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Good question.

America leads the world’s discourse. America’s elites decided during the ongoing Great Awokening (c. 2013-?) that it is crucial to finally give voice to the voiceless, such as blacks and women, to find out what all the great ideas they must have dreamt up in their years of being silenced and marginalized since 1619.

In practice, this has meant mostly handing over more and more control of the media to black female college grads.

And it turns out that what they most want to talk about is their hair, that and why its racist for you not to pay attention to them while they talk about their hair.

This American fad has now spread in the media globally:

 
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  1. Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.

    • Replies: @reactionry
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "Cause, I'm not paying attention to them."

    You might not be interested in Blacks, but Blacks are interested in you (and the equity in your home and pension).
    - Leon Kendi

    Also see: Who? Whom? It's Thulsa Doom!
    See also: Death of a Black CRT Salesman - Attention must be paid - and paid and paid...

    , @AnotherDad
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.
     
    Uh ... no.

    Both the reason for and problem with minoritarianism: We don't get to say "no" and they won't stop bothering us.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @AceDeuce
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.
     
    Does cancer?
    , @AndrewR
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ignoring bad behavior might work with a small child. With systemic demonism, it is a foolish response.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @OilcanFloyd
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.
     
    They go away if they aren't propped up and trotted out in front of everybody.
  2. Anonymous[771] • Disclaimer says:

    That’s from September 2019. I haven’t heard anything else from them since then so I guess that they must have solved racism.

  3. Black Finn? Sounds like the name of some London gangster of the 19th century.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Daniel H

    "Black Finn" sounds like a drink you'll get at the frat house, Dan. Mix 4 oz. of Kahlua, 4 oz. of vodka, and 2 oz of Blacktip Shark liqueur. If not strong enough, add 8 oz. Everclear. If too strong, ask Lagertha for help.

    Replies: @reactionry

  4. Of course, it is more than hair, and it’s not recent. Blacks have entered global consciousness somewhere around civil rights movement, MLK and Pele.

    Then, with decolonization & Lumumba, but it quickly subsided.

    The last phase is with NBA & Obama & Floyd.

    So, it’s generally influence of the US media & culture. Perhaps someone cares about, say, the Caribbean and Brazil, while nobody cares about Africa.

    It is the US negromania from the 50s/60s on.

    • Agree: Pheasant
    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I think it started in The Jazz Age. The Depression and WW2 were a diversion.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

  5. Totally off topic, I have discovered my new favorite protein: IQGAP1

    NB, it has nothing to do with the IQ gap, but still….

  6. > Black Finns

    Goddammit. I want my Finns very nonblack and without curly hair. FFS, there is a whole continent for you blacks. Can’t you let Finns be Finns?

    It’s like everyone’s getting the Coof. Everyone gets the Blacks.

    Yeah yeah I know reverse colonialism etc. Lots of potential etc.

    Well, you had 5000 years of being Kangz after construction of the Pyramids and nothing came of it. What’s going on down there? Eh?

  7. I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @WJ


    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .
     
    Maybe Vanessa Williams is an outlier? Atypical? (Just a thought.)

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    , @Cato
    @WJ


    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .
     
    Well, you must be quite a stud, if you find these women below your level. Please post your picture, so that we can admire you appropriately.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  8. Scott Sumner tried to figure out why the rest of the world was following the U.S media’s lead here:
    https://www.econlib.org/african-american-lives-matter/
    But there he (implicitly) argues that non-American blacks aren’t so significant to the rest of the world.

  9. I knew a guy who had a ’57 Chevy with black finns.

  10. The world is not actually fascinated by blacks, and blacks are not actually trying any harder than usual to get the world to pay attention (they are doing their normal LOOK! LOOK! LOOK AT ME! blacketty stuff, but not any more than usual.)

    What is actually happening, of course, is that our Best Friends Forever are sweating bullets to try and get everyone to look at ANYTHING, ANYTHING AT ALL, except at what they are doing.

    If you had this many fingers in this many pies, you’d want somebody looking somewhere else too.

    • Agree: photondancer
  11. @Achmed E. Newman
    Do they go away if you don't pay attention to them? Cause, I'm not paying attention to them.

    Replies: @reactionry, @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @OilcanFloyd

    “Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.”

    You might not be interested in Blacks, but Blacks are interested in you (and the equity in your home and pension).
    – Leon Kendi

    Also see: Who? Whom? It’s Thulsa Doom!
    See also: Death of a Black CRT Salesman – Attention must be paid – and paid and paid…

    • Agree: bomag
  12. Supposedly, back in the day, a lot of “blackface” was a show of rich white people’s fascination with and attraction to black people rather than a mockery. Talk amongst yourselves.

    • Replies: @aj54
    @JimDandy

    No, it was mockery

  13. It’s definitely not the world’s thing. I can’t say for sure any very substantial portion of mankind is Negrophilic, let alone suffering from such Negromania as you’d think would be necessary to sustain our culture’s apparent perverse obsession with them.

    The sort of people who get carried away by Blackness and Black subculture (such as it is) are what we used to call “wiggers” when I was a kid. I.e. not the sort of people making any real decisions over what’s thought, felt, or consumed by a whole nation.

    The sort of people actually choosing what goes on tv, what sort of music or clothing styles are “in,” who gets elected to office, etc. all across the West are not I don’t think in fact obsessed with blacks.

    These people don’t live near blacks. They don’t watch their tv or movies or listen to their music. They don’t live where black politicians rule. No.

    Even if they’re academics who spend their whole lives talking about blackness, they don’t have to actually know anything about real black people. Blackness is just a thing you use to have your way.

    It’s a lever for power and influence in all fields. Part of which is to let flesh-and-blood blacks in on power and influence. Just, you know, not too much.

    Listen to the blacks allowed their own expanding turf in white culture, and hear them talk about the most inane things imaginable. Just like white people in charge of our culture. Except they have certain novel biological interests. Like wooly hair.

    White people who make up things to say about black people probably wouldn’t have come up with Afro-hair-touch-mania. Among other reasons because it doesn’t mean anything to anyone who isn’t a paranoid black female.

    Sounds like a stereotype invented in an old minstrel show.

    Real obsession with blackness would mean being obsessed with this sort of thing. Fear of the White Hand Descending upon ‘Fro.

    It is with a full heart I say very nearly zero people besides black females give a crap.

    • Replies: @Element59
    @guest


    The sort of people who get carried away by Blackness and Black subculture (such as it is) are what we used to call “wiggers” when I was a kid. I.e. not the sort of people making any real decisions over what’s thought, felt, or consumed by a whole nation.
     
    Today it appears to be mostly woke white girls given journalistic platform in our once-esteemed institutions such as the NYT who are putting out this Blackness fascination stuff for consumption by a whole nation. A legion of woke Hannahs, Sarahs, Amys, Jennys, emanating from elite journalism mills like Columbia. They are almost always accompanied by a non-white female co-author to lend the said white girl her "cred" on the issue.
  14. Finnish IQ dropped a couple of standard deviations in that picture.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Bubba

    Well, wait, are we counting Lagertha?

    Just kidding, Lagertha - long time no read.

  15. Long negro hair is a part time job (like 10 hours a week) to manage. The only hairstyle which is long and low maintenance is dreads which can be smelled from six feet off. If you get an airplane seat behind a dreadlocked person beg the stewardess for another seat. Or the steward even. Non sex specified flight attendant.

  16. How many of them are the spawn of that African who infected a dozen or so local women with HIV in the ’90s? Subscribers to the old paper American Renaissance know who I am talking about.

    I once made a joke with the literal Finnish for “black people”, mustalaiset, and was immediately informed that that was their word for Gypsies.

    At least it was in 1985. Who knows what they call either people today?

    Tämä artikkeli käsittelee Suomen kielen romania* tarkoittavaa sanaa. Rautatieteknistä termiä käsittelee artikkeli Mustalainen (rautatieliikenne).
    Mustalainen on suomen kielen sana, jota on aikaisemmin käytetty Suomessa yleisenä nimityksenä romaneista, mutta jota nykyään pidetään usein halventavana.

    This article deals with the Finnish word for Romanian* [sic; they mean “Romany”]. The railway technical term is discussed in the article Gypsy (railway traffic).
    Gypsy is a Finnish word that was previously used in Finland as a common name for the Roma, but is now considered derogatory/contemptuous.**

    https://fi.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustalainen

    *Google Translate doesn’t understand the partitive case any better than I did
    **And can give you slightly different results in a back-and-forth. English is partly to blame for that, with our synonyms galore.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    @Reg Cæsar

    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns gad with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  17. @Bubba
    Finnish IQ dropped a couple of standard deviations in that picture.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Well, wait, are we counting Lagertha?

    Just kidding, Lagertha – long time no read.

    • LOL: Bubba
  18. Sounds like a kind of tuna. I’d speculate that the fascination is a result of them being so much different. People can’t relate and are trying to figure them out.

  19. What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Citizen of a Silly Country


    What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?
     
    They're an endless source of weaponry against Whites?
    , @OilcanFloyd
    @Citizen of a Silly Country


    What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

     

    Steve knows better. I don't know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else. You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence. It's obviously worse to ignore than to go overboard.

    The only whites who are fascinated with blacks are pretending to do so because they know which way the winds are blowing. Otherwise, nobody cares about blacks. There's nothing interesting or appealing about them, and they hold no real power.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  20. @Daniel H
    Black Finn? Sounds like the name of some London gangster of the 19th century.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    “Black Finn” sounds like a drink you’ll get at the frat house, Dan. Mix 4 oz. of Kahlua, 4 oz. of vodka, and 2 oz of Blacktip Shark liqueur. If not strong enough, add 8 oz. Everclear. If too strong, ask Lagertha for help.

    • LOL: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @reactionry
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "Black Finn"

    An essential ingredient of a classic Mickey [as in a "Mick"?]Finn was chloral hydrate aka "knockout drops."

    Also see very old Boomer Yuks:
    "Blacks are smoked Irishmen"
    "NAACP stands for '[N-Words] Are Actually Colored Polacks' "

    Nope, can't recall any Dumb Swede, Sven, Ole or Lena jokes, but they're out there - and so is the movie, "Fargo."
    John Derbyshire has recounted the definition of a Finnish Extrovert: Someone who stares at your shoes.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  21. Not me, I find Blacks for the most part some of the least interesting people on the planet. They are very childlike actually, bi-polar mood swings that go from laughing one second to surly the next. Anyone who is fascinated by Blacks obviously has never had to be around them and perhaps they view them as exotic pets.

    • Agree: AceDeuce, Kylie, Bubba
    • Replies: @klesko
    @Trinity

    blacks were interesting in high school/college. now it’s 30 years later and i can’t believe i still have to listen to them

    it’s like being forced to listen to that mmbop song for decades

  22. @Achmed E. Newman
    Do they go away if you don't pay attention to them? Cause, I'm not paying attention to them.

    Replies: @reactionry, @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @OilcanFloyd

    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.

    Uh … no.

    Both the reason for and problem with minoritarianism: We don’t get to say “no” and they won’t stop bothering us.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @AnotherDad

    AD, I was referring more to the cultural stuff, like the hair-care BS, Disney, TV shows, stupid-assed tweets, etc. One can ignore that, and the more people do, the more it doesn't matter.

    No doubt though, on the Equity Redistribution stuff and, OF COURSE, the population replacement process, no, we can't ignore that. I would agree that the latter is Minoritarianism, but the former is flat out Communism. No way around that. They are here NOW, AnotherDad.

  23. @WJ
    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That's an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Cato

    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .

    Maybe Vanessa Williams is an outlier? Atypical? (Just a thought.)

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @AnotherDad

    Mix a pint of ice cream and a pint of shit and see what you get.

  24. Black Finns are probably outnumbered 10 to 1 by Trans Finns but they have worse hair.

    My only fascination with Finnish black people is how did one become Miss Helsink in 2017.

    • Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk
    @mc23

    That really ugly gal?

    Replies: @mc23

  25. It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world’s problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Agathoklis

    Well-said.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    , @AnotherDad
    @Agathoklis


    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.
     
    Yep. Hate to admit it, but it would have been much, much better for the world if in 1945 the US, the Soviets, the Chicoms, the British and French could have all been quarantined by the rest of the world. All empires over and everyone else allowed to go about it's business.

    But weirdly--didn't seem this way when i was a kid--it's my own America that's done the most damage. Including to itself.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @TomSchmidt

    , @Wade Hampton
    @Agathoklis

    The elements of American culture that foreigners experience are generated by the NY/LA/Silicon Valley globalist elites, e.g. progressivism, globalism, rap music, critical race theory, the tech monopolists, movies based on cartoons, negrolatry, vaccine-theology, etc.

    I'm an American who lives outside the globalist elite bubble. I find American globalist elites as individuals wholly contemptible and would like them to keep their cultural excretions within their own zipcodes.

    , @Altai
    @Agathoklis

    It's also notable that in the fields of sociology and psychology, the academic background music to SJWism, US domination is enormous. A similar state of affairs does not exist in any other major academic field where Europe often has much higher per capita publishing and hosts plenty of important journals.

    And what the US does produce in these fields is solidly 'culture of critique' content.

    The diffusion of these ideas pulsates through the Anglosphere first and the pseudo-Anglosphere with Scandinavia (Given the near 100% fluency in English everyone there has) and gradually through the rest of the West and near-West.

    This process has intensified through social media. If you're an English language user of social media, the US dominates trending. One thing I noticed was that the 'Fallist' protests in South Africa seemed to be inspired through social media by the mini campus freakouts in the US in late 2014 that seemed to kick off the current era of woke protest IRL.

    The English football team won't ever stop taking a knee. Why? Initially because of a black man died in America and now they just claim 'racism'.

    Social media has accelerated the speed of this process both inside the US (Through increasingly radical rhetoric ratcheting as each new premise and term is assimilated) and outside as ideas that would usually have to go through an academic intermediate are taken up by virtue-signalling young women with cluster B personality traits. The biggest shift in the political debate of the US and West has been social media and it's uptake by women.

    It is interesting though that transgenderism hasn't been taken to heart in Europe in the same way as the US. People mostly shrug and wish them well but it's never so in your face. And in many countries public health authorities (As opposed to America's entirely private medical system) have expressed concern about the explosion of young girls being sent for surgery and hormone treatment. I wonder if America hasn't become too much a hodge-podge of people where a connection to reality has been severed in some key way.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Agathoklis


    ...but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.
     
    How do we manage that? I already refuse to purchase them here? I can't stopthe French and the Fukienese from consuming them.

    Any advice on how to get the Parisians to remove our most destructive presidents' names from their thoroughfares?



    http://plug-inn.fr/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Avenue_du_Pr%C3%A9sident-Wilson_Paris_16-1024x683.jpg

    http://plug-inn.fr/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Avenue_Franklin_Roosevelt_Paris_8-1024x683.jpg

    http://plug-inn.fr/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Plaque_avenue_Pr%C3%A9sident_Kennedy_Paris_1-1024x683.jpg
    , @Mr Mox
    @Agathoklis

    My dad used to say (and this was back in the seventies) that most USA fads would come our way within a decade. Well, thanks to the internet, the buffer is no longer a decade, more likely a couple of days.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Agathoklis


    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.
     
    Don't buy 'em, then.

    It's one thing to criticize the US for being protectionist when it comes to foreign movies, it's another to criticize your own folks for consuming US trash.

    Anyway, I don't think this is true.

    Video games dwarf movies in revenue (and those comic book "tentpole" franchises are just video games on film anyway). Japan produces the largest share of video games, so I gather.

    The Brits are FAR worse than the US in terms of promoting blacks. They were the ones who pioneered the horrible "colorblind" casting, which is really color-conscious gaslighting.

    https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/1200x675/p03t4f5n.jpg
    , @SafeNow
    @Agathoklis

    “I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.”

    I agree with the keep-within-borders part. (Except — a quibble — there is actually no border). But the part about really liking Americans as individuals - - WHICH Americans? Where are they from? Please tell me, so I can move there. (I am a deplorable, in California.)

  26. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    Well-said.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Steve Sailer


    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy.
     
    Have you or Agathoklis spent a great deal of time outside the US? If so, you'd be aware of the predominance of BBC World Service in the airwaves. If you're an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it's there on TV, or the radio.

    And they haven't picked up American rubbish: the upper class British who run that outfit pioneered the worst of the PC abominations.

    Replies: @anon

  27. by Naima Mohamud

    Naima means “to be contented” in Arabic. In Finnish, it means “to marry”. Hmm…

    Mohamud appears to be the Somali form of Mahmoud. This is closely related to Mohammed (same consonants), but is a separate name. There is even a rocket scientist with it: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salim_Mehmud

  28. I’m surprised you didn’t blog about Macron giving Jesse Jackson France’s highest civilian award.

    Imagine the French, who ran an assassination program in the 1950s targeting black African leaders fighting French colonial forces, talking about how Rosa Parks was so brave for refusing to get off that bus. But, that’s Europe.

  29. @Achmed E. Newman
    Do they go away if you don't pay attention to them? Cause, I'm not paying attention to them.

    Replies: @reactionry, @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @OilcanFloyd

    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.

    Does cancer?

  30. Original question: World’s fascination with negroes.

    I think they’re still trying to deny reality. The pastime of being oh so superior to middle class whites is too dear to give up on just yet.

  31. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Yep. Hate to admit it, but it would have been much, much better for the world if in 1945 the US, the Soviets, the Chicoms, the British and French could have all been quarantined by the rest of the world. All empires over and everyone else allowed to go about it’s business.

    But weirdly–didn’t seem this way when i was a kid–it’s my own America that’s done the most damage. Including to itself.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @AnotherDad

    Nah, it wasn't doing the damage when you were a kid, nor when I was.

    , @TomSchmidt
    @AnotherDad

    Yes, agree. I think until 1989 there was a case for America as a bulwark against the Soviets. Even before then we were killing brown people all over the planet. But I've come to see the USA since the end of the Soviet Union(when we lost our last rival that could meaningfully oppose us) as an unbridled destroyer, and it started with the Gulf War in 1990 when we first induced Saddam to invade and then double-crossed him. I was gung ho for that war until the aftermath in 1991, when Bush I encouraged the marsh Arabs and Kurds to revolt and then let them get cut to pieces by Saddam's Air Force and helicopters.

    Since 1990, we have indeed done the most damage. Our elites used the unchallenged power first to destroy the world, and now they're not hesitating to use the police state on us, as well.

    This only ends when they lose the ability to print dollars to pay for the military industrial complex.

    Replies: @Art Deco

  32. I don’t believe there is an world wide fascination with blacks. (They haven’t accomplished much of anything, aren’t very interesting and aren’t attractive. Sorry … but truth.)

    Blacks are simply the hammer that’s been used to try and delegitimize the accomplishments of (esp. American) white gentiles. So they’ve been raised to the status of deity and we must hear about them endlessly.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @AnotherDad

    That's it exactly. Of all the people to care about, they should be near or at the bottom. But due to the obsession by our twisted rulers to invert reality and attack and downgrade the productive achievers, this group must be celebrated and coddled, while the achievers are dismissed as "privileged". Not sure what the end game is; Idiocracy Planet?

  33. @mc23
    Black Finns are probably outnumbered 10 to 1 by Trans Finns but they have worse hair.


    My only fascination with Finnish black people is how did one become Miss Helsink in 2017.

    Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk

    That really ugly gal?

    • Replies: @mc23
    @Gaspar DeLaFunk

    She might be good looking for a Nigerian.

  34. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    The elements of American culture that foreigners experience are generated by the NY/LA/Silicon Valley globalist elites, e.g. progressivism, globalism, rap music, critical race theory, the tech monopolists, movies based on cartoons, negrolatry, vaccine-theology, etc.

    I’m an American who lives outside the globalist elite bubble. I find American globalist elites as individuals wholly contemptible and would like them to keep their cultural excretions within their own zipcodes.

  35. Anon[266] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad
    I don't believe there is an world wide fascination with blacks. (They haven't accomplished much of anything, aren't very interesting and aren't attractive. Sorry ... but truth.)

    Blacks are simply the hammer that's been used to try and delegitimize the accomplishments of (esp. American) white gentiles. So they've been raised to the status of deity and we must hear about them endlessly.

    Replies: @Anon

    That’s it exactly. Of all the people to care about, they should be near or at the bottom. But due to the obsession by our twisted rulers to invert reality and attack and downgrade the productive achievers, this group must be celebrated and coddled, while the achievers are dismissed as “privileged”. Not sure what the end game is; Idiocracy Planet?

  36. Y’know, there’s a lot of semi-honest talk about “black” hair. Chris Rock’s “Good Hair” was OK, but it left out a salient point: frizzy hair is ugly.

    That is all.

  37. @Bardon Kaldian
    Of course, it is more than hair, and it's not recent. Blacks have entered global consciousness somewhere around civil rights movement, MLK and Pele.

    Then, with decolonization & Lumumba, but it quickly subsided.

    The last phase is with NBA & Obama & Floyd.

    So, it's generally influence of the US media & culture. Perhaps someone cares about, say, the Caribbean and Brazil, while nobody cares about Africa.

    It is the US negromania from the 50s/60s on.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    I think it started in The Jazz Age. The Depression and WW2 were a diversion.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @Paperback Writer

    True, but it was more a cultural influence. Jazz has become, very early, a "whitened music", as shown by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller etc.

    I don't care too much about jazz, but an acquaintance, who is into it, told me years ago: I don't listen to black jazz, only white. This was not a "racialist" statement, just a matter-of-fact preference.

    Negromania has some "intersectionality" with jazz, but blacks entered white consciousness as a significant group gradually, and I think it was MLK & company who did it, both in the US & globally. With jazz, it was more like "Huh, blacks can do some interesting stuff, who would have thought?"

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Paperback Writer, @guest

  38. @Steve Sailer
    @Agathoklis

    Well-said.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy.

    Have you or Agathoklis spent a great deal of time outside the US? If so, you’d be aware of the predominance of BBC World Service in the airwaves. If you’re an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it’s there on TV, or the radio.

    And they haven’t picked up American rubbish: the upper class British who run that outfit pioneered the worst of the PC abominations.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Paperback Writer

    If you’re an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it’s there on TV, or the radio

    Or streaming on the Interwebs. Last time I was out of CONUS that's where I got info. Televisors are things to be looked at in train stations for schedule info. Radio? What's that?

    Dude. It's not the 1970's anymore.

    Replies: @Forbes

  39. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    It’s also notable that in the fields of sociology and psychology, the academic background music to SJWism, US domination is enormous. A similar state of affairs does not exist in any other major academic field where Europe often has much higher per capita publishing and hosts plenty of important journals.

    And what the US does produce in these fields is solidly ‘culture of critique’ content.

    The diffusion of these ideas pulsates through the Anglosphere first and the pseudo-Anglosphere with Scandinavia (Given the near 100% fluency in English everyone there has) and gradually through the rest of the West and near-West.

    This process has intensified through social media. If you’re an English language user of social media, the US dominates trending. One thing I noticed was that the ‘Fallist’ protests in South Africa seemed to be inspired through social media by the mini campus freakouts in the US in late 2014 that seemed to kick off the current era of woke protest IRL.

    The English football team won’t ever stop taking a knee. Why? Initially because of a black man died in America and now they just claim ‘racism’.

    Social media has accelerated the speed of this process both inside the US (Through increasingly radical rhetoric ratcheting as each new premise and term is assimilated) and outside as ideas that would usually have to go through an academic intermediate are taken up by virtue-signalling young women with cluster B personality traits. The biggest shift in the political debate of the US and West has been social media and it’s uptake by women.

    It is interesting though that transgenderism hasn’t been taken to heart in Europe in the same way as the US. People mostly shrug and wish them well but it’s never so in your face. And in many countries public health authorities (As opposed to America’s entirely private medical system) have expressed concern about the explosion of young girls being sent for surgery and hormone treatment. I wonder if America hasn’t become too much a hodge-podge of people where a connection to reality has been severed in some key way.

    • Agree: mc23
  40. Would you rather hear about Climate Change?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Ralph L

    No fair! You've boxed me into a corner with that one, Ralph.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Ralph L


    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?
     
    Yes.

    There's lots of b.s. and nonsense--and the usual lying we always get from the acolytes of the super-state, in order to suck up more power.

    But at least it's an interesting topic.

    -- The world has been getting warmer since the Little Ice Age. How much has our fossil fuel boom juiced it?

    -- Overall biological life on earth has removed CO2 from the atmosphere. Perhaps driving the onset of the ice ages (which suck). We aren't back to levels before the ice ages, but we're back to maybe a million years ago.

    -- CO2 is required for plant life, and more is better. Is there an optimum level for climate/plants. Can we keep enough C02 in the atmosphere to avoid the eventual extinction of life?

    -- Our interglacial is long in the tooth. Is there a reason--orbital cycles, etc.--why it should keep on trucking or should we expect it's end? If so have our CO2 emissions helped keep it going? Are they enough? How would be regulate this long term (admittedly not an immediate problem).

    Those are ones that pop for me this moment. Climate, at least, is actually interesting and we're still in the feeling our way in the dark. What we want is to stay in this inter-glacial--the sweet spot. (Though there are days in the current year when i'm so sick of hearing about blacks, trannies, open borderism and other minoritarian shit, that i start thinking "Please Lord, another ice age ASAP.")

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Ralph L

  41. @Gaspar DeLaFunk
    @mc23

    That really ugly gal?

    Replies: @mc23

    She might be good looking for a Nigerian.

  42. The world is being psyche-prepped for a billion African refugees by media. No, you can’t refuse.

  43. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    …but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    How do we manage that? I already refuse to purchase them here? I can’t stopthe French and the Fukienese from consuming them.

    Any advice on how to get the Parisians to remove our most destructive presidents’ names from their thoroughfares?

    [MORE]

  44. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Daniel H

    "Black Finn" sounds like a drink you'll get at the frat house, Dan. Mix 4 oz. of Kahlua, 4 oz. of vodka, and 2 oz of Blacktip Shark liqueur. If not strong enough, add 8 oz. Everclear. If too strong, ask Lagertha for help.

    Replies: @reactionry

    “Black Finn”

    An essential ingredient of a classic Mickey [as in a “Mick”?]Finn was chloral hydrate aka “knockout drops.”

    Also see very old Boomer Yuks:
    “Blacks are smoked Irishmen”
    “NAACP stands for ‘[N-Words] Are Actually Colored Polacks’ ”

    Nope, can’t recall any Dumb Swede, Sven, Ole or Lena jokes, but they’re out there – and so is the movie, “Fargo.”
    John Derbyshire has recounted the definition of a Finnish Extrovert: Someone who stares at your shoes.

    • LOL: Pheasant
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @reactionry

    Ole and Lena jokes are pretty good.

    Replies: @slumber_j

  45. @WJ
    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That's an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Cato

    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .

    Well, you must be quite a stud, if you find these women below your level. Please post your picture, so that we can admire you appropriately.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Cato

    Being more attractive than five females who are all below average in attractiveness is hardly an accomplishment

  46. @AnotherDad
    @Agathoklis


    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.
     
    Yep. Hate to admit it, but it would have been much, much better for the world if in 1945 the US, the Soviets, the Chicoms, the British and French could have all been quarantined by the rest of the world. All empires over and everyone else allowed to go about it's business.

    But weirdly--didn't seem this way when i was a kid--it's my own America that's done the most damage. Including to itself.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @TomSchmidt

    Nah, it wasn’t doing the damage when you were a kid, nor when I was.

  47. @Ralph L
    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @AnotherDad

    No fair! You’ve boxed me into a corner with that one, Ralph.

  48. anon[405] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paperback Writer
    @Steve Sailer


    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy.
     
    Have you or Agathoklis spent a great deal of time outside the US? If so, you'd be aware of the predominance of BBC World Service in the airwaves. If you're an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it's there on TV, or the radio.

    And they haven't picked up American rubbish: the upper class British who run that outfit pioneered the worst of the PC abominations.

    Replies: @anon

    If you’re an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it’s there on TV, or the radio

    Or streaming on the Interwebs. Last time I was out of CONUS that’s where I got info. Televisors are things to be looked at in train stations for schedule info. Radio? What’s that?

    Dude. It’s not the 1970’s anymore.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @anon

    Yeah--CNN and Fox news are available everywhere (nearly). Even the local/national broadcasters mimic American cable-style news.

  49. The “world” in question is the (very large) zone of American political and cultural domination.
    Russia, China, India, much of South East Asia and Latin America don’t show such obsequiousness towards blacks and their lived (or imagined) experiences.

  50. african women in particular are the least interesting people in the world. and extremely annoying to be around. a few brothers are interesting. but not any of the women. anybody who went thru public school with them knows this to be a fact.

    there’s that blogger, Pumpkin Person, who does a lot of interesting work on intelligence research, but has this ludicrous, hilarious obsession with Oprah Winfrey, yet probably couldn’t name a single other african woman. i’m under the assumption PP is a canadian with zero real world experience with africans.

  51. @reactionry
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "Black Finn"

    An essential ingredient of a classic Mickey [as in a "Mick"?]Finn was chloral hydrate aka "knockout drops."

    Also see very old Boomer Yuks:
    "Blacks are smoked Irishmen"
    "NAACP stands for '[N-Words] Are Actually Colored Polacks' "

    Nope, can't recall any Dumb Swede, Sven, Ole or Lena jokes, but they're out there - and so is the movie, "Fargo."
    John Derbyshire has recounted the definition of a Finnish Extrovert: Someone who stares at your shoes.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Ole and Lena jokes are pretty good.

    • Replies: @slumber_j
    @Steve Sailer


    Ole and Lena jokes are pretty good.
     
    My Irish-American grandfather (b. 1896, St. Paul MN) had a ton of Swede jokes. I don't remember most of them, but a lot involved getting one's digits cut off down at the sawmill.
  52. When the absolute ONLY thing that makes you distinct (besides your crime rate, illegitimate children, or welfare) is your hair, you go with your strength. The Hair it is.

  53. @Ralph L
    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @AnotherDad

    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?

    Yes.

    There’s lots of b.s. and nonsense–and the usual lying we always get from the acolytes of the super-state, in order to suck up more power.

    But at least it’s an interesting topic.

    — The world has been getting warmer since the Little Ice Age. How much has our fossil fuel boom juiced it?

    — Overall biological life on earth has removed CO2 from the atmosphere. Perhaps driving the onset of the ice ages (which suck). We aren’t back to levels before the ice ages, but we’re back to maybe a million years ago.

    — CO2 is required for plant life, and more is better. Is there an optimum level for climate/plants. Can we keep enough C02 in the atmosphere to avoid the eventual extinction of life?

    — Our interglacial is long in the tooth. Is there a reason–orbital cycles, etc.–why it should keep on trucking or should we expect it’s end? If so have our CO2 emissions helped keep it going? Are they enough? How would be regulate this long term (admittedly not an immediate problem).

    Those are ones that pop for me this moment. Climate, at least, is actually interesting and we’re still in the feeling our way in the dark. What we want is to stay in this inter-glacial–the sweet spot. (Though there are days in the current year when i’m so sick of hearing about blacks, trannies, open borderism and other minoritarian shit, that i start thinking “Please Lord, another ice age ASAP.”)

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @AnotherDad

    It's fine to DISCUSS the climate. All that's indeed interesting, were it just an academic matter. It's not been. You know better, AnotherDad.

    This whole Global Climate Disruption™ movement has been about shutting down industries and redistributing wealth. Did you ever note that China, the biggest polluter there is, never gets the constraints during those climate accords?

    How the climate changes is not an immediate problem. It ought to be confined to the Departments of Climatology at universities and not on the agenda for political discussion, protests (WTF?!), and legislation.

    When they talk about the climate, they are talking about ruining your country and taking your money, AD. No, I absolutely DO NOT want to hear about it*. Ralph makes a good point.

    .

    * That is, except in a Climate/Weather 2-semester series of classes, which I did take and enjoyed. This was before the Global Climate Stupidity came on strong, though. BTW, the dumbest people in the class were ... dah dah... 2 Education Major ladies. It was a graduate level class, and by the end, they still confused evaporation with condensation. They got B's. They are teaching kids now.

    , @Ralph L
    @AnotherDad

    But the science is settled!
    All you'll be allowed to discuss is how to fix it.

  54. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    My dad used to say (and this was back in the seventies) that most USA fads would come our way within a decade. Well, thanks to the internet, the buffer is no longer a decade, more likely a couple of days.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Mr Mox

    Most American fads are British in origin.

  55. What’s up with the iSteve fascination with black people?

    • Replies: @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms
    @anon

    Blacks are righteously accomplished in music and sports and should not be denied credit. They also have naturally ebullient personas which not only leads to scoring with chicks, but also low rates of depression and suicide. On this both whites and orientals can take a page.

    I personally take little enjoyment as 3rd party to this acrimony. There was a time when things between whitey and negroes were contentious but still lighthearted, buddy action movies like this one and Lethal Weapon are almost a dead genre
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDnvXAkMnx8

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

  56. @Achmed E. Newman
    Do they go away if you don't pay attention to them? Cause, I'm not paying attention to them.

    Replies: @reactionry, @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @OilcanFloyd

    Ignoring bad behavior might work with a small child. With systemic demonism, it is a foolish response.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @AndrewR

    See my reply to AnotherDad, Andrew. The cultural part of this is akin to the behavior of small children.

  57. @Cato
    @WJ


    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .
     
    Well, you must be quite a stud, if you find these women below your level. Please post your picture, so that we can admire you appropriately.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Being more attractive than five females who are all below average in attractiveness is hardly an accomplishment

    • Agree: Forbes
  58. @Paperback Writer
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I think it started in The Jazz Age. The Depression and WW2 were a diversion.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

    True, but it was more a cultural influence. Jazz has become, very early, a “whitened music”, as shown by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller etc.

    I don’t care too much about jazz, but an acquaintance, who is into it, told me years ago: I don’t listen to black jazz, only white. This was not a “racialist” statement, just a matter-of-fact preference.

    Negromania has some “intersectionality” with jazz, but blacks entered white consciousness as a significant group gradually, and I think it was MLK & company who did it, both in the US & globally. With jazz, it was more like “Huh, blacks can do some interesting stuff, who would have thought?”

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Bertie Wooster was obsessed with playing black banjo jazz in the 1920s, much to Jeeves' distress.

    P.G. Wodehouse spent many years in America writing for Broadway shows in the 1910s and thus Bertie Wooster's vocabulary in the 1920s is quite American-influenced and thus black-influenced.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Jazz became "whitened" earlier than Goodman, see: Beiderbecke.

    Altogether you're totally missing the massive cultural impact of "The Jazz Age."

    The 60s were basically a back on track after the US was pulled to earth by the realities of war and depression.

    And Louis Armstrong got a front-page NY Times Obit and a Presidential eulogy when he died. His pallbearers included Sinatra and Crosby.

    , @guest
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Jazz like rock and roll went white pretty fast. Certainly along with it being the dominant mass popular musical form. That would hardly be the case in a white country without white (and Jewish) people having enough interest in it to write and perform it themselves.

    There were distinct phases, divided by when and whether it was for the masses or not.

    Phase one is Jazz as black music. Then it was “street” music. Party and sex music. Vulgar and low and dirty music. (The term “jazz” derived from slang for jism.)

    This phase was for black people. It lasted from the 1890s or the turn of the century to the 1920s. Depending upon how you define when Jazz-proper began. (It can be as difficult separating it from its forerunners as it is separating rock from country, blues, and r&b.)

    Then in Phase Two, it became widely popular and consumed by people at all social levels. Not the most esteemed music, though more esteemed over in Europe. This lasted from then 1920s until the 1950s, more or less. Though the prime form goes until WWII.

    Phase Three is the kind of Jazz music that lost touch with a popular audience. I don’t want to say it wasn’t popular at all, but it did mark the decline of Jazz as the dominant musical genre.

    This we might call Academic Jazz. It is still played by blacks, but I don’t think it’s very popular amongst them. It started post-1945 and continues to this day.

    Replies: @Ian Smith

  59. @Bardon Kaldian
    @Paperback Writer

    True, but it was more a cultural influence. Jazz has become, very early, a "whitened music", as shown by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller etc.

    I don't care too much about jazz, but an acquaintance, who is into it, told me years ago: I don't listen to black jazz, only white. This was not a "racialist" statement, just a matter-of-fact preference.

    Negromania has some "intersectionality" with jazz, but blacks entered white consciousness as a significant group gradually, and I think it was MLK & company who did it, both in the US & globally. With jazz, it was more like "Huh, blacks can do some interesting stuff, who would have thought?"

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Paperback Writer, @guest

    Bertie Wooster was obsessed with playing black banjo jazz in the 1920s, much to Jeeves’ distress.

    P.G. Wodehouse spent many years in America writing for Broadway shows in the 1910s and thus Bertie Wooster’s vocabulary in the 1920s is quite American-influenced and thus black-influenced.

    • Thanks: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Steve Sailer

    If you like Bertie Wooster, YouTube has an entire British TV series of Bertie Wooster starring Hugh Laurie Dr House.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  60. Black Finns sounds like a ‘50s theatre musical or ‘70s movie musical gang.

  61. @AnotherDad
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.
     
    Uh ... no.

    Both the reason for and problem with minoritarianism: We don't get to say "no" and they won't stop bothering us.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    AD, I was referring more to the cultural stuff, like the hair-care BS, Disney, TV shows, stupid-assed tweets, etc. One can ignore that, and the more people do, the more it doesn’t matter.

    No doubt though, on the Equity Redistribution stuff and, OF COURSE, the population replacement process, no, we can’t ignore that. I would agree that the latter is Minoritarianism, but the former is flat out Communism. No way around that. They are here NOW, AnotherDad.

  62. @Trinity
    Not me, I find Blacks for the most part some of the least interesting people on the planet. They are very childlike actually, bi-polar mood swings that go from laughing one second to surly the next. Anyone who is fascinated by Blacks obviously has never had to be around them and perhaps they view them as exotic pets.

    Replies: @klesko

    blacks were interesting in high school/college. now it’s 30 years later and i can’t believe i still have to listen to them

    it’s like being forced to listen to that mmbop song for decades

  63. @AnotherDad
    @Ralph L


    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?
     
    Yes.

    There's lots of b.s. and nonsense--and the usual lying we always get from the acolytes of the super-state, in order to suck up more power.

    But at least it's an interesting topic.

    -- The world has been getting warmer since the Little Ice Age. How much has our fossil fuel boom juiced it?

    -- Overall biological life on earth has removed CO2 from the atmosphere. Perhaps driving the onset of the ice ages (which suck). We aren't back to levels before the ice ages, but we're back to maybe a million years ago.

    -- CO2 is required for plant life, and more is better. Is there an optimum level for climate/plants. Can we keep enough C02 in the atmosphere to avoid the eventual extinction of life?

    -- Our interglacial is long in the tooth. Is there a reason--orbital cycles, etc.--why it should keep on trucking or should we expect it's end? If so have our CO2 emissions helped keep it going? Are they enough? How would be regulate this long term (admittedly not an immediate problem).

    Those are ones that pop for me this moment. Climate, at least, is actually interesting and we're still in the feeling our way in the dark. What we want is to stay in this inter-glacial--the sweet spot. (Though there are days in the current year when i'm so sick of hearing about blacks, trannies, open borderism and other minoritarian shit, that i start thinking "Please Lord, another ice age ASAP.")

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Ralph L

    It’s fine to DISCUSS the climate. All that’s indeed interesting, were it just an academic matter. It’s not been. You know better, AnotherDad.

    This whole Global Climate Disruption™ movement has been about shutting down industries and redistributing wealth. Did you ever note that China, the biggest polluter there is, never gets the constraints during those climate accords?

    How the climate changes is not an immediate problem. It ought to be confined to the Departments of Climatology at universities and not on the agenda for political discussion, protests (WTF?!), and legislation.

    When they talk about the climate, they are talking about ruining your country and taking your money, AD. No, I absolutely DO NOT want to hear about it*. Ralph makes a good point.

    .

    * That is, except in a Climate/Weather 2-semester series of classes, which I did take and enjoyed. This was before the Global Climate Stupidity came on strong, though. BTW, the dumbest people in the class were … dah dah… 2 Education Major ladies. It was a graduate level class, and by the end, they still confused evaporation with condensation. They got B’s. They are teaching kids now.

  64. @AndrewR
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ignoring bad behavior might work with a small child. With systemic demonism, it is a foolish response.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    See my reply to AnotherDad, Andrew. The cultural part of this is akin to the behavior of small children.

  65. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    What's up with Jews' fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @OilcanFloyd

    What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?

    They’re an endless source of weaponry against Whites?

  66. it is rather a fascination with West African people I think. Is anybody fascinated with Somalians or South Indians?

  67. @Bardon Kaldian
    @Paperback Writer

    True, but it was more a cultural influence. Jazz has become, very early, a "whitened music", as shown by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller etc.

    I don't care too much about jazz, but an acquaintance, who is into it, told me years ago: I don't listen to black jazz, only white. This was not a "racialist" statement, just a matter-of-fact preference.

    Negromania has some "intersectionality" with jazz, but blacks entered white consciousness as a significant group gradually, and I think it was MLK & company who did it, both in the US & globally. With jazz, it was more like "Huh, blacks can do some interesting stuff, who would have thought?"

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Paperback Writer, @guest

    Jazz became “whitened” earlier than Goodman, see: Beiderbecke.

    Altogether you’re totally missing the massive cultural impact of “The Jazz Age.”

    The 60s were basically a back on track after the US was pulled to earth by the realities of war and depression.

    And Louis Armstrong got a front-page NY Times Obit and a Presidential eulogy when he died. His pallbearers included Sinatra and Crosby.

  68. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Don’t buy ’em, then.

    It’s one thing to criticize the US for being protectionist when it comes to foreign movies, it’s another to criticize your own folks for consuming US trash.

    Anyway, I don’t think this is true.

    Video games dwarf movies in revenue (and those comic book “tentpole” franchises are just video games on film anyway). Japan produces the largest share of video games, so I gather.

    The Brits are FAR worse than the US in terms of promoting blacks. They were the ones who pioneered the horrible “colorblind” casting, which is really color-conscious gaslighting.

  69. @Mr Mox
    @Agathoklis

    My dad used to say (and this was back in the seventies) that most USA fads would come our way within a decade. Well, thanks to the internet, the buffer is no longer a decade, more likely a couple of days.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    Most American fads are British in origin.

  70. @Reg Cæsar
    How many of them are the spawn of that African who infected a dozen or so local women with HIV in the '90s? Subscribers to the old paper American Renaissance know who I am talking about.

    I once made a joke with the literal Finnish for "black people", mustalaiset, and was immediately informed that that was their word for Gypsies.

    At least it was in 1985. Who knows what they call either people today?


    Tämä artikkeli käsittelee Suomen kielen romania* tarkoittavaa sanaa. Rautatieteknistä termiä käsittelee artikkeli Mustalainen (rautatieliikenne).
    Mustalainen on suomen kielen sana, jota on aikaisemmin käytetty Suomessa yleisenä nimityksenä romaneista, mutta jota nykyään pidetään usein halventavana.

    This article deals with the Finnish word for Romanian* [sic; they mean "Romany"]. The railway technical term is discussed in the article Gypsy (railway traffic).
    Gypsy is a Finnish word that was previously used in Finland as a common name for the Roma, but is now considered derogatory/contemptuous.**

    https://fi.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustalainen
     

    *Google Translate doesn't understand the partitive case any better than I did
    **And can give you slightly different results in a back-and-forth. English is partly to blame for that, with our synonyms galore.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns gad with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns had with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.
     
    Finnish firm to drop black caricatures on its chocolate 'Kisses'

    Fazer to Retire Controversial Candy [email protected]



    https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/some/default/ec8e270bb5dc461b9a264c5f06b0bc3a.jpg

    https://live.staticflickr.com/20/70979117_dd7801da70_w.jpg

    http://www.nordstjernan.com/resizer/resizer.php?w=700&i=image-15612.jpg


    Still, we had them beat by a Swedish mile:




    http://iraaa.museum.hamptonu.edu/media/img/small/20150324_194136331_niggerhead3.jpg

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @OilcanFloyd

  71. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    What's up with Jews' fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @OilcanFloyd

    What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else. You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence. It’s obviously worse to ignore than to go overboard.

    The only whites who are fascinated with blacks are pretending to do so because they know which way the winds are blowing. Otherwise, nobody cares about blacks. There’s nothing interesting or appealing about them, and they hold no real power.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else.
     
    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools-- and forced everyone else out--- against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn't that meet the UN's definition of genocide?

    Who's the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence.
     
    And commenting, as well. You'd almost think the "alt-right" agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Parallel to Steve's observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @OilcanFloyd

  72. @Achmed E. Newman
    Do they go away if you don't pay attention to them? Cause, I'm not paying attention to them.

    Replies: @reactionry, @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @OilcanFloyd

    Do they go away if you don’t pay attention to them? Cause, I’m not paying attention to them.

    They go away if they aren’t propped up and trotted out in front of everybody.

  73. @anon
    What's up with the iSteve fascination with black people?

    Replies: @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    Blacks are righteously accomplished in music and sports and should not be denied credit. They also have naturally ebullient personas which not only leads to scoring with chicks, but also low rates of depression and suicide. On this both whites and orientals can take a page.

    I personally take little enjoyment as 3rd party to this acrimony. There was a time when things between whitey and negroes were contentious but still lighthearted, buddy action movies like this one and Lethal Weapon are almost a dead genre

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    Like The Cosby Show, buddy action movies are a fiction from an age that could suspend disbelief for that sort of thing.

  74. Don’t forget we live in the age of narrative control. It has had over a century to perfect its techniques, starting with the crude propaganda of the Great War and becoming ever more sophisticated until the regime artfully arranges virtually everything we see or hear.

    The Democratic Party cynically manipulated the easily corruptible black “misleadership” class to sabotage Bernie Sander’s insurgency and ensure Donald Trump’s defeat in 2020, so this year they need to appear that they are paying back. This seems a more likely explanation than that the establishment has suddenly had a change of heart and now it’s all peace, love, and flowers. I see nothing but business as usual that loyal field hands are being promoted to house servants in governmental bureaucracy. Their presence isn’t likely to end militarism, get us universal health care, or a functional democracy. They’ve been thoroughly vetted for reliability, and their reward is higher status within a system that will not become more just for their presence in it. As for more black faces in television commercials, and being shown as happy, prosperous middle class people, while so many of us teeter on the knife edge of economic ruin, well, stirring up a little jealousy among the working class has never hurt a rich man yet.

  75. @AnotherDad
    @WJ


    I thought Finns were hot blonds. That’s an ugly bunch. Yes, I know these women are bi-racial but I would have thought that the mix could have produced more of a Vanessa Williams look .
     
    Maybe Vanessa Williams is an outlier? Atypical? (Just a thought.)

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    Mix a pint of ice cream and a pint of shit and see what you get.

  76. In the most developed countries, nothing is further from the values and culture that produced their success than that of sub-Saharan Africa and its descendants. Our elites are always looking for ways to pick apart our society through real or imagined flaws (whereas ordinary people are generally quite satisfied), so they seize on that which is most foreign and act as though the resulting disparities can all be laid at the feet of the majority, who then has to burden to change themselves. Due to the incredibly outsized influence they have through media, entertainment, non-governmental advocacy groups and so on, it gets transmitted to their foreign counterparts and internalized as well – Western civilization is in the throes of a period in which membership in its highest ranks means ritual denunciations of its core people and their accomplishments.

    Obviously any society has elites and there is always going to be some cultural separation between them and the average citizen. When the gap is relatively narrow you have more national unity and less social turbulence. When it widens things get much, much worse and we are certainly there today.

  77. @AnotherDad
    @Agathoklis


    I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.
     
    Yep. Hate to admit it, but it would have been much, much better for the world if in 1945 the US, the Soviets, the Chicoms, the British and French could have all been quarantined by the rest of the world. All empires over and everyone else allowed to go about it's business.

    But weirdly--didn't seem this way when i was a kid--it's my own America that's done the most damage. Including to itself.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @TomSchmidt

    Yes, agree. I think until 1989 there was a case for America as a bulwark against the Soviets. Even before then we were killing brown people all over the planet. But I’ve come to see the USA since the end of the Soviet Union(when we lost our last rival that could meaningfully oppose us) as an unbridled destroyer, and it started with the Gulf War in 1990 when we first induced Saddam to invade and then double-crossed him. I was gung ho for that war until the aftermath in 1991, when Bush I encouraged the marsh Arabs and Kurds to revolt and then let them get cut to pieces by Saddam’s Air Force and helicopters.

    Since 1990, we have indeed done the most damage. Our elites used the unchallenged power first to destroy the world, and now they’re not hesitating to use the police state on us, as well.

    This only ends when they lose the ability to print dollars to pay for the military industrial complex.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @TomSchmidt

    Even before then we were killing brown people all over the planet.

    We were not, except in your imagination.

  78. A serious answer, or JMTC: In youth, their bodies appear more muscular, without workouts, probably due to more testosterone in both sexes. They are able to dance and perform athletic feats, in youth, that are beyond most whites and Asians. Thus, a subset of whites would gladly give up a few IQ points to have a little of black’s physical strength; some whites desire them; some whites intellectually idolize their music and dress; and some whites fear them. Facially, black features are paradoxically more infantile: flatter brow ridges in men, convex foreheads, full lips, and rounded noses: thus they inspire Guwhites with the desire to protect, like stray kittens.

  79. @Steve Sailer
    @reactionry

    Ole and Lena jokes are pretty good.

    Replies: @slumber_j

    Ole and Lena jokes are pretty good.

    My Irish-American grandfather (b. 1896, St. Paul MN) had a ton of Swede jokes. I don’t remember most of them, but a lot involved getting one’s digits cut off down at the sawmill.

  80. Is ‘the world’ fascinated by black people? Or are globohomo media and ad agencies fascinated by their fetish for exotics?

    The constant blackety-black has taught me something, though, which is that black people are actually much more boring than I thought. The men are vain and frivolous like our women, and their women are nuts in the same, self-absorbed way.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Emerson said "Every hero becomes a bore at last"--and he was talking about actual heroes.

    negroes have been lionized at put on a pedestal through no virtues or good works of their own. Indeed, as you have noted, they are the opposite of interesting or admirable. This idiotic and hysterical worship of them does not have a chance of standing up to scrutiny, and, in fact, the greater the actual exposure to them, the faster the illusion vanishes, and a clear eyed appraisal of negroes will seal the deal.

  81. @AnotherDad
    @Ralph L


    Would you rather hear about Climate Change?
     
    Yes.

    There's lots of b.s. and nonsense--and the usual lying we always get from the acolytes of the super-state, in order to suck up more power.

    But at least it's an interesting topic.

    -- The world has been getting warmer since the Little Ice Age. How much has our fossil fuel boom juiced it?

    -- Overall biological life on earth has removed CO2 from the atmosphere. Perhaps driving the onset of the ice ages (which suck). We aren't back to levels before the ice ages, but we're back to maybe a million years ago.

    -- CO2 is required for plant life, and more is better. Is there an optimum level for climate/plants. Can we keep enough C02 in the atmosphere to avoid the eventual extinction of life?

    -- Our interglacial is long in the tooth. Is there a reason--orbital cycles, etc.--why it should keep on trucking or should we expect it's end? If so have our CO2 emissions helped keep it going? Are they enough? How would be regulate this long term (admittedly not an immediate problem).

    Those are ones that pop for me this moment. Climate, at least, is actually interesting and we're still in the feeling our way in the dark. What we want is to stay in this inter-glacial--the sweet spot. (Though there are days in the current year when i'm so sick of hearing about blacks, trannies, open borderism and other minoritarian shit, that i start thinking "Please Lord, another ice age ASAP.")

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Ralph L

    But the science is settled!
    All you’ll be allowed to discuss is how to fix it.

  82. @JimDandy
    Supposedly, back in the day, a lot of "blackface" was a show of rich white people's fascination with and attraction to black people rather than a mockery. Talk amongst yourselves.

    Replies: @aj54

    No, it was mockery

  83. @TomSchmidt
    @AnotherDad

    Yes, agree. I think until 1989 there was a case for America as a bulwark against the Soviets. Even before then we were killing brown people all over the planet. But I've come to see the USA since the end of the Soviet Union(when we lost our last rival that could meaningfully oppose us) as an unbridled destroyer, and it started with the Gulf War in 1990 when we first induced Saddam to invade and then double-crossed him. I was gung ho for that war until the aftermath in 1991, when Bush I encouraged the marsh Arabs and Kurds to revolt and then let them get cut to pieces by Saddam's Air Force and helicopters.

    Since 1990, we have indeed done the most damage. Our elites used the unchallenged power first to destroy the world, and now they're not hesitating to use the police state on us, as well.

    This only ends when they lose the ability to print dollars to pay for the military industrial complex.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    Even before then we were killing brown people all over the planet.

    We were not, except in your imagination.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  84. @anon
    @Paperback Writer

    If you’re an English-speaker and you want to hear news in your native language, it’s there on TV, or the radio

    Or streaming on the Interwebs. Last time I was out of CONUS that's where I got info. Televisors are things to be looked at in train stations for schedule info. Radio? What's that?

    Dude. It's not the 1970's anymore.

    Replies: @Forbes

    Yeah–CNN and Fox news are available everywhere (nearly). Even the local/national broadcasters mimic American cable-style news.

  85. @Agathoklis
    It is really as simple as the United States having predominant control of the commanding heights of the global information economy. Their concerns, neuroses, problems become the world's problems despite the social and demographic conditions being completely different. I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad, @Wade Hampton, @Altai, @Reg Cæsar, @Mr Mox, @Paperback Writer, @SafeNow

    “I really like Americans as individuals but keep your movies, music, books, magazines etc, and all other cultural products within your own borders please.”

    I agree with the keep-within-borders part. (Except — a quibble — there is actually no border). But the part about really liking Americans as individuals – – WHICH Americans? Where are they from? Please tell me, so I can move there. (I am a deplorable, in California.)

  86. @guest
    It’s definitely not the world’s thing. I can’t say for sure any very substantial portion of mankind is Negrophilic, let alone suffering from such Negromania as you’d think would be necessary to sustain our culture’s apparent perverse obsession with them.

    The sort of people who get carried away by Blackness and Black subculture (such as it is) are what we used to call “wiggers” when I was a kid. I.e. not the sort of people making any real decisions over what’s thought, felt, or consumed by a whole nation.

    The sort of people actually choosing what goes on tv, what sort of music or clothing styles are “in,” who gets elected to office, etc. all across the West are not I don’t think in fact obsessed with blacks.

    These people don’t live near blacks. They don’t watch their tv or movies or listen to their music. They don’t live where black politicians rule. No.

    Even if they’re academics who spend their whole lives talking about blackness, they don’t have to actually know anything about real black people. Blackness is just a thing you use to have your way.

    It’s a lever for power and influence in all fields. Part of which is to let flesh-and-blood blacks in on power and influence. Just, you know, not too much.

    Listen to the blacks allowed their own expanding turf in white culture, and hear them talk about the most inane things imaginable. Just like white people in charge of our culture. Except they have certain novel biological interests. Like wooly hair.

    White people who make up things to say about black people probably wouldn’t have come up with Afro-hair-touch-mania. Among other reasons because it doesn’t mean anything to anyone who isn’t a paranoid black female.

    Sounds like a stereotype invented in an old minstrel show.

    Real obsession with blackness would mean being obsessed with this sort of thing. Fear of the White Hand Descending upon ‘Fro.

    It is with a full heart I say very nearly zero people besides black females give a crap.

    Replies: @Element59

    The sort of people who get carried away by Blackness and Black subculture (such as it is) are what we used to call “wiggers” when I was a kid. I.e. not the sort of people making any real decisions over what’s thought, felt, or consumed by a whole nation.

    Today it appears to be mostly woke white girls given journalistic platform in our once-esteemed institutions such as the NYT who are putting out this Blackness fascination stuff for consumption by a whole nation. A legion of woke Hannahs, Sarahs, Amys, Jennys, emanating from elite journalism mills like Columbia. They are almost always accompanied by a non-white female co-author to lend the said white girl her “cred” on the issue.

  87. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Is ‘the world’ fascinated by black people? Or are globohomo media and ad agencies fascinated by their fetish for exotics?

    The constant blackety-black has taught me something, though, which is that black people are actually much more boring than I thought. The men are vain and frivolous like our women, and their women are nuts in the same, self-absorbed way.

    Replies: @AceDeuce

    Emerson said “Every hero becomes a bore at last”–and he was talking about actual heroes.

    negroes have been lionized at put on a pedestal through no virtues or good works of their own. Indeed, as you have noted, they are the opposite of interesting or admirable. This idiotic and hysterical worship of them does not have a chance of standing up to scrutiny, and, in fact, the greater the actual exposure to them, the faster the illusion vanishes, and a clear eyed appraisal of negroes will seal the deal.

  88. @Bardon Kaldian
    @Paperback Writer

    True, but it was more a cultural influence. Jazz has become, very early, a "whitened music", as shown by Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller etc.

    I don't care too much about jazz, but an acquaintance, who is into it, told me years ago: I don't listen to black jazz, only white. This was not a "racialist" statement, just a matter-of-fact preference.

    Negromania has some "intersectionality" with jazz, but blacks entered white consciousness as a significant group gradually, and I think it was MLK & company who did it, both in the US & globally. With jazz, it was more like "Huh, blacks can do some interesting stuff, who would have thought?"

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Paperback Writer, @guest

    Jazz like rock and roll went white pretty fast. Certainly along with it being the dominant mass popular musical form. That would hardly be the case in a white country without white (and Jewish) people having enough interest in it to write and perform it themselves.

    There were distinct phases, divided by when and whether it was for the masses or not.

    Phase one is Jazz as black music. Then it was “street” music. Party and sex music. Vulgar and low and dirty music. (The term “jazz” derived from slang for jism.)

    This phase was for black people. It lasted from the 1890s or the turn of the century to the 1920s. Depending upon how you define when Jazz-proper began. (It can be as difficult separating it from its forerunners as it is separating rock from country, blues, and r&b.)

    Then in Phase Two, it became widely popular and consumed by people at all social levels. Not the most esteemed music, though more esteemed over in Europe. This lasted from then 1920s until the 1950s, more or less. Though the prime form goes until WWII.

    Phase Three is the kind of Jazz music that lost touch with a popular audience. I don’t want to say it wasn’t popular at all, but it did mark the decline of Jazz as the dominant musical genre.

    This we might call Academic Jazz. It is still played by blacks, but I don’t think it’s very popular amongst them. It started post-1945 and continues to this day.

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Ian Smith
    @guest

    Educated, urban blacks often like jazz. The one black music form that almost no blacks like is blues. The only people who listen to that are white hipsters. You never see a black person gushing about how much they love Muddy Waters.

  89. @Steve Sailer
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Bertie Wooster was obsessed with playing black banjo jazz in the 1920s, much to Jeeves' distress.

    P.G. Wodehouse spent many years in America writing for Broadway shows in the 1910s and thus Bertie Wooster's vocabulary in the 1920s is quite American-influenced and thus black-influenced.

    Replies: @Alden

    If you like Bertie Wooster, YouTube has an entire British TV series of Bertie Wooster starring Hugh Laurie Dr House.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster is great.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

  90. @OilcanFloyd
    @Reg Cæsar

    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns gad with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns had with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.

    Finnish firm to drop black caricatures on its chocolate ‘Kisses’

    Fazer to Retire Controversial Candy [email protected]

    Still, we had them beat by a Swedish mile:

    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Reg Cæsar

    Oops, this didn't show; plus, an iSteve perennial topic:


    https://image.invaluable.com/housePhotos/estateconsultants/12/610112/H20904-L122917973.jpg


    https://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/news/jimcrow/question/2017/images/nhaircan.JPG


    https://www.theclever.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/SEXIST-1-e1496351547904.jpg


    If you're into this sort of thing:

    A song by Theodore Dreiser's big brother

    Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia

    The Nigger Head Deep In All Of Our Heads
    The Exorcism May Never Be Completed. If So, The Nigger Will Never Die
    Juliette Harris with rant by Hermine Pinson

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    , @OilcanFloyd
    @Reg Cæsar

    I'm familiar with the candies above, and was surprised when I first saw them. It's been a long time, but I think the Sukkija emblem with the two Africans was cleaned up from what I remember.

  91. @Alden
    @Steve Sailer

    If you like Bertie Wooster, YouTube has an entire British TV series of Bertie Wooster starring Hugh Laurie Dr House.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster is great.

    • Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @Steve Sailer

    "Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster is great."

    'Fraid Dudley Moore beat 'im to it.

  92. @OilcanFloyd
    @Citizen of a Silly Country


    What’s up with Jews’ fascination with blacks?

    There, fixed the headline for you.

     

    Steve knows better. I don't know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else. You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence. It's obviously worse to ignore than to go overboard.

    The only whites who are fascinated with blacks are pretending to do so because they know which way the winds are blowing. Otherwise, nobody cares about blacks. There's nothing interesting or appealing about them, and they hold no real power.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else.

    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn’t that meet the UN’s definition of genocide?

    Who’s the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence.

    And commenting, as well. You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Parallel to Steve’s observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Reg Cæsar

    https://66.media.tumblr.com/f3663c4af12f48141f4f1719806df722/tumblr_pimhkb02D81relg8bo1_500.gif

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate?
     

    You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.
     
    Charles Darwin was not a Jew.

    The Biblical account of creation is found in the book of Genesis [סֵפֶר בְּרֵאשִׁית], first book of the Hebrew Bible. Orthodox Jews take said account literally-- much more than modern Christians do, not least of which your own Church of Rome.

    Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was not a Jewess. Moreover, PP has targeted their campaigns and services toward nonwhites at least as much as toward any whites.

    Belief in Darwinian evolution prevails overwhelmingly among the educated in modern societies, including ones with virtually no Jewish presence or influence. Likewise for the practice of contraception, and the belief that fertility should be limited. Said positions correlate closely with levels of education and religiosity, and socioeconomic status-- both for Jews as well as non-Jews.

    Based upon your overall commenting history, instances like this would appear to be either trolling or evidence of a rather glaring blind spot on your part.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @OilcanFloyd
    @Reg Cæsar


    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn’t that meet the UN’s definition of genocide?

    Who’s the liar, Gould or Bryan?
     
    Creative Design was introduced into my high school as pushback. I was one of the guinea pigs, as we all are. I've read the UNs definition in the past, and using population transfers to change demographics seems to fit. What either has to do with my comment isn't clear to me.

    And commenting, as well. You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

     

    Not sure what that has to do with my comment, but the alt-right is thoroughly discussed and demonized far beyond its influence and powers. It's not a huge issue for Steve Sailer, but for much of the MSM, you'd think that the alt-right is on par with Jewish power and is the aggressor, which is laughable.

    Parallel to Steve’s observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.
     
    I don't have any place in an argument between the French and the neocons. However their worldviews are similar doesn't matter to me. "The French" have very little influence in America, and definitely are not a driving force in America's wars or social change.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

  93. @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms
    @anon

    Blacks are righteously accomplished in music and sports and should not be denied credit. They also have naturally ebullient personas which not only leads to scoring with chicks, but also low rates of depression and suicide. On this both whites and orientals can take a page.

    I personally take little enjoyment as 3rd party to this acrimony. There was a time when things between whitey and negroes were contentious but still lighthearted, buddy action movies like this one and Lethal Weapon are almost a dead genre
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDnvXAkMnx8

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    Like The Cosby Show, buddy action movies are a fiction from an age that could suspend disbelief for that sort of thing.

  94. @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else.
     
    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools-- and forced everyone else out--- against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn't that meet the UN's definition of genocide?

    Who's the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence.
     
    And commenting, as well. You'd almost think the "alt-right" agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Parallel to Steve's observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @OilcanFloyd

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @anon

    You can link to a GIF as "anon", but you can't come out and say you agree with Jews on science or that black fieldhands actually worked. Occam and his razor would have fun with that one.

  95. @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns had with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.
     
    Finnish firm to drop black caricatures on its chocolate 'Kisses'

    Fazer to Retire Controversial Candy [email protected]



    https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/some/default/ec8e270bb5dc461b9a264c5f06b0bc3a.jpg

    https://live.staticflickr.com/20/70979117_dd7801da70_w.jpg

    http://www.nordstjernan.com/resizer/resizer.php?w=700&i=image-15612.jpg


    Still, we had them beat by a Swedish mile:




    http://iraaa.museum.hamptonu.edu/media/img/small/20150324_194136331_niggerhead3.jpg

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @OilcanFloyd

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks, Reg. Growing up in Chicago in the 1960s I don't think I got much exposure to that. I only recognize one joke from the Jim Crow museum.

    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark cultivated for over 19th, 20th and into the 21st century disappeared because of the cowards of a corporate management. Wiping out history because they can.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reg Cæsar

  96. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster is great.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

    “Hugh Laurie as Bertie Wooster is great.”

    ‘Fraid Dudley Moore beat ‘im to it.

  97. @Reg Cæsar
    @Reg Cæsar

    Oops, this didn't show; plus, an iSteve perennial topic:


    https://image.invaluable.com/housePhotos/estateconsultants/12/610112/H20904-L122917973.jpg


    https://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/news/jimcrow/question/2017/images/nhaircan.JPG


    https://www.theclever.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/SEXIST-1-e1496351547904.jpg


    If you're into this sort of thing:

    A song by Theodore Dreiser's big brother

    Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia

    The Nigger Head Deep In All Of Our Heads
    The Exorcism May Never Be Completed. If So, The Nigger Will Never Die
    Juliette Harris with rant by Hermine Pinson

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    Thanks, Reg. Growing up in Chicago in the 1960s I don’t think I got much exposure to that. I only recognize one joke from the Jim Crow museum.

    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark cultivated for over 19th, 20th and into the 21st century disappeared because of the cowards of a corporate management. Wiping out history because they can.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Joe Stalin


    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark
     
    Jemima is very much a white girl's name in England. Beatrice Potter and Ian Fleming used it for characters. James Goldsmith bestowed the name on a daughter.


    https://www.personality-database.com/profile_images/90782.png


    So put a white Jemima on the damned bottle! Job's daughter, for instance. Or the only American Jemima of note, the UK-born Jemima Kirke. Who is literally an aunt, to Cassius and James:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domino_Kirke#Personal_life

    The dress on her Twitter avatar just begs for pancake syrup!


    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/929217220621881344/Sgk5UJ_i_400x400.jpg


    Ben Simon Taylor, who has his mother's mouth and father's eyes, could grace the package of Uncle Ben's:


    https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/tbt/QWZ4CSGKTUI6TODGIBWI6S7HAY.jpg

    Some high school in New England wanted to keep the name Warriors, and did-- they just removed all aboriginal content. Come to think of it, that's what the "Golden State" Warriors have been doing for decades.

    Such whitening of brands is one way to hijack the PC juggernaut. How about the Florida State Flaglers? The Seminoles didn't do anything with the peninsula for thousands of years, after all.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Joe Stalin

    Here is the perfect pancake Aunt for 2021! A non-binary Philosopher Formerly Known As Jemima, centuries before Prince:


    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Universal_Friend


    https://www.thevintagenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/fb-image-2021-05-21t123202636.jpg


    By the way, get this:


    When the show transferred from London to Broadway, the name "Jemima" was believed to carry negative racial connotations in the United States through its association with Aunt Jemima. The character was renamed using another of T. S. Eliot's Jellicle names, "Sillabub" (a portmanteau of "silly" and "Beelzebub"). The name "Sillabub" has since been used by other productions such as the Australian ones. In the long-running Japanese production by the Shiki Theatre Company, Jemima and Sillabub are two separate characters. Sillabub would eventually be used as Jemima's name in the film adaptation.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jemima_(cat)#Sillabub

     

  98. Anonymous[437] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else.
     
    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools-- and forced everyone else out--- against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn't that meet the UN's definition of genocide?

    Who's the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence.
     
    And commenting, as well. You'd almost think the "alt-right" agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Parallel to Steve's observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @OilcanFloyd

    ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate?

    You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Charles Darwin was not a Jew.

    The Biblical account of creation is found in the book of Genesis [סֵפֶר בְּרֵאשִׁית], first book of the Hebrew Bible. Orthodox Jews take said account literally– much more than modern Christians do, not least of which your own Church of Rome.

    Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was not a Jewess. Moreover, PP has targeted their campaigns and services toward nonwhites at least as much as toward any whites.

    Belief in Darwinian evolution prevails overwhelmingly among the educated in modern societies, including ones with virtually no Jewish presence or influence. Likewise for the practice of contraception, and the belief that fertility should be limited. Said positions correlate closely with levels of education and religiosity, and socioeconomic status– both for Jews as well as non-Jews.

    Based upon your overall commenting history, instances like this would appear to be either trolling or evidence of a rather glaring blind spot on your part.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    Belief in Darwinian evolution prevails overwhelmingly among the educated in modern societies...
     
    Not one of which is managing to maintain its population. "Fittest" doesn't seem to apply to these societies.

    ...including ones with virtually no Jewish presence or influence.
     
    I'm not the one laying all of our problems on the Jews. (Nor their problems on us. People are their own worst enemies. ) Just wondering why what would appear to be one of the strongest cases against them is left untouched by the otherwise obsessed. It's like gun control and "systemic racism". Or Republicans and the Reconstruction amendments. The dog that doesn't bark.

    ...or evidence of a rather glaring blind spot on your part.
     
    The blind spot is on their part. If the ACLU is right, why don't they come out and say so? If blacks actually worked on the plantations, instead of playing hambone all day, why don't defenders of that society come out and say so? Their reluctance speaks volumes.
  99. @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate?
     

    You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.
     
    Charles Darwin was not a Jew.

    The Biblical account of creation is found in the book of Genesis [סֵפֶר בְּרֵאשִׁית], first book of the Hebrew Bible. Orthodox Jews take said account literally-- much more than modern Christians do, not least of which your own Church of Rome.

    Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was not a Jewess. Moreover, PP has targeted their campaigns and services toward nonwhites at least as much as toward any whites.

    Belief in Darwinian evolution prevails overwhelmingly among the educated in modern societies, including ones with virtually no Jewish presence or influence. Likewise for the practice of contraception, and the belief that fertility should be limited. Said positions correlate closely with levels of education and religiosity, and socioeconomic status-- both for Jews as well as non-Jews.

    Based upon your overall commenting history, instances like this would appear to be either trolling or evidence of a rather glaring blind spot on your part.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Belief in Darwinian evolution prevails overwhelmingly among the educated in modern societies…

    Not one of which is managing to maintain its population. “Fittest” doesn’t seem to apply to these societies.

    …including ones with virtually no Jewish presence or influence.

    I’m not the one laying all of our problems on the Jews. (Nor their problems on us. People are their own worst enemies. ) Just wondering why what would appear to be one of the strongest cases against them is left untouched by the otherwise obsessed. It’s like gun control and “systemic racism”. Or Republicans and the Reconstruction amendments. The dog that doesn’t bark.

    …or evidence of a rather glaring blind spot on your part.

    The blind spot is on their part. If the ACLU is right, why don’t they come out and say so? If blacks actually worked on the plantations, instead of playing hambone all day, why don’t defenders of that society come out and say so? Their reluctance speaks volumes.

  100. @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    A Mustalainen is a Gypsy (Musta is black, which shows how little contact Finns had with actual Africans.) Neekeri is the word for blacks, and I always had the impression that it is derogatory.
     
    Finnish firm to drop black caricatures on its chocolate 'Kisses'

    Fazer to Retire Controversial Candy [email protected]



    https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/some/default/ec8e270bb5dc461b9a264c5f06b0bc3a.jpg

    https://live.staticflickr.com/20/70979117_dd7801da70_w.jpg

    http://www.nordstjernan.com/resizer/resizer.php?w=700&i=image-15612.jpg


    Still, we had them beat by a Swedish mile:




    http://iraaa.museum.hamptonu.edu/media/img/small/20150324_194136331_niggerhead3.jpg

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @OilcanFloyd

    I’m familiar with the candies above, and was surprised when I first saw them. It’s been a long time, but I think the Sukkija emblem with the two Africans was cleaned up from what I remember.

  101. @Reg Cæsar
    @OilcanFloyd


    Steve knows better. I don’t know why he plays dumb on Jewish issues, while hammering away at everyone else.
     
    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools-- and forced everyone else out--- against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn't that meet the UN's definition of genocide?

    Who's the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    You might as well quit social commentary if are going to ignore the toxic aspect of Jewish influence.
     
    And commenting, as well. You'd almost think the "alt-right" agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Parallel to Steve's observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @OilcanFloyd

    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn’t that meet the UN’s definition of genocide?

    Who’s the liar, Gould or Bryan?

    Creative Design was introduced into my high school as pushback. I was one of the guinea pigs, as we all are. I’ve read the UNs definition in the past, and using population transfers to change demographics seems to fit. What either has to do with my comment isn’t clear to me.

    And commenting, as well. You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

    Not sure what that has to do with my comment, but the alt-right is thoroughly discussed and demonized far beyond its influence and powers. It’s not a huge issue for Steve Sailer, but for much of the MSM, you’d think that the alt-right is on par with Jewish power and is the aggressor, which is laughable.

    Parallel to Steve’s observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.

    I don’t have any place in an argument between the French and the neocons. However their worldviews are similar doesn’t matter to me. “The French” have very little influence in America, and definitely are not a driving force in America’s wars or social change.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    @OilcanFloyd

    Creative Design should be Intelligent Design. It's 4 AM. Not sure if that is my mistake or auto correct.

  102. @OilcanFloyd
    @Reg Cæsar


    So does everyone else here when one points out how the ACLU forced Darwin into the schools– and forced everyone else out— against the wishes of the voters. Why, pray tell, did they do that? What was their purpose? To lower our birth rate? (It worked!) Doesn’t that meet the UN’s definition of genocide?

    Who’s the liar, Gould or Bryan?
     
    Creative Design was introduced into my high school as pushback. I was one of the guinea pigs, as we all are. I've read the UNs definition in the past, and using population transfers to change demographics seems to fit. What either has to do with my comment isn't clear to me.

    And commenting, as well. You’d almost think the “alt-right” agrees with Jews on the origin of man.

     

    Not sure what that has to do with my comment, but the alt-right is thoroughly discussed and demonized far beyond its influence and powers. It's not a huge issue for Steve Sailer, but for much of the MSM, you'd think that the alt-right is on par with Jewish power and is the aggressor, which is laughable.

    Parallel to Steve’s observation that neocons and the French hate each other because their worldviews match so closely.
     
    I don't have any place in an argument between the French and the neocons. However their worldviews are similar doesn't matter to me. "The French" have very little influence in America, and definitely are not a driving force in America's wars or social change.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd

    Creative Design should be Intelligent Design. It’s 4 AM. Not sure if that is my mistake or auto correct.

  103. @Joe Stalin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks, Reg. Growing up in Chicago in the 1960s I don't think I got much exposure to that. I only recognize one joke from the Jim Crow museum.

    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark cultivated for over 19th, 20th and into the 21st century disappeared because of the cowards of a corporate management. Wiping out history because they can.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reg Cæsar

    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark

    Jemima is very much a white girl’s name in England. Beatrice Potter and Ian Fleming used it for characters. James Goldsmith bestowed the name on a daughter.

    So put a white Jemima on the damned bottle! Job’s daughter, for instance. Or the only American Jemima of note, the UK-born Jemima Kirke. Who is literally an aunt, to Cassius and James:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domino_Kirke#Personal_life

    The dress on her Twitter avatar just begs for pancake syrup!

    Ben Simon Taylor, who has his mother’s mouth and father’s eyes, could grace the package of Uncle Ben’s:

    Some high school in New England wanted to keep the name Warriors, and did– they just removed all aboriginal content. Come to think of it, that’s what the “Golden State” Warriors have been doing for decades.

    Such whitening of brands is one way to hijack the PC juggernaut. How about the Florida State Flaglers? The Seminoles didn’t do anything with the peninsula for thousands of years, after all.

  104. @Joe Stalin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks, Reg. Growing up in Chicago in the 1960s I don't think I got much exposure to that. I only recognize one joke from the Jim Crow museum.

    Anyway, I think it was a big mistake to get rid of the Aunt Jemima brand: an American trademark cultivated for over 19th, 20th and into the 21st century disappeared because of the cowards of a corporate management. Wiping out history because they can.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Reg Cæsar

    Here is the perfect pancake Aunt for 2021! A non-binary Philosopher Formerly Known As Jemima, centuries before Prince:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Universal_Friend

    By the way, get this:

    When the show transferred from London to Broadway, the name “Jemima” was believed to carry negative racial connotations in the United States through its association with Aunt Jemima. The character was renamed using another of T. S. Eliot’s Jellicle names, “Sillabub” (a portmanteau of “silly” and “Beelzebub”). The name “Sillabub” has since been used by other productions such as the Australian ones. In the long-running Japanese production by the Shiki Theatre Company, Jemima and Sillabub are two separate characters. Sillabub would eventually be used as Jemima’s name in the film adaptation.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jemima_(cat)#Sillabub

  105. @anon
    @Reg Cæsar

    https://66.media.tumblr.com/f3663c4af12f48141f4f1719806df722/tumblr_pimhkb02D81relg8bo1_500.gif

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You can link to a GIF as “anon”, but you can’t come out and say you agree with Jews on science or that black fieldhands actually worked. Occam and his razor would have fun with that one.

  106. @guest
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Jazz like rock and roll went white pretty fast. Certainly along with it being the dominant mass popular musical form. That would hardly be the case in a white country without white (and Jewish) people having enough interest in it to write and perform it themselves.

    There were distinct phases, divided by when and whether it was for the masses or not.

    Phase one is Jazz as black music. Then it was “street” music. Party and sex music. Vulgar and low and dirty music. (The term “jazz” derived from slang for jism.)

    This phase was for black people. It lasted from the 1890s or the turn of the century to the 1920s. Depending upon how you define when Jazz-proper began. (It can be as difficult separating it from its forerunners as it is separating rock from country, blues, and r&b.)

    Then in Phase Two, it became widely popular and consumed by people at all social levels. Not the most esteemed music, though more esteemed over in Europe. This lasted from then 1920s until the 1950s, more or less. Though the prime form goes until WWII.

    Phase Three is the kind of Jazz music that lost touch with a popular audience. I don’t want to say it wasn’t popular at all, but it did mark the decline of Jazz as the dominant musical genre.

    This we might call Academic Jazz. It is still played by blacks, but I don’t think it’s very popular amongst them. It started post-1945 and continues to this day.

    Replies: @Ian Smith

    Educated, urban blacks often like jazz. The one black music form that almost no blacks like is blues. The only people who listen to that are white hipsters. You never see a black person gushing about how much they love Muddy Waters.

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