Monday, October 21, 2019

Mitt Romney is a phony

The Atlantic mag has an article on how much Mitt Romney hates Pres. Trump, and how he is just planning for impeachment instead of trying to advance his legislative goals.
To Romney, Trump’s performance as president is inextricably tangled up in his character. “Berating another person, or calling them names, or demeaning a class of people, not telling the truth—those are not private things,” he says, adding: “If during the campaign you pay a porn star $130,000, that now comes into the public domain.” ...

Romney told me that he does not have an abstract definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors,” and that when it comes to identifying impeachable acts, he follows Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s famous standard for defining hard-core porn: “I’ll know it when I see it.” Asked if he’s seen it yet, Romney told me that he’ll make up his mind once he hears all the evidence at the trial: “At this stage, I am strenuously avoiding trying to make any judgment.”
Okay, but what is the real issue here?
“I think people forget I worked for 10 years as a management consultant,” Romney said, referring to his time at Bain & Company. “Which meant I was able to make no decisions, I was able to get nothing done, and I had to try and convince people through a long process.” In retrospect, it seems, he was destined for the U.S. Congress.
No, we all understand that Romney is all talk and no action. He stumbled into some money opportunities, and got rich off of others. His run for the Presidency showed that he had no vision for the job, and no backbone to get anything done against opposition.

The article omits the elephant in the room -- his Mormon religion. His hatred for Trump is similar to that of other Mormons, like Jeff Flake. They cannot articulate it either.

Mormons are like the mirror image of left-wing Jews who hate trump. Both factions have an irrational hatred for Trump, and want to oust him from office. The hatred appears to be grounded in some religious beliefs, altho they don't explain it that way. It would sound too ridiculous if they admitted that they don't like him because he doesn't wear the right kind of underwear.

Romney probably tells himself that he is honest while Trump is a liar. The truth is more nearly the opposite. Trump tells us where he stands and why. Romney is never so straightforward. The Atlantic reporter says that he has been covering Romney for nine years, and he always seems like he is just saying what his consultants tell him to say. I think that he is one of the most loathsome characters in politics today.

Update: Romney tweets under the name Pierre Delecto (@PierreDelecto).

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Dems add more anti-Russian hysteria

The NY Times editorializes:
In the summer of 1950, outraged by Joseph McCarthy’s anti-Communist inquisition, Margaret Chase Smith, a Republican senator from Maine, stood to warn her party that its own behavior was threatening the integrity of the American republic.
She complained about the "Communist design of 'confuse, divide and conquer.'"

Communism was threatening the American republic. We had commie spies and sympathizers at the highest levels. Spies gave away our atom bomb secrets and undermined our foreign policy.

Now the Russians are no longer commies, and China is more of a threat.

But the deep staters and Dems want to bring back the Cold War. They are preoccupied with weird conspiracy theories about how the Russians supposedly interfered with the 2016 election. Hillary Clinton blames the Russians for her loss, and now claims that Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian puppet.

The Russians do indeed have a long history of propaganda seeking to 'confuse, divide and conquer.' But so does the NY Times, Wash. Post, and CNN.

It is funny how the NY Times sides with the Russians as long as they are Commies, and then turns anti-Russian when the Russians reject Communism.

Another NY Times essay:
As a feminist philosopher, I understand our constitutional crisis to be all tangled up with a specific brand of what I call “sovereign masculinity.” Sovereign masculinity is not a real, existent thing. It lives instead in that dimension of human existence Charles Taylor called the “social imaginary,” and is just one of many things that situate me in the world in ways I don’t have to think about. ...

The conservative Harvard political philosopher Harvey Mansfield wrote a treatise praising this kind of manhood in 2006, as an antidote to America’s post-9/11 blues. “The most dramatic statement of manliness would be the one where the man is the source of all meaning, where nothing else has meaning unless the man supplies it,” he wrote. The ultimate aspiration of the sovereign man is to have his speech operate like the speech of a god, where his word instantiates truth.

This is why toxic masculinity is not a separate issue from political authoritarianism generally. The sovereign man is not subject to the law because he is a source of law for others. The spectacles of subservience we have witnessed since Trump was elected are testament to that equivalency. Once obedience to the word of the sovereign sets in, becomes normal, we are on the road to an authoritarian state.

When Marie Yovanovitch stood up straight and walked with unassailable confidence through flashing press cameras to testify before Congress, after being told not to, the spell was broken.
These people are nuts.

Yovanovitch was fired because she was a holdover political appointee who are rumored to be disloyal. Her testimony proves that she is disloyal. I don't know anything about her, but there is not a list of those who complain about being fired by Trump, and their complaints pretty well prove that they should have been fired.

Correction: A comment below suggests that my terminology was a little sloppy. Ambassador is a political job, where the President is entitled to appoint people faithful to his policies. This ambassador was a political appointment in the sense that Pres. Obama moved her from being a career State Dept employee to a political position. She was only fired in the sense that she was re-assigned back to the State Dept. These changes occur with every new administration. That is my understanding.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Dems seek to control Facebook

The NY Times reports:
Mr. Zuckerberg fought back against the idea that the social network needed to be an arbiter of speech. He said that Facebook had been founded to give people a voice and bring them together, ...

“Zuckerberg attempted to use the Constitution as a shield for his company’s bottom line, and his choice to cloak Facebook’s policy in a feigned concern for free expression demonstrates how unprepared his company is for this unique moment in our history and how little it has learned over the past few years,” said Bill Russo, a spokesman for the presidential campaign of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Later on Thursday, Ms. Warren took aim at the company again in a tweet: “Facebook is actively helping Trump spread lies and misinformation. Facebook already helped elect Donald Trump once. They might do it again—and profit off of it.”
The Democrats got support from about 95% of newspapers, 99% of Hollywood, and 90% of broadcast news in 2016, and still lost. For Biden or Warren to win in 2020, they will need even greater control of the news media.

That is why they endlessly pursue their crazy conspiracy theories about how the Russians or Ukrainians influenced the news in 2016.

A NY Times column argues:
Trump and his supporters are trying to “Pelosify” Schiff. Representative Andy Biggs, an Arizona Republican, is calling for a censure of Schiff for pursuing “a witch hunt in a fantasy land.”

All this is bizarre. Schiff has not even come out for impeachment, saying that such decisions should await the investigation, although he is blunt about describing Trump as a danger to the country. Schiff was chosen to lead the impeachment inquiry precisely because of his reputation not as a bomb-thrower but as a reasonable lawyer who will oversee a meticulous inquiry.
Schiff has been pro-impeachment for a year. Pursuing “a witch hunt in a fantasy land” is a good description of what he has been doing.

The House has not even authorized impeachment hearings. Schiff has been holding secret hearings.

Zuckerberg's sister is busy trying to defend the Classics from the Red Pill:
Zuckerberg prefers to tag these alt-right groups with a name they have given themselves, particularly those on the social-networking site Reddit: the Red Pill. ...

The Red Pill, Zuckerberg says, believes that multiculturalists, globalists, feminists, and political-correctness scolds keep our society in a similar state of slavery. Like the characters in the film, members of the Red Pill believe that only they can see things as they really are, often with the guidance of classical authors. The Red Pill forum had 260,000 members before Reddit “quarantined” it last September for its offensive content. Zuckerberg, citing self-reported surveys, says members are predominantly white, heterosexual American men between the ages of 18 and 35, politically conservative, and with no strong religious affiliation.
Of course the site is only quarantined because leftists do not want you to learn Red Pill wisdom.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Einstein did not consider himself European

Linh Dinh writes:
In 2018, the publication of Albert Einstein’s travel diaries was greeted by newspaper headlines lamenting his politically incorrect views of Asians, particularly the Chinese.

Most egregious was Einstein’s verdict on Chinese women, “I noticed how little difference there is between men and women; I don’t understand what kind of fatal attraction Chinese women possess that enthralls the corresponding men to such an extent that they are incapable of defending themselves against the formidable blessing of offspring.” ...

To show that Einstein’s view on the Chinese was complex, and not just negative, Rosenkranz quotes from his 1919 letter to another Jewish physicist, Paul Ehrenfest, “I get most joy from the emergence of the Jewish state in Palestine. It does seem to me that our kinfolk really are more sympathetic (at least less brutal) than these horrid Europeans. Perhaps things can only improve if only the Chinese are left, who refer to all Europeans with the collective noun ‘bandits.’”
It is interesting that Einstein did not consider himself European. I thought that it was a Nazi thing to consider Jews non-European, but apparently Einstein had that opinion long before the Nazis.

Einstein is usually described as non-religious, but he very much identified with the Jews and worked towards Zionism all his life. He became an American citizen, but he also belonged to Commie front organizations, so he probably did not consider himself American either.

I am not trying to hold Einstein's private diary comments against him. He was entitled to his opinions. But Einstein is always held out as a great source of wisdom, so we should be clear on how he thought that his values were grounded.

Meanwhile, the NY Times has published the most pro-Hitler article I have ever seen. Weird. Another article by its chief film critic says Hitler comedy can be very funny, but now that Trump is President, we shouldn't laugh at it. Maybe we should ignore his stupid movie reviews.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Ronan Farrow is damaged creep

What is the deal with Ronan Farrow? He is the son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, and famous for writing MeToo stories. Allen is the world's most famous neurotic Jew, who described his peculiar sexual attitudes in his movies. Nutty as he is, he is a model citizen compared to the lunatic Mia Farrow.

Ronan Farrow's new book says he is gay, and "engaged" to his 8-year boyfriend, a Jewish Hollywood writer. He had a bizarre childhood, and may never have been on a date with a girl. Yet somehow he is the one to pass judgment on what male-female sexual relations are supposed to be.

Ronan appears to be severely psychologically damaged. He refuses to say whether Woody is really his father. His mother induced his adopted sister to invent a wildly implausible allegation against Woody, in order to support her child custody dispute in court. He says:
FARROW: So one of the threads that runs through the book is my sister's courage in maintaining her claim year after year, including at times when people really refused to hear her out, ... And, you know, I wanted to be honest and vulnerable, Terry, about the fact that I was not always heroic in my conversations with her, you know? ...

But over the course of this book, I do come to an understanding that I was wrong and she was right. And her claim was credible.
How does he figure out who was right by writing a book on another subject 25 years later?

If you want the sordid details, read Wikipedia on Woody Allen sexual assault allegation. I think that it is obvious that Allen is completely innocent, but decide for yourself.

But Ronan doesn't seem to be even talking about what really happened. He seems to be just saying that the girl told a plausible story, and others were wrong not to validate her feelings.

So now he is on the warpath against heterosexual Jews like his father, and Harvey Weinstein.

Ronan did not start MeToo, as that is credited to Tarana Burke. She is a 46-year-old black woman with her own rape stories. There do not seem to be any police reports, so it is not clear whether she was a victim, or if she just believed in saying "me too" as a way of supporting other women with rape stories.

She is another damaged weirdo with her own personal issues.

Maybe I should call them jokers, after the recent movie about a crazy man who never recovers from a disturbing childhood.

What these jokers have in common is that they do not distinguish fact from fiction, rape from sexual harassment, and sexual harassment from bad dates. They pass judgment on the behavior of others, while they seem to have no idea what normal human relations should be.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Jew insists on all-Jewish panel

The Forward magazine has the slogan "Jewish. Fearless. Since 1897." It reports:
I Was Protested At Bard College For Being A Jew
By Batya Ungar-Sargon

I was invited to host a breakout session of my choosing, and I proposed a workshop on navigating other people’s opinions in the age of Trump – a topic of deep importance to my work as Opinion Editor of The Forward, where we insist on representing the full gamut of legitimate opinion.
She goes on to say that the panel was all Jewish, and that there was no need for any non-Jewish opinions.

Some left-wing students protested that this was a one-sided panel. She got mad and walked off the stage.
Yet polls show that more than 95% of Jews in America have a favorable view of Israel. The debate over whether Zionists are human and deserving of human treatment will have to be held in the absence of Jews of conscience. In 2019, no Jew should be forced to debate their humanity, their right to exist independent of anti-Semitism. ...

But as I know all too well, the most important factor in hosting the full gamut of legitimate opinion is knowing where the red lines are. And if you think allowing Jews to be protested for being Jews does not represent a red line, I have nothing more to say to you, and nothing I want to hear.
So she is all in favor of expressing legitimate opinions, except for certain red lines. Jews must totally control certain subjects.

Note that this is entirely a dispute between left-wing Jews and left-wing non-Jews. I would not be surprised if I have more agreement with the left-wing Jews than the left-wing non-Jews, on the underlying issues. But those issues were not discussed.

I am just posting this as an example of how Jews think.

Imagine if a college sponsored a panel discussion on White Genocide, and only allowed KKK members on the panel. Imagine if a White Christian said that discussing threats to the White race with non-whites is a red line that must not be crossed.

There are left-wing Jews who say that support of Israel is anti-semitic, because of some disagreemnt about the governance of Gaza and the West Bank. Here they harass a pro-Israel congressman:
A Jewish activist group has called out Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise over what the group says is anti-Semitic and white nationalist rhetoric from the Republican party.

Two members of the progressive Jewish activist group IfNotNow confronted the congressman at a town hall event in Louisiana Monday. ...

The congressman said he has fought anti-Semitism, focusing on Republican efforts to officially condemn Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar for a series of allegedly anti-Semitic tweets. ...

Oliff-Lieberman then asked about President Donald Trump's claim that Jews who support Democrats are "disloyal Jews," to which Scalise appeared to smile while replying "I don't know when you had that meeting with him."

When asked to condemn anti-Semitism among Republicans, Scalise instead said he condemns "all of it," and encouraged Oliff-Lieberman to condemn anti-Semitism "on the Democrat side." ...

"I gave him the opportunity to practice Teshuva this morning, the Jewish tradition of repairing harm that has been done. ...

"Donald Trump calls me a disloyal Jew and you say nothing. You stay silent. It's a trope that literally sent my grandfather to Auschwitz, Jews being called disloyal in Germany," Newman said to Scalise.
It is really sick the way some Jews will bring up the Holocaust to harass whoever happens to be their political enemies at the moment. They support Palestinian Arabs and fight Republicans, but it is the Palestinian Arabs who attack the Jews, not the Trump Republicans. It is obvious that these Jews just hate Trump and Scalise because they are White Christians.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Start brainwashing at age 6 months

I posted research that 5-year-old kids have an understanding about racial differences, and now NPR Radio says that White parents should start brainwashing early:
Even when parents do talk about social identity, according to the survey, many wait until their kids are 10, 11 or even 12 years old. Jennifer Kotler Clarke, who oversaw the Sesame survey, says parents seem to think younger kids don't notice these differences, though "there's all sorts of research that suggest that children very early on notice definitely physical differences between different people and they make meaning of those differences. And there's discrimination very early on."

How early on? Try six months old.
It says that non-white parents talk to their kids about racial identity all the time, but White parents don't. Apparently liberals have persuaded Whites into raising a color-blind generation, but the kids notice race anyway.

Obviously color blindness is not good enough for the social justice warriors. That was also showed by the recent Harvard admissions trial, where the judge said that Harvard could go on with its twisted racial preferences forever.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Little kids already know who is smart

The London Daily Mail reports:
Children associate being ‘brilliant’ with white men, but not black men, a shocking new study suggests.

Researchers surveyed 200 children and found that, regardless of their own race, they linked the stereotype of intelligence with white men much more than white women.

However, by contrast, the stereotype wasn’t applied to black men, as black women were seen by the children as smarter. ...

For the study, published in the Journal of Social Issues, the team recruited 200 five and six-year-olds from public elementary schools in New York City. ...

The team says that policies that help children understand what ‘intellectual ability’ is might ‘reverse this inequity’.
The full paper: The acquisition of gender stereotypes about intellectual ability: Intersections with race.

This is funny. It is like professors writing an academic paper on whether the emperor has no clothes. All the adults agree that he is wearing clothes, but the 5-6yo children say he is naked. So the professors recommend policies for brainwashing the kids into thinking that the emperor is wearing clothes.

Even tho the academic paper has a section on "limitations" of their work, they never address the possibility that the kids could be right. I am sure that they would just cite an authority to show the kids wrong, if they could.

No, it is pretty clear that this paper is about brainwashing kids to unlearn the truth.

Another Daily Mail article says that a Kenyan used laser-guided Nike shoes and an army of pacers to run a sub-2-hour marathon. No one accepts this as a record, because of the obvious cheating involved.

Joanna Schroeder writes in a NY Times op-ed:
Racists Are Recruiting. Watch Your White Sons.

Parents need to understand how white supremacists prey on teen boys, so they can intervene. ...

The first sign was a seemingly innocuous word, used lightheartedly: “triggered.”

As my 11- and 14-year-old sons and their friends talked and bantered — phones in hand, as always — in the back seat of the car, one of them shouted it in response to a meme, and they all laughed uproariously.

I almost lost control of the car. That’s because I know that word — often used to mock people who are hurt or offended by racism as overly sensitive — is a calling card of the alt-right, which the Anti-Defamation League defines as “a segment of the white supremacist movement consisting of a loose network of racists and anti-Semites who reject mainstream conservatism in favor of politics that embrace implicit or explicit racism, anti-Semitism and white supremacy.” People associated with this group are known for trolling those who disagree with them, and calling critics “triggered” is a favorite tactic.
No, this is just crazy Jewish propaganda. The alt-right is not a white supremacist movement, and "triggered" is not a codeword. The word is in common use by right and left wingers.

Again it appears that kids have a firmer grasp on reality than adults writing for the NY Times.

the “white genocide” — which the Anti-Defamation League defines as the white-supremacist belief that the white race is “dying” because of growing nonwhite populations and “forced assimilation.”

But of course, it’s not just that we want to prevent our sons from becoming perpetrators of mass shootings. We want to raise them to be the kind of men who would never march with the neo-Nazis who chanted “Jews will not replace us” in Charlottesville before one of them killed a counterprotester, Heather Heyer.
More Jewish propaganda. Apparently she thinks that being a killer neo-Nazi is the same as not wanting Jews to commit genocide against Whites.

The term "genocide" was popularized by Jews, and defined by them to be broader than killing an ethnic group. An accepted definition of genocide is:
the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group
Today there are those who are actively working towards white genocide, and those working against it. White supremacists want whites to be supreme, while others merely oppose its destruction. There is a difference.

By publishing articles like this, the NY Times shows that it is firmly on the side of destroying whites.
Many of these spots are created and promoted by organizations like PragerU, which, Dr. Duffy notes, is not an accredited university but a propaganda machine that introduces viewers to extremist views via video.
This is more crazy name-calling paranoia. I have watched a bunch of PragerU videos, and none of them are extremist. Prager is a religious Jew with mainstream conservative views. His videos are some of the least radical political videos you can find.

Google may lead them to white nationalist outlets like The Daily Stormer, where hate and harassment are normalized. Often, they have no idea which sources are reputable.

They may also find videos by more mainstream figures, including members of the so-called intellectual dark web like Jordan Peterson, a Canadian psychologist and professor at the University of Toronto, whose conservative perspectives on feminism and gender are very popular among young men and often are a path to more extreme content and ideologies.
I have also watched a bunch of Peterson videos, and they are all completely innocuous. He has rules for life like petting a cat and cleaning up your room. He is quite centrist in all his views. He is not a right-winger, and never expresses any extreme views.

On the other hand, The Daily Stormer does believe in triggering people. It offends like the new Joker movie offends. It shocks you into re-examining your beliefs. If you want to stay in your comfort zone, then don't watch the movie and don't view the web site.
Parents also need to encourage our sons how to think critically about the things they’re hearing online. One term I’ve debunked in this way for my kids is “snowflake.” An insult embraced by moderate conservatives and the alt-right alike, it’s used to dismiss people who complain about racism, sexism or homophobia as laughably delicate.
She misunderstands the term.
Snowflake is a 2010s derogatory slang term for a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are overly-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions. ...

It is popularly believed, but not proven, that each actual snowflake has a unique structure. ...

1996 novel Fight Club, which contains the quote: "you are not special, you are not a beautiful and unique snowflake".
The point of the metaphor is that snowflakes are supposed to be beautiful and unique, not delicate.
Who is more of a delicate snowflake? The person who wants people to stop racial slurs or mocking of gay people or the person who is upset and offended by the use of the phrase “Happy Holidays” — a common talking point during Fox News’s infamous War on Christmas segments?
Again, she misunderstands. No one is upset and offended by "Happy Holidays". Fox's Bill O'Reilly merely disagreed with what had been a campaign to eliminate "Merry Christmas". It was the leftist non-Christians who were triggered by "Merry Christmas", and who sought to marginalize Christian expressions.

Yes, there really are campaigns to diminish the power and influence of Whites and Christians. Just read the NY Times, where it publishes anti-White and anti-Christian propaganda every day.

Friday, October 11, 2019

In the shadow of Hollywood

Netflix stock is falling out of favor, and I wonder if it is partially due to its offensive content. It regularly shows black men defiling white girls.

The title character of Hanna is a 15-year-old virgin girl who never had a friend. She finally finds a friend, and then some black guy shows up and deflowers her.

In the Shadow of the Moon is a movie where a black girl from the future comes back in time to kill white people, in order to facillitate future non-whites subjugating whites. Supposedly there is a civil war in the future between the whites and non-whites, and the non-whites can win extinguish some influential whites. The protagonist is a white cop who chases her to kill her, but then lets her go when he discovers that she is her granddaughter. His blond daughter had a baby with a black man.

We are supposed to believe that exterminating white people is a good thing.

Most of the Netflix movies have some gratuitous gay or interracial sex. To avoid it, you have to watch Russian movies, or something from another era like Downton Abbey.

Non-Netflix Hollywood productions also push gay and interracial sex. There is a new Nancy Drew (2019 TV series), and the title character is an 18-year-old white girl who secretly has sexual relations with black guy who just got out of prison.

Face it, Hollywood produces propaganda directed at white genocide.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Penn State officials were framed

The most controversial thing I have ever said on this blog is that I believe Jerry Sandusky was innocent. The case against him was just obvious nonsense.

I said similar things in the McMartin Preschool and Duke Lacrosse cases. The public eventually came out to understand that these were false accusations. But almost no one defends Sandusky or Penn State.

Jerry Coyne says Malcolm Gladwell mentions the issue, without defending Sandusky, but notes:
1.) “The boy in the shower”, the linchpin of the case against Sandusky, swore in a written statement to Sandusky’s attorney that no sexual contact had occurred. After he hired a lawyer, the boy (now older) recanted. This may be because he wanted a slice of the generous settlement offered by Penn State to Sandusky’s victims — a settlement that turned out to be about $140 million, making any claimed victim a multimillionaire.

2.) None of the eight boys who eventually said they were molested by Sandusky ever told anyone about his misconduct before they spoke to police, and many continued to associate with him in the interim.

3.) Some of the accusations, like Sandusky locking a boy in the basement for three days and repeatedly raping him, with Sandusky’s wife, one floor above and oblivious to the screams, strain credulity.

4.) Some or all of the boys (it’s not clear from the piece) were subject to “recovered memory therapy”, and didn’t remember the molestations until therapists “helped” them remember the details.

The above is only a sample of other exculpatory data offered by Crews.
There was probably better evidence against the Salem witches.

All of the accusers invented their stories after being offered millions of dollars in Penn State settlement money. Some, such as the slimeball Mike McQueary, were obviously lying for their personal gain.

Don't expect a reasoned judgment from Gladwell. He sees himself as more of a storyteller than a truthteller.

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Impeachment rationale is a Jewish joke

Harvard Psychology professor Steven Pinker writes in a NY Times op-ed:
Two decades ago the impeachment of a president hinged on what the meaning of “is” is. This time it may depend on the semantics of “I would like you to do us a favor though.” ...

His supporters insist he should be taken “seriously but not literally.” Yet this time it may be the nonliteral meaning of his words that proves his undoing. ... The word “though” signals a violated expectation.
No, Clinton's impeachment did not hinge on the meaning of "is". That was just how he obfuscated a question.

This time it appears to be about the word "though", and this Jewish joke:
Announcing an undesirable state of affairs is a classic stratagem for asking the hearer to rectify it without the rudeness of an imperative. In an old joke, a couple is lying in bed and the wife says, “Murray, it’s cold outside.” Murray gets up, closes the window, and says, “So now it’s warm outside?”
I am not sure what makes this a Jewish joke, but I will accept Jewish authority on this. (Pinker describes himself as a Jewish atheist.)

Chief Trump persecutor Adam Schiff has his own goofy paraphrased interpretation of Trump's words.

So Trump is to be put on trial, not based on what he said or did, but on how his words can be translated into Jew-speak?

Pinker and Schiff seem to be arguing that whenever someone talks, there is always an ulterior motive, there is always a quid pro quo, and there is always an attempt at personal profit. They do not even recognize the possibility that Trump wanted information to be public for the good of everyone.

I guess I need to learn more Jewish jokes to understand this thinking.

According to the transcript, Trump said "I would like you to get to the bottom of it." To most people, that means Trump wants him to get to the bottom of it.

Almost everyday, the NY Times gives some bogus re-interpretation of Trump's words. Sometimes it gives the exact quote, so you can see for yourself that the newspaper is lying about the plain meaning of the words.

Trump is hated by Jews on the Left, and Mormons on the Right. Maybe next I will address why Mormons hate Trump.

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Actor fired for OK symbol


It is getting easier and easier to get fired for innocently offending someone. This one is bizarre:
Universal Orlando has fired an actor dressed as the “Despicable Me” character Gru and flashed a white power symbol while posing for a photo with a 6-year-old biracial girl with autism and a 2-year-old boy, a representative from Universal Orlando told TheWrap.

The girl’s parents Tiffiney and Richard Zinger told USA Today that they noticed in one of their family photos that the actor was discreetly making the upside down “OK” gesture, which has been recognized as a hate symbol commonly used by white supremacists, while resting his hand on the girl’s shoulder. Video given to USA Today by the family further showed that the actor rested his hand on the girl’s shoulder as normal, and then made the gesture as the photo was being taken.

“We never want our guests to experience what this family did. This is not acceptable and we are sorry – and we are taking steps to make sure nothing like this happens again,” Tom Schroeder, a spokesperson for Universal Studios in Orlando said in a statement. “We can’t discuss specifics about this incident, but we can confirm that the actor no longer works here. We remain in contact with the family and will work with them privately to make this right.”
It seems very unlikely that the actor intended some sort of hate symbol.

Maybe it is better to just stay away from a 6-year-old biracial girl with autism. If this man can be blamed for this, there is no telling what you might be blamed for. The SJWs tried to ruin the Covington boy because a facial expression was perceived as a smirk.

Monday, October 07, 2019

Many conservatives have wised up about Trump

The NY Times reports:
Glenn Beck, the radio host who once called Mr. Trump “an immoral man who is absent decency or dignity,” now says that his defeat in 2020 would mark “the end of the country as we know it.” Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who so bitterly feuded with the president during the 2016 primaries that Mr. Trump gave out Mr. Graham’s cellphone number on national television, declared last week that impeachment was nothing but “a political setup.”

It can be difficult to remember that indignation and contempt for Mr. Trump once simmered in every corner of the conservative world.
Trump exposed a dirty little secret about Republicans and National-Review conservatives -- they were owned by the Left. They didn't really conserve anything. They merely tried to slow the advance of Leftism.

Now the Dems are trying to impeach Trump for merely asking Ukraine to investigate some corruption allegations. Such cooperation is even an obligation of a USA-Ukraine treaty. The effort to oust Trump should be seen as a coup by corrupt Dems.

The arguments for impeachment do not even involve anything that anyone thought was criminal before Trump.

All patriotic Americans should support Trump. I am glad to see that Beck and Graham have gotten on board. There are still a lot of RINO Republicans like Mitt Romney.

All of the Democrat presidential candidates are now committed to open borders, abolishing private health insurance, various socialist policies, and impeaching Trump for asking Ukraine to get to the bottom of some corruption allegations. Yes, these things would be the end of America as we know it.

Sunday, October 06, 2019

Another dubious She Said accuser

Rowena Chiu writes a NY Times op-ed:
In 1998, I had recently graduated from Oxford with a degree in English literature, and my one ambition was to succeed in the film industry. ...

on her affair with Harvey Weinstein: a late-night meeting with Harvey. I had expected to discuss potential film productions and scripts, and we did. But after hours of fending off his chitchat, flattery, requests for massages and a bath, ultimately I found myself pushed back against the bed. I’d worn two pairs of tights for protection, and tried to appease him by taking one of them off and letting him massage me, but it hadn’t worked. ...

But even after the weeks of intense pressure, when I finally signed the nondisclosure document, accepting a settlement of £125,000 (about $213,000) and agreeing to stay silent forever, the trauma was not yet over.
She says that she was sexually attracted to him because he was a rich and powerful white man. She knew his reputation for sexual harassment when she went to work for him. She voluntarily went with him to a hotel room late at night, and took her tights off. She never took her underwear off or had sexual relations with him.

Most women are sexually attracted to rich and powerful men, and will use them to their advantage.

In those 20 years, she got married and divorced, and never told her husband.

That is her story. Weinstein says it was all consensual.

I am not going to try to figure out what happened 20 years ago, as there were no witnesses, and no way of determining the truth. Most women are unable to recount accurately incidents like this, even if they try. What they remember is some story they told about it.

It appears that she was using him as much as he was using her. She was turned on by him, and used him to get into the film industry. She flirted with him, and then collected $213k for it. She never did what she led him to believe that she was going to do. She was dishonest with her husband, and she broke her contract. She sold her body for $213k, and then reneged on the deal.

The NY Times reporters are now using her to sell a book, even tho it is doing grave damage to her reputation. Now everyone knows what she is. I think that she got bad advice.

She says "Harvey was white and I was a person of color", in order to fit the NY Times narrative. Of course Harvey is Jewish and she is Chinese. Harvey is facing criminal charges, based on old and dubious allegations like this one.

Friday, October 04, 2019

Expert advice on eating beef has been wrong

Experts have been giving us bad dietary advice for decades, and here is the latest example:
Public health officials for years have urged Americans to limit consumption of red meat and processed meats because of concerns that these foods are linked to heart disease, cancer and other ills. But on Monday, in a remarkable turnabout, an international collaboration of researchers produced a series of analyses concluding that the advice, a bedrock of almost all dietary guidelines, is not backed by good scientific evidence. If there are health benefits from eating less beef and pork, they are small, the researchers concluded. Indeed, the advantages are so faint that they can be discerned only when looking at large populations, the scientists said, and are not sufficient to tell individuals to change their meat-eating habits.
I haven't checked, but I bet that the people who told us to eat less beef and pork were primarily leftists.

Transgender children under the age of 16 should be able to undergo surgery without their parents’ permission, according to Australia’s top psychologists.

The Australian Psychological ­Society, which represents 24,000 professionals, says the disapproval of both parents should not inhibit a child under 16 from consenting to procedures. ...

Parents who disapprove of their children’s medical treatment pose a ‘significant barrier’ for the child, it said.

To overcome this, the body has suggested hospitals should have the right to petition courts as well as ‘advocacy’ to change the minds of parents.

Further, legal advice should be accessible so the young people can authorise their treatment, it said.
This is really sick.

I always thought Sigmund Freud was a phony, but this article relates his dubious theories with his Jewishness. Freud was considered a non-religious Jew, but his Jewishness was extremely important to him, and to the success of his goofy work. Freud would be just another quack, if he were not promoted by Jews.

The NY Times mostly prints fake news about Pres. Trump, but today's issue has an article about gay men fighting over custody of an old dog:
After a Divorce, Who Gets the Dog?

I recommend a petnup.
Steve and Jim considered themselves married in North Carolina for 4 years. The dog is 14 years old. Steve complains that only three states (Illinois, Alaska and, effective this year, California) have divorce laws where judges consider the best interests of the dog. The world has gone mad.

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

The 3 Stooges trying to impeach Trump

From an American Spectator essay:
Take heart, anti-Semites. Or be depressed. Because the myth on which so much anti-Semitism is built finally now is exposed as one more fantasy, one more falsehood, one more libel. This is the myth that Jews have influence in the Democrat Party. Turns out ’taint so. Duh!

Don’t get me wrong. Like most American Jews, I love many of the main anti-Semitic myths and defamations. Lying Jew-haters say that Jews control the banks. They say that Jews control the wealth. They say that Jews hypnotize the world. They say that Jews control everything.

As a Jew, what’s not to love when you read that stuff? ...

And now The Last Great Anti-Semitic Myth explodes. The myth that Jews have influence in the Democrat Party. If you want to see “powerful” Jews who are so bereft of power and influence that it would make even an anti-Semite feel pity, look at the Three Stooges: Charles Schumer, Jerrold Nadler, and Adam Schiff. ...

Schumer, Nadler, Schiff. They are the Three Stooges who symbolize and epitomize the utter emptiness and myth of “Jewish influence” in the Democrat Party. Those Jews are pure suckers, just as the Democrats have hoodwinked Black America. When the Democrats know they have you in their pockets, they move on. For example, they figure they have Blacks in their pockets, so they now focus on importing Hispanic voters to leapfrog Blacks socially and economically — which is exactly what is happening.

And the Democrats likewise know they have non-Orthodox Jews, Fake Jews, and anti-Semitic Jews in their pockets.
Okay, but that was written months ago, and now those three stooges are leading the effort to impeach Pres. Trump.

Why?

See The Secret Back Story Behind the Outright Treason of Adam Schiff for an interesting theory.

The NY Post reports:
Rep. Adam Schiff, head of the House Intelligence Committee, on Wednesday said Democrats will consider any White House efforts to stonewall the Ukraine investigation as obstruction of justice.

“It is why I saw the White House needs to understand that any action like that forces us to litigate or have to consider litigation will be considered further evidence of obstruction of justice,” the California Democrat said, noting that obstruction was one of the articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon in 1974.

“We are not fooling around. We do not want this to drag on for months and months, which appears to be the strategy,” said Schiff,
Schiff also says: “It is hard to imagine a more corrupt course of conduct” than Trump asking Ukraine for info relevant to corruption investigations.

But why would Jews think that asking for info was corrupt? Why is his imagination so limited? Why does he say that challenging a subpoena in court is a crime?

Every US President, starting with George Washington, took the position that Congress has no right to details of discussions with foreign leaders. Trump has been more transparent than any other President. And yet Schiff makes an impeachment issue out of it?

It now turns out that the so-called whistleblower report was a set-up. The rules required such reports to be first-hand, so they changed the rules so a CIA official with only hearsay knowledge could file a report. It appears that Schiff was in on this long before it was made public.

Schiff obviously has ideas about right and wrong that are foreign to Christian Americans. Same with Nadler and Schumer. The above article attempts to explain the weirdo preoccupation with Russia and Ukraine. I don't know. Maybe I will check the Jewish press for an explanation. At any rate, it does appear that these three stooges are traitors to America.

Trolling for a civil war

Ramesh Ponnuru writes for Bloomberg/Yahoo:
President Donald Trump warns that removing him from office would “cause a Civil War-like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.” He is quoting Robert Jeffress, a prominent evangelical supporter, who also says that Democrats are trying to remove Trump from office because they know they cannot defeat him in an election. But this effort, Jeffress predicts and Trump affirms, will fail.
Ponnuru goes on to agree with Jeffress that the effort to remove Trump will fail.

The NY Times wants to ban Trump from Twitter:
It’s important to stress that what Mr. Trump is doing is no different from what various autocrats and haters around the world are doing with social media platforms to push their malevolent agendas. With this latest move by the troller in chief, with no reaction from Twitter, it’s official that the medium has been hijacked by those who want to take advantage of its porous and sloppy rules.
What about all the newspapers that are reporting that Maxine Waters says she wants to put Trump in solitary confinement?

Some guy named Hunter says:
I had a very long discussion with Christopher Cantwell this evening about Donald Trump, the Deep State, the 2020 election and the meltdown of The Daily Stormer which is a Jewish performance art website that was created to control and discredit the Far Right.
Really? A performance art website?

The Daily Stormer does have troll articles, and humor. Sometimes I think it is just being silly. Sometimes I think it is being deliberately offensive, to drive away the normies. Or maybe it is a false flag operation to discredit the Far Right.

The site says that it is the most censored site. I believe it.

Regardless of Trump's Twitter feed, reading either the NY Times or the Daily Stormer might lead you to believe that we are headed towards Civil War 2.0. They are saying the same thing, in different ways.

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

The Left threatens Civil War 2

NY Times opinion writer Charlie Warzelwrites:
As outlandish and extreme as it is, warning of a looming civil war is a familiar talking point across the pro-Trump media. It’s part of a growing tradition of right-wing fearmongering ...

The threat of a civil war often comes up in discussions of an assault weapons ban. A proposed gun buyback program? “What you are calling for is civil war,” Tucker Carlson said on Fox News. The conservative writer Erick Erickson tweeted, “It is not a stretch to say there’d be violence if the gov’t tried to confiscate” AR-15s.
No, this is not just right-wing fear-mongering.

Democrat candidates really are talking about confiscating AR-15s, the most popular American rifle. They threaten to oust a popularly elected President because he asked a foreign official for information. They threaten to abolish all border controls, and to allow invasions of migrants and refugees. They threaten to abolish private medical insurance. They push to censor non-leftist political views. Democrat-controlled California increasingly tries to disassociate itself from the rest of the USA.

The "pro-Trump media" is only 5% of the news media. It is really just Fox News in the evening, and Rush Limbaugh during the day. Trump-haters control all the other networks, as well as Hollywood and the computer platforms.

The Left is pushing for war, not the Right.

Ousting Pres. Trump would be a Deep State coup.

Maybe ousting Pres. Nixon should have been considered a coup, as we now know that it secretly led by a disgruntled assistant FBI director who committed felonies to set up Nixon.

But Nixon was at least accused of some illegalities. Trump is not even accused of anything illegal.

Monday, September 30, 2019

Alt-Right versus Ctrl-Left

The Wikipedia definition of Alt-right is not so useful because it almost entirely the opinions of leftists. Likewise, for Alt-left. Sometimes Alt-right refers to a small group of obscure extremists, and sometimes it refers to all Trump supporters in the Republican Party. Here is Vox Day's definition.

The Republican Party is split between the Alt-Right and the cuckservatives, as illustrated by this Wash. Examiner op-ed. The author is upset that a liberal journalist found some racist comments on an email list, and he wants to join leftists in seeking purges of anyone who is even vaguely associated with anyone expressing a racist opinion.

The Alt-Right is disgusted by this attitude, because it inevitably censors good ideas and empowers the Left to control politics.

Right-wing sites are often hit by Hitler trolls who try to embarrass the site with pro-Hitler comments. They are just trolls, as Hitler is dead and has no supporters alive today. The cuckservatives panic and delete any comments that offend the Left. The Alt-Right is happy to offend the Left.

In fact, the Alt-Right sees offending the Left as a necessity. The Ctrl-Left is all about achieving groupthink by silencing alternative views. The Alt-Right has a long list of policy disagreements, and it cannot get started unless it can present facts and express opinions.

So it makes sense for the Alt-Right to offend the Ctrl-Left, and to test the boundaries of their censorship. The censorship must be broken to get an honest and productive discussion of policy alternatives.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

White decline spells trouble for Trump

Bloomberg/Yahoo reports:
Decline of White Working Class in U.S. Spells Trouble for Trump

The number of white working-class Americans dropped below 40% of the population for the first time last year, reflecting demographic shifts that could pose a challenge for President Donald Trump’s election in 2020.

White Americans without a four-year college represented 71% of the population in 1975. Their decline as a share of the population is expected to continue and they will no longer be the largest demographic group by 2034, according to a blog post Tuesday from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

There’s no single cause for the decline. More Americans are seeking a college education, and leading causes of death — including the opioid epidemic, alcoholism and suicide — are hitting working-class whites hardest. And birth rates for whites are slowing compared with nonwhites.

Whatever the cause, the decline of this group will undoubtedly continue to have lasting economic and social consequences for the U.S.,” ...
Really? They cannot figure out the cause?

I give them some credit for recognizing that Whites have political interests at stake, but how can they be so baffled about the cause?

We have had the most radical immigration policy any nation has ever had, for the last 50 years. It has increased our population by about 100M people, with a strong preference for non-whites. We have 100s of policies that favor non-whites, such as foreign language services for non-whites. All of the Democrat candidates favor a bunch of more policies favoring non-whites. There have obviously been systematic policies to import non-whites and displace Whites.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Jews say OK = Hate

CNN reports:
The "OK" hand gesture is now a hate symbol, according to a new report by the Anti-Defamation League.

The ADL added that symbol along with several others on Thursday to its long-standing database of slogans and symbols used by extremists.

The finger-and-thumb OK sign is universally known for meaning everything is all right or approval of something. ...

The OK hand gesture and its link to white nationalism began as a hoax cooked up by users of the website 4chan, who falsely linked it to white supremacy, according to the ADL.

It was meant to bait the media or people with liberal ideals to overreact, ADL experts say, and therefore look ridiculous for condemning such an innocuous sign. ...

The slogan Diversity = White Genocide has also been added.
Got that? The story was a hoax to make fun of the ADL overreacting, so now the ADL complies and overreacts.

Here is the Hate Symbols Database. It includes a lot of numbers, so it is hard to avoid the symbols even if you try.

No other religion tries to regulate what symbols others can use.

Australia considered saying ‘it’s OK to be white’, but rejected it. It is not okay with some politicians, I guess.

Not on the list yet is the slogan "Islam is right about women." That has triggered liberals to call the police! Apparently we might not be permitted any discussion of whether Islam is right or wrong about women.

Followers of Islam must thinks that it is right about women. Opponents of female circumcision and other practices disagree. Importing Moslems is creating a subculture with certain beliefs and practices with women. Is that good or bad?

Friday, September 27, 2019

Humoring mentally ill girls

It seems rude to call Greta Thunberg mentally ill, when she looks like a 10-year-old child. But mental illness is part of her schtick, and she is 16.5 years old, and has vast resources helping her promote her message. She uses psychotic theatrics as an attention-getting device, and she tries to be Fearless Girl.

See Wikipedia for a list of her diagnosed mental illnesses, or see this opinion from one of the top Czech psychiatrists, saying her speech "shows an immature child with autistic problems and without a glimpse of a social perception." She looks freaky, and I wonder if she has a worse problem than has been publicly revealed.

For all I know, she has gotten medical and psychiatric advice to subject us all to her antics.

According to this research, women need to keep bitching about their problems in order to maintain their health:
Women are more at risk of stroke than men and are less likely to recover, statistics show. This has been linked to the menstrual cycle, hormonal contraceptives and pregnancy complications.

The scientists, led by Karen Jakubowski, were interested to discover the role so-called 'self-silencing' could play.

Many people hold their thoughts and emotions inside in an effort to avoid arguments or the breakdown of a relationship, they wrote.

However, self-silencing has been linked to both poor mental and physical health in women.
So women go around accusing men of things, whether true or not. This French woman just got busted for lying about her target:
PARIS (AP) — A Paris court ruled on Wednesday that the woman who launched the French version of the #MeToo movement must pay 20,000 euros ($22,000) for defaming the man she accused of harassment.
Another psycho case is Chanel Miller, whose claim to fame is a drunken date with a Stanford boy. She doesn't remember what happened, but her clothes were on the whole time. She openly admits in interviews that she is publishing her gripes so that she can feel better about herself.

Update: The Czech psychiatrist was fired for his opinion.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

America was founded as a Christian nation

Many say that America was not founded as a Christian nation, such as this book. They point to Jefferson believing in the Christian message, but not the divinity of Jesus.

Historian Clayton Cramer writes that the founding was Christian:
Most states required you to be a Christian — sometimes specifically a Protestant — to hold public office. Some states kept these requirements as late as 1840. Many state constitutions connect religion and law: ... Massachusetts passed a 1782 law requiring church attendance: ...

Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story in 1833 explained the purpose of the “no establishment” clause in the First Amendment:
The real object of the amendment was not to countenance, much less to advance, Mahometanism, or Judaism, or infidelity, by prostrating Christianity; but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects, and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment which should give to a hierarchy the exclusive patronage of the national government. -- Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution 3:1688
A national establishment of religion would have been a source of continual political conflict, because no single Protestant denomination was even close to a majority. The idea that the government needed to be neutral with respect to religion vs. atheism — or even Christianity vs. other religions — would have caused some serious head scratching among the Revolution's leaders.
If this is correct, then the US Supreme Court has been interpreting the Constitution wrong for about 60 years.

Based on this, it ought to be constitutional to limit immigration to Christians, or to refuse tax exemptions to mosques.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

40 accusations against Trump

The NY Times summarizes its gripes against Pres. Trump into 40 sound bites:
Sometimes it’s worth stepping back to look at the full picture.

He has pressured a foreign leader to interfere in the 2020 American presidential election.

He urged a foreign country to intervene in the 2016 presidential election.

He divulged classified information to foreign officials.
Most of these can be readily seen to be completely false. A few are true, such as "He has refused to release his tax returns." But even that is misleading, as the NY Times claims to have leaked copies of his tax returns.

It ends with:
He is the president of the United States, and he is a threat to virtually everything that the United States should stand for.
There we get the heart of the matter. The NY Times is run by anti-American creeps who have sick and bizarre ideas about what the USA should stand for. And Trump does not go along with their agenda.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Trump uses simplifying language

A Nautilus essay accuses Pres. Donald Trump of mental illness, and explains:
To psycholinguist Julie Sedivy, it’s not Trump’s rambling language that’s worrisome, it’s his regular usage. “I think we have rarely had a president who uses such simple and simplifying language,” she said in an interview with Nautilus.

And why is that concerning? “There’s some interesting research that has looked at the correlation between simple language and the tendency of U.S. presidents to behave in authoritarian ways,” Sedivy said. “There is a predictive relationship that speeches that are expressed using very simple basic language tend to precede very authoritarian acts like the use of executive orders … That certainly plays out in the use of the heavy reliance on simple notions like amazing, sad, bad, unfair. These really strip away a lot of the complexities that are behind them. They reduce information into very gross impressions. The simplification of points of view, the simplification of the good and the bad, and even just the conveyance that, ‘We’re going to make good deals,’ for example. ‘It’s going to be great.’ That this is a simple problem just waiting for someone who has the right instincts to come along and solve this, is absolutely pervasive in Donald Trump’s language.” ...

By reducing complexity to simplified language, Sedivy said, “we’re essentially lying about the nature of the world.”
On the other hand, there are lots of Trump-haters who write thousands of words on why they hate Trump, but they never really get to the point.



It turns out that simpler language is part of a wider trend. The above chart shows: Vocabulary decline in adult non-Hispanic White Americans (controlled for years of education completed).

We have a much more educated population, as more and more students finish high school and attend college. And yet they understand and use fewer words. Even the Bible has had to be dumbed down several times since the King James Version. It is not clear whether intelligence is declining, or colleges are less effective, or what.

Also in the NY Times, Michelle Goldberg writes:
Near the beginning of “Where’s My Roy Cohn?” the new documentary about the lawyer and power broker who mentored Donald Trump, an interviewee says, “Roy Cohn’s contempt for people, his contempt for the law, was so evident on his face that if you were in his presence, you knew you were in the presence of evil.” He wasn’t being hyperbolic.
Wow, if a non-Jew said this, he would be accused of anti-semitism.
Today, wealth and power can still buy horrible people a degree of social acceptance. Sean Spicer lied to the American people for a living and is now on “Dancing With the Stars.” Ivanka Trump is still reportedly invited to celebrity weddings.
This is so ridiculous, maybe she is just trolling us.

Another NY Times article gloats about White Protestant men being exterminated:
White Christians are losing more than an electoral majority; their once-dominant status in American society is eroding. Half a century ago, white Protestant men occupied nearly all our country’s high-status positions: They made up nearly all the elected officials, business leaders and media figures. Those days are over, but the loss of a group’s social status can feel deeply threatening. Many rank-and-file Republicans believe that the country they grew up in is being taken away from them.
Their country is being taken away from them.

Monday, September 23, 2019

Camille Paglia is hated for the wrong reasons

Essay:
Camille Paglia's Approval of Child Pornography And Sexual Contact with Children

Camille Paglia is a self-described libertarian feminist and is a professor of Humanities and Media Studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

For a number of years now, Paglia has been promoted by conservative pundits and media outlets as a sane voice of reason in the midst of an increasingly absurd and malevolent political climate. She is touted as being a renegade feminist, and as an unlikely ally who daringly opposes the most egregious excesses of modern feminist philosophy.
As the article explains, she has a long history of promoting views that would normally make her an outcast.

There have been attempts to get her fired, but not for support of child porn and pedophilia. They wanted her fired for not following certain other leftist views.

I am not saying she should be fired. She is a kook with a lot of nutty views, but her critics should be able to explain why she is wrong. It is just amazing that she is held out as some sort of free speech hero for expressing some commonplace opinions, while she gets away with saying extremely radical and offensive things all the time.

Saturday, September 21, 2019

All the poop that's fit to print

I may quit reading the NY Times. Not only is it left-wing biased, full of trashy doubtful allegations, and evil, it is written by disgusting lunatics. Just read this essay for proof:
There once was a woman who walked regularly from her office in Midtown Manhattan to a hotel across the street in order to use the restroom, and that woman may have been one of us. ...

And then there’s the Poop Dupe ...

Or maybe you just hold it. According to a recent survey of 1,000 Canadian women, 71 percent said they go “to great lengths to avoid defecating — especially in a public washroom.” (Is it any surprise to hear that women are more constipated than men?) ...

According to the work of Dr. Robynne Chutkan, an integrative gastroenterologist and the author of “Gutbliss,” women’s poop anxiety might not simply be cultural or even psychological.
Remember this when relying on the NY Times as the American newspaper of record.

Friday, September 20, 2019

SJWs claim more victims

Today's SJW victims are Canada's Justin Trudeau and Richard Stallman. How far will this go?

Doesn't Canada have more important issues than somebody's Halloween costume 20 years ago? I very much doubt that anyone is really offended. All I hear is people who pretend to be offended in behalf of others.

Stallman's crime was defending Marvin Minsky. Minsky is dead, and cannot defend himself against the accusations of misbehavior. The accusations are doubtful, and I don't believe them either. Stallman should certainly be allowed to defend a colleague from false accusations.

The NY Times has reporters profiting off their dubious accusations in a "She Said" book. In particular, they attack Gloria Allred and her lawyer daughter for not being forthcoming for their book. In one case, Allred's firm got some woman a $125k confidential settlement in 2004 for watching Harvey Weinstein masturbate. The NY Times attacks Allred for not getting a better deal for the woman, but that was an exceptionally favorable settlement for the woman. My guess is that 99% of women would eagerly take such a settlement. I guess the point of She Said is to whine about women's issues, even if they don't make any sense.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Barack Obama was the authoritarian

From a NY Times column:
In 2009, Barack Obama was the most powerful newly elected American president in a generation. Democrats controlled the House and, for about five months in the second half of the year, they enjoyed a filibuster-proof, 60-vote majority in the Senate. For the first six months of his presidency, Obama had an approval rating in the 60s.

Democrats also had a once-in-a-lifetime political opportunity presented by a careening global crisis. ...

If he’d been in the mood to press the case, Obama might have found widespread public appetite for the sort of aggressive, interventionist restructuring of the American economy that Franklin D. Roosevelt conjured with the New Deal.
My recollection is that Obama used the opportunity to take over the banking, automobile, and health care industries. It was the biggest wave of nationalizations in American history. Was that not enough?

It was a political disaster, as Democrats lost most of their power from then until Nov. 2016. They didn't recover until Nov. 2018.

Another NY Times column calls Pres. Trump "the most authoritarian American president in living memory, elected by a paltry minority". No, he was elected by a majority in the way votes are counted in our system, and he is much less authoritarian than Obama was. Here is the real complaint with Trump:
But the premise of Trumpist populism is that the legitimacy and authority of government is conditional on agreement with the political preferences of a shrinking minority of citizens — a group mainly composed of white, Christian conservatives. ...

Votes? Sooner or later, they won’t have enough, and they know it.
He is boasting that White Christian conservatives will be demographically marginalized, and eliminated from political power.

He explains that there is only one obstacle to exterminating the White Christian conservatives -- they belong to citizen militias. So he urges plans by Beto O'Rourke and others to disarm the Whites.

Meanwhile, it is the Left that appears to be itching to provoke a Civil War. Increasingly, California is rebelling against federal policies, and acting as if it wants to secede.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

More anti-Trump fake news from the NY Times

The NY Times claims to have broken a story about some misbehavior many decades ago, and now the leading Democrat candidates are calling for impeachment. But the story had this correction:
On Sunday, the New York Times updated its story reporting a new assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh, which had drawn widespread attention, to clarify that the woman at the center of the incident does not recall it.
With this story being the paper's biggest scoop in weeks, and with it being considered such political dynamite, it is surely the case that the management and top editors signed off on it.

And no one thought that it was important that the supposed accuser denies the accusation?

The NY Times is evil.

Monday, September 16, 2019

NY Times pushes white supremacist theory

Left-wing pundit Andrew Sullivan writes:
The New York Times, by its executive editor’s own admission, is increasingly engaged in a project of reporting everything through the prism of white supremacy and critical race theory, in order to “teach” its readers to think in these crudely reductionist and racial terms. That’s why this issue wasn’t called, say, “special issue”, but a “project”. It’s as much activism as journalism. ...

the NYT chose a neo-Marxist rather than liberal path to make a very specific claim: that slavery is not one of many things that describe America’s founding and culture, it is the definitive one. Arguing that the “true founding” was the arrival of African slaves on the continent, period, is a bitter rebuke to the actual founders and Lincoln. America is not a messy, evolving, multicultural, religiously infused, Enlightenment-based, racist, liberating, wealth-generating kaleidoscope of a society. It’s white supremacy, which started in 1619, and that’s the key to understand all of it.
The Dred Scot supreme court decision said that the USA was founded as a white supremacist nation, and various others have made similar arguments. I am just surprised to see the NY Times get on board with this view.

Meanwhile, NY Times columnist Paul Krugman brags in this video that white non-Jews are being exterminated. This is another theory that is blamed on white supremacists. When whites say that they are being wiped out, it is called a false conspiracy theory. But NY Times Jewish columnists say the same thing.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

The term Autism is becoming meaningless

The London Guardian reports:
The word autism means a lot of different things to different people. To some, it conjures an image of the socially awkward eccentric who, besotted by a narrow set of interests, eschews small-talk and large gatherings in favour of solitude. To others, it’s a profoundly life-limiting disorder that consumes every waking hour of a family’s life, a medical disability that entails unpredictable bouts of aggression resulting in torn upholstery, cracked skulls and savage bites. Severely autistic people have a life expectancy of 36 in the United States and 39.5 in Europe, while their parents and care-givers often experience PTSD and stress similar to that of combat veterans. Mildly autistic people, on the other hand, though far more prone to depression and suicide, can go on to lead productive and fulfilling lives, often blending imperceptibly into the wider population despite their idiosyncracies and social difficulties.

Many people now self-identify as autistic as though it were a fashion label rather than a debilitating disorder

Yet a report this week claimed that the difference between people diagnosed with autism and the rest of the population is shrinking. The autism spectrum is so all-encompassing that experts are now finally starting to question the validity of the term itself. After studying the meta-analyses of autism data, Dr Laurent Mottron, a professor at Université de Montréal, concluded that: “The objective difference between people with autism and the general population will disappear in less than 10 years. The definition of autism may get too vague to be meaningful.”
This is correct. The term has been expanded to include the severely mentally disabled, as well as many that are well within the normal range.

The fields of psychiatry and psychology are dominated by those with an anti-masculine bias, so ordinary male traits can show up as symptoms of autism.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Yale bans innocent grad student

Suppose you spend you whole life developing anti-racist credentials, but some crazy black women accuses you of racist profiling? Yale University had such a case. It ended up exonerating the student, but banning her from campus anyway.

Once she was outcast, others scrutinized her publications for traces of not sufficiently woke thinking. After finding a couple of sentences, a scholarly journal issued an apology for permitting a couple of sentences that some leftists might disagree with!

Academia has gone mad. Such differences of opinion should be celebrated.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

The disappearing white middle class


From an academic paper, excerpted here.

So the only white women having two kids are the poor and the super-rich. And by super-rich, this presumably means having super-rich husbands. High-earning women usually don't have kids.

Replacement is a Total Fertility Rate of about 2.1 kids per women.

The middle class is also economically less viable. In California, only the super-rich can afford to buy homes. The poor sometimes get subsidized housing. College has become affordable for the rich and the poor, but a huge strain on the middle class.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Women say men are not good enough


The NY Post reports:
There’s a devastating shortage of men who have their act together, according to a new study that may not be so surprising to all the single ladies out there.

Research now suggests that the reason for recent years’ decline in the marriage rate could have something to do with the lack of “economically attractive” male spouses who can bring home the bacon, according to the paper published Wednesday in the Journal of Family and Marriage.

“Most American women hope to marry, but current shortages of marriageable men — men with a stable job and a good income — make this increasingly difficult,” says lead author Daniel Lichter in a press release.
The researchers asked women to describe their ideal mates, and then discovered that most of these women would have to settle for less.

They could have asked people their ideal car, with make, model, and price, and then they would have discovered that people would have to pay more than they really wanted to.

The same reasoning would say that there is a shortage of any desirable commodity.

If you ask men about the available women, you will also find that there is a critical shortage of marriageable women. Surely that is a much bigger contributor to the decline in marriage.

It is true that a lot of women complain that the available men are not good enough, but that would be true no matter how good the men were.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Gay newspaper disavows gay gene research

A front-page San Francisco Chronicle newspaper reports:
“I’ve said this multiple times: Why are we so obsessed with studying homosexuality?” Risch said. “Why not genetics of religiosity? Or genetics of homophobia? Racism? Why this?”

Risch joined many other scientists across the country in asking whether it is appropriate to keep spending time and money pursuing a genetic explanation for sexual orientation, when other human behaviors — never mind hundreds of heritable diseases — remain under-explored.

Geneticists have been hunting for a clue in human DNA that would help explain sexuality since the early 1990s, when a scientist at the National Institutes of Health claimed to have found a “gay gene” that was passed from mothers to sons. His initial work has never been successfully replicated, but dozens of other studies have been done since then looking for other genetic ties.
The article strangely does not answer the question. It is true that the heritability of homosexuality is probably not much different from hundreds of other behaviors.

The simple explanation is that the gay lobby did some market research, and discovered that the public was more accepting of same-sex marriage and other gay rights proposals if they believed that homosexuality was genetic. So they cooked up phony scientific evidence for a gay gene.
It’s especially unsettling when sexual orientation is already a stigmatized, highly political issue, and it’s easy for even the most benign results to be misinterpreted, Reilly said. Already, he’d seen evidence on social media of people using the Broad Institute findings to support the long-disproved concept that sexual orientation is a choice, because it isn’t defined by one single gay gene.
No, it is not a long-disproved concept. That was just the earlier propaganda that homosexuality is genetic, and not a choice.


Monday, September 09, 2019

Jews celebrate imminent GOP destruction

NY Times columnist Michelle Goldberg writes:
Toward the end of his new book, “R.I.P. G.O.P.,” the renowned Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg makes a thrilling prediction, delivered with the certainty of prophecy. “The year 2020 will produce a second blue wave on at least the scale of the first in 2018 and finally will crash and shatter the Republican Party that was consumed by the ill-begotten battle to stop the New America from governing,” he writes.

It sounds almost messianic: the Republican Party, that foul agglomeration of bigotry and avarice that has turned American politics into a dystopian farce, not just defeated but destroyed. The inexorable force of demography bringing us a new, enlightened political dispensation. Greenberg foresees “the death of the Republican Party as we’ve known it,” and a Democratic Party “liberated from the nation’s suffocating polarization to use government to advance the public good.” I’d like to believe it, and maybe you would too. But should we? ...

His confidence will not be enough to lessen the insomnia that has plagued me since the cursed night when Trump was elected.
I am just giving another example of how Jews think. She obviously believes that demographic displacement of White people will increase Jewish power, so Jews should work towards that end.

Sunday, September 08, 2019

Buffalo churches are now mosques

Salon mag reports:
Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia famously switched from a Christian church to a mosque in 1453.

The same sort of conversions have been taking place in Buffalo’s East Side. ...

Two mosques, Bait Ul Mamur Inc. Masjid and Masjid Zakariya, used to be Saint Joachim’s Roman Catholic Church and Holy Mother of Rosary Polish National Catholic Church, respectively.

And two other formerly vacant churches that the Catholic diocese was struggling to sell were eventually sold. One, Queen of Peace Roman Catholic Church, was converted into a mosque, Jami Masjid. Another, Saint Agnes Roman Catholic Church, became a temple, the International Sangha Bhiksu Buddhist Association.
I just listened to an interview of David French, the conservative Trump-hater. He ranted against white supremacy, and against those who do not accept his adopted African daughter.

A lot of people do not agree with bringing in African children as pets, not just white supremacists.

His biggest gripe was about use of the word "invasion" to describe certain demographic changes. He wanted to stamp out the word as evil white supremacist propaganda. He seemed to think that it wrong implies that the invaders are hostile.

In fact common usage does not imply that the invaders intend to be hostile. People speak of an invasion of tourists, or an invasion of ants.

America is being invaded by foreigners who are transforming it into something else. The members of the Buffalo mosques are probably peaceful, and not terrorists, but they are still invaders.

Saturday, September 07, 2019

Weiss wants Jews to align with other non-Christians

A Wash. Post article attacks NY Times columnist Bari Weiss as if she were a white supremacist or a slavery apologist, but she is really a Jewish supremacist. To decide for yourself, see her latest column:
Since you are reading this, I probably don’t have to tell you that the news these days is not good for the Jews.
Now this is just lunacy. Jews have more economic power and political and cultural high status than they are ever had in their history. Per capita, they are the most powerful ethnic group in the world. Saying that the news is "not good" is just a way of saying that the Jews have not yet achieved world domination.

But the Jewish religion is to complain about imaginary persecutions.
For the second time in American history — and the second time in six months — Jews were shot dead in synagogue by a neo-Nazi, this time in Poway, Calif.
No, "Jews" were not shot dead. According to Wikipedia, only one Jew died.

I strongly disapprove of murder, of course, but one murder in six months is not a lot.
In the last week of August, there were three assaults on ultra-Orthodox Jewish men in Brooklyn — attacks largely not covered by the press perhaps because, as in a majority of anti-Semitic instances in New York, the perpetrators were not white supremacists.
So they are Blacks or Pakistanis? Why all the complaining about Whites? These are simple crimes, and such crimes are committed overwhelmingly by Blacks and immigrant populations, and Jews make excuses for them.
Conversion out of Judaism could never be the answer to anti-Semitism. That was merely self-mutilation born out of fear and despair.
Self-mutilation? Okay, it is clear that she believes Jews must maintain their hatred of Christianity.
As Wasi Mohamed, then the head of the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh, pointed out: ... Our [Moslem] neighbors understood that an attack on the Jewish community was an attack on them, too.
That is because the Pittsburgh shooter explained that his anger at the synagogue was based on its efforts to import Third World non-Christians and criminals into the USA.

The Moslem neighbors recognize that, and expressed their support for Jews importing Third World Moslems.

Update: The NY Times also just released this YouTube interview of Weiss. I have not watched it, but supposedly she says “Anyone who knows Jews in Europe knows that they all have a plan.” The plan from George Soros and many others is to flood Europe with Moslem migrants.

Friday, September 06, 2019

Wash Post wants to suppress the Reasonable Right

The Wash. Post slogan is:
Democracy Dies in Darkness
This sounds like a White supremacist slogan. That is, one could read that as saying that majority rule does not work with too many darkies.

If that seems like a stretch, consider this Wash. Post op-ed:
After the El Paso shooting, Ben Shapiro, a popular conservative podcaster, asked Americans to draw a line between the few conservatives who are white supremacists and those who, like him, aren’t.
Ben Shapiro is a Jewish supremacist, not a white supremacist.
Not all these figures identify as right-wing. They typically dislike President Trump but say they’re being pushed rightward — or driven to defend the rights of conservatives — by intolerance and extremism on the left.
She goes on to list a bunch of left-wingers.
The reasonable right’s rhetoric is exactly the same as the antebellum rhetoric I’d read so much of. The same exact words. The same exact arguments. Rhetoric, to be precise, in support of the slave-owning South. ...

They stressed the importance of logic, “facts,” “truth,” “science” and “nature” much more than Northern rhetoricians did. They chided their adversaries for being romantic idealists, ignoring the “experience of centuries.”
I learned from this article. Until now, I did not know why John Wilkes Booth shot Pres. Lincoln.

Apparently some people wanted to use reason, truth, and common sense to avoid the Civil War. That seems like it was a worthy goal to me, as the war was a disaster.
If you hear somebody lament, as Bret Stephens does, that political “opinions that were considered reasonable and normal” not too long ago now must be “delivered in whispers,” it might be antebellum reasoning. If somebody says — as Harris has — that our politics are at risk of ignoring common sense, logic or the realities of human biology, it might be antebellum reasoning. If somebody such as Nicholas Kristof says ...
These are all extreme Trump-haters.

The gist of this article is that reasonable people tried to avoid the Civil War, and now there are seemingly reasonable prople using truth and common sense to try to avoid Civil War 2.0. If the Left is going to succeed in its war goals, it must censor and ostracize these folks on the reasonable right and center.

Thursday, September 05, 2019

Backpage.com may be innocent

Backpage.com has been shut down for alleged child trafficking, but Reason reports that it is all a lie:
In April 2012, two federal prosecutors sent their boss a memo about Backpage, the site that had, since 2004, been operating like a parallel Craigslist. What would unravel over the course of the 24-page document contradicts almost everything we've heard from federal authorities about Backpage since.

The memo—subject: "Backpage.com Investigation" — reveals that six years before Backpage leaders were indicted on federal criminal charges, prosecutors had already begun building a "child sex trafficking" case against the company. But this case was hampered by the fact that Backpage kept trying to help stop sex trafficking.

"Information provided to us by [FBI Agent Steve] Vienneau and other members of the Innocence Lost Task Force confirm that, unlike virtually every other website that is used for prostitution and sex trafficking, Backpage is remarkably responsive to law enforcement requests and often takes proactive steps to assist in investigations," wrote Catherine Crisham and Aravind Swaminathan, both assistant U.S. attorneys for the Western District of Washington, in the April 3 memo to Jenny Durkan, now mayor of Seattle and then head federal prosecutor for the district. Vienneau told prosecutors that "on many occasions," Backpage staff proactively sent him "advertisements that appear to contain pictures of juveniles" and that the company was "very cooperative at removing these advertisements at law enforcement's request."

"Even without a subpoena, in exigent circumstances such as a child rescue situation, Backpage will provide the maximum information and assistance permitted under the law," wrote Crisham and Swaminathan.
I am not surprised. Backpage seemed to be just a competitor to Craigslist. Because of potential legal liability, Craigslist has had to remove personal (dating) ads. Both operated on the principle that users can post anything, and then offensive and illegal ads get flagged and removed.

Reason also defends Johnson & Johnson. Yes, we have an opioid crisis, but it is not clear that these lawsuits will help anything. The tobacco lawsuits mainly just enriched some law firms.