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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

Mandatory upbeat story for the upcoming New Year: Americans are pushing back against the antiwhite radicals in the political, media, judicial and medical Establishments.

You’ll recall Sandmann as the then-16-year-old student from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky who participated in the 2019 March for Life in Washington, D.C. At the Lincoln Memorial after the march Sandmann and his group—many of whom, including Nicholas, were wearing MAGA caps—were confronted by some hostiles.

A party from some outfit called the Black Hebrew Israelites were shouting insults at them, and an American aborigine named Nathan Phillips was beating a drum and chanting at them in some aboriginal language.

Phillips came right up to Sandmann, chanting and drumming right in his face. Sandmann stood dead still and smiled.

That, the media instructed us, was white supremacist.

It was plain to anyone of sense that the kid was just trying to be polite and non-confrontational, but the media commies presented him as the villain of the incident. By the time the story faded Nicholas Sandmann had been fixed in the public mind as this generation’s Bull Connor. In addition to the emotional distress this has caused to Sandmann and his family, the young man’s reputation and career prospects have obviously suffered.

But he has been suing the media outlets energetically. Last year he got settlements from CNN and The Washington Post [Sandmann announces \$250M lawsuit settled with Washington Post, FOX19, July 24, 2020]. This latest one is from NBC. Still on Sandmann’s list: ABC, CBS, The Guardian, HuffPost, NPR, Slate, The Hill, and Gannett (which owns USA Today and a lot of local outlets).

We don’t know the size of these settlements, but The New York Post quotes a civil-litigation expert that the CNN deal was worth “at least seven figures.” Sandmann’s original filing against NBC asked for \$275 million. By the time it’s all over, Nicholas Sandmann should be set up for life.

I cheer that prospect. And may Nicholas Sandmann use his settlements, along with his native good sense, smarts, and patriotism, for the public benefit.

Merry Christmas, Nicholas!

  • Second exhibit: There is speculation that Kyle Rittenhouse, acquitted last month of shooting two terrorists and wounding a third, may have some civil lawsuits of his own in mind.

I don’t know enough about the law to estimate Rittenhouse’s prospects, but while I’ve cheered his acquittal and wish him all the luck in the world, it seems to me that his case for damages is different from Sandmann’s in important ways. He did actually shoot people. Sure, it was justifiable self-defense; but that’s a lot different than just standing there grinning, which is all Sandmann did.

Meanwhile young Kyle got a standing ovation at the Turning Point USA conference in Phoenix on Monday [Kyle Rittenhouse gets standing ovation from conservatives, says he may sue media outlets, by Timothy Bella, Washington Post, December 26, 2021] It was, said one TV anchorperson, “a rock star reception.”

Eighteen-year-old Kyle is in fact something like a rock star to the young patriots at TPUSA. He has, The Washington Post’s Bella tells us, “been embraced by conservatives in the weeks after he was acquitted.”

That’s great. But with rock stars in mind, I’d advise young Kyle to be discriminating about who precisely embraces him.

Remember what your Mom told you about going out on a winter’s day without a scarf, Kyle: you might catch something.

  • Third exhibit: Also in the file of Americans pushing back against the Antiwhite radicals, here’s an encouraging story related to the Waukesha Christmas Massacre.

You may not remember the Waukesha Christmas Parade massacre. It was only five weeks ago, but the Regime Media has deep-sixed it to the best of their ability, because the perp was black and the victims all white, making it not at all newsworthy.

Not at all! Where are the proofs for that latest story about Emmett Till?

So just to refresh your memory: The Waukesha Christmas Parade massacre was the incident on Sunday November 21st when a white-hating black man drove his SUV into a festival parade, killing six and injuring sixty-two, many seriously.

One of those killed was an eight-year-old child. Most of the rest were older citizens, the oldest 81.

The perp, 39-year-old Darrell Brooks, is a black ne’er-do-well with a long rap sheet of assaults and sex crimes, along with an online trail of antiwhite posts. Just three weeks before the parade massacre he’d been arrested for driving that same SUV at his girlfriend and charged with felony domestic abuse and “a serious weapons-related offense.” For that he’d been released on a thousand dollars bail, which he’d posted just two days before the massacre [Residents Demand DA Be Fired After Waukesha Parade Massacre, Breitbart, December 26, 2021].

The encouraging story here: a group of citizens has petitioned Wisconsin’s Governor Tony Evers to fire Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm.

They argue that DA Chisholm, a turn-’em-loose Lefty, is responsible for that thousand dollars bail that set Brooks free to commit the massacre two days later. The bail was “inappropriately low,” they say, given Brooks’ criminal history and the pending felony charges against him.

In response, DA Chisholm has blamed one of his underlings for the bail decision.

Given that Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers is a bleeding-heart liberal who has never had a job outside politics and the public-education bureaucracy, I doubt this petition will succeed.

But I’m glad to see citizens at least trying to rid themselves of slimy nation-wreckers like DA Chisholm.

  • Fourth exhibitAmericans push back against COVID hysteria

Meanwhile, the pandemic rages on. Is this the end of civilization as we know it? You might think so, reading the headlines.

Drudge Report: “Cases rocket 509 percent in Florida, 541 percent in DC”; New York Times: “More Flight Cancellations Upend Holiday Travel … Delta, United and other airlines face staff shortages as workers contract the virus”; New York Post: “Bidens blasted over singing nurses’ WH performance as COVID-19 cases rise”; San Francisco Chronicle: “Bay Area hospitals say they are ready for omicron surges”; Guardian: “Omicron’s cold-like symptoms mean UK guidance ‘needs urgent update'”;

My own state’s strict governess Kathy Hochul has mandated we all wear masks indoors.

But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis. But that was all. I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID. Hey.

ORDER IT NOW

The experience has left me even more skeptical of the COVID hysteria than I was before. Sure, I know it can be a killer, especially of the elderly. That’s always been the case with colds and flu. Bertrand Russell died of the flu. (He was 97.) So public-health-wise, the sensible policy is: protect the most vulnerable and let the rest of us, the vast majority, get on with normal life.

The really upbeat news: this approach is increasingly the one favored by the general public—and even, to an increasing degree, by their elected representatives.

That mask mandate from New York State’s strict governess Kathy Hochul—who, by the way, was not elected: she took over when Andrew Cuomo slithered out of office— is being widely ignored. Here on Long Island, the chief executives of both Nassau County and my own Suffolk County have publicly declared they won’t enforce the mandate [Defiance of Gov. Hochul’s mask mandate grows as all of LI refuses to enforce it, By Bernadette Hogan and Bruce Golding, NY Post, December 17, 2021 ]. Both those chief executives, by the way, are Democrats, as of course is our strict governess who they’re defying.

And the commentariat has brought forth heroes and heroines to inspire our disdain for elite hysteria. A stellar example here: Heather Mac Donald over at The Spectator.

Heather’s December 20th post is titled Inside the Omicron fear factory, subtitle, “Public health chiefs and the media are working overtime to gin up hysteria.” The New York Post cross-published it under the different headline, in the print edition: How the Elite Keep Us Scared.

I’ll give you just a brief sample. Heather quotes a so-called public health expert at Georgetown University pooh-poohing reports of the Omicron variant’s lack of severity: “Even if infection is mild in many individuals, it’s not going to be mild in everyone.”

Mac Donald ripostes:

But that 100 percent mildness standard is unrealistic. There are outliers in any disease and any treatment; the question is: what is the predominant reality? The zero-risk, zero-harm standard for public policy adopted for the first time with COVID has proven a social, economic and public health disaster.

That’s absolutely right. It tells us something about the state of our nation, and of the state of the West in general, that we are nowadays so susceptible to these mass hysterias.

I actually find that hysteria more alarming than COVID. If we yield so easily to public-health hysterias, and to political hysterias like the Trump Derangement Syndrome of this past five years, shall we likewise be susceptible to military hysterias if our elites decide to gin one up? Now that is scary.

Again, though, we are seeing some healthy push-back against elite-sponsored hysteria from the public, from our representatives, and from brilliant commentators like Heather Mac Donald.

In this season of hope, there are good strong reasons to hope.

John Derbyshire [email him] writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him.) He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. He has had two books published by VDARE.com com: FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle) and FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT II: ESSAYS 2013.

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  1. None of that is really “pushback.” Another clickbait phony headline.

    • Troll: Rich
    • Replies: @Dr. X
    , @SBaker
  2. That was kind of sickening, Mr. D, that screenshot of the Drudge Report headlines. I quit pulling up his site about 4 or 5 years back, when it got stupid. I had no idea that he was not then already at the Peak of Stupidity.

    Speaking of Peak Stupidity, when you praised the commentariat, I was almost certain that you had our post OMΓ! in mind. In case you are neither a classics scholar nor a frat boy, that is capital Greek for OMG!. The post is a lighthearted look at the new attempt, hopefully unsuccessful, of induced hysteria based on a (get this!) variant of a virus. (Hey, I didn’t know viruses could do that!)

    Achmed E. Wormer, Dean of Student Stupidity says:

    “Panicked, masked, and stupid is no way to go through life, son!”

    When you set foot in Delta Omicron house, take off those stupid face diapers and gloves, because,

    The Greeks don’t want no Freaks!

    GATOR!!

    • LOL: Angharad
    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  3. I am glad to see that YOU see the hysteria now, Mr. Derbyshire. Many of us have understood what this PanicFest was for the last year and three quarters. If you’re just pointing out political figures, why not give some credit to Governor DeSantis of Florida, who has been defying this BS in the manner of a real Federalist for over a year now?

    I stepped outside of the airport terminal in the Florida Panhandle last summer and didn’t see a mask on anybody for the rest of the day.

    Then, others of us, yours truly included, have been flouting the incessant sanitizing, mask rules, curfews, sticker-standing, social distancing, and probably most importantly, vaccination pressuring, the whole time. You’re welcome!

    • Thanks: follyofwar
  4. The zero-risk, zero-harm standard for public policy adopted for the first time with COVID has proven a social, economic and public health disaster…

    It tells us something about the state of our nation, and of the state of the West in general, that we are nowadays so susceptible to these mass hysterias.

    It demonstrates how America views itself collectively as a sick, decrepit old man. Any society that viewed itself as youthful and vigorous would have reacted very differently to this alleged “pandemic”.

  5. I left Nassau County on Long Island in 1981, lived with folks in Florida where I met my hubby and have been in far west Texas ever since. Since when did Nassau County turn Democrat? It had been Republican since forever before that (except for a brief period in 60s with a lone Democrat Chief Executive (I think his name was Nickerson or soemthing)…..

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @SBaker
  6. @Achmed E. Newman

    Dean Wormer, where do I remember that name from? Oh yeah! Hey! I boffed your wife 60 years back! Now I remember! Hey, how’s she holding up?

    XOXOXO, I’m Eric Stratton and I was damned glad to meat her!

    • LOL: SBaker
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  7. @Flying Dutchman

    It demonstrates how America views itself collectively as a sick, decrepit old man. Any society that viewed itself as youthful and vigorous would have reacted very differently to this alleged “pandemic”.

    A society’s culture would surely play a role in the view, yes? Hive Mind/Group Think and the resultant behaviours may also occur where people think highly of themselves.

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  8. @Flying Dutchman

    Godammit man, that’s a god point!

    • Thanks: Flying Dutchman
  9. SteveK9 says:

    I’m a Scientist. Worked in Medicine the last 20 years. I could see this for what it was from day one. Never wore a mask, and sure as hell never considered one of these ‘treatments’. Managed to get a supply of both HCQ and Ivermectin, in case my wife got sick. We both likely had Covid at the very beginning … a lot of sleeping is what I remember. Started taking the usual vitamins, and neither of us has been sick with anything for almost 2 years. Oldest son wanted to stay over a couple of weeks ago. Felt bad, cold symptoms. Turns out he and my other son and all their friends had Covid. All have been vaccinated. My wife and I did not get sick.

    If Medicine had not been completely corrupted by Pharma over the last 30-40 years, the World could have gotten some good advice, and we would never have noticed anything unusual had happened at all.

  10. I’m triple-vaccinated

    I guess living inside a plastic bubble is the next logical step for anyone who’s this much of a hypochondriac.

  11. ruralguy says:

    “Real pushback” is when the Texas Rangers, wiped out the Comanches from the 1840s-1870s, by hunting them down after they repeatedly massacred whites. They wiped out the entire tribe, but learned from and adopted that tribes’ extremely aggressive tactics. “Real pushback” is when those same Rangers led an invasion of Mexico, after Mexico and its bandits repeatedly killed white settlers. It did most of the fighting, because the more cowardly U.S. troops wouldn’t (like today), storming through Mexico to Mexico City. “Real pushback” is when the Rangers shot thieves, murderers, and black depredators, on sight. “Real Pushback” is when the Rangers beat senseless the far-left agitators, during the 1950 forced integration, who wanted to destroy America with their promotion of anti-white, degenerate and overly effeminate ideology. Today, “Real Pushback” would mean suspending all laws, to allow the U.S. to purge this nation of the thieves, murderers, invaders, and far-left agitators, Texas Ranger style.

  12. @true.enough

    A society’s culture would surely play a role in the view, yes?

    Definitely. For example, just look at the way the culture views sexuality. It’s sex-obsessed, but not from the perspective of any normal healthy sex drive. Instead everything is lecherous, pedophilic, and most of all increasingly obsessed with gender-bending and gender-multiplying.

    The old man’s not only physically decadent and falling apart from all the poisons he’s ingested for all these decades now, but psychologically depraved and perverted. In both ways easy prey for the TV-driven terrorist propaganda onslaught of Covidianism.

    • Agree: Angharad
  13. Dumbo says:

    The experience has left me even more skeptical of the COVID hysteria than I was before.

    I’m triple-vaccinated

    This seems sort of contradictory…

    Anyway, I am all for everyone to be free to take as many jabs as they want.

    Conversely, anyone who don’t want any of them, should be free to do so.

    What I really dislike is “vaccine passports” and all those crazy useless rules that seem to change every week, especially as you see in Western Europe but also Canada, etc.

    It’s true what someone said above: the West, as a collective, is now so decrepit that we feel like a dying old man (as a society, I mean). And perhaps in many ways we are.

  14. But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis.

    I just had it too. It’s basically a cold. Meanwhile, we have a COVID cultist in the family who won’t let anyone unvaccinated near her kids even though the risk to kids is so miniscule it’s difficult to even quantify and even though several of her vaccinated relatives have been infected and symptomatic.

    Clown world.

  15. Rich says:
    @omegabooks

    Ed Mangano, a decent enough guy and the Republican county executive, got caught up in a penny ante scandal that would make most NYers laugh, he got his wife a fake job as a consultant for a restaurant, where she maybe made \$100k, and it led to a bribery conviction. (Meanwhile, across the border in NYC, DiBlasio set his wife up in a fake job where she managed to make \$1 Billion disappear, and no one says a word.) Mangano’s conviction led to an inexperienced, but nice young lady named Laura Curran, who ran as a moderate Dem, to take over. She just lost the seat to an establishment repub named Blakeman.

  16. R.C. says:

    Beware of shedders! (Not joking.) I, who never get sick, had a one day sore throat etc. every time I’ve been around lots of people.
    R.C.

    • Replies: @Marcion
    , @Truth
  17. Dumbo says:
    @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    Because of the media, many people are now more afraid of the “unvaccinated” (who somehow appear able to transmit a disease they don’t have) than of vaccinated symptomatic people. Of course, it’s all nonsense. Then as now, asymptomatic contagion is mostly a myth. And everyone was unvaccinated last year. Some will newly become “unvaccinated” when their vaccine or booster expires. Or at least their “recovery certificate”, which for some reason, lasts for six months while vaccine certificates lasts for nine. (EU rules). Whatever.

  18. Ko says:

    The author said, “…were wearing MAGA caps—were confronted by some hostiles.”

    That’s what I call creative writing.

    I’ll explain it for those who don’t get it.

    Sandman got sandbagged by a real Native American. Not the fakahauntous Massachusetts kind of Indian like the limousine liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren.

    Native Americans were often called “hostiles” by people like General George Armstrong Custer.

    Nice work!

    • LOL: Bro43rd
  19. If a guy, American Indian or not, was banging a drum two feet from my face, I’d probably be tempted to floor him, not just “smirk”

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @cohen
  20. The clownishness of Clown World is certainly the source of much mirth, but it’s also terrifying and depressing.

    For various reasons, lately I’ve been exposed to more of the idiot box (TV) than usual, and to those who quarantine themselves from TV (a wise move), I can report that it’s as bad as advertised: Roughly 80% percent of the people depicted in advertising are black, with a sprinkling of Asians and vaguely “Hispanic” people, along a tiny fraction of white people who are either suffering from depression (medication adverts) or breaking into people’s homes/stealing stuff off the porch. It’s stunning.

    COVID Craziness is just another manifestation of this general – mainly female driven – madness. The most recent example “to go viral” was that woman on the flight from Orlando to Atlanta literally assaulting a man for putting his mask down while eating. And her mask came down while she was screaming at him.

    This is not a normal, healthy society. Do people in Malaysia turn on the TV and see 80% Africans in TV commercials?

  21. Mark G. says:

    Unfortunately, in the case of the Covid hysteria it’s going to leave a lot of damage behind. This would include both economic and health damage. I had Covid. A recent Israeli study showed that leads to natural immunity that works several times better than a vaccine in protecting people.

    The Covid hysteria, though, led the government to mandate the vaccine for all federal workers. I’m one and was forced to get vaccinated in spite of my natural immunity. I likely received little benefit from that while exposing myself to long term potential harms. There are a lot of people in the same boat as me, both in the public and private sector.

    The after effects of the Covid vaccine were actually worse than the after effects when I had Covid. I quickly recovered from Covid and was out taking three mile hikes a couple weeks later. After I got the Covid vaccine my shoulder was sore for a week, I felt tired and nauseous for a couple weeks, and I had chest pains. I tried to go on a hike a couple weeks after getting vaccinated but had to quit when I started getting chest pains. I was thinking about heading to a doctor but the chest pains started to subside after a month. I’m really afraid now that if I’m forced to get a booster shot that it will give me permanent heart damage.

  22. anon[406] • Disclaimer says:

    “By the time the story faded Nicholas Sandmann had been fixed in the public mind as this generation’s Bull Connor. ” JD

    Which occasions one to wonder if even ole Bull was the bad guy the media made him out to be.

    @FlyingDutchman #4

    “It demonstrates how America views itself collectively as a sick, decrepit old man.”

    When in truth it should rightly view itself as a youngish, sexually dysfunctional, over-weight white woman.

  23. SafeNow says:

    “Avoidant personality disorder” is defined by the DSM-5 as, basically, a reluctance to take action or become involved due to a high fear of rejection or criticism. A Norwegian twin study showed that this is 35% genetic, with the balance due to socialization factors. Kammie has this, of course. But now, I think almost everybody has it. This is the problem with “pushback.” Humans are wired to come down with this APD as a matter of survival when circumstances trigger that predilection.

    • Agree: ruralguy
  24. @Patrick in SC

    Ha! The thing about the masks is that people will take them off their mouths when they really have something to say. I do, and I asked 2 women to please do so, so I wouldn’t have to ask them to repeat stuff. They both did.

    As far as sickos like the lady on the plane, I had it out last summer with a fat-ass squaw at a gas station in the Navajo Indian Res. It got heated, as we yelled at each other about how serious the Kung Flu is from ~ a foot apart. The words “retarded” and “hysterical” were bandied about, I believe by me, as related in “Showdown in Tuba City”.

  25. Dr. X says:
    @obwandiyag

    None of that is really “pushback.” Another clickbait phony headline.

    I agree.

    Signing a petition guaranteed to accomplish nothing isn’t exactly “pushback.” Settling a lawsuit for an undisclosed sum with a multimillion-dollar company that has lawyers on retainer for exactly the purpose of making such nuisances go away isn’t exactly “pushback.”

    I mean, it’s not as if Sandmann bankrupted NBC out of business or anything.

    And one of the headlines Derb posted on Drudge is that Mommy Hochul made it a felony — yes, a F-E-L-O-N-Y — to make fake credentials for the fake vaxx that she is imposing on everyone. Contradict New York’s hysterical COVID regime, and they’ll pretty much burn you at the stake.

    No, there is no real pushback. Not yet, maybe never. We are living in a feminized totalitarianism, in which Mommy Government is going to treat you like a petulant four-year-old, and smack your ass good if you don’t do what she says.

    And there really isn’t much a four-year-old can do when Mommy is a nasty, unreasonable bitch.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @Achmed E. Newman
  26. Sulu says:

    There is no real “pushback” till citizens start shooting so many politicians that the treasonous bastards are afraid to show their faces in public. Nice try though.

    Sulu

    • Agree: Realist, Alfred
  27. What drives the COVID fear and hysteria? I postulate that it is not genuine fear of sickness, side effects or death (except for the very hold or those who compromised immune systems). In fact, many of the pro-vaxers are willing to risk sickness, permanent side effects and even the risk of death, to take the shots. Why?

    My assumption is that many people are intuitively aware that soon the US will no longer have the monetary resources to continue full funding of social security, medicare, welfare programs, extraneous government-funded nonprofit agencies, or make-shift jobs programs; all of which those mainly in the Democrat Party depend on.

    The vax has already become the re-entry ticket, eligibility test and pre-qualification for any continued programs of the welfare state. In Illinois, the state is threatening to confiscate part of PRIVATE health insurance plans and re-distribute it to those who have lost medical coverage. In Nevada, the state has already passed a new tax on the unvaxed to support the costs of testing and continued booster shots of the vaxed. But where is the legal nexus (connection) between the unvaxed and the lack of free shots for the already vaxed?

    Critical Race Theory and the Vax Mandate has been coupled together to force the (mainly White) unvaxed out of the military as racist or super spreaders in order to hand their jobs to (mainly Black) citizens who have depended on welfare programs. This reverse discrimination will provide make-shift jobs and medical coverage for those about to lose any coverage with the demise of the welfare state.

    Karl Marx stated that all ideologies have a selfish economic component and are not purely ideational or intellectual. What the coronavirus and vaccine represent is not medicine or even prevention of the spreading of an epidemic, but a proxy ideology for capturing welfare benefits from the working and middle class that they are about to lose with the decline and phase out of the welfare state.

    A great sociological maxim is “nothing is what it appears to be”. A corollary is to “follow the money” to find the true motivation for the (phony Marxist) ideology behind Critical Race Theory, BLM, Antifa and C-19. The Coronavirus is a giant diversion to keep us away from understanding what really is going on, although most of us can accurately suspect what it is.

  28. Unit472 says:

    I saw the story about Sandman settling his lawsuit with NBC. I think it was a WaPo story posted on the MSN website. What was remarkable about it was that the writer called Nathan Phillips a “Native American Elder”. I know Native Americans have their problems but to call an alcoholic street person a distinguished leader of Native Americans is pretty racist if not disgusting.

    I’m sure the writer was unaware of his/her faux pas because they were just trying to adhere to the woke catechism that Bipocs are good and whites evil but just imagine if the Bipoc Waukesa ”motorist” had been referred to as Black civil rights activist. Even a WaPo editor would have gagged on that.

  29. @ruralguy

    Imagine if the Native Americans start doing real pushback of their own.

    I am pretty sure America is going to get nuked before 2025, just by the principles of Karma alone. As an atheist I don’t believe in Karma but if it exists it will mean untold suffering for Americans, all Americans. Each and every American is complicit in the violence they have committed, only a few who actually donate to anti-war groups, discourage strongly that anyone join the military and discourage strongly anyone from accepting work at the national security status.

    Sayonara, United States.

  30. Bert33 says:

    Nevermind covid, too many people walking around with internet social agenda wokitis that they caught from a social media website or regular ‘news’ website. Lots of people pushing agendas and recruiting useful idiots to use as human tools in service of their cause(s).

  31. TKK says:
    @SteveK9

    I went to a Christmas piano recital on a Friday evening, three weeks ago.
    Masks were supposed to be worn, but my date and I did not wear one.

    There was a little girl behind me, coughing like she had glass in her throat. No mask. I noticed her cough but was about 6 feet away. I just felt sorry for her that her parents would have her out so sick.

    A few days later, I had a fever of 103.1. High for an adult. I felt strange…fever dreams.

    I have been sick with stomach issues, intermittent fever and a cough for 3 weeks. A cough that makes me nuts. It feels like I am coughing up my liver.

    I am still working 12 hours a day. I am still eating. I made a big Christmas dinner. Still walking my dogs one hour a day, playing ball with them, brushing their hair.

    So, is this Covid? And, was I a fool to not wear a mask? Will this virus settle in my lungs, liver, brain, heart?

  32. TKK says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Each and every American is complicit in the violence they have committed,

    We have no power. What kind of tripe are you spewing?

    We can’t even dispute an election. The people who actually showed up to the Seat of Power on January 6th and shook their fist at The System are being held in jail with bonds reserved for violent felonies. Their sentences are commiserate with career criminals. Actual felons who beat, stab and steal are being released on their Own Recognizance and are back on the street to terrorize.

    Working class whites join the military because the only other option is working 38 hours a week at Dollar General for minimum wage and no health insurance.

    I am fed up with anyone disparaging the white working class- the people who keep the lights on, the clean water flowing and the trash picked up from your street.

    You better hope we survive because we make life tolerable. We beat back the long, demonic night and the critters that lurk there. You would not want to live in a world without the white working class. Believe it.

  33. @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    I just had it too. It’s basically a cold.

    It’s not a cold for everyone.

    Just ask this anti-vaxxer that is on a ventilator.
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-kuzma-covid-ventilator-reawaken-america_n_61c7c6e4e4b0bb04a6308680

    There is probably some genetic link with covid.

    It’s just too random. I know someone that is out of shape and he didn’t even know he had it until he went to the hospital for something else and was tested.

    I also know a healthy 38 year old that was intubated.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Publius 2
  34. @anyone with a brain

    Karma concept was invented by atheists – they wanted the payback but no Omnipotent man in the sky; they conceived this karma – the fruits of every action, which is likely reaped by the men who sowed the seeds. Karma was originally a part of Buddhism – an agnostic religion, and Jainism – the world’s only atheistic religion that positively denies the existence of an overarching God.

    Karma is only probabilistic, it is not fate.

    So, you can invoke karma while being an atheist.

    • Thanks: anyone with a brain
  35. @anyone with a brain

    Imagine if the Native Americans start doing real pushback of their own.

    Boy you haven’t been to a res lately.

    White people need to drop the liberal delusions for the sake of American Indians. They are even more demoralized and drugged than Whites. The best hope for the tribes is for Whites to put their heads back on and stop trying to pretend that Bantu are just repressed Europeans.

  36. ruralguy says:
    @anyone with a brain

    61% and 54% of American Indians marry outside of their race. It’s been going on for a long time. There likely aren’t any American Indians to pushback anymore. They’ve been submerged in the nation’s genetic pool.

    If you read first-hand accounts, the native Americans earned the label “savage.” Many of the tribes would torture and dismember their prisoners. They bashed captured babies and childrens’ heads against rocks. Women in their own tribes often committed suicide because of constant assaults. Many white settlers took in Indian girls fleeing their own tribes. If Hollywood portrayed them accurately, people would be shocked.

    It’s the military that has brought order and discipline to America. The nations’ total factor productivity peaks after major wars, because R&D budgets devoted to advance weapons soar during wars. The combination of military discipline and R&D produces vastly superior advances compared to commercial R&D. I have been in both IR&D types of efforts. There is no comparison. An Italian economist found that almost all electronic advances in cell phones and other modern technology derives from military spending.

    People from all over the globe flee violence and backwardness, to America and Europe, because our countries are stable and lack the violence and poverty of the rest of the globe. Much of that was due to Military advances and spending. Karma, if it exists, will favor the West.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @Old Prude
  37. Tim says:

    Great idea for a song:

    Who’s gonna be a cop now?

  38. With every racist and violent crime now committed by black aspiring rappers and hoodrats, our Phuced up DOJ/FBI aka GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM declare whites as the greatest threat today in America.
    Something is seriously wrong with these despicable pos who stink up the halls of justice with their blood thirsty venom and detest for white Americans.
    In there quest to appease BLM and kiss Obama’s half black ass, they have made a mockery of everything America stands for.
    Their demise is at end and they know it.
    The real pushback is forthcoming.

    • Replies: @Sulu
  39. Mike Tre says:

    Drudge, being a jewish homosexual, probably has a very peculiar form of OCD as it pertains to avoiding illness. But as it is with homosexuals, covid is not the bug Matty Bottoms prefers to chase. He prefers the “anal variant” and likely receives “boosters” on a regular basis.

    So called Nathan Philips is a filthy and drunken descendant of Asian migrants who had no concept of America when they crossed the land bridge. He’s a lifelong net loss on civilization.

  40. “But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis. But that was all. I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID. Hey.”

    Sure you were exposed to someone with covid 19. Real believable since I know not a single person who has had covid or has a friend or family member who had covid since this scamdemic begun. Not only that I have seen time and time again people online admitting they too know no one who has ever had covid. So it seems like your lying there john.

    “I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID.”
    Enjoy the destruction of your immune system and high probability of fatal heart problems. Remember healthy sports stars have been dying of heart attacks for a hundred years now. If you are vaccinated then how can you get covid? People get Polio and Measles vaccines and people don’t run around with Polio or Measles anymore so why would you get covid if you got the perfectly safe vaccination john?

    *The writers at unz never have the bravery to respond to those who point out their hypocrisy so all my questions are rhetorical.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  41. Dumbo says:
    @Dr. X

    We are living in a feminized totalitarianism, in which Mommy Government is going to treat you like a petulant four-year-old, and smack your ass good if you don’t do what she says.

    And there really isn’t much a four-year-old can do when Mommy is a nasty, unreasonable bitch.

    Yep, that’s an interesting observation. The thing about Covid totalitarianism and progressive totalitarianism in general, it’s that it’s different from (male-oriented) Nazism and Communism, where rules were clear ant they would just shoot you if you disobeyed.

    Current governments are more in the line: “this is for your own good”, and do not generally resort to overt violence, but do it in an indirect, passive-aggressive female way. There is no direct forced vaccination, but if you don’t do it you lose your job, social and cultural life, etc, like a woman not having sex with you until you don’t do things her way. Propaganda and news (but I repeat myself) are completely feminized, with rampant hysteria. The rules, instead of being fixed and clear, keep changing seemingly every week, like a woman going through moods during her period. Etc, etc.

  42. Based305 says:
    @anyone with a brain

    your nonsensical salad of contradictions is cute, at best. You’re inferior in every way and the jealous seething is proof; It’s no one’s fault but your own that your grandkids don’t or won’t look like you and there’s nothing you can do about it big guy.

    Funny how you cite others education and intelligence when you’re an admitted atheist. Cringe and super low boomer IQ

  43. We need more Englishmen like the Derb than the millions of low life leeches and turncoats that invaded in the last fifty years.
    I remember a book that was recommended in my philosophy class called ‘Extraordinary Popular Delusions And The Madness of Crowds’.
    That was my first awakening. Although I did sense something sinister, I couldn’t put it together.
    I then became reserved and took nothing for granted.
    Thanks Derb, you are awesome.
    A happy and prosperous new year.

    • Agree: Old Prude
  44. Sulu says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Each and every American is complicit in the violence they have committed, only a few who actually donate to anti-war groups, discourage strongly that anyone join the military and discourage strongly anyone from accepting work at the national security status.

    Anyone with a mouth,

    The most charitable thing I can say about that comment it that it is ignorant and uninformed. But in reality I will have to call it like it is and say it is indicative of stupidity on the part of the author. Blaming each and every American for the acts of our government is like blaming the mice for the misbehavior of the cat. The big war machine was in place by the end of WWII, years before almost everyone in America was born. And it will no doubt still be here when all of us are dead. Wanting to change American policy and having the ability to do so are two very different things.

    I presume the author of the above statement has the ability to instantly change the foreign policy of what ever first, second, or third world shithole he happens to reside in? If not I would advise him that the best thing he can do is to S.T.F.U. so as to not reveal the abysmal depths of his stupidity.

    Sulu

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  45. By-tor says:

    My own state’s strict governess Kathy Hochul has mandated we all wear masks indoors.

    But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis. But that was all. I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID. Hey.

    Derbyshire had a good chance of receiving a harmless placebo by living in NY. ‘Covid’ is just renamed influenza.

  46. Jack P says:
    @ruralguy

    Pushback could also include the black criminal-loving DA from Milwaukee, as well as the anti-white Rittenhouse and Arbery DA’s, having to look over their shoulder for patriots 24-7.

    They’ll never respect us until they fear us. These examples of “pushback” are extremely minor.

  47. AceDeuce says:

    “black ne’er-do-well”? Isn’t that a redundant phrase?

    I have to disagree on the pushback–I mean, there are signs of life, but it’s too little too late to really fix things unless we have some World War 2.5 scenario in the cards. People waking up now is the equivalent of a sleeping driver who wakes up 2 seconds after he drove off the edge of the Grand Canyon.

  48. AceDeuce says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Native Americans????? I’m a White man who was born here legally so I’m a Native American, and I don’t know what you’re trying to say.

    “Sayonara”? That’s Japanese. Are you Japanese, or do you just feel a solidarity based on your small-sized “chinpo”?

    • LOL: Sulu
  49. Marcion says:
    @R.C.

    Same here. This is a strange, fast acting virus. Unique, pretty weak unless you let it take hold ( poor health or too dumb to procure meds.)

  50. Alfred says:

    I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated

    What an idiot!

    Do you call the above a push back? Give us a break!

    “How to deal with Covidiots and not Comply with Mandates”



    Video Link

    • Thanks: Biff, Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Old Prude
  51. @Patrick in SC

    Roughly 80% percent of the people depicted in advertising are black, with a sprinkling of Asians and vaguely “Hispanic” people, along a tiny fraction of white people who are either suffering from depression (medication adverts) or breaking into people’s homes/stealing stuff off the porch.

    I never watch mainstream TV so I never see the commercials except those 10-second jobs inserted in programs streamed from YouTube. Extrapolating from those, your description is entirely believable.

    But I often see print ads, point-of-sale posters, and online promotions from my bank, HMO, etc. Blackety-black-black (with, as you say, a handful of other non-white ethnics). White women are rarely shown on their own, but are included along with black men to illustrate happy, normal and natural mixed-race couples.

    There’s an interesting parallel trend, though. The models in the photos, especially women, often seem to have been selected for relatively light skin. Probably mulattos. Some others appear to be offspring of Hispanic and black parents.

    Especially prized are “borderline” woman models with fairly light skin except for the inevitable frizzy hair, a combination designed to collect negro buy-in while not scaring off whites. The black men in the advertisements can be fully African, especially when paired with white women. But it’s rare to see a female with darker skin than her consort. Consciously or not, ad agencies and sponsors accept that very dark negro women don’t attract viewers of any race.

  52. cohen says:
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Easy said than done. Sure as long as the guy is not a BLM guy or a Zionist living in Europe or USA. Think before you leap.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  53. cohen says:

    A new health related industry is mushrooming, e.g, Codvid testing booths.

    I took a friend of mine to JFK last week and saw the real power of airlines. My friend was denied boarding in a shitty foreign airline. The girl at the counter was dumb enough to calculate number of hours because of time zone/difference. Further she was confused if the requirement of 72/48 hours is for check in or arrival at the destination. Her solution for him was to get a Freshly Minted Covid test certificate and she simply pointed him the line for covid testing and refused to talk any further. The guy did not have any room for argument because there were hundred angry passengers waiting for their turn looking at him as he was a villain

    The line for covid test was a mile long or more (no joke). \$ 230.00 for the test. No one was there to provide any information. The so called nurses in there green outfit were walking around like a peacock in a jungle after a rain (Some low IQ nurses exhibit such a walk only in hospitals while wearing the colored uniform. Same nurses when out side the hospitals or in ordinary clothes inside the hospital walk like humans.

    Most of the victims were foreigners who willingly wanted to be extorted just to get home. Tempers flaring all over on minor things.
    This is legal robbery without a gun.

  54. Putting the racist party aside. It should never be forgotten that most of the deaths from covid19 were in the Trump stage when masks were rejected and vaccines did not exist. Today it is said that almost half a million were left to die and perhaps intentionally because those who died were blacks and latinos.

    • Replies: @GenFranco
  55. Dumbo says:
    @TKK

    Sounds more like whooping cough. Did you lose your sense of taste or smell?

    • Replies: @TKK
  56. Biff says:
    @ruralguy

    If you read first-hand accounts, the native Americans earned the label “savage.” Many of the tribes would torture and dismember their prisoners. They bashed captured babies and childrens’ heads against rocks. Women in their own tribes often committed suicide because of constant assaults. Many white settlers took in Indian girls fleeing their own tribes. If Hollywood portrayed them accurately, people would be shocked.

    Very typical of your tribe to blame others for what you are guilty of.

    • Replies: @epochehusserl
  57. catoke says:

    I’m not convinced of such “push-back” yet.

    The Circuit courts TEMPORARILY disabled Mr. Biden’s mandate he has going that focus’ on a couple large groups of Americans; those in Corporations of over 100 people and Medical personnel.

    But it’s starting to look like business as usual; the “push-back” is merely a tool to get this to SCOTUS so that SCOTUS can seal the mandate into law – which is what I’m expecting will happen and what the plan was all along (although I would be happy if I’m wrong).

    Once SCOTUS seals the deal, we will see a massive increase in propaganda and more draconian measures designed to further destroy the Constitutional Republic we once knew. We’re looking at No-Travel unless vaxxed, interstate travel restrictions, and door-to-door knocks from Government after their database is filled with American names who are unvaxxed (thanks to the corporations they work for and who will fork over the info to OSHA/Biden admin.)

  58. @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    We’re going through some weirdness dealing with other families, Herb*. These decent people did not seem worried about US, because they are all highly vaccinated, and I believe they figured we were. Whaddya’ do, tell them in the middle of dinner? OTOH, my wife didn’t want to stay long, figuring THEY’d be shedding the virus on us. It was all pretty amusing to me.

    BTW, when I made fun of the masking, and pulled one cheap medical type out of my pocket, noting that it was the same one I’d been carrying all month, the lady of the house pulled out a basket of new black cloth ones.

    “You can have some. They’re really nice!”

    “Hey, wait, is this an Am-way meeting?” I said.

    (I’m not sure who else got that, but I still smile as I type this…)

    .

    * How’s Les doing, BTW?

  59. Yes, indeed there are lots of reasons for hope. The decades-long war machine conditioning and TDS and anti-white hatred/bigotry and all the rest of it may be reaching a crescendo, but will pop like a bubble about the same time as the petrodollar and any US credibility or prestige on the world stage blows apart into tiny little bits and scatters to the four winds.

    Of course things will get quite a bit messier yet, especially in the formerly wealthy and privileged white settler states losing ground to Eurasia per Mackinder, and the decay and ugliness all around us in the man-made realm is just getting going now and will accelerate. On the other hand, God is love and the Trinity’s grand creation and creatures, as well as the Grace/Love/Mercy of Our Lord, are all still there for the asking.

    Hope, indeed! Amen!

  60. I know we’re all supposed to grovel before the Great Derb and his superior IQ. And I’ll admit that I do enjoy his columns; he has a great way with words.

    But he also has this annoying, dispassionate side to him, wherein he accommodates himself to whatever outrage is currently being pushed by the “powers that be.” Example:

    “But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis. But that was all. I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID. Hey.”

    The man is supposed to be a highly principled alt-Right kind of guy, but he just goes along with whatever, and keeps writing his suave and debonair columns and making money, with a hokey-jokey attitude while the world circles the toilet on its way to hell.

    So why do I allow myself to be preached at by an Englishman who doesn’t get worked up over anything? I don’t know. But I’ll keep reading him, I guess.

  61. @Dr. X

    Agreed in general, Dr. X. As for the analogy, this 4 y/o has rifles and ammo, as do most of the kids in the whole pre-school. This 4 y/o just does not yet know the power of a million 4 y/o’s having a temper tantrum at the same time. Mommy may end up being the one shitting her diapers.

    • LOL: europeasant
  62. Goddard says:
    @Patrick in SC

    Throw out the TV. Liberating oneself from TV is a necessary first step for white Americans serious about living in a Separate Nation.

    • Agree: Tony massey
  63. @Johnny Smoggins

    Reminds me of Paul Simons’s anthem to “The Boy in the Bubble”, from (I think) 1986. A piece of clairvoyance if there ever was one.

  64. Rich says:
    @TKK

    Everyone I know who came down with the recent “omicron” covid was vaxxed. If you weren’t vaxxed it’s probably just a regular virus. I’m not a doctor, though the way they’ve all been threatened with loss of jobs and licenses if they don’t obey, I wouldn’t trust any of them.

    • Replies: @TKK
  65. As The Derb says, we should be protecting the most vulnerable–meaning the elderly and, perhaps, the very young (though in the latter case their vulnerability is far less as serious than it is to the former). The rest of society should be left alone to decide whether to vaccinate and/or wear masks. Speaking solely for myself I have been fully vaccinated and wear a mask, but that’s MY choice. Which is as it should be, but it may be too much to ask in the Age of The Nanny State.

    • Agree: SBaker
    • Replies: @SBaker
  66. Someone triple jabbed blubbering about covid madness? Am I missing something?

    • LOL: Fred777
  67. usNthem says:

    I suppose much if this bogus hysteria stems from the lack of real general privation over the last 80 odd years. When the vast majority of citizens don’t have to worry about where their next meal will come from, or the water they need to survive is clean or whether they’ll survive a brutal winter, wildly over emphasizing largely inane and/or inconsequential things is easy.
    That’s pretty much where we are now. None of this ridiculous bulls*** is going to change until real want comes back into the picture. It won’t be pretty but it probably needs to and most likely will happen.

  68. @Biff

    What he is saying is indeed true. My grandmother was native american and left her tribe when she was 18 years old to marry a white man. She never talked about growing up except to say that they were savages. The Native American practice of potlach included human sacrifice as a demonstration of wealth. Postmodernists like to whitewash the savagery of non-western groups to an astonishing degree.

    • Thanks: Angharad
    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  69. @Flying Dutchman

    And America has become a country that is scared shitless of everything! In other words, a Nation of Pussies.

  70. Realist says:

    It will be obvious if serious pushback starts.

  71. Maddaugh says:

    But recently I was exposed to someone who was subsequently diagnosed with COVID, and I developed a debilitating rhinitis. But that was all. I didn’t bother to take a test—I’m triple-vaccinated—but there’s a good probability we had some species of COVID. Hey.

    Back when, people took ONE injection for measles, mumps, polio, the pox and maybe even the clap.

    Our fearless author took THREE (3) shots and still developed a

    debilitating rhinitis.

    LMAO #1

    As John Derby said “there are signs of hope people are pushing back”. Well we are glad he is one who pussed back…..by being triple injected LMAO #2

    The stupidity lunacy and hysteria continues to descend into depths unplumbed, unexplored and to which no man has ever ventured.

    • LOL: Truth
  72. @TKK

    We can’t even dispute an election. The people who actually showed up to the Seat of Power on January 6th and shook their fist at The System are being held in jail with bonds reserved for violent felonies.

    Why is that? Who holds the guns against you? Who holds the keys to locks on your prison doors?

    Working class whites join the military because the only other option is working 38 hours a week at Dollar General for minimum wage and no health insurance.

    It seems working class whites’ worst enemy is working class whites.

    What you said strengthens my point that the crimes of the United States of America rests on the shoulders of each and every American for a select few. You commit crimes and repression against yourself and still refuse responsibility.

    You better hope we survive because we make life tolerable.

    No you fucking don’t, you don’t even make life tolerable for other working class whites. You make life tolerable for the overwhelmingly Jewish elite.

    I don’t mean to attack only working class whites, but all americans, you are all complicit.

    • Replies: @epochehusserl
    , @Mike Tre
  73. “My own state’s strict governess Kathy Hochul has mandated we all wear masks indoors.”

    I would say the vagina syndrome in which women are very jealous of men for not having to use sanitary pads and this is her way of paying back.

    • LOL: Sulu
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  74. sally says:
    @Flying Dutchman

    It took the public 2 years or more for jq public to translate the foreign word pandemic.
    Everyone now understands it has understandable meaning when pronounced scamdemic.

    Scamdemic translates to the collections of bribes, threats, lies, and denial of data and access that content providers have promoted into media distributed propaganda.

  75. @anyone with a brain

    Why is that? Who holds the guns against you? Who holds the keys to locks on your prison doors?
    —————————–
    The judiciary, the academy, the administrative state

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  76. Lin B. says:

    >TPUSA
    >patriots
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Bro its a neocon astroturf psyop, freemarkets and israel and all that junk. Yea it’s a good sign the psyops are cherrypicking a few safe examples of “pushback”….. lmao

  77. Sanjay says:

    Perhaps I am wrong, given that my IQ is only average, but it appears to me that Eurocentric leaders like Dershybire can’t look at the situation objectively. What does “push-back” entail? Putting down the television remote control for a few minutes to post a “I am angry” comment on some website? Before all the genetic deterioration, Europeans went to civil war for much less magnitudes of transgressions, such as a mere tax on tea which engendered the American Revolution, or the enslavement of sub-Saharan Africans which engendered the Civil War. Contemporary elites, be it Gentile elites or the Ashkenazim, are engaging in far more potent levels of transgressions, and the only thing that contemporary Europeans are genetically built to do is post comments on the internet, just like me, Sanjay the uber-coward. I am Brown, of course, but still a genetic coward. I am willing to admit it. Europeans are no longer even innately ethnocentric. Yes, each European is aware that Cultural Marxism will harm them individually – but they don’t care about their race as a whole. Too much dysgenics and mutational load. This is Dr. Woodley of Menie’s argument.

    Eurocentrists might want to consider moving to Russia temporarily. Then, wait for America to collapse by 2100, where virtually everyone will die off. Then, the Eurocentrists can move back to America and repopulate it. Make a deal with the Russian Oligarchs that after America is rebuilt 100 years from now, they will make Russia an ally.

    • Thanks: anyone with a brain
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  78. macilrae says:

    In today’s multi-cultural setting – with so many new immi-grants working on their English and the disad-vantaged lacking in educa-tional oppor-tunities it is surely time to re-think the style in which the printed word is pre-sented: sub-sciption rates to news-papers are at an all time low.

    If we truly mean what we say about inclu-sion, jour-nal-ists should try to their keep words as short as possible and, where the number of letters is bigger than 8, the word should be broken up with helpful hyphens to ease the reading.

    Harry Hyphen says “Hello – Can’t read it – words too long? Let me help you!”

    Never use a long word where a shorter one will do – thought-less use of long words will make you look elitist or, worse … even racist!

    • Agree: SBaker
  79. SBaker says:
    @obwandiyag

    When the prophet of Burundi speaks, his trolls agree, Burundi is the icon of African ingenuity.

  80. SBaker says:
    @omegabooks

    I’ve been to Nassua Co a few times, mostly to visit the old Plum Island facility for training in agroterrorism prevention. The last time I was there to board the ferry, secured by armed Marines, I was denied boarding because I lacked some advanced paperwork signed by some bureaucrat after a background check. Florida is pretty much a solid Red State with a fine governor–my daughter has settled in Jacksonville, a traffic nightmare in my rural opinion. I took a few trips to West Texas back in graduate school. I hope you’re not stranded in Marfa. Texas, with the exception of Austin, and a few inner african cities, is also reasonably red. The invasion of aliens and terrorists coming in from the south is likely to change the state from red to blue within the decade. Try Oklahoma next.

  81. Old Prude says:
    @ruralguy

    You boys still mounted on sheep down there?

  82. Old Prude says:
    @ruralguy

    That’s why I don’t call it Columbus Day anymore. It is Primitive Savages Day.

  83. SBaker says:
    @SteveK9

    Are you an MD? So you were both confirmed infected with the Chicoms Corona SARS virus variant? Other corona viruses have caused common respiratory and GI ailments seen in multiple species, probably, for a century or more. The SARS coronas are a very different virus. Since HCQ and Ivermectin are for live organisms, how do they work for viruses, that are not live organisms? I know a couple of people that have taken such excessive doses of vitamin D they risked causing the calcification of soft tissues, like heart, lungs, and upper GI tract. Cholecalciferol has been used as rat poison for a few decades and I have personally seen a fair number of lethal cases in domestic canines. Ivermectin is a parasiticide used since the early 80s–I’ve used mostly on cattle, and a few horses. I’ve also personally dealt with lethal cases in susceptible canine breeds like Border Collies.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  84. Old Prude says:
    @Alfred

    More cooties spewed during that yell-fest than if they let the mook walk around the store unbothered. The mask stupidity really needs to end.

    Why do employees give a flying fig about a customer wearing a diaper or not. Where did all these volunteer mask police come from?

    I had a similar confrontation in a store. But my foe was a stooped little old white-haired lady. I told her “I’ve been in a lot of fights! I could put you on the ground!” Nah, I made up that last bit.

  85. @TKK

    There was a little girl behind me, coughing like she had glass in her throat. No mask. I noticed her cough but was about 6 feet away. I just felt sorry for her that her parents would have her out so sick.

    I am still working 12 hours a day. I am still eating. I made a big Christmas dinner. Still walking my dogs one hour a day, playing ball with them, brushing their hair.

    So, is this Covid? And, was I a fool to not wear a mask? Will this virus settle in my lungs, liver, brain, heart?

    Most likely COVID and you would have gotten it anyways if someone in the room was actually coughing. If someone is coughing then you need to leave.

    I would go get a booster. A lot of people have had long term COVID cleared up from a booster, especially if they were mixed vaccines. If you started with Pfizer or Moderna then get the Jannsen.

    • Thanks: TKK
    • LOL: Vinnyvette
  86. @TKK

    “We have no power. What kind of tripe are you spewing?“

    Every American citizen paying taxes that the U.S. government uses to fund its wars of choice and assorted crimes against humanity, is an accessory to crime. Yes Americans have the power to stop feeding the beast and declare civil disobedience, stop paying taxes and bring America to a standstill. The problem is that the masters of discourse have managed to splinter the people to a point that any collective action is almost impossible. Add the American public’s insouciance and hedonistic pursuits and civil disobedience becomes wishful thinking.

    If 9/11 did not start a revolution, then it is doubtful that the Covid tyranny will. The only hope for the American public is a military defeat of the U.S. that reverberates within the American society by decimating America’s food and energy supplies. Maybe then, the American public will start hanging the Washington District of Criminals, banking and MIC elites from lampposts.

    • Agree: Sulu
  87. Anonymous[907] • Disclaimer says:

    “Vaccines” the most dangerous product ever.
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-12-25-covid-vaccines-most-dangerous-biological-product-peter-mccullough.html#
    The list of the criminals in the lawsuit, which will likely not ever go anywhere, but at least it is a try.
    https://genocide.news/2021-12-25-top-public-health-figures-accused-of-genocide-international-criminal-court.html

  88. @aldasfail770

    Sure you were exposed to someone with covid 19. Real believable since I know not a single person who has had covid or has a friend or family member who had covid since this scamdemic begun. Not only that I have seen time and time again people online admitting they too know no one who has ever had covid. So it seems like your lying there john.

    Some real strong evidence there.

    No one in your social circle has gotten it so he must be lying? Really?

    Well half my social circle has gotten it and that includes a stubborn anti-vaxxer.

    Test kits are sold out in a lot of states. Omicron levels are much higher than the gov stats.

  89. @Flying Dutchman

    “It demonstrates how America views itself collectively as a sick, decrepit old man.”

    America is a decrepit old white man. The black goddess caregiver hovers above ancient whitey holding a pillow, waiting for the bank to confirm that the funds from the Ford Foundation have been deposited into her account.

  90. @Achmed E. Newman

    “ why not give some credit to Governor DeSantis of Florida, who has been defying this BS in the manner of a real Federalist for over a year now?”

    DeSantis pledged allegiance to Israel; some American hero. But in a land of so few heroes a compromised one like DeSantis will do.

  91. @Dragon Shield

    Now, that was an interesting take, D.S. There could be something to it too.

    • Thanks: Dragon Shield
  92. Dumbo says:
    @SBaker

    “Chicom Corona”… LOL. Get a life, hasbara troll.

    • Agree: acementhead
    • Replies: @SBaker
  93. Mike Tre says:
    @anyone with a brain

    By your own measures so are you. Unless you’re an advocate of globohomo, which is more likely.

  94. @TKK

    Working class whites join the military because the only other option is working 38 hours a week at Dollar General for minimum wage and no health insurance.

    I am fed up with anyone disparaging the white working class- the people who keep the lights on, the clean water flowing and the trash picked up from your street.

    I get the sentiment but they share some of the blame as well. When those guys pick up a union job they go buy a jacked up 60k truck and tout the ‘muh free market get yer own’ garbage. They blow \$300 on football tickets without thinking about it and treat their brethern at Dollar General like garbage.

    But in all fairness the main source of that thinking is Con Inc. Whites on both sides *want to believe* that race doesn’t exist. That is the real source of the insanity. There is no accountability so both sides can engage their delusions. They either fantasize of a conservative Cosby er I mean Candace Ownes America or a liberal multi-ethnic society where “Bad Whites” are fully controlled so Blacks are finally free to turn Detroit into Paris.

    • Agree: TKK, AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @TKK
  95. Piglet says:
    @Patrick in SC

    I don’t know about Malaysia but I’ve viewed South Korean TV during numerous trips and I don’t recall a single orc, much less a male orc being paired with an attractive South Korean woman. That would definitely not go over well at all. In fact, the Koreans would be mad as hell and they would never forgive the TV station or the advertiser.

    • Agree: SBaker
  96. @TKK

    “Still walking my dogs one hour a day, playing ball with them, brushing their hair.”

    You should be more worried about Canis Parasitus than Covid. The “brushing their hair” admission is an indicator that you’ve been infected by, in common parlance, Doggy Wuv.

    “but my date”

    Cocker Spaniel, Boston Terrier, Dachshund, French Bulldog? Seriously, seek intervention before the canine parasite ends up sleeping in your bed.

    • LOL: TKK
    • Troll: Vinnyvette
  97. @ruralguy

    Unfortunately, the great state of Texas, nor it’s legendary Rangers are what they used to be.

    • Agree: Old Prude
  98. SBaker says:
    @Prester John

    However, there must be some liability attached to those that vector the virus to other people. Recall, we started out with one case of HIV on the west coast several decades ago, and male queers went wild vectoring said virus to little boys and colleagues. Next thing, we had a million cases in the US and spent several 100 billion on a disease, spread in disgusting deviant ways, when it was easily preventable.

  99. @cohen

    Sometimes, when ones senses are assaulted, it’s not a matter of easy or hard. One simply reacts and normally, not with a grin. Young Mr. Sandman, was being admirably restrained. It was the morons vilely attacking him on social media, that lost it.

  100. SBaker says:
    @Dumbo

    I am not trolling your hasbara brother, Dumbo. So enlighten me with your expert comment on corona viruses.

  101. Piglet says:
    @TKK

    Masks really don’t offer people anything other than the illusion of protection and the idea that they’re “doing something” to protect themselves. Some government officials have been caught on hot Mike’s admitting as such.

    • Agree: Old Prude
    • Replies: @Old Prude
  102. Pushback?? LOLOLOLOL!

    Pushback would be Republicans going scorched earth in Congress, utilizing every trick the dastardly Dems pull. Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely.

    Pushback would be every parent pulling their child from public schools and forcing the whole system to collapse. Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely.

    Pushback would be residents forcefully pushing criminals and drug addicted low-lifes from their neighborhoods. Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely.

    Pushback would be masses of people telling the local cops to fuck off when confronted with COVID mandates. Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely.

    Pushback would be everyone logging off of poisonous social media and streaming services and watching those services collapse. Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely.

    Pushback would be naming the (((nefarious creeps))) that are the cause of this country’s problems.

    Has it happened?? No. Will it?? Not likely. Will “the Derb” do it??

    Never.

  103. SBaker says:
    @John Johnson

    I personally know more than a dozen that have had pretty serious cases — meaning lower than normal blood oxygenation to the point where rapid shallow breathing was the only way they stayed alive. My middle-age sister in law was a healthy, trim, athletic woman that lived with the viral infection for 3 weeks and didn’t wake up the morning after my wife had a 45 min phone conversation with her. She refused to go to the hospital for simple effective treatment. She refused to listen to us, her sister–a surgical nurse of more than 3 decades– and her own husband who was vaccinated, but unable to convince her. She did however, rely on ivermectin, a parasiticide with no virucidal effficacy. Dozens of snake-oil saleswomen, and medicine men, deserve a public zip tie.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  104. TKK says:
    @Dumbo

    No. I didn’t at all.

    I did not get any vaccinations at all. I hope I am not being a real dunce here.

    Honestly, I don’t know what to believe or do.

    Thank you for the response.

  105. @Sulu

    Thank you, Mr. Sulu for both comments.

    • Agree: Mike Tre
    • Replies: @Sulu
  106. TKK says:
    @Rich

    No, I did not get any vaccinations. Not a one.

    That’s right. We still have flus and random respiratory viruses.

    Before the virus went main stream, it was just whispers….I was very concerned and even bought some N-95s masks from Lowes.

    Then-the moment I heard Fauci state that it was more important for BLMers to protest out in the street than stay at home, I immediately did not believe or buy any Western propaganda about this
    “pandemic.”

    The only two people I know who passed away *from* Covid were morbidly obese. As in, over 300 pound females. One had asthma and the other was in her 70s and had 2 failed lap band surgeries. Co-morbidities every which way but loose.

    • Agree: Rich
    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
  107. @John Johnson

    There’s a lot to that, Mr. Johnson. I talked to a guy today who showed me 3 of his family’s classic drag cars on his phone, while I wondered if he’d ever possibly a guy to stand up for his own kind. I think not. His wife was working in the lobby of the low-budget hotel – not the owner either. Americans who live paycheck-to-paycheck, most of who do not have to, can never be counted on to stand up for anything!

    Regarding your Kung Flu worries, it’s best I don’t write a damn thing.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  108. Anonymous[177] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sanjay

    What do you mean you are a genetic uber coward? Do you mean you don’t even have the will to find a wife and start a family and have children? I mean, in my eyes, that’s really the line that divides a man who has some ambition to patriarchy versus an actual genetic coward.

    • Replies: @Sanjay
    , @Sanjay
  109. Anon[159] • Disclaimer says:

    The Derb refuses to Strike the Root.

    It’s the Jews, Derb. Our forever enemies, Hell bent on bringing Satan/Anti-Christ, their God, to total dominion.

    WTFU Idiot.

  110. Sulu says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I call them like I see them.

    Sulu

  111. @John Johnson

    There is no point in arguing with anti-waxxers & Covid-deniers.

  112. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:

    Nicholas Sandmann has come to another settlement with the media Bolsheviks

    The tenderest part of a Jew is his purse. And the tenderest part of a Jew run propaganda outfit is the same.

    In the immortal words of Teddy KGB: “Pay him! Pay dat man his money”.

    LOL

  113. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Imagine looking back and realizing that a bad flu developed by Globalist filth and their ChiCom allies, brought you to heel by a combination of cowardice, fear and sheer unadulterated stupidity.

  114. SBaker says:
    @TKK

    Thank you TKK. It would be nice to know the country of origin and the ethnic makeup of the commenters, but alas, only Mr. Unz knows the first variable.

    This comment came from a white American Taxpayer.
    “The debacle in 2020, known as the impeachment of President Trump was hardly an example of representative govt in action. The House of representatives accused him of “abuse of power”,” while demonstrating “absolute abuse of power,” by rushing through several articles of impeachment not once, but twice.
    In a representative republic, everybody is equal under the law–haha. Yet, Hillary Clinton, Obama, Clepper, and Comey remain untouched. BLM and Antifa burn businesses and law enforcement buildings, and attack the police yet remain free, while a peaceful demonstration on January 6 is labeled insurrection and people are called terrorists and prosecuted. Parents objecting to what is being taught in schools are called terrorists by the AG of the United States, and the full weight of the federal government is thrown at them for what is a local matter.”

    • Replies: @anyone with a brain
  115. vinteuil says:
    @Anon

    The Derb refuses to Strike the Root.

    It’s the Jews, Derb. Our forever enemies…

    Is that you, Ray Epps?

    Fed! Fed! Fed!

  116. @Anon

    Derb is part of the generation that turned against its own parents and cultural heritage at the insistence of the jews. If you look at the current scamdemic, the 1960s counter culture, cultural marxism, or the anti-white and anti-white male bigotry in our culture, you will find a jew’s guiding hand. Open borders for America; closed borders for Israel. Diversity for America; ethno-tribalism for Israel. Special privileges for jews; institutional discrimination for the goyim. Derb may not be another shabbos goy, but he’s trying to join the club. We all know who America’s real enemy is. But American whites are big talkers and congenital cowards.

  117. @John Johnson

    Sounds an awful lot like an evangelical. Evangelicals will sit on their knees and pray themselves into extinction. Religion, as it is understood now, breeds a dangerous passivity that can only lead to one place. The leaders of the Amen Corner are both shabbos goy, and dishonest chickenbleep.

  118. @ruralguy

    ‘…Today, “Real Pushback” would mean suspending all laws, to allow the U.S. to purge this nation of the thieves, murderers, invaders, and far-left agitators, Texas Ranger style…’

    Ladies and gentleman, meet the future.

    • Agree: Sulu
  119. Old Prude says:
    @Piglet

    The face diapers are just a signal of belief. That’s why the Covidians go so bat shit over them: Heretic!, Blasphemer! Apostate! Get thee from my store, accursed Infidel!

    What a bunch of jack-asses;

    Non-believer speaking here: So help God, I pray that I may go to my grave never seeing another human wearing one of these accursed things. De-humanizing fucking fabric.

    • Agree: Flying Dutchman
    • Thanks: Je Suis Omar Mateen
  120. @SBaker

    It would be nice to know the country of origin and the ethnic makeup of the commenters, but alas, only Mr. Unz knows the first variable.

    If you are going to go down the path of judging comments by the characteristics of the commenters instead of the merit of the comments themselves, then the only real variables that matter and should be provided are BMI and penis size, everything is bullshit.

  121. @Achmed E. Newman

    There’s a lot to that, Mr. Johnson. I talked to a guy today who showed me 3 of his family’s classic drag cars on his phone, while I wondered if he’d ever possibly a guy to stand up for his own kind. I think not. His wife was working in the lobby of the low-budget hotel – not the owner either. Americans who live paycheck-to-paycheck, most of who do not have to, can never be counted on to stand up for anything!

    I live in rural America and there are townhomes not far from my house that are rented to basically middle class workers. Mostly skilled factory and union workers.

    Most of the trucks in the parking lot are newer than any of the vehicles I own.

    So they are managing a 5 or 6 hundred dollar car payment on top of rent that is pretty high. Most don’t have a girlfriend or wife and just live a football ‘n trucks lifestyle. A lot of them really do need the church as they have a hard time navigating modern society on their own.

    There is ZERO hope that these guys will mount any opposition.

    Now the right leader could make use of them but as long as they have diesel trucks and cable they really don’t care about anything. Once they make around 40k they act like they “made it” and screw everyone else. My neighbors and I have used vehicles (that we own outright) and these guys drive by in brand new 60k jacked up trucks with corny stickers like f-it and go brandon.

    The real resistance will come from naturally rational Whites that resist liberal indoctrination and also can’t be bought off with trucks and TVs. Basically the liberal nightmare. I have been in liberal circles and the naturally rational White is terrifying to them. They much prefer a dumbed down conservatism that rallies around the “free market” and doesn’t actually challenge liberalism.

  122. @Dumbo

    “’Recovery certificate,’ which for some reason, lasts for six months while vaccine certificates lasts for nine.”

    In France, everyone must get a toxic injection every 90 days for life.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-59805829

  123. Mike Tre says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Your comment is a great example of how the envious non white minority tries to discredit the very real existence of European descended exceptionalism.

    • Replies: @SBaker
  124. TKK says:
    @John Johnson

    The arguments I have had with my brother spending money to go to football games.

    Furniture is moved. When he watches the Steelers, he actually becomes combative, nervous and almost violent. He is depressed if they lose. Who is this dumb?

    I ask him: WHO CARES WHAT THESE NIG NOGS DO? They are making millions and they spew anti- white venom 24/7.

    He will not listen and he even spends money on the sports paraphernalia where a Steelers jersey can run \$150. Again, who is this dumb?

    Far worse than my knucklehead brother are the disgusting, woke lawyers I work with who break their necks to promote blacks and spit on the white working class.

    Until whites become as brutal to blacks as they are to us in thought and deed, we are doomed.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    , @AceDeuce
    , @Truth
  125. @Bardon Kaldian

    There is no point in arguing with anti-waxxers & Covid-deniers.

    I don’t expect the fanatics to change.

    What I don’t like is when they try to dominate a thread without any semblance of balance. That gives a misperception to Unz readers that all anti-establishment types are against the vaccine.

    In fact I think they know a lot of their arguments are not well based in reality to put it nicely. They really haven’t had a strong case once the unvaccinated started filling up hospitals which made it clear that the vaccines work and the virus is real.

    It’s more tribal resistance against what they perceive as a common enemy.

    I have been in a few threads here where virus deniers did not want to acknowledge that a coronavirus can be viewed with an electron microscope. That is no different than denying phytoplankton when someone has it in a petri dish under a 20 dollar kid microscope. These COVID conspiracy theories aren’t well thought out and haven’t been ran by someone that has taken even a single college biology course.

    • Agree: SBaker
    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
    , @martin_2
  126. Maddaugh says:

    Where is the pushback ? Well the pushback consists of a few lawsuits, the Congoman who knocked people over and Johnny’s 3 vaccinations and runny nose.

    I am sure Fauci and the denizens that be must spend a lot of sleepless nights worrying about the Goths and Vandals who are fed up with Covid and Niggers who are fed up with WHitey and each other or whatever….

    I just got back from a dinner with friends and after we retreated to the home theatre to review the daily happenings and whatever earth shattering events may have taken place over the past two hours.It was the usual. Dozens of talking heads spouting off about the mandates, Fauci etc. Its all talk and no substance, like a loud fart but no shit. The dinner guests spouted off about what should and should not be done blah blah. Maddaugh checked out after 90 minutes……with a dull throbbing headache.

    This is Johnny’s perception of pushback ? The talking heads think that by blathering Fauci and the bureaucrats are going to take time off from picking their arses to listen to their protestations ?

    The cat needs to be belled but the question is who is going to do the job. Until that happens, and notwithstanding that John’s article is already bunk we are taking a watery dump in a high wind. Its round and round the mulberry bush with a hard pecker and not much else.

  127. @epochehusserl

    Who literally holds the guns? The keys? The arrest warrants? The papers to write arrest warrants on?
    WHO WHO WHO?

    Who is the foot soldier for everything you despise?

    When they are confronted. Their replies of “I am just doing my job, I have to take any job I get, the government provides student loan forgiveness, the military pays for tuition, if I don’t do it someone else will” do not excuse their behavior.
    There is a conspiracy of silence, you do not name or confront them and, they do not feel any social pressure to change. In the end you take the position of victims without agency, while actually being perpetrators without agency. The world is just waiting for America to collapse, it is in decline precisely because no one says anything, it not only affects the national security state but also the schools, workplaces etc. Americans will tolerate anything as long as their supervisors okays it, they will censor themselves in consideration of their supervisors’ preferences.

    Ruby Ridge wouldn’t have happened if one agent would have put his foot down, blown the whistle and actively resisted the entrapment. Maybe the agent could have walked away with a clean conscious and resigned and blown the whistle. I ask you how many agents resigned in disgust who knew of the operation prior to media coverage? How many blew the whistle?

    A lot of morons here, think I am denigrating “whites,” what I am actually intending to do is to bring attention the moral spinelessness of Americans in general and cognitive dissonance and mental gymnastics they do to avoid taking responsibility. Without either they are doomed, and I can safely say they are doomed.

  128. @TKK

    I’ve never had a flu shot and I rarely get the flu. My wife and I got Covid early on in the “pandemic”; it was the first flu we’d had in a while. As for people dying “from” Covid, I’ve literally known more people who died of AIDS (and yes, all three of them were gay.)

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  129. @TKK

    The arguments I have had with my brother spending money to go to football games.

    Furniture is moved. When he watches the Steelers, he actually becomes combative, nervous and almost violent. He is depressed if they lose. Who is this dumb?

    I just wonder if this problem has always existed. Maybe revolutionaries like Lenin and Hitler were just good at getting these bar room hedonists to the front.

    Far worse than my knucklehead brother are the disgusting, woke lawyers I work with who break their necks to promote blacks and spit on the white working class.

    Can’t be worse than the education sector. People that work in enriched areas know they are lying and also know that it isn’t working. It’s madness.

    We really have an entire professional class that knows the system is based on lies.

    When I got out of college I had a conservative actually tell me to just forget about all the lies I discovered because I will be paid well. This is how the system operates. It depends on professionals to keep their mouths shut in exchange for family covered health care and a 4 bedroom house. The White working poor gets screwed and all these professionals look the other way as they commit themselves to the lies of the system.

    A Hispanic/White alliance is probably the only way out. Too many Whites will take their 4 bedroom house and 60″ TV even if it means releasing some violent criminal negro on the streets or lying to White kids about biology. The probable alliance will be Whites and Hispanics that don’t buy into “Free market” capitalism and also don’t buy that Bantu are just “held back” by nasty racist Whites.

  130. anarchyst says:
    @SBaker

    You are wrong about ivermectin. When used properly, it is effective against covid. I would not trust a hospital to provide effective treatments for covid as they have a large financial incentive to ventilate anyone who tests positive.

    • Replies: @SBaker
  131. @Herbert R. Tarlek, Jr.

    I just had it too. It’s basically a cold.

    Nonsense! How have you gotten this far in life believing everyone only experiences what you? Narcissistic much?

    Some people have had very intense and/or very prolonged cases. How, in Dec 2021, do you not know that?

    Clown world….you got that part right, Mr. Clown.

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
    , @SBaker
  132. Sulu says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    I sincerely hope that you are correct.

    Sulu

  133. @John Johnson

    What I don’t like is when they try to dominate a thread without any semblance of balance.

    A million Unz-type websites wouldn’t begin to rectify the existing imbalance in favor of the Covidian propaganda lies.

    That gives a misperception to Unz readers that all anti-establishment types are against the vaccine.

    By definition if you’re a member of the establishment’s astroturfed Covidian cult and support the TV’s command to be experimentally injected with “vaccines” which aren’t vaccines by any conventional definition, thereby joining the establishment’s propaganda ministry at whatever meager unpaid volunteer level, you’re as pro-establishment as it’s possible to be.

    And since you evidently didn’t notice, here’s a news flash for you: Covidianism and “wokeness” go hand in hand, are being pressed by the exact same globalist-technocrat elites, and are part of the same totalitarian agenda. It’s impossible to coherently oppose one of those while embracing the other.

    • Agree: usNthem
    • Replies: @John Johnson
  134. @Fidelios Automata

    I’ve never had a flu shot and I rarely get the flu.

    I’ve never had a flu shot and never get the flu.

    Then in February 2020 I got sick in that way for the first time in as long as I can remember. It was pretty mild – a few days of a sore throat, which gave way to a week of pronounced coughing. I took it easy but still went about my normal routine.

    At the time I wondered if it was one of those mild “Corona” cases and to this day I still wonder. Never had a test (and shortly after began to learn what a complete fraud PCR testing is), but by 2021 I was saying anytime the subject came up that I’m sure that if “Covid” exists at all I’ve already had it and gained broad natural cross-immunity, in contradistinction to the narrow-cast and very sieve-like barrier the injections allegedly confer.

    Regardless of whether or not I actually had mildly symptomatic Covid, I have no doubt that I and anyone else who isn’t literally living in a bunker have been exposed many times.

    The only sane, rational way to go is to have confidence in evolution and the natural immune system, rather than throwing all science overboard and becoming a born-again creationist and evolution-denier the way the cultists do when they become true-believers in the cult’s lockdowns, superstitious rituals like face diapers and hex distancing, and most of all the experimental gene-altering injections via which they religiously believe they’ll be technologically transformed into some kind of supermen who are immune to nature itself.

    That secular version of Dominion theology as propagated by the scientism cult since the 19th century is what’s really being escalated here by the globalist-technocratic elites who engineered the fake “pandemic” in the first place to serve as the pretext for this radical escalation toward techno-globalist totalitarianism.

    Needless to say, the chaotic “order” envisioned by techno-globalism run amok has no place for any of the basic ideas espoused at a website like Unz.

  135. @The Real World

    “I just had it too. It’s basically a cold.”

    Nonsense! How have you gotten this far in life believing everyone only experiences what you? Narcissistic much?

    Some people have had very intense and/or very prolonged cases. How, in Dec 2021, do you not know that?

    “Some people have had very intense and/or very prolonged cases.”

    How have you gotten this far in life believing everyone only experiences the same as the ill-attested anecdotes you prefer? Narcissistic much?

    https://off-guardian.org/2021/12/15/the-5-signs-you-dont-have-omicron-you-have-a-cold-and-a-pcr-test/

    • Replies: @The Real World
  136. martin_2 says:
    @John Johnson

    Let A = “My beliefs are generally those that one are commonly called “Right Wing””.

    Let B = “I believe that Covid is not as serious as the media and Establishment make out, and the vaccines do more harm than good”.

    I cannot see why anyone should think that either A implies B or B implies A. Or even that A and B are not independent.

    Surely one of the features of a right wing perspective is the rejection of dogmatic opinions, and the acceptance of the worrisome fact that there are many things we, I mean everyone, just don’t know. People like to think that scientists have perfect knowledge, and people want politicians to be doing something. But nature has a habit of taking us by surprise and no-one really knows.

  137. cohen says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    You are back. I thought the Likud party (all members are card carrying holohox survivors young, and old does not matter) restrained you because of your frequent absurd comments in favor of Israelis.
    Anti Vaxx or pro vaxx that is not your area of expertise. Stick with promoting Holohox. That is a safer bet.

  138. SBaker says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Knowing the country of origin explains the envy, the hate for white Americans, and cultural characteristics. If you don’t recognize the value of that information, that’s fine.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  139. SBaker says:
    @Mike Tre

    The hallmarks of this breed: Envy and Ingratitude. All of their actions are distorted by these two emotions. They will never become functioning adults.

  140. @SBaker

    Another Linus, afraid to put down his flag?

    The (departed, sadly) Linh Dinh often had this cope thrown at him by prideful, born here Americans.

    “… last refuge …”

  141. SBaker says:
    @anarchyst

    Just so I understand; tell me about your experience with Ivermectin? What line of work are you in? Can you send a reference for a controlled clinical trial using ivermectin as a virucide in people, cattle, horses, or dogs?
    So you actually believe that trained physicians and staff are all crooked? I have 6 MDs and 4 DVMs in my family, 4 of which I remain in close contact. They don’t ventilate patients who test positive. They ventilate patients in respiratory distress when blood oxygenation falls below about 90%.
    I guess I assume by your name, you desire anarchy for all? Are you african?

  142. SBaker says:
    @The Real World

    These 3rd world thinkers have no idea what the concept of biological variability means. Half the commenters here are outright Luddites.

  143. anarchyst says:
    @SBaker

    not african…free white and over 21. Although, it would appear that africans are smart to have vaccine hesitancy after what was done to them in the Tuskegee experiments.
    I’ve done my homework on these “vaccines” and know what I am talking about.
    The mRNA “jabs” are poisons. They are time-delayed genocide weapons. Observe the number of adverse reactions to these poisons. they are designed to compromise immune systems on a delayed basis, quite often 18 months to two years. I pray that I am wrong but fear that I m right.
    covid 19 is a politicized weapon.
    Ever notice that there have been no flu cases in the past two years…everything is covid.
    When you have frauds like fauci and gates pushing “vaccines” which are not vaccines in the traditional sense, something is seriously wrong.
    A province in India went off the “jab” and instituted an ivermectin protocol. Their covid cases dropped to zero.
    Why is congress, and other federal executive and judicial positions exempt from the jab?
    I don’t care how many MDs you have in your family.
    When a medical cartel prohibits doctors from making their own decisions on how to treat patients, something is seriously wrong. When a medical cartel prohibits “off label” use of medications, threatening loss of licensure, something is seriously wrong…
    Fortunately, I have honest doctors who have advised against getting the “jab”.
    Follow the money…

    • Agree: usNthem, Sulu
    • Replies: @Sulu
    , @GeneralRipper
    , @SBaker
  144. @Flying Dutchman

    — You made no cogent or useful point. —

    • LOL: Flying Dutchman
  145. Sulu says:
    @anarchyst

    Ever notice that there have been no flu cases in the past two years…everything is covid.

    That one fact is telling us that the entire covid narrative has some element of fraud to it.

    Sulu

  146. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:
    @anyone with a brain

    Well, we can certainly take a stab at your ethnicity, from that little gem alone.

    MUH DIK!

    • LOL: Sulu
  147. GeneralRipper [AKA "Nemo me impune lacessit"] says:
    @anarchyst

    If you insist on taking notice of things that you shouldn’t, I’m afraid you’ll have to be made an example of, Citizen!

    It’s pretty much the same with black crime and dysfunction.

    The Covid Scamdemic as well as “Climate Change” are key parts of the Great Economic Reset/ Great Replacement.

    • Thanks: anarchyst
  148. SBaker says:
    @anarchyst

    I appreciate you answering one of the questions I asked. You neglected these questions for some reason: Just so I understand; tell me about your experience with Ivermectin? What line of work are you in? Can you send a reference for a controlled clinical trial using ivermectin as a virucide in people, cattle, horses, or dogs?

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @Quaker
  149. anarchyst says:
    @SBaker

    I’m going to turn your question around.
    Can you reference the controlled studies for the mRNA jabs? It turns out that since they are “experimental”, that information is not included in the package inserts.
    In fact, the drug manufacturers want to withhold that information for 55 years…

  150. MEH 0910 says:

  151. My grandson had a test that showed he had covid, but not which version.
    He was at my house Christmas day, with a house full of loving Family and Freinds.
    Ask me if I’m going to get tested or self-isolate!

    I will not!
    I’m exhausted with all the manufactured fear brought about by communist vermin.

  152. @ruralguy

    Your comment makes me proud to own a 1836 Colt Patterson revolver that was issued to the Rangers.

    God Bless Texas, but please don’t let it get turned blue by all the imports from liberal Yankeeland and California.

  153. Quaker says:
    @SBaker

    Don’t need a study. I took it. 4 of my kids took it. Several of my clients took it. ‘muh covid’ gone in 48 hours. There’s your study. 100% effective.

    • Agree: Flying Dutchman
    • Thanks: anarchyst
  154. Dumbo says:

    I’m getting to the conclusion that the original “Covid”, if it existed at all, is pretty much gone by now, and the dreaded “Omicron” is really just the common flu, rebranded to keep the panic and the “boosterization” going. It’s less serious, it’s more contagious, and it’s impossible to stop, at least with the current demented measures.

    But, fact is, if we started maniacally “testing” and counting the cases of flu and common cold, and plastered their numbers over all newspapers, it would also appear as a terrible, unstoppable pandemic. And yet we have lived with them for millions of years, and life goes on.

  155. @Achmed E. Newman

    I had thought that Austfailia had reached Peak Fear and Peak Hysteria, but the reaction to Omnicon is simply beyond belief. The MSM and medical Mafiosi still refuse to admit that it is much less harmful than Delta, demanding that we ‘wait and see’, and panic in the meantime.
    The MSM is full of ‘paediatricians’ proclaiming that Omnicon attacks children, just as the child vaxxes are rolled out, and, yesterday, a ‘baby’ supposedly died of Omnicon, which would be a world first, I suspect, and total bullshit I more strongly suspect. Details of this ‘case’ have, naturally, been withheld, and all the proles are up in arms demanding ‘jabs, jabs, jabs’ for their kiddies. A species at the end of its tether.

  156. @Jim Christian

    I hear she hasn’t gotten over the disappointment, yet.

    • LOL: Truth
  157. @ruralguy

    You Yankee fascists do adore your death-squads, don’t you.

  158. @John Johnson

    “Well half my social circle has gotten it and that includes a stubborn anti-vaxxer.”

    So by admission half of your social circle has had covid but only one is anti vax, which means the rest of them are vaccinated yet still got covid. Lots of proof there that the vaccine works right?

    “Test kits are sold out in a lot of states.”
    And who told you this? the media?

    “Omicron levels are much higher than the gov stats.”
    Again where did you get that information? The media again? Your sentence does not even make sense. We have a cooperating media and government campaign which pushes fear and terror over getting the sniffles or covid if you will. Why would the government which is taking away your rights, destroying small businesses, and restricting your movement underreport covid infections??? That would be like being anti gun and saying that shootings are underreported.

    So sorry but your %90 of my friends who had covid were vaccinated against it argument is a joke.
    Lastly, it is smart to compare what happens in your real life to the lying garbage on the news. The news and idiots like you are claiming covid is everywhere but noone anyone actually knows has had it. Trusting the same media who laughed at wearing masks when Trump suggested wearing them and are now taping them to elementary school kids faces. Yeah real trustworthy source of information there.

    • Thanks: anarchyst
    • Replies: @John Johnson
  159. @SBaker

    “I have 6 MDs and 4 DVMs in my family, 4 of which I remain in close contact. They don’t ventilate patients who test positive. They ventilate patients in respiratory distress when blood oxygenation falls below about 90%.”

    You’re either lying or your family’s as retarded as you are. I mocked ventilators from day one of the virus hoax – if someone is short of breath whilst still able to breathe, you give her supplemental oxygen. You don’t shove a tube down her throat and murder her.

    • Agree: anarchyst
    • Replies: @Dumbo
  160. @Flying Dutchman

    And since you evidently didn’t notice, here’s a news flash for you: Covidianism and “wokeness” go hand in hand, are being pressed by the exact same globalist-technocrat elites, and are part of the same totalitarian agenda. It’s impossible to coherently oppose one of those while embracing the other.

    It’s a vaccine that was developed by private companies. It has nothing to do with wokeness, globalism or dopey leftism. If everyone voted out globalists those companies would still make vaccines. They would continue to make COVID vaccines, flu vaccines, HPV vaccines, etc. That is what they do. There is profit in vaccines because they work. Your insurance covers them because they have done the math and can see that they save money in the long run if everyone is vaccinated.

    The leader of the anti-vaxx movement however is a globalist and proud liberal. Maybe you saw him in the news recently:
    https://nypost.com/2021/12/18/rfk-jr-says-cheryl-hines-urged-party-guests-to-be-vaxxed-for-covid/

    I make my decisions based on medical literature and not TEEVEE or some loser Kennedy that couldn’t hack it as a politician.

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  161. @aldasfail770

    So by admission half of your social circle has had covid but only one is anti vax, which means the rest of them are vaccinated yet still got covid. Lots of proof there that the vaccine works right?

    I know people that got it before the vaccines were available.

    Regardless one person’s social circle is anecdotal. Can be interesting to discuss but not a study.

    Meanwhile there are now hundreds of studies from around the world showing that the vaccines work. That should have been obvious when the hospitals were overloaded with the unvaccinated. Kind of a big durrr at that point.

    Omicron levels are much higher than the gov stats

    Again where did you get that information? The media again? Your sentence does not even make sense.

    There is a shortage of tests in numerous states. So yes the Omicron rates are higher than what is being reported.
    https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/wayne-county-news/wayne-county-halts-covid-19-testing-until-further-notice-due-to-shortage-of-test-kits/

    Even if widespread tests were available the actual cases would still be higher. They wouldn’t include all the people that stayed home and didn’t test.

    Why would the government which is taking away your rights, destroying small businesses, and restricting your movement underreport covid infections??? That would be like being anti gun and saying that shootings are underreported.

    The stats come from counties which are then submitted at the state level. You can read about test shortages at the county level if you think there is some conspiracy.
    https://cbs58.com/news/shortage-of-at-home-covid-tests-making-waits-worse-at-testing-sites

    The news and idiots like you are claiming covid is everywhere but noone anyone actually knows has had it

    You must have zero friends if you don’t know anyone that has had it.

    In case you forgot Trump and half his cabinet had COVID. Are they all lying?

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  162. @YourAverageJoe

    Tell me some of the symptoms, Joe, and I’ll see if I can help.

    I’m no doctor, but I play one on the internet:

    Has your grandson been reading a lot of the classics lately, say Plato or Aristotle? Failing that, has he suddenly learned how to mix drinks such as Black Russians and such and/or (usually and) been spending lots of money on kegs of beer. Does he often “worship the porcelain goddess” as victims are wont to call it, late in the evenings? Does he occasionally go into what looks like seizures while at parties, lying on the ground and yelling “Gator!!” while wearing sheets on or about his person?

    If any of those symptoms presents, my diagnosis is infection by one of the Greek letter variants.

  163. @John Johnson

    It’s a vaccine that was developed by private companies. It has nothing to do with wokeness, globalism or dopey leftism.

    https://www.pfizer.com/about/responsibility/diversity-and-inclusion

    Diversity is just as crucial to building a successful business as it is to building a vibrant culture. We realize that means not just attracting the best and brightest talent, but also ensuring that our colleagues can thrive in an environment where we champion diversity, equity and inclusion every single day, all around the world.

    Of course all big corporations are 100% on board with the “wokeness” onslaught as a weapon of control.

    It’s also not a “vaccine”, as is well known by anyone who cares that words have meaning.

    If everyone voted out globalists those companies would still make vaccines.

    No society which had a shred of self-preservation instinct would place anything like vaccination (let alone uncontrolled radical experimental procedures) and its propaganda under the control of profit-seeking corporations. Nor would it undergo globalization. To eradicate globalization (“vote out”, good joke) is a necessary step toward liberating health care and medicine from the psychopaths that now control it, including your corporate idols.

    There is profit in vaccines because they work.

    Then why have manufacturers been indemnified against legal liability since the 1980s? On the contrary, that’s proof that they don’t work, are unsafe and are not “profitable” in any textbook sense.

    On the contrary, they’re profitable because of the kind of racketeering where governments allow them to shift their civil liability to the taxpayers while criminal liability for assault, manslaughter and murder simply ceases to exist at all.

    To date the most extreme manifestation of this racketeering has been the monumental robbery of public money almost every government has committed in handing over billions of dollars to the Big Pharma cabal to purchase these medically worthless, physically deadly weapons of totalitarian social control and perhaps deliberate depopulation.

    Besides the many other great evils of this world-historical Covidian crime wave, it’s among the two or three greatest financial crimes in all of history.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  164. @John Johnson

    I know people that got it before the vaccines were available…

    Omicron levels are much higher than the gov stats…

    There is a shortage of tests in numerous states…So yes the Omicron rates are higher than what is being reported.

    It’s truly pathetic that after all this time someone still can be so uninformed, clueless and gullible that you still believe in the testing regime, which already was proven to be fraudulent in the first weeks of the fake “pandemic”.

    It would be comical if the potential totalitarian consequences weren’t so dire, how you Covidian cultists have come full circle. The “Omicron variant”, if it exists at all, is by all accounts on the exact same level as the common cold, which also is purported to come from a coronavirus. By all accounts its symptoms are identical to those of the cold.

    Since the PCR test can do nothing but find the presence of generic coronavirus fragments but tells you very little about the specific character of these fragments and literally nothing about whether the presence of these fragments has any relation to symptoms, there is zero effective difference between Omicron and the common cold. Anyone with a runny nose is now free to say he “has” either Covid or the cold, whichever his religion and his level of sanity prefer.

    So your cult now has in effect reached the point where all your propaganda, interventions, terror and hate are focused completely on the common cold.

    the vaccines work. That should have been obvious when the hospitals were overloaded with the unvaccinated.

    Since that has never happened anywhere except in the corporate media’s lies, by your own logic it proves the experimental injections don’t work.

    And they’re not “vaccines” except in your fantasyland.

    Trump and half his cabinet had COVID. Are they all lying?

    Either lying or as gullible and sheeplike as you.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  165. @Flying Dutchman

    https://www.pfizer.com/about/responsibility/diversity-and-inclusion

    A corporate boilerplate statement on diversity? That is proof of some woke conspiracy?

    Every large company has one. Is John Deere also in on the conspiracy?

    https://www.deere.co.in/en/our-company/john-deere-careers/diversity/

    It’s also not a “vaccine”, as is well known by anyone who cares that words have meaning.

    Go ahead and take the position that they don’t work. I really don’t care. One day you will admit to yourself that you were wrong just like anti-vaxxers that are currently in the hospital.

    No society which had a shred of self-preservation instinct would place anything like vaccination (let alone uncontrolled radical experimental procedures) and its propaganda under the control of profit-seeking corporations.

    In theory that sounds reasonable but in reality it has been a handful of US and German companies that have developed most medicine even though billions have been thrown at public research.

    That is a politically incorrect reality that globalists and egalitarians do not want to face.

    If you invested billions into US university research you would be much more likely to have “diversity focused” teams wheb compared to the private sector. The public sector is fully committed to diversity and race denial at any price. So this is far more complicated than just railing against private companies.

    Nor would it undergo globalization.

    Globalization has been a long progress and is a separate issue from a coronavirus vaccine. Both parties have pushed for globalization since WW2. Both parties decided that race doesn’t exist and thus it’s just a matter of time before the entire globe is first world. Protecting large industries is then protectionist because you are preventing outsourcing and third world progress. Globalist theories have proven to be based on fiction but our politicians would rather commit seppuku than admit the truth which is that gene distribution is a factor in economic development.

    I am anti-globalist and pro-vaccine. I was anti-globalist well before COVID and the virus/vaccine is complete separate.

    Then why have manufacturers been indemnified against legal liability since the 1980s? On the contrary, that’s proof that they don’t work, are unsafe and are not “profitable” in any textbook sense.

    You are all over the place. Pfizer and Moderna have liability protection that covers the vaccines. That was part of the deal that Trump made with them.

    Pfizer has been sued many times like all large companies. The idea that they have special protection since the 80s is ridiculous. You really need better news sources than FB.
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pfizer-lawsuit-idUSKCN10D1D8

    Trump and half his cabinet had COVID. Are they all lying?

    Either lying or as gullible and sheeplike as you.

    So you believe that Trump lied about having COVID? Why would he do that? The hospital that treated him lied as well? This is really the second dumbest conspiracy theory of all time. Second only to flat earth theory.

    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  166. Dumbo says:
    @Flying Dutchman

    Johnson & Johnson is an idiot. No need to reply to a fool. Happy New Year.

    • Agree: Flying Dutchman
    • Replies: @Flying Dutchman
  167. Dumbo says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Mechanical ventilation has been one of the worst horror stories of this pandemic and something that made me very suspicious of modern doctors and treatments. Thousands of people died because of it, until the medical establishment realized, “hey, perhaps that’s not the best way to treat this…”

  168. @John Johnson

    Trump and half his cabinet had COVID. Are they all lying?

    Either lying or as gullible and sheeplike as you.

    So you believe that Trump lied about having COVID? Why would he do that? The hospital that treated him lied as well?

    I guess I should have listed “stupid” as well, given how you were incapable of registering the latter part of a nine-word sentence. The Covidiot vax-monger Trump sure sounds like someone who could be stampeded into believing himself mortally ill the moment he has a sniffle and a positive PCR test. (Although it is true that if one of the many enemies Trump inexplicably tolerated within his own administration were to leak to the press that he “has Covid”, he’d have little choice politically than to go along with it, given the premises of his position on Covid up to then. So that would be an incentive to lie.)

    As for the hospitals, they’ve systematically lied about the “Covid” numbers from day one. They do this out of ideological fidelity, the careerism of doctors and administrators and the lavish incentives governments bestowed upon them as a reward for their pandemic of fraudulent “Covid” diagnoses.

    https://aapsonline.org/bidens-bounty-on-your-life-hospitals-incentive-payments-for-covid-19/

  169. @Dumbo

    I replied anyway, not for J&J himself but for the benefit of those reading this thread who are unsure about things.

    Happy New Year to you too.

  170. @epochehusserl

    The Native American practice of potlach included human sacrifice as a demonstration of wealth. Postmodernists like to whitewash the savagery of non-western groups to an astonishing degree.

    Posh leftist/postmodernist/ decontructivist philosophers like the critical theory esthetician professor Christoph Menke mention the potlach as a form of socialism “avant la lettre” – which is true: Including the will to sacrifice humans that is…

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  171. GenFranco says:
    @Liborio Guaso

    I’m not a Trump guy (I look to my left and I can barely see the orange man) but this is hilarious. Remember your side declaring Trump a racist because he wanted to stop all flights from China? Remember the five Democrat-controlled states that threw COVID patients into old age rest homes and killed thousands?

    Go ask blacks and latinos why they are the MOST resistant to taking the vaccine.

    Are you sure you’re not some nazi-LARPer who created a fake account to make lefties look like complete simpletons? If so, my hat’s off to you!

  172. AceDeuce says:
    @TKK

    I’m in my 60s, and one thing I often bring up is that, back when I was a kid, you couldn’t buy an adult NFL jersey. No grown man would be caught dead in one, anyway. As far as I know, you couldn’t buy an official kid’s one either, but they had generic looking jerseys for kids-not that most kids had them.

    I know that I never saw a grown man wear any kind of pro sports fan/cuck clothing items, not even at the stadium.

  173. @Dieter Kief

    For you and epochehusserl: I’ll have to remember that, next time someone brings up having a potlach… oh, wait, that’s a potluck. If you’re lucky, nobody brings any dishes full of human eyes, lips and assholes.

    As for the patach, the “giving away or destroying wealth or valuable items in order to demonstrate a leader’s wealth and power”, I guess the closest we come to now is the demolition derby. Well, and when David Letterman used to have someone drop TV sets off of buildings. Then, there were the Led Zeppelin hotel stays. Yeah, that’s the closest thing, trashing hotel rooms and destroying perfectly good guitars.

  174. Truth says:
    @ruralguy

    That’s nice Bro.

    But those spreadsheets are due on your boss’ desk at 11:00 AM tomorrow…

  175. AReply says:

    It was plain to anyone of sense that the kid was just trying to be polite and non-confrontational, but the media commies presented him as the villain of the incident.

    All he wanted was to make America white again. Politely.

    There is speculation that Kyle Rittenhouse…

    Begging more questions? Great news!

    …perp was black and the victims all white, making it not at all newsworthy

    I sense a pattern unfolding in this message of hope.

    …state of the West in general, that we are nowadays so susceptible to these mass hysterias…

    Please, go on…

    I was fired by the National Review

    IS THERE NO LONGER MONEY IN THE POLITE DISCOURSE OF BIGOTRY? SRSLY I JUST WANNA MAGA! AND GETTING PAID IS NICE.

    Dear Derpyshire, an upbeat story would be anyone in this online brain-trust and soul-trap of white privilege using a tiny percentage of his genius to speak up with ideas and agendas to help overcome the pandemic and gain a stronger country and commonwealth. Even if you were just speaking up for poor white people, at least you could be helping improve something, beyond applying your common sense approach of Devil take the hindmost and justifications for fomenting hoards of shambling right-wing zombies.

    • Thanks: Truth
    • Replies: @cosMICjester
  176. Sanjay says:
    @Anonymous

    I have not reproduced, nor do I intend to – I have bad genes that I do not want to pass on, I wrote about it here in a very eccentric moment of extreme “autism:” https://www.unz.com/comments/all/?commenterfilter=Israel_4_Ever#

    It’s the fifth comment down. I wonder if the comments under that user name can be merged with my current user-name. The IP address will be shown to be the same.

  177. Sanjay says:
    @Anonymous

    I even have some of my comments here under another user-name: https://www.unz.com/comments/all/?commenterfilter=Sanjay+P.

    My brain is too disorganized due to severe medically diagnosed Attention Deficit Disorder, so I have a hard time keeping a single account – I keep on losing things. Yet another reason I choose not to pass on my genes via reproduction.

  178. Can a Wisconsin governor fire an elected DA?

  179. @ruralguy

    I am the proud owner of an 1836 Colt Patterson revolver, just like the Rangers had.

  180. Truth says:
    @TKK

    It’s always another white guy who is tasked with “starting the revolution” while the Unzista who came up with the brilliant idea rests peacefully at home. Anyone else notice this?

    Quick peice of advice: instead of waiting for the next William Wallace, why not BECOME the next Willliam Wallace?

    What do you have to lose? Let’s face it; your life is a bit pathetic anyway and ain’t gonna improve one iota…

  181. @AReply

    Naw the dumb kid was trying to be a hero stopping the ANTQUEEFA anarchist vermin & the feral felonious orcs from looting & burning the town down. U should relocate to the dark continent already angry eggplant you’d be much happier amongst your H0M0Erectus brethren

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