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    San Franciscans unable to afford the $3,600 monthly rental for a one bedroom apartment sleep in the streets and, like most world cities Beijing recently faced a similar problem. Twenty-three million prosperous Beijingers wanted meals from local restaurants but the quarter-million migrant workers who delivered them could not afford the city’s eye-watering rents. Resourcefully, they...
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    I am no fan of taxation but almost everyone would agree there is some legitimate place for government. Once there is a government it has to be paid for. The simplest way to do that is with property taxes. Land parcels, and the owners, are known and easy to find. It is much harder to monitor and collect sales taxes. Income taxes are even more difficult to collect.

    You evidently have never seen the aftermath of a botched up real property revaluation/mass appraisal with lines of people around the block for months at the county tax assessor’s office.

  • @TKK
    Compare this to the carnivorous banks and the repellent Warren Buffet, with his take over of the mobile home industry.

    Mobile homes used to be a short cut for the less affluent to own a home. Sure, there's the joke of trailer trash, but some of these mobile homes produced today, on the surface, are snazzy and roomy.

    Buffet swooped in and bought Clayton Homes, Oakwood homes and about 60% of the mobile home industry. So, when you are shopping at Clayton, and get a second price at Oakwood, its a rigged game. Staffed by greasy salesman who fall to tell you that the INVOICE price has a profit of 25% built in automatically.

    He then created his own mobile home financing companies- Vanderbilt and 21st Century.Buyers are strenuously and aggressively routed to these financing companies.

    To keep it short, if one is desperate enough to finance a $35,000 single wide with these vultures, you will have paid $350,000 plus at the end of the 20 year financing. They do this by focusing on the monthly payment. Most of these buyers don't look at the amortization and the APR, and there some evidence that these companies are not providing these docs at the "closing".

    However, some buyers do snag an APR of 7% with Buffet's "banks." Evidence is rampant of the APR being switched after they made their down payment, had the land cleared and prepped, and are perched in a hotel room, waiting for their trailer to be delivered. An APR of 7% is suddenly 12%, based on vague "credit reasons." No one wants to back out at that stage. These buyers don't have real estate lawyers on speed dial.

    So, you slog through 20 years of payments.

    Unless you have bricked in the foundation, and perhaps added on rooms, at the end of the 20 years, having paid $350,000- you have an asset that depreciates like a vehicle, appraising out at about $6500.

    There's more to the horror of Buffet and his take over of mobile homes- the fat American "wizard". There's no magic. Its old fashioned usury.

    Every single institution in America has to become about making a small few obscenely rich at the expense of the working poor.

    It seems as if China is headed that way. Should elderly parents have to take a second job so their children can afford a home?

    A mortgage is a trap, a one way ticket to indentured servitude, created in Mandarin or English. It's still the same game.

    I was unaware of Buffet’s move on the mfg. housing industry. FWIW, in a career misstep in another life I gave it a try as a greasy trailer salesman. I just wasn’t sleazy enough to make it, but I learned a lot. A tour of a working mobile home factory was highly instructive.

    Your general assessment is quite correct. About the only way to really make it pay for an individual as a viable housing proposition is to:

    a) Own your own lot all pre-approved by powers that be with ready infrastructure in the right locale.
    b) Buy a distress sale second hand unit for cash in verifiable good condition (or restorable if you’re handy at that sort of thing)
    c)Contract the purchasing, moving/delivery, set up and masonry/foundation work and insurance ahead of time using a lawyer for surety escrows on seller and service providers.
    d) Know the right people.

    You would be amazed at how cheaply FEMA buys brand new base model singlewides.

  • @ken
    And the majority of the property taxes go to public school districts, which indoctrinate kids in leftism. Yet 90% of Americans voluntarily send their kids to these schools.

    If, for whatever reason, there is no extra money and/or a stay at home mom, what choices do they have ?

  • None of this (real, fanciful or otherwise) could be replicated in hyper-multicultural America with chocolate syrup on top.

  • From the New York Times: Something I've noticed growing in strength since 2008 is the feeling among black intellectuals like Mr. Morris that, while they haven't actually composed any songs, they still deserve to get a monthly royalty check for the contributions of blacks to popular music. If F. Scott Fitzgerald's granddaughter was getting a...
  • @Steve Sailer
    Country music used to have yodeling.

    The banjo is derived from some sort of primitive African stringed instrument that evolved in the Caribbean. The steel guitar and pedal steel guitar, however, have a far more convoluted evolutionary path involving intersectionalities of early European sailing exploration in the Pacific, World War II, and the post war economic boom.

    Buddy Cage explains it here and other than his gaffe about I-95 (which didn’t exist in 1948) and his pronunciation of San Pedro it seems authoritative.

  • As I pointed out in Taki's Magazine recently, San Francisco is like the Puerto Rico of billionaire cities when it comes to abysmal public school test scores. But don't worry, the San Francisco school board has a plan to make its students even more ignorant. From the San Francisco Examiner: Keep in mind that history...
  • See, earlier, by John Derbyshire: “Racism” (The Word) Becoming Obsolete Because Of Racism—Anti-White, That Is Founding stock Americans are now perilously close to becoming a powerless minority ruled over by aliens who cherish a carefully cultivated resentment—not to say hatred—towards us. If nothing is done to change the trajectory in which our society is moving,...
  • @Franklin Ryckaert
    We should create our own "devil terms". My suggestions :

    * Jewish supremacist

    * Jewish racist

    * anti-White racist

    * double standards hypocrite

    * white genocide promotor

    * rancorous parasite

    * ethnic invader

    * Rent seeking grifter

  • Preamble to my editorial nit pick:

    I am not a good writer and am light years behind Mr. Devlin. I take no issue with any of the thematic content of his excellent piece and my nit pick is proffered in a collegial spirit. I would never be like a lazy college professor who gives quickie Fs on papers for a few minor oversights.

    Now for the nit pick:

    “But, while scapegoating by means of devil terms has deep roots in religious demonology, its more immediate predecessor was a utopian political ideology of the last century: communism.

    I believe “predecessor” should by “successor”.

    Peace

    • Replies: @F. Roger Devlin
    The antecedent of "its" is "scapegoating," referring to today's practice. I could have been clearer, however.
  • The European peoples have long thought and felt that each of them was unique, reflecting the particularly history and struggles the successive generations of their ancestors. The cultural differences of European nations have long been known, but today, genetic science is also able to quantify just how unique each nation is from a biological point...
  • @M Krauthammar
    I wish all these beauties mate with an pure African man. Their babies would look so cute.
    Anyway , race is a social construct.
    As a person of half Jewish ancestry , I get uncomfortable with the existence of any blue eyed and blonde folks. I hope, before 2050, no blonde and blue eyed people exist.
    In Finland,
    Deplatforming of right wingers continues to happen everyday.

    Islam is growing and getting respect.

    Christian supremacy is getting criticized

    Most white people are old and dying off

    White birth rates are low

    White girls are increasingly having Children of Color with Men of Color

    Open borders immigration is about to be a reality

    Darn it feels good now.

    M Krauthamma– Your must be the latest riff (iteration) of Marc Zuckerburg from over at AMREN.

  • Daring Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, has killed a sacred cow, called Article 370 of the Constitution, enshrining the autonomy of Kashmir. The consequences could be dire, including the fourth India-Pakistan war, but not necessarily so. It could also be a successful scheme. Apparently, Narendra Modi had been encouraged by his success in...
  • @Miro23

    In Western Europe, too, ethnic autonomy is a way to trouble. Spanish Catalonia has autonomy and it’s dissatisfied, rebellious and separatist. French Catalonia has no autonomy and doing fine; no separatism at all. The reason is simple: ethnic autonomous areas produce native leadership that will forever play on nationalist feelings. This form of organization is old-fashioned and out-dated, unsuitable in our age.
     
    Jean Monnet, who more than anyone can be regarded as the founder of the European Union, said in his book, "Memoirs", that he was aiming to build the USE (United States of Europe). This would be equivalent to the USA and function much the same way.

    Until recently, his project has been a continuous (suitable in our age?) process of removing national boundaries and centralizing power at a EU government level, with the introduction of community laws, a single currency etc. In this context, national identity and national histories are "bad" (and somewhat correctly) are viewed as likely to lead to the type of endless European conflicts that culminated in WW1 and WW2. Monet saw the EU as more of a project of political reconciliation than an economic one (particularly between France and Germany).

    That the EU has been hijacked by Zio-Globalists and Cultural Bolsheviks is a separate issue and nothing different from the United States.

    Ethnic autonomous areas (usually countries) produce native leadership that will forever play on nationalist feelings because these feeling are real. For example, you can explain all you like to ethnic Chinese and Indians that they are global citizens and part of a Coca Cola advert, but they're still going to regard themselves as ethnic Chinese and Indians with their respective interests and attachment to their respective homelands.

    Realistically, the best that can probably be done, is to accept the realities of race, history and territory and (for example in the EU) link independent and sovereign countries within a loose European Confederation. This would have some historic and ethnic validity to the extent that Europe isn't Arabic or Asiatic and European states developed from their tribal pasts through their common experience of Christendom. And a looser European Confederation could usefully accommodate Russia and the Ukraine.

    ” This would have some historic and ethnic validity to the extent that Europe isn’t Arabic or Asiatic and European states developed from their tribal pasts through their common experience of Christendom. ”

    How much longer, at the rate things are going, do you figure that status will be operative in Europe?

  • My mother would often tell me about the first time she ever saw a black person in the flesh. “I felt like I was watching an exotic animal, the kind you only read about in text books,” she would explain with wide-eyed recall about the ones in the Van Nuys neighborhood where my parents lived...
  • @Nicolás Palacios Navarro
    You spelled “indictment” wrong.

    It’s indikmunt.

  • @Richard B
    "We owe them NOTHING."

    Absolutely.

    Please hang in there with me folks. I'd like to share something that you might find relevant and useful.

    I'm one of eight children raised by a single mother who never made more than $5 an hour.

    I was punched, kicked, slapped, laughed at, called names and had my identity attaked on a daily basis before it ever had the chance to develop.

    Something only the most stable individual can endure and you have to be trained in stability.

    The results were what you would expect.

    And that was just from my immediate family.

    In short, I was The Family Scapegoat.

    I grew up in a poor family with nearly all black classmates in a middle class Republican town (we were knee-jerk Irish Catholic Kennedy Liberals - back then).

    Being a family scapegoat puts a target on your back and I pretty much got it wherever I went.

    I was told two things by pretty much everyone.

    1. Get help (because YOU are the problem).
    2. Get educated (because YOU are dumb).

    So I did both and found out about them, not just me.

    As a result, my two interests became Cultural History, Human Behavior and what links them both - Explanation.

    I found out that I wasn't the problem, nor was I dumb. I was simply the family scapegoat.

    And it established a pattern that followed me throughout life as I tried to figure out what the hell happened and what I could do to make things better.

    And though, admittedly and understandably, my family did a good job of making feel bad about myself, and severely damaged my sense of value and identity (two things inextricably linked and without which life is unendurable), it never occured to me to feel bad about being White - ever.

    I share this story with TUR readers, especially Whites, but not just Whites, because Whites are being scapegoated as an entire race and on a global scale.

    This has never happened before in history - ever. There's no precedent for it.

    (Note: Jews were never scapegoats because they have always demanded that they be placed above criticism, loved unconditionally and blindly obeyed and for a long time now have had the power to effectuate those insane demands, demands that they have enthusiastically encouraged all of their proxies to indulge in. Such demands are never made by real scapegoats).

    And, because, sadly, many Whites foolishly turned their backs on their birthright, High Culture (Higher Ed. Higher Learning, whatever you want to call it), which teaches them the high level-problem solving and significant innovation that can be applied to one's personal life, they are condemned to responding symptomatically - hence the opiod crisis, as well as the susceptibility to Stockholm Syndrome and various other ways of Bonding With Your Abusers.

    In short, constant shaming and feeling ashamed leads to deselfment and deselfment leads to compulsivity and compulsivity leads to addition, not just to sex, drugs, alcohol and bad music marred by repetition with no development, but also the addiction to attitudes and words in the form of beliefs asserted to be ultimate truths.

    So, since family is the matrix of society, the more you know about Family Systems and how they are repeated in Culture in general and our Social-Institutions in particular, the better prepared you'll be.

    I finish here by sharing what I've learned. Maybe some will find it relevant and useful.

    The three most important things I learned as a family and social scapgoat, with no interest in living out his life as a complainer or victim, were,

    1. You'll never get justice from your primary offenders. They NEED you to be their scapegoat.
    Psychologits, though not always in agreement, all agree that the worst thing that can happen to anyone, especially a child, is to be made a scapegoat. So, if they survive that they have something to share with the world and, I personally believe, an obligation.

    Whether or not anyone accepts that or gets it is none of my business. You just have to take the risk and let go of the result.

    2. You never fully recover. The scars are just too deep. Expectations are resentments waiting to happen. So, to expect you'll one day "Get over it and move on." is to feed a delusion that will lead to heartached, disappointment and confusion. In short, more unhappiness.

    As far as dismissing difficult problems with mindless cliches (a favorite American pastime that we've sold to even Europe, which they now eagerly embrace) you never "Get over it" until "it" becomes WHAT IT IS! And, regarding "Move on." The only way out is through.

    And, since most people would rather die than think and most people do, the whole "Get over it and move on" myth only succeeds in exposing them for being both shallow and insincere.

    By the way, it's worth pointing out that complaining and acknowledging that you have in fact been victimized are perfectly normal rites of passage. But they are clearly dangers that need to be passed through with all of the courage and intelligence one can muster.

    For this reason it helps to have powers of example.

    And now we arrive at the third thing scapegoats in recovery learn.

    If you'll never get justice or fully recover and your goal is to live a healthy life, physically, intellectually, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually you simply have to go

    NO CONTACT!

    And that is a lot easier said than done. But it can be done and has been and will continue to be.

    But how Whites can go No Contact is not easy to answer. But that doesn't mean a step in the right direction can't be made. Of course it can.

    And now we're back to the comment I'm responding to here, "We owe them NOTHING."

    You're damned right we don't. Nothing.

    Whites have NOTHING to feel guilty about and everything to be proud of.

    If you doubt that and happen to be a reader, just read Jaques Barzun's From Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life. Or Morse Pecham's astounding Beyond The Tragic Vision: The Quest for Identity in the Nineteenth Century (sadly out of print, but you can order it).

    You are not responsible for the suffering of this world.
    You have a right to your own life.
    And if you don't get it then pushback.
    Take the risk and let go of the result.

    And since scapegoats are everywhere, in families of every imaginable group, this might serve as a more solid and more realistic basis of mutual understanding among individuals and groups.

    It'd certainly be an intelligent alternative to Political Correctness/Identity Politics, ie; The most barbaric and corrupt explanatory system in the history of the world.

    Scapegoats and Freedom Lovers of The World Unite!

    You have nothing to loose but your souls!

    Your manifesto is good. It’s worth a song.

    • Replies: @Richard B
    Great song!

    Thanks Jim.
  • @Vastator
    Before 1970, practically every interaction I (as a kid or teenager) had with adult black folks was positive. Blacks were polite, cordial and non-threatening. Just look at films of the era on You Tube. Black musicians are obviously talented and seem like happy, nice guys that anyone would have over for dinner. Black men marching with MLK are well-dressed, dignified, and behave at least as civilized as middle-class Caucasians.

    Something happened around 1968; that year was a turning point for USA. Student protests and other b.s. -- as well as various social dynamics -- sent us into a slow, downward spiral. Younger blacks had a lot of anger, which hasn't helped them nor abated to this day. Still, in my suburban world, interactions with blacks and other ethnics are almost entirely cordial. I've found that if you're polite to other people, they'll be polite to you.

    “Black men marching with MLK are well-dressed, dignified, and behave at least as civilized as middle-class Caucasians. ”

    Yeah right, until about After Midnight.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-41871956

  • ‘ (I recall how my 4th grade teacher, a young white woman barely out of college, had our class make cornbread in order to celebrate “African-American cuisine.”)’

    Too bad you didn’t encounter this little ignorant muffin of a teacher in say your junior year in high school. Then you could have informed her that maize was a gift from los “Indios”.

  • Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, available exclusively on VDARE.com Last week's headliners were two mass shootings: one in El Paso, Texas last Saturday morning, followed in the small hours of Sunday morning by another in Dayton, Ohio. The El Paso shooter killed 22 people; the second killed nine. The El Paso guy is in...
  • @Ron Unz
    Well, it's perfectly correct that the bodycount of the Walmart Massacre is pretty insignificant compared to the total number of people in this country who die each year from car accidents or the flu. But I wonder...

    Suppose some Hispanic guy had gone into a Walmart somewhere and massacred 22 white people because they were white. Would Derb and his VDare friends be making the same argument that the incident was totally insignificant and should be ignored by the media given the far larger number of people dying from car accidents or the flu?...

    If he were a Hispanic that had no business being in the country in the first place, I’d say not.

  • @Amerimutt Golems
    It is also possible to commit murder after reading the Oxford English Dictionary.

    Adolph Hitler read the Bible– twice. You don’t smoke the same cigarettes as me and I cain’t git no satisfaction.

  • From the New York Times local news section: Important people live in New York City, so NYC has been immune to the Ferguson Effect, except for a few months after in late 2014-early 2015 after the loosies vendor died. But then a BLM terrorist murdered two NYPD officers in 12/14. The NYPD
  • @International Jew
    I have my reservations about Carlson (especially, that he's a rude interviewer), but he's doing important work raising issues no one — even on Fox — dares raise.

    Carlson, rude? My, the Overton window certainly has shifted; you tell me in which direction.

    When I think of rude talking heads, Chris Matthews is about numero uno on my list. Polite interviewer ? –hard to say. Superficially, one might argue Charlie Rose, but I’d say the borders of Uncle Charlie’s plantation were so firmly pre-established before his shows, that being rude was a moot question.

  • During the last year, there has been a big increase in the number of high school students achieving a perfect score on the SAT and ACT college admissions tests. I'm wonder if this is in response to the current lawsuit against Harvard for discriminating against Asians with perfect scores? By making 1600/36 easier to get,...
  • “By making 1600/36 easier to get, it decreases the Asian share of perfect scores, giving Harvard et al more leeway in who to let in with anybody being able to prove discrimination.”

    Gonzo Grammar Po Po citations:

    By making 1600/36 easier to get, it decreases the Asian share of perfect scores, giving Harvard et al. more leeway in who to let in without anybody being able to prove discrimination.

    or alternatively–

    By making 1600/36 easier to get, it decreases the Asian share of perfect scores, giving Harvard et al. more leeway in who to let in with nobody being able to prove discrimination.

    There are two corrections in each example.

  • See, stupid Republican President Bill Pullman misinterpreted "DIE" due to his bigotry: the alien wasn't calling for an "invasion" of Earth, he was simply wishing for Earth to enjoy Diversity, Inclusivity, and Equity.
  • @Paleo Liberal
    To add on:

    True, Madison is the most liberal part of a purple state.
    What about the rural areas,

    The rural areas are generally more conservative than the cities, that is true. But, they are generally more liberal than the suburbs. Perhaps an oddity if Wisconsin. If one goes to the rural areas of Wisconsin, especially the areas settled by Germans and Scandinavians, one finds quite a few manly man farmers, “strong, like bull”, who tend the land and/or their cattle, raise their families, go to their Lutheran church, coach the kids’ teams, and vote Democratic.

    Must be something in the cheese.

  • @Bardon Kaldian
    Some guy posted these links on diversity. There you are....

    Diversity increases social adversity.

    A 10% increase in diversity doubles the chance of psychotic episodes.

    http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/201/4/282.abstract?etoc

    Diversity reduces voter registration, political efficacy, charity, and number of friendships.

    Ethnic diversity reduces happiness and quality of life.

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9477.2007.00176.x/abstract;jsessionid=279C92A7EB0946BBA63D62937FC832A9.f04t03

    Diversity reduces trust, civic participation, and civic health.

    http://www.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/08/05/the_downside_of_diversity/?page=full

    Ethnocentrism is rational, biological, and genetic in origin.

    http://www.pnas.org/content/108/4/1262.abstract

    Ethnic diversity harms health for hispanics and blacks.

    http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2012.300787

    Babies demostrate ethnocentrism before exposure to non-whites.

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-7687.2012.01138.x/full

    Ethnocentrism is universal and likely evolved in origin.

    http://www-personal.umich.edu/~axe/research/AxHamm_Ethno.pdf

    Diversity primarily hurts the dominant ethnic group.

    http://www.theindependentaustralian.com.au/node/57

    Ethnic diversity reduces concern for the environment.

    http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10640-012-9619-6

    Ethnic diversity within 80 meters of a person reduces social trust.

    http://curis.ku.dk/ws/files/130251172/Dinesen_S_nderskov_Ethnic_Diversity_and_Social_Trust_Forthcoming_ASR.pdf

    Ethnic diversity directly reduces strong communities.

    https://www.msu.edu/~zpneal/publications/neal-diversitysoc.pdf

    Ethnically homogenous neighborhoods are beneficial for health.

    https://www.mailman.columbia.edu/public-health-now/news/living-ethnically-homogenous-area-boosts-health-minority-seniors

    Diversity in American cities correlates with segregation.

    http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-most-diverse-cities-are-often-the-most-segregated/

    Races are extended families. Ethnocentrism is genetically rational.

    It is evolutionarily rational to be friends with someone genetically similar to you.

    http://www.livescience.com/46791-friends-share-genes.html

    Racism and nationalism are rational and evolutionary advantageous strategies.

    http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/16/3/7.html

    Homogeneous polities have less crime, less civil war, and more altruism.

    http://www.theindependentaustralian.com.au/node/57

    States with little diversity have more democracy, less corruption, and less inequality.

    http://www.theindependentaustralian.com.au/node/57

    There is extensive evidence people prefer others who are genetically similar.

    http://psychology.uwo.ca/faculty/rushtonpdfs/n&n_2005-1.pdf

    Our analysis shows that peace does not depend on integrated coexistence, but rather on well defined topographical and political boundaries separating groups

    http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0095660

    The more integrated a neighborhood is, the less socially cohesive it becomes, and vice versa.

    http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/study-asks-is-a-better-world-possible/

    The more ethnically diverse the people we live around, the less we trust them.

    http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/benediktsson2013/files/2013/04/Putnam.pdf

    Ethnocentrism, often thought to rely on complex social cognition and learning, may have arisen through biological evolution.

    http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/16/3/7.html

    Diversity experiments in Germany end in disaster

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany-s-immigrants-integration-in-theory-alienation-in-practice-a-433006.html

    Immigrants in Norway are a net loss to the economy

    http://www.emnbelgium.be/publication/report-norwegian-welfare-and-migration-committee

    Immigrants in Sweden are a net loss to the economy

    http://www.amid.dk/pub/papers/AMID_48-2006_Jan_Ekberg.pdf

    Denmark saved billions by restricting immigration:

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/putting-a-price-on-foreigners-strict-immigration-laws-save-denmark-billions-a-759716.html

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/denmark/8492822/Denmarks-immigration-laws-save-country-6-billion.html

    Increases in diversity correlate with problems worldwide, and the downsides of diversity effect everyone, it’s a universal human problem:

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/the-downside-of-difference/story-e6frgcjx-1111112914289

    More diversity in police departments correlates with more abuse, poorer performance and less trust:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?1fe8x0egftpbp6f

    Decreased community spirit, decreased altruism, and depressed social capital, less ethical behavior, more crime, fear, isolation and depression:

    http://www.city-journal.org/html/eon2007-06-25jl.html

    Also, a nice little study from Cornell University about how segregation creates peace:

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.1409

    How many people can we add to our list of “noticers”?

  • Writing instructors long told students to use verbs in the active voice rather than in the passive voice when possible. But the needs of the The Narrative are far more important than such petty stylistic concerns when the goal is to pin the blame on the gun, as in Chicago, rather than the shooter of...
  • @Dharampal Kumar
    Why doesn't Steve Sailer talks in detail about the mass shootings that are taking place in America and are being committed by Right Wing terrorists. Isn't it hypocritical on your part? What is the reason that this happening in America at this rate.
    Let me tell you why,
    It is because Whites are scared shirtless of becoming a minority in this country. And thank God Your Race is Dying all across the World.
    White people are double, tripling down on their fragility, centering their feelings more than ever before. If you are white and feel sad that you are being "lumped in" with the Nazis, you are the problem. YOU.

    Angry white men have been killing for centuries. Yet it is Black and brown women calling this out who are labeled "angry" and destroyed. The white guys? They become President, Congressmen, CEO of Facebook to aid and abet their fellow white men to continue killing.

    Now we know what the Dalits do on their break time at the ramdom dial phone scam centers in Calcutta.

  • The great Colin Flaherty (buy his book if you haven't) documents the truth no other journalist would dare publish (or investigate). Who/whom commits mass shootings in America? Mr. Flaherty documented mass shootings over a two week period between July 16th and July 28th, 2019. [After Gilroy: Mass shootings a white thing? Oh, hell, no, American...
  • @Hippopotamusdrome


    A Black Shooter Committed 34 of Them

     
    We really need to get this guy before he strikes again.

    From someone who makes his living writing ‘Large Group of “Teens” Go On Mass Assault Rampage At County Fair ‘ headlines.

    • Replies: @Not Woke--Not Broke
    Jim bob Lassiter Post 10--------Do you ever wish that one or more victims of "Teen" assault rampages carried a 15 shot Glock 19 ?????
  • The death of Sen. John McCain last August revealed some important truths about the nature of our establishment media. McCain's family had released word of his incurable brain cancer many months earlier and his passing at age 84 was long expected, so media outlets great and small had possessed all the time necessary for producing...
  • @niteranger
    The Corporate Fascist Military Industrial-Intelligence Police State will tell us who our heroes, presidents, and icons are. It has already been decided. McCain was commonly known as "crash" for all the incidents he had. He was a terrible pilot and would have never been one except for his father. His beatings of his wife were widely known but covered up because of his "War Hero Status." Our entire society is nothing more than a projection by the "controllers."

    Examples of this are of course Obama and his wife. The media asked him almost no questions and he was guided by the Jew Axelrod to the Media's satisfaction. What Obama and his wife got away with in Chicago would embarrass the Mafia. Michele Obama had to surrender her law license to the Illinois State Disciplinary Committee. The files have been sealed.

    Just look at the group running for President. All basically selected by the same controllers. They will not make a mistake in letting another Trump spoil their plans. Our entire democracy is just a mirage. The founder fathers were afraid that this would happen but their plans in the Constitution to protect the nation have become "gang banged" by the Marxist Mobs whose heroes are icons like Obama who bombed seven Muslim countries, murdered thousands of innocent people, destroyed the middle class and started wars and lied to the nation yet these people are on their knees to his royal presence.

    We have no chance of getting to the truth on anything because to even ask a question is now an act of racism, antisemitism, and hatred.

    Here’s your reference @for-the-record– ‘splained to you by an attorney.

    https://www.quora.com/Was-Michelle-Obama-disbarred-If-so-why

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    Actually if you read on you will see that Michelle Obama merely put her right to practice in abeyance and thereby avoided the cost of professional indemnity insurance and also further education and training obligations as well as standard annual fees being lower.
    , @Alden
    She wasn’t disbarred. She just quit and left the Bar. She can pick up her license to practice anytime she wants.
  • From the NYT op-ed page: These unlucky people must have accidentally picked some Tragic Dirt to live on. Rath, now 38, was the third generation in her family to endure a traumatized childhood that led to poverty, and now she is a single mom with six children of her own who might also be at...
  • So what kind of fucking privilege does Raj Chetty have to be examining peoples’ tax returns-(presumably disaggregated and identifiable by address, if not by even more PII) ??

    • Replies: @Kronos
    He’s entrusted with finding suitable zip code sacrifices to the equality gods. The whole reparations idea is to bribe the black underclass to leave the inner cities. Therefore, they need to go somewhere. Chetty is looking for chumps that possess little political power to take in the future black inflow. This is a lottery NOBODY wants to win.

    How quickly will your town be destroyed if it imported 5000 LA South Central Blacks? 2-5 years?
  • The term "Midwest" can be intellectually disarming. For example, in the 21st century, the western half of the Midwest has been prospering due to the China Boom's resource demands, much like Australia has been, while the eastern half has been hard hit by our CEOs outsourcing our industrial base to China. The term "Midwest" more...
  • @Steve Sailer
    I pay a lot of attention to geography but I didn't realize how far east South America is until I flew from L.A. to Rio in 1978.

    Rio is closer to most anyplace in Africa than it is to LA, and it shows, doesn’t it?

  • When confronted with clear statements upholding the reality of race from superstar geneticist David Reich, lesser known geneticist Adam Rutherford backtracks: I see this last ditch of defense all the time about these wildly inaccurate "folk taxonomies of race" but I almost never see any examples given. What "folk taxonomies of race"? Basically, taxonomizing has...
  • @Anonymous
    Some people on Amren and Stormfront really do believe it.

    Several years ago I saw on Amren a man claiming that Jeb Bush's three kids look 100% indigenous even though they are, at maximum, 25% indigenous.

    He said that he was unable to see any traces of European ancestry in George P Bush, even though that man clearly has the same eyes and nose as his father Jeb. George P Bush's nose is his most European feature.

    Well his putative kids do look goofy as shit and I don’t need a mail order DNA test kit to confidently make that statement.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    His sons look ordinary. His daughter doesn't look 'goofy'. She looks like a sad wreck. The ones who look goofy are Richard Nixon's grandson and the current Kennedy scion in Congress.
  • @L Woods
    Can we just agree to refer to "races" as "populations" or "ancestries" instead and move on already? That way, our Betters will get to be 'right,' and the rest of us can benefit from no longer living in an obsessively ignorant society. Win-win, right?

    Well I believe that La Raza was finally so beaten down after years of attacks and their own incredulous denials of this semantic taxonomy that it caved and did precisely what L Woods is suggesting. I, for one, am tiring of having to confront yet another new revised dictionary every week.

  • The term "Midwest" can be intellectually disarming. For example, in the 21st century, the western half of the Midwest has been prospering due to the China Boom's resource demands, much like Australia has been, while the eastern half has been hard hit by our CEOs outsourcing our industrial base to China. The term "Midwest" more...
  • @NJ Transit Commuter
    May I humbly suggest that the Midwest can be defined by the area where a sweet carbonated beverage is referred to as a pop?

    In the South it’s “soft drinks” among most Whites and “soda” among many Blacks. It’s “purple drank” in the hood, no matter where you go.

  • The America Nations of Today map that Brad Griffin frequently posts on Occidental Dissent may be quite useful for this conversation:

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-map-11-separate-nations-colin-woodward-yankeedom-new-netherland-the-midlands-tidewater-greater-a8078261.html

    • Replies: @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    With respect to Oklahoma, that map is very accurate. Most of the state is hillbilly redneck (although Tulsa and OKC have some affluent areas that don't fit into that category). Northwest Oklahoma, not so much.
  • With Al Sharpton in the news again, as he so often is, a few points about him. Rev. Al is authentic. He's not somebody picked out by white elites to be a leader of blacks. This is not to say he was always poor as a child in New York. Al was child prodigy preacher,...
  • James and Al ? I don’t know, but I’m more inclined to favor James and Luciano.

  • University of Lethbridge Professor Emeritus Anthony Hall retired in October 2018 “because the university environment became too toxic for him to work in as a result of his having been falsely accused of antisemitism.” In this interview he reflects on the rise and fall of internet freedom of expression; the role of the Israeli lobby...
  • Appears to be textual now.

  • In his opening statement at Wednesday's Democratic debate in Detroit, Joe Biden addressed Donald Trump while pointing proudly to the racial and ethnic diversity of the nine Democrats standing beside him. "Mr. President, this is America and we are strong and great because of this diversity, not in spite of it. ... We love it....
  • @War for Blair Mountain
    No doubt Ronnie was piddling on himself......but don’t forget the Sheboon Wife of Obama was never paper-trained during her 8 years in the Whitehouse.....Her handlers tried many times...always...unsuccessfull....

    Poor thing. How dare you vilify an innocent victim of leakage from botched inguinal tranny surgery performed by money grubbing capitalist medical doctors ?

  • Anatoly Karlin drew my attention recently to a fascinating new study entitled “The Genetic History of France.” The authors are a collection of French medical researchers hailing from various universities and university hospitals. The authors write: The study of the genetic structure of different countries within Europe has provided significant insights into their demographic history...
  • So what are the marriage/cohabitation/breeding (breeding can include rape) dynamics in France as they relate to the current MENA and sub-Sahara African invasions of huwhite France?

    • Replies: @ababush
    Regarding breeding, statistical datas related to birth medical follow-up, showed that in 2015, 40% of the newborn were tested for depranocythosis, a pathology specific to newborns whose parents are from African ascent. The % was increasing 1% per year in the 2005-2015 period. It means that no more later than in 2025, there should be more babies with african parents than with white parents.
  • Edmonton has now unveiled a downtown library that looks like a cross between the Imperial star destroyer firing upon the Rebel blockade runner in the opening scene of Star Wars (or whatever the hell it was, I'm not going down any Star Wars rabbit holes to fact check this) and the Southern Poverty Law Center...
  • @MikeatMikedotMike
    That first photo reminds me of something I might see built in the backyard of a rural country home in Kentucky. All that missing are a few automobile hulks partially hidden in overgrown grass.

    Or maybe a new fangled high tech “green” chicken house on the outskirts of Siler City, NC.

  • From my movie review in Taki's Magazine: Read the whole thing there. iSteve commenter TGGP notes: One Upon a Time in America is a Sergio L
  • “Why exactly did Manson know so many important people in showbiz? The answer was the same as for why Jeffrey Epstein knew so many important people in politics: He had access to jailbait girls.”

    It doesn’t get much more Occam’s Razor than that.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    The problem with Sailer's statement is he never quite defines "how many important people". Moreover, there is an assumption that those same individuals, the entire lot of them, had a hankering for young flesh. It is possible, but not certain.
  • Blue Velvet (1986) is the quintessential David Lynch film, filled with quirky humor and shocking violence. It features one of the most terrifying villains in all of film: Frank Booth, brilliantly portrayed by Dennis Hopper. Blue Velvet is a “mystery” story. Sometimes it is described as neo noir. But it is more than just a...
  • “Next we hear a corny radio jingle, which welcomes us to Lumberton, an idyllic logging town in the mountains of North Carolina, the model for the titular town in Twin Peaks, Lynch’s next project.”

    Lumberton, NC is a lot of things and has it’s own brand of real horror stories, but “an idyllic logging town in the mountains of NC” it ain’t. It’s about 130 feet above sea level and adjacent to all kinds of swamps. Moreover, the demographics of Lumberton have practically zero in common with any mountain town in NC.

  • @Bardon Kaldian
    No, Taylor is right. I also practice the same domestic policy. When in my house, do as I say. Shoes off. Shoes on in another people's house is simply a sign of low level hygiene.

    I was referring to her “patas feas”.

  • New! Follow James Kirkpatrick on Twitter @VDAREJamesK Republicans still don’t know how to talk about race, identity and nation. Which is a problem, because, as an article in Axios recently bragged, “The single biggest threat to Republicans’ long-term viability is demographics”. [The GOP’s demographic decay, by Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, July 18, 2019] The...
  • @FvS

    Knock yourself out if you are white and want to unite with other whites. It’s just a matter of what you trying to accomplish. Are whites who refuse to join “anti-white” or “race traitors”?
     
    The goal is for white nationalists to win control of the national government or failing that, white secession. Should any whites side with the Jews, browns, blacks, and yellows against them, then yes, they are race traitors.

    https://i.imgur.com/P0jcj29.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/bYTbYp8.jpg

    Most US negroes are incapable of interpreting this graph and deducing what their 2060 future in Amurika is going to be.

  • @Wally
    said: "Most breadbasket farmland in Amurika is owned or controlled by multi-national corporations."

    Most?

    Your sources are?

    My bad and my apologies. Perhaps a more thoughtful review of the matter can be found here:

    https://newfoodeconomy.org/who-really-owns-american-farmland/

  • Marilynne Robinson is a distinguished literary novelist (e.g., Housekeeping) and English professor from Idaho who converted from Presbyterianism to Congregationalism (i.e., the Protestant sect most descended from Puritanism). She has conventional left-of-center views, except that she's very proud of her New England WASP ancestors and their left-of-center views. In the New York Review of Books,...
  • @Reg Cæsar

    New England’s climate was God’s greatest gift to the Puritans……
     
    Don't forget the geology. Slavery never worked in the mountains, here or anywhere else. And in the Northeast, the mountains lie very close to the shore.

    It was in those few flat places that the slave economy held on the longest-- Cape Cod, Rhode Island, Long Island, and West Jersey, which we now call South Jersey.

    “Slavery never worked in the mountains, here or anywhere else.”

    Well yes, and no. That needs to be refined to pre-industrial/pre-mechanized agricultural slavery.

    My guess is that there is plenty of industrial sweatshop slavery going on in Asian hidden hollows as we clack away on our slave labor produced keyboards.

  • New! Follow James Kirkpatrick on Twitter @VDAREJamesK Republicans still don’t know how to talk about race, identity and nation. Which is a problem, because, as an article in Axios recently bragged, “The single biggest threat to Republicans’ long-term viability is demographics”. [The GOP’s demographic decay, by Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, July 18, 2019] The...
  • @Ilyana_Rozumova
    I could nor agree more with this article. The danger should be seen by everybody. Butl the farmland is still in the hands of whites.
    And so I am predicting that the progressives final actin will be collectivization of the land.
    And by that fact the land will be taken away from farmers, as bolsheviks did in Ukraine and Russia.

    Most breadbasket farmland in Amurika is owned or controlled by multi-national corporations. Whites constructively just drive and fix the farm machinery and mend the fences.

    • Replies: @Wally
    said: "Most breadbasket farmland in Amurika is owned or controlled by multi-national corporations."

    Most?

    Your sources are?
  • From The Tablet: DEMOCRATS ARE TURNING IMMIGRATION INTO A MORAL ULTIMATUM Why have attitudes on immigration gotten so much more radical in recent years? Hint: It’s not just Trump. By Zach Goldberg July 25, 2019 • 12:00 AM Deciding who does and does not get to become an American has never been simply a matter...
  • @Arclight
    The left hates winners - any group that seems to be doing a lot better than others is immediately suspect, and they go looking for explanations for how success for group A came at Group B's expense...and that Group B was likely just as smart, talented, vibrant, (probably more so) but had the misfortune of running into the fiendishly clever Group A.

    So despite there being many cultures outside of the US that have existed for thousands of years but are still economic and cultural laggards, it's white Americans' fault - if not directly, then by association because of their ancestors. The only answer is for us to lay down and let others take our stuff.

    I had this conversation a few years back with a person of Pakistani ancestry, who claimed European colonialism was the reason his homeland was such a screwed up backwards mess. I asked what happened there in the 5,000 years before Europeans discovered it, and he had no answer for that.

    “The left hates winners – any group that seems to be doing a lot better than others is immediately suspect, and they go looking for explanations for how success for group A came at Group B’s expense…and that Group B was likely just as smart, talented, vibrant, (probably more so) but had the misfortune of running into the fiendishly clever Group A.”

    Really? Could have fooled me. With a few notable exceptions (e. g. The Clitless Bulbhead), I just haven’t see much on the “left” in the way of subjecting (((Fiendishly Clever Group A))) to an inquisition.

  • This is really more the speed of Maria:

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    Freak show.
  • I would like to view/listen to the final product of this interview on this Caracol TV. Also, Mr. Taylor should have waived the no shoes rule for Sra. Arango. Much better optics would have resulted.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    No, Taylor is right. I also practice the same domestic policy. When in my house, do as I say. Shoes off. Shoes on in another people's house is simply a sign of low level hygiene.
  • In huge breaking news from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: If you want a vision of the future, imagine a giant black lady Democrat and a stumpy Hispanic Cuban Conquistador-American Democrat squabbling about a supermarket checkout lane -- forever. I wonder if the news media and the Democrats are starting to wake up to the fact that...
  • @Jenner Ickham Errican

    imagine a giant black lady Democrat
     

    Annals of Projection
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw5GVLbZzs0

    That’s sick-cute!

  • @The Alarmist
    I dunno ... when I lived in Florida, Publix was the White supermarket. I don't recall any PoCs even working there, much less shopping there. Oh well, gone are the days.

    There’re everywhere now. The questions are how and why, and where did the money come from?

  • They changed Twitter lately, apparently eliminating "the ratio" so you can't see how many people responded to point out that the bald eagle is the national bird, on the Great Seal of the United States, that the olive branch is conspicuous by leaving out the arrows also used in other bald eagle heraldry, and that's...
  • @Ris_Eruwaedhiel
    Imagine if they planted a Cross?

    Indeed, along with an oxygen tank so it could be burned.

  • Mocking flatists is racial dog whistling. It's misogynistic, too: Globularism is white supremacy. Which Democrat presidential candidate has the courage to call out the ubiquitous flatism plaguing this country? My money is on Marianne Williamson, though there's a real opportunity for Warren to shore up an electoral weakness. If she's astute enough to seize it...
  • @Talha
    Wow - the between 18-29 group is eye-opening...

    Peace.

    Wonder what the racial demographics of that 18-29 y/0 isolate is.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • @obwandiyag
    If you think "university professors skew towards leftism," then try to get them to agitate for fair play for adjuncts. You'll see a ferocious conservative suddenly raising its ugly head from the tenured ones.

    I haven’t seen you lately around these parts. That’s a refreshingly astute observation coming from you.

  • @Anon
    Human rights , human rights ..... and human duties ??? , rights without duties ??? , the formula to chaos , ruin and alienantion , the loss of common sense .

    Durocher , you french , planted the seeds of the ruin of europe with your french revolution ( and the english who promoted it ), with your bloody napoleonic wars , and with your ( fake and idiotic ) libertè , egalitè , fraternitè

    Look, I’d be one of the first around here to jump into some Froggy’s shit, but I haven’t noticed anything that Durocher publishes here that indicates he’s all that proud of The French Revolution of yore or of the clown world currently being lived in France.

  • @ricpic
    But it was worth it, right...right?

    The jury is still out on that one. Let’s just say it by song with a notation that the chewing up and spitting out was over and done with in about three hours instead of all night.

  • There’s a reason they call ’em “Ridgerunners” in the Show Me State.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • @Verymuchalive
    The Sunday Times runs a similar scam on my side of the Atlantic. I was disgusted to learn that my own Alma Mater is rated in the top 25 in the world by the newspaper. Standards were sliding in the 1980s when I was attending. When I went back a few years on temporary contract work, standards had fallen drastically and the quality of academic staff was poor. Several of my lecturers were actually top rank academics. The present incumbents are mainly low grade academic hacks.
    It does make you think what the standard is like in really poor colleges and universities.

    Well, fancy that; it looks like we’re all internationalists. Ain’t it great?

  • I've got a great idea for a Curb Your Enthusiasm episode: Larry David is about to get into the Express checkout lane at his Brentwood supermarket, but a giant black lady (played by Leslie Jones) with 23 items suddenly cuts from her lane into his, ahead of him. Larry fumes: “Why don’t you go back...
  • @Paul
    Today I was verbally assaulted in the grocery store by a white man who told me I was a lazy SOB and to go back to where I came from bc I had to [sic] many items in the express lane.


    Why was she in the express lane with too many items?

    She prolly had a pissing contest with the cashier over which items were EBT eligible and which ones were cash only. It could be worse though; try getting behind Ereeka, Afreeka and Moneeka as they argue amongst themselves and the cashier about whose shit is whose from a single cartful of eligible and ineligible items– all to be processed as a single transaction with cash and an EBT card.

    Don’t laugh; I’ve seen it happen with my own lyin’ eyes.

  • THE UNDERGROUND DEBATE SERIES - LIVE AT THE VILLAGE UNDERGROUND Comedy Cellar 117 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012 Monday, July 22, 2019 Showtime: 8:00PM (seating begins 1 hour prior to showtime) Price: $40.00 Qty: JAMIL SMITH: Jamil Smith is a Senior Writer at Rolling Stone, where he covers national affairs and culture. His career...
  • @JohnnyD
    Pardon my language, but Amy Wax has more balls than the professional conservatives. I just hope she's not professional ruined by the SJW Mob calling for her head.

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/u-penn-professor-faces-backlash-for-allegedly-saying-us-would-be-better-off-with-more-whites-and-fewer-nonwhites-220301733.html

    Wax is tenured. The worst thing (arguably legal) they can do is put her in a rubber room during what would be her normal class lecture time slots and continue paying her compensation package while her case winds through the courts.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • For the record, at the tender age of 17, I was taken advantage of by a 23 y/o female graduate of Vassar. They are twisted.

    • Replies: @ricpic
    But it was worth it, right...right?
  • Well, that's one way of phrasing what happened ... I've been noticing a general trend in The Establishment press to write facts as tediously as possible. By July 20, 2029, the AP tweet will read: Ziel adds:
  • @The Last Real Calvinist
    I think Rep. Omar came close to the ultimate form for expressing boring and stupid historical facts with her 'some people did something', but she's not quite there yet. Better put it in the passive voice to be sure, i.e. 'something was done by some people'.

    Truth be told, we're heading toward the point at which unpleasant anniversaries like Teddy's simply won't be mentioned at all, and if no one's ever heard about it, well, then it never happened, did it?

    The passive voice–indeed. That’s what politicians and the elite of Latin America have been using since the invention of the Roman calendar. Just another symptom of the toilet vortex tightening up in Amurika.

  • From The Good Hair Study:
  • @Spangel
    Within the range of Caucasian to asian hair types, there is no clear winner in hair type. Asian hair is straight and tends to be easier to maintain and resistant to frizzing. Some white women have wavy hair, which looks more voluminous and bouncy but it usually takes some effort to get it to look tip top. And then some non black women, usually with some level of middle eastern heritage, have very curly hair. If they take care of it, it looks fine too.

    I’ve always been a fan of red hair but really the comparitive advantage of hair color is so marginal that it’s basically a non issue. Jessica chastain is a beautiful red head. Claudia Schiffer was a beautiful blonde. Jennifer Connolly was a beautiful brunette and Monica bellucis hair is just about black. It really doesn’t matter.

    Black womens hair type is not as attractive as others but thats less of a problem compared to their typical facial features.

    Nappy is nappy, no matter the color.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Nappy is nappy, no matter the color.
     
    Was Nig Cuppy nappy? Sniff out his snuff card:


    https://vintagecardprices.com/pics/155/42427.jpg


    Yes, before bubble gum there was snuff. Cuppy, by the way, is the only major league pitcher to have scored five runs in a game.

    A German born "Koppe", he must have been quite swarthy to keep the nickname "Nig" next to his Cleveland Spider teammate Louis Sockalexis, the Indians' Penobscot namesake.
  • The domineering Dominicans have long dominated this field of study. They call it Pelo Bueno contra Pelo Malo. This “study” is superfluous and adds nothing to the body of knowledge.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • @Macon Richardson
    US News and the others have some of the best statisticians in the magazine business.

    I misdirected my reply to you to myself. Approximately comment #19.

  • @Jim bob Lassiter
    The "magazine rankings" of US colleges and universities are far more "pseudoscientific" than the material produced today by contemporary race realists, even by standards of race realist detractors.

    I know that US News College rankings shit show is a scam because I’m familiar with a couple of the institutions that they have highly overrated.

    Ditto for hospital rankings.

    • Replies: @Verymuchalive
    The Sunday Times runs a similar scam on my side of the Atlantic. I was disgusted to learn that my own Alma Mater is rated in the top 25 in the world by the newspaper. Standards were sliding in the 1980s when I was attending. When I went back a few years on temporary contract work, standards had fallen drastically and the quality of academic staff was poor. Several of my lecturers were actually top rank academics. The present incumbents are mainly low grade academic hacks.
    It does make you think what the standard is like in really poor colleges and universities.
  • A giant story in The Atlantic: To be precise, Dr. Chetty appears to have gotten his biggest break nine months before he was born: It's almost as if Raj Chetty had been eugenically bred to be smart and successful. But of course that's a pseudoscience, so he turned out dumb and unsuccessful: When Chetty was...
  • @Forbes

    I was reminded of another map: one President Abraham Lincoln consulted in 1861, demarcating the counties with the most slaves. The two maps are remarkably similar. ”
     
    Does such a map exist? An 1861 map of counties with the most slaves? Why, for what purpose, does Lincoln need to consult such a map? Is this an apocryphal myth, or was I asleep in class that day?

    ” Why, for what purpose, does Lincoln need to consult such a map?”

    Maybe so he would know which geographical assignments to give to his generals.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • @BengaliCanadianDude

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vassar_College#Rankings
     
    The 2019 annual ranking of U.S. News & World Report categorizes Vassar as 'most selective'

    https://www.forbes.com/top-colleges/list/
     
    Vassar College is 51st in the list of top colleges.

    https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-liberal-arts-colleges
     
    Vassar is like the 11th best Liberal arts college.

    The wikipedia says it's a private college. Don't know how much money the private colleges receive from federal funds. My guess that it is a very dispensable part of their budget, and that the money is quite expendable.


    Yes I know you answered.

    Also, it's still seems like a decent school with good prospects so I suppose that is why many conservatives allow their children to go there

    The “magazine rankings” of US colleges and universities are far more “pseudoscientific” than the material produced today by contemporary race realists, even by standards of race realist detractors.

    • Replies: @Macon Richardson
    US News and the others have some of the best statisticians in the magazine business.
    , @Jim bob Lassiter
    I know that US News College rankings shit show is a scam because I'm familiar with a couple of the institutions that they have highly overrated.

    Ditto for hospital rankings.
  • Two of the most important problems that the so-called Green New Deal will attempt to solve at the cost of incalculable trillions are global warming and its consequences, including drought, famine, floods and massive starvation. You may recall that Obama in his 2015 State of the Union speech declared that the greatest threat facing us...
  • @Roger Fjellstad Olsen
    DEBUNKING "THE AL GORE MOVIE WAS BANNED IN ENGLAND AND HAD 9 ERRORS MYTH":

    IT WAS NEVER BANNED. I GOT THE JUDGE PAPER RIGHT HERE:

    UK High Court judge rejected a call to restrict the showing of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth (AIT) in British schools.

    http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2007/2288.html

    The judge, Justice Burton found that “Al Gore’s presentation of the causes and likely effects of climate change in the film was broadly accurate”(which accords with our original assessment). There has been a lot of comment and controversy over this decision because of the judges commentary on 9 alleged “errors” (note the quotation marks!) in the movie’s description of the science. The judge referred to these as ‘errors’ in quotations precisely to emphasize that, while these were points that could be contested, it was not clear that they were actually errors.

    There are a number of points to be brought out here. First of all, “An Inconvenient Truth” was a movie and people expecting the same depth from a movie as from a scientific paper are setting an impossible standard. Secondly, the judge’s characterisation of the 9 points is substantially flawed. He appears to have put words in Gore’s mouth that would indeed have been wrong had they been said (but they weren’t). Finally, the judge was really ruling on how “Guidance Notes” for teachers should be provided to allow for more in depth discussion of these points in the classroom.

    ALL 9 POINTS EXPLAINED BY TOP CLIMATE SCIENTISTS:

    http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2006/05/al-gores-movie/

    Overall, our verdict is that the 9 points are not “errors” at all (with possibly one unwise choice of tense on the island evacuation point). But behind each of these issues lies some fascinating, and in some cases worrying, scientific findings and we can only applaud the prospect that more classroom discussions of these subjects may occur because of this court case.

    Full AL Gore "failed" predictions debunk:

    While there are minor errors in An Inconvenient Truth,

    the main truths presented -

    -evidence to show mankind is causing global warming and its various impacts

    -is consistent with peer reviewed science.

    “An Inconvenient Truth” was a movie and people expecting the same depth from a movie as from a scientific paper are setting an impossible standard.”

    Gores movie reviewed by top climate scientists:

    http://www.realclimate.org/index...

    http://ninepoints.pbworks.com/w/...

    https://www.skepticalscience.com...

    And, do you think they’d give him a Nobel Prize if the science was that bad?

    https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/peace/2007/summary/

    https://www.quora.com/How-well-have-Al-Gore-s-global-warming-predictions-held-up-over-the-years/answer/Roger-Fjellstad-Olsen

    “And, do you think they’d give him a Nobel Prize if the science was that bad?”

    They gave Obama a Nobel Prize for being an elected empty suit, didn’t they?

  • @Mike P
    That only applies to floating ice. Analogy for land-based glaciers: Put an ice cube into a cup all by itself. Watch it melt and observe the water level. Does it rise or not?

    You Mr. Wizard experiment needs refining to make its point more obvious to the more obtuse in our midst. Freeze water in a polyethylene graduated cylinder. Mark the ccs and then thaw it out with a cover to preclude/minimize evaporation.

  • I recently stumbled on a profile of your humble servant on the Pharos website. Pharos is an academic blog which allows you to “learn about and respond to appropriations of Greco-Roman antiquity by hate groups online.” The blog’s name “refers to the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the first such beacon and the symbol of a city...
  • “This begs questions however: Does Vassar College receive any public funds? If so, what do taxpayers think of the university using their money to promote a left-wing political agenda? And what do the conservative parents paying for their children to go to Vassar Collage think of this? Is this legal and common in the United States?”

    Answer to first question: It does indeed receive public funds, though mostly in a subtle (to the not so attentive mind at least) indirect manner. That is to say yes, but not in the fashion that say the University of Michigan or the University of Virginia (Charlottesville) does.

    The second question begs more questions with regards to “conservative” and “think”.

    The third question: Unfortunately, yes.

    • Replies: @Guillaume Durocher
    Thanks for the information!
    , @eah
    The third question: Unfortunately, yes.

    Perhaps you didn't count/number the questions entirely correctly: the only 'Yes/No' question is this one: Is this legal and common in the United States?, which is actually a two-part question (legal and common), both parts of which could be answered 'Yes/No' -- while many would agree that, looking at it philosophically, it is at least somewhat unfortunate that such thinking and activity is common (in academia), it is not really unfortunate that it's legal.

    It seems most places of higher learning are tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations -- it also appears the Pharos pages are hosted on the main Vassar web site -- I'm not a lawyer, but I don't think (essentially political activity/commentary) like what you see on Pharos is or should be illegal -- here is what the IRS says:

    Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Contributions to political campaign funds or public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity. Violating this prohibition may result in denial or revocation of tax-exempt status and the imposition of certain excise taxes.
  • An interesting question I've never seen researched is whether elite African immigration to the U.S. rubs off culturally to uplift the behavior of African Americans, or do African-Americans drag down Africans.? When an Igbo migrates to the US and, say, earns a Master's in accounting and becomes a CPA, do his bourgeois values tend make...
  • All I can contribute to this question is that many of the African shopkeepers of one sort or another in Greensboro, NC have pretty low opinions of the local “creoles”.

  • As I was growing up in the suburban San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles during the 1960s and 1970s, organized crime seemed like a very distant thing, confined to the densely-populated cities of the East Coast or to America's past, much like the corrupt political machines with which it was usually associated. I never heard...
  • Mr. Unz:

    Al Capone did not die in prison. He was released due to sickness (tertiary syphilis) and died a babbling idiot sometime later in one of his Florida homes.

  • @Carlton Meyer
    I skimmed through this article as I found it a rambling collection of interesting items. It should be broken into several focused articles. If you have time for a long, insightful interview, watch the one with David K. Johnston. It has four parts, and the 3rd segment is about the "Deep State/Organized Crime" in Congress and Los Angeles.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0byZ1Rl8-8

    Mr. Myer– Do you have a printer hooked to your computer? Print the article and read in bed over a couple of nights.

  • One of the amusing aspects of being an old guy is reading breathless articles about some new breakthrough in the history of human thought, such as this New York Times article about how this lone marketing genius has noticed for the first time ever that women spend a lot of money and therefore big corporations...
  • I like Roller Derby girls, but it seems that none ever managed to garner any lasting name recognition.

    Image result for roller derby women

    https://www.google.com/search?q=roller+derby+women&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjemZ-OqL

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    Have dated. Can confirm are batshit crazy. I am not recommend. Stop.
  • Nkechi Diallo was recently charged with welfare fraud in Spokane, Washington State. Back in 2015, Diallo was better known as Rachel Dolezal. She has since rechristened herself. Rachel Dolezal, if you’re from Deep Space, is the lily-white woman who, in 2015, dared to “identify” as a black woman. The “Racism Industrial Complex” is populated with...
  • Oh yes he (Colin) can be used to make a point. There’s more to race than just skin tone.

  • Just five years ago, everybody who was anybody, like Obama, was explaining that we need lots more video cameras everywhere to catch all the white racists in action. Now we have lots more video cameras ... but we're mostly getting to see family brawls in Toon Town, and so we are being endlessly warned that...
  • You can’t hide those racist lyin’ eyes.

  • It is discouraging to note just how the United States has been taking on the attributes of a police state since 9/11. Stories of police raids on people’s homes gone wrong are frequently in the news. In one recent incident, a heavily armed SWAT team was sent to a St. Louis county home. The armed...
  • @Justvisiting
    Since I retired I am often asked if I like to travel:

    My response--in a private jet with no airport security screening--yes. Cramped like a sardine and treated like one by airport security--ah no thanks.

    How would you like to fly seated next to this thing? Or be its patient?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/10/us/black-woman-american-airlines-cover-up.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share

    • Replies: @reverse-engineered
    I think I wouldn't mind since odds are she's a better human being than you. I'm sure you'd present yourself as a pleasant fellow to rub elbows with in the next passenger seat, but I'd hate to risk catching the perception distorting virus embedded in your cortex.
    , @anonymous
    Please post this stuff under Mr. Derbyshire's and other racebaiters' columns.

    It's apparent that you're trying to distract or discredit here.
  • Vermont is 94 percent white (a fact Vermont Public Radio finds appalling). It's the safest state in the United States. To those elected officials in 94 percent white Vermont, this is no good and must change. Immediately. So the white Governor of the state has appointed a black female as a taxpayer funded employee who...
  • @Realist
    Are most of the whites in Vermont stupid? Why did they vote for this dumbass governor?

    Well they put (and keep) Bernie in office beginning back in 2007.

    • Replies: @Realist
    Excellent point.
  • @Female in FL
    These white people have got to be deaf, dumb and blind. Tragic.

    It’s none of those. What it is is a “special kind of stupid”.

    I just took some Argentine house guests to the airport for their return trip home. In their entourage was a 12 y/o autistic boy. Among our many regional sight seeing trips, I took them deep into some of our “better neighborhoods” in this Southern city. The 12 y/o autistic boy got it real quick. He was a “special kind of smart”. (None of these people had ever been to Brazil or anywhere else with a substantial sub-Saharan African population)

  • It is discouraging to note just how the United States has been taking on the attributes of a police state since 9/11. Stories of police raids on people’s homes gone wrong are frequently in the news. In one recent incident, a heavily armed SWAT team was sent to a St. Louis county home. The armed...
  • All true to one lesser or greater extent or the other. However, the root cause of unpleasant airline travel is all the low IQ uncultured rabble of the world who can now travel by plane or get a job at the airport.

    Imagine have to sit next to Sheila Jackson Lee, Fareeq Abdula Abkar, or even being in the same passenger screening line with that family from Disneyland. (with them getting waved through by TSA and you getting shaken down like a cocaine smuggler)

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    Since I retired I am often asked if I like to travel:

    My response--in a private jet with no airport security screening--yes. Cramped like a sardine and treated like one by airport security--ah no thanks.
    , @Marcus Aurelius Tarkus
    Yea, verily yea!

    I have not traveled via commercial airlines in four years, due to an extra high-radiation treatment then while my wife was being groped by dykes. We were both "pre-check". I have no intention of breaking that streak until TSA is abolished. In other words, never.

    Meanwhile--in the stopped clock dept.--congressperson Ilhan Omar has proposed to abolish DHS outright. Send me the petition asap!
  • Here's an essay by an obscure writer in a modest magazine, so don't treat it as authoritative. Still, in its artlessness, it makes clear the conventional wisdom: some people are above criticism. Personally, as somebody who has been criticized upon occasion, I find that criticism, while unpleasant, tends to make people better. But the current...
  • @Sean
    Epstein paid out tens of millions in restitution to his previous accusers. That may have had something to do with the prosecution deciding they should accept a guilty plea on reduced charges. Paying damages is a o the victim is a thing to get charges reduced. Such a level of restitution as Epstein could make greatly weakens the prosecution's hand .

    “Such a level of restitution as Epstein could make greatly weakens the prosecution’s hand .”

    Really? Why should a constructive admission of guilt weaken the prosecution’s hand ?

    • Replies: @Sean
    They did not have that admission without the deal, and it was nothing to do with the deal that was the problem it was the fact that two of his accusers said they were not told about it that was the grounds for the deal being ruled unlawful earlier this year. If he had fought and won the criminal case he would not be settling out of court. His masseuse employee that said she met Bill Clinton and the Gores and had sex with Dershowitz before she escaped when sent to Thailand on a massage course is not a terribly credible witness against anyone but a convicted felon which Epstein is because of the deal.

    The Gores say not only did they not go to dinner at his house, they do not know Epstein. This is an anti Trump thing, or perhaps you think Acosta and Dershowitz being involved is completely coincidental? And maybe you think that a woman having sued Trump in 2016 accusing him of having raped her at one of Epstein's parties when she was 13 is a coincidence too?
  • Imagine the furor if the white @KellyanePolls had tweeted to the black Representative @AyannaPressley: "Becky" is a racist slur term.But it's a very popular and acceptable one. Thus it was considered awesome for Congresswoman Pressley to use "Becky" because it's an anti-white racist slur term. From USA Today: And of
  • @Tiny Duck
    Becky means clueless white girl who is entitled

    It's not racist because it's true

    The comments are applauding her

    Black Women are frustrated with white girls because they steal there men with there straight hair and promiscuity

    We are going to set that hair on fire we are moving on
    Your descendants will be brown

    Black Women are Vestal Virgins who wouldn’t steal anything, right TD?

  • The further into the future America gets, the more it obsesses over the past. Back in 2013, I pointed out that hereditary guilt was coming back into intellectual fashion.
  • @Gary in Gramercy
    He probably thought Bergen-Belsen was a brand of expensive imported beer.

    But lost interest in the brand as soon as he found out it wasn’t sold in 40s.

  • About a decade ago began the World Star Hip-Hop Era of cameraphone video of birthday party brawls at Chuck E. Cheese. In response, the Establishment launched the popular meme that Real Soon Now there'd be a lot of video showing that Trayvon and Michael Brown were gunned down by racist whites like George Zimmerman while...
  • Well maybe there is something, after all, to that long ago thoroughly debunked pseudo-axiom that “They all look alike” .

    • Agree: lhtness
    • LOL: JMcG
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    They are closely genetically related. Much like Han Chinese, Koreans, Japanese etc.
    , @Varia Vespasa
    They dont all look alike, its just that the darker the skin the harder it is to pick out the details that show the differences unless the lighting is really good, and even then you tend to need a closer viewing range.
  • Perhaps the biggest hot potato question that will likely soon be answerable due to rapid advances in doing DNA scans on ancient skeletons is: Who is more closely related genetically to the Hebrews of the Old Testament: Israeli Jews or Palestinians? Geneticist David Reich of Harvard is a wise man, so he has made clear...
  • @Jack D
    Putting aside that Yiddish is more German than anything else, linguistics and genetics are two completely different things - for example, Latinos are linguistically Iberian but genetically Amerindian. The people of the UK are largely a Celtic people speaking a Germanic language. And now that we have DNA evidence, indirect approaches such as attempting to infer genetic background from language are a waste of time.

    ” And now that we have DNA evidence, indirect approaches such as attempting to infer genetic background from language are a waste of time.”

    You were spot on until you got to your last line. An attuned and discerning ear coupled with some basic knowledge of Latin American society can, with a fairly high degree of accuracy, listen (sight unseen) to a person from Latin America speak and get a pretty good idea (from accent, grammar, diction, vocabulary, idioms) about just how much or how little “Indio” they are. I didn’t say 100 per cent.

  • @Jack D
    It is silly to think that scientific findings of "who was here first" can have any bearing on political questions. Assume for the sake of argument that the Jews are really a bunch of Europeans or Khazars or whatever and that the "Palestinians" are the true blue original inhabitants of the territory. Does everyone in Israel throw in the towel and pack their bags? Hell no, no more than Americans are going to give America back to the Indians. Not gonna happen. Israel, like every other country, will continue to exist for so long as its government can defend it against all invaders. All "origin stories" are mythical to one degree or another and all are irrelevant to the current reality.

    “Hell no, no more than Americans are going to give America back to the Indians. ”

    Depends on your definition of “Indians”. It would appear that we are indeed doing just that on “our” current nominal geopolitical southern border.

  • @Gordo

    I can easily imagine some violent reactions to attempts to dig up Jewish bones for analysis.
     
    They happily dig them up for new apartment blocks.

    Religious when it suits.

    Or casinos and movie studios.

  • I have good memories of San Antonio, host city of the ISIR 2012 conference. We visited the Alamo, and where throngs of tourists looked respectfully at an ancient wall of the building which was being restored with lime mortar. It was regarded as a restoration of national importance, and the wall was cordoned off, with...
  • @dearieme
    I remember going to the Alamo. There was a plaque to the dead. Well, not the winners, obviously. But what were the rebels/invaders/losers called? Americans? Texans? Illegal Immigrants? I can't remember. It's an interesting question: what label would be best that would be consistent with the circumstances of that time?

    I remember being struck by how many had been born outside North America. They really were foreigners: so maybe Crusaders would do? But the implication of the importance of religious differences would be wrong. I suppose it's such considerations that lead to the use of "gringo".

    Do enjoy Minneapolis. Decades ago I was driven around some suburbs of that city - very attractive they were. Are they still?

    Pre-Mogadishu days, heh?

    • Replies: @dearieme
    Hah! Neat, white houses built around lakes: we'd cross a low ridge and there would be another suburb in the same style. I was pretty impressed. There was no resemblance to Passaic N.J. where I'd spent time working a dozen years earlier.

    When people bang on about the ugliness of US suburbs I call to mind those handsome ones in Minnesota. How daft to put them at risk by importing people ... um, shall we say unsuited to the climate?
  • I don't know which bill this 3 month old tweet is referring to, but I imagine it has passed and The Gap is fixed by now. So that Taki column I wrote last week about what the Stanford school achievement test score data base teaches us about racial gaps ... well, never mind. It's all...
  • She needs to work on closin’ dat gap between her knees.

    • LOL: jim jones
  • From Jewish Insider: Sure, Betsy Ross used
  • “A number of lawmakers have condemned the decision and Arizona’s Republican governor Doug Ducey has pulled economic incentives for a Nike manufacturing facility in the state.”

    Now just what would Nike be “manufacturing” in Arizona that could conceivably be worth business location tax incentives?

  • From Stanford professor Sean Reardon's database of public school test scores, here are the averages for Asians by school district. The highest scoring public school Asians in the country are in Lexington, MA, a suburb of Cambridge favored by Harvard and MIT professors, where Asian sixth graders score at the 10.25 level, equivalent to a...
  • Depends on concentrations of what kind of Asians thrown into what kind of other pupil mix.

  • Here are public school districts, as compiled by Sean Reardon of Stanford, ranked in order of average test score grade equivalent of their black 6th graders, from Frisco, TX, where black 6th graders score like national average 7th graders, down to Syracuse, NY, where black 6th graders score like 3rd graders. Nationally, the average public...
  • All of this with dumbed down in the toilet public skoos most everywhere anyway.

  • As of the 2010 census, California's population is 40 percent white, 37.6 Hispanic, 6 percent black and 13 percent Asian. The statistics are right there, if you just know where to look. California is - as of the 2010 census - a 60 percent non-white state. Its population is only 6 percent black. The 2017...
  • Subtract Asians from the non-white/Hispanic (of any race) portions of California’s population and it looks even worse for those other non-whites/Hispanics.

  • I'd like to see a debate on racial school busing between Senator Kamala Harris and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Emhoff. I could imagine it going like this: From my new column in Taki's Magazine: My final observation from looking through Reardon’s trove of data is that it will be hard for ambitious politicians like [Kamala] Harris...
  • @Jonathan Mason
    Is busing a good thing or a bad thing?

    In the Caribbean there are plenty of schools where all the teachers and students are black or mixed race.

    Should we have all-black schools here in the US where blacks can get educated in their own cultural milieu, perhaps learning Haitian Kreyol as a foreign language, and hip-hop, reggae, and Kompa music studies, and African history and geography, the biology and ecology of the Sahara desert, get school lunches that have items like alloco, biltong, and kachumbari, learn ivory carving in workshop classes, study the technology of gold and diamond mining, dam building, and irrigation?

    One thing is for sure--the current public school system in the US is not particularly good and wastes a lot of time teaching children propaganda instead of reading, writing, and rithmatic and useful skills like carpentry, engine repair, baking, and cookery.

    It would be good if blacks were to design their own, better, schools that other children would want to go to for a more interesting experience.

    “It would be good if blacks were to design their own, better, schools that other children would want to go to for a more interesting experience.”

    You sho’ ‘nuf be tripin’ big time white boy!

  • For seventeen years Violeta and I lived in town or in Guadalajara and had nothing to do with gated communities. We regarded these as custodial institutions for people who didn’t want to be in Mexico but liked the weather and cheap gardeners. For strange reasons irrelevant here, a year or so ago we moved to...
  • Now, if all the twenty and thiryy something Messicans here would adjust their attitudes in the opposite direction of those of the 70 y/o concha reseca Gringa brujas in Messico.

  • Last Wednesday’s debate among half of the announced Democratic Party candidates to become their party’s nominee for president in 2020 was notable for its lack of drama. Many of those called on to speak had little to say apart from the usual liberal bromides about health care, jobs, education and how the United States is...
  • @renfro
    Gabbard did well but if I had to vote tomorrow it would be for Elizabeth Warren.....she's got the real intelligence firepower combined with some old fashioned common sense. None of them are going to directly attack the jew lobby during the campaign....why bring on smear jobs and fake stories when it doesnt matter what they say, only what they do when elected.
    Would never vote for Joe "I am Zionist" Biden, he's just a paler shade of Trump....or to be even clearer Biden is the DC establishment whereas Trump is the NJ Mafia,

    “Intelligence firepower”? You mean like so smart that she just knew that there was no way a nine year old kid with an internet connection could debunk her Cherokee ancestry claims?

  • With Corporate American stridently celebrating Stonewall Pride on the 50th Anniversary of Gay Lib, it's interesting to check whether anybody remembers anymore that Gay Liberation caused AIDS, an epidemic which was not centered in backwaters of homophobia, but instead spread from exactly where Gay Lib triumphed: Castro Street, Santa Monica Boulevard, and Christopher Street. Or...
  • @Mark P Miller
    On the bright side, Gulag doesn't even pretend anymore.

    Still, premature. A miscalculation.

    “Still, premature. A miscalculation.”

    Is there a proper literary device term for that little nugget of wordsmithing?

  • @Hypnotoad666
    I think the politically correct response to AIDS was just another manifestation of the constant that is progressive thinking.

    The progressive mind seems to always focus on symbolism, narratives, and virtue signalling at the expense of reality.

    So all the progressive effort was put into "destigmatizing" AIDS victims and treating the disease as a civil rights issue. They didn't worry so much, however, about taking the actual steps necessary to minimize the death toll.

    If the disease, by contrast, had struck only, say, little girls, we would have imposed an emergency quarantine or whatever other steps were required to save all lives possible. But progressivism always elevate symbolism over results.

    We're just lucky the scientists came through in relatively short order. Or who knows what the death toll would have been.

    “We’re just lucky the scientists came through in relatively short order. Or who knows what the death toll would have been.”

    As Stalin would say, that depends on just who is lucky and who is luckless.

    And speaking of scientists, I wonder just what the diversity breakdown was in the ranks of the scientists who pursued AIDs research.

  • In April, CNN asked me for an interview with one of its hosts, Fareed Zakaria, as part of an hour-long program on “white nationalism.” I was reluctant. Programs of this kind don’t try to understand why people become “white nationalists.” They just dismiss them as “racists,” “haters,” and “white supremacists.” I explained this to executive...
  • @KenH
    Just watched "The State of Hate" which was mostly a farrago of misinformation and lies of omission. Such as claiming that OKC bomber Timothy McVeigh was a KKK member when he never was and any relationship that may have existed was tangential. McVeigh cavorted with many dissident right groups, most of whom were non-racial and simply patriot and anti-government oriented groups.

    Then CNN's experts claimed that race and whiteness is "scientifically murky" yet curiously it stops being murky when whites do bad things to non-whites and it wasn't murky when Fareed Zakaria attacked and judged the Covington kids strictly by their race. Nor is it scientifically murky in the case of reparations for blacks and affirmative action for blacks and other non-whites.

    When it comes to racial grievance mongering race gets unmurky in a hurry and clear racial categories exist that get used against whitey.

    You had the piranha mouthed Indian, Zakaria, trying to convince a skeptical Jared Taylor that he is an Aryan superman since India was the ancient home to Aryans. Will Zakaria be invited as a guest speaker at the next Amren conference? Only Jared knows the answer.

    Muslim representative Rashida Tlaib, voice cracking and eyes moistening, read a letter from a wicked white person celebrating the Christchurch mosque massacre. Deplorable because we know Muslims never kill innocent people or celebrate the killing of non-Muslims.

    SPLC centerfold (((Heidi Beirich))) made a cameo to enlighten the viewing audience on why white pepo who don't hate themselves do the things they do. It was very edifying.

    Watching "The State of Hate" the takeaway is that only white people are haters and capable of hating. The hearts of non-whites are filled with love, joy, acceptance and tolerance. The flooding of white nations with non-whites is just a natural phenomenon that whites are just going to have to accept and if you don't then Rashida Tlaib and AOC are crafting legislation to throw you into a gulag.

    The collage graphic format of this shit show seems to have been inspired by the double album cover of the Rolling Stones “Exile On Main Street” (with some motion picture stuff thrown in for good measure–regular CNN viewers have to see repeated popcorn action nowadays to get their synapses a snappin’)

    https://www.loudersound.com/features/the-story-behind-the-rolling-stones-exile-on-main-street-album-artwork

    But hey it was on the cheap in terms of production costs.

  • I just watched the whole thing. It was an imbecilic, low brow collage a la “World’s Wildest Police Chases” or “101 Best Cum Shots” of Huwhite violence supremacy lorded over by a man from the world’s most racist country (India), ably assisted by the highly credible sow from SPLC Bank and Trust, Llc. Cayman Island and some self-hating Huwhite doofus from Columbia University. And plenty of factual misstatements that I’ll leave to others to enumerate.

    And Mr. Taylor was photo collaged front and center as hub central of it all.

  • From the San Francisco Chronicle: And people wonder why California can't build high-speed rail ... I can cover it with curtains for the low, low, lowest bid price of $374,000. San Francisco, call me! Arnautoff
  • @guest
    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ca/39/3f/ca393f5ddf6df74ff6bbfbf38dcc1939.jpg

    But then Along Came Jones :

    Image result for aztec warrior rescues princess

    https://www.google.com/search?q=aztec+warrior+rescues+princess&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjsvJLOl5HjAh

  • Why not just call open season on the wall to Bay Area gang bangers and give out (in situ) free certified environmentally safe spray paint for the rest of the summer. Call it the Bay Area Great Urban Midnight Spray Paint Initiative. BAGUM’-SPI

  • “I can cover it with curtains for the low, low, lowest bid price of $374,000. San Francisco, call me!”

    Sounds good to us. Can you certify that all material inputs (textile fiberss, dyes, etc.) in the manufacture of these curtains are of 100% natural organic, free trade, non-animal cruelty, sustainable production methodology origins ? Are any CCC (California Cancer Causing) label warnings needed in this endeavor? May we examine the racial, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual orientation, linguistic, ad nauseam characteristics of your and your sub-contracators’ employee rosters?

  • In April, CNN asked me for an interview with one of its hosts, Fareed Zakaria, as part of an hour-long program on “white nationalism.” I was reluctant. Programs of this kind don’t try to understand why people become “white nationalists.” They just dismiss them as “racists,” “haters,” and “white supremacists.” I explained this to executive...
  • @EliteCommInc.
    "You’ll find the full force of government turned against you. What whites do, of course, when possible, is keep non-whites out via high home prices and zoning that keep apartment buildings from being built."


    Take no federal or state monies and you can design whatever private community you desire.

    You maybe right about that. Look no further than the Eno Commons Community homosexual pizza inter-racial adoption child pimping case out of Durham, NC which made quite a splash at about the same time as the Duke lacrosse case. Constructively speaking, a perspective resident has to “qualify” in order to live in this community. And I don’t mean just financially.

    https://www.remnantnewspaper.com/Archives/2009-0815-laughable_double_standard.htm

  • I’m not going to second guess Mr. Taylor’s methods, motives or philosophies here. The simple fact is that he is light years ahead of most who are posting here and likewise has bigger cojones.

    • Replies: @Anon
    https://i0.wp.com/idavox.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/TaylorANDantifa.jpg
  • The Democrats seem to want to run against Joe Biden on the issue that Joe was, horrors, against forced racial school busing of children. After all, who doesn't love busing? Look what a happy and pleasant little girl busing made of Senator Kamala Harris: Forced racial school busing (which in the U.S. is spelled with...
  • @Anon
    Yeah, I used bussed in myself, thought it was funny, changed it to bused in, and then changed back, because it didn't look right either and would be pronounced boost, I thought.

    I believe the rule is to double a final single consonant if the preceding vowel is a single letter and is short (using English's weird definitions of long and short).

    So for u pronounced uh you double; for u pronounced oo, single.

    Merriam-Webster, however says bused, or alternately bussed.

    Moral of the story: look up the word in the dictionary and take the first option.

    I took a look at a few spelling websites, and holy moly, the rules are complicated. It would be quicker to read Noam Chomsky's The Sound Patterns of English.

    Learn Spanish.

    • Replies: @Sextus Empiricus
    Because you're gonna wanna beg your caretakers at the old folks home to take that big heavy pillow off your face in a language they can understand - tell them you have money!

    ¡Tengo dinero!
  • Today, FOE will explain economics, fraud, unemployment, and the end of the world. There will no longer be a need for economists, if there ever was. You will understand everything. FOE is that sort of column. Long ago, everybody worked on farms, growing food. This was a real service. People wanted food. They liked to...
  • @Wayne
    With regards to generals digging holes and refilling them. At the end of the Second World War my father was at Fort Meade, Maryland waiting to be processed out of the Navy. They had the half the sailors nailing nails into 2x4's. Then the lumber was carried around he back of the barracks where the other half of sailors pulled the nails out. True story.

    They were perforating the 2x4s as step one of the process for infusion of giant toothpicks with cinnamon oil for dinosaurs.