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PK NOTE: Their Lives Matter Too. It’s a book you must pick up. Names you’ve never encountered, stories you’ve never read about, all for one, unmentionable reason: black on white murder. We were never supposed to notice what’s happening. We were never supposed to catalogue the names and tell their stories. But we did. But we have. Their Lives Matter Too.

Trust me. You’ll never, ever read the the name Christoper Duane Stewart again.

In fact, this will probably be the only place you’ll encounter the name of Christopher Stewart again.

He served his country in the U.S. Army in a tour of Afghanistan and then came back home to attend the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.

He was white male.

He was murdered by three blacks, in a crime few outside of eastern North Carolina will ever read about. Not just murdered, but beaten to death with a 3-foot long pole. [TWO CHARGED WITH MURDER, THIRD SUSPECT WANTED IN DEATH OF UNCW STUDENT, WWAYTV.COM, April 15, 2020]:

PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Pender County Sheriff’s Office has made two arrests in the death of 23-year-old Christopher Duane Stewart, and investigators are searching for a third suspect.

“Today is a very important step in the long journey to get justice for Christopher Stewart,” District Attorney Ben David said. “By any objective measure, this was an especially heinous, atrocious and cruel murder.”

Myasia Nicole Morange, 18 of Council, and Raymond Lee Brooks, Jr., 33 also of Council, were arrested Tuesday and each charged with first degree murder.

The Pender County Sheriff’s Office said Morange and Brooks were arrested at their home in Bladen County.

Detectives are searching for a third suspect, Brandon Tyrell Chambers, 21, of Willard, NC, who also faces a charge of first degree murder.

Search warrants reveal the three suspects allegedly stole $1,500 from Stewart, along with his phone and keys. The warrants also say the suspects beat Stewart with a 3-ft. long pole.

It’s unclear what led up to Stewart’s death, and how he died.

“Information seems like it’s slow to come out,” Pender County Sheriff Alan Cutler said. “It’s to protect the integrity of the case, and that’s what has been done, and that seemed to have paid off.”

Morange and Brooks are charged with first degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit armed robbery with a dangerous weapon. Both are being held under no bond at the Pender County Jail.

“It is death penalty eligible under the terms of the statute,” David said. “So what we did at the first appearances this morning, is make sure both defendants are being held without bond.”

Detectives say Morange and Brooks are brother and sister. They think Chambers is an acquaintance.

Following Tuesday’s arrest, Stewart’s family shared the following statement:

ORDER IT NOW

“On behalf of our family, we are very grateful for all that have helped share his story, prayed and supported our family during this tragedy. We appreciate all of the love and kind words that have been sent to us. We are so proud of everything he achieved, and all the lives he touched. We will announce service arrangements once they can be made officially.”

Stewart was a UNCW student who was obtaining a degree in criminal justice and forensics psychology. He also served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in the US Army and then continued his military career in the Army Reserve.

Christopher Stewart was a white male who served his country and did a tour of duty in Afghanistan. He came home to attend college and was murdered by three blacks.

You’ll only read his name here.

 
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  1. so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white — what else is new — this will be my last comment on this website — you have not published my last comment — “comment awaiting moderation”– bullshit censorship — i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments — only american renaissance is worse at censorship —

    • Replies: @WSG
    I couldn't agree more. I have at least 5 comments awaiting moderation. It's infuriating.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    He's not published one of mine either, and I don't comment here much - but he's still doing a sterling job, documenting the deaths that would otherwise go straight down the media memory-hole.

    Alas the UK equivalent, The Fallen List, hasn't been updated since 2012. Maybe it got too depressing, or it felt pointless in the face of the media disinformation machine. But it's not pointless. More power to your elbow, Paul.
    , @KenH

    only american renaissance is worse at censorship —
     
    Isn't it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms? And most of these people are on their side.

    My comments will also probably be "awaiting moderation" forever.

    , @Jim in Jersey
    Personally, I don’t understand how censorship/moderation is handled on this site but if I were to grade it, I’d say ‘poorly’.

    Many times I’ve posted non-inflammatory comments only to see them still waiting hours later.

    I don’t know if they are individually halted or as some have suggested ‘fall through the cracks’ but here’s what I do.

    Whenever I locate a comment in distress, I copy it in it’s entirety and repost it as I did the first time.

    9 times out of 10, the comment goes through. If it doesn’t, I look to see if something I wrote could be misconstrued as a ‘call to violence’ or some such nonsense.... it seems actual violence by blacks is tolerated more than ‘calls to violence’... but for the most part, that solves all my issues.

    Give it a try.

    Problem is, Kersey is silent on this site and there are no guidelines or input from above. We are left to wonder and wondering leads to conspiracies. When voices are silenced, those voices tend to leave.
    , @The OverSeer
    All comments await moderation. Don’t take it so personal.
    , @jayson
    I guarantee you YouTube is worse on censorship. I have more than 4 hours of video showing definitive proof of shadowbanning. Each video is only about 2 minutes long concerning one or two post and I log into my account to show the post where on my account it appears as if it posted but when you sign out and go to a guest account and go back to the video where the comment was placed and it's not there.

    On the videos I sign back into my account and it shows up again but the problem is it only shows up to me. If you have definitive proof of censorship worse than what I'm experiencing on YouTube I would love to see it. I can't even copy and paste certain content from The New York Times.

    They are shadowbanning me on posts that are nothing but a link to crime statistics. I can post hateful rhetoric like telling someone to crawl back inside their mother's puss-filled diseased rancid womb but I can't calmly and in an exceedingly friendly and polite manner cite actual numbers and link to the FBI DOJ Bureau Of Justice statistics.

    I can't point out that Muslims are 1% of the United States population and account for 24% of all domestic terrorism and if they were 3% of the country committing domestic terrorism at the current rates they would have accounted for the overwhelming majority of domestic terrorism while only comprising 3% of the population.

    Even worse than 13% of the country committing more than 50% of the murder. That is another statistic that I will be shadowbanned for if I post it or attempt to post it because it's gotten so bad we're at a point now where YouTube might as well start posting my fucking comments for me.

    If you think this place is anywhere near the level of censorship from the alphabet company you are absolutely delusional. Again I have around 4 hours videos that are 2 minutes or less. That is more than four hundred instances of my comments being censored and shadowbanning me and I have only been documenting it for about a week and a half and I'm not documenting every instance. I could literally get eight hours of video in the next 12 hours if I chose to. I literally can get that much video evidence it is irrefutable it's not up for debate.
  2. Anonymous[338] • Disclaimer says:

    Might not be a bad idea to drive around the block a few times after leaving a bank. I’d say stay out of areas where there are blacks, but they are everywhere. Be alert. Even coming home late at night, make sure no one is following you. Scary days, for sure.

    • Replies: @The OverSeer
    And always be armed. He had a military background yet didn’t know the enemy is blacks and prepare for them like You did in Afghanistan.
  3. He was very handsome. Damn shame.

  4. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    I couldn’t agree more. I have at least 5 comments awaiting moderation. It’s infuriating.

  5. Hmmm. He had $1,500 on him and he was meeting some no-account negroes for an as yet undisclosed purpose.

    From one of the articles:

    “When asked if drugs were involved in the case, [DA] David said he must also refrain from discussing that issue now, as it is ‘something that will be introduced in the courtroom, but not before.’”

    And he was a criminal justice major…

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    You’re assuming.

    Stop it.
  6. Not much information. Nothing to give the usual suspects reason to jump in with “ its all the victim’s fault because ………”

  7. ‘… Search warrants reveal the three suspects allegedly stole $1,500 from Stewart, along with his phone and keys…’

    I could be wrong, but this sounds a lot like yet another case of someone attempting to do business with blacks (buying a car?) and paying the price. The victims in these stories always have black friends, or are trying to sell blacks something, or buy something, or have adopted a black child, or whatever. They’ve entered into some kind of voluntary transaction with blacks.

    You never want anything to do with blacks — ever. It’s not complicated.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Piglet

    You never want anything to do with blacks — ever. It’s not complicated.
     
    Sometimes you just can't avoid them. At one time when I was in the Army, I was the only white guy in the barracks. In order to have an "all-soul barracks," they christened me an "honorary n*gga" (certainly a dubious "honor") and tried to teach me how to do "the dap" (the elaborate handshakes that were popular at the time and seemed to change each week) but it was no use. As a white boy, I had no rhythym.

    F0rtunately they didn't view me as a threat to their "way of life," much of which consisted of smoking and shooting up drugs. I'd walk in and find them shooting up, and they didn't even have enough to sense to lock the door before doing so. By the way, the skinny ties the Army used to issue back then (mid-70s) were great for tying off one's arm before inserting a needle.

    Most of them were eventually discovered by unit drug tests and tossed out of the Army. If the Army had tossed out all of its dopers back then, there wouldn't have been much of an Army left. After I got out and went back to college, it was much the same there -- a great many students, if not most, were doing dope, and back then my college was mostly white, except for the dindus brought it to play for the university's basketball team.
    , @John Knox
    Thats just blaming the victim.

    Have some fucking class you degenerate.
    , @Alden
    It’s impossible to avoid blacks if you have a job. Every employer in the country is under judicial orders to hire blacks.
  8. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    He’s not published one of mine either, and I don’t comment here much – but he’s still doing a sterling job, documenting the deaths that would otherwise go straight down the media memory-hole.

    Alas the UK equivalent, The Fallen List, hasn’t been updated since 2012. Maybe it got too depressing, or it felt pointless in the face of the media disinformation machine. But it’s not pointless. More power to your elbow, Paul.

    • Agree: Meretricious
  9. 1911, Never leave home without it.

    • Agree: The OverSeer
    • LOL: Gunga Din
    • Replies: @Mark in MI
    I prefer my H&K as a carry piece. It has a bigger stomach :)
  10. How sad. I would venture to say that there are many parts of America that are more dangerous than Afghanistan

  11. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    only american renaissance is worse at censorship —

    Isn’t it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms? And most of these people are on their side.

    My comments will also probably be “awaiting moderation” forever.

    • Replies: @Love Street
    I don’t think he censors comments, I think some slip through the cracks and forgotten about.Then he moves on to the next article. I’ve seen graphic and hard hitting comments on here that I thought for sure would not be published but are there.
    , @jbwilson24
    "Isn’t it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms?"

    Jared Taylor is a complete and utter twit.

    He utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.
  12. The Left which has a strangle hold on our culture has now made blacks murdering whites not worth reporting. We are about to enter an era where those crimes will be not worth investigating.

    • Replies: @The OverSeer
    And so we must adapt and become judge, jury and executioner all done in a few seconds. Stay armed.
  13. He didn’t “serve his country”. He served Israel. Cop and soldier worship has to go.

    • Agree: Colin Wright, neutral
    • Disagree: RickTen99
    • Replies: @stray
    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.
    , @SStuka88
    OK, Johnny Smoggins, let's try to follow your warped logic train here. Because Israel may have benefitted from Stewart's service, post hoc ergo propter hoc, Stewart should not be recognized for his service in the military. Recognizing someone's service in the military or law enforcement does not a worshiper make. Moreover, neither members of the military or law enforcement make national policy or domestic and civil law. They simply implement or enforce them respectively. Judging by your thoughtless post, I can't help but think that you, for some crazed and upside-down reasoning (more at non-reasoning), think it's OK for street thugs to kill people. Or, maybe you think that they might be entitled because of their race (Negro) and the victim was Caucasian. Whatever the genus of your twisted logic, it's still sadly sick. Seek help, you need it.
  14. Anonymous[212] • Disclaimer says:

    When was the last time a white teenage girl was charged with murdering a young veteran by beating him to death with a pole as in this case? Most of our liberal betters take the violence and criminality of young black males for granted, even if they avoid acknowledging it exists out loud. However, they are still clueless regarding the comparable bloodlust of the young female of the subspecies.

  15. @KenH

    only american renaissance is worse at censorship —
     
    Isn't it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms? And most of these people are on their side.

    My comments will also probably be "awaiting moderation" forever.

    I don’t think he censors comments, I think some slip through the cracks and forgotten about.Then he moves on to the next article. I’ve seen graphic and hard hitting comments on here that I thought for sure would not be published but are there.

    • Agree: The OverSeer
    • Replies: @KenH
    Maybe but this doesn't happen on any other thread except Steve Sailer's. Two years ago Steve must have thought I said some naughty things and now my comments sometimes take two days to appear or not at all.
  16. @Oscar Peterson
    Hmmm. He had $1,500 on him and he was meeting some no-account negroes for an as yet undisclosed purpose.

    From one of the articles:

    "When asked if drugs were involved in the case, [DA] David said he must also refrain from discussing that issue now, as it is 'something that will be introduced in the courtroom, but not before.'”

    And he was a criminal justice major...

    You’re assuming.

    Stop it.

    • Agree: Meretricious
  17. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    Personally, I don’t understand how censorship/moderation is handled on this site but if I were to grade it, I’d say ‘poorly’.

    Many times I’ve posted non-inflammatory comments only to see them still waiting hours later.

    I don’t know if they are individually halted or as some have suggested ‘fall through the cracks’ but here’s what I do.

    Whenever I locate a comment in distress, I copy it in it’s entirety and repost it as I did the first time.

    9 times out of 10, the comment goes through. If it doesn’t, I look to see if something I wrote could be misconstrued as a ‘call to violence’ or some such nonsense…. it seems actual violence by blacks is tolerated more than ‘calls to violence’… but for the most part, that solves all my issues.

    Give it a try.

    Problem is, Kersey is silent on this site and there are no guidelines or input from above. We are left to wonder and wondering leads to conspiracies. When voices are silenced, those voices tend to leave.

    • Agree: The OverSeer
  18. @Love Street
    I don’t think he censors comments, I think some slip through the cracks and forgotten about.Then he moves on to the next article. I’ve seen graphic and hard hitting comments on here that I thought for sure would not be published but are there.

    Maybe but this doesn’t happen on any other thread except Steve Sailer’s. Two years ago Steve must have thought I said some naughty things and now my comments sometimes take two days to appear or not at all.

  19. Paul, FYI
    https://onemileatatime.com/south-african-airways-firing-staff/

    An almost fully industrialized country few decades ago can’t even support a national airline any more.

    As November election approaches, I am sensing a increasing angst among my white liberal friends about prospects off upcoming black run America, you are going to see increased talk from their types about putting someone like Elizabeth Warren as unity Veep candidate, that ain’t going to fly with black leaders who have to keep their creed in the community.

    Wonder how many national airlines will be left in America in a couple of decades?

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    Biden has already said he is looking to choose a woman of color as his VP, so people are floating Harris, that fat gap toothed slob Abrams, and praying for Michelle Obama, because identity politics is more important than qualifications. No matter who he decides on, they most likely will end up running the country in 12-18 months if he's elected, due to him being in the early stages of dementia.
    , @Kim
    There is a relevant and detailed article on Amren at the monent on how the jackals took down Rhodesia.

    https://www.amren.com/commentary/2020/04/zimbabwe-robert-mugabe-inflation-white-farmers-crime/

  20. “Stewart was a UNCW student who was obtaining a degree in criminal justice and forensics psychology. He also served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in the US Army and then continued his military career in the Army Reserve. ”

    Most surely then, Stewart had contact with Dr. Mike Adams, professor of Criminology at UNC-W.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Adams_(columnist)

    So, I wonder what Dr. Adams has to say about all of this.

    https://uncw.edu/soccrm/mikeadams.html

    • Replies: @Alden
    Thanks. I love Mike Adams and his exposure of academic anti White racism.
  21. @Johnny Smoggins
    He didn't "serve his country". He served Israel. Cop and soldier worship has to go.

    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.

    • Agree: AR in Illinois
    • Replies: @Former Liberal
    Stray, I too served the Empire, as a Marine. Like the deceased probably was, I was brainwashed about how we were fighting to preserve " freedom" overseas. Gulf War One and some other places sure opened my eyes! I don't wish death on anyone. It really angers me that a fellow veteran was killed by bottom feeding scum. But please look at the truth. Isreal receives at least 3.5 billion a year in aid from us. The U.S.Liberty attack by Isreal during the Six Day War was not an accident. I agree the Army veteran's military service was described in a very crude way. Please check out some Philip Giraldi on this site, Alison Weir on her site " If Americans Knew", "The Truthseeker" and Henry Makow. By the way, I'm no National Socialist. My father's side of the family is Jewish and we did lose people in Europe in World War Two.
    , @D-FENS
    “ Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die.“

    Their efforts would not be missed. How can one say our politicians and our system are corrupt and then cheer on their overseas (soon to be domestic?) enforcers?
    , @Mr. Rational
    Just because someone "serves" in the military does not mean that they served in the interests of the United States of America or its citizens.  The military is identifiably infested by (((foreign interests))), and those who "serve" are not always acting in the intererests of the citizens of the USA.  We need to deny benefits to those who "served" only to get what they truly did not earn, and scrutinize others in detail.  Serving mashed potatoes or shit on a shingle for a few years should get pay, a "thank you" and a ticket home.
    , @Anonymous

    Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die.
     
    I'm going to take you perhaps a bit more seriously than you probably thought your intentional hyperbole would be taken. I do this because, IMHO, "forget it let the morons die" is probably on the way. The establishment and much of the population have pretty much lost their legitimacy, and might just lose their financial structure. That would mean military units without pay or food or anybody legitimately owed service -- as in the old USSR after 1990 or so.

    Remember that military units aren't self supporting but, while they will forage and maraud if that's their only way of staying alive, prefer to protect groups that are economically self sustaining and that the military members can eventually retire into. Even soldiers know there is a future, although most of the time it's so bad that they don't want to think about it.

    So, if faced with a dacoit military unit, a community might try seeing if the dacoit unit could be converted from foraging over to defense of a community that will at least give the soldiers rations. Sort of a "win - win" if the commander and command structure is any good, because the converted troops will, if permitted, defend the group that feeds them. Please remember this, you might need it.
  22. He served the U.S. Government’s interests overseas, this is literally what he fought for. I don’t particularly see the problem with letting people get exactly what they want. When you agree to fight for the government you agree to help further their aims by force. What happened to him is objectively their aims.

    • Replies: @Augustus
    "What happened to him is objectively their aims."

    You think the government wanted him murdered by blacks? You're really not very bright.

  23. Anon[377] • Disclaimer says:

    Guys,
    Reading the article makes me want to reiterate: if you are buying something from someone off facebook, letgo, or whatever website…..meet in the parking lot of your local police department for your safety and theirs. Insist on it. Tell the buyer or seller you always do it that way, even with friends (friends can be carjacked). The police department’s parking lot will be surveilled, and any cries for help will bring a very quick response. Its unfortunate, but necessary these days.

  24. @indocon
    Paul, FYI
    https://onemileatatime.com/south-african-airways-firing-staff/

    An almost fully industrialized country few decades ago can't even support a national airline any more.

    As November election approaches, I am sensing a increasing angst among my white liberal friends about prospects off upcoming black run America, you are going to see increased talk from their types about putting someone like Elizabeth Warren as unity Veep candidate, that ain't going to fly with black leaders who have to keep their creed in the community.

    Wonder how many national airlines will be left in America in a couple of decades?

    Biden has already said he is looking to choose a woman of color as his VP, so people are floating Harris, that fat gap toothed slob Abrams, and praying for Michelle Obama, because identity politics is more important than qualifications. No matter who he decides on, they most likely will end up running the country in 12-18 months if he’s elected, due to him being in the early stages of dementia.

    • Replies: @Loren
    kamala is indian, yes? mixed?

    also

    just for laffs

    ue to the lockdown measures put in place to combat the Wuhan coronavirus, illegal drug shortages have increased both prices and tensions among French dealers.

    Local drug traffickers across France have adapted, and some have begun selling through mobile apps like Snapchat and Whatsapp, as well as organising deliveries in local supermarkets and their car parks.

    In many areas, such as the no-go Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis, street-level drug dealing has all but vanished. However, districts in cities like Lyon have seen a resurgence in drug trafficking, Le Parisien reports.

    French Gangs Engage in Machete Street Brawl Despite Lockdown https://t.co/JceefaovAO

    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) April 3, 2020
    , @Pat Kittle
    You're right -- (((Biden's overlords))) are working out his replacement, possibly even before the election.

    Lately (((media))) trial balloons are being sent aloft with Cuomo's name on them.
  25. @Salmon Jones
    He served the U.S. Government's interests overseas, this is literally what he fought for. I don't particularly see the problem with letting people get exactly what they want. When you agree to fight for the government you agree to help further their aims by force. What happened to him is objectively their aims.

    “What happened to him is objectively their aims.”

    You think the government wanted him murdered by blacks? You’re really not very bright.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational

    You think the government wanted him murdered by blacks?
     
    That is objectively the outcome of what the government did.

    That is objectively what the government wanted.
  26. @Anonymous
    Might not be a bad idea to drive around the block a few times after leaving a bank. I’d say stay out of areas where there are blacks, but they are everywhere. Be alert. Even coming home late at night, make sure no one is following you. Scary days, for sure.

    And always be armed. He had a military background yet didn’t know the enemy is blacks and prepare for them like You did in Afghanistan.

    • Agree: Dave453
  27. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    "Stewart was a UNCW student who was obtaining a degree in criminal justice and forensics psychology. He also served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in the US Army and then continued his military career in the Army Reserve. "

    Most surely then, Stewart had contact with Dr. Mike Adams, professor of Criminology at UNC-W.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Adams_(columnist)

    So, I wonder what Dr. Adams has to say about all of this.

    https://uncw.edu/soccrm/mikeadams.html

    Thanks. I love Mike Adams and his exposure of academic anti White racism.

  28. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    All comments await moderation. Don’t take it so personal.

  29. @HT
    The Left which has a strangle hold on our culture has now made blacks murdering whites not worth reporting. We are about to enter an era where those crimes will be not worth investigating.

    And so we must adapt and become judge, jury and executioner all done in a few seconds. Stay armed.

  30. @stray
    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.

    Stray, I too served the Empire, as a Marine. Like the deceased probably was, I was brainwashed about how we were fighting to preserve ” freedom” overseas. Gulf War One and some other places sure opened my eyes! I don’t wish death on anyone. It really angers me that a fellow veteran was killed by bottom feeding scum. But please look at the truth. Isreal receives at least 3.5 billion a year in aid from us. The U.S.Liberty attack by Isreal during the Six Day War was not an accident. I agree the Army veteran’s military service was described in a very crude way. Please check out some Philip Giraldi on this site, Alison Weir on her site ” If Americans Knew”, “The Truthseeker” and Henry Makow. By the way, I’m no National Socialist. My father’s side of the family is Jewish and we did lose people in Europe in World War Two.

    • Replies: @Loren
    US Liberty cover up, LBJ may have been a secret jew.
    His wife as well.
    , @SoWe
    I did a year in Vietnam. That may have been what set me on the path I have been on since, seeking the truth. While there I began noticing things, and started asking questions, and the answers I got did not add up. By the time I got back from over there I had done a 180 in how I perceived things in this world. I saw how the military does NOT protect America, and has not for a long time. I realize saying that can result in tight jaws, but it is the truth. I have had people thank me for my "service", and I tell them I appreciate the sentiment, but the military has NOTHING to do with protecting America. As for LBJ, I have wondered if he and Golda Meir were siblings. Sure did look alike
  31. @Sick 'n Tired
    Biden has already said he is looking to choose a woman of color as his VP, so people are floating Harris, that fat gap toothed slob Abrams, and praying for Michelle Obama, because identity politics is more important than qualifications. No matter who he decides on, they most likely will end up running the country in 12-18 months if he's elected, due to him being in the early stages of dementia.

    kamala is indian, yes? mixed?

    also

    just for laffs

    ue to the lockdown measures put in place to combat the Wuhan coronavirus, illegal drug shortages have increased both prices and tensions among French dealers.

    Local drug traffickers across France have adapted, and some have begun selling through mobile apps like Snapchat and Whatsapp, as well as organising deliveries in local supermarkets and their car parks.

    In many areas, such as the no-go Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis, street-level drug dealing has all but vanished. However, districts in cities like Lyon have seen a resurgence in drug trafficking, Le Parisien reports.

    French Gangs Engage in Machete Street Brawl Despite Lockdown https://t.co/JceefaovAO

    — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) April 3, 2020

  32. @Former Liberal
    Stray, I too served the Empire, as a Marine. Like the deceased probably was, I was brainwashed about how we were fighting to preserve " freedom" overseas. Gulf War One and some other places sure opened my eyes! I don't wish death on anyone. It really angers me that a fellow veteran was killed by bottom feeding scum. But please look at the truth. Isreal receives at least 3.5 billion a year in aid from us. The U.S.Liberty attack by Isreal during the Six Day War was not an accident. I agree the Army veteran's military service was described in a very crude way. Please check out some Philip Giraldi on this site, Alison Weir on her site " If Americans Knew", "The Truthseeker" and Henry Makow. By the way, I'm no National Socialist. My father's side of the family is Jewish and we did lose people in Europe in World War Two.

    US Liberty cover up, LBJ may have been a secret jew.
    His wife as well.

    • Replies: @Love Street
    Yea LBJ sure behaved like one anyway.
    , @D-FENS
    My suspicion is that the Israelis must have known or feared that the Liberty picked up a transmission regarding the nuclear warheads they planned to use as doomsday devices if their surprise attack on Egypt failed and the Egyptians were threatening to cross the Israeli border. Those nuclear weapons were fashioned from highly enriched uranium stolen around 1965 from a Pennsylvania plant that fabricated fuel elements for US Navy nuclear submarines. At the time, the Atomic Energy Commission suspected diversion but had no proof. Israel had no uranium enrichment capability at the time.

    I think this explains the Liberty attack better than either the Egyptian POW massacre (which happened the day after the Liberty attack) or a supposed attempt to get the US to attack Egypt (Israel had complete supremacy in the Sinai by then).

    Further, those warheads would have been deployed in a region of the Sinai close to where the Liberty was stationed.
  33. @erich
    so 3 black thugs murdered an innocent white -- what else is new -- this will be my last comment on this website -- you have not published my last comment -- "comment awaiting moderation"-- bullshit censorship -- i am very disappointed in you paul and this has not been the only time you have censored my comments -- only american renaissance is worse at censorship --

    I guarantee you YouTube is worse on censorship. I have more than 4 hours of video showing definitive proof of shadowbanning. Each video is only about 2 minutes long concerning one or two post and I log into my account to show the post where on my account it appears as if it posted but when you sign out and go to a guest account and go back to the video where the comment was placed and it’s not there.

    On the videos I sign back into my account and it shows up again but the problem is it only shows up to me. If you have definitive proof of censorship worse than what I’m experiencing on YouTube I would love to see it. I can’t even copy and paste certain content from The New York Times.

    They are shadowbanning me on posts that are nothing but a link to crime statistics. I can post hateful rhetoric like telling someone to crawl back inside their mother’s puss-filled diseased rancid womb but I can’t calmly and in an exceedingly friendly and polite manner cite actual numbers and link to the FBI DOJ Bureau Of Justice statistics.

    I can’t point out that Muslims are 1% of the United States population and account for 24% of all domestic terrorism and if they were 3% of the country committing domestic terrorism at the current rates they would have accounted for the overwhelming majority of domestic terrorism while only comprising 3% of the population.

    Even worse than 13% of the country committing more than 50% of the murder. That is another statistic that I will be shadowbanned for if I post it or attempt to post it because it’s gotten so bad we’re at a point now where YouTube might as well start posting my fucking comments for me.

    If you think this place is anywhere near the level of censorship from the alphabet company you are absolutely delusional. Again I have around 4 hours videos that are 2 minutes or less. That is more than four hundred instances of my comments being censored and shadowbanning me and I have only been documenting it for about a week and a half and I’m not documenting every instance. I could literally get eight hours of video in the next 12 hours if I chose to. I literally can get that much video evidence it is irrefutable it’s not up for debate.

  34. @KenH

    only american renaissance is worse at censorship —
     
    Isn't it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms? And most of these people are on their side.

    My comments will also probably be "awaiting moderation" forever.

    “Isn’t it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms?”

    Jared Taylor is a complete and utter twit.

    He utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.

    • Agree: Jim Bob Lassiter
    • Replies: @cyrusthevirus
    I was heaved off that site sometime ago and could not get answer as to why --- I can only think it's comments I made about our (((overlords))) ---I tried to grovel and offer 6 million apologies sadly to no avail !!!
    , @Pat Kittle

    He [Jared Taylor] utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.
     
    AmRen banned me years ago, sending 100's of my comments down the memory hole. Why? I criticized the Chosen People.

    Over the past year more & more such criticism has appeared in AmRen comments. And now AmRen has done away with comments altogether.

    As for Paul Kersey, he's censored a few of my comments here at the Unz Review, but for the most part he doesn't.

    Though Jared & Paul are obviously controlled opposition, they aren't hasbara. I figure the niche they fill is useful. Not everyone can swallow the red pill whole.

  35. @Johnny Smoggins
    He didn't "serve his country". He served Israel. Cop and soldier worship has to go.

    OK, Johnny Smoggins, let’s try to follow your warped logic train here. Because Israel may have benefitted from Stewart’s service, post hoc ergo propter hoc, Stewart should not be recognized for his service in the military. Recognizing someone’s service in the military or law enforcement does not a worshiper make. Moreover, neither members of the military or law enforcement make national policy or domestic and civil law. They simply implement or enforce them respectively. Judging by your thoughtless post, I can’t help but think that you, for some crazed and upside-down reasoning (more at non-reasoning), think it’s OK for street thugs to kill people. Or, maybe you think that they might be entitled because of their race (Negro) and the victim was Caucasian. Whatever the genus of your twisted logic, it’s still sadly sick. Seek help, you need it.

  36. @Loren
    US Liberty cover up, LBJ may have been a secret jew.
    His wife as well.

    Yea LBJ sure behaved like one anyway.

  37. @Colin Wright
    '... Search warrants reveal the three suspects allegedly stole $1,500 from Stewart, along with his phone and keys...'

    I could be wrong, but this sounds a lot like yet another case of someone attempting to do business with blacks (buying a car?) and paying the price. The victims in these stories always have black friends, or are trying to sell blacks something, or buy something, or have adopted a black child, or whatever. They've entered into some kind of voluntary transaction with blacks.

    You never want anything to do with blacks -- ever. It's not complicated.

    You never want anything to do with blacks — ever. It’s not complicated.

    Sometimes you just can’t avoid them. At one time when I was in the Army, I was the only white guy in the barracks. In order to have an “all-soul barracks,” they christened me an “honorary n*gga” (certainly a dubious “honor”) and tried to teach me how to do “the dap” (the elaborate handshakes that were popular at the time and seemed to change each week) but it was no use. As a white boy, I had no rhythym.

    F0rtunately they didn’t view me as a threat to their “way of life,” much of which consisted of smoking and shooting up drugs. I’d walk in and find them shooting up, and they didn’t even have enough to sense to lock the door before doing so. By the way, the skinny ties the Army used to issue back then (mid-70s) were great for tying off one’s arm before inserting a needle.

    Most of them were eventually discovered by unit drug tests and tossed out of the Army. If the Army had tossed out all of its dopers back then, there wouldn’t have been much of an Army left. After I got out and went back to college, it was much the same there — a great many students, if not most, were doing dope, and back then my college was mostly white, except for the dindus brought it to play for the university’s basketball team.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    'Sometimes you just can’t avoid them...'

    That's for sure. However, that doesn't make associating with them a good idea.
  38. @stray
    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.

    “ Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die.“

    Their efforts would not be missed. How can one say our politicians and our system are corrupt and then cheer on their overseas (soon to be domestic?) enforcers?

    • Agree: Dave453
  39. OT: Here’s something to warm our hearts, a headline from the Baltimore Sun:

    With coronavirus spreading, Gov. Hogan signs order for expedited release of hundreds of prisoners
    As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread behind bars in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan has signed an executive order to expedite the release of hundreds of men and women imprisoned at state correctional institutions.

    Remember that Hogan issued a stay-at-home order which threatens the otherwise law-abiding with a $5000 fine and a year in jail. Jail birds out, the law-abiding in. Thanks, Larry!

    Hogan is, by the way, a Republican. When he was elected he made it clear that he intended to focus on financial matters and had no intention of delving into social matters, gun control, etc., which the Dems have dominated for many years.

    George Wallace famously said, “There ain’t a dime’s worth of difference between the Republicans and the Democrats.” I’m finding it increasingly hard to disagree.

  40. Regarding the comment purgatory – There are probably at least 5 comments submitted for every one published. In those 5 comments there are probably some that advocate violence or some other illegal act, some obvious provocateurs as well as those with a valid comment. Publishing some of these comments could have legal consequences. So somebody has to go through them. I accept having a few of mine going in the bit bucket. I don’t want a system where identifying information is required for being a “trusted” poster.

    Far better than the comment system on Occidental Dissent which is just as well since Hunter Wallace has gone over the edge on the coronavirus thing.

  41. @Loren
    US Liberty cover up, LBJ may have been a secret jew.
    His wife as well.

    My suspicion is that the Israelis must have known or feared that the Liberty picked up a transmission regarding the nuclear warheads they planned to use as doomsday devices if their surprise attack on Egypt failed and the Egyptians were threatening to cross the Israeli border. Those nuclear weapons were fashioned from highly enriched uranium stolen around 1965 from a Pennsylvania plant that fabricated fuel elements for US Navy nuclear submarines. At the time, the Atomic Energy Commission suspected diversion but had no proof. Israel had no uranium enrichment capability at the time.

    I think this explains the Liberty attack better than either the Egyptian POW massacre (which happened the day after the Liberty attack) or a supposed attempt to get the US to attack Egypt (Israel had complete supremacy in the Sinai by then).

    Further, those warheads would have been deployed in a region of the Sinai close to where the Liberty was stationed.

    • Agree: Alden
  42. Two blacks- one male, one female – being held for the deaths of 4 adults. Three of the deceased are whites while the identity of the male victim of the Saturday morning home invasion is not known. Both suspects were apprehended separately in Birmingham.

    https://www.wvtm13.com/article/officer-not-injured-in-shootout-with-suspect/32195508#

    https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/2020/04/search-underway-for-wounded-suspect-in-officer-involved-shooting.html

    https://www.wrbl.com/news/alabama-news/suspect-captured-in-auburn-murder-also-may-be-connected-to-murder-of-dadeville-couple/

    • Replies: @The OverSeer
    And another article, altho not violent, shows a rarity of a rich black afflete ponying up money for a Covid19 donation. Of course, it's only for people of color. But if not for white people in the stands this anti-American would be working at McDonalds...maybe.

    https://www.wrbl.com/news/colin-kaepernick-donates-100k-to-aid-communities-of-color-amid-pandemic/

  43. @By-tor
    Two blacks- one male, one female - being held for the deaths of 4 adults. Three of the deceased are whites while the identity of the male victim of the Saturday morning home invasion is not known. Both suspects were apprehended separately in Birmingham.

    https://www.wvtm13.com/article/officer-not-injured-in-shootout-with-suspect/32195508#

    https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/2020/04/search-underway-for-wounded-suspect-in-officer-involved-shooting.html

    https://www.wrbl.com/news/alabama-news/suspect-captured-in-auburn-murder-also-may-be-connected-to-murder-of-dadeville-couple/

    And another article, altho not violent, shows a rarity of a rich black afflete ponying up money for a Covid19 donation. Of course, it’s only for people of color. But if not for white people in the stands this anti-American would be working at McDonalds…maybe.

    https://www.wrbl.com/news/colin-kaepernick-donates-100k-to-aid-communities-of-color-amid-pandemic/

  44. @indocon
    Paul, FYI
    https://onemileatatime.com/south-african-airways-firing-staff/

    An almost fully industrialized country few decades ago can't even support a national airline any more.

    As November election approaches, I am sensing a increasing angst among my white liberal friends about prospects off upcoming black run America, you are going to see increased talk from their types about putting someone like Elizabeth Warren as unity Veep candidate, that ain't going to fly with black leaders who have to keep their creed in the community.

    Wonder how many national airlines will be left in America in a couple of decades?

    There is a relevant and detailed article on Amren at the monent on how the jackals took down Rhodesia.

    https://www.amren.com/commentary/2020/04/zimbabwe-robert-mugabe-inflation-white-farmers-crime/

  45. @Colin Wright
    '... Search warrants reveal the three suspects allegedly stole $1,500 from Stewart, along with his phone and keys...'

    I could be wrong, but this sounds a lot like yet another case of someone attempting to do business with blacks (buying a car?) and paying the price. The victims in these stories always have black friends, or are trying to sell blacks something, or buy something, or have adopted a black child, or whatever. They've entered into some kind of voluntary transaction with blacks.

    You never want anything to do with blacks -- ever. It's not complicated.

    Thats just blaming the victim.

    Have some fucking class you degenerate.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    'Thats just blaming the victim.

    'Have some fucking class you degenerate.'

    You're an idiot.
    , @Jim in Jersey
    Not at all.

    Simply stating the obvious for those who need the obvious stated. (Like you)

    While hearts go out to families of victims, heads get shake. When we discover details that we all recognize as ‘red flags’; primarily, the inclusion of a negro in the mix.

    I wish you inflammatory, emotional types would take the time to re-read posts (as I just re-read the one you responded to) and realize that the commenter did nothing near what you accuse them of.

    Simply made them point that had the young man assessed the situation better, his death could have been avoided.

    See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?
  46. @Colin Wright
    '... Search warrants reveal the three suspects allegedly stole $1,500 from Stewart, along with his phone and keys...'

    I could be wrong, but this sounds a lot like yet another case of someone attempting to do business with blacks (buying a car?) and paying the price. The victims in these stories always have black friends, or are trying to sell blacks something, or buy something, or have adopted a black child, or whatever. They've entered into some kind of voluntary transaction with blacks.

    You never want anything to do with blacks -- ever. It's not complicated.

    It’s impossible to avoid blacks if you have a job. Every employer in the country is under judicial orders to hire blacks.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    'It’s impossible to avoid blacks if you have a job. Every employer in the country is under judicial orders to hire blacks.'

    That doesn't create an argument for associating with them if you have a choice in the matter.
  47. @John Knox
    Thats just blaming the victim.

    Have some fucking class you degenerate.

    ‘Thats just blaming the victim.

    ‘Have some fucking class you degenerate.’

    You’re an idiot.

  48. @Piglet

    You never want anything to do with blacks — ever. It’s not complicated.
     
    Sometimes you just can't avoid them. At one time when I was in the Army, I was the only white guy in the barracks. In order to have an "all-soul barracks," they christened me an "honorary n*gga" (certainly a dubious "honor") and tried to teach me how to do "the dap" (the elaborate handshakes that were popular at the time and seemed to change each week) but it was no use. As a white boy, I had no rhythym.

    F0rtunately they didn't view me as a threat to their "way of life," much of which consisted of smoking and shooting up drugs. I'd walk in and find them shooting up, and they didn't even have enough to sense to lock the door before doing so. By the way, the skinny ties the Army used to issue back then (mid-70s) were great for tying off one's arm before inserting a needle.

    Most of them were eventually discovered by unit drug tests and tossed out of the Army. If the Army had tossed out all of its dopers back then, there wouldn't have been much of an Army left. After I got out and went back to college, it was much the same there -- a great many students, if not most, were doing dope, and back then my college was mostly white, except for the dindus brought it to play for the university's basketball team.

    ‘Sometimes you just can’t avoid them…’

    That’s for sure. However, that doesn’t make associating with them a good idea.

  49. @stray
    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.

    Just because someone “serves” in the military does not mean that they served in the interests of the United States of America or its citizens.  The military is identifiably infested by (((foreign interests))), and those who “serve” are not always acting in the intererests of the citizens of the USA.  We need to deny benefits to those who “served” only to get what they truly did not earn, and scrutinize others in detail.  Serving mashed potatoes or shit on a shingle for a few years should get pay, a “thank you” and a ticket home.

    • Replies: @Loren
    US military has not served US citizens interests in over 120 years.
  50. @Augustus
    "What happened to him is objectively their aims."

    You think the government wanted him murdered by blacks? You're really not very bright.

    You think the government wanted him murdered by blacks?

    That is objectively the outcome of what the government did.

    That is objectively what the government wanted.

  51. @jbwilson24
    "Isn’t it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms?"

    Jared Taylor is a complete and utter twit.

    He utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.

    I was heaved off that site sometime ago and could not get answer as to why — I can only think it’s comments I made about our (((overlords))) —I tried to grovel and offer 6 million apologies sadly to no avail !!!

    • LOL: Love Street
  52. @John Knox
    Thats just blaming the victim.

    Have some fucking class you degenerate.

    Not at all.

    Simply stating the obvious for those who need the obvious stated. (Like you)

    While hearts go out to families of victims, heads get shake. When we discover details that we all recognize as ‘red flags’; primarily, the inclusion of a negro in the mix.

    I wish you inflammatory, emotional types would take the time to re-read posts (as I just re-read the one you responded to) and realize that the commenter did nothing near what you accuse them of.

    Simply made them point that had the young man assessed the situation better, his death could have been avoided.

    See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?

    • Replies: @Augustus
    "See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?"

    The left seems to prefer always emoting to thinking. That's why it is hard to have a discussion with them.
  53. @CDebussey
    1911, Never leave home without it.

    I prefer my H&K as a carry piece. It has a bigger stomach 🙂

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    Personally, I never question anyone’s choice if a personal protection pistol.

    Just the fact that you have one places you yards and miles ahead of someone who doesn’t.
  54. @Mark in MI
    I prefer my H&K as a carry piece. It has a bigger stomach :)

    Personally, I never question anyone’s choice if a personal protection pistol.

    Just the fact that you have one places you yards and miles ahead of someone who doesn’t.

    • Agree: By-tor, AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Mark in MI
    Thank you Jim. Being armed is not just my right. I consider it my duty.
  55. Blame the victim blame the victim blame the victim. Difficult to assess the situation when the 2 behind attack. The real world isn’t a movie. In the real world, it’s hard for 1 person to prevail against 2 or 3, especially when the black attackers are skillful and practiced because they’ve done it before.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    What's that delusional blather about, Alden?  Search this page for the phrase "should not".  You won't find it in relation to anything Stewart did.

    I swear, you're so invested in your nonsense narrative that you have to invent things to reinforce it, like SJWs have to invent "racism" when they can't find any.

  56. @Alden
    Blame the victim blame the victim blame the victim. Difficult to assess the situation when the 2 behind attack. The real world isn’t a movie. In the real world, it’s hard for 1 person to prevail against 2 or 3, especially when the black attackers are skillful and practiced because they’ve done it before.

    What’s that delusional blather about, Alden?  Search this page for the phrase “should not”.  You won’t find it in relation to anything Stewart did.

    I swear, you’re so invested in your nonsense narrative that you have to invent things to reinforce it, like SJWs have to invent “racism” when they can’t find any.

  57. @Jim in Jersey
    Personally, I never question anyone’s choice if a personal protection pistol.

    Just the fact that you have one places you yards and miles ahead of someone who doesn’t.

    Thank you Jim. Being armed is not just my right. I consider it my duty.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  58. @Former Liberal
    Stray, I too served the Empire, as a Marine. Like the deceased probably was, I was brainwashed about how we were fighting to preserve " freedom" overseas. Gulf War One and some other places sure opened my eyes! I don't wish death on anyone. It really angers me that a fellow veteran was killed by bottom feeding scum. But please look at the truth. Isreal receives at least 3.5 billion a year in aid from us. The U.S.Liberty attack by Isreal during the Six Day War was not an accident. I agree the Army veteran's military service was described in a very crude way. Please check out some Philip Giraldi on this site, Alison Weir on her site " If Americans Knew", "The Truthseeker" and Henry Makow. By the way, I'm no National Socialist. My father's side of the family is Jewish and we did lose people in Europe in World War Two.

    I did a year in Vietnam. That may have been what set me on the path I have been on since, seeking the truth. While there I began noticing things, and started asking questions, and the answers I got did not add up. By the time I got back from over there I had done a 180 in how I perceived things in this world. I saw how the military does NOT protect America, and has not for a long time. I realize saying that can result in tight jaws, but it is the truth. I have had people thank me for my “service”, and I tell them I appreciate the sentiment, but the military has NOTHING to do with protecting America. As for LBJ, I have wondered if he and Golda Meir were siblings. Sure did look alike

    • Agree: Pat Kittle, Piglet, Loren
    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    I heard Golda had quite a sizable shlong under that print dress.
  59. @Jim in Jersey
    Not at all.

    Simply stating the obvious for those who need the obvious stated. (Like you)

    While hearts go out to families of victims, heads get shake. When we discover details that we all recognize as ‘red flags’; primarily, the inclusion of a negro in the mix.

    I wish you inflammatory, emotional types would take the time to re-read posts (as I just re-read the one you responded to) and realize that the commenter did nothing near what you accuse them of.

    Simply made them point that had the young man assessed the situation better, his death could have been avoided.

    See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?

    “See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?”

    The left seems to prefer always emoting to thinking. That’s why it is hard to have a discussion with them.

    • Replies: @Mark in MI
    And this is exactly the reason why, in my opinion, women should not have a right to vote. Majority of my conservative female friends agree with me.
  60. @Sick 'n Tired
    Biden has already said he is looking to choose a woman of color as his VP, so people are floating Harris, that fat gap toothed slob Abrams, and praying for Michelle Obama, because identity politics is more important than qualifications. No matter who he decides on, they most likely will end up running the country in 12-18 months if he's elected, due to him being in the early stages of dementia.

    You’re right — (((Biden’s overlords))) are working out his replacement, possibly even before the election.

    Lately (((media))) trial balloons are being sent aloft with Cuomo’s name on them.

    • Agree: Sick 'n Tired
  61. @jbwilson24
    "Isn’t it ironic how Paul Kersey and Jared Taylor wail about censorship and deplatforming of themselves on Twitter and other platforms yet they do the same thing with a vengeance to people they disagree with on their own platforms?"

    Jared Taylor is a complete and utter twit.

    He utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.

    He [Jared Taylor] utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.

    AmRen banned me years ago, sending 100’s of my comments down the memory hole. Why? I criticized the Chosen People.

    Over the past year more & more such criticism has appeared in AmRen comments. And now AmRen has done away with comments altogether.

    As for Paul Kersey, he’s censored a few of my comments here at the Unz Review, but for the most part he doesn’t.

    Though Jared & Paul are obviously controlled opposition, they aren’t hasbara. I figure the niche they fill is useful. Not everyone can swallow the red pill whole.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    AmRen still has comments--Not from me, anymore. I'm banned, but......
  62. @Alden
    It’s impossible to avoid blacks if you have a job. Every employer in the country is under judicial orders to hire blacks.

    ‘It’s impossible to avoid blacks if you have a job. Every employer in the country is under judicial orders to hire blacks.’

    That doesn’t create an argument for associating with them if you have a choice in the matter.

  63. Anonymous[572] • Disclaimer says:
    @stray
    You are a disgusting piece of crap. He was a soldier and served his country and this is how he is repaid. Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die. People are not worth saving and your post just proves that.

    Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die.

    I’m going to take you perhaps a bit more seriously than you probably thought your intentional hyperbole would be taken. I do this because, IMHO, “forget it let the morons die” is probably on the way. The establishment and much of the population have pretty much lost their legitimacy, and might just lose their financial structure. That would mean military units without pay or food or anybody legitimately owed service — as in the old USSR after 1990 or so.

    Remember that military units aren’t self supporting but, while they will forage and maraud if that’s their only way of staying alive, prefer to protect groups that are economically self sustaining and that the military members can eventually retire into. Even soldiers know there is a future, although most of the time it’s so bad that they don’t want to think about it.

    So, if faced with a dacoit military unit, a community might try seeing if the dacoit unit could be converted from foraging over to defense of a community that will at least give the soldiers rations. Sort of a “win – win” if the commander and command structure is any good, because the converted troops will, if permitted, defend the group that feeds them. Please remember this, you might need it.

    • Replies: @Kim
    The military types who are "foraging" may learn that it is very expensive and that perhaps working is a better bet.

    I always think of the Normans who went down to southern Italy as mercenaries in the 11th C. They ended up kicking out the local rulers there, instituting feudalism and running the place. They had big horses, swords, armour and lots of practise/experience/solidarity. They would capture a castle, make it home and then rule the surrounding countryside and peasants from there.

    I don't think that marauders are going to find it that easy in the USA. Too many armed citizens who can sh00t back. Bit different than riding in on horseback, all armored up, and you are the only ones with swords.
  64. @SoWe
    I did a year in Vietnam. That may have been what set me on the path I have been on since, seeking the truth. While there I began noticing things, and started asking questions, and the answers I got did not add up. By the time I got back from over there I had done a 180 in how I perceived things in this world. I saw how the military does NOT protect America, and has not for a long time. I realize saying that can result in tight jaws, but it is the truth. I have had people thank me for my "service", and I tell them I appreciate the sentiment, but the military has NOTHING to do with protecting America. As for LBJ, I have wondered if he and Golda Meir were siblings. Sure did look alike

    I heard Golda had quite a sizable shlong under that print dress.

  65. @Pat Kittle

    He [Jared Taylor] utterly refuses to allow any criticism of the Chosen People, even though all the ills that he rails about are pretty much their handiwork.
     
    AmRen banned me years ago, sending 100's of my comments down the memory hole. Why? I criticized the Chosen People.

    Over the past year more & more such criticism has appeared in AmRen comments. And now AmRen has done away with comments altogether.

    As for Paul Kersey, he's censored a few of my comments here at the Unz Review, but for the most part he doesn't.

    Though Jared & Paul are obviously controlled opposition, they aren't hasbara. I figure the niche they fill is useful. Not everyone can swallow the red pill whole.

    AmRen still has comments–Not from me, anymore. I’m banned, but……

    • Replies: @Pat Kittle
    You're right, AmRen does still have comments.

    My old Internet Explorer stopped recognizing AmRen comments.

    I tried another browser and the comments are there, sure enough.
  66. @AceDeuce
    AmRen still has comments--Not from me, anymore. I'm banned, but......

    You’re right, AmRen does still have comments.

    My old Internet Explorer stopped recognizing AmRen comments.

    I tried another browser and the comments are there, sure enough.

    • Replies: @Just Passing Through
    AmRen's YouTube channel allows for all comments and I think a lot of people have just migrated there instead of reading the articles on the website.

    As for this blog, I put down some comments not appearing down to laziness rather than censorship, I've had totally innocuous comments stuck in moderation while more feisty comments are let through, including those critical of Jews.
  67. @Anonymous

    Makes me wish all soldiers would just say forget it let the morons die.
     
    I'm going to take you perhaps a bit more seriously than you probably thought your intentional hyperbole would be taken. I do this because, IMHO, "forget it let the morons die" is probably on the way. The establishment and much of the population have pretty much lost their legitimacy, and might just lose their financial structure. That would mean military units without pay or food or anybody legitimately owed service -- as in the old USSR after 1990 or so.

    Remember that military units aren't self supporting but, while they will forage and maraud if that's their only way of staying alive, prefer to protect groups that are economically self sustaining and that the military members can eventually retire into. Even soldiers know there is a future, although most of the time it's so bad that they don't want to think about it.

    So, if faced with a dacoit military unit, a community might try seeing if the dacoit unit could be converted from foraging over to defense of a community that will at least give the soldiers rations. Sort of a "win - win" if the commander and command structure is any good, because the converted troops will, if permitted, defend the group that feeds them. Please remember this, you might need it.

    The military types who are “foraging” may learn that it is very expensive and that perhaps working is a better bet.

    I always think of the Normans who went down to southern Italy as mercenaries in the 11th C. They ended up kicking out the local rulers there, instituting feudalism and running the place. They had big horses, swords, armour and lots of practise/experience/solidarity. They would capture a castle, make it home and then rule the surrounding countryside and peasants from there.

    I don’t think that marauders are going to find it that easy in the USA. Too many armed citizens who can sh00t back. Bit different than riding in on horseback, all armored up, and you are the only ones with swords.

  68. @Pat Kittle
    You're right, AmRen does still have comments.

    My old Internet Explorer stopped recognizing AmRen comments.

    I tried another browser and the comments are there, sure enough.

    AmRen’s YouTube channel allows for all comments and I think a lot of people have just migrated there instead of reading the articles on the website.

    As for this blog, I put down some comments not appearing down to laziness rather than censorship, I’ve had totally innocuous comments stuck in moderation while more feisty comments are let through, including those critical of Jews.

  69. @Augustus
    "See how simple when your first reaction is not hysterics?"

    The left seems to prefer always emoting to thinking. That's why it is hard to have a discussion with them.

    And this is exactly the reason why, in my opinion, women should not have a right to vote. Majority of my conservative female friends agree with me.

  70. @Mr. Rational
    Just because someone "serves" in the military does not mean that they served in the interests of the United States of America or its citizens.  The military is identifiably infested by (((foreign interests))), and those who "serve" are not always acting in the intererests of the citizens of the USA.  We need to deny benefits to those who "served" only to get what they truly did not earn, and scrutinize others in detail.  Serving mashed potatoes or shit on a shingle for a few years should get pay, a "thank you" and a ticket home.

    US military has not served US citizens interests in over 120 years.

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