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Remembering the Black Lives Matter Siege on the White House on May 31, 2020, When More Than 60 Secret Service Agents Were Injured Protecting Trump from George Floyd Insurrectionists 
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Previously on SBPDL: Her Name Is Ashli Babbitt: Unarmed White Woman (14-Year Air Force Veteran) Gunned Down By State During “Stop the Steal” Rally at Capitol in Washington D.C.

Chris Evans, the actor who portrays Captain America in Disney’s The Avenger movies, decided to interject himself into the debate surrounding the events of January 6, 2021 in Washington D.C., and the decision by patriots to storm the Capitol. He Tweeted, “Just think of the carnage had they not been white.”

Well, we do know of an event that happened in late May of 2020, when tens of thousands of Black Lives Matter supporters tried to rush into the White House (for who knows what purpose) and overwhelm Secret Service agents, all in the name of honoring a career criminal named George Floyd.

Remember Mr. Floyd? He once engaged in a home invasion in 2009, pointing a gun at a pregnant woman during this robbery.

So what happened that fateful night in Washington D.C. back on May 31? A full-blown insurrection in the name of a black career criminal… [At least 60 Secret Service members injured during George Floyd protests in DC, Fox News, May 31, 2020]:

More than 60 Secret Service officers and special agents sustained multiple injuries in three days worth of violent clashes stemming from protests demanding justice for George Floyd in Washington, D.C.

The uprisings overflowed from Lafayette Park and continued near the White House on Saturday night and early into Sunday morning. Protesters in the area had taken to the streets since Friday to condemn police brutality.

Some demonstrators repeatedly attempted to knock over security barriers and vandalized six Secret Service vehicles, the agency said in a statement on Sunday.

Protesters threw bricks, rocks, bottles, fireworks and other items at officers and some Secret Service personnel were also “directly physically assaulted as they were kicked, punched and exposed to bodily fluids,” the statement added.

At least 11 employees were treated at local hospitals for non-life-threatening injuries.

“No individuals crossed the White House fence and no Secret Service protesters were ever in any danger,” the agency said.

President Trump said he “couldn’t have felt more safe,” from inside the White House on Saturday as agitated protesters defaced property and burned flags nearby.

D.C. police helped equip Secret Service agents with riot gear, including helmets, which are not a usual part of their protective gear, Chief of Police Peter Newsham said on Sunday.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser pleaded for protesters to remain peaceful and not attack law enforcement.

“We certainly recognize and empathize with the outrage people feel following the killing in Minneapolis last week. The killing of George Floyd wasn’t the first. People are expressing outrage and demanding action,” she said. “We also recognize that we are proud of our city and do not want our city to be destroyed.”

“The Secret Service respects the right to assemble, and we ask that individuals do so peacefully for the safety of all,” the agency said.

ORDER IT NOW

These insurrectionists set fire to the 205-year-old St. John’s Church right across from the White House as well, all part of a true uprising in the name of a black career criminal.
So more than 60 Secret Service agents were injured in an event completely forgotten from the summer of 2020. What happened next? Corporate America gave Black Lives Matter $10 billion as tribute to the shock troops of establishment.

Yes, there was an attempted siege of the White House in late May of 2020, but it’s an event we aren’t supposed to remember.

It’s all about who/whom when it comes to perceived acts of insurrection or literal attempts to invade the White House injuring scores of Secret Service agents.

Oh, and Chris Evans: not one Secret Service agent opened fire on the massive crowd of black people during the Black Lives Matter siege of the White House in late May of 2020… so we already know of the ‘perceived’ carnage if they hadn’t been white. It adds up to scores of injured Secret Service agents, because shooting one black protester would have only enraged the conflict to the nth degree.

Meanwhile, a white woman was gunned down by an agent of the state on January 6, 2021…

 
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  1. 80 million Trump voters that no longer believe that things can be changed by free and honest elections.Yeah,that will end well.

    • Agree: Franz, follyofwar
    • Replies: @MOG
    @Bite Moi

    So, if those 80 million voters remained in a state of denial, how well would that work out? We will never have a "free and honest" election until the voters wake up to the corruption in our past elections and demand a thorough cleanup.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  2. Biden will invite them all to his first State of the Union address and award them the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

  3. These Hollywood asswipes are so pathetic. There is absolutely no original thinking, only hive mind blather. blacks are ever so special in this day and age and if a twerp like chris evans wants to keep his gig going, he’d better bend the knee and kiss the ass. Keep it up – your day is coming.

  4. Don’t feed the beast. don’t bust your ass working overtime trying to get head. Try not to let a dime go to people who hate your White self.

    • Replies: @D-FENS
    @Bite Moi

    ^^^ THIS ^^^

    Really work no more than you have to. Minimize your taxes legally. Don’t contribute to corporate charities like United Way or volunteer to “give back to the community”.

    Soon you will “Own nothing but will be happy” anyway. Although they can only spare $600 dollars for your sorry ass.

    And next christmas, fuck toys for hottentots.

    Replies: @BanditOfBlithe, @Bite Moi

    , @Sick 'n Tired
    @Bite Moi

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society's woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that's not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I've been Sick 'n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama's last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump's presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don't even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn't agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I'm sure it won't be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    Replies: @AWM, @Lost American, @goldgettin, @Non PC Infidel

    , @Daniel Williams
    @Bite Moi


    Don’t bust your ass working overtime trying to get head
     
    Just what exactly do you think I do for a living, sir?

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  5. The anti-White rhetoric will only ramp up from here, Biden is already parroting the same talking points as Evans. Never let a crises go to waste is their mantra. Paul is exactly right, the May siege by BLM has been memory-holed by the MSM and their followers, therefore they can act like the events yesterday are unprecedented; a word they are using in unison to try and make this a bigger deal than it really is.

    The old USA is dead… I hate hearing that as much as anyone. However, we all need to understand that no one is coming to save us, we only have ourselves to rely on. The MSM understands their audience better than anyone, and they know their viewers have the memories of goldfish, therefore they can re-write history at a whim to suit any narrative they craft. The propaganda is now going into overdrive with full backing of Democrats and many complicit Republicans. I don’t know where we go from here, the false flag operations are almost a daily occurrence at this point.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    @Rooster10

    Unfortunately I absolutely agree with you, I had actually forgotten about BLM trying to storm the White House until PK posted this story. I think it was probably lost or under reported by the MSM due to the amount of other cities that were being burned and looted at the same time.

    Replies: @Polistra

  6. @Bite Moi
    Don't feed the beast. don't bust your ass working overtime trying to get head. Try not to let a dime go to people who hate your White self.

    Replies: @D-FENS, @Sick 'n Tired, @Daniel Williams

    ^^^ THIS ^^^

    Really work no more than you have to. Minimize your taxes legally. Don’t contribute to corporate charities like United Way or volunteer to “give back to the community”.

    Soon you will “Own nothing but will be happy” anyway. Although they can only spare $600 dollars for your sorry ass.

    And next christmas, fuck toys for hottentots.

    • Replies: @BanditOfBlithe
    @D-FENS

    I never give anything to anyone. I learned that before I was a teenager. Of course back then I had more sense than a college educated dullard of 2021.

    It would be so nice to keep ALL my money from a paycheck. The peasants that lounge around all day take all my hard earned money though it seems.

    , @Bite Moi
    @D-FENS

    D-FENS---------One large company that i worked for had a "voluntary" United Way contribution that was mandatory.One of my very skilled coworkers bucked this and went from skilled work to shyte jobs on a rotating shift.Everybody else took the hint.

    Replies: @D-FENS

  7. We now live in an Orwellian country controlled by the media where they create whatever reality and narrative they want. Black arsonists and looters are peaceful protestors while Trump supporters are terrorists and traitors. And to make it work you have a nation of low IQ third worlders and brainwashed college educated females who have zero critical thinking skills that are easily manipulated.

    • Agree: Augustus, Polistra
    • Replies: @The Truth
    @HT

    Yep! That's It!

    , @Bite Moi
    @HT

    HT--------College educated females amaze me. A 110-130 IQ apparently doesn't guarantee that you have enough common sense to find your ass with both hands. They are herd animals who believe whatever makes them popular.

    Replies: @HT, @loren

  8. @Bite Moi
    Don't feed the beast. don't bust your ass working overtime trying to get head. Try not to let a dime go to people who hate your White self.

    Replies: @D-FENS, @Sick 'n Tired, @Daniel Williams

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society’s woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that’s not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I’ve been Sick ‘n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama’s last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump’s presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don’t even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn’t agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I’m sure it won’t be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    • Replies: @AWM
    @Sick 'n Tired

    "This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I’m sure it won’t be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether."

    Bravo, S&T, you can say that again.

    With no restraints on the Totalitarian Technocracy it is a crap shoot as far as what does survive.
    Keep your head low and your powder dry.
    Sooner or later, they will be coming for us all.

    , @Lost American
    @Sick 'n Tired

    The small business owners who watched their stores go up in smoke are far more important to me than the 500 plus creatures who occupy the centers of power in DC. These creatures mean nothing to me. To avoid anger and frustration just deal with them as the shits they are, that is, ignore them. Stay informed but don't let it make you more angry. They want people to be afraid and anxious. Once the Georgia Senate seats were stolen or lost , I said "that's it". I go my way, I help good people, and I protect my good neighbors.
    These 500 plus- most are just foul, self serving garbage with the Democrats making up the large majority of this fecal material.
    I guess we can be sort of like Gandhi- I don't express myself well, but maybe the analogy to what it is like for a Marine rifleman in a place like Vietnam is a good way to express my feelings. "They" don't give a damn about you and thus I don't give a damn about them. Don't do them any favors.

    Replies: @wanderingnotlost

    , @goldgettin
    @Sick 'n Tired

    Could it be your outlook? Sounds like a disgruntled
    cynical,un optomistic non confident and anti
    hopeful perspective has taken hold as of late...?
    Do we believe this Just happened ? By accident?
    Have you heard of , cognitive dissonance? Maybe it's
    time we change our opinions on the future reality ?
    Salt looks like sugar and words con vey this devolution
    of course.Be careful of expertism,it's on the rise.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey

    , @Non PC Infidel
    @Sick 'n Tired

    As I've said before, I lived in Hong Kong back in the late 70's and I got to talk to refugees from mainland China. They told me that you had to watch everything you said or some little rat bastard would go scurrying down a dark alley to report you to state officials. Then, you'd lose your job, be ostracized, treated like a leper and, if lucky, only be sent off to a re-education brainwashing camp instead of to prison. Your family would also suffer.

    We've seen the beginnings of this type of "mentality" with the left here in America- cancel culture, the silencing of opposing views, people losing jobs for "politically incorrect" speech, and so on. It will only grow worse now. There's even talk from the left of instituting China's "social credit score" system and for people to be publicly humiliated before mobs of leftists until they "confess and repent" as was done in China at one time. What they want is complete submission, surrender and obedience-or else. Freedom of speech (and opinion) is something they hate with a passion and they firmly believe only their speech (or opinions) should be allowed. Even the President (along with many others) has been banned from certain social media sites and there's even calls for conservative news programs to be banned from the airwaves.

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    Replies: @Trevor, @Sick 'n Tired, @Piglet

  9. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:

    I think agents procatuer (probably paid fbi stooges) were the ones that led the breach. Most of the MAGA protesters did not invade the legislative building. A few cops probably were paid to allow the breach. Its a psy-op pr stunt to defame and demoralize.

    The right has to be careful when they congregate, because this is the second time the left has pulled this (Charlottesville).

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  10. @HT
    We now live in an Orwellian country controlled by the media where they create whatever reality and narrative they want. Black arsonists and looters are peaceful protestors while Trump supporters are terrorists and traitors. And to make it work you have a nation of low IQ third worlders and brainwashed college educated females who have zero critical thinking skills that are easily manipulated.

    Replies: @The Truth, @Bite Moi

    Yep! That’s It!

  11. And to make it work you have a nation of low IQ third worlders and brainwashed college educated females who have zero critical thinking skills that are easily manipulated.

    I thought maybe everyone could at least wait until Ashli’s body was cold before blaming this on women, I guess not.

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
    @Rosie

    The only women I know personally that have said Ashli deserved what she got, and brought about her brutal murder are college educated White females.

    One lives on the left coast, and the other in Fla. I told them that their suicidal voting habits are going to, "bite them in the ass".
    And that their ,"pets will devour them soon enough".

    I only keep in contact with them because we go all the way back to our teenage years.
    Both are super fine looking, but single and childless. That has to mean somthing.?

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  12. Let the Left do the mass march thing. If they are not going to allow a free and fair election, I doubt our masters will be swayed by public protest. Really, you can’t control who shows up and you WILL get provocateurs and nutjobs like the QAnon Shaman (WTF?) that looked the the fraternity guy swearing in the pledges in “Animal House”.

    • Agree: Jim in Jersey
  13. Anonymous[320] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s amazing to think how Eisenhower quickly sent in troops to enforce federal law after Brown v Board of Education, which ruined the education quality for millions of European-American Children til this very day.

    That must have been very unpopular and unsupported by over half the country.

    Yet it was accepted. Why? Fear of the Government

    President Trump never took any affirmation action. He played by a set of rules made up by the every enemy he was fighting, which they themselves ignored. He never once instilled fear into the hearts of his enemies.

    There are no moral victories in war. You kill or be killed. And if you refuse to take the fatal blow upon an enemy that repeatedly strikes, you become a footnote in history, for its the Winners that write history

    • Agree: profnasty, Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    @Anonymous

    "President Trump never took any affirmation action. He played by a set of rules made up by the every enemy he was fighting, which they themselves ignored. He never once instilled fear into the hearts of his enemies."

    Sad but true. Rumor has it that the influence of Ivanka and Jared deserve much of the blame for this. Trump has demonstrated a remarkable talent for shooting himself in the foot!

  14. The weaponization of dumb, violent orcs could not have gone any better for the small hat, early life hand rubbers (who founded the naacp.)

  15. @D-FENS
    @Bite Moi

    ^^^ THIS ^^^

    Really work no more than you have to. Minimize your taxes legally. Don’t contribute to corporate charities like United Way or volunteer to “give back to the community”.

    Soon you will “Own nothing but will be happy” anyway. Although they can only spare $600 dollars for your sorry ass.

    And next christmas, fuck toys for hottentots.

    Replies: @BanditOfBlithe, @Bite Moi

    I never give anything to anyone. I learned that before I was a teenager. Of course back then I had more sense than a college educated dullard of 2021.

    It would be so nice to keep ALL my money from a paycheck. The peasants that lounge around all day take all my hard earned money though it seems.

  16. @Rooster10
    The anti-White rhetoric will only ramp up from here, Biden is already parroting the same talking points as Evans. Never let a crises go to waste is their mantra. Paul is exactly right, the May siege by BLM has been memory-holed by the MSM and their followers, therefore they can act like the events yesterday are unprecedented; a word they are using in unison to try and make this a bigger deal than it really is.

    The old USA is dead... I hate hearing that as much as anyone. However, we all need to understand that no one is coming to save us, we only have ourselves to rely on. The MSM understands their audience better than anyone, and they know their viewers have the memories of goldfish, therefore they can re-write history at a whim to suit any narrative they craft. The propaganda is now going into overdrive with full backing of Democrats and many complicit Republicans. I don’t know where we go from here, the false flag operations are almost a daily occurrence at this point.

    Replies: @Sick 'n Tired

    Unfortunately I absolutely agree with you, I had actually forgotten about BLM trying to storm the White House until PK posted this story. I think it was probably lost or under reported by the MSM due to the amount of other cities that were being burned and looted at the same time.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Sick 'n Tired

    I had forgotten too. The MSM want to make sure everyone forgets everything--everything they don't think is useful for their cause, that is.

    And the MSM are very good at what they do.

  17. @Sick 'n Tired
    @Bite Moi

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society's woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that's not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I've been Sick 'n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama's last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump's presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don't even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn't agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I'm sure it won't be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    Replies: @AWM, @Lost American, @goldgettin, @Non PC Infidel

    “This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I’m sure it won’t be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.”

    Bravo, S&T, you can say that again.

    With no restraints on the Totalitarian Technocracy it is a crap shoot as far as what does survive.
    Keep your head low and your powder dry.
    Sooner or later, they will be coming for us all.

  18. @Sick 'n Tired
    @Bite Moi

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society's woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that's not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I've been Sick 'n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama's last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump's presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don't even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn't agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I'm sure it won't be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    Replies: @AWM, @Lost American, @goldgettin, @Non PC Infidel

    The small business owners who watched their stores go up in smoke are far more important to me than the 500 plus creatures who occupy the centers of power in DC. These creatures mean nothing to me. To avoid anger and frustration just deal with them as the shits they are, that is, ignore them. Stay informed but don’t let it make you more angry. They want people to be afraid and anxious. Once the Georgia Senate seats were stolen or lost , I said “that’s it”. I go my way, I help good people, and I protect my good neighbors.
    These 500 plus- most are just foul, self serving garbage with the Democrats making up the large majority of this fecal material.
    I guess we can be sort of like Gandhi- I don’t express myself well, but maybe the analogy to what it is like for a Marine rifleman in a place like Vietnam is a good way to express my feelings. “They” don’t give a damn about you and thus I don’t give a damn about them. Don’t do them any favors.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @wanderingnotlost
    @Lost American

    Sadly,I never thought I would see the day when we are possibly on the verge of another civil war.
    It is virtually impossible to watch anything on television without having this liberal crap shoved down our throats. I can’t even watch The Weather Channel because they blame everything on Global Warming, unless it’s a blizzard, then it’s climate change. Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.

    Replies: @Piglet

  19. (From Vdare)
    OK White commenters-
    EXPRESS YOUR INDIGNATION!!!!

  20. Interesting…these “gentlemen” brought weapons… https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/history/article148667224.html but I did not see one Proud White Patriot bring one weapon to the Trump rally.

    • Thanks: Polistra
  21. Miya Ponsetto, 22, who falsely accused a Black teenager of stealing her phone and then tackled him at a New York City hotel, was arrested in her home state of California.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @loren

    Thank God that's under control, right? I'd hate to think of this dangerous terrorist on the loose for one more moment. This dangerous terrorist, by the way, who insists she's Puerto Rican but which the (MSM) keep calling 'white woman'.

    Now, on to the Show Trials!

  22. Michelle Obama Calls on Big Tech to Ban Donald Trump

  23. @D-FENS
    @Bite Moi

    ^^^ THIS ^^^

    Really work no more than you have to. Minimize your taxes legally. Don’t contribute to corporate charities like United Way or volunteer to “give back to the community”.

    Soon you will “Own nothing but will be happy” anyway. Although they can only spare $600 dollars for your sorry ass.

    And next christmas, fuck toys for hottentots.

    Replies: @BanditOfBlithe, @Bite Moi

    D-FENS———One large company that i worked for had a “voluntary” United Way contribution that was mandatory.One of my very skilled coworkers bucked this and went from skilled work to shyte jobs on a rotating shift.Everybody else took the hint.

    • Replies: @D-FENS
    @Bite Moi

    I was once the sole holdout against my department’s 100% participation in the United Way campaign. I was called a “recalcitrant individual”.

    This was a few years before the UW scandal where leaders were going on expensive trips and filing outrageous expense accounts.

    The UW thermometer is a rectal thermometer.

  24. @HT
    We now live in an Orwellian country controlled by the media where they create whatever reality and narrative they want. Black arsonists and looters are peaceful protestors while Trump supporters are terrorists and traitors. And to make it work you have a nation of low IQ third worlders and brainwashed college educated females who have zero critical thinking skills that are easily manipulated.

    Replies: @The Truth, @Bite Moi

    HT——–College educated females amaze me. A 110-130 IQ apparently doesn’t guarantee that you have enough common sense to find your ass with both hands. They are herd animals who believe whatever makes them popular.

    • Agree: Charon
    • Replies: @HT
    @Bite Moi

    Brainwashed self loathing whites who mindlessly defend the worst Negro behaviors in order to gain the approval of this sick and disgusting culture

    , @loren
    @Bite Moi

    very few have 115 IQ and higher.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  25. @Bite Moi
    @HT

    HT--------College educated females amaze me. A 110-130 IQ apparently doesn't guarantee that you have enough common sense to find your ass with both hands. They are herd animals who believe whatever makes them popular.

    Replies: @HT, @loren

    Brainwashed self loathing whites who mindlessly defend the worst Negro behaviors in order to gain the approval of this sick and disgusting culture

  26. @Bite Moi
    @D-FENS

    D-FENS---------One large company that i worked for had a "voluntary" United Way contribution that was mandatory.One of my very skilled coworkers bucked this and went from skilled work to shyte jobs on a rotating shift.Everybody else took the hint.

    Replies: @D-FENS

    I was once the sole holdout against my department’s 100% participation in the United Way campaign. I was called a “recalcitrant individual”.

    This was a few years before the UW scandal where leaders were going on expensive trips and filing outrageous expense accounts.

    The UW thermometer is a rectal thermometer.

  27. Who/whom: How justice is meted out in banana republics, despotisms and other far-left paradises.

    • Agree: Polistra
  28. @Bite Moi
    @HT

    HT--------College educated females amaze me. A 110-130 IQ apparently doesn't guarantee that you have enough common sense to find your ass with both hands. They are herd animals who believe whatever makes them popular.

    Replies: @HT, @loren

    very few have 115 IQ and higher.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @loren

    loren-----True enough.Otherwise their majors wouldn't be sociology,psychology,or gender studies. Too many people equate credentials with intelligence and ability.

    Replies: @Rouetheday

  29. Thanks Paul Kersey. An invaluable Voice in the Wilderness.

  30. @Sick 'n Tired
    @Rooster10

    Unfortunately I absolutely agree with you, I had actually forgotten about BLM trying to storm the White House until PK posted this story. I think it was probably lost or under reported by the MSM due to the amount of other cities that were being burned and looted at the same time.

    Replies: @Polistra

    I had forgotten too. The MSM want to make sure everyone forgets everything–everything they don’t think is useful for their cause, that is.

    And the MSM are very good at what they do.

  31. @loren
    Miya Ponsetto, 22, who falsely accused a Black teenager of stealing her phone and then tackled him at a New York City hotel, was arrested in her home state of California.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Thank God that’s under control, right? I’d hate to think of this dangerous terrorist on the loose for one more moment. This dangerous terrorist, by the way, who insists she’s Puerto Rican but which the (MSM) keep calling ‘white woman’.

    Now, on to the Show Trials!

  32. @loren
    @Bite Moi

    very few have 115 IQ and higher.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    loren—–True enough.Otherwise their majors wouldn’t be sociology,psychology,or gender studies. Too many people equate credentials with intelligence and ability.

    • Replies: @Rouetheday
    @Bite Moi

    A few years back Black women were on this kick of bragging that their demographic was the 'most educated in America'. They seriously thought that their pair of deuces (a cosmetology or nurses' aide license) was the equivalent of a White man's Royal Flush (an engineering degree or an MD license).

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  33. OT: How long before we find out this is a hoax? Take the time to read the entire ridiculous story.

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/im-just-getting-cornered-30-213400280.html

  34. support the blm hero david a. burke, attend the memorial trophy presentation

  35. @Bite Moi
    Don't feed the beast. don't bust your ass working overtime trying to get head. Try not to let a dime go to people who hate your White self.

    Replies: @D-FENS, @Sick 'n Tired, @Daniel Williams

    Don’t bust your ass working overtime trying to get head

    Just what exactly do you think I do for a living, sir?

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @Daniel Williams

    Daniel Williams-------Doesn't matter if you are a fry cook or a surgeon. You only get so many hours on this earth.Don't bust your ass to give more of your life to the government in taxes than you have to.

    Replies: @Feedsackroad, @Daniel Williams

  36. @Sick 'n Tired
    @Bite Moi

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society's woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that's not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I've been Sick 'n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama's last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump's presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don't even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn't agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I'm sure it won't be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    Replies: @AWM, @Lost American, @goldgettin, @Non PC Infidel

    Could it be your outlook? Sounds like a disgruntled
    cynical,un optomistic non confident and anti
    hopeful perspective has taken hold as of late…?
    Do we believe this Just happened ? By accident?
    Have you heard of , cognitive dissonance? Maybe it’s
    time we change our opinions on the future reality ?
    Salt looks like sugar and words con vey this devolution
    of course.Be careful of expertism,it’s on the rise.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    @goldgettin

    Please type your comments into something that doesn’t format it.

  37. How about: On Jan 20, put a mask on your turned-off tv set. With a picture of Ashli Babbitt.

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration, it is a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.

    Better yet, Cancel cable.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    @Zumbuddi


    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration
     
    I say again for the benefit of you all... they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We're at war, act like it.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Trevor, @D-FENS, @Augustus

    , @Joseph Doaks
    @Zumbuddi

    "a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt."

    Yes, let's make Inauguration Day a Day of Mourning for Ashli Babbitt! She was a genuine patriot, murdered while attempting to prevent the illegitimate installation of a zombie Chicom sympathizer, resurrected from the depths of the Swamp through the magical influence of Chinese Bat Flu.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Zumbuddi

    I like that idea. January 20 as Ashli Babbitt Day. Remember true patriots.

    , @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle
    @Zumbuddi

    better yet, throw the TV out the window, like I did 15 years ago

    Replies: @Detroit Refugee

  38. @goldgettin
    @Sick 'n Tired

    Could it be your outlook? Sounds like a disgruntled
    cynical,un optomistic non confident and anti
    hopeful perspective has taken hold as of late...?
    Do we believe this Just happened ? By accident?
    Have you heard of , cognitive dissonance? Maybe it's
    time we change our opinions on the future reality ?
    Salt looks like sugar and words con vey this devolution
    of course.Be careful of expertism,it's on the rise.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey

    Please type your comments into something that doesn’t format it.

  39. @Daniel Williams
    @Bite Moi


    Don’t bust your ass working overtime trying to get head
     
    Just what exactly do you think I do for a living, sir?

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    Daniel Williams——-Doesn’t matter if you are a fry cook or a surgeon. You only get so many hours on this earth.Don’t bust your ass to give more of your life to the government in taxes than you have to.

    • Replies: @Feedsackroad
    @Bite Moi


    You only get so many hours on this earth.
     
    The sign out in front of the church this week reads: 'Smart people get ahead on time other people waste.'

    Wise words for the coming times.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    , @Daniel Williams
    @Bite Moi

    I getcha. I was making a gag about the typo: “... trying to get head.”

  40. @Bite Moi
    @Daniel Williams

    Daniel Williams-------Doesn't matter if you are a fry cook or a surgeon. You only get so many hours on this earth.Don't bust your ass to give more of your life to the government in taxes than you have to.

    Replies: @Feedsackroad, @Daniel Williams

    You only get so many hours on this earth.

    The sign out in front of the church this week reads: ‘Smart people get ahead on time other people waste.’

    Wise words for the coming times.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @Feedsackroad

    Feedsackroad----------As my Grandmother used to warn,"Too soon old.Too late smart." Would'a been nice if i had that epiphany 30 years sooner.

  41. @Bite Moi
    80 million Trump voters that no longer believe that things can be changed by free and honest elections.Yeah,that will end well.

    Replies: @MOG

    So, if those 80 million voters remained in a state of denial, how well would that work out? We will never have a “free and honest” election until the voters wake up to the corruption in our past elections and demand a thorough cleanup.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @MOG

    There is an old quip that if voting mattered we wouldn't be allowed to do it. We are past the point where voting matters.Prepare yourself and your family.

    Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe

  42. @Zumbuddi
    How about: On Jan 20, put a mask on your turned-off tv set. With a picture of Ashli Babbitt.

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration, it is a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.

    Better yet, Cancel cable.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Joseph Doaks, @Chrisnonymous, @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration

    I say again for the benefit of you all… they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We’re at war, act like it.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
    @Jim in Jersey

    Come on, PK... don’t make me cut and paste the entire thing again...

    , @Trevor
    @Jim in Jersey


    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.
     
    A good example is Somalian black muslim anti-semite Islam Omar and her fellow black Somalian compatriots who elected her a US Congressman. She has allegedly committed immigration fraud, marriage fraud, voter fraud, financial fraud, etc. She was not born in this country yet somehow got here and became a USA citizen and a corrupt politician with a different culture who plays by a different set of rules.

    She is presently writing articles of impeachment against President Trump with only 10 days to go in his term.

    If she were to run for president being a far-left POC now apparently obviates the need to be a NBC as with Obama and Harris.

    Replies: @loren, @loren

    , @D-FENS
    @Jim in Jersey

    Your completely right that they don’t care. We still need to boycott Nike, NFL etc. “And the other things” as JFK said in his moon speech.

    The program they’ve been selling for years to their supporters cannot work. Even some of their voters are leaving cities and states where it has already been implemented. They can double down and continue to promote failure or change their program and piss off the deluded majority of their supporters.

    They can’t win. We have to be able to survive and avoid getting so psyched out we do something stupid.

    , @Augustus
    @Jim in Jersey

    "Were at war, act like it."

    Life was looking bleak, until I saw that Pelosi's property was vandalized a short time ago, and now people got into her office. The people are getting close, and she may be taught a severe lesson. We really are at war and history may be about to find some leftist martyrs.

  43. A bit off topic but I just caught this headline elsewhere:

    Pakistan: Power outage plunges country into darkness

    They had electricity?

    • Replies: @loren
    @Jim in Jersey

    like south africa does.

    Replies: @Rooster10

    , @bruce county
    @Jim in Jersey

    It will help in keeping street shitters anonymous.

    , @Polistra
    @Jim in Jersey

    Third-world levels of dysfunction are coming to your country soon.

  44. @Anonymous
    It’s amazing to think how Eisenhower quickly sent in troops to enforce federal law after Brown v Board of Education, which ruined the education quality for millions of European-American Children til this very day.

    That must have been very unpopular and unsupported by over half the country.

    Yet it was accepted. Why? Fear of the Government

    President Trump never took any affirmation action. He played by a set of rules made up by the every enemy he was fighting, which they themselves ignored. He never once instilled fear into the hearts of his enemies.

    There are no moral victories in war. You kill or be killed. And if you refuse to take the fatal blow upon an enemy that repeatedly strikes, you become a footnote in history, for its the Winners that write history

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    “President Trump never took any affirmation action. He played by a set of rules made up by the every enemy he was fighting, which they themselves ignored. He never once instilled fear into the hearts of his enemies.”

    Sad but true. Rumor has it that the influence of Ivanka and Jared deserve much of the blame for this. Trump has demonstrated a remarkable talent for shooting himself in the foot!

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
  45. @Bite Moi
    @Daniel Williams

    Daniel Williams-------Doesn't matter if you are a fry cook or a surgeon. You only get so many hours on this earth.Don't bust your ass to give more of your life to the government in taxes than you have to.

    Replies: @Feedsackroad, @Daniel Williams

    I getcha. I was making a gag about the typo: “… trying to get head.”

  46. @Zumbuddi
    How about: On Jan 20, put a mask on your turned-off tv set. With a picture of Ashli Babbitt.

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration, it is a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.

    Better yet, Cancel cable.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Joseph Doaks, @Chrisnonymous, @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle

    “a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.”

    Yes, let’s make Inauguration Day a Day of Mourning for Ashli Babbitt! She was a genuine patriot, murdered while attempting to prevent the illegitimate installation of a zombie Chicom sympathizer, resurrected from the depths of the Swamp through the magical influence of Chinese Bat Flu.

  47. @Zumbuddi
    How about: On Jan 20, put a mask on your turned-off tv set. With a picture of Ashli Babbitt.

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration, it is a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.

    Better yet, Cancel cable.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Joseph Doaks, @Chrisnonymous, @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle

    I like that idea. January 20 as Ashli Babbitt Day. Remember true patriots.

  48. @Jim in Jersey
    A bit off topic but I just caught this headline elsewhere:

    Pakistan: Power outage plunges country into darkness



    They had electricity?

    Replies: @loren, @bruce county, @Polistra

    like south africa does.

    • Replies: @Rooster10
    @loren

    Like America will...

  49. breitbart

    Sacha Baron Cohen: Twitter, Facebook Banning Trump Is the ‘Most Important Moment in the History of Social Media’
    “Borat” star Sacha Baron Cohen — who is Hollywood’s most outspoken pro-censorship activist — has declared that Twitter and Facebook’s recent decisions to ban President Donald Trump for their platforms as “the most important moment in the history of social media.”

    NFL Disburses over $4 Million is Social Justice Grants
    The NFL is making good on its promise to fund the social justice movement through the funding of 13 grants to nonprofit organizations connected to the Inspire Change program.

  50. @loren
    @Jim in Jersey

    like south africa does.

    Replies: @Rooster10

    Like America will…

  51. @MOG
    @Bite Moi

    So, if those 80 million voters remained in a state of denial, how well would that work out? We will never have a "free and honest" election until the voters wake up to the corruption in our past elections and demand a thorough cleanup.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    There is an old quip that if voting mattered we wouldn’t be allowed to do it. We are past the point where voting matters.Prepare yourself and your family.

    • Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe
    @Bite Moi

    That's attributed to Mark Twain, aware of crooked, rapacious Gubbamint scum during his day.

  52. @Feedsackroad
    @Bite Moi


    You only get so many hours on this earth.
     
    The sign out in front of the church this week reads: 'Smart people get ahead on time other people waste.'

    Wise words for the coming times.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    Feedsackroad———-As my Grandmother used to warn,”Too soon old.Too late smart.” Would’a been nice if i had that epiphany 30 years sooner.

  53. @Jim in Jersey
    A bit off topic but I just caught this headline elsewhere:

    Pakistan: Power outage plunges country into darkness



    They had electricity?

    Replies: @loren, @bruce county, @Polistra

    It will help in keeping street shitters anonymous.

  54. @Jim in Jersey
    A bit off topic but I just caught this headline elsewhere:

    Pakistan: Power outage plunges country into darkness



    They had electricity?

    Replies: @loren, @bruce county, @Polistra

    Third-world levels of dysfunction are coming to your country soon.

  55. off topic

    Two migration-background men [muslims] involved in the torture of two underage boys at a cemetery in Solna, Sweden, have avoided the maximum sentence for their convictions.

    This week, a court found Mohammed El Hani and Ali Jahani guilty of
    aggravated robbery, kidnapping, aggravated assault, aggravated rape, and assault.

  56. @Jim in Jersey
    @Zumbuddi


    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration
     
    I say again for the benefit of you all... they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We're at war, act like it.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Trevor, @D-FENS, @Augustus

    Come on, PK… don’t make me cut and paste the entire thing again…

  57. @Jim in Jersey
    @Zumbuddi


    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration
     
    I say again for the benefit of you all... they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We're at war, act like it.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Trevor, @D-FENS, @Augustus

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    A good example is Somalian black muslim anti-semite Islam Omar and her fellow black Somalian compatriots who elected her a US Congressman. She has allegedly committed immigration fraud, marriage fraud, voter fraud, financial fraud, etc. She was not born in this country yet somehow got here and became a USA citizen and a corrupt politician with a different culture who plays by a different set of rules.

    She is presently writing articles of impeachment against President Trump with only 10 days to go in his term.

    If she were to run for president being a far-left POC now apparently obviates the need to be a NBC as with Obama and Harris.

    • Replies: @loren
    @Trevor

    infiltrators.

    Replies: @Trevor

    , @loren
    @Trevor

    Trevor
    whats an NBC?

    Replies: @Trevor, @AnalogMan

  58. Jim in Jersey———Unfortunately,you are 100% right.Best you can do is get out of debt,pick up useful skills,prepare your family for hard times,and associate with like minded Whites. When searching for your whitopia,you want rural or small town. While a tech school is nice,avoid college town whitopias. Neither the students,nor the faculty are your people.

  59. Anon[157] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    Couldn’t agree more. I’ve taken to using my free time to get ready. Stockpiling brass, survival gear, food, and clothing. Maybe it’ll never come to that but sure feels like it’s going to. This country is broken beyond repair. The only question now is will the separation be peaceful or violent? My hope is that someone can step up, tell the truth, and lead “us”. The problem with that is “we” are the backbone of this country, the other side knows it, and they’re not going to go quietly. They need our work ethic, intelligence, and tax money. They’re not quite done sucking us dry yet.

  60. @Bite Moi
    @loren

    loren-----True enough.Otherwise their majors wouldn't be sociology,psychology,or gender studies. Too many people equate credentials with intelligence and ability.

    Replies: @Rouetheday

    A few years back Black women were on this kick of bragging that their demographic was the ‘most educated in America’. They seriously thought that their pair of deuces (a cosmetology or nurses’ aide license) was the equivalent of a White man’s Royal Flush (an engineering degree or an MD license).

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @Rouetheday

    Rouetheday----------If one black woman can make another black woman's hair look acceptable,she does have the equivalent of an engineering degree.

    Replies: @AnalogMan

  61. OT: Another all-too-familiar story:

    Man faces murder charge after Region farmer finds human remains in harvested field
    https://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/update-man-faces-murder-charge-after-region-farmer-finds-human-remains-in-harvested-field/article_bc5c73b8-f236-576d-b596-a93bd3b1b79d.html

    Excerpt:
    In September, NBC’s “Dateline” reported on the case. Wolfe’s daughter, Amber Whitlock, told “Dateline” that she had been informed by her mother’s roommates that Wolfe had left the house with an acquaintance known as “Snoop.”

    Unlike most news stories covering black-on-white murders, this one shows both the perp and the victim.

    Moral of the story: Friends don’t let friends have “acquaintances” known as “Snoop.”

  62. @Trevor
    @Jim in Jersey


    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.
     
    A good example is Somalian black muslim anti-semite Islam Omar and her fellow black Somalian compatriots who elected her a US Congressman. She has allegedly committed immigration fraud, marriage fraud, voter fraud, financial fraud, etc. She was not born in this country yet somehow got here and became a USA citizen and a corrupt politician with a different culture who plays by a different set of rules.

    She is presently writing articles of impeachment against President Trump with only 10 days to go in his term.

    If she were to run for president being a far-left POC now apparently obviates the need to be a NBC as with Obama and Harris.

    Replies: @loren, @loren

    infiltrators.

    • Replies: @Trevor
    @loren

    ... or just 'traitors.

  63. @Sick 'n Tired
    @Bite Moi

    Now, more than ever, is the time to start paying as little taxes into the corrupt system as possible. I had almost $50k of what I earned last year go to the government. What do I get in return for it? Destroyed cities, businesses in ruin, and all of society's woes, and failures blamed on me, while being told I am a deplorable, racist, White supremacist, Trumptard, etc. Meanwhile I get to watch my government hand out the money they took from me for being productive, and give it to the pathetic, lazy masses who have never worked for anything, produced anything, and would be long dead if not for Uncle Sam caring for them from womb to tomb. As if that's not bad enough, I get to see all the other corrupt third world shitholes who also get handed hundreds of millions and billions in aid, which usually ends up lining the pockets of whatever despot government or warlord who is the leader of the month.

    I've been Sick 'n Tired for years, but after seeing how 2020 ended and 2021 is starting, I am contemplating changing my name to Absolutely Disgusted, because that is how I feel when I think about the upcoming future for OUR country with the Dems in control. All the identity politics, leftist PC bullshit, cancel culture, pandering to criminals, doxxing, and double speak that really took off during Obama's last term, and the actions/tantrums of the left during Trump's presidency is going to seem like cupcakes in the park compared to what the next 4+ years are warming up to be. They don't even try to hide their intentions anymore, especially now they control the White House, Senate, and Congress, the future is going to be bleak for anyone who doesn't agree with these power hungry scum who claim to be elected representatives of the American people.

    This website is one of the few places that still allows people to speak the truth about things going on, share opinions, and the comments are typically well thought out, grammatically correct, and logical, so I'm sure it won't be around much longer, labelled hate speech, or just deplatformed altogether.

    Replies: @AWM, @Lost American, @goldgettin, @Non PC Infidel

    As I’ve said before, I lived in Hong Kong back in the late 70’s and I got to talk to refugees from mainland China. They told me that you had to watch everything you said or some little rat bastard would go scurrying down a dark alley to report you to state officials. Then, you’d lose your job, be ostracized, treated like a leper and, if lucky, only be sent off to a re-education brainwashing camp instead of to prison. Your family would also suffer.

    We’ve seen the beginnings of this type of “mentality” with the left here in America- cancel culture, the silencing of opposing views, people losing jobs for “politically incorrect” speech, and so on. It will only grow worse now. There’s even talk from the left of instituting China’s “social credit score” system and for people to be publicly humiliated before mobs of leftists until they “confess and repent” as was done in China at one time. What they want is complete submission, surrender and obedience-or else. Freedom of speech (and opinion) is something they hate with a passion and they firmly believe only their speech (or opinions) should be allowed. Even the President (along with many others) has been banned from certain social media sites and there’s even calls for conservative news programs to be banned from the airwaves.

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    • Replies: @Trevor
    @Non PC Infidel


    There’s even talk from the left of instituting China’s “social credit score” system and for people to be ...
     
    That's already been started.

    It's called ((("facebook"))).


    Chi Com Cho and Willie's ho are all-in.

    , @Sick 'n Tired
    @Non PC Infidel

    Agree, what we are seeing this past week is only the beginning. The swiftness in which big tech was able to turn off Trump's access to communicate thru social media and the removal of Parler, a site for people who were getting banned from FB/Twitter/Instagram, is nothing more than an example for all the little people to show them who's really in charge.

    Trump should release as many top secret files as he can to the public, the real juicy stuff that only President's get to see or have access to. Aliens, UFOs, political assassinations, accounts of espionage, intentional accidents (Beirut harbor explosion?), and as much political dirty secrets/cover ups that these career politicians don't want to see the light of day.

    , @Piglet
    @Non PC Infidel


    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.
     
    Trump cannot do this alone, and by now he is truly alone, as his fair weather friends have deserted him. His situation reminds me of a line from the first John Wick film in which the son of a Russian mobster, not knowing the person he attacked, has killed John Wick's puppy and stolen his car, resulting in John Wick coming for him. The son says he can kill John Wick himself, but the gangster strongly tells his son:

    "You will do nothing because you can do nothing." At the 4:30 point:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSFzBXDF8mA

    That sentence truly defines Trump's situation now.

    The left intends to completely destroy him even after he's out of office and they'll be coming for the rest of us as well.

    SBPDL readers know this day has been coming. It was either going to be this year or in another four years when Trump couldn't run again and the changing demographics finally overwhelmed us, resulting in a permanent one-party state intent upon our destruction.

    Many people want to believe that what's coming has only happened in other countries and could only happen there, not here. They're about to receive a harsh lesson.
  64. @Bite Moi
    @MOG

    There is an old quip that if voting mattered we wouldn't be allowed to do it. We are past the point where voting matters.Prepare yourself and your family.

    Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe

    That’s attributed to Mark Twain, aware of crooked, rapacious Gubbamint scum during his day.

  65. @Jim in Jersey
    @Zumbuddi


    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration
     
    I say again for the benefit of you all... they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We're at war, act like it.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Trevor, @D-FENS, @Augustus

    Your completely right that they don’t care. We still need to boycott Nike, NFL etc. “And the other things” as JFK said in his moon speech.

    The program they’ve been selling for years to their supporters cannot work. Even some of their voters are leaving cities and states where it has already been implemented. They can double down and continue to promote failure or change their program and piss off the deluded majority of their supporters.

    They can’t win. We have to be able to survive and avoid getting so psyched out we do something stupid.

  66. @loren
    @Trevor

    infiltrators.

    Replies: @Trevor

    … or just ‘traitors.

  67. OT: Even an accusation would get you put on the “Racist” list for 5-10 years. This program wouldn’t even see the light of day if it was made to include POC or black on white crime on it’s pages as well.

    https://www.westernjournal.com/blm-activist-calls-race-offender-register-bar-people-future-employment/

  68. @Non PC Infidel
    @Sick 'n Tired

    As I've said before, I lived in Hong Kong back in the late 70's and I got to talk to refugees from mainland China. They told me that you had to watch everything you said or some little rat bastard would go scurrying down a dark alley to report you to state officials. Then, you'd lose your job, be ostracized, treated like a leper and, if lucky, only be sent off to a re-education brainwashing camp instead of to prison. Your family would also suffer.

    We've seen the beginnings of this type of "mentality" with the left here in America- cancel culture, the silencing of opposing views, people losing jobs for "politically incorrect" speech, and so on. It will only grow worse now. There's even talk from the left of instituting China's "social credit score" system and for people to be publicly humiliated before mobs of leftists until they "confess and repent" as was done in China at one time. What they want is complete submission, surrender and obedience-or else. Freedom of speech (and opinion) is something they hate with a passion and they firmly believe only their speech (or opinions) should be allowed. Even the President (along with many others) has been banned from certain social media sites and there's even calls for conservative news programs to be banned from the airwaves.

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    Replies: @Trevor, @Sick 'n Tired, @Piglet

    There’s even talk from the left of instituting China’s “social credit score” system and for people to be …

    That’s already been started.

    It’s called (((“facebook”))).

    Chi Com Cho and Willie’s ho are all-in.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
  69. @Jim in Jersey
    @Zumbuddi


    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration
     
    I say again for the benefit of you all... they don’t give a shit about what you or I do, watch or don’t watch, buy or don’t buy.

    If they were worried, they wouldn’t be acting with such disdain and contempt of the American people who helped them get to where they are.

    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.

    Literally half the country voted for Biden, whether you believe or agree or not. They like the way our polar opposites think and act.

    Our jobs, our tax dollars and our future has been handed over to these people who are now such a powerful, young voting demographic that THEY NO LONGER NEED YOU. They don’t even have to pretend to like you or make any provisions for you.

    You don’t want to watch the NFL anymore? Go fuck yourself! They’ve got half a country who either agrees with the kneelers, don’t give a shit or are too stupid to stop watching people who hate them and what they stand for.

    Boycott Nike? They’ll find support from the millions of negroes looking for a place to spend all the relief money they pulled out of your pocket(legally).

    Don’t watch the new black-themed movies, cartoons, reality shows? Tough shit. You’re not home for most of them anyway! It’s for the unemployed blacks and browns who are bored spending all your tax dollars!

    So sure, turn off your tv, don’t support Hollywood or organized sports but don’t expect any traction from your fury.

    This is what being fucked by your government feels like.

    Get used to it or fight.

    Or shut up.

    We're at war, act like it.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Trevor, @D-FENS, @Augustus

    “Were at war, act like it.”

    Life was looking bleak, until I saw that Pelosi’s property was vandalized a short time ago, and now people got into her office. The people are getting close, and she may be taught a severe lesson. We really are at war and history may be about to find some leftist martyrs.

  70. My quest to find the great sub-Saharan explorers who travelled and mapped the African continent have been stymied by lack of any actual information. I have yet to discover which locale in Mother Africa holds the honor and distinction of having been the port from which great oceanic voyages were taken, and know in my heart that never happened. The industry and creativeness of the average African or African-American is unknown to me as I grew up around many, many African descended persons.

    So now a large swath of the second largest continent has no real claim to a history of exploration and innovation by their own to give them insight past the horizon or back in time. These poor creatures have never gotten themselves out of Africa, save for Arab slave traders for the longest of the black African’s history, the European was a relative latecomer to taking these people into bondage. And now we have a sub-“Incontinental” Hindoo lady attempting to come to the rescue of these miserable people who have had far less need for innovation than the other races.

    If black African inventiveness is being held back I say, “Set it free to allow benefits of the inventiveness of this people to come to all the world”. But of these people are so creative and inventive and hard pressed to come across opportunities by building a better mousetrap than why don’t dot-headed Hindoo women take them in, fight for their immigration to their homelands? What Asian nation knows that the black African is the key to their future? None.

    Apparently we are holding back blacks, browns and “womyn” from inventing things. How about the next black African inventor comes up with a nutritional supplement which makes their kind as productive as others? Could the next black African inventor come up with a program which makes them more intelligent? Less violent? More literate? Anything? Okay, we’ve got paper bags, the traffic light, penicillin, peanut butter and execution by necklacing as surely black African inventions. Okay, just necklacing.

    https://www.salon.com/2021/01/10/the-iconic-american-inventor-is-still-a-white-male--thats-an-obstacle-to-race-and-gender-inclusion_partner/

    The iconic American inventor is still a white male — that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

    The story of the invention in America largely ignores the contributions of women and people of color

    By ANJALI VATS

    JANUARY 11, 2021 1:00AM (UTC)

    This article was originally published on The Conversation.

    When President Barack Obama signed the America Invents Act in 2011, he was surrounded by a group of people of diverse ages, genders and races. The speech he delivered about the legislation, which changed the technical requirements for filing a patent, highlighted this diversity by emphasizing that today anyone can become an inventor in the United States.

    Despite Obama’s optimism about women and people of color inventing and patenting the nation’s new and innovative technologies, both groups still lag considerably behind their white male counterparts in being recognized as inventors and owning patents, in the U.S. and globally. Women and people of color possess the same intellectual capacities as their white male counterparts. Yet empirical studies consistently show that patent law overwhelmingly rewards white men for their labor and skill.

    This is in part because women and people of color join science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields in much lower numbers than white men. In 2017, women made up over half of the workforce, but held only 29% of STEM jobs. But even women and people of color who go into STEM fields invent and patent far less often than their white male counterparts.

    The question is why.

    As a researcher who studies race, rhetoric and intellectual property law, I can say that the U.S.’s race and gender invention and patent gap results partly from a failure of imagination. The stories that people tell about invention in the U.S. continue to focus on white men – the Benjamin Franklins, Thomas Edisons and Elon Musks – without affording women and people of color the same larger-than-life status.

    National myths about inventorship and political barriers to patenting set up women and people of color for failure by normalizing entrenched discrimination even when they join STEM fields.

    The stories we tell about inventors

    Critical race theorists show how legal terms and everyday narratives can look as if they create a level playing field while allowing implicit bias to thrive. In my new book, “The Color of Creatorship,” I look at how intellectual property law has evolved racially over 200 years.
    Black and brown people are no longer legally prohibited from owning patents and copyrights, as they were in the 1700s and 1800s. However, seemingly colorblind patent and copyright laws continue to practically favor white male inventors and creators by using legal definitions and tests that protect inventions and creations that tend to match Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.

    From the now cliché “think outside the box” to Apple’s slogan “think different,” innovation, a central component of invention, is associated with breaking limits. Yet Americans have largely failed to change the ways that they think and talk about invention itself.

    Even Obama’s speech about the America Invents Act begins by explaining how Thomas Jefferson epitomized the nation’s mythic spirit of invention and innovation. Yet Jefferson held the racist view that Black people lacked the capacity to be truly imaginative creators, let alone citizens of the nation. Breaking limits, it turns out, is most often a privilege afforded to white people.

    The current historical moment, in which facts are negotiable, white nationalism is on the rise and the nation is weathering a pandemic, is an important time to redefine American mythologies of invention. Celebrating the inventive capacity of women and people of color matters. Recognizing their innovative genius, in films like “Hidden Figures,” helps transform what had been marginalized stories into narratives that are central to history.

    Obama’s reference to Jefferson reinforced powerful, limiting conventional wisdom about invention and innovation. Popular cultural narratives frequently invoke the contributions of white men while erasing those of women and people of color. For example, the History Channel’s The Men Who Built America focuses on the inventions and innovations of Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, business titans who achieved tremendous success via dubious ethics.

    The show’s use of the Great Man theory of inventorship and entrepreneurship leaves out the many women and people of color, including Thomas Jennings, Elijah McCoy, Miriam E. Benjamin and Sarah E. Goode who, as legal scholar Shontavia Johnson shows, not only invented and patented during the same period but, as legal scholar Kara Swanson shows, used their work to lobby for suffrage rights for women and people of color.

    Attacking Asian innovation

    America’s white-male-centered imaginings of inventorship and patenting extend beyond the nation’s borders, in xenophobic pronouncements frequently directed at Asian nations. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently proclaimed: “Success in India is based on studying, having a job . . . where’s the creativity?”

    Similarly, President Trump claimed to be “protecting the innovations, creations, and inventions that power our country” from Chinese graduate students, who are part of a racial group that has long boosted America’s economy, fueled global innovation and offered pandemic assistance.
    Refusal to recognize diversity in inventorship is a bipartisan affair. Then-presidential candidate and current President-elect Joseph Biden made a shocking assertion about innovation in China: “I challenge you, name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China.”

    Inventing new ways to talk about invention

    Racist, sexist and xenophobic inventorship and patenting norms are not immutable facts. They are practices built on exclusionary stories and feelings, transformed into familiar myths, including that of the American dream. These exclusionary stories frequently function as dog whistles that have long been used to fuel white anxieties about people of color and men’s anxieties about women. They make it difficult for women and people of color to prove they have the expertise needed to invent and patent.

    However, as films like “Hidden Figures” emphatically show, it’s possible to tell inclusionary stories. I argue that telling them is an ethical act because it ensures that society recognizes the genius of people of all identities – race, gender, nationality, religion, ability, age – in contributing to invention and innovation, current and historical.

    Rhetoricians frequently proclaim that “words mean things.” This is certainly true when imagining who has the capacity to perform certain tasks, such as inventing and patenting. At a moment in which the U.S. faces threats to democracy, environment and economy, it is more important than ever to invent new ways of talking about invention. People of all identities deserve the opportunities to create and own their innovative solutions for solving the world’s most pressing problems. More importantly, they deserve to be treated as full citizens in the realm of intellectual property and innovation.

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    • Replies: @dindunuffins
    @Lancelot_Link

    Hidden Figures was absolute lying propaganda. Jack Crenshaw is the REAL THING>not 3 sheboons. And NASA exists because of GERMANS....sorry but these are facts.

    Replies: @PO'd in PG County

    , @AnalogMan
    @Lancelot_Link

    It makes my head hurt to read the kind of crap you quoted. To see that drivel sponsored by an actual university is mind-blowing.

    What is his actual beef? POCs (POX) and women are being prevented from contributing to innovation by "Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity." They're held back by "stories", "myths", "imaginings" and "feelings".

    That's it.

    Facts? "Facts are negotiable". If we change the narrative, the facts will follow. They can be whatever the narrative requires.

    How did Americans - how could any sentient creature - degenerate to where this kind of garbage passes for scholarship? How did I degenerate to the point where I actually read it?

    I agree with your view of the "Out of Africa" theory. Those creatures never made it out on their own. Interestingly, there is new research supporting that view:

    https://twitter.com/YungSpengler/status/1344163916931358720

    , @Anon
    @Lancelot_Link

    Rebel here.

    I’m an attorney. This woman sounds retarded.

    Not only does she imply she’s a lawyer, bragging about how she’s “studied law” (she’s not), she lists herself as an “associate professor of law (by courtesy)”. I had to look that up. Typical flowery title that means the opposite of what they hope you’ll think it means. It means she doesn’t have anything to do with law, but they’re having her teach a class on something else at the law school. She’s making as much as she can out of the position they gave her.

    I’d guess this ridiculous person’s IQ at about 87. High enough that she’s heard big words and can string them together, but still far too dumb to know what those words mean, or that regular people know those words make no sense in the way she’s smashed them together in her retarded word salad.

    Replies: @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    , @Bite Moi
    @Lancelot_Link

    Lancelot Link---------My experience is that women and blacks confuse having an idea with actually inventing something. That's probably why Wicca,otherwise known as witchcraft, has 100 times more females than any engineering major. Blacks likewise are full of ideas.See Congo Space Program for further information. HHhhmmm, 23d century star ships powered by anti-peanut butter.

  71. @Non PC Infidel
    @Sick 'n Tired

    As I've said before, I lived in Hong Kong back in the late 70's and I got to talk to refugees from mainland China. They told me that you had to watch everything you said or some little rat bastard would go scurrying down a dark alley to report you to state officials. Then, you'd lose your job, be ostracized, treated like a leper and, if lucky, only be sent off to a re-education brainwashing camp instead of to prison. Your family would also suffer.

    We've seen the beginnings of this type of "mentality" with the left here in America- cancel culture, the silencing of opposing views, people losing jobs for "politically incorrect" speech, and so on. It will only grow worse now. There's even talk from the left of instituting China's "social credit score" system and for people to be publicly humiliated before mobs of leftists until they "confess and repent" as was done in China at one time. What they want is complete submission, surrender and obedience-or else. Freedom of speech (and opinion) is something they hate with a passion and they firmly believe only their speech (or opinions) should be allowed. Even the President (along with many others) has been banned from certain social media sites and there's even calls for conservative news programs to be banned from the airwaves.

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    Replies: @Trevor, @Sick 'n Tired, @Piglet

    Agree, what we are seeing this past week is only the beginning. The swiftness in which big tech was able to turn off Trump’s access to communicate thru social media and the removal of Parler, a site for people who were getting banned from FB/Twitter/Instagram, is nothing more than an example for all the little people to show them who’s really in charge.

    Trump should release as many top secret files as he can to the public, the real juicy stuff that only President’s get to see or have access to. Aliens, UFOs, political assassinations, accounts of espionage, intentional accidents (Beirut harbor explosion?), and as much political dirty secrets/cover ups that these career politicians don’t want to see the light of day.

    • LOL: bruce county
  72. @Trevor
    @Jim in Jersey


    While we watched, over the past fifty years, almost my entire life, they’ve imported another voting populace that has grown strong enough to not only challenge us, but beat us now.
     
    A good example is Somalian black muslim anti-semite Islam Omar and her fellow black Somalian compatriots who elected her a US Congressman. She has allegedly committed immigration fraud, marriage fraud, voter fraud, financial fraud, etc. She was not born in this country yet somehow got here and became a USA citizen and a corrupt politician with a different culture who plays by a different set of rules.

    She is presently writing articles of impeachment against President Trump with only 10 days to go in his term.

    If she were to run for president being a far-left POC now apparently obviates the need to be a NBC as with Obama and Harris.

    Replies: @loren, @loren

    Trevor
    whats an NBC?

    • Replies: @Trevor
    @loren

    NBC = Natural Born Citizen

    It is a constitutional requirement for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency.

    Ideally, a person born within the jurisdiction of the USA and born to two parents who are both USA citizens. Then there are no questions.

    However, the exact definition in practice has become somewhat ambiguous and contentious, especially since Obama.

    Kamala Harris as an "anchor baby" born in the USA but to two non-citizen parents at the time of her birth has "birthright citizenship" by place of birth and is not an NBC by the strict definition.

    Obama had only one USA citizen parent and allegedly may have been born outside USA jurisdiction (Kenya) and therefore may not be an NBC based on his father's lack of citizenship or place of birth or both.

    , @AnalogMan
    @loren

    Natural Born Citizen?

  73. @Lost American
    @Sick 'n Tired

    The small business owners who watched their stores go up in smoke are far more important to me than the 500 plus creatures who occupy the centers of power in DC. These creatures mean nothing to me. To avoid anger and frustration just deal with them as the shits they are, that is, ignore them. Stay informed but don't let it make you more angry. They want people to be afraid and anxious. Once the Georgia Senate seats were stolen or lost , I said "that's it". I go my way, I help good people, and I protect my good neighbors.
    These 500 plus- most are just foul, self serving garbage with the Democrats making up the large majority of this fecal material.
    I guess we can be sort of like Gandhi- I don't express myself well, but maybe the analogy to what it is like for a Marine rifleman in a place like Vietnam is a good way to express my feelings. "They" don't give a damn about you and thus I don't give a damn about them. Don't do them any favors.

    Replies: @wanderingnotlost

    Sadly,I never thought I would see the day when we are possibly on the verge of another civil war.
    It is virtually impossible to watch anything on television without having this liberal crap shoved down our throats. I can’t even watch The Weather Channel because they blame everything on Global Warming, unless it’s a blizzard, then it’s climate change. Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.

    • Replies: @Piglet
    @wanderingnotlost


    Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.
     
    Very wise advice. I have never told my own brothers that I have an AR or anything else. Being such devoted leftists, when Dementia Joe and the Ho put out their decree to either turn in our weapons or face confiscation and prison, I have no doubt my own family members would turn on me to further the cause.

    Replies: @Detroit Refugee

  74. @wanderingnotlost
    @Lost American

    Sadly,I never thought I would see the day when we are possibly on the verge of another civil war.
    It is virtually impossible to watch anything on television without having this liberal crap shoved down our throats. I can’t even watch The Weather Channel because they blame everything on Global Warming, unless it’s a blizzard, then it’s climate change. Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.

    Replies: @Piglet

    Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.

    Very wise advice. I have never told my own brothers that I have an AR or anything else. Being such devoted leftists, when Dementia Joe and the Ho put out their decree to either turn in our weapons or face confiscation and prison, I have no doubt my own family members would turn on me to further the cause.

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
    @Piglet

    Absolutely correct. The "left" will offer rewards to snitches, the way cash is offered to turn in people who attended the Stop the Steal Rally. I saw a story of a daughter turning on her own mother, an aunt and uncle.

    In the future it will be neighbors and coworkers we must fear the most. From here on out dont speak on shit related to firearms. I trust my siblings because theyre on board.

  75. @Non PC Infidel
    @Sick 'n Tired

    As I've said before, I lived in Hong Kong back in the late 70's and I got to talk to refugees from mainland China. They told me that you had to watch everything you said or some little rat bastard would go scurrying down a dark alley to report you to state officials. Then, you'd lose your job, be ostracized, treated like a leper and, if lucky, only be sent off to a re-education brainwashing camp instead of to prison. Your family would also suffer.

    We've seen the beginnings of this type of "mentality" with the left here in America- cancel culture, the silencing of opposing views, people losing jobs for "politically incorrect" speech, and so on. It will only grow worse now. There's even talk from the left of instituting China's "social credit score" system and for people to be publicly humiliated before mobs of leftists until they "confess and repent" as was done in China at one time. What they want is complete submission, surrender and obedience-or else. Freedom of speech (and opinion) is something they hate with a passion and they firmly believe only their speech (or opinions) should be allowed. Even the President (along with many others) has been banned from certain social media sites and there's even calls for conservative news programs to be banned from the airwaves.

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    Replies: @Trevor, @Sick 'n Tired, @Piglet

    Over the next ten days, President Trump has a golden opportunity to drop the hammer on these leftist assholes. What remains to be seen is whether he will do it or simply walk away and allow them free reign to crap on the nation.

    Trump cannot do this alone, and by now he is truly alone, as his fair weather friends have deserted him. His situation reminds me of a line from the first John Wick film in which the son of a Russian mobster, not knowing the person he attacked, has killed John Wick’s puppy and stolen his car, resulting in John Wick coming for him. The son says he can kill John Wick himself, but the gangster strongly tells his son:

    “You will do nothing because you can do nothing.” At the 4:30 point:

    That sentence truly defines Trump’s situation now.

    The left intends to completely destroy him even after he’s out of office and they’ll be coming for the rest of us as well.

    SBPDL readers know this day has been coming. It was either going to be this year or in another four years when Trump couldn’t run again and the changing demographics finally overwhelmed us, resulting in a permanent one-party state intent upon our destruction.

    Many people want to believe that what’s coming has only happened in other countries and could only happen there, not here. They’re about to receive a harsh lesson.

  76. @loren
    @Trevor

    Trevor
    whats an NBC?

    Replies: @Trevor, @AnalogMan

    NBC = Natural Born Citizen

    It is a constitutional requirement for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency.

    Ideally, a person born within the jurisdiction of the USA and born to two parents who are both USA citizens. Then there are no questions.

    However, the exact definition in practice has become somewhat ambiguous and contentious, especially since Obama.

    Kamala Harris as an “anchor baby” born in the USA but to two non-citizen parents at the time of her birth has “birthright citizenship” by place of birth and is not an NBC by the strict definition.

    Obama had only one USA citizen parent and allegedly may have been born outside USA jurisdiction (Kenya) and therefore may not be an NBC based on his father’s lack of citizenship or place of birth or both.

  77. @Lancelot_Link
    My quest to find the great sub-Saharan explorers who travelled and mapped the African continent have been stymied by lack of any actual information. I have yet to discover which locale in Mother Africa holds the honor and distinction of having been the port from which great oceanic voyages were taken, and know in my heart that never happened. The industry and creativeness of the average African or African-American is unknown to me as I grew up around many, many African descended persons.

    So now a large swath of the second largest continent has no real claim to a history of exploration and innovation by their own to give them insight past the horizon or back in time. These poor creatures have never gotten themselves out of Africa, save for Arab slave traders for the longest of the black African's history, the European was a relative latecomer to taking these people into bondage. And now we have a sub-"Incontinental" Hindoo lady attempting to come to the rescue of these miserable people who have had far less need for innovation than the other races.

    If black African inventiveness is being held back I say, "Set it free to allow benefits of the inventiveness of this people to come to all the world". But of these people are so creative and inventive and hard pressed to come across opportunities by building a better mousetrap than why don't dot-headed Hindoo women take them in, fight for their immigration to their homelands? What Asian nation knows that the black African is the key to their future? None.

    Apparently we are holding back blacks, browns and "womyn" from inventing things. How about the next black African inventor comes up with a nutritional supplement which makes their kind as productive as others? Could the next black African inventor come up with a program which makes them more intelligent? Less violent? More literate? Anything? Okay, we've got paper bags, the traffic light, penicillin, peanut butter and execution by necklacing as surely black African inventions. Okay, just necklacing.

    https://www.salon.com/2021/01/10/the-iconic-american-inventor-is-still-a-white-male--thats-an-obstacle-to-race-and-gender-inclusion_partner/

    The iconic American inventor is still a white male — that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

    The story of the invention in America largely ignores the contributions of women and people of color

    By ANJALI VATS

    JANUARY 11, 2021 1:00AM (UTC)

    This article was originally published on The Conversation.

    When President Barack Obama signed the America Invents Act in 2011, he was surrounded by a group of people of diverse ages, genders and races. The speech he delivered about the legislation, which changed the technical requirements for filing a patent, highlighted this diversity by emphasizing that today anyone can become an inventor in the United States.

    Despite Obama's optimism about women and people of color inventing and patenting the nation's new and innovative technologies, both groups still lag considerably behind their white male counterparts in being recognized as inventors and owning patents, in the U.S. and globally. Women and people of color possess the same intellectual capacities as their white male counterparts. Yet empirical studies consistently show that patent law overwhelmingly rewards white men for their labor and skill.

    This is in part because women and people of color join science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields in much lower numbers than white men. In 2017, women made up over half of the workforce, but held only 29% of STEM jobs. But even women and people of color who go into STEM fields invent and patent far less often than their white male counterparts.

    The question is why.

    As a researcher who studies race, rhetoric and intellectual property law, I can say that the U.S.'s race and gender invention and patent gap results partly from a failure of imagination. The stories that people tell about invention in the U.S. continue to focus on white men – the Benjamin Franklins, Thomas Edisons and Elon Musks – without affording women and people of color the same larger-than-life status.

    National myths about inventorship and political barriers to patenting set up women and people of color for failure by normalizing entrenched discrimination even when they join STEM fields.

    The stories we tell about inventors

    Critical race theorists show how legal terms and everyday narratives can look as if they create a level playing field while allowing implicit bias to thrive. In my new book, "The Color of Creatorship," I look at how intellectual property law has evolved racially over 200 years.
    Black and brown people are no longer legally prohibited from owning patents and copyrights, as they were in the 1700s and 1800s. However, seemingly colorblind patent and copyright laws continue to practically favor white male inventors and creators by using legal definitions and tests that protect inventions and creations that tend to match Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.

    From the now cliché "think outside the box" to Apple's slogan "think different," innovation, a central component of invention, is associated with breaking limits. Yet Americans have largely failed to change the ways that they think and talk about invention itself.

    Even Obama's speech about the America Invents Act begins by explaining how Thomas Jefferson epitomized the nation's mythic spirit of invention and innovation. Yet Jefferson held the racist view that Black people lacked the capacity to be truly imaginative creators, let alone citizens of the nation. Breaking limits, it turns out, is most often a privilege afforded to white people.

    The current historical moment, in which facts are negotiable, white nationalism is on the rise and the nation is weathering a pandemic, is an important time to redefine American mythologies of invention. Celebrating the inventive capacity of women and people of color matters. Recognizing their innovative genius, in films like "Hidden Figures," helps transform what had been marginalized stories into narratives that are central to history.

    Obama's reference to Jefferson reinforced powerful, limiting conventional wisdom about invention and innovation. Popular cultural narratives frequently invoke the contributions of white men while erasing those of women and people of color. For example, the History Channel's The Men Who Built America focuses on the inventions and innovations of Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, business titans who achieved tremendous success via dubious ethics.

    The show's use of the Great Man theory of inventorship and entrepreneurship leaves out the many women and people of color, including Thomas Jennings, Elijah McCoy, Miriam E. Benjamin and Sarah E. Goode who, as legal scholar Shontavia Johnson shows, not only invented and patented during the same period but, as legal scholar Kara Swanson shows, used their work to lobby for suffrage rights for women and people of color.

    Attacking Asian innovation

    America's white-male-centered imaginings of inventorship and patenting extend beyond the nation's borders, in xenophobic pronouncements frequently directed at Asian nations. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently proclaimed: "Success in India is based on studying, having a job . . . where's the creativity?"

    Similarly, President Trump claimed to be "protecting the innovations, creations, and inventions that power our country" from Chinese graduate students, who are part of a racial group that has long boosted America's economy, fueled global innovation and offered pandemic assistance.
    Refusal to recognize diversity in inventorship is a bipartisan affair. Then-presidential candidate and current President-elect Joseph Biden made a shocking assertion about innovation in China: "I challenge you, name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China."

    Inventing new ways to talk about invention

    Racist, sexist and xenophobic inventorship and patenting norms are not immutable facts. They are practices built on exclusionary stories and feelings, transformed into familiar myths, including that of the American dream. These exclusionary stories frequently function as dog whistles that have long been used to fuel white anxieties about people of color and men's anxieties about women. They make it difficult for women and people of color to prove they have the expertise needed to invent and patent.

    However, as films like "Hidden Figures" emphatically show, it's possible to tell inclusionary stories. I argue that telling them is an ethical act because it ensures that society recognizes the genius of people of all identities – race, gender, nationality, religion, ability, age – in contributing to invention and innovation, current and historical.

    Rhetoricians frequently proclaim that "words mean things." This is certainly true when imagining who has the capacity to perform certain tasks, such as inventing and patenting. At a moment in which the U.S. faces threats to democracy, environment and economy, it is more important than ever to invent new ways of talking about invention. People of all identities deserve the opportunities to create and own their innovative solutions for solving the world's most pressing problems. More importantly, they deserve to be treated as full citizens in the realm of intellectual property and innovation.

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    Replies: @dindunuffins, @AnalogMan, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Hidden Figures was absolute lying propaganda. Jack Crenshaw is the REAL THING>not 3 sheboons. And NASA exists because of GERMANS….sorry but these are facts.

    • Agree: AR in Illinois
    • Replies: @PO'd in PG County
    @dindunuffins

    And in that vein, because those virtues won't signal all by themselves...

    https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sign-of-progress-street-renaming-puts-nasa-headquarters-on-hidden-figures-way

  78. @dindunuffins
    @Lancelot_Link

    Hidden Figures was absolute lying propaganda. Jack Crenshaw is the REAL THING>not 3 sheboons. And NASA exists because of GERMANS....sorry but these are facts.

    Replies: @PO'd in PG County

    And in that vein, because those virtues won’t signal all by themselves…

    https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sign-of-progress-street-renaming-puts-nasa-headquarters-on-hidden-figures-way

  79. @Lancelot_Link
    My quest to find the great sub-Saharan explorers who travelled and mapped the African continent have been stymied by lack of any actual information. I have yet to discover which locale in Mother Africa holds the honor and distinction of having been the port from which great oceanic voyages were taken, and know in my heart that never happened. The industry and creativeness of the average African or African-American is unknown to me as I grew up around many, many African descended persons.

    So now a large swath of the second largest continent has no real claim to a history of exploration and innovation by their own to give them insight past the horizon or back in time. These poor creatures have never gotten themselves out of Africa, save for Arab slave traders for the longest of the black African's history, the European was a relative latecomer to taking these people into bondage. And now we have a sub-"Incontinental" Hindoo lady attempting to come to the rescue of these miserable people who have had far less need for innovation than the other races.

    If black African inventiveness is being held back I say, "Set it free to allow benefits of the inventiveness of this people to come to all the world". But of these people are so creative and inventive and hard pressed to come across opportunities by building a better mousetrap than why don't dot-headed Hindoo women take them in, fight for their immigration to their homelands? What Asian nation knows that the black African is the key to their future? None.

    Apparently we are holding back blacks, browns and "womyn" from inventing things. How about the next black African inventor comes up with a nutritional supplement which makes their kind as productive as others? Could the next black African inventor come up with a program which makes them more intelligent? Less violent? More literate? Anything? Okay, we've got paper bags, the traffic light, penicillin, peanut butter and execution by necklacing as surely black African inventions. Okay, just necklacing.

    https://www.salon.com/2021/01/10/the-iconic-american-inventor-is-still-a-white-male--thats-an-obstacle-to-race-and-gender-inclusion_partner/

    The iconic American inventor is still a white male — that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

    The story of the invention in America largely ignores the contributions of women and people of color

    By ANJALI VATS

    JANUARY 11, 2021 1:00AM (UTC)

    This article was originally published on The Conversation.

    When President Barack Obama signed the America Invents Act in 2011, he was surrounded by a group of people of diverse ages, genders and races. The speech he delivered about the legislation, which changed the technical requirements for filing a patent, highlighted this diversity by emphasizing that today anyone can become an inventor in the United States.

    Despite Obama's optimism about women and people of color inventing and patenting the nation's new and innovative technologies, both groups still lag considerably behind their white male counterparts in being recognized as inventors and owning patents, in the U.S. and globally. Women and people of color possess the same intellectual capacities as their white male counterparts. Yet empirical studies consistently show that patent law overwhelmingly rewards white men for their labor and skill.

    This is in part because women and people of color join science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields in much lower numbers than white men. In 2017, women made up over half of the workforce, but held only 29% of STEM jobs. But even women and people of color who go into STEM fields invent and patent far less often than their white male counterparts.

    The question is why.

    As a researcher who studies race, rhetoric and intellectual property law, I can say that the U.S.'s race and gender invention and patent gap results partly from a failure of imagination. The stories that people tell about invention in the U.S. continue to focus on white men – the Benjamin Franklins, Thomas Edisons and Elon Musks – without affording women and people of color the same larger-than-life status.

    National myths about inventorship and political barriers to patenting set up women and people of color for failure by normalizing entrenched discrimination even when they join STEM fields.

    The stories we tell about inventors

    Critical race theorists show how legal terms and everyday narratives can look as if they create a level playing field while allowing implicit bias to thrive. In my new book, "The Color of Creatorship," I look at how intellectual property law has evolved racially over 200 years.
    Black and brown people are no longer legally prohibited from owning patents and copyrights, as they were in the 1700s and 1800s. However, seemingly colorblind patent and copyright laws continue to practically favor white male inventors and creators by using legal definitions and tests that protect inventions and creations that tend to match Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.

    From the now cliché "think outside the box" to Apple's slogan "think different," innovation, a central component of invention, is associated with breaking limits. Yet Americans have largely failed to change the ways that they think and talk about invention itself.

    Even Obama's speech about the America Invents Act begins by explaining how Thomas Jefferson epitomized the nation's mythic spirit of invention and innovation. Yet Jefferson held the racist view that Black people lacked the capacity to be truly imaginative creators, let alone citizens of the nation. Breaking limits, it turns out, is most often a privilege afforded to white people.

    The current historical moment, in which facts are negotiable, white nationalism is on the rise and the nation is weathering a pandemic, is an important time to redefine American mythologies of invention. Celebrating the inventive capacity of women and people of color matters. Recognizing their innovative genius, in films like "Hidden Figures," helps transform what had been marginalized stories into narratives that are central to history.

    Obama's reference to Jefferson reinforced powerful, limiting conventional wisdom about invention and innovation. Popular cultural narratives frequently invoke the contributions of white men while erasing those of women and people of color. For example, the History Channel's The Men Who Built America focuses on the inventions and innovations of Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, business titans who achieved tremendous success via dubious ethics.

    The show's use of the Great Man theory of inventorship and entrepreneurship leaves out the many women and people of color, including Thomas Jennings, Elijah McCoy, Miriam E. Benjamin and Sarah E. Goode who, as legal scholar Shontavia Johnson shows, not only invented and patented during the same period but, as legal scholar Kara Swanson shows, used their work to lobby for suffrage rights for women and people of color.

    Attacking Asian innovation

    America's white-male-centered imaginings of inventorship and patenting extend beyond the nation's borders, in xenophobic pronouncements frequently directed at Asian nations. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently proclaimed: "Success in India is based on studying, having a job . . . where's the creativity?"

    Similarly, President Trump claimed to be "protecting the innovations, creations, and inventions that power our country" from Chinese graduate students, who are part of a racial group that has long boosted America's economy, fueled global innovation and offered pandemic assistance.
    Refusal to recognize diversity in inventorship is a bipartisan affair. Then-presidential candidate and current President-elect Joseph Biden made a shocking assertion about innovation in China: "I challenge you, name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China."

    Inventing new ways to talk about invention

    Racist, sexist and xenophobic inventorship and patenting norms are not immutable facts. They are practices built on exclusionary stories and feelings, transformed into familiar myths, including that of the American dream. These exclusionary stories frequently function as dog whistles that have long been used to fuel white anxieties about people of color and men's anxieties about women. They make it difficult for women and people of color to prove they have the expertise needed to invent and patent.

    However, as films like "Hidden Figures" emphatically show, it's possible to tell inclusionary stories. I argue that telling them is an ethical act because it ensures that society recognizes the genius of people of all identities – race, gender, nationality, religion, ability, age – in contributing to invention and innovation, current and historical.

    Rhetoricians frequently proclaim that "words mean things." This is certainly true when imagining who has the capacity to perform certain tasks, such as inventing and patenting. At a moment in which the U.S. faces threats to democracy, environment and economy, it is more important than ever to invent new ways of talking about invention. People of all identities deserve the opportunities to create and own their innovative solutions for solving the world's most pressing problems. More importantly, they deserve to be treated as full citizens in the realm of intellectual property and innovation.

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    Replies: @dindunuffins, @AnalogMan, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    It makes my head hurt to read the kind of crap you quoted. To see that drivel sponsored by an actual university is mind-blowing.

    What is his actual beef? POCs (POX) and women are being prevented from contributing to innovation by “Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.” They’re held back by “stories”, “myths”, “imaginings” and “feelings”.

    That’s it.

    Facts? “Facts are negotiable”. If we change the narrative, the facts will follow. They can be whatever the narrative requires.

    How did Americans – how could any sentient creature – degenerate to where this kind of garbage passes for scholarship? How did I degenerate to the point where I actually read it?

    I agree with your view of the “Out of Africa” theory. Those creatures never made it out on their own. Interestingly, there is new research supporting that view:

    • Agree: Lancelot_Link
  80. @loren
    @Trevor

    Trevor
    whats an NBC?

    Replies: @Trevor, @AnalogMan

    Natural Born Citizen?

  81. In discovering the real culprits behind the Capitol Building riot, one needs to use the cui bono principle, for whose benefits. Trump and his supporters did not benefit. The riot greatly harmed them and seriously damaged their cause. However, the riot immensely advances the cause of the Democrats, globalists, and Chinese by devastating Trump and his supporters. Besides, Democrats are notorious for accusing Republicans of crimes of which the Democrats are guilty. https://tcallenco.blogspot.com/2021/01/biden-unifier.html

  82. Anon[178] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lancelot_Link
    My quest to find the great sub-Saharan explorers who travelled and mapped the African continent have been stymied by lack of any actual information. I have yet to discover which locale in Mother Africa holds the honor and distinction of having been the port from which great oceanic voyages were taken, and know in my heart that never happened. The industry and creativeness of the average African or African-American is unknown to me as I grew up around many, many African descended persons.

    So now a large swath of the second largest continent has no real claim to a history of exploration and innovation by their own to give them insight past the horizon or back in time. These poor creatures have never gotten themselves out of Africa, save for Arab slave traders for the longest of the black African's history, the European was a relative latecomer to taking these people into bondage. And now we have a sub-"Incontinental" Hindoo lady attempting to come to the rescue of these miserable people who have had far less need for innovation than the other races.

    If black African inventiveness is being held back I say, "Set it free to allow benefits of the inventiveness of this people to come to all the world". But of these people are so creative and inventive and hard pressed to come across opportunities by building a better mousetrap than why don't dot-headed Hindoo women take them in, fight for their immigration to their homelands? What Asian nation knows that the black African is the key to their future? None.

    Apparently we are holding back blacks, browns and "womyn" from inventing things. How about the next black African inventor comes up with a nutritional supplement which makes their kind as productive as others? Could the next black African inventor come up with a program which makes them more intelligent? Less violent? More literate? Anything? Okay, we've got paper bags, the traffic light, penicillin, peanut butter and execution by necklacing as surely black African inventions. Okay, just necklacing.

    https://www.salon.com/2021/01/10/the-iconic-american-inventor-is-still-a-white-male--thats-an-obstacle-to-race-and-gender-inclusion_partner/

    The iconic American inventor is still a white male — that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

    The story of the invention in America largely ignores the contributions of women and people of color

    By ANJALI VATS

    JANUARY 11, 2021 1:00AM (UTC)

    This article was originally published on The Conversation.

    When President Barack Obama signed the America Invents Act in 2011, he was surrounded by a group of people of diverse ages, genders and races. The speech he delivered about the legislation, which changed the technical requirements for filing a patent, highlighted this diversity by emphasizing that today anyone can become an inventor in the United States.

    Despite Obama's optimism about women and people of color inventing and patenting the nation's new and innovative technologies, both groups still lag considerably behind their white male counterparts in being recognized as inventors and owning patents, in the U.S. and globally. Women and people of color possess the same intellectual capacities as their white male counterparts. Yet empirical studies consistently show that patent law overwhelmingly rewards white men for their labor and skill.

    This is in part because women and people of color join science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields in much lower numbers than white men. In 2017, women made up over half of the workforce, but held only 29% of STEM jobs. But even women and people of color who go into STEM fields invent and patent far less often than their white male counterparts.

    The question is why.

    As a researcher who studies race, rhetoric and intellectual property law, I can say that the U.S.'s race and gender invention and patent gap results partly from a failure of imagination. The stories that people tell about invention in the U.S. continue to focus on white men – the Benjamin Franklins, Thomas Edisons and Elon Musks – without affording women and people of color the same larger-than-life status.

    National myths about inventorship and political barriers to patenting set up women and people of color for failure by normalizing entrenched discrimination even when they join STEM fields.

    The stories we tell about inventors

    Critical race theorists show how legal terms and everyday narratives can look as if they create a level playing field while allowing implicit bias to thrive. In my new book, "The Color of Creatorship," I look at how intellectual property law has evolved racially over 200 years.
    Black and brown people are no longer legally prohibited from owning patents and copyrights, as they were in the 1700s and 1800s. However, seemingly colorblind patent and copyright laws continue to practically favor white male inventors and creators by using legal definitions and tests that protect inventions and creations that tend to match Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.

    From the now cliché "think outside the box" to Apple's slogan "think different," innovation, a central component of invention, is associated with breaking limits. Yet Americans have largely failed to change the ways that they think and talk about invention itself.

    Even Obama's speech about the America Invents Act begins by explaining how Thomas Jefferson epitomized the nation's mythic spirit of invention and innovation. Yet Jefferson held the racist view that Black people lacked the capacity to be truly imaginative creators, let alone citizens of the nation. Breaking limits, it turns out, is most often a privilege afforded to white people.

    The current historical moment, in which facts are negotiable, white nationalism is on the rise and the nation is weathering a pandemic, is an important time to redefine American mythologies of invention. Celebrating the inventive capacity of women and people of color matters. Recognizing their innovative genius, in films like "Hidden Figures," helps transform what had been marginalized stories into narratives that are central to history.

    Obama's reference to Jefferson reinforced powerful, limiting conventional wisdom about invention and innovation. Popular cultural narratives frequently invoke the contributions of white men while erasing those of women and people of color. For example, the History Channel's The Men Who Built America focuses on the inventions and innovations of Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, business titans who achieved tremendous success via dubious ethics.

    The show's use of the Great Man theory of inventorship and entrepreneurship leaves out the many women and people of color, including Thomas Jennings, Elijah McCoy, Miriam E. Benjamin and Sarah E. Goode who, as legal scholar Shontavia Johnson shows, not only invented and patented during the same period but, as legal scholar Kara Swanson shows, used their work to lobby for suffrage rights for women and people of color.

    Attacking Asian innovation

    America's white-male-centered imaginings of inventorship and patenting extend beyond the nation's borders, in xenophobic pronouncements frequently directed at Asian nations. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently proclaimed: "Success in India is based on studying, having a job . . . where's the creativity?"

    Similarly, President Trump claimed to be "protecting the innovations, creations, and inventions that power our country" from Chinese graduate students, who are part of a racial group that has long boosted America's economy, fueled global innovation and offered pandemic assistance.
    Refusal to recognize diversity in inventorship is a bipartisan affair. Then-presidential candidate and current President-elect Joseph Biden made a shocking assertion about innovation in China: "I challenge you, name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China."

    Inventing new ways to talk about invention

    Racist, sexist and xenophobic inventorship and patenting norms are not immutable facts. They are practices built on exclusionary stories and feelings, transformed into familiar myths, including that of the American dream. These exclusionary stories frequently function as dog whistles that have long been used to fuel white anxieties about people of color and men's anxieties about women. They make it difficult for women and people of color to prove they have the expertise needed to invent and patent.

    However, as films like "Hidden Figures" emphatically show, it's possible to tell inclusionary stories. I argue that telling them is an ethical act because it ensures that society recognizes the genius of people of all identities – race, gender, nationality, religion, ability, age – in contributing to invention and innovation, current and historical.

    Rhetoricians frequently proclaim that "words mean things." This is certainly true when imagining who has the capacity to perform certain tasks, such as inventing and patenting. At a moment in which the U.S. faces threats to democracy, environment and economy, it is more important than ever to invent new ways of talking about invention. People of all identities deserve the opportunities to create and own their innovative solutions for solving the world's most pressing problems. More importantly, they deserve to be treated as full citizens in the realm of intellectual property and innovation.

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    Replies: @dindunuffins, @AnalogMan, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Rebel here.

    I’m an attorney. This woman sounds retarded.

    Not only does she imply she’s a lawyer, bragging about how she’s “studied law” (she’s not), she lists herself as an “associate professor of law (by courtesy)”. I had to look that up. Typical flowery title that means the opposite of what they hope you’ll think it means. It means she doesn’t have anything to do with law, but they’re having her teach a class on something else at the law school. She’s making as much as she can out of the position they gave her.

    I’d guess this ridiculous person’s IQ at about 87. High enough that she’s heard big words and can string them together, but still far too dumb to know what those words mean, or that regular people know those words make no sense in the way she’s smashed them together in her retarded word salad.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Boy the way Glenn Miller played
    @Anon


    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College
     
    Tl;dr. Her name sounds like someone who is unqualified to properly clean a toilet.
  83. @Rouetheday
    @Bite Moi

    A few years back Black women were on this kick of bragging that their demographic was the 'most educated in America'. They seriously thought that their pair of deuces (a cosmetology or nurses' aide license) was the equivalent of a White man's Royal Flush (an engineering degree or an MD license).

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    Rouetheday———-If one black woman can make another black woman’s hair look acceptable,she does have the equivalent of an engineering degree.

    • LOL: Female in FL
    • Replies: @AnalogMan
    @Bite Moi

    That's not engineering. If that could be done, it would be witchcraft.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

  84. @Lancelot_Link
    My quest to find the great sub-Saharan explorers who travelled and mapped the African continent have been stymied by lack of any actual information. I have yet to discover which locale in Mother Africa holds the honor and distinction of having been the port from which great oceanic voyages were taken, and know in my heart that never happened. The industry and creativeness of the average African or African-American is unknown to me as I grew up around many, many African descended persons.

    So now a large swath of the second largest continent has no real claim to a history of exploration and innovation by their own to give them insight past the horizon or back in time. These poor creatures have never gotten themselves out of Africa, save for Arab slave traders for the longest of the black African's history, the European was a relative latecomer to taking these people into bondage. And now we have a sub-"Incontinental" Hindoo lady attempting to come to the rescue of these miserable people who have had far less need for innovation than the other races.

    If black African inventiveness is being held back I say, "Set it free to allow benefits of the inventiveness of this people to come to all the world". But of these people are so creative and inventive and hard pressed to come across opportunities by building a better mousetrap than why don't dot-headed Hindoo women take them in, fight for their immigration to their homelands? What Asian nation knows that the black African is the key to their future? None.

    Apparently we are holding back blacks, browns and "womyn" from inventing things. How about the next black African inventor comes up with a nutritional supplement which makes their kind as productive as others? Could the next black African inventor come up with a program which makes them more intelligent? Less violent? More literate? Anything? Okay, we've got paper bags, the traffic light, penicillin, peanut butter and execution by necklacing as surely black African inventions. Okay, just necklacing.

    https://www.salon.com/2021/01/10/the-iconic-american-inventor-is-still-a-white-male--thats-an-obstacle-to-race-and-gender-inclusion_partner/

    The iconic American inventor is still a white male — that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

    The story of the invention in America largely ignores the contributions of women and people of color

    By ANJALI VATS

    JANUARY 11, 2021 1:00AM (UTC)

    This article was originally published on The Conversation.

    When President Barack Obama signed the America Invents Act in 2011, he was surrounded by a group of people of diverse ages, genders and races. The speech he delivered about the legislation, which changed the technical requirements for filing a patent, highlighted this diversity by emphasizing that today anyone can become an inventor in the United States.

    Despite Obama's optimism about women and people of color inventing and patenting the nation's new and innovative technologies, both groups still lag considerably behind their white male counterparts in being recognized as inventors and owning patents, in the U.S. and globally. Women and people of color possess the same intellectual capacities as their white male counterparts. Yet empirical studies consistently show that patent law overwhelmingly rewards white men for their labor and skill.

    This is in part because women and people of color join science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields in much lower numbers than white men. In 2017, women made up over half of the workforce, but held only 29% of STEM jobs. But even women and people of color who go into STEM fields invent and patent far less often than their white male counterparts.

    The question is why.

    As a researcher who studies race, rhetoric and intellectual property law, I can say that the U.S.'s race and gender invention and patent gap results partly from a failure of imagination. The stories that people tell about invention in the U.S. continue to focus on white men – the Benjamin Franklins, Thomas Edisons and Elon Musks – without affording women and people of color the same larger-than-life status.

    National myths about inventorship and political barriers to patenting set up women and people of color for failure by normalizing entrenched discrimination even when they join STEM fields.

    The stories we tell about inventors

    Critical race theorists show how legal terms and everyday narratives can look as if they create a level playing field while allowing implicit bias to thrive. In my new book, "The Color of Creatorship," I look at how intellectual property law has evolved racially over 200 years.
    Black and brown people are no longer legally prohibited from owning patents and copyrights, as they were in the 1700s and 1800s. However, seemingly colorblind patent and copyright laws continue to practically favor white male inventors and creators by using legal definitions and tests that protect inventions and creations that tend to match Western conceptions and expectations of, for instance, expertise and creativity.

    From the now cliché "think outside the box" to Apple's slogan "think different," innovation, a central component of invention, is associated with breaking limits. Yet Americans have largely failed to change the ways that they think and talk about invention itself.

    Even Obama's speech about the America Invents Act begins by explaining how Thomas Jefferson epitomized the nation's mythic spirit of invention and innovation. Yet Jefferson held the racist view that Black people lacked the capacity to be truly imaginative creators, let alone citizens of the nation. Breaking limits, it turns out, is most often a privilege afforded to white people.

    The current historical moment, in which facts are negotiable, white nationalism is on the rise and the nation is weathering a pandemic, is an important time to redefine American mythologies of invention. Celebrating the inventive capacity of women and people of color matters. Recognizing their innovative genius, in films like "Hidden Figures," helps transform what had been marginalized stories into narratives that are central to history.

    Obama's reference to Jefferson reinforced powerful, limiting conventional wisdom about invention and innovation. Popular cultural narratives frequently invoke the contributions of white men while erasing those of women and people of color. For example, the History Channel's The Men Who Built America focuses on the inventions and innovations of Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, business titans who achieved tremendous success via dubious ethics.

    The show's use of the Great Man theory of inventorship and entrepreneurship leaves out the many women and people of color, including Thomas Jennings, Elijah McCoy, Miriam E. Benjamin and Sarah E. Goode who, as legal scholar Shontavia Johnson shows, not only invented and patented during the same period but, as legal scholar Kara Swanson shows, used their work to lobby for suffrage rights for women and people of color.

    Attacking Asian innovation

    America's white-male-centered imaginings of inventorship and patenting extend beyond the nation's borders, in xenophobic pronouncements frequently directed at Asian nations. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently proclaimed: "Success in India is based on studying, having a job . . . where's the creativity?"

    Similarly, President Trump claimed to be "protecting the innovations, creations, and inventions that power our country" from Chinese graduate students, who are part of a racial group that has long boosted America's economy, fueled global innovation and offered pandemic assistance.
    Refusal to recognize diversity in inventorship is a bipartisan affair. Then-presidential candidate and current President-elect Joseph Biden made a shocking assertion about innovation in China: "I challenge you, name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China."

    Inventing new ways to talk about invention

    Racist, sexist and xenophobic inventorship and patenting norms are not immutable facts. They are practices built on exclusionary stories and feelings, transformed into familiar myths, including that of the American dream. These exclusionary stories frequently function as dog whistles that have long been used to fuel white anxieties about people of color and men's anxieties about women. They make it difficult for women and people of color to prove they have the expertise needed to invent and patent.

    However, as films like "Hidden Figures" emphatically show, it's possible to tell inclusionary stories. I argue that telling them is an ethical act because it ensures that society recognizes the genius of people of all identities – race, gender, nationality, religion, ability, age – in contributing to invention and innovation, current and historical.

    Rhetoricians frequently proclaim that "words mean things." This is certainly true when imagining who has the capacity to perform certain tasks, such as inventing and patenting. At a moment in which the U.S. faces threats to democracy, environment and economy, it is more important than ever to invent new ways of talking about invention. People of all identities deserve the opportunities to create and own their innovative solutions for solving the world's most pressing problems. More importantly, they deserve to be treated as full citizens in the realm of intellectual property and innovation.

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    Replies: @dindunuffins, @AnalogMan, @Anon, @Bite Moi

    Lancelot Link———My experience is that women and blacks confuse having an idea with actually inventing something. That’s probably why Wicca,otherwise known as witchcraft, has 100 times more females than any engineering major. Blacks likewise are full of ideas.See Congo Space Program for further information. HHhhmmm, 23d century star ships powered by anti-peanut butter.

  85. @Anon
    @Lancelot_Link

    Rebel here.

    I’m an attorney. This woman sounds retarded.

    Not only does she imply she’s a lawyer, bragging about how she’s “studied law” (she’s not), she lists herself as an “associate professor of law (by courtesy)”. I had to look that up. Typical flowery title that means the opposite of what they hope you’ll think it means. It means she doesn’t have anything to do with law, but they’re having her teach a class on something else at the law school. She’s making as much as she can out of the position they gave her.

    I’d guess this ridiculous person’s IQ at about 87. High enough that she’s heard big words and can string them together, but still far too dumb to know what those words mean, or that regular people know those words make no sense in the way she’s smashed them together in her retarded word salad.

    Replies: @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Anjali Vats, Associate Professor of Communication and African and African Diaspora Studies and Associate Professor of Law (By Courtesy), Boston College

    Tl;dr. Her name sounds like someone who is unqualified to properly clean a toilet.

  86. @Bite Moi
    @Rouetheday

    Rouetheday----------If one black woman can make another black woman's hair look acceptable,she does have the equivalent of an engineering degree.

    Replies: @AnalogMan

    That’s not engineering. If that could be done, it would be witchcraft.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @AnalogMan

    AnalongMan----------Even the incredibly advanced Wakanda couldn't give black women normal hair.At least they gave up on those rediculous hair hats.

  87. @AnalogMan
    @Bite Moi

    That's not engineering. If that could be done, it would be witchcraft.

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    AnalongMan———-Even the incredibly advanced Wakanda couldn’t give black women normal hair.At least they gave up on those rediculous hair hats.

  88. @Zumbuddi
    How about: On Jan 20, put a mask on your turned-off tv set. With a picture of Ashli Babbitt.

    Send a msg to your congressman stating you are not acknowledging, watching inauguration, it is a day of mourning for Ashli Babbitt.

    Better yet, Cancel cable.

    Replies: @Jim in Jersey, @Joseph Doaks, @Chrisnonymous, @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle

    better yet, throw the TV out the window, like I did 15 years ago

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
    @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle

    We kept the TV's but cut the cable in '15.
    The old SBPDL site and the commentors get toral credit for inspiring that decision.

    Thank you guys and gals.!!

  89. @Rosie

    And to make it work you have a nation of low IQ third worlders and brainwashed college educated females who have zero critical thinking skills that are easily manipulated.
     
    I thought maybe everyone could at least wait until Ashli's body was cold before blaming this on women, I guess not.

    Replies: @Detroit Refugee

    The only women I know personally that have said Ashli deserved what she got, and brought about her brutal murder are college educated White females.

    One lives on the left coast, and the other in Fla. I told them that their suicidal voting habits are going to, “bite them in the ass”.
    And that their ,”pets will devour them soon enough”.

    I only keep in contact with them because we go all the way back to our teenage years.
    Both are super fine looking, but single and childless. That has to mean somthing.?

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
    @Detroit Refugee

    Detroit Refugee----------Those 2 super fine looking,but single and childless friends of yours are riding the Chad carousel. Won't be long before they age out of the "super fine looking" class. Then they will be angry at White men in general.

  90. @SIMPLE Pseudonmyic Handle
    @Zumbuddi

    better yet, throw the TV out the window, like I did 15 years ago

    Replies: @Detroit Refugee

    We kept the TV’s but cut the cable in ’15.
    The old SBPDL site and the commentors get toral credit for inspiring that decision.

    Thank you guys and gals.!!

  91. @Piglet
    @wanderingnotlost


    Keep your friends close if you still have any, but keep your enemies closer so you know when they’re about to stab you in the back.
     
    Very wise advice. I have never told my own brothers that I have an AR or anything else. Being such devoted leftists, when Dementia Joe and the Ho put out their decree to either turn in our weapons or face confiscation and prison, I have no doubt my own family members would turn on me to further the cause.

    Replies: @Detroit Refugee

    Absolutely correct. The “left” will offer rewards to snitches, the way cash is offered to turn in people who attended the Stop the Steal Rally. I saw a story of a daughter turning on her own mother, an aunt and uncle.

    In the future it will be neighbors and coworkers we must fear the most. From here on out dont speak on shit related to firearms. I trust my siblings because theyre on board.

  92. Meanwhile, a white woman was gunned down by an agent of the state on January 6, 2021…

    An unarmed white female veteran was gunned down by a black agent of the corporate state on 1/6.
    FIFY

  93. @Detroit Refugee
    @Rosie

    The only women I know personally that have said Ashli deserved what she got, and brought about her brutal murder are college educated White females.

    One lives on the left coast, and the other in Fla. I told them that their suicidal voting habits are going to, "bite them in the ass".
    And that their ,"pets will devour them soon enough".

    I only keep in contact with them because we go all the way back to our teenage years.
    Both are super fine looking, but single and childless. That has to mean somthing.?

    Replies: @Bite Moi

    Detroit Refugee———-Those 2 super fine looking,but single and childless friends of yours are riding the Chad carousel. Won’t be long before they age out of the “super fine looking” class. Then they will be angry at White men in general.

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