To Hell With Your Fake Democracy (and your candlelight vigils too)

An excerpt from U.K. prime minister Theresa May’s speech following Wednesday’s terror attack near the Parliament:

The terrorist chose to strike at the heart of our capital city where people of all nationalities, religions and cultures come together to celebrate the values of liberty, democracy and freedom of speech. […]

“Freedom of speech”? Emma West would like a word with you. Rotherham’s dads of teenage girls and Kevin Crehan too, you vacuous marionette. British police raided people’s homes in the middle of the night over racist or anti-Muslim comments on Twitter following the murder of Lee Rigby. On phony democracies:

“If anyone in Europe should be concerned for their freedom, it is the citizens in the West. If there is any place where political correctness and criminal law prohibit speech, it is not in Poland.” –-Jarosław Kaczyński, chairman of Poland’s governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, two years ago.

More from May’s speech:

We will all move forward together, never giving in to terror and never allowing the voices of hate and evil to drive us apart.

Count me in on the side of hate. Anything but candlelight bleating. A commenter nailed that kind of eloish, empty-worded, tough-noises language Western politicians read in the wake of some latest outrage:

The purpose of the posturing from the politicians is to flood the public with estrogen to stop the testosterone from rising. This way everyone is still sitting down and puckered up for the next sucker punch. Keep repeating this process and you induce “learned helplessness” which will allow the outrages to escalate.

May I ask what “giving in to terror” would look like?

From the other side of the Hajnal line:

Poland’s prime minister drew a link on Thursday between an attack in London targeting the British parliament and the European Union’s migrant policy, saying the assault vindicated Warsaw’s refusal to take in refugees.

“I hear in Europe very often: do not connect the migration policy with terrorism, but it is impossible not to connect them,” Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo told private broadcaster TVN24.

I am superficially familiar with Poland’s politics but conventional wisdom seems to be that the PiS party chairman Jarosław Kaczyński (twin brother of the late President Lech Kaczyński) is the strategist and the country’s defacto political leader, with his telegenic proteges Szydło and President Andrzej Duda executing his program.

As reported by Reuters, Poland’s government has refused to accept any of the 6,200 migrants allocated to it under the European Union’s quota scheme.

That’s what a democratic government does.

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91 thoughts on “To Hell With Your Fake Democracy (and your candlelight vigils too)

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  2. The purpose of the posturing from the politicians is to flood the public with estrogen to stop the testosterone from rising.

    Yup, I think this is exactly right. This is what they are afraid of:

  3. That twitter picture from Reinhard says it all. It really is ‘unbelievable’ — you can practically see the words on the African’s face: “I could not care less about that person on the ground.”

    No homo, but the two guys in black look very sharp, very Euro. Apparently there are still standards in the downtown London: no schlubs.

  4. “The purpose of the posturing from the politicians is to flood the public with estrogen to stop the testosterone from rising. This way everyone is still sitting down and puckered up for the next sucker punch. Keep repeating this process and you induce “learned helplessness” which will allow the outrages to escalate.”

    Pretty sickening. Where’s the carbs and the beer and the sugar and the porn and the television?

    But that stuff can’t do it forever, can it?

  5. — I’d enjoy watching him dig his own ditch.

    I’m gonna start using that.

    — That twitter picture from Reinhard

    I just clicked on it, it starts playing a short funny meme.

    — But that stuff can’t do it forever, can it?

    One way or another, it can’t.

  6. The frequency of these attacks has increased.

    They are still divided into two types. Terror attacks such as in downtown London, and immigrant crime such as the rape in the Maryland high school.

    These are attacks in the same war, but from two different factions. Sort of like the Battle of Five Armies is shaping up.

    Did anyone foresee the tactic of car attacks? Was it obvious in retrospect?

    From the globohomos point of view, those car attacks are a real problem, because cars and roads are the entire infrastructure, and can not be curtailed; and then on top of that, the reality of these attacks is very gruesome. Even by the standards of gore, getting run down en masse by a truck, and crushed and run over, is awful.

  7. Did anyone foresee the tactic of car attacks? Was it obvious in retrospect?

    ISIS has been calling for car attacks ramming civilian crowds in the West for more than 3 years. Radical clerics in London and France have been transmitting whatever ISIS says.

    There was also a foiled attempt at a car attack in Brussels yesterday, but got very little press since no one was injured.

  8. I get the impression only a small minority of English people really care about the changes in their country. I wonder if this attitude stems from the English always having somewhere else(usually nicer) to emigrate to.

  9. The fat slob telling the audience to punch Trump supporters looks like he would tire quickly in any physical altercation. I’d like to see him to go punch a Navy Seal in the face.

  10. English people seem to lack asabiyah. It makes them good immigrants, but not very good at defending their own borders.

  11. Elk,
    I bet if guns were readily available in the UK, that’s what the terrorists would use. I can think of some reasons why that would be preferable. I much rather be shot and killed than run over by a truck.

  12. It’s quickly becoming clear that 2nd generation Middle Eastern immigrants are also quite prone to terrorism.

    There’s often a mold they fit – low IQ loser and minimum wager/petty criminal type who goes to prison, grows/converted to more radical and then commits some lone terrorism act later in life. In fact, the majority of them weren’t very religious at all before their prison stint.

    It’s especially bad with Arabs and those from around the Mediterranean, where they are still terribly tribal in thinking and would often only marry a 1st or 2nd cousin at home. The European stigma against cousin marriage did much to make its people fit for the “nation” model of government.

    You rarely hear of terrorists coming from places like Bangladesh, Malaysia or Indonesia, which is the most populous majority Muslim country in the world.

  13. May I ask what “giving in to terror” would look like?

    It would look exactly like what the UK looks like now. A nation already demographically doomed, controlled by psychopathic (((globalists))) and their flunkies, dead set on destroying itself based on centuries old ethnic grievances driving suicidal virtue signaling. The UK is a nation where the BBC is a collection of Jews and gays, feeding poison into the minds of the populace.

    Very interesting, the line in May’s speech:

    We will all move forward together, never giving in to terror and never allowing the voices of hate and evil to drive us apart.

    The “voices of hate and evil” are NOT the Muslims and immigrant invaders, they are the voices of sanity that want their country back. Even in the face of yet another attack, the concern is to stamp down the voice of dissent, stamp down the voice of the historical white population, demonize those who are the victims.

    It’s beyond disgusting.

  14. It is an Arabic word. I recently read a book on it by the same name, spelled “Asabiyyah”. The author is Ed West. It was short and interesting to read. It basically means “group feeling”. Different groups have different levels of loyalty to one and other. The general theme of the book is that groups that have a lot of loyalty to each other are a force to reckon with is the general idea. There are many more insights related to that general theme. It is actually something that could apply to African Americans.

  15. Arab men probably have never had to work very hard at attracting a wife, since it was all prearranged. Likely, none of them have the life skills to maintain a long term relationship with a western woman. The are better with their own women, but those women may often prefer western men.

  16. It is actually something that could apply to African Americans.

    Not really, that Asabiyyah term can really be misused. The only thing that has ever given blacks even one iota of group unity is opposition to being at the lowest rungs of Western Society, otherwise they can’t get along for more than 30 seconds on their own.

    The only reason they’re here in the West is because African Kings and Chiefs were more than happy to sell their captives from the next village into slavery on the coast in return for a few bottles of rum and rifles to go pursue more captives. That vision we see in “Roots” where all of these white English were penetrating far into the African jungle interior is pretty far-fetched – why do that when you can just pull up to the coast and have Africans hand deliver other Africans right to your ship.

    All of these Muslim terrorists in the West clamoring to avenge their co-religionists in Palestine by blowing things up at the instigation of ISIS-inspired preachers? Well, if you stuck them in the same country with those same Palestinians they wouldn’t get along with them, either. There’s a reason that the 50+ majority Muslim countries of the world are not offering to take in any of the Syrian “refugees” that the EU is trying to dump on their people.

    ISIS is a Sunni movement and they kill Shi’ites on sight when they come across them in Iraq or Syria, by running crude tests based on their name, accent, or religious details.

  17. There are some good comments about that twitter photo on this MPC thread,

    http://mpcdot.com/forums/topic/8947-islamic-mass-killing-cognitive-dissonance-thread/page__st__1340

    That photo might end up being iconic. Someone compares to a photo from 9/11 where (white) New Yorkers are lounging around in the sun, the Towers burning in the background.

    Someone suggest that the image of the Somali in London, is ambiguous, and that it looks as if she is concerned, with the hand over her face.

    I don’t see it that way. She looks alien. Even by the standards of ugly Africans, she is a picture of weird-looking ugliness.

  18. What is interesting, is that there are multiple stills, from that twitter video sequence, and in some it looks like she is walking past unconcerned, but others are paused at exactly the moment when her posture looks like it might be stopped (and not walking past).

  19. The fucking Somalis are everywhere it seems. Not only in this Midwest metro, but in London too.

    I turned on the radio in the car this morning, at the driver’s request, and surprise surprise it was tuned to NPR. And i kid you not, the exact first words were,

    “Diversity and tolerance is our strength”

    If only that were hyperbole, but what are the odds?

    1984 ^ 10

  20. — The fucking Somalis are everywhere it seems.

    White countries can go one of two directions: one, resign themselves to Dieversity, with or without at this point meaningless immigration restrictions or “travel bans,” with our eventual blending-out of existence, in whole or in part, being inevitable. That scenario is too horrific to contemplate.

    The other scenario involves a reclaiming of our lands, which by definition would involve the removal or repatriation, in whatever form, by whatever means, and with whatever degree of humaneness, all of the non-Whites that have been brought over in the past several decades and their descendants. In that second scenario, can you think of any wrong that would eclipse the sheer evil of the first scenario?

  21. In my many trips to Las Vegas I’d have to guess that over 50% of the cab drivers I’ve had there are Somali, judging by their name you see on the licensing placard they have to display.

    There’s thousands of Somali refugees settled here in Atlanta but they’re way down in darkest Africa (South Dekalb County) buffered by American blacks on all sides so they don’t bother whites too much. Their youths do seem to pick up the ways and criminality of young American blacks very easily.

    Here in Atlanta I had a cool Somali cab driver who tried to cut through traffic and make some drastic moves so I could get to the auto shop to pick up my truck before closing recently. Didn’t make it but we laughed about it. He seemed pretty Americanized and knew NFL football, I tipped him twice the fare for trying.

  22. I just went to a dollar store owned by a black man from Africa. He was friendly. American blacks attempt to pull African blacks into their group and get them on board with the anti white agenda. I wonder how successful they are at it.

  23. Lots of foreigners will be nice or cool, would be pretty awesome to chill with them on your brief visit to their country. It’s not like every one of them is gonna scream like a maniac. The point is, as far as the future is concerned, that we require separate countries. As to friendly immigrants, I forget who, but someone obviously inspired by a shot of wisdom once noted: “They are friendly so long as you give but not take, and as long as you keep quiet about your natural rights. Try pulling the food bowl away from a stray dog.”

    Speaking of cab drivers, I recently had to drop something off with a client across town and had the unusual experience of having a normal White American driver. He was older than me and quickly steered things toward politics. We had a long conversation because downtown traffic was at a stand-still, plus it was a round-trip fare because I asked him if he could wait for me while I go thru security and drop off the documents.

    As I said, he went swiftly into politics and I kept my cards close to my chest. I agreed with him on many of his points, especially where subject segued into culture. I was curious if he is familiar with the AltRight, so I asked him a bit in that direction. he said No, and I suggested he checks out Steve Sailer. He got a big tip from me as well.

  24. I don’t think there is going to be widespread support for repatriating non white Americans. I just don’t get the impression the vast majority of white Americans or Northwest Europeans would support that at this point.
    Personally, I am in favor of severely restricting immigration. I am not in favor of repatriating people who are already citizens.

  25. Foreigners can be cool, but I get that in a way we are giving up land, resources, culture, political power & opportunities for our children.
    As far as the race issue, if my son wants to marry and have children with a nonwhite woman, so be it. I’d prefer an agreeable non white woman over a bitchy white woman for a daughter in law. An agreeable white woman would be the best.

  26. There’s often a mold they fit – low IQ loser and minimum wager/petty criminal type who goes to prison, grows/converted to more radical and then commits some lone terrorism act later in life.

    Yes, that sound quite logical to me; less than mideasterners in their native land, i can see first-generation immigrants in the west being the ones to most easily blow their gasket; they’re the ones held up as alien and taunted by western affluence. So they more easily than foreigners can whip themselves into a self-righteous moral wrath that really is fueled by jealousy and resentment. That’s the most dangerous type —– those who can’t see their true resentment yet really believe their self-serving righteous wrath.

  27. On the subject of white cab drivers, Jim Goad used to drive a cab in his hometown of Philadelphia. He mentions it in his column about Mumia Abu-Jamal here: http://takimag.com/article/why_mumia_is_guilty/print#axzz4cGvM0hO3

    Most of the cab drivers these days in San Francisco are from Pakistan or Eritrea/Ethiopia. The Uber drivers are from all over. The other day I had a driver from Kyrgyzstan.

    We used to have our own Travis Bickle, who wrote a column for the SF Chronicle called “The Night Cabbie.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Cabbie

    One of my friends is a 50 year old immigrant from Poland who arrived here in the 1980s. He owns a taxi medallion, but these days he works a second and third job and only does airport runs in his cab, as everything else is unprofitable for him.

    https://ww2.kqed.org/news/2015/09/24/for-san-francisco-cab-drivers-once-treasured-medallions-now-a-burden/

  28. if my son wants to marry and have children with a nonwhite woman, so be it.

    Do you really want grandchildren who look nothing like you? And who will immediately side with their non-white tribe the moment they recognize their place in the scheme of things?

    from that twitter video sequence, and in some it looks like she is walking past unconcerned, but others are paused at exactly the moment when her posture looks like it might be stopped

    Doesn’t matter. The image captures a larger truth. What did Dan Rather say? True but not accurate? Accurate but not true? Some damn thing like that. Well the Little Phone Girl (can we marry her to Clock Boy?) ignoring the victims is TRUE for the immivaders, whether or not in her case it was “accurate.”

  29. The kind reply to these attacks is the rapid, permanent and final deportation of, say, one thousand muslims for every victim. The more honest reply is indiscriminate reprisals until fear shows in their eyes. Possibly beyond.

  30. I’d prefer an agreeable non white woman over a bitchy white woman for a daughter in law. An agreeable white woman would be the best.

    I might say the same thing, but not about a daughter in law.

  31. I was thinking of a woman who is not quite white, but fits in well with whites. I’m not sure exactly what they are, but many of them are pretty and feminine. I know a woman from Colombia who falls into that category. She is a dentist.

  32. To address this titular post: I think a huge caveat that occurs in these debates involves point-of-departure perspective: for instance, those quotes by May that PA references are outrageous by my mid-American sense and standard; pro-immigration pieties are so intertwined with EU agenda advancement there; here, my initial, reflexive image upon hearing ‘illegal immigrants’ are some humble and meek rural Wisconsin undocumented teens milking a cow in a farm near Eagle River, or at the most menacing, some guys running an underground south-side auto-repair shop, Cash Only!

    Yes, it’s all just varying eruptions from the founding outrage from creating insovereign borders. But that contrast does make it easy to see how the passions are imbalanced when these issues are casually debated.

  33. In general, the more politically active her group is against whites, the less she is likely to be a good wife to a white man. I’d probably avoid a woman from a group who is actively anti white, even if she is not political.
    I have a relative who married a white woman from South America. She has become more political and more ethnocentric over time. She does not consider herself white.

  34. PA–Kudos for helping people wake up : “I was curious if he is familiar with the AltRight, so I asked him a bit in that direction. he said No, and I suggested he checks out Steve Sailer. He got a big tip from me as well.”

    MGE–Reinhard’s birdnoise account is suspended. Big surprise, right? I would like to have seen what you were referring to.

  35. This it OT, but it’s too good not to share. I hereby present to you, The Struggles of Women!

    It’s a good blog.

  36. where people of all nationalities, religions and cultures come together to celebrate the values of liberty, democracy and freedom of speech

    What I have wondered all my life is: can they believe words like those while uttering them?
    Probably, yes, and that’s why they function well in their positions of power.

    The purpose of the posturing from the politicians is to flood the public with estrogen to stop the testosterone from rising.

    Having testis size less in mind than actual psychology, we could say they do neurolinguistical programming on people to make the forebrain (≈ Freud’s Super Ego) win over the hindbrain (≈ Freud’s Ego and Id). Communication is hypnosis. They are successfully hypnotising Western peoples into accepting their liberal, “democratic”, unified, centrally managed world.
    However, many a serious study has shown how when hypnosis works it is owing to the hypnotized person’s secret wish to do what they are told to do; all the hypnotist does is allow their subject do what they wanted to deep down.

    The other scenario involves a reclaiming of our lands, which by definition would involve the removal or repatriation, in whatever form, by whatever means, and with whatever degree of humaneness

    Well, little real inhumanity would be needed, just till everybody realized native peoples meant business. These economic migrants don’t even try to go to China, India, Russia or Israel.
    With Moldbug, I think nothing will be solved, or at least solved the way you hope, while the democratic show is still played. Coupled with control over the mainstream media, it allows to mislead people about what the real causes of their problems are, and this is never a game people can win unless the rules are changed.

  37. YFG, as I promised earlier, I have a post/reply to your comment about progress. It’s long and covers the breadth of the subject. Working on getting it posted by Monday. I’m busy as fuck and it’s one of those posts where I want to cross all the T’s before I hit Publish.

  38. She should get the same punishment Crystal Magnum got. It’s sounds like the police saw through her story right away. It also sounds like her boyfriend dumped. Good for them.

  39. Later that night, she walked into a church wearing only her T-shirt and her underwear. She had scratches on her body, and she told people at the church that she had been kidnapped, taken to the woods, and gang-raped by three black men wearing ski masks.

    “How are things goin’
    in the small dark movie of your life?”

    Hard to believe that a white girl would lie about having been raped.

  40. Allow me a minute to get though the 2,222 reader “reactions”, to get a feel for how the public is taking this.

    All in all, this type of story is a weak band-aid for the Gay Faggot scribes and their narrative.

    Didn’t they write a book about this very thing? I seem to recall from the tenth grade. Imagine that, it was required reading, and now that very same thing is playing out.

  41. our favorite ex-presstitute

    Hey, I did say I was playing O.T. devil’s advocate by posting the link to that story….. btw, our blog host makes a good point in comparing ‘hoax’ levels of coverage with b-on-w levels-of-crime coverage…..

    Of all these racism hoax stories, particularly of the b-on-w variety, the one I recall best was when i was a teenager and this guy in Boston killed his new bride, who i believe was pregnant, then shot himself in the leg or something, and then told police that they were robbed and assaulted by blacks…. The public believed it all and was outraged; police searched the ghettos at will and several assumed suspects were abused, along with some public outrage that led to random assaults, etc.
    Eventually, the bride’s brother admitted to police that it was a scam that he was let in on, and the bride himself, who committed the murder and self-assault, ended up committing suicide by jumping off a bridge into the river.

    This was before Susan Smith; from then on, the press and police were much more cynical about such initial claims; in fact, the case I’m mentioning, even though i don’t recall his name, may have led the cops be be suspicious earlier of Susan Smith’s story. But of course, in any such child abduction or multiiple family member assault, the immediate family members themselves are ALWAYS the first to be suspected, i”m sure.

  42. The local news would cover everyday crime evenly. It is the national news that picks and chooses what they want to spotlight.

  43. The fact that a woman made up a rape story, and the police figured it out right away, really isn’t much of a story.

  44. Also, you just KNOW that this Breana Talbott story is going to make for a Lifetime channel movie; she’s got that just-perfect devilishly insolent restless small-town beauty look—– perfect mix of tack and classical symmetry; she generates equal amounts of intrigue and mischief in every trailer-park she roams through. Lindsay Lohan would be perfect for the role.

  45. Nikcrit,
    The Boston man, who killed his wife, was attempting to run an insurance scam with his own brother. The brother said he did not realize his brother was going to kill his sister in law. Apparently, several members of this man’s family knew about the plan (not the murder), and no one went to the police. The racial aspect got focused on a lot, but it really is not the most important aspect of this story. Obviously, he chose a black man because that was more believable.
    On another note, some black comedian just described Boston as the most racist city he has ever been to.

  46. In the Tawana Brawley story she also faked a crime scene and wrote slurs on herself – the slurs were written upside down.

  47. Tawana Brawley story she also faked a crime scene and wrote slurs on herself

    Yeah, I think the biggest outrage that MSNBC ever committed is giving Sharpton the platform they have and never making him come clean about Brawley; and i don’t mean dissing him completely, but from all i recall they and no one else has ever got a mea culpa from him to whatever degree about that whole Brawley incident.

    And her story has been debunked by every media class, narrative-driven and not.

  48. When you check into some of the coverage of this Talbott rape hoax, you got to wonder: what is there to gain from such a hoax? it’s not like she was looking to incriminate somebody in particular it seems. Nor was she trying to cover up some other perverse behavior she had committed.
    Actually, it seems like she was acting out some perverse sexual or outcaste fantasy, in which she wanted to be adorned with sympathy for some act that, while others would console her for going through it, she personally would revel in the deceit and their false assumptions. Weird.

    There was a similar case involving the Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson; during the last decade before his death his life had become a real sorry-ass tale of dope and decline; right before he died he was living in trashy beachfront motels and doing drugs with local addicts and runaways. Anyhow, during some weird night of pursuing dope and getting high, his car broke down on the highway and he told police this crazy tale of several black guys stopping along the road and raping him—– a story that was scrutinized by police via radio reports and checking with various other squads via the reported time-table, and eventually Wilson’s story was totally debunked; the writer of the acclaimed biography “Heroes and Villains: the true story of the Beach Boys.” The story never caught wind with the higher realms of tabloid squalor because it’s stranger than fiction —–as is a lot of sleazy scandal involving renowned figures.

    Anyhow, I’d bet something similar yet unseemly is what was behind Talbott’s behavior. I mean, how else would you explain the nuts-and-bolts “why-and-how?” behind her story?

  49. That Goad article that Lothar posted in his comment is terrible; can’t believe that dude got a book contract about 20 years ago—– though he was dumped within a year or so.

    There’s always going to be media cause celebre cases like the ‘Free Mumia’ nonsense; by the time such mediated spectacle becomes cause celebre, it’s reductive and a waste of time to even consider the finer details of the evidence; the cause isn’t about the specifics of that particular case by that point —– yet he and other hack cause writers go into this totally predictable and foreseeable twinning narrative in which the irony of the cause-celebre becomes subordinate to the specifics of his murder case. And of course anybody personally involved in cause celebre cases.

    Goad gets more attention than he deserves.

  50. Teresa May / Rudd would rather persecute a clever, law-abiding, civilized, articulate White Swiss gentleman than a google or skittle terrorist halfwit. She’d take Trump’s 7 Skittlestans & let the Somali drive over Tower, Arabian drive over London, Pakistani drive over Hungerford…

  51. I just watched a video called “Why Europe Owes the Migrants Nothing”. The speaker is Stefan Molyneux. He really lays the issue out.

  52. Rape accusations are part and parcel of Obama’s new “victim-American” landscape.

    Two years ago we had the Lena Dunham fake accusation about being raped by a “flamboyant Republican” at Oberlin, loosely based on a person she never met at Oberlin who the encountered a ton of headache with the bad publicity. (Lena Dunham is the same person who tweets about “wishing” she’d had an abortion at some point)

    And of course there’s Duke Lacrosse, which got something like 500,000 words of coverage in the NY Times despite FBI statistics showing that pretty much ZERO white men are even accused of rape by black victims in the USA every year.

  53. Nikcrit,
    Females like being the victim, or at least being seen as the victim. A woman with a good character will recognize this is not really a good thing. A woman will a bad character will often try to frame herself as the “victim”. She may even mess up her own life to do this. This girl obviously has a poor character. Instead of working for people’s respect, she wants to do something easy and immoral to get recognition and sympathy.

  54. This girl obviously has a poor character.

    I explain Talbot’s behavior as: she gets to publicize her personal fantasy but not pick up any of the taboo and disdain that her peers, associates or anybody else whose wrath or disgust she’d like to avoid.

    lara, if her goal was SOLELY to be seen as “the victim,” she could’ve come up with a pseudo incident that wasn’t so taboo and loaded an act.

  55. lara, if her goal was SOLELY to be seen as “the victim,” she could’ve come up with a pseudo incident that wasn’t so taboo and loaded an act.

    So, it was “taboo and loaded” because she described her fictional attacker as black?

  56. if her goal was SOLELY to be seen as “the victim,” she could’ve come up with a pseudo incident that wasn’t so taboo and loaded an act.

    Yeah, like she coulda been used as a stripper at Duke, and got the light brown-haired boys so worked up that they took her into the bathroom and used her hour after hour, one after another, and though she screamed and cried and hoped and prayed it never would end!

    That would have the advantage of being both hot and erotic, and believable.

  57. Speaking of Duke by the way, there is a true crime documentery series on the Amazon channel Sundance, that was recommended me, called the Staircase.

    It is pretty good, if you like that genre. But the crime-in-question involves the murder in a prominent family in Raleigh NC, and the suspect is a Jesse Peterson, who is quite a character. Turns out he is bi-sexual and it seems likely that his wife got on his case about that and he beat her to death and framed it as her falling down the stairs. The cops don’t buy it.

    I like the documentary aspect of it, in how it shows prosperous UMC Americans from the Mid South. They are very flawed people, but they are the ones who end up at the tops of the civic heap, in these second-tier American cities.

    But the tie-in with Duke, is the DA’s office includes Danny Nifong, who was the prosecutor of the Duke Lacrosse team. And perfect to form, his comments in episode one are callous and emotionally retarded. He makes a joke about the woman bouncing down the stairs on her head like a pogo stick (to explain the blunt force injuries).

    Yeah of course cops and law enforcement and criminal attorneys too, have a sense of humor about that stuff. But the documentary scene in question, reveals that joke to be inappropriate and (like i described) emotionally retarded.

    This is not an emotionally sophisticated person. And yet he rose to a very prominent position, in a somewhat prominent city. Managerialism and scale, and blah blah blah? Or on the other hand, typical American quality; which is to say, not much.

  58. Also from the Mid South. Last week’s Maryland high school bathroom sex scene with the two hispanic “students” — the victim, if victim she was, they are saying also hispanic.

    That fact alone makes it how much more likely that the sex was, at least initially, entirely consensual?

    I too was initially outraged about it, but knowing that the victim was hispanic, makes it seem very likely that what happened was a different story.

  59. This is not an emotionally sophisticated person. And yet he rose to a very prominent position, in a somewhat prominent city. Managerialism and scale, and blah blah blah?

    Part of why Mike Nifong went on such a crusade towards the Duke Lacrosse team is because he was in the midst of a re-election campaign in Durham, which is a heavily black city. He was just pandering for votes there, and of course most Duke students are from out of state and don’t vote locally. Like most sun belt cities, Durham has a small incorporated area that is devoid of whites, who live in surrounding towns and do not allow the main city to grow by annexation.

    and it seems likely that his wife got on his case about that and he beat her to death and framed it as her falling down the stairs. The cops don’t buy it.

    With 50 different CSI and Law & Order shows on TV for the last generation you’d think people would be smarter about basic crime scene and medical investigation tactics – i.e. it’s not going to fly if you beat someone to death with a hard object but then claim they slipped in the bathtub and hit their head and died when the cops come.

  60. o, it was “taboo and loaded” because she described her fictional attacker as black?

    Well, I’m thinking that combination is more ‘taboo and loaded’ than would be a simple white-on-white assault, no?
    And from there i’m assuming that if she ONLY wanted attention, she could’ve made up an incident that wouldn’t be so controversial and possibly damaging; i.e., even if she was the pure victim of interracial rape, many people whose opinion Talbot would nonetheless value would STILL think less of her. So I figure that since she’s willing to bear that possible cross, the interracial aspect of her story must be personally important. Thus her acting-out and deceit is based in an element of transgressive lust. That part of the deceit was important to her in some way beyond just adding to its believability.
    What do some of you think was behind her motive? I agree with what Lara says, but don’t think she’s factoring in enough of the details in her calculus; more than just ‘attention’ was in motive here.

  61. With 50 different CSI and Law & Order shows on TV for the last generation you’d think people would be smarter about basic crime scene and medical investigation tactics –

    Yes, absolutely. IDK I’m still surprised, but I’m nonetheless amazed at how dense and lacking in foresight are some of these mastermind criminals. They don’t realize that any family member is automatically the no.1 suspect, and that anyone to materially gain is going to be scrutinized first.

    The other stupid oversight, even by halfway clever felons, is they don’t realize in this day and age just how much surveillance fillm is part of the overall civic fabric; if you are being questioned by a cop and any integral part of your excuse has you saying you went her to there from point A to point B and then stopped at point X, before shortly going on to point Y, etc.,

    If ANY slight aspect of that explanation is a lie and a ruse it could nowadays so easily be exposed, because police can through assembling piecemeal private and public camera surveillance footage beside transportation dept cameras on lightposts and stoplights, can put toegether a damn-near moment-to-moment chronicle of a single vehicle’s excursion on a particular day — much of that journey dated-and-time-stamped to the second.

  62. there was one notorious incident in my town where a special-forces Army guy, who went nuts and became obsesed with his doctor wife, drove from a distant suburb on the highway to a renowned medical complex in my city and on the complexes main commercial strip shot her and then drove back home.

    Well, what have you there? A mentally unstable military man who’d already threatened violence; his wife murdered on the open streets at 4:30 in the morning—- and surveillance footage of the disgruntled husband’s car, almost from the point he left his suburban driveway, all the way down the highway and into the medical complex grounds. Had it not beein for the happenstance position of a building and parking lot booth where the woman was shot, the actual murder itself would’ve been caught by surveillance footage.

    So this guy gets six months in the hospital for the medically insane, then gets to go to prison for the rest of his life. You’d think a special forces officer would’ve had a tad more foresight.

  63. If ANY slight aspect of that explanation is a lie and a ruse it could nowadays so easily be exposed, because police can through assembling piecemeal private and public camera surveillance footage beside transportation dept cameras on lightposts and stoplights, can put toegether a damn-near moment-to-moment chronicle of a single vehicle’s excursion on a particular day — much of that journey dated-and-time-stamped to the second.

    The flip side of all of that is that some people expect too much, though.

    For instance, if someone smashes your car window and steals a laptop and the change on your console the cops aren’t going to go and pull endless video from the businesses in the area for such a small thing. Nor will cops do fingerprint dusting and/or DNA tests for minor crimes due to the cost of processing, even though some people watch CSI on TV and then request the most extensive investigations for their stolen bicycle and such.

  64. The flip side of all of that is that some people expect too much, though.

    That was the very discussion that was going on in a crimm justice class I sat in on for two days last month; the teacher, a former lecturer at the community college in the crimm justice dept., was going on saying that contemporary crime-fighting software and other hi-tech gadgetry has now made criminal DETECTION outpace serviceable levels of criminal PROSECUTION; i.e., what you said: they can now detect and identify all sort of misdemeanor activity—- but it’s not prudent resource-wise to go after it; along with the examples you (Cam) provided, think of, say, low-level drug dealing; are you really going to pour over hours of streetlight-camera footage to find cars stopping and meeting where $50 drug deals take place? Even if you have driver’s license plates and video captures of the actual perps? You’ll then have to edit it down to a viewable, jury-presentable package and subpoena all the known actors along with the peripheral players in serving the prosecution, bring them together before a 6, 9 or 12-man jury, and then get your conviction for some low-level intent or possession charge, wihch usually yield no jail and mandatory drug-rehab for first-time offenders.

    While all that nanny-state modern-tech surveillance is good overall, and certianly comes in useful for high-end felony prosecution, i bet a lot of the stuff you talked about DOES get pursued when it comes to gathering proof-of-litigant-action in terms of civil suits, where big bucks can be sought and won depending on testimony that helps prove if a certain respondent was at a certain place filing a certain document, etc. —- some way in which the surveillance would prove or strongly suggest that person-A did do some routine transaction that had personal implications

  65. O.T.”: Camille Paglia has a new essay compilation coming out and Dwight Garner’s review touches upon some topics touted here in months past:

    This definition by Paglia of ‘feminism’ sounds like it could come from our blog host:“Women will never know who they are until they let men be men. Let’s get rid of Infirmary Feminism, with its bedlam of bellyachers, anorexics, bulimics, depressives, rape victims and incest survivors. Feminism has become a catchall vegetable drawer where bunches of clingy sob sisters can store their moldy neuroses.”

    On P.C. in the universities: “How is it possible that today’s academic left has supported rather than protested campus speech codes as well as the grotesque surveillance and overregulation of student life?”

  66. Women will never know who they are until they let men be men. — Paglia

    This ^^^ is the line that allows all the dykes and cucks to rage over how renegade Camille really, really is…

    No, really… This is the line that makes the Paglia super-duper, un-PC.

    She is a giant troll job.

  67. FIrst, there is the absurd idea that “women” are EVER ACTUALLY in a position to “let men be men.” It’s effing preposterous. Secondly, a “woman” who does not know herself EFFECTIVELY defines a “woman” as she who is unaware of her womanhood. Strike two. Now combine these two absurdities into one sentence and watch the spectacle of the cuckdykes doubling down on their “radical autonomy.”

  68. The next emergent political movement will be a row of cucks led by a lead duck named Ms. Alt-Dyke.

  69. She is a giant troll job.

    If it wasn’t for Thordaddy, we’d never know that the alt-right is just one big shell game forever providing cover for the self-annihilating cucks, no?

  70. Camille has a shitlord face. Nice hair.

    And yeah she can turn a phrase. From now on, feminism is a catchall vegetable drawer. (the implication of that metaphor being obvious — or do i have to spell it out?)

  71. I met Paglia in ’99 and had a good one-on-one conversation with her (I never tire of mentioning this!) Her charisma, in person, is through the roof. She looks at you like she’s consummately absorbed in your words, and then thoughtfully comments on what you said. Razor-sharp mind behind ditzy mannerism.

  72. I met Paglia in ’99 and had a good one-on-one conversation with her

    I recall you mentioning this in earlier blog comments; i think you once noted in another blog commment how you mentioned her to Harold Bloom and he sort of had a salty and hasty reply to that. IDK if you read the link I included, but Garner describes Bloom as Paglia’s mentor, which doesn’t really surprise me but i thought that fact was interesting; maybe he got salty because it was that common case of the aging mentor seeing one of his star disciples eclipsing his own zeitgeist luminosity (it’s been suggested that Bloom himself is somewhat addicted to the academic limelight).
    For the record, I have a limited but passionte like for Bloom; as a neophyte writer and undergrad, i really related to his criticism book, ‘Anxiety of Influence,” and as an adult I just adored his casual-reader type softcover tome, “How to Read and Why,” in which he went into his famous “rewarding re-reading’ theory of literature; i.e., how it’s deeply rewarding to re-read influential books of your youth as a reflective adult). But the stuff he’s most deeply known for and thoroughly critiqued upon —– the stuff that really makes for the bulk of his legend —– I’m not that familiar with, such as “Invention of the Human” book on Shakespeare and other books that go into Shakespeare and other canon-maker writers from the Enlightenment on and into literary modernism.

    If you recall some give-n-take between Lucius Somesuch and I late last year, he seems to be a bit more deeply steeped into that aspect of Bloom lore and, as is his wont, Lucius sort-of dug into me when he sensed that i was a bit too laudatory while a bit too thin in knowing Bloom’s anchor beliefs and rhetorical mantle.

    Guilty as charged, but i still don’t give a fuk!

  73. Yes, Bloom’s face clouded over when I mentioned Paglia and the conversation was over. I never read “Anxiety of Influence” but understand that it is a literary theory about patricide (of one’s looming predecessors) that drives great art. One of Bloom’s axioms that did stick with me was his assertion that great literature makes the familiar strange, or the strange familiar. He pointed to Shakespeare as an example of the latter.

  74. She is a giant troll job.

    Thor, Paglia’s vociferous critique of the gays throughout her career can hardly be described as “trolling.” She makes Jerry Falwell seem like a cuddly teddy bear in that regard.

    Please do some research before you make such claims:

    http://www.ldolphin.org/lesbian.html

  75. MGE…

    You are missing several inevitabilities to which Paglia will be defenseless in denying.

    First, once a radical always a radical.

    Second, a radical’s next radical step CAN ONLY EVER BE in the direction of anti-egalitarianism.

    Ergo, a “white” dyke’s next radical step CAN ONLY BE towards white Supremacy.

    Per “universal equality,” white dyke EQUALS “white supremacy.”

    The Revolution proceeds.

    PS That article you linked is 20 years old and no one as of yet can spot the utter subversiveness of Paglia assault. Seriously, is there anyone more responsible for obscuring the homo versus dyke rivalry while slimultaneously working to create a “universal equality” between man and homo and woman and dyke?

  76. Speaking of crimes. Here’s one. A guy driving through a black neighb in Ohio hits a kid. The guy is dragged out of his car and executed.

    This kind of thing happens about once a year. You can’t read it in the MSM, only on alt-right sites. There were cases in Minnesota and NC in last few years.

    I think we talked about the Steve Utash story here before, he’s a 50+ guy in Detroit who hit a kid who ran in the street, then got beaten badly by the bystanders. There was very grainy video in that one.

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