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From the New York Times:

The Trump-Farage Road Show
Roger Cohen AUG. 29, 2016

In case you missed it, a significant political event took place last week in Jackson, Miss., where Donald Trump joined forces with Nigel Farage, the anti-immigrant leader of the successful campaign to take Britain out of the European Union.

… “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.

They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit. Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color. They are self-centered and cynical, manipulating resentment with half-truths and untruths, accommodating the loony extremist right.

From the New York Times:

The Immigrants Turned Away
Timothy Egan SEPT. 2, 2016

In the hate speech that Donald Trump gave on immigration in Phoenix on Wednesday night, he all but deported the Statue of Liberty, laying out one of the darkest visions of the American experience that any major-party nominee has ever given. Despite the media misread by some who presented the speech as a pivot, it got rave reviews from neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan supporters, and prompted some of Trump’s few Latino advisers to resign in protest. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.

 
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  1. Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.

    • Replies: @Guillaume Durocher
    @Mark Eugenikos

    You mean when they are deported?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @The Alarmist
    @Mark Eugenikos


    "Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day."
     
    If they do realise it, and they figure out how to monetise it, then maybe they won't be such a loss-leader for Carlos "Fatboy" Slim's efforts at Reconquista del Norte.
    , @Desiderius
    @Mark Eugenikos

    Greatness notoriously skips generations. Will this one be "Ponch"?

    http://www.nytco.com/arthur-gregg-sulzberger-named-associate-editor/

    Erik Estrada would be an improvement on the current gang.

    , @Buck Dodgers Superstar
    @Mark Eugenikos

    (((Their))) world is disintegrating AND they know it. It is astonishing. It is like watching Michael Phelps drown.

  2. @Mark Eugenikos
    Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.

    Replies: @Guillaume Durocher, @The Alarmist, @Desiderius, @Buck Dodgers Superstar

    You mean when they are deported?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Guillaume Durocher

    Monsieur, deportation would be far more merciful than they deserve.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  3. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.

    Farage was a trader for multinational investment banks…

    • Replies: @Romanian
    @Anonymous

    Meh, mostly small fries, aside from Drexel.

    The biggest anti-bank fanatic I've met is a former Swiss banker who refers to bankers as criminal.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    , @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    He was a futures broker at a private primarily metals dealer.

    , @Philethenes
    @Anonymous

    Then he knows what he is talking about, just like being an MEP he can educate himself about the organisation by being in it. This funnily enough reminds me of James Goldsmith who founded UKIP, who was once part of the internationalist banker circle but had a crisis of faith, evident from his last and rather apocalyptical book he published before he died.

  4. Deporting the Statue of Liberty is too extreme. All that is needed is to pop the rivets off The New Colossus.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

  5. I understand that Roger “The Dodger” Cohen originates in South Africa. There’s a country free from the hate-filled stand of the white man, and yet inexplicably he left and shows no sign of going back. A mystery.

    • Replies: @Sid Falco
    @5371

    Cohen's primary identity is jewish, not white.

  6. Bundespräsident Joachim Gauck: ‘Die Eliten sind nicht das Problem…die Bevölkerung sind im Moment das Problem’ — Joachim Gauck, the NYT Editorial Board, Timothy Egan, Roger Cohen, David Brooks, et al et al — what’s the difference? — at least they’re making it plain enough for you.

  7. The Times wrote:

    They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit. Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.

    Hmmm… if I actually believed that South Americans, black Africans, Mideasterners, etc. were benefiting from what the Times calls “globalization,” I’d feel better about it. Unfortunately, I’m not sure the “New World Order” will benefit the majority of the people in any country. It does, however, seem to be of benefit to members of the (mainly white) global elite.

    Dave Miller in Sacramento

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @PhysicistDave

    Oh yes brilliant, a "white" global elite. Not at all the co-ethnics of the author of the NYT piece who is gloating about an on-going process of (largely bloodless, as of yet) genocide against those awful white people being uppity with their last HATE-FILLED dying gasp of trying to not be wiped out.

  8. More relevant than ever today — from Human Events in 2005 — A Nation of Widgets: The Wall Street Journal and Open Borders

    • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/Brannon1066/status/772090989741682688

    Replies: @Jason Liu, @celt darnell, @Expletive Deleted

  9. OMG ! Betsy Woodruff , politics reporter at The Daily Beast is on MSNBC denigrating the journalistic standards of an INFOWARS commenter . MSNBC ? Der Stürmer had higher journalistic standards .

  10. Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    • Replies: @Keith Vaz
    @dearieme

    They are both married to White women. Nationality irrelevant

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    , @The Alarmist
    @dearieme


    "Hillary is married to an American gangster."
     
    Hillary is married to a draft-dodging, dope-smoking, coke-snorting, reputedly serial-rapist, allegedly dope-smuggling, possibly money-laundering, likely fraudulent-charity-running, unindicted gangster.

    There, fixed it for ya!

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @fish
    @dearieme


    Hillary is married to an American gangster.
     
    Yes but her mistress is the "other".....so she's got that going for her....which is nice.
    , @Anonymous
    @dearieme

    Farage is of largely Germanic stock himself. It's not a huge contradiction there.

    You're really trying to insert virtue signalling into something rather than cut to the point about what mass immigration (part of "globalization") is really about and what it's doing: Making countries worse, benefiting no one but this rootless elite, and literally wiping out European populations the world over.

    , @syonredux
    @dearieme


    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
     
    In PC-speak, immigrant tends to mean "non-White," at least on an implicit level.

    Replies: @International Jew

  11. @Anonymous

    … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.
     
    Farage was a trader for multinational investment banks...

    Replies: @Romanian, @Anonymous, @Philethenes

    Meh, mostly small fries, aside from Drexel.

    The biggest anti-bank fanatic I’ve met is a former Swiss banker who refers to bankers as criminal.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Romanian


    "The biggest anti-bank fanatic I’ve met is a former Swiss banker who refers to bankers as criminal."
     
    Meh, he's hardly alone ... I'm a former banker and I consider them to be them the Criminal Elite.
  12. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Wow, really over the top hysteria. Are these people getting desperate or what? The hatred they feel for the average person really comes gushing out. They always felt that way but just never expressed it so verbally because things always went their way so they were never perturbed enough to do so.

  13. Trump does seem to live rent-free in their minds. Was flipping through a copy of The New Yorker while waiting for some takeout, and all but one of the cartoons was a freak-out about Trump’s candidacy …

  14. “Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.”

    What if you substituted “red” for “white” and you were talking about, say, Chief Joseph and his people. Would that be okay?

    • Replies: @guest
    @Amasius

    It's okay because they're white, duh.

  15. @Guillaume Durocher
    @Mark Eugenikos

    You mean when they are deported?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Monsieur, deportation would be far more merciful than they deserve.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @AndrewR

    I disagree absolutely.
    All deserve mercy, haters no less than others (more, maybe?).

    Intelligence and will need no violence, no vengeance.
    I would do these people no harm at all, one because I am against doing harm, second to show them that I am unlike them.

    I would immediately force them to stop harming the many people they have been harming to pursue elitist interest colored with strong ethnic animus overtones.
    Then I would proceed to tell them, the haters, that there be no reason why they themselves should wish to stay in this country any longer, and, at any rate, no reason why they should be allowed to stay in this country any longer.

    Fairness, always. Hatred and violence, never.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  16. Keith Vaz [AKA "The Greatest Man"] says:
    @dearieme
    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz, @The Alarmist, @fish, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    They are both married to White women. Nationality irrelevant

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Keith Vaz


    Nationality irrelevant
     
    Not wholly. Trump is into six-foot Slavs. Ivana (6') is Czech and Melania (5'11") is Slovenian.
  17. “Trump does seem to live rent-free in their minds. ” I feel like Trump is the only candidate running for president. Does Hillary ever give speeches, pressers, take trips, anything? She must, but I never see anything reported upon.

  18. Zeroth Amendment: The power to make mmigration policy shall be vested in a neurotic 3% minority.

    • Replies: @StickNCA
    @Jean Cocteausten

    Well at least 3% is a larger portion of the population than the small LBGT community which has been making US social policy.

  19. @Mark Eugenikos
    Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.

    Replies: @Guillaume Durocher, @The Alarmist, @Desiderius, @Buck Dodgers Superstar

    “Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.”

    If they do realise it, and they figure out how to monetise it, then maybe they won’t be such a loss-leader for Carlos “Fatboy” Slim’s efforts at Reconquista del Norte.

  20. @Romanian
    @Anonymous

    Meh, mostly small fries, aside from Drexel.

    The biggest anti-bank fanatic I've met is a former Swiss banker who refers to bankers as criminal.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    “The biggest anti-bank fanatic I’ve met is a former Swiss banker who refers to bankers as criminal.”

    Meh, he’s hardly alone … I’m a former banker and I consider them to be them the Criminal Elite.

    • Agree: Bill Jones
  21. @dearieme
    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz, @The Alarmist, @fish, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    “Hillary is married to an American gangster.”

    Hillary is married to a draft-dodging, dope-smoking, coke-snorting, reputedly serial-rapist, allegedly dope-smuggling, possibly money-laundering, likely fraudulent-charity-running, unindicted gangster.

    There, fixed it for ya!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @The Alarmist



    @dearieme
    “Hillary is married to an American gangster.”

     

    Hillary is married to a draft-dodging, dope-smoking, coke-snorting, reputedly serial-rapist, allegedly dope-smuggling, possibly money-laundering, likely fraudulent-charity-running, unindicted gangster.

    There, fixed it for ya!
     
    ...with a small penis.*

    There, fixed it for both of ya!

    *According to Gennifer Flowers in Penthouse.
  22. One of the top reader comments on the first NYT article hilariously mentioned that Jackson was the “good old boy capital of the south” and noted that 43 pct of the residents were on welfare. According to Wikipedia, 78 pct of the town is black. Strange, no one pointed that out to him.

  23. When you here someone scream HATE all the time, you can bet they are haters. It’s called projection.

  24. My goodness! Roger Cohen is filled with unmistakable glee at the extinction of white goyim. He really wants us dead and our culture crushed.

    Once they peel the Galut mask off in triumphal, kvelling editorials like this, all the festering pus and maggots of globalism come oozing out.

  25. @Mark Eugenikos
    Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.

    Replies: @Guillaume Durocher, @The Alarmist, @Desiderius, @Buck Dodgers Superstar

    Greatness notoriously skips generations. Will this one be “Ponch”?

    http://www.nytco.com/arthur-gregg-sulzberger-named-associate-editor/

    Erik Estrada would be an improvement on the current gang.

  26. Despite the media misread by some who presented the speech as a pivot, it got rave reviews from neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan supporters, and prompted some of Trump’s few Latino advisers to resign in protest. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.

    This “Nazi” and “KKK” meme is actually becoming hilarious. Every time Trump says anything, the mainstream media somehow has to tie it to David Duke and the Nazis.

    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes. As for Duke, he’s a throwback to the 1980s and 1990s. He ran for one term in the Louisiana legislature in the 1990s and got disowned by the Republican Party. I’ll bet good money that 999 out of every 1,000 people today have never even heard of him.

    The media carrying on about David Duke is analogous to the old cartoon meme of a woman standing on a chair shrieking “Eek! A mouse!”

    • Replies: @The Only Catholic Unionist
    @Dr. X

    Oh, yes, the Donks are never called upon for weeks on end to disavow their Communist/Anarchist/Black Panther/etc. supporters. There may be people who support you for their own reasons, and one cannot be responsible for them all.

    Someone, IIRC it was Jennifer Rubin, said something like "Byron York and David Duke both loved [something Trump did]. One of them is wrong." The self-styled "Human Rights Campaign" and the father of the Orland mass-murderer both support Clinton. One of them is seriously misguided, and you'd think a self-styled conservative would be focusing on that instead...

    , @fish
    @Dr. X


    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there?
     
    C'mon.....I have it on good authority that Mr. Trump attended Klan rallies sponsored by the Manhattan and Martha Vineyard Klaverns on a regular basis.

    Stop being so blind!
    , @Bill Jones
    @Dr. X

    "How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes."

    And the number who are not federal agents is probably negative.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

  27. It must feel liberating, over at The Times, to be finally free of any need to appear nonpartisan.

    The question now is, at what point do our campaign finance laws start to apply to The Times? Are they really more than a daily political infomercial now (ok, with sports and weather thrown in)?

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
    @International Jew

    Pure panic on their part.

  28. Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.

    I’m actually really glad to hear this, because, if Trump loses, at least black people won’t bitch about racism anymore.

  29. Ladies and gentlemen, the New York Times is proud to present its newest documentary, Der Ewige Drumpf.

    • Replies: @Ivy
    @Hunsdon

    Followed by EigenTrump

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

  30. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.

    Ergo…….????

  31. @dearieme
    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz, @The Alarmist, @fish, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Yes but her mistress is the “other”…..so she’s got that going for her….which is nice.

  32. @International Jew
    It must feel liberating, over at The Times, to be finally free of any need to appear nonpartisan.

    The question now is, at what point do our campaign finance laws start to apply to The Times? Are they really more than a daily political infomercial now (ok, with sports and weather thrown in)?

    Replies: @Unladen Swallow

    Pure panic on their part.

  33. @Anonym
    Deporting the Statue of Liberty is too extreme. All that is needed is to pop the rivets off The New Colossus.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    • Replies: @Cloudswrest
    @Prof. Woland

    Was there a previous plaque? What did "the original" say?

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    , @syonredux
    @Prof. Woland


    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.
     
    Indeed. People seem to have entirely forgotten that it's the Statue of Liberty, not the Goddess of Endless Immigration
    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Prof. Woland

    Agreed!

    The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France, our ally in our revolution and the home of another revolution. It stands for LIBERTY obviously, not immigration. That is a concept apparently beyond the masses of cattle who fall for Emma Lazarus's graffiti.

    I wish it hadn't been planted way out there in the harbor. It looks like a tchotchke out there in the water, and you have to ride a goddamed ferry to get to it. They should have put it in the middle of Central Park so people could get a real feel for the immensity of it, the power of it, and its true meaning: The Power of the Individual, in other words Liberty.

    Give me your tired and poor MY ASS. Be free and lead your life as you see fit; this is your country! You own it!

    , @artichoke
    @Prof. Woland

    I don't know what the original plaque said.

    But how about this: flip over Lazarus' plaque and chisel in the other side "No Vacancy".

    That was then. We're full now, at least for the time being while we sort things out internally.

    , @Anonym
    @Prof. Woland

    That's what I meant. By "The New Colossus" I referred to the plaque. That's the title of the poem. I was going to suggest that a bucket of acid be kept close at hand for the purpose.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    , @PiltdownMan
    @Prof. Woland


    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.
     
    Actually, all that will be done is that the poem will be replaced by one in Somali.
  34. Mr Cohen will no doubt be aware that Farage was and is fairly sanguine on controlled immigration. Some of his more businesslike backers are, for example, Sub-continentals of various stripes, who are as appalled as any Ancient Brit by the recent forcible EU freeloaders’ free-for-all, which is submerging and immiserating the lower-earning locals in a vast tidal wave of former communists leveraging the wage differentials and the infinitely malleable non-contributory welfare systems. Almost all of whom are white-white-whitety-white nominal Christians or secularists.

    UKIP seem to want to both reduce the flow and tip the balance of the immigration mixer tap back towards the Commonwealth/former Empire, away from what until very recently were Britain’s sworn and deadly enemies.
    Strange “last hate-filled stand of the white man”, that wants to turn right “down”, or better “off”, the white European tap, while nudging down the brown, yellow and even black taps.
    And nobody at all except the landlords wants herds of subnormal, psychotic, entitled “refugees” who will have to be lavishly cared for, in blissful idleness, possibly for generations, until their evident innate incapacity renders them unable to even breed, never mind feed themselves.

  35. From the NYT:
    Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.

    No, theirs is the cutting edge of a movement that rejects the notion that societies have an externally imposed duty to reflect globalization. And it’s leftists that can’t except that our society has irrevocably changed in this respect.

  36. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    Was there a previous plaque? What did “the original” say?

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @Cloudswrest


    Was there a previous plaque? What did “the original” say?
     
    http://www.pbase.com/image/64835303

    It commemorated the friendship between France and the United States.

  37. @The Alarmist
    @dearieme


    "Hillary is married to an American gangster."
     
    Hillary is married to a draft-dodging, dope-smoking, coke-snorting, reputedly serial-rapist, allegedly dope-smuggling, possibly money-laundering, likely fraudulent-charity-running, unindicted gangster.

    There, fixed it for ya!

    Replies: @Anonymous


    “Hillary is married to an American gangster.”

    Hillary is married to a draft-dodging, dope-smoking, coke-snorting, reputedly serial-rapist, allegedly dope-smuggling, possibly money-laundering, likely fraudulent-charity-running, unindicted gangster.

    There, fixed it for ya!

    …with a small penis.*

    There, fixed it for both of ya!

    *According to Gennifer Flowers in Penthouse.

  38. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Indeed. People seem to have entirely forgotten that it’s the Statue of Liberty, not the Goddess of Endless Immigration

  39. They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit. Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.

    But hey, at least Jewish supremacy is being maintained in Israel…..

  40. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    Agreed!

    The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France, our ally in our revolution and the home of another revolution. It stands for LIBERTY obviously, not immigration. That is a concept apparently beyond the masses of cattle who fall for Emma Lazarus’s graffiti.

    I wish it hadn’t been planted way out there in the harbor. It looks like a tchotchke out there in the water, and you have to ride a goddamed ferry to get to it. They should have put it in the middle of Central Park so people could get a real feel for the immensity of it, the power of it, and its true meaning: The Power of the Individual, in other words Liberty.

    Give me your tired and poor MY ASS. Be free and lead your life as you see fit; this is your country! You own it!

  41. @Dr. X

    Despite the media misread by some who presented the speech as a pivot, it got rave reviews from neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan supporters, and prompted some of Trump’s few Latino advisers to resign in protest. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.
     
    This "Nazi" and "KKK" meme is actually becoming hilarious. Every time Trump says anything, the mainstream media somehow has to tie it to David Duke and the Nazis.

    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I'll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes. As for Duke, he's a throwback to the 1980s and 1990s. He ran for one term in the Louisiana legislature in the 1990s and got disowned by the Republican Party. I'll bet good money that 999 out of every 1,000 people today have never even heard of him.

    The media carrying on about David Duke is analogous to the old cartoon meme of a woman standing on a chair shrieking "Eek! A mouse!"

    Replies: @The Only Catholic Unionist, @fish, @Bill Jones

    Oh, yes, the Donks are never called upon for weeks on end to disavow their Communist/Anarchist/Black Panther/etc. supporters. There may be people who support you for their own reasons, and one cannot be responsible for them all.

    Someone, IIRC it was Jennifer Rubin, said something like “Byron York and David Duke both loved [something Trump did]. One of them is wrong.” The self-styled “Human Rights Campaign” and the father of the Orland mass-murderer both support Clinton. One of them is seriously misguided, and you’d think a self-styled conservative would be focusing on that instead…

  42. @Hunsdon
    Ladies and gentlemen, the New York Times is proud to present its newest documentary, Der Ewige Drumpf.

    Replies: @Ivy

  43. @Dr. X

    Despite the media misread by some who presented the speech as a pivot, it got rave reviews from neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan supporters, and prompted some of Trump’s few Latino advisers to resign in protest. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.
     
    This "Nazi" and "KKK" meme is actually becoming hilarious. Every time Trump says anything, the mainstream media somehow has to tie it to David Duke and the Nazis.

    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I'll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes. As for Duke, he's a throwback to the 1980s and 1990s. He ran for one term in the Louisiana legislature in the 1990s and got disowned by the Republican Party. I'll bet good money that 999 out of every 1,000 people today have never even heard of him.

    The media carrying on about David Duke is analogous to the old cartoon meme of a woman standing on a chair shrieking "Eek! A mouse!"

    Replies: @The Only Catholic Unionist, @fish, @Bill Jones

    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there?

    C’mon…..I have it on good authority that Mr. Trump attended Klan rallies sponsored by the Manhattan and Martha Vineyard Klaverns on a regular basis.

    Stop being so blind!

  44. @Amasius
    "Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color."

    What if you substituted "red" for "white" and you were talking about, say, Chief Joseph and his people. Would that be okay?

    Replies: @guest

    It’s okay because they’re white, duh.

  45. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave
    The Times wrote:

    They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit. Theirs is the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.
     
    Hmmm... if I actually believed that South Americans, black Africans, Mideasterners, etc. were benefiting from what the Times calls "globalization," I'd feel better about it. Unfortunately, I'm not sure the "New World Order" will benefit the majority of the people in any country. It does, however, seem to be of benefit to members of the (mainly white) global elite.

    Dave Miller in Sacramento

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Oh yes brilliant, a “white” global elite. Not at all the co-ethnics of the author of the NYT piece who is gloating about an on-going process of (largely bloodless, as of yet) genocide against those awful white people being uppity with their last HATE-FILLED dying gasp of trying to not be wiped out.

  46. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @dearieme
    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz, @The Alarmist, @fish, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    Farage is of largely Germanic stock himself. It’s not a huge contradiction there.

    You’re really trying to insert virtue signalling into something rather than cut to the point about what mass immigration (part of “globalization”) is really about and what it’s doing: Making countries worse, benefiting no one but this rootless elite, and literally wiping out European populations the world over.

  47. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    I don’t know what the original plaque said.

    But how about this: flip over Lazarus’ plaque and chisel in the other side “No Vacancy”.

    That was then. We’re full now, at least for the time being while we sort things out internally.

  48. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    That’s what I meant. By “The New Colossus” I referred to the plaque. That’s the title of the poem. I was going to suggest that a bucket of acid be kept close at hand for the purpose.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Now I know.

  49. Anonymous [AKA "middle Amerikan"] says:

    I do enjoy the calm and even-tempered analyses of the Times. Nuancey yet drily comprehensive, their writers manage to convey the complexities of a public dilemma with lucidity and insight, e.g. Nazis Everywhere

  50. @dearieme
    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
    Hillary is married to an American gangster.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz, @The Alarmist, @fish, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.

    In PC-speak, immigrant tends to mean “non-White,” at least on an implicit level.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @syonredux

    Totally. And it’s an accurate rule of thumb if you see a random person and wonder what they’re up to. If you overhear someone speaking French or German, it’s 95% they’re tourists. But someone from the Third World, if he doesn’t have a camera hanging from his neck, he’s an immigrant.

    Remember Thomas Duncan, that Liberian dude who became the first person to die in our brief Ebola scare in 2014? Not much was known about him or his intentions, except that he’d come on a tourist visa. And yet when he fell ill, at least one news source I remember referred to him as an “immigrant”.

  51. @5371
    I understand that Roger "The Dodger" Cohen originates in South Africa. There's a country free from the hate-filled stand of the white man, and yet inexplicably he left and shows no sign of going back. A mystery.

    Replies: @Sid Falco

    Cohen’s primary identity is jewish, not white.

  52. Globalisation, brought to you by the same people who brought Bolshevism and with the same aim – so they can lord it over the rest of us.

  53. @Anonym
    @Prof. Woland

    That's what I meant. By "The New Colossus" I referred to the plaque. That's the title of the poem. I was going to suggest that a bucket of acid be kept close at hand for the purpose.

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    Now I know.

  54. @Cloudswrest
    @Prof. Woland

    Was there a previous plaque? What did "the original" say?

    Replies: @Prof. Woland

    Was there a previous plaque? What did “the original” say?

    http://www.pbase.com/image/64835303

    It commemorated the friendship between France and the United States.

  55. It is Hilarious that Trump is the most Jewish Candidate ever. He’s just about as close as you can get to Bibi Netanyahu (who he made a TV commercial for) without actually being Bibi.

  56. @syonredux
    @dearieme


    Farage is so anti-immigrant that he is married to a German. Trump is married to a Slovenian.
     
    In PC-speak, immigrant tends to mean "non-White," at least on an implicit level.

    Replies: @International Jew

    Totally. And it’s an accurate rule of thumb if you see a random person and wonder what they’re up to. If you overhear someone speaking French or German, it’s 95% they’re tourists. But someone from the Third World, if he doesn’t have a camera hanging from his neck, he’s an immigrant.

    Remember Thomas Duncan, that Liberian dude who became the first person to die in our brief Ebola scare in 2014? Not much was known about him or his intentions, except that he’d come on a tourist visa. And yet when he fell ill, at least one news source I remember referred to him as an “immigrant”.

  57. @Dr. X

    Despite the media misread by some who presented the speech as a pivot, it got rave reviews from neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan supporters, and prompted some of Trump’s few Latino advisers to resign in protest. “Excellent speech,” said David Duke, the former Klan leader.
     
    This "Nazi" and "KKK" meme is actually becoming hilarious. Every time Trump says anything, the mainstream media somehow has to tie it to David Duke and the Nazis.

    Seriously? How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I'll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes. As for Duke, he's a throwback to the 1980s and 1990s. He ran for one term in the Louisiana legislature in the 1990s and got disowned by the Republican Party. I'll bet good money that 999 out of every 1,000 people today have never even heard of him.

    The media carrying on about David Duke is analogous to the old cartoon meme of a woman standing on a chair shrieking "Eek! A mouse!"

    Replies: @The Only Catholic Unionist, @fish, @Bill Jones

    “How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes.”

    And the number who are not federal agents is probably negative.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Bill Jones


    “How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes.”
     
    Let's put it this way ... Ukraine probably has more outright Nazis than the US, and Ukranian Nazis seem to get the full support of the US and its neocons (go figure), so is getting the support of home grown Nazis, especially when it is unsolicited, as bad thing a thing as leading a govt that actively supports foreign Nazis?
  58. The New York Times hack wrote that Donald Trump in his immigration speech “all but deported the Statue of Liberty.” This degree of historical cluelessness is a new low even for the Times. The lady in New York harbor has nothing to do with immigration, that little poem by Emma Lazarus was tacked on some years later. The statue was a gift from the French people on our hundredth birthday, in 1876. Her name is “Liberty Enlightening the World,” which is why she’s carrying a torch. What she’s enlightening the world with is shown on the book she’s holding in her left hand, marked “1776”–the ideals of the American Revolution and the Declaration of Independence. As amplified by Washington and Jefferson, these included no entangling alliances with other powers and no foreign wars. These are views much more aligned with Donald Trump’s position and the opposite of the position of the Queen of Chaos.

  59. If Roger Cohen is offended by something, it must make sense, be reasonable, and not be destructive to the historic American nation.

    He is as traitorous to our country as they come, and he cloaks himself well in sanctimony and hypocrisy.

    May he find his way back to Israel.

  60. @Mark Eugenikos
    Apparently, NYT has turned itself into something combining SPLC and the Onion. Maybe they will realize it some day.

    Replies: @Guillaume Durocher, @The Alarmist, @Desiderius, @Buck Dodgers Superstar

    (((Their))) world is disintegrating AND they know it. It is astonishing. It is like watching Michael Phelps drown.

  61. How many B-52s does the New York Times command?

    • Replies: @Dr Hook
    @King George III

    How many B-52s does the New York Times command?
    All of them?

    Replies: @King George III

  62. @Jean Cocteausten
    Zeroth Amendment: The power to make mmigration policy shall be vested in a neurotic 3% minority.

    Replies: @StickNCA

    Well at least 3% is a larger portion of the population than the small LBGT community which has been making US social policy.

  63. The NYT, (“All the propaganda that we can fit in print”) simply wants to experience that euphoric feeling that the LBGT community has enjoyed for the past 20 years. They even mimic the “in your face” words and actions of the “oppressed”.

  64. @Prof. Woland
    @Anonym

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest, @syonredux, @Buzz Mohawk, @artichoke, @Anonym, @PiltdownMan

    Actually, all that needs to be done is chip off the misleading plaque written by Emma Lazarus and replace it with the original.

    Actually, all that will be done is that the poem will be replaced by one in Somali.

  65. Let’s see, according to Roger Cohen himself, Farage condemned “the big banks…the multinationals.”

    Cohen translates this as: “the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.”

    Non sequitur much?

    It’s actually quite enjoyable to see how far Brexit has tipped Cohen over the edge. I certainly hope you do vote for Trump and finish off the job.

  66. @Anonymous

    … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.
     
    Farage was a trader for multinational investment banks...

    Replies: @Romanian, @Anonymous, @Philethenes

    He was a futures broker at a private primarily metals dealer.

  67. The NY Times writer likes to give the impression that he is an enlightened “white” guy speaking out against the hateful rhetoric of the extreme right, but his name (((Cohen))) gives away his true perspective to those of us who are in the know. Only a matter of 5 or so years ago I was dumbfounded about how so many whites could be so hateful towards their own people. While I do acknowledge that there are some genuine whites who have absorbed this message and truly believe they are being virtuous by not taking their own side, the sordid history of how such perspectives came to be so widespread in our society has little to do with them. Rather, it has everything to do with a highly ethnocentric people who have despised European goyim in particular and viewed them with suspicion after every expulsion they experienced at the hands of “crazy hateful” Europeans hating for no apparent reason. Of course, their reasons were numerous, and the current ethnic cleansing of whites from the world is undeniable evidence that whatever their faults, they obviously didn’t ever go far enough to protect themselves from the cultural subversion and exploitation of this righteously indignant (((group))).

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Brent

    Interesting commentary

  68. @King George III
    How many B-52s does the New York Times command?

    Replies: @Dr Hook

    How many B-52s does the New York Times command?
    All of them?

    • Replies: @King George III
    @Dr Hook

    The New York Times has as many B-52s as the Pope had divisions.

    That is to say, none.

  69. @Brent
    The NY Times writer likes to give the impression that he is an enlightened "white" guy speaking out against the hateful rhetoric of the extreme right, but his name (((Cohen))) gives away his true perspective to those of us who are in the know. Only a matter of 5 or so years ago I was dumbfounded about how so many whites could be so hateful towards their own people. While I do acknowledge that there are some genuine whites who have absorbed this message and truly believe they are being virtuous by not taking their own side, the sordid history of how such perspectives came to be so widespread in our society has little to do with them. Rather, it has everything to do with a highly ethnocentric people who have despised European goyim in particular and viewed them with suspicion after every expulsion they experienced at the hands of "crazy hateful" Europeans hating for no apparent reason. Of course, their reasons were numerous, and the current ethnic cleansing of whites from the world is undeniable evidence that whatever their faults, they obviously didn't ever go far enough to protect themselves from the cultural subversion and exploitation of this righteously indignant (((group))).

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Interesting commentary

  70. @eah
    More relevant than ever today -- from Human Events in 2005 -- A Nation of Widgets: The Wall Street Journal and Open Borders

    Replies: @eah

    • Replies: @Jason Liu
    @eah

    She looks white to me.

    , @celt darnell
    @eah

    Honestly, she looks pretty white to me. Obviously in excess of 75%

    A more honest version would be to combine the races in proportion to their numbers globally.

    With white people projected to be less than 10% of the world's population by 2060, "The New Face of America" is going several shades darker with far fewer white features than this young lady's.

    Replies: @eah

    , @Expletive Deleted
    @eah

    Fake. The real deal carries maybe 60-130 lbs extra, guaranteed.

  71. … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.

    They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit.

    Indeed. All True Americans must stand up and be counted on the side of the big banks and the multinationals! Power to the oligarchs!

    It is Hilarious that Trump is the most Jewish Candidate ever. He’s just about as close as you can get to Bibi Netanyahu (who he made a TV commercial for) without actually being Bibi.

    Wrong as usual. Jews hate Hate HATE Trump. What do you figure the ratio of media Jew hate:love for Trump is? 100:1? I bet that’s in the ball park.

    He’s the least Jewish presidential candidate ever, obviously. That’s because he’s trampling all over one of the Jewish 10 Commandments: “for me, but not for thee.” Bibi certainly knows this, which is why he distanced himself from Trump early on, and has made zero overtures.

    Christianity took the Covenant away from the Jews, and gave it to humanity. Which is a big part of why Jews are so hostile to Christ, Christianity, and Christians. Trump is trying to take Jewish nationalism and give it to whites, which is why Jews are so hostile to Trump.

    Talking about how Jewish Christianity is, how Jewish Trump is, is like saying Jews loved National Socialism because Jews are so into Socialism.

    You buffoon.

    • Replies: @Gabriel M
    @Svigor

    Plonker, what "overtures" should Netanyahu have made that other western leaders have made?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-36300005
    "David Cameron stands by attack on Donald Trump over Muslim 'ban'"

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/aug/03/francois-hollande-says-donald-trump-makes-you-want-to-retch
    "François Hollande says Donald Trump 'makes you want to retch'"


    http://www.hotglobalnews.com/donald-trump-banned-from-entering-canada/#
    "Justin Trudeau Bans Donald Trump From Entering Canada"


    The vast majority of white people the world over hate right-wing Americans more than any other group of people on earth. This is why Trump, by following the "Sailer Strategy" is doing worse with Whites than Romney and McCain. "White Nationalism" doesn't even get off the ground because liberalism is the religion of white people.

    Israel is almost certainly the most pro-Trump country of any significance on earth.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-elections/donald-trump-as-president-the-rest-of-the-world-takes-a-decidedly-dim-view-a7109626.html

  72. @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/Brannon1066/status/772090989741682688

    Replies: @Jason Liu, @celt darnell, @Expletive Deleted

    She looks white to me.

  73. From what I’ve seen, white liberal hates white conservatives and white proles more than any group hates any other, including minorities vs majorities or other minorities.

    Yes, Jews are a part of that, but they’re far from the only ones. In order to defeat globalism, we must put the urban white liberal ethos to death.

  74. @Bill Jones
    @Dr. X

    "How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes."

    And the number who are not federal agents is probably negative.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    “How many actual Nazis (and Klansmen) are out there? I’ll bet you can count the actual number without needing all your fingers and toes.”

    Let’s put it this way … Ukraine probably has more outright Nazis than the US, and Ukranian Nazis seem to get the full support of the US and its neocons (go figure), so is getting the support of home grown Nazis, especially when it is unsolicited, as bad thing a thing as leading a govt that actively supports foreign Nazis?

  75. Here’s a good example of blacks hating whites. A lone, elderly, slight and white demonstrator in Philly, holding a sign saying, “I love walls,” has the sign ripped from his hands and is knocked to the ground by a black man half his age. Getting knocked down is justified when a white man tries to retain his sign, I guess.

    …When the weather was hot and the language more fiery, Khalif, a Black Lives Matter leader in the city, knocked to the ground a lone Donald Trump supporter who showed up for his visit to Philadelphia.

    “He put his hands on me first,” Khalif said as police separated the two.

    “I came here to express my First Amendment rights peacefully,” Lambert told police. “That was not peaceful.”

    Khalif was not charged.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/presidential/20160903_N__Philly_lays_out_an_unwelcome_mat_for_Trump.html?photo_1

  76. @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/Brannon1066/status/772090989741682688

    Replies: @Jason Liu, @celt darnell, @Expletive Deleted

    Honestly, she looks pretty white to me. Obviously in excess of 75%

    A more honest version would be to combine the races in proportion to their numbers globally.

    With white people projected to be less than 10% of the world’s population by 2060, “The New Face of America” is going several shades darker with far fewer white features than this young lady’s.

    • Replies: @eah
    @celt darnell

    The (synthesized) image was not necessarily the most important point of my two (related) comments...

  77. Trump and Farage represent “the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color.”

    I never thought I’d live to see the day a Cohen became a realtalker right in the NYT. I agree with every word except ‘hate’ (we’re phlegmatically slow to hate) and ‘irrevocably.’ Thanks to the impatience of the Cohanim, the whole thing is blowing wide open just before that planned irrevocability. Thus the sputtering rage from the NYT.

    Now if only some publications that swing voters read will take their cue from the grey eminence.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack Highlands

    Excellent comment. Very perceptive, incisive.

  78. @Svigor

    … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.

    They are politicians delivering ugly messages — explicit and implicit.
     
    Indeed. All True Americans must stand up and be counted on the side of the big banks and the multinationals! Power to the oligarchs!

    It is Hilarious that Trump is the most Jewish Candidate ever. He’s just about as close as you can get to Bibi Netanyahu (who he made a TV commercial for) without actually being Bibi.
     
    Wrong as usual. Jews hate Hate HATE Trump. What do you figure the ratio of media Jew hate:love for Trump is? 100:1? I bet that's in the ball park.

    He's the least Jewish presidential candidate ever, obviously. That's because he's trampling all over one of the Jewish 10 Commandments: "for me, but not for thee." Bibi certainly knows this, which is why he distanced himself from Trump early on, and has made zero overtures.

    Christianity took the Covenant away from the Jews, and gave it to humanity. Which is a big part of why Jews are so hostile to Christ, Christianity, and Christians. Trump is trying to take Jewish nationalism and give it to whites, which is why Jews are so hostile to Trump.

    Talking about how Jewish Christianity is, how Jewish Trump is, is like saying Jews loved National Socialism because Jews are so into Socialism.

    You buffoon.

    Replies: @Gabriel M

    Plonker, what “overtures” should Netanyahu have made that other western leaders have made?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-36300005
    “David Cameron stands by attack on Donald Trump over Muslim ‘ban’”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/aug/03/francois-hollande-says-donald-trump-makes-you-want-to-retch
    “François Hollande says Donald Trump ‘makes you want to retch’”

    http://www.hotglobalnews.com/donald-trump-banned-from-entering-canada/#
    “Justin Trudeau Bans Donald Trump From Entering Canada”

    The vast majority of white people the world over hate right-wing Americans more than any other group of people on earth. This is why Trump, by following the “Sailer Strategy” is doing worse with Whites than Romney and McCain. “White Nationalism” doesn’t even get off the ground because liberalism is the religion of white people.

    Israel is almost certainly the most pro-Trump country of any significance on earth.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-elections/donald-trump-as-president-the-rest-of-the-world-takes-a-decidedly-dim-view-a7109626.html

  79. @Keith Vaz
    @dearieme

    They are both married to White women. Nationality irrelevant

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    Nationality irrelevant

    Not wholly. Trump is into six-foot Slavs. Ivana (6′) is Czech and Melania (5’11”) is Slovenian.

  80. @Dr Hook
    @King George III

    How many B-52s does the New York Times command?
    All of them?

    Replies: @King George III

    The New York Times has as many B-52s as the Pope had divisions.

    That is to say, none.

  81. @celt darnell
    @eah

    Honestly, she looks pretty white to me. Obviously in excess of 75%

    A more honest version would be to combine the races in proportion to their numbers globally.

    With white people projected to be less than 10% of the world's population by 2060, "The New Face of America" is going several shades darker with far fewer white features than this young lady's.

    Replies: @eah

    The (synthesized) image was not necessarily the most important point of my two (related) comments…

  82. The Communist Party USA has endorsed Hillary.

    http://www.wnd.com/2016/08/communist-party-unites-behind-hillary/

    I do not anticipate chin-tugging by Timothy Egan of the New York Times on the Deeper Meaning of the matter.

  83. If we erase nations we erase cultures ant the World will become a mediocre mess.

    Countries that excel set the pace for others. Only by having separate cultures, countries it is possible to create the freedom to allow countries to innovate socially, culturally, scientifically, economically.

    Radical innovation can not occurr under one global culture because it will impose values, laws, institutions that make ratical innovation impossible. If we develop a world culture we will develop world government and laws.

    Furthermore, as the majority of cultures of the World do not have the values and skills to create democracy, prosperity, freedom, rule of law and not rule of men, the elected wold rulers will not be the right ones because most voters do not understand what sort of leaders to ellect.

    Cultural and economic globalization is total madness.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Hardtruths

    You mean that actual diversity is the obverse of what is made to go by the name of "diversity", and I agree.

    You achieve diversity by not blending different cultures.
    Blending achieves two things: conflict, until only one culture emerges. Which implies the neutralization into oblivion of all other cultures.

  84. The liberals do not believe in an independent media or democracy. Once the people turn right the liberals can not accept it and try to intimidate with “Hitler”, “Nazis”, etc. But democracy means the majority of people may decide, for example, not to accept one more immigrant ant as long as they do it by electing the government that does it, it is a totally demogratic action.

    Unfortunately the liberals are not democratic because they believe in the absolute truths revealed by Prophet Marx in Das Kapital, holy book, to create the promised land of milk and honey. Total madness as real communism. Hitler, Stalin also believed that.

  85. @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/Brannon1066/status/772090989741682688

    Replies: @Jason Liu, @celt darnell, @Expletive Deleted

    Fake. The real deal carries maybe 60-130 lbs extra, guaranteed.

  86. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @Guillaume Durocher

    Monsieur, deportation would be far more merciful than they deserve.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I disagree absolutely.
    All deserve mercy, haters no less than others (more, maybe?).

    Intelligence and will need no violence, no vengeance.
    I would do these people no harm at all, one because I am against doing harm, second to show them that I am unlike them.

    I would immediately force them to stop harming the many people they have been harming to pursue elitist interest colored with strong ethnic animus overtones.
    Then I would proceed to tell them, the haters, that there be no reason why they themselves should wish to stay in this country any longer, and, at any rate, no reason why they should be allowed to stay in this country any longer.

    Fairness, always. Hatred and violence, never.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Good comment that also may be rhetorically promising: "You are harming people in pursuit of elite interests, tinged with racial animus. And, maybe you want to leave."

  87. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Hardtruths
    If we erase nations we erase cultures ant the World will become a mediocre mess.

    Countries that excel set the pace for others. Only by having separate cultures, countries it is possible to create the freedom to allow countries to innovate socially, culturally, scientifically, economically.

    Radical innovation can not occurr under one global culture because it will impose values, laws, institutions that make ratical innovation impossible. If we develop a world culture we will develop world government and laws.

    Furthermore, as the majority of cultures of the World do not have the values and skills to create democracy, prosperity, freedom, rule of law and not rule of men, the elected wold rulers will not be the right ones because most voters do not understand what sort of leaders to ellect.

    Cultural and economic globalization is total madness.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    You mean that actual diversity is the obverse of what is made to go by the name of “diversity”, and I agree.

    You achieve diversity by not blending different cultures.
    Blending achieves two things: conflict, until only one culture emerges. Which implies the neutralization into oblivion of all other cultures.

  88. @Jack Highlands
    Trump and Farage represent "the last hate-filled stand of the white man in societies that globalization has irrevocably changed in composition and color."

    I never thought I'd live to see the day a Cohen became a realtalker right in the NYT. I agree with every word except 'hate' (we're phlegmatically slow to hate) and 'irrevocably.' Thanks to the impatience of the Cohanim, the whole thing is blowing wide open just before that planned irrevocability. Thus the sputtering rage from the NYT.

    Now if only some publications that swing voters read will take their cue from the grey eminence.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Excellent comment. Very perceptive, incisive.

  89. @Anonymous
    @AndrewR

    I disagree absolutely.
    All deserve mercy, haters no less than others (more, maybe?).

    Intelligence and will need no violence, no vengeance.
    I would do these people no harm at all, one because I am against doing harm, second to show them that I am unlike them.

    I would immediately force them to stop harming the many people they have been harming to pursue elitist interest colored with strong ethnic animus overtones.
    Then I would proceed to tell them, the haters, that there be no reason why they themselves should wish to stay in this country any longer, and, at any rate, no reason why they should be allowed to stay in this country any longer.

    Fairness, always. Hatred and violence, never.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Good comment that also may be rhetorically promising: “You are harming people in pursuit of elite interests, tinged with racial animus. And, maybe you want to leave.”

  90. @Anonymous

    … “If the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks, we can overcome the multinationals,” Farage declared with Trump looking on approvingly.
     
    Farage was a trader for multinational investment banks...

    Replies: @Romanian, @Anonymous, @Philethenes

    Then he knows what he is talking about, just like being an MEP he can educate himself about the organisation by being in it. This funnily enough reminds me of James Goldsmith who founded UKIP, who was once part of the internationalist banker circle but had a crisis of faith, evident from his last and rather apocalyptical book he published before he died.

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