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  1. malthuss August 16, 2019 at 9:59 am #

    Tolle talks are on you tube.
    he sat on a park bench for months, till he ‘gained wisdom’ and made million$.

    check him out.

    Funny, at 6 am I started to listen to a Taoist yin yang talk.

    • FallenHero August 16, 2019 at 10:20 am #

      Ironically, ‘Yang’ is the only legit democrat candidate. Talks openly about automation, climate likely being too far gone, and taxing amazon. Of course MSM doesnt give him any time at all.

      • gonetohell August 17, 2019 at 10:30 am #

        Perhaps you missed the part where your hero stated;”……..the Democratic Party can’t find any credible MALE candidates.”
        Of course this is the world according to James Howard Kunstler. Like countless others, Kunstler sells fear. Kunstler knows there’s never a shortage of fools buying.

        • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 3:30 pm #

          Oh gonetohell, it’s like you drop in to visit JHK just to shit on his living room carpet, then scurry off. You are a card!

          • gonetohell August 17, 2019 at 8:14 pm #

            I know, lemmings should come here to simply praise. Oh, then scurry off.

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:33 pm #

            Don’t be so hard on yourself. You are no lemming. You are a fully grown shit house rat!

          • gonetohell August 18, 2019 at 10:36 am #

            Ouch,I really struck a nerve. Judging by your sensitivity, I’m guessing it’s not the first time you’ve been likened to a lemming. I

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 12:38 pm #

      I see immediately that his greatest talent is cashing in on his “enlightenment.” And all from sitting on a park bench for a few months, you say? I wonder if he shared that bench with Oprah, one of his biggest boosters? Might have to look into that.

    • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 3:34 pm #

      It is hard to earn any Yang money these days. Gin is easier to get than Yin, good for what ails you. We are all born from our mothers, and the female plays the dominant role in many societies.
      Your mom raises you, bosses you around, teaches you how to behave, then turns you out to make a go of it. If you are a male, then you may hook up with a wife, who will lay down the law.
      So guys are pussy whipped right from the start. Since women’s liberation came along, girl power is on the rise. That is ok, but why do they need to use vocal fry and uptalk? It is hard enough to communicate without the nonsense. And you wonder why guys need viagra.

      • Q. Shtik August 16, 2019 at 5:53 pm #

        why do they (women) need to use vocal fry and uptalk? – zone45


        Yes, how did these two phenomena of speech ever get started? They are sooooo irritating. And to make it worse, uptalk has totally crept into male speech as well. Every statement is a question. Heaven help us!

        • sophia August 16, 2019 at 6:06 pm #

          What is vocal fry?

          • Q. Shtik August 16, 2019 at 6:25 pm #

            Google it. The explanation comes across as rather technical and isn’t much help. You need to listen to a couple of you tube examples.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 6:43 pm #

            Imagine speaking in a pitch so low you sound like Henry Kissinger calling whales.

    • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 6:48 pm #

      Yin takes no prisoners. Andy Warhol was hardly the Marlboro Man poster boy for toxic masculinity, but the radical feminists shot him down anyway. Total bitches!

      • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 8:07 pm #

        It is tough time to be a young man these days.
        The women are like storm troopers, emasculate the men.
        Common sense and real romance are a lost art.
        So we send them off to war, to die before they ever got a chance to live. World gone mad.

        • Uncle Bob August 16, 2019 at 9:52 pm #

          Indeed. Come up with batshit insane ideas, make a fuss about them being the only options while batting down any suggestions from the guys, then throwing a shit fit when it becomes apparent that the guys were right all along — possibly with the added fun of women projecting the insanity upon the men and/or screaming “This is all YOUR fucking fault, asshole!” in public, so the opprobrium of several women is instantly directed at some poor schmuck whose only sin was suggesting they paint the room while the furniture was out of the room instead of painting around it, leading to splotches of paint all over the new recliners and couch. This is why many men, myself included, just let them do whatever the fuck they want while reading more JHK and other sites (sort of like Peter Boyle in Young Frankenstein), since we know doing anything else will lead to the guillotine or worse.

          • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 10:20 pm #

            Hey Uncle Bob, you sound like my brother.
            Any way that you move, you loose.
            He calls his wife Clitler.
            A marriage is a two way street, should be a partnership.
            Not always in balance, it is a dynamic event.
            If you are a family man and dedicate your life to your wife and children, you should get a little bit of respect.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 10:56 pm #

            If robotic sex partners are perfected in the future, we’ll see who’s sorry and needy then. Oh yeah, enjoy things while you can, ladies!

          • gonetohell August 19, 2019 at 8:58 am #

            The only “ladies” hmueller is familiar with require a bicycle pump. He speaks now of his desire for their replacement with “robotic sex partners.” A long overdue upgrade.

  2. thenuttyneutron August 16, 2019 at 10:03 am #

    This drama is just the opening act to what will surely be an uglier election season than the one that preceded 2016.

    I am interested in knowing how the DNC candidates are going to walk back their insane policy positions taken during the DNC debates once a selection has been made.

    • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 10:05 am #

      I hear some ads for Tulsi and her points–
      Climate Change.

      Typical dem yakking points.

      • FallenHero August 16, 2019 at 10:21 am #

        Climate change is very real, but the dems do nothing to combat this short of occasional talking points or about how (white) america needs to stop doing X. Of course they never mention most of the world’s problem is caused by india and china.

      • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 10:40 am #

        Immigration is obvious, too many unskilled folks weigh down the social safety net, which drives up the debt. Leftist, heck, rightists too, the Deep State, have no concept of money vs. wealth, I have not figured out if it is just politics or just sheer stupidity. Or both. Maybe Politics=stupidity.

        Climate change I half way agree with. As a believer in trend analysis, the trends definitely are getting warmer. Leftists want shock treatment, “we only have ten years left”. Rightist reaction is to ignore the issue and it will just fade away. Neither option will work. The right way of handling this is for the Right to join in with the Left in the monitoring of CO2, consistent monitoring of the temperature of the air, sea water and land along with sea level, monitor magnetic field perturbations, sun activity etc. to put together a total picture of what is happening. Credibility with the total picture of CC comes from accumulation of data and that acknowledgement of AGW will not be complete without this proof.

        In today’s world, this is impossible so CC will continue to have nothing done about it. The American public is not going to give up its love of big vehicles without dictatorial command.

        Hmmm. Who is seeking a socialistic dictatorship in America? Maybe that is the Left’s reason for its vitriolic attitude about climate change.

        • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 11:31 am #

          In other words, keep studying the problem as a way of avoiding doing what the problem indicates – that of cutting back our industrial civilization. You are obvious to everyone but yourself.

          And again, I think these people are nuts, but at least they have the courage of their convictions – which are being used by the Evil Elite to destroy the West.

          • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 11:47 am #

            Not sure what you mean.

          • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 2:38 pm #

            Nope. I am not sure that cutting back on industrial civilization is going to do anything for CC, that is my point. How many people are going to die to implement AOCs GND?

            I agree 100% on your comment about the globalists. The biggest joke is that they care one iota about the effects of CC on the folks, only about the power it gives them.

        • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 11:51 am #

          “Rightist reaction is to ignore the issue and it will just fade away.”

          Some consider adaptation, as in moving [ immigrating ] north.

          • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 12:33 pm #

            51st State? Please do it!


          • zone45 August 18, 2019 at 4:04 pm #

            In the long run Greenland will melt down and may become a great destination and habitat. So the desire to acquire that place may be a brilliant idea. When push comes to shove, a powerful nation will just invade and take it.
            Getting back to the Yin/Yang topic, the trend is favoring powerful women. The day will come when the USA elects a female leader. It may come sooner than later. That is right, man is smart, woman is smarter.

          • BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 4:27 pm #

            If by smarter you mean more vengeful and less likely overall to cut their losses when they know they are in the wrong, then yeah.

            I keep trying to explain to people subtly (outside of here) that most of our behavior and organization is reflected and goes back to our evolution through the hunter-gather process, but the idea seems too much for those not already initiated by their own interests in who and what we are.

            Men literally had to “bring home the bacon” and find the right way with the less amount of struggle and loss.

            Women just had to be the most loud mouthed and persuasive among other women.

            Now there is nothing separating women/men socially or work wise for the most part and they know we can’t just hit them, so there is nothing stopping them.

        • K-Dog August 16, 2019 at 12:37 pm #

          “Trees are bio-solar battery banks who’s depletion accelerates atmospheric degradation and loss. We lost half the trees in 2,000 years, most in the last 60. That’s what physicists say, but I never trust physicists or priests, or anyone over 30 or under 25, but I trust trees, bees and my telepathic dog.” <-LR

          • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 10:44 pm #

            Hey Dog,
            You got that right. Trees are the answer.
            And bees and birds and butterflies.
            It is right in front of our faces.
            Just yesterday a dove made a mistake and fell down my chimney. I happen to have a shop in my basement, so I noticed what happened. I turned on the lights and saw it hanging from a wire, then it rushed into a corner to get away from me. I gently persuaded it to perch on a broom stick and took it into my hands and brought it upstairs and set it free out my back door. It flew up into the trees.
            I saw it later and it was doing OK.
            Doves are not the smartest birds in the world, but I hope it learned a lesson. It was an amazing experience for me.
            Kind of weird and crazy. Doves are a symbol of peace.
            So there is a message.

          • BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 4:32 pm #

            I sorted of dogged you up top a few posts from here and then you wrote that wonderful thing. You’re very right about the 3B”s and Trees.

            Our next WPA needs to employ the vast underemployed and unemployed to plant trees and tear up all the unused parking lots and paved over spaces.

            Let’s replant Eden. I’m sure the pharma/alcohol companies wouldn’t approve as they know their depression drug stocks would go decrease

        • Sean Coleman August 16, 2019 at 12:43 pm #


          The problem with monitoring it is that the data are unreliable. There are satellite measurements and land-based ones and it is complicated by heat islands effects. Actually, it is more than unreliable and definitely dodgy. Then there is another layer of mendacity laid on top of that, which is the media reporting.

          Here is a Dutch example I came across recently.

          It is in Dutch but subtitled. It is an interview with a Marcel Crok called Het Raadsel Van De Verdewenen Hittegolven (the mystery of the vanishing heat waves). The Dutch Met Office recently recalculated the fifty years worth of temperature measurements at their main weather station up to 1950-51, which was when they changed the measuring apparatus. They had to apply a bit of statistical ‘homogenization’ and sundry dodgy practices, of course, and guess what? The high temperatures for the early period were revised downward and most of the heat waves for that period disappeared accordingly (just like the Mediaeval Warm Period also vanished). There had been more of them in that first half a century than in the subsequent 67 years but that is all changed now and we can see that the rate of heat waves is increasing, because of global warming!

          I expect this is going on all over the world.

          You need to look at the history of the AGW scare as an entity. It fits the collective fantasy pattern. The lately deceased Christopher Booker analysed it very well. Also look at Donna Laframboise’s blog if you haven’t got time for her book. She studied the IPCC. This disgrace of an organization with its ‘100%’ peer reviewed referenced reports is unbelievable.

          There is no uncertainty about AGW, it is quite simply nonsense.

          • Sean Coleman August 16, 2019 at 12:44 pm #

            I am talking about measuring temperatures rather than CO2. The latter has been at much higher levels in the (admittedly distant) past. It is correlated with increased temperatures but lags it rather than precedes it, so that it is far likelier to be the result of (natural) warming than its cause.

          • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 2:50 pm #

            That is my point. I do not know if AGW exists at all. There is something causing ice deterioration, high temps in Alaska, tundra melting. The biggest impact on humanity will be when the flow of the Ganges, Irrawaddy rivers runs low due to no glaciers in the Himalayas.

            What I am suggesting is that instead of a bunch of global warming nuts running around spot checking data that looks favorable to them, both sides sign up to a set of consistent reliable monitor points for air temp, water temps, CO2 levels and sea level. Everything has to be measured to reduce statistical noise, for example sea level being measured at the same sites, same schedules especially tidal times, same dates of the year to eliminate heating and cooling effects and current effects. Anything to eliminate other influences. If the data is reliable and repeatable, then it means something.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 6:59 pm #

            If you want to know why the weather is messed up, do the forbidden and take a look at the PTB and their geoengineering efforts. Dane Wiggington has a science based site examining that crime against humanity.

            But we’ve been indoctrinated with “the narrative” that we are responsible for exhaling too much CO2 and must be taxed into neo-feudalism by the Elite to solve the problem.

          • BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 4:35 pm #

            “Chemtrails, HAARP, and the Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth” – Elana Freeland

        • Uncle Bob August 16, 2019 at 10:01 pm #

          I’m a global skeptic, both because I know the nimrods have been screeching about only having the years left since 1988 (so we should’ve been dead 20 years ago) and several stories revealing the globalists have monkeyed with both climate models and weather data to get the result they want. Still, I don’t advocate that we pollute all we want and use up all natural resources today, as that’s patently stupid. The big question I have is, it this is a global priblem, why aren’t the Chinese and Indians and others told to not pollute, when they’re free to turn their air black while America is blamed for the problem? Also,who’s going to pay for fixing the problem? I have a suspicion the answer is American taxpayers, right about the time the economy implodes.

          • zone45 August 18, 2019 at 5:03 pm #

            Uncle Bob, it seems like things have got caught up into a race to the bottom. Just burn the candle at both ends. More, faster, better, sell, sell, sell. The media, news, internet, smart phones, and all the plastic crap just continually feed the frenzy. It all seems like a science fiction movie with great effects, until the real storm clouds move into your area and you get a blast of Mother Nature. Then the party is over.
            Every week it becomes more transparent, We are a world gone mad. It is about time the adults in the room step up and take some kind of rational control of the situation.

        • Majella August 17, 2019 at 3:12 am #


          So, I’m assuming your issue is not with a dictatorship as such, you just wouldn’t want a ‘socialist’ one?

          The irony is that, If there’s a dictatorship (a real one, not a quasi-deal, conjured duo in the fevered butt-hurt minds of he Right), it’s way more likely to be a Right Wing deal (viz. Gilead)…

          • BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 4:41 pm #

            Reminds us again which group of spectrum-cretins match with the flag of ideology that killed the most people in 20th c?

      • jeff2002 August 16, 2019 at 11:38 am #

        Her main talking point, actually, is ending our trillion-dollar regime change adventures abroad. She should know, since she is a soldier (and in fact at this moment is on Guard service overseas).

        As for the rest, yes, she’s similar to the others. But she’s the only one on that stage talking about the elephant everyone else cares to forget: our nearly two-decade-long eternal wars and what they’re doing to the country, not only abroad but internally.

        • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 11:48 am #

          I’d say ALL US wars after the revolution have been a disaster for the USA.

          • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 11:55 am #

            Also if she said the ‘war[s]’ are for the benefit of Israel, and only for the ‘defense’ industry and Israel, she d disappear faster than, oh, Ron Paul.

            This is what Bibi Netanyahu said while sitting at the head of that private table in Fink’s Bar (transcribed from a secretly recorded audio of Netanyahu at that meeting – words that few Americans, Israelis or others have seen or heard until today):
            “IF WE GET caught, they will just replace us with persons of the same cloth. so, it does not matter what you do. america is a golden calf; and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the world’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control. why? because it is the will of god, and america is big enough to take the hit; so, we can do it again and again and again. this is what we do to countries that we hate. we destroy them very slowly and make them suffer for refusing to be our slaves.” [confirmed by an “attendee” during a debriefing.]

          • Uncle Bob August 16, 2019 at 10:07 pm #

            I dunno. We kind of had to win the War of 1812, or we could’ve returned to the British Empire. Thanks, but no thanks. Also, we got the Southwest by beating Santa Anna, and various colonies/protectorates by beating Spain.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

          Speaking of foreign policy, I seem to have heard something about all the Obama/Clinton State Department emails going to a Chinese “live drop”?
          I don’t know what a live drop is, is the problem; but this did not sound good.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 10:45 am #

      Ho, ho!

      Trump will be the trend setter for the campaign and the Dems better bring some big guns to counter him. He has the bully pulpit. The rally’s he holds outdoes anything the Dems have in their armory. Unless they have someone that can equal his rally appeal. None of the 22 qualify.

      Interesting that one of the most sensible and moderate Dems, Hickenlooper just quit. Smart!

      • Majella August 17, 2019 at 3:16 am #

        Latest poll: tRump at 39% against any Democrat – it’s e thirdly possible the proverbial ham sandwich (indicted, obviously) would win against this syphilitic/dementia infested ‘empty suit’

    • Sean Coleman August 16, 2019 at 12:56 pm #

      “I am interested in knowing how the DNC candidates are going to walk back their insane policy positions taken during the DNC debates once a selection has been made.”

      Why would they go back on it? They seem to believe it all and, unlike the cynical politicians of the past, these utopians are going to deliver! How did Merkel’s lot put it four years ago? Wir schaffen es!

    • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 11:02 pm #

      It is all smoke and mirrors and puppet show.
      Any one elected will follow the master plan.

      Things will continue down that path until it falls apart.

      Kunstler has it right. When the oil fields are near depletion, only the military and the police and emc will have access to the petrol.
      So get a good pair of shoes, cause you will need to walk the walk.

      In the end it may be a healthy life style.

  3. malthuss August 16, 2019 at 10:04 am #

    This is for Janos. It has a surprise, well into the movie

    • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 11:35 am #

      I’m the one who told you about this. This clip doesn’t go into his Anti-Semitism. You have failed me for the last time!

      • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 11:48 am #

        yes it does have clips of him at meetings.
        . It has a surprise, well into the movie…….

  4. John of the West August 16, 2019 at 10:04 am #

    There is another angle to the yin and yang aspect – there is the implication of balance. However, we no longer have balance in our civilization, but an all-out embrace of consumerism, nonstop news, and over-consumption. Like anything that can’t last forever, this is going to fail and possibly sooner than we expect. See for more.

  5. Neon Vincent August 16, 2019 at 10:05 am #

    I always think of the American version of “who reads the papers” from “Yes, Prime Minister” when I think of who reads the New York Times: “The New York Times is read by the people who think they ought to run the country.” In that respect, it’s the mirror of The Guardian in the U.K., which I suspect a lot of New York Times readers like myself also read. As for the yang, I was hoping our host would be referring to Andrew Yang, who has been talking about robot bartenders as an example of automation coming for our jobs. No such luck.

    • Neon Vincent August 16, 2019 at 10:24 am #

      Meanwhile, the 2-year and 10-year yield curve has inverted, sending another recession signal, and GNC has announced that the chain will close 900 stores. The Retail Apocalypse rolls on with a recession in its wake.

      • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 10:52 am #

        I continuously wonder with the downsizing of certain labor pools, retail, assembly and manufacturing, restaurant service people, automated fast food, where are everyone getting the jobs that has pushed the unemployment rates down where they are being bragged on. Especially with the explosion of immigrants we are seeing. Something does not add up.

        • Skylark August 16, 2019 at 11:22 am #

          Touché, it does not add up. Just like before the 2008 crisis, where folks were flipping houses like crazy, and anyone could get a loan: the party was going to go on forever. But something was amiss. I had an uneasy feeling then, and it’s the same one I have now.

          Now the stock market is at record highs, unemployment is at record lows, but it does not add up that the central banks are cutting interest rates. If everything is so great, why do they need to do that? Why not raise taxes to pay off government debt if everything is so great?

          Why do the people I know that are working just barely making it? Hey, everything is great, the unemployment rate is low! What a rigged, phony system, as Robert Reich says…

        • elysianfield August 16, 2019 at 11:48 am #

          “Something does not add up.”


          But it does add up. Immigration has been weaponized in an asymmetrical form of warfare…as have our black population. Janos has often said that we are under assault.

          It is warfare by other means. Consider Europe.

          • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 2:55 pm #

            Regular welfare is obsolete, too damaging, no one wins. You are right, it is warfare and very effective. The EU and is import the ME and Africa is already starting to pay the price of too many worthless immigrants, Germany is going belly up. If they go, EU goes.

  6. JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 10:15 am #

    Speaking of Yin. Look at our two lovely anti-Semitic representatives in the House. Seemingly pissed because Israel would not let them in to bad mouth the State of Israel from the Palestinian side. Then “ a nice guy” in Israel says to Tlaib that she can visit her poor grandmother in the Palestinian area. I am surprised at his gullibility. Then, of course, she would not compromise her “integrity” by making the visit. Gee, what a surprise!

    Why the heck does this venomous duo get such press coverage? We definitely know who the yang is that is in their sights.

    • Tate August 16, 2019 at 10:29 am #

      “Our… representatives”? Neither one is my representative. Look who they represent. But this is just the prelude. More are coming.

    • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 11:38 am #

      Whites aren’t allow to have enemies anymore except other Whites. Jews allow themselves to be natural and recognize enemies. Back when America was strong, the House was full of Racists, right?

      • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 2:57 pm #

        Remember when Byrd was big stuff in the Senate and HRC was a bosom buddy.

        • BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 5:21 pm #

          at least he could fiddle…

    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 12:36 pm #

      If being opposed to the US propping up the State of Israel is anti-semitic, then I am probably much more anti-semitic than these two. And I bad mouth Israel much more strenuously than I’ve ever heard these two do. I despise the Israeli mindset. They don’t want the same standard they judge other nations with to be used on themselves. And they think they have the right to milk the US as much as they want.

      Yeah……..Fuck them.

      I feel strange more or less taking up for half the squad here because I disagree with them on just about everything else they’ve said and done.

      I think I hear Fincaln on Mount Zion coming…..

  7. Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 10:21 am #

    Another insightful and quoteworthy editorial. I would also point out the hypocrisy of the Left, who routinely criticizes Trump as being “divisive” and “hateful” even as they do the same. On that note, I’ll just conclude by saying that if I looked like Gail Collins, I would keep it to myself.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 10:58 am #

      Here is the hypocrisy of the MSM. The Left initiates the discord, over and over. The Dem motto is tell a lie enough times, leak it to the press, tell the lie again then tell the public that it is the truth because see, it is in the papers.

      Trump responds to this BS and is re crucified by the MSM. This has happened over and over since 2016.

      I hope the American public gets wise to this, but I have my doubts. I will continue to monitor the youth to see if they wise up.

      • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 11:59 am #

        Evil men and seducers shall wax [ get or grow ] worse and worse.

  8. newworld August 16, 2019 at 10:27 am #

    I remarked a couple of weeks ago that the Democratic party hence the country had a white women problem. The D-party literally built this Golem and placed our future in the hands of people whose maturity stops at about college sophmore level.

    Good on Israel, just setting the example that we can tell women NO is precedent setting. Now if Israel and it’s ethnic cohort in this country don’t screw it up and they still might we have a chance in this country to get our yin/yang thing together.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 11:00 am #

      No high school level, the college profs are at University sophomore level.

      The juvenile nature of the Deep State is appalling!

    • zone45 August 18, 2019 at 4:37 pm #

      The United States of America has been the greatest experiment in political history and continues to be a superior force in the history of the world. So far, so good, but times change and we may be nearing the end of the run. But who will pick up the slack?
      The thing with the USA is that it is resilient, and quickly adjusts to change. Also quite fearless in the face of adversity. The problem is that we are all running out of time. As the problems pile up they get harder to solve. As JHK tells us, we face an emergency. The reality check will be a hard hit when the shit hits the fan and it remains to be seen who comes out standing. I put my money on the USA to survive the crisis, the people and patriots in this nation will pull it together.
      We are in it for the long run.

  9. teddyboy46 August 16, 2019 at 10:28 am #

    The Race and Gender Hustling of Dem.Libs is as Pathetic as it is obvious. I truly believe that when Trump is reelected in 2020 . That these people will do harm to themselves and others.

    NYS should start Red Flagging these Hysterical Liberials.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:59 am #

      Fredo Cuomo should be the first one.

      • Nightowl August 16, 2019 at 4:31 pm #

        Add all CNN primetime staff. All with that same toothy psychopath smile.

  10. K-Dog August 16, 2019 at 10:30 am #

    The yin of it, the yang of it. Will people ever get the hang of it

    Best I’ll do this morning. I am on my phone. Trying to reach here from the big machine sez server not found. I have content at but saying more with my fat paw is hard.

  11. izzy August 16, 2019 at 10:31 am #

    In this case, it was probably not holy wisdom being whispered on a park bench (or studio couch).

    Considering how many individuals of both biological sexes have become lost in the never-ending hall of mirrors that is contemporary “gender identity” and its associated distinctions, there is plenty of hysteria being displayed from all quarters. Yet there are serious issues underlying much of our social-political-economic distress. What’s happening now is the messy alternative to actually dealing with the real problems. They are still here, and getting bigger by the day.

  12. Travis August 16, 2019 at 10:34 am #

    Just more proof that if either Warren or Harris become President will be indeed fucked. This whole Ferguson thing really riles me up when I think about it, so over the past few years I’ve tried not to think about it. But it is practically a plank in the present Dem Party to say that Michael Brown was “murdered” by a racist white cop. I’m betting Tulsi Gabbard doesn’t believe this, but she can’t dare to disagree with the official plank. (On a side note, I really wish Tulsi would just leave the Dems and go Independent. Why not? She actually has less change of winning within that party because the DNC along with the Presstitutes are committed to sabotaging her at every turn.)

    Over the past handful of years I have been appalled at the number of cops who DO shoot to kill way too quickly. But the Michael Brown case was not one of those incidents. That cop had no other choice but to stop the threat, and lethal force was the only option. That is what Eric Holder concluded as well. Much to his chagrin I’m sure, but I appreciate him at least for not trying to go forward with federal charges anyway. I know Maxine Waters would’ve if she were AG. Perish that thought.

    • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 11:27 am #

      >>> Over the past handful of years I have been appalled at the number of cops who DO shoot to kill way too quickly.

      So am I. But I’m also keenly aware that, more often than not, it is whites on the receiving end.

      The Daniel Shaver shooting really stands out.

      The safest thing to do appears to be to avoid police altogether. If you find one barking orders at you, follow them like your life depends on it. It does. If police are giving you conflicting orders while pointing guns at you, keep your hands high up in the air and don’t move—even if they tell you to move. Just keep your hands raised and wait for them to tackle you or tase the shit out of you. Hopefully they won’t choke-hold you to death in the process.

      • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 11:45 am #

        Yes, then more show up and bark other orders. A feeding frenzy of sharks. Tase, put tape over a person’s mouth, knees on chest, etc. Just hope you aren’t over weight and you heart can hold out.

        The other day someone made the mistake of running and got shot in the back. They aren’t supposed to do that unless the person is overtly dangerous. But I guess that’s passe now too along with all other decency.

        • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 11:59 am #

          Dems routinely claim that the AR-15 is a “weapon of war”, but then fail to explain why it’s OK for civilian police to use such a weapon against an unarmed man with no criminal history crawling on his hands and knees in his undies.

          You can’t have it both ways; if the AR-15 is a weapon of war, then all civilian LEOs need to give them up. If a scenario calls for an AR-15, then we’re obviously at war, at which point let the military handle it. Of course, no military uses the AR-15, but that’s beside the point.

          • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 12:11 pm #

            War assumes a contest.

          • benr August 16, 2019 at 12:38 pm #

            ar-15 < ak-47

          • MC Hammerabi August 17, 2019 at 1:17 am #


        • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 11:43 am #

          “The other day someone made the mistake of running and got shot in the back.”

          Not a mistake if, for example, the suspect is obviously deranged and running towards a group of people who a reasonable man might consider be in danger. Suspect must have the means to carry out the outrage…large stick, broken bottle, knife, or 200+ lbs of throw-weight, etc.

          It’s a judgment thang….

          • Exscotticus August 17, 2019 at 2:10 pm #

            >>> large stick

            I don’t think we want as a general rule that a man carrying a broom running from police can be shot in the back.

            Of course it’s a judgment call. Isn’t everything? Janos’s point is that there seems to be a rather significant number of poor judgment calls.

            Here’s the incident.

            Police claim they found a firearm after they shot him.

            The problem is that police also claim that the victim “reached for a firearm” before the shooting. The claim was disputed by witnesses at the scene and by the body-camera footage.

            The victim did not have any weapon in his hand, and had not shown any weapon when he was shot in the back and killed.

            If this goes to trial, my guess is that the police will win. Why? Because no one will be able to dispute the claim that a gun was found on the victim. And the jury will conclude that the ends justify the means.

  13. Ishabaka August 16, 2019 at 10:44 am #

    All that’s left is for the White female Democrats to hold a Wansee conference, and figure out a final solution for the oppressive patriarchy.

  14. Ron Anselmo August 16, 2019 at 10:50 am #

    “Cis-men whose lived experience includes marriage may be familiar with this stratagem. The prudent men often opt to not engage with the hysteria, which almost invariably amps up the hysteria.”

    Jim, no truer words may have ever been spoken. We’re cornered in a no-win situation, not only on a household level, but on a national level.

    Engage in the yin hysteria and it sucks – choose not to engage in the yin hysteria, and it sucks even worse. Sorry ladies, just telling it like it is. Save your breath, I know, I’m a misogynist. Please.

    Maybe the only way out is through? Who knows?

    Jim, keep up the great writing, appreciated by more than you know.


    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 11:01 am #

      Ron I’ll just say, “Yep!”

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 11:03 am #

      Emotions vs. rationality. The battle of DC.

      • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 12:10 pm #

        I prefer a 5% emotive to 95% rational blend—as we blend metals to make a good sword!

    • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 11:48 am #

      Men must rule. It’s that simple.

      Women are often very rational when it comes to efficient shopping or ordering their lives. But this ability seldom translates to politics. One of the mysteries of the fallen nature.

      It’s too late for this America. But if there is a 2.0, they must never be allowed the franchise.

      • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:56 am #

        Yes, Janos, because men have done such a splendid job.

        • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 12:14 pm #

          Compared to what?

          • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 12:20 pm #

            Compared to the perceived notion of how women would rule, I guess.
            Hillary was never actually president, people shouldn’t use her as an example.

          • messianicdruid August 16, 2019 at 12:28 pm #

            But you could use her performance in lower office, as we do with all candidates.

      • Gonga Din August 16, 2019 at 11:59 am #

        Epitaph for the USA: “I’m with her”. When the demographics of the country is majority non-whithe, cis-white families will be “white supremicists”, Fascists, Nazis, etc.

      • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 12:26 pm #

        Janos, every time you make these sweeping generalizations, and every time someone comes up with an irrefutable exception to your rule, you just dismiss it. But it only takes one exception for your house of cards logic to fall.

        Margaret Thatcher.

        And down your house goes.

        • Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 12:34 pm #

          Thatcher – a monster who did not even believe in society. It’s all just individuals with the state as the enforcer of contracts. As such, why not cheat if one can get away with it? There’s nothing there whatsoever…..

          What’s her name in Burma. A real champion of the People against both the Old Enemy (the Junta) and the new Enemies – the Muslims and their Western enablers.

          My personal innovation: I would allow women to run for office, but not vote. There are a few good ones. Men get to decide who they are, not the average hysterical or silly true believing weaker vessel.

        • Travis August 16, 2019 at 12:44 pm #

          You really want to stake your claim on Thatcher? Lol… Yeah, she was tough. Often times too tough just to show the men she could be. Which I’m sure Hillary would’ve done too if she had become Prez.

          History is proving that all in all Thatcher was not even close to greatness. I’ll have to go with Janos here. She was a monster.

          • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

            Links? Examples of her failed leadership? And please provide your standard of measure. Tell me which man is the measure? For such a “monster”, she was elected over and over—the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century.

          • Travis August 16, 2019 at 1:54 pm #

            A monster can be a very successful politician and serve a long time. Duh!

            I’m not providing links because that’s just futile. It won’t change your mind anyway. And I don’t care to change your mind. Not worth the time or effort.

            We all give our opinions here. Like them, hate them, or ignore them.

            Really though… actually did the “Links?” mantra. How millennial of you.

          • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 3:04 pm #

            >>> A monster can be a very successful politician and serve a long time. Duh!

            LOL. To sum up…

            Janos: Women are irrational; can’t be leaders.

            Exscotticus: Margaret Thatcher.

            Tate: A monster. But also a very successful politician. But not even close to greatness. I can’t tell you who is.

          • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 3:58 am #

            He has forged the links of his own slave chain, just like Scrooge. Scrooge had one Master – Gold. Ex has two Gold and Women.

          • Tate August 17, 2019 at 5:48 pm #

            You’re confusing me with Travis, Ex.

          • Exscotticus August 17, 2019 at 6:21 pm #

            >>> You’re confusing me with Travis, Ex.

            I did indeed. Sorry about that!

      • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 7:06 pm #

        It sounds like Janos would love “The Handmaid’s Tale” as an uplifting story of how an ideal society should be structured.

        • Tate August 16, 2019 at 9:37 pm #

          One of the worst things that ever happened to our society was allowing women the vote. But then one of the worst things that ever happened to our society was allowing (most) men the vote. In order to vote, a man (or woman) should be about 35 years old, be married, have held a job for ten years at minimum, & be able to pass a basic literacy test.

          • Tate August 17, 2019 at 5:47 pm #

            Very bourgie I admit. Maybe holding a job shouldn’t be a qualification? I don’t know.

      • AKlein August 17, 2019 at 6:23 am #

        Janos, I’ve often remarked that women simply do not understand, as in the more earthy word “get”, the rule of law. I suspect they lack the brain-wiring.They do not grasp the observable fact that without the rule of law, and all of its corollaries, the universe will fly apart. And that, metaphorically, is what is currently happening.

        • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 9:50 am #

          Example: forget enforcing any semblance of immigration law. Let us be loving and nurturing and press to our tender bosoms the huddled masses, wiping away their tears. Why count the cost? We have limitless resources. Let them come in their hundreds of millions.

          • DarkMatter August 17, 2019 at 5:50 pm #

            A friend said of he and his wife that she was good at tactical but he was better at strategic. I find this generalization generally holds for men and women. Your example illustrates this well.

  15. Luhrenloup August 16, 2019 at 11:00 am #

    This is the hysteria before the impending crash. We all know it’s coming, but most prefer other topics for discussion. Donald Trump was elected because the country is going bankrupt. Let’s make America great again. Well, let’s not! No sense discussing something that can’t be fixed unless the whole system is chucked and many heads need to roll.
    It is always, always, about the money. Epstein was offed in some GLOBAL money and power scheme. It was not about pedophilia, the victims, exposing the elites, they were merely the napkin after dinner. Presently, we are swiftly moving into another recession, but hey, we’ve protected the ladies from being harassed by Placido Domingo!

    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 11:05 am #

      I’m glad you mentioned Epstein here because I want to share this bizarre story regarding his notorious madam/accomplice. Alleged, of course.

      “Maxwell, 57, the alleged madam to the multimillionaire pedophile, was scarfing down a burger, fries and shake al fresco at an In-N-Out Burger on Monday while reading “The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives,” a nonfiction best seller by journalist Ted Gup.

      Sitting alone with a pet pooch, she was surprised to be found and told an onlooker, “Well, I guess this is the last time I’ll be eating here!” ”

      The symbolism of eating at an “In-N-Out” Burger is just hilarious. And that book? Wow!

      • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 12:48 pm #

        They had her pic in the NYPost, not a bad looking woman for her age (57 I believe)

        • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 9:53 am #

          Drinking children’s blood is a remarkable rejuvenator.

          • Travis August 18, 2019 at 10:04 am #

            Yep. I’m sure she’s partaken of quite a few ounces in her twisted, sociopath driven life.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 11:08 am #

      It is about pedophilia, and drugs, and trafficking and guns. That is what is keeping the globalist boys afloat.

      Trump has had some success manning up some anti smuggling activity and the world markets decline a bit . Surprise, Germany is in trouble and they carry the EU on their shoulders. Hong Kong is getting restive with the declines in the Asian economies. The globalists are getting nervous.

      And rightfully so!

      • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:53 am #

        The Epstein story and the desperation by some of our highest-ranking politicians to keep that border wide open at all costs, are related.
        That’s why Epstein is dead.
        The article I’ve linked to bolsters my assertions that The Border is The Mother Of All Rackets.
        Humanitarianism has nothing to do with it.

      • Luhrenloup August 16, 2019 at 9:05 pm #

        You are wrong, John. It is not about pedophilia, drugs, etc. Some folks like beer, sporting events on tv and Pornhub, others prefer white wine, the museum and a clandestine passionate affair. As Barbra said about Michael Jackson’s pedophilia, “His sexual needs were his sexual needs.” This show starring Mr. Epstein’s predilections is put on mostly for our benefit. People get upset, mostly because the victims are never the elites own children. These shows keep the folk quiet for a bit, keeping at bay what is really happening. It is always and only money, resources, at bottom that is firing the engine.
        Isn’t it thrilling to think of someone with the power to walk into a an American federal prison, go up to the cell and murder the man who is the top story in the world’s MSM? Worth 5 stars! Was the warden in on it, the guards? Was a meeting held before the murder to coordinate their moves? We are sucked into their stupid, empty lives, but we’re never told the truth about the money.
        For now, Mr. Epstein has used up his 15 minutes and we have no idea what was happening behind the scenes, and the show’s diversionary target is never exposed. Show’s over. Nothing to see here; move on.
        Given the democratic candidates stature, they are bound to provide us with something nasty soon enough.
        The Trump election gives indication that the people are not buying the story anymore.

  16. libertysghost August 16, 2019 at 11:16 am #

    Somewhat surprised JHK didn’t go one step further, saying “the Yin and the yang in the US is currently ‘separated’, needing ‘some time apart’…but all signs point to it ending in full and violent divorce played out in a civil war rather than in civil court.” That’s the complete analogy.

    That such obvious race baiting just passes without any notice (or at least reference…for obvious reasons) by the legacy mockingbird press, just further demonstrates their corrupt bias and “fake-ness”.

    How any intelligent group could assume nobody in fly-over land notices these things is becoming impossibly to explain without including some label in reference to a mass pathology. They hand the keys to the kingdom to Trump…on a golden golem worthy platter…every time they do this (which now has become every second of every moment of every day). His adversaries are clearly more dangerous than even he is.

  17. Walter B August 16, 2019 at 11:22 am #

    I think you read the Times’ new motto incorrectly Jim. I believe that it says “The truth is worth Shit”. Yup. that’s it much more accurate too, at least by their standards.

    • benr August 16, 2019 at 12:42 pm #

      “we choose truth over facts.” Joe Biden

  18. Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:27 am #

    We white women support Trump in yuge numbers.
    I don’t know why so many are trying to negate our lived experiences.

    BTW, that “trans” bs is male supremacy.

    The mistake here is equating American “liberal” women with women.

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:35 pm #

      Just when I was getting accustomed to the “tranny” label, they change it up again. I kinda liked it the way it was. Maybe Trump should change it back?

  19. K-Dog August 16, 2019 at 11:34 am #

    Try reading the torture Trump article. ‘All the news that is fit to print.

    Behind a paywall. In America that is the way it goes. The classes draw ever apart and the upper 10 percent now screws everybody else. Their stratospheric wages now easily double the national average.

    The blank screen at the Times asks you to sign up. It really says says the info is not fit for print. For you. Unless you pay.

    A work of the have-it-alls who copy everyone above them. Caricatures of real life these masters of the flyover people. Flown over people who now don’t matter any more than a polar bear does so convinced their betters are with the power of their magic media.

    Entertained to death masses fight with mad vigor to keep the oppression going on. The media machine works . Everyone still eats. The familiar comforts so well and the alternative requires thought. Thinking is a skill that has not been taught in America for many years now.

    Lead by a 1% some of whom toy with the idea that they can put their soul into a computer chip and live forever. An even more deluded belief that being OK with wanting to live your life by proxy over a video screen. Rather than address the lunacy of this singularity, the time has come to let such out of touch lunatics know that as long as there are people around; a computer with their chip in it will be found. The smoke will be let out.

    The sin and the shame of it. There will be consequences. Right after fracking fails in fact; if not before.

  20. Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:41 am #

    Funny that divorce is mentioned.
    Someone close to me is embroiled in a divorce, and the “other woman” is a pussy hat wearing ‘feminist’ working for one of those not-for-profits that allegedly has helping women as its mission, but in reality the women they help are the ones making big salaries while attending events and having their pictures taken.
    The pro-woman stance evidently does not extend to not pretending to be another woman’s friend while making a play for her husband.
    Sorry for getting so personal, but I believe it has larger societal relevancy, because this is how these people are, and this is how they think.

    • Majella August 16, 2019 at 4:59 pm #

      Beryl, that case is just plain out-and out personal hypocrisy.

      • Tate August 16, 2019 at 9:49 pm #

        Really? Has marriage somehow become a ‘sacred institution’ to the Left? When they don’t even believe in the institution of marriage? LOL. The ‘feminists’ who can, will steal another woman’s man. The ones who can’t are the only committed ones, because they have no other choice.

        • Majella August 17, 2019 at 3:22 am #

          Seriously Tate? This isn’t about ‘feminism’ or even ‘sisterhood’. The woman mentioned simply behaved like a selfish asshole. Everything else is irrelevant.

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:04 am #

            Yes, it’s good to de-link bad personal behavior from political ideology. Yet somehow every mass shooter is linked to Trump , even the ones who are avowed socialists. Every neo-Nazi is linked to Trump by the MSM, even though the President denounces racism and extremism.

            So rather than de-linking bad personal behavior from politics, the MSM invents connections where none exist – when it suits their agenda.

  21. tractorguy August 16, 2019 at 11:43 am #

    Our esteeemed mayor-cum-presidential candidate Pete Buttbuddy is circulating the same racial BS after one of our police officers shot a knife-wielding attacker with a lengthy rap sheet a month ago. Of course it’s the cop’s fault. His national-level proclamations about how its the fault of the police are really not going over well with our local officers……… go figure.

    • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 11:54 am #

      Isn’t it the mayor’s fault if the police department isn’t running as it should?

      • Travis August 16, 2019 at 12:22 pm #

        Depends on what kind of city governmental structure his city has. A lot of cities, like Austin here, have a City Manager that serves as the direct boss over the Chief of Police and other agency heads. Power to hire and fire, and so forth. But, the Mayor and other council members hire the City Manager and can fire him, or her. But it’s easier said than done to fire a CM just for being lousy because the contracts are such that the city has to pay a hefty monetary severance package, unless it can be proven that the CM committed a serious offense that violated the terms of the contract.

        • Beryl of Oyl August 16, 2019 at 12:29 pm #

          So he’s impotent at home, perhaps, but he still wants to work his particular brand of magic on the national level?

          • Travis August 16, 2019 at 12:57 pm #

            Well everyone who runs for President thinks they have a particular brand of magic. But it’s just that each one has their own flavor of narcissism.

            A Mayor with a City Manager style of government isn’t necessarily “impotent”. Some Mayors hold the Manager’s feet to the fire. Some are content to just let the Manager take the blame for political cover. I’m seen both types here in my city. I don’t know exactly how this guy operated. But I certainly don’t want him to be President regardless. Especially since he’s a Naval Spook. We have enough Spooks running things as it is.

    • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 11:57 am #

      Voters elected him.
      He is disgusting, but he was elected.

    • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 12:41 pm #

      Mayor Buttplug may be an excellent compromise candidate for the Dems, however. Jim states the Dems are having trouble fielding an adequate male candidate. Well, Pete looks like a male, almost. He can fill the bill, and most likely will garner support from anyone who bristles at the prospect of listening to schoolmarmish lectures on tolerance and diversity for 4 years from pres Liz Warren. I’ve already advised Mayor Pete to change his name to Mayor Pedro, for obvious reasons. A bigger problem for Mayor Pedro is that he has 0 support from blacks, who don’t like queers, ‘specially honky queers. Also there’s the matter of South Bend police shooting a black man who threatened them with a knife. Pete was out of town when the incident happened, which didn’t go over too good with ‘The Community’. “Our people are being shot, and you are in SCarolina telling people all lives matter”, they shouted at him at a town meeting. It seems like in SBend, Indiana anyway, Democrat BS rhetoric has run into hard reality.


  22. montsegur August 16, 2019 at 12:24 pm #

    ” sounds suspiciously like The Ends Justify the Means

    For some conservatives, The Ends Justify the Memes … and The Left is so eaten up with a bitter sense of imagined righteousness that they can’t create effective memes at all.


    • Nightowl August 16, 2019 at 4:54 pm #

      The actual term used among the “journalists” referred to in this entry is “accountability journalism,” which translates to journalists reporting events in the way they think is morally proper, facts be damned.

      Use of the term coincided with Obama legalizing the use of domestic propaganda in the United States shortly before he left office.

  23. Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 12:28 pm #

    Jim, Jim, Jim…

    For starters, I’d suggest you stop paying attention to the NYTs. Ditto the WaPo should go without saying as well. They’re little more than official Deep State propaganda organs these days. Then might wanna consider ignoring all the current electioneering bullshit as well. It’s meant to literally drive people insane (obviously!) and has no bearing on the eventual actual running of this country anyway, which all happens conveniently out of sight by un-elected “responsible people” who “know what’s best for us.”

    Like me, you’re starting to get up there in years a bit now. Might be time to relax a bit and enjoy the shit show. Let the kids do what they’re gonna do anyway with the fucked up mess we’ve handed them. Getting worked up about it ain’t gonna fix anything, although it definitely will make your remaining days much less enjoyable and might even cut them short too. Definitely not worth it in the end.


    Cue The Finc with another alcohol bong infused, long-winded, incomprehensible, theoretical and very likely autistic anti-HRC diatribe…

    • K-Dog August 16, 2019 at 12:50 pm #

      They’re little more than official Deep State propaganda organs these days.” Been true for decades and we know that is not the only way they can piss on your leg. More truth overall with those rags but their lies are whoppers and always dammingly well played.

      Might be time to relax a bit and enjoy the shit show.

      That passes for wisdom pretty well. Very WaPo/Times-ish. But you are el Diablo and want people to be passive and you tell people who don’t move to sit still.

      Getting worked up about it could be a fuck of a lot of fun. Did you think of that?

      • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 2:51 pm #

        Well then, by all means, have some fun! You dogs always did like run and fetch games.

  24. Janos Skorenzy August 16, 2019 at 12:46 pm #

    The Hill

    Democratic presidential candidate and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang said during his recent visit to Iowa that he’d challenge President Trump “to any physical or mental feat under the sun,” adding: “I mean, gosh, what could that guy beat me at, being a slob?“

    Yang made the remarks, which have recently begun to pick up traction online, at the Iowa State Fair this past weekend.

    Footage of the moment carried by ABC News also shows the presidential candidate saying, “Like, what could Donald Trump possibly be better than me at? An eating contest?”

    “Like something that involved trying to keep something on the ground and having really large body mass? Like, if there was a hot-air balloon that was rising and you needed to try and keep it on the ground, he would be better than me at that,” Yang continued. “Because he is so fat.”…

    “No one wants a president who doesn’t seem like they can run a mile,” he went on, adding, “I don’t think Donald Trump could run a mile … what does he weigh? Like 280? I say he like passes out at like the quarter-mile mark.”

    JS: Andrew Yang has hit on a winning strategy. He needs to tear off his shirt and start doing push ups. Show up in front of cameras in a track suit, etc. We’ll do the rest. We’ll meme Trump into oblivion. Our Kung Fu is strong. Just keep mentioning Whites and we’re with you. No one else will. Ridiculous? Of course. All of it. It’s Clown World and we’ll pick you as our Clown if you play ball.

    • K-Dog August 16, 2019 at 12:53 pm #

      I don’t think he has the yin for it.

    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 1:02 pm #

      Because of the Trump effect Yang is actually very smart to take this tack. This is how you get attention as a candidate. He’s playing Trump’s own game here.

      Trump will of course be responding. Lol…

      Oh shit….Yeah like ‘Ol Scratch said, might as well enjoy the shit show.

    • Q. Shtik August 16, 2019 at 5:07 pm #

      Like, what could Donald Trump possibly be better than me at? An eating contest?”

      Likesomething that involved trying to keep something on the ground and having really large body mass? Like, if there was a hot-air balloon that was rising and you needed to try and keep it on the ground, he would be better than me at that,” Yang continued. “Because he is so fat.”…

      “No one wants a president who doesn’t seem like they can run a mile,” he went on, adding, “I don’t think Donald Trump could run a mile … what does he weigh? Like 280? I say he like passes out at like the quarter-mile mark.” Janos quoting Yang


      I don’t vote but if I did I could NEVER vote for a guy that talks like this. My own son Thom talks like this. Like he inserts several likes in likeevery sentence. It like drives me crazy. Have never been able to like brake him of this habit.

      But, in all truth, the average voter will have like no problem with this kind of talk. They all like talk this way too.

      Also for “better than me at” I recommend “better at than me.”

  25. Billy Hill August 16, 2019 at 1:01 pm #

    “The Truth is Worth It” Surely you jest? Is this the NYT answer to Pontius Pilate?

    Whatever happened to Jussie Smollett? Has he gone down the same memory hole as Michael Brown?

    Or dare I dredge up Tawana Brawley? Ah yes, good old Tawana. Even back then the NYT published the Truth of the matter: no less an authority than Henry Louis Gates published a Times Op-Ed stating that the Tawana story represented “symbolic” Truth.

    No kidding.

    Truth is a quantum phenomenon.

  26. BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 1:57 pm #

    “Its queer how out of touch with truth women are. They live in a world of there own, and there had never been anything like it, and never can be. It is too beautiful altogether, and if they were to set it up (civilization) it would go to pieces before the first sunset. Some counfounded fact we men have been living with contentedly ever since the day of creation would start up and knock the whole thing over” — Joseph Conrad, The Heart of Darkness

  27. Robert White August 16, 2019 at 2:09 pm #

    Senator Warren will likely be voted in as next POTUS given Cheeto’s mishandling of the Federal Reserve Chair independence & autonomy. The Duck & twitterverse will undo Republican seat dominance. Democrats have had enough of the fixation on the DOW & S&P.

    Time to get real again and lose the temper tantrum manchild in the White House.

    808 pt drop in DOW is indication enough that the bellicose Orange one has reached his best before date.


    • malthuss August 16, 2019 at 2:23 pm #

      DJIA is a bad joke. It shows how the 1% are in control.
      Warren would be worse. May she go to hell.

      • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 2:45 pm #

        That’s a little harsh, Malth.

        The comic possibilities of such a presidency are deep, ‘specially when she’s has to go toe to toe with hard men like Putin, Xi and Little Kim. I doubt they’ll be impressed because they are dealing with “the first woman president”. They’ll press their advantage, maybe play a game of chicken. Warren’s schoolmarm schtik may get her elected president, but how will she play on the world stage? She already stated she will open the borders and eliminate ICE, but I wonder if there will be a ‘femine foreign policy’ like Sweden has.


        • The New York Times ran a front page article on a growing consensus view among observers that Warren can’t win

          • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:46 pm #

            Way too east coast elite school marmy to go head to head with Trump. She’ll be exactly right on all the facts but exactly wrong in the presentation. The rabble will never support her.

          • Majella August 16, 2019 at 5:08 pm #

            Where’ve YOU been, Li’l Debbie?

        • Majella August 16, 2019 at 5:09 pm #

          Hmm. Do you actually believe that Putin, Xi and Kim are IMPRESSED by Trump?

          • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 5:46 pm #

            Yep, some one who does not put up with their political shenanigans like all his predecessor have. It is notable that all three are trying to put off any progress to see if the US elects another chickenshit Democrat in 2020. I would do the same thing if I were them.

          • JimInFlorida August 17, 2019 at 9:46 am #

            Putin, Xi, and Kim are probably more impressed that Trump is able to speak freely and do what he’s done DESPITE the political aggression of THE TRIBE and its malignant allies in Congress and Leftist NGO’s.

            Trump’s deference to Israel and Netanhayu is probably the only reason he hasn’t been murdered or impeached and removed from office.

            Also interesting that Israel is encouraged to have strong borders and tight control over who comes in but, America is the world’s toilet. That obnoxious plaque on the Statue of Liberty that tells the world to unload its dead weight upon us also reveals the Tribal nature of the author (Emma Lazarus).

            The ones who scream the loudest to bring the 3rd World in also happen to be of The Tribe. A demographic infamous for its false charity i.e. giving away what does not belong to it and has no right to give away. All while claiming charity points from their peers in the [reverb on] MEDIA. [reverb off]

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 2:53 pm #

      RW, you just know that ain’t never gonna happen. C’mon now, come clean with it. The US ain’t even begun to free fall yet. I think Trump’s just getting warmed up.

      • Robert White August 16, 2019 at 4:40 pm #

        VIX is going to go crazy real soon, Scratch. When Trump starts to panic and go nuts on twittersphere telegraphing his insecurities every five minutes the markets will tank right out just as they did when he prompted Chair Powell to cut rates again instead of standing pat where he should have stood had he had independence & autonomy. As it stands every day trader on the face of planet Earth now knows that three rate cuts are slated because of elections alone. And don’t forget that I did not even mention the monetary heroin junkies freaking out for their next Junkie Put fix.

        By October Wall Street will be wondering how they signed on to another round of Lehman moments.

        This next slope down on the ever present Hegelian Death Spiral will be a doozy for sure, Scratch.

        Mark my words, buddy.


        • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:43 pm #

          We LOVES us some drama down here, RW! The Wall St boys will figure it all out soon enough. No doubt make a bundle off it too!

          • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 5:43 pm #

            That is correct.

        • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 5:52 pm #

          This will never happen. How do I know? Because he does not pay any attention to the tripe that his critics come up with and keeps things on his steady course. The MSM and the DNC can go to hell.

          Look at the real economy, where are the banks in trouble, beyond their means. Nowhere. And the market will be back in less than two weeks after chicken littles like you get out.

    • Nightowl August 16, 2019 at 4:50 pm #

      Warren will never live down Pocahontas.

      Orange man bad is not an argument.

      • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 5:52 pm #

        Yeah, Warren speaks with forked tongue.

    • Q. Shtik August 16, 2019 at 5:31 pm #

      Just to clarify, on a closing basis the Dow dropped 800.49 on Wednesday, not 808.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 5:43 pm #

      Sure am glad you are not my stockbroker. The Dow Jones has done this so many times in the forty years I have benefitted from it. People always overreact to any new uncertain news and then buy back the market. The real neat thing is folks that stick with it through ups and downs make lots of money.

      Market has recovered 60% of the 808.

  28. RIB August 16, 2019 at 2:45 pm #

    Way too much yin

  29. jerrydylan August 16, 2019 at 3:12 pm #

    More blacks will die from diabetes by a factor of 10,000 than white folks shooting at them. The average African American I see (not the 1/10 of 1 % playing in the NBA or NFL) is overweight, morbidly in many cases. I think the number is 30% of the AA population in the USA is either diabetic or pre-diabetic. The kidneys stop working, circulation becomes negligible. I see some 40 year old women who have to ride in those scooters at WalMart to pick up some Sprite and Vanilla Wafers for dinner.

  30. Whoopdy-Do August 16, 2019 at 3:26 pm #

    10 or 12 years ago when I first started following this site, JHK struck me as pretty solidly Democrat. I wouldn’t say he’s a libertarian yet, but I find it gratifying to find even an Obama voter recognizing that the Democrat Party has gone completely off the rails.

  31. The New York Times is indispensable. I have not been looking at any internet or other media for the last month and a half (being out of my mind and body on a wilderness journey), but pleased to see it is exactly where it should be, the center of gravity in the rarefied world of print journalism.

    Its editorial staff is completely transparent. Its viewpoint is never ambiguous. The ranks of its columnists form a comfortable spectrum of good and bad, boring and interesting, inane and thoughtful. Its editorial staff deserves credit for attracting prestigious and far-out guest commentaries.

    Its reportage is best-in-class. International coverage is excellent. While the NYT frames its editorial-board views in clearly opinionated terms, its feature reporting is relatively objective, deeply researched, and in broad terms excellently produced, graphically and textually, and in its online efforts, second to none, and its stock price reflects its position as survivor of the economic and socially-driven contraction of legacy print media. Its platform attracts the best art and writing, for every topic.

    The New York City point of view is largely anachronistic to much of the country. Who cares about musical theatre? Does anyone in America relate to Art History? For that matter, the quarterly Mutual Fund and ETF report? Or T Magazine featuring High Fashion art concepts? Whole sections devoted to the City’s Real Estate?

    The demographics of New York City are very different from the rest of the country and it would be disingenuous to pretend that New York doesn’t consider itself above and apart from the rest of the country, if not the world. It acts in good faith to cover the minutiae of life in far-flung America, while maintaining exceptionally deep coverage in its foreign bureaus, but does so from its geographical position at the center of global finance, politics, and culture. That is not pretense. It is just a fact.

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 3:57 pm #

      More spewage from the diabetic left. I hope you’re at least paying Jim an advertising fee for being allowed to post this nonsense. NYC is a soo-ahh.

      • You’ve been exposed to toxic AVGAS vapors. This damage is permanent, unfortunately. Lead is a potent neurotoxin.

        • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:25 pm #

          Nope. Just clean living out west here. No sugar snacks neither.

          • tucsonspur August 16, 2019 at 6:13 pm #

            Saddle up! Don’t be afraid of the NYT! I know you can outsmart the rattlesnakes.

            “Oh, give me land, lots of land under starry skies above
            Don’t fence me in
            Let me ride through the wide open country that I love
            Don’t fence me in

            Let me be by myself in the evenin’ breeze
            And listen to the murmur of the cottonwood trees
            Send me off forever but I ask you please
            Don’t fence me in

            Just turn me loose, let me straddle my old saddle
            Underneath the western skies
            On my Cayuse, let me wander over yonder
            Till I see the mountains rise

            I want to ride to the ridge where the west commences
            And gaze at the moon till I lose my senses
            And I can’t look at hovels and I can’t stand fences
            Don’t fence me in”

            “… So I look like a walking mountain range
            And I’m gonna ride into Omaha on a horse
            Out to the country club and the golf course.
            Carry the New York Times, shoot a few holes, blow their minds.…” BD

        • Nightowl August 16, 2019 at 4:43 pm #

          I’ve lived in multiple countries, in both major cultural centers and more rural settings. Currently in Germany.

          I can say without one shred of doubt that NYC is one of the filthiest holes I have ever spent time in. Grew up in Upstate NY and DC, so have been serveral times.

          You could not pay me to live there. Dirty, full of assholes, and is nearly devoid of culture. In NYC, people worship money.

          • tucsonspur August 16, 2019 at 5:56 pm #

            Native Noo Yawker here, born in Brooklyn, raised in the city of Superlatives.

            It seems that you have found that rarity of rarities, the one sided coin. New York still has much to offer.

            If it wasn’t for all the diversity and multicorruptualism, NY would be a much cleaner place. Got a lot better under Giuliani. Now it’s de Blasio, another Democratic blight on another city, and more of the unsavory, more of the unclean.

          • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 7:24 pm #


            Did you give up US citizenship?

            If not, is there a limit on the time you can remain in Germany?

          • Tate August 16, 2019 at 10:04 pm #

            Second your opinion Nightowl. I can’t stand that place for more than three days. It exists on an inhuman scale. That’s the main problem. Human beings were not intended to live like that.

          • Nightowl August 17, 2019 at 5:30 am #


            I still have citizenship. See no reason to give it up (other than to save myself the hassle of doing a tax return every year).

            I have an unlimited residence permit in Germany. Entered using a std. tourist visa and then applied for the residence permit. Am married to a German so getting the permit was not difficult. Had I not been married, I would have needed a job offer from an employer to stay any longer than 3 months.

          • Tate August 17, 2019 at 12:40 pm #

            From the Land of ‘Not Nice’ comes a story in the New York Post about a wannabe slumlord who carved out tiny living units within his modest condo in ‘Being John Malkovich’ style 1/2 floor like apartments with ceilings as low as 4 1/2 ft. Leave it to a Chinaman, one Xue Ping Ni, to innovate in this way, by exploiting tenants on the Lower East Side (Chinatown, presumably). The place was raided by inspectors from the city Buildings Department & quickly shut down.

            Another example of “our strength” it appears. The Chinese are especially flagrant abusers of us gullible Whites, flouting our rules of ‘unearned privilege’ to a loser’s wailing refrain of “nothing can be done to stop this.”

            The article, which is linked to below, didn’t specify whether the units were rented out to a medley of peoples or exclusively to other chinese, who have been known in the past to not exactly mind being crammed cheek-to-jowl alongside their co-ethnics. Probably the latter. One can imagine the confusion & general chaos resulting from renting to vibrant enrichers from the four corners of the globe, especially from the tribalist sub-equatorial regions.


    • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 3:59 pm #

      >>> The New York Times is indispensable. I have not been looking at any internet or other media for the last month and a half (being out of my mind and body on a wilderness journey)

      Dude you don’t need to use the NYT for toilet paper while camping. It’s perfectly OK to just bring a role of Charmin. But I certainly understand and respect why it is that when you think—”Shit!”—you reach for the Times…

      • Too many corners and out of the way places in America sadly littered with loose toilet paper.

        When digging a cathole it is recommended to go at least 12 inches deep and leave a copy of the Times for the next guy.

        • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:28 pm #

          That thar’s kinda funny at least. Good work. Maybe your blood sugar’s stabilizing now?

        • EvelynV August 16, 2019 at 4:30 pm #

          It is NOT recommended to go that deep. 6 inches more like it. Too deep and you go beyond the bacteria that hastens the decomposition. Unless of course your intention is to Preserve the growlers you plan to drop into the hole.

          * * *

          As for the NYT – hate to disagree with you but it pretty much savaged itself by going all in for Hillary and also fueling the Russian hysteria.

          Having a roof replaced. Watching the legal Mexicans who are doing the job adds fuel to my loathing for Trump who mischaracterizes those great hardworking people who are invariably friendly and polite.

          Several years ago my personal residence was re-roofed by Mexicans who did and incredible job in exactly one day and a few hours the following day. When finished not a single scrap of evidence a shake roof had been removed, and underlying wood shingle roof had been removed, and 120 sheets of plywood sheathing applied before the new composition roof put on.

          Meanwhile, about a month before my neighbor had had his smaller roof replaced requiring far less work. The crew doing the job were all white workers who played loud music, swore like sailors loudly enough they could be heard three houses away, and it took them a week to finish the job.

          • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 4:43 pm #

            >>> As for the NYT – hate to disagree with you but it pretty much savaged itself by going all in for Hillary and also fueling the Russian hysteria.

            Don’t forget Sarah Jeong.

          • Nightowl August 16, 2019 at 4:46 pm #

            Don’t forget that the paper’s publisher wrote an op-ed after Trump’s election “rededicating the paper to truthful journalism,” after getting caught publishing a slew of phony stories.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 8:14 pm #

            Sounds like you’re a white liberal with too much money. (Oh God, how we need to tax you people so much more!) You want cheap, docile workers. That’s why you of the country club set have always favored open borders – to impose sub living wages on working class people of all pigmentations.

            Oh for shame, Evelyn! You might have fooled yourself into thinking it’s all about altruism for those poor undocumented immigrants; but it’s all about exploiting them, you white privileged elitist!

            Apologies Evelyn, the preceding was not me; I was just channeling my inner AOC.

          • EvelynV August 16, 2019 at 8:32 pm #

            hmuller – a 6 inch deep hole needs to be dug for your droppings.

            The trades are desperate for young people willing to get into the kind of work that dirties their hands and the US fertility rate will eventually strip us of all but old coots such as yourself. A little more love and a lot less hate might extend our survival as a culture for a little longer.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 9:04 pm #

            Oh Eveltn, now I feel justly flogged by society’s true creme de la creme. If “a little more love is needed”; I’ve certainly never seen it in your writing. LOL. Girl, why you take it all so serious! But I will respond without a single insult or cheap shot.

            You raise some good points.

            Why do inner city minority youth have so little interest in learning trades? ( I risk being severely vilified to even suggest those kids need to change their values, behaviors, and attitudes.)

            Why are fertility rates way down and sperm counts at less than half of what they were 60 years ago? Could someone – we shall not name – be engineering our environment to decrease population. Aren’t you left-wingers always saying population reduction is a good thing? Now you seem to be saying it’s not. I’m confused.

          • sophia August 16, 2019 at 9:53 pm #

            It is a common misconception that controlling our border as any normal country should means that the people on the other side are vilified. I agree with you that Mexicans are wonderful people.

          • EvelynV August 16, 2019 at 10:11 pm #


            I suspect if school budgets weren’t stripped of classes that taught industrial skills as well as also stripping out arts, crafts, music etc, a more wholesome for society version of education would occur to the benefit of all. The mentality that every kid should be able to attend college regardless their aptitude for advanced academics is a contributor to our national downfall.

            You can put all the blame you feel comfortable about doing on the so called libruls but from where I view things the republicans have been throwing so much sand in everyone’s eyes by focusing attention on their hypocritical concerns about family values and the importance of devoting all of our available resources to enriching the already disgustingly rich by keeping the military machine well fed etc., ensuring that the moguls in charge of the medical/health care apparatus stay fat, that as many regulations as possible are eliminated to grease the skids for maximum profits etc.

            I recently finished reading a book about possibly our greatest president ever and poor Teddy must be writhing in his grave seeing what a horrible degradation his party has become mostly responsible for.

            As for the world wide decline in fertility I’d start with having a hard look at Monsanto and god knows what other mindlessly irresponsible enterprises.

          • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 10:50 pm #

            Nice answer, Evelyn.

            Just to be clear, don’t confuse me with Exscot, a Reagan Republican, who probably scoffs at every conspiracy theory and loves the elitist structure of our society just the way it is.

            I think the elitists across the board have totally fucked up our society and planet. And that doesn’t include just conservative Republicans, there are plenty of left-wing Media elite and billionaire contributors to the DNC.

            I believe the vast majority of the Elite live in a world of compartmented information. They don’t see the big picture and don’t much care if they are taking the world to hell. They live in a narcissistic, self-centered, hedonistic delusion – wealth, sex, drugs, status, fame and public acclaim, etc.

            So it’s easy to believe selfish short-sightedness is the crux of the problem. But this is where I stand out as a true nut-case. I think there’s a malevolent plan originating at levels beyond human. All our internecine bickering solves little and certainly doesn’t free us from that evil, parasitic power.

          • rackslope August 16, 2019 at 11:29 pm #

            Oh, I’m sure they treated you like the Princess that you are. Since you were paying them. You should move to Mexico where you’ll receive the respect you deserve, no doubt.

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:39 am #

            One more observation, Evelyn. We have been indoctrinated to believe every problem can be solved by throwing more money at it.

            I think our society is sick in its soul. Some symptoms: hopelessness, apathy, giving up on improving oneself. living for the hedonism of the moment, nor building a future. I think, you get the idea and could add many more examples. (Maybe even some which don’t mention Trump. LOL)

            Here’s a headline that could apply to many school districts:

            NYC Public Schools Spent $24,109 Per Pupil; But 72% Not Proficient in Reading, 72% Not Proficient in Math


            I believe the dumbing down of America, the demoralization of society, the impoverishment of the middle class, the destruction of traditional values, and much more is not the unconscious work of history’s tide but part of a deliberate plan.

          • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

            “120 sheets of plywood sheathing applied before the new composition roof put on. ”

            Sooo….you live in a 3000+sf home? Obviously not in a diverse neighborhood….

          • Exscotticus August 17, 2019 at 2:38 pm #

            >>> Just to be clear, don’t confuse me with Exscot, a Reagan Republican, who probably scoffs at every conspiracy theory and loves the elitist structure of our society just the way it is.

            Is it OK by you if we demand extraordinary evidence for extraordinary claims?

            There’s something kooky about people who immediately conclude that every incident is the machinations of aliens or a secret society one-world cabal. Life is not actually like the superhero movies.

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 4:21 pm #

            I’ll take that as confirmation I pegged you right. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Be who you are.

          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 6:09 pm #

            “There’s something kooky about people who immediately conclude that every incident is the machinations of aliens or a secret society one-world cabal. Life is not actually like the superhero movies.”

            Once in a while, Exscotticus, you write a whole (if short) paragraph that I can get behind.

            I’m sure there are lots of discrete conspiracies of various kinds. But I find it mostly takes the religious mind to be partial to the overarching ones (a couple of notable exceptions on here, which don’t invalidate the generalisation, IMHO).

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:51 pm #

            GA, conspiracy theories are like farts. Those of other people stink; your own smell good. So which ones do you believe in?

            For example, I think one would be overly trusting of the authorities to believe Epstein really committed suicide.
            (Given the history of those in power to lie to the people,)

            Understand, we are never given all the evidence to contradict the official narrative. I don’t think you need absolute proof positive to justify having doubts.

            To clarify, I’m not stating I know for a fact Epstein was murdered. I’m saying the case is mighty suspicious. Put it next to many such suspicious cases, and skepticism of government is justified (in my humble opinion)

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 11:42 pm #

            GA, did you notice the rhetorical spin in Exscot’s statement?

            “There’s something kooky about people who immediately conclude that every incident is the machinations of aliens or a secret society one-world cabal. Life is not actually like the superhero movies.”

            1) I must be “kooky”, That conclusive label is a convenient place to begin..

            2) I “immediately conclude”. I don’t wait, think, weigh evidence, or engage in tentative hypotheses. Oh no, I rush in and “immediately conclude”!

            3) “Every incident” I’m portrayed as not holding back on anything, but reaching silly conspiratorial conclusions EVERY DAMN TIME on EVERY ISSUE! Beware when you see the term “every”. A big broad paintbrush is about to emerge.

            4) “Secret societies” are of course a ridiculous idea. No such things exist anywhere on earth; or if they do, they have no real power. We all know that, right?

            5) I never mentioned “aliens”; I mentioned non-humans.

            6) My ideas are characterized as of the “superhero movie” genre. Hence, further discredited since we all know “real life” is not like some comic book inspired superhero movie.

            Do you see GA, how language is weaponized? Of course you do. You too spin, twist and weaponize language all the time. I on the other hand never do. Well, maybe just a little.

          • EvelynV August 18, 2019 at 12:06 am #

            Elysianfield – why would you think not diverse? Plenty diverse where I live – young white people, middle age white people, old white people, and a lot of wonderful hard working Mexicans doing yard work.

            120 sheets was an approximation. A unit and a half had been delivered when a project began and some of the sheets had been used for siding. A unit is 80 sheets. Probably a little less than 3000 but some of the plywood used for an attached garage roof. SFootage of a garage not included in SF of residence. Nothing extraordinary about house, built in early 50’s.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 7:46 am #


            “For example, I think one would be overly trusting of the authorities to believe Epstein really committed suicide.
            (Given the history of those in power to lie to the people,)


            To clarify, I’m not stating I know for a fact Epstein was murdered. I’m saying the case is mighty suspicious. “

            I haven’t said a word about Epstein, for the simple reason that I have no evidence of anything at all. I believe he had reason to bump himself off; I also believe other people had reason to bump him off. So neither version would surprise me in the least.

            Therefore there is no point in me saying anything at all, because I know no more about it than my dog does.

            Interesting that Ghislaine Maxwell’s dad’s yacht experience led to very similar conjecture from various sources. Nothing was ever proven there either.

            But there’s a difference between conjecture about Epstein’s demise and the real conspiracy nuts who think almost the entirety of the world’s climate scientists have been motivated by evil, ideology or filthy lucre for 50 years. Or are in the service of a Chinese hoax.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 9:04 am #

            Which is why I said, in my post to Exsctotticus:

            “I’m sure there are lots of discrete conspiracies of various kinds.

            That’s because I don’t discount conspiracy theories – I just don’t do the knee-jerk thing or believe in one big overarching cabal.

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 9:55 am #

            Epstein was the most valuable prisoner in America. Yet, we are told everyone tasked with watching him was incompetent and negligent, taking naps, hours pass without anyone taking a look at him. Oh yes, and the security cameras were not functioning. Of course, what else is new?

            They’ll just pin it all on incompetent low level employees, and it will be forgotten. To me, it reeks to high heaven.

          • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 12:55 pm #

            Well 150 sheets on a roof can be “rule of thumb” approx. 3000sf under cover.

            Diverse? A wild assed guess, considering the tenor of your posts, which are rarely race based issues commented upon.

            ” Plenty diverse where I live – young white people, middle age white people, old white people, and a lot of wonderful hard working Mexicans doing yard work.”


            I am certainly not trying to label you…just observations. Another observation…a well constructed ’50’s home in SF can hit 7 figures… easily.

          • Exscotticus August 18, 2019 at 2:30 pm #

            >>> GA, conspiracy theories are like farts. Those of other people stink; your own smell good.

            Texbook case of false equivalence.

            Hmuller, surely you see the difference between claiming there’s lint in your pocket, and claiming that the flying spaghetti monster controls the stock market.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 3:41 pm #


            I’m not denying the validity of the Epstein theories in any way.

            I like to pick my theories with a bit of common sense, not believe everything that’s surmised on the Interwebz.

    • Robert White August 16, 2019 at 7:29 pm #

      Art History is great stuff. All my old estranged artist friends were Art History buffs and when I played in a band with them I was always learning about Art History. My personal favorite is Art Deco era, and then Ro-Coco.

      Art History is good stuff, man.


      • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:05 pm #

        …Still have your copy of Jansen’s?

  32. Puerto Rico will become the 51st state leading to the Flag Redesign crisis of 2022

    • Exscotticus August 16, 2019 at 4:25 pm #

      Puerto Rico will become the new Ellis Island, a maximum security migrant processing and holding center. Migrants remain until their cases are adjudicated. Nickname: Gitmo Rico.

      • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 7:17 pm #

        To add insult to injury, make Geraldo Rivera the warden of Puerto Rico. LOL

  33. FincaInTheMountains August 16, 2019 at 4:21 pm #

    it would be disingenuous to pretend that New York doesn’t consider itself above and apart from the rest of the country

    The City by the Sea

    We are witnessing the turning of the iceberg of the empire that Hillary Clinton – the agent “Deep Throat” – built; starting small, with what turned out at the hearing of Bill Clinton is not a sexual relationship.

    I really apologize for these details, but it is they who give the events what in America called the “Biblical proportions”, because the Bible not without reason mentions the “Babylonian Whore” not only as a City by the Sea, but also as a specific woman.

    Moreover, the first victim of this woman was a member of the Republican Party, US President Richard Nixon, and with him, Deep Throat swallowed the detente of international tension, also known as Detente -1.0.

    And now, when Detente 2.0 looms on the horizon, an analysis of the results and the reasons for the failure of the first is becoming an urgent need for society, including for those who would like to hide the way the SALT negotiations actually took place.

    Suffice it to say that the expert who played the most important role in these negotiations was recently found hanging in the bathroom.

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:40 pm #

      So now you’re saying that the Great Whore of Babylon is in fact HRC? Well, I’ll be! I’m going to pass this on to my nut job relatives back in Nebraska, provided they haven’t figured it out already too. I know they’ll be all in on that shit!

    • MC Hammerabi August 17, 2019 at 2:07 am #

      I’m curious about your hypothesis. Anywhere you can direct me piece it together? I’ve looked around a little, but to no avail. RE the “I’m with her” where of Babylon. Thanks in advance.

  34. NoLongerHuman August 16, 2019 at 4:27 pm #

    Too bad the democrats are going to blow this election by picking an un-electable candidate.

    People are tired of Trumps Tweet Leadership. It really looks like insider trading when Trump sends out tweets that move the market 400 points.

    He has no fucking clue what’s he’s doing. Gyrating treasuries to record low yields. 30 Year hit a record low.

    He’s managed to start a global recession, was that the plan? How is this good for large American companies that sell so many products abroad.

    Yelling at the FED everyday. Sure undermine confidence in the entire financial system. Fucking Moron.

    I agree we have trade imbalances, and we need to work on them, but we have cratered global trade. Sure he’s going renegotiate all this shit off the cuff in months. Meanwhile the dollar is skyrocketing and he’s going to kill US profits

    • Ol' Scratch August 16, 2019 at 4:29 pm #

      He has no fucking clue what’s he’s doing. Gyrating treasuries to record low yields. 30 Year hit a record low.

      He’s managed to start a global recession, was that the plan? How is this good for large American companies that sell so many products abroad.

      That’s part of his charm, don’t ya think?

  35. RB August 16, 2019 at 4:46 pm #

    Trump is unlikely to win in 2020. Way too much baggage at this point. The whole country is a shambles and especially the election process. Stacy Abrams and her ilk will be counting the votes. Antifa will scare away voters and nothing will be done about it. There are far too many “never Trumpers” still out there to snarl things. No, Trump is done and I would not be surprised if he calls it a day and then goes to face the NY Attorney General. The democrats are determined to overthrow this ridiculous government and they stand a chance at doing it with the MSM collusion. Then there’s social media to aid and abet. The left will not rest until they hold all the power and then they will hammer and tongs at conservatives. What is there to stop them? Courts? Ha!

    The left has to see white males brought to their knees. They appear to have a good start on that one. There are ample numbers of beta males who will go along with that program. They will settle for careers as baristas and valets and other weak jobs. Even now few can afford marriage and a family. The smart ones will avoid marriage and women altogether. Remember in 4th grade when you touched little Suzie and now 50 years later she is filing charges? That is the direction we are headed.

    The Asian nations are learning from us and will hold the line in their own cultures. This is why China is going to hammer the HK “activists” and who can blame them. Freedom in the USA is a can of worms usually resulting in chaos and perverse outcomes. Democracy is a joke. A sick one.

    • zone45 August 16, 2019 at 5:12 pm #

      I really do not get all the ranting and raving. Trump is no better or worse than any person elected to a position in power. I may be disappointed with him, but he his still treading water. He is the prototypical American. Talk about Magical thinking. When Bush was in the drivers seat, we knew it would take at least 10 years to fix the mess he left in his wake. Obama was a bum, HOPE and CHANGE.
      You saw how that worked out. It is all a smoke screen to keep the public in the dark. The sad thing is that we are running out of time.
      But keep on shopping. Shop till you drop. Food stamps for all.

    • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 6:48 pm #

      And not only in the USA. Was watching video of gruesome events on the streets of London, not just stabbings but people being hacked up with machetes where they stand. Also the act of throwing cups of sulfuric acid into peoples faces. It happens every day.

      It was strange to see video of London and not one white person appears. Africans in leopardskins, Muslims in Burkhas, Hindus in robes, yes, plenty of them. But no English people in ordinary western dress.

      In London town.


      • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:17 pm #

        To repeat myself, immigration has been weaponized. With the de-stabilization of the Middle East by the US and other players, immigrants flooded into Europe by the hundreds of thousands. Putin and the bombing of Syria exacerbated the issue. African immigrants being driven by terrorist acts and others seeking economic advantage have severely damaged the cultures where immigrants can gather in large numbers. It has destabilized politics (it has been said that Brexit is partially a consequence of EU immigration policy). Infrastructure and budgets are stretched.

        This flood of immigration is not an accident, but results from simply war by other means. Consider SOMEONE is financing immigration from Central America to the US. It is a death by cancer. A weakened social net breeds political issues…the cost of maintaining the immigrants sometimes can impact defense budgets.

        Consider that the immigrants are not necessarily bad people…just people looking for a better life. They are being manipulated for someone’s objectives.

        It is known as asymmetrical warfare. It has been employed thus throughout history.

        • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 2:45 pm #

          “it has been said that Brexit is partially a consequence of EU immigration policy”

          And it’s been stated by me a dozen times on here already that immigration into the UK from outside the EU (that is the Africans and Middle Easterners of whom you speak) does not come under the remit of the EU. The UK was not obliged to take any of the refugees who entered the EU via Turkey/Greece/Italy, for example.

          Only the UK decides who comes into the UK, either as an asylum seeker or an immigrant, from outside the EU. Internal migrants (e.g. Polish builders or Romanian fruit and veg. pickers), are a different matter, but they don’t seem to be the demographic you’re complaining about).

          However, if you’re arguing that people didn’t entirely understand what they were voting for, I’m not going to argue with you.

          • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 10:16 pm #

            My apologies…But, even after your many comments regarding the reasons for Brexit…I still do not understand a bit of it. I did read, years ago, that immigration policy was a contributor, but I might be recalling the article out of context.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 8:44 am #

            It was a contributor, EF, but part of that was based on a misunderstanding.

            I’ve seen people interviewed in the street saying ‘I just want the place to look like it used to’ (i.e. with fewer black or Asian people), as if that had something to do with the EU, rather than being about our colonial past.

            In some areas, there were lots of EU migrant fruit and veg pickers, for example, and in places people didn’t like that. Fair enough. By definition it’s a seasonal job so people aren’t coming with their families, they’re coming in groups, mostly men (but some women too). And because they’re not being paid much, and because it’s seasonal, they’d end up living in rented accommodation with far too many of them in a house to save money. Again, not ideal.

            Also, there were lots of Polish builders, plumbers and the like, which got up the noses of their British counterparts, not least because they work damned hard.

            I’ve never had the pleasure of using any eastern European tradesmen, but I’ve had the questionable pleasure of having a few British ones take the piss. So, if it made the latter pull themselves up by their bootstraps I’d say that was no bad thing. Any tradesman I employ here will cost me more per hour than my husband earns as an out-of-hours GP and at least three times what I charge for my professional services. I don’t begrudge them it (well, maybe a bit!) if they do the job properly, but that’s anything but guaranteed. But I digress…

            There are two ‘immigration policies’ and, as with so many things, people will confuse them.

            EU internal migration policy was decided by the EU, which included the UK. The UK has always had the option of sending people home who hadn’t found work within a prescribed period and it never bothered as far as I can see. Also it had the option of not taking Eastern European migrants immediately on their country’s accession to the EU. It chose not to take that up either.

            But non-EU immigration policy in the UK (the black and brown folks) has absolutely nothing to do with the EU. Why would people coming from India, Pakistan or Somalia have anything to do with the EU?

            The UK had endless perks (not in Schengen, not in the eurozone, not obliged to take refugees entering the EU from Greece, Italy or wherever), but it was never enough.

            Some voters had legitimate grievances. Others wanted ‘sovereignty’ (which they’re about to hand to the US, in terms of the things that actually matter in their day-to-day lives). Others mixed everything up in a general fed-up-ness with the political establishment and their lives generally (following years of ‘austerity’ policies after the financial crisis).

            And, to top it all, the celebrity effect of Boris Johnson would have won it for Remain if he had decided to submit the passionate pro-Remain article he wrote for the Telegraph at the same time as he wrote the passionate pro-Leave one, for the same deadline, and stick with David Cameron. But he wanted to be PM, so he made the necessary calculations and here we all are, looking at the cliff edge.

            Even after being elected (by about 90,000 people) he maintained there was a one-in-a-million chance of us leaving without a deal. Reality begs to differ.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 8:58 am #


            “Just 34 per cent of voters want a Halloween no deal if no agreement possible – blowing hole in prime minister’s claim of a mandate”

            “…an independent fact check found no reference to voters being told, three years ago, that a vote for Leave was a vote to crash out of the EU with no agreement, if necessary.

            “Last week, Mr Johnson admitted that the risks of a no-deal Brexit were on the rise, despite dismissing it as a “million to one” chance during the Tory leadership campaign.”

            Go, Boris…

  36. FincaInTheMountains August 16, 2019 at 5:04 pm #

    He has no fucking clue what’s he’s doing

    Oh yes, he does.

    He is aiming at nationalizing the Fed, so it would finally serve in the interests of the people of the United States, and not Globalist elite.

    • FincaInTheMountains August 16, 2019 at 5:06 pm #

      Very similar, by the way, what Sir Isaac Newton did at the Royal Mint, after hanging quite a few of evil globalist bankers from the lamp posts.

      • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:48 am #

        The Bank of England, a privately owned enterprise, was founded in 1694. Isaac Newton never abolished it. When he died in 1727, they found huge concentrations of deadly mercury in Newton’s system. The result of his alchemy experiments? Or was he poisoned?

    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 7:05 pm #

      Now I am all for that if it is truly what he’s aiming at doing. If he can pull it off without being assassinated either literally or politically I’ll be gobsmacked though.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 7:52 pm #

      Yeah, all you people who think that Trump is doomed and doesn’t know what he is doing, think again. He is pulling economic power back into the US and exposing the rest of the world for the house of cards it really is. All the parasites around the world are going to have to make their own way, the US is leaving the business of taking it in the shorts for everybody else

      Dream on, never Trumpers.

    • JohnAZ August 16, 2019 at 7:57 pm #

      Damn the globalists. USA, full steam ahead. All those dependent socialist people out there are going to figure out things for themselves as the US just keeps rolling along.

  37. RIB August 16, 2019 at 5:38 pm #

    Medical examiner rules Epstein death a suicide by hanging

    That’s it.


    • Travis August 16, 2019 at 7:01 pm #

      Wow! So this has led you to curse the USA?

      I felt the same way after we destroyed the 3rd, or 4th, or….well I lost count how many countries. And how many wedding parties we droned just because we can. ‘Murica!

      Then there was Hillary who asked out loud in a meeting if “we could just drone Julian Assange at the Equadorian Embassy in the middle of London.” And paid no price at all for saying that out loud….while the Secretary of fucking State.

      Well maybe Epstein is your final straw. Understandable.

    • tucsonspur August 16, 2019 at 7:03 pm #

      They must look at Lamine N’Diaye and his cohorts. How come no pictures or discussion of him yet?

      Was it an African tribe running that facility?

      • BackRowHeckler August 16, 2019 at 7:44 pm #

        Its not just the Bureau of Prisons, TS, its the whole government.

        After 50 years, affirmative action has reached its logical conclusion.

        • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 2:57 am #

          They have a large presence on the lower floors of our civil institutions, much of it obtained by climbing the stairs with no slip AA soles. They’re now scratching and clawing for the elevator express.

  38. meargen August 16, 2019 at 5:55 pm #

    Truth, truth, so much truth.
    Joe Biden: ‘We have science, they have fiction. We have truth, they have facts.’

    Francis Bacon: ‘What is truth, asked jesting Pilate.’

    But was he really making a jest?. Maybe Pilate was caught in a bad situation between local politics, and its yin and yang. What were the Jewish similarities?

    Talking about yin and yang, we HAD to have Andrew Yang in eventually.

    I keep thinking about Rome…not the usual decline and fall stuff, and how they were sooooo immoral…but what a mess Rome was when Caesar took over. The republic was a joke and incapable of ruling anymore.
    There are rumors Trump would like to be president for life. I support Trump, but not in that way, but when you look at all the loonies and such that oppose him, maybe he should rule for life. Maybe things will be such a crock in America that’s time for a Caesar, that our fractious, multi-cultural, globalist infested ruling class can’t be handled any other way.
    I’m just taking a long, historical view. Perhaps democracy is washed up, and we’re in 100 B.C. all over again.
    And how about that Long Emergency?

    As for all the Democrat nutcases running for office and the antifa types, are they that much different from the Christians when they started pulling down statues of the gods and destroying temples?

    I’m in an I, Claudius mood right now. Anyone else?

    • RIB August 16, 2019 at 6:14 pm #

      Last time I checked the Pagan Pantheon didn’t have any being comparable to the works and words of Jesus Christ. Equating pulling down statues of mythological beings with the pulling down of statues of flesh and blood historical figures is nothing but a case of intellectual masturbation. For the unbelievers: Take a few courses in Christian Apologetics before you classify believers as “nut job relatives”.To quote C.S. Lewis: “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God. That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic — on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg — or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God, but let us not come with any patronizing nonsense about his being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.”

      • tucsonspur August 16, 2019 at 6:54 pm #

        Right, interject Jesus here as if he will save the country. Real clear thinking.

        Christianity alone will not hold this nation together.

    • tucsonspur August 16, 2019 at 6:34 pm #

      Yes, Democracy is in trouble. In the future it will be tyrants and rebels.

      In 1862, McClellan and John Fremont, wondering about the capabilities of Lincoln, both considered taking dictatorial power.

      I support Trump in that way. The Left simply cannot take control.

      Thank God we avoided Hillary ‘Livia’ Clinton.

      Do you want the rivers to run red?

  39. zone45 August 16, 2019 at 7:12 pm #

    Cut me some slack.
    That is an old school phrase, perhaps you remember hearing it.
    To cut some slack meant give me a break, or do not take it so hard, or just fuggetaboutit. Back in the day people would cut you some slack.
    People were more tolerant, had strong values and believed in something. We knew that everyone and everything was prone to failure. So your cut your neighbor a little slack. Being generous and sharing in the cause was much more common. There was a feeling that we were all in this together. Now it is every man for himself.
    Those slack cutters were not made in China. It was home grown.

    • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 2:40 am #

      And the toxic political pesticides of the Left helped guillotine that growth.

      I’ve been cut some slack from time to time, also sliced it and gave it away with sympathy and solace.

      Sometimes you get to the point where the slack supply is abused, as in give an inch, take a mile. No slack for the Left, Jack.

      • zone45 August 18, 2019 at 5:22 pm #

        Agree that tolerance gets abused. It gets old when people take advantage of your love. Left and right are like Yin and Yang, takes both to make the world go ’round. If you get hard core radical on any position, that can be dangerous. It takes an effort to put yourself in the other persons mindset. But there is something to be learned by being tolerant. There are many paths to a goal.
        My approach has been a la carte. I like what the conservatives have to say, and I also like some of what the liberal have to say.
        The problem is that the table is set with very slim pickin’s.

  40. capt spaulding August 16, 2019 at 8:07 pm #

    Did Trump really fall for that old “Greenland for sale” con? He’d better just stick with the Brooklyn Bridge that he bought a few years back.

    • hmuller August 16, 2019 at 9:14 pm #

      At this point why not just print up an extra trillion dollars and use it to buy Greenland? LOL Soon everyone will realize the true value of fiat money.

  41. malthuss August 16, 2019 at 8:14 pm #

    Were human bones found at Little St James Island?

    Thats a rumor.

  42. capt spaulding August 16, 2019 at 8:31 pm #

    I believe that’s in the Formerly Virgin Islands isn’t it?

  43. rackslope August 16, 2019 at 10:24 pm #

    I’ve been coming here for a while now, looking for insight, guidance, IDK. Many of you are scary smart. But, I cannot understand one thing. Since there is ONE truth, ONE path that was followed by those people we discuss here, why can we not converge on that truth and hold it up for all to see?

    • rackslope August 16, 2019 at 11:00 pm #

      I’ll try again next week. Hopefully that little congenital arterial intracerebral hemorrhage you have will eventuate by then. When I called out the smart ones, you should have known your place.

  44. KesaAnna August 16, 2019 at 11:42 pm #

    ” Elizabeth Warren referred the other day to the 2014 “murder” of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri “by a white policeman.” ….

    …. Now, it happens that the US Department of Justice under Eric Holder (this was the Obama administration) determined that it was not murder, …..

    Did Senator Warren not believe former attorney general Holder? Was there some other authoritative opinion she was referencing? ”

    Well , just last week I was pointing out that for 30 years I have had to listen to the narrative that the sex scandals in the Catholic Church were all the fault of its backward and outdated dogma.

    Never mind Alfred Kinsey’s , Timothy Leary’s , and Charles Manson’s Swinging Sixties.

    Never mind that Hugh Hefner and Bob Guccione practically bestrode the 1970’s like twin colossi.

    Anyway , apparently Jeff Epstein , Harvey Weinstein , Kevin Spacey , etc , etc , etc , did not subscribe to backward and outdated Catholic dogma. *

    So , what’s the excuse now ?

    * By the way , I dare say the average person does not spend even one hour in an entire life , literacy not withstanding , reading , say , 50 pages from a random law book .

    Instead , for the better part of a hundred years now , the average person has gotten their understanding of political science and criminal justice from ………. the Harvey Weinstein , Jeff Epstein , Kevin Spacey crowd .

    Nope , nothing wrong with that picture.

  45. David Webb August 17, 2019 at 12:05 am #

    Ah Jim, you’ve taken me back to the days of arguing with my ex wife. I’m sure I never won one, you see I always thought that reality is defined by facts and objective observation, but she knew reality is defined by feelings and is completely subjective. It seems that the women of this country have finally turned the whole society around to the correct way of thinking now.

  46. pkrugman August 17, 2019 at 12:35 am #

    “At this point why not just print up an extra trillion dollars and use it to buy Greenland? ” — hmuller

    Denmark says Greenland is not for sale.

    • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 6:12 pm #

      More importantly, even, so does Greenland.

      • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:57 pm #

        Mexico said the northern half of their country was not for sale in 1845. All it takes is a great man of vision like John Bolton. Come on GA, your country admires empire builders. Also, the USA may still be able to beat Denmark in a war. (Yes, I’m talking sarcastically for those who are wondering)

        • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 9:11 am #

          “Come on GA, your country admires empire builders. ”

          There are still a few Brexit voters who do, but even most of them have got over all that.

          But yeah, it would need to be sarcasm. John Bolton is a scary fella and I don’t want an Iranian missile landing anywhere near me because of him, no matter how many jobs it creates in the US or how much profit it generates for his mates.

          I’d like to think we agree on that (barring the destination of the Iranian missiles).

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 10:01 am #

            There is no good reason for the US and Iran to be enemies, except to serve the interests of a small mid-eastern nation whose name may not be spoken.

            And yes, I wish someone would soak Bolton’s mustache in gasoline and set in on fire.

  47. pkrugman August 17, 2019 at 12:38 am #

    Autopsy says Epstein’s broken neck bones could be from being strangled to death.

    • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:58 pm #

      Don’t be a conspiracy theorist! The authorities say “suicide”. (Yes, more sarcasm.)

    • Nightowl August 18, 2019 at 11:23 am #

      Actually, reports have gone farther. Some of the breaks he had would not have been consistent with a hanging, but only with strangulation.

  48. pkrugman August 17, 2019 at 12:43 am #

    “Last time I checked the Pagan Pantheon didn’t have any being comparable to the works and words of Jesus Christ.“ —RIB

    JC never wrote anything. There are no recordings (tape or digital) of him speaking any words. It is doubtful he even existed.

    Pagans read Nature. Full moon tonight. No discussion. Everyone who wants to can see for themselves.

    • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 1:09 am #

      ” JC never wrote anything. ”

      Julius Caesar never wrote anything , except a book that Christians give you which they claim he wrote.

      And that’s pretty much 90% of the better part of 3,000 years of Western History.

      If the Christians are really that unreliable , then you have a much bigger problem than the historicity of Jesus.

      ” Pagans read Nature. ”

      Most Westerners have either never met any pagans , or flatly ignored what the pagan said if they did.

  49. KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 12:57 am #

    ” Christianity alone will not hold this nation together. ”

    Near as I can tell , that was never the idea.

    Near as I can tell , the United States was so important —- that Jesus Christ never got around to , or saw fit , to mention it even once.

    if one regime has invoked that , ” ….render unto Caesar … ” bit , a hundred and one regimes have invoked it.

    But , again , near as I can tell , the Romans themselves did not hold it to be much of a compliment , or an endorsement , since they executed the guy.

    I don’t know , maybe they executed him despite the compliments and endorsements ?

    Anyway , since philosophically , ideologically , or theologically , you don’t really have any alternative to offer ,

    Then it’s a good bet that what would hold the country together is riches and power.

    All well and good , Russia and China are rich and powerful and I don’t suppose either state is in any danger of becoming a historical footnote.

    I cannot imagine , though , what the significance of that would be to little people.

    For example , as rich and powerful , and long -lived , as China is , yet apparently the anonymous little denizens of tiny Hong Kong and Macau have no passionate desire to join China.

    Apparently they cannot relate or identify in any meaningful way with a ruling class that will never be inviting them into its country club.

    • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 4:18 am #

      Yes, so why be subject to the mainland overlords. If necessary, Jackie Chan and Chow Yun Fat will come to the rescue.

      Back in the 16th century, the Frenchman Francois Vieta was given an intercepted secret message to the Spanish monarch, Philip II, which he soon decoded. The Spaniards were so amazed at this that they accused the French of sorcery, “contrary to the practice of the Christian faith.”

      It’s good that it’s not called the ‘Christian Reason.’

      • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 4:30 am #

        Yes, so why be subject to the mainland overlords ?




        …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ?

        The sarcasm is rather lame , in light of the question you don’t want to answer.

        • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 4:46 am #

          ” If necessary, Jackie Chan and Chow Yun Fat will come to the rescue. ”

          Like the mainland overlords have done so well by you ?

          And , presumably, that’s why you loiter around a site that describes your China as a , ” Clusterfuck ” ?

          Because the mainland overlords are such a good and sensible deal ?

        • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 10:38 am #

          Use your head, Kesa. I was agreeing with you. Because, as you said, they won’t be invited to the ruling classes’ country club.

          Talk about lame.

          Smarten up.

  50. Pucker August 17, 2019 at 1:38 am #

    They’re now dehumanizing the white working class as “White Supremacists”, akin to “cockroaches” and “vermin”.

    Is White Genocide in Our Future?
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    Is White Genocide in Our Future?

    Paul Craig Roberts

    “The perception that mass shootings are a “white man’s problem” lingers around the country because white mass shooters tend to get more publicity. And, the twisted young male who goes on a public shooting spree fits a certain kind of media narrative. But when we actually study the mass shootings that took place in 2019, it’s clear that Patrick Crusius and Connor Betts are not the norm, but aberrations.

    “Mass shooters have no particular ideology. Crusius and Betts were opposites ideologically. (Though both cared deeply about the environment.) Nor are mass shooters a white problem or a black problem. Over the same bloody weekend, William Patrick Williams, who is African-American, appeared in court after being arrested by the FBI for planning to shoot up a Texas hotel with an AK-47 rifle.

    “Looking at the data from the Mass Shooting Tracker, widely utilized by the media, as of this writing, of the 72 mass shooters, perpetrators in shootings that killed or wounded 4 or more people, whose race is known, 21 were white, 37 were black, 8 were Latino, and 6 were members of other groups.

    “51% of mass shooters in 2019 were black, 29% were white, and 11% were Latino.” — Boyd Cathey, Unz Review, August 13, 2019

    White South Africans believe that Genocide is in their future. Next month a delegation of South African white people is coming to Washington in an effort to secure US diplomatic support to ward off what they fear is black preparation for a genocidal war against the white citizens of South Africa.

    In 1994 the white South African government turned over power to the blacks. For some years the political situation was stable under president Nelson Mandela and the influence of Bishop Desmond Tutu. But as time passed their successors became more radical and less reasonable. In part radicalization stemmed from economic corruption and mismanagement. Unable to meet the expectations of blacks that black government would mean a better economic life, black political leaders sharpened their rhetoric against whites. Other tribes resented the one party rule of the ANC. Another black political party rose and competed with the ANC on the grounds that they hated whites more and would redistribute more from the white citizens than the ANC. To keep its hold the ANC had to match the threats against the white South Africans. Brutal and horrific attacks on white farm families have exploded, and a policy of expropriation of white-owned farms without compensation is being pushed through the government. A leader of the ANC’s armed wing is calling for young blacks to join training camps in preparation for the civil war against whites. Calls for taking up arms against the white citizens are increasing. Calls for cleansing South Africa of whites are words of popular songs and are ever present at political rallies.

    In the United States white people are also being demonized. For the entirety of his academic life Noel Ignatiev, a son of Jewish immigrants from Russia, campaigned for whitness to be abolished. Originally, he seemed to mean that race is merely a social construct and that whiteness conveyed privilege. But people less inclined to abstract thought understood this to mean to get rid of white people. This is the direction in which the attack on white people has gone as we will presently see. Unless this article— —is a parody on Ignatiev, he himself has come around to the view that white people don’t deserve to live, are a cancer, and should kill themselves. “The goal of destroying the white race is simply so desirable, it boggles the mind trying to understand how anyone could possibly object to it.”

    Another Jew, Jason Blum, has produced a movie for NBC Universal titled “The Hunt.” It is about members of the American elite hunting and killing Trump Deplorables for sport. This is propaganda that accustoms people to murdering the white working class. Commentators have pointed out that it is similar to the Nazi demonization of Jews that led to their deportation from Western Europe and many deaths.

    For anyone capable of thought, Ignatiev’s view that whiteness conveys privilege cannot be reconciled with the portrayal in a movie of whites as game to be hunted like deer.

    In the Unz Review Boyd D. Cathey shows how the media is transforming mass shootings into the work of racist “white supremacists” even though the official statistics show that most mass shooters are not white and few of the white shooters identify as “white supremacists.” The facts are intentionally disregarded, because the agenda is to demonize white people in order to create hatred of them and President Trump. Cathey concludes that in America the war against whites has begun. It is being led by self-hating whites. Although they are not ready to take Ignatiev’s advice and kill themselves, they are willing to kill the rest of us.

    I am surprised that the extraordinary hatred that the white media is orchestrating against white President Trump hasn’t resulted in the Secret Service knocking on doors and interviewing those spewing the hate about their intentions toward President Trump. In former times, the kind of hatred directed against Trump would have been regarded as threats or encouragement of threats against the president.

    In the 1970s Bertram Wolfe, a founding member of the Communist Party of America, told me that communists spoke violently of those they intended to eliminate and identified them with snakes, vermin, and other creatures that ordinary people were accustomed to killing. Wolfe said that the characterization of people as snakes and vermin made killing them more acceptable. I knew what he meant as I once had a communist propaganda poster that gave the bankers and capitalists being rounded up the faces of rats and pigs. This is now being done to “whites.”

    White people are too insouciant to realize that they are being set up for future genocide. Here is what Reza Aslan, a TV host and professor at the University of California has to say about white people:

    “The President is a white nationalist terror leader. His supporters—ALL OF THEM—are by definition white nationalist terror supporters. The MAGA hat is a KKK hood. And this evil, racist scourge must be eradicted from society.”

    Where is “white privilege” when a refuge from Iran can call for the eradication of Presiden Trump and everyone who elected him and remain a University of California professor and TV host? Isn’t Reza Aslan a terrorist? He is calling for the President of the United States and half of the US population to be killed. Doesn’t this deserve investigation? How can a gun owner be investigated if a terrorist like Aslan is not investigated? Aslan hasn’t even been censored by Twitter.

    Insouciant white people can learn what is being prepared for them by reading Matt Bracken in American Partisan:

    • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 2:08 am #

      As I have said before , I suspect Gay activists and Feminists are really something of a joke.

      A much bigger problem , maybe THE problem , on that score is the sexual revolution that heterosexual males have themselves subscribed to.

      It’s kinda a given , I think , that you get your ass kicked when you deliver yourself up to your enemies.

      In the same way , I think a much bigger problem than people who hate whites so much they want to exterminate them ,

      is your own decided unwillingness to see that the United States has a long tradition of screwing the natives , whoever the natives happen to be at the moment.

    • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 3:41 am #

      The media is not owned or controlled by Whites – obviously.

      • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 5:27 am #

        I think the media is controlled by people who blame everything on a 70 – years dead Adolf Hitler ,

        Or conversely who describe Malcolm X or Gloria Steinem in such a way that if you didn’t know better you would think they were gods.

        And I suspect , not for any great or complex reason , but for trivial and pathetic reasons.

        Like they can’t give you a coherent or credible reason why war with Spain in 1898 was necessary ,

        or why war with Austria – Hungary in 1917 was necessary.

        • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 6:26 am #

          Credible reasons? There was money to be made and an empire to expand. Those are the only two reasons for all of this insanity.

    • BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 5:42 am #

      i wonder how much longer Matt Bracken and PCR — and JHK for that matter — will be able to appear anywhere on the net?


      This hate whitey rhetoric that’s become prevalent in the media and dare I say in public schools and colleges, ordinary people out here leading everyday lives are beginning to take note, and its making them nervous. Dems are worried about the ‘white woman vote’; well let me tell you, ‘white women’s’ children are dear to them, and when you start talking about ‘white privilege’ and ‘white genocide’, even the most woke soccer mom (of which there are legions around here) percieve you are talking about their own little ones. Combine that with the steady stream of reports of mayhem and bloodshed occurring in black and Puerto Rican population centers a short 20 min drive away, ‘White Women’ might begin to reconsider their support for ‘the resistance’ and their hatred for the president.

      • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 6:23 am #

        I would say PCR in particular. He’s completely over the top in his criticisms and always directly in point as well due to his vast experience inside the beast. Of course PCR and JHK are already completely marginalized, as most mainstream sites view links to theirs as a sign that you are a complete whack job. There’s also value as a honey pot in Jim’s site here, as you know without a doubt we’re all being monitored. It’s a great way for TPTB to keep their finger on the pulse of the fringes and even to propagate more disinformation propaganda through paid agent provocateurs.

  51. Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 3:43 am #

    By the end of WW2 if not before, the Tribe was in complete control of Britain as witnessed by their savage betrayal of the British people by beginning the mass influx of Blacks into the Nation.

    • JimInFlorida August 17, 2019 at 10:27 am #

      Now BRITAIN is Exhibit “A” of where my draconian, but guaranteed to work, solution would cure the U.K. of its problems.

      Why do I keep harping on the billionaires? The global billionaire class is the keystone in an archway, from which hangs the NWO (aka JWO) chandelier.

      The walls and adjacent blocks are the institutions of the NWO which are transcendent from the nation-states of the world.

      The chain’s links are the Heads of the Central Banks who are conduits for TPTB.

      The arms of the chandelier are the governments and regulatory agencies.

      The wire that links the various parts of the chandelier together is the global supply chain.

      The power cord is the global financial matrix.

      The lights are the media, sports, and entertainment matrix.

      The octagon chain and numerous other fancy parts are the countless contracts and 3rd parties that bind and separate us from our rights.

      The thick layer of dust over the other elements are the countless parasites, petty rent skimmers, useless eaters, unwanted immigrants, etc.

      The spider webs and spiders are the professional pests we all know about. i.e. academia, moneychangers, unethical merchants, idiot managers, insolent bureaucrats, etc.

      The paper wasp nests hanging from the undersides of the chandelier are the Imperialist Armed Forces that protect it.

      Who is underneath this ghastly and vile chandelier? WE THE GOYIM! Working under the hot and glaring light and suffering the regular drift of dust and spiders that regularly fall down from that accursed chandelier.

      I’m sure I’ve only scratched the surface of this metaphor but, I think an artist could draw up something captures the full imagery.

      • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 10:53 am #

        Impressive metaphor. I would add that many labor with varying degrees of benefit under this system, but very few understand its overall purpose and who directs it.

      • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:45 am #

        Yes, they are a terrible ruling class. Can’t decide if they want to preserve the West or destroy it. So they do a bit of both. They do want to replace Us though. They’re clear on that much. And of course that will destroy the West for all intents and purposes, at least from our point of view. Anything that remains won’t have anything to do with the traditional nations that once comprised the West and will be utterly alien if not hostile to our descendants.

        • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 12:11 pm #


          Below is an interesting proposal to consider. If 300 million Chinese migrate to Africa and nature takes its course, will we end up with a continent of people resembling Tiger Woods?

          It’s my experience that Far Easterners (Chinese, Koreans, Japanese) don’t hold a very high opinion of Africans. Would they mate with them or drive them away, maybe even to the point of genocide?

          “In a two parts article Asia Times argues that 300 million Chinese will soon migrate into Africa. This prediction is startling enough to warrant consideration….The 300 million Chinese would replace or join trading minorities like Asians and Lebanese in Africa ….At the moment there are less than fifty million Chinese overseas and one million Chinese in Africa,”

          • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:34 pm #

            “…300 million Chinese will soon migrate into Africa.”

            There are three ways to end an insurgency and/or gain political power.

            1) Use overwhelming force and kill all the inhabitants, men, women and children (US war against the Indians)

            2) Disperse the entire population over the Earth, thus diluting their culture and beliefs, making them minorities in foreign lands (As Stalin did with the Chechens in WWII)

            3) Immigrate by the tens of millions into an area, thus diluting the culture and political power of the indigenous.(Again, the US in the war with the Indians, the blacks into our cities, and the current issues of immigrants in the Western countries).

          • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:35 pm #

            Remember, they’ve been aborting their girls for generations. The settlers to Africa (at least so far) have been bereft bachelors eager for anything they can get.

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 12:03 am #

            I wonder if there’s a Chinese saying in the nature of “Once you go black, you never go back.”

            Which raises the additional issue: do these Chinese bachelors bring their African consorts back to China? What kind of reception would they get?

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 10:12 am #

            Whenever two groups of people have encountered each other, miscegenation (for lack of a better term) has occurred – if only as a result of rape.

            The only exception I’ve found (see the book “Collapse” by Jared Diamond) involves the Vikings who went to Greenland. They killed every Inuit they encountered on sight and never brought home “war-brides”. Before long the Inuit stayed far away from the Vikings.

            As a result, the Vikings never learned the superior Inuit techniques for making hooks, nets, harpoons, and other tools to gather food. The Greenland Viking colonies died out between 1400 and 1500. The Inuit lived on.

    • Tate August 17, 2019 at 11:18 am #

      I keep hoping it’s not true (after all these years) but keep being reminded of the nightmarish treachery of this insatiable combine of malignant evil.

  52. SoftStarLight August 17, 2019 at 4:44 am #

    In modern times the word hysteria has become a generalized reference to behavioral patterns and symptoms commonly associated with borderline, histrionic, and/or dissociative personality disorders. At least that’s what I was told. So maybe Kamala and Liz are not just average hysteria sufferers after all. Their apparent craving for sheer power and their willingness to say anything for it, no matter the consequence, seems to be typical behaviors of high functioning sociopaths. And female sociopaths while being fewer in number compared to their male counterparts are allegedly more excessively dangerous. That is of course if you don’t believe that such things are just the products of a repressive and pervasive Patriarchy. Liz and Kamala would definitely say they are for sure.

    • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 6:01 am #

      ” That is of course if you don’t believe that such things are just the products of a repressive and pervasive Patriarchy. ”

      I don’t believe it . But near as I can tell , that puts me in a really tiny minority.

      For example , when I say , ” Near as I can tell , at least 75% of the male population , yesterday , today , and tomorrow , are ditch-diggers who rule nothing . ”

      As many men as women will deny it.

      Or , to put it another way , in my view , no feminist is so smart or so wily , that about 90% of her work isn’t done for her by men slitting their own throats.

      • KesaAnna August 17, 2019 at 6:04 am #

        Psychology textbooks don’t seem to dwell on such phenomena much though it seems.

    • BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 9:46 am #

      Well, right now we are in the middle of ‘White Supremacy’ and ‘Racism’ hysteria, a short month ago ‘Russian Meddling’ and Trump was a Russian agent hysteria was finishing up its 3 year run. The suddeness of the pivot was breathtaking.

      It seems to be driven by a strange confluence between left wing dems and the legacy media. It almost appears that it is planned and coordinated in advance. One has to wonder, are organizations like the NYTs, CNN and MSNBC news gathering operations, or agit/prop shills for woke dems?


      • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 2:39 am #

        Brh I wouldn’t be surprised if the mainstream news organizations all receive the same general scripted news stories from some secret CIA propaganda bureau. Whomever owns the DNC most likely owns the RNC and the news outlets too.

    • Travis August 17, 2019 at 11:13 am #

      I feel Hysteria when Kamala’s near….

  53. Pucker August 17, 2019 at 7:06 am #

    The Yin and Yang of It….

    Why is it that I always get caught up in a random search at the airport when entering the US?

    Bloke to the TSA boob: “Excuse me…. Did you you say “Random Check”, or “Rectum Check”?

    [Cut to Scene from the movie “Deliverance”]

    Drew to Hillbillies: “What’s this all about? What is it that you Gentlemen require?”

    Hillbilly: “We require you to git your ass up inta dem God Damn woods.”

    Drew: “Is this about money?”

    Hillbilly: “Oh, we’ll take your money.”

    • Pucker August 17, 2019 at 7:26 am #

      Was the Homosexual rape scene in the movie “Deliverance” a manifestation of Homosexual eroticism, or a consequence of “Class Struggle” in which the benighted, backward, unsophisticated, economically poor Hillbillies resented the relatively affluent, culturally sophisticated “City Slickers”? Or was it because Drew simply “had a purdy mouth”?

      • Pucker August 17, 2019 at 7:32 am #

        What advice would columnist, Ann Landers, have for a bloke who becomes the target-of-affection is a Hillbilly Homosexual Bull Queer American who just wants to get through Customs at the airport?

        • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:37 pm #

          Remember, it is never good to hear …”Jesus loves you” when you are in a Mexican prison.

          • Tate August 17, 2019 at 1:26 pm #

            Especially if pronounced “Hey-Soos”

      • malthuss August 17, 2019 at 11:14 am #

        Janos would say–most male-male rape is by Blacks. In prison.
        Yes, Janos?
        And he has mentioned the movie, as more Anti White stuff, when you look at facts.
        Its like the news about BLM. Most BL gone are by Blacks, not White cops.

        • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 12:06 pm #

          Was in a store yesterday and an enraged Bull Ape stormed in, any humanity he ever had clearly in abeyance. A huge “guy” at the peak of his strength, he could easily kill a normal person with his bare hands. The little security guard didn’t try to tussle with him, but rather pulled out his gun, putting the laser dot right on his chest. Still wondering how close he came to being killed. Some human consciousness seemed to revive, and he left.

          A customer immediately got involved, saying there was no need for that. She may have been right. On the other hand, she may have been wrong. The little guard – he was actually fairly well built and fiery – didn’t seem to have a lot of doubts. Ex-police perhaps?

          • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 2:01 pm #

            Some people definitely have “the fire within.” You always know them when you see them. They radiate it.

      • Epicur August 17, 2019 at 2:26 pm #

        “Was the Homosexual rape scene in the movie “Deliverance” a manifestation of Homosexual eroticism, or a consequence of ‘Class Struggle’”…

        Yeah, it was class struggle. It was the Hollywood left showing how ugly they think the people in flyover country are.

  54. JimInFlorida August 17, 2019 at 9:25 am #

    What??? Green Alba isn’t here yet???

    I don’t lurk around this Synagogue of Satan like I used to so, I missed the chance to reply to GA.

    GA, since you’ve let slip the possibility that you know your Yiddish, tell me then, what does “farbotn” translate to in English and its correct application Yidd-lish?

    I used Google Translate to find the Yiddish word for, “forbidden,” and “farbotn” is what Google Translate came up with. I deliberately used “farbotn” as a poke at the things THEY hate to see brought into the daylight. Where it can be mocked and scorned at the very least.

    • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 12:30 pm #

      I know no Yiddish, JiF, hence my misapprehension as to the language you were attempting, as it seemed a ‘by ear’ version of one of its main sources.

      Humble apols etc. etc.

    • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 12:42 pm #

      As for being not ‘here yet’, I am generally here, off and on, but when a trap is laid for everyone to offer their irksome gender-war prejudices I prefer not to get involved, and remain thankful that the people I know and have known do not include the caricatures of either side which seem so much more prevalent stateside. Everything is bigger over there, so why should caricatures, prejudices and personal flaws be any different?

      But sure as fate, if I attempt to remain at a distance, at least one person (in this instance three) will attempt to lure me in, sometimes, with a legitimate carried-over query, and sometimes, as elsewhere, by provocation.

      Will I respond to the provocation? Who knows – some skirtings in the kitchen are waiting to be stained – and have been waiting years already – so I should probably proceed with that plan first, as it will be significantly less pointless.

  55. tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 10:23 am #


    White sinner:

    Bless me Father for I have sinned. My last confession was three days ago. I have the stain Father, the Original sin, and I continue to sin by being White. Oh Father, please help me, I’m told that I have privilege but somehow this privilege has turned to sacrilege.

    I have the guilt of Gillibrand and the woe of Warren but I can’t shed this skin like some snake, for I only have pangs, pangs of guilt and not fangs.

    My skin is my sin and White is my wickedness. Oh Father, please help me!

    Is not White Angelic and the Devil darkness? Yes, it is the darkies who hurl insults and slurs and parade before me examples of my White sinfulness. Father forgive me, I feel guilty even saying so. Oh, I’m such a wretch!

    Colored priest: Our Fathers and Hail Marys just ain’t gonna do it, Boy. You’re just one royally fucked honkey, condemned to be White, and I won’t be prayin’ for ya. Out of my confessional, cracker!

    • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 12:40 pm #


      • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 6:56 pm #

        Danke Schoen. Maybe one day I’ll be forgiven.

  56. Tate August 17, 2019 at 10:24 am #

    Studies have conclusively demonstrated that (correct me if I’m wrong Elmore) that ‘liberal’ & ‘conservative’ are inherited dispositions. But these are elusive terms as anyone would agree. I noticed that very thing with one individual poster here from the Edinburgh region who said that her mother brushed off the notion of her marrying a black man as if that were a trivial thing. Just as she herself does. And even though she became an atheist against her mother’s wishes. Nature or nurture? I would guess 95% nature, but hey, that’s just me. IOW, an inherited disposition.

    • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:48 am #

      I once asked her if her kids were Black. For some reason I had gotten that as a possible impression. She was outraged – more outraged than a Liberal should be.

      Perhaps the young Queen Elizabeth giving the Nazi salute had some effects after all….

      • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 2:56 pm #

        Lying toad lies. Nothing new under the sun, not that you’d last long there.

        I think people on here are used by now to you simply creating tripe, Bufonid, and crediting it to me.

        I was not in the least outraged, only mystified by your bizarre form of idiocy. My response was simply ‘what colour do you think they would be?’. My memory is rather better than yours, but that’s because liars don’t need to exercise their memory, facts not being the point.

      • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 3:17 pm #

        Under a best case scenario in 100 years a swarthier breed of Scotsmen will march in their kilts playing bagpipes to honor their heritage. Then sit down to a nice plate of haggis covered in curry sauce. And who knows, it may taste better that way.

        Under a worst case scenario they’ll all be bowing 5 times a day towards Mecca.

        In America organizations like the Boy Scouts honor our Native American heritage, even though it mostly got wiped out by the ancestors of those very scouts. (Not withstanding that culture’s vigorous survival in Elizabeth Warren – Warrior Princess.)

        Cultures ascend, descend, merge, and sometimes disappear. Toynbee said civilization is propelled forward by disturbing encounters with strangers. And he wasn’t talking about Barney Frank in the men’s room during a power outage.

        I’ll bet the nice respectable Romans bemoaned property values plunging when those nasty Germans moved into the neighborhood. And so it goes. As Janos would no doubt say: if you’re too weak to fight for your heritage, you will lose it.

        • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 3:44 pm #


          The percentage of Muslims in Scotland is between 1.4% and 1.5%, so if you’re wanting me to fret about haggis and curry sauce, or swarthy Scotsmen facing Mecca, I’m sorry but I can’t oblige. I have actual problems in my life, so no need to invent them.

          This guy might be interested in your haggis and curry idea, though, but he’s not a Muslim, he’s a Sikh – and very highly thought of in these parts. Also a very loyal Scot.

          For dessert at my wedding we had traditional Scottish cranachan. Tony has an Indian version, involving the addition of cardomom honey and rosewater.

          There you go:

          Now, I love proper Indian food but my cranachan will be staying Scottish. My husband fancied it, though – he’s more of a cardomom fan than I am.

          Something new for you to try, hm – either version. 🙂

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 4:36 pm #

            I love Indian food, I just frighten easily when I read the local health inspector’s report on the Indian restaurants where I live.

            Don’t worry about having too few Muslims. They breed like cockroaches at an Indian restaurant. And more might move up from the south after Brexit.

            Most are very charming. Just watch out for the new arrivals who got the word they were in sexual Disneyland and anything goes with anyone they chose.

          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 5:04 pm #

            “And more might move up from the south after Brexit.”

            Why would English Muslims move after Brexit?

          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 5:19 pm #

            I don’t think you should be too proud of your cockroach analogy, hm. I tend to think you are rather better than that, although some of your co-ideologues on here perhaps aren’t.

            But I posted this already to allay your fears. A trend you should be happy about. I wish them more basic prosperity and much more education, so that the trend may continue.


          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

            My husband’s parents bred in similar fashion (Catholic Ireland), as did my mother’s parents (Protestant, poor end of Glasgow, with NI antecedents). Do you talk about them that way as well?

            Seven children each plus one adopted. Cockroaches too?

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 11:05 pm #

            OK GA. Everyone breeds like lady bugs. There! An adorable freckled insect of the beetle family with whom we all feel more comfortable.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 9:24 am #

            I’m sure my mother and my husband’s parents would have preferred that, hm, although I’m sure they all just thought they were leaving God to decide on the size of their family.

            And since they are ‘ladybirds’ in all other parts of the English-speaking world (no idea why), even better.

            It didn’t end well, though, for the multiparas. My maternal grandmother died at 56 and my husband’s mother at a similar age, I think. Both fathers, on the other hand, lived into their 80s, their role in the events being less demanding.

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 10:23 am #

            Ladybird? Really, I did not know that.

            To us “lady bird” was a President’s wife, known for planting cherry trees where ever she went. The one she planted in my town’s court house square soon died – like the young men her husband sent to Vietnam. Such a waste.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 11:13 am #

            From Wiki, hm:

            “The name coccinellids is derived from the Latin word coccineus meaning “scarlet”.[7] The name “ladybird” originated in Britain where the insects became known as “Our Lady’s bird” or the Lady beetle.[8][9] Mary (Our Lady) was often depicted wearing a red cloak in early paintings, and the spots of the seven-spot ladybird (the most common in Europe) were said to symbolise her seven joys and seven sorrows.[8][10] In the United States, the name was adapted to “ladybug”. Common names in some other European languages have the same association; for example, the German name Marienkäfer translates to Marybeetle.[11]”

            Still doesn’t explain the ‘bird’ bit, though.

            Yes, I agree about the young men sent to Vietnam. I never met my cousin Joe from Flushing (my mother’s nephew) who came home in a body bag when I was a child. They gave her $10K for his life, plus a recording of his dying agonies for some weird reason (he was shot in the spine the night before he was due to go home). His brother ended up a vagrant on the street, which maybe wasn’t unconnected – who knows? Two lost sons.

            And my already widowed Aunt died of a heart attack, being unable to afford her medicine. Land of the free, eh…

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 2:38 pm #

            Gave the $10k to his mother, that is, not mine…

    • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 3:28 pm #


      “Studies have conclusively demonstrated that (correct me if I’m wrong Elmore) that ‘liberal’ & ‘conservative’ are inherited dispositions.”

      I have read such studies and, from what I recall’, ‘are inherited dispositions’ requires some qualification. I think what has been shown is that conservatives tend to be more fearful, more risk-averse, less trusting, more likely to believe in conspiracies and more likely to be religious, whereas ‘liberals’ tend to demonstrate the opposite qualities. None of it is set in stone. (And I’m not a ‘liberal’ in any case – not in the American sense anyway.)

      As you suggest yourself, such tendencies tend to be a bit broad brush. And people tend to change their views, sometimes, over the course of their lifetime, as you say you have done yourself.

      When my father and mother spent an entire lifetime amicably cancelling out each other’s votes by voting Labour and Conservative respectively, that was during a historical period where women’s voting patterns (in the UK) tended to be more conservative than men’s. This was generally explained by the fact that women were more isolated from the vicissitudes of the labour market and of harsh working conditions in general.

      My father could never understand how a working-class person could vote Tory rather than Labour, but that was then. Later, the positions changed and women’s voting patterns tended to be less conservative than men’s, owing to socio-political changes and little to do with inherited personality characteristics. And my father was every bit as socially conservative as my mother, so labels never match perfectly anyway.

      Your personal comments are just strange. You talk of becoming a Christian or becoming an atheist as if it were the same as joining a club, but I suppose that shouldn’t surprise me. The idea that someone would believe or disbelieve something either against or in accordance with a separate individual’s wishes is frankly bizarre.

      Whatever was inherited in my family was inherited not simply by me. I have two brothers, one older and one younger.

      In terms of churchy history it went like this:

      On reaching age 16 we were each invited to join the church as adults. Brother no. 1 simply declined, as he didn’t buy it and had enough courage to say so; Brother no. 2 was less courageous and complied, but after the confirmation service (or whatever it was called in our church – I forget) he never went back, except for hatches, matches and dispatches. His wife is C of E, and brother no. 1’s wife is the daughter of a religious minister. She didn’t inherit her parents’ beliefs either, and her parents’ only wishes would have been that she think for herself.

      I joined up and ‘stayed’ for decades, before moving to the same position as my brothers. So nature has very little to do with it. Mature thought and consideration were more relevant.

      But these are elusive terms as anyone would agree. I noticed that very thing with one individual poster here from the Edinburgh region who said that her mother brushed off the notion of her marrying a black man as if that were a trivial thing. Just as she herself does. And even though she became an atheist against her mother’s wishes. Nature or nurture? I would guess 95% nature, but hey, that’s just me. IOW, an inherited disposition.

      • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 3:56 pm #

        Sorry, I seem to have pasted your last para in at the end of mine.

      • Tate August 17, 2019 at 7:44 pm #

        “I joined up and ‘stayed’ for decades, before moving to the same position as my brothers. So nature has very little to do with it. Mature thought and consideration were more relevant.”

        We know through studies that the influence of nurture accounts for an inordinate amount of difference in achievement in early childhood but that later in post-pubescent development nature takes over. As with achievement, so with disposition, the same phenomenon applies.

        • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 9:36 am #

          I agree with you to a significant extent about the influence of nurture, Tate, but your suggestion about ‘disposition’ has no connection with my point that none of my family inherited our parents’ religious beliefs, which confirm nothing about either nature or nurture. Unless you are suggesting that inborn natural scepticism is more of a factor than education, social influences and early indoctrination.

          • Tate August 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm #

            I would have to say yes to that.

  57. JohnAZ August 17, 2019 at 10:27 am #

    To all you folks trying to explain the Brown revolution,

    History is littered with dominant technology civilizations being destroyed by “barbarians”. The Common denominator is,

    I see you have stuff I do not have. I want some of that. Then a leader (Atilla the Hun comes to mind) and unifies the barbarians by saying “We want all of that”.

    The yin and yang comes into play as civilizations lose their yang as living conditions become softer and softer. Liberal policies come into being that allow the takeover of the people much easier by the barbaric crowd.

    Democracies are weakened by the ability of alternative ethnicities to just take over by demographic means. Sounds great to a liberal college type but pretty bad to the folks being taken over. Just ask a few native Americans.

    The really villainous groups are the ones that jump the line and favor the barbarians. Almost 40% of this country is brown currently, add on the White treason crowd and the critical 50% point is in reach. In a democracy, he who owns the ballot box runs the show. The disgusting part is the 10% group who have betrayed the common culture to acquire transient power. South Africa is learning this right now. So will this country.

    The choices are actually very clear now. If the USA wants to continue to be a White based world power with the ability to have less fortunate folk come in as guests, the time to act is now. Simply put, if the neo-Libs acquire majority power, the US as it is now is shot. Just imagine the US with the policies currently being espoused by the Dem candidates. Welfare state run by the third world invaders currently being allowed in by the White traitors. Third world status for the largest consumer group in human history. Think the world is impoverished now? No USA economy, no world economy. TLE!

    How to fix it? Simple and effective. Builds a wall that works, not to stop immigration, just illegal immigration. Scarce resources in the US mean that every person who enters here dilutes the society’s ability to provide services. Stop the uncontrolled influx of immigrants or this country is shot. If it takes $100 billion dollars to stop the influx, we will save it by stopping unsavory characters from coming in. We will save it by decreased police needs, and decreased national security needs.

    Like climate change, every year that goes by without a resolution to this means that the situation will just worsen. Hopefully a political identity in DC will arise to fix this problem. Trump cannot do it by himself.

    • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 11:04 am #

      Doesn’t that mean the neo-Libs can never win? Walls can be built and then torn down. If a wall is built, what happens in 2024 if the Dems win?

      Both symbolically and philosophically it would have to come down. Unless people get to love it. Big expense too.

      • JohnAZ August 17, 2019 at 11:11 am #


        The Left have left the White working class behind and are putting all their chips on the ascent of the Browns in the country. Control of the country depends on who wins this battle.

        That is why the White traitors are so nefarious.

  58. K-Dog August 17, 2019 at 10:44 am #

    Life on earth would be better if people paid more attention to the fin and the fang of it.

    • tucsonspur August 17, 2019 at 11:12 am #

      Cool. Earth First. Too bad it’s Earth Last with the Grand Generalissimo of Gotham. Earth becomes a Trumpster fire.

  59. malthuss August 17, 2019 at 11:24 am #

    WHITES AS A MINORITY–To a ‘rainbow’ coalition of Pakis, Chinks, island Blacks.

  60. malthuss August 17, 2019 at 11:28 am #

    95Theses says:August 17, 2019 at 1:52 pm GMT • 100 Words

    I would also recommend Duchesne’s sobering Canada In Decay: Mass Immigration, Diversity, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians.

    I have been to Toronto about 10 times in the past 30 years, and every time I go the city looks wearier for the multiculturalism–diversity which it has brought on itself. It was an amazing place to visit back in the early 90s.

  61. malthuss August 17, 2019 at 11:32 am #

    Epstein’s personal plane apparently was logged as having been flown to Antarctica on July 23rd, 2019 the same day the financier allegedly committed suicide.

    • Dunewalker August 18, 2019 at 9:09 am #

      malthuss, I understood that he died on August 10th, not July 23rd.

      Jeffrey Edward Epstein (January 20, 1953 – August 10, 2019)

      In any case, why would his plane have flown to Antarctica at all? To plant his deadman switch, or what? Find a safe place for his documents?

  62. Tate August 17, 2019 at 11:45 am #

    From the Land of Nice we have a report from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune of the moral preening ministry of the ELCA, the largest Lutheran denomination in America:


    The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Protestant denomination in Minnesota, has become the first North American denomination to declare itself a sanctuary church, committed to supporting and sheltering migrants entering the country.
    The ELCA announced its decision last week at a tri­annual assembly in Milwaukee, where leaders also participated in a march and prayer vigil at the local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office…

    “Sorry, will be finding another Lutheran denomination,” read a Facebook post by Daniel Wolter, a former Minnesotan who now lives in Iowa. “The ELCA has let politics go before faith. Advocating for sensible changes to immigration laws is one thing. Actively seeking to facilitate crime is another.”

    Right on, Mr. Wolter! Hopefully, ELCA will see a hefty membership & donations decline over the coming year.

    • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:56 am #

      Christianity has become a Demonic force by and large. The Church I go to has many who abstain from putting money in the basket. Not that I think that will be effective (since their allies create money out of nothing and I’m sure will extend them a generous line of credit) but at least it’s something. A good way to save money too. They do have a wonderful Latin choir and regularly perform the Olde Mass.

      • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:08 pm #

        I’m surprised to hear you of all people(!) say that, but good on you for saying it. In a land where money rules, no other values can possibly matter in the least. There’s hope for you yet, Warrior Janos!

  63. elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 11:51 am #

    The BBC, this AM, reports that Peter Fonda…remember him? Peter Fonda is hanging with Elvis….

    • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:57 am #

      He finally made the County Line.

    • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:04 pm #

      Interesting facts:

      On his eleventh birthday, he accidentally shot himself in the abdomen and nearly died. He went to Nainital and stayed for a few months for recovery.[6] Years later, he referred to this incident while with John Lennon and George Harrison while taking LSD.[7] He said, “I know what it’s like to be dead.” This inspired The Beatles’ song “She Said She Said”.[8]

      Early on, Fonda studied acting in Omaha, Nebraska, his father’s home town. While attending the University of Nebraska Omaha, Fonda joined the Omaha Community Playhouse, where many actors (including his father and Marlon Brando) began their careers.[citation needed] Before he attended the University of Nebraska Omaha, Peter attended the Fay School in Southborough, Massachusetts and was a member of the class of 1954. He then matriculated to Westminster School, a Connecticut boarding school in Simsbury where he graduated in 1958.[9]

      Wonder what took him to Omaha (my home town) of all places? Yes, I know that daddy Henry Fonda hailed from Grand Island, Nebraska originally, and definitely carried that Nebraska sensibility with him throughout his life. By all accounts the Fonda household was more than a bit dysfunctional for young Jane and Peter growing up, also a signature trait of oftentimes oppressive religious families of the region and era.

      • Tate August 17, 2019 at 1:13 pm #

        There’s no evidence that the Henry Fonda household was religious. Jane & Peter’s mother committed suicide after their dad Henry asked her for a divorce to marry someone else.

        • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:31 pm #

          You’re exactly right, to the contrary. My point is that they (from Henry onward) were raised in that milieu.

      • BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 4:00 pm #

        Yes, Wesminster School, just up the road apiece.

        Just recently learned Pete Seeger graduated from Avon Old Farms School, a closer neighbor, and all this time I thought Pete was a member of the Proletariat. No, in reality Pete Seeger was an upper class blueblood.


      • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 10:21 pm #

        “Omaha (my home town) ”

        Nick O Demus

        …Bellevue High School, class of 64, as a sophomore.

  64. FincaInTheMountains August 17, 2019 at 12:53 pm #

    The root cause of the global financial crisis was undoubtedly a large-scale counterfeit operation ran by the Clintons in the 90s under the pretext of Information Superhighway Project or Dot Com business.

    According to some estimates, Clintons printed and distributed to their Flying Monkeys approximately 20 trillion totally unsecured dollars.

    The connection of the Duke of Cambridge with the department of Isaac Newton, who was elevated to the knighthood by Queen Anne of England for his service to science, the Glorious Revolution and the financial system of England, allows us to hope not only to overcome the crisis of the scientific method but also the global financial crisis, since Sir Isaac Newton is known not only as a scientist who created the scientific method, but also as a person who found a way to stop the malignant development of the Glorious Revolution and associated with it uncontrollable expansion of the money supply.

    William Chaloner was a serial counterfeit coiner and confidence trickster, who was imprisoned in Newgate Prison several times and eventually proven guilty of high treason by Sir Isaac Newton, Master of the Royal Mint. He was hanged on the gallows at Tyburn on 22 March 1699.

    Early life and scams
    Coining scams
    Royal Mint scams
    Anti-Jacobite scams
    Bank of England scams
    Lottery ticket scam

  65. Tate August 17, 2019 at 1:05 pm #

    At the University of Washington-Tacoma, Marx’s ‘Labor Theory of Value’ is being touted in assessing students’ writing abilities by a professor called Asao Inoue. The Labor Theory of Value is of course totally wrong. It leads directly or indirectly to all the other errors of Marxian theory.

    The headline reads:

    “American University Holds Training Session on Avoiding Single Standard Grading to Achieve ‘Antiracist’ Objectives”

    Here is the link to the story as reported by AmRen:

    • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 2:34 pm #

      The Labor Theory of Value is of course totally wrong. It leads directly or indirectly to all the other errors of Marxian theory.

      That’s a pretty broad statement. Perhaps you’d like to at least minimally support it?

      • Tate August 17, 2019 at 6:39 pm #

        Actually, the theory of class conflict is intuitively appealing. It can’t really be refuted. But it can only take you so far. It doesn’t acknowledge conflict caused by ethnicity, race, religion, & language. And it can’t effectively address Michel’s “iron law of oligarchy” (q.v.)

        I view class as an ersatz or synthetic ethnicity. It’s true as some have pointed out here — arguments that I have discounted in the past — that human beings will find something to set them apart even in racially & ethnically homogenous societies. (But why add to problems that are endogamous to any society by importing additional ‘diversity’?)

        As far as the Labor Theory of Value, I acknowledge it wasn’t original with Marx, but was earlier expounded by Adam Smith, Ricardo, et al, but it is crucial to Marx’s ideas. Later work (see “the Marginal Revolution”) by a variety of thinkers such as Jevons, Bohm-Bawerk, Marshall, et al as developed in the Theory of Marginal Utility effectively negated a key pillar of Marxian economics, the Labor Theory of Value (which is a special case of value theory.)

        In common-sense terms, how can it be that effort alone should determine the value of anything within the market, broadly understood? It can’t. Professor Inoue wants us to accept that there should be a two-tiered grading system, one for the dull-witted & another for the quick-witted. This can only lead to mediocrity within our institutions.

        Those interested might want to view the vid by Paul Ramsey (Ram Z Paul) on his speculation on the real meaning of the Epstein affair — i.e., that what we are witnessing is just this “product” created by the advancement of incompetents within our institutions (ignore the Nixonian ‘shrug’ or ‘hunch’ in Ramsey’s delivery).

        • Exscotticus August 17, 2019 at 10:01 pm #

          >>> Actually, the theory of class conflict is intuitively appealing. It can’t really be refuted.

          It’s too simplistic. In reality, we’re all living Venn diagrams. We all belong to a variety of classes to varying degrees.

          If you think Trump won with just the rich white vote, or the poor white vote, or even the all white vote—think again. For example, he had about 30% of the Hispanic vote.

          For me, ideology trumps race, gender, etc. For others, race comes first. None of this is accounted for in class-based theories.

          • Tate August 18, 2019 at 4:31 pm #

            Yes, but what about ideology based on race? This is where the snowflakes would say race is a ‘social construct?’ Yes, one has to acknowledge as much. But it is also deeper than that.

  66. volodya August 17, 2019 at 1:25 pm #

    Remember e pluribus unum? In the USA it worked, with widely disparate peoples coming in with very different languages and cultures subsumed into a greater whole.

    I no linguist so I’m just parroting what I’ve read: just look at the English language, a hybrid of Teutonic tongues and Latin and French and other stuff, giving it a distinctive expressive range and vocabulary. A simple example: the word “demand” comes from French. In French it means “ask”. In English it takes on a different character, giving English-speakers access to more and different layers of meaning.

    In language what we’ve done in the Anglo-sphere over the last 600 years or so is to assimilate and absorb, in my uneducated view making English uniquely qualified to be a global lingua franca for doing business and diplomacy but not only that, to be a language of science and scholarship.

    In my view the key to e pluribus unum is assimilation. It worked linguistically for English, it also worked culturally for the USA, again in my view, to the great advantage of the country as a whole.

    So, to JHK’s point, what he’s talking about is the opposite of assimilation, ie dissimilation. This is identity politics, this is what’s being touted by the thinkers.

    So, can anyone tell me how this is supposed to work?

    This may be music to the ears to certain folk on this site, but in a racial and regional conflagration, I put my money on the most numerous, best armed, best trained militarily. Ain’t no secret this describes Whites, particularly Deplorables, these Deplorables also being the backbone of the US military.

    So, what happens? The Blacks, being a relatively small minority, they lose big and massively worsen their position. If they were put-upon before and heavily disadvantaged, can you imagine the shittiness of their situation after a civil bloodbath?

    I figure the Hispanics to be in a better position, being more numerous, but also because so many self-identify as White. Asians too, will cast their lot with Whites, being light skinned, and similar in cultural terms, readily adopting White ways and music and lingo.

    But, out of all this, Blacks get crushed, women too, because in war-time they suffer the worst. You don’t need me to tell you, it’s the same in every war, women suffer hideously.

    So, the big question: what exactly the fuck are idiots like Warren and her ilk trying to do?

    That’s not hard to figure either, as things are generally the way they look. So, how do they look? That they’re trying to enhance themselves, their own notoriety and their own fame and fortune.

    All right, maybe not so surprisingly because they’re politicians they apparently don’t give the slightest fuck as to who lives and who dies. But, as a method of personal enhancement, inciting racial and regional discord is a really stupid way to do it, not least from the perspective of their own self-preservation because, as history shows, in times of trouble even absolute monarchs have a way of ending up in a really bad way. I mean, just ask the Ceaucescus. Oh, that’s right, you can’t, they’re dead.

    • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:55 pm #

      Not sure I’d include Warren with “her ilk” here. She’s basically a mainstream technocrat meant to appeal to all the current Dem bases, and little else. Other than blowing a slightly cold wind of the Wall St banksters skirts, she’s certainly no threat to the status quo, an in spite of some current concerns in some quarters, I’m sure even Wall Street would rally around her if push came to shove (especially if the alternative was Bernie) if Trump were eventually to be found wanting.

      Unlike many on this board, I find the current anti-white male hysteria to be just so much another passing fad, and no particular big deal. Fueled by big corporate money, this MSM blitz is just part of the ongoing show, as all demographics will by and by take their turn (repeatedly) in the barrel as part of the ongoing effort to “make news” by dividing us along whatever racial/ethnic/sociological/economic/political lines possible.

      A little less hyperbole in response is in order.

      • volodya August 17, 2019 at 2:31 pm #

        I agree that the less exaggeration the better, but don’t forget, the USA has had a really crappy record of race relations. Blacks have got real, material gripes. But there’s good ways and really stupid ways of doing things, and promoting inter-racial animosity is a really stupid way, particularly if the aggrieved group is relatively small and powerless. And things can get out of hand as witnessed in 1861 and August 1914. And the “race riots” of the 1960s were no imaginary thing.

        As far as this anti-male stuff goes, time will take care of it. A generation or two will be enough. Male-friendly women will be most likely to reproduce and pass on their male-friendly attitudes to their off-spring. Those women most hostile won’t. They get culled from the gene pool. Bye-bye.

        As far as the anti-white male thing goes, maybe you’re right, that this is a passing fancy. But I’m not as optimistic as you are that it ends well.

        • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 2:53 pm #

          To be sure, I too find much of the current anti-white male outrage fully justified, even as I find it to be completely misplaced. Where the REAL outrage lies is in class issues; i.e., those who have money and power vs. those who have neither. In that sense, those who have fully justified current outrage and are now enabled to share it so well are completely right, even as they are missing the mark completely, and possibly causing further damage in the process.

          IOW, yes, your past/current oppressors have definitely carried these physical characteristics, but have you really thought it through? Have you really fully considered the nature of your oppression and your oppressors and have you examined your own complicity in your oppression?

          • volodya August 17, 2019 at 3:23 pm #

            Agree on the class issues. The key here, as you say, is to dissect the problems. Yes, White males are the wealthiest, and Blacks in general the poorest (with lower class Whites giving them a run for their money). But what are we talking about here? In my view the fortunes of lower classes in general in the US and much of the western world are diminishing, not just because of racism or bigotry, but especially because of the inordinate influence of a small group of extremely wealthy people on international trade and investment practices. And because of the stranglehold of Wall Street on Main Street.

            Are you complicit in your own oppression? Good question. Maybe the question can be reconfigured: do you support the neo-liberal agenda, having bought into the presentation of open borders as one of tolerance and openness to new cultures and new-comers, as an agenda of people who are superior in intellect and social attitudes. Because maybe you better have a second look at what you’re buying into.

          • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:49 pm #

            That’s you Marxism speaking. Do you include yourself in this? Will you lay down on the altar willingly?

        • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 10:27 pm #

          “Blacks have got real, material gripes.”

          In 1960 I would heartily agree with that comment. 2019…not so much. In the approx. 60 years since 1960, trillions have been spent, much on their material welfare…to little benefit of them or any other citizen.

          They may have gripes, but not real, nor material, and I reject their demands with derision.

          • volodya August 18, 2019 at 3:09 pm #

            Elysian you got a good point about the trillions spent, this being an example of the road to hell paved with ostensibly good intentions. And there’s other stuff implicit in your answer, that if you want to be treated as adults, with a full complement of moral and intellectual faculties, and as equal citizens, then act the part. Can’t remember who said it, Jesse Jackson I think, a long time ago, that White racists don’t make fifteen year old Black girls get pregnant. And some famous Black actor said not long ago that it all starts at home. It sounds trite but I think it’s true, it really does.

            So, what to do? Maybe nothing. I don’t know if any theoretician in the sociological – cough – sciences ever had a gander at that possibility, that the dysfunction that you see in American Black communities just isn’t amenable to any kind of help, financial or otherwise, barring no discrimination based on race. They help themselves and get their shit together, or not and suffer the consequences.

            An example of a long-standing issue, the dreadful state of education among Blacks: somebody said a long time ago, that education in Black communities will improve when Black parents start giving a damn.

            Anyhoo, the shitty stuff you see in Black neighborhoods, you’re seeing more an more among poor Whites. So is this an example of wiggerization?, ie Black acculturation of Whites?

            Or is it something else altogether with roots in an economy that can’t-won’t account for the fact of human abilities not all being oriented towards dicking with spreadsheets-coding-administrative shit where you talk-talk-talk in an office or sit in front of a screen all day? Not everybody’s cut out for that. A lot of us are wired up for other kinds of work, activities that our betters decided long ago to re-locate to other countries. A large number of us as a consequence find ourselves at loose ends, with no path forward, no job, no prospects, no nothing. What kind of misbehavior comes out of that? The point being that maybe Blacks are as badly affected as Whites.

            So what ails the Blacks? Is it along the same lines as what ails impoverished Whites but with a different narrative wrapped around it, one all about racial victimization?

          • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 10:07 pm #

            The genesis of their issues revolve around their incredible sense of victimization, and general loathing of white people…this is often learned on their mother’s knee…I have seen this, and I can say this without fear of contradiction.

            White “trash”, and we both know the type, can manifest every problem found in the ghetto. Their causes are a bit different, however. Blacks highly resent white culture, seek to negate it by their own cultural attitudes. Whites have no such burden…many are weak, disenfranchised, dope addled, ignorant with poor education as a result of dysfunctional homes…some just have bad luck, or bad judgment, or bad home life with early introduction to alcohol, the criminal justice system, drugs, and hot 14 year old neighbors….

            Perhaps racial victimization comes soon….

          • Q. Shtik August 18, 2019 at 10:30 pm #

            learned on their mother’s knee – ely


            Excellent observations throughout your comment although the common phrase is at their mother’s knee.

          • TPTB-USA August 19, 2019 at 10:09 am #

            “So, what to do? Maybe nothing.”

            Hello volodya,

            I have been at odds with your position that the government should have taken steps to keep the blue collar jobs in America, the main issue being that I do not believe that the tide can be held back indefinitely, and what has transpired since, is the net result of all the players gaming the system.

            I feel for those that live under the rule of an oppressive government, and have had the opinion that individuals ought to be free as a bird, and live anywhere in the world they choose. Considering your posts, I have come to realize that if your nest is being attacked, you have a right to defend it, and if there is any purpose in having a government, as Janos Skorenzy so often promotes, it is to secure the rights of “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”.

            So, if the basic needs of the citizens of a nation are not met, then the focus should be on how to meet those needs in a meaningful, dignified manner, and issues like an open door migration policy, need to be subordinate. To drive home the point, as you promote, the government has an obligation to provide for the citizens, not by substituting the dignity of “reliable bread-winner work” with hand-outs, but by taking steps “to keep the blue collar jobs in America”. I think it could be argued that the tariffs are a step in that direction.

            Ultimately, no matter what any government did, just like the projection of 70% of the jobs in China being lost to AI by 2025, I believe that the tide would have swept out the blue collar jobs in America. That being said, the focus going forward should be on figuring out what people can do to regain their dignity and feeling of worth.

            As you point out, individuals are wired differently, and in the early game, the employment opportunities of the 70s did a better job of accommodating the masses in spite of their differences, than that which is available in the end game of today. Modeling it to the extreme, there was a viable job for every family, whereas today, there is one dignified job for 10 families. To me, this explains the animosity, the polarization, the political lash-up, etc..

            Where to from here? For a start …

            From the perspective of a US citizen, the number of mouths that need to be fed in relation to the number of gainful employment opportunities (or that which might be a substitute) needs to be reduced. So, some combination of reduced numbers, and an increase in busywork for the masses that is attached to dignity. It would seem obvious that anyone that advocates for open borders does not care about the citizens of the US.

            From my perspective, number 45 is a pitiful example of a civilized human being in so many respects, but in regard to his attempts to represent the citizens of this country, I would have to give him an A. For those that advocate for open borders, his response is, OK, we’ll bus them to your State/City/backyard. How many open border advocates have an open door policy at their personal residence? Aren’t they essentially imposing an open door policy on many of the residents of this country? Shouldn’t they lead by example?

          • elysianfield August 19, 2019 at 10:55 am #


            Noted. I will not make that mistake again….

      • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:46 pm #

        You’re wrong – badly and dangerously wrong. The Tribe is behind this and they have been ratcheting it up for decades. They’re dead serious and they’re not going to stop until they’re made to stop. If not, think of what they did to White Christians in Russia under Communism.

        Susan Sontag: “Whites are the Cancer of Humanity.” What did you do with Cancer? You get rid of it if you can. The Doctrine didn’t have to develop in modern times – it has existed for centuries or even millenia. She was just one of those introducing it into the modern American secular milieu. And again – after we had defeated their enemies for them in Central Europe. Real nice, eh? Never give a sucker an even break.

    • Tate August 17, 2019 at 2:07 pm #

      The secret to the mystery lies back at the top of your screed with the word ‘dissimilation.’ This differs by only one letter from the word ‘dissimulation’ which means ‘to dissimulate.’ What is to dissimulate? It means ‘to disguise one’s intentions.’

      This suggests that crypto-assimilation is the order of business. It explains why the mouthpieces of the media & the academy tell so many lies, saying contradictory things, sometimes almost in the same breath, such as claiming that white supremacy is an existential threat to the Republic. Also claiming that we are a nation of immigrants who have formed a ‘melting pot’ when the reality is quite different.

      We should understand this clearly: whenever the Cultural Marxists talk about “our values,” they’re pimping for the future ‘Great Replacement’ of the founding stock of this country. Patrick Crusius, the El Paso shooter, committed a heinous crime, but was his Manifesto —actively suppressed by the MSM — so wrong? Once control is gained, there will be no more kumbaya moments touting “our values.” There will only be the hobnailed boot.

      • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 2:15 pm #

        Realizing of course that to a large extent “the great replacement” is now and has been for some time a demographic certainty, whether the immigrants keep coming or not. The lower classes procreate at higher levels regardless of race, so political power will naturally flow accordingly. White man’s burden indeed!

        • Exscotticus August 17, 2019 at 2:55 pm #

          >>> The lower classes procreate at higher levels regardless of race

          True, but there plenty of poor less-educated whites pooping out kids like no tomorrow. Plenty of whites on welfare, too.

          None of this can compete with a million breeder culture migrants crossing per anum. Immigration is the issue.

          • Tate August 17, 2019 at 6:58 pm #

            Yes, but those “poor less-educated whites” are committing suicide at disproportinate rates as well, thanks to the Sackler (crime) family. I hate to say it, but maybe Rich Lowry (National Review) was right when he said in his infamous opinion piece that trailer-trash whites deserve to die off. May be it’s the only way to oppose Edward Dutton’s thesis in “At Our Wit’s End” that our 1st world populations are becoming stupider because of our ‘unearned privileges’ (my interpretation.) If this leads to greater fitness within the White race, so much the better.

          • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:52 pm #

            Yes. And Libertarianism has muddied the waters immensely. Perhaps not your brand of it, but in general.

        • Janos Skorenzy August 17, 2019 at 11:51 pm #

          You sound like you can’t wait. Your ethnomasochism is acting up again. You are really screwed up. You know that, right?

  67. Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:28 pm #

    Let me guess: you’re heavily invested in the current capitalist money for nothing paradigm and are reaping the current short term rewards of same. Whenever I hear personal revelations of unbridled bounty of the type you’ve listed ad nauseum above I know that the proclaimer is either high on something – money from questionable sources or the fruits thereof – or he’s simply lying through his teeth. So, which is it with you?

    The TRUTH is, any NEW Republic will necessarily be a whole lot smaller and a whole lot more exclusive, if it ever manages to get off the ground at all.

    The PROBLEM is, as Jim has detailed many times here before in exquisite detail, is one of limited resources in the face of ever expanding human populations, all severely aggravated and indeed demanded by an overhanging capitalist perpetual growth paradigm that any current third grader can clearly see is leading to human ecocide.

    Got TRUTH? Go tell THAT on the mountain!

    • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:59 pm #

      Yeah, but I ENJOY being a dipshit! How about you? I’m guessing not so much.

      • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 2:20 pm #

        There is no offense where there is no defense. All are welcome to their opinion.

  68. FincaInTheMountains August 17, 2019 at 1:51 pm #

    Summer Liberal Exacerbation resulting in Resuscitation

    • Ol' Scratch August 17, 2019 at 1:56 pm #

      Is that Boston?

      • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 3:57 pm #

        Looks like someone just needs to pull themselves together.

  69. Sean Coleman August 17, 2019 at 4:01 pm #

    In Ireland’s leading Sunday newspaper (Sunday Independent) last week a female columnist wrote about the value of the MSM and the danger of fake news. She mentioned in passing that the Russians had interfered in the presidential election to the benefit of Trump. I thought it was absurd, seeing as the Mueller Report could find absolutely nothing. But then again, I read elsewhere about ‘bot farms’ or whatever in Russia churning out imisinformation to help Trump in the election. I am sure it is rubbish but does anyone have any knowledge of it?

    • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 4:15 pm #

      “I read elsewhere about ‘bot farms’ or whatever in Russia churning out misinformation to help Trump in the election.”

      Similar bot farms were discovered to have been churning out pro-Brexit propaganda, so it’s highly likely. Nobody here is making that much of a fuss about it though, as it’s par for the course. Caveat emptor and all that.

      • JohnAZ August 17, 2019 at 6:31 pm #

        The absurdity of this is mind boggling. It definitely makes good press but does not pass any credibility test.

        Say the Russians had a bot farm. Where are they going to aim their junk. Facebook? Twitter? Google? Instagram? Aren’t these the same outlets that are being investigated by the Feds for biased information? Wouldn’t they have sorted out any Russian trolls?

        So they must have trolled the MSM. Yeah right. I have not seen one pro Trump item on the MSM ever. Except Fox.

        So maybe Radio Free Russia? Uh huh.

        So they must have sent their propaganda about Trump through a guy in England named Steele. Oh wait, that was supposed to work the other way.

        So they must have just hacked into DNC data base and sent stuff to Trumps campaign. No wait, Mueller said twern’t so. And if you remember right, the stuff they came up with in the leak was propaganda by HRC against Bernie. Hmmm. The real leaker is reputed to be pushing up daisies.

        I do hope Barr exposes the real bad guys here and then does something about it.

        After the Epstein debacle, I have my doubts.

        Trump overcame every weapon the Deep State threw at him to become president elected by the US public. 24/7 bullshit from every source possible in DC and prevailed. By himself.

        That says either he is a genius or the Deep State is comprised of total idiots. Take your choice.

        • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 7:03 pm #

          “Say the Russians had a bot farm. Where are they going to aim their junk. Facebook? Twitter? Google? Instagram? Aren’t these the same outlets that are being investigated by the Feds for biased information? Wouldn’t they have sorted out any Russian trolls?”

          In the case of the Brexit trolls, the article specifically says the information came from Twitter’s data. I deliberately chose a Telegraph article and not a Guardian one, to cater for sensibilities, since The Telegraph supported Brexit (50% more UK print newspapers supported Brexit than supported Remain).

          I don’t care one way or the other – no skin off my nose if you don’t believe it. I don’t ‘do’ social media, and if I did I wouldn’t get my voting information from it.

          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 7:08 pm #

            I should have said ‘50% more of the globalist mainstream print media in the UK supported Brexit than supported Remain’. Isn’t that how it goes? Funny though, given the narrative.


          • GreenAlba August 17, 2019 at 7:09 pm #

            By readership.

          • hmuller August 17, 2019 at 11:11 pm #

            Well GA, you are certainly comfortable embracing “conspiracy theories” when they support your aversion to Brexit. LOL

            Refer above for my classic “fart analogy”.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 7:07 am #


            Which part of that is a conspiracy theory? Russian bot farms were detected sending out pro-Brexit messages. That’s not a conspiracy, it’s just what happened. It was reported in one of the leading pro-Brexit newspapers, The Daily Telegraph.

            Perhaps you think reporting the pro- or anti-Brexit editorial positions of the various newspapers is a conspiracy theory? Well, it wouldn’t be difficult to find evidence there either, would it?

            Guardian supported Leave, Telegraph supported Remain. By readership, newspapers supported Leave by 3 to 2. No conspiracy. You’re comparing apples and oranges.

            I supported Remain. Now I support Leave with a Deal, to avoid the loss of jobs, the destruction of the agricultural sector, the further impoverishment of the most vulnerable, a US corporate takeover, and closer alignment with US foreign policy under John Bolton and his ilk. I am nothing if not pragmatic.

            Talking of pragmatism, did you know that food poisoning per head of population is 10 times greater in the US than in the UK? That has pragmatic consequences too.


            The US population is more used to accepting crap from its (non-)regulators. I don’t embrace a race to the bottom, which is what is coming and what it was all about, for our leading investor-Brexiters, like Rees-Mogg and Redwood. Money will be made, but not by the little people. You don’t make much money running a sheep farm.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 7:08 am #

            Sorry, Guardian supported Remain, Telegraph supported Leave, obviously.

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 7:23 am #

            I also support Leave with a Deal, because I believe the fallout from leaving without one will almost certainly lead to the break-up of the UK, and I don’t support Scottish Independence under Nicola the Pretender because I happen to be consistent in my pragmatism. Not to mention the clusterfuck it will lead to in Ireland,which has suffered enough at the hands of the British already.

          • hmuller August 18, 2019 at 9:37 am #

            One person’s “conspiracy theory” is another person’s reasonable conclusion based on fact. Of course, you can mock that idea by pointing to the most outlandish conspiracy theories and claiming they typify the whole. (Let’s say: purple people eaters hiding under one’s bed)

            Many allegations once dismissed as “conspiracy theory” are now accepted as proven fact. A couple years ago the public and MSM rejected the crazy idea that many of society’s elite engage in pedophilia. Then we learned of Jimmy Savile, Harvey Weinstein, Pizzagate, Nxium, Epstein, and so many others less publicized.

            The MSM hates to report on these things. But if they ignore these crimes entirely, they expose themselves as complete propaganda tools, since the internet reporters keep digging. So the overpaid lying shits on TV spin things as best they can and tell everyone, “Move on, nothing to see here.” But more of us are wising up now.

            And the pedophilia is just one of scores of categories where power has been abused, crimes committed with impunity, and the people of the earth fucked over. The whole power edifice is rotted, evil, and worm eaten throughout.

            I scream to heaven “Let it crash!”

          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 10:57 am #

            Well that’s all very interesting, hm, but it had nothing to do with my post.

            I hope you feel better, though 🙂

          • Sean Coleman August 18, 2019 at 2:55 pm #


            I do not believe in conspiracy theories, or at least I do not think I do since I do not really know what the term means. If it means conscious manipulation by those with power then I do not believe but if it means collective fantasy then I do believe. But I think it means the former.

            This story about Russian ‘bots’ (whatever they are) swinging the election sounds vague to me and smacks of desperation to pin something onto Trump’s side given the astonishing ‘Russiagate’ fiasco, with Mueller pretending to the House Committee that he had gone senile.The media are trying to dismiss Trump’s support base as conspiracy theorists who are not amenable to evidence or reason. Belief for ‘Pizzagate’ plays into their hands because it is obviously nonsense.

            Savile, Weinstein and Epstein all fit into the witch hunt pattern. I have looked into Savile in some detail and there is absolutely nothing to it except lies and gullibility. The thing about collective fantasies (and that would include global warming and all the others which I will not go into) is that they are believed in by nearly everyone, including the elites. Go looking for hard, reliable information and you will not find it. It is extraordinary.

            There are no sinister elites rotten to the core.

            ‘Russiagate’ is a fine example of these fantasies. The journalist in the Sunday Independent does not mention it of course. The collective fantasy is very much a media creation, after all.


          • Sean Coleman August 18, 2019 at 3:34 pm #

            Here is an interesting article about the Epstein case, from Barth’s Notes.

            “From the Daily Beast, a few days ago:

            Lawyer Alan Dershowitz claims an email buried in a mountain of just-unsealed court documents proves that one of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers lied when she said she was farmed out for sex with him as a teenager.

            The email, dating from May 2011, was from a veteran Mail on Sunday journalist named Sharon Churcher, and it had been sent to Dershowitz’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre a couple of months after Guiffre’s story of her time with Epstein had provided the basis for Churcher’s splash “Prince Andrew and the 17-year-old girl his sex offender friend flew to Britain to meet him“. Guiffre was attempting to put together a book, and she had emailed Churcher asking “if you have any information on you from when you and I were doing interviews about the J.E. story”, particularly as regards names of “pedo’s” (sic) “that J.E. sent me to”.

            Churcher’s reply:

            Don’t forget Alan Dershowitz… J.E.’s buddy and lawyer…good name for your pitch as he repped Claus von Bulow and a movie was made about that case… title was Reversal of Fortune. We all suspect Alan is a pedo and tho no proof of that, you probably met him when he was hanging out with JE.

            “You probably met him” indicates that this is a name that Churcher is speculatively proposing, rather than someone Guiffre had herself previously named to her. Even though this is Churcher providing informal advice rather than working on a new story, the implications of a journalist advising a source about whom they might derive benefit from accusing are troubling.

            The story continues:

            Churcher, who no longer works at the Mail on Sunday, declined to comment.

            Similarly, a new longer piece in the Washington Post on Dershowitz’s feud with Guiffre’s lawyer David Boies covers the same ground, and we’re told that

            Churcher did not respond to a request for an interview.

            However, although Church may be reticent about being part of the story, she’s still writing about the Epstein scandal – such as in the Sun, where she’s proudly bylined as “Sharon Churcher, Journalist who broke the story”.

            The released cache also shows that Guiffre, when interviewed in a 2016 deposition, disputed a number of statements attributed to her by Churcher in 2011. As noted by Courthouse News:

            The sweeping interview, only 20 pages of which appear in a newly unsealed exhibit, takes Giuffre through a list of statements attributed to her by Mail on Sunday reporter Sharon Churcher.

            Asked by an attorney to identify whether any of the Churcher statements were inaccurate, Giuffre put check marks next to about a dozen bombshells, clarifying details such as who saw President Bill Clinton get into a “huge black helicopter” with accused Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell.

            …“Donald Trump never flirted with me,” Giuffre said. “Then the next sentence is, ‘He’d laugh and tell Jeffrey, “you’ve got the life.”’ I never said that to her.”

            Law & Crime, meanwhile, picks out a few further details:

            In the deposition, Giuffre disagreed with reporter Churcher’s reference to herself as a “pedophile’s dream.”

            “I said something along the line like . . . ‘the pedos loved me because I would do everything that they wanted for them,’” Giuffre said in the deposition. “But do I think that — yeah, I — I know [Churcher] made that line up herself, the pedos — pedophile’s dream.”

            According to Connie Bruck in the New Yorker, Guiffre says that “Churcher showed her pictures of prominent men in Epstein’s circle”, and Giuffre “identified some of those she’d had sex with”. There is no indication that Churcher included any unrelated photos in order to test for false positives.

            Guiffre of course did later accuse Dershowitz, and she explains the Churcher email by suggesting that the journalist had simply forgotten this. According to Bruck:

            Giuffre told me, “I can’t say what she was thinking, but I think she threw Alan into it forgetting that I had already mentioned him, even informed her of the experiences I had with him.”


            Doesn’t that line by the journalist say something? “We all suspect Alan is a pedo and tho no proof of that, you probably met him when he was hanging out with JE.”

            However it would be quite wrong to point the finger at what we call here the tabloid press (on the Continent they call it ‘the boulevard press), which would be the low-brow, popular press. The so-called serious papers (which HItchens calls ‘the unpopular press’) are just as bad, if not worse. I do not think any of them manage not to get swept along with the witch hunts. On the contrary they, and the broadcast media, are enthusiastic participants, and it does not matter much who is demonized.

            The other day in England liar and fantasist Carl Beech (known as ‘Nick’ among other pseudonyms) was gaoled for fifteen years for perverting the course of justice. He had made up wild allegations about a top-level paedophile ring including a former prime minister (Edward Heath), home secretary (Leon Brittan) and chief of the armed forces (Lord Bramall) as well as the heads of the secret services. These involved the ritual murder and mutilation of young boys. It was all obvious rubbish but (and this is the thing) the police described the absurd claims as ‘credible and true’. Bramall was frail and very old and his wife was seriously ill with cancer yet his home was searched under the public spotlight. Beech had, naturally, made his first accusation against Jimmy Savile in the hysteria following Jimmy’s death, when the police had announced that ”the victim will be believed’, an invitation to the liars, cranks and insane (and their lawyers). Very many people believe to this day that Edward Heath (to give just one example) was a paedophile. This is a disgusting and wicked thing. Here is a rare piece of proper journalism about the subject, from Private Eye:

            I have had countless online exchanges on this subject. One of the last responses I received read, “Sean Coleman That is one of the most astonishing replies I have ever seen. You should be deeply ashamed.” And yet none of these people, for all their outrage (of course it is because of their outrage) have a clue what they are talking about. They know as close to nothing as makes no difference. And yet they KNOW these insane stories are true! Except for the most seriously deluded it is impossible to defend these views once you have looked at the evidence, even just a little bit. So they avoid looking at the arguments and the evidence. I think they enjoy the fantasies too much to give them up.

            To cling obstinately to such delusions is a grave sin.

        • Majella August 18, 2019 at 10:02 pm #

          ” twern’t”…correctly ‘t’weren’t”…

  70. FincaInTheMountains August 17, 2019 at 4:07 pm #

    World War of the Roses by Bird Eye View. P 2.

    In a previous post, I tried to bring together well-known facts confirming my hypothesis about the centuries-old existence of anti-Christian sects in Europe, whose appearance on the surface of public life at the end of the Middle Ages and at the Beginning of the New Time is directly related to the articulation of the Black World Project as the main anti-Christian force in the modern world.

    But the history of these sects began long before the articulation of the Black World Project and goes back centuries, at the time of the birth of the Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

    These religions are united by a “theory”, or rather Abraham’s insight that man is an image and likeness of God and therefore stands above all other creatures, including angels and archangels, but because of this he has “free will” – the ability to act contrary to the will of God.

    Moreover, these very actions contrary to the will of God, including the very first of them – eating an apple from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil – are the primary source of evil.

    And all that objectively exists or rather having its own ontological being, was created by the Lord God.

    Which actually became the reason to unite Judaism, Christianity and Islam into a separate group and call it Abrahamic monotheism, but this happened already in the New Age and is connected with a change in the thinking of all mankind under the influence of the ideas of Isaac Newton, about which I wrote in a previous post of this cycle and which became the primary source of the so-called scientific and technological revolution.

    Abrahamic monotheism fundamentally distinguishes Judaism, Christianity and Islam, or, as the Gnostics often call them Semitic religions, from the so-called Aryan religions, for example Zoroastrianism, which consider Evil to be a creative force that has taken the same part in the creation of the world (Universe) as Good.

    Aryan religions obliged a person to fight on the side of Good against Evil, despite the fact that the destruction of Evil is inseparable from the destruction of the World, one of the creators of which Evil is.

    Moreover, Good has created the Spirit, and Evil the matter, and Aryans are those who are on the side of the Spirit against Matter. And despite this fundamental difference in the Ancient (Antique) World, religious Aryans were allies of religious Semites (Jews) in the struggle against the Satanists-Amalekites, and the Book of Esther is about this – the “union” of the Jews personified by Mordecai and the Zoroastrians personified by Ahasuerus against the Amalek (Satanists) personified by Haman.

    The situation changed after the advent of Christianity, since the very idea of the Incarnation contradicts the basic idea of the Aryan religions, being from their point of view a mixture of Good and Evil, Spirit and Matter, and this gave rise to countless heresies proclaiming moral relativism and the death of God (Good) ala Nietzsche and made Aryan religions the primary source of moral relativism.

    An even greater ideological confusion was caused by the fact that on the eve of the birth of Christ, the Jewish King Hyrcanus conquered Petra and forced the Amalekites to accept Judaism, which in itself is a rejection of Judaism, requiring three times to push away someone who wants to go through the Giyur (Conversion to Judaism) if he (she) is not Jewish by blood.

    Rome took advantage of this, and, having conquered Judea, made the Amalekites converted to Judaism the Jewish kings (Herods), and the Sadducees the most influential group in the Sanhedrin, where he, in the person of Pontius Pilate, sent Christ for trial.

    So Titus Vespasian destroyed the Temple, which the Amalekite Herod rebuilt so thoroughly that there is no reason to consider it Jewish, except that Christ went into it and expelled the merchants from it.

    Truly mysterious are the Ways of the Lord, but it was this confusion at the boundary of the Ancient World and the Middle Ages that has become clear now, as if spotlighting such carefully intricate intrigues of sects consisting of people who became to love evil like the Fourth Crusade and the War of the Roses.

    Even the above-described act of King Hyrcanus begins to look providential, since it was thanks to it that the possibility of salvation opened up even for Satanists, unless of course they sincerely repent of their Satanism, which they officially abandoned under King Hyrcanus.

    Another thing is that after Judaism ceased to be the ruling religion, the majority of the Amalekites ceased to practice Judaism and created the very sects that were declared Christian Gnostics in modern times.

    It should be noted that in ancient Rome, the basis of its power was Roman morality, described in particular by Seneca, which made the Romans hate the neighbors of Judaism in the Middle East – the Phoenician and Moabite religions that gave rise to Carthage.

    These religions can be considered devil-worshipers, since the primary source of the term “Devil” is undoubtedly Baal, the supreme deity in these religions, which should not be confused with the Satanism of the Amalekites, in particular Satan, described in the book of Job, a slanderer, a man-hater, and I would even say anti-Semite, but in no way is he an adversary of God, and Baal, according to the logic of Carthage, was an adversary of the invisible God who appeared to Moses on Mount Sinai in the form of a burning bush.

    It is extremely difficult to understand the cultural interactions between Satanists and Devil worshipers, but History itself has already done this, since in the Middle Ages this truly diabolical mixture came into interaction with Germanic religions, which are unreasonably considered pagan.

    As a result of this interaction, they united in the course of the anti-Christian and anti-Roman conspiracy, which was called “The Great Conspiracy” in English historiography and the completely inadequate name in Russian historiography – “The Battle of Hadrian’s Wall “.

    Inadequate because this battle was fought across Europe, forcing Emperor Theodosius the Great to proclaim Christianity the state religion of the Roman Empire.

    It was then that these sects moved to the underground, periodically leaving the underground at critical moments in history, and then their rituals such as pedophilia and cannibalism shocked mankind, especially when it became clear that they had performed them before, controlling peoples and countries from underground.

    The fact of the matter is that it is these rituals that the Satanists and Devil worshipers consider the source of power of the Deep State, that is, the state in the underground.

    And when (if) Trump, after the fire on Losharik, ordered the arrest of registered pedophile Epstein, he declared war on these sects, since if the fire on Losharik was a diversion of these sects, the purpose of which was the death of Vladimir Putin, then, as subsequent events showed, the arrest of Epstein was quite comparable in its influence on geopolitics with such an attempt, and the discovery on the computer of Huma Abedin of the Clinton video, forcing the director Comey to announce the resumption of the investigation of her crimes and leading to her losing the election in 2016.

    The fire on Losharik occurred on July 1, it was announced that this fire destroyed half the elite of the Russian submarine fleet on July 2, a state of emergency in the United States and Europe was declared on July 3, and Epstein was arrested on July 6 – I do not believe in such coincidences.

    And then Epstein’s death in the cell is either a demonstration of power by the Deep State and the declaration of the dictatorship of these sects ala Iron Heel, totally depriving Trump of power, or Trump’s declaration of not just war on these sects, but war on annihilation if Epstein’s “death” is in reality Epstein’s transfer to the witness protection program.

    To be continued…

    • K-Dog August 17, 2019 at 5:54 pm #

      Epstein’s death:

      The Sin and the Hang of it

      • elysianfield August 17, 2019 at 10:29 pm #

        Epstein’s death:

        The Sin and the Hang of it


  71. FincaInTheMountains August 17, 2019 at 7:28 pm #

    American Millennial version of Satanism

    • Travis August 17, 2019 at 9:38 pm #

      I know this guy, not in real life but have watched him enough over the years to know where he’s coming from. He’s a civic nationalist and supported Trump in 2016 and it sounds like he will again in 2020.

      Oh, and he’s also far more intelligent than you.

      • FincaInTheMountains August 17, 2019 at 11:22 pm #

        Thanks, I was wondering what kind of idiots compose his sizable – 380,000 – audience.

        • Travis August 18, 2019 at 9:54 am #

          Like I said he is far more intelligent than you, and probably young enough to be your grandson. You’ll be happy to know he’s not an “anti-semite”, since that is so important to you. FincalnMountZion.

          I doubt you even listened to his video so you probably don’t know that like most people who say they are satanists he doesn’t believe in a deity named satan. He’s an atheist. Oh and BTW, Satanists haven’t been doing the ritual killings over the years. They aren’t the threat. No that would be YOUR people. The Tribe has caused an ocean of blood to flow from its victims over the multiple centuries. Along with their kissing cousins the Freemasons.

  72. BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 9:02 pm #

    What’s the mix up in Portland, Oregon all about?

    I notice one side is flying American flags, the other side has hoisted the hammer and sickle.

    Who’s who?


    • Travis August 17, 2019 at 9:36 pm #

      The Proud Boys and I think a few other Patriot groups were having a rally today in Portland and then Antifa came to counter it.

      I think you can guess which side was displaying the hammer and sickle.

  73. Travis August 17, 2019 at 9:43 pm #

    NYT Editor: After Failure of Our Russia Mania Plan A to Get Trump, We’ve Launched Our Racism Mania Plan B

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 4:17 am #

      Race is a very important tool and weapon for the institutional Left. Diversity is the ammunition. Take away diversity and you disarm them.

  74. K-Dog August 17, 2019 at 9:53 pm #

    The Zing and the Zang of it.

  75. Pucker August 17, 2019 at 9:57 pm #

    It’s called “Trade War”.

  76. BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 10:09 pm #

    Good News!!!

    in northern New Jersey, 3 million sq ft American Dream megamall scheduled to open next month!

    “The megamall, built by Canadian developer Triple Five, will include a Nickelodeon, Universe theme park, Dream works, water park, profesional size skating rink, indoor ski slopes, and of course shopping. Participating retailers include Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys New York, Tiffany and Company, H&M, Zara and Uniqlo”.

    It seems its a little late in the game for a new ‘Megamall’, does it not. One of the retailers listed, Barneys New York, filed for bankruptcy a few weeks ago. And as this mall is located in Newark, I don’t know that the skating rink or the ski slopes will get much of a workout, Newark residents not being known for their enthusiastic participation in winter sports. Indoor malls in these parts are struggling, known more for gang fights and loitering vagrants than anything else.


    I wonder what will become of this American Dream Megamall?

    • BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 10:22 pm #

      Q, this American Dream Megamall must be near you.

      I have to ask, will you be going to the Grand Opening?

      Prizes will be handed out at the door.


      • malthuss August 17, 2019 at 10:36 pm #

        Great column! I would also recommend Duchesne’s sobering Canada In Decay: Mass Immigration, Diversity, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians.
        I have been to Toronto about 10 times in the past 30 years, and every time I go the city looks wearier for the multiculturalism–diversity which it has brought on itself. It was an amazing place to visit back in the early 90s.
        High-IQ immigrants from China, India, etc, will not really help to create any kind of cohesive society, and will take the jobs of dumber whites.

        As far as selecting “high grade” migrants (a policy which is apparently being eroded) we have simply invited a higher level of competition.
        That’s fine if you’re a soulless multinational, but doesn’t serve the needs of Canadians. It’s the introduction of new subspecies. (Hey Phil, the dandelions are doing great.) which disrupts the ecology. We are already becoming a lower-trust and less coherent country. As Prime Minister trudeau would have it, we are a “post-national state” and hence the state is built to serve the globe, not the people of Canada.

        You need to spend time in Vancouver (been there, done that) where in fact it is the Asians and the Dot Indians who are the most violent and murderous.
        Surrey (should be called curry) is a cesspool.
        Burnaby is a dump.
        Vancouver is a shithole and Richmond is China east. .. They hate us. They will never integrate. They only want dominion over us.

        Don’t fool yourself into thinking because you don’t see it or hear that it isnt so. Liberal policies dictate the agenda and MSM dictates the narrative.

        You’ve never actually been to the areas in Canada transformed by this mass immigration. “Selecting for high IQ migrants” isn’t so. Canada gets plenty of low IQ third worlders who’ve turned previously nice areas into dangerous, crime-ridden slums. Even the high IQ ones like Chinese have their own crime which includes smuggling in deadly drugs like fentanyl and variants.
        The crime rate increase and foreigners being the lion’s share is of course, just like everywhere else, what whites get blamed for. Whites also get blamed for the fact these people end up in prison more often, but the government has this one weird trick of never publishing crime statistics with a racial breakdown so the unfalsifiable claim of whites doing a racism being the culprit of this disparity is never really challenged, but since it’s part of top-down state propaganda the ignorant masses “know” that it must be true.

        2031 sounds about right, maybe plus 5 to 10 years. The government’s own projections about a decade ago was Whites as an absolute minority by 2036 (down from 99% in the 1960s census numbers),

        and immigration has ramped up since then. Most of the people they bring in are either foreigners who draw more than they put in, or are very corrupt and take advantage of all sorts of things in a fraudulent fashion which lead to the breakdown of a high trust society, for example new rich Chinese who then also use the welfare systems since they don’t declare their financial status.

        • Majella August 18, 2019 at 9:41 pm #

          The Canadian immigration system is a mystery to me too. For example, a New Zealander (fellow Commonwealth citizen) has significant hoops to jump through just to get a limited working visa, while an Australian (and there’s many a ratbag in THAT lot!) have visa-free unlimited working access. A passport is all that’s needed.

      • Q. Shtik August 17, 2019 at 11:20 pm #

        Q, this American Dream Megamall must be near you. – BRH


        Google tells me it’s 35.2 miles away. I won’t be going regardless of distance.

        • BackRowHeckler August 17, 2019 at 11:43 pm #

          OK well, you’re missing a good time.

          Planning for the American Dream Megamall began in 1987.

          $1.7 billion and 32 years later, here we are.

          Apparently the State of New Jersey kicked in a good amount of money to keep the project going, your money, Q. There were many delays, indictments, jail sentences handed down, promises made, mob involvement, union actions, lawsuits, worthless bonds hawked … standard business practice in the NYC metro area.


          • GreenAlba August 18, 2019 at 10:21 am #

            You’d think after all that effort they could have made it look less like something a five-year-old put together with Lego.

        • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 3:19 am #

          I was interested since it seemed so ludicrous. The American Dream Megamall. But the link totally says what is going on. There is a map and this thing is close to Manhattan. Five miles from Times Square for Trumps’ sake. The 1% need a mall. Case closed, and that’s the Gin and the Jang of it.

  77. JohnAZ August 18, 2019 at 12:50 am #

    Just a reminder to all the Estulin readers.

    Saving the USA economy and jobs market may be the destruction of the world markets. A lot of really bad news coming from Europe. Maybe these parasites of the US will have to make it on their own. Too bad they let in so many welfare cases to break their banks.

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 4:02 am #

      Most of the world hates us anyway. Some may have good reasons to. Others simply hate just because, and they always will. So our salvation may be anothers’ destruction. But that doesn’t make salvation any less important to reach or pursue. What’s happening in Europe is simply an omen of what is to come here if we continue on the same road we are on now. I rather think its too bad they let them in, rather than, its too bad they let in so many welfare cases.

      • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 10:04 am #

        Time to dissolve NATO then and let Western Europe provide for its own national security. With their ragtag populations of African migrants, worshippers of Allah and white teenage Devil worshippers, we’ll see what kind of national armies they can cobble together ro challenge diciplined Russian Marines.

        Haha, in France ‘French’ soldiers demand more Muslim chaplains and orders be given in Arabic, not French. Macron, consulting with his wife/grandmother and black homosexuals living in his mansion, readily agrees to all demands, after all the ‘French’ troops needed to be kept happy.


  78. KesaAnna August 18, 2019 at 3:24 am #

    ” Like they can’t give you a coherent or credible reason why war with Spain in 1898 was necessary ,

    or why war with Austria – Hungary in 1917 was necessary. ”

    ” Credible reasons? There was money to be made and an empire to expand. Those are the only two reasons for all of this insanity. ”

    Sure .

    — but now say that about 1941.

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 3:51 am #

      Good point. That was all about profits for blood and the expansion of empire too. But that doesn’t make for good story telling so instead it was (wink wink) really all about saving our most cherished friends and heroically destroying the new incarnation of Attila the Hun.

    • AKlein August 18, 2019 at 7:10 am #

      The German word for war is “Krieg”. Often, in German, the way to make a verb, specifically the infinitive, is to add an “-en” the the root. Of note, the word “kriegen” means “to get”. Says it all.

  79. SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 3:43 am #

    I guess when everything is said and done it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that our society has devolved to the point where truth doesn’t necessarily have to be anchored in what most people agree is reality. Every person is entitled to their truth or truths apparently and reality itself can be whatever you want it to be. Add to this the whole concept that our culture absolutely and always must be multicultural and multiethnic and is there any doubt you will end up with a multitude of competing and conflicting truths? I can’t imagine anything else but more of the same and then some since our future is destined to be even more multicultural and multiethnic. If we were more similar and shared a common culture and thus truth there would be more peace in society. There’s no way to avoid it or get around it.

    • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 11:08 am #

      Check out the new educaton guidelines in the State of California, seems to be something lifted out of an Orwell novel.

      Math: “If White Supremacist US Army units murdered 500 brave Mexicans in the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836, and 6 ‘Zoot Suiters’ were assualted by White Supremacist Sailors on leave in LA in 1944, plus two Drag Queens disappeared in Oakland in 1970, suspected victims of White Supremacy, how many victims of White Supremacy does that add up to? There are no wrong answers”.

      New math, California style,

      One question not asked “How many pounds of human feces are dumped onto the streets of LA and SF, each day, and what strains of Hepatitis are in the piles”?


      • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 12:15 pm #

        That q would be in the science dept, if they still have a science dept

      • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

        Speaking of California, have you heard about the gender unicorn dust up? Yep, there is such a thing. And gender spectrum coordinator is an actual job title too. I’m sure the gender spectrum coordinators will solve California’s homeless crises and that they are deeply and genuinely interested in doing so..

        • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 2:29 pm #

          I wonder what that job pays, SSL,?


          About $125,000 per year.

          Big Queers strategy was to infiltrate the public schools and in some parts of the country they have succeeded. How surprised will they be when the whole project backfires on them?


          • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 8:40 pm #

            And isn’t that a shame! That’s $125,000 that could be used to rehabiltate the homeless and yet it is wasted on this. It’s actually a very sad thing indeed. And I am sure the homeless shantytowns are getting bigger and bigger by the day.

  80. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 3:59 am #

    Are you going to Portland to rumble?

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 4:07 am #

      Are you driving lol? Didn’t seem to be much rumbling happening from what I could tell.

  81. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 4:09 am #

    “My personal suggestion was All the News That’s Fit to Print for Angry, Hysterical Women and Their Intersectional Allies, since The New York Times is now an advocacy rag,….”

    Can one of you erudite CFNers please send me a link to a video of an angry hysterical woman?

    Thank you.

    • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 12:05 pm #

      Erudite I’ll bite. I’ve been listening to a podcast. A black woman is walking up to random white men and confronting them about what they think about their white privilege. The ones who start out being nice to her she considers ‘dishonest’ and not in touch with real feelings.

      It is not a video, just a podcast, but it might work for you. Let me know.

      • Q. Shtik August 18, 2019 at 3:42 pm #

        A black woman is walking up to random white men and confronting them about what they think about their white privilege. – K-Dog


        I would have told her how thankful I am to possess white privilege…
        and tall privilege
        and healthy privilege
        and right-handed privilege
        and handsome privilege (according to my wife)
        and all those privileges and advantages that fell by chance in my lap without having been earned.

        Would she suggest I be ashamed?

  82. KesaAnna August 18, 2019 at 4:19 am #

    ” “Blacks have got real, material gripes.”

    In 1960 I would heartily agree with that comment. 2019…not so much. In the approx. 60 years since 1960, trillions have been spent, much on their material welfare…to little benefit of them or any other citizen. ”

    I would agree , except that I would say the same , or much worse , about whites.

    I vividly recall telling middle class whites in 1985 , in the midst of a largely white working class being gutted , that the same would soon enough be visited on them. And I was blithely brushed off.

    How many trillions had been spent on their material welfare ?

    And , arguably , the sacrifices required to have saved their country in 1985 would have been trivial.

    Yet , it sure seems to this person , who has never liked your country , that the undoing of their country and their race bothered me a hell of a lot more than it did them.

    I don’t much care for American Black culture to be honest .

    But then ………how much of that culture is even African ? Maybe 10% , to be generous ?

    It seems to me that it is rather largely a knock – off of white culture .

    So if it is offensive , perhaps that is rather only because it is less subtle and euphemistic.

    As long as the sky was raining cheeseburgers and Harley Davidson’s , and the streets were paved with gold , white Americans were perfectly content to fuck their own country , and fuck their own race.

    That’s how i remember it anyway.

    • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 12:28 pm #

      Your mourning for times past is premature.

      Friday I leave work for my weekend and I pass the Last Chance Tavern. The last Chance is across an oncoming lane of traffic and the curb in front has a tightly packed row of Harleys a hundred feet long with about a dozen hefty big fellas in blue jeans and leather vests milling about the sidewalk. I am stopped at a red waiting for a light to turn. My Mercedes gleans clean and black in the evenings’ orange glow.

      Ahead of me is a bridge. It has the pastel glow of the setting sun. I look over to the Last Chance and I wonder to myself how far ahead of them I’d be if I rolled down my window, gave them my middle finger and screamed out. ‘This is for you motherfuckers’ and then jammed the gas pedal to the floor.

      Don’t remember America, live it. America is still here.

      • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 1:22 pm #

        Even an ignorant (young) dog understands that if he plays with serpents he will be bitten…eventually. Old dogs know better, and that’s why they are allowed to get old.

      • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 3:07 pm #

        Were any of those MC dudes wearing MAGA hats?

        Its these Harley riders who provide President Trump with his Proletarian muscle.

        Got a problem with that?


        • K-Dog August 19, 2019 at 2:47 am #

          No hats just bandanas and about:

          ‘these Harley riders who provide President Trump with his Proletarian muscle.

          Not here. This would have been a mixed crowd united more by oil, iron, and live music than anything else. Live music being the key here. A key that puts the average income in the Chance far above the income of your average biker no doubt. If they support Trump it is for the same reason Democrats do, because there is something in it for them.

          And don’t even say Democrats don’t support Trump. If they did not support him, Trump would have been impeached by now five times over.

          The Last Chance is half a mile from the first avenue south bridge. Had I got across the bridge before they could mount up a chase I might have lost myself in the burbs of White Center before they could catch up.

          The Last Chance itself is an interesting place. I eat lunch there sometimes. It has great chili; and while I don’t know the details I believe it is women owned. They get by with it because they have lots of tattoos. I love to get my Ray Bradbury on when I am there.

        • K-Dog August 19, 2019 at 2:49 am #

          Of course there is nothing in it for them really, but when it comes to bullshit, Trump has game!

    • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 1:19 pm #

      Yes, Whites have taken even more, but that is another issue as they do not have(yet) the culture of victimization that corrodes black culture. I would suggest that living in close proximity to a group of freshly arrived blacks from the Congo would be preferable (save the inevitable culture shock) to living in a ghetto that has “Americanized blacks”. I have lived in the ghetto, but always found the odd African Black somewhat civil.

  83. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 4:25 am #

    The Hong Kong people call Li Kai Shing “Superman”.

    I once had a girl in China call me “Superman”. I replied incredulously: “I’m not Superman. You must have me confused with someone else?”

  84. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 4:39 am #

    What was the name of Hy Tyler’s mountain retreat in Bavaria, the “Ober Zaltzberg”?

    Do you think that this might be a good, appealing name for a White Trash trailer park in some remote boondocks tornado alley in Oklahoma? Like bowling pins….

    Do you remember when people used to go bowling? I think that bowling used to be a big cover activity for Homosexuals and blokes cheating on their wives….

  85. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 5:30 am #

    What about emigrating to Iceland?

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 1:23 pm #

      It’s fun to day dream about. After all, it is the land of fire and ice. Are you planning a move?

  86. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 5:54 am #

    If one wants to boycott America goods, then he /she should shop at Walmart, right?

    Where are we re: that bloke who shot up the Mexicans at the El Paso Walmart? I recall several local TV news interviews with English-speaking Mexicans at the crime scene who recalled seeing a shooter wearing black clothes and a black mask which didn’t match the description of the white bloke who may be a patsy? The Mexican Eye-witnesses had no reason to lie and their memories were “fresh”.

  87. Pucker August 18, 2019 at 6:19 am #

    President Wilson sold American intervention in WWI as a duty “To Make the World Safe for Democracy”. This is a bit ironic since there was not much that was particularly “democratic” about the scale of the wanton waste of human lives and the cavalier slaughter and abuse of the European populations by their ostensibly “democratic” governments. White Privilege….

    WWI was the first modern use of widespread propaganda by governments to manipulate and to abuse their civilian populations, particularly by the British government. Historians conjecture that over fertilization of propaganda in the minds of the civilian population may have poisoned the well and thereby made impossible a “Just Peace”, which paved the way to Hy Tyler and the Na…zi’s.

    The Chinese government’s overuse of propaganda appears to have made any kind of rational commercial negotiation between the US and China in the ongoing “Trade War” impossible. Total ClusterFuck….

  88. FincaInTheMountains August 18, 2019 at 8:04 am #

    Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free

    Whose statue stands in the New York Harbor?

    Astarte is the Hellenized form of the Middle Eastern goddess Astoreth (Northwest Semitic), a form of Ishtar (East Semitic), worshipped from the Bronze Age through classical antiquity.

    The name is particularly associated with her worship in the ancient Levant among the Canaanites and Phoenicians. She was also celebrated in Egypt following the importation of Levantine cults there. The name Astarte is sometimes also applied to her cults in Mesopotamian cultures like Assyria and Babylonia.

    Among the Phoenicians, Astarte was the wife of the sky god Baal.

    • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 2:03 pm #

      It’s always been an impossible proposition as you already know too well. So the bigger question is why was it foisted upon us? The Constitution doesn’t say anything about give me your tired, and your poor, etc. And look at what damage this cliche has done in practice. It’s insidious and fatal.

    • Travis August 19, 2019 at 9:14 am #

      Now on this I totally agree with you Mr. Fincaln.

  89. malthuss August 18, 2019 at 8:37 am #

    Mayor does not like Free Speech, sides w antifuck

    Mayor Ted Wheeler, a Democrat, said such far-right organizations were “impacting the entire nation” by targeting women, minorities and immigrants with hate speech.

    “If they’re going to come out here every single month until we do whatever they think” it would cost taxpayers millions of dollars for law enforcement, he said during the news conference.

    The threat to return to Portland on a regular basis “feeds in to that sense of fear,” Wheeler said.

    “We do not want them here in my city, period,” he said.

    • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 10:32 am #

      Check out the 1619 Project mag insert in today’s NYTs, seems to be designed to excaberate the ‘Hate Whitey’ fervor sweeping the USA. Very timely you have to admit. Not a few dumbass young whites, thinking they’re “down with the struggle”, will wander from campus and down into their nearest ghetto to ‘make amends’ ‘for slavery’, and find themselves on the receiving end of black fists — or worse — due to the rancor and hatred stirred up by the ‘1619 Project’.

      I knew something was up after reading the first few paragraphs, the gist of it. No mention of Arab slave trading out of Zanzibar 4th century — 1890, 40 million Africans poached, or that the 30 Africans landing in Jamestown in 1619 were captured from a Spanish slave ship in the Caribbean by English pirates, and Jamestown was the nearest English port in a hemisphere controlled by the Portugese and Spanish empires. No mention that of the 12 million black Africans brought west, only about 355,000 of them came into what’s now the US. African slavery is presented as something unique to the United States. If I didn’t know better I’d think the NYT had some sort of agenda they were pursuing.


      • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 11:53 am #

        If I didn’t know better I’d think the NYT had some sort of agenda they were pursuing.

        Heavens to Murgatroyd, say it ain’t so. Could it have anything to do with POWER? The Sin and the Sang of it. It would be so much better if they told the truth and acted like it was real.

        • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 12:11 pm #

          “Heavens to Murgatroyd”

          Kdog , doesn’t that phrase come from an old Hanna Barberra cartoon from back in the day? But which one? I like it.

          Kdog, has the street fighting spread to Seattle yet?

          And what’s with all the political lunacy in the Northwest US? (Where you live) I mean there is nothing new about it, isn’t that where John Reed grew up and where the communist brigades were raised to fight in the Spanish Civil War? One of my favorite novels, Ken Kesey’s ‘Sometimes a Great Notion’, deals with this question to a certain extent.


          • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 12:33 pm #


          • K-Dog August 18, 2019 at 1:11 pm #

            Walter Lippmann went one way and John Reed went another. They were at Harvard together.

            Did Reed have Sumerian lizard blood? Ask Finca. It is obvious Lippmann did and maybe it is just a matter of degree? How much you have.

          • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 1:31 pm #

            ” One of my favorite novels, Ken Kesey’s ‘Sometimes a Great Notion’, deals with this question to a certain extent.”

            Did you see the movie? Shot within 50 miles of where I sit. It accurately describes the zeitgeist of SW Oregon’s loggers, to some extent.

            Did not care for the movie, especially Fonda’s rendition.

            “Snagglepuss”…Warner Bros.

          • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 2:21 pm #


            John Reed, Blue Blood Bolshevik like afore mentioned Pete Seeger, could have used a few pints of that Sumerian Lizard Blood when he was dying in agony in Petrograd, denied medical care by Commissar G Zinoviev, an early example of Russian revolutionary distrust of foreigners, even sympathetic foreigners.


          • Majella August 18, 2019 at 6:06 pm #

            “Exit…Stage Left!”

          • K-Dog August 19, 2019 at 3:08 am #

            Zinoviev did not deny him medical care. Zinoviev wanted his puppet alive. Nobody was supposed to contract typhus.. Sometimes shit just happens. Like the American embargo on medical supplies that killed Reed by preventing drugs from getting to him.

            Zinoviev himself was lacking in lizard blood as evidenced by his own execution by the Supreme Sumerian Lizard Lordman Joseph Stalin years later. The trial of the sixteen, the first Stalin show trial marked the start of the Great Soviet Terror. Zinoviev was one of the sixteen but a day after the trial was over; Zinoviev became one of the zeros. That is the math of death.

      • Janos Skorenzy August 18, 2019 at 12:04 pm #

        And there won’t be a word about the Jewish slavers. And you’re down with that part of the struggle.

        • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 12:27 pm #


          Everybody knows about Spanish and Portugese Jewish involvement in the slave trade, not only out of Newport RI but in the Caribbean and the northern coast of SAmerica. As merchants in the new world they dealt in all kinds of commodities, gold, silver, spices, sugar, logwood, slaves, the list goes on and on.

          They were out to make a buck like everyone else in that time. Read Bernard Baryns ‘The Barbarous Years’, gives a good picture of the Atlantic slave trade in the 17th century.


      • JohnAZ August 18, 2019 at 1:19 pm #

        One of the falsehoods about Whitey is that he is the root of all evil in the US, he is violent and a racist etc etc.

        Malarkey. If that were true, Whitey would have knocked the hell out of the minorities a hundred years ago, would’ve built the wall 50 years ago, would never have passed the civil rights laws, would never had condemned the Right wingers, would never have let immigrants other than Europeans into the country.

        Those terrible White guys, give me a break. Stop listening to the MSM bullshit!

        • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 2:19 pm #

          In other words it would have been evil for Whites to do what’s necessary to preserve the country as founded. I see. And I guess that’s why we are where we are now. Because in the end we were “good”. For some reason it doesn’t seem very rewarding.

          • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 3:28 pm #

            High strangeness in Iserlohn, Germany, 2 people stabbed to death at the train station in the middle of the day, German media doesn’t release name of stabber.

            Also yesterday people stabbed to death at the Hague and in Barcelona. Again, who are the stabbers? Its a secret. Well we know they aren’t White Supremacists, because if that was the case it would be announced in 3″ headlines. Don’t worry, reporters are out there digging for the truth.

            Additional people carved up in London last week too. Europe has taken to the blade in a big way now that firearms are banned.


          • SoftStarLight August 18, 2019 at 8:53 pm #

            Yeah its really interesting that the violence is ramping up day by day and yet there are no 3″ headlines about the dangers and downsides of out of control immigration. I guess the massive increase in stabbings is just the price that must be paid for progress and social justice.

    • Travis August 19, 2019 at 9:17 am #

      Well malthuss Portland is filled with reactionary lefties who also hate free speech. Oh, sure, they think they are the defenders of free speech. Until someone from the right says something contrary to their viewpoint. Then it’s “hate”. Then they have to be silenced. And of course they neither get the irony nor the hypocrisy.

      Anyway the mayor is doing what his voting base wants.

  90. FincaInTheMountains August 18, 2019 at 10:25 am #

    I’m curious about your hypothesis. Anywhere you can direct me piece it together? I’ve looked around a little, but to no avail. RE the “I’m with her” where of Babylon. Thanks in advance. == MC Hammerabi

    I’ll say right away that, generally speaking, the events and people described in the Holy Scriptures are a stencil that is repeated over and over in history, but naturally secondary circumstances are superimposed on this stencil each time, distorting the purity of the picture, and to the greatest extent this stencil is reproduced at the end of time, realized one-to-one.

    I am talking about the Babylonian Whore, if that was not clear enough.

    Meanwhile, in Washington, the World Civil War, thanks to Stormy Daniels, acquired a bloody-pornographic character, which since the time of Monica Lewinsky, who spit out on a blue dress her anticipation of the barbaric bombing of Serbia, has become the hallmark of Hillary Clinton.

    And all this, in combination with 911, is very consistent not only with the theory of world projects, but also with the Apocalyptic concept of the Babylonian Whore. (Rev. 17:18), as well as with the comments of Isaac Newton on the Book of Daniel and his victory over the founder of financial capital, which became the basis of the religion of Isaac Newton and the main reason for the recognition of his genius, and “Mathematical principles of natural philosophy” played a secondary role in this.

  91. Elrond Hubbard August 18, 2019 at 12:31 pm #

    China’s Ultimate Play For Global Oil Market Control

    “All attention is focused on the twists-and-turns of the very noisy US-Iran dispute in the Persian Gulf, but all the while the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is rapidly and quietly consolidating a dominant presence in the area with the active support of Russia.

    “Beijing, as a result, is fast acquiring immense influence over related key dynamics such as the price of oil in the world market and the relevance of the petrodollar. The PRC and the Russians are capitalizing on both the growing fears of Iran and the growing mistrust of the US. Hence, the US is already the main loser of the PRC’s gambit.

    “The dramatic PRC success can be attributed to the confluence of two major trends:

    “(1) The quality and relevance of what Beijing can offer to both Iran and the Saudi-Gulf States camp; and

    “(2) The decision of key Arab leaders — most notably Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin ‘Abd al-’Aziz al Sa’ud (aka MBS) and his close ally, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan (aka MBZ) — to downgrade their traditional close ties with the US, and reach out to Beijing to provide a substitute strategic umbrella.”

    Well worth reading in full. US control over Middle East oil was always going to end at some point. At the latest, it would end when the oil ran out/was no longer viable to extract. Now it seems Saudi/UAE are close to a pivot to Beijing, because they feel the US can’t be relied on against Iran.

    The article is long and detailed, well worth reading in full. Saudi and UAE are looking at their own long-term survival as Iran pursues being the leading power in the region. MBS and MBZ are thinking they now have better prospects under China’s umbrella than under USA’s wavering commitment. From the article, the main stumbling block is Mister Bone Saw’s reluctance to let go of the benefits he gains from the US relationship, especially his direct line to Trump via Jared Kushner.

    What’s more, China is doing an end-run around US sanctions by buying Iranian oil with renminbi, euros and other non-US dollar currencies, undermining US foreign policy against Iran. Possible results include $30 drop in the price of oil, which could finish off US shale and the delusion of US independence from Middle East oil. The result will be a stark choice: US withdrawal and making the necessary sacrifices for actual energy independence, or a major escalation all over the greater Middle East. Given that choice, think the military-industrial complex will choose to sacrifice itself, or others? I’ll give you one guess.

    • BackRowHeckler August 18, 2019 at 12:49 pm #

      Ok so what?

      What, do you think Canada can stand alone in the west?

      We go down, you go down, so maybe you should start rooting for the home team, Elrond. Its in your best interest.

    • elysianfield August 18, 2019 at 1:34 pm #

      ” US withdrawal and making the necessary sacrifices for actual energy independence”


      Sadly, we will never see that independence, as our oil is sold on the International Market, and we will have to buy our oil back with…dollars.

      The Oil we pump is not ours.

      Ditto yours.

    • Tate August 18, 2019 at 4:10 pm #

      Lots to take away from that article. One conclusion is inescapable, however, if the assertion that Iran has historic aspirations for a Shiite state in eastern Arabia is true (& there’s no reason to doubt it). That is that the UAE’s & SA’s negotiations with Iran do not represent a fundamental change in their relationship to the US but are instead a gambit intended to force the US to abandon back-channel overtures to Iran. To what extent PRC & Russia can take advantage is debatable. The petrodollar regime will end as all such arrangements eventually do, but when is anybody’s guess.

    • Exscotticus August 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm #

      >>> Now it seems Saudi/UAE are close to a pivot to Beijing, because they feel the US can’t be relied on against Iran.

      LOL! So the Saudi/UAE are going to “pivot” to a nation that’s in cahoots with Iran—because they’re worried that the USA won’t stand up to Iran? Does not compute!

      The only time the USA didn’t “stand up” to Iran was under Obama’s appeasement and secret-cargo-planes-of-cash tributary payment program. Trump ended that.

      >>> What’s more, China is doing an end-run around US sanctions by buying Iranian oil

      So the Saudis are going to cozy up to a nation that is financially supporting their adversary? Does not compute!

      Remind us again, how many troops did China send to Operation Desert Shield and Storm? How much Chinese blood was spilled defending Saudis and liberating Kuwait? Who has kept Saudi Arabia safe from all adversaries for the past 60 years? Where has China demonstrated that they’re either willing or capable of taking over the realms as a protectorate?

      Elrond, common sense is your friend.

  92. FincaInTheMountains August 18, 2019 at 2:36 pm #

    World War of the Roses by Bird Eye View. P 3.

    As you understand, reading about pedophiles and sacrificing children on Sunday is not the most gracious exercise, but writing about it even on a weekday is not just hard, but very hard, especially since in order to write a hundred words about it you have to search online and read at least ten times more.

    But in this regard, I want to remind you that Lord God also sacrificed his son almost 2014 years ago, and Abram, becoming Abraham, could feel what it was like to sacrifice his son, and thus establish contact with God the Father, the existence of which Abraham then just guessed when this God asked him to do what God had to do in almost two thousand years.

    And 350 years after this sacrifice, right after the Edict of Milan, which laid the foundations of the Orthodox Empire, among the Jewish authorities of that time, a real discussion started about the meaning of Isaac’s sacrifice, and despite the obvious connection of this issue with Christianity, the Elders of Zion of that time came to the conclusion that it was a refusal from human sacrifices, symbolized by the angel stopping the hand of Abraham, completed the process of separation of Abrahamic religions from idolaters, which, taking into account the geographical location of Abraham and Isaac should be called Devil Worshipers.

    By the way, as the notorious diaries of Hitler showed, little has changed in this geographical location of the world, and the restoration of the state of Israel in some sense returned the world not to the 70th year of our era, when Jerusalem fell and the Second Temple was destroyed, but by four thousand years back at the time of the sacrifice of Isaac, when Israel appeared, just as the collapse of the USSR returned Russia not to 1917, but to 1612, when the Time of Troubles ended.

    True, many believe that the New Time of Troubles only began in 1991 began, and not ended, but as a historical witness, I insist on my point of view.

    By the way, Isaac, who was never sacrificed, gave birth not only to Jacob, who became Israel and the ancestor of all the Tribes of Israel, but also to Esau, the ancestor of the Amalek, that is, the Satanic people.

    That’s what the Bible says about it
    Genesis 25: 19-26
    This is the account of the family line of Abraham’s son Isaac.

    19. Abraham became the father of Isaac,

    20. and Isaac was forty years old when he married Rebekah daughter of Bethuel the Aramean from Paddan Aram and sister of Laban the Aramean.

    21 Isaac prayed to the Lord on behalf of his wife, because she was childless. The Lord answered his prayer, and his wife Rebekah became pregnant.

    22 The babies jostled each other within her, and she said, “Why is this happening to me?” So she went to inquire of the Lord.

    23 The Lord said to her,

    “Two nations are in your womb,
    and two peoples from within you will be separated;
    one people will be stronger than the other,
    and the older will serve the younger.”

    24 When the time came for her to give birth, there were twin boys in her womb.

    25 The first to come out was red, and his whole body was like a hairy garment; so they named him Esau.

    26 After this, his brother came out, with his hand grasping Esau’s heel; so he was named Jacob. Isaac was sixty years old when Rebekah gave birth to them.

    And all Old Testament commentators agreed that these lines mean that the two nations in the womb of Rebekah fight because one of them was originally chosen to serve God, and the other Satan.

    True, Satan in the book of Job is not God’s Opponent, but rather a man-rival, testifying of the sins of people, not daring to harm them without the permission of the Lord.

    Moreover, in the Slavic Bible there is a very important addition to the book of Job, (Gen. 36: 31-35) which proves the origin of the greatest righteous man from Esau – the ancestor of the Amalekites:

    It is interpreted about him in the Book of Cyrus that he lived in the land of Avsididi on the borders of Edom and Arabia: before it was his name Job. Having taken the wife of the Arabian woman, he gave birth to a son, whose name is Ennon. He came from the father of Zaref, the sons of Esau’s son, the mother of Vossora, so that he was the fifth from Abraham. And these kings reigning in Edom, which country he also possessed: the first Balak, son of Beor, and the name of his city is Dennav; after Balak Jobab, called Job; after this Assom, a hegemon from a Femanite country; after him Adad the son of Barad, who defeated Midian in the field of Moab, – and the name of his city was Ghem.

    US wants the Russian “Dead Hand”

    The consequences of a nuclear war between Russia and the United States

    • FincaInTheMountains August 18, 2019 at 2:52 pm #

      Thus, the “suicide” of Jeffrey Epstein in combination with Bill Clinton’s pedo-video and Hillary Clinton’s “snuff-movies” found on the computer of Huma Abedin and her pedophile husband makes us think that these videos show the rituals of the devilish sect, which actually made me to clarify these concepts and collect together historical data on the existence of such sects and such rituals, not only in the New Time, but also in the Middle Ages, and in the Ancient World.

      To be continued

  93. pkrugman August 18, 2019 at 3:19 pm #

    Malthuss on Tolle: “till he ‘gained wisdom’ and made million$.”

    Isn’t this how capitalism works. People freely decide how to spend their capital. Nobody is forcing people to pay Walmart. Nobody is forcing people to pay Tolle. In capitalism you charge what the market will bear. Tolle is smarter than Walmart. He doesn”t even have to give people plastic disposables. Cleaner exchange. More ecological.

    • malthuss August 18, 2019 at 6:18 pm #

      Since when did he have a sign, Tolle, capitalist, pay the toll?

      • pkrugman August 18, 2019 at 6:53 pm #

        The point is nobody has to pay the toll. Take the socialist freeway. You already paid for it, Satchitananda is your birthright. Nobody has to pay anything for it, nor is it even affected by The Long Emergency.

  94. BornToKillPeace August 18, 2019 at 4:16 pm #

    “Little Miss Muffet, sat on her tuffet,. eating her curds and whey;. Along came a spider, Sat down beside her.. and said, “Hey Bitch! What’s in the Bowwwl??? OOOOoo”

    -Andrew Dice Clay

  95. FincaInTheMountains August 18, 2019 at 9:30 pm #

    Epstein’s “suicide” made me think of the well-documented actions of another pedophile – Marshal Gilles de Rais, who killed more than 200 children after raping them in order to evoke a spirit very reminiscent of Baal = the Devil to whom human sacrifices were made in Carthage, Tire, Moab, and Jericho, which in fact became the reason for the Commandment from Above to the soldiers of Joshua to destroy everyone in Jericho “from man to cattle.”

    And the soldiers of the Roman Republic, which for the same reasons destroyed Carthage, followed in the footsteps of Joshua, fighting against the same enemy.

    But initially the reason for this association was that, according to Shakespeare, the War of the Roses began with the news of successes of a French witch named Joan of Arc, who the Catholic Church recently proclaimed a saint, despite the fact that her closest associate was the aforementioned pedophile Gilles de Rais. (She was canonized as a saint of the Roman Catholic Church on 16 May 1920 by Pope Benedict XV in his bull Divina disponente).

    However, now the followers of Marshal Gilles de Rais are already trying their best to whitewash him, in order to twist their finger at anyone’s temple who believes that ritual pedophilia has a long history.

    And then Trump’s reaction to Epstein’s suicide strengthened this association, as the U.S. president also hinted that Epstein’s pedophilia was of ritual nature, and this suppression is either an independent confirmation of this hypothesis, or Trump reads my posts at CFN every day.

    Of course I threw away the second option, and the first made me re-visit the history of medieval France and the castle of Montmorency, in which Marshall de Rais was engaged in pedophilia. And I found not only the organizers of the War of the Roses of the 15th century among friends-comrades-in-arms of Marshal de Rais, but also the creators of the Knights Templar among his ancestors.

    It was these ancestors during the First Crusade that occupied the famous Al-Aqsa mosque under the headquarters of the Order, which stands on the ruins of the Second Temple, rebuilt by King Herod so thoroughly that it contained three statues of the goddess Lilith, about whom Madonna recently sang at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.

    Meanwhile, medieval historians are well aware that it was then that these ancestors of Marshal de Rais started digging something in the courtyard of their headquarters and they did dug something, and it seems that they knew well where to dig in order to find either the Ark of the Covenant, or the aforementioned statues of Lilith.

    And the cult of the Black Madonna that suddenly appeared in Western Europe in the 11th century, about which Rammstein sings in the Deutschland video, makes the second option more likely.

  96. KesaAnna August 18, 2019 at 10:14 pm #

    ” Don’t remember America, live it. America is still here. ”

    To borrow a phrase from Exscottis ;

    Does not compute.

    I’m 55 years old , still single , never had any kids , I’m broke , and in poor health.

    So , altogether , I think my nostalgia is largely neither here , nor there.

    The state of things hardly any problem of mine at all.

    In my view , the longer the United States endures , the more likely North America is to evolve into a fair equivalent of Russia , China , or Brazil.

    Actually , I think that has basically already happened . It is just that , as cosmetics may make a 45 year old woman look a little less like a 45 year old woman , inherited wealth and creative accounting makes North America appear a little less like the Brazil that it is .

    Cold realism and practicality would be to start thinking in terms of North America , or , better yet , its possible subdivisions .

    Discard the United States , it didn’t work out as advertised for little people , which is what you are , Mercedez Benz not withstanding.

    That would hardly be a radical innovation , but rather small and modest.

    But to take the United States as it is , on its terms ?

    The very pinnacle of irrationality.

    Bush ? Clinton ? Obama ? Trump ? It should be obvious that has nothing to do with you and yours.

    • Exscotticus August 18, 2019 at 10:39 pm #

      >>> Bush ? Clinton ? Obama ? Trump ? It should be obvious that has nothing to do with you and yours.

      Popular sentiment of the one-world cabal folk. Doesn’t matter who you vote for; they’re all servants of the Illuminati.

      Except that experience informs us this is not true. Under some leadership, you get taxed more and have your civil liberties curtailed. This is just an undeniable fact. And it doesn’t matter what class you belonged to. For example, Clinton’s “assault weapons” ban didn’t make any exceptions with regard to your geopolitical socioeconomic status. And it didn’t make one whit of difference with regard to crime or gun violence, either.

      If you really feel that voting is a waste of time then don’t vote. No one is forcing you to. Relax. Have a drink (that is, unless progressives decide to try Prohibition again, because it was such a success the first time around).

      • KesaAnna August 19, 2019 at 12:22 am #

        ” Popular sentiment of the one-world cabal folk. Doesn’t matter who you vote for; they’re all servants of the Illuminati. ”

        I’ve never been particularly fond of a Christian cosmology that practically puts Satan front and center , and reduces God to a bit player or even a spear carrier.

        Likewise , though I’m not particularly fond of the Jews , I hardly view Natalie Portman as some sort of super – smart , practically a demi – god , practically a representative of a master race.

        And , near as I can tell , the Illuminati is something of a Duex Et Machina to get around the sticky circumstance that Galileo and Leonardo Da Vinci never quit the Catholic Church.

        ” Clinton’s “assault weapons” ban… ”

        — is , in my view , a kind of misdirection.

        Clinton hates guns so much that he is NOT getting rid of his Secret Service detail.

        Anyway , far , far , far more troubling to me are red flag laws , background checks , registrations , and all such mundane and boring details.

        Someone points out that a psychological term is so vague and nebulous that it could describe anyone , or no one.

        And so the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders grows again by another ten pages , which brings us only to psychological terms that are so numerous and intricate that they could be used to describe anyone , or just as well no one , except that is less obvious now.

        Any way , all of it seems to add up to I trust YOU …….more than YOU do.

        So assault weapons bans are like agonizing over the outhouse burning down , after the house has burned down.

        Near as I can tell , there really is no pro – self defense lobby.

        Near as I can tell , the gun control lobby is something of a Potemkin village. Not really necessary , or serving a point , since Americans don’t really trust , or like , each other anyway.

        ” If you really feel that voting is a waste of time …”

        I do.

        ” Relax. ”

        Funny , I get the impression that actually bothers you a lot more than it does me.

        ” Have a drink (that is, unless progressives decide to try Prohibition again, because it was such a success the first time around). ”

        Tobacco is both a mild stimulant , and at the same time a mild sedative. Which is to say that it is neither intoxicating , nor does it make you a zombie.

        The worst it does is is relieve some pressure on old age pensions and the welfare system in general.

        Yet , it is being equated with strangling your mother.

        At the same time , Marijuana is being de -stigmatized …….sort of .

        near as I can tell , nobody has really given much of a thought as to how that is really supposed to work out.

        My guess would be that they don’t really have a fucking clue.

        Compared to all of that , Prohibition seemed rather mild and reasonable. But that’s me.

        • Exscotticus August 19, 2019 at 10:54 am #

          >>> The worst it does is is relieve some pressure on old age pensions and the welfare system in general.

          Sure—if all you’re doing is chewing it. Then the cancer risk is all yours. But if you’re smoking it, I think there’s a reasonable case to be made with regard to passing the risk of passive smoke onto others. There’s only 50+ years of scientific research behind this—far more established than climate change will ever be.

          >>> At the same time , Marijuana is being de -stigmatized …….sort of.

          How it works is that cannabis can’t be consumed openly or publicly—in any public venue. Not your car, not the top of Old Mt. Smokey, etc.

          >>> My guess would be that they don’t really have a fucking clue.

          See above. Somehow they managed to get a clue without consulting you.

          >>> Compared to all of that , Prohibition seemed rather mild and reasonable. But that’s me.

          Thank god for that.

  97. KesaAnna August 18, 2019 at 11:06 pm #

    ” What, do you think Canada can stand alone in the west? ”

    So ……. better to fall with the West ?

    ” We go down, you go down, so maybe you should start rooting for the home team, ”

    It seems to me that , on the contrary , that’s all the more reason to cut the tie to this loser who is determined to drown.

    This reminds me of an essay Ayn Rand wrote many years ago regarding the subject of foreign aid.

    Her criticism there was that it seemed to be an argument BOTH ways.

    In that case , the argument , on the one hand , is that these people are so poor and helpless that if we don’t help them , they will sink.

    But that looks very much like throwing good money after bad.

    So then comes the argument THE OTHER WAY ;

    If we don’t bribe these people , they will come after us .

    But then it seems that if these people are really so dangerous , then subsidizing them would only make them more dangerous .

    That was basically what she wrote some 50 years ago.

    It seems to me that the interesting thing is that 50 years later the United States has taken the place of Zambia or Afghanistan in framing appeals that are at the same time altruistic and threatening.

  98. pkrugman August 19, 2019 at 12:30 am #

    Denmark is considering a big real estate. They might buy the United States. You might protest they can’t afford it. That is why it would be a big real estate DEAL. You might protest the United States is not for sale, but as hmuller reminds us: “Mexico said the northern half of their country was not for sale in 1845.”

    Of course, Mexico is slowly taking back land taken from Mexico… and, of course, they refused to pay for any wall construction, not that wall could stop La Recoquista.

    Nothing has been able to stop La Reconquista. Obama deported more people than Bush and Trump. He failed.

    Denmark buying the United States might be a solution.

    • SoftStarLight August 19, 2019 at 9:40 am #

      Thank you for confirming your employment with La Raza Janet. I suspected it for quite some time. Particularly, after the tea with MS-13 moment. Now it’s totally clear. Do they pay you per sentence or per word?

  99. pkrugman August 19, 2019 at 1:29 am #

    “No mention of Arab slave trading … African slavery is presented as something unique to the United States.” — brh

    brh, once you get past kinder garden “They did it first” and “They did it, too” cease to be moral defenses. We are Americans. African slavery is our uniquely American original sin which cannot be excused or minimized by pointing to others.

    • KesaAnna August 19, 2019 at 2:03 am #

      “They did it, too” cease to be moral defenses. ”

      well , that’s sorta true.

      Like , telling the policeman , ” you did the same god damned thing five minutes ago ” doesn’t seem to cut any ice.

      But then , unfortunately for those who apparently would have it otherwise , this particular whore does not feel any smaller or lesser compared to that whore with a badge.

    • BackRowHeckler August 19, 2019 at 5:02 am #

      Little Jane

      The hard pressed people in Jamestown in 1619, on the brink of starvation and in a few years nearly wiped out in an indian attack, were not Americans and did not think of themselves as Americans. They were English.


    • SoftStarLight August 19, 2019 at 9:27 am #


  100. KesaAnna August 19, 2019 at 1:46 am #

    ” Kesa,
    Yes, Whites have taken even more, but that is another issue as they do not have(yet) the culture of victimization that corrodes black culture. ”

    No , I think it is the same issue in another costume.

    It seems to me that , generally , a , ” culture of victimization ” is just a round about way of saying give me special privileges.

    — Give me special privileges.

    — a round about way of saying give me special privileges.

    Not a meaningful difference in my view.

    Except , perhaps , that the second may be worse because it is maybe less obvious.

    A guy says , ” I’ll give myself a better deal , and you a lousy deal , because my race is better than yours. ”

    That sucks , true enough , but I imagine it is fairly obvious what is really going on there.

    A guy says , ” I’ll give myself a better deal , and you a lousy deal , because my sex is better than yours. ”

    That sucks , true enough , but I imagine it is fairly obvious what is really going on there.

    But then a guy says , ” I’ll give myself a better deal , and you a lousy deal , because my merit is greater than yours. ”

    Right off the bat that is pretty murky and ambiguous. For example , to prove that he worked no harder or better than I did , I would have to carry around a video camera from birth to death , and the same in his case.
    and then who would care to , or had the time , to wade through all that data ?

    The whole thing is flatly un- falsifiable.

    From the git – go a , ” He said , she said ” scenario.

    It’s quite sufficiently murky and ambiguous as to be quite convenient for anyone to claim they believed it , even if they knew otherwise.

    Sufficiently murky and ambiguous to satisfy the stubbornly naive , or the devotedly self-flattering.

    So I say that meritocracy has not been an alternative to racism , class-ism , or sexism , but in practice has only worked out as an elaboration of those.

    And it seems to me that as white people get poorer , their bitching has , and will, ramp up to match that of blacks in the same boat.

    And it seems to me that as men get poorer , their bitching has , and will, ramp up to match that of women in the same boat.

    though , thanks to innovations like meritocracy, they will never the less be able to claim that it is somehow importantly different … somehow.

    • elysianfield August 19, 2019 at 10:47 am #

      Poor whites seek alms because they, for various reasons, need and want it…few consider alms a right…some do, most don’t.

      Blacks embracing the mantle of victim demand alms because…YOU OWE ME…You fucked me over…ran my daddy off…put us into poverty, we were SLAVES! You “kept us down”, brought guns and dope into our once pristine neighborhoods, etc. etc. etc.

      Remember what Huddy Ledbetter opined…”White man never get the blues, cause he has nothing to worry about”.

  101. KesaAnna August 19, 2019 at 2:32 am #

    ” Whose statue stands in the New York Harbor? ”

    A she who looks like a he ? ^-^