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So here is the grim reality of life in Woke America 2022. In November, I spoke at a peaceful conference held by an organization that is deemed a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League. The title of my talk was “Race, Immigration, and Con. Inc: How I Came to See the Light.” It was a wide-ranging discussion of my three decades of reporting on the nation’s demographic and cultural deterioration—which I’ve chronicled firsthand on college campuses, at our borders, and in every crime-ridden, riot-prone, and mass migration-transformed metropolis from Los Angeles to Seattle and Portland, to Baltimore, Washington, D.C, New York, and Denver.

As I’ve done throughout my career, I lambasted both Swamp Democrats and establishment Republicans for selling us out. The speech delved into the K-20 metastasis of anti-white curriculum, the corporate media’s whitewashing of black-on-Asian attacks, and the long campaign to censor nationalist dissidents who put America first. A week after my talk, San Francisco-based Airbnb notified me that I was banned from using its services ever again and imperiously deleted my account. Poof!


“My name’s Cedar, and I’m with Airbnb’s Trust team,” the Nov. 24, 2021 e-mail began. “It has come to our attention that you were a keynote speaker for the 2021 American Renaissance Conference earlier this month in Tennessee. Airbnb’s community policies prohibit people who are members of or actively associate with known hate groups. Due to your promotion and participation in a known white nationalist and white supremacist conference, we have determined that we will remove your account from Airbnb. This is consistent with action we’ve taken to ban people associated with this conference in past years.”


Malkin at AmRen 2021. Courtesy: AmericanRenaissance.com

Airbnb’s ideological witch hunts have claimed an unknown number of victims since 2016 as part of a woke company initiative to root out “bias” and expel anyone deemed an “extremist” with a “dangerous organization affiliation.” Press coverage of previous purges strongly suggests that the aforementioned character assassins of the SPLC are involved through use of their far left, anti-white, anti-Right “Hatewatch” list. Ever since I wrote my first book, Invasion, in 2002, the SPLC and ADL goons have sought to stifle my voice.

But this latest salvo crosses the line. It’s not enough that I — a “woman of color” (the Left’s own descriptive label, not mine) and mother of two multiracial children – was pronounced guilty of “hate” crimes and “promotion” of “white supremacist” ideas for delivering a speech whose full content Airbnb didn’t even bother to obtain from me. The Airbnb bullies also banned my equally non-violent, non-hateful husband – who did not attend the conference and who is not a public figure or activist.

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“As we can see that your Airbnb travels are typically reserved via your husband’s account,” Airbnb’s “Trust team” member “Cedar” told both my husband and me, “we will also proceed in removing his account.” Neither of us had ever had a negative review, complaint, or policy violation of any kind. Are my kids next? Are yours? (Surprise: No response from Airbnb to my media inquiries on how many other family members of banned conservative and nationalist Airbnb customers have been swept into their thought police dragnet.)

“Cedar” closed his/her e-mail by informing me that the only way to appeal Airbnb’s decision is “[i]f our understanding that you participated in the 2021 American Renaissance Conference is incorrect.”

Take note: You’re damned right I spoke peacefully and lawfully to the peaceful and lawful 2021 American Renaissance conference and was honored to receive a warm welcome.

I resoundingly reject the notion that condemning Black Lives Matter and Antifa terrorists constitutes “hate.” I defy the Airbnb thought police who consider my husband and me “untrustworthy” and “dangerous” threats to community safety on par with convicted felons and sex traffickers. God willing, and with my readers’ and viewers’ help, I will fight these speech-stifling bigots who think they can get away with retaliating against me and my family for my journalism and activism.

I’ve received feedback from astute lawyers who note that public accommodation businesses in California, where Airbnb is based, are subject to the Unruh Civil Rights Act–which forbids the very kind of anti-free-speech, anti-free-association, and anti-equal housing discrimination Airbnb has visited upon me and my family. Much more is at stake, of course, and there are other sound legal grounds for seeking relief.

As AmRen founder Jared Taylor told me this week: “Once again, in what used to be known as the ‘land of the free and the home of the brave,’ Big Tech is punishing people for what they say. After it gets finished with vaccine freethinkers, election skeptics, and people who think all lives matter, who’s going to be left? Democrat toadies?”

America First Foundation president and American First Political Action Conference founder Nick Fuentes, targeted by the feds, investigated by Dems, and deplatformed by a multitude of woke businesses for his peaceful political advocacy, added: “Every day the list of digital services engaged in discrimination against Patriotic Americans grows longer. Deplatforming on Airbnb marks a chilling escalation in tactics used by Big Tech to silence American conservatives.”

Cancel culture has reached a new escalation and I don’t plan on rolling over. Never have. Never will. I’ve raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for other patriots and heroes over the past thirty years. Now, I’m asking readers and viewers for help to fight my own battle – which, of course, is yours as well. Visit fundly.com/michellefightsairbnb to join the cause. It’s a time for choosing:

Defiance over compliance.

Michelle Malkin’s e-mail: [email protected] .com

 
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  1. I am guessing more than half of Air Bnb customers do not agree with woke politics, or refusing service due to differing opinions.

    I will never use them again and will spread the word that they do not want the money of conservatives. Every conservative should do the same. This is outrageous.

    Michele – thank you for your continued courage. It’s only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    • Replies: @DrWatson
    @Dallas Rockford

    I won't ever use them either! I hope it will lash back at them and many people will boycott them.

    There are plenty of alternatives to (((airbnb))): https://www.findingtheuniverse.com/alternatives-to-airbnb/

    BTW, Michelle spells her name like this.

    , @lavoisier
    @Dallas Rockford


    Michele – thank you for your continued courage. It’s only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!
     
    One can only hope. Meanwhile, help fund her legal efforts to shame the Bolsheviks and their despicable totalitarian actions!
    , @Reality Reporter
    @Dallas Rockford

    Asian women are the biggest allies of the white man, so much so that the left hates their existence as they give white men an alternative to white women. I wonder if their hapa children will be as rightwing as the mullatto children white women are being breed are leftwing.

    It’s a battle between white man and black man. White man goes Asian, black man gets liberal white women. Personally I think white women are more beautiful but they want BBC because of the media so they’re not an option anymore.

    Either way the white man will have to deal with the millions of higher IQ mullatos currently being breed, will the Hapas being breed be able to compete against the mullatos or will they be bullied, cucked and forced to either go gay or searching through the third world for a while wife like their white dad by the black man?

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    , @Gary Lynch
    @Dallas Rockford

    #Americafirst "Patriots"?

    It's not patriotic to advocate for sedition or insurrection, honey. It's also not patriotic to sympathize with White Nationalist groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and 3 Percenters. It's not patriotic to support a draft dodging, narcissistic, arrogant, incurious and pathologically lying psychopath just because he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.

    You're a racist piece of trash lady. Nothing "patriotic" about your version of America.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Conch

  2. Michelle Malkin is a Joan of Arc figure in our times. She is heroic.


    Courage! Ne reculez pas!

    • Agree: JR Foley, J1234
    • Replies: @Nat X
    @Anon

    Jeanne d'Arc wasn't a slant sir.

    Replies: @SaneClownPosse

    , @MrE3001
    @Anon

    Lol. Yeah, another tranny.

    , @JimDandy
    @Anon

    Ok, yes, but I must say that the word "hubby" is unbecoming of a badass warrior sword-swinging heroine saint.

    , @J1234
    @Anon

    Michelle is awesome! Best wishes to her and her family.

  3. AirBnB NEVER will have my business again.

    • Replies: @sally
    @plum

    Is there not some rule of law that can be used to protect the 1st amendment rights of individuals and their organizations from punishment fro what they say? Is banning access an infringement of constitutional
    rights and privileges. Can a state license entities who offer services to the public or who are big enough to be public by size definitions.. use their license to infringe the constitution of the Untied States of America. That is can the licensee do what the state cannot.

    The power to create non human entities[corporations, partnerships, and the like) comes from the constitution.

    Amendment 1 in part says

    "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, .. or the right of the people to peaceably to
    assemble. .. " <=but when they grant a charter to do business to an organization that does when
    the state itself cannot do.

    Amendment 14 in Section 1 says

    "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of
    the United States and of the State wherein they reside.

    No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the
    Untied States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty[I ask, is denial of access a restraint
    on liberty], or property (I ask, is one's good name property, it certainly has value),

    without due process of law;

    nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. "

    but does not a state do just that, when if fails to revoke the privilege of a non human entity [a licensee of the state] that engages in activities that infringe, deny, abridge, ignore, or violate the constitution? An entity the state itself gave birth to, implies the license it gave does not allow the licensee to engage in activity that infringes the rights guaranteed in the Constitution? Should not the state be obligated to revoke the license it issues, when the licensee infringes these privileges guaranteed by constitution to everyone to express themselves if such person is a citizen of the United States of America? I am not implying that anyone violated anything, I am merely raising the question.

    The state, using the power of the constitution, that created the right of a non human organization to exist (certificate of incorporation) should be obligated to revoke the charter (right to do business) of those non human entities it licensees; if such licensee violates, infringes, ignores or otherwise weakens the provisions of the constitution, especially when the provisions violated or the rights infringed are contained in the Bill of Rights (1st -to 10th amendments), because not only are the Bill of Rights part of the constitution, they are conditions precedent to the ratification of the constitution itself Violate those rights should result in dissolution of the constitution. .

    Punishing people<=who express themselves because the expressions offend [for whatever] seem to me, from reading my above citations, to be protected from adverse actions on the part of any government or any of licensee of governments? States should, even must states, revoke the license-to-exist to any and all licensees who infringe the 1st amendment rights of humans who are citizens of the United states of America <= IMO IANAL. . I think even licenced organizations, who object to what a human says, have the right to express themselves in strong opposition to whatever expressions offend them, but does that right extend to denying deny equal access [14th amendment] to participation in forums conducted on the digital platform. (The digital platform is a part of the Internet]. The digital platform is owned by non government entities, because they own the copyright and patents to every device that make the internet into a communications media. But even so these platform owners are subject to the provisions of the constitution because they are licensees of the state.

    Denial of access to forums conducted on digital platforms because of narrative or choice of presentation behavior seems to me to be a direct denial of 1st amendment rights. The digital platform replaces government. Devices can be turned on or off, and authentication can be used to block entry, with on recourse whatsoever. Access denied.. This means even citizen access to government could be denied.

    Non human organizations of people <=are creations of constitutions and laws which laws are made in accordance with the rules, authorities, powers, and constraints within the constitutions. Legislatures pass the laws that give life to non human organizations. So the law that enables the formation and operation of any entity must follow and adequately protect all rights to everyone as provided in the Constitution. Any law that gives licensed-life to any non-human organization imposes obligation on both the issuer of the license and constitutional restraints on the use of the license by the licensee. default remedy revoke the license.

    When state licensed organizations (state charters non-human entities to do business in the state) infringe the constitution, does not the state not have a constitutional obligation to disenfranchise the infringing licensee?

    The bill of rights guarantees 1st amendment protection but when the state is not directly involved with the issues does that exempt the state from protecting the first amendment rights of the individual or organization that has been wronged by 1st amendment rights.

    Are not companies licensed by the State obligated to follow the Constitution? Could that power of the 1s amendment be used by a state to disenfranchise an entity it licensed, if that licenced entity violates the 1st amendment? So who is this issue to be resolved?

    but let's move on to the last part of section one of the 14th amendment, what does equal protection of the laws mean when human rights guaranteed in the constitution are violated?

    Maybe the obligations imposed on those who govern by authority of the constitution can address issues of the type the article addresses.

    I have no idea if the people or organizations in the article above, violated or infringed anything and I am certainly not implying that they did. . I am merely saying the article raises some real questions. Nothing I said is intended to implicate anyone in anything. I had to look up the players in the articles to find out who they were. but it seems to me this issue of the right to deny access needs much more dialog then it is getting. I am not a lawyer.

    The silencing people for expressions made in public is coming into question everywhere.
    the digital platform has made denial of access or elimination from the digital platform easy as pie to those who who are providers and impossible to defend ( there is no due process of law when someone blocks your access, and corporate policy alone is insufficient, when that policy denies constitutional guarantees).

    Your article raises some really important questions.

    Once again IANAL and whatever opinion expressed here is my own. Thanks for the article its implication are staggering.

  4. Check out the Fox News response to the Joe Rogan controversy. Instead of affirming their commitment to free speech, they dredge up past politically incorrect comments and / or actions by Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. Do they not realize this just reinforces the Left’s drive toward the extinction of free speech? It’s just playing the left’s game, as writers like Paul Gottfried have pointed out repeatedly.

    • Replies: @mike99588
    @heymrguda

    Hey, did you just wake up Rip Van Winkle?

    Fox has been known as controlled opposition for years.

    , @InnerCynic
    @heymrguda

    Its good to point out the hypocrisy of those who want to silence "others" simply because they don't align with their particular beliefs. These people are clearly totalitarian lunatics and need to be called out as such. Not that I advocate for silencing them... merely pointing out their lies and hypocrisy.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    , @LetEmEatCake
    @heymrguda

    Fox did that dredging because it was done to Joe Rogan first.

    The JRE needs to call Elon Musk and Peter Thiel and cancel SPOTIFY by starting their OWN platform.

    For the other 2 guys, starting up a new platform would cost the relative equivalence of lunch money, while at the same time be better than JRE heading off to an existing service should he decide that Spotify is no longer worth the bother.

    (My favorite customer dissatisfaction story is the creation of the Lamborghini automobile. We have an arrogant Mr. Ferrari talking down to a young Ferrari owner named Ferrucio Lamborghini to thank for that beautiful car...!)

  5. @ Michelle Malkin:

    are you a bnb host….or do you use bnb when traveling/vacationing?

    (asking for a friend)

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
    @Haxo Angmark

    Bingo.

    As Vox Day does: build your own damn platforms.

    As Vox Day did (re: Patreon): take Californian companies to arbitration.

    As Vox Day teaches: Stop supporting companies that hate you.

    The incessant Conservative whining about nasty people is a sign of weakness.

    Replies: @Matt Lazarus

    , @SaneClownPosse
    @Haxo Angmark

    Read the entire article.

    “As we can see that your Airbnb travels are typically reserved via your husband’s account,”

    , @J West
    @Haxo Angmark

    I doubt this successful woman needs to rent out rooms in her house for some extra dough.

    Further,, if MM ever comes to my city she can stay at my home for free.

  6. Good morning Michelle,
    Censorship wasn’t something I thought would ever come to this semi-free nation. But here it is! This is disgusting and unamerican. I’ve been censored as well. I posted a song from YouTube, I Can’t Take It Anymore, and labeled it, Virginia State Song. Facebook took it down and suspended me for a while. I’ve been suspended several times and fact checked too many times to mention.
    Maybe you should scream rasism, demoncrats do it constantly. Oh, yes, I meant to spell it demon-crats. Can you tell I don’t think very much of them. It’s a shame a dissenting voice is considered racist, homophobic, and many other bs names. They label all of us constitutional conservatives as evil and racist.
    Btw, on a personal note, my daughter inlaw is a filipina born in Virginia and my 2 grandsons are half Filipino. Both have the Filipino nose. Lol 🤣😆🤣 Thank you for everything you do Michelle, you have a wonderful pro American voice. Salamat po!
    George Phillips

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @George Phillips

    I'm also married to a Pinay who appreciates America and liberty more than most Americans, and is more willing to work and fight to get it back too.

    Replies: @anonymous, @RadicalCenter

  7. Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin’s own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    • Troll: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Dumbo
    @Harry Huntington

    But they are not free. They are not free to choose "only whites" or "no Irish". They are not free even to refuse gay marriage cakes. They are only "free" to chose woke rules.

    However, it is true that conservatives are naive. Keep talking about "they are a private business and they have the right to choose" for Fakebook, Gargoyle, etc.

    Until the CIA/Big Tech cartel is dismantled, nothing will happen.

    , @Tono Bungay
    @Harry Huntington

    Harry Huntington makes a valid point: Freedom of association is a right in danger of extinction, and it isn't pleasant to see even someone like Michelle Malkin resorting to the government to force Airbnb to be nice to her. Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, is so dominant that most of us would be hard-pressed to name any competitor to it. If it's not a monopoly, it's very close. I'll be among those cheering if she wins her suit, but still it's disagreeable to use means that seem illegitimate.

    Replies: @sally, @ben stollen

    , @InnerCynic
    @Harry Huntington

    "Hate groups" as defined by whom? Thats the million dollar question. The irony of the SPLC and ADL defining anyone as such is absurd.

    Replies: @Avery

    , @Bernie
    @Harry Huntington

    American Renaissance is not dangerous or a hate group. BLM is both but you would be up in arms if anyone discriminated against a member of this group.

    Conservatives used to argue for freedom of association but with government mandated "civil rights" that ended. The right must use state power like the left does to punish enemies and reward friends.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington, @Sin City Milla

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Harry Huntington

    If you think most people here want to let people who hate and disrespect us, run roughshod over us because they have the imaginary construct known as a "corporation", you need to become more familiar with the commentariat.

    More broadly, tens of millions of people who have considered themselves "conservative" or "libertarian" or even "moderate / apolitical", are realizing that corporations are not our friend any more than the police or the military, perhaps even less.

    To Hell with AirBnB and all such bullies. I have no problem with using the power of the State to fight back. No problem with expropriating the corporations that abuse, insult, overcharge, and control us and manipulate public discourse in a dishonest or intimidating fashion. Prosecute their executives and imprison them.

    Seize the corporation and sell it to actual sane, respectful Americans who agree to provide goods and services without political bullying and discrimination.

    , @RonaldB
    @Harry Huntington

    Actually, it's the libertarian position that customers and businesses should be free to do business with whomever they wish. But, and this is important, it is predicated on the assumption of a small government that doesn't interfere in the conduct of business. I would oppose government regulation to "assure" freedom of political expression.

    Apart from theoretical libertarianism, there is the practical political position that under the Constitution, it was the federal government that was prohibited from interfering with citizen rights. The states had more discretion. This made sense, since if you disagreed with the conduct of government in one state, you could move to another, and all states were guaranteed a republican form of government, so state tyranny was not an option.

    We also have federal (and state) anti-monopoly laws preventing monopolies from acting directly affect the market, or acting in collusion. The cases of Nick Fuentes and others like Laura Witzke simultaneously having their credit cards and bank accounts pulled, not to mention Nick Fuentes being put on a no-fly list, is obvious collusion between companies and between companies and government agencies. So, no. We're not a pure libertarian region, but instead have a very sensible balance-of-power Constitution that unfortunately has been watered-down or downright ignored by ill-considered Constitutional amendments, and politically-motivated Supreme Courts.

    , @Poupon Marx
    @Harry Huntington

    Make that apply to restrarants, private schools, housing, and then I will be interested. In other words, consistency.

    , @LGentil5
    @Harry Huntington

    Arbnb first INCORRECTLY accused Ms. Malkin of associating with a hate group; they called her dangerous and a white supremecist BEFORE they chose to not do business with a customer. I hope she wins a lawsuit that shuts them down forever.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    , @Hibernian
    @Harry Huntington


    ...hate groups...
     
    Begging the question of who gets to decide which groups are hate groups. BTW, for any Michelle Malkin fans who have not encountered Mr. Huntington previously, he showed himself on another Unz thread to be a faculty lounge leftist masquerading as a working class advocate.
  8. To put this into perspective. Plenty of corporations are fine with granting services to violent criminals and pedophiles, but not to non violent people who speak at conferences with less causalities than a Trevor Scott concert.

    This isn’t about safety, it’s about compliance to the unelected bureaucrats who work in Atlanticist think tanks and NGOs. Whenever they fearmonger about “anti-democracy”, they’re always projecting as they resort to restricting the rights of those who disagree with them. Non-NATO countries like Russia and China can see their lies. “Liberal Democracy” is the totalitarian rule of unelected American oligarchs.

    • Replies: @lavoisier
    @JT


    Liberal Democracy” is the totalitarian rule of unelected American oligarchs.
     
    Succinct and very true.
  9. It should be very clear. Do NOT use Airbnb, ever. I never have used them.

    Use VRBO instead. They are much better, offer better places to stay, and do not require you to set up an account. They also have a ratings system. Guests can rate places to stay and owners can rate guests on real merits such as cleanliness, respect for property and the like.

    • Replies: @Charcoal
    @Abelard Lindsey

    Thanks for this info. As with GoFundMe, it’s good to know there are alternatives. I’m sure there aren’t as many rentals (for now) and not as many convienent locations, but it’s a battle. Supporting these businesses will take some effort, but I’m in. I will never use AirBnB again.

    , @Hibernian
    @Abelard Lindsey


    ...and do not require you to set up an account.
     
    This wasn't true when I began using them.

    They have their own deficiencies. Be wary.
  10. obviously you have the wrong opinions, Michelle

  11. The first time I saw Airbnb I tried to figure out how to pronounce it. HA HA. They sure had me going. I foolishly assumed that Airbnb was a WORD. Cedar, whatever that is, probably thinks it’s unbearably cute.

    Please sue these Communist Ass Holes. Suecah.

    Please bad mouth them loudly and at length everywhere you go.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @WorkingClass


    The first time I saw Airbnb I tried to figure out how to pronounce it.
     
    The phrase Bed and Breakfast is much more common in British English, because many people offer overnight accommodation to travelers in their homes. This is often abbreviated at B&B.

    Apparently the company was originally called AirBedandBreakfast.com, the idea being that they started by offering people a cheap overnight stay on an air mattress
    in San Francisco, where accommodations are notoriously expensive.

    Presumably the name was then abbreviated when they went international, so as to make it more pronounceable in different languages.

    In Spanish it is pronounced Eye-ray-bay-ennay-bay. No one seems to have much of a problem with it even though an extra syllable is often introduced to make the Spanish word for air as in Buenos Aires (good airs).

    I have used AirBnB in several countries and have found it invaluable, however I do not support them tracking account holders and removing their accounts based on activities unconnected with their behavior as AirBnB tenants or landlords. Perhaps the next step might be to ban anyone registered to vote as a Republican or a Democrat, or to ban tourists from certain countries. The Air is the limit.

    Replies: @Gaylord of the German Gaylands

  12. Preliminary sifting shows AirBnB HQ’d in San Francisco (there’s your first clue, Sherlock!). They will only take push-back from individuals as confirmation of their “true” religion and reason for being in George Soros’s good graces. Best is long-term development of network of other business relationships. My acupuncturist is a fine example of a follower of the Christ in action in how he humbly but competently conducts himself and his business.

    • Replies: @Francis Miville
    @Meiyuande

    The only Jesus I want to hear about is the radical Muslim one.

  13. LUCKY……now your home won’t serve as party house marred by gunfire as so many in the Hollywood Hills have become.

  14. Preliminary sifting indicates that AirBnB is headquartered in San Francisco (there’s your first clue, Sherlock!). Individual push-back regrettably only serves to confirm in the minds of those like Mrs. Malkin’s interlocutor at AirBnB that they are strong in the “true” religion (and deserve a place in the good graces of George Soros et Cie). Less immediately satisfying perhaps but toward the long-term regeneration of the moral fiber of this country we live in is the patient establishment and growth of networks of daily business connections of decent Americans of whatever color or origin. My acupuncturist is a fine example of such: a quiet, humble follower of the Christ who conducts his worthy practice very competently and conscientiously.

    BTW there are innumerable families combining diverse origins that are by their conservative convictions most unattractive to the currently prevailing far-left cultural ascendancy. Yet through prayerful persistence all will in His time come right!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Meiyuande


    Yet through prayerful persistence all will in His time come right!
     
    Yes, yes, yes! Just like Santa will preside over the marriage of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster.

    Was Jesus a pussy? Did He "pray" the money-lenders out of the Temple?

    Do WE have time to waste?

    What happens if the midterm elections are rigged; or millions of illegals in swing states gain suffrage; or Joe catches a Hail Mary vote?

    Internet comment sections sputter about how "People must be held accountable!" and "Things are unfair!" and "This can't go on!" and “Patriots must stand up!"

    That is, impotent lamentations interspersed with End-Timers ranting about, well, End Times.

    Every now and then, but with irritating regularity, some loon will insert some biblebabble. Mewlings from on high about "His glorious Passion cleansing the porninundated and smiting unbelievers with a righteous Big Mac.” Or warnings that “Woe betide unmel gibsonated sinners, for they will rue the day, grabbing their ankles in eternal hellfire showers while sporting soaps-on-ropes. Amen.”

    To wit: talk-talk-talk while Rome burns.

    Are people watching Canada now because Canucks are sitting on their arses, whining, waiting for Jesus to kick Trudeau's butt? No. They’re focused on truckers, guys who organized and TOOK ACTION!

    Alas, naysayers are out in force now braying: "Don't fight back if attacked.” As if that wimpinated stance didn’t get us where we are today!

    Cucks say, "Don't hit back. That’s what THEY want!"

    So what? Why let the enemy dictate what's allowed in our Culture War?

    Was it wrong for Doolittle to bomb Tokyo in 1942, mere months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor? Should the USA have just prayed, letting the Axis run amok?

    Do bullies stop on their own? EVER?

    What's morale like on teams that never win because they never fight?

    Pacifism only works when…

    (1) the enemy's heart can be moved;

    (2) those who abstain from fighting back COULD kick-arse if they wanted to; and

    (3) the enemy recognizes the reality of (2).

    It's worse than useless to act nobly passive when you can't fight back. It angers/demoralizes your own side while filling the enemy with contempt.

    Gandhi himself was not against violence. He said, "where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence."

    The Mahatma hated fainthearts.

    He’d have welcomed Navy SEALs who chose not to fight back. Because he’d know they COULD. But he’d have hated wimps who pretended their lack of martial skills/spirit made them noble.

    Asked who he wanted in his Satyagraha movement, Gandhi said:

    "Before [a man] can understand nonviolence, he has to be taught to stand his ground...I [will] not let a coward seek shelter behind nonviolence."

    The Mahatma loathed men who acted like mice/manginas:

    "Many have honestly believed that running away from danger every time was a virtue...As a teacher of nonviolence I must, so far as it is possible for me, guard against such an unmanly belief...Though violence is not lawful, when it is offered in self-defense or for the defense of the defenseless, it is an act of bravery far better than cowardly submission."

    Personally, I strongly oppose initiating violence. I also do not endorse taunting opponents so THEY lash out. However, I DO think the Proud Boys are right: one must fight back if attacked. Otherwise antifa and fellow thugs will continue being violent.

    The Left is unlikely to ever agree with the Right. It sees non-violence as the “way” of patsies-cowards-losers. Democrats never tell their supporters to be “nicer."

    Liberals obsess over grandmothers strolling through the Capitol, not Christians murdered on roads at Christmas in Waukesha.

    Again, did Jesus turn His cheek and "look the other way" per moneylenders?

    Does He want His followers to be shitburger-eating simps?

    The Left wants us divided and afraid. We must ignore that “call of the mild” and become united and brave, active and effective.

    Jansix was not an insurrection. The "Summer of Love" riots were.

    Don't let the Left define words.

    And don't let its media lackeys control the Narrative.

    The only things “problematic” about Jansix (aside from Democrats refusing to have enough security on-hand) was Republicans not immediately getting those arrested out of prison pending trial…and not "working media" to explain what had happened.

    Shamefully, Trump took a powder, letting his supporters rot in jail. So-called Conservative "leaders" did bupkis, too. Graham, McConnell, and other RINOs remain tits on bulls, aiding and abetting Pelosians. They are clueless, blind to the Left’s possibly owning the Presidency, House of Representatives, and Senate post-November.

    The Left is fighting nonstop, taking no prisoners, and using all holds...fair or foul.

    The Right is still jaw-jawing, thinking Midterms will miraculously save the day (and the USA).

    It may well be too late by then.
  15. It’s time to end this cartel of Big Tech.

    All these companies – many of which don’t even provide a real service but are really just intermediaries charging a high fee – should not have any role in deciding what people should do or think. It’s extremely annoying how Amazon, AirBNB, Facebook, Google, Uber, etc, all of them, not a single exception, are all “Woke” all the time and are even have the power to ban anyone who isn’t.

    This Big Pharma-Big Tech (or I should say just Bio-Tech, as they are merging) authoritarianism has gone too long, and they are now trying to make it even worse, like a permanent technocracy.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
    @Dumbo

    I call them GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM.
    GlobalHomo = in case you don’t know who they are - 2SLGBTQQIAPWXYZ+ = Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked
    Zio = Zionists - Global Jews aka synagogue of Satan and cause of all global chaos.
    BIGs - Big companies - Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Tesla, GM, Tweeter, FB, Alphabets, etc
    Rx = Big Pharmaceutical entities
    MIC3 = Military, Medical, and Media Industrial Complex
    BLM = Black Lies Matter = A corporate shakedown organization front for career criminals and the usual cast and crew.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Dumbo

    AirBnB and every other anti-white anti-free-speech bully corporation should be expropriated and sold to new owners who promise to respect our rights, dignity, and culture.

    Our survival is more important than an imaginary artificial entity's "right" to punish actual human beings for exercising our rights. If the scum running these corporations wish to have the benefits and protections of the corporate form -- created by the government that serves US -- then they will have to comply with our demands and get out of our personal and political lives.

    AirBnB should be told, either provide the service without this abuse and content-based discrimination, or go out of business or get expropriated.

    My wife just cancelled the THREE WEEKS of AirBnB we had reserved for later this year. Good job, AirBnB.

  16. My Chinese stepson yesterday said he did not know what social credit is and it is anti Chinese propaganda. He then mentioned that in China, if you accumulate an overdue large bank loan, you are barred from booking seats on public transport. He saw nothing odd or oppressive about that. This Chinese Communist system of totalitarian State control in private life has spread to Western countries. Truckers and all other motorised transport will be invading Wellington on February 8 and hopefully bringing down the now hated Cultural Marxist New Zealand Government. They will be starting on February 6, the public holiday anniversary of 1840 when the people of New Zealand were promised by Captain Hobson, “They would be free as British subjects and be able to come and go as they pleased”.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
    @lloyd

    Buy a gun and go shoot someone--you will be out in 10 years --

    , @Johnny Smoggins
    @lloyd

    Godspeed to the truckers of New Zealand. That horse faced cunt has to go.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  17. Don’t use AirBnB–ever. Pass it on.

  18. Given that AirBnB’s business model is largely based on subverting or circumventing a number of business, zoning, and tax laws, you’d think they might think twice before casting stones. AirBnB is a criminal racket organised to defeat the laws of every jurisdiction in which they operate.

    Go get’em, Tiger. This is time for a real grass-roots effort. Don’t just fight the ban … attack them in as many jurisdictions for as many offences as can be surfaced and reported.

    Same goes for other scofflaw criminal rackets like Uber.

  19. Why would Michelle Malkin and her husband deal with one of these trendy internet companies with stupid names like Airbnb anyway? You can bet they are about as woke as you can be being based in San Francisco. Just stay in a motel or hotel rather than someone’s house. They should sue this despicable company for everything they can get.

    • Replies: @Tono Bungay
    @Joe Paluka

    Staying in someone's house can be a pleasant and interesting alternative to being alone in a hotel room. Politics is one thing; service is another. Rather like Amazon and Google.

    Replies: @Joe Paluka

  20. Are you on a no-fly list yet? Do you still have a bank account? Will the grocery store still sell you food or the pharmacie medications? All of this is coming!

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Thanks: HammerJack
    • Replies: @mike99588
    @Diversity Heretic

    I have friends who have been denied medicine [IVM] by the pharmacies in town and their adult kid died.

    We see stories of banks dropping long time substantial customers for politics.

    We see altercations around stores.

    All this is here and now. Wake up.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @gotmituns
    @Diversity Heretic

    The "covid pandemic" is winding down now to be soon followed by "climate change" hysteria. All this brought on by TV/Computer/ IPad brain washing of the majority of people.

  21. California, where Airbnb is based, are subject to the Unruh Civil Rights Act

    I live in that brusque and charmless place, where the police boat chased-down the solitary paddle-boarder as a Covid spreader. In California, your “astute” lawyers are no match for “Cedar,” who has a “team.” This can only cause you further grief. Surrender. Sprinkle your formidable skills elsewhere. And as you surrender, be drunk, always be drunk, on wine, poetry, or virtue.

  22. I hope you will be able to fight this injustice. God Bless you!!

  23. I am an AirBnB host who’s listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.

    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.

    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.

    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account – Choose Manage Listings – A pop-up page will appear – Click on “Get Started”

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
    Get started
    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We’re now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Melissa


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices™ and get back to hosting...
     
    We've always been at war with Eastasia the most sinister of viruses!

    , @CelestiaQuesta
    @Melissa

    Just agree to their policies, but don’t enforce them. It’s pretty much how I dance around laws in general. In C19 case, just do what every despicable politician does by claiming plausible deniability, it works every damn time.
    Or if you have money, sue the bastards to hell, or unite with fellow hosts for a class action.
    Good luck.

    , @InnerCynic
    @Melissa

    Social distance? What an idiotic thing to ask.

    , @possumman
    @Melissa

    Do all airbnb employees have idiotic names? Shazana and Cedar !

    Replies: @the grand wazoo

    , @Harry Flashman
    @Melissa

    Agree to their demands.....and then ignore them. Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke.

  24. Michelle: I’ve followed you & your work for years and LOVE all you stand for. You’re the Eye of The Tiger and a true-blue US patriot. Keep up the good fight!

  25. Seems to me that Air B * B has it in for East Asian origin people, and those in mixed-race marriages.

    Definitely won’t be using their services, and will make sure to let all my friends and relatives know that these people are virulently racist and hateful.

  26. The speech delved into the K-20 metastasis of anti-white curriculum

    The skoolz would suck just as much if they embraced a pro-white curriculum.

    It must be annoying when the guttersnipes bite. Chalk it up to the downside of the free market and move on. It’s not like you won’t even be able to find a cheap motel room. Worst case, buy a used RV.

    I admired the way that Trump blew off all the private firms that tried to hurt him: “When they hit me, they’re the ones who suffer.”

  27. Back in Airbnb’s early days, if you wanted to rent out your residence using their services, you could be refuse service to someone you thought suspicious. Sure enough, discrimination lawsuits soon put a stop to that. There have now been several instances of a certain demographic using an Airbnb rental for wild house parties. Bullets have flown on more than one occasion.

    • Replies: @tomhoser
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    Well, you have to have a wild house party somewhere, might as well be from scumbags like airbnb

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

  28. Why would anyone use AirBnB anyway? Fertile ground for hidden cameras and microphones!

    No different than allowing some unknown 3rd party to deliver your food after they spit in it. Think DoorDash, etc.

    • Thanks: Sarah
    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    @Doppelgänger


    Why would anyone use AirBnB anyway? Fertile ground for hidden cameras and microphones!
     
    I don't use airbnb because of concerns about hygiene, but you raise an excellent point. What's stopping an airbnb host from putting hidden cameras inside the bedrooms or bathrooms? It's their house, they could very easily do it and get away with it.
  29. You’re a grifter Michelle, you’re not White and you’ll never be White.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
    @anonymous

    And you are so obviously envious, and inferior. Back door birth aperture baby. Your only claim to significance.

    Replies: @Joe Paluka

  30. How Stalinist of them.

  31. Sorry to hear this Michelle.

    I guess you’re a Filipina white supreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeemist.

    We live in a clown world.

  32. @Melissa
    I am an AirBnB host who's listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.



    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.


    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account - Choose Manage Listings - A pop-up page will appear - Click on "Get Started"

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
    Get started
    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We're now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @CelestiaQuesta, @InnerCynic, @possumman, @Harry Flashman

    If you’re ready to agree to the practices™ and get back to hosting…

    We’ve always been at war with Eastasia the most sinister of viruses!

  33. Hmmm…if they were *actually* “woke”, they would see things Ms Michelle’s way. The “woke” really “choke,” don’t they, and they will eventually choke on their own glaring bigotry. They are the ones who are extremist about everything, and terribly immature. Everything they disagree with is white damned supremacy. Hmmm…it seems to me that *they’re* awfully supremacist about a few things. Lgbtqxyz, abortion damned “rights”, mask obsession, vax tyranny, name calling, phobe this, phobe that, anti this, anti that, hate this, hate that…God, I can’t stand them! Ms. Malkin, do you know about the case of little eight yr old Fiona Lashells in Florida? A true little girl fighting for what’s right! You should do a report on her, next. Her story so inspired me, they should write her as a little heroine (I mean a female hero, not the drug) I was so glad I came across her story.

  34. Michelle Malkin, you are an OUTSTANDING human being, a true Patriot, and one heck of an intelligent author and journalist. Thank you for EVERYTHING you have done for our country in your lifetime.

    I NOMINATE MICHELLE MALKIN FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM!

    Heading over to donate to your AirBnB cause immediately.

    God Bless you Michelle, you are a Saint, stay strong.

  35. Airbnb was started by a trio of virulently anti-American J3ws.

    Brian Chesky, Nathan Blecharczyk and Joe Gebbia.

    “We’re not here to promote American values.” — Blecharczyk.

    https://www.opindia.com/2020/11/airbnb-defends-sharing-user-data-with-china-after-top-executive-resigns/

    • LOL: Sarah
    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
    @SurfingUSA

    Why is it that only jews think of these new apps? Why is it that only they succeed in making these apps international?
    WHY IS IT THAT THE 3 LETTER AGENCIES OF USA ALWAYS SUPPORT THEM?
    I believe that they too have been captured by the small hats.
    The easiest and most obvious answer is that America has been sold to the jews. And that includes the CIA, the FBI, NSA etc., etc.
    And to all you goyum who don't believe it, prove that it's not so.
    Yeah, get busy.

  36. @Haxo Angmark
    @ Michelle Malkin:

    are you a bnb host....or do you use bnb when traveling/vacationing?

    (asking for a friend)

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @SaneClownPosse, @J West

    Bingo.

    As Vox Day does: build your own damn platforms.

    As Vox Day did (re: Patreon): take Californian companies to arbitration.

    As Vox Day teaches: Stop supporting companies that hate you.

    The incessant Conservative whining about nasty people is a sign of weakness.

    • Replies: @Matt Lazarus
    @Change that Matters

    Supporters of free speech should BDS YouTube, Facebook, Airbnb. Even 3% to 5% drop in viewers at YouTube would be huge blow. Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @DrWatson

  37. I have admired Michelle Malkin for years, and I commend her on her journey searching for the truth. She has evolved from being a cuck-conservative of the Sean Hannity type to someone who is racially aware and supportive of White racial interests.

    Her husband is Jewish. Interestingly, I wonder what she would think of the ‘Jewish Question,’ specifically the kind of information found in Kevin MacDonald’s book, ‘The Culture of Critique’?

    That might be a bridge too far for her, especially since her husband is a member of the ‘Tribe.’ I could be wrong, but I’d suspect that she would stay in the ‘safe’ zone with Jared Taylor and other White racialists who either ignore or downplay the serious threat that Jews pose to Whites in America.

  38. @Abelard Lindsey
    It should be very clear. Do NOT use Airbnb, ever. I never have used them.

    Use VRBO instead. They are much better, offer better places to stay, and do not require you to set up an account. They also have a ratings system. Guests can rate places to stay and owners can rate guests on real merits such as cleanliness, respect for property and the like.

    Replies: @Charcoal, @Hibernian

    Thanks for this info. As with GoFundMe, it’s good to know there are alternatives. I’m sure there aren’t as many rentals (for now) and not as many convienent locations, but it’s a battle. Supporting these businesses will take some effort, but I’m in. I will never use AirBnB again.

    • Thanks: Badger Down
  39. Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification “particularly vile” in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She’s also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.

    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially “businesswoman”. Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to “Fund Poor Michell” in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 – she has already collected over \$15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise \$150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: \$25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Zachary Smith


    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger
     
    This is the only useful sentence in your comments.

    Dayum, what a smoking-hot 51-year old! She looks better now than she did 20 years ago! Asian women age well!
    , @Robert Dolan
    @Zachary Smith

    You're an idiot.

    Michelle has always been an outspoken opponent of open borders....and she was on the conservative A list.

    If it was about money, she could have EASILY cucked and made huge sums of money.....like Hannity.

    Why don't we talk about Pelosi's net worth? Or Maxine Waters?

    , @Bernie
    @Zachary Smith

    Her book "In Defense of Internment" is excellent. Everyone on Unz should read it. As usual, facts about race are not being taught in school.

    , @Johnny Johnny
    @Zachary Smith

    I think I'm pretty much with you on this Zachary. Inquisitive journalists can't be anywhere close to credible if they haven't noticed the 800-lb gorillas in the room. I found this site because of her, when I went to her site which I used to read and she said she moved to unz. So that was a big deal. But to not have figured out yet that 9/11 was not Muslim terrorists hijacking planes, that there is a real "jewish question", the Holohoax is fake (almost entirely), etc., is pure Neocon swamp itself. Has she really never heard of WTC7? But AirBnb, a rental booking company, is a more important hill to die on? Maybe she's getting there slowly. Or maybe she is running a sucker's game. Very similar to Mark Steyn I think. Probably the answer to both is controlled, the leash only goes so far.

    , @Adam Smith
    @Zachary Smith


    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million
     
    Yeah, maybe. But that's just the highest estimate off the internet.
    Many "celebrity net worth" sites list her net worth in the $1-3M zone.

    So yeah, maybe you're right.
    But you likely have no way of knowing this.

    , @Anon
    @Zachary Smith

    Thank you for nailing this Arch neocon Christian Zionist apologist for Jewish power. What is she doing on this site? Maybe t u r's Secret sponsor?

    , @Anonymous
    @Zachary Smith

    Are you saying people who express their concerns and opinions should be denied their civil rights? Was there a judgment by a court that the author couldn't attend the meeting? So how AirBnB could take the role of both the judge and the police? They don't have that privilege as far as I can tell and no one other than a judge has.

    Replies: @Hibernian

  40. I’ve never used Airbnb in any of my travels. Now I’ll make sure I never do so in the future. This applies to all social media and most all payment portals.
    In a sane world these companies would be fined and themselves black listed. Not today, they’ve become ever brazen by overstepping their monopoly power and using it against those they have targeted for simply speaking freely.
    Any sane person supporting these despicable tyrannical thugs should be hung by their toes.

  41. @Melissa
    I am an AirBnB host who's listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.



    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.


    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account - Choose Manage Listings - A pop-up page will appear - Click on "Get Started"

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
    Get started
    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We're now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @CelestiaQuesta, @InnerCynic, @possumman, @Harry Flashman

    Just agree to their policies, but don’t enforce them. It’s pretty much how I dance around laws in general. In C19 case, just do what every despicable politician does by claiming plausible deniability, it works every damn time.
    Or if you have money, sue the bastards to hell, or unite with fellow hosts for a class action.
    Good luck.

  42. Muh free market. Muh lolberturdianism!

    Also, if you use air bnb, you are a cuck who wants to part with your money for sub-optimal benefits.

  43. Another company to now boycott.

    Ms. Malkin has always been one of my favorite Conservative writers, a true voice of Truth and Reason. I wish we saw more of her here.

  44. @Dumbo
    It's time to end this cartel of Big Tech.

    All these companies - many of which don't even provide a real service but are really just intermediaries charging a high fee - should not have any role in deciding what people should do or think. It's extremely annoying how Amazon, AirBNB, Facebook, Google, Uber, etc, all of them, not a single exception, are all "Woke" all the time and are even have the power to ban anyone who isn't.

    This Big Pharma-Big Tech (or I should say just Bio-Tech, as they are merging) authoritarianism has gone too long, and they are now trying to make it even worse, like a permanent technocracy.

    Replies: @CelestiaQuesta, @RadicalCenter

    I call them GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM.
    GlobalHomo = in case you don’t know who they are – 2SLGBTQQIAPWXYZ+ = Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked
    Zio = Zionists – Global Jews aka synagogue of Satan and cause of all global chaos.
    BIGs – Big companies – Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Tesla, GM, Tweeter, FB, Alphabets, etc
    Rx = Big Pharmaceutical entities
    MIC3 = Military, Medical, and Media Industrial Complex
    BLM = Black Lies Matter = A corporate shakedown organization front for career criminals and the usual cast and crew.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @CelestiaQuesta


    Zio = Zionists – Global Jews aka synagogue of Satan and cause of all global chaos.
     
    You mean Mr Malkin? I doubt "Cedar" is Jewish. Perhaps even Lebanese.
  45. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    But they are not free. They are not free to choose “only whites” or “no Irish”. They are not free even to refuse gay marriage cakes. They are only “free” to chose woke rules.

    However, it is true that conservatives are naive. Keep talking about “they are a private business and they have the right to choose” for Fakebook, Gargoyle, etc.

    Until the CIA/Big Tech cartel is dismantled, nothing will happen.

    • Agree: Bernie
  46. @heymrguda
    Check out the Fox News response to the Joe Rogan controversy. Instead of affirming their commitment to free speech, they dredge up past politically incorrect comments and / or actions by Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. Do they not realize this just reinforces the Left’s drive toward the extinction of free speech? It’s just playing the left’s game, as writers like Paul Gottfried have pointed out repeatedly.

    Replies: @mike99588, @InnerCynic, @LetEmEatCake

    Hey, did you just wake up Rip Van Winkle?

    Fox has been known as controlled opposition for years.

    • Agree: W
  47. @Diversity Heretic
    Are you on a no-fly list yet? Do you still have a bank account? Will the grocery store still sell you food or the pharmacie medications? All of this is coming!

    Replies: @mike99588, @gotmituns

    I have friends who have been denied medicine [IVM] by the pharmacies in town and their adult kid died.

    We see stories of banks dropping long time substantial customers for politics.

    We see altercations around stores.

    All this is here and now. Wake up.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @mike99588

    Go to Amazon and order ivermectin

    Ivermax brand First Companion Vet Products Forget what I paid but it was really cheap. Came from a vet supply place in Maryland. Comes in a one dose syringe enough for an up to a 1250 pound horse. I guess a pea size dab once a day would be ok for a human. New box several warnings for horses only.

    I bought ten more boxes afraid TBTB might totally restrict to anyone but live stock farmers.

    Replies: @mike99588

  48. @Meiyuande
    Preliminary sifting shows AirBnB HQ’d in San Francisco (there’s your first clue, Sherlock!). They will only take push-back from individuals as confirmation of their “true” religion and reason for being in George Soros’s good graces. Best is long-term development of network of other business relationships. My acupuncturist is a fine example of a follower of the Christ in action in how he humbly but competently conducts himself and his business.

    Replies: @Francis Miville

    The only Jesus I want to hear about is the radical Muslim one.

  49. @lloyd
    My Chinese stepson yesterday said he did not know what social credit is and it is anti Chinese propaganda. He then mentioned that in China, if you accumulate an overdue large bank loan, you are barred from booking seats on public transport. He saw nothing odd or oppressive about that. This Chinese Communist system of totalitarian State control in private life has spread to Western countries. Truckers and all other motorised transport will be invading Wellington on February 8 and hopefully bringing down the now hated Cultural Marxist New Zealand Government. They will be starting on February 6, the public holiday anniversary of 1840 when the people of New Zealand were promised by Captain Hobson, "They would be free as British subjects and be able to come and go as they pleased".

    Replies: @JR Foley, @Johnny Smoggins

    Buy a gun and go shoot someone–you will be out in 10 years —

  50. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    Harry Huntington makes a valid point: Freedom of association is a right in danger of extinction, and it isn’t pleasant to see even someone like Michelle Malkin resorting to the government to force Airbnb to be nice to her. Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, is so dominant that most of us would be hard-pressed to name any competitor to it. If it’s not a monopoly, it’s very close. I’ll be among those cheering if she wins her suit, but still it’s disagreeable to use means that seem illegitimate.

    • Replies: @sally
    @Tono Bungay

    I wonder what point of law do you think the suit should be based on?

    I don't think Freedom of association is the major issue, the big issue seems to me to be:
    The right of an entity licensed to do business by a government which government itself is subject to the Constitution of the United States vs the obligation of government to revoke (and shut down) licensees whose activities infringe the constitution? The way I understand it, Governments cannot enforce laws or continue licenses or contracts to organizations that result in infringements on the constitutional rights of citizens?

    What governments are confined by the constitution to do and not to do, must follow into the obligations of the licensee. The question here it seems to me is not about law, but about constitutional obligation.

    Everyone's speech is protected under Amendment 1, and the law is obligated to deny benefit of laws that violate 14th amendment equal rights. So does forcing silence deny a constitutional right?
    does the constitution extend to the privately owned digital platform. If not commercial parties have circumvented the constitution. They are no longer part of our constitutional

    Access to a government licensed digital platform provider denied for reasons which are do not accord with the constitution should obligate the government that issued the license to revoke the license. Yank the corporate charter.

    The question this case seems to raise is very broad and may shut down being cut off from or stop blocking or filter people's participation in any social activity conducted on a digital platform?

    How should blocking access to digital platforms be remedied, if access is blocked for reasons which are non compliant with the constitution?


    I don't see that freedom of association is disallowed under the constitution, unless is is discriminatory in way that infringes the constitution. But holding corporations licensed by government to conform their actions, policies and activities to fall within constitutional bounds is a big item.. IMO, IANAL.

    , @ben stollen
    @Tono Bungay

    Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, < No,it's NOT important and you are a buffoon.

  51. @Joe Paluka
    Why would Michelle Malkin and her husband deal with one of these trendy internet companies with stupid names like Airbnb anyway? You can bet they are about as woke as you can be being based in San Francisco. Just stay in a motel or hotel rather than someone's house. They should sue this despicable company for everything they can get.

    Replies: @Tono Bungay

    Staying in someone’s house can be a pleasant and interesting alternative to being alone in a hotel room. Politics is one thing; service is another. Rather like Amazon and Google.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
    @Tono Bungay

    I never liked staying in people's houses as in BNB's. I like the anonymity of a hotel. Then again, that's just me.

  52. @Dallas Rockford
    I am guessing more than half of Air Bnb customers do not agree with woke politics, or refusing service due to differing opinions.

    I will never use them again and will spread the word that they do not want the money of conservatives. Every conservative should do the same. This is outrageous.

    Michele - thank you for your continued courage. It's only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    Replies: @DrWatson, @lavoisier, @Reality Reporter, @Gary Lynch

    I won’t ever use them either! I hope it will lash back at them and many people will boycott them.

    There are plenty of alternatives to (((airbnb))): https://www.findingtheuniverse.com/alternatives-to-airbnb/

    BTW, Michelle spells her name like this.

  53. @heymrguda
    Check out the Fox News response to the Joe Rogan controversy. Instead of affirming their commitment to free speech, they dredge up past politically incorrect comments and / or actions by Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. Do they not realize this just reinforces the Left’s drive toward the extinction of free speech? It’s just playing the left’s game, as writers like Paul Gottfried have pointed out repeatedly.

    Replies: @mike99588, @InnerCynic, @LetEmEatCake

    Its good to point out the hypocrisy of those who want to silence “others” simply because they don’t align with their particular beliefs. These people are clearly totalitarian lunatics and need to be called out as such. Not that I advocate for silencing them… merely pointing out their lies and hypocrisy.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @InnerCynic

    It’s not enough to “point out” their bullying. They need to be driven out of business by any lawful means necessary. That includes changing the law to expropriate corporations like this and sell them to actual sane Americans who can respect other Americans’ rights and dignity.

  54. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    “Hate groups” as defined by whom? Thats the million dollar question. The irony of the SPLC and ADL defining anyone as such is absurd.

    • Replies: @Avery
    @InnerCynic

    {The irony of the SPLC and ADL defining anyone as such is absurd.}

    Right.

    Racists, Bigots, Fascists et.al*. defining who is or isn't.
    And they have the unlimited power and resources of the Feds (FBI) fully backing these anti-American Fascists.

    [ADL changes definition of racism] (Feb 3, 2022)
    https://www.rt.com/news/548257-adl-racism-definition-switch-whoopi/

    [The definition of racism has been rewritten for a second time by advocacy group the Anti-Defamation League after actress Whoopi Goldberg claimed the Holocaust was not about race.
    The organization had initially changed its definition of racism in 2020 following months of Black Lives Matter demonstrations, quietly redefining the term in what appeared to be a response to the movement to mean “the marginalization and/or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges white people.”
    That was a far cry from the ADL’s original definition, which defined racism as “the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another” or that “a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics.”
    The new ‘interim’ definition that appeared on Wednesday, however, was more closely aligned with the original description. The ADL website now explains that racism occurs “when individuals or institutions show more favorable evaluation or treatment of an individual or group based on race or ethnicity.”]


    So a private organizations has somehow gotten to a position where they decide who in America is a s0-called "Racist". And the Federal Government has their back.

    God help us.

    ___________________________
    I mean the ADL, SPLC, and their ilk.

  55. @Melissa
    I am an AirBnB host who's listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.



    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.


    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account - Choose Manage Listings - A pop-up page will appear - Click on "Get Started"

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
    Get started
    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We're now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @CelestiaQuesta, @InnerCynic, @possumman, @Harry Flashman

    Social distance? What an idiotic thing to ask.

  56. I can’t help agreeing that the AirBNB ban is a sign of American decline but, in practice, need it cause more than mild inconvenience to Michelle Malkin? If she executes a contract of sale of her leasable property that would transfer ownership and the purchaser, let’s say a company controlled by MM, could use AirBNB’s services even though AirBNB would perhaps be alert to the possible ow er of the address. If desired the contract of sale could, in due course, be rescinded, so avoiding the costs of an actual consummated sale.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Wizard of Oz

    Why go through contortions to keep giving profit to this bullying corporation? Never deal with them again.

    Here are phone numbers for people who may wish to politely express their dissatisfaction to Air BnB:

    https://airbnbase.com/airbnb-phone-number/

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  57. It’s really creepy how these American companies think they get to play moral police. They need to get regulated to hell.

  58. @Change that Matters
    @Haxo Angmark

    Bingo.

    As Vox Day does: build your own damn platforms.

    As Vox Day did (re: Patreon): take Californian companies to arbitration.

    As Vox Day teaches: Stop supporting companies that hate you.

    The incessant Conservative whining about nasty people is a sign of weakness.

    Replies: @Matt Lazarus

    Supporters of free speech should BDS YouTube, Facebook, Airbnb. Even 3% to 5% drop in viewers at YouTube would be huge blow. Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Matt Lazarus

    You seem to believe in an ancient leftist axiom that corporations only care about money.

    These people control the banks, media, government, and every corporation. Why would they care about your money? The comments here are Fox News tier.

    Boycotts and ballots will never solve our problems.

    Replies: @DrWatson

    , @DrWatson
    @Matt Lazarus


    Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.
     
    Absolutely! Yesterday Facebook share prices dropped 25% in about an hour when it came to light that the number of active users dropped for the 1st time in the history of the company.

    I can cite my example to illustrate the behavior of Fb: yesterday I got an email from Fb (to an email address I rarely use) urging me to log in to my account. I never established a profile using that email but tried to log in just out of curiosity. It sent a code to my email address, which I typed in. But this was not enough! It asked me to provide further identification such as filming myself from different angles.

    They are out of their f*cking minds! What are they, the global police? No wonder people are less enthusiastic about Fb (or maybe they go to TikTok now).

    Replies: @Alden

  59. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger

    This is the only useful sentence in your comments.

    Dayum, what a smoking-hot 51-year old! She looks better now than she did 20 years ago! Asian women age well!

  60. @Diversity Heretic
    Are you on a no-fly list yet? Do you still have a bank account? Will the grocery store still sell you food or the pharmacie medications? All of this is coming!

    Replies: @mike99588, @gotmituns

    The “covid pandemic” is winding down now to be soon followed by “climate change” hysteria. All this brought on by TV/Computer/ IPad brain washing of the majority of people.

  61. @Dallas Rockford
    I am guessing more than half of Air Bnb customers do not agree with woke politics, or refusing service due to differing opinions.

    I will never use them again and will spread the word that they do not want the money of conservatives. Every conservative should do the same. This is outrageous.

    Michele - thank you for your continued courage. It's only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    Replies: @DrWatson, @lavoisier, @Reality Reporter, @Gary Lynch

    Michele – thank you for your continued courage. It’s only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    One can only hope. Meanwhile, help fund her legal efforts to shame the Bolsheviks and their despicable totalitarian actions!

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  62. “Cedar” from AirBnB is most likely a cross dressing faggot …

  63. @JT
    To put this into perspective. Plenty of corporations are fine with granting services to violent criminals and pedophiles, but not to non violent people who speak at conferences with less causalities than a Trevor Scott concert.

    This isn't about safety, it's about compliance to the unelected bureaucrats who work in Atlanticist think tanks and NGOs. Whenever they fearmonger about "anti-democracy", they're always projecting as they resort to restricting the rights of those who disagree with them. Non-NATO countries like Russia and China can see their lies. "Liberal Democracy" is the totalitarian rule of unelected American oligarchs.

    Replies: @lavoisier

    Liberal Democracy” is the totalitarian rule of unelected American oligarchs.

    Succinct and very true.

  64. Why did she speak at AmRen? Because Taylor always ignores the Vipers who run things, including AirBNB, and her husband is one of (((them)))??

  65. I saw Mrs. Malkin’s article on VDare first (where you all might one to read Eugene Gant’s article on the hard-left, anti-American, more-and-more Indian-dominated, Big-“TECH” industry – “The Indian CEO Virus”—Is It Good For The Historic American Nation?).

    This article is not only blood-pressure-raising, but it’s another great example of the TECH Totalitarianism (VDare term) that shows us we are currently living in a world that would have been far-off dystopian Science Fiction even 25 years ago. I appreciate all the great comments. I’d like to write something more substantial – coming on the Peak Stupidity blog soon too – but I’d have to calm down first.

    A little humor is always in order, so I present a clip from a time when even NYC Jewish lefties made fun of Communists. Who knew that 30 years later, the Commies would have taken most of the Institutions in America already?

    Like Elaine Benice and her Commie boyfriend Ned Isakov, Michelle, you name names!

    (Sorry about the closed-captioning.)

  66. Yall deplorable yts have always fetishized the slant female so I’m not surprised to see this post.

  67. @Anon
    Michelle Malkin is a Joan of Arc figure in our times. She is heroic.


    https://catholiccitizens.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Joan-of-Arc.jpg
    Courage! Ne reculez pas!
     

    Replies: @Nat X, @MrE3001, @JimDandy, @J1234

    Jeanne d’Arc wasn’t a slant sir.

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
    @Nat X

    Dat's raycist!

  68. I’ve never understood the appeal of staying in a stranger’s house, or having strangers stay in my home, and never will.

    How cheap do you have to be to want to sleep in a stranger’s bed, rather than staying at a hotel, because it will save you \$15?

  69. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    You’re an idiot.

    Michelle has always been an outspoken opponent of open borders….and she was on the conservative A list.

    If it was about money, she could have EASILY cucked and made huge sums of money…..like Hannity.

    Why don’t we talk about Pelosi’s net worth? Or Maxine Waters?

    • Agree: Bernie, Achmed E. Newman
  70. @plum
    AirBnB NEVER will have my business again.

    Replies: @sally

    Is there not some rule of law that can be used to protect the 1st amendment rights of individuals and their organizations from punishment fro what they say? Is banning access an infringement of constitutional
    rights and privileges. Can a state license entities who offer services to the public or who are big enough to be public by size definitions.. use their license to infringe the constitution of the Untied States of America. That is can the licensee do what the state cannot.

    The power to create non human entities[corporations, partnerships, and the like) comes from the constitution.

    Amendment 1 in part says

    “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech, .. or the right of the people to peaceably to
    assemble. .. ” <=but when they grant a charter to do business to an organization that does when
    the state itself cannot do.

    Amendment 14 in Section 1 says

    "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of
    the United States and of the State wherein they reside.

    No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the
    Untied States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty[I ask, is denial of access a restraint
    on liberty], or property (I ask, is one's good name property, it certainly has value),

    without due process of law;

    nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. "

    but does not a state do just that, when if fails to revoke the privilege of a non human entity [a licensee of the state] that engages in activities that infringe, deny, abridge, ignore, or violate the constitution? An entity the state itself gave birth to, implies the license it gave does not allow the licensee to engage in activity that infringes the rights guaranteed in the Constitution? Should not the state be obligated to revoke the license it issues, when the licensee infringes these privileges guaranteed by constitution to everyone to express themselves if such person is a citizen of the United States of America? I am not implying that anyone violated anything, I am merely raising the question.

    The state, using the power of the constitution, that created the right of a non human organization to exist (certificate of incorporation) should be obligated to revoke the charter (right to do business) of those non human entities it licensees; if such licensee violates, infringes, ignores or otherwise weakens the provisions of the constitution, especially when the provisions violated or the rights infringed are contained in the Bill of Rights (1st -to 10th amendments), because not only are the Bill of Rights part of the constitution, they are conditions precedent to the ratification of the constitution itself Violate those rights should result in dissolution of the constitution. .

    Punishing people<=who express themselves because the expressions offend [for whatever] seem to me, from reading my above citations, to be protected from adverse actions on the part of any government or any of licensee of governments? States should, even must states, revoke the license-to-exist to any and all licensees who infringe the 1st amendment rights of humans who are citizens of the United states of America <= IMO IANAL. . I think even licenced organizations, who object to what a human says, have the right to express themselves in strong opposition to whatever expressions offend them, but does that right extend to denying deny equal access [14th amendment] to participation in forums conducted on the digital platform. (The digital platform is a part of the Internet]. The digital platform is owned by non government entities, because they own the copyright and patents to every device that make the internet into a communications media. But even so these platform owners are subject to the provisions of the constitution because they are licensees of the state.

    Denial of access to forums conducted on digital platforms because of narrative or choice of presentation behavior seems to me to be a direct denial of 1st amendment rights. The digital platform replaces government. Devices can be turned on or off, and authentication can be used to block entry, with on recourse whatsoever. Access denied.. This means even citizen access to government could be denied.

    Non human organizations of people <=are creations of constitutions and laws which laws are made in accordance with the rules, authorities, powers, and constraints within the constitutions. Legislatures pass the laws that give life to non human organizations. So the law that enables the formation and operation of any entity must follow and adequately protect all rights to everyone as provided in the Constitution. Any law that gives licensed-life to any non-human organization imposes obligation on both the issuer of the license and constitutional restraints on the use of the license by the licensee. default remedy revoke the license.

    When state licensed organizations (state charters non-human entities to do business in the state) infringe the constitution, does not the state not have a constitutional obligation to disenfranchise the infringing licensee?

    The bill of rights guarantees 1st amendment protection but when the state is not directly involved with the issues does that exempt the state from protecting the first amendment rights of the individual or organization that has been wronged by 1st amendment rights.

    Are not companies licensed by the State obligated to follow the Constitution? Could that power of the 1s amendment be used by a state to disenfranchise an entity it licensed, if that licenced entity violates the 1st amendment? So who is this issue to be resolved?

    but let's move on to the last part of section one of the 14th amendment, what does equal protection of the laws mean when human rights guaranteed in the constitution are violated?

    Maybe the obligations imposed on those who govern by authority of the constitution can address issues of the type the article addresses.

    I have no idea if the people or organizations in the article above, violated or infringed anything and I am certainly not implying that they did. . I am merely saying the article raises some real questions. Nothing I said is intended to implicate anyone in anything. I had to look up the players in the articles to find out who they were. but it seems to me this issue of the right to deny access needs much more dialog then it is getting. I am not a lawyer.

    The silencing people for expressions made in public is coming into question everywhere.
    the digital platform has made denial of access or elimination from the digital platform easy as pie to those who who are providers and impossible to defend ( there is no due process of law when someone blocks your access, and corporate policy alone is insufficient, when that policy denies constitutional guarantees).

    Your article raises some really important questions.

    Once again IANAL and whatever opinion expressed here is my own. Thanks for the article its implication are staggering.

  71. @lloyd
    My Chinese stepson yesterday said he did not know what social credit is and it is anti Chinese propaganda. He then mentioned that in China, if you accumulate an overdue large bank loan, you are barred from booking seats on public transport. He saw nothing odd or oppressive about that. This Chinese Communist system of totalitarian State control in private life has spread to Western countries. Truckers and all other motorised transport will be invading Wellington on February 8 and hopefully bringing down the now hated Cultural Marxist New Zealand Government. They will be starting on February 6, the public holiday anniversary of 1840 when the people of New Zealand were promised by Captain Hobson, "They would be free as British subjects and be able to come and go as they pleased".

    Replies: @JR Foley, @Johnny Smoggins

    Godspeed to the truckers of New Zealand. That horse faced cunt has to go.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Johnny Smoggins

    That Jacinda Ardern is a real piece of work, Johnny, in the worst sense of the term. Well before her stupidity with the Flu Manchu, Peak Stupidity discussed Ardern's sympathizing with imported Moslems over her own people in "Affirmative Action for the marble-supply-challenged". She's simply a nut, who should be giving speeches attired in a straight jacket, if at all.

    Replies: @the grand wazoo

  72. @Doppelgänger
    Why would anyone use AirBnB anyway? Fertile ground for hidden cameras and microphones!

    No different than allowing some unknown 3rd party to deliver your food after they spit in it. Think DoorDash, etc.

    Replies: @Johnny Smoggins

    Why would anyone use AirBnB anyway? Fertile ground for hidden cameras and microphones!

    I don’t use airbnb because of concerns about hygiene, but you raise an excellent point. What’s stopping an airbnb host from putting hidden cameras inside the bedrooms or bathrooms? It’s their house, they could very easily do it and get away with it.

    • Thanks: Sarah
  73. Too bad Michelle hasn’t been the target of all this anti-Asian hate, she needs a good smack down of reality versus her own self-loathing….

    • Troll: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Bernie
    @Real American

    Since all of the anti-Asian hate comes from blacks she is right to associate with American Renaissance. It is one of the few publications to speak the truth about race and racism.

  74. My relatives hosted George Washington when he led at Trenton. I think you should start staying at the houses of patriots. It will be a more edifying experience. You can stay at my house for free anytime!
    And just remember- not every “American” supported the Revolution- far, far from it! But they had truth and the Light on their side, as do we!

  75. Love seeing all these people whine about the First Amendment and Cancel culture….Meanwhile, conservatives across the country are perpetrating Cancel culture out in the open and you all could care less….Book Bannings, Book Burnings, telling educators and schools they can ONLY teach that which does not offend them! That’s how Fascism took hold in 1930’s Germany….

    As for the First Amendment, that applies to the Government’s function in society. Apparently you all forget this is a free market Capitalist society. Business and their choices come first. It’s how Conservatives, the National Chamber of Commerce and the GOP made it easy and profitable for U.S. corporations to take away American jobs under the banner of “free markets” and created the new world power that is China. Trillions of U.S. “Free market capitalism” investment in China that turned the country into the power it is today….Good job dumb asses.

  76. @Dumbo
    It's time to end this cartel of Big Tech.

    All these companies - many of which don't even provide a real service but are really just intermediaries charging a high fee - should not have any role in deciding what people should do or think. It's extremely annoying how Amazon, AirBNB, Facebook, Google, Uber, etc, all of them, not a single exception, are all "Woke" all the time and are even have the power to ban anyone who isn't.

    This Big Pharma-Big Tech (or I should say just Bio-Tech, as they are merging) authoritarianism has gone too long, and they are now trying to make it even worse, like a permanent technocracy.

    Replies: @CelestiaQuesta, @RadicalCenter

    AirBnB and every other anti-white anti-free-speech bully corporation should be expropriated and sold to new owners who promise to respect our rights, dignity, and culture.

    Our survival is more important than an imaginary artificial entity’s “right” to punish actual human beings for exercising our rights. If the scum running these corporations wish to have the benefits and protections of the corporate form — created by the government that serves US — then they will have to comply with our demands and get out of our personal and political lives.

    AirBnB should be told, either provide the service without this abuse and content-based discrimination, or go out of business or get expropriated.

    My wife just cancelled the THREE WEEKS of AirBnB we had reserved for later this year. Good job, AirBnB.

  77. I can’t even begin to address the absurdity of the accusation that Michelle is “in it for the money.”

    As if advocating for white people is lucrative!

    Advocating for white people is a ticket to the poor house in Jew run America….and everybody KNOWS it…..and Michelle surely knows it but chooses to speak the truth anyway.

  78. Watch how mainstream conservatives now shun this brave woman for cavorting with the evil white advocates who refuse to accept the lie that blacks and whites are just alike.

  79. Ms. Michelle Malkin must know that Airbnb’s exclusionary, ‘community standards’ are actionable. The cruel, merciless, corporations, in acting out as ‘Woke’ partisans, as parallel or quasi government administration ‘under the color of law or right’, who heap abuse and repression on Americans must be broadcast and made punishable with the revocation of their corporate charters and privileges, the confiscation of their property and profits.

  80. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    American Renaissance is not dangerous or a hate group. BLM is both but you would be up in arms if anyone discriminated against a member of this group.

    Conservatives used to argue for freedom of association but with government mandated “civil rights” that ended. The right must use state power like the left does to punish enemies and reward friends.

    • Replies: @Harry Huntington
    @Bernie

    One stumbles on little chestnuts in the oddest places. Critical legal studies writer, Pierre Schlag, observed in his writings that legal solutions do not solve problems, but they reify the law. Your comment proves critical legal studies correct. Because the left uses legal solutions you are claiming so should the right. Schlag's point would be none of that solvess anything but both moves reify the law.

    In the longer view, time and again we see CLS and CRT proven by conservative and libertarian commentators.

    , @Sin City Milla
    @Bernie

    Exactly.

  81. @Real American
    Too bad Michelle hasn't been the target of all this anti-Asian hate, she needs a good smack down of reality versus her own self-loathing....

    Replies: @Bernie

    Since all of the anti-Asian hate comes from blacks she is right to associate with American Renaissance. It is one of the few publications to speak the truth about race and racism.

  82. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    Her book “In Defense of Internment” is excellent. Everyone on Unz should read it. As usual, facts about race are not being taught in school.

  83. It’s LGBT, mostly the T. They’re leading the whole war against normal people. They’re attacking Americans, and will wage wars against countries that don’t give them special status.

  84. @George Phillips
    Good morning Michelle,
    Censorship wasn't something I thought would ever come to this semi-free nation. But here it is! This is disgusting and unamerican. I've been censored as well. I posted a song from YouTube, I Can't Take It Anymore, and labeled it, Virginia State Song. Facebook took it down and suspended me for a while. I've been suspended several times and fact checked too many times to mention.
    Maybe you should scream rasism, demoncrats do it constantly. Oh, yes, I meant to spell it demon-crats. Can you tell I don't think very much of them. It's a shame a dissenting voice is considered racist, homophobic, and many other bs names. They label all of us constitutional conservatives as evil and racist.
    Btw, on a personal note, my daughter inlaw is a filipina born in Virginia and my 2 grandsons are half Filipino. Both have the Filipino nose. Lol 🤣😆🤣 Thank you for everything you do Michelle, you have a wonderful pro American voice. Salamat po!
    George Phillips

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    I’m also married to a Pinay who appreciates America and liberty more than most Americans, and is more willing to work and fight to get it back too.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @RadicalCenter

    The phrase... more loyal than the king... comes to mind. Lol!

    Coming from a shithole, surely she appreciates being in a more advanced nation, even if it is an amoral godless cesspool, quite similar to the cesspool she left behind. She can't imagine returning back. Perhaps she feels by subtly grovelling to your baser supremacist instincts, she can assure herself a lengthy stay. She better grind away tirelessly though... you are a promiscuous whitevil lowlife, yeah?

    Ultimately, it is a coping mechanism to hide her own inferiority complexes.

    Send her my regards.

    , @RadicalCenter
    @RadicalCenter

    Now Corvinus knows more about my wife than i do. Love it.

  85. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    If you think most people here want to let people who hate and disrespect us, run roughshod over us because they have the imaginary construct known as a “corporation”, you need to become more familiar with the commentariat.

    More broadly, tens of millions of people who have considered themselves “conservative” or “libertarian” or even “moderate / apolitical”, are realizing that corporations are not our friend any more than the police or the military, perhaps even less.

    To Hell with AirBnB and all such bullies. I have no problem with using the power of the State to fight back. No problem with expropriating the corporations that abuse, insult, overcharge, and control us and manipulate public discourse in a dishonest or intimidating fashion. Prosecute their executives and imprison them.

    Seize the corporation and sell it to actual sane, respectful Americans who agree to provide goods and services without political bullying and discrimination.

    • Thanks: TheMoon
  86. @Hapalong Cassidy
    Back in Airbnb’s early days, if you wanted to rent out your residence using their services, you could be refuse service to someone you thought suspicious. Sure enough, discrimination lawsuits soon put a stop to that. There have now been several instances of a certain demographic using an Airbnb rental for wild house parties. Bullets have flown on more than one occasion.

    Replies: @tomhoser

    Well, you have to have a wild house party somewhere, might as well be from scumbags like airbnb

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @tomhoser

    You’d pay for it, and you’d be harming and inconveniencing innocent property owners.

    Just don’t use air bnb.

    Yesterday we cancelled several weeks of air bnb reservations, closed our account, told them why, and donated to malkin’s legal fund to sue the company. Join us.

  87. @Johnny Smoggins
    @lloyd

    Godspeed to the truckers of New Zealand. That horse faced cunt has to go.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    That Jacinda Ardern is a real piece of work, Johnny, in the worst sense of the term. Well before her stupidity with the Flu Manchu, Peak Stupidity discussed Ardern’s sympathizing with imported Moslems over her own people in “Affirmative Action for the marble-supply-challenged”. She’s simply a nut, who should be giving speeches attired in a straight jacket, if at all.

    • Replies: @the grand wazoo
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Jacinda may well be a man. Plenty of pictures to look at, and form an opinion.

  88. Anon[148] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It’s evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden ‘cleaning’ fees added on.
    I’ve never used it and never plan to.

    • Agree: Sarah
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Anon

    Well, many people here aren't "conservatives" in the corporation-worshipping big-business-asskissing sense that you apparently mean.

    Whatever the label, free market or whatever, we do not consent to being walked on by people who run and hide behind corporations. They are artificial constructs, not human beings, and they have neither personhood nor inviolable "rights."

    I'd gladly expropriate these corporations, then sell them to normal sane Americans who can provide goods and services without punishing us for the "wrong" views. Executives can spend some years in prison.

    Try again.

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Anon


    It’s my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It’s evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden ‘cleaning’ fees added on.
    I’ve never used it and never plan to.
     
    It varies a great deal from country to country.

    I have used several AirBnB's in Ecuador and have never been dissatisfied,. One place I stayed for several months. The original price was $35 per night, but I negotiated it down to $350 per month and stayed several months. That price included wi fi, large super clean swimming pool, and room service for sheet and towels and cleaning 2x per week.

    Often landlords will offer extra services like picking you up from the bus station.

    I have also had wonderful deals in other countries.

    I once had a wonderful spacious modern two bedroom two bathroom apartment with balcony right on the beach in the Dominican Republic for just $35 per night for 4 people. Also had a lovely 3-bedroom cottage within walking distance of the Bronte Parsonage in Yorkshire, England.

    Many AirBnBs also have additional services that many hotels don't have, for example your own washing machine and dryer at no extra cost.

    Of course you do have to carefully read the fine print when booking, and it is possible that exorbitant cleaning fees are sometimes added to the rate for your stay, but these are not hidden. I suspect this is one way in which the landlords avoid paying commissions to AirBnB.

    However all these fees are disclosed up front, so you can see your true average daily rate before you pay anything. Hotels in the US will often advertise a certain daily rate, but not include taxes that you must pay, so same kind of deal.

    Although, for obvious reasons, AirBnB does not like you to do this, it is quite easy to negotiate better cash deals with landlords by going off-app, especially if you have stayed at a place before and you know the owners and they know you.

    And yes, you can rent out your spare bedroom to make some extra cash, although in general you will need to offer an ensuite bathroom, wifi and cooking facilities at the very least.

    Obviously if you are offering very low end accommodations, you will attract very low end customers who may be more problematical.

    But no, AirBnB should not bar renters based on political beliefs. This is just depriving renters of potential income, and is highly unethical. But that is the US for you. People tend to go overboard.
    , @RadicalCenter
    @Anon

    Never had a secret cleaning fee on air bnb. Just a clearly stated service fee, cleaning fee and occasionally a utility usage surcharge. All stated up front.

    If you don’t want to rent from a corporation, don’t rent from listings where the owner is listed as a corporation.

  89. That is crazy….

    • Replies: @Emslander
    @Walter B.


    That is crazy….
     
    Yes, and it's economic suicide. These little girly man employees of tech businesses have everybody by the short hairs. The management is usually unconscious on some kind of new drug, so they are vulnerable to employee blackmail. Any non-tech education the little idiots received were regurgitations of the Left's obsession with perversion and Bolshevism, so they don't know how to judge any opinion. Customers are the befuddled manipulables that keep the scam going until they realize that they are the business and rebel.

    Customers will one day rebel. The service isn't really that unique. It's been the thing to do for a few years, but others will show up to take their place, legally more viable and more consumer friendly.
  90. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    I think I’m pretty much with you on this Zachary. Inquisitive journalists can’t be anywhere close to credible if they haven’t noticed the 800-lb gorillas in the room. I found this site because of her, when I went to her site which I used to read and she said she moved to unz. So that was a big deal. But to not have figured out yet that 9/11 was not Muslim terrorists hijacking planes, that there is a real “jewish question”, the Holohoax is fake (almost entirely), etc., is pure Neocon swamp itself. Has she really never heard of WTC7? But AirBnb, a rental booking company, is a more important hill to die on? Maybe she’s getting there slowly. Or maybe she is running a sucker’s game. Very similar to Mark Steyn I think. Probably the answer to both is controlled, the leash only goes so far.

  91. Michelle,

    I have followed your columns for the past three or four years and continue to be amazed at your courage and your energy to stand tall and firm for right and the staunch resistance to might.

    We have lived in times when conservative voices have asked us to remember why we are free and how lives lived with godly principles are our connection with our freedom.

    Those voices were in a majority, heard and respected.

    We now live in times when conservative voices are ignored, stifled, and punished.

    Our voices are beginning to be in the minority, now needing to be strong and true.

    Let freedom ring, Michelle.

  92. @Anon
    It's my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It's evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden 'cleaning' fees added on.
    I've never used it and never plan to.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Jonathan Mason, @RadicalCenter

    Well, many people here aren’t “conservatives” in the corporation-worshipping big-business-asskissing sense that you apparently mean.

    Whatever the label, free market or whatever, we do not consent to being walked on by people who run and hide behind corporations. They are artificial constructs, not human beings, and they have neither personhood nor inviolable “rights.”

    I’d gladly expropriate these corporations, then sell them to normal sane Americans who can provide goods and services without punishing us for the “wrong” views. Executives can spend some years in prison.

    Try again.

  93. @Melissa
    I am an AirBnB host who's listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.



    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.


    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account - Choose Manage Listings - A pop-up page will appear - Click on "Get Started"

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
    Get started
    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We're now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @CelestiaQuesta, @InnerCynic, @possumman, @Harry Flashman

    Do all airbnb employees have idiotic names? Shazana and Cedar !

    • Replies: @the grand wazoo
    @possumman

    Yes, akin to strippers: Ebony, Star, Sugar. Same type of personality.

  94. This is the rich white woman who comes from a very privileged background who is the top political commissar at airbnb.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/juniper-downs-5245879

    Thats quiet a political insider resume. I’d guess she is on a \$500K min package and is one of those very unpleasant pinched faced women you see around the Marina, Pacific Heights or Telegraph Hill.

    Thats exactly what the enemy of freedom and free speech looks like.

    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will. Just a very sophisticated investment ponzi scheme. Like all dot coms.

    • LOL: Sarah
    • Replies: @eah
    @tfourier


    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will.
     
    People (many people, actually) said the same thing about AMZN; it took years for AMZN to post a full year profit after going public.

    I don't follow the markets much now (they're artificially juiced), so I don't know if AirBnB is profitable or not, or if e.g. their revenue is growing -- but I am familiar with their business model, and I see local restrictions as perhaps (depends on their revenue mix) the greatest threat to them in the future, at least in urban areas, especially cities popular with tourists (there are many).

    Consider: You live in a building with, say, a dozen flats -- there is some turnover, but you get to know and recognize all of your neighbors; you feel secure -- then you notice new faces in the building; you see them in the common areas (halls) -- this increases: there are strangers in the building all the time, to the point you no longer feel secure; it's like the general public now has access to the building -- there is more noise at all hours, etc etc.

    This is happening in cities all over the world due to short-term AirBnB rentals, and people are pushing back against it -- here is a German news story:

    Gerichtsurteil: „Kurzzeit-Vermietung ist Zweckentfremdung“

    Generally, after many complaints Berlin passed a law saying such short term rentals are a misuse (Zweckentfremdung) of an apartment (Wohnung).

    Berlin went to court against AirBnB to force them to cooperate in enforcement:

    Berlin zwingt Airbnb zur Kooperation

    I will not be surprised if more cities do the same.

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @Commentator Mike

  95. You are an asian far right extremist peddling white nationalism, even though, should your “movement” of white nationalism take hold, you’d not be welcome at all by said movement.

    Think about it, idiot.

    • Replies: @HT
    @LandOfTheFree

    Wrong. White nationalism means the country and culture is dominated by whites and white Western civilization much as it used to be. Michelle would be warmly welcomed as a civilized person who wants to live in a country like that.

    , @MrE3001
    @LandOfTheFree

    The only nations people want to go to are White nations run by Right Wing Extremists. Think about it, idiot.

    , @anon
    @LandOfTheFree

    Her husband is Jewish.

    Think about it, idiot.

  96. @WorkingClass
    The first time I saw Airbnb I tried to figure out how to pronounce it. HA HA. They sure had me going. I foolishly assumed that Airbnb was a WORD. Cedar, whatever that is, probably thinks it's unbearably cute.

    Please sue these Communist Ass Holes. Suecah.

    Please bad mouth them loudly and at length everywhere you go.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    The first time I saw Airbnb I tried to figure out how to pronounce it.

    The phrase Bed and Breakfast is much more common in British English, because many people offer overnight accommodation to travelers in their homes. This is often abbreviated at B&B.

    Apparently the company was originally called AirBedandBreakfast.com, the idea being that they started by offering people a cheap overnight stay on an air mattress
    in San Francisco, where accommodations are notoriously expensive.

    Presumably the name was then abbreviated when they went international, so as to make it more pronounceable in different languages.

    In Spanish it is pronounced Eye-ray-bay-ennay-bay. No one seems to have much of a problem with it even though an extra syllable is often introduced to make the Spanish word for air as in Buenos Aires (good airs).

    I have used AirBnB in several countries and have found it invaluable, however I do not support them tracking account holders and removing their accounts based on activities unconnected with their behavior as AirBnB tenants or landlords. Perhaps the next step might be to ban anyone registered to vote as a Republican or a Democrat, or to ban tourists from certain countries. The Air is the limit.

    • Replies: @Gaylord of the German Gaylands
    @Jonathan Mason

    "Bnb" always made me think of "Beelzebub, prince of the air..."

  97. @CelestiaQuesta
    @Dumbo

    I call them GlobalHomoZioBIGsRxMIC3BLM.
    GlobalHomo = in case you don’t know who they are - 2SLGBTQQIAPWXYZ+ = Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Beastiality, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual people, and Pedophiles. + added to cover the overlooked
    Zio = Zionists - Global Jews aka synagogue of Satan and cause of all global chaos.
    BIGs - Big companies - Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Tesla, GM, Tweeter, FB, Alphabets, etc
    Rx = Big Pharmaceutical entities
    MIC3 = Military, Medical, and Media Industrial Complex
    BLM = Black Lies Matter = A corporate shakedown organization front for career criminals and the usual cast and crew.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Zio = Zionists – Global Jews aka synagogue of Satan and cause of all global chaos.

    You mean Mr Malkin? I doubt “Cedar” is Jewish. Perhaps even Lebanese.

  98. @Anon
    It's my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It's evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden 'cleaning' fees added on.
    I've never used it and never plan to.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Jonathan Mason, @RadicalCenter

    It’s my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It’s evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden ‘cleaning’ fees added on.
    I’ve never used it and never plan to.

    It varies a great deal from country to country.

    I have used several AirBnB’s in Ecuador and have never been dissatisfied,. One place I stayed for several months. The original price was \$35 per night, but I negotiated it down to \$350 per month and stayed several months. That price included wi fi, large super clean swimming pool, and room service for sheet and towels and cleaning 2x per week.

    Often landlords will offer extra services like picking you up from the bus station.

    I have also had wonderful deals in other countries.

    I once had a wonderful spacious modern two bedroom two bathroom apartment with balcony right on the beach in the Dominican Republic for just \$35 per night for 4 people. Also had a lovely 3-bedroom cottage within walking distance of the Bronte Parsonage in Yorkshire, England.

    Many AirBnBs also have additional services that many hotels don’t have, for example your own washing machine and dryer at no extra cost.

    Of course you do have to carefully read the fine print when booking, and it is possible that exorbitant cleaning fees are sometimes added to the rate for your stay, but these are not hidden. I suspect this is one way in which the landlords avoid paying commissions to AirBnB.

    However all these fees are disclosed up front, so you can see your true average daily rate before you pay anything. Hotels in the US will often advertise a certain daily rate, but not include taxes that you must pay, so same kind of deal.

    Although, for obvious reasons, AirBnB does not like you to do this, it is quite easy to negotiate better cash deals with landlords by going off-app, especially if you have stayed at a place before and you know the owners and they know you.

    And yes, you can rent out your spare bedroom to make some extra cash, although in general you will need to offer an ensuite bathroom, wifi and cooking facilities at the very least.

    Obviously if you are offering very low end accommodations, you will attract very low end customers who may be more problematical.

    But no, AirBnB should not bar renters based on political beliefs. This is just depriving renters of potential income, and is highly unethical. But that is the US for you. People tend to go overboard.

  99. that is deemed a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League

    So they associate with a group run by rapists?

    (BTW, autocorrupt just changed that to “racists”. That fits, too.)

  100. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    Net Worth in 2022: \$25 Million

    Yeah, maybe. But that’s just the highest estimate off the internet.
    Many “celebrity net worth” sites list her net worth in the \$1-3M zone.

    So yeah, maybe you’re right.
    But you likely have no way of knowing this.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  101. Michelle, I can only say that if you are reading this, I have always been impressed by the detailed and accurate research you have obviously done on every article you have written. I appreciate it. You have been ditched because these people can’t stand the truth, plain and simple. Thank you for your work.

  102. I must be a poor excuse for a Nazi because in all my years as a “bigoted, intolerant fascist” it has never once occurred to me to silence, censor my opponents.

    • Thanks: Hibernian
  103. @LandOfTheFree
    You are an asian far right extremist peddling white nationalism, even though, should your "movement" of white nationalism take hold, you'd not be welcome at all by said movement.

    Think about it, idiot.

    Replies: @HT, @MrE3001, @anon

    Wrong. White nationalism means the country and culture is dominated by whites and white Western civilization much as it used to be. Michelle would be warmly welcomed as a civilized person who wants to live in a country like that.

  104. I de-activated my Airbnb account today after just using it last week. Click your picture, click account, then deactivate is at the bottom of the page.

    I told them that the reason for my deactivation was their active cancellation of political “opponents,” Michelle Malkin being the prime example.

    Vote with your feet!

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
  105. I’ll bet AirBnB has no problem doing business in israel or china. Just a hunch.

  106. @Bernie
    @Harry Huntington

    American Renaissance is not dangerous or a hate group. BLM is both but you would be up in arms if anyone discriminated against a member of this group.

    Conservatives used to argue for freedom of association but with government mandated "civil rights" that ended. The right must use state power like the left does to punish enemies and reward friends.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington, @Sin City Milla

    One stumbles on little chestnuts in the oddest places. Critical legal studies writer, Pierre Schlag, observed in his writings that legal solutions do not solve problems, but they reify the law. Your comment proves critical legal studies correct. Because the left uses legal solutions you are claiming so should the right. Schlag’s point would be none of that solvess anything but both moves reify the law.

    In the longer view, time and again we see CLS and CRT proven by conservative and libertarian commentators.

  107. Left Airbnb a couple years ago myself after seeing their warmongering Russophobic hate campaign and attempts to cover up the blatant criminality and influence peddling of the Biden family in Ukraine. Haters gonna hate, but not on my dime if I can help it.

    Wishing Michelle good luck in her lawsuit for the principle of it, but from a housing, city planning and economic perspective the Airbnb model is destructive, short-sighted, and corrosive to cities and neighborhoods. Housing should be affordable for working people, not hyper-commoditized for tourists, absentee owners/investors and slumlords.

    • Disagree: RadicalCenter
  108. @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    Thank you for nailing this Arch neocon Christian Zionist apologist for Jewish power. What is she doing on this site? Maybe t u r’s Secret sponsor?

  109. Anon[317] • Disclaimer says:

    You’re the one wh0 used to salute when you were on tv pushing for war with Muslims. That simplistic totalizing good vs evil star- wars scenario gave meaning to your life, now you’re a real Merikan, we can go genocide those Semitic Muslims of the Middle East. How did that turn our Michelle? Lots of Merikans missing arms and legs, drug addled addicted, ptsd’d suicidal [ they’re suicidal because they feel duped their genocidal war mongering fantasy pushed by the likes of you never materialized, those Muslims are still there, a billion of ’em! And if you lay a hand on one here, walking the streets in full Muslim garb, you’ll be hit with a hate crime. lol] How does that militaristic salute work now against your fellow Merkans who are now the enemy! lol[ pass the popcorn]

    • Thanks: Trinity
  110. Who benefits?
    Blacks? Why certainly they have. Blacks have been given everything and earned little.

    Other nonwhites? Not as much as Blacks, but how many Asians which includes East Indians along with Orientals, have came to America and been given all sorts of freebies that poor or working class Whites don’t receive.

    How many churches only practice philanthropy for non whites who live thousands of miles away.

    Truth be told the gullible Black man did get passed over until.he became eligible to vote. Non Black and non white foreigners were nailing down freebies long before the Black race. Everyone in this nation has received a free handout except poor or working class Whites. Don’t worry though, an obese, Orange Man, will take care of the people who keep this nation going after he asks his Jewish son in law if it is okay.

    So back to the original question? Who benefits by stirring up all this anti White hatred and chaos? Hmm.

  111. @Anon
    Michelle Malkin is a Joan of Arc figure in our times. She is heroic.


    https://catholiccitizens.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Joan-of-Arc.jpg
    Courage! Ne reculez pas!
     

    Replies: @Nat X, @MrE3001, @JimDandy, @J1234

    Lol. Yeah, another tranny.

  112. @LandOfTheFree
    You are an asian far right extremist peddling white nationalism, even though, should your "movement" of white nationalism take hold, you'd not be welcome at all by said movement.

    Think about it, idiot.

    Replies: @HT, @MrE3001, @anon

    The only nations people want to go to are White nations run by Right Wing Extremists. Think about it, idiot.

  113. @Matt Lazarus
    @Change that Matters

    Supporters of free speech should BDS YouTube, Facebook, Airbnb. Even 3% to 5% drop in viewers at YouTube would be huge blow. Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @DrWatson

    You seem to believe in an ancient leftist axiom that corporations only care about money.

    These people control the banks, media, government, and every corporation. Why would they care about your money? The comments here are Fox News tier.

    Boycotts and ballots will never solve our problems.

    • Agree: Jimmy le Blanc
    • Replies: @DrWatson
    @AndrewR

    Of course they care about (your, mine, everybody's) money. Just look at the names...

    Boycott is the first step in the right direction.

  114. As Mike Adams suggests, the woke corporations now banning peaceful free thinkers opens up opportunities for not so woke entrepeneurs. Create your own version of airbnb. Call it freeair bnb. I’m sure there’s a market for companies that stayout of politics. As it is the list of corporations I refuse to trade with is growing daily. Examples: Apple, Hershy, Carhart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Coke and Pepsi, and quites a few more. An app should be created to identify corporate policies. Scan the bar code and ‘bam’, buy or no buy. Just today i talked my brother out of buying an I phone. It’s slim pickings to choose an alternate, but they’re out there.

  115. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    Actually, it’s the libertarian position that customers and businesses should be free to do business with whomever they wish. But, and this is important, it is predicated on the assumption of a small government that doesn’t interfere in the conduct of business. I would oppose government regulation to “assure” freedom of political expression.

    Apart from theoretical libertarianism, there is the practical political position that under the Constitution, it was the federal government that was prohibited from interfering with citizen rights. The states had more discretion. This made sense, since if you disagreed with the conduct of government in one state, you could move to another, and all states were guaranteed a republican form of government, so state tyranny was not an option.

    We also have federal (and state) anti-monopoly laws preventing monopolies from acting directly affect the market, or acting in collusion. The cases of Nick Fuentes and others like Laura Witzke simultaneously having their credit cards and bank accounts pulled, not to mention Nick Fuentes being put on a no-fly list, is obvious collusion between companies and between companies and government agencies. So, no. We’re not a pure libertarian region, but instead have a very sensible balance-of-power Constitution that unfortunately has been watered-down or downright ignored by ill-considered Constitutional amendments, and politically-motivated Supreme Courts.

  116. @possumman
    @Melissa

    Do all airbnb employees have idiotic names? Shazana and Cedar !

    Replies: @the grand wazoo

    Yes, akin to strippers: Ebony, Star, Sugar. Same type of personality.

  117. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Johnny Smoggins

    That Jacinda Ardern is a real piece of work, Johnny, in the worst sense of the term. Well before her stupidity with the Flu Manchu, Peak Stupidity discussed Ardern's sympathizing with imported Moslems over her own people in "Affirmative Action for the marble-supply-challenged". She's simply a nut, who should be giving speeches attired in a straight jacket, if at all.

    Replies: @the grand wazoo

    Jacinda may well be a man. Plenty of pictures to look at, and form an opinion.

  118. @Tono Bungay
    @Harry Huntington

    Harry Huntington makes a valid point: Freedom of association is a right in danger of extinction, and it isn't pleasant to see even someone like Michelle Malkin resorting to the government to force Airbnb to be nice to her. Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, is so dominant that most of us would be hard-pressed to name any competitor to it. If it's not a monopoly, it's very close. I'll be among those cheering if she wins her suit, but still it's disagreeable to use means that seem illegitimate.

    Replies: @sally, @ben stollen

    I wonder what point of law do you think the suit should be based on?

    I don’t think Freedom of association is the major issue, the big issue seems to me to be:
    The right of an entity licensed to do business by a government which government itself is subject to the Constitution of the United States vs the obligation of government to revoke (and shut down) licensees whose activities infringe the constitution? The way I understand it, Governments cannot enforce laws or continue licenses or contracts to organizations that result in infringements on the constitutional rights of citizens?

    What governments are confined by the constitution to do and not to do, must follow into the obligations of the licensee. The question here it seems to me is not about law, but about constitutional obligation.

    Everyone’s speech is protected under Amendment 1, and the law is obligated to deny benefit of laws that violate 14th amendment equal rights. So does forcing silence deny a constitutional right?
    does the constitution extend to the privately owned digital platform. If not commercial parties have circumvented the constitution. They are no longer part of our constitutional

    Access to a government licensed digital platform provider denied for reasons which are do not accord with the constitution should obligate the government that issued the license to revoke the license. Yank the corporate charter.

    The question this case seems to raise is very broad and may shut down being cut off from or stop blocking or filter people’s participation in any social activity conducted on a digital platform?

    How should blocking access to digital platforms be remedied, if access is blocked for reasons which are non compliant with the constitution?

    I don’t see that freedom of association is disallowed under the constitution, unless is is discriminatory in way that infringes the constitution. But holding corporations licensed by government to conform their actions, policies and activities to fall within constitutional bounds is a big item.. IMO, IANAL.

  119. @LandOfTheFree
    You are an asian far right extremist peddling white nationalism, even though, should your "movement" of white nationalism take hold, you'd not be welcome at all by said movement.

    Think about it, idiot.

    Replies: @HT, @MrE3001, @anon

    Her husband is Jewish.

    Think about it, idiot.

    • LOL: Trinity
  120. @anonymous
    You're a grifter Michelle, you're not White and you'll never be White.

    Replies: @Poupon Marx

    And you are so obviously envious, and inferior. Back door birth aperture baby. Your only claim to significance.

    • Replies: @Joe Paluka
    @Poupon Marx

    There is an old joke about that's how lawyers are conceived.

    Replies: @Poupon Marx

  121. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    Make that apply to restrarants, private schools, housing, and then I will be interested. In other words, consistency.

  122. @Walter B.
    That is crazy....

    Replies: @Emslander

    That is crazy….

    Yes, and it’s economic suicide. These little girly man employees of tech businesses have everybody by the short hairs. The management is usually unconscious on some kind of new drug, so they are vulnerable to employee blackmail. Any non-tech education the little idiots received were regurgitations of the Left’s obsession with perversion and Bolshevism, so they don’t know how to judge any opinion. Customers are the befuddled manipulables that keep the scam going until they realize that they are the business and rebel.

    Customers will one day rebel. The service isn’t really that unique. It’s been the thing to do for a few years, but others will show up to take their place, legally more viable and more consumer friendly.

  123. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    Arbnb first INCORRECTLY accused Ms. Malkin of associating with a hate group; they called her dangerous and a white supremecist BEFORE they chose to not do business with a customer. I hope she wins a lawsuit that shuts them down forever.

    • Replies: @Harry Huntington
    @LGentil5

    But she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB's statement is factually correct. Anyone who contends American Renaissance is not a hate group is a mendacious liar or willfully ignorant. I presume you are neither and that upon more careful reading and reflection will see the obvious error in your comment.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @AndrewR, @bike-anarkist

  124. @tfourier
    This is the rich white woman who comes from a very privileged background who is the top political commissar at airbnb.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/juniper-downs-5245879

    Thats quiet a political insider resume. I'd guess she is on a $500K min package and is one of those very unpleasant pinched faced women you see around the Marina, Pacific Heights or Telegraph Hill.

    Thats exactly what the enemy of freedom and free speech looks like.

    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will. Just a very sophisticated investment ponzi scheme. Like all dot coms.

    Replies: @eah

    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will.

    People (many people, actually) said the same thing about AMZN; it took years for AMZN to post a full year profit after going public.

    I don’t follow the markets much now (they’re artificially juiced), so I don’t know if AirBnB is profitable or not, or if e.g. their revenue is growing — but I am familiar with their business model, and I see local restrictions as perhaps (depends on their revenue mix) the greatest threat to them in the future, at least in urban areas, especially cities popular with tourists (there are many).

    Consider: You live in a building with, say, a dozen flats — there is some turnover, but you get to know and recognize all of your neighbors; you feel secure — then you notice new faces in the building; you see them in the common areas (halls) — this increases: there are strangers in the building all the time, to the point you no longer feel secure; it’s like the general public now has access to the building — there is more noise at all hours, etc etc.

    This is happening in cities all over the world due to short-term AirBnB rentals, and people are pushing back against it — here is a German news story:

    Gerichtsurteil: „Kurzzeit-Vermietung ist Zweckentfremdung“

    Generally, after many complaints Berlin passed a law saying such short term rentals are a misuse (Zweckentfremdung) of an apartment (Wohnung).

    Berlin went to court against AirBnB to force them to cooperate in enforcement:

    Berlin zwingt Airbnb zur Kooperation

    I will not be surprised if more cities do the same.

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
    @eah

    No surprise. There's no Google street view in Germany either.

    Replies: @eah

    , @Commentator Mike
    @eah

    Airbnb is illegal in Thailand.

  125. @Haxo Angmark
    @ Michelle Malkin:

    are you a bnb host....or do you use bnb when traveling/vacationing?

    (asking for a friend)

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @SaneClownPosse, @J West

    Read the entire article.

    “As we can see that your Airbnb travels are typically reserved via your husband’s account,”

  126. @Nat X
    @Anon

    Jeanne d'Arc wasn't a slant sir.

    Replies: @SaneClownPosse

    Dat’s raycist!

  127. @InnerCynic
    @Harry Huntington

    "Hate groups" as defined by whom? Thats the million dollar question. The irony of the SPLC and ADL defining anyone as such is absurd.

    Replies: @Avery

    {The irony of the SPLC and ADL defining anyone as such is absurd.}

    Right.

    Racists, Bigots, Fascists et.al*. defining who is or isn’t.
    And they have the unlimited power and resources of the Feds (FBI) fully backing these anti-American Fascists.

    [ADL changes definition of racism] (Feb 3, 2022)
    https://www.rt.com/news/548257-adl-racism-definition-switch-whoopi/

    [The definition of racism has been rewritten for a second time by advocacy group the Anti-Defamation League after actress Whoopi Goldberg claimed the Holocaust was not about race.
    The organization had initially changed its definition of racism in 2020 following months of Black Lives Matter demonstrations, quietly redefining the term in what appeared to be a response to the movement to mean “the marginalization and/or oppression of people of color based on a socially constructed racial hierarchy that privileges white people.”
    That was a far cry from the ADL’s original definition, which defined racism as “the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another” or that “a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics.”
    The new ‘interim’ definition that appeared on Wednesday, however, was more closely aligned with the original description. The ADL website now explains that racism occurs “when individuals or institutions show more favorable evaluation or treatment of an individual or group based on race or ethnicity.”]

    So a private organizations has somehow gotten to a position where they decide who in America is a s0-called “Racist”. And the Federal Government has their back.

    God help us.

    ___________________________
    I mean the ADL, SPLC, and their ilk.

  128. @LGentil5
    @Harry Huntington

    Arbnb first INCORRECTLY accused Ms. Malkin of associating with a hate group; they called her dangerous and a white supremecist BEFORE they chose to not do business with a customer. I hope she wins a lawsuit that shuts them down forever.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    But she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB’s statement is factually correct. Anyone who contends American Renaissance is not a hate group is a mendacious liar or willfully ignorant. I presume you are neither and that upon more careful reading and reflection will see the obvious error in your comment.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Harry Huntington

    Harry....You are a dumbass.

    Go away.

    , @AndrewR
    @Harry Huntington

    Please kys troll

    , @bike-anarkist
    @Harry Huntington

    Hey Fuckface: it is YOU that contends that Amren is a hate group, via $PLC, or whatever. $PLC does NOT have any government mandated initiatives for outing people they don't like. They "advise" the govmnt. Besides, freedom of expression is NOT a financial transaction.

    "...she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB’s statement is factually correct."

    You know, I hope that the Canadian Govmnt gets branded as a hate group, with Babycakes the ring leader for retribution. Then, all the business that they do with AirBnE will be cancelled.

  129. Well mild mannered David Duke must be Satan himself for having the audacity to advocate for the civil rights of Whites.

    How about “the scripted” punishment of Whoopi Goldberg. Rotflmmfwao. How stupid do have to be to not figure this game out.

  130. @AndrewR
    @Matt Lazarus

    You seem to believe in an ancient leftist axiom that corporations only care about money.

    These people control the banks, media, government, and every corporation. Why would they care about your money? The comments here are Fox News tier.

    Boycotts and ballots will never solve our problems.

    Replies: @DrWatson

    Of course they care about (your, mine, everybody’s) money. Just look at the names…

    Boycott is the first step in the right direction.

    • Agree: acementhead
  131. @Jonathan Mason
    @WorkingClass


    The first time I saw Airbnb I tried to figure out how to pronounce it.
     
    The phrase Bed and Breakfast is much more common in British English, because many people offer overnight accommodation to travelers in their homes. This is often abbreviated at B&B.

    Apparently the company was originally called AirBedandBreakfast.com, the idea being that they started by offering people a cheap overnight stay on an air mattress
    in San Francisco, where accommodations are notoriously expensive.

    Presumably the name was then abbreviated when they went international, so as to make it more pronounceable in different languages.

    In Spanish it is pronounced Eye-ray-bay-ennay-bay. No one seems to have much of a problem with it even though an extra syllable is often introduced to make the Spanish word for air as in Buenos Aires (good airs).

    I have used AirBnB in several countries and have found it invaluable, however I do not support them tracking account holders and removing their accounts based on activities unconnected with their behavior as AirBnB tenants or landlords. Perhaps the next step might be to ban anyone registered to vote as a Republican or a Democrat, or to ban tourists from certain countries. The Air is the limit.

    Replies: @Gaylord of the German Gaylands

    “Bnb” always made me think of “Beelzebub, prince of the air…”

  132. Good grief.

    On the left, there are absolute psychos.

    But the so-called “right-wing” is riddled with hucksters, grifters and con-artists like Michelle Malkin. She should be cleaning motel rooms. “Buy my book!” “Listen to my podcast!” The lemmings give up their increasingly worthless hard-earned dollars to be lectured by money-grubbers.

    As for Airbnb, I thought it was a scam from the very beginning. Then the horror stories about faggots assaulting men, hidden cameras, rapes, thefts, party-houses, and all manner of anti-social behavior began to emerge.

    The same goes for ridesharing services. An absolute joke. Now, when I need one, I can’t find a fucking taxi cab with a vetted driver. It was bad enough the taxi service was taken over by smelly Middle-Easterners, now I’m expected to be driven around by a wider subset of losers.

    I’m just waiting for the collapse.

  133. @Matt Lazarus
    @Change that Matters

    Supporters of free speech should BDS YouTube, Facebook, Airbnb. Even 3% to 5% drop in viewers at YouTube would be huge blow. Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @DrWatson

    Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.

    Absolutely! Yesterday Facebook share prices dropped 25% in about an hour when it came to light that the number of active users dropped for the 1st time in the history of the company.

    I can cite my example to illustrate the behavior of Fb: yesterday I got an email from Fb (to an email address I rarely use) urging me to log in to my account. I never established a profile using that email but tried to log in just out of curiosity. It sent a code to my email address, which I typed in. But this was not enough! It asked me to provide further identification such as filming myself from different angles.

    They are out of their f*cking minds! What are they, the global police? No wonder people are less enthusiastic about Fb (or maybe they go to TikTok now).

    • Replies: @Alden
    @DrWatson

    8 grandchildren all teens they and their friends don’t even have Facebook.

  134. @Tono Bungay
    @Joe Paluka

    Staying in someone's house can be a pleasant and interesting alternative to being alone in a hotel room. Politics is one thing; service is another. Rather like Amazon and Google.

    Replies: @Joe Paluka

    I never liked staying in people’s houses as in BNB’s. I like the anonymity of a hotel. Then again, that’s just me.

  135. I wish someone with money and balls would create a version of airbnb for Whites, only. This unicorn could also create a ridesharing service which proclaims “White drivers for White passengers!”

    Both would make an absolute mint, if they survived the legal challenges.

  136. We need to use the term ‘verita-‘ to explain our position.

    They say we are ANTI-semitic, but we don’t oppose Jewish Power just because we want to pick a fight with Jews. Indeed, why would we when displeasing Jews is the worst possible career choice?

    No, we oppose Jewish Power because it’s corrupt. So, it’s not like we set out to be ANTI-semitic but we end up opposing Jewish Power because of what it does.

    So, it’s really about VERITA-semitism. ‘Verita’ meaning truth in Latin. It’s the FACTS about Jewish Power that rub us the wrong way. We are being critical of Jewish Power based on facts and truth.
    We need Verita-Semitism because Jews are the ruling power in the US, the lone superpower. Power must be countered, esp when corrupt and abusive. No power remains sound without criticism because power attracts the (1) megalomaniacal and egotistical (2) corrupt and opportunistic and (3) craven & toadish. Sure, some idealistic types try to gain power but they lose out as ‘beautiful losers’ because principles usually lose out to princelings.
    So, the power must be named and blamed.

    According to Jewish Power, any criticism of Jewish Power, no matter how factually or truthfully grounded, amounts to ‘antisemitism’. No, it’s Verita-Semitism.

    Same with blacks. We need Verita-Blackism. Our belief about blacks must be based on veritable facts, not magic negro faith. Most likely, the main cause of George Floyd’s death was Fentanyl and other drugs. Besides, it was blue cities that hired cops to be tougher on Negro crime. And yet, the very get-tough-on-crime blue officials blamed it all on Chauvin while they shed crocodile tears about Floyd to be used against Trump.

    Also, ‘homophobia’ doesn’t exist. We are homo-verita, meaning we speak the facts about homosexuality, i.e. it’s ewwwww as it’s about bungdonging fecal penetration. Now, my view on homos is classically liberal. I believe in tolerance and letting homos doing their thing, but let’s not celebrate it next to godliness. I mean what the hell is wrong with our civilization that celebrates sodomy for a whole month and has every institution flying the bung-dong ‘rainbow’ flag? But we can make sense out of this only via Verita-Semitism. Jews rule, and they pushed this vile idolatry of homos and now even of trannies.

    • Thanks: Alden
  137. “I am going to continue murdering people. This is consistent with my history of murdering people.

    Best regards,

    Cedar”

  138. @Harry Huntington
    @LGentil5

    But she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB's statement is factually correct. Anyone who contends American Renaissance is not a hate group is a mendacious liar or willfully ignorant. I presume you are neither and that upon more careful reading and reflection will see the obvious error in your comment.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @AndrewR, @bike-anarkist

    Harry….You are a dumbass.

    Go away.

  139. Maybe this can get Michelle a guest spot on Tucker. It is 90 % scripted, people.

    At this point and time a 2 year old can figure this out.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Trinity

    Michelle used to be a frequent guest on Fox and other conservative outlets before they put her on the bad list.

    Her criticism of open borders was one thing....but siding with white people makes her a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    Like I said before, with her looks and talent she could have been the lead on Fox if she had been willing to cuck.

    Replies: @Trinity, @Poupon Marx

  140. Horrible horrible I bet AJC ADL SPLC pressured Airbnb to ban Malkin and husband.

  141. @DrWatson
    @Matt Lazarus


    Maybe FB already feeling some blowback.
     
    Absolutely! Yesterday Facebook share prices dropped 25% in about an hour when it came to light that the number of active users dropped for the 1st time in the history of the company.

    I can cite my example to illustrate the behavior of Fb: yesterday I got an email from Fb (to an email address I rarely use) urging me to log in to my account. I never established a profile using that email but tried to log in just out of curiosity. It sent a code to my email address, which I typed in. But this was not enough! It asked me to provide further identification such as filming myself from different angles.

    They are out of their f*cking minds! What are they, the global police? No wonder people are less enthusiastic about Fb (or maybe they go to TikTok now).

    Replies: @Alden

    8 grandchildren all teens they and their friends don’t even have Facebook.

  142. @Dallas Rockford
    I am guessing more than half of Air Bnb customers do not agree with woke politics, or refusing service due to differing opinions.

    I will never use them again and will spread the word that they do not want the money of conservatives. Every conservative should do the same. This is outrageous.

    Michele - thank you for your continued courage. It's only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    Replies: @DrWatson, @lavoisier, @Reality Reporter, @Gary Lynch

    Asian women are the biggest allies of the white man, so much so that the left hates their existence as they give white men an alternative to white women. I wonder if their hapa children will be as rightwing as the mullatto children white women are being breed are leftwing.

    It’s a battle between white man and black man. White man goes Asian, black man gets liberal white women. Personally I think white women are more beautiful but they want BBC because of the media so they’re not an option anymore.

    Either way the white man will have to deal with the millions of higher IQ mullatos currently being breed, will the Hapas being breed be able to compete against the mullatos or will they be bullied, cucked and forced to either go gay or searching through the third world for a while wife like their white dad by the black man?

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Reality Reporter

    You have a vivid imagination.

    The numbers for asian women/white man couples is low.

    The numbers for negro male/white women are even lower.

    Despite the relentless jewish propaganda, the races pretty much stick to their own kind.

    Some of the nastiest anti-whites are asian woman.....and they vote 80% left.

    Black men don't get "liberal" white women....black men get fatties with tats.

    For some reason the half breeds are always the WORST anti-whites.....just stupidly vicious like Obama.

    The Jmedia would have us THINK that buckwheats are getting all of the white snatch.....but in reality it's not happening.

    I agree that white women are a big problem due to jewish brainwashing....and this is one reason for our low birth rates.

    Replies: @Reality Reporter, @Tony

  143. @Trinity
    Maybe this can get Michelle a guest spot on Tucker. It is 90 % scripted, people.

    At this point and time a 2 year old can figure this out.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    Michelle used to be a frequent guest on Fox and other conservative outlets before they put her on the bad list.

    Her criticism of open borders was one thing….but siding with white people makes her a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    Like I said before, with her looks and talent she could have been the lead on Fox if she had been willing to cuck.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Trinity
    @Robert Dolan

    Anyone who doesn't address the 800lb gorilla in the room is not completely legit.

    , @Poupon Marx
    @Robert Dolan

    You nailed it. She subbed for that poltroon, Bill O'Reilly one episode. She was so strongly and forcefully right side and militant that they banned her from ever coming on again. She is a firebrand!! What a package!

    Go to JewYouTube and in Search type: Michell Malkin Fox News. Look at the titles!! This woman has a will of iron-no tungsten-and a first rate intellect. 99 pounds of ferocity; no prisoners.

  144. @Robert Dolan
    @Trinity

    Michelle used to be a frequent guest on Fox and other conservative outlets before they put her on the bad list.

    Her criticism of open borders was one thing....but siding with white people makes her a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    Like I said before, with her looks and talent she could have been the lead on Fox if she had been willing to cuck.

    Replies: @Trinity, @Poupon Marx

    Anyone who doesn’t address the 800lb gorilla in the room is not completely legit.

  145. @Bernie
    @Harry Huntington

    American Renaissance is not dangerous or a hate group. BLM is both but you would be up in arms if anyone discriminated against a member of this group.

    Conservatives used to argue for freedom of association but with government mandated "civil rights" that ended. The right must use state power like the left does to punish enemies and reward friends.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington, @Sin City Milla

    Exactly.

  146. @eah
    @tfourier


    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will.
     
    People (many people, actually) said the same thing about AMZN; it took years for AMZN to post a full year profit after going public.

    I don't follow the markets much now (they're artificially juiced), so I don't know if AirBnB is profitable or not, or if e.g. their revenue is growing -- but I am familiar with their business model, and I see local restrictions as perhaps (depends on their revenue mix) the greatest threat to them in the future, at least in urban areas, especially cities popular with tourists (there are many).

    Consider: You live in a building with, say, a dozen flats -- there is some turnover, but you get to know and recognize all of your neighbors; you feel secure -- then you notice new faces in the building; you see them in the common areas (halls) -- this increases: there are strangers in the building all the time, to the point you no longer feel secure; it's like the general public now has access to the building -- there is more noise at all hours, etc etc.

    This is happening in cities all over the world due to short-term AirBnB rentals, and people are pushing back against it -- here is a German news story:

    Gerichtsurteil: „Kurzzeit-Vermietung ist Zweckentfremdung“

    Generally, after many complaints Berlin passed a law saying such short term rentals are a misuse (Zweckentfremdung) of an apartment (Wohnung).

    Berlin went to court against AirBnB to force them to cooperate in enforcement:

    Berlin zwingt Airbnb zur Kooperation

    I will not be surprised if more cities do the same.

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @Commentator Mike

    No surprise. There’s no Google street view in Germany either.

    • Replies: @eah
    @Change that Matters

    >There’s no Google street view in Germany either.

    Yes there is -- but as a person or property owner, if you object to something shown you can ask Google to pixel or block it.

    Replies: @Change that Matters

  147. @Anon
    Michelle Malkin is a Joan of Arc figure in our times. She is heroic.


    https://catholiccitizens.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Joan-of-Arc.jpg
    Courage! Ne reculez pas!
     

    Replies: @Nat X, @MrE3001, @JimDandy, @J1234

    Ok, yes, but I must say that the word “hubby” is unbecoming of a badass warrior sword-swinging heroine saint.

    • LOL: J1234
  148. @eah
    @tfourier


    By the way Airbnb is just another dotcom scam company that has never made a dollar profit, lost billions, and never will.
     
    People (many people, actually) said the same thing about AMZN; it took years for AMZN to post a full year profit after going public.

    I don't follow the markets much now (they're artificially juiced), so I don't know if AirBnB is profitable or not, or if e.g. their revenue is growing -- but I am familiar with their business model, and I see local restrictions as perhaps (depends on their revenue mix) the greatest threat to them in the future, at least in urban areas, especially cities popular with tourists (there are many).

    Consider: You live in a building with, say, a dozen flats -- there is some turnover, but you get to know and recognize all of your neighbors; you feel secure -- then you notice new faces in the building; you see them in the common areas (halls) -- this increases: there are strangers in the building all the time, to the point you no longer feel secure; it's like the general public now has access to the building -- there is more noise at all hours, etc etc.

    This is happening in cities all over the world due to short-term AirBnB rentals, and people are pushing back against it -- here is a German news story:

    Gerichtsurteil: „Kurzzeit-Vermietung ist Zweckentfremdung“

    Generally, after many complaints Berlin passed a law saying such short term rentals are a misuse (Zweckentfremdung) of an apartment (Wohnung).

    Berlin went to court against AirBnB to force them to cooperate in enforcement:

    Berlin zwingt Airbnb zur Kooperation

    I will not be surprised if more cities do the same.

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @Commentator Mike

    Airbnb is illegal in Thailand.

  149. @mike99588
    @Diversity Heretic

    I have friends who have been denied medicine [IVM] by the pharmacies in town and their adult kid died.

    We see stories of banks dropping long time substantial customers for politics.

    We see altercations around stores.

    All this is here and now. Wake up.

    Replies: @Alden

    Go to Amazon and order ivermectin

    Ivermax brand First Companion Vet Products Forget what I paid but it was really cheap. Came from a vet supply place in Maryland. Comes in a one dose syringe enough for an up to a 1250 pound horse. I guess a pea size dab once a day would be ok for a human. New box several warnings for horses only.

    I bought ten more boxes afraid TBTB might totally restrict to anyone but live stock farmers.

    • Replies: @mike99588
    @Alden

    Depending on co-morbidities, variant and timing or viral load, the vet stuff is harder to use at full blast, like 1 mg/kg/day, like 120 mg/day for Delta with a big person. That is more than a whole tube of horse paste IVM per day and not so inert ingredients.

    I did Delta at 0.8 - 1.2 mg/kg, climbing for several days to flatten it, with high dose nutraceuticals. First day, it wasn't enough and I had to up my game chemically.

  150. OT Steve have you heard evil vicious black witch Congress critter Karen Bass is to be the next Los Angeles Mayor? Great thing about the 1880s triumph of the progressive good government movement California Mayors have little power.

  151. @Change that Matters
    @eah

    No surprise. There's no Google street view in Germany either.

    Replies: @eah

    >There’s no Google street view in Germany either.

    Yes there is — but as a person or property owner, if you object to something shown you can ask Google to pixel or block it.

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
    @eah

    You're correct. Thanks.

  152. @Harry Huntington
    Not holding my breath here until Ms Malkin files and wins an Unruh Act claim.

    Private business is allowed to ban people who are associated with hate groups. The Unruh Act allows business to discriminate against dangerous people.

    I note with some irony, it is the conservative position that business should be free to choose its customers. Indeed, that typically is Ms Malkin's own position that business should be free to choose employees and customers.

    Replies: @Dumbo, @Tono Bungay, @InnerCynic, @Bernie, @RadicalCenter, @RonaldB, @Poupon Marx, @LGentil5, @Hibernian

    …hate groups…

    Begging the question of who gets to decide which groups are hate groups. BTW, for any Michelle Malkin fans who have not encountered Mr. Huntington previously, he showed himself on another Unz thread to be a faculty lounge leftist masquerading as a working class advocate.

  153. @Abelard Lindsey
    It should be very clear. Do NOT use Airbnb, ever. I never have used them.

    Use VRBO instead. They are much better, offer better places to stay, and do not require you to set up an account. They also have a ratings system. Guests can rate places to stay and owners can rate guests on real merits such as cleanliness, respect for property and the like.

    Replies: @Charcoal, @Hibernian

    …and do not require you to set up an account.

    This wasn’t true when I began using them.

    They have their own deficiencies. Be wary.

  154. @Reality Reporter
    @Dallas Rockford

    Asian women are the biggest allies of the white man, so much so that the left hates their existence as they give white men an alternative to white women. I wonder if their hapa children will be as rightwing as the mullatto children white women are being breed are leftwing.

    It’s a battle between white man and black man. White man goes Asian, black man gets liberal white women. Personally I think white women are more beautiful but they want BBC because of the media so they’re not an option anymore.

    Either way the white man will have to deal with the millions of higher IQ mullatos currently being breed, will the Hapas being breed be able to compete against the mullatos or will they be bullied, cucked and forced to either go gay or searching through the third world for a while wife like their white dad by the black man?

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    You have a vivid imagination.

    The numbers for asian women/white man couples is low.

    The numbers for negro male/white women are even lower.

    Despite the relentless jewish propaganda, the races pretty much stick to their own kind.

    Some of the nastiest anti-whites are asian woman…..and they vote 80% left.

    Black men don’t get “liberal” white women….black men get fatties with tats.

    For some reason the half breeds are always the WORST anti-whites…..just stupidly vicious like Obama.

    The Jmedia would have us THINK that buckwheats are getting all of the white snatch…..but in reality it’s not happening.

    I agree that white women are a big problem due to jewish brainwashing….and this is one reason for our low birth rates.

    • Replies: @Reality Reporter
    @Robert Dolan

    Nonsense, you don’t even have to go outside anymore just check Instagram, all the young white girls are following negro “artists” and negro “sex symbols” and a big chunk of them are dating negros and posting it, even more are having sex with them and not posting it.

    You must be an old man stuck in the past. The Jew-media did it’s job. I know too many young beautiful white girls who like black men to believe black men “only get fatties.” They get fatties too ofc to produce mullatto allies.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    , @Tony
    @Robert Dolan

    So youre saying you only date white men and never had a fling with a non white man?

  155. Just heard you on the Kuhner show.
    Don’t let those bast***s get you down.
    We’re all in this fight together and we know they’re after all of us.
    They’re taking you out early on because you’re outing them all.

    We will never abandon you. Ever.

  156. We at Camp Constitution have your back. We contacted Airbnb and told them that we don’t want to do business with a racist organization.

  157. Anonymous[917] • Disclaimer says:

    AirBnB banned Michelle and her husband because there is an organization or a cluster of organizations that are socially and politically active in the background and those organizations have infiltrated MOJ and other agencies and they have the control of the narrative of the mainstream medias. AirBnB as other Big Tech surrendered to their very persistent activism.

    I have been interested for a long time in how systems work and social systems are the most complex systems there are. I came across last week an older 1951 book by P. Selznick and published by the Rand corporation: “The organizational weapon. Study of Bolshevick strategy and tactics”. I am just beginning reading the book and the Introduction chapter provides the context and explains the research done by Selznick.

    Large organizations that operate outside or at the fringes of the legal system can be pretty dangerous to a society if their existence and behavior is not displayed in full sunlight. It is the role of the “hate speech” laws to keep those groups in the shadows.

    So thanks Michelle for writing the report. Maybe the large tech companies themselves live under the threats of those Bolshevik types of organizations through the links those organizations have in government through infiltration. We live in a fragile world.

  158. I have used airbnb extensively over the past 2 years. I usually make a booking for a week. If I like that place, I agree with the landlord to pay direct and cut out airbnb. Three months ago, I made a rental for one week, I am still in the same apartment. The landlord is happy. I am happy. Airbnb got its commission for introducing us to one another. 🙂

    There are other websites out there. Here is a Norwegian website. It is multilingual. It is an aggregator. They search airbnb and many similar websites.

    https://www.hometogo.no/

    Airbnb is making huge losses.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Alfred

    The huge losses racked up by AirBnB seem to be related to costs incurred in their IPO and of course to the devastation of the tourist industry during 2020 and 21 due to the pandemic.

    The business model seems to be a theoretically good one, in that you take a small commission from rentals all over the world in exchange for running a database, booking and billing system.

    The fact that renters have to pay a substantial down payment deposit at the time of booking is an additional advantage.

    It is however complicated world, and Airbnb has had to deal with violations of Cuba sanctions, and issues related to properties owned by a companies banned by the United States for mistreatment of Uighers in China and similar issues.

    It could be that Airbnb has got itself in a situation where its legal department has advised it to get rid of any landlords or renters who have any feasible connection with possibly racist organizations, for fear of violating US sanctions of foreign entities, and that Michelle has somehow fallen foul of this.

    She is certainly entitled to a fuller explanation.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  159. Brian Chesky, the CEO of AIRBNB is a graduate of the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum. https://www.weforum.org/people/brian-chesky like so many privileged young professional elitist in this covid cult!

    WEF is the BEEHIVE of everything happening Michelle. We need to expose who these elite professionals are and how they are trying to take over the world and create what they want the world to be. They are insane, controlled by Klaus Schwab and George Soros who were both raised in a NAZI environment. Operation Paperclip not only saved a majority of the leaders in the Nazi party but brought them into the Unites States, continuing and spreading their agenda. We may have won WW2 but we did not defeat the NAZI REGIME. People need to wake up to this terrifying reality. The people of the United States, Western Europe (particularly the UK), Canada, Australia and New Zealand are under attack and are at war with not only these elites but I believe and alliance that also includes China and anticolonialists such as Barack Obama (Dinesh D’Souza’s book and movie Obama’s America exposes this in great detail). We need unite and fight these people and hit them mostly where it counts and where it will take their power away.. money. Don’t support ANY businesses or colleges that are in association with the WEF. They are evil to the core and are guilty of genocide of innocent souls, particularly the elderly and children.

    Michelle… a favor.. we need to expose the works of Jennifer Doudna.. also a member of the WEF and heavily funded by Gates, Soros and other Eugenics supporters .. This is the story behind the covid cult! China is already creating not only designer babies but soldiers… we need to stop this frankenstein research and start a movement to regulate this work. The scary thing of CRISPR is it does not take alot of money and is a pretty simple process that does not require alot of equipment. https://www.weforum.org/people/jennifer-doudna Lastly, their religion is Lucerferian… please look this up… its real. This is not a conspiracy theory… these people have not souls… no remorse..

    wake up…. watch this… its very real… watch a movie after watching this and you will see their symbols everywhere… THIS is what we need to stop!

    https://rumble.com/vhgzmp-insider-exposes-freemasonry-as-worlds-oldest-religion-and-luciferian-plans-.html

  160. anonymous[353] • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter
    @George Phillips

    I'm also married to a Pinay who appreciates America and liberty more than most Americans, and is more willing to work and fight to get it back too.

    Replies: @anonymous, @RadicalCenter

    The phrase… more loyal than the king… comes to mind. Lol!

    Coming from a shithole, surely she appreciates being in a more advanced nation, even if it is an amoral godless cesspool, quite similar to the cesspool she left behind. She can’t imagine returning back. Perhaps she feels by subtly grovelling to your baser supremacist instincts, she can assure herself a lengthy stay. She better grind away tirelessly though… you are a promiscuous whitevil lowlife, yeah?

    Ultimately, it is a coping mechanism to hide her own inferiority complexes.

    Send her my regards.

  161. @SurfingUSA
    Airbnb was started by a trio of virulently anti-American J3ws.

    Brian Chesky, Nathan Blecharczyk and Joe Gebbia.

    “We’re not here to promote American values.” -- Blecharczyk.

    https://www.opindia.com/2020/11/airbnb-defends-sharing-user-data-with-china-after-top-executive-resigns/

    Replies: @Rev. Spooner

    Why is it that only jews think of these new apps? Why is it that only they succeed in making these apps international?
    WHY IS IT THAT THE 3 LETTER AGENCIES OF USA ALWAYS SUPPORT THEM?
    I believe that they too have been captured by the small hats.
    The easiest and most obvious answer is that America has been sold to the jews. And that includes the CIA, the FBI, NSA etc., etc.
    And to all you goyum who don’t believe it, prove that it’s not so.
    Yeah, get busy.

  162. Airbnb is a huge part of what’s driving up rents and making hotel stays and apartments unaffordable.

    Cedar is a delusional rich leftist wrongly convinced they’re on the “right side of history” when really they’re just a narcissist with a white savior complex.

    They’re going after conservatives to distract from the fact that THEY are the establishment no matter how much they pretend otherwise and the ones intentionally destroying democracy and society from within. Don’t be one of their sheep.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @notimportant


    Airbnb is a huge part of what’s driving up rents and making hotel stays and apartments unaffordable.
     
    Don't see why. If it is taking business away from hotels, then presumably hotels would reduce their prices or increase their services to compete.

    It is also the case that independent hotels are marketing rooms through Airbnb, which office are useful alternative to chain hotels.

    The whole accommodation business is a racket anyway, with a general lack of transparency in pricing, and all sorts of kickbacks paid to agents, Web sites, and taxi drivers.

    At least on Airbnb you can easily see what prices you are being offered, and see what the prices are for other accommodations in the same area. You can also see what other guests have said about the landlord and the accommodations.

    Landlords can also see what other landlords have said about the guests, which helps to eliminate some bad apples.

    Does Airbnb help landlords to evade local taxes and regulations?

    Possibly, but then the landlords are still responsible for their own behavior in their own jurisdiction. If your home is in a zone that is zoned for single family occupation, and you are renting out rooms, then that is on you, not on Airbnb.
  163. @Harry Huntington
    @LGentil5

    But she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB's statement is factually correct. Anyone who contends American Renaissance is not a hate group is a mendacious liar or willfully ignorant. I presume you are neither and that upon more careful reading and reflection will see the obvious error in your comment.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @AndrewR, @bike-anarkist

    Please kys troll

    • Troll: I, Libertine
  164. Save up some money. Buy a second house. Rent it out to AirBnB. You are now in Earthly Nirvana. The pinnacle of thousands of years of human economic evolution. Million years of human psychological evolution.

    Michelle is playing you. Don’t be bitter. I know you all don’t believe in anything you post here. Because, you are as silent as the lamb in the physical domain. I know that you are bad at calculus, but you are very good at arithmetic- the real math.

  165. @Alfred
    I have used airbnb extensively over the past 2 years. I usually make a booking for a week. If I like that place, I agree with the landlord to pay direct and cut out airbnb. Three months ago, I made a rental for one week, I am still in the same apartment. The landlord is happy. I am happy. Airbnb got its commission for introducing us to one another. :)

    There are other websites out there. Here is a Norwegian website. It is multilingual. It is an aggregator. They search airbnb and many similar websites.

    https://www.hometogo.no/

    Airbnb is making huge losses.

    https://i.ibb.co/TWsfxLS/airbnb1.jpg

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    The huge losses racked up by AirBnB seem to be related to costs incurred in their IPO and of course to the devastation of the tourist industry during 2020 and 21 due to the pandemic.

    The business model seems to be a theoretically good one, in that you take a small commission from rentals all over the world in exchange for running a database, booking and billing system.

    The fact that renters have to pay a substantial down payment deposit at the time of booking is an additional advantage.

    It is however complicated world, and Airbnb has had to deal with violations of Cuba sanctions, and issues related to properties owned by a companies banned by the United States for mistreatment of Uighers in China and similar issues.

    It could be that Airbnb has got itself in a situation where its legal department has advised it to get rid of any landlords or renters who have any feasible connection with possibly racist organizations, for fear of violating US sanctions of foreign entities, and that Michelle has somehow fallen foul of this.

    She is certainly entitled to a fuller explanation.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jonathan Mason

    Cedar is not designed to explain squat, Jonathan, even if she is a human and not a piece of software that pulls from the $PLC database.

    Replies: @SurfingUSA

  166. @Robert Dolan
    @Reality Reporter

    You have a vivid imagination.

    The numbers for asian women/white man couples is low.

    The numbers for negro male/white women are even lower.

    Despite the relentless jewish propaganda, the races pretty much stick to their own kind.

    Some of the nastiest anti-whites are asian woman.....and they vote 80% left.

    Black men don't get "liberal" white women....black men get fatties with tats.

    For some reason the half breeds are always the WORST anti-whites.....just stupidly vicious like Obama.

    The Jmedia would have us THINK that buckwheats are getting all of the white snatch.....but in reality it's not happening.

    I agree that white women are a big problem due to jewish brainwashing....and this is one reason for our low birth rates.

    Replies: @Reality Reporter, @Tony

    Nonsense, you don’t even have to go outside anymore just check Instagram, all the young white girls are following negro “artists” and negro “sex symbols” and a big chunk of them are dating negros and posting it, even more are having sex with them and not posting it.

    You must be an old man stuck in the past. The Jew-media did it’s job. I know too many young beautiful white girls who like black men to believe black men “only get fatties.” They get fatties too ofc to produce mullatto allies.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Reality Reporter

    Yeah yeah.

    I'm in the big city and I'm not seeing it.

    And I've seen a number of studies of dating sites regarding race.

    I don't care what people post on Instagram. The truth about coupling comes from the dating sites.

    "When separating the data by racial group attitudes towards one another, we can see that bias plays a heavy role in who will be messaged and people’s perceptions. Looking at the data, all groups of women when separated by self-reported race tend to show a preference towards men of the same race, however, the opposite is not true. Black men and black women encounter additional hurdles as the most negative bias are shown towards them."

    So....you are either a jew pushing race mixing....or you are a negro pushing wish fulfillment.

    It's one thing to post some liberal bullshit on Instagram (a white girl posting about her love of buckwheats) but quite another thing when she decides to bring that saggy pants negro home to meet mom and dad.

    If you believe what you see on social media then you must be a fucking idiot. Social media is fantasyland....a one sided jewcentric shitshow.

  167. @notimportant
    Airbnb is a huge part of what's driving up rents and making hotel stays and apartments unaffordable.

    Cedar is a delusional rich leftist wrongly convinced they're on the "right side of history" when really they're just a narcissist with a white savior complex.

    They're going after conservatives to distract from the fact that THEY are the establishment no matter how much they pretend otherwise and the ones intentionally destroying democracy and society from within. Don't be one of their sheep.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    Airbnb is a huge part of what’s driving up rents and making hotel stays and apartments unaffordable.

    Don’t see why. If it is taking business away from hotels, then presumably hotels would reduce their prices or increase their services to compete.

    It is also the case that independent hotels are marketing rooms through Airbnb, which office are useful alternative to chain hotels.

    The whole accommodation business is a racket anyway, with a general lack of transparency in pricing, and all sorts of kickbacks paid to agents, Web sites, and taxi drivers.

    At least on Airbnb you can easily see what prices you are being offered, and see what the prices are for other accommodations in the same area. You can also see what other guests have said about the landlord and the accommodations.

    Landlords can also see what other landlords have said about the guests, which helps to eliminate some bad apples.

    Does Airbnb help landlords to evade local taxes and regulations?

    Possibly, but then the landlords are still responsible for their own behavior in their own jurisdiction. If your home is in a zone that is zoned for single family occupation, and you are renting out rooms, then that is on you, not on Airbnb.

  168. One would think the left would like her because she has a stay-at-home-white-husband while she earns the money

  169. @RadicalCenter
    @George Phillips

    I'm also married to a Pinay who appreciates America and liberty more than most Americans, and is more willing to work and fight to get it back too.

    Replies: @anonymous, @RadicalCenter

    Now Corvinus knows more about my wife than i do. Love it.

  170. @tomhoser
    @Hapalong Cassidy

    Well, you have to have a wild house party somewhere, might as well be from scumbags like airbnb

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    You’d pay for it, and you’d be harming and inconveniencing innocent property owners.

    Just don’t use air bnb.

    Yesterday we cancelled several weeks of air bnb reservations, closed our account, told them why, and donated to malkin’s legal fund to sue the company. Join us.

  171. @Anon
    It's my understanding that AirBNB is not worth it anymore. It used to be regular people renting out an extra room, etc. It's evolved into property companies buying up apartments and houses and basically making them into hotels, with lots of hidden 'cleaning' fees added on.
    I've never used it and never plan to.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Jonathan Mason, @RadicalCenter

    Never had a secret cleaning fee on air bnb. Just a clearly stated service fee, cleaning fee and occasionally a utility usage surcharge. All stated up front.

    If you don’t want to rent from a corporation, don’t rent from listings where the owner is listed as a corporation.

  172. @Alden
    @mike99588

    Go to Amazon and order ivermectin

    Ivermax brand First Companion Vet Products Forget what I paid but it was really cheap. Came from a vet supply place in Maryland. Comes in a one dose syringe enough for an up to a 1250 pound horse. I guess a pea size dab once a day would be ok for a human. New box several warnings for horses only.

    I bought ten more boxes afraid TBTB might totally restrict to anyone but live stock farmers.

    Replies: @mike99588

    Depending on co-morbidities, variant and timing or viral load, the vet stuff is harder to use at full blast, like 1 mg/kg/day, like 120 mg/day for Delta with a big person. That is more than a whole tube of horse paste IVM per day and not so inert ingredients.

    I did Delta at 0.8 – 1.2 mg/kg, climbing for several days to flatten it, with high dose nutraceuticals. First day, it wasn’t enough and I had to up my game chemically.

  173. Any discussion on anti White racism that doesn’t identify the Jewish racism behind it is a waste of time. It is 2022, not 1982.

  174. @Jonathan Mason
    @Alfred

    The huge losses racked up by AirBnB seem to be related to costs incurred in their IPO and of course to the devastation of the tourist industry during 2020 and 21 due to the pandemic.

    The business model seems to be a theoretically good one, in that you take a small commission from rentals all over the world in exchange for running a database, booking and billing system.

    The fact that renters have to pay a substantial down payment deposit at the time of booking is an additional advantage.

    It is however complicated world, and Airbnb has had to deal with violations of Cuba sanctions, and issues related to properties owned by a companies banned by the United States for mistreatment of Uighers in China and similar issues.

    It could be that Airbnb has got itself in a situation where its legal department has advised it to get rid of any landlords or renters who have any feasible connection with possibly racist organizations, for fear of violating US sanctions of foreign entities, and that Michelle has somehow fallen foul of this.

    She is certainly entitled to a fuller explanation.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Cedar is not designed to explain squat, Jonathan, even if she is a human and not a piece of software that pulls from the \$PLC database.

    • Replies: @SurfingUSA
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Amen.

    Cedar is a robot just throwing out a canned response to some keywords.

  175. This sounds plausible, and it’s fairly outrageous.

    However … Ms. Malkin is so gorgeous, I can’t feel sorry for this happening to her hubby.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @JimBee

    She's married to a Jew.

    Probably wouldn't be where she is, if not for that fact.

    She does have guts. I'll give her that.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

  176. Anonymous[345] • Disclaimer says:

    Please look for the most cost effective means to stop this censorship. How can Airbnb be brought down? Study its business structure and strike where the greatest damage can be had. Legal fights on whatever grounds should also have an economic component which win or lose will hurt their business.

    • Agree: Arthur MacBride
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Anonymous

    We need a handful of good hackers on our side. Not trying to imply anything here ... just sayin'...

  177. GeneralRipper [AKA "Shiva The Destroyer"] says:
    @JimBee
    This sounds plausible, and it's fairly outrageous.

    However ... Ms. Malkin is so gorgeous, I can't feel sorry for this happening to her hubby.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    She’s married to a Jew.

    Probably wouldn’t be where she is, if not for that fact.

    She does have guts. I’ll give her that.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @GeneralRipper

    Doesn't matter who she's married to. Nor does it matter what we disagree with her on.

    If corporations can bully and threaten and discriminate against her and her husband, they can and will do it to us next.

    These corporations and their executives need to be taught their place. Preferably destitute and in prison after we expropriate their corporations and sell them to normal sane Americans who can respect other Americans' privacy and choices.

  178. The problem is that all the non-profit “help” groups that are supposed to come to the assistance of people like you are run by leftist Jews.

    You’re screwed, so get used to it

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Carroll price

    There are many conservative legal defense funds. There's a law enforcement legal defense fund which is defending US Marshals sued by leftists in connection with the Portland debacle. They're not getting the help they need from their employer, the Department of Just Us.

  179. @Reality Reporter
    @Robert Dolan

    Nonsense, you don’t even have to go outside anymore just check Instagram, all the young white girls are following negro “artists” and negro “sex symbols” and a big chunk of them are dating negros and posting it, even more are having sex with them and not posting it.

    You must be an old man stuck in the past. The Jew-media did it’s job. I know too many young beautiful white girls who like black men to believe black men “only get fatties.” They get fatties too ofc to produce mullatto allies.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    Yeah yeah.

    I’m in the big city and I’m not seeing it.

    And I’ve seen a number of studies of dating sites regarding race.

    I don’t care what people post on Instagram. The truth about coupling comes from the dating sites.

    “When separating the data by racial group attitudes towards one another, we can see that bias plays a heavy role in who will be messaged and people’s perceptions. Looking at the data, all groups of women when separated by self-reported race tend to show a preference towards men of the same race, however, the opposite is not true. Black men and black women encounter additional hurdles as the most negative bias are shown towards them.”

    So….you are either a jew pushing race mixing….or you are a negro pushing wish fulfillment.

    It’s one thing to post some liberal bullshit on Instagram (a white girl posting about her love of buckwheats) but quite another thing when she decides to bring that saggy pants negro home to meet mom and dad.

    If you believe what you see on social media then you must be a fucking idiot. Social media is fantasyland….a one sided jewcentric shitshow.

  180. Anonymous[917] • Disclaimer says:
    @Zachary Smith

    Michelle Malkin (1970–) is a particularly vile far-right US political pundit. And to merit the qualification "particularly vile" in the august company of Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage is truly awe-inspiring.

    She stands out for openly defending Japanese American internment during World War II, and implied that Muslim civilians should be similarly locked up for the duration of the War on Terror (so basically until the Republican Party unanimously decides that Muslims are okay). She's also a proponent of torture, and demonizes her opponents at almost every opportunity, often for no particular reason.
     
    Michelle Malkin: 51-year-old blogger, political commentator, author, and businesswoman.

    Especially "businesswoman". Whatever else a person says about this opportunistic person, she has a very good nose for suckers. Groups of them who can be separated from their money.

    Witness this current tempest in a teapot, one which she has likely carefully cultivated herself. With a bit of searching, Unz suckers can find a site to donate their dollars to "Fund Poor Michell" in her fight against Evil Airbnb. Two hundred bucks from Sucker 5, Five hundred from Sucker 16 - she has already collected over $15,000. It mounts up. She hopes to raise $150,000 with this particular gig over the next two months.

    NOT a bad living!

    Net Worth in 2022: $25 Million

    Not bad at all.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Robert Dolan, @Bernie, @Johnny Johnny, @Adam Smith, @Anon, @Anonymous

    Are you saying people who express their concerns and opinions should be denied their civil rights? Was there a judgment by a court that the author couldn’t attend the meeting? So how AirBnB could take the role of both the judge and the police? They don’t have that privilege as far as I can tell and no one other than a judge has.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Anonymous

    They're a private institution, but unfortunately a monopolistic one, due to network effects. They should not have as high a level of freedom as individuals and businesses. However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    Replies: @bike-anarkist

  181. @Robert Dolan
    @Reality Reporter

    You have a vivid imagination.

    The numbers for asian women/white man couples is low.

    The numbers for negro male/white women are even lower.

    Despite the relentless jewish propaganda, the races pretty much stick to their own kind.

    Some of the nastiest anti-whites are asian woman.....and they vote 80% left.

    Black men don't get "liberal" white women....black men get fatties with tats.

    For some reason the half breeds are always the WORST anti-whites.....just stupidly vicious like Obama.

    The Jmedia would have us THINK that buckwheats are getting all of the white snatch.....but in reality it's not happening.

    I agree that white women are a big problem due to jewish brainwashing....and this is one reason for our low birth rates.

    Replies: @Reality Reporter, @Tony

    So youre saying you only date white men and never had a fling with a non white man?

  182. @eah
    @Change that Matters

    >There’s no Google street view in Germany either.

    Yes there is -- but as a person or property owner, if you object to something shown you can ask Google to pixel or block it.

    Replies: @Change that Matters

    You’re correct. Thanks.

  183. One way to reduce the power of woke corporations is by not investing in them. And way to do this is by making sure your retirement funds aren’t heavily invested in large cap growth companies and tech darlings like Facebook, Amazon and Zoom. Another is to is invest in funds which put more money into smaller companies which have less political clout and don’t employ so many woke busy-bodies. And don’t worry you won’t lose money, many successful investing housing are already telling investors to stay clear of overpriced technology and green stocks and into unfashionable old economy stocks like mid sized banks, farm supply companies, and oil and gas corporations.

  184. If my net worth was \$1 million+, I would certainly be engaging the services of a reputable TRAVEL AGENCY, not trying to save a few bucks. I do not feel the least bit sorry for her or her husband.

    • Troll: RadicalCenter
  185. @Poupon Marx
    @anonymous

    And you are so obviously envious, and inferior. Back door birth aperture baby. Your only claim to significance.

    Replies: @Joe Paluka

    There is an old joke about that’s how lawyers are conceived.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
    @Joe Paluka

    I gave birth to one yesterday that was oversize. Almost overflowed the commode. I believe it was a Supine Court Judge or Attorney General.

  186. I’ve read numerous stories about orcs renting peoples houses w/ this service. Then throwing parties & wrecking the houses. Let em have all the eggplants they can handle cuz it sounds like AirBnB is anti white. Why would u want to spend any shekels w/ them anyways. Get a motel or hotel room they don’t do background checks.

  187. @Carroll price
    The problem is that all the non-profit "help" groups that are supposed to come to the assistance of people like you are run by leftist Jews.

    You're screwed, so get used to it

    Replies: @Hibernian

    There are many conservative legal defense funds. There’s a law enforcement legal defense fund which is defending US Marshals sued by leftists in connection with the Portland debacle. They’re not getting the help they need from their employer, the Department of Just Us.

  188. @Anonymous
    @Zachary Smith

    Are you saying people who express their concerns and opinions should be denied their civil rights? Was there a judgment by a court that the author couldn't attend the meeting? So how AirBnB could take the role of both the judge and the police? They don't have that privilege as far as I can tell and no one other than a judge has.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    They’re a private institution, but unfortunately a monopolistic one, due to network effects. They should not have as high a level of freedom as individuals and businesses. However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    • Disagree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @bike-anarkist
    @Hibernian

    However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    There are only semantics that differentiate "public business" from "private business". and, what has happened is the projection of "business" as being a neutral, element of society.

    However, all govmnt business that involves private business becomes DE FACTO "Public Business", as the citizens that elected the govmnt have a 100% stake in the outcomes of public/private business agreements. People that exercise to endorse their leaders take precedence over those without any political assent from citizens.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  189. When my wife called Air BnB, two representatives claimed to have no knowledge that their company is barring people because of their political beliefs. They will not let her talk with a supervisor. Liars and cowards as well as bullies, a typical combination.

    • Agree: J1234
  190. @InnerCynic
    @heymrguda

    Its good to point out the hypocrisy of those who want to silence "others" simply because they don't align with their particular beliefs. These people are clearly totalitarian lunatics and need to be called out as such. Not that I advocate for silencing them... merely pointing out their lies and hypocrisy.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    It’s not enough to “point out” their bullying. They need to be driven out of business by any lawful means necessary. That includes changing the law to expropriate corporations like this and sell them to actual sane Americans who can respect other Americans’ rights and dignity.

    • Agree: Arthur MacBride
  191. @Wizard of Oz
    I can't help agreeing that the AirBNB ban is a sign of American decline but, in practice, need it cause more than mild inconvenience to Michelle Malkin? If she executes a contract of sale of her leasable property that would transfer ownership and the purchaser, let's say a company controlled by MM, could use AirBNB's services even though AirBNB would perhaps be alert to the possible ow er of the address. If desired the contract of sale could, in due course, be rescinded, so avoiding the costs of an actual consummated sale.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Why go through contortions to keep giving profit to this bullying corporation? Never deal with them again.

    Here are phone numbers for people who may wish to politely express their dissatisfaction to Air BnB:

    https://airbnbase.com/airbnb-phone-number/

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @RadicalCenter

    I've never even been a customer, R.C., just due to my and my family not being the "early adopter" types, very late adopters we are, in fact. So, I can't really boycott them, per se. However, I appreciate your and other commenters' giving out some concrete avenues of attack.

    I don't know how many Americans left really think this whole divide between the Totalitarian/Commie types that make the Establishment and we Deplorables can really be bridged with letters to Congressmen and voting. Those people would be wrong.

    I'll be making a call at least. Thanks.

  192. @Anonymous
    Please look for the most cost effective means to stop this censorship. How can Airbnb be brought down? Study its business structure and strike where the greatest damage can be had. Legal fights on whatever grounds should also have an economic component which win or lose will hurt their business.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    We need a handful of good hackers on our side. Not trying to imply anything here … just sayin’…

  193. @RadicalCenter
    @Wizard of Oz

    Why go through contortions to keep giving profit to this bullying corporation? Never deal with them again.

    Here are phone numbers for people who may wish to politely express their dissatisfaction to Air BnB:

    https://airbnbase.com/airbnb-phone-number/

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I’ve never even been a customer, R.C., just due to my and my family not being the “early adopter” types, very late adopters we are, in fact. So, I can’t really boycott them, per se. However, I appreciate your and other commenters’ giving out some concrete avenues of attack.

    I don’t know how many Americans left really think this whole divide between the Totalitarian/Commie types that make the Establishment and we Deplorables can really be bridged with letters to Congressmen and voting. Those people would be wrong.

    I’ll be making a call at least. Thanks.

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
  194. I have so little respect for wmaf couples I’m on Airbnb’s side

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @anon73928474

    We love you too. But be more polite, your kids are going to work for ours.

    , @Trinity
    @anon73928474

    Her husband is Jewish. Jews are not "white" just ask Whoopie Goldberg.

    Replies: @Hibernian

  195. @Hibernian
    @Anonymous

    They're a private institution, but unfortunately a monopolistic one, due to network effects. They should not have as high a level of freedom as individuals and businesses. However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    Replies: @bike-anarkist

    However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    There are only semantics that differentiate “public business” from “private business”. and, what has happened is the projection of “business” as being a neutral, element of society.

    However, all govmnt business that involves private business becomes DE FACTO “Public Business”, as the citizens that elected the govmnt have a 100% stake in the outcomes of public/private business agreements. People that exercise to endorse their leaders take precedence over those without any political assent from citizens.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @bike-anarkist

    I understand this is up to debate and then one needs to make the context explicit. Suppose Michelle is denied access to the supermarket or to a bank account as a result of a judgment made by some private group of people just on the basis of her opinions on social issues, then in the extreme she might starve to death. She would be denied her right to exist as a human being. Is that case covered by the US law? I taught so but maybe the answer is no as Hibernian writes.

    Replies: @anarchyst

  196. @Harry Huntington
    @LGentil5

    But she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB's statement is factually correct. Anyone who contends American Renaissance is not a hate group is a mendacious liar or willfully ignorant. I presume you are neither and that upon more careful reading and reflection will see the obvious error in your comment.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @AndrewR, @bike-anarkist

    Hey Fuckface: it is YOU that contends that Amren is a hate group, via \$PLC, or whatever. \$PLC does NOT have any government mandated initiatives for outing people they don’t like. They “advise” the govmnt. Besides, freedom of expression is NOT a financial transaction.

    “…she did associate with a hate group. Air BNB’s statement is factually correct.”

    You know, I hope that the Canadian Govmnt gets branded as a hate group, with Babycakes the ring leader for retribution. Then, all the business that they do with AirBnE will be cancelled.

  197. @Anon
    Michelle Malkin is a Joan of Arc figure in our times. She is heroic.


    https://catholiccitizens.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Joan-of-Arc.jpg
    Courage! Ne reculez pas!
     

    Replies: @Nat X, @MrE3001, @JimDandy, @J1234

    Michelle is awesome! Best wishes to her and her family.

  198. I’d like to say I’ll boycott Airbnb, but I never used them to begin with. It’s not my thing. I will, however, encourage others to stop using them if they currently are.

  199. @GeneralRipper
    @JimBee

    She's married to a Jew.

    Probably wouldn't be where she is, if not for that fact.

    She does have guts. I'll give her that.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Doesn’t matter who she’s married to. Nor does it matter what we disagree with her on.

    If corporations can bully and threaten and discriminate against her and her husband, they can and will do it to us next.

    These corporations and their executives need to be taught their place. Preferably destitute and in prison after we expropriate their corporations and sell them to normal sane Americans who can respect other Americans’ privacy and choices.

  200. @anon73928474
    I have so little respect for wmaf couples I’m on Airbnb’s side

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Trinity

    We love you too. But be more polite, your kids are going to work for ours.

  201. @anon73928474
    I have so little respect for wmaf couples I’m on Airbnb’s side

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Trinity

    Her husband is Jewish. Jews are not “white” just ask Whoopie Goldberg.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Trinity

    That's humorous, but it's also the diametric opposite of what Ms. Goldberg said. She said the Holocaust was just an example of man's inhumanity to man, and was


    not
     
    about race. Or maybe you mean they're not White because Ms Golderg is one of them. (Except she isn't. At all.) Haha. Also throw in Sammy Davis Jr., who converted, I think.
  202. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:
    @Meiyuande
    Preliminary sifting indicates that AirBnB is headquartered in San Francisco (there’s your first clue, Sherlock!). Individual push-back regrettably only serves to confirm in the minds of those like Mrs. Malkin’s interlocutor at AirBnB that they are strong in the “true” religion (and deserve a place in the good graces of George Soros et Cie). Less immediately satisfying perhaps but toward the long-term regeneration of the moral fiber of this country we live in is the patient establishment and growth of networks of daily business connections of decent Americans of whatever color or origin. My acupuncturist is a fine example of such: a quiet, humble follower of the Christ who conducts his worthy practice very competently and conscientiously.

    BTW there are innumerable families combining diverse origins that are by their conservative convictions most unattractive to the currently prevailing far-left cultural ascendancy. Yet through prayerful persistence all will in His time come right!

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Yet through prayerful persistence all will in His time come right!

    Yes, yes, yes! Just like Santa will preside over the marriage of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster.

    Was Jesus a pussy? Did He “pray” the money-lenders out of the Temple?

    Do WE have time to waste?

    What happens if the midterm elections are rigged; or millions of illegals in swing states gain suffrage; or Joe catches a Hail Mary vote?

    Internet comment sections sputter about how “People must be held accountable!” and “Things are unfair!” and “This can’t go on!” and “Patriots must stand up!”

    That is, impotent lamentations interspersed with End-Timers ranting about, well, End Times.

    Every now and then, but with irritating regularity, some loon will insert some biblebabble. Mewlings from on high about “His glorious Passion cleansing the porninundated and smiting unbelievers with a righteous Big Mac.” Or warnings that “Woe betide unmel gibsonated sinners, for they will rue the day, grabbing their ankles in eternal hellfire showers while sporting soaps-on-ropes. Amen.”

    To wit: talk-talk-talk while Rome burns.

    Are people watching Canada now because Canucks are sitting on their arses, whining, waiting for Jesus to kick Trudeau’s butt? No. They’re focused on truckers, guys who organized and TOOK ACTION!

    Alas, naysayers are out in force now braying: “Don’t fight back if attacked.” As if that wimpinated stance didn’t get us where we are today!

    Cucks say, “Don’t hit back. That’s what THEY want!”

    So what? Why let the enemy dictate what’s allowed in our Culture War?

    Was it wrong for Doolittle to bomb Tokyo in 1942, mere months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor? Should the USA have just prayed, letting the Axis run amok?

    Do bullies stop on their own? EVER?

    What’s morale like on teams that never win because they never fight?

    Pacifism only works when…

    [MORE]

    (1) the enemy’s heart can be moved;

    (2) those who abstain from fighting back COULD kick-arse if they wanted to; and

    (3) the enemy recognizes the reality of (2).

    It’s worse than useless to act nobly passive when you can’t fight back. It angers/demoralizes your own side while filling the enemy with contempt.

    Gandhi himself was not against violence. He said, “where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence.”

    The Mahatma hated fainthearts.

    He’d have welcomed Navy SEALs who chose not to fight back. Because he’d know they COULD. But he’d have hated wimps who pretended their lack of martial skills/spirit made them noble.

    Asked who he wanted in his Satyagraha movement, Gandhi said:

    “Before [a man] can understand nonviolence, he has to be taught to stand his ground…I [will] not let a coward seek shelter behind nonviolence.”

    The Mahatma loathed men who acted like mice/manginas:

    “Many have honestly believed that running away from danger every time was a virtue…As a teacher of nonviolence I must, so far as it is possible for me, guard against such an unmanly belief…Though violence is not lawful, when it is offered in self-defense or for the defense of the defenseless, it is an act of bravery far better than cowardly submission.”

    Personally, I strongly oppose initiating violence. I also do not endorse taunting opponents so THEY lash out. However, I DO think the Proud Boys are right: one must fight back if attacked. Otherwise antifa and fellow thugs will continue being violent.

    The Left is unlikely to ever agree with the Right. It sees non-violence as the “way” of patsies-cowards-losers. Democrats never tell their supporters to be “nicer.”

    Liberals obsess over grandmothers strolling through the Capitol, not Christians murdered on roads at Christmas in Waukesha.

    Again, did Jesus turn His cheek and “look the other way” per moneylenders?

    Does He want His followers to be shitburger-eating simps?

    The Left wants us divided and afraid. We must ignore that “call of the mild” and become united and brave, active and effective.

    Jansix was not an insurrection. The “Summer of Love” riots were.

    Don’t let the Left define words.

    And don’t let its media lackeys control the Narrative.

    The only things “problematic” about Jansix (aside from Democrats refusing to have enough security on-hand) was Republicans not immediately getting those arrested out of prison pending trial…and not “working media” to explain what had happened.

    Shamefully, Trump took a powder, letting his supporters rot in jail. So-called Conservative “leaders” did bupkis, too. Graham, McConnell, and other RINOs remain tits on bulls, aiding and abetting Pelosians. They are clueless, blind to the Left’s possibly owning the Presidency, House of Representatives, and Senate post-November.

    The Left is fighting nonstop, taking no prisoners, and using all holds…fair or foul.

    The Right is still jaw-jawing, thinking Midterms will miraculously save the day (and the USA).

    It may well be too late by then.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  203. I just closed my airbnb account and told them the reason why is because they blocked you and as I respect your truthful journalism, I no longer want any association with them. Please continue with your fantastic articles. God Bless You!

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
  204. Anonymous[354] • Disclaimer says:

    So this woman spoke against one of the Jewish founded and managed paramilitary terrorist groups going around in the West, and the Jewish financed and managed private spying and harassment ADL organization decided to punish her.


    https://archive.vn/Lx0Vd

    ==600+ Jewish groups just signed this full-page @nytimes ad: “We say unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.”==

    [MORE]

    – –


    https://archive.vn/yTU6n

    ==Seven rabbis from the #Portland, Oregon, area are pushing back against the Department of Homeland Security’s covert activity against #BlackLivesMatter #protesters in their city.==

    – –

    https://christiansfortruth.com/chabad-jewish-supremacists-exploit-blm-march-to-promote-anti-christ-noahide-legal-reforms/
    https://archive.vn/3i9Px

    ==Chabad Jewish Supremacists Exploit BLM March To Promote Anti-Christ Noahide Legal ‘Reforms’==

    – –

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Rosenberg
    https://archive.vn/H6Hmi

    ==Susan Rosenberg (fiscal sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network) wikipedia article==

    >Quotes:

    1) “Susan Lisa Rosenberg (born 1955) is an American far-left revolutionary terrorist[1], author and advocate for social justice and prisoners’ rights. Rosenberg was active in many radical movements of the 1970s. After living as a fugitive for two years, she was arrested with an accomplice, Timothy Blunk, in 1984 while unloading 740 pounds of dynamite and weapons from a car into a storage locker in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She had also been sought as an accomplice in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur.[2]”

    2) “Rosenberg was born into a middle-class Jewish family in Manhattan.”

    3) “After her release, Rosenberg became the communications director for the American Jewish World Service, an international development and human rights organization, based in New York City.”

    4) “As of 2020, Rosenberg sits as vice chair of the board of “Thousand Currents”, a foundation- and contribution-funded international grant-making charitable organization which supports grassroots organizations in the “Global South” [21] as well as acting as a fiscal sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network.[22]”

    – –

    https://voxday.blogspot.com/2020/06/palestinian-lives-matter.html
    https://archive.vn/ew3zv

    ==Palestinian Lives Matter==
    >Quotes:
    1) “And in a blink of an eye, all that massive funding for Black Lives Matter suddenly began to disappear:

        UK Jewish activists have lashed out at the British chapter of Black Lives Matter over its pro-Palestinian tweets. They say the anti-racist movement’s criticism had anti-Semitic undertones.

        BLM UK posted a series of tweets on Sunday, criticizing Israel over its plans to annex occupied Palestinian territories and calling for solidarity with the Palestinian cause. One of the earlier posts stated that “mainstream British politics is gagged of the right to critique Zionism, and Israel’s settler colonial pursuits”.”

    2) “Notice the way the juxtaposition of their definitions exposes their word spells:

        Denying Americans the universal right of self-determination = anti-racism.
        Denying Jews the universal right of self-determination = anti-Semitism
        The movement for the self-determination of Jews = Zionism
        The movement for the self-determination of Americans = White Supremacy ”

    https://forward.com/life/family/380923/the-original-antifa-was-a-jewish-anti-nazi-militia/
    https://archive.vn/DyKL5

    ==The Original ‘Antifa’ Was A Jewish Anti-Nazi Militia==

    https://theduran.com/antifa-is-a-terrorist-group-in-the-blood-soaked-bolshevik-tradition/
    https://archive.vn/ld3rA

    ==Antifa is a terrorist group in the blood-soaked Bolshevik tradition==

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/putin-first-soviet-government-was-mostly-jewish/
    https://archive.vn/rXelF

    ==Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish==

    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-attacks-on-antifa-are-attacks-on-jews-1.8902330
    https://archive.vn/EzQAa

    ==Trump’s Attacks on Antifa Are Attacks on Jews==

    https://forward.com/culture/448163/your-top-9-yiddish-antifa-anthems-a-revolutionary-playlist/
    https://archive.vn/kmwFX

    ==Your top 9 Yiddish antifa anthems: a revolutionary playlist==
    >Quote:

    The Yiddish roots of antifa – the anti-fascist movement whose precursors date back at least as far as opposition to the Russian czar – have been well documented. They are also enshrined in a canon of Yiddish antifa songs – songs of resistance, anarchism, revolution, and workers’ rights – that listeners might find eerily resonant and applicable to our present moment.

    For Syrian refugees in Greece, Israel is no longer the enemy
    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5473381,00.html
    https://archive.vn/nEAqa

    “Israel Directly Helping Muslims And Africans Invade Europe”



    Video Link

    “The Anti-Defamation League, preaching equality, seeking tyrannical Jewish-American Supremacy”
    https://archive.vn/9EeXN

    The Anti-Defamation League, preaching equality, seeking tyrannical Jewish-American supremacy

    “The ADL statement claimed that anything said about George Soros is automatically anti-Semitic and demanded that FOX delete its milquetoast but truthful Soros story and warned than any mention of Soros should be deemed anti-Semitic. Murdoch, his sons, and their so-called journalists apparently saluted smartly and obeyed. That comes as no shock to someone who was banned from FOX for remarking on another undeniable fact – that Israel has corrupted and owns both houses of Congress using Jewish-American bribers as their surrogates.”

    https://archive.vn/CnXEc
    https://christiansfortruth.com/pro-abortion-jewish-senator-chuck-schumer-supports-anti-abortion-group-in-israel/

    Pro-Abortion Jewish Senator Chuck Schumer Supports Anti-Abortion Group In Israel

    https://news.gallup.com/opinion/polling-matters/265898/american-jews-politics-israel.aspx
    archive.vn/u5Se5 – “American Jews, Politics and Israel”


    95% of Jews have favorable views of Israel…


    Research conducted in 2013 by Pew showed that 76% of Jews (identified by religion) said they were at least somewhat emotionally attached to Israel. In addition, almost half said that caring about Israel is an essential part of being Jewish (with most of the rest saying it is important although not essential) and nearly half reported that they had personally traveled to Israel.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Anonymous

    Great post...

    You goddamn Nazi skinhead sumbitch!

  205. Anonymous[917] • Disclaimer says:
    @bike-anarkist
    @Hibernian

    However, you are conflating them with government and holding them to the standard to which government should be held. That is not correct.

    There are only semantics that differentiate "public business" from "private business". and, what has happened is the projection of "business" as being a neutral, element of society.

    However, all govmnt business that involves private business becomes DE FACTO "Public Business", as the citizens that elected the govmnt have a 100% stake in the outcomes of public/private business agreements. People that exercise to endorse their leaders take precedence over those without any political assent from citizens.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I understand this is up to debate and then one needs to make the context explicit. Suppose Michelle is denied access to the supermarket or to a bank account as a result of a judgment made by some private group of people just on the basis of her opinions on social issues, then in the extreme she might starve to death. She would be denied her right to exist as a human being. Is that case covered by the US law? I taught so but maybe the answer is no as Hibernian writes.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    @Anonymous

    Whatever happened to the "public accommodation" aspect of the so-called "civil-rights" laws?
    THAT, in itself is the primary question...
    If AirBnB is "open to the public" it would seem that the "public accommodation" aspect of the "civil-rights" act would be pertinent...and enforceable.

  206. @Anonymous
    @bike-anarkist

    I understand this is up to debate and then one needs to make the context explicit. Suppose Michelle is denied access to the supermarket or to a bank account as a result of a judgment made by some private group of people just on the basis of her opinions on social issues, then in the extreme she might starve to death. She would be denied her right to exist as a human being. Is that case covered by the US law? I taught so but maybe the answer is no as Hibernian writes.

    Replies: @anarchyst

    Whatever happened to the “public accommodation” aspect of the so-called “civil-rights” laws?
    THAT, in itself is the primary question…
    If AirBnB is “open to the public” it would seem that the “public accommodation” aspect of the “civil-rights” act would be pertinent…and enforceable.

  207. @Trinity
    @anon73928474

    Her husband is Jewish. Jews are not "white" just ask Whoopie Goldberg.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    That’s humorous, but it’s also the diametric opposite of what Ms. Goldberg said. She said the Holocaust was just an example of man’s inhumanity to man, and was

    not

    about race. Or maybe you mean they’re not White because Ms Golderg is one of them. (Except she isn’t. At all.) Haha. Also throw in Sammy Davis Jr., who converted, I think.

  208. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jonathan Mason

    Cedar is not designed to explain squat, Jonathan, even if she is a human and not a piece of software that pulls from the $PLC database.

    Replies: @SurfingUSA

    Amen.

    Cedar is a robot just throwing out a canned response to some keywords.

  209. Lol good!
    This woman hates everyone and even more her own race.
    What a joke of a self hating Philipino 🤣

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Sarita

    You know so much about being Pinay that you don’t even know the word Pinay, or that a woman from the Philippines, like my beloved wife, is a Filipina or Pinay. A man is FilipinO or Pinoy.

    As for Malkin hating people of other races, because of their race, she’s married to someone of two different races, as Ashkenazim are substantially White European (usually mostly Italian) and Semitic/Middle Eastern, and she speaks out against anti-white discrimination and anti-white hatred.

    Thanks for your expertise all the way around. Salamat Po! (Look that up)

    Replies: @Exile

    , @ben stollen
    @Sarita

    Screeches a joke of a triggered self hating knob gobbler slutrita!!

  210. Michelle, ……Airbnb are fools………rest assured ……..they will pay! You are the Best! Thank you for all you do for Free America. Gettr: @steve_scafati

  211. @Haxo Angmark
    @ Michelle Malkin:

    are you a bnb host....or do you use bnb when traveling/vacationing?

    (asking for a friend)

    Replies: @Change that Matters, @SaneClownPosse, @J West

    I doubt this successful woman needs to rent out rooms in her house for some extra dough.

    Further,, if MM ever comes to my city she can stay at my home for free.

  212. Done with Air BNB

  213. @Sarita
    Lol good!
    This woman hates everyone and even more her own race.
    What a joke of a self hating Philipino 🤣

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @ben stollen

    You know so much about being Pinay that you don’t even know the word Pinay, or that a woman from the Philippines, like my beloved wife, is a Filipina or Pinay. A man is FilipinO or Pinoy.

    As for Malkin hating people of other races, because of their race, she’s married to someone of two different races, as Ashkenazim are substantially White European (usually mostly Italian) and Semitic/Middle Eastern, and she speaks out against anti-white discrimination and anti-white hatred.

    Thanks for your expertise all the way around. Salamat Po! (Look that up)

    • Replies: @Exile
    @RadicalCenter

    Ashkepaths are no more European than Michelle Malkin is "American." They are a persistent and hostile alien presence that has been resisted and repeatedly rejected throughout European history for very good reasons - similar to those for which Malkin says she opposes immigration to "her" country.

    Ashkenazim are the most wealthy, committed and influential racial/ethnic group in supporting everything that Michelle says she opposes.

    Mixed-race Jews strongly tend to identify with their Jewish roots - google what Jews say about this, don't take my racist word for it.

    Immigration is a racial issue. Opposing immigration on merely civic nationalist grounds is incoherent, self-defeating and leaves a very welcoming wide-open door to entryism by White-presenting Ashkepaths who want to lecture White Americans about "our democracy" and "our values" from either the Left or Right. See neoconservatism and neoliberalism. Neo is a euphemism/evasion for "Judaized."

    Replies: @anarchyst

  214. @Tono Bungay
    @Harry Huntington

    Harry Huntington makes a valid point: Freedom of association is a right in danger of extinction, and it isn't pleasant to see even someone like Michelle Malkin resorting to the government to force Airbnb to be nice to her. Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, is so dominant that most of us would be hard-pressed to name any competitor to it. If it's not a monopoly, it's very close. I'll be among those cheering if she wins her suit, but still it's disagreeable to use means that seem illegitimate.

    Replies: @sally, @ben stollen

    Yet Airbnb, like many important companies today, < No,it's NOT important and you are a buffoon.

  215. @Sarita
    Lol good!
    This woman hates everyone and even more her own race.
    What a joke of a self hating Philipino 🤣

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @ben stollen

    Screeches a joke of a triggered self hating knob gobbler slutrita!!

  216. I love how diverse and inclusive white supremacy is nowadays.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @ANevskyUSA

    I love how you dishonestly and incoherently call non-white people "white supremacists."

  217. What about the homeowners who use the services of Airbnb to advertise and support their home rentals? This type of action will negatively affect thousands of people trying to rent these properties.
    I have an Airbnb account, but will now focus on using VRBO or local property managers for my vacation rental needs.

    • Replies: @bike-anarkist
    @Jack76

    Financial incentive to go full batshit crazy for feudalism!
    In Nelson BC, over 30% of properties are rentals, 80% used as AirBnB.

  218. I’m a pretty successful IT professional and a conservative who loves Michelle Maulkin and a number of the other conservative authors and speakers.
    My wife is a Hispanic Mexican\American who also loves the conservative view…. So clearly we are the white-supremacists who money you’ll not see.

    Stupid is as stupid does.
    Cheers!

    • Replies: @Benny
    @Honeybuckets

    Your wife is a traitor, do you know what Trump said about Mexicans?! No empire lasts forever. Remember that.

  219. I just closed my Airbnb account.

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Steve Scafati
    @Iamrefreshed

    Thank You Iamrefreshed. Good Response to Scum Airbnb.

  220. @Iamrefreshed
    I just closed my Airbnb account.

    Replies: @Steve Scafati

    Thank You Iamrefreshed. Good Response to Scum Airbnb.

  221. @heymrguda
    Check out the Fox News response to the Joe Rogan controversy. Instead of affirming their commitment to free speech, they dredge up past politically incorrect comments and / or actions by Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. Do they not realize this just reinforces the Left’s drive toward the extinction of free speech? It’s just playing the left’s game, as writers like Paul Gottfried have pointed out repeatedly.

    Replies: @mike99588, @InnerCynic, @LetEmEatCake

    Fox did that dredging because it was done to Joe Rogan first.

    The JRE needs to call Elon Musk and Peter Thiel and cancel SPOTIFY by starting their OWN platform.

    For the other 2 guys, starting up a new platform would cost the relative equivalence of lunch money, while at the same time be better than JRE heading off to an existing service should he decide that Spotify is no longer worth the bother.

    (My favorite customer dissatisfaction story is the creation of the Lamborghini automobile. We have an arrogant Mr. Ferrari talking down to a young Ferrari owner named Ferrucio Lamborghini to thank for that beautiful car…!)

  222. @Dallas Rockford
    I am guessing more than half of Air Bnb customers do not agree with woke politics, or refusing service due to differing opinions.

    I will never use them again and will spread the word that they do not want the money of conservatives. Every conservative should do the same. This is outrageous.

    Michele - thank you for your continued courage. It's only a matter of time before these fools pay dearly for this anti-American practice!

    Replies: @DrWatson, @lavoisier, @Reality Reporter, @Gary Lynch

    #Americafirst “Patriots”?

    It’s not patriotic to advocate for sedition or insurrection, honey. It’s also not patriotic to sympathize with White Nationalist groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and 3 Percenters. It’s not patriotic to support a draft dodging, narcissistic, arrogant, incurious and pathologically lying psychopath just because he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.

    You’re a racist piece of trash lady. Nothing “patriotic” about your version of America.

    • Troll: Spud Boy
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Gary Lynch

    "Draft-dodging"? So you support forcing Americans to go abroad and murder and maim and displace people in aggressive wars they do not wish to fight? How very tolerant and freedom-minded of you. Good to know what your "patriotism" entails.

    As for Trump wanting to keep immigrants out, no, sadly, that was never his stated intent. Which you know if you can read English or were just alive listening from 2015-2021. He wanted and advocated continued massive unskilled, uneducated, often non-English-speaking Third World immigration into our country. We don't.

    , @Conch
    @Gary Lynch

    Gary you need to do research on the groups you hate-the media told you to hate them so you follow suit without checking.
    Yet, democrats support Antifa.
    Compare the groups you were ordered to hate with Antifa 1) # of people group killed 2) $ of damage group did 3) what they stand for.
    You will find that you are hating the wrong group/side.

    Replies: @Avery

  223. @Gary Lynch
    @Dallas Rockford

    #Americafirst "Patriots"?

    It's not patriotic to advocate for sedition or insurrection, honey. It's also not patriotic to sympathize with White Nationalist groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and 3 Percenters. It's not patriotic to support a draft dodging, narcissistic, arrogant, incurious and pathologically lying psychopath just because he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.

    You're a racist piece of trash lady. Nothing "patriotic" about your version of America.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Conch

    “Draft-dodging”? So you support forcing Americans to go abroad and murder and maim and displace people in aggressive wars they do not wish to fight? How very tolerant and freedom-minded of you. Good to know what your “patriotism” entails.

    As for Trump wanting to keep immigrants out, no, sadly, that was never his stated intent. Which you know if you can read English or were just alive listening from 2015-2021. He wanted and advocated continued massive unskilled, uneducated, often non-English-speaking Third World immigration into our country. We don’t.

  224. You are am inspiration. Thank you. May Jesus bless you and your family.

  225. As a host of a guest house, I can tell you I’m not a fan of airbnb and had been thinking of dropping them for both political and practical reasons. We tend to affiliate mostly with booking.com or via word of mouth. Now that borders are opening up, we invite you, Michelle, and your husband to visit our guest house in the hills of the Galilee in Israel! Stay strong! http://www.bat-harim.com

    • Replies: @bike-anarkist
    @Bat-Harim

    She probably won't.
    It is stolen land.

  226. GeneralRipper [AKA "Shiva The Destroyer"] says:
    @Anonymous
    So this woman spoke against one of the Jewish founded and managed paramilitary terrorist groups going around in the West, and the Jewish financed and managed private spying and harassment ADL organization decided to punish her.

    https://twitter.com/jewishaction/status/1299334025031684097
    https://archive.vn/Lx0Vd

    ==600+ Jewish groups just signed this full-page @nytimes ad: “We say unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.”==

    - -

    https://twitter.com/Jerusalem_Post/status/1284995278613942273
    https://archive.vn/yTU6n

    ==Seven rabbis from the #Portland, Oregon, area are pushing back against the Department of Homeland Security’s covert activity against #BlackLivesMatter #protesters in their city.==

    - -

    https://christiansfortruth.com/chabad-jewish-supremacists-exploit-blm-march-to-promote-anti-christ-noahide-legal-reforms/
    https://archive.vn/3i9Px

    ==Chabad Jewish Supremacists Exploit BLM March To Promote Anti-Christ Noahide Legal ‘Reforms’==

    - -

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Rosenberg
    https://archive.vn/H6Hmi

    ==Susan Rosenberg (fiscal sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network) wikipedia article==

    >Quotes:

    1) "Susan Lisa Rosenberg (born 1955) is an American far-left revolutionary terrorist[1], author and advocate for social justice and prisoners' rights. Rosenberg was active in many radical movements of the 1970s. After living as a fugitive for two years, she was arrested with an accomplice, Timothy Blunk, in 1984 while unloading 740 pounds of dynamite and weapons from a car into a storage locker in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She had also been sought as an accomplice in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur.[2]"

    2) "Rosenberg was born into a middle-class Jewish family in Manhattan."

    3) "After her release, Rosenberg became the communications director for the American Jewish World Service, an international development and human rights organization, based in New York City."

    4) "As of 2020, Rosenberg sits as vice chair of the board of "Thousand Currents", a foundation- and contribution-funded international grant-making charitable organization which supports grassroots organizations in the "Global South" [21] as well as acting as a fiscal sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network.[22]"

    - -

    https://voxday.blogspot.com/2020/06/palestinian-lives-matter.html
    https://archive.vn/ew3zv

    ==Palestinian Lives Matter==
    >Quotes:
    1) "And in a blink of an eye, all that massive funding for Black Lives Matter suddenly began to disappear:

        UK Jewish activists have lashed out at the British chapter of Black Lives Matter over its pro-Palestinian tweets. They say the anti-racist movement's criticism had anti-Semitic undertones.

        BLM UK posted a series of tweets on Sunday, criticizing Israel over its plans to annex occupied Palestinian territories and calling for solidarity with the Palestinian cause. One of the earlier posts stated that “mainstream British politics is gagged of the right to critique Zionism, and Israel’s settler colonial pursuits”."

    2) "Notice the way the juxtaposition of their definitions exposes their word spells:

        Denying Americans the universal right of self-determination = anti-racism.
        Denying Jews the universal right of self-determination = anti-Semitism
        The movement for the self-determination of Jews = Zionism
        The movement for the self-determination of Americans = White Supremacy "

    https://i.4pcdn.org/pol/1567950604695.png

    https://i.4pcdn.org/pol/1567950854152.png

    https://i.4pcdn.org/pol/1567951327428.png

    https://i.4pcdn.org/pol/1567951531102.png


    https://forward.com/life/family/380923/the-original-antifa-was-a-jewish-anti-nazi-militia/
    https://archive.vn/DyKL5

    ==The Original ‘Antifa’ Was A Jewish Anti-Nazi Militia==


    https://theduran.com/antifa-is-a-terrorist-group-in-the-blood-soaked-bolshevik-tradition/
    https://archive.vn/ld3rA

    ==Antifa is a terrorist group in the blood-soaked Bolshevik tradition==


    https://www.timesofisrael.com/putin-first-soviet-government-was-mostly-jewish/
    https://archive.vn/rXelF

    ==Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish==


    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-attacks-on-antifa-are-attacks-on-jews-1.8902330
    https://archive.vn/EzQAa

    ==Trump's Attacks on Antifa Are Attacks on Jews==


    https://forward.com/culture/448163/your-top-9-yiddish-antifa-anthems-a-revolutionary-playlist/
    https://archive.vn/kmwFX

    ==Your top 9 Yiddish antifa anthems: a revolutionary playlist==
    >Quote:
    "
    The Yiddish roots of antifa – the anti-fascist movement whose precursors date back at least as far as opposition to the Russian czar – have been well documented. They are also enshrined in a canon of Yiddish antifa songs – songs of resistance, anarchism, revolution, and workers’ rights – that listeners might find eerily resonant and applicable to our present moment.
    "

    For Syrian refugees in Greece, Israel is no longer the enemy
    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5473381,00.html
    https://archive.vn/nEAqa



    "Israel Directly Helping Muslims And Africans Invade Europe"
    https://youtu.be/HLbPSQx-I-I
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/73FsRbyNovPi

    --

    "The Anti-Defamation League, preaching equality, seeking tyrannical Jewish-American Supremacy"
    https://archive.vn/9EeXN

    The Anti-Defamation League, preaching equality, seeking tyrannical Jewish-American supremacy

    "The ADL statement claimed that anything said about George Soros is automatically anti-Semitic and demanded that FOX delete its milquetoast but truthful Soros story and warned than any mention of Soros should be deemed anti-Semitic. Murdoch, his sons, and their so-called journalists apparently saluted smartly and obeyed. That comes as no shock to someone who was banned from FOX for remarking on another undeniable fact – that Israel has corrupted and owns both houses of Congress using Jewish-American bribers as their surrogates."

    --

    https://archive.vn/CnXEc
    https://christiansfortruth.com/pro-abortion-jewish-senator-chuck-schumer-supports-anti-abortion-group-in-israel/

    Pro-Abortion Jewish Senator Chuck Schumer Supports Anti-Abortion Group In Israel

    --

    https://news.gallup.com/opinion/polling-matters/265898/american-jews-politics-israel.aspx
    archive.vn/u5Se5 - “American Jews, Politics and Israel”

    "
    95% of Jews have favorable views of Israel…

    "

    "
    Research conducted in 2013 by Pew showed that 76% of Jews (identified by religion) said they were at least somewhat emotionally attached to Israel. In addition, almost half said that caring about Israel is an essential part of being Jewish (with most of the rest saying it is important although not essential) and nearly half reported that they had personally traveled to Israel.
    "

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    Great post…

    You goddamn Nazi skinhead sumbitch!

  227. @Melissa
    I am an AirBnB host who's listing is currently blocked on the platform due to my not agreeing to ask all guests to wear masks and social distance. AirBnB are inserting themselves in how we run our properties, and now guests who can rent them.



    One of their emails to me:
    This is Shazana from the Host Support team at Airbnb. I just left you a voicemail, and I’m reaching out because your account’s calendar is currently blocked for new reservations because you have not agreed to Airbnb’s COVID-19 safety practices, which we’ve recently updated.


    If you’re ready to agree to the practices and get back to hosting, please let us know if you’d like support from me and my team. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.


    To learn more and agree, visit: https://www.airbnb.com/hosting/covid19safety OR you can Log into your Airbnb account - Choose Manage Listings - A pop-up page will appear - Click on "Get Started"

    Their site:
    Agree to COVID-19 safety practices, to continue hosting
    All hosts are now required to agree to our COVID-19 safety practices. If you don’t agree by Nov 20, 2020, your calendar may be blocked and guests may be unable to book future reservations. Learn more
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    COVID-19 safety practices
    We’ll continue to update these requirements as the science evolves. Here’s what we’re requiring all hosts to agree to:
    Wear a mask and practice social distancing
    When interacting in person, hosts and guests must wear a mask and maintain 6 feet (2 meters) of distance from each other at all times
    Follow Airbnb’s 5-step enhanced cleaning process
    We're now requiring all hosts to follow a 5-step enhanced cleaning process. This is based on Airbnb’s cleaning handbook, which was developed in partnership with experts.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @CelestiaQuesta, @InnerCynic, @possumman, @Harry Flashman

    Agree to their demands…..and then ignore them. Fuck ’em if they can’t take a joke.

  228. Michelle, please contact me. I have a gorgeous rental in the Florida Keys we would love to rent to your family. 3 br 2.5 baths panoramic views on the water.

    • Replies: @Michelle Malkin
    @Conch

    Thanks so much - my email is michellemalkininvestigates @ protonmail . com - look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your support!

  229. @Gary Lynch
    @Dallas Rockford

    #Americafirst "Patriots"?

    It's not patriotic to advocate for sedition or insurrection, honey. It's also not patriotic to sympathize with White Nationalist groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and 3 Percenters. It's not patriotic to support a draft dodging, narcissistic, arrogant, incurious and pathologically lying psychopath just because he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.

    You're a racist piece of trash lady. Nothing "patriotic" about your version of America.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Conch

    Gary you need to do research on the groups you hate-the media told you to hate them so you follow suit without checking.
    Yet, democrats support Antifa.
    Compare the groups you were ordered to hate with Antifa 1) # of people group killed 2) \$ of damage group did 3) what they stand for.
    You will find that you are hating the wrong group/side.

    • Replies: @Avery
    @Conch

    {-the media told you to hate them so you follow suit without checking.}

    How do you know "Gary Lynch" is not media, you know, spreading hate just because it's his job?

    He is using all the code words that MSM has been instructed to disseminate by the Ministry of Truth:

    "sedition".
    "insurrection".
    "White Nationalist". (Katy bar the door and hide the children: here come the "White Nationalists")

    "draft dodging": so was the idol of the Democrats/Left, Bill Clinton, for example: not that there is anything wrong with it, as Seinfeld famously used to say.
    As far as draft dodging: Trump would have been of the age to be sent to Vietnam: a war of aggression on a country that had not attacked US. We now know that the Maddox incident never happened: it was a lie manufactured to give reason to attack Vietnam.
    We now know that POTUS Johnson knew that the war was lost years before the end, and yet chose to send more American Yutes to the meat-grinder, because he did not want to be blamed for, quote, "Losing Vietnam". 10s of 1,000 American young men were sent to be killed needlessly 10,000 miles away from America for the hubris of a real pathologically lying psychopath (....and millions of Vietnamese).

    "pathologically lying psychopath": you are describing your typical American career politician. We are shocked, shocked. btw: Trump was neither.

    "he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.": he tried to keep people from all over the world just walking across the US border -- 100s of 1,000s of them per year -- and establishing residence in US. btw: "Gary" how many of those downtrodden MS-13 illegal "migrants" from El Salvador are currently living under your generous roof?
    And Trump was never against (legal) immigration.

    Poster boys & girls of the Democratic Party:

    [Conservative journalist attacked by Antifa protesters speaks out]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLgKN1ij8eM

  230. @Conch
    Michelle, please contact me. I have a gorgeous rental in the Florida Keys we would love to rent to your family. 3 br 2.5 baths panoramic views on the water.

    Replies: @Michelle Malkin

    Thanks so much – my email is michellemalkininvestigates @ protonmail . com – look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your support!

  231. @Conch
    @Gary Lynch

    Gary you need to do research on the groups you hate-the media told you to hate them so you follow suit without checking.
    Yet, democrats support Antifa.
    Compare the groups you were ordered to hate with Antifa 1) # of people group killed 2) $ of damage group did 3) what they stand for.
    You will find that you are hating the wrong group/side.

    Replies: @Avery

    {-the media told you to hate them so you follow suit without checking.}

    How do you know “Gary Lynch” is not media, you know, spreading hate just because it’s his job?

    He is using all the code words that MSM has been instructed to disseminate by the Ministry of Truth:

    “sedition”.
    “insurrection”.
    “White Nationalist”. (Katy bar the door and hide the children: here come the “White Nationalists”)

    “draft dodging”: so was the idol of the Democrats/Left, Bill Clinton, for example: not that there is anything wrong with it, as Seinfeld famously used to say.
    As far as draft dodging: Trump would have been of the age to be sent to Vietnam: a war of aggression on a country that had not attacked US. We now know that the Maddox incident never happened: it was a lie manufactured to give reason to attack Vietnam.
    We now know that POTUS Johnson knew that the war was lost years before the end, and yet chose to send more American Yutes to the meat-grinder, because he did not want to be blamed for, quote, “Losing Vietnam”. 10s of 1,000 American young men were sent to be killed needlessly 10,000 miles away from America for the hubris of a real pathologically lying psychopath (….and millions of Vietnamese).

    “pathologically lying psychopath”: you are describing your typical American career politician. We are shocked, shocked. btw: Trump was neither.

    “he wants to keep immigrants out of the country.”: he tried to keep people from all over the world just walking across the US border — 100s of 1,000s of them per year — and establishing residence in US. btw: “Gary” how many of those downtrodden MS-13 illegal “migrants” from El Salvador are currently living under your generous roof?
    And Trump was never against (legal) immigration.

    Poster boys & girls of the Democratic Party:

    [Conservative journalist attacked by Antifa protesters speaks out]

  232. @Honeybuckets
    I'm a pretty successful IT professional and a conservative who loves Michelle Maulkin and a number of the other conservative authors and speakers.
    My wife is a Hispanic Mexican\American who also loves the conservative view.... So clearly we are the white-supremacists who money you'll not see.

    Stupid is as stupid does.
    Cheers!

    Replies: @Benny

    Your wife is a traitor, do you know what Trump said about Mexicans?! No empire lasts forever. Remember that.

  233. As a photographer, I just wanted to say that your top photo on this story isa 100% perfection: white blouse, wrist, muscle tone in right arm, hair, etc. Make this your goto head shot for your next book or blog. You are so feminine. Keep up the fight. Thank you.

  234. @Joe Paluka
    @Poupon Marx

    There is an old joke about that's how lawyers are conceived.

    Replies: @Poupon Marx

    I gave birth to one yesterday that was oversize. Almost overflowed the commode. I believe it was a Supine Court Judge or Attorney General.

  235. @Robert Dolan
    @Trinity

    Michelle used to be a frequent guest on Fox and other conservative outlets before they put her on the bad list.

    Her criticism of open borders was one thing....but siding with white people makes her a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

    Like I said before, with her looks and talent she could have been the lead on Fox if she had been willing to cuck.

    Replies: @Trinity, @Poupon Marx

    You nailed it. She subbed for that poltroon, Bill O’Reilly one episode. She was so strongly and forcefully right side and militant that they banned her from ever coming on again. She is a firebrand!! What a package!

    Go to JewYouTube and in Search type: Michell Malkin Fox News. Look at the titles!! This woman has a will of iron-no tungsten-and a first rate intellect. 99 pounds of ferocity; no prisoners.

  236. What big tech service companies like Airbnb, Facebook, Twitter, etc. do to curtail freedom of expression can border on cruel, in times of normality. But this is war time nowadays, and there are going to be casualties. The war is about defeating and destroying once and for all the white supremacist notions that the likes of Michelle Malkin, Jared Taylor, and Richard Spence that existed in america for much of its history. From a practical perspective, it’s an impossible fiction to abide by in this day and age of mass population movement and migration (the world has shrunk!). And from a moral perspective it’s just plain ugly and savage. So, although I am disturbed by these assaults, in the abstract, on our constitutionally protected rights, it’s hard not to feel a perverse pleasure when a white supremacist warrior takes a few arrows in the buttocks as this war proceeds. It represents painful incremental progress toward burying the old american regime. I must confess I’m a bit conflicted by it though.

    Just as I am with regards to my stand on the hot-button issues of the moment. Like Jared Taylor and many others of his ilk, I am against any forced vax program and the vax they’re pushing, as I am in agreement with regard to the rigging of the 2020 election, and believe that all lives matter…as far as any anonymous life matters. For me, being in the same camp in these matters as people I am absolutely opposed to is also conflicting and disturbing. It’s a shame the msm and politicians have successfully associated “vaccine freethinker” and 2020 election skeptics with far right white lunatics, but the white far right itself makes that an easy task. And no doubt there’s a significant portion of the population who accepted the vax (and the election) so as to avoid the optics of associating with white supremacists. I’ve been tempted to accept it too, essentially for the same reason of association. I have nightmares of a post-great reset world that consists of vaxxed and compliant, and in the other an underground of deplorables, white nationalist refuse, and the defiant unvaxxed. And being of the last category (unvaxxed) I’d be condemned to a life along side the deplorables. The thought gives me chills…such that if it ever came to that (being cast off with the deplorables as punishment for not taking the shot), I’d probably change my mind and take the shot!

  237. @Jack76
    What about the homeowners who use the services of Airbnb to advertise and support their home rentals? This type of action will negatively affect thousands of people trying to rent these properties.
    I have an Airbnb account, but will now focus on using VRBO or local property managers for my vacation rental needs.

    Replies: @bike-anarkist

    Financial incentive to go full batshit crazy for feudalism!
    In Nelson BC, over 30% of properties are rentals, 80% used as AirBnB.

  238. @Bat-Harim
    As a host of a guest house, I can tell you I'm not a fan of airbnb and had been thinking of dropping them for both political and practical reasons. We tend to affiliate mostly with booking.com or via word of mouth. Now that borders are opening up, we invite you, Michelle, and your husband to visit our guest house in the hills of the Galilee in Israel! Stay strong! www.bat-harim.com

    Replies: @bike-anarkist

    She probably won’t.
    It is stolen land.

  239. I just cancelled Airbnb. This oppression of all things conservative must stop…

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @JimmyJames

    Agreed. But we should boycott, protest, and destroy corporations (not actual living human beings) that presume to punish or exclude Americans for ANY political, religious, or social belief or conduct in their private lives, not just "conservative."

  240. @ANevskyUSA
    I love how diverse and inclusive white supremacy is nowadays.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    I love how you dishonestly and incoherently call non-white people “white supremacists.”

  241. @JimmyJames
    I just cancelled Airbnb. This oppression of all things conservative must stop...

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Agreed. But we should boycott, protest, and destroy corporations (not actual living human beings) that presume to punish or exclude Americans for ANY political, religious, or social belief or conduct in their private lives, not just “conservative.”

  242. @RadicalCenter
    @Sarita

    You know so much about being Pinay that you don’t even know the word Pinay, or that a woman from the Philippines, like my beloved wife, is a Filipina or Pinay. A man is FilipinO or Pinoy.

    As for Malkin hating people of other races, because of their race, she’s married to someone of two different races, as Ashkenazim are substantially White European (usually mostly Italian) and Semitic/Middle Eastern, and she speaks out against anti-white discrimination and anti-white hatred.

    Thanks for your expertise all the way around. Salamat Po! (Look that up)

    Replies: @Exile

    Ashkepaths are no more European than Michelle Malkin is “American.” They are a persistent and hostile alien presence that has been resisted and repeatedly rejected throughout European history for very good reasons – similar to those for which Malkin says she opposes immigration to “her” country.

    Ashkenazim are the most wealthy, committed and influential racial/ethnic group in supporting everything that Michelle says she opposes.

    Mixed-race Jews strongly tend to identify with their Jewish roots – google what Jews say about this, don’t take my racist word for it.

    Immigration is a racial issue. Opposing immigration on merely civic nationalist grounds is incoherent, self-defeating and leaves a very welcoming wide-open door to entryism by White-presenting Ashkepaths who want to lecture White Americans about “our democracy” and “our values” from either the Left or Right. See neoconservatism and neoliberalism. Neo is a euphemism/evasion for “Judaized.”

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    @Exile

    Being jewish is no different than the "one drop" rule which is used to define negroes.
    The problem is that jews are like chameleons, unlike negroes who cannot change their color.
    Jews can choose to be white when it suits them or be jewish when the "persecution complex" is needed, usually to justify their criminal behavior.

  243. @Exile
    @RadicalCenter

    Ashkepaths are no more European than Michelle Malkin is "American." They are a persistent and hostile alien presence that has been resisted and repeatedly rejected throughout European history for very good reasons - similar to those for which Malkin says she opposes immigration to "her" country.

    Ashkenazim are the most wealthy, committed and influential racial/ethnic group in supporting everything that Michelle says she opposes.

    Mixed-race Jews strongly tend to identify with their Jewish roots - google what Jews say about this, don't take my racist word for it.

    Immigration is a racial issue. Opposing immigration on merely civic nationalist grounds is incoherent, self-defeating and leaves a very welcoming wide-open door to entryism by White-presenting Ashkepaths who want to lecture White Americans about "our democracy" and "our values" from either the Left or Right. See neoconservatism and neoliberalism. Neo is a euphemism/evasion for "Judaized."

    Replies: @anarchyst

    Being jewish is no different than the “one drop” rule which is used to define negroes.
    The problem is that jews are like chameleons, unlike negroes who cannot change their color.
    Jews can choose to be white when it suits them or be jewish when the “persecution complex” is needed, usually to justify their criminal behavior.

  244. I wish there were more courageous people like Michelle Malkin around. What Airbnb did to her is disgusting and cowardly. Typical of the weak, woke corporate mob that absolutely will not tolerate common sense.

  245. My life goal is to make it on both the SPLC list and the ADL list.

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