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My freshman year in college, I had an English teacher, Stanley Ward, who said, “All writing is about sex or death,” which drew laughs from us idiots, for it sounded like a joke, but if you consider how everything falls within the continuum between the generation of life and its negation, then of course Mr. Ward was right.

Everything is about sex or death, so, for example, a hug, smile, handshake, conversation or just mingling is obviously sex, while a turning away, bad smell, disease, lockdown or absence of information is clearly death.

Though this yin yang tussle between sex and death is constant, one partner may stay on top for an unconscionably long time, which may lead you to conclude that life is basically a feast, with a fabulous spread of food, or it’s more or less a concentration camp, or even hell.

So where do you think we are right now? I’d say we’ve been trending towards death for decades, with the most natural intercourses increasingly out of reach. Even before being ordered to shelter in place, we already practiced solitary confinement, with nearly everyone avoiding a look in the eye or attentive listening like the plague. Even before this social distancing campaign, we were already antisocials, well versed at distancing.

Nothing is tolerable unless it’s filtered through a medium. Sitting together in an ear-splitting bar, the dating couple text each other. Watching a screen in the dark, husband and wife say nothing for an hour or two. At the dinner table, everyone hears his own music while texting manically. Hey, why have anxiety ridden sex when you can just chaturbate?

It’s all good. In Forbes, Bernard Marr cheerfully predicts nine promising outcomes from the coronavirus crisis: “More Contactless Interfaces and Interactions,” “Strengthened Digital Infrastructure,” “Better Monitoring Using IoT and Big Data,” “AI-Enabled Drug Development,” “Telemedicine,” “More Online Shopping,” “Increased Reliance on Robots,” “More Digital Events” and “Rise in Esports.”

Marr delicately left out how we’ll all become digital Casanovas, with the more profligate boasting a harem of silicon mistresses. The Pope will have to constantly remind the faithful to stick with just one sex doll, please, until death or the Second Coming.

It’s not all good. In the Wall Street Journal, Henry Kissinger complains, “The pandemic has prompted an anachronism, a revival of the walled city in an age when prosperity depends on global trade and movement of people.” No virus is illegal.

The eminence grise forgets to mention the free movement of capital, production and knowledge has left America with thousands of shuttered factories, dead main streets and, now, even a shortage of face masks to help it deter the coronavirus. Kissinger also has nothing to say about our individual immurement.

Borders between countries are awful, but walls around each citizen or Palestinians are more than kosher, so just get used to them.

There is hope. The coronavirus crisis has exposed the relative merits of nations, so the entire world can see, for example, how broken and corrupt the US is, with no leadership to speak of. Dawdling, it failed to prevent needless deaths, then shut down much of the country, bankrupting thousands of businesses and throwing millions out of work. As a fix, it throws mere crumbs at desperate citizens, while bailing out the big banks, again.

Here in South Korea, the government has been decisive and organized, without resorting to a crippling lockdown, so this past Sunday, the ruling party won a landslide victory, from the highest voter turnout in 28 years. Just over a month ago, 1.5 million Koreans signed a petition to impeach President Moon Jae-In, however.

Protests are common here, and riots will erupt, but without the looting often seen in America. During the Gwangju Uprising in 1980, at least 241 civilians were killed, with thousands more wounded. On the government side, 41 died, but 14 soldiers were killed by friendly fire.

Whatever their politics, Koreans don’t have to argue that their unique heritage, history, identity and ancestral land must be fiercely defended, even to death. Unlike in much of the West, nationalism is still the bedrock of Oriental societies. A Korean’s most sacred duty, then, is the maintenance of Korea, as Korea.

In the West, kids are being taught that only reactionary assholes are nationalists. Albert Einstein explains, “Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.” Yet the genius was a staunch supporter of Zionism, that land grabbing, genocidal and endless war project still going strong. There’s no contradiction, “One can be internationally minded, without renouncing interest in one’s tribal comrades.”

As has been pointed out repeatedly, many prominent Jews have advocated an entirely different set of values and course of actions for you and me, while reserving the most racist and warlike agenda for their “tribal comrades.”

Nationalism is the most natural and inevitable instinct. Nation is derived from the Latin nascor, “to be born.” It’s not synonymous with the state. Native comes from Latin natus, “birth.” To be a nationalist, then, is to love, or at least be protective of, one’s native land. To rail against this requires a late-stage sickness or deep dishonesty, which, unfortunately, many proudly display.

“There comes a time / When we heed a certain call / When the world must come together as one,” sang the germophobic child molester, and since we were world, we were the children, we swayingly sang along, and that’s great. I’m not arguing against caring about distant peoples. The song was written as a plea for African famine victims.

I’m just pointing out there’s no moral high ground in declaring yourself a global citizen, a concept that’s traceable to an idiosyncratic bum from 24 centuries ago.

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Diogenes, “I am a citizen of the world.” Born in Sinope, he died in Corinth, 800 miles away, so that’s some serious trekking for way back then, but the philosopher never left the Greek world. Often begging for food and sleeping in a huge jar at the market, dude was basically a Thoreau without his mom or some land to squat on.

Speaking of the Concordian, here’s some of his daydreaming, “I am refreshed and expanded when the freight train rattles past me, and I smell the stores which go dispensing their odors all the way from Long Wharf to Lake Champlain, reminding me of foreign parts, of coral reefs, and Indian oceans, and tropical climes, and the extent of the globe. I feel more like a citizen of the world at the sight of the palm-leaf which will cover so many flaxen New England heads the next summer.”

Thoreau never left the USA. The truth is, there are no world citizens. None! If displaced, you’re either a tourist, immigrant, refugee or occupier. Everyone belongs to a nation, and native or immigrant, you must protect it, because it’s sheltering you.

Again, I’m talking about the people and land, not the state, especially the American one, for it’s not just thoroughly unrepresentative, but a systematic enemy of its citizens.

An empire does that, wars against tribes, including its own, and globalism is its bible. It sounds good. We’re the world.

Globalism is but a ruthless effort to rebuild the Tower of Babel, and as cookie cutter slaves, we’re supposed to cement brick after brick onto this monstrosity.

Though endlessly preaching diversity, globalists seek to blur, suppress and, ultimately, stamp it out, so that we’ll obey their commands in just a single language.

The coronavirus crisis is a turning point in this escalating war between globalists and us dumb hicks. As we gobble baked beans while sheltering in place, they have a well-mapped future to welcome us back into their new, openly naked death culture.

It will be a world of ubiquitous surveillance, universal snitching, curtailed movement, suffocated speech and enforced, increasingly absurd dogmatism, with a lockdown to be sprung on us at any time, since we already know the drill.

To avoid this fate, we must assert our regional autonomy and resist each diktat. This will take much clarity, composure and courage. We shouldn’t worry about what foreign hicks are up to, but simply band with neighboring hicks, to defend our precious hickdom. We must liberate our home turf first.

The chaotic American response to the coronavirus crisis is actually auspicious, for it shows their evil core is cracking. Fragmentation is our exit.

Linh Dinh’s latest book is Postcards from the End of America. He maintains a regularly updated photo blog.

 
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  1. It is always a pleasure to read your ruminations and uncommon common sense. Please take good care of yourself, Mr. Dinh. We need you.

    • Replies: @jo6pac
    , @Getaclue
  2. swamped says:

    “Thoreau never left the USA”…not unless you count Canada as part of the greater USA. For America’s greatest thinker made the then, lengthy journey to Montreal & Quebec City in the Fall of 1850 by train & steamboat with fellow Concordian, Ellery Channing. The result was a still interesting & very short book entitled, ‘A Yankee in Canada’, one of Thoreau’s least remembered works. In it, he muses: “To a traveller from the Old World, Canada East may appear like a new country, and its inhabitants like colonists, but to me, coming from New England, and being a very green traveller withal—notwithstanding what I have said about Hudsones Bay,—it appeared as old as Normandy itself, and realized much that I had heard of Europe and the Middle Ages. Even the names of humble Canadian villages, affected me as if they had been those of the renowned cities of antiquity. To be told by a habitan, when I asked the name of a village in sight, that it is St. Faeraeol or Ste. Anne, the Guardian Angel or the Holy Josephes, or of a mountain, that it was Baelangae, or St. Hyacinthe! As soon as you leave the States, these saintly names begin. St. John is the first town you stop at (fortunately we did not see it), and thenceforward, the names of the mountains and streams, and villages, reel, if I may so speak, with the intoxication of poetry;—Chambly, Longueil, Pointe aux Trembles, Bartholomy, as if it needed only a little foreign accent, a few more liquids and vowels perchance in the language, to make us locate our ideals at once. I began to dream of Provence and the Troubadours, and of places and things which have no existence on the earth.”
    If mystical Thoreau wasn’t a ‘world citizen’, then perhaps he could truthfully be described as an other-worldly citizen. One!

    • Thanks: utu
    • Replies: @Linh Dinh
    , @Stonehands
  3. If there’s any good to being on lockdown, it’s getting to catch up on my Linh Dinh!

    “There comes a time / When we heed a certain call / When the world must come together as one,” sang the germophobic child molester, and since we were world, we were the children, we swayingly sang along, and that’s great.

    Creepy imagery. In my case, the song was already ruined for me a few years back when a bunch of NATO foreign ministers linked arms during a karaoke session and started belting it out in public: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVXxZqyiKrY

    Thoreau never left the USA. The truth is, there are no world citizens. None! If displaced, you’re either a tourist, immigrant, refugee or occupier.

    Or an exile, like me.

    The chaotic American response to the coronavirus crisis is actually auspicious, for it shows their evil core is cracking. Fragmentation is our exit.

    Yeah, I have that feeling, too. I’m seeing protests heat get going in N. Carolina and Michigan, and I’m wondering how long it will be before they start up everywhere. Stay tuned …

    • Replies: @Johann
    , @the grand wazoo
  4. Linh Dinh says: • Website
    @swamped

    Thanks for the correction! That book sounds fascinating.

  5. utu says:

    The truth is, there are no world citizens. None! If displaced, you’re either a tourist, immigrant, refugee or occupier. Everyone belongs to a nation, and native or immigrant, you must protect it, because it’s sheltering you.

    This is very good. Thanks!

    • Agree: John Achterhof, Wally
    • Replies: @Tor597
    , @Jeff Stryker
  6. Excellent. Almost the Anti-COVID Manifesto.

    • Agree: AB_Anonymous
  7. Linh wrote and I agree: “We must liberate our home turf first.”

    Problem: ZUS Stimulus checks, arrival Thursday, April 16, into direct deposit accounts.

    An old friend and colleague Scranton school bus driver, Bill Hopkins, called late afternoon and with great cheer, he hollared, “Merry Christmas, Chuck!”
    Later I checked my FNB debit account, and yes, was “Merry Christmas” for me too.

    As the Federal Reserve has accomplished a “hostile takeover” of Santa’s money production factory, the necessity to liberate our home turf has become a greater challenge.

    Voila, the US Moneychangers “bank” on the Garden of Eden truism, Eat from the vine and you are mine.

  8. Anon[294] • Disclaimer says:

    Thank you dear Linh Dinh for another great article. This is one of your very best too.

  9. Anon 2 says:

    Linh Dinh’s articles are the first thing I check for when I come to Unz.
    Thank you!

    • Replies: @warbling j turpitude
  10. I listened to Linh Dinh’s interview with Kevin Barrett. Both men tend to lean to the belief that the number of deaths being reported are fairly accurate. Why would they believe anything whatsoever that the media reports. WHY?

    We’ve discovered about what has actually transpired over the last century and the massive wave of lies that have indoctrinated the public. A few understand the significance of the PNAC document and the Zionist characters that actually implemented 911. What did JFK say? “Secret Societies Are Repugnant.”

    Fast forward to now and all of a sudden the world is under Martial Law with Peter Schwartz’s “Lock Step.” This Rockefeller Foundation funded report has been implemented on an unbelievable global scale and very smart critical thinkers cannot make the connection between Coronavirus, Shwartz, Gates, Fauci, Rockefeller Kissinger and the CFR. http://www.nommeraadio.ee/meedia/pdf/RRS/Rockefeller%20Foundation.pdf

    Everyone has had a massive brain fart and completely forgotten the major lessons that governments, public institutions, both big and small, cannot be trusted and that they work in union with corporations and NGO’s. Their secret little clubs have led us to war and we again are believing what their media mouthpieces are spewing hourly on visual devices.

    Let’s also consider that these psychos are very smart. Do you not think that they understand the effectiveness of alternative forms of media and haven’t infiltrated them as well? Russia’s Sputnik, for example, has gone full bore with using the term “conspiracy theory” and spreading diversions. Alex Jones, the character, has brilliantly played the role of being so incredibly repugnant, that people will refuse to ask questions for fear of being equated to InfoWars.

    While many of us fall in line with what the government and media are feeding us, it is Cynthia McKinney again shining a big fat spotlight on the degenerates that control our minds and lead us around using our fear of death.

    WAKE UP! COVID-19 is another false flag!

    • Agree: Digital Samizdat, Alfred
    • Replies: @schrub
    , @obwandiyag
  11. unit472 says:

    So the ‘authentic’ Korea is the one Kim Il Sung built not the imitation America the Southern puppets modeled their society on. Juche, not baseball, porn and emigration to the US as the way to a better life.

  12. Excellent essay, Linh. “Fragmentation is our exit.” I completely agree, and have felt that way for a while, since long before the present psyop/bio attack. On the other hand, I think you characterize Einstein unfairly. While he may have been initially a Zionist, once he saw what was happening, he spoke out against it (I’m referring to the late 1940s) and even signed, together with Hannah Arendt and some other prominent Jews, a statement condemning what the Zionists were doing and comparing it to what had just happened in Germany. Perhaps someone here could dredge up that statement. At any rate, carry on with the excellent writing. Ironic humor is a balm in dark times.

    • LOL: Wally
    • Replies: @Al Monee
    , @Wally
    , @chris
  13. Dumbo says:

    Meh. Think that coronavirus will create more nationalism? Think again.

    It’s already being used as propaganda to bring even more diverse immigrants:

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/04/17/europe/migrant-workers-uk-coronavirus-gbr-intl/index.html

    I think there are “citizens of the world”. Jews are “citizens of the world”, or “rootless cosmopolitans” as it was called then. Because, as a Jew said once, the nation of Jews does not apply geographically, but temporally. The nation of Jews, contrary to all other nations (except perhaps gypsies) does not exist in a territory, but in time. In their continuation through the generations as unassimilated “Jews”. [I am for the moment ignoring Israel, as it is not a home for the majority of Jews in the world, nor it is seen necessarily by them as a nation in the usual, geographical sense].

    Europeans, perhaps because of their rural origins, are more attached to the land (Jews are traditionally merchants, so travellers by nature and less attached to the land).

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  14. If displaced, you’re either a tourist, immigrant, refugee or occupier.

    A decade or so ago, an American in Europe asked me when I planned to move back to the USA. My reply, “When the Republic is restored,” was met with nervous laughter.

    • Agree: Biff, Republic
    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  15. Al Monee says:
    @Nosquat Loquat

    A letter to The New York Times. Saturday December 4, 1948 by Albert Einstein, Hannah Arendt, Sidney Hook, et.al.

    TO THE EDITORS OF NEW YORK TIMES:
    Among the most disturbing political phenomena of our times is the emergence in the newly created state of Israel of the “Freedom Party” (Tnuat Haherut), a political party closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties. It was formed out of the membership and following of the former Irgun Zvai Leumi, a terrorist, right-wing, chauvinist organization in Palestine.
    The current visit of Menachem Begin, leader of this party, to the United States is obviously calculated to give the impression of American support for his party in the coming Israeli elections, and to cement political ties with conservative Zionist elements in the United States. Several Americans of national repute have lent their names to welcome his visit. It is inconceivable that those who oppose fascism throughout the world, if correctly informed as to Mr. Begin’s political record and perspectives, could add their names and support to the movement he represents.
    Before irreparable damage is done by way of financial contributions, public manifestations in Begin’s behalf, and the creation in Palestine of the impression that a large segment of America supports Fascist elements in Israel, the American public must be informed as to the record and objectives of Mr. Begin and his movement.
    The public avowals of Begin’s party are no guide whatever to its actual character. Today they speak of freedom, democracy and anti-imperialism, whereas until recently they openly preached the doctrine of the Fascist state. It is in its actions that the terrorist party betrays its real character; from its past actions we can judge what it may be expected to do in the future.

    [MORE]

    Attack on Arab Village
    A shocking example was their behavior in the Arab village of Deir Yassin. This village, off the main roads and surrounded by Jewish lands, had taken no part in the war, and had even fought off Arab bands who wanted to use the village as their base. On April 9 (THE NEW YORK TIMES), terrorist bands attacked this peaceful village, which was not a military objective in the fighting, killed most of its inhabitants (240 men, women, and children) and kept a few of them alive to parade as captives through the streets of Jerusalem. Most of the Jewish community was horrified at the deed, and the Jewish Agency sent a telegram of apology to King Abdullah of Trans-Jordan. But the terrorists, far from being ashamed of their act, were proud of this massacre, publicized it widely, and invited all the foreign correspondents present in the country to view the heaped corpses and the general havoc at Deir Yassin.
    The Deir Yassin incident exemplifies the character and actions of the Freedom Party.
    Within the Jewish community they have preached an admixture of ultranationalism, religious mysticism, and racial superiority. Like other Fascist parties they have been used to break strikes, and have themselves pressed for the destruction of free trade unions. In their stead they have proposed corporate unions on the Italian Fascist model.
    During the last years of sporadic anti-British violence, the IZL and Stern groups inaugurated a reign of terror in the Palestine Jewish community. Teachers were beaten up for speaking against them, adults were shot for not letting their children join them. By gangster methods, beatings, window-smashing, and wide-spread robberies, the terrorists intimidated the population and exacted a heavy tribute.
    The people of the Freedom Party have had no part in the constructive achievements in Palestine. They have reclaimed no land, built no settlements, and only detracted from the Jewish defense activity. Their much-publicized immigration endeavors were minute, and devoted mainly to bringing in Fascist compatriots.

    Discrepancies Seen
    The discrepancies between the bold claims now being made by Begin and his party, and their record of past performance in Palestine bear the imprint of no ordinary political party. This is the unmistakable stamp of a Fascist party for whom terrorism (against Jews, Arabs, and British alike), and misrepresentation are means, and a “Leader State” is the goal.
    In the light of the foregoing considerations, it is imperative that the truth about Mr. Begin and his movement be made known in this country. It is all the more tragic that the top leadership of American Zionism has refused to campaign against Begin’s efforts, or even to expose to its own constituents the dangers to Israel from support to Begin.

    The undersigned therefore take this means of publicly presenting a few salient facts concerning Begin and his party; and of urging all concerned not to support this latest manifestation of fascism.

    ISIDORE ABRAMOWITZ,
    HANNAH ARENDT,
    ABRAHAM BRICK,
    RABBI JESSURUN CARDOZO,
    ALBERT EINSTEIN,
    HERMAN EISEN, M.D.,
    HAYIM FINEMAN, M. GALLEN, M.D.,
    H.H. HARRIS,
    ZELIG S. HARRIS,
    SIDNEY HOOK,
    FRED KARUSH,
    BRURIA KAUFMAN,
    IRMA L. LINDHEIM,
    NACHMAN MAISEL,
    SEYMOUR MELMAN,
    MYER D. MENDELSON, M.D.,
    HARRY M. OSLINSKY,
    SAMUEL PITLICK,
    FRITZ ROHRLICH,
    LOUIS P. ROCKER,
    RUTH SAGIS,
    ITZHAK SANKOWSKY,
    I.J. SHOENBERG,
    SAMUEL SHUMAN,
    M. SINGER,
    IRMA WOLFE,
    STEFAN WOLFE.

    • Replies: @Frankie P
  16. I will be very, very surprised if I receive one of these fabled $1200 checks. The way things are done in the US, if you have money, you get more money, and if you don’t have money, you don’t get money. Somehow in the US you can be too poor to get healthcare for the poor, and since $1200 is quite a bit of money for me, basically a month’s gross pay, I’m sure it will never appear.

    Also, it’s easy to go on about being attached to the land if you’re a member of the land-owning class. In the US there’s the land-owning class and the proletariat and while there used to be social mobility upward as well as downward, it’s only downward now. I really have no roots anywhere. Hawaii, where I grew up? As a hated “haole”, that’s a big fat nope. California where I have relatives? Said relatives are a mixture of dead, WASP, and wealthy and a wealthy American will not give the heel off of a stale bread loaf to anyone not as wealthy as themselves. If I become rich then I suppose they’ll want to talk to me, but then there’d be nothing to talk about.

    I don’t even have photos of my parents or siblings anymore, or old papers, or anything. When you’re a member of the proletariat in the US, you get moved and chased from place to place, churned essentially, and you lose all of that stuff.

    I love the idea of a homeland; of a place where they can’t turn you away and they won’t let you starve or die of some easily preventable disease. Jews learned (as if they didn’t know it already) in WWII exactly how much anyone else cares about them, the way at least before the world turned into a neoliberal hellhole, England cared about an Englishman or France about a Frenchman etc. And they knew they’d have to *carve out* this homeland if need be, so they did. I greatly admire this.

    Think you’re missing out if you’re white? Look up “The American Redoubt” that that James Wesley Rawles guy talks about. All you have to do is move there. Once it’s fully set up, you might have to give up your prettiest daughter to Rawle’s harem, but there you go – it’s a homeland. Rawles thinks it will work because it’s not easy land to live on, which should keep lazy types out.

    That’s what seems to make for solid tribe-hood. Either you follow such a weird lifestyle that the non-committed won’t stick with it, like having to wear an onion on your belt and talk about the year dickety-two, or you live on land that’s so rigorous that “soft” people won’t dream of living there.

    • Agree: unit472
  17. I think this should be our attitude toward CV:

    It looks like Asian societies are now run by wusses. Asians survived Civil War, famine, typhoons, earthquake, Maoism, imperialism, and etc, but now they’re getting all namby pamby about some chop socky virus.

    Maybe it’s because everyone got no kids. Long ago, women had more kids, and if some kids died, there where others. Now, so many got just one child,and they shower attention on that kid who grows up spoiled. It’s all shit.

    I say the world should go viet cong on the dumbass flu and just take it.

    Sing to the virus, hit me with your best shot.

  18. a_german_ says:

    What`s about chess? Sex or dead?
    Or collecting stamps? Sex or death?
    Making music, learning mathematics or doing meditation?

    Methink there is a little more.

    The Corona fake will come to an end, maybe now or later. A mass hysteria caused by media and social networks. And people trying to avoid the confrontation with the rules of life (the author tries to reduce to primitives, did he writes on Apple hardware 😉 ).

    Maybe all return to old behavior, i fear, maybe things going better i doubt.

    • Replies: @Linh Dinh
    , @augusto
  19. As people are noting, the Covid ‘plan-demic’ is a much more successful globalist-control scam than 9-11, ‘Islamic terrorism’, ‘Russian hacking & disinformation’, or ‘climate change’

    We are living through perhaps the greatest mass hysteria manipulation ever conducted

    We’ve got something which is, worst case, 90%+ shortening the lives of elderly, diseased or obese people by a few months to a few years, along with a few random healthy people and some health care personnel sadly added in

    Which is not significantly different from the sometimes 600,000 ‘flu-related deaths’ in a year

    And for that we go along with the big pharma corrupt stooges, government officials internationally tied to Bill Gates’ vaccine-pushing billions, and whatever other oligarchs join them, seeking surveillance and control and monopolistic acquisition, vaccines and identity tattoos and chips for the world, whilst rich get richer & buy everything up on the cheap

    And we destroy the world’s economy to a degree that indirect deaths will be 2x or maybe even 3x or 5x more than anything truly the fault of covid?

    Even if the lockdowns get wound down due to protests and resistance, covid may still be used by the powers that be, as a tool to make pensioners die a bit earlier? – Saving billions of public funds no longer needed for elderly ‘useless eaters’

    [MORE]

    With some increasing scientific statements on the covid-19 virus being a laboratory concoction – with its artificial inclusion of foreign HIV elements –
    https://www.zerohedge.com/health/covid-19-man-made-virus-hiv-discoverer-says-could-only-have-been-created-lab

    And given how covid-type death can also be induced by low doses of chemical weapons such as sarin gas

    Could this be, in part an effort by global governments, China and USA both included even whilst those two pretend to argue, to more rapidly dispose of pensioners, who consume a great deal of public funds?

    The average pensioner lives maybe 13 years after retiring (e.g., from age 65 to 78) – but also, as much as one-fourth of a person’s lifetime medical costs, are in the final year of a person’s life

    An elderly ‘death accelerator’ saves a great deal of money

    Pensioners are also ‘dangerous’ because they have less to fear from speaking the truth
    https://www.henrymakow.com/2020/03/Is-the-Coronavirus-a-Chinese-Chabad.html

    The powers that be will perhaps have this pensioner-early-death continuing, even if the global dictatorship plans are not able to be fulfilled from the current plan-demic, given how people are beginning to revolt and resist against the lock-downs and resulting poverty and starvation

  20. Great piece! Thoroughly enjoyed it and completely agree, fragmentation is the saving grace. This uncontrollable behemoth has run its course, with the population increase it can no longer honestly represent the people and their interests on the local level.

    It’s become, what’s the 1st Amendment? They have done a superb job in ridding the public of educating their children, forever planted in front of a black mirror of one kind or another, watching God only knows what, so if people are waking from a stupor of their own making, I’m still waiting to see what that may be, but not holding my breadth.

    Not sure people are ready for reality, they’ve been hiding for so long and become completely detached from what made us wholesome in the first place.

  21. Tor597 says:
    @utu

    This is true for everyone except a certain group that is the exception.

  22. gT says:

    “Unlike in much of the West, nationalism is still the bedrock of Oriental societies. A Korean’s most sacred duty, then, is the maintenance of Korea, as Korea.”

    That because the Koreans came from Korea, so they have an attachment to the land. But no Westerner came from the West, they all came from the East somewhere. Take the case of England, the Anglo Saxons came from the European heartland, and before that they came from somewhere East as part of the various barbarian invasions that flooded Europe. So Westerners just don’t have an intrinsic spiritual bond with the land like Easterners have. Westerners also don’t have the concept of ancestors, the way the Chinese do, I’m not too certain about the Vietnamese, Japanese and Koreans. And the ancestors are tied to the land.

  23. @gT

    Most “Westerners” in the US have been here a few generations and some have roots going back before the US was a country.

    And yes, the Japanese, Koreans, etc are just as big on revering their ancestors as the Chinese are.

    The difference is that in “Western” society, family means nothing. Everyone is an individual. Once you’re 18 you’re to be out of the house, and the vast majority of “Western” parents really don’t care if you’re in a homeless camp or in college or trade school, they just want you out. They’re not legally obligated to care for you past age 18 and they want to be rid of you.

    This is considered good, somehow. Makes for stronger people and more innovation and everyone somehow makes more money and can buy a bigger house in the suburbs if we’re all out for ourselves and either ignoring each other or actively trying to fuck each other over.

    It kinda-sorts works when the economy is doing fantastically well, for a while.

    • Replies: @gT
  24. Linh Dinh says: • Website
    @a_german_

    Chess is definitely death, since you forget this entire world to focus on some piece of board, while sitting across an asshole who’s trying his best to humiliate, then kill you.

    Collecting stamps is even worse, since France, Italy, Germany, China or Russia, etc., are reduced to thumb sized pieces of paper. Death, death, death!

    Live music is sex, obviously, so going to a concert is group sex. I still haven’t recovered from an Art Ensemble of Chicago orgy I attended three decades ago.

    Though food is sex, poutine doesn’t just lapse into death, but is its cruelest, most drawn out form. Mashed potato is kinky sex.

    • LOL: iffen
    • Replies: @Biff
    , @animalogic
  25. Linh Dinh: “Diogenes, “I am a citizen of the world.””

    Nobody knows exactly what he meant by this. He had previously been stripped of his citizenship in Sinope, so it may have simply been a way a expressing that fact. Also, it’s worth pointing out that he was a contemporary of Alexander the Great, whose conquests up to 323 BC, the year both men died, included all of the known world. According to some, Alexander once went to meet Diogenes, who was sunning himself on a nearby hill. Diogenes, unimpressed with the conqueror, asked him to step out of the way, as he was blocking the sun. Departing, Alexander is reputed to have said that if he hadn’t been Alexander, then he would have liked to have been Diogenes.

    Linh Dinh: “The coronavirus crisis is a turning point in this escalating war between globalists and us dumb hicks.”

    Not really a turning point, certainly not in the sense of a reversal. And there’s no war, because for a war you need two sides. The dumb hicks may rail against shadowy “globalists”, but are too stupid to realize that they themselves are globalists. The hicks want their cheap computers, and the thousands of other things manufactured by slave labor in China, and the globalists are happy to provide them. Yet the same dopes chanting USA! USA! (the forces of nationalism, at least in America) don’t understand that empire has downsides as well as advantages. The coronavirus pandemic is an example of the cost of empire, the white man’s technological empire that has come to cover the whole world. In that way, it resembles previous plagues, such as the plague of Justinian in the sixth century, and the Black Death in the fourteenth, both of which are also thought to have originated in China and infected the white world by means of global commerce.

    Linh Dinh: “It will be a world of ubiquitous surveillance, universal snitching, curtailed movement, suffocated speech and enforced, increasingly absurd dogmatism, with a lockdown to be sprung on us at any time, since we already know the drill.”

    The hicks themselves will beg for it, because they’re always for more law and order. They’re born badgelickers and just can’t get enough of it. You can hear their excuses already. “If it saves only one life it will be worth it.” “If it prevents another 9/11, it will be worth it.” “If it allows countries and races to coexist in harmony, it will be worth it.” “I’m not doing anything wrong, so I have nothing to hide. Surveill me all you like.” Besides, what remains of privacy anyway? It’s been abolished. Technological innovation has made universal surveillance a fait accompli. The hicks themselves have voluntarily installed listening devices and spy cameras in their own homes. Every street corner and shopping mall is equipped with cameras. Drones and satellites oversee everything. Government supercomputers collate the data; identify threats.

    Linh Dinh: “To avoid this fate, we must assert our regional autonomy and resist each diktat. This will take much clarity, composure and courage. We shouldn’t worry about what foreign hicks are up to, but simply band with neighboring hicks, to defend our precious hickdom. We must liberate our home turf first.”

    People will never voluntarily abandon high technology and the empire to which it has given rise. To do so would cost billions of lives and cause extreme hardship for any survivors. The technological trap has snapped shut.

    • Agree: Adûnâi
    • Replies: @Marshall Lentini
  26. schrub says:
    @Jon Baptist

    WOW!!!! This video from 2014 reveals a Rockerfeller Foundation scenario from around 2010 ithat is is a mirror image of our present situation with Covid and our present lock down.

    It is probably the most important video to ever appear on UNZ.

    Do I smell a long planned hoax?

  27. Dino says:

    I am amazed that how many immigrants who migrated from a nation state, still love their nation but hate when us nationalist. It’s such a hypocrisy. The number one rule of any migrant is to adapt the new country and culture and not the other way round. This whole PC culture is going out of hands everywhere. I think every one should be forced to watch the southpark to understand the irony of what we are becoming.

  28. @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Great comment.

    I don’t even have photos of my parents or siblings anymore, or old papers, or anything. When you’re a member of the proletariat in the US, you get moved and chased from place to place, churned essentially, and you lose all of that stuff.

    How I wound up on house arrest in Russia. I can’t even tell you where I was in this or that year anymore – state, city, country, continent. I have stray memories that well up from time to time – being on a bus, a train, walking on a road with a backpack, living on someone’s floor, sleeping in a stairwell; the reasons and the details escape me, and I’m grateful for it. Somehow at eighteen I knew, intuitively, that it was going to be a very steep downhill ride.

    I learned only a few years ago not to hold on to anything, to accept life a la De Niro’s character in Heat. Be ready to jam at any moment: the system will not let you settle, and if it did, it’d squeeze you mercilessly unto the grave. And here we are, the system forcing everyone to settle because _______ (redacted to avoid censorship).

    That’s what seems to make for solid tribe-hood. Either you follow such a weird lifestyle that the non-committed won’t stick with it, like having to wear an onion on your belt and talk about the year dickety-two, or you live on land that’s so rigorous that “soft” people won’t dream of living there.

    Yea, the most ethnocentric people are usually the most repugnant or tiresome. Greeks are still fairly tribal, but as a “rugged individualist”, do really you want that big Greek family and all those obnoxious holidays and celebrations? Most westerners don’t want or wouldn’t survive that, and that’s a big part of why we’re watching ourselves become obsolete. “Shelter in place” is a rather suitable epitaph for atomized whiteskins; it’s no wonder they’ve taken it up with such gusto – ’tis the grave they’ve been leaning toward for a long while.

  29. @Dr. Robert Morgan

    The coronavirus pandemic is an example of the cost of empire, the white man’s technological empire that has come to cover the whole world. In that way, it resembles previous plagues, such as the plague of Justinian in the sixth century, and the Black Death in the fourteenth, both of which are also thought to have originated in China and infected the white world by means of global commerce.

    We could push that logic a bit father and arrive at: occasional viral outbreaks are the cost of civilization to begin with, so “lockdowns” are madness. No evolution without biological exploitation.

    Totally agree with your remarks. As rousing as this piece is, it isn’t the reality. We have existed on this arc since fire.

  30. Wally says:
    @Nosquat Loquat

    said:
    “On the other hand, I think you characterize Einstein unfairly. While he may have been initially a Zionist, once he saw what was happening, he spoke out against it (I’m referring to the late 1940s) and even signed, together with Hannah Arendt and some other prominent Jews, a statement condemning what the Zionists were doing and comparing it to what had just happened in Germany.”

    – Einstein was no “genius”, but a fraud and a plagiarist.

    – And what do you think “happened in Germany”? If you say the impossible “holocaust” we then expect you to present proof … which you do not have.

  31. Frankie P says:
    @Al Monee

    Why those vicious Antisemites! Einstein would be immediately removed from any US university today if he published such words. In fact, he would probably have to sign a document swearing that he would never criticize Israel or support BDS before he was given a position. That says something about the twisted society that the US has become.

    • Agree: Commentator Mike
  32. @The Alarmist

    I’ve lived overseas for decades and what is stunning to me is that Americans don’t really notice the decline in their standards of living and the stagnation of their wages.

    An American overseas can compare themselves to an Australian. When I first moved to Dubai, I worked with many Australians and began to realize how screwed the average American is. Nobody in Sydney Australia is in the position of the average American. No Australian or Japanese has to move to another state because they cannot afford to send their children to a private school and public schools are so dangerous. Industrial towns don’t collapse in Australia like Detroit has. Nobody with a job in Australia is homeless. Or Japan. Nobody is attacked or robbed in public in Tokyo or Sydney. Brown Pride gangs don’t roam the streets of these cities.

    Your average American believes this is normal.

    Of course there are some Americans overseas who return home as quickly as possible and spend their entire time overseas complaining about how they can find this or that in America that is unavailable in Europe or Dubai. I’ve met them.

    But most of them are from the exurbs or rural suburbs in smaller towns and GOP. When I was in Europe, they all voted for Bush. Voters for Bush did not like living overseas as civilians, while voters for Kerry sort of like living overseas.

    I sometimes wonder why Americans believe they live in such a great country. Growing up in the rust belt and living in Phoenix, it just does not seem as if America is superior to Australia or Dubai.

    Americans will often say that America is a land of opportunity. I disagree. Anyone can attend college in Europe or Australia. In the US, if you are born poor it is hard to escape poverty. There is no escape for the poor child and no safety net. Epstein probably could not have gotten away with his crimes in Northwest Europe or Australia.

  33. mcohen says:

    Linh.

    Lets be clear.zionism has had a connection with the land now called israel for many centuries.Has fought for that land.This is no settler colonial project but an ongoing war over many centuries to secure land for the zionists.

    • Disagree: Biff
    • Replies: @Really No Shit
    , @Saggy
  34. gT says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Ahhh, but it takes more than a few hundred years to develop roots in a particular territory, it takes thousands of years. A particular culture, language, ethos, people must have started and developed in the area it resides in before that grouping can truly claim to have attachment to that soil.

    Western kids have no respect for the parents, no wonder the parents want to kick the brats out as soon as legally possible. A friend of mine always used to tell his son to move out to the grandparents spare flat by the time he is 13 years old, because he (the father) just can’t handle the kid at 5 years old.

    • Disagree: SOL
  35. @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Is Hawaii really that dangerous for whites?

    I knew that whites were sometimes snubbed by the indigenous there, or even beaten up. How bad is it? Is it as dangerous for whites in Hawaii as it is in South Africa?

    Owning a house in the sticks is not really that much to boast about.

    Let me tell you about a friend of mine named Mike. Mike was a Graphic Designer who attended Central Michigan with me. He moved to Los Angeles, part of that huge population of Rustbelt emigres who fled out West with their state college Diploma Degree. He managed to get a job in Chatsworth.

    Then the Cholos moved in. Mexican gangs fresh out of prison. He could not raise another child there. So he moved to some small town in Idaho. A real hick place where he managed to open a Tattoo Parlor. He lives in an old farmhouse on a dirt road.

    To me that seems fairly horrible. Okay, land is cheaper out in the sticks. But you’re living in a small down with a limited number of economic choices. Of course the Cholos and the black thugs won’t live there because there is no public transportation and the police will bust them if they form gangs or try to sell hard drugs. So it is safer. But you’re living in the sticks like the Waltons.

    I like cities. The problem with cities in America are Cholos and black thugs who sometimes wreak unprovoked murderous mayhem on white passerby. And you have to have the money for a private school.

    Many of the white posters here are hicks. They live in some small town where all the teenagers hang around a single fast food joint and downtown is a few storefronts and Opoids are wiping out housewives and there is zero social mobility except for the jet ski dealership owners and landlords of the trailer parks.

    Who wants to live there?

    The only other choice in America, unless you earn a great deal of money, are cities. Unless you earn more than $40,000 which is the absolute minimum to pay a mortgage on a house in the suburbs.

    And property in US cities can suddenly decline. The Cholos move in. Or a Section 8. Suddenly your property value is worth zero.

    I don’t know what American Dream or Land of Opportunity Americans imagine. Australian might be a land of opportunity with a secure middle class. But America is a homeless camp slash police state of overworked poor people.

    Even the infrastructure of the US is collapsing now. Huge potholes in roads. Lousy public transport with chimpouts at every stop. Forty year old men living at home with their parents. Middle-aged people doing teenagers jobs. Wages that have not risen in 30 years.

    Cities that are South American hellholes filled with gangs of MS-13.

  36. NoNwoNow says:

    What worries me is the complacency setting in, so quickly getting used to hunkering in place and waiting for a stimulus check. People almost seem to welcome the peace and quiet for a change, as i noted here:

    https://medium.com/@leonardjpmail/i-spent-all-day-yesterday-promoting-this-very-promising-cure-for-the-coronavirus-hydroxychoroquine-c4bd09a093b1

    Is shelter in place starting to get old yet? Are we ready for a cure?

    • Replies: @eD
  37. @Dumbo

    You’ve got it all wrong, as usual. Whites are nomads with no attachment to any spot on Earth. They have only been in Western Europe for 4500 years. The Jews are the ones with blood tied to soil. Ever heard of Israel, you fucking dipshit?

    Gypsies are, like all Indo-Europeans, rootless mixed race nomads.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @NoNwoNow
  38. All stimulus handouts amount to roughly $7,000 per person. However, most of us will get far less than $2,000 each. I’m one of them. In that respect alone — not counting the damage done to my financial well-being otherwise – I have been rendered much poorer. And so have been most everybody else. Economically speaking, from the standpoint of the individual, giving each person $7k would have been better.

  39. sarz says:

    Hi Linh. Hope you are well and that your diet has a sufficient supply of selenium and zinc.

    I always open your articles at unz without bothering about the topic, but I do appreciate your occasional reference to the Jewish Problem. Reading the reference here, I was suddenly reminded of a Jewish writer on political and philosophic matters, Ernest Gellner. He has a book, Nations and Nationalism, in which he trashes one nation per chapter, not leaving out small ones. He does mention that Jews preferred empires. But not a word about Israel.

  40. @utu

    Why would I do a thing for Michigan? And lots of whites feel the same way because of “white flight”. Of course in the US people will leave a particularly city for two reasons-economics and Non-Asian Minorities (NAMS) but move they do.

    If Southeast Michigan were my home and I had to die for someplace caught in a decades-long downturn I’d rather drop dead of Coronavirus.

    I’ve had a semi-successful career overseas as a Graphic Artist. Hasn’t been consistent but I’ve done some very impressive things from time to time in my job description.

    Back in Michigan, people with Graphic Arts degrees I graduated with are working in retail. They have no choice because nobody has any money.

    Yeah, I’d really defend that lovely corner of the world if Canada invaded.

    Like many Americans, my great-grandparents were immigrants. And Detroit was alright as a beach head landing and then it went belly up in crack houses and killings. My parents wisely moved to Ann Arbor, but then they moved on to other states. So did my brother.

    Its a common story for white Americans. Ancestors move to some ethnic hub, black thugs destroy it, they move to the suburbs, the State goes through a massive downturn, they have to move somewhere else.

    The friends of mine who stuck it out in Michigan-not out of loyalty but because they married too young and got stuck-have been dissatisfied their entire adult lives. The crime rose, the economy sank, their house is worthless, they cannot escape.

    Then there was my friend Mike. Mike was a local I knew in college. He was a graphic artist and Michigan was so lousy he fled to California. He managed to find a job in Chatsworth for a sign company. But then the Mexicans turned his neighborhood into a barrio and he was afraid to raise hs youngest son there. So he took his wife and fled to Idaho to some small town where he managed to get by running a tattoo parlor. He lives in an old farmhouse on a dirt road with three feet of snow in the winter…what kind of life is that, playing hopscotch avoiding Michigan down turns and Mexican gang crime in California.

    Me? I lived without incident in Dubai for ten years. I made a fair amount of money there. And in any case, I’d have never even worked in my profession in Michigan because nobody has any money. A degree from a state college in Michigan is worth jack.

    And here is the point to remember. Nobody cares if you stick it out long enough that you’re living in a place like Flint. The government does not care if poisonous sludge runs out your faucet or you house is worth nothing or your daughter is sexually bullied in a bad public school. It doesn’t care if you worked for 40 years in a poultry factory and one day you are replaced by an Indian out of the jungles of Central America. It only cares about keeping the war machine going.

    Nor do the globalist transnational elites care. The millionaire with condominium in Hawaii and a yacht in Nice does not care if you live in a trailer park in freezing cold weather or squalid low-rent apartments where junkies defecate in the hallways. It only cares about the tax money it seizes from your paycheck.

    So you tell me. Is it worth the average working class man like me to protect this pile of excretion?

    Maybe George Bush was able to convince the poor and uneducated to invade Iraq to protect America-as if Iraqi were going to jump out of airplanes swinging scimitars-meanwhile, I was making money in Dubai and had far more opportunities in the ME than I could ever have had in Michigan. Bush did so much damage to the US you would think he was part of Al Quaeda.

    Protect Southeast Michigan? Protect Phoenix?! What did these piles of crap do for me, or what would they do for me even if I did?

    Most people who feel loyalty to a place are townies who’ve never been anywhere else and don’t possess the skill-set to every go anywhere else. These are the poor rural whites who think America is the greatest country in the world because they’ve never been to Australia and think their squalor is normal.

  41. I don’t enjoy Linhs dislike of America and Israel.
    I don’t enjoy celebrating Buddhist cosmopolitanism.

    • Troll: SOL
  42. @Linh Dinh

    All writing is about sex or death….? Indeed. Eros & thanatos [?] is Fruedian dialectic ?
    What do (or is) the French term for an orgasim ? A small/petty death ?
    I think we all suspect that any distinction between sex or death is probably an affect or appearance.
    Shakespeare’s tragedies (& comedies ?) are an organic edifice to the eternal inter-mixture of these 2 fundamentals. Money & power, are both sex & death, potentially one more than another. Overtly men (especially) , obsess about sex, but its death that colours & animates their dreams….
    I suppose it can be argued that (like almost everything) today sex & death have had much of their reality worn away, abraded in the ceaseless waves of consumer back & forth (“the world is too much with us…”).
    But, i guess, its worth occassionally recalling the fundamentals of our human existence … just to get your feet back on tbe ground.

  43. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    One of your best, Mr. Dinh!

  44. GeeBee says:

    ‘The coronavirus pandemic is an example of the cost of empire, the white man’s technological empire that has come to cover the whole world. In that way, it resembles previous plagues, such as the plague of Justinian in the sixth century, and the Black Death in the fourteenth, both of which are also thought to have originated in China and infected the white world by means of global commerce.’

    It is speculation at best to aver that the bacterium that causes plague, Yersinia pestis, originated in China. That one of its chief hosts, Rattus rattus, the black rat (or ship rat as it is often known), originated in the East is probable. That these rats crawled from ship to ship via their mooring ropes when in harbour is certain, and in this way the disease was indeed able to spread via trade (but not solely in a westerly direction). Rodents hosting Yersinia pestis have existed in Europe for thousands of years, however, and the pathogen has been positively identified as being present in Europe at least six thousand years ago (in Sweden). A far deadlier mutation of it emerged around four thousand years ago, and this has been positively identified as having caused human deaths in Armenia and the Samara region of Russia, and it was well established throughout Bronze-Age Eurasia.

    Blaming the Chinese for everything is an altogether too facile excuse for all our ills I fear.

    • Replies: @Wally
  45. chris says:
    @Nosquat Loquat

    Let’s not interpret more into this action than supported by facts.

    Einstein’s signing of this important letter, only shows that he wasn’t stupid enough to soil his good names by supporting Begin’s band of criminals and thus erode his own credibility.

    He never repudiated the goal of the zionist but only their methods once some of the unsavory aspects became public. In order to reach the Zionist goals, they all agreed that such crimes would be necessary.

  46. Anonymous[412] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Good point: The only way to be a successful American is to have nothing to do with the American system. Although I notice that you don’t mention a wife and family, so perhaps you’ve been functionally sterilized. It’s a very common fate these days.

    Bad point: You’re living on ground you don’t control. You need ground to live on. Dubai isn’t yours; it could send foreigners home any day (as China has done), and just might if we get a more severe repetition of 2008.
    You can say what you want about poor rural Americans, but many of them have a place beyond government reach, a place that is theirs. Those further from government (Mennonites and Amish for two examples) are doing best. Nobody can send them home, they are home. It helps that they are on commercially worthless land from which they, but nobody else, could earn a living. Borderlanders are a marginal population, but also a persistent population.

    See: Gregory Copley, _Uncivilization_, for the geopolitical theory behind why autarky was abandoned and why it’s reappearing as an ideal.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  47. Robjil says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Al Qaeda is not a real thing. It is a bogus patsy fantasy for USIsrael interests. It means the “toilet” in Arabic. So you think Bush had any real imput in this fantasy world for USIsrael interests? He was patsy puppet.

    https://www.bushstole04.com/fakewar/alqaeda.htm

    What does the word “Al-Qaeda” mean ? In Arabic, “Al-Qaeda” has a different meanings, among them “Base”, “Ground”, “Norm”, “Rule”, “Fundament”, “Grammar”. The exact meaning is dependent on the context in which it is used. It depends on the word which follows “Al-Qaeda” in the sentence. “Qawa’ad Askaria” is an Army Base, “Qawa’ad Lugha” stands for Grammar Rules (the Bases of Grammar).

    “Qa’ada” is the infinitive of the verb “to sit”. “Ma-Qa’ad” is a chair. “Al-Qaeda” is the base or fundament of something. “Ana raicha Al Qaeda” is colloquial for “I’m going to the toilet”. A very common and widespread use of the word “Al-Qaeda” in different Arab countries in the public language is for the toilet bowl. This name comes from the Arabic verb “Qa’ada” which mean “to sit”, pertinently, on the “Toilet Bowl”. In most Arabs homes there are two kinds of toilets: “Al-Qaeda” also called the “Hamam Franji” or foreign toilet, and “Hamam Arabi” or “Arab toilet” which is a hole in the ground. Lest we forget it, the potty used by small children is called “Ma Qa’adia” or “Little Qaeda”.

    Those who founded the glorious “International of Islamic Terror, Al-Qaeda, probably knew too little about common use of Arabic language to know that by using this name for their organization, they risked becoming the laughing stock of everybody who speaks the Arabic “public” language.

    • Replies: @Oikeamielinen
  48. Eminence grise “Mr. Know-it-all” Henry K. was one of the key cogs in the cycle of misfortunes that has befallen the land of the free and the brave. Funny! COVID-19 isn’t touching any of the big shots …

  49. @Jeff Stryker

    East, West, Mt. Pleasant is best. Oh, and Fire Up Chips!

  50. Cleburne says:

    Thank you, Linh. Great and wise palate-cleanser after The Saker’s barge loads of preening bullshit. Yes, fragmentation is our friend and yes, it is coming.

  51. Just a question, because I felt no need to read the article, sadly, because the title gave it away. Is there any writer (and yes, looking at you, Mr. Dinh whom I greatly admire) that can’t resist writing about this shit? Surely there are other things currently taking place in this world that might deserve a mention.

    • Replies: @Vojkan
  52. Dumbo says:
    @JohnPlywood

    Give it up. No one cares about your asinine, insult-laden comments.

  53. @mcohen

    Yes! The land of Israel should be for the Jews but every single penny that America forked over in aid, at least a hundred billion, should have gone to the unfortunate Palestinians to settle them in the Arab lands …

    • Replies: @mcohen
  54. Saggy says: • Website

    What a great paragaph – summary …..

    There is hope. The coronavirus crisis has exposed the relative merits of nations, so the entire world can see, for example, how broken and corrupt the US is, with no leadership to speak of. Dawdling, it failed to prevent needless deaths, then shut down much of the country, bankrupting thousands of businesses and throwing millions out of work. As a fix, it throws mere crumbs at desperate citizens, while bailing out the big banks, again.

  55. @Anonymous

    Nowhere in America is out of reach of the US government. Nowhere. Ruby Ridge?

    Living off the grid is possible in the US, but you are still under its laws and jurisdiction. Living out in the woods off the grid makes no difference. If you say something on the internet the government dislikes or whatever they’ll come and get you in a minute. Even in the most rural American community a cop can swipe your license and if you have a bench warrant you’ll be jailed and extradited.

    NB When I was in Phoenix some criminals skipped bail and moved to Iceland-which said Arpaio’s jails were inhumane.

    I’ve been married to a woman in Asia for seven years and have two children. However, you make a good point. Whites cannot get the sort of welfare blacks and Mexicans get, so most cannot have five kids beginning when they are teenagers. What kind of victory is it to have five kids starting at age 15 and be on welfare and feed them oatmeal everyday? Send them to terribly schools? Marry at 20 in Michigan with no degree and that is what will happen and then your daughters will be raised in a cheap poverty-stricken area where they’ll be sexually bullied by blacks and then you’ll have grandchildren from black thugs. There’s no victory from the cradle.

    I left Dubai when it had its own economic downturn. But by then I was 36 and I moved to Asia. That is a good point and you’re right. Some countries, like Australia, allow you to became a permanent resident. Others don’t.

    Pennsylvania is not worthless land. Amish could sell it to a developer whenever they wanted. I assume.

    And personally, I like cities with a buzz and cuisine. Rural living has its own disadvantages. I get better Wi-Fi in Asia than I would out in the sticks. I like living in a modern high-rise, not a 100 year old farmhouse on some dirt road with 5 feet of snow in the winter.

    That’s just me. I’m middle-class and urban.

  56. Oracle says:

    There is a sense that all of the economic migrants in the West today have somewhere in the world that they can call home, but we—the people who used to have a home—do not.

    • Replies: @gT
  57. Dwright says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Glad you left, Dubai seems like a dream. Just like all who hate their families and homeland , spending the rest of their lives justifying it.

    • Agree: Poco
    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
    , @Truth
  58. DaveE says:

    I just wanted to say THANK YOU, Mr. Linh (or is it Mr. Dinh? … Not trying to be a smartass, I honestly don’t know.) Anyway, I always love your pieces but this one was a home-run.

    Cheers, and stay safe. (Not a reference to the Jew-Flu caused by the Shlomovirus. PEOPLE are a lot more dangerous than any stinkin’ virus, real or invented.)

    • Replies: @Truth
  59. Johann says:
    @Digital Samizdat

    I too take heart at Linhs prediction that the evil core is cracking. Secession is a very good American word found in the original constitution. However Saint Abraham of Illinois made sure that the Americans would maintain a lock up / shut down State. The average American loves hating his fellow citizens, snitching on them, and shooting them when necessary. Indeed there are signs of cracking, the obnoxious Stalinesque governess of Michigan might go too far. We can only hope. Pelosi and her ice cream orgies might reveal her true greedy ruthless self. Trump might finally break the deep state strangle hold and more hopefully , the Pentagon might run out of money for its endless wars. We can only hope.

    • Replies: @Truth
  60. Clear-sighted and profound and wise and encouraging. Thank you Linh Dinh and Ron Unz.

  61. Anonymous[572] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Your reply is excellent, IMHO.

    Re: reach of government.

    You might find this article of interest. It dates back to 1996, is considered highly influential, and its predictions are correct so far. Not bad for a strategist.
    https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=z4FPcXTKh1wC&oi=fnd&pg=PA4&dq=%22Van+creveld%22++%22parameters%22++1996&ots=4D9wEgNmuK&sig=DfOtWUmHZPjK6ce0_iUEMEOl1Ks

    Part of what von Creveld says is that the State (which he defines, the US is a State by von Creveld’s definition) has been losing its monopoly on force since WW II. It has also been losing territory, and the very concept of State has been losing its prestige.
    Under von Creveld’s interpretation, the “anarcho-tyranny” we are subjected to in the West is not intended to empower the underclass (which is what it actually does). Instead, the world’s States are losing control through some process they neither want nor understand, and doing what States do: letting the part they don’t control go (by making shoplifting effectively legal, for instance), and clamping down on the part that they still control. The result, of course, is loss of even more control as inefficiencies are imposed on the still controlled population.
    Which means that the police in the US don’t control nearly as much as they claim. Anybody who adheres to the US mainstream is over-policed (especially now, with COVID-19 lockdowns), but very many are not policed at all. That includes a fair part of the rural population.

    Re: value of farmland and existence of refuge pockets.
    Right, Pennsylvania is not commercially valueless. However — Amish framing is able to make productive small pockets of land that is not suitable for mechanized farming. The US Government does not have the free resources needed to destroy these small plots, and so the Amish are safe. now, if we had a powerful government, such as the USSR’s in, say, 1932, the Amish would be shipped off to northern Alaska just on general principles and to serve as an example to the rest. The US does not have a powerful government, nor is it likely the get one. All its funds and then some (national debt) have been expended fighting the rot that von Creveld noted back in 1996.

    Re: nature of the prize.
    What people want varies with the person. I’m a “count the grandchildren” sort, influenced by readings in biology. The basic idea is that its hard to be happy when you’ve done something that the non-verbal parts of your brain think is reason to be unhappy. Congratulations on your two kids — if they have grandchildren, you’ve made it.
    Rural folk also have kids, and get the same basic rewards. Hard work, lose some of the kids, some make it, have kids, and you’re done. Maybe not the happiest life, but still a successful one — by the number of grandchildren rule.

    Re: city life
    All my relatives were members of the Anglo-Saxon establishment, the one that was taken out during and right after WW II. Their kids had very troubled lives (as the establishment they were part of was purged from national life), their grandchildren were even more troubled (and mostly died), and their great-grandchildren mostly weren’t born or became drug addicts (mostly alcohol, but some of the harder drugs) and are unlikely to have children. I have three kids, I’m ahead of the pack on this.
    You couldn’t pay me enough to try for membership in the current American establishment, or to live in cities. I’m too young to die, for starters. Still, tastes differ, and if you’re enough of an (whatever kind of) establishment type to have healthy and successful kids, well, congratulations and keep it up! Life is for living.

  62. Wally says:
    @GeeBee

    ridiculously said:
    “Blaming the Chinese for everything is an altogether too facile excuse for all our ills I fear.”

    – A typical Communist strawman. No one is “blaming China for everything”.

    – Communist China & The WHO are however quite responsible for the current virus pandemic.

    Andrew Cuomo Ignores China Failure to Warn the World of Coronavirus: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/10/andrew-cuomo-ignores-china-failure-to-warn-the-world-of-coronavirus/
    Japanese VP: The WHO Should Be Renamed The “Chinese Health Organization”: https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/japanese-vp-who-should-be-renamed-chinese-health-organization
    Deaths from COVID-19 to be Counted Among the Victims of Communism: https://bigleaguepolitics.com/deaths-from-covid-19-to-be-counted-among-the-victims-of-communism

    • Replies: @GeeBee
  63. eD says:
    @NoNwoNow

    I’ll respond to your Medium post here and not on Medium.

    For me, I’m not interested in a vaccine since I’m convinced that the virus is a flu virus. Vaccines are not used against such viruses because they mutate too rapidly. Treatments are a good idea, but its clear that this is a not-very lethal virus and nearly everyone (98%) of those who get it can fight it off with their own immune systems and some rest, or not even get symptoms. So I’m less interested in “curing” the virus than in the lockdown. “Curing” the virus is sort of like going back in time and trying to prevent World War I by saving Franz Ferdinand and his wife, yes you do some good because two people live longer but it really misses the point.

    A large extent of the public acceptance of the lockdown is simply lack of choice in the matter, its comprehensive and world wide and at this stage involves closing things that ordinary people have on control over. Its too early and uncertain to start up an underground economy. For example, I’m at the point where I need a haircut. The barbershops are closed. Eventually we will get non-licensed underground barbershops, assuming this is permanent, and they probably already exist now for select clients on some list, but right now its a matter of waiting to see of the barbershops reopen and later having my wife cut my hair. This doesn’t mean I support or are happy with closing the barbershops.

    You are right that late globalism involved a lot of crap or zombie business and institutions that took up a lot of people’s time pointlessly, but this doesn’t imply killing the economy altogether. I also don’t understand recluses welcoming this. I am something of a recluse myself but this doesn’t mean more extroverted types shouldn’t be able to go about their lives.

  64. Saggy says: • Website
    @mcohen

    Lets be clear.zionism has had a connection with the land now called israel for many centuries.

    The Jews have always thought as is written in the Torah that they have the right and indeed obligation to slaughter everyone living, indeed anything that breathes, between the Nile and the Euphrates …

    Genesis 15:18
    On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying, “To your descendants I have given this land, From the river of Egypt as far as the great river, the river Euphrates:

    Deuteronomy 7:
    1 When the LORD your God brings you into the land that you are aboutto enter and occupy, and he clears away many nations before you — the Hittites, the Girgashites, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites, seven nations mightier and more numerous than you — 2 and when the LORD your God gives them over to you and you defeat them, then you must utterly destroy them. Make no covenant with them and show them no mercy. 3 Do not intermarry with them, giving your daughters to their sons or taking their daughters for your sons, 4 for that would turn away your children from following me, to serve other gods. Then the anger of the LORD would be kindled against you, and he would destroy you quickly. 5 But this is how you must deal with them: break down their altars, smash their pillars, hew down their sacred poles, and burn their idols with fire. 6 For you are a people holy to the LORD your God; the LORD your God has chosen you out of all the peoples on earth to be his people, his treasured possession.

    Deuteronomy 13:
    15 You shall put the inhabitants of that town to the sword, utterly destroying it and everything in it — even putting its livestock to the sword.

    Deuteronomy 20:
    16 As for the towns of these peoples that the LORD your God is giving you as an inheritance, you must not let anything that breathes remain alive. 17 You shall annihilate them — the Hittites and the Amorites, the Canaanites and the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites — just as the LORD your God has commanded,

    When will the world wake up to the wickedness of the Jews?

    • Replies: @mcohen
  65. Agent76 says:

    Nov 4, 2019 Event 201 Pandemic Exercise: Segment 4, Communications Discussion and Epilogue Video

    Event 201 is a pandemic tabletop exercise hosted by The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. The exercise illustrated the pandemic preparedness efforts needed to diminish the large-scale economic and societal consequences of a severe pandemic.

    Apr 13, 2020 Was There Foreknowledge of the Plandemic? – Questions For Corbett

    From Event 201 to the intelligence “failures” to CEO resignations, QE4, and bioweapon research, James explores the many lines of evidence pointing to the fact that this pandemic was planned in advance.

  66. Mr. Dinh, what would be the equivalent of “you hit a home run” in your native language?

    Excellent piece.

  67. @Digital Samizdat

    A small group (maybe 10) were protesting on the busy corner of 1st and Gaffey, in San Pedro (part of LA). I honked in sympathy as I drove by. End this shut down yes, but we also must arrest the eugenists behind it. History is the key, and as a duty, one must research the background of every Dr. Fauci that barges into your living room. That’s right read and learn about them, as many have a sordid checkered past.
    Heres a good start: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2020/04/18/mk-ultra-cybernetic-mutation-remote-controlled-slaves-dragon-soldiers-and-zombie-empire/

  68. GeeBee says:
    @Wally

    The more I read of your comments Wally, the more suspicious of you I become. I started liking you, because of your staunch defence of the impossiblity of the Holyhoax. Then you failed to see the plain truth regarding Trump and his opportunistic position as President of your country (I am Englsih thank god). Then you reveal yourself as something suspiciously redolent of ‘controlled opposition’. Hasbara/JIDF are all around, and often they start by seeming to be ‘one of us’. If I’ve learned anything about you, it is, I fear, that you are nothing of the sort.

    Just who and what you are is, I predict, something you shall not -dare not – ever reveal.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • LOL: Saggy
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Robjil
    , @Saggy
    , @utu
  69. “A Korean’s most sacred duty, then, is the maintenance of Korea, as Korea.”

    This is a mindset that Koreans deserve to be proud of. Koreans have zero duty to import the Third World into their country and they have the right to also feel zero shame in not doing so.

    Korea, itself, was a destroyed, Third World, backwater after their war ended and look where they are today. They’ve become a First World economic powerhouse, a super success story, as they race faster and faster into the 21st century.

    If Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, etc., can’t get their shit together after their various wars (as the Koreans did after their own war) then whose fault is that? And why should Korea take-in 250,000 Muslims as their reward for being useless?

    My uncle was a US Marine who fought in the Korean War. Back then we, the USA, had this same feeling of sacred duty in the maintenance of America, as America, as the Koreans continue to have till this day. Since we have lost this sense of duty America has become a much lesser nation than the one I remember it being as a kid growing up in California the 60’s and 70’s.

    If this Chinese Covid-flu gets the USA to shut its bordered to Third World immigration for a decade or two and to bring our factories back from China ASAP maybe this all won’t be in vain…but I won’t be holding my breath on this ever happening.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  70. @Jon Baptist

    Yes, of course official numbers are wrong.

    They are under-counting.

    Chump.

    • Replies: @Jon Baptist
    , @By-tor
  71. Dumbo says:

    Screw the coronavirus! It was a lie, a big fat lie. As Mark Twain brilliantly said, it is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.

    The “lockdown” was the objective, and that, much before the virus appeared. They were waiting for it: SARS, “big flu”, “bird flu”, ebola: the powers that be salivated with each new virus, but ended up being disappointed at the end. None of those pandemics caught on.

    Corona bat flu, however, was perfect. Made in China. Mortal, but not too mortal, unless you were an old geezer or had morbid obesity or diabetes. The perfect virus to use as a cover for the heist of the century, and as a giant lab of obedience training for the masses as well.

    It worked beyond their wildest dreams, and now Bill Gates is preparing a vacine that will make him even richer, while governments all over salivate thinking about the new possibilities that “lockdown” and “emergency crisis” offer.

    • Replies: @marketapley
  72. Wally says:
    @GeeBee

    – IOW, you cannot refute what I post and you are frustrated by those obvious inabilities.
    Your problem not mine. You simply do not know what you’re trying to talk about.

    – Trump is an imperfect transition, no doubt, but there are no better alternatives ….unless you like laughable Bolshevik Bernie supported Joe ‘I’m running for the US Senate’ Biden.

    – Right, a “holocaust’ debunker that’s a hasbarist. LOL

    said:
    “I am Englsih thank god” …. [yet you cannot spell ‘English’]

    – So how’s England doing these days? LOL

    Put down the pipe, comrade. You’re right, I am and will never be ‘one of you’.

  73. @Marshall Lentini

    “Greeks are still fairly tribal, but as a “rugged individualist”, do really you want that big Greek family and all those obnoxious holidays and celebrations? ”

    My point is that “rugged individualism” doesn’t really work, long term. Greeks actually *like* their holidays and celebrations. My local Japanese Buddhist temple has a ton of stuff going on all the time. The local Jewish synagogue marches through a year of holidays and festivals and this ‘n’ that. Serbians have “slavas” which are celebrations for saints and they’ve come up with enough saints to cover the whole year. The reason for this is under Russian Empire rule, Serbs were not allowed to get together *except* for religious purposes. So for your birthday, you pick the saint that’s revered on that day, and invite a bunch of family and friends together for “your slava”. Where I grew up, if you asked any Pacific Islander their idea of the best time possible, it would be hanging out in a big group at the park or the beach with friends and family.

    There’s a thing called “the hedgehog dilemma” or “Schopenhauer’s porcupine” the idea being a group of hedgehogs, or porcupines, have to huddle together to stay warm, but if they get too close their spines will hurt each other. So you have to have just the right distance.

    Rituals help with this. You eat unleavened bread and bitter herbs and go through a little textbook (and for some reason although it’s the same story, like readers of Harlequin Romances, Jews just love using yet another new haggada each Passover) or you hunt for eggs, or you cook a big dinner that has to have turkey and stuffing and yams and so on, or that whole bit with taking a live tree into your house and decorating it…. frankly it’s pretty weird and I always loved it.

    The Amish probably have the right idea. Since they don’t use (much) modern technology, there’s always a lot of work to do, and much of it is done by teamwork. So they’re together, but they actually have something to do. In a lot of things, like a barn-raising, they really depend on each other because there’s a certain element of danger.

    We don’t really have that any more. Employees are interchangeable. We’re not teaming up to raise a barn or hunt a bear or round up the cows etc any more. Most of the people doing the kind of work the builds up social bonds because the danger makes you depend on each other, aren’t white. The Amish are real outliers.

    This is why combat vets often miss their time in service and often re-enlist. For all the danger, it’s a nice feeling being part of a tribe rather than an interchangeable Lego block.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  74. Wally says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    – All that must be why everybody wants into the US.

    – All that must be why you are not leaving.

  75. @obwandiyag

    Enjoy your mandatory vaccinations and implanted digital ID. I’m sure you’ll be the first in line when they arrive.

    ID2020 and partners launch program to provide digital ID with vaccines – https://www.biometricupdate.com/201909/id2020-and-partners-launch-program-to-provide-digital-id-with-vaccines

    https://id2020.org/manifesto

    “The glory that is built upon a lie becomes nothing but trouble. How easy it is to make people believe a lie and how hard it is to undo that work again!” – https://americanenglish.state.gov/files/ae/resource_files/chapter_11_twain.pdf

    “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” – Benjamin Franklin

  76. @Jeff Stryker

    You really need to write a book, yourself. Put photos in, etc. In other words, be the white Linh Dinh.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
    , @utu
    , @Truth
  77. anon[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @gT

    “That because the Koreans came from Korea, so they have an attachment to the land. But no Westerner came from the West, they all came from the East somewhere. Take the case of England, the Anglo Saxons came from the European heartland, and before that they came from somewhere East as part of the various barbarian invasions that flooded Europe. So Westerners just don’t have an intrinsic spiritual bond with the land like Easterners have.”

    If 9000 year old Cheddar Man found in a cave in England who has been found to have descendants living in the area of the town of Cheddar isn’t enough attachment to the land, nothing is. As for England being only being “Anglo Saxon” this is only partly true. The original people of England (before the massive transplantation of the third world) are composed of the original Cro-Magnons, suppanted or mixed in with the “Beaker People”, then came the Celts, then Romans, and only after that came the various Germanic tribes such as Angles, Saxons, Jutes and later Vikings. As an aside, the Basques (an original European people) have been living in the area of northern Spain for so long, there is no evidence that they have come from somewhere else, it’s as if they’ve always lived there.

  78. anastasia says:

    PROTEST IN NEW YORK AGAINST OUR LOW-LIFE GOVERNOR.

    I am designing my signs

    GOVERNMENT IS NOT DESIGNED TO BE A NURSEMAID
    STAY OUT OF OUR BUSINESS

    WE TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN.
    GET GOVERNMENT OUT OF OUR HOMES AND HOSPITALS

    OUR DOCTORS DECIDE HOW WE HAVE DIED AND WHY WE ARE ILL
    AND IF WE DON’T HAVE THEM, WE DECIDE
    NOT THE CDC

    THERE IS NOTHING SO NATURAL AS DYING OF AN ILLNESS
    THE GOVERNMENT IS TURNING IT INTO AN MALICIOUS ACT

  79. BAP says:

    Keeping regional identity, sovereignty against invaders (specially the hook nosed ones and their golem armies), autonomy and many other characteristics of a truly decentralized world (or “multi-polar” in jewpeak) is one of the reasons I always advocated for ending the monopoly of any currency in foreign trade and the balkanization of every region known to be poorly managed, have too much inner attrition or cause too much trouble (UK, China, USA, Russia, India, Brazil, Canada, reorganize the borders in Middle East according to its ethnic groups and cease support for artificial nations).
    Balkanization has proven to work in Eastern Europe, where after many conflicts and instability, it is at least a peaceful region now. It also avoids clashes between different groups with conflicting values, including harmful relationships like parasitism and stealth authoritarianism (Northern and Southern Brazil, US rednecks and yuppies, England and the subjugated countries nearby, …).
    The fact a part of Korea was transformed into a third world shithole country (the North) in some dick size contest between the USA under ZOG and the (((communist))) party of China shows how terrible leaving a huge country in the hands of homosexual psychopathic leaderships without any infighting or balance of power with other countries.
    China, also an artificial country where many ethnic groups are cramped together under the iron first of the corrupt and idiotic (((communist))) party, a long time ally of the jews.
    Other redneck practices like colonialism and expansionism should be abandoned, given any reasonable civilization (not this one by the way, you suffer from collective dementia) would lose time and effort fighting the dozens of real domestic and international enemies that exist instead of supporting, protecting, funding and aiding them like all of you are doing now (like I said, you are retarded).

    • Replies: @SOL
  80. “So where do you think we are right now? “

    A dark and brutal Jew-curtain is descending upon mankind. As Orwell warned us of the Jews come to power in his “1984,” a future with the Jews in power will be a “boot stamping on a human face.” Tyranny stamping out humanity and civilization for the benefit of the Jews.

    The Jews themselves have stated as much, many times:

    “The fact is that the Jews were known only as destroyers in ancient history, not creators. They have developed no science, have produced no art, have built no great cities, and alone have no talent for the finer things of civilized life. The Jews claim to be the torchbearers of civilization, but thorough their parasitic habits have deteriorated or destroyed every nation in which they have existed in large numbers.” (Charles A. Weisman, Who is Esau-Edom?, p. 28)

    “We Jews, we are the destroyers and will remain the destroyers. Nothing you can do will meet our demands and needs. We will forever destroy because we want a world of our own.”
    (You Gentiles, by Jewish Author Maurice Samuels, p. 155)

    “There is scarcely an event in modern history that cannot be traced to the Jews. Take the Great War (World War I)…the Jews have made this war!…We (Jews) who have posed as the saviours of the world…we Jews, today, are nothing else but the world’s seducers, its destroyer’s, its incendiaries, its executioners…We have finally succeeded in landing you into a new hell.” (Jewish Writer, Oscar Levy, The World Significance of the Russian Revolution; The International Jew, Vol. III (1921), pp. 184-87)

    Not hate. Just unacceptable.

    • Agree: Nuncle
  81. Robjil says:
    @GeeBee

    Boomerang Hasbara is what he is doing, creating a space to boomerang back the biggest desires of Zion of our time.

    The Holyhoax is in the bag, in the past. So, Zionists are OK with Hasbara playing with that. The Zionists want Iran, China, Russia, Venezuela and other such independent nations of Zion in the bag. He wants to bag these nations for Zion. Putting them all in the Zion bag, Zion uber alles will fall in place all over the earth. It will be an “Ode to Zion Joy” moment all over the earth with every nation under Zion.

    The Hasbaras are OK with Zion Ukraine doing similar things with the Holyhoax since Zion Ukraine is owned by Zion.

    • Replies: @Saggy
    , @Wally
  82. Anon[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    “Many of the white posters here are hicks. They live in some small town where all the teenagers hang around a single fast food joint and downtown is a few storefronts and Opoids are wiping out housewives and there is zero social mobility except for the jet ski dealership owners and landlords of the trailer parks.”

    It’s amazing how you have such incredible insight into where the white posters on this website live. Could it be that you are thinking that everyone here is sharing in your own misery? Or could it be that you are expressing your feelings of superiority because you think you have better digs than they have. By expressing unfounded opinions like this, you aren’t contributing to this forum at all, you’re just expressing your anger at your own life.

    • Replies: @utu
  83. Careful Lihn your going to expose the Zionists who control most of the countries. They have to condition the Goyim for shortages, austerity and lockdowns so they can be more easily relocated into the UN’s Agenda 2030-21 after another future false flag. Then there will be no nationalism anywhere, only a Global Totalitarian State.

  84. schrub says:

    Guess what folks, we were given a test and we failed it badly.

    Here is a video from about five years ago in which the speaker describes a Rockerfeller Foundation scenario from about 2010. The scenario describes what is going down today right down to the face masks.

    I thought his video might be a contemporary hoax until I found a much newer video in which this speaker Vox appears. Guess what, the speaker Vox appears to be five years older.

    Here is a link to the Rockerfeller Scenario he is describing.

    https://archive.org/details/pdfy-tNG7MjZUicS-wiJb/mode/thumb

  85. Jemina says:

    The éminence grise Kissinger, who said ”We are losing credibility”, under L.B._Johnson when there was a brief hesitation to escalate the Vietnam War, has completely lost amy credibility. He’s a complete hypocrite. What will he and the Rockefellers pharmas now use to eliminate innocents? Vaccines? Chemicals? CFR hypocrites. What will they do to escalate Iran? Venezuela? Now that they have ost ALL credibility?

    ”We spend billions per week on undeclared wars to injure, kill, and destroy. We spend hundreds of millions of dollars on fraudulent and wasteful defense contracts. We spend billions on drones and bombs which kill 687 civilians per 14 enemy targets, amounting to a ratio of nearly 50 civilians killed for each undeclared enemy killed…”

    ”Groups caring for children born with horrific deformities from Agent Orange — such as malformed limbs and no eyes — are wondering why they haven’t seen any of that money. Bedridden and unable to feed themselves, many patients need round-the-clock care. As they age, and parents die, who is going to look after them? asks Nguyen Thi Hien, director of the Danang Association of Victims of Agent Orange.”

    ”I spent the better part of the year 2008 in Vietnam. I traveled around the country, and was involved in interviewing and recording various children related charities and organizations there. While in the Da Nang area I had an opportunity to visit and interview a family who were victims of Agent Orange – bed-ridden twin men of age 28 and their parents.”

    From: Cycles of atrocities, Cycles of Shame & Regret, and Cycles of more atrocities…

    Another Sorry Episode in American History: Agent Orange
    Sibel Edmonds

    https://www.newsbud.com/2009/12/21/another-sorry-episode-in-american-history-agent-orange/

  86. @Dumbo

    What surprised me was the number of cucks that fell for this fraud. Every thing the Gov. does like in WMD’S, 911, Climate Change, Ozone depletion ect, are all lies and fraud. The cattle on the Gov. farm never learn. They never will until maybe when that U.N. boot is kicking them in the balls.

  87. Saggy says: • Website
    @GeeBee

    It would be an interesting PhD thesis in psychology to try to figure out why seemingly sane people cannot see that Trump is a dangerous imbecile, and … unfortunately there are many of them in the US. I do understand the initial appeal of Trump, so I have an advantage in trying to understand them, but even for me it is completely impossible.

    One is tempted to say that they are not too bright, and that is probably correct.

    • Replies: @Wally
  88. Saggy says: • Website
    @Robjil

    The Holyhoax is in the bag, in the past.

    That is complete nonsense. A few people squacking on the internet who are afraid to give their names or show their faces. The Jews couldn’t care less.

    We are cowards. The Jews are happy. The holohoax is as secure as it has ever been, maybe more so with the constant and relentless drumbeat of online propaganda.

    The only way to attack the holohoax is in the streets, by running for political office, or demonstrating in front of the many hoax museums. Until that happens they have nothing to worry about.

    Patrick Little started to do something, but was silenced.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @Wally
  89. Wally says:
    @Robjil

    So, you say that ‘Zionists / hasbarists are OK with debunking the “holocaust”‘

    Seriously? LOL

    – I guess that’s why Israel would lock me up for my debunking of the fake “holocaust” narrative.

    – I guess that’s why Zionists everywhere do everything possible to harm Revisionists.

    – I guess that’s why Ron Unz is now being targeted.

    recommended:
    Official list of Revisionist scholars persecuted / imprisoned for questioning the “Holocaust”:
    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12642

    • Replies: @Robjil
  90. Robjil says:
    @Saggy

    Yes, you are right. I meant that they have it already in the bag since 1945.

    It is the defining theme for Zion control of our planet.

    Everyone since 1945, has been endless brainwashed that it was the worst thing that ever happenned in history.

    It is the new sun of our planet. Galileo’s sun has been replaced by it.

    Someone on the internet, who is anon can work for other Zion causes that are not in the Zion bag. This is what I meant.

    Wally is doing a great job about bringing back Galileo’s vision of our planet even if he is also working to get more nations under Zion control.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • LOL: Wally
  91. Wally says:
    @Saggy

    – Yet you can give no examples to support your TDS beyond Trump’s admitted pandering to Israel, which every politician does and any alternative to him would do so in spades.

    But then you’re the same low information child who in another thread claimed that Islam was much older than Judaism & Christianity. LOL

    – I can just see your Bolshevik Bernie endorsed Joe Biden figuring out a plan to for a federal response to CV19, and then managing the daily press briefings. Your poor Biden can’t even figure out a salad bar.
    ‘I’m Joe Biden & I’m running for the US Senate’.

    Biden gaffes, stumbles and fitness for office under fire in new Trump campaign video: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/bidens-gaffes-trump-video

    Democrats pin their hopes on gaffe-prone Joe Biden:

    • Replies: @Saggy
  92. Robjil says:
    @Wally

    I agree. It has replaced Galileo’s sun.

    You are doing a great job at bringing back Galileo’s sun in focus again.

    Since 1945, billions of lives have been living in great shame and great fear of this Big 6 sun that casts shadows on all non-Jews.

    Billions of lives have not lived up to their full potential with the hot rays of this Big 6 sun burning any sense that good can be accomplished on this planet.

    Zion Ukraine is allowed to dapple in big 6 denial since it is a Zion flunky state. This is a good example where the Zionists allowed the big 6 sun to be cast down to gain more Zion control of our planet.

    • Replies: @Wally
  93. Judge says:

    I’m ordering your book tomorrow. Keep it up!

  94. Saggy says: • Website
    @Wally

    But then you’re the same low information child who in another thread claimed that Islam was much older than Judaism & Christianity. LOL

    I said the Arabs were in Israel/Jerusalem before the Jews, or the Christians for that matter, nitwit.

    But, beyond that … I will admit that I have just a few minutes ago read something that really rattles me …. Biden now wants to attack Trump for not being tough enough on China …. It is bad enough when Trump tries to blame the incompetence of the US response to CV on the Chinese, which he has touched on but doesn’t do too much, and then to see Biden wanting to make blaming the Chinese a campaign issue shows me that he could actually be worse than Trump, which up till now had been for me an unthinkable thought.

    Indeed, Biden called Trump xenophobic days after Trump announced the travel ban …. it’s just unbelievable bad on both sides from my perspective …..

  95. Wally says:
    @Robjil

    – Once again, you dodge what I posted.

    – According to your desperate pretzel logic, since there is “holocaust” revisionism in the countries shown below, it means that Zionists are allowing it …. by insisting upon laws which ban free speech that scrutinize it. LOL.

    Below is where free speech on the truly impossible “holocaust” storyline is illegal, violators go to prison for Thought Crimes. In all western countries, persecution, harassment, violent attacks & threats are the order of the day against those who engage in free speech about the impossible claims within it.

    • Agree: Nuncle
    • Replies: @Robjil
  96. @Jeff Stryker

    I knew that whites were sometimes snubbed by the indigenous there, or even beaten up. How bad is it?

    That’s about it. My impression is that real genuine original Hawaiians are only a small minority and don’t wield any real institutional power. In a way it’s similar to Dubai, where real Dubaians are also a small minority of the population, however in Dubai they’re at the top of the pyramid while in Hawaii the original Hawaiians are at the bottom of the pile. I got the impression that there were a lot of fake Hawaiians there, Asians who pretend that they have some original Hawaiian ancestry – maybe they get some advantages through affirmative action and PC. I don’t know if some of those foreign Arabs in Dubai are also faking it that they’re Dubaians as they all look pretty much the same.

  97. Wally says:
    @Saggy

    said:
    “A few people squacking on the internet who are afraid to give their names or show their faces. The Jews couldn’t care less.”

    That would be like you, “Saggy” who has posted “holocaust” Revisionist information on the internet.

    By your laughable reasoning, that then makes you a hasbarist / Zionist.

    • Replies: @Saggy
  98. @Jeff Stryker

    And personally, I like cities with a buzz and cuisine. Rural living has its own disadvantages.

    That may be so but aren’t you now spending most of your time out in some rural or small town area? I used to feel the same as you do but as I’m getting older I don’t care much for cities any more. And what I miss about cities is not what I could enjoy as much as when I was younger. I mean hanging around bars and night clubs getting drunk every day is probably not something I could still do even if I wanted, or probably wouldn’t be around if I had continued. Then those aspects of the cities I used to like have changed and I don’t find them as appealing any more – revisting old places for a few days makes that obvious.

  99. By-tor says:
    @obwandiyag

    Ol’ Pontiac is an anti-white ‘Poc’ living in a white-majority country where he contributes nothing but human waste while sponging on various types of government welfare for his food and housing. Bet on it.

  100. @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Unfortunately Jeff keeps repeating his old stories and doesn’t seem to have had any recent experiences to relate to us while Linh Dinh is out and about travelling even in these worst of times. Quite amazing actually that he left Vietnam, and not to go back to US as most travellers, while the virus was spreading. Now if he could slip over the border into North Korea and send us some reports from there – but that’s too much even for him to accomplish, at least for now.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  101. Getaclue says:
    @LinhDinhFan

    I don’t get how people who can clearly see that 911 was a “False Flag” brought about by “Elites” for their purposes and to take away our freedoms (all the Patriot Act bs was all written and ready to be rolled out on cue as the Towers were blown….) don’t get that this is more of the same– Part 2 of the “Production”

    — as part of their “work” the Satanic “Elite” have to “signal” to those relatively few awake what they are doing– its sort of an inside joke in a way but at an occult level it functions as something more than that– on Magazine covers and art the “Elite” have been letting us know they were going to play the Bio-Terror Weapon for awhile now– this link and site gives a nice look at just a small part of this– but clearly the “symbolic” signaling is there for anyone not brain dead (please check out the “art” at the Denver Airport and the BioMasked individual with the Machine Gun stabbing the Dove in the butt and all the rest…. https://thechive.com/2012/03/08/something-is-rotten-in-the-denver-airport-25-photos/ )

    — none of this is “just happening” and all of it is in benefit to the NWO goal of authoritarian control over every human on Earth, no “doable” given the Technology available (no, Globalism is not about “open borders” etc. as the Media portrays it– it’s about a few “Elite” having control of all resources on Earth while the rest, the Peons, get to live in poverty in a Police State, that’s what the “game” is about…the “Credit Score” system of China is the Model to be rolled out by “Medical Martial Law” worldwide, if this “pandemic” doesn’t do it, the next will…forced Vaccinations and “chipping” to engage in Society is clearly in the cards we are now being shown– you will have ZERO freedom….) in a Police Sate of zero freedoms for the Peons — to see people not pick up on this is strange, to see them cheering it on is beyond sad: https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/order-out-of-chaos-how-the-elites-plans-were-foretold-in-popular-culture/

    • Replies: @Richard B
  102. Saggy says: • Website
    @Wally

    By your laughable reasoning, that then makes you a hasbarist / Zionist.

    Good grief, how can you get things so wrong? I post holohoax revisionist information on the internet, that’s my main purpose here … but the Zionists don’t give a damn.

    What I should be doing is demonstrating in front of the local holohoax museum, or trying to organize an organization of real people with real names who will do their utmost to expose he holohoax by doing whatever is legally possible, which doesn’t seem to be too much, run for office, hand out leaflets, demonstrate, …. but it would be something to work on.

    But, I’m not doing what I should be doing, I’m squacking on the interet and nothing else, not even using my real name, just like you.

    What that makes us is despicable cowards, watching our world be destroyed while we cower behind our keyboards.

    For example …. when Bradley Smith was at CODOH he did everything he could, which consisted of trying to expose the hoax on college campuses, he worked on that tirelessly for years …. !!!! he got practically no help whatever …. but he tried his best to take revisionism to the people … unlike what CODOH is doing now.

  103. SOL says:
    @BAP

    “China, also an artificial country where many ethnic groups are cramped together under the iron first of the corrupt and idiotic (((communist))) party, a long time ally of the jews.”

    China is more than 90% Han. It’s not an artificial country, it’s an empire posing as a modern nation-state, and that ambition for one government to control all has been there for more than 2 millenial, and most Han are fine with that.

    • Replies: @Vojkan
    , @BAP
  104. utu says:
    @GeeBee

    “…staunch defence of the impossiblity of the Holyhoax…” – The key word here is ‘impossibility’. This is exactly the part of hasbara. Create a straw man that is easy to ridicule and defeat, so nothing about Holocaust will ever be reinvestigated. By claiming that no Jews were murdered you close the possibility of asking questions who was behind killing the Jews and who really benefited from it. CODOH operation is not different from Hamas operation. Both by their radicalism serve the Jews and Israel. Hamas was created by Israel to undermine Arafat faction that had much higher chances of making gains for Palestinians. The operational game here is as old as the secret police. It was known to French police and to Russian Okhrana in 19th century as they created agent provocateurs and set up phony opposition organizations. If you ever want to recognize agent provocateurs in your organization look for the ones who are the most radical and the ones who always pay their membership dues on time.

    Some years ago in West Germany a criminal trial agains Neo Nazi criminal activities was derailed after it was disclosed that pretty much everybody in the organization was an informant of the state police. It took some guts on the part of the presiding judge to stop the trial. In the US, I am afraid they would go on and continue the farce.

    • Replies: @GeeBee
  105. utu says:
    @Anon

    Stryker is a troll. His MO is pretty obvious: denigrate American, undermine confidence and self-worth and take away hope for a constructive action. I am surprised that Ron Unz keeps him around even though he was promising to restrict his access on several occasions.

    • Agree: Republic
  106. utu says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    The book has been written already. Actually it is a very thin booklet with several stories that Jeff Stryker got from his handler. The stories are not Stryker stories. There might be more Strykers not just one. All are playing the same role from the same booklet. Do you think it is plausible that one person could keep repeating the same story over and over again for last two or three years? Even the old demented uncle will alter his boring Thanksgiving table story now and then. But not Jeff Stryker. He is a troll.

  107. NoNwoNow says:
    @JohnPlywood

    Rubbish. The Neanderthals were white. So were the Cro-Magnons. Maybe the Denisovans too. Whites have been in Europe only 4500 yrs and were wandering all over the planet before that? LOL.

  108. @Anon 2

    I think LD’s pieces are full of bright, even nifty observations, too. Therefore it is the greatest pity that he feels the unbelievably tedious obligation/peer pressure to call Israel “genocidal” etc, when were he to apply half the imagination he does to the rest of the world, he might find it instructive in the highest degree to look more closely at the world’s most centrally active scapegoat-mechanism and favourite petcare project co-existing in the very same nexus there together…

  109. Vojkan says:
    @jacklord66

    The world is currently under house arrest. What else could take place?

  110. Vojkan says:
    @SOL

    Not just an empire, arguably a full-fledged civilisation matching Western civilisation. Provided that there still is something that can be called Western civilisation.

  111. gT says:
    @Oracle

    Stop whining and get a life. Defend your territory, don’t carry on like Jeff Stryker and run elsewhere when the going gets tough. He actually seems to be encouraging that sort of behaviour.

    And hows these Jews claiming they have a legitimate right to Israel? If their bible is believable, then they barely have ruled that portion of the globe for more than a hundred years, maybe two hundred at a time. Their bible even says that they took that land from others. The Assyrians have ruled there longer, same with the Persians, and the Romans. The Muslims and Ottomans have ruled there longer. The only group who maybe ruled that portion of the globe for a shorter period than the Jews were the Crusaders. But even the Crusaders have more claim to that land than the Jews do, because you can at least see the fortifications the Crusaders built there. Yet the Jews still claim that land is theirs. Idiots. Lets see if they can even make it to another hundred years with their latest attempt to rule that part of the globe (1948-2048).

  112. @Commentator Mike

    Recently…

    I have not been locked down where I am. I take long bike rides everyday.

    I’m not really eager to call attention to myself or tell everyone where I live in Asia. Mr. Linh appears to be paid to do this, but I wouldn’t want to get too specific.

    Honestly, all my bad experiences were in the US. Once left, I didn’t have as many bad experiences on the street. Of course we just heard about that Floridian guy who got mugged by a Pakistani gang in London a few days ago in Brick Lane walking around at night. There are areas you want to avoid everywhere.

    But the constant mayhem on US streets due to the unfettered underclass is not really a problem overseas.

  113. @Jeff Stryker

    Bush did so much damage to the US you would think he was part of Al Quaeda.

    I don’t know if Al Qaeda did any damage to the US.
    But then again, Bush, Cheney, Rumsfelt, al Qaeda, ISIS, al Nusra, Dish-Dash, all seem to be of the same gang, so maybe indirectly.

  114. @Robjil

    An Arabic-speaking acquaintance suggested that Al Qaeda might mean the squat by the foundation.

    This was in the early days of the present drive toward freedom and democracy in the Middle East.

  115. Nuncle says:

    Jews don’t belong to a nation. Despite the foundation of their ‘own’ state 70 years ago, most choose not to live there. There are much more interested in subverting non-Jewish nations than being with other members of their tribe. This is what drives them – it’s their raison d’etre.

  116. @Dwright

    I don’t hate my relatives. I have not seen my brother in 14 years but I contacted him and he told me he was moving from Los Angeles, even though he lived in Orange County. He could not afford private school tuition and did not want his daughter in public schools.

    Again, it was because of the Cholos. It sounds really redundant, but Cholos have had an adverse impact on my life simply because they exist in America.

    I don’t live in some small town with all my relatives, but then again how does it feel to be a hick and know your Dad works at Wal Mart when he is 60 years old? That your father and mother and extended relatives are all poor and all at the mercy of a government that doesn’t give a fat rat’s ass for them.

    Would I make the ultimate sacrifice for Michigan? A place that offered me no decent career, that most young people leave if they are able to, where the biggest city is an abandoned ghost town synonymous with Haiti in the snow. Not only is Michigan a second-world country and poor but has subarctic temperatures.

    What is there too love?

    As for Arizona, it if full of Cholos and rednecks I would cross a highway to avoid. Why would I love this homeland? The idiot Cholos of the Southwest are disgusting. Give my life for them!

    US employers pay nothing to their labor force. They even hire Mexicans to undercut them. Why would I care if Arabs or Chinese invaded and killed them. What difference would it make?

    Who or what would be worth making the ultimate sacrifice for in America?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  117. Jackson8 says:

    Shine the light on the true source of covid19, Talmudist deep state Israel (as foretold by PNAC). Israel taking the blame for its own actions, now that would be a turning point.

  118. @Jeff Stryker

    I take long bike rides everyday.

    I meant international travel. But take care anyway – the roads are not very safe there.

  119. Robjil says:
    @Wally

    I know about these laws. Russia is not so strict though.

    It is the new sun in Europe. Galileo must be turning in his grave.

    On the 6th hour, 6th day and 6th month – 666 – Operation Overlord- in 1944 -overrun Europe. Ironically, Zionists did a big clamp down on the internet last June 6th. Was it another big 6 Sun day? Will we have another clamp down this June 6th?

    The All-lies came to bring the Hate Spell of the Big 6 Sun to all of Europe in 1944.

    In Germany the law is the worst, 5 years even for foreigners. The foreigner law is used in other European nations, David Irving was captured in Austria.

    This big 6 Sun is used by Zionists to hide their sins. The glare of it blinds people of the sins of Zionism since 1945.

    The many sins of Zionism hidden by the Big 6 Sun are so numerous. It is almost beyond words to describe the many dimensions of their control of our planet. This is the main reason that this website is so popular.

    Rise and Kill, is used to kill anyone who speaks up about them. In the US, it is used a lot for dissidents of Zionism. Thus, the Big 6 worship laws can be used anywhere in the world with this method. In the US and other non- jail lands, big 6 Sun dissidents find it hard to hold a job or have a voice anywhere in the world. Thus, it is a strict law practically everywhere on this planet.

    USS Liberty, Nine Eleven, the creation of Al Qaeda/Isis, Regime Change for non pro-Zion regimes, and election tampering /bribing to get pro-Zionists in power in the western world are other big examples of Zionism at work on our planet.

    It has gone on too far, humanity has to advance. Humans have to throw off the shackles of Zionists and free this planet.

    The one thing that I disagree with you is I love any “regime” that the Zionists hate. It is good for humanity to have at least one piece of land on earth that the Zionists do not have complete control.

  120. Here in South Korea, the government has been decisive and organized, without resorting to a crippling lockdown…

    Maybe the S. Koreans could start paying for their own defense.

  121. @Jeff Stryker

    Of course we just heard about that Floridian guy who got mugged by a Pakistani gang in London a few days ago in Brick Lane walking around at night.

    I think that was 7 years ago. It seems he was bottled with a bottle he was carrying and they left the other white guy he was with alone. So the Bengalis may have taken offence at him carrying a bottle of beer in a Sharia zone and hence the altercation. Of course I’m not excusing it but that’s what happens when you import an alien culture. You wouldn’t want to be walking around a black area in the US, or probably any area there, with a KKK T-shirt but in the Philippines you’d get a thumbs up because those are the three letters of the Philippine revolution:

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

    It helps to be up to speed when shifting your cultural/racial environment.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  122. Biff says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    I’m not really eager to call attention to myself or tell everyone where I live in Asia. Mr. Linh appears to be paid to do this, but I wouldn’t want to get too specific.

    It seems to me you never write about Asian demographics, weather, politicians, or economy. On the other hand, you always write about those things when drafting about America – which gives me an idea of where you do or don’t live.

  123. GeeBee says:
    @utu

    Was your example really in West Germany? I’d have thought the GDR a more likely place. Anyhow, ‘controlled opposition’ is undoubtedly a fine art, and the tactics are no doubt as arcane as they are surprising. Revilo Oliver, for example, was effectively duped by such means, and was bitterly disappointed to discover that Robert Welch Jr. was, in fact, a tool of Jews, and he left abrutly. But at least he found out what was going on. We are perhaps not so fortunate.

    As for your battening onto my word ‘impossibility’, I did not intend it to be a catch-all, covering all deaths of Jews at the hands of Germans in the NSDAP period. Tens of millions of people from many ethnicities died during Roosevelt & Churchill’s war to replace British global hegemony with an American version (Churchill, of course, was too foolish and vain to see what was happening in this regard), and inevitably many of them were undoubtedly Jewish. I do not believe, however, that the ‘official’ holocaust narrative – at least in terms of the so-called ‘gassings’ – is in any way, shape or form tenable, when subject to any practical and objective enquiry. The very existence of laws prohibiting questioning this narrative, under penalty of imprisonment, ought at the very least to ring alarm bells in the minds of any impartial observer.

    I was such an observer until perhaps seven or eight years ago. Once I looked into the subject, however, it became clear that no such undertaking could have been carried out, if only because of the aforementioned practical constraints. I had no more of a brief for the Third Reich than I did for Jewry. I had become interested manily, as I hinted above, owing to the laws prohibiting investigation. I now understand how and why the ‘official’ story regarding mass killings by gassing is totally impossible. That is all I meant by my use of that word.

  124. Truth says:
    @Dwright

    Well they have full, 24 hour lockdoen there with automatic jail as a penalty now, even for the sheiks, so…

  125. Truth says:
    @DaveE

    “Shlomovirus” is good. It’s right up there with “kikemasons.”

  126. A little something to consider when “Masking Up”.
    Possible Face Mask Dangers Coronavirus
    https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=18NAYA9KYYGN

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  127. Truth says:
    @Johann

    Actually, there is a fairly ciear and simple line as to when “they’ve gone too far…”

    Ask yourself this; have their actions pushed the normal American (Belgian, German, whatever), to the point where he (meaning YOU, Johann; yes you) to the point where he will risk insolvency, imprisonment or death to end the situation.

    I would gander that the vast majority of you are unwilling to risk SOCIAL OSTRACISM yet, so, get ready to open wide and swallow a whole lot more shit. Your overseers are just getting started…

    Simple enough?

  128. @Johnny Walker Read

    Cloth masks—dangerous to your health?

    The widespread use of cloth masks by healthcare workers may actually put them at increased risk of respiratory illness and viral infections and their global use should be discouraged, according to a UNSW study.

    The results of the first randomised clinical trial (RCT) to study the efficacy of cloth masks were published today in the journal BMJ Open.

    The trial saw 1607 hospital healthcare workers across 14 hospitals in the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, split into three groups: those wearing medical masks, those wearing cloth masks and a control group based on usual practice, which included mask wearing.

    Workers used the mask on every shift for four consecutive weeks.

    The study found respiratory infection was much higher among healthcare workers wearing cloth masks.

    https://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-04-masksdangerous-health.html
    Strapping a rag across your face is just stupid!

  129. Truth says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    In other words, be the white Linh Dinh.

    Would you settle for the white Freed Reed?

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  130. I find this article tasteless, not because it is anti-American, but because it completely misses the point of what is going on. The world being what it is today, all of humanity is in the same boat. The downfall of America, which the author and others have been constantly predicting for over thirty years, if it really happens, will not be a happy event for anyone. Less glee, less trash, more decency, please !! I do not think the author is capable of that, however.

  131. @Truth

    Mr. Linh is a professional writer. I’m just someone with little going on who learns things from the posts of insightful commentators.

    You would have to have a particular psychology to be an expat. A longtime expat yourself, you would know this.

    It ain’t for everyone.

    • Replies: @mcohen
  132. Anon[694] • Disclaimer says:

    My freshman year in college, I had an English teacher, Stanley Ward, who said, “All writing is about sex or death,”

    This explains why modern lit is such a pile of garbage, because this is what’s taught in our college English classes.

    The future is we all communicate and do all our shopping online, eat alone with our phone, and have relationships with robots.

  133. I am a proud Lihn DIhn fan.Read all his articles.I get to live vicariously through his stories.Don’t ever stop Mr.Lihn.

  134. @utu

    Nah he’s believable, just a bit monotonous. The guy’s from like, Michigan and Phoenix, so his experiences of the USA are going to be those of a declining shithole. The “Cholos” being a problem sounds exaggerated, but then there was a period in the 80s in Southern California when the Hispanics were taking areas like Long Beach back from the blacks, and they probably had to be aggressive in general to do that. Crime in general has actually gone down, but he’s right about needing to be in a wealthy area with good public schools or sending your kids to private schools. The guy just reels out the same story, of his life, over and over.

    We might actually be interested in his observations of the here-and-now. He’s in Asia somewhere, how’s life under the lockdown there? How are Westerners, large numbers of whom seem to think all they have to do is wear a sarong and put a flower behind their ear to be 100.00% accepted, being treated now?

    There are areas that actually need white people. Ireland, the UK, places like Poland and Serbia, Europe in general because surprise-surprise, whites are one of the native life forms there. Just like Japan needs more Japanese, Europe needs more whites and a lot of places in Europe are very affordable. Asia does not need more white people, and from what I think I’ve heard, Stryker’s having to lay low – hiding in a bedroom like a modern day Ann Frank? That, we’d like to hear about.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  135. BAP says:
    @SOL

    Any map of ethnic groups living there or ongoing conflicts with the government can prove you wrong.
    Even the Han chinese regions seem to be artificially “smashed” together according to an earlier discussion, but I never searched anything about it.
    Europe is a civilization too, but it isn’t a bizarre monstrosity meticulously architected by insane jews and corrupt psychopathic bureaucrats.
    No amount of repetitive astroturfing from imbeciles can change reality.

  136. Richard B says:
    @Getaclue

    Great comment. Thanks for the links.

  137. Richard B says:
    @Commentator Mike

    It helps to be up to speed

    Said the man who thinks there have ever been KKK t-shirts.

    While we’re on the subject, there’s only one KKK in the world today.

    The Kvetching Kosher Khazars.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  138. Richard B says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    You make some interesting points.

    But I think overall you’re idealizing “being a part of a tribe.”

    I also don’t think it’s as black and white as you present it.

    Of course it feels great to belong, to be valued and value in return.

    In fact, that’s a good way to judge one’s character and that of others, ie; value competence.

    But, when it comes to belonging, it depends on what group you belong to.

    If the group doesn’t value the individuals in it then it’s an undifferentiated ego mass.

    My personal experience has confirmed time and time again that the shadow of conformity is stupidity.

    If you belong to a group that doens’t value individuality you lose your mind and your soul.

    No thanks.

  139. GeeBee: “It is speculation at best to aver that the bacterium that causes plague, Yersinia pestis, originated in China.”

    No, it’s not. Genetic analysis has proved it.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/ng.705

    GeeBee: “Blaming the Chinese for everything is an altogether too facile excuse for all our ills I fear.”

    My remarks had nothing to do with blaming the Chinese; indeed, it would be easier to take them as meaning the opposite. I merely point out that the white man’s system of technology, specifically the transportation networks that have been established, have unintended consequences, including facilitating the spread of diseases. Likewise, I point out that the spread of ubiquitous surveillance is the unintended consequence of technological “progress” in computers and electronics generally, and is willing being adopted by the very people — the “dumb hicks” as LD styles them — it’s supposedly victimizing. The people themselves are the very globalists that LD imagines as being at war with them. They are rushing headlong into technological slavery. As Ted Kaczynski said in his Unabomber manifesto 25 years ago, only a revolt against the technological system itself will prevent this. There is no political solution.

    The coronavirus pandemic has made crystal clear that the technological system is a true system. Just a tiny change in one of its parts was able to cause widespread trouble everywhere; notably, it has caused profound dislocations in political and economic areas. It’s still even an open question whether this particular incident will precipitate the collapse of the entire system. It could, but I tend to think of it as more of a dress rehearsal for the real thing, which will come later, when someone or some organization notices how much more effective this method of attacking the system is than mere bombs. The coronavirus has wrought more havoc by far than any terrorist attack to date. If there is a “turning point” resulting from the coronavirus crisis, it will be this: that future terrorists will use better weapons. Destroying the system itself is the only way to reestablish freedom.

    • Agree: Adûnâi
  140. @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    We retreated to my wife’s house and there is no curfew. Many people have left Bangkok and returned home. Philippines is enforcing its curfew and older people are not allowed out of their houses. Its a bit more lax here.

    I’m not under as a restrictive of a curfew as I would be in the US.

    Western Europe is at least as expensive as Hawaii.

    Eastern Europe is different of course. Far less expensive.

    Asia does not need more white people? Well, the tourism sector here is awfully important and the economy shrank in about one week by 10 percent.

    Michigan was a bit different from Phoenix. Phoenix was not in steep decline, but the Cholos were an issue. As they are throughout the Southwest. And you really need to have money in US cities or you’ll experience problems with the underclass whatever their race. The US is a two-tier society. Or three tier. You have the plutocracy and one percent, so wealthy they are rarely seen. You have the suburbs and exurbs. And then you have poor areas.

    Possibly crime has declined because crack cocaine is no longer popular and cannot fuel gangs. Standards of living have decline and the plutocrats maintain far more control. Also, WASPS have now been dislodged from the power structure and there is no longer the nobless oblige towards working class whites-nor do middle-class whites constitute the voter’s base like they did in the Reagan Era.

    The trade off for lower crime is a police state. And a massive prison population.

    White people are not being treated any differently in Southeast Asia so far. I’ve experienced less racism in Asia or Dubai than I did in America when I got to close to the hood or barrio.

  141. Biloxi says: • Website

    Linh Dinh thank you. The enlightened, flesh torn off freeing the angel within. You’ve chosen enlightenment. Dantes inferno, clearly you’ve risen. A Phoenix from your own ashes. Please do write passionate courage as in the Tao Te Ching. Continue creating a path as Lao Tzu. Chuang Tzu and Sun Tzu also spiraled light during the times in China, vile darkness. Embrace the Beings who you are in Family wholeness eternally. Divine Immortals’ lights a cloud like form waiting.

  142. @Richard B

    I don’t know of any traditional society that works that way. Among the Amish, for example, each person will have things they like to do, or are better at, etc. Even among the African Bushmen, different people had different interests and skills and were valued, as individuals. It’s the modern Lego-block system we live in that makes one lose their individuality. Workers are interchangeable parts. In a little German or English etc village, you would probably do a lot of general work, but you might be the guy who’s good at painting signs, or making really good wagon wheels, or good with horses, etc.

    What you might be thinking about is maybe a cult, or some of the extreme religions but I can tell you, even if you see a lot of saffron-robed monks all dressed the same and the same shaved heads and all chanting the same, if you joined that group you’d find them to be as individual as anyone. People say this about the Army, that the same uniform etc forces people to be alike, but anyone who’s been in the military knows the feeling of being in a group of some of the most whacky, entertaining, infuriating, quirky, individuals they’ve ever been in the middle of.

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  143. @Jeff Stryker

    You have just lived in the best decade for a human to have ever been alive. I see you’re fully appreciative of how you’ve been blessed. BTW, please stay in the city.

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  144. augusto says:
    @a_german_

    Since the corona fake will come to an end, you re obviously eager torwards that, the sooner the better.
    And since you reject the fake, have you been in the streets , day in and out, talking and touching every single body you can – et pour cause convincing him of your thesis?
    I sincerely hope so.
    You know those party or artistic event shows where someone in the entrance puts a kinda of stamp mark in you pulse, almost invisible just to make sure you have paid the ticket?
    I figure that everyone sharing your opinion, should forcibly receive an arm indelible mark as well, able to resist six months.
    The fair deal is the mark will indicate you -the non believer – not eligible for treatment when the fake virus sets in to your lungs.

  145. Richard B says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    I don’t know of any traditional society that works that way.

    They all work that way.

    A culture of individual conscience (as opposed to automatic and unreflective obedience to the authority of the culture) emerged only in the geographical areas of Western Europe and North America. They are found in no other culture, at all.

    That’s why it’s the defining feature of the Western world.

    The East has its genius for community and the West its genius for individuality.

    In fact, it’s why we’ve produced the most geniuses.

    It’s why European man literally invented the university. The house of the intellect.

    So we could have a place to study our geniuses and use that to continue developing the culture.

    That’s why as soon as the West turned its back on that it immediately began its headlong plunge into the abyss it’s still in now.

    In any event, here’s an in-depth and very interesting examination of this very topic that you might find interesting.

    https://www.unz.com/book/john_dewey__ethics/

  146. @Greg the American

    I think the nineties was better. Gen Y are living at home until they are 40, while Gen X could attend college for a reasonable amount of money and move out when when they were 19.

    Heck, back in 1990 most 30 year old white people owned a house. Now Gen Y live at home.

    The Mexicans were dangerous even then, no question, but Southern California had not been completely destroyed by them.

    The Wall had come down but 9-11 had not happened.

    By 1999 I was overseas and the biggest difference is that Americans were loved back then and now they are not loved by many overseas.

    So I disagree there with you. Great Recession, loss of Triple A rating, illegal immigration…Nineties seemed better to me.

  147. @Jeff Stryker

    Jeff,

    All these people that are criticising you for having left, what are they doing to effect the change in America that they want to see? Writing comments on the Internet? You can do that from overseas. Voting? You can vote from overseas too. Wearing a MAGA hat so as to get spat on and beaten up in public? I wish they’d come out and say what it is that you should be doing if you were in US other than what they’re all doing, which isn’t much.

  148. anon[191] • Disclaimer says:
    @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Never understood the permanent hard on most American men have for their military and anything to do with their military. When I was in the military, it was the closest thing to chattel slavery or jail I could’ve imagined and I hated every minute of it.

  149. Johan says:

    Hail the globalist elites! they will crack down on mass man, chase him of the street, chase him out of his terror mobile, his car, his holy cow, limit his possibilities on the internet, etc. etc. After mass man’s violent orgy and dictatorship of mediocrity, which is democracy, has ceased, a small part of them will be forced out of their slumber, these, by now degenerated already enslaved creatures will have to become real men again.
    And the force of the elite dictatorship, in contrast, will stimulate, nay, will force an intelligent minority of people to become active as an oppositional intelligentsia, an oppositional force. Mass man’s orgy, democracy cannot be defeated, it will kill itself inevitably, as it kills everything blindly, but elite rule can be broken. In the end, two dicatorial systems will be defeated, that of mass man, and that of a greedy and power hungry elite.

  150. @anon

    I guess you’d have to be an American to understand …. when I went into the military it was the first time in my life I had more than one pair of shoes. The clothes (uniforms) I was given were beyond my wildest dreams. The food was great! There was lots of learning all the time, exercise, and a lot of cool stuff like camping and hiking and obstacle course stuff. When I went in I was underweight (had to drink water to “make weight” because I could not afford the recommended bananas) and after Basic I’d put on about 15 lbs and all of it muscle. I got an appreciation for Sousa-type march music, and also some really cool old school stuff like Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, the Sugar Hill Gang, etc.

    Lots of things were a huge PITA like MOPP gear drills and field exercises where we really were in the field for weeks on end, but looking back, it wasn’t bad.

    You’ve got to understand that the average American kid is very poor, their parents don’t give a shit about them, they have no money saved, and the US has almost no social safety net. It’s literally join the military or spend some time, these days more like your whole life, homeless and hungry.

    What bugs me is the “thank you for your service” BS. Well, for one thing, I was paid. It wasn’t service, it stopped being service when they stopped drafting kids regardless of their wealth. And it was a far better job than pumping gas and being on my feet all day doing that, or mopping floors, or any of the other glorious career opportunities 99% of Americans are limited to. And getting into the Army is pretty elite – you have to have a clean record, have graduated high school or at least gotten a GED, and be strong and healthy.

    And if I’d known how much the US economy was going to keep sliding down, down, down, I’d have stayed in the Army even if all I ever did was peel potatoes. There is no social mobility in the US, so there’s no use in “striving” at all.

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  151. @anon

    That is how my father felt. He was an Army Medic. Vietnam.

  152. @alex in San Jose AKA Digital Detroit

    Many join the military to go overseas. An off-base apartment in Japan is better than the ghetto or trailer park.

    Our fellow posters from Britain or Australia have no idea how poor the average American is. They’re country has trade school programs and nobody has to join the military simply to acquire a skill.

    And in addition to America’s lousy labor sector, wages are low. In Australia, wages are higher. Twice as high. In the US, many homeless people have jobs and still sleep on the street.

  153. Somehow I missed this earlier. I had seen the interviews with various other folks around the globe, but this slipped through.

    I am glad I caught it, because this has to be one of your best, at least on Unz. You knocked it outta the park. Forwarding to everyone I know. Many thanks for posting this.

  154. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @Current History

    >”If Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, etc., can’t get their shit together after their various wars”

    Which wars? Which betrayals?

    The UK et alia promised Arabs independence post-WWI. Then reneged. Then gave Jews half of Palestine.

    The West also killed the equivalent of 11,000,000 Americans in Iraq…based on lies.

    Then the “coalition of the willing killers” murdered its leader…and then did the same in Libya.

    Hmmm: why would Muslims not trust us?

    Hasbara Fraufuhrer Allbright said she felt “it was worth it” to let 500,000 Iraqi kids die. How Himmlerish of her! She’s like Dr. Mengele, savoring the screams of vivisected Juden kiddies in the camps.

    How would US citizens feel if China gave India half of America, then bombed the shit out of 10 of its major cities?

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  155. @Anonymous

    The UK et alia promised Arabs independence post-WWI. Then reneged. Then gave Jews half of Palestine.

    The day Israel declared their independence they were attacked by all their surrounding Muslim neighbours who promised to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. It didn’t turnout that way. The far smaller brand-new nation of Israel defeated all those far larger Muslim nations in a war, the first one of many to come.

    Nothing was handed to the Jews that they didn’t keep through their own fighting which is so unlike Muslims who have had US soldiers doing what should be the Muslims job of fighting, bleeding, and dying in their own Civil Wars, on top of that the America taxpayers have financed the whole thing. Say what you want against Israel but at least they use their own Jewish sons and not American soldiers to fight their wars when attacked by neighbouring Muslims.

    Then the “coalition of the willing killers” murdered its leader…and then did the same in Libya.

    Your talking about Saddam Hussein? The sweetheart of a leader who put his enemies in acid showers and watched them while they dissolved.

    Yeah, it’s a total bummer that we “murdered” the Abe Lincoln of Iraq (but wasn’t he arrested by Americans and then tried and executed by the Iraqis?). You would have thought that once the Iraqis had their once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to start anew after Saddam was gone that they would have grabbed it with both hands. But no, instead they grabbed machine guns and started murdering each other along Sunni-Shia lines.

    The West also killed the equivalent of 11,000,000 Americans in Iraq…based on lies.

    It hasn’t been the West doing all that killing. It has been Muslims killing Muslims that has lead to, by far, the most deaths in all these Muslims countries. Can you say “Sunni”, can you say “Shia?” Islam is the one common denominator between between all these Third World basket case countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Afghanistan.

    The USA wasted its blood and its gold on among the most ungrateful/useless/violent people on the planet. It was a colossal mistake. If I had my way the West would have nothing to do with the Muslim world, they can figure it out for themselves, fight their own fights, and deal with all their own refugees.

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