Liar Land

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If you were to go back in time, just a couple of generations, and snatch up some politically active people and bring them forward to this age, they would not only be disappointed that things did not turn out as they predicted, but they would be horrified by what has happened with the public square. They would wonder why there even is a public square when it is now so polluted with deception. How can you have a public debate when so many start with a lie?

This is one of those things that is hard to appreciate about this age as it has crept up on us like the fog and become the new normal. No one tunes into public affairs shows expecting a good faith effort to present the issues and the arguments in a fair and honest way or an effort to inform the viewer. It is not even an attempt to persuade in most cases, but something like a revival for a certain audience. The performers say the expected things and the viewers cheer.

It is not just in the narrow area of performative politics. Deception is now the coin of the realm, even where the truth would serve the parties better. For example, the ongoing feud between Candace Owens and The Daily Wire. None of this would have happened if the Daily Wire had been honest and said they dumped Owens because she is critical of Israel and the platform is pro-Israel. No one would have been surprised and it would have been a one-day affair, but instead they chose to lie.

This is not a peculiarity of the Daily Wire. Lying is now the new normal and truth telling is a good way to get hurled into the void. Whole subjects have been consigned to the shadows because you cannot speak candidly about them, and the lies are so absurd that even the performers cannot say them with a straight face. Crime is the most obvious example of a topic that no longer gets discussed by “serious analysts” because you are not allowed to speak honestly about it.

Crime is a great example of endemic lying. We can no longer trust the FBI crime data because everyone involved in reporting it now lies about it. It used to be that the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting was the gold standard for data, but now it is like everything else in that it is the product of perfidy. The police departments lie about their stats to please the politicians, who lie about the stats to hide the truth from the people they claim to represent. It is liars all the way down.

Every day, the White House sends out that goofy looking black women to address the media on the issues of the day. Everyone in the room knows she is a moron, and everyone knows she is just repeating obvious lies written down in her book that is provided to her by the White House. Everyone in the room then pretends that this is a sincere presentation of events. They refuse to ask obvious questions or address the obvious lies, but instead continue like it is normal.

That is the thing. It is normal. Karine Jean-Pierre is the most absurd and ridiculous example so far, but well within the trend. No reasonable person can accept anything from official sources at face value. The only way to read the news is to first start with the assumption that the truth is from the set of things not mentioned in the news. If you see your picture in the news with your name in the caption, you best check your birth certificate as it is a good chance you are not who you think.

What you see when you lay up a trivial internet drama alongside official pronouncements from the state is that lying is the new normal. Whether it is a small issue or a vitally important issue, the first instinct of everyone involved is to lie and often lie fantastically. It is as if there is a secret competition for who can generate the most outlandish lie each day. Here is a great example of a lie so outlandish that it is hard to imagine anyone doing it without being struck by lightning.

The question is whether this is the result of a corrupt and rotten ruling class or is it the inevitable result of democratic society. In favor of the latter is the observation by the Persians that the ancient Greeks habitualized lying to one another. The agora, the place where Greeks bought and sold things, debated issues of the day, and conducted public affairs was a riot of deception. Winning the argument and winning the sale were the product or clever deception and storytelling.

In the former case, it is clear that the ruling class started to change for the worse after the end of the Cold War. The Clinton’s brought a style of lying to Washington that sent our politics into the abyss of perpetual deception. The financialization of the economy shifted the focus away from building a better mousetrap to creating new and increasingly complex financing of the mouse trap business. These schemes were clever but devoid of any truth value.

As is often the case, it is a combination of these things and some others, but the result is what matters. We now live in a carnival of lies. It is tempting to think that this cannot last, but much of the world lives this way. The reason conspiracy theories are so popular around most of the world is they make more sense than official truth. They also let people think that at the heart of the whirlwind of official lies is a truth that is both rational and reasonable. It lets them sleep at night.

Can Western societies function this way? It is hard to know. A low-IQ, low-trust population can be manipulated by clever midwits, but a high-IQ, naturally trusting society may grow violently irritated by a perfidious midwit ruling class. The general unhappiness we see may be the result of living in a world where stupid people, who think they are clever, tell us obvious lies. One can tolerate someone like Karine Jean-Pierre for so long before something must be done.


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TempoNick
TempoNick
1 month ago

There are many starting points, but it accelerated under the Clintons for sure. If they are telling the truth about JFK, why haven’t they released all the classified documents after 60 years? And then there is Watergate and the Checkers speech, when Nixon became their whipping boy for committing misdemeanors in an occupation where major felonies are committed as part of the job. Trump says 9/11 was an inside job, I tend to believe it. The slow dribble of information about aliens, they’ve been lying about that too. Global warming? Lie. The woman who helped find the Obama’s birth certificate?… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
1 month ago

Totality

The new favorite word of the midwit

Replaces efficacy

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Most of the time they’ll clue you in with overuse of the word amazing, long before they get to either one of those

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
1 month ago

“They lie to us, we know they’re lying, they know we know they’re lying but they keep lying anyway, and we keep pretending to believe them.”

Cruciform
Cruciform
Reply to  Oswald Spengler
1 month ago

My Normie NYC transplant neighbors are outside staring at the sky with re-purposed movie 3D glasses from the ’50’s.

Told them they could have my stuff if I go poof…

jrod
jrod
Reply to  Cruciform
1 month ago

Should have offered them your Ray-Bans and said they’re good for eclipses.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
1 month ago

It seems more likely that even trivial official information is false. The reasoning is that officials are never punished for lying to the public but they certainly are for telling the truth. Snowden and Assange are persecuted as a warning to others with an unhealthy interest in factual truth. Can this go on? Absolutely not. It will succumb to accumulated garbage noise instead of useful information. It is similar to the debt; the fact that it hasn’t collapsed yet is not proof that it won’t. Like the man who fell off the Empire state building and was asked a few… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
1 month ago

This ball has been rolling since clinton

I cannot claim to have the most amazing insights into American history, but I can say with totality that prior to him lying was a big no no

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

I also believe things have gotten much worse. This is opposed to the dissident school saying we’re just more aware of the official lies

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
1 month ago

There was a pretty big outcry with Clinton lying. It turned almost half the country against him and they never forgave him. Many of those people I presume have passed on.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Legally there’s a good argument that what he did was not perjury. Who wouldn’t lie about something like that they could get away with it? I blame the Republicans for pushing it as much as I blame him. By the time all those hearings were over, it left a bad taste in my mouth about both parties. The bigger problem with the Clinton administration is that they basically put spin on overdrive and lied about the aggressive actions they took running government. I think that’s when statistics first started getting fudged like the way they calculate inflation and all kinds… Read more »

compsci
compsci
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

“Legally there’s a good argument that what he did was not perjury.”

Nick like to hear some of that argument. What does “I did not have sex with that woman” mean to you? If that’s the basis of your argument, it’s not one shared with the common man in the street–Left or Right.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

May be referring to the “meaning of ‘is’ is” defense, but that is not correct and it was ridiculous. What he might have argued is it depends on how you define “sex.”

Still, with all the other crimes he committed, going after him for lying about sex seemed petty. But going after him for his more serious crimes would have implicated many other powerful people so you can’t go there.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Falcone
1 month ago

Lying is not perjury unless what you’re lying about is germaine to the subject matter. If you are on trial for murder and lie about posting about politics on the z blog, that is not perjury.

ray
ray
1 month ago

‘The question is whether this is the result of a corrupt and rotten ruling class or is it the inevitable result of democratic society.’ It’s a factor, certainly. But not the core reason. The core reason is that a masculine society is generally oriented towards probity, in all things. Generally. 1950s America is a decent example. A feminine/feminist society, otoh, is oriented strongly towards deception. Females skew heavily Left, males Right. America is a radically Leftist and Feminist nation. That grew incrementally following passage of the 19th, and it ain’t an accident that totalitarianism and The Lie grew right alongside… Read more »

Getreal
Getreal
Reply to  ray
1 month ago

“Deception is a central aspect of being female…”

Yes. When raising my sons, I made sure they understood that all women lie. But not to hold that against them unless necessary, since they are also the future mothers of your children.

In its most benign sense, a woman will lie about little things. You gently deal with that. You need to vet them before their lies about big things destroy your life.

But they all lie. And I am a happily married man of 28 years, partly by understanding reality.

ray
ray
Reply to  Getreal
1 month ago

It is possible for some men really to love a woman if that (rare) man is willing to confront the truth about general, but widespread and endemic, female behavior and nature. Same for male behavior, far as that goes. It is the duty of men to teach their sons this also, because without such confrontation of reality, their relationships with females usually are founded on illusion and self-deception. Those men still allowed relationships with their sons, that is. I’m a Christian. Christ and the apostles were frankly, and sometimes firmly, honest about females and their God-given roles. Modern pastors conveniently… Read more »

Pozymandias
Reply to  Getreal
1 month ago

There’s a reason HR departments are staffed almost entirely by women. The *entire* process of job searching (and keeping) is made up of lies the way a log cabin is made of wood. The companies are lying, the questions they ask encourage lying (“give us 3 reasons you want to work here”), the recruiters are lying, and finally the applicants are lying. As habitual liars, women are believed to be perfect for this role. The problem is that they lied to get their jobs as well, have no idea what their employer’s business is really about, and don’t ever intend… Read more »

ray
ray
Reply to  Pozymandias
1 month ago

Pozy —

Yes. Those things all are true.

Winthorp3rd
Winthorp3rd
Reply to  ray
1 month ago

“In accordance with the foregoing, we find that injustice is the fundamental failing of the female character. It arises primarily from the above-mentioned want of reasonableness and reflection and is further supported by the fact that, as the weaker, they are by nature dependent not on force but cunning; hence their instinctive artfulness and ineradicable tendency to tell lies. For just as nature has armed the lion with claws and teeth, the elephant and boar with tusks, the bull with horns, and the cuttlefish with ink that blackens water, so for their defense and protection has she endowed women with… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Winthorp3rd
1 month ago

Schopenhauer has long been a favorite in Women’s Studies departments around the country…

ray
ray
Reply to  Winthorp3rd
1 month ago

That Schope was a wise dood.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  ray
1 month ago

Lordy, the local anchor just came on the air amd said that the eclipse today was “amazing, emotional, powerful”.

Emotional? And this came from a male-presenting reporter. It’s time, ladies. Time to go back into the kitchen and leave things to the men. We can’t sustain this kind of estrogen-soaked society.

theRussians
theRussians
Member
Reply to  KGB
1 month ago

I checked a few live feeds over on the ytube, it was ridiculous, and that’s being generous.

James Proverbs
James Proverbs
Reply to  theRussians
1 month ago

This is on my mind. Due to some work travel I ended up in ~the area of “totality”. Traffic was snarled and I even saw some fat dudes wandering down the side of the interstate.

I’ve asked a few people, “This wasn’t such a big deal last time, right”.
I’m thinking 2017 or so.

Weird. Venn diagram of Star Wars fans and Eclipse fanatics….and people who think Lebron James > Michael Jordan is probably pretty coherent.

anon
anon
Reply to  ray
1 month ago

“Deception is a central aspect of being female” Men, traditionally, had to go out into the world to fend and provide for their families. Even in the West, till the mid 1950s the world was a harsh and unforgiving place. Men who faced reality as it was stood the best chance of survival. Because men protected women from reality, women could live in their fantasy world of deception. Now that women have been given their wish of being “equal”, most recoil from it and still want their feminine privileges. Where men have failed is at being men. When women came… Read more »

Danny
Danny
1 month ago

In addition to lying, is the condescending attitude of all mainstream media. They address the audience at a third-grade level. The general entertainment and other TV offerings are the same. It’s insulting but also alarming that this is getting worse – more ridiculous all the time. “You don’t want to miss the eclipse, but if there’s a tornado warning, don’t take chances with your life.” Very tiring actually. And this constant chatter (i.e. lie) about “climate change” is going to push someone over the edge. Climate change on a planet that is purported to be 4 billion years old. That… Read more »

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

I would argue that Colin Powell lying in UN about Iraq’s WMD and conservatives going with it was the defining moment.

Clintons were sleazy, and everyone on the conservative arena pointed that out. Conservatives also argued that they were better than the lying Clintons. By allowing the war against Iraq to happen on false pretense, they lost the moral high ground.

From that point on, it was a race of which politician came up with the bigger whopper.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Abstractly, the answer has changed.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  c matt
1 month ago

WHAT WOULD YOU DO TO STOP HITLER???

Stop?

Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

“The [GWB administration] aide said that guys like me were ‘in what we call the reality-based community,’ which he defined as people who ‘believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality.’ […] ‘That’s not the way the world really works anymore,’ he continued. ‘We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors…and you, all of you, will be left to just study what… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Z: “The neocons introduced a type of perfidy in which you create a false authority or a false premise and quickly build a logical framework on it.” argumentum ab auctoritate AKA argument by Appeal to Authority. The j00z are masters of it; j00ish psyops are riddled with it; it’s d@mned near ubiquitous in j00ish interactions with the goyim [anywhere from intimate interactions at small dinner parties, to mass media displays beamed to hundreds of millions of goyim instantaneously]. argumentum ab auctoritate There’s a similar latinate fallacy, called, “argumentum ad verecundiam”, which [if I understand it correctly] translates in modern English… Read more »

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

I think the switch was thrown with Anita Hill. Not only did she fabricate all of her accusations and offer no proof, she got away with it against one of the most protected classes in society…even in the early 1990’s.

Granted, that was an election year, and her little stunt was intended to deflect from the Clintons. But I think that was the inflection point.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Hokkoda
1 month ago

I’m going back to Nixon because they basically hanged him on a triviality. But then there was Robert Bork.

Another point of reference is 1965 when they lied to us about the immigration act. They claimed it would not change the demographics of this country.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  TempoNick
1 month ago

TempoNick: “Another point of reference is 1965 when they lied to us about the immigration act. They claimed it would not change the demographics of this country.”

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Insert meme of rootless cosmopolitan merchant rubbing hands…

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  TempoNick
1 month ago

I forgot about Bork, whose name became a verb.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  TempoNick
1 month ago

That’s how many times they’ve pulled that stunt. One of the most noteworthy and egregious instances, one that created a new verb, has faded into obscurity.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago
Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

That’s an interesting argument, Paul, and the same could be applied to the Gulf of Tonkin or even The Maine. I think the Clintons’ contribution was that they made lying cool and acceptable. That’s not as lethal, obviously, but saying the quiet part out loud spiraled out of control in short order. The public bears huge responsibility for what has happened because lying would have not have been normalized without that widespread admiration of those who did it routinely and sometimes well.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

Arguably all that enlightenment rhetoric about human rights and freedom was a foundational lie and dissimulation was baked into the cake from the beginning. Now go pay your income tax or else Uncle Sam will shoot you in the neck.

Ahab's Shoe Discount
Ahab's Shoe Discount
Reply to  Ploppy
1 month ago

Baked into the yellow cake.

Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

“I would argue that Colin Powell lying…”

How about when that chubby wuss said he wouldn’t run for president ‘because my wife doesn’t want me to…”

5 star Beta. Bay-tuh!

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

There was something about Powell’s UN presentation that ties in with the internet gambit of flooding your opponent with selective links and charts. In 2003, this form of debate would have just been gathering steam on the web and here was Powell showing how to do it properly.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

Paul, I would argue that an even more “defining moment” was when Clinton lied and said we need to bomb Iraq “because WMD” and ordered Operation Desert Fox… the night before the House was to hold an impeachment vote.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Xman
1 month ago

Was it Iraq or Libya? I remember being utterly furious because Slick was condemning people to death as a means of trying to stave off his own impeachment. That was as evil a deed as any US president has ever committed.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
1 month ago

Excellent poast, Z. You are indeed correct that dishonesty is the coin of the realm but the outcome is not in doubt to anyone except the chilliest of the grillers. All fiat currencies eventually fail. This is an historical fact. Often you will find jews heavily represented among the drivers and enablers of that failure too. The second Nixon took the currency off the gold standard – our future was graved in stone. I’m surprised it has taken as long as it has. When the economy fails the four horsemen will have a field day. The fix is easy and… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Filthie
1 month ago

Filthie: Any Whites that are stupid enough to return to Zimbabwe – under any pretenses – deserve their fate. Who is going to be left to build these civilizations of which you dream? And where? (Poland just passed a hate-crime law.) Look, I believe utterly in the historical superiority of the White race, but . . . we are not those people. IQ has been dropping for over 100 years. Whites are under attack and in retreat all over the globe. I’m not counseling despair, but realism. Sure, hang around certain blogs and you’ll read endlessly of this supposed vast… Read more »

Albert
Albert
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

“. . . we are not those people. IQ has been dropping for over 100 years. ”

Even in the middle of the 20th century, the nation was full of reasonably bright, largely hard working white folk. Take a look at places like Ohio today, or Minnesota, etc. The population is black, immigrant and the white population is increasingly kind of retarded.

Demographics being destiny, we are f**ked and cannot hold a country of this size.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
Reply to  Albert
1 month ago

Nonsense. “Demographics is destiny?” What rot! Tell that to the Boers in South Africa. A handful of whites defeated and controlled legions of black animals. As did the British, the Germans and all the other white imperialist nations. All empires rise and fall and I am not sure our esteemed host has the right of it on this: I believe his view is that they get to big and expensive to run. I am not so sure… I think empires rot from within. To run an empire, you need lots of smart, competent, driven men. The old nickel about “good… Read more »

Filthie
Filthie
Member
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

I’m not telling anyone what to think, 3G, just bloviating out loud. Not to sure about the idea of the IQ drop. Are we getting stupider? Or lazier? Academically speaking they probably look very much alike. When you consider what’s happened to our teachers and public schools…some sort of institutionalized stupidity is inevitable. Intellectual potential is an inherited genetic trait. I am looking at things long term, here. Short term… you are absolutely right. We are ever so effed. The only reason we are in these straights is because we can afford to be – or at least, so we… Read more »

tashtego
Member
1 month ago

For the great majority, certainly more than 90%, truth is whatever authority says it is and that is good enough for them. They are ready to be directed to use force to make it good enough for you too. Most people are born to be slaves, expendable worker bees in the various hives of humanity around the planet. Those civics programs of the past were still just vehicles for filling in the otherwise empty minds of the herd, it was just done in a more white and therefore more civilized way for a more white and civilized population. A more… Read more »

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  tashtego
1 month ago

What ho, Tashtego! Let me hear thy hammer.
Your point regarding the general decency’s decline is simply a reflection of shifting demographics, not that it is inherently more perfidious than before, is well-put. What many decry as the Boomers or Grillers’ mindset is the indoctrination the Boomers received as youths, which now, simply, becomes more silly as the society shifts. The heightened contrast only shows how silly the Boomer mindset was, not that it was an inherently different color in the past.

tashtego
Member
Reply to  Eloi
1 month ago

“Towards thee I roll, thou all-destroying but unconquering whale;” That question in the first comment wasn’t intended to be rhetorical. I was hoping for thoughts on what a dissident movement should apply itself towards accomplishing. If you accept the premise that the vast majority have no true political or even moral agency, and I think the covid hysteria alone demonstrated the truth of this assertion, the political goals of a challenger for power cannot coherently espouse anything resembling democratic ideas about how society ought to be organized and administered. At least not sincerely, though pretending to has obvious utility in… Read more »

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  tashtego
1 month ago

I think what you’re seeing is the failure of our society to absorb the thinking men from the herd of ape-things. The anti-white stuff has accelerated it and the regime is rapidly creating a counter-elite of people who would rather burn everything to the ground than live as serfs in the Brave New World hell they have planned for the great brown ape horde.

Lucky for us the children of the regime have regressed to the ape-like mean of IQ and aren’t likely to be successful in creating their bug eating utopia.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
1 month ago

The most recent howler I’ve seen occurred during the national semifinal games of the Final Four. At courtside, there was a digital billboard advertising this thing or that, or offering hortatory or supposedly edifying bromides. But there was one, in particular, that really caught my eye. It said, “The NCAA celebrates student-athletes.” Hoo boy. What an obvious whopper. For all intents and purposes there are no student-athletes in big-time college hoops anymore, and the NCAA knows this better than anybody. NIL (Name-Image-Likeness) is a huge money fund to play players, and no-fault transfer rules are the college game’s free agent… Read more »

Mike
Mike
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

Maybe I’m just out of the loop now, but it seems like there is no interest in or chatter about the men’s playoffs. The only talk I’ve heard has been about the Iowa women. Hopefully the NCAA is dying slowly, not fast enough for me though. There used to be betting pools on the brackets and everywhere and I haven’t anyone talk about their brackets at all this year. Maybe though it’s because I don’t hang out with jock-sniffers.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mike
1 month ago

May be your particular setting. In mine, there’s very little interest in broadball but quite a bit in the men’s tourney, just like always.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

I saw a meme yesterday that summed this up perfectly. It said: “We’re sorry your daughter was raped by a retarded cannibal, but we needed him for the team.”
If that doesn’t sum that whole fiasco up, I’m not sure what does.

NeoSpartan
NeoSpartan
1 month ago

Resegregation and mass deportation. Give blacks 13% of the land, fair enough. They can call it it Wakanda. But there really is no other solution. White Christians need their own countries again. The rest have to go back or be given a percentage, but multicult has failed. It’s done, nothing will be fixed until we address the root problem. People prefer to live amongst themselves, forcing a bunch of different people together has been terrible. It needs to stop. Nobody likes it but jews, and they only do because it gives them cover. But fuck their cover, they are terrible… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  NeoSpartan
1 month ago

The great thing about calling multiculturalism a failure is leftists are forced to agree with you. Since if it is a success there is no need for all their DIE “equity” programs. So we actually do have a common “starting point” with the left on race relations.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

That would be nice, but the left will just claim the failure lies in White Supremacy always and forever keepin’ the Other Down.

They don’t allow observable facts to undermine their narratives. Period.

Zorro, the lesser "Z" man
Zorro, the lesser "Z" man
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
1 month ago

If this is indeed the problem that the left claims it is, the only solution is peaceful separation. The diverse must return to their non-white countries devoid of so-called supremacy. They can take the Talmudists with them, who richly deserve to wallow in the vibrancy. It’s a win-win for everyone.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
1 month ago

Always apropos, how Small Hat Ben was fabricated by Hollywood.
https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/12/how-hollywood-invented-ben-shapiro

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
1 month ago

If you go down the list of the supposed ‘men’ of ‘the right’ you get a…

Kustsler guy
Shapiro guy
Ace of Spades guy
Mark Stein guy
Pollak guy
Breitbart guy
Prager guy
Levin guy
Savage guy
… lotta guys, few goys.

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  Owlman
1 month ago

Kuntsler.

The whole IDF/Hamas conflict made some of them break cover pretty egregiously. No going back and pretending to be ‘conservatives.’ They should just register as foreign agents and be honest.

Wait! Isn’t the topic today about a lack of honesty?

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Owlman
1 month ago

Yeah, never going to look at James Kunstler in an uncritical way again. Scratch a supposedly secular jew, and underneath you find another fervant, uncritical Tribesman.

I have also taken to rethinking acceptance of his collapse ideas; they do tend to reinforce the “You will own nothing, and you will be happy” POV rather closely. Hmm.

Larval
Larval
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
1 month ago

Yup, fuck Cuntsler, another phony – ‘secular’ are they all not secular??? Oops, ‘observant’ or somesuch.

Once revealed as a fake, no need to try and find something in his canon that is not fake and gay.

Oh yeah, we’re doomed. Out children are doomed. You know the ONE thing Hudson NY, his stronghold was always known for? Prostitution. People stayed away from that shithole going back a generation.

Zorro, the lesser "Z" man
Zorro, the lesser "Z" man
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
1 month ago

I concur JJ. CFNation used to be a goto blog but after I saw Kunstler soil his linens over the Hamas/IDF conflict I soured on him. He also purges truthtellers from his comment section. Oy vey.

mikew
mikew
Reply to  Owlman
1 month ago

Someone gave me Kunstler’s “World Made By Hand” book . I read about 30 pages and decided it was total shitlib trash but played at a lower key. It had the usual goy bigots causing the problems in the post apocalypse paradise. I could never read any of his stuff after reading that.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
Reply to  Owlman
1 month ago

Well that whole jogger vs jew thing is just a massive psyop – a soap opera to entertain the grillers. I heard somewhere that they are going to have the mother of all debates between those two soon – and you can bet all the cool kids will be rooting for their favourite representative of the oppressed minorities.

And, in the usual manner of Conservative Inc… they’ll both lose…

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Filthie
1 month ago

I don’t agree. Candace Owens told a rabbi to his face that he has no right to put his religion over hers. That’s why she was fired. Now, maybe you think that the Daily Wire is playing 18th-dimensional chess. Nevertheless, she said the thing that is probably the most horrible and offensive thing you can say to a Jew, which is that their religion is not superior to your dumb goyim subhuman Amalek religion. No matter what, she said it.

TempoNick
TempoNick
Reply to  Owlman
1 month ago

I don’t think Mark Steyn is a hebe, but as to the rest you are correct. One huge reason they are out of step with the voting base. Their experience and their conception of conservatism is absolutely not the same.

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
Reply to  TempoNick
1 month ago

Mark Steyn is a goy boy. But you can add Dennis Prager to the list.

TomA
TomA
1 month ago

Some lies and deceptions are worse than others. Once again, to the root. Legislators do not meet in conference on the floor of the Senate or House to debate and synthesize good law on behalf of the people they serve. Those halls remain empty and are only visited sporadically by lone legislators to give canned speeches for appearance purposes. They are actors emoting to an empty theater, with no purpose other than subterfuge. All legislation is written by lobbyists and all votes are contrived. Everything about this charade is a lie. But it works, in the sense that it keeps… Read more »

Pete
Pete
Reply to  TomA
1 month ago

They have it set up so that when the plates fall, we are the ones who will be slaughtered and/or starve. The elites will be on their private jets headed for Israel before we even know that the apocalypse is truly upon us.

Believe me these folks aren’t worried whatsoever.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Pete
1 month ago

“Believe me these folks aren’t worried whatsoever.”

Exactly right. I always get a kick out of it when someone says things like “the elites are really worried now!”. Bullshit, they haven’t a care in the world except where they will get their next bag of blow, which mistress they will bang tonight and how many millions their insider trade will net them.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Pete
1 month ago

I understand your reaction and emotion, but defeatism is not a cure for anything. You control you, and you can apply yourself toward whatever solution you may deem as potentially effective. If you have a conception of what will happen in the future, then your obligation is to come up with a remedy, not complain that one doesn’t exist. Think outside the box and use your brain for good outcomes not despair.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

Yes, I am aware of the dystopian predictions of what awaits us when the manufactured collapse occurs. And whatever comes to pass, the average American can do nothing to prevent this outcome. I don’t think we can either educate or scare normie into awareness; the weakest among us will eagerly acquiesce to servitude verse starvation. But millions will rebel and fight back. And if they focus on the root of the problem and utilize their ancestral innovative and work-ethic abilities, we can make a real existential fight of it. Drones are a game-changer, and every basement, garage, and storeroom is… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

Sometimes it takes me a while to catch up on pop culture. Over the weekend I finally got around to watching Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. My big takeaway was the “We’re In It Together” billboard. I wonder what the covid cultists would think about that if they watched it now. Mostly a rather incoherent if entertaining movie. I didn’t start out avoiding pop culture for ideological reasons, but in the long run I think it has served me well, and now I see the pragmatic reasons to do so. When you consume it, it affects you, frequently in ways you aren’t… Read more »

Larval
Larval
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

“But is that really so new?”

“McNamara’s Morons” cry out to their Gold Star mothers from the grave.

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

And the other side of the BDS/TDS coin is the worship of Obummer. None of it is real.

Mycale
Mycale
1 month ago

The economic numbers that the Brandon entity issues once a month are in full “Soviet boot production” mode. They’re just completely fake. The chances that the official numbers outpace all the indicators’, every single month, for three years, is zero. It’s just not possible. Yet, the media will present them uncritically and then bring out their “disinformation experts”, a discipline that did not exist before 2017, to tell you why you have to believe them. As the Soviet Union proved, though, at some point reality will collide with the make-believe, and the make-believe will lose. Already, on some level, it… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Mycale
1 month ago

The disconnect between the GDP numbers and what people are feeling in their personal lives is interesting.

According to the official numbers, the economy red hot and unemployment about as low as it can go. Yet, Biden remains unpopular and people still feel uneasy about the economy.

Something doesn’t add up.

The govt is running a huge deficit which is pumping up the economy, but people aren’t feeling it.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

They are inflating their way to “prosperity.” (Financialization is really just a euphemism for inflation). They can goose asset prices, such as stocks and real estate, but the only wages they can goose are those of government jobs. In fact, the goosed asset prices are dependent on suppressed wages. So what the average person sees are houses he can’t afford and a McDonald’s menu that seems like it should come with a white tablecloth and French speaking waiter.

I don’t think you can goose asset prices forever though. I think there’s a limit.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

Which is why it is interesting to see shitlibs start whining about muh shrinkflation and muh corporate profits. Obviously they got their marching orders because they are all saying this. Now, I know the smart ones (like Robert Reich) are just making a political calculation here, that blaming inflation on some vague notion of “corporate greed” is better than blaming the government for printing too much money. Thing is, higher corporate profits and goosed up asset prices is like a relief valve for inflation. If corporate profits weren’t increasing then it would just be circulating around the economy driving up… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

Inflation would be the obvious culprit, but real GDP (above inflation) is supposedly running ~3% to 4%, which is way above its long-term average. In addition, supposedly, wage growth has been significantly higher than inflation for the past year – though it was lower for the year before. Unemployment is extremely low, real wage growth is supposedly great. Yet, no one seems very happy about the economy. Again something isn’t adding up. Could just be that the numbers are wrong, but they’re using the same methodology as they have in the past, so it can’t be that different. Could just… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Egads Citizen, you of all people talking about “gdp” as if it means something

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Long ago, I worked an economic consulting firm. Everyone knew that the data was questionable at best, but it is was still useful if kept in a consistent manner.

It would at least tell you the direction something was heading. I think of GDP data like that. It’s directionally correct.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Government is running a $1.7T deficit that is blowing past all prior projections, one reason is that tax receipts are not what they thought it would be. Since tax receipts are tied to the amount money people and businesses are earning in the economy, that should be enough to tell you that something is wrong with the numbers. The fact that inflation remains “stubborn” likely has to do with the fact that the government continues to print too much money. That said, government spending is counted as part of the GDP. When you’re blowing through deficit records, it will be… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

Citizen, Yeah, the economy (whatever that means and how it’s measured) sure doesn’t seem to be that great. Perhaps it is an economy that I cannot see very well, being a man of yesterday – you know, high street shops and all that; a bustling little market town. Perhaps it’s all digi-dollars, bits and financial tinkering? Who knows. But I know one thing that is very telling; when I was younger, in the early nineties, my Home Counties town had a huge array of white, English owned shops: butchers, bakers, grocers, healthfood shop, plumbers shop, electricians shop, undertakers, banks, estate… Read more »

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

There’s more wrong that right with the U.S. economy. The WuFlu shutdowns showed that there’s probably per-Musk-Twitter levels of make-work going on.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
1 month ago

That was one of the big economic lessons from Covid. A huge portion of jobs are simply unnecessary or provide marginal benefit to society.

That the real economy continued to function pretty well despite a huge portion of the workforce staying home says that a large percentage of jobs are pointless.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

OrangeFrog: Exactly this. It’s not your country nor your economy they are talking about and measuring. For Vikram, whose business deals primarily in cash and ethnic contacts, and who pleads poverty and gets state aid and pays no tax and sends money home (which is NOT the UK) every month, things are going well.

Not your people, not your economy

jwm
jwm
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

I see this as I walk around my town here in So Cal. There are store fronts, and strip malls, small shopping centers for mom and pop size businesses everywhere. Most of of the storefronts are empty. I notice there is no commerce going on in any of the occupied stores. Weight lifting, Exercise, Nail parlors, Massage Parlors, Hair stylists, We Buy Gold. There are some few Asians with fast-food franchises, but other that that there is no buying and selling of goods, only services. And as fast as those malls empty they are bulldozed for high density housing. Right… Read more »

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

The deceit goes at least a couple layers farther down than the people who invent GDP. Every online job opening causes application overload and companies don’t even give automated courtesy acknowledgements let alone evaluate any of them. /pol/ is full of human chatbots claiming to be small contractors or IT shops who can’t find anybody to do anything for any price. Every fourth business has a big sign in the window: WE’RE HIRING. They are not hiring. I know the “clever” nerd excuse: Automated HR programs are rejecting every applicant and the people who do the hiring never see them.… Read more »

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 month ago

They’re accelerating, pedal to the metal, toward The Great Taking. Book it, Dano.

Tars Tarkus
Member
Reply to  Mycale
1 month ago

I take all claims of being an “expert” with a giant grain of salt and dismiss whatever BS flows out of their mouths. In nearly all cases, the “expert” being presented is abusing the term as if it were a credential. It’s like the term “Green” in that it means absolutely nothing. Like what the heck is a “disinformation expert?” Says who? What objective criteria is involved? They are just spin artists.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkus
1 month ago

Before there were so-called “disinformation experts,” there were so-called “fact checkers.” And they were equally mendacious.

All of it is a desperate attempt to impose objective closure on the issues of the day. Desperate because the Power Structure realizes they are losing control of the narrative and far too many people are rejecting their lies.

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
1 month ago

“Hypocrisy is a tribute that vice pays to virtue.” – Duc de La Rochefoucauld

I think the rituals of a Republic have tremendous meaning to the Normies. So the hypocrisy is understandable. The “press briefings” and other Regime communications are rituals which, if suspended, would alarm the Normies.

They will have the State of the Union amidst the flaming wreckage of the Capitol and proclaim that everything is under control.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 month ago

Exactly. The Roman Senate apparently kept meeting right up until the 7th century. All we see on TV is just institutional inertia. The Evening News is a prime example. CBS Sunday Morning. 60 Minutes. The Today Show. Those used to be enormously influential but now nobody but the most ritual-bound Boomer watches them. Yet they still carry on as if we haven’t moved past 1996. There are a lot of Boomers – we live in a gerontocracy after all – so these shows will die hard. The good news is the legacy media-political industry’s days are numbered. The revolution comes… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

Indeed, the necktie is slowly on its way out. Once it goes completely, the jacket is next.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
1 month ago

Ties replaced by tatts and jackets by nose rings. Somehow I don’t see this as a positive…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

Same. And you can change or take off ties and jackets.

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

My wife was going through channels on Sunday night a few weeks ago. 60 Minutes was doing a propaganda hit piece on Russia. The lies were so easily identified it took no research to notice them. I called them out on each until she changed the channel.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Maxda
1 month ago

But was that because she was learning just what a bunch of mendacious liars they were and saw no point in taking a bullshit shower, or because your fact checking was harshing her mellow? Big difference.

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
1 month ago

Something about what a bad man Putin is. Then they road the train through Lithuania to Kaliningrad showing all the western propaganda along the was in Lithuania, then the Russian passengers disembarking. Of course, not a single one of those Russians was interviewed or asked to comment on the bs, that would have interfered with the narrative that CBS was pushing so hard.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Maxda
1 month ago

Was that the one where the Russians are using their secret ray guns to give our FBI agents brain damage?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ploppy
1 month ago

Enfeeblin’ the Feebs, are they? Dirty rotten Rooskies!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 month ago

Seems to me trotting some aphasic negress to dispense official lies would be more frightening than just doing away with the rituals altogether, but what do I know?

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 month ago

Captain Willard: Excellent phrase – “The rituals of a Republic.” Perfectly personified by the expression on the face of our decent, solid, normie conservative neighbor when my husband and I admitted neither of us planned to vote in November. The shock – the sheer horror – was that immense.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

If you want to send the old boy to meet his maker, tell him you removed your names from the voter rolls. Instant infarction.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

Ostei: Yeah, we’ve both done that. I did that before we left Texas; neither of us have registered since moving. I genuinely like the man – he’s a solid and decent guy – but I also feel sorry for him. He just doesn’t understand the world any more; it contradicts everything he was taught was good and true and real.

Ede Wolf
Ede Wolf
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

I do not understand the American voting system. Somehow you have to register but anybody can vote without ID? Don’t get it…

But consider this: even if they steal the election again, any vote for Trump will make them have to cheat harder, exposing the fraud even more…

Sgt. Joe Friday
Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

And speaking of Ben Shapiro, I used to hear him on the radio in L.A. before he got (really) famous. He was on Salem’s station, with Heidi Harris, a conservative radio personality from Las Vegas, and Brian Whitman, who was best known for being on the air with Tim Conway Jr., doing a non-political show. Whitman was and is on the political left, but everyone who has worked with him says he’s a pro, unfailingly polite and generally good to work with. Yet Shapiro was constantly browbeating and bullying him on the air to the point that I felt sorry… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

Back in the day before he was ultra-famous, Shapiro showed up on Red Ice. He will probably now deny he ever gave an interview there, but it was to shill one of his boilerplate conservative books about the media. The hosts asked pointed questions about Jewish involvement in Hollywood and how people were supposed to fight back against an ethnically and politically united cultural force by all acting as individuals. He, of course, had no answer, and had a sort of “how dare you” demeanor through the interview. It might take a few years, but eventually it becomes clear who… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Sgt. Joe Friday
1 month ago

Some time ago, a famous video did the rounds of Shaprio telling some tranny former helicopter pilot (man -> woman conversion, if you must know, bigot!), that “facts don’t care about your feelings!”. The tranny threatened to “send the little boy home in an ambulance”.

At the time, I thought Shapiro great; now, I rather wished he had been given a good clobbering by the, ahem, “madam”!

Still, we live and learn.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

Getting whupped by a tranny is mighty tough to bounce back from…

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
1 month ago

Think about how stupid someone has to be to say something like “in order to protect our democracy, we cannot reveal the January 6th footage.” It is remarkable that there are people who believe that telling someone this gives it any validity. That being said, I’m amazed at leftist sycophants that actually believe some of these things, so I understand why they say these whoppers. It works. I know a guy who believes that no one lost their job due to Covid, that didn’t know that a diversity officer at companies was a real thing and was also convinced that… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 month ago

The critical and discriminatory faculties of white people have been bludgeoned out of us by 50-plus years of exhortation to be “tolerant” and “non-judgmental.” Now we’re just dumb, dull sheep who accept whatever filth, lies and abuse are heaped upon us.

imbroglio
imbroglio
1 month ago

Maybe our love affair with Caitlin Clark and IOWA women’s basketball is partly due to feeling a moment’s respite from the lies. No one can beat corporate S.C. and Dawn Staley (credit to them anyway) but the IOWA ladies’ heart and soul shines a non-eclipsed light on something we might hope, for a few minutes, is real.

And be kind to the ridiculous, AI generated kewpie doll who runs the make believe White House press conferences. She’s just doing her thing same as the others.

Maus
Maus
Reply to  imbroglio
1 month ago

I call bullshit. She’s not some doll or puppet just going with the flow. She is the stupid, angry DMV clerk shoved in our faces to remind us that our existence, like our driver’s license, is a privilege that she resents having to perpetuate. Her boss(es) want to remind us that both can be taken away. She’s a f**kin’ avatar of anarcho-tyranny.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Maus
1 month ago

Maus: Spot on. All meant to demoralize Whites and constantly remind them of their place . . . at the bottom of Klown world’s hierarchy. Same reason every poster, every ad, every school book features non-Whites and characters named Malik and Juan. And while it’s painfully obvious to those of us who see it, the average White is marinated in it from birth – has been for decades now, and it’s just ordinary reality to him.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  imbroglio
1 month ago

Lover affair? I hadn’t heard of this Amazon’s name until last week when suddenly it was revealed she was Babe Didrikson reincarnated. I still couldn’t tell you what she looks like, thankfully.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  KGB
1 month ago

All part of the mad attempt to cram womyn’s sports down our throats. We must include their gender diversity and equitably redistribute our viewership to the ballin’ broads.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

Ostei: And to make a heroine of a White female who is still eschewing husband and family for fame and a career. Just like J.K. Rowling is held up as some champion of women. She would hurl you into the void if you commented on White replacement, but is to be venerated by cuckservatards as their champion. Just like some here liked Ramaswamy or like Candace Owens. And I’ll get the usual responses that I’m rejecting the good in favor of purity spiraling. And I’ll answer, as usual, that at this point in Whites’ struggle for survival, grasping for supposed… Read more »

Tarl Cabot
Tarl Cabot
Reply to  imbroglio
1 month ago

Caitlin Clark is the glorious last hurrah for women’s sports. In ten years they’ll all be trannies.

Even Dawn Staley knows.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Tarl Cabot
1 month ago

By sedulously ignoring such facts, Staley gets to keep her position.

Getreal
Getreal
Reply to  imbroglio
1 month ago

“…and Dawn Staley (credit to them anyway)…”

This thing where we lick the dogshit off the boot of the enemy soldier?? After it kicks your dog to death??

That encapsulates the problem. A hardened enemy, remorseless, coming at the nicest people ever.

mikew
mikew
Reply to  imbroglio
1 month ago

First of all it’s basketball. A lot of people couldn’t care less about basketball. And then on top of that , it’s women’s basketball. If you are going to watch the sport , why watch the D team?

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
1 month ago

A case in point of an issue we are not permitted to speak candidly about: Abortion. Right now on Zero Edge, there is an article up with the title “Trump says abortion should be decided by the states.” The whole idea that it should be decided “by the states” was typical of the GOP’s theatrical opposition to Roe so the could pretend to be against abortions but not really have to face the issue squarely. Obviously, the question of whether or not you can kill a baby for your own convenience is not something you can fail to have an… Read more »

Anti-Gnostic
Anti-Gnostic
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
1 month ago

Abortion is a culture war-distraction. There is no moral much less political imperative to keep your enemies from going extinct. Trump is correct: you want to fight liberals aborting future liberals go do it in the State legislatures.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
1 month ago

While I find abortion barbaric and hideous, I can’t help but thing of the horrifying result that would come to be if all of those ferals that are never born would suddenly be allowed to exist. At 13% of the population they are proven to be more destructive than any nuclear weapon could dream of being, imagine if their numbers were allowed to grow by a much larger percentage…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 month ago

Abortion is a eugenic blessing, frankly.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

Nope. The muds continue to spawn feral, stupid offspring with reckless abandon. Yet the white birthrate is below replacement in every Westernized country. Abortion exists so that white college girls can shed a healthy, 115 IQ white baby they conceived at a drunken frat party where they were so wasted they can’t remember who they fucked. Why? So they can become some mid-level corporate manager or mid-level bureaucrat for ZOG. Sarah Weddington, the woman argued Roe v. Wade, had gone to Mexico to shred the only child she ever conceived so she could finish law school and become… a staff… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Xman
1 month ago

Every other stat I’ve seen lines up with this, which curiously you will not find in the New York Times:

https://www.guttmacher.org/infographic/2017/abortion-rates-race-and-ethnicity

That’s a pro-abort group, mind you, and those types want white genocide and don’t like the stat.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Xman
1 month ago

Yes, Jack, I’ve seen those statistics. Colored women avail themselves of abortion more frequently, but the white women use birth control more frequently and successfully. Consequently the colored abortion rate is higher, the white birthrate is lower. In any event it was not and is not colored women who are abortion’s most fervent lobbyists. It is white college-educated women and liberal Republicans — like Harry Blackmun and Nelson Rockefeller, who died while fucking his fifty-years-younger secretary. I’m sure if he had gotten her pregnant he would have gotten rid of the problem for a couple hundred bucks instead of paying… Read more »

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 month ago

In a way the Democrats shot themselves in the foot with their fervent support for abortion, especially taxpayer-funded. If all those black babies weren’t aborted the vast majority would have become loyal Democrat voters and several swing states would have been firmly blue.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

Prior to ROE, this was exactly the situation. In addition to the fanaticism, the public is far more ignorant and dumber now and unable to grasp the federalism issue. I agree with you and find abortion to be a blessing of liberty in that it makes the streets safer, but if Mississippi has a different view so be it.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

“One can think abortion is murder and also accept that we have to have a variety of legal regimes” That is absolutely true from a legal and Constitutional standpoint. A good analogue is capital punishment. It is absolutely killing a living human being. In some jurisdictions it is regarded as abhorrent, in others as just and good. Either way, the Constitution neither mandates it nor prohibits it. However, from a racial and cultural standpoint, the White Race and the West simply cannot survive the refusal of white women to reproduce. It cannot survive the insistence of white women that they… Read more »

Good ol' Rebel
Good ol' Rebel
Reply to  thezman
1 month ago

But that begs the question. Why is harmony with the deliberately dis-harmonious something to contemplate? Isnt it the case that trying to find peace with those who fundamentally oppose peace is futile and self-destructive? Should we be looking to live at peace with ritual baby-sacrificers? What about yoof scholars with a taste for the nonconsentual lighter meat, should we be looking to have social harmony with them? Or men in sundresses chasing kids into bathrooms, what rules do we need to live peacefully with the NAMBLA crowd? Arent all of those things over the line, beyond the pale, areas where… Read more »

Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 month ago

What about just not interrupting your enemies when they are in the middle of making a mistake? Like self-deleting?

They are guilty of every grave sin under the sun. Killing off their own kind could be ranked in terms of the harm it does to those that are not their own kind. Grim, yes. So it’s a grim reality.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 month ago

Has the shockingly high rate of abortion among American blacks had a eugenic effect on them? Apparently the opposite. People who try to understand what the hell is wrong with black people often ascribe their criminality/etc to their having no sense of a conditional future. The conservative weenie version of this observation has the words “culture” and “consequences” in it. Of course we know better. They’re just like that. Blacks who get abortions don’t have a *strong version* of this mental defect. They’re sending their best to the abbatoir. So the choice isn’t so much between more or less as… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 month ago

Tired Citizen: Abortion has been around since women first got pregnant. There’s a reason you find laws and prohibitions against it in every century and civilization – women have been killing their children since the beginning. And men have made laws trying to keep them from doing so. As much as I abhor abortion for Whites (it is a clump of cells if they don’t want it and it’s a baby with a gender reveal party if they do), at this point I am with you – let those who are not on our side kill themselves off. Helps keep… Read more »

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
1 month ago

The issue I have with Trump’s abortion position is the whole rape/incest loophole he favors. It basically removes any restrictions whatsoever. If a woman shows up at an abortion clinic 8 months pregnant and says she was raped, what proof is required? Did she file a police report at the time? No, she says she was drugged at a party and doesn’t know who did it. Or was too ashamed, or whatever. To believe state RINOs are going to require hard proof of rape is wishful thinking. Same with the “health of the mother” loophole. I’ll be sad if I… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  DLS
1 month ago

Abortion should be mandatory for proven rape cases. Rapists should not procreate.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
1 month ago

That is too harsh. My views are this:

Most women want children and don’t want to work full time. Thus we should make it easier for the economy to do that. No more need for daycare and other stuff.

Most of the other issues would fall into place if that was done. Hasn’t the journalist Louise Perry said something to this effect?

KGB
KGB
1 month ago

Kamala Harris’s claim this week that “women’s (NCAA) teams were not allowed to have brackets until 2022,” is one of the most bewildering and bizarre lies of this or any year. The more I think about such an easily disprovable claim, the more my head spins.

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  KGB
1 month ago

This obviously isn’t true. For instance, Mitt Romney literally had brackets full of women as far back as at least 2012.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  KGB
1 month ago

The spin was that Kamala meant to say the women’s tournament wasn’t allowed to use the term March Madness in marketing until 2022. Kamala is so stupid she really believes this would have a negative impact on the women’s tournament and that millions of viewers didn’t watch for this reason and not for the more obvious one, that it is women’s basketball. When the viewership falls off by 50-60% next year because Caitlin Clark is no longer playing at Iowa I wonder what the excuse will be.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Something tells me the excuse will be raycissm.

N.S. Palmer
1 month ago

Classic! As a former DC newspaper reporter, I wish that I’d said it:

“The only way to read the news is to first start with the assumption that the truth is from the set of things not mentioned in the news. If you see your picture in the news with your name in the caption, you best check your birth certificate as it is a good chance you are not who you think.”

XLOVELI
1 month ago

Stephen Colbert — before he metamorphized into a late night scold — went on Fox News’. No Spin show and joshed that he was dizzy from stopping spinning after all the spinning he was used to. The great irony is that he spins — lies — more than ever now. Putting a slant on news is popular because people like to imagine they can successfully manipulate viewers. With trust in the media at an all-time low, this way of thinking has clearly backfired. As the saying goes, you can fool some of the people all of the time and all… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
1 month ago

In the immortal words of Ilsa Lund (Casablanca), “you used to be a much better liar, Sam…”

Seriously, the feds and media have been lying to us in varying degrees for a long time. It’s just so in your face nowadays, and parroted by idiots, only fools and/or those willfully not paying attention fail to recognize it.

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  usNthem
1 month ago

I blame trump ( why not they blame him for everything else). When he crashed into the limelight running for president and actually having the gumption to change from a D to an R in New York no less he broke all their eggs in their one and only basket. He started a completely new mental illness that was named after him “Trump derangement syndrome”. and it’s only gotten progressively worse. There is not one branch of the government not one department not one agency not one cabinet position that I would believe a statistic from with my life depends… Read more »

Pip McGuigin
Member
1 month ago

Karine Jean-Pierre is a great great granddaughter of Buckwheat of the old Our Gang series.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Pip McGuigin
1 month ago

That woman proves the meme “physiognomy is real.” She looks like a refugee from the Muppet Show, and about as profound as a sock doll made of felt and foam. I sometimes wonder if her eyes are those white plastic disks having a little black pupil trapped inside.

mikeski
Member
Reply to  Pip McGuigin
1 month ago

I don’t know if that’s true, but it’s certainly too good to check.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Pip McGuigin
1 month ago

She is an animated poop emoji.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
1 month ago

Why must something be done about the blizzard of lies, and more importantly, how would that even happen? The dumb majority is increasing by leaps and bounds, and the smart fraction not only has diminished but is under constant threat of banishment–or worse–if it questions either the official narrative or pervasive lies that fall outside the mandated falsehoods. The GAE in general and the United States in particular already are low trust societies despite some admittedly large pockets that have yet to get the memo. The worst part is it doesn’t even require a midwit to lead the estupidfied masses… Read more »

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
1 month ago

At the moment the relationship of the utterances of the US federal state to the truth are that they are the diametric opposite of the truth. If Kirby denies Ukraine involvement in the mass shooting in Moscow, you know that the US itself was complicit. If US media talks about the advances by Ukrainian forces, you know that the front is collapsing. If media and politicians talk about China going into deep recession, you know they’re projecting US decline onto China. If media and state talk about how safe and effective the vaccinations are, you know they’ll kill you. If… Read more »

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 month ago

Here’s just one example of the endemic mendacity. The agitprop media will state as news a fact that while facially true so lacks in relevant context that it loses all significance. “Republicans in Congress are holding up $61 billion in money for Ukraine!” Such stories never answer questions such as do voters want to flush billions down the toilet of corruption in Kiev, but more importantly: what can you do with $61 billion? Because you can’t buy shells… they’re aren’t any left. And we can’t produce them fast enough to make a difference. And Russia produces at minimum six times… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
1 month ago

“All these newspapers used to have foreign bureaus, now they don’t. They call us to explain to them what’s happening in Moscow and Cairo. Most of the outlets are reporting on world events from Washington. The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns. That’s a sea change. They literally know nothing.” – Ben Rhodes This was during the Obama Era, and Ben was not exactly the brightest bulb in the bunch, but he was a talented propagandist. When you have no talent, and no special knowledge, you… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Chet Rollins
1 month ago

Chet-

I’d argue the Collins quote also applies to large swathes of the GAE bureaucracy, which is why we see such hysterical, effeminate, and incoherent policies popping up everywhere.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  Chet Rollins
1 month ago

I did not have sex with that woman.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 month ago

Sorry, comment in the wrong place.

Chimeral
Chimeral
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 month ago

Slick Willie the Rapist Biter

“I did not have sex with that woman.”

Obumbler The Light Bringer:

“I did not have sex with that man.”

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
1 month ago

It was all oven when President “It depends on what the definition of IS, is” and his wife “I don’t recall” were able to do this under oath and half the country thought this was oh-so-clever.

The constant on-the-fly redefining word definitions has made honest talk impossible. (See: sex, vaccine, IQ, illegal, etc.)

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

Pro-

Inhibiting the possibility of honest conversation is the point, as Orwell discussed in, “1984.”

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

> It was all oven when President “It depends on what the definition of IS, is” and his wife “I don’t recall” were able to do this under oath and half the country thought this was oh-so-clever.

Nobody thought it was clever, they just didn’t care because the economy was so good. Turns out, the character and morality of our leaders really does make a difference.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

I did not have sex with that woman.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 month ago

There once was a girl named Lewinsky/
Who played on a flute like Stravinsky/
‘Twas Hail to the Chief/
On the flute made of beef/
That stole the front page from Kaczynski.

Said Clinton to young Ms. Lewinsky/
“We don’t want to leave clues like Kaczynski/
Since you made such a mess/
Use the hem of your dress/
And please wipe that stuff off your chinsky.

Lewinsky and Clinton have shown/
What Kaczynski must surely have known:/
That an intern is better/
Than a bomb in a letter/
Given the choice of how to be blown.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 month ago

Ostei: Clever man. I shared that with my husband, and we laughed.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  3g4me
1 month ago

I wish I could take credit. Alas, those three poems, which work perfectly together en suite, were from a limerick competition the WaPo did back in the palmy Lewinsky days.

Cruciform
Cruciform
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 month ago

“The constant on-the-fly redefining word definitions has made honest talk impossible. (See: sex, vaccine, IQ, illegal, etc.)”

Better, see Matthew 4:5, something about someone’s dad.

Hun
Hun
1 month ago

For some reason this article got me thinking about this one by Briggs: https://www.wmbriggs.com/post/51046/

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Hun
1 month ago

That reminds me that I haven’t checked in with Briggs in a while. Thanks for the reminder.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
1 month ago

Killstream was fun to listen to. Sounded like you enjoyed yourself. Kind of nice listening to a couple of dudes cutting loose and shooting the shit like that. Can’t really fake it.

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

Do you think Martin Luther was upset with the “Daily Wire” of his time, when he wrote this book?

https://www.prchiz.pl/storage/app/media/pliki/Luther_On_Jews.pdf

Cruciform
Cruciform
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
1 month ago

So old Marty the Kraut took his 30 pieces of silver, but found out his new friends were not so peachy. After turning on his old friends, found out they did not want him back.

What a conundrum.

End result: storefront churches with rainbow flags.

Looking up from his hell, old Marty tried to warn us … but it was too late.

Thanks old Marty.

Barnard
Barnard
1 month ago

The worst part about Karine Jean-Pierre is that, while extremely dumb, I don’t think she is even the dumbest person in the that room. The press is so stupid she might not even be in the bottom ten. The younger generation especially, even if they didn’t see themselves as zealots for the cause are too dumb to adequately check the administration.