Walls Are Built, One Way Or Another

If you tear down one big wall, a thousand smaller walls appear in its place. To wit:

“But walls don’t work”

Oh they do. They work very well, which is why shitlibs lash out so hysterically against any move toward building a national border wall. If walls were truly ineffective, Chuck Schumer wouldn’t kvetch so much.

The choice is a big beautiful wall at the nation’s border, or millions of smaller walls multiplying every day around the nation’s landmarks, gentrifying neighborhoods, gated communities, parks, pools, schools, and places of worship.

Human nature hasn’t changed. We wall off our precious homelands against invaders. If we let the invaders waltz in, then we wall off our precious homes from them.

Until there’s nothing left to wall off but ourselves.





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  1. The more Trump can tweet pictures of existing walls… around Obama’s house, the Vatican, Israel, every prominent celebrity, and now this wall around the Eiffel Tower… the more likely he (and America) is to emerge victorious.

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    • Political victories will never be enough to fix the problem.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:43 am Captain Obvious

        Srsly.

        The Biology is the Culture and the Culture is the Biology.

        Ergo (((Culture [email protected]))) are necessarily biological [email protected]

        All of this shiznat is utterly Darwinian in nature.

        A foreign set of genes is trying to drive our genes into extiction.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:43 am Captain Obvious

        extiNction

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      • Cap, you can take your Blut Und Boden crap and shove it.

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      • Political losses are the reasons we’re in the state we’re in.

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      • Political losses are a symptom of the disease, not its cause.

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      • Not sure what this “Chekist” fellow’s argument is.

        First he says the problems aren’t political and can’t be solved politically. Then he says that not biological/racial either.

        I think he’s run out of possible explanatory factors.

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      • Keep thinking. There’s another category you’re missing.

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      • Absolutely.

        This gets fixed by blood or it doesn’t get fixed.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:11 pm Pretty Boy Looch

        I’m trying to figure out where free will fits into the biodeterminism of morons like CO.

        Do you even think about these things?

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      • the “politics won’t save us” MEME needs to die…implying war itself isn’t political GTFO

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      • Musashi: blood feuds are political dummy

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      • The letter of the law killeth, Ted, but the spirit of the law giveth life. Technical accuracy is not always better. There is discretion to avoid unwanted attention, and there is speaking truth to our emotions reared on vocabulary lies still within us. Perhaps it is a resounding rejection of establishment politics all the more by the hyperbole. You are of course absolutely correct for any purely logical purposes that may be, e.g. in a history book.

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      • when is the time to fight? when is the time to politick? now is the time to fight, so stop politicking

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      • on January 8, 2019 at 12:00 am gunslingergregi

        yea remember when everyone on here talked about making 300 400 grand and couldnt get a bitch

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      • You assume, Chekist, that “Blut und Boden” has no spiritual element. I assume you’re some kind of universalist, therefore.

        Of course, all armed prophets have been successful, and all unarmed prophets have been destroyed, as a certain famous chap pointed out. So there’s clearly some overlap in spirit, politics, and war.

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      • I’m no universalist.

        Yes, Blut und Boden has a spiritual component: a diabolical one, straight from Satan’s fondest dreams.

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    • obama’s house DOES NOT have a wall!

      fucking at least get the facts right

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      • Yeah it does dumbass, I’ve been there.
        Who is this stupid trav fuck anyway?

        Been coming here for years and this punk ass thinks he can shit on our esteemed proprietor?

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:27 pm Pretty Boy Looch

        Will

        99% of your comments are off-topic game questions that could be easily answered if you were smart enough to use the search function.

        Shut the fuck up you self-centered nitwit.

        Trav always brings a unique perspective
        and keeps this place from turning into a circle jerk.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 4:59 pm General Pinochet

        I’ve been following this site since 2008, back when we were all first learning the truth from Roissy about women. From that point on, it was only a matter of time before other bits of the big lie crumbled.
        Nowadays, the posts are all still great, but it’s all in-fighting in the comments. Something is not right about Red Pill men fussing with each other this much. Stupid nonsense too, like some dude getting an expensive plate of pasta.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 6:42 pm PBR Streetgang

        Time for another Beer Summit at Barack’s place … BYO 40’s, bitches

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      • Pretty Boy, you dumb shit. That’s a different Will.
        I don’t have game questions, I have game lessons.
        This other Will is givin me a bad rap, where is the yenta within when you need shim?

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      • General, you’re on point. I just get so tired of these new fags coming in here and not doing their time before opening their cock holsters.

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  2. Can CH do a post on whatever happened to Ted Cruz’s proposed EL CHAPO ACT? If passed, this would give free money for the barrier.

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    • on January 6, 2019 at 11:49 pm Captain Obvious

      >>>>> “whatever happened?”

      Mitch McConnell has one major career alliance that has been unbroken and unchanged for well over two decades. That alliance is with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and specifically with CoC President Tom Donohue. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/01/04/beware-senator-mitch-mcconnell/

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      • on January 6, 2019 at 11:50 pm Captain Obvious

        McConnell has a history of getting caught. However, fortunately for him people also have a tendency to forget [see McConnell’s scheme in the Mississippi 2014 Cochran race as an example]. Almost no-one remembers that U.S. Senator Jim DeMint, the founder of the Senate Conservative Fund, quit the Senate specifically because of the schemes and internal Machiavellian power moves of Mitch McConnell.

        So when the carefully constructed, pre-planned, pre-scheduled, and pre-organized public op-ed by incoming Senator Mitt Romney was deployed in the Washington Post… for those who have watched McConnell work; we knew exactly who orchestrated it and why…

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  3. “The choice is a big beautiful wall at the nation’s border, or millions of smaller walls multiplying every day around the nation’s landmarks, gentrifying neighborhoods, gated communities, parks, pools, schools, and places of worship.”
    True in the short run.
    In the medium term, say a generation or so, the US will be turned into a cold Honduras. With that kind of social structure, no middle class to speak of, essentially feudal overlords and the rest of us being peons.
    And the voting cattle will have taken over the reins of justice, anybody
    opposed will face – at best – the National Guard. Worse – federal troops.

    In the slightly longer run – who knows -. But if South Africa is any guide,
    civil war, revolt or something may well happen. Killing the rich, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)-style. Roving bands. Be careful what you wish for, you might get it.

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    • ….is the national guard not “federal troops”….?

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    • it’s good to reframe this discussion.

      in this way- CH is on the right track, take it further.

      So, when we become like brazil, a mulltiracial, multicultural utopia, EVERY SINGLE FUCKING HOUSE there has a wall.

      Like ALL of them.

      “Why do you suppose that is?”
      “So maybe we don’t want to become like brazil?”

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 11:54 am Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        @Thor

        The APC rolled into the next neighborhood, equipped to kill. The pulsing numbers read off the vehicle’s exact location. This was primarily a white neighborhood — because it was located next to the White House, a jefe-style government — but for practical reasons they stayed buttoned up.

        A beaner/groid mix popped up with a Molotov cocktail. He threw; they fired; it was simultaneous. As his face and chest exploded in blood, the bottle rolled under the APC. Boom!

        As this was a Jeff Bezos APC, in the Amazon army, it was no great loss — it’s kind could be reproduced in one of the thousand Seattle pyramid-factories of black glass and blacker faces . . .

        = = =

        PERHAPS IN THIS UNKNOWN FUTURE THE CORPORATIONS WILL PIT HUMAN RACE AGAINST RACE — PEN AGAINST PEN — HIRING ALL THE CHOMSKYS AND LIMBAUGHS AND ALL THE JUANS AND LAMARS.

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      • Sorcy usually I hate your writing, but that was a fun read. Credit where credit is due and all that. Good job.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:14 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        And yet I feel as if I have failed you by irritating you.

        It was never my intention to be the MASSIVE irritation I turned out to be. My only defense was I slagged women too hard, a pet peeve of mine.

        Back On/T, the number of white neighborhoods may actually increase in banana republic North America as prime locales and near-transit-hub avenues get taken up by healthy minority whites pricing the rest out of the market.

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      • Sorcerygod you are a VERY good writer. Bravo.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 6:19 pm Lord of the Gulf Stream

        The majority of the invaders are from Mexico. I’m in Mexico. EVERY SINGLE HOUSE has a wall, gates, and bars on the windows. It’s like being in fucking JAIL. Even so everything that is not bolted down gets stolen.

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  4. on January 6, 2019 at 11:29 pm Captain Obvious

    CH: “there’s nothing left to wall off but ourselves”

    A year ago [2006], prominent Harvard political scientist Robert D. “Bowling Alone” Putnam let slip that according to a massive survey of American communities he had completed 5 years before: “In the presence of [ethnic] diversity, we hunker down. We act like turtles. The effect of diversity is worse than had been imagined. And it’s not just that we don’t trust people who are not like us. In diverse communities, we don’t trust people who do look like us.” https://isteve.blogspot.com/2007/11/paging-dr-putnam-paging-dr-putnam.html

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    • Well, maybe. But I believe blacks trust other blacks less than whites trust other whites. But that may be changing….

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:03 am Captain Obvious

        Race-traitor Robert Putnam [a convert to his waifu’s j00daism] discovered [and then buried the fact] that diversity not only makes Whites scared of blacks & browns & reds & yellows, but that diversity also makes Whites scared of FELLOW WHITES.

        Diversity induces an Amygdala-driven survival instinct which drives people into what the Frankfurt School ridicules as “paranoia”.

        In diverse circumstances, NO ONE can relax and let down their guard – everyone is constantly on edge, nervous, and ready to snap.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:12 am gunslingergregi

        cap that shit only matters if life is worth living
        its not

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:19 am gunslingergregi

        can the internet send someone to kill me tired of playing this game there is nothing to win

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      • “In diverse circumstances, NO ONE can relax and let down their guard – everyone is constantly on edge, nervous, and ready to snap.”

        that’s status quo for American culture these days.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:23 am gunslingergregi

        repedative shit got bored playing game i like 2 weeks
        been playing life 43 years gtfo

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      • Gregi, your incoherent blathering in favor of nihilism is useless. Go sell that crap to suckers willing to buy it.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:26 am gunslingergregi

        i been ready for the next adventure for 25 fucking years

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:28 am gunslingergregi

        the church sells nihilism heaven so much better why the fuck stay in this shithole

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:29 am gunslingergregi

        aint selling shikt just logical choice

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:48 am gunslingergregi

        ahh guess need time to give away 500 grand first

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:30 am gunslingergregi

        not really kind of feel bad bout taking money too i wouldnt want a bitch taking child support from me
        why sholuld i take life support
        this bitch was acting all asleep hunched over
        i take the shotgun out and all the sudden its no dont
        fucking faker

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:31 am gunslingergregi

        can’t kill myself though need someone else to do it

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:34 am gunslingergregi

        i tried to help peoples lives it didnt work wife aint got shit but the wedding tent shit left making 120 a month or so
        the hectares of rice are gone
        the morons i tried to help including family nothing
        only people i ever helped save 100k were in kuwait or iraq
        but i guess self selecting group he he he

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:41 am Captain Obvious

        “the next adventure”

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:54 am gunslingergregi

        naa cap i dont want to responsible for bringing a kid into a world i dont like

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:55 am gunslingergregi

        i get the suciding without taking anyone with you at the point ready to die ya dont really give a fuck about anyone else

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      • Just shut up, already.

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      • No one on our side should be talking like this, gunslinger. You need professional psychological help. None of us can do it for you. Please go get it. This board is the last place you should be.

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      • He was probably just drunk.

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      • The hot chick getting pregnant is so ’empowered’. She makes white pregnancy ugly with her overdrive virtue signalling and its almighty feelz fruit producing that unctuous stimulation smirk. Western women feel way to highly of themselves. Mammal motherhood is commonplace; biological+cultural fatherhood is rare and immensely powerful. We are the prize, fucking mofos!

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      • Mammal motherhood is commonplace; biological+cultural fatherhood is rare and immensely powerful. We are the prize, fucking mofos!

        Noice… reminds me of an Onion headline from yesteryear:

        Miracle Of Birth Happens For Six Billionth Time

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      • Yes, maybe ggregi should get some professional help, but the enemy poz is everywhere so be wary. I am loath to trust a woman or a soy boy with my health, excepting female hygienists.

        Owen Cook got his shit together mentally from field work and inner game. At some point you’ve got to believe in yourself at the appraisal and action expense of most others because most others are truly win-lose animal shit. If one has physical and financial health, then I think it’s just a matter of ZFG about subhumans to free one’s self and get one’s mental health. The good hate is the hate of that antithetical to what we love, and we should always love ourselves with no exceptions ever.

        I feel ggregi’s situation. I am structurally unemployed and higher than average IQ. I would have played politics had I know we are not too good for it, but I didn’t. I believed a lot of bullshit and now I am old. The social isolation is murder. I don’t consider herds a social event. Company scrip matters. Acquiring financial health is not something I can answer adequately.

        I don’t entirely trust the data, but the FRED civilian labor participation rate has declined 2001-2015 and flat lined since (but not quite for white men). I don’t believe the economy got better in 2015 (it stopped getting worse), but my point is that this hiring surge is bullshit. I wonder if things would not be better for me had Cunt won and tightened the screws BO worked as head head. I don’t see any non-radical alternatives. We live in a country where Elizabeth Warren is a viable candidate for head head, where black footballers are reputed slaves. The Tree of Liberty is either dead or has a record appetite. What I have less than money is time. Ce la vie.

        I wish I had something better to say, gunslingergregi. You would not hurt if you did not have higher potential than the happy shit around you. Niccolò Machiavelli had the right idea, though he never ‘made it’. This shit happens every decline. Strauss and Howe predict our systemic struggle resolves circa 2026, and I must say that’s looking accurate.

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      • “If one has physical and financial health, then I think it’s just a matter of ZFG about subhumans to free one’s self and get one’s mental health. The good hate is the hate of that antithetical to what we love, and we should always love ourselves with no exceptions ever.”

        poetry.

        “I feel ggregi’s situation. I am structurally unemployed and higher than average IQ.”

        there are one or two things right that I’ve done in my life. one is to take huge, calculated risks (in business and in life) where the outcomes were extremely uncertain and success or failure rested entirely on my shoulders. these are risks that often not a single person in my social circle thought I could pull off, let alone imagine how. so I was totally out there on my own, figuring out things as I went along, making shameful amounts of mistakes along the way, being humble and honest when I needed to be, and mitigating the cost and risk of failure. after enough times of doing this I got the hang of it. and the risk taking => learning curve => problem solving => success eventually became the skill to have unto itself. not how I would have expected when I started doing this many years ago, but that’s how it turned out.

        sometimes failure actually meant death. you’d think that’s the worst thing, but it’s not. the worst thing is humiliating yourself, and/or being totally alone. (you’re always so afraid of being the only person doing something totally crazy.) so those are important fears to get past. accepting that you yourself are completely in charge of your own destiny. ain’t nobody can help you, unless you already have a plan and you enlist their help with the intention of fulfilling your master plan. otherwise you’re going it alone and you eventually get comfortable with that. you pick up allies along the way. people who believe in you.

        the other thing I’ve maybe done right in my life is to follow my man tingles. if it’s scary, outcome-uncertain, dangerous, something most people are terrified of doing, then that’s exactly what I need to point my dick towards. this has NEVER failed me, although i had to have the stomach to persevere through the “what the fuck was I thinking” phase that inevitably follows taking huge risks. you figure it out along the way. the discomfort passes.

        yeah, you’ll have a lot of sleepless nights and you’ll have doubts and there will be no one to make it all better, because few if any of your acquaintances will have any clue why you’re doing what you’re doing. but you stick it out and eventually you come out the other side.

        I’m not talking extreme sports kind of stupid risk taking stuff here, although that could certainly be a part of it and that was certainly my thing when I was younger. but here’s the thing: you need your body and your brain to be healthy because the journey is long and you need to be sharp. you cannot afford to cripple yourself. so if you take the extreme sports route or any other route you honor the risk you’re taking, honor yourself, honor the gods, by spending the appropriate amount of time (often years) preparing yourself. this isn’t about going down in a blaze of glory. this is about building a life that’s BETTER than the one that globo-miserable-ism says your entitled to. and in order to do that you need to be prepared to fight and WIN a war every single day of your (hopefully long) life. in other words you do your homework.

        one last word: risk-taking might actually be the key to unlocking the maximum Aryan super power level. like, it might simply be a genetic thing that we have. we can’t prosper without taking risks, and all the problems we see among our people today are simply the result of the too much comfort. whites are listless, bored. seeking a cause. we discussed this the other day about unearned prosperity leading to complacency, Doug. seems like we’re all more susceptible to complacency than we’d like to admit to ourselves.

        one last, last word: yeah, things are terrible. just awful. but that doesn’t mean any single one of us is off the hook. we still need to push-push-push! ourselves past our limits, just as our ancestors did (which is the only reason we are here today). that means that even if you are old and have no teeth and can barely walk, and have to piss every ten minutes, you still need to look in the mirror every day and ask yourself (while also speaking directly to your ancestors): “what can I do today that will absolutely terrify me but also make my flaccid old dick hard?”

        you owe it yourself, and to your ancestors, to not be a pussy, white man. don’t be a lazy fag.

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      • “what can I do today that will absolutely terrify me but also make my flaccid old dick hard?”

        The State would pounce on me, and my life would be effectively over. As always, it’s live or die. The shit can’t hit the fan too soon for me. That day would be the best day for me to ask your question. You are a better man than me, plumpjack. I know logically that we are not all supposed to succeed for a better future. My best genes are still out there and may win without me. Thanks for advice and encouragement. After a years-long endeavor completely fails, well, perhaps I have yet to properly internalize it. I think I see what the most reasonable course of action is, but it worries me that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again. I feel like I’m looking at a row of turds, and I get to choose what I think is best in class. Fun times.

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      • “I think I see what the most reasonable course of action is, but it worries me that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again.”

        I know this feeling well. how can you tell whether what we’re doing is crazy or simply bold? the voices in our heads can easily argue for one side or the other. and the voices OUTSIDE our heads will readily agree with either side.

        my breakthrough moments are always preceded by an often-excruciating process of letting go of my fear of failure. I hold on to the “what if-what if-what?!?” paralysis until I exhaust myself. then I just let go and say “fuck it. I’m just going to complete this thing just for the hell of it”. and then suddenly the clouds open and the light comes in and the answer is literally right there in front of me, simply because I realized that I wasn’t a failure. I wasn’t on the wrong path. I simply needed to identify ONE SPECIFIC PROBLEM and then finding the solution to THAT problem instead of questioning the whole enterprise.

        so maybe the insanity of doing the same thing over and over and expecting the same result is simply a matter of figuring out which the right question(s) to ask.

        another thing, I was always a bit of a sociopath. charming and likeable but always thought I was too good for people. this can make success in business difficult. you simply can’t succeed without being able trust other people. so I had this thing in my head for a long time that nobody was good enough and/or could be trusted to do this right and this really held me back. it was a weird thing that wasn’t based on anything than my own criticism of myself. people are just people. some are better than others. no big deal. but it took me while to break this habit. i eventually I took such a huge risk in business that it simply wasn’t an option to not rely on people. I needed help. lots of it. and so I had to learn that skill of recruiting people, figuring out how to put them to the right task (very important), figuring out to train them, how to be patient, how not to make them feel stupid, how to not feel bad about cutting them loose, how to keep them motivated, how to make sure you have layers of backup people to put into their place. fortunately all those things can be learned. but most importantly I just learned to stop expecting total perfection in everyone and everything, especially in myself. it’s just a huge stumbling block, expecting everything to be perfect. THAT’S the insanity cycle that needs to be broken. it’s like an energetic thing where you short your brain from the minutiae of things to the flow of things. little picture to big picture, etc.

        anyway, I don’t know your situation, Doug, but you sure do seem very rational and lucid and I learn a great deal from your comments. people way less smart than you figure out how to prosper in this world. obviously it’s not a question of intelligence for you. it’s some other simple thing. maybe learning to to relax with people and accept their flaws. if that’s your thing then I can totally relate and hopefully what I wrote here is helpful in some way.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 3:01 pm Captain Obvious

        PJ: “whites are listless, bored. seeking a cause… unearned prosperity leading to complacency…”

        What Calhoun discovered was that without the imminent FEAR OF DEATH [typically via famine/starvation/drought/thirst, or via communicable disease, or via predator], the mice lost their WILL TO LIVE.

        So that the absence of the impending First Death [of the body] led to the Second Death [of the soul].

        Death Squared: The Explosive Growth and Demise of a Mouse Population
        by John B Calhoun MD
        https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1644264/pdf/procrsmed00338-0007.pdf

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 3:03 pm Captain Obvious

        RD: “I think I see what the most reasonable course of action is, but it worries me that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again. I feel like I’m looking at a row of turds, and I get to choose what I think is best in class. Fun times.”

        WTFE it is, keep trying to look at it from different angles.

        Turn the thing upside-down & inside-out.

        Look for that point of view which no one has imagined yet, and find that quirk in the system which you can uniquely leverage to your advantage.

        And when you finally realize how to make it work, KEEP YOUR [email protected] MOUTH SHUT so that you don’t get any competitors plagiarizing your big insight.

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      • Thanks, plumpjack. My ‘mistake’ expertly conditioned by my parents, who have not changed a bit, was to always trust others, to never win or accept winnings by conflict. I was at the other extreme. I had to learn the evo psych of the red pill to realize that winning by conflict is a virtue in a world of animals. I needed the inner game of field work and the repetitive truth of empiricism. Very eye opening.

        Yes, the idea of falling forward, to somehow build on the past effort, that is staring me in the face. It is a long row to hoe as I see it.

        I wish I were smarter or dumber. I call it no man’s land of IQ.

        Honestly, getting laid would help a lot, but I don’t want to get laid from a position of weakness, of needing to use a condom religiously, of bottom feeding, hell, of trying over and over and failing with liability. Old and broke is a losing hand with pussy. The catch-22 is that I must work on me and fix my life before I can get laid and actually like it. I actually had a bad sexual experience, as in not really fun. Shouldn’t be fucking possible. Women can ruin anything.

        I don’t think it’s fun to score what I wildly imagine to score with incredible luck under the circumstances. Women are toxic bait for government abuse. Got to be very selective, and always go young. I enjoy noticing the wreckage signs of self-destructive post-wall women, and I don’t care if it’s hateful (inner game, thank you). I believe that in a war of attrition men have the advantage. The easy victories of feminism are over.

        I really don’t see a choice but to press forward as if. I really, really want to be wrong, but no decent job offer will be forth coming. I think the fact of the matter is that if I learn enough programming skills to become marketable, I will have the skills to work for myself. I will necessarily require a portfolio tol cover for my lack of professional experience, but that is probably not far from making me money without employment. Sucks that I have to be that impressive in one shot. A very high bar (for me). I wish I could be paid as a philosopher, ha. If I had a big, straight dick, I’d just do heterosexual porn. I feel like I desperately need a reset, like a vacation but not really. It’s all a catch-22. Only winning is winning.

        Dear Mr. President, if you need a vile chief-of-staff who will maintain order for your daily schedule at all costs, you can’t do better than me. I have no qualms about breaking things that swim proficiently in the Swamp.

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      • CO, thanks. Yes, wanting to work smarter not harder. A competitive advantage is essential. In regards to:

        “And when you finally realize how to make it work, KEEP YOUR [email protected] MOUTH SHUT so that you don’t get any competitors plagiarizing your big insight.”

        I had that epiphany some years ago. I asked my self, Why don’t I know how others make money. People are allowed to make money by keeping it secret, potentially relaxed by political clout of course. I imagine I could walk from sea to shining sea never stepping on anything but new normal parasites. If anyone knows how you get rich, the parasites will destroy it by taxing it to death or simply by sabotage out of spite. I saw an episode of The Profit in Cuba. The guy being showcased got very defensive about financial numbers that indicated his income or living standard. Fucking narrative management, a required social skill because twats are liberated.

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      • “I will necessarily require a portfolio tol cover for my lack of professional experience, but that is probably not far from making me money without employment.”

        fake-it-til-you-make-it works in the professional world as well. just ask Larry Ellison. all these mammoth tech companies… they didn’t know jack when they landed big contracts. they figured it out as they went along.

        so it sounds like the main problem that needs solving here is just landing the right gig, portfolio be damned. get the work first, then figure out how to get it done. your customer will not know the difference (as long as you can m-o-s-t-l-y pull it off.)

        skip the employment part. just grab your nuts and jump.

        “Honestly, getting laid would help a lot, but I don’t want to get laid from a position of weakness, of needing to use a condom religiously, of bottom feeding, hell, of trying over and over and failing with liability.”

        hitting the gym and getting your energy level up will help a lot, regardless of your age. be good to your body. eat clean. watch the booze, etc. nothing you don’t already know. just a friend reminding a friend, which we all need from time to time.

        there’s a lot of thin gooks out there that are good for breaking dry spells. love white man long time. they’re cheap and disposable. once your dick remembers what it’s like to get wet you can easily upgrade.

        “Dear Mr. President, if you need a vile chief-of-staff who will maintain order for your daily schedule at all costs, you can’t do better than me. I have no qualms about breaking things that swim proficiently in the Swamp.”

        lol. you got my vote. that actually might be a good blog to start. just start posting shit about how you would handle such-and-such White House situation.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 5:12 pm Corinth Arkadin

        “risk-taking might actually be the key to unlocking the maximum Aryan super power level.”

        Plumpjack is absolutely infallible on this point.

        RISK is what separates Men from the drones and and makes the others fear you.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 11:44 pm gunslingergregi

        a little death talk
        you guys on fire
        but yea i have died so many fucking times almost
        and never got to see god he he he
        even that gets old

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      • on January 8, 2019 at 12:06 pm Captain Obvious

        >>>>> “you guys on fire”

        srsly

        Who the phuck needs SSRIs when you can cum to the Chateau and get your ass kicked and walk away with a smile on your face?

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      • on January 8, 2019 at 12:11 pm Captain Obvious

        >>>>> “Honestly, getting laid would help a lot”

        The single moast important factor in getting laid is BEING IN THE PHYSICAL PRESENCE OF FEMALES!!!

        You can look like Fabio and sing like Glen Campbell and be as wealthy as Bill Gates, but if all you ever see are those [email protected] utility lines, then you ain’t getting laid.

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      • on January 8, 2019 at 12:29 pm Captain Obvious

        Gotta be around women. Right there in the flesh & blood.

        Get a job [or a contract gig] in a Hospital – even if it just means pushing a mop as a janitor on the weekends. The average hospital has more females – doctors, nurses, nurse’s aids, phlebotomists, pharmacists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, secretaries, receptionists – than any one man could ever shake his Big Stick at.

        Find the biggest most fundamentalist most bursting-at-the-seams evangelical church within easy driving distance, and go to all of their ceremonies. Fundamentalist evangelical chicks will phuck your ballz off and they won’t go to Planned Murd3rh00d afterwards to butch3r your ch!ldren.

        Take up ballroom dancing for the slender 40s-ish lonely g00kette p00ntang with the bad breath [& the bad teeth].

        Take some music lessons [piano, guitar, flute, saxophone, WTFE] from some hawt b!tch in your town, and slowly start working your way into her greater social circle [there’ll be phags there, but also lots of lonely h0rny musical chicks].

        Me personally, I cross paths with scores of chicks at the local swimming pool, and I make it a requirement to start up at least a short conversation with each of them.

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      • on January 8, 2019 at 12:33 pm Captain Obvious

        ME: “Take some music lessons [piano, guitar, flute, saxophone, WTFE] from some hawt b!tch in your town, and slowly start working your way into her greater social circle”

        Meaning every time she [or one of her students] plays a concert or has a “recital”, then you show up for it, and you go to the post-concert/post-recital reception party afterwards, where there will be GUARANTEED p00ntang which needs chatting up.

        [I personally guarantee it.]

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    • “The effect of diversity is worse than had been imagined. And it’s not just that we don’t trust people who are not like us. In diverse communities, we don’t trust people who do look like us.”

      Baton Rouge and New Orleans Louisiana, in a nutshell.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 8:42 am Flyover Deplorable.

        The DC suburban community where I live, about 9 K population, is 90% blue. In order of wealth and political clout are the jews, Chinese, ultra liberal Whites, and a tight cadre of Communist Blacks.

        The Republican club, whose monthly meeting draws a roughly even mix of 50 or so elderly Whites and jews, seems more concerned about supporting the current Repub governor of Maryland (Larry Hogan) than supporting DJT or opposing the sanctuary status of our county and some of its municipalities.

        The group, from whom I am have incurred the most irrational and severe animosity when mentioning my views on immigration, Trump, Russia, Israel, Syria, etc, and from whom I would now fear legal repercussions should I disclose my stance as regards gun ownership or the 2A, are the Whites.

        For who knows what reason, the only group where I have successfully broached the JQ are the militant blacks.

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    • Steve Sailor did not provide a real source for that quote of Putnam as far as I can tell.

      [CH: putnam has said as much, though, even if the quote above may be inexact. diversity lowers social trust between and WITHIN races]

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      • “diversity lowers social trust between and WITHIN races”

        And you who don’t believe it, just look at politics and examine history.

        In our case, it was called The Civil War.

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      • Anyone who is not for seeking the truth is not for anything real out of ignorance. The substance of the quote may be correct, but not because of a bullshit citation. You narrative lackeys are so. Is it any wonder (((they))) reliably take over with enough generational success.

        tl;dr – Baaaaaahhhh.

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  5. MY wall is “calibrated” to 2 specific [email protected] measurements.
    I’m sick of it, bros…..

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  6. on January 6, 2019 at 11:44 pm Captain Obvious

    Super-gonorrhoea EPIDEMIC? Shock rise sparks warnings of STI’s antibiotic resistance https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/751802/super-gonorrhoea-uk-epidemic-sti-std-antibiotic-resistant

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  7. on January 7, 2019 at 12:06 am gunslingergregi

    wall no wall doesnt matter

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    • Somebody drop the banhammer on this subliterate troll, please.

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      • I thought the USSR eliminated the checkists.

        This fucking newb gonna come on here and demand that Gunslinger to be banned?

        GTFO!

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      • I’ve been here since 2012, cupcake. Just not under this name.

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      • Thanks for not taking my name in vain, then. lzozlzozlzozlozl

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      • Yes, at least we didn’t get “Blue Greg Eliot.” 😉

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      • “I’ve been here since 2012, cupcake. Just not under this name.”
        Well then the science is settled. That’s Indubitable Proof.
        Did your last persona become too embarrassing to live with?
        Retract proboscis, plz.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 8:01 am gunslingergregi

        rofl

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 8:02 am gunslingergregi

        u sick fucks he he he

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      • Do not talk that bad to some one when they are down. Greg said he does not feel good. Why not ask him what is the problem? We never know what some one is passing through and some times comments like the one you wrote make them feel worse.

        Greg, what is wrong? I am sending to you virtual hugs and prayers for strength. What ever you are passing,, it will pass also. Do not feel that is worthey of your own end, always there is light in the end even if we can not see it that time.
        “The darker the night, the brighter the stars,
        The deeper the grief, the closer is God!”
        , Fyodor Dostoyevsky.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:26 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        Winston Churchill said it best, re: Gunslinger and all those like him:

        “When you are going through hell, don’t stop.”

        Think about that for a moment. One’s mission in life is to keep going, in good times and in bad. With children, it is easier, but any anchor will hold a boat in place in a storm. Find your anchor.

        = = =

        The Titanic floated up to the surface and all the submarines circled it in tribute.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 11:38 pm gunslingergregi

        “The darker the night, the brighter the stars,
        The deeper the grief, the closer is God!”
        , Fyodor Dostoyevsky.””””’

        thnk eofahappy
        that is what my goal has been since 18 reaching god
        just after spending 25 years doing it lol getting kind of long

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  8. on January 7, 2019 at 12:10 am gunslingergregi

    china has their 20,000 scientist program its game over he he he

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  9. “The choice is a big beautiful wall at the nation’s border, or millions of smaller walls multiplying every day around the nation’s landmarks, gentrifying neighborhoods, gated communities, parks, pools, schools, and places of worship.” You forgot that this is a mathematical principal, it takes less fence to fence in 10 acres square than 10 acre squares. But your post covers more than the engineering of course.

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  10. If I remember Thucydides correctly building walls was an issue among the Greeks at the beggining of the Pellopenesian war. People deeply interested in walls might want to review those ancient arguments. When I read his history it was when the US and Russia were discussing anti missile systems and one side or the other was making the old Greek argument that building a defensive system was an act of aggression. Maybe the Greeks had other issues with walls that I’ve forgotten.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 6:43 pm Lord of the Gulf Stream

      Sparta had NO WALLS. They were such supreme badasses that the FEAR of them kept all enemies outside.

      I.e. we would not need a wall if the gibs were cut off and hard men with orders to shoot on sight were stationed along the border.

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  11. on January 7, 2019 at 12:53 am gunslingergregi

    funny spill mcds coffee on self millions
    lose soul in combat zone 500k rofl
    funny shit

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 1:50 am Captain Obvious

      The j00z run the (((Tort Law Industrial Complex))) in this country.

      They don’t have anything to do with DOD reimbursements to wid0ws.

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    • she didn’t get millions

      the coffee was at 190 degrees, which causes 3rd degree burns on contact. That McDs had been warned/complained of asinine high coffee heat many times. It basically burnt her cunt off.

      At least she was old, that was the only silver lining, nobody was tryina use that pussy no how

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  12. I was born in the 70s before the hordes of 3rd worlders crashed our shores. Here’s what I remember:

    – You could walk to the airplane gate without any security to meet loved ones as soon as they stepped off the plane, or to see them off.

    TODAY: Surly gubment rent-a-cops pat you down after you remove your shoes and belt, stand on filthy carpet and wait in long lines. You drop off loved ones at the curb.

    – The pilots left their cockpit door open. Anyone could chat with them. They invited kids into the cockpit.

    TODAY: Pilots lock the door. You never see them except when they furtively sneak out for a piss break.

    – Lost and found was a thing. People would find lost items and turn them in. Usually you could find your lost item at lost and found wherever you were.

    TODAY: Lost item? Free gibs! I don’t remember the last time I even heard the phrase “Lost and found.”

    – Farmers put their unattended produce in roadside stands with an open box for payment.

    TODAY: Increasingly rare due to low-trust cultural enrichment.

    – You could cross the Canadian border and return to the USA without identification, just a few questions and a friendly wave from each border officer.

    TODAY: You need your passport and must answer 20 questions from a hostile looking border officer each way. Coming back into the US if feels like you’re entering Fort Knox under full surveillance.

    – You could go to a Christmas market in Germany in full holiday spirit

    TODAY: You fear for your life venturing to a Christmas market in Germany (and probably the whole Anglosphere before long)

    Any other GenXers or older here? Feel free to add more memories of the way it was before mass 3rd world cultural enrichment.

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    • Any other GenXers or older here? Feel free to add more memories of the way it was before mass 3rd world cultural enrichment.

      Pump-first-then-pay gasoline. Unthinkable today.

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      • They’ve still got it here. That’s how remote (and White) the area is that I’m living in.

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      • They’ve still got it here. That’s how remote (and White) the area is that I’m living in.

        Lucky you.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 1:32 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

      Libraries didn’t have roving rent-a-cops patrolling from floor to floor, peeking on every screen as if they had the right to computer-monitor, and nosing in your business.

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    • Libraries : the smell of cared for books and wooden cabinets/shelves, and the quietude (instead of piss/sheite stained clothing and dreadlocked vibrants sprawled snoring on the furniture…)

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    • I was born in 91 and I can think of many things changed.

      – We did not have the exposure to “American” culture very much like they have today. The kids talk english like they are in american ghetto. We had nickelodeon if you was haveing cable but even it was much more inocent than today.

      – If you was atheist or not believing in the Church,, you did not advertise that. For sure you could have your beleifs but in polite company it was expected you do not blaspheme or advertise your anti Christian beleifs. Now it is acceptable and even trendy.

      – You did not worry very much about saying the wrong thing. Eg, I asked some one if they was “roma” because I was thinking that is the coŕrect word. Aparently even to ask is “hatefull”. Before we could speak with out worrying about giveing to some one PTSD with our words.

      – Hyper sexualistion of the youth. This tyes with my first point. 13 year old girls today are wearing make up and dressing like grown up women. My father would have made me wash it off straight. They also are given freedom we was not given. You can not want the best for your child now because then you will be “pressuring them”.

      – Gender neutral baby clotheing. There is not much more to say about that accept what the??

      – This one is like number 3. Be carefull what you do, what you say that it does not offend any one. Are you eating in public place where maybe there is a Muslim,, and it is in the month of Ramadan? Put your food away. Do you let your children to read picture bibles? Do not ever have them present with the Muslim children. Is there a noise complain in the ares? Oh that is the Roma,, it is theyre tradition and we will not disturb them.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 4:25 pm Philip Dascalu

      Reminds me of the 1994 family trip to Florida. Flying out of LaGuardia airport NYC. The captains saw the exhilarated countenances on my and younger siblings faces as we entered the plane. They invited the 3 of us into the cockpit and showed us the the instrumentation – they asked us questions in the way a friendly father would talking to his own children, about where we were headed, what we were looking forward to doing in Disney world before letting us 3 give a friendly hello over the intercom to our seated parents… what a memory.
      Never will that happen again for another child on a commercial airline. Low trust, fearful society. 9/11 happens – hey let’s import thousands of Muslimsz

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  13. “A $21,000 Cosmetology School Debt, and a $9-an-Hour Job. When she was in cosmetology school, Tracy Lozano had a love-hate relationship with weekday mornings. Those predawn moments were the only time she saw her infant daughter awake, and she savored them.”

    So ‘single mum’ (but of course) wanted to learn how to cut hair, so she borrowed $21k, abandoned her child during her formative years and ended up working in a pizzeria and nine years later still owes $8k.

    A vignette like this tells you more about Western decline that does many a weighty tome.

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    • The only reason these schools cost so much is tgis is what the federal government will guarantee in loan debt.

      It’s a fucking racket designed to keep you in debt bondage.

      All these schools – welding, barber, beauty etc. All have about the same tuition as a result.

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      • I may not agree with much you say or even like you but this one is 100% correct.

        Add in also that student loan debt is no longer dischargeable in bankruptcy and you have a situation where banks are bold with loans.

        Add in credentialism and mass female pursuit of “empowerment” and it’s made university LESS THAN worthless for most people and most degrees.

        They’ve had ROI sorters on the web for years where you can examine the 20-year aggregate return against just a HS average wage for all universities and many degrees. They only show the top 20 or so for the non-paywall version but already you can see that for many degrees outside of STEM, the ROI is barely positive, like a mere $40k over 20 years positive, for the BEST schools in those degrees. For the majority of the rest of the hundreds of universities, the ROI is NEGATIVE. However if you go Stanford comsci you rake bucks. Any engineering is heavily positive over 20 yrs. The best schools $1.5M so.

        I don’t believe they count interest; it’s solely bottom line dollars assuming you pay cash. They have filters for on vs off campus and expected financial aid vs none. It’s a serious eye opener.

        Everyone thinks “college” is a huge return on investment bc they were told it’s such. It isn’t…and the ROI people NEVER consider the interest on debt. If they did, only the best degrees from the best schools would register a positive net over 20 years. That’s a fact.

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      • https://www.payscale.com/college-roi

        check it out…

        for example, polysci…looks good at Dartmouth (they go to law school)

        scroll down to #21, Puget Sound…20 year return is $194,000. This is fucking #21. A mere 10k/yr better than HS. The decay curve between #1 and #21…#21 is 1/4 of the return of #1. Other shit majors like criminal justice are similar like psych or philosophy.

        If you were to go down to #50 or below, you will find legitimate negative ROIs. Does not include interest on debt.

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      • Credit where due, this is very good and important information to put before our young adults trying to make decisions about their future.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:36 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        If Bernie Sanders gets elected, he’ll save all those students!!

        Actually, the government could simply restart debtor’s prisons into existence, with the caveat that all the prisoners be healthy and young women willing to go down on your schlong for a reasonable part of the day for a reasonable length of term.

        The bonus? The girls learn how to make pleasing eye-contact.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 7:17 pm Corinth Arkadin

        WHERE MY BERNIE FONE????????

        Bernie gonna pay muh billz!

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      • bernie cannot forgive the debt, nobody can

        it’s already been securitized and is someone’s pension.

        if debt gets wiped away the monetary system collapses in deflation…this is what was happening in 08, we were probably maybe a day tops away from 0 bid on everything, complete lockup. The Fed had to step in and print money to buy debt to make it money good…don’t make me write a treatise on this, just accept, debt is someone else’s asset.

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  14. Must read.

    https://dailystormer.name/david-french-nails-it-in-response-to-tuckers-historic-manifesto-monologue/

    Happy Monday, goys. Go kick someone’s ass and educate 5 normies today.

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    • Anglin is rebutting this article in The Atlantic:Tucker Carlson’s Monologue Insults His Viewers. By Conor Friedersdorf

      I read through it. Typical (((sophistry))) and textbook example of marxist propaganda techniques in general.

      He spends half the article whining about one tiny comment in Tucker’s 15 minute monologue, wherein TC references teens in America being high and the proliferation of cannabis in a negative light.

      One look at his picture will tell you everything you need to know about Conor.
      **************
      From his bio which confirms physiognomy:

      Friedersdorf grew up in Orange County, California,[8] and currently lives in Venice, California. Two of his grandparents were French Cajuns.[9] He attended Pomona College as an undergraduate, and attended the journalism school at New York University on a scholarship.[10]

      And this: Friedersdorf wrote an article calling for the abolition of ICE, and protecting the right to protest on The Statue of Liberty.[7]

      And this: Writing for The Atlantic, Friedersdorf laid out his argument for why he refused to vote for Barack Obama in 2012 and was supporting Gary Johnson in his bid for president as the Libertarian Party candidate.[6]
      ***********

      If he’s not tribe he’s doing a damn good impression with the physiognomy and his (((education))).

      No Cajun I ever met looked like tribe. But New Orleans is chock full of tribe and in some circles Tulane has a nickname that rhymes with Tulane but starts with a J.

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    • Judging by (((who’s))) trying to pooh-pooh Tucker’s monologue, I may have to reconsider my original impression about how much ANY HINT of grousing against The Narrative will get blowback from the rest of the (((MSM))).

      Of course, it does make for good “SEE! BOTH sides of every issue is discussed!” plausible deniability theater in said (((MSM))).

      On a side note, I believe one of the (ahem) stalwarts ’round chere had a lot to say about other peoples’ “jewish monomania” or some poop-phrase along those lines… I’d like to see that off-White try and gainsay Anglin’s powerful elaboration of Tucker’s talk.

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    • Well the MSM is now helping open eyes too…

      Lolzlolzlolzlolz

      Entire falsely constructed narrative balloon popped…

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  15. on January 7, 2019 at 5:48 am gunslingergregi

    its so fucked up that us went to war against muslims
    but my ex brother in law was muslim and cool as fuck
    and my wife muslim and better than any bitch i ever had here
    that hurts
    7 and half years fucking with us bitches to come home to no childhood colectibles i bought loading old peoples boxes from there truck in parking lot to the inside building of a flea market
    for 3 fucking dollars
    in like 4th 5th 6th grade shoveling snow for 1
    cutting grass for 5

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 5:50 am gunslingergregi

      shit same story of guys in iraq at least i had my computer and shit still here
      a lot of those fuckers came home to nothing in house not even fucking silverware

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 5:52 am gunslingergregi

      and 30,000 dollar child support payments

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 6:09 am gunslingergregi

      i dont want to infect them with the discustingness

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 8:11 am gunslingergregi

      i cried when i saw him couple years ago and he said he forgives me and said
      shit happens in war
      like every stain on ground where family was i think subconsciously was thinking of him and like dammm
      so hurt prob more than it would of
      but yea dude beyond cool

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 1:47 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        A pickup truck, mid-late in age, drives up beside GunslingerGregi. The driver, a 6’1″ male with a blue aura around his black shades waves his hand. “Come on in,” he says. “We’re just going down the road, a bit.”

        As Gregi climbs in he asks, “What’s the road?”

        A brilliant smile greets him, as if the two men had known each other for years. “The future, gg. Just the future. That little ole thing we call love. True love for predestination. Hang on! We’re going fast!”

        “Just off-topic, like this whole thread [but that’s okay], do you wear seatbelts?”

        “No.”

        “Why not?”

        “I want to die in an accident. Hopin’ . . .”

        “See that comet. The one trailing fire above us. We’re going to follow it for a while, then branch out. Let yourself doze a bit. Besides, YOU LOOK DAMN TIRED.”

        GG got comfortable, and a drink was put in his hand. The valium inside was strong, almost overpowering. The comet was white and pretty. It looked like a castle or a palace up there. They were following a mobile palace, like the Cloud City in Star Wars. Funny thought. Then the truck veered sharply to Robert Frost’s “Road Less Taken.” There were strange animals in the woods. So what did they have? A tasty calming pill. A beautiful cosmic sign. And alien animals in the woods.

        Gregi leaned forward slowly, stretching his arms out in a V. “I get your message. Make new friends. [Animals]. Follow your heart. [Blazing Comets]. And take a chill pill regularly through music or light exercise [Jogging/SoundFX]. Modulate until perfected, repeat. . .

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      • If you’re in a position to travel, do it. Take a load off. Do pleasant things. Trust me, if you feel bad, having nothing to do is the worst. There’s plenty to do in the world away from people that cause pain.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 10:48 pm gunslingergregi

        yea i’ve done all that shit sorcery
        road less travelled

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 11:35 pm gunslingergregi

        yea turbo just got back from seeing wife oversees and coming back is a bit jarring

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  16. I think this is the biggest red-pill hook at family reunions. I really took to this concept when Heartiste hit on it with bullet proof glass Pop-Eyes Chicken.

    Virtue signaling out the ass living in the burbs of some incredibly vibrant cities, my extended family likes to one-up each-other on their volunteer experiences in da hood. I’ll ask acting unaware “Did you go to one of the bullet proof glass KFC’s? I wanna see one, but I don’t feel comfortable going alone.”

    My cousins children then start asking stuff about it and they’re explained it’s thick glass like at a bank. “But there’s no glass at our bank.” From the mouth of babes…

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  17. While in paradise a few weeks ago, I pulled up a chair next to another tourist looking to enjoy a fireworks show. His name was Phillip and he is German. I flat out asked him what he thought of Merkle and her policies. He seemed stunned, then a look of guilt/ remorse set in as he bowed his head. I said that you no longer have to feel ashamed of the past. Its been too long to bear the guilt for people who you weren’t alive to see. He relaxed, agreed and said that was good to hear. He leaned back, lit a cigar and said that 85% of Germany and Europeans for that fact are against the invasion however, if you speak up, you could be imprisoned. I asked him what they had to fight with. He said nothing. I asked isn’t there any old WWI stuff around hidden in grandpas basement. He said no, it has all been melted down. I then asked which side of the pond do you think it will kick off on? my side or yours. He was adamant that it was going to be on his side. He said he knew of the invasion pressures that we are under and we have the weap-on-try, but are far to comfortable. He then asked where is this coming from? The TV, the newspaper, the government…I said you aren’t ready for that answer yet, but keep digging on the subject, you are on the trail. Then the fireworks began…

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    • “Even though the Holocaust is one of the best-documented genocides in a historical sense, there is surprisingly little quantitative data available”

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      • Nice job. One by one. It’s important to remind people they aren’t alone in their bad thoughts.

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      • so if they were able to kill 1.5M in 3 months…why were there any survivors?

        if the goal was to eradicate the entire jewish population, howcome they had these INCREDIBLY, SUPERNATURALLY, MIRACULOUSLY efficient killing centers in 1942 and they left millions of jews just chilling out in prison camps elsewhere in Poland? For years.

        Bc the Fuhrer, in the story told them “kill more” and here they showed success but then inexplicably reduced their kill rate and did not ship the jews from less efficient camps on their 15000/day capacity rail megalines to Belzec and Treblinka.

        It simply boggles the mind how the Germans could be at the same time so incredibly intelligent as to design a logistics support system beyond that which a modern military could achieve as well as so fucking stupid that they didn’t use THESE TWO CAMPS ALONE to wipe out every single jew they could find.

        I mean if I didn’t know better I’d start to believe that the whole story is bullshit, but that’s like illegal or something

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      • But…..but…what about the six billion, or six thousand, whatever it was?

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      • “Even though the Holocaust is one of the best-documented genocides in a historical sense, there is surprisingly little quantitative data available”

        And go figger, someone actually wröte THAT with a straight face.

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      • From the perspective of growing up in Cmmunist Poland in the 1970s where there was no American propaganda, and instead we had Red-colored patrotic and pro-Soviet messages:

        I don’t recall ever hearing a catch-all word for the H-cost. I do remember, however, knowing that eradicating ‘les Juifs’ was indeed the case. It was common knowledge. It was in WWII fiction and nonfiction literature I had read,older people who lived thru WWII told me personally about Reich actions they wtnessed (were forced to watch).

        It was understood that the big concntrations camps like Au-witz and Majdanek were for: captured Polish reistance fghters; Polish civilians in general sent there for forced labor, as rounded up h0stages, or as ethnically cIeansed from areas of the country under the Ostplan. Reistance fghters from places as far off as France and Yugoslavia, and Soviet POWs. Also ethnic German criminals. It wasn’t denied that “J-ws Gys and Gpsies” were there, but they were, in that era’s narrative, an afterthought.

        As a pret-en, I had read several memoirs of camp and prison survivors, which were consistent with the above.

        So mass-xcutiosn of J-ws on the spot or in xtrmnatin camps like Treblinka weren’t denied in the 70s, they were common knowledge. The big question is, what numbers were killed.

        After the War, there were many J-ws in Poland. They filled the leadreship ranks of Stalinist secret poIice. Only later did they start emgrating to lsrael and elsewhere.

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      • All I could find is that document from The Red Cross. About 280,000 dead, but not all Dzooz. Something tells me that’s more accurate.

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    • Fences are bad mmmkay…

      They keep good people IN mmmkay…

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    • was this the guy who said they did 1.5M in 3 months in Treblinka and Belzec?

      lol. how many per day is that on railcars? (it’s 15,000 – some big fuckin trains eh?). Nonstop, day and night. No outages. Pretty fuckin amazing, it’s a miracle that a nation THIS efficient didn’t annihilate us all in the war, eh? A regular fuckin miracle.

      So, here we go-

      the original Auschwitz number was 4M that they literally made up to get to 6. That means that almost the ENTIRETY of the rest of the whole holocaust went thru Belzec and Treblinka in this 3 month span. Bc 4 + 1.5 = 5.5.

      (Of course, they revised the 4 down massively when everyone in poland was like yo this wasn’t a death camp it was a work camp. The polish gov even changed the plaque with the death numbers on it.)

      So if you believe that the entire holocaust was basically done in 3 months and all the victims vanished without any physical trace, then, hey you’re a holocaust believer! But who am I compared to the JEW who wrote the research?

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      • I’ve been pushing “8 million” to see if the Jews pick up on it.

        When my buddy’s kid does his (((mandatory))) social studies project on “The Holocaust” in a few years… I’m gonna laugh my ass of if he quotes my number.

        And then I’ll probably retire somewhere tropical, majority white, of course.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 7:23 pm Corinth Arkadin

        Costa Rica?

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 12:19 pm Carlos Danger

      My guess is that about 2 million Jews were killed out of 11 million in Europe by Eichmann’s back of the envelope estimate of Jews in Europe.

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      • my guess is most of them died of typhus.

        1.5M in 3 months is a stack of bodies

        they don’t do their cause any good by making such patently absurd exaggerations, like the Roller Coaster of Doom.

        you’d expect their to be more forensic evidence of this slaughter as there is for every other genocide

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  18. Maitre,

    les peuples savent ce qu’ils veulent
    (libertinite’encullerite’frotteurite OU LA MORT);
    et méritent de l’obtenir:
    bon et dur

    Bon et Dur, Maitre. bon et dur

    (La Autre-Chienne vous envoie bises)

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    • The aim of the whole conspiracy was to get Russia and Germany at loggerheads.

      When I asked why, he said that the anarchist lot thought it would give them their chance. Everything would be in the melting pot, and they looked to see a new world emerge. The capitalists would rake in the shekels, and make fortunes by buying up wreckage. Capital, he said, had no conscience and no fatherland. Besides, the Jew was behind it, and the Jew hated Russia worse than hell.

      […]

      The Jew is everywhere, but you have to go far down the backstairs to find him. Take any big Teutonic business concern. If you have dealings with it the first man you meet is Prince von und Zu Something, an elegant young man who talks Eton-and-Harrow English.

      But he cuts no ice. If your business is big, you get behind him and find a prognathous Westphalian with a retreating brow and the manners of a hog. He is the German business man that gives your English papers the shakes.

      But if you’re on the biggest kind of job and are bound to get to the real boss, ten to one you are brought up against a little white-faced Jew in a bath-chair with an eye like a rattlesnake. Yes, Sir, he is the man who is ruling the world just now, and he has his knife in the Empire of the Tzar,

      — John Buchan, 1915

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      • I’m going to answer all your repetitive moron-poasting with that quote from now on, porcine one.

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      • It’s fine Massa Ironsides.

        One learns a new one every day.

        didn’t know ((kabbalists)) can work their ((magik)) BACKWARDS in time (1914-1792).

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      • A PRESBYTERIAN member of Empyr’s Alphabet Soup, penning an expose on how krauts are simply svengallied by Zhyds. No agenda here, Sir. None; whatsoever.

        well, better keep my easthajnalian untermensch piehole shut, or Massa “Hypocrite Puritan” Mosby shall taunt me again!

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      • Two replies. Got under your skin with that one, eh? 😉

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      • oink was always more concerned with the dead Puritan hiding under his bed than the live can-only-bring-myself-to-use-two-parens-go-figger (((puppetmaster))) currently rubbing his mitts over the gummint, (((MSM))) and banks.

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      • Massa Ironsides,

        It was interesting reading on the guy for a bit; until I realized he was just a limey presbyterian spook-propagandist; who (I’m Shocked, Shocked!) renounced the error of his ways once putridans & limeys decided that they like Zhyds now (cathcucks Disney embarrassing three lil’ pigs faux-pass and walk-back comes to mind).

        truly, another reminder that the depravity of the putridan knows no bounds

        thank you

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    • This is an English speaking board , you handrubbing gypsy kike faggot.

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  19. I am sick of this wall fetish. There is no defense-in-depth if rank-and-file men can’t hurt or worse to defend their way of life. Men not dangerous do not deserve anything. You know it, CH. A nation is people not land. Weak people = weak nation -> extermination. Constantinople had walls. The Arabs and Ottomans had unfettered aggression.

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    • So we should shed our skin, then?

      if our cells are not strong enough to fight the bacteria, they don’t deserve to live?

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      • nonsequitor, are you trolling?

        Yes, that’s exactly right. What did you learn from biology class? Why does game work the way it does? You metaphor is wrong. This is cells vs. cells or bacteria vs. bacteria. What perversion of a cell should be preserved? Cleansing fire, cleaning house, the culling, call it what you will one day but embrace the truth.

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    • I’ll agree that “weak people = weak nation -> extermination”

      But the Byzantines held out for centuries behind a big beautiful wall retahd. Just because they eventually fell under sustained pressure and erosion of civilizational strength doesn’t mean it was not a good idea to have it.

      Vienna held out against the Turks behind a lovely wall and that is why we have Mozart and Viennese waltz instead of more burkhas and chanting.

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      • The sooner weakness and corruption dies the sooner something better comes along. We will never know what strength might have blossomed in Byzantium if the leadership would have been purged by failure. However, important artifacts of Western history were preserved long enough to reseed the West, which through absolute failure was forced to become awesome again. I have my doubts about Slavs doing anything notable other than resisting change. Is the White East ever going to be great? Go over to Goodbye America and ask yourself what is worth saving wholesale? I’d rather we risk absolute failure and gain the absolutely free pimp hand. You would aspire to greatness under those circumstances.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:12 pm Carlos Danger

        Byzantium had a professional and very effective army until its demise. It was generally undermanned and fought well above its size for most the Eastern Roman empire’s history. It was only the royalty and senior bureaucracy that was corrupt and venal (but not always) and in fact its bureaucracy kept the state running fairly well even as many of the emperors became ineffective. The Theodosian Wall system was the worlds finest until it met up with Turkish bombards. It was a series of walls and defensive sectors between walls in depth and the walls were huge by the day’s standards.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 12:15 pm Carlos Danger

        RD, your comment shows deep ignorance of Slavic culture. They have already made enormous contributions to Western Culture. Pick up and read one of Tolstoy’s works and tell me again he is a philistine with a straight face.

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      • Carlos, I am ignorant about Slavic history and culture, and African too. 🙂 What I am not ignorant about is the results. They are plain to see. Muzzies are not great simply because the West is now pathetic. Slavic peoples will have to be better producers to do anything great by real white man standards. Maybe Slavs will, but they haven’t yet.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:19 pm Carlos Danger

        Doug, go to Prague, Karlsbad, Bratislava, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Krakow, Warsaw and then get back to me. Listen to the Liturgy of Saint John Crystotum, Swan Lake, etc. Read anything by Tolstoy, especially War and Peace, Gogol, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Bloch, Lermontov. Visit the Hermitage art museum in Saint Petersburg. It rivals the Louvre and the Prado. Eat Ukrainian or Russian high cuisine. Everything ugly in Eastern Europe was created by the Bolsheviks. We have absolutely zero cities that can compete in any way with the cities I just listed. New York is a dumpy, overpriced 3rd rate attempt to be Europe and that is about as good as it gets. We in the US are the uncultured ones. I really don’t know where you get that prejudice.

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      • on January 7, 2019 at 2:24 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        The Byzantines, who fell in 1453, lasted more than a thousand years longer than their Rome brethren to the west. They had the bad historical luck of facing an enemy who was barbaric, and hence strong. Comfortable living was what made Constantinople (Byzantion) weaker than it should’ve been. Ask Adolf about the effect of good (strong) will on a man, or men, or fighting force. He’d put it at the top, at the primary fighting level. So there!

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      • Gregor Mendel? So many russian composers, dostoyevsky…Tesla, i mean df, you can’t shit on slavs with Tesla out there…the guy who invented fuckin electricity…one of the top 5 inventions in the history of man, on the short list with fuckin FIRE and the wheel?

        yeah they cannot equal france or britain but they produced fuckall more than portugal or spain in terms of post-empire science

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      • Thanks, trev.I’m sure Telsa would have thrived with all the fucktard Slavs back home too. By your argument black women are great business executives. I mean just look at Oprah Winfrey.

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    • Truth.

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    • Well, in actuality, I support a Wall at the Panama canal. Flush everything brown south of it and found a couple more Aryan countries in the reclaimed space to give all of us a bit more elbow room.

      Dang, did I just say that out loud?

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    • overthinking and over analyzing ad usual Doug

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      • It is clear to me now that Ted is a troll. His purpose is only to sow discord on the sly. Weak game, teddy, weak game. My used condoms have more intelligence than you.

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      • Doug you’re too smart for this. Pull your head out of your ass. Your fine analysis is irrelevant now. Everybody understands the situation.

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  20. Whites have rights too.

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  21. “But walls don’t work”

    Oh they do. They work very well

    Yes, just ask Erich Honecker. He gave us the design, we just have to flip it around, facing other direction. *I’m being serious here, not sarcastic.)

    Shitlibs will howl about totalitarianism–which is ironic considering that they’re ideological allies of Honecker–but if it’s facing the other direction, designed to keep people out rather than in, the analogy breaks down there.

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  22. How would you feel about a border wall if we built it on Mexico’s southern border? Not so good right? Too many of the wrong people would be on “our” side of that wall.

    Our elites don’t see much value behind a border wall because as far as they are concerned we the unwashed masses of goys would be on the wrong side of that wall already. They want to build the wall in places where only they are behind it.

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    • we also need to serve the market and that means exponential growth

      this really is just a math problem tainted by jew hate

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    • only if Mexico is annexed and subdivided into new states and English is made the language of the land.

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  23. Stacks of brown bodies make effect walls.

    We should try that.

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    • “effective”

      dammit.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 11:52 am Elmer T. Jones

      The Aztecs had that down to a science.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 7:03 pm Lord of the Gulf Stream

      Heads on pikes work great.

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      • Yeah, but then there is the stench that carries on for miles on indiscriminant winds. Anyone that lives near there is gonna have to breathe that stuff. Post WW2, churches and monasteries had to cremate battlefield corpses and found very creative ways in incorporating cleaned bones for architectural purposes. Just sayin’.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 7:27 pm Corinth Arkadin

      “I used to kill slopes like you in Korea…stack up ’em up five feet high, use ’em for sandbags.”

      Our lawn.

      GET OFF IT.

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  24. on January 7, 2019 at 11:52 am Elmer T. Jones

    Not just walls but the private security dicks that go along with them.

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    • on January 7, 2019 at 2:38 pm Captain Obvious

      With fully automatic 50-caliber machine guns, and a turret [about 75 to 125 feet in the air] which can withstand the “torque” from that gun firing all day long.

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  25. “…but those seventies and eighties developments exist to be bulldozed, right? No sidewalks, no schools, no nothing. Don’t have their own police force — no immigration control — undesirables can walk right in without being frisked or even harassed. Now a Burbclave, that’s the place to live. A city-state with its own constitution, a border, laws, cops, everything.”

    ‘Snow Crash,’ 1994(?), Neal Stephenson.

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  26. on January 7, 2019 at 12:40 pm Carlos Danger

    I couldn’t resist…

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  27. on January 7, 2019 at 12:59 pm Omnidempotent

    This is the same reason our predecessors built castles with high walls and moats: to keep the muslim invaders from destroying their homes. If medieval kings could have built walls around their entire kingdoms, I’m sure they would have.

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    • The castle also had strategic value as a force multiplier. You can have a relatively small band of mounted guys in a castle and they’re capable of launching hit-and-run raids on any invading force within approximately 10 miles and still get back to the fortress before dark, provided they know the territory.

      So, an invader has the choice between leaving detachments to keep the castles bottled up (reducing their force), or pushing ahead and being subject to constant raids and spoiling attacks.

      In a way, a castellated frontier was an interrupted wall.

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  28. Attacked from all sides.

    – Wave of undocumented Africans arrive in Mexico –

    https://themazatlanpost.com/2019/01/06/wave-of-undocumented-africans-arrive-in-mexico/

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  29. Whats that itch ?

    – Super-gonorrhoea EPIDEMIC? Shock rise sparks warnings of STI’s antibiotic resistance –

    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/751802/super-gonorrhoea-uk-epidemic-sti-std-antibiotic-resistant

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  30. Tune In

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  31. The gaslighting on “walls don’t work” is still going on, but subdued.

    I’ve noticed that the Left’s control of the Megaphone involves BIg Lie stuff–constant repetition to subdue us. I would suggest that we need to keep repeating the truth, however annoyingly, however gamma-like, to stop it.

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    • Upon arriving in paradise, my new neighbors asked where I was from, I responded with a major metropolitan location. Neighbors wife’s response was “you’re not one of those [email protected] liberals, are you?”, not missing a beat I said “no, I have a brain”. We got along great after that.

      I also took the time to redpill my travel partner. It was refreshing to see she had some of the dots but hadn’t connected them. Alls I had to do is plant the seed and the beanstalk literally grew overnight.

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  32. Every foot of The Great Trumpian Wall should be inscribed with ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’.

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  33. God did not put a wall around Eden… but then he had an Angel with a flaming sword; if only we had one of those, we could perhaps dispense with walls.

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