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因此,欢迎来到2021年! 如果上周有任何迹象,那将是令人振奋的一年。 GloboCap会在这一年提醒所有实际负责的人,并在世界范围内恢复“正常”,或者至少尝试恢复“正常”,“新正常”或“大正常重置”, ”或“新的打击家庭恐怖主义的正常战争”……或他们最终决定称呼它的任何东西。

无论如何,无论他们叫什么,GloboCap都可以完成抓斗游戏。 在过去的四年中,他们一直与所有这种“民粹主义”恶意事件有关。 是的,没错,聚会结束了,你们是俄罗斯支持的白人至上主义恐怖分子! 您是热爱特朗普,反面具的祖母杀手! 你们是反骗局,选举欺诈共谋理论家! 那些拒绝遵守命令,戴上该死的面具,投票给他们告诉谁的人,并相信他们倾倒在脑海中的任何完全荒谬的官方宣传!

哦,是的,您这次确实做到了! 您冲进了该死的美国国会大厦。 您和您的种族主义者,俄罗斯支持的 戴着半裸演员的野牛帽 曾经与GloboCap的原始力量混为一谈,现在,靠着上帝,你会赎罪! 不,不要试图将犯罪减少到最低限度。 您未经允许进入了建筑物! 美国模拟民主的建筑物! 您在那儿挥舞着愚蠢的旗帜! 您进入了会议厅,进入了人民办公室! 你们其中一位 将肮脏的民粹主义者的脚放在佩洛西的桌子上 …在她的桌子上! 这种侵略是无法忍受的!

好的,在继续撰写本文之前,我需要向我的普通读者解释(如果还不清楚的话),我已经决定放弃我曾经写过的每一个字,以及我的所有原则,以及以我的常识,并与其余的左派和自由派老友一起,参加他们目前不知不觉地沉迷于网上的仇恨和暴行。

是的,我意识到这令人震惊,但我已经看到了GloboCap在墙上书写的内容,而且我不想……您知道, 在思想上被“清洗”, 或被指控为“极端主义,“ 要么 ”暴动主义,“ 要么 ”国内恐怖主义,“ 要么 ”民粹主义,“ 管他呢。 我已经有足够的麻烦了,因为不与他们的“世界末日瘟疫”,无论我是什么,我当然都不是烈士,而且我有艺术领域的职业要考虑,所以我决定听从我内心的胆小鬼,并加入追赶鹅的全球资本主义暴民,这就是为什么专栏听起来有点不合时宜。

回想过去,在我conversion依之前,我会以我的自由派朋友为开玩笑,称这种对国会大厦的“暴风雨”为“政变”或“暴动”,并要求将抗议者起诉为“国内恐怖分子。” 我可能会骂他们一点,因为他们上网并散布他们的仇恨。 没有武装的女人被警察开枪打死 像一堆没有灵魂的极权主义的jack狼。 我什至可能提到了那个臭名昭著的场景 “辛德勒的名单” 犹太人被纳粹分子赶向贫民窟,在那里,“正常”德国公民的人群都欢笑和嘲笑。

但是,既然我已经看到了光明,我就会知道那会是多么的坏与错。 显然,在美国国会大厦内闯入是一种犯罪,应判处死刑。 而且,在纳粹时代将当代美国的自由主义者与“好德国人”进行比较是如此残酷,以至于……好吧,它应该受到审查。 所以,好事情我决定不这样做! 加, 这个女人是一个“虔诚的阴谋理论家”, 所以她得到了应得的,对吗? (“玩愚蠢的游戏,赢得愚蠢的奖品” 我相信这是官方的自由主义者shibboleth。)

实际上(我希望我的自由派朋友仍在读这篇文章),警察应该对他们全部开枪! 所有这些由俄罗斯支持的纳粹起义者都应该当场被枪杀,最好是肌肉发达的公司雇佣军和中型狙击手乘坐黑鹰直升飞机上带有Facebook和Twitter大徽标的狙击手! 实际上,任何闯入国会大厦(如大教堂)或戴着MAGA帽子参加抗议活动的人都应被联邦当局追捕,被指控为“国内白人至上主义恐怖分子”,青蛙游行。进入Black Lives Matter Plaza,然后面对面直播电视,让每个人都可以像观看电视一样在屏幕上观看和鸣叫 仇恨两分钟 in 1984。 那会教这些“叛乱分子”一堂课!

或者他们可以在这些公司品牌的体育场之一中射击他们! 我们可以使其成为每周一次的电视转播活动。 并不是像特朗普支持的“国内恐怖分子”那样短缺。 他们每周可以使用一个不同的体育场,用巨大的“ New Normal”横幅装饰这个地方,播放音乐,发表演讲,整个九码。 当然,每个人都必须戴口罩,并严格遵守与社会保持距离。 人们可以带孩子们,度过一天。

到目前为止,左派和自由派朋友我现在怎么样? 不? 还不够狂热和可恨吗?

好的,那么要说服您我改变了主意,正确地对待新的极权主义,又将完全接受什么呢? 王牌? 当然可以,我可以做特朗普。 我讨厌他! 他是希特勒! 他是俄罗斯希特勒! 他是俄罗斯白人至上主义者希特勒! 是的,我知道过去四年来我一直在指出他实际上不是希特勒,也不是俄罗斯特工,而且他实际上只是和他一直以来一样荒谬,自恋的屁股小丑,但我错了。 他绝对是希特勒,是俄罗斯特工! 如果没有普京的一个强大盟友,他当然不仅仅是可怜的老混蛋,如果普京破坏地图上的每个蓝色州,他就不会发动真正的政变。

不,我害怕自己的威力。 没关系,他只是被禁止 Facebook, Twitter其他众多公司平台自宣誓就职之日起,就受到公司媒体,国际政治机构,情报机构以及GloboCap其余人员的愚弄。 忘记了一个事实,尽管他手里握着小小的核发射代码,是美军总司令,但他挑战撤离的最大努力是提起无望的诉讼,然后坐在椭圆形办公室里吃芝士汉堡和推特推到深夜。 不,这都不意味着什么,不是在他仍然有能力“压制”数十名愤怒的美国人进行猛烈进攻时(或从容地走)进入国会大厦,并坐在副主席的椅子上拍照!

看,关键是,我讨厌他。 我讨厌他的支持者。 我恨每个不恨他和他的支持者的人。 我讨厌每个不会戴口罩的人。 我讨厌共和党人。 我讨厌俄国人。 我讨厌每个不会接种疫苗的人。 我的天啊,我讨厌他们! 我充满了仇恨和漫不经心的愤怒,这使我发疯。 我被自以为是的仇恨,宣传和虚假的歇斯底里所吸引,如果雷切尔·马多(Rachel Maddow)或克里斯·海斯(Chris Hayes)或其他人告诉我,现在是时候将他们全部包围了,这些“家庭恐怖分子”,这些“叛乱分子,这些“阴谋论者”,这些“反面具极端主义者”(以及其他任何不听从我们的人),然后将它们放在火车上并送去扎营,我可能会同意的。

自由主义者,我最近好吗? 我回到俱乐部了吗? 因为,我明白了。 我发誓! 我治好了! 赞美神! 我准备投入并尽我所能。 我相信GloboCap的最终胜利! 如果我们的领导者每天命令我XNUMX、XNUMX或XNUMX个小时,并愿意为GloboCap的胜利全力以赴,我愿意工作。 我已准备好进行全面的意识形态战争……比我什至无法想象的,一场更全面,更彻底的意识形态战争!

当然,我们想象中的敌人是强大的(这场战争可能会永远持续下去……或者至少会持续到全球资本主义终结),但是用我们最大的自由派英雄乔治·W·布什的话来说,“继续吧!”

CJ Hopkins是一位屡获殊荣的美国编剧,小说家和政治讽刺作家,总部设在柏林。 他的剧本由Bloomsbury Publishing和Broadway Play Publishing,Inc.发行。他的反乌托邦小说, 23区,由Snoggsworthy,Swaine&Cormorant出版。 他的第一卷和第二卷 同意工厂论文 由Amalgamated Content,Inc.的全资子公司Consent Factory Publishing出版。可以通过以下方式与他联系: cjhopkins.com or acceptantfactory.org.

 
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  1. A Texan 说:

    我想我们会在接下来的几天里看到。 左派表明自己很胆小。 如果它们如此安全,为什么还要凶恶?

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    现在您可能会问:“为什么特朗普还没有逮捕任何人? 为什么这要一直到国会去呢?” 原因有很多:首先,特朗普坚持奉行法治和宪法。 他给每个人,无论多么肮脏,都有机会做正确的事情(有时会发出警告,例如最近与佐治亚州国务卿打来的电话)。 他通过法院审理案件,向立法机关提供证据,甚至告诉副总统做正确的事。 但是由于便士和国会的背叛,叛国罪现在已经完成,没有人可以说特朗普不允许在行动之前完成这一程序。 其次,为了排干沼泽,您必须知道谁是沼泽生物。 他们可以很好地与人群融为一体。 但是国会大厦中的错误事件揭示了最终的叛徒,无论他们是哪个党派,他们都是谁。 特朗普将他们冲洗得躲藏起来。

    我需要花点时间谈一下便士。 由于叛国罪的完成,你们中的许多人可能都不知道他在国会大厦臭名昭著的一天之前的交往和政治姿态。 便士已经在2016年大选季节转机,并与……等着……保罗·瑞安(Paul Ryan)。 还记得瑞安吗? 房子的RINO扬声器? 查看最近发现的这些电子邮件:

    https://nyegop.org/2021/01/08/a-letter-from-the-chairman/?v=7516fd43adaa

    • 同意: Protogonus, Afterthought
    • 回复: @Sue Dunham
    , @Wally
    , @Bite Moi
  2. … or whatever they eventually decide to call it.

    他们将其称为“建立更好的房屋的开始!” 这将是一项长期计划,将有一系列的五年计划,首先要确保红县美国人提供必要的食物,以使蓝县美国人留在胖城,即使红县美国人必须饿了。

    问:既然杜比亚总统已经宣布美国为香蕉共和国或类似的国家,美国何时开始轰炸它?

  3. Cowboy 说:

    The building where America simulates democracy!

    I thought the demonrats hated the electoral college? It so difficult to keep up with which side hates what these days.

    • 同意: Biff
  4. 我仍在等待有关为何反锁定,反瓦克斯,反掩盖特朗普支持者为何在特朗普坐下来而州长和市长违反居民的第14修正案权利并封锁时没有采取任何行动的特朗普支持者支持特朗普的要求的解释,而特朗普要求获得立即接种疫苗,然后特朗普向由纳税人支付的学童发送口罩。

    特朗普的支持者在关于特朗普的一项评估中是正确的,即老警卫鄙视他。 作为新警卫的特朗普与老警卫一样都是暴君。 那不是民粹主义。 我不明白为什么人们在2020年投票支持特朗普。

    安德里亚·拉瓦尼(Andrea Iravani)

  5. @No Friend Of The Devil

    Probably because there was nobody else to vote for except a senile pedophile with dementia. The better question is why did they vote at all….

  6. @No Friend Of The Devil

    Andrea, I can explain to you why I voted for Trump — the first vote I’d cast in two decades and, very likely, the last ever. It’s not a particularly good reason, and I’m not especially proud of it.

    It is simply that, after four years of having the Goodthinkers everywhere assure me that I’m stupid, I’m a racist, I’m evil, I’m an anti-vaxxer and antimasker and covid-denier, I’m a skin cancer on the face of poor suffering Mother Gaia, it was a way of raising my middle finger to the Goodthinkers.

    我还有其他方法,而且我会使用它们。 我不时在我的未读博客上写文章。 我的投票只是我自己的一种自我表达。

    Your assessment of Trump: there’s not a word I’d disagree with. He’s as horrible as can be. I don’t expect to see much practical difference after Biden plants his Depends-clad bottom into the Big Chair, and after Schumer takes over the Senate from McConnell. Just explaining that in my case, and perhaps in many, what appears to be a Trump vote is actually just a tiny little FU.

    • 同意: Jus' Sayin'...
    • 回复: @Thomasina
    , @Sirius
    , @anonymous
  7. Zimriel 说:

    Yep. Still glad the globalists stole this one. Because they stole it from CJ Hopkins.

  8. Andrei 说:

    A key moment is soon coming. The moment when the vaccines are widely available. What will they do when only around 30-50% line up to take them willingly? Will they start punishing the rest or forcing them to take them? That’s when we will know whether this is just irrational collective fear of a relatively harmless virus (as opposed to the existential threat it’s presented as) or an evil conspiracy.

    • 回复: @zimriel
    , @TKK
  9. Realist 说:

    无论如何,无论他们叫什么,GloboCap都可以完成抓斗游戏。 在过去的四年中,他们一直与所有这种“民粹主义”恶意事件有关。 是的,没错,聚会结束了,你们是俄罗斯支持的白人至上主义恐怖分子! 您是热爱特朗普,反面具的祖母杀手! 你们是反骗局,选举欺诈共谋理论家! 那些拒绝遵守命令,戴上该死的面具,投票给他们告诉谁的人,并相信他们倾倒在脑海中的任何完全荒谬的官方宣传!

    The Deep State may get away with control of the stupid, insouciant, acquiescent American public, but the Chinese, Russians, and Iranians will not bow to Deep State wishes.

    The smart thing would be for all Americans to refuse military service.

    • 同意: nosquat loquat, Escher
    • 谢谢: Daniel Rich
  10. Curmudgeon 说:

    I might have even made a reference to that infamous scene in Schindler’s List where the crowd of “normal” German citizens all laugh and jeer as the Jews are marched away to the ghetto by the Nazi goons.

    I’m grateful you didn’t. That satire isn’t in the same league as yours.

  11. Stick 说:

    Jeepers, if they won this thing why not prove it by doing a bipartisan audit to unite us?

    • 同意: TKK
    • 回复: @Servant of Gla'aki
  12. Donald Trump is the cruelest, most cowardly, coldest, most awful human being I’ve ever known in my life. Second only to the pre-January 6th incarnation of yours truly.
    So please don’t send me to the camps-for-populists!

    • 哈哈: Bro43rd
  13. @Stick

    Jeepers, if they won this thing why not prove it by doing a bipartisan audit to unite us?

    This is a very excellent example of the sort of public policy trajectory likely to be proposed by White Supremacist insurrections who’ve gone through a course in Russian paratrooper & counterintelligence tactics ie. pretty near all of ’em.

    • 哈哈: Stick
  14. I’m afraid you have not gone far enough Mr. Hopkins. Sometime in the future you will be paying a visit to Room 101 in the Ministry of Love. When the Deep State is assured that you really, truly, honest to God believe that four fingers are really five then you will be allowed to join deplorables like me in Kamala’s gulag, tearing down un-PC statues of George Washington and similar racist scum and coloring by the numbers murals deifying national heroes like Trayvon Martin, Michael Michael Brown, and George Floyd.

  15. obwandiyag 说:

    Look, I of course more or less agree with Hopkins about Trump and the protest and liberal fascism and all the Russia bullshit and all. Of course he’s right.

    But try to understand how I have to, note I said have to, feel about the plague.

    Sure, I think there’s a good chance that it’s no worse than the 1957 flu.

    But the 1957 flu would have killed me, because I’m in 3 of the 4 hi-risk groups.

    So I am constrained by simple logic to be better safe than sorry. I believe this is Taleb’s statistical defense of masks. Skim over all the numbers and graphs and what do you get? “Better safe than sorry.”

    In other words, suppose mask-wearing isn’t worth anything. How much do I get hurt by wearing a mask? Especially when I don’t get out much anyway–even when there ain’t no plague? Not much. Not at all, in fact.

    On the other hand, if there is the tiniest chance that wearing a mask will keep me from getting something that could conceivably kill me, then I am wise to wear a mask. Just in case. Just simply on the small offchance that it might save my life.

    And then there’s the shot. I don’t wanna get no shot. Who wants to get a shot. Especially because they are all full of mercury and other evil crap.

    But the people around me will kill me if I don’t get the shot just as soon as it is my turn. If they don’t kill me with guns and knives and poison, they’ll kill me with bitching. I will do anything, anything, including risk my life, to make them shut the fuck up.

    You may laugh. Go ahead if you want. You think I don’t know that you will find my little narrative ludicrous? You think I don’t find it absurdly ludicrous? Work on your irony-identifying skills.

    But I bet I’m not the only one in my predicament. I’d like to hear from others in similar situations. I would also like to hear from people who have already got the shot. Why not use this forum for something instead of just for therapeutic ranting?

    So, tell me, did you get the shot? How do you feel? Anything else to report about it.

    感谢。

  16. In fact (and I hope my liberal friends are still reading this), the police should have shot the entire lot of them! All these Russian-backed Nazi insurrectionists should have been gunned down right there on the spot, preferably by muscle-bound corporate mercenaries and CIA snipers in Black Hawk helicopters with big Facebook and Twitter logos on them! Actually, anyone who trespassed in the Capitol Building (which is like a cathedral), or just came to the protest wearing a MAGA hat, should be hunted down by federal authorities, charged as a “domestic white-supremacist terrorist,” frog-marched out onto Black Lives Matter Plaza, and shot, in the face, live, on TV, so that everyone can watch and howl at their screens like the Two Minutes Hate in 1984

    I especially like the black hawk helicopters with the Twitter/Facebook logos. I’m certain one can find examples of satirical exaggeration circa mid-twentieth century, that is nothing more than everyday life today. And so shall it be with your passage above.

  17. obwandiyag 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    Don’t you get it? It was a protest vote. The majority of people who voted for Trump would have voted for Sanders, if given a chance. Set a real actual Emmett Kelly clown up for President next time around, and they’ll all vote for him. Anything, anything, rather than vote for the clowns they usually prop up on their hobby horses (like El Cid) for us. Anything.

    • 回复: @Thomasina
  18. Trump was a false flag to launch the War on Populism, just like Bin Laden was a false flag to launch the War on Terror/Islam. It’s a big reality show: https://www.veteranstoday.com/2021/01/10/trumperly/

    • 同意: Miville
    • 回复: @Miville
    , @PolarBear
  19. jsinton 说:

    What strikes me as funny is what happens after Trump is gone? To paraphrase Nixon, they won’t have Orange Man to kick around anymore. Their lives will be an open void. Multiply that with the Greatest Depression in history and Plandemic. Sometimes you must be careful what you wish for.

    • 同意: Stick, Wally
    • 回复: @Stick
    , @anon
    , @Wally
    , @Dave Bowman
  20. Stick 说:
    @jsinton

    Without their Love of Trump Hate they will have to deliver something to voters. Methinks all they will do is print another 30M voters via EO and make Mail In Voting the norm.

  21. @obwandiyag

    In other words, suppose mask-wearing isn’t worth anything. How much do I get hurt by wearing a mask? Especially when I don’t get out much anyway–even when there ain’t no plague? Not much. Not at all, in fact.

    On the other hand, if there is the tiniest chance that wearing a mask will keep me from getting something that could conceivably kill me, then I am wise to wear a mask. Just in case. Just simply on the small offchance that it might save my life.

    Sorry not to be addressing your questions — I’m not in a “similar situation” and I haven’t had the Almighty Jab, nor will I, short of a literal gun-to-the-head. I have a question for you, though. You make your own calculation of your risk, and you choose to wear a mask and, perhaps, mostly stay home. Fine — I respect your right and ability to choose these measures for yourself. I, on the other hand, assess the risk differently, and I go barefaced everywhere, and I don’t stay home; I live as normally as possible. If it’s up to you, do you require me to wear a mask?

    • 同意: Protogonus
    • 回复: @obwandiyag
    , @Daniel Rich
  22. Thomasina 说:
    @obwandiyag

    “The majority of people who voted for Trump would have voted for Sanders, if given the chance.”

    I doubt it. Sanders? You mean the chicken who couldn’t give up fast enough, who quickly turned around and endorsed Hillary? That guy?

    可笑

  23. Thomasina 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    “I don’t expect to see much practical difference after Biden plants his Depends-clad bottom into the Big Chair, and after Schumer takes over the Senate from McConnell.”

    How about war?

    • 回复: @Reactionary Utopian
  24. Thomasina 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    他们支持特朗普,因为他们知道他反对封锁,疫苗和口罩。 特朗普立即告诉了他们有关羟氯喹的信息,但是他被所谓的医学专家,大制药公司,媒体,他自己的政党,当然还有民主党人所毁。

    人们支持特朗普,因为他像他们一样:可悲的。 一个局外人。

    After being spied on by the Obama administration, his conversations leaked, his orders ignored, vilified 24/7 in the media, Russiagate, Ukrainegate, impeachment, the Covid hoax, cities looted and burned by the Antifa and BLM actors, an election stolen, you can still sit there and say “Trump was every bit as much of a tyrant as the old guard”?

    你有神经元开火吗?

    • 谢谢: The King is a Fink
    • 回复: @gsjackson
  25. @obwandiyag

    On the other hand, if there is the tiniest chance that wearing a mask will keep me from getting something that could conceivably kill me, then I am wise to wear a mask.

    Does the mask replace the Crucifix or Star of David or whatever religious talisman you adorn yourself with for protection, or do you wear them together?

    I would also like to hear from people who have already got the shot. Why not use this forum for something instead of just for therapeutic ranting?

    I don’t plan to get the shot, but you might ring up this nursing home and ask if they’ve lost any more than the 24 patients they’ve lost in the past few weeks, curiously correlated with the beginning of them vaccinating the at-risk old folks.

    Auburn, N.Y. – A Covid-19 outbreak at a Cayuga County nursing home that began two weeks ago has infected 137 residents, 24 of whom have died.
    ...

    The nursing home began vaccinating residents Dec. 22. So far 193 residents, or 80%, and 113 employees, or less than half the staff, have been vaccinated. The nursing home plans to do more vaccinations Jan. 12.

    来源: https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus/2021/01/covid-19-outbreak-at-auburn-nursing-home-infects-137-residents-kills-24.html

    There is, of course, no “evidence” linking the shots to the deaths.

    • 回复: @Adam Smith
  26. lloyd 说: • 您的网站

    My Chinese wife said to me this morning. “Trump is a fool,” I asked why. She said, ” He has all that money and he goes into politics.” That is the normal mainland Chinese perspective. I said, “You may be right. But he did because he was unhappy about the condition of his country.” He would not make the identification. But the original Communist leaders such as Lenin and Castro were also from wealthy privileged families. Trumps problem is. He is an old liberal Democrat. He was at first a registered New York Democrat. He is JFK’child, metaphorically, without the bullet.

    • 回复: @Druid
  27. anon[394]• 免责声明 说:
    @jsinton

    What strikes me as funny is what happens after Trump is gone? To paraphrase Nixon, they won’t have Orange Man to kick around anymore.

    想要打赌吗?

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

    • 回复: @jsinton
  28. @Thomasina

    “How about war? ”

    You may very well be right. It could be that the Dems will send our tranny armies against some perceived pushover that hasn’t been pushed over quite yet. I don’t think they will, but that might just be wishful thinking on my part.

    • 回复: @anon
  29. zimriel 说:
    @Andrei

    Take it from me – there will be no forcing.
    We’re sick of Unz paranoiacs; we don’t care if they get CoVID at this point. We just don’t want to spread it.

    • 巨魔: Druid, Alfred Muscaria
    • 回复: @Ugetit
  30. Yee 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Never understand the fuss about not wearing a mask. After all, you cover your bare ass without any medical necessarity, without a choice too. An bare ass doesn’t spray viruses to people within 3 feet of it, yet you’re required by law to cover it…

  31. anon[117]• 免责声明 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    It could be that the Dems will send our tranny armies against some perceived pushover that hasn’t been pushed over quite yet.

    With a cabinet full of Obama retreads including Vikky Nuland – who isn’t a tranny but looks like one – some kind of action in Syria or against Iran is pretty much baked in the cake. I’m sure that all the good Progtards will snap to attention and come up with reasons why, like Obama’s droning war, “it’s all good and different because 我们 doing it”.

    That will include Unz writers and poasters. Not just the Boomer retards like Ted Rall, either.

    • 回复: @Thomasina
    , @Sparkylyle92
  32. pogohere 说:
    @obwandiyag

    “Just in case. Just simply on the small offchance that it might save my life.”

    为了什么?

  33. obwandiyag 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    At least you sound reasonable. You apparently don’t know what the medical community is saying, though.

    If I wear a mask, it protects you, they say. If you wear a mask, it protects me, they say.

    This is what they say is the way it works. Maybe they are wrong. Maybe it’s all complete bullshit. But if there is just a smidgeon of a chance that you not wearing a mask might endanger my life, well, then, I am very sorry, but I would theoretically have to support you being forced to wear a mask.

    Not that this will ever happen. But just theoretically.

    You see, if you believe in freedom, then you believe in the freedom to be free from other people threatening your life. What good is “freedom,” yours or anyone else’s, if it kills you?

    Now, I know what you’ll say. You’ll say that masks don’t work. I would agree with you 50%. Maybe they work. Maybe they don’t. I have no idea. I am not an epidemiologist. Neither are you. And, unlike the armchair epidemiologists laying down the absolute truth of something no-one, and I mean no-one, understands, I proudly stand up and admit, “I do not know.”

    And since I don’t know if your not-wearing-a-mask is going to kill me, I would appreciate if you voluntarily wore a mask, just because better safe than sorry, and I would not oppose you being forced to wear a mask, because better safe than sorry.

    Don’t scream. Read it again. I am being perfectly reasonable, while at the same time trying to protect myself and my loved ones. Trying to protect yourself and your loved ones is not a crime against humanity. And protecting myself and my loved ones, at least at this juncture where nobody knows anything, entails others wearing masks, just as I and my loved ones must wear masks to protect them. Because better safe than sorry for all of us. Kind of a Golden Rule thing.

    In other words, if you want to endanger yourself, I have no problem with granting you the freedom to endanger yourself.

    But when your endangering yourself endangers me, then I definitely have a problem with it. And I am not saying that not wearing masks endangers anybody. I am saying I DON’T KNOW. And so therefore, I’ll say it again, a priori, inarguable wisdom of the ages, BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

  34. Sue Dunham 说:
    @A Texan

    我想我们会在接下来的几天里看到。 左派表明自己很胆小。 如果它们如此安全,为什么还要凶恶?

    同意。 发生的事情比目睹的更多。 人们很容易以为他们疯狂的恶毒是一种罪恶感。 但是,可能只是他们在展示自己的真实面孔。 他们是出于对权力的渴望,而阿林克西说,权力的渴望总是与利他主义,希望和温柔相伴。 但是假装的时间已经差不多了。 这些极权主义者在舔排骨,像巴甫洛夫犬一样被奴役。

    • 同意: Beavertales
  35. Thomasina 说:
    @anon

    “Some kind of action in Syria or against Iran is pretty much baked in the cake.”

    It’s a given and, yes, the progressives will be cheering them on. I feel so sorry for Assad, but at least he had some time without his country being bombed to smithereens.

  36. Thomasina 说:

    C.J. Hopkins – thanks for the excellent article. Very well written.

    • 同意: Alfred Muscaria
  37. E_Perez 说:

    Another boring article from Hopkins. As usual, obsessed with – and brainwashed by – Nazism, the kosher version of it.
    打哈欠。

    Making a fool of Goebbels makes nobody laugh anymore. The predictions of NS Germany 90 ago are our presence: (((They))) are destroying Aryan culture.

    And as usual, with all those trees, Hopkins doesnt see the forest in front of him: the total (ideological) war is already reality.

    • 同意: GeeBee, HeebHunter
    • 回复: @HeebHunter
  38. Levtraro 说:

    We don’t know what happened to Winston after he finally loved Big Brother, but many think he was spirited away and quietly taken out.

    • 回复: @Wielgus
  39. Wielgus 说:
    @Levtraro

    I think they shot him while his mind was still clean.

  40. Bro43rd 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    In 2016 I thought it was my chance to give the establishment a proverbial poke in the eye. I realized shortly though that I had been psy-opped and trump was a manchurian candidate of sorts. I also believe trump got psy-opped by the same establishment, he never got his card into the club. I’m probably going back to not voting in federal or state elections.

    • 回复: @Defcon
    , @Buck Ransom
  41. RoatanBill 说:
    @Thomasina

    Look at the bright side. If they attack Iran, then Russia will see this as the first step in their eventual invasion and take some action. The Iranians themselves aren’t pushovers. It will increase the US military’s casualty count and thus eliminate many of the morons that volunteer for military service. The US gene pool would benefit.

    • 回复: @Mustapha Mond
  42. Wielgus 说:
    @Yee

    Then how come mask wearing is not more normal in human societies? And when it exists, it often implies some stigmatisation or lower status of the wearer? For example, the niqab in much of the Muslim world. You can see a man’s face unimpeded, but a woman’s is dangerous.
    In fact until Covid police and the state were hostile to people wearing masks on demos. In Ireland for example if Irish Republicans wore them at funerals or commemorations, police would pull them down to check identities. In some places even wearing a mask was banned on the grounds that you were seeking to conceal your identity and this was a no-no.

    • 同意: Sue Dunham
    • 谢谢: gsjackson
    • 回复: @Levtraro
  43. Bro43rd 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Where does it end? Theoretically, there’s no action that one takes that doesn’t endanger others since we share this orb by default. I posit that if you fear the potential harm of breathing the shared air you can take measures to rectify that but that onus is on you. Your rights end at mine.

  44. lysias 说:
    @obwandiyag

    You admit that you don’t know if wearing a mask does anything to protect other people. Why not prohibit driving cars, since there is no doubt that cars endanger people?

    • 回复: @jsinton
    , @Fred777
  45. @obwandiyag

    At least you sound reasonable.

    我们稍后再谈。

    You apparently don’t know what the medical community is saying, though.

    No, I don’t know what “the medical community” is saying, and neither do you. Only the Goodthinking segment of the medical community is permitted to be heard. And, believe me, I know very, very well what they’re saying. How could I not? I haven’t been on the far side of the moon this past year … although that does sound kind of good. But back to what “the medical community is saying”:

    If I wear a mask, it protects you, they say. If you wear a mask, it protects me, they say.

    Ah, yes. The magic diode mask. Cooties go through one way, but not the other. Yes, I’ve heard it and heard it, but endlessly-repeated hearings don’t help it pass the laugh test. Here’s a suggestion: why don’t you just wear two masks? Wear the second (outer) one inside-out, assuming you can tell which side of the face diaper is supposed to be the “outside.” Then “my” mask is actually your outer mask, and it’s under your control. And I know you folks do like your control. A whole lot.

    You see, if you believe in freedom, then you believe in the freedom to be free from other people threatening your life.

    This is what they call a 不合逻辑的推论. Here, let’s extend it a bit further. If you believe in freedom, then you believe in the freedom to be free from other people hurting your feelings by saying or writing things you don’t like. If you believe in freedom, then you believe in the freedom to be free from politicians holding the gun to your head with one hand and reaching into your pocket with the other, and calling it “taxation.” Now, do you believe in freedom, or not?

    Don’t scream. Read it again.

    I thought you said I sounded “reasonable?” Gee … empty compliments.

    And protecting myself and my loved ones, at least at this juncture where nobody knows anything, entails others wearing masks, just as I and my loved ones must wear masks to protect them.

    Okay, no one knows anything, yet you somehow know that my wearing a mask protects you and your loved ones. How do you know that? Why do you imagine that a mere mask is sufficient? Why not all-over hazmat suits for all, with mandatory disinfecting showers once every five minutes? That might not be enough, either. In the overridingly-important task of keeping obwandiyag breathing for another year, why not require all persons (and animals, too — they say cats can carry it) to evacuate the territory within, say, 50 miles of obwandiyag’s location? I mean, 先验, inarguable wisdom of the ages, BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

    The real problem with the Mask is that it’s a token of compliance, conformity, cowardice, and submission. It gives our rulers a little tingle of pleasure to see every face muzzled, every frightened person clamoring for The Jab, every corner tavern and church … you know, the contexts in which people associate freely and treat each other as human beings, rather than sources of medical terror … shuttered. Don’t even get me started on the churches — they closed themselves, revealing themselves to be what they’ve really been all along. If this is how you want to live, well, go to it; it’s certainly easier to drift with the current than to swim against it. All I’d ask is that you think about it a little, and realize what you’re doing.

    • 谢谢: Rurik, Liza
  46. @obwandiyag

    I’ll take the jab only if it is a requirement to step outside my front door and to purchase the basic necessities of life. As far as travel goes I’ll wait and see how others fare. Of course, as a Russophile, I’d prefer the Sputnik vaccine, but I’m concerned that Putin is pushing for vaccine passports. I guess he cares more about the profits and the prestige of being the first than the truth about the virus and the best approach for dealing with it.

    With all these new mutations popping up in the UK, South Africa and God knows where next, one has to question if these first generation vaccines will be of much use in stopping the pandemic. From my readings, I gather that the vaccine for seasonal flu is a mixed vaccine, i.e. a mix of several vaccines, each for one of the strains of flu that they predict will be most likely the following season. These can fail if some new strain appears or one of the existing strains that they wrongly predict will not show up does in fact show up. My understanding is that such a vaccination programme is the result of many long term studies throughout the world, something we cannot possibly have with Covid-19 which has been with us for only one year. That everyone is rushing to get these Covid vaccines out so quickly is obviously because of the huge profits involved and their quest for a large market share with little consideration for the true science or the health of nations. Also, do they really know how long will the effect of these vaccines last before you’ll need another shot? Similarly, they claim that those who have had Covid-19 and got over it are somehow then immune to it but again for how long, if at all? So many questions but so few answers I can trust.

    • 回复: @Levtraro
    , @Stonehands
  47. jsinton 说:
    @anon

    Your point is valid, however we’re nowhere near 1984 world… yet. I think the pendulum has already swung too far to the Left, and they’ve managed to alarm many normally docile proles. Look for Dems to lose both sides of Congress in 22. Democrats will only harm themselves trying to impeach Trump at this point since it’s a dead end road. Next time they’ll get a Josh Hawley or a Matt Getz who won’t be such an easy mark in 24.

    • 回复: @anon
    , @Alfred Muscaria
  48. jsinton 说:
    @lysias

    Breathing polluted air causes lung cancer. So people will have to stop breathing air. Chlorinated tap water gives you intestinal cancer, so no more water, etc. Don’t walk on the street, you could get run over. And how many people have their lives ruined by love?

    • 回复: @Jiminy
  49. anon[255]• 免责声明 说:
    @jsinton

    Look for Dems to lose both sides of Congress in 22.

    The electoral paradigm in the US has shifted. Mail in ballots, provisional ballots, absentee ballots, all harvested by party operatives; suitcases full of extra ballots, shady voting machines, corrupt judges – this is the new normal. This was road-tested in 2018 and worked well in 2020.

    Look for the Dems to win every election they want for at least the next 10 years.

    • 同意: Fred777
    • 回复: @Reg Cæsar
  50. @anon

    I’m curious, why do you say she isn’t a tranny? She looks like one but I can’t find suitable images to decide.

  51. From my point of view, the sucker above with Ms. Obama, is possibly the worst president in U.S. history. Completely controlled by the Neo-Cons, he got who knows how many innocent people killed for a cause that is never quite spelled out or convincing. Then he topped off his disdain and insolence towards the American public by constantly saying the people in the country illegally, who criminal broke American law, “Do the jobs Americans don’t do”. I often wonder how young Americans whose future is looking dimmer all the time, can take this kind of CRAP.

  52. Miville 说:
    @Kevin Barrett

    Right, Trump is the American alt-right’s own Bin Laden, a master false flag bearer deployed to sell the necessity of heavy-duty counter-attack. But just after 9-11 and Irak intervention real Islam has been spreading anyway like wildfire. What you call in under false flags follows under real ones, that’s karma. Was there Islamic presence in the US before 9-11? Hell no, the main fear among Televangelists was that the US were to become progressively Hindus through New Age. Islam was a Black delinquents’ thing. From 9-11 onwards hinduism has melted away and Islam has been the religion of both most immigration from overseas, and of even far more conversions at home, while in Irak proper what arose as a result was ISIS and the Taliban have come out as clear victors of the US forces in three countries, not just Afghanistan. France is about to be militarily conquered and turned into an Islamic country, and that will not take place under false flags.

    Same thing with Trump. What comes behind are real Southern-style Klansmen, and now that the narrative of massive election fraud has been accepted, now that the Constitution has been trampled upon, now that democracy is a despicable word for both proud Globalists and sore Trumpists, the new real Klansmen will promise to deliver Americans from democracy and humanistic values. The elite know the law of karma and they put a real Black Muslim from Africa in charge of the country so as to pay in advance. They will put likewise a real white racist Klansman and the Stars and Bars he will fly over all buildings will not be false. The repression of the alt-right will be swift but short-lived, and hit very wrong targets (mostly Republican politicians refusing the gleichschaltung, and Televangelists known to have been the nucleus of the populist movement) while the new Klansmen will just present themselves as world-wide combatants against democracy and democratic values for the restoration of biological hierarchies, and be as numerous under the Dem’s purview as under the latter’s official adversaries.

    • 回复: @Too Long Didn't Read
  53. Michael888 说:

    I worry about CJ trying to pass as a Liberal toady. Much harder than it looks. Have to be careful not to laugh or even smile at inopportune times. I can imagine him surrounded by 50 Libs, pointing with open mouths emitting a weird low scream. Egas Moniz won the Nobel Prize for a simple procedure which will set him free!

  54. @Adam Smith

    Thanks. I guess it is a good thing these mRNA cocktails aren’t actually vaccines then ;

    • 同意: Adam Smith
  55. Michael888 说:
    @Adam Smith

    Will be interesting to see how the vaccines play out. There may be benefit for the elderly and the front line workers who interact with them. It seems really stupid to vaccinate children (not at risk) or those who have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past (immune). With all the administrators and politicians jumping the queue for vaccines, we have to hope there are no long-term rare, serious consequences. Coronavirus experts have noted that the body does not normally make high titers of antibodies to coronaviruses, and speculate there may be a reason behind this, such as similarities to myelin proteins which could result in serious autoimmune diseases.
    Reading through Pfizer’s trial results with 43,000+ participants, half placebo control, half vaccine, given in Covid-19 hotspots, only ten patients showed “serious” infections and none died. The median age of participants was 52, while the median age for Covid-19 deaths is 80 years old (Alzheimer’s is similar). Mild infections were observed more frequently in the placebo group, but several of us mused that perhaps the vaccine turned symptomatic patients into asymptomatic carriers (only the symptomatic were confirmed by PCR, by protocol). Since the CDC has recently noted that asymptomatic carriers are responsible for 60% of infections, let’s hope the vaccine is doing much, much more. One would think, looking at the no deaths in the Pfizer trial that Covid-19 is not a serious disease, at least in their study’s age groups. The trials ended in mid November so hopefully more, better results will come out soon (although why bother? Unlike AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer is making a nice profit on each shot!)

  56. @The Alarmist

    实际上是一个香蕉共和国,在这里您无法种出像样的香蕉-我们吉卜赛!

  57. History refresher on the lefties and their Capitol building protests:

    天气地下
    This Day in History: The 1971 Bombing of the U.S. Capitol
    1983 United States Senate bombing

    List of people pardoned by Bill Clinton
    ...
    Susan Lisa Rosenberg…charged with a role in the 1983 bombing of the United States Capitol Building

    琳达·埃文斯
    ...
    sentenced in 1990 to five years in prison for conspiracy and malicious destruction in connection with eight bombings including the 1983 United States Senate bombing
    ...
    她的 sentence was commuted in 2001 by President 比尔·克林顿

    比尔·艾尔斯

  58. 当然,这与意识形态无关。

    一方面,被亿万富翁犹太人青睐的百万富翁同性恋者构成“左派”的说法完全是个笑话。 Glob从工人,穷人和弱者的运动中劫持了左派的含义。 当前的“左派”仅仅是保护富人的品牌。 而那些将安提法称为“共产主义者”的人则没有抓住重点。 只是名义上的问题,就像今天的中国共产党从资本主义中发了财。
    Antifa本质上是由犹太人资助和由犹太法律人组成的组织,在与“极右派”交战时被称为“极左派”,当时它只是一群激进的犹太人,他们的街头卑鄙小人攻击仍在信奉白人的中产阶级和工人阶级在民族主义中。 富有的犹太人使用“共产主义者”来保护自己的财富和特权免受“法西斯主义者”的侵害。
    自以为是,“共产主义者”忙于与“法西斯主义者”作斗争,以至于无法绕过贪婪的资本家。 但是,Antifa到底是什么呢? 它的成员更多地是在共产主义而不是共产主义之中,而且只要大资本为全球同盟提供资金,资本家和“共产主义者”之间就存在共鸣。 (如果安提法是真正的共产主义者,那会知道古典马克思主义认为法西斯主义是资产阶级资产阶级保护自己免受共产主义侵害的工具。因此,没有自尊自大的共产主义者会捍卫资本家免受法西斯主义的侵害。他会认为法西斯主义者是法西斯主义的工具。但是,现在,我们有了反法西斯的“共产主义者”来保护资本家免受所谓的“法西斯主义者”,但是通过经典的马克思主义,那些用武力保护资本家的人就是“法西斯主义者”。 ,实际上是在保护超级富豪中扮演着经典的法西斯角色,但是,这与阶级的关系与种族无关,因为法西斯主义与反犹太主义有关,所以犹太资本家必须诉诸于使用“共产主义者”来扮演超人的角色。经典法西斯主义者反对那些被指控为“法西斯主义”的人。

    从头到尾称敌人为“左派”会带来如此多的好处。 它只给人一种印象,即超级富豪是一群社会主义者,当然,社会主义传统上一直与工人的权利联系在一起。

    如果有的话,爱国者和民粹主义者会更好地为自己采取“左派”。 国民左派。 爱国者左派。 爱国者社会。 当GloboCap是针对爱国者和民粹主义者的第一大压迫力量时,这真是令人尴尬的是,如此多的人大喊“共产主义者”和“社会主义者”。 即使是共产主义的东欧人,也比目前的一群戴着帽子的寡头更为民族主义和保守主义。

    当然,当前“左派”的最深层核心是犹太部落至上主义的超右派。 犹太人对意识形态的关注远不如对身份认同和偶像崇拜的关注。 犹太人将使用“右”和“左”来获得他们想要的东西。 因此,自由犹太复国主义者在民主党工作,而新保守派则在共和党工作,但在幕后,他们一起反对戈伊姆。 因此,只要美国由塑造话语的犹太人控制,美国就没有真正的意识形态。 意识形态适用于那些为愚蠢的事情争论的傻瓜,而犹太人扮演双方的角色以确保他们的部落权力。

    如果我们停止谈论意识形态,而更多地谈论偶像崇拜或“意识形态”,人们的观念可能会改变。 人们会意识到,对犹太人的崇拜,BLM和Globo-homo都构成了某些群体的优先偶像化,而牺牲了其他群体。 这不是关于普遍主义或平等,而是关于犹太人,黑人和同性恋者的特殊圣洁。 但是人们继续感到困惑,因为我们仍然谈论意识形态,左倾与右倾。 但这实际上是一场象征与偶像的战争。 “唤醒”感觉比您更圣洁,不是因为他们致力于一套一致的规则和价值观,而是因为他们相信自己对犹太人,黑人和同性恋者更加狂喜。 就是这样毕竟,他们对那些被大规模移民赶走的巴勒斯坦人和美洲印第安人的担忧在哪里? 这些“醒着的”傻瓜在其中只是象征意义而不是意义。 毕竟,他们会大声疾呼自己对土著人的关心程度。 然后,他们将继续介绍这些移民。 对他们真正重要的是,“土著”和“移民”具有护符咒语,就像说教理主义那样。 他们从来没有想到,大规模的移民消灭了美国和巴勒斯坦的土著,而这与另一个是对立的。

    每个人都需要指出当前“左派”的虚假之处。 毕竟,如果它是反至上主义者,它应该支持BDS反对犹太复国主义帝国主义和种族隔离,但是拜登,哈里斯和佩洛西等人都像特朗普和共和党一样热心支持以色列和犹太大国。 如果一个真正的意识形态统治着美国,那么犹太人将以同样的标准来判断。
    但是,同样的规则并不适用于所有人,某些群体凌驾于法律之上,并不受管辖其他群体的规则的约束。 因此,这全都与偶像崇拜有关,而不是意识形态。 这是一场偶像崇拜战争,我们必须崇拜犹太人,黑人和同性恋者的偶像,同时对白色和骄傲的东西进行偶像崇拜。

    我们在英国看到了同样的事情。 如果工党政府中的犹太人真正受到意识形态的束缚,他们将支持杰里米·科宾(Jeremy Corbyn)呼吁犹太人和巴勒斯坦人享有平等正义的呼吁。 但是,所谓的“左派”犹太人与保守党和犹太复国主义的犹太人结盟,攻击科尔宾并使他出任公职。

    具有讽刺意味的是,Corbyn和特朗普最终以同样的方式结束了选举,因为他们使犹太人不悦。 科尔宾的普遍主义原则确实冒犯了犹太人,甚至是所谓的“左派”犹太人。 即使特朗普吸食了犹太人和以色列人,他还是被带走了,因为他的民粹主义使犹太人想起了干草叉。 沮丧的犹太人,你输了。

    BLM与意识形态无关,而与偶像崇拜有关。 如果确实关心的是“黑人生命问题”,那么明智的做法就是告诉黑人停止杀死黑人。 但是,因为这实际上是关于崇拜黑人的偶像崇拜,所以它使完全无辜和神圣的黑人被仍然在他们心中的白人大规模地谋杀。

    庆祝鸡奸与任何意识形态有什么关系? 在由流行文化的虚荣和自恋所定义的文化中,这仅仅是同性虚荣的崇拜。

    让我们谈论偶像崇拜,而放弃意识形态的讨论。 下次,一些“左派”人士对平等持怀疑态度,问他或她为什么双方都支持犹太复国主义的种族灭绝种族,为什么在这个问题上保持沉默。 他们在人人享有平等正义的思想承诺上发生了什么?

    • 同意: Carlos22
    • 回复: @Robert Dolan
  59. That picture of Bush and Michael.

    “I’ll bet you’re the kind of guy that would f*** a person in the ass and not even have the goddam common courtesy to give him a reach-around. I’ll be watching you.”

  60. TKK 说:
    @Andrei

    I believe their stick will be:

    1) restricted travel : no COVID vaccine? no border crossings and no re- entry unless individuals are illegal immigrants

    2) restricted employment : no COVID vaccine? no admittance to courthouse, schools, medical offices, government offices

    3) financial beating with health care: no COVID vaccine ? no coverage for subsequent illness, as they package every malady under a COVID diagnosis

    • 同意: Achmed E. Newman
  61. TKK 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Get out in life and wear a mask.

    It is a miserable experience that causes the user to suck back in what your body wants to expel through respiration. Carbon dioxide.

    Did you know that the body expels broken down fat through the respiratory system? Some in urine, some in waste- most in exhaled breath.

    The paper mask that people use do absolutely nothing to prevent the nano particles of the virus transmission. It’s ridiculous, burdensome and 100% virtue signaling.

    If someone wanted to be absolutely protected from the transmission of the virus, first of all they would wear an N 95 mask. But the most important part would be to goggle up their eyes. Because one drop of the virus can enter your eyes easier than it can your mouth and your nose. Basically think hazmat suit.

    But what most people wear is a filthy mask or a cruddy bandanna tied around their mouth that is sopping wet with spit

    But the masks are everywhere now. As ubiquitous as the plastic bags that float on the wind. More garbage.

    This is going to sound like a jerk but you certainly don’t have a thin skin.

    *** If you want to understand the world you have to get out in it.***

    • 回复: @Anon
    , @Macumazahn
  62. American politics is a joke. The fawning eulogies are almost North-Korean level.

    TRIBUTE TO THE ‘GREAT AMERICAN PATRIOT’ SHELDON ADELSON



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  63. Druid 说:
    @lloyd

    Lenin was a leech, living on the largesse of others from the tribe.

    • 回复: @Sue Dunham
  64. Mr. Anon 说:

    Droll, Mr. Hopkins, very droll. Never be the first to stop clapping.

    Leftwingers like you and Glen Greenwald (and Nat Hentoff, back when he was still alive) remind me that the most important difference is not between leftwingers and rightwingers (among which I count myself), but between people who think that human beings are human beings and those who think that they are not.

  65. Dumbo 说:

    I laud Mr. Hopkins critical stance against Corona madness, but he should tone down a bit on the Nazi imagery. I am not a Nazi fan boy, but this is Hitlerum ad absurdum. Maybe this ie because he lives in Germany, where currently anyone slightly to the left of Trotsky or who says anything against immigration is called a “Nazi”, but let’s not promote this kind of ignorance. Actually, let’s forget Nazis, the Holocaust, the whole thing, just as we have mostly forgotten the Napoleonic wars, and focus on a better future for European people?

    On the other hand, this corona authoritarianism going on in Germany is really a little Nazi-like, oder? But we could also and with more reason call it commie-like.

  66. Wally 说:
    @A Texan

    It’s really going to be amusing watching the deranged lefties and laughable TDS sufferers after Trump is gone.

    提防,罗恩·恩兹(Ron Unz)。

  67. Reg Cæsar 说:
    @anon

    The electoral paradigm in the US has shifted. Mail in ballots, provisional ballots, absentee ballots, all harvested by party operatives; suitcases full of extra ballots, shady voting machines, corrupt judges – this is the new normal. This was road-tested in 2018 and worked well in 2020.

    Most legislatures as controlled by the GOP. They should be demanding– we should be demanding of them– European standards, which outlaw everything you mention, including voting machines, shady or clean.

    If these measures are not in place by November 2024– a number of these states unfortunately have Democratic governors who won’t sign the bills– then the legislatures can cancel the presidential vote in their states and exercise their right and authority to choose electors themselves.

    They would be fully justified in doing so, and would have half the electorate behind them.

    Oh, yes– and gerrymander like one’s life depends on it. Because it will!

    • 回复: @Peripatetic Itch
  68. sulu 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    我不明白为什么人们在2020年投票支持特朗普

    Because…………drumroll please…Biden suffers from obvious dementia and Kamala Harris sucked brown willie, ah excuse me I meant to say Willie Brown to get where she is. In other words Biden is a demented piece of shit and Kamala is your proto-typical incompetent female minority piece of brown shit that favors the posturepedic method of advancement so common to females of her ilk. Ok, got it now?

    苏鲁

    • 同意: John Johnson
    • 哈哈: FLgeezer
  69. Levtraro 说:
    @Wielgus

    Offtopic: Regarding the niqab, did you know that muslims believe that the niqab is not entirely needed if the woman has an unattractive face, but it is absolutely necessary if the woman is pretty? For them, ugliness can be exposed while beauty must remain concealed. Some cultural schism there.

    • 回复: @Anon
  70. Levtraro 说:
    @Commentator Mike

    That everyone is rushing to get these Covid vaccines out so quickly is obviously because of the huge profits involved and their quest for a large market share with little consideration for the true science or the health of nations.

    That is the motivation of pharma producers and it’s not the single factor driving the current policies. The motivation of statepeople is to get out of the pandemic in order to re-start harvesting taxes in full like they did before (the current harvest is meagre due to so many businesses going kaput). The motivation of professionals is to be able to travel again to meet with peers. And so on.

    Statepeople made a great deal out of their decision to start vaccinating the elderly and health services personnel. This is virtue signalling. They were telling you: we could start vaccinating the people that we need the most to recover tax revenue but we did not, we prioritized health over the economy.

  71. HeebHunter 说:

    How is your “anti extremism” working out for boomers like your, Mr.Hopkins?

    As it turns out, spitting on realndead heroes and defending the scumbag didn’t help any fence sitting “centrist” or “humanist”. All the Natzee this Nazi that bleating didn’t bring you any brownie.

    You are a truly deracinated boomer Ami. Muttmerica is lost, and Germany will always be swinging radical. No place for you. You might find the true Third World more suitable.

    Auf Nimmerwiedersehn!

  72. HeebHunter 说:
    @E_Perez

    Seriously, he is just another typical AMIKÄFER. Has been living in Berlin for a long time, so probably on some kind of welfare (in Berlin you HAVE TO, otherwise no Wohnung for you, unless you would like to pay 1000 euro a month for some shitty studio).

    One more semi literate boomer dead set in his way.

    • 同意: GeeBee
  73. Carlos22 说:

    那么,凯拉莉娅什么时候出现在这一切的歪曲中呢?

    • 回复: @Sue Dunham
  74. National Socialists drew analogies between germs and Jews. Medicine was politicized. Jews were pathogens on the healthy German body.

    Now, Jews used covid to subconsciously signal that the era of national-populism = diseased.

    Jews used the old nazi trick.

    ---------

    Nazis said Russia isn’t part of Europe but the Asiatic Other.

    Now, Jewish Narrative uses the same trope.

    https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/08/06/putin-ruling-russia-like-a-kazakhstan-kyrgyzstan-uzbekistan-tajikistan-belarus-central-asian-dictator/

    Jews are doing the nazi thing.

    • 回复: @SolontoCroesus
  75. Sirius 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    In that case, why didn’t you vote third party? The idea that third parties can’t win is self-defeating and needs to be overcome somehow. A general mobilization of voters could work.

    • 回复: @Reactionary Utopian
  76. anonymous[144]• 免责声明 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    我们需要更多像您这样的人。

    • 回复: @Reactionary Utopian
  77. cohen 说:

    The full 3 minutes version is more interesting. Available on Dailymail UK. I am glad more people are challenging this Rabbi who calls the Palestinians “animals” deserving to be caged.

    • 谢谢: Sue Dunham
    • 回复: @bojo
    , @silverstein
  78. Jiminy 说:
    @jsinton

    Or you are walking down the street, double masked, scared shitless that you’re going to get the dreaded lurgy, when a negro pounds your head in from behind with a brick.

    • 同意: TKK
    • 哈哈: Dave Bowman
  79. CJ霍普金斯一直问“希特勒在哪里?” 美国有数以百万计的希特勒,门格尔斯和戈贝尔,已经转移到了技术和AI时代。 这是最艰难的时期,最糟糕的时期融合成一个反乌托邦的幻象幻境,根本不适合任何生命的生存。 大多数人甚至不知道他们的宠物在用非人道协会植入的微芯片在监视他们。 显然,宠物受到它们的折磨,从而增加了对Wifi的暴露,但是只要它们能够从政府那里提取钱来研究将微芯片植入生物体内的效果,它就不会停止。 显然,微芯片植入物只能做间谍之类的事情,因为没有狗或猫在给吸尘器打扫卫生,洗碗,洗衣服,给孩子看书,或者除了狗和猫总是做的事情以外。

    安德里亚·拉瓦尼(Andrea Iravani)

  80. Anon[103]• 免责声明 说:
    @obwandiyag

    This has to be more satire. If not, what are you doing here?

    The mask blocks spit only in one direction?

    Are you retarded? Even a 3rd grader could prove otherwise.

    Think of a concrete wall. It’s the same material on both sides and it works in both directions.

    You must be a boomer.

  81. @The Alarmist

    Wait, I thought they left used to claim that Dubya was a Nazi. Even Hitler. When did he get promoted?

    Maybe we can arrange a trade. Since Mexicans want to live in America, why not let them all move in, and let the conservative Americans replace them in Mexico. In short order Mexico, a nation rich in natural resources and nice weather, would be a paradise, and the Mexicans living in America could use the social safety net as a hammock, while voting for Democrats. Seems like a win win.

    • 哈哈: John Johnson
  82. Defcon 说:
    @Bro43rd

    当特朗普的火车撞上哭墙时,我正在下车。 至少两年来我一直在说这次选举会被盗,只会被称为疯狂。 投票已经完全没有意义了,没关系,而且一直都是错觉。 我们可以对这篇文章大笑,但最重要的是,这些疯狂的极权主义共产主义者正在给我们贴上国内恐怖分子的标签。 腐败的联邦调查局正在围捕参加集会的人,但允许 BLM 和 antifa 烧毁城市。 我们发现自己在 1930 年的德国没有国家社会主义的选择,或者更糟糕的是 1917 年俄罗斯布尔什维克接管。 时钟在滴答作响。

    • 同意: Georgia
  83. aspnaz 说:
    @obwandiyag

    The trucks driving the food that you eat are killing people. The cars driving people to pick up your food from the supermarket are killing people. The electricity you use to type your message is killing people. The money in your pocket was gained by someone taking a risk: taking financial risks involve people dying. The deaths I mention are on the roads, in coal mines, on oil rigs, in manufacturing plants etc etc.

    Your very existence increases the risk of death for the rest of us. If you care so much, why haven’t you killed yourself?

    • 同意: Georgia
  84. bojo 说:

    The time has come for the red states to recognize who is giving them a “shaft” in disguise of so called liberals. The blacks have been manipulated by the Zionist for a long time and the black still dont recognize the big shaft. Sure enough the Zionist gave the blacks their leaders and some civil rights icons. Money, Money to selected few!

    I remember seeing “great talented” Oprah Winfrey shading crocodile tears in one of Auschwitz holocaust documentary. Why I am still trying to figure out?

    The Zionists dont mess around with blacks of Nation of Islam. Who are not part of Antifa or BLM. I never hear any criminal activites among this group of blacks. Contrary to that, they clean up their neighborhoods from drugs and other violent crimes.
    Why dont the “real” conservatives (not the Judeo-Christian preachers and their followers) make Nation of Islam their ally for counter balancing. These folks mean business when it comes to their integrity.

  85. @No Friend Of The Devil

    我不明白为什么人们在2020年投票支持特朗普。

    要成为座位填充者,请给我们多一点时间进行库存。

    橙色高尔夫球手对领导层有何影响 幻影威胁星球大战。

  86. cranc 说:

    Lefty Media Critic (e.g. CJ Hopkins) : ‘Politics is a farcical theatre of the absurd, a psychological war conducted by the rich and powerful, through media, public relations and culture to induce bewilderment and acquiesence in the masses. It is a veritable Consent Factory.’

    Thinker : ‘Yes, that is true

    LMC : ‘The essential formulation is one of narrative control. Populations live by a set of political myths, developed, maintained and re-enforced on a daily basis. Any critical thought about the veracity of these myths cannot be tollerated by the system, and dissent is silenced, BY LIBERALS ! The starting point for dissenters must surely then be to question, or to demand to be able to question any of the assumed political narratives which our press and our cultural messengers put forth.

    Thinker : ‘Seems about right from where I am standing“。

    LMC : ‘As a warning to you all about the power of perception management in the hands of centralised state power, I remind readers of the Nazi propaganda machine and how it led to the deaths of many millions of Jews, homosexuals and Gypsies in THE CAMPS“。

    Thinker : ‘你确定

    LMC : ‘You are evil, period. Nobody can legitimately question that. You don’t deserve a reply or a platform. Conversation over.

    • 谢谢: Mefobills, HeebHunter
    • 回复: @GeeBee
    , @Wally
    , @HeebHunter
  87. “OK, before I go any further with this essay, I need to explain to my regular readers (in case it wasn’t already clear) that I’ve decided to forswear every word I’ve ever written, and all my principles, and my common sense, and join the remainder of my old leftist and liberal friends in the orgy of online hate and outrage they are currently mindlessly indulging in.”

    Your former colleagues at synagogue would be thrilled to hear of your reformation… hallelujah!

  88. Xi-Jinping 说:
    @obwandiyag

    “Better safe than sorry”

    What a cowardly position.

    Will you say “better safe than sorry” when it comes to taking up arms or risking your life for a better cause or protection of your family? I think you will. As Aristotle wrote, heroism does not occur only in extreme moments but in your daily actions.

    • 回复: @Sparkon
  89. @Sirius

    In that case, why didn’t you vote third party?

    Uhhhh … which third party would that be?

    I hope you didn’t have in mind the one that offered us Jo Jorgensen and Spike Cohen.

    Really, I should just answer your question: Free Introduction is why I won’t be voting third-party. It’s also why I’m ashamed of indulging that middle-finger urge by voting Trump. I’m back on the wagon now — for real, this time! Promise! Cross my heart and hope to die!

    • 回复: @Sirius
  90. Trickster 说:

    Oh what a colossal fucking yawn. I think I am going to use my allotted 30 minute comedy break on UR to workout instead.

    Everyday its the same tired articles dealing with the same tired subjects and the same tired commentary.

    Who should do what, take back the country, act now, secede, Jews, Immigrants, Corona Virus, Niggers, blah blah and more blah. Its the same topics flogged again and again. It must be like taking a dump, someone eating your shit and in turn taking a poop but with a different lump form.

    I looked at todays 2 new articles and was BORED after the first few paragraphs.

    The Trickster is going to call it quits. Thanks to all the people who provided intelligent compliments during the time I was here. You know who you are, people like Alfred, Montefrio, Cowboy, Beulah Man, Peripathetic Itch, General Ripper, Temp Insanity and so many others too numerous to mention.

    And thanks to the others like Heebhunter (Amerimutts and Kikes), Mefobills (our illustrious global financial expert who knows fuck all about finance) , Biff the fake Chinaman and Chinaman the fake Biff, the Wizard of Oz who is anything but a Wizard and a few others I have long forgotten. I also appreciated your comments because although they were incredibly stupid they served to highlight the sensible readers here. As for the niggers like Bandiwag or whatever, well what can I say ?? Even cunts should have their day in the sun, no pun intended.

    To all the rest, if I have forgotten to mention you its because you were invisible ie your comments were not worth reading. To you, I say fuck off

    • 谢谢: Mike Tre
    • 哈哈: HeebHunter
    • 巨魔: TKK
  91. The Enemy is panicking because they lost the War of the Spirit, having their brothel of a capitol sacked by a people armed only with spirit.

    They saw in this a premonition of our ultimate victory.

    Their lashing out is impotent.

    Advance the line.

  92. @Hannah Katz

    I’m up for the change in weather …

    • 回复: @Jiminy
  93. Mike Tre 说:
    @Yee

    I suppose you see a lot more similarities between your own ass and your own face then most people see of theirs.

    • 哈哈: gsjackson
  94. Jaster 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Mate, have you been wearing a mask since the day you were born? Why not! You have been infecting people with the miriade of infectious deseases this whole time. I’d condone it if someone shoots you in the face…. because you’ve been actively putting MY GRANDMA at risk… a smidgen of a risk but – better safe than sorry!

  95. @Hannah Katz

    Since Mexicans want to live in America, why not let them all move in, and let the conservative Americans replace them in Mexico. In short order Mexico, a nation rich in natural resources and nice weather, would be a paradise, and the Mexicans living in America could use the social safety net as a hammock, while voting for Democrats. Seems like a win win.

    That thought has occurred to me more than once. Damn hot in the summer, but air-conditioning is a mature technology. I’ll bet Mexico could get to be a happenin’ place!

  96. Sparkon 说:
    @Xi-Jinping

    “Better safe than sorry”

    What a cowardly position.Will you say “better safe than sorry” when it comes to taking up arms or risking your life for a better cause or protection of your family?

    I 比如说 the first pillar of intelligence is discrimination – the ability to tell one thing, or situation, from another.

    I hope it’s not a shock for you, but one size does not fit all, nor is one course of action appropriate in all situations.

    Better safe than sorry. Don’t rush in. Be prepared. Check six. These tactics are tried and true, but each and every situation in life requires evaluation strictly on its own merits.

    For protection of our families, most sensible people lock their doors at night. Many have a back-up plan. Is that cowardly, or is it common sense?

    Is it cowardly to replace the air filter on your car, or to have screens on your doors and windows at home?

    Any protection is better than none.

    Previously, I provided some technical details on cotton face masks where I argue they are an effective barrier against SARS-CoV-2.

    https://www.unz.com/pcockburn/america-and-britain-are-the-big-losers-as-they-fail-to-control-covid/#comment-4303304

    • 回复: @Xi-Jinping
  97. Hillaire 说:

    The last shibboleth of the left.. ww2, did you notice how this old left wing pseudo satirist invokes godwins law to work through his own cognitive dissonance as they all do, repeating the proscribed by zionist kleptocrat mantras also used by those he mocks….

    The tatters of the so called left is more shredded than the so called right.. they have all been on this current trajectory since 1945, perhaps there will be showers that work in the new camps.

  98. @Yee

    “After all, you cover your bare ass without any medical necessarity, without a choice too. An bare ass doesn’t spray viruses to people within 3 feet of it, yet you’re required by law to cover it”

    Now it sounds like you’re just talking out of your ass. Maybe you want the rest of us to talk out of our asses.

    • 回复: @Yee
  99. Xi-Jinping 说:
    @Sparkon

    Sure preparation and not being hasty are good qualities when emploed in moderation and coupled with action. It is quite possible to use “preparation” and “not being hasty” as excuses to hide behind whilst being afraid of action. This is what the OP was doing.

  100. i will not be subjugated by half-wits or moollies. i’m ready for literal total war.

  101. Jiminy 说:

    I’m going out on a limb here, but I think I know what this summers block busters will be all about. The jews will be busy drawing up scripts right now. They were getting a bit stale. I was tiring of watching modern remakes of old classics, but they’ve got plenty of subject matter now to twist.

  102. Sue Dunham 说:
    @Druid

    So was Jesus, an “austere” man who did not reap what he sowed, because he sowed nothing. Like Paul, he depended on donations for sustenance, and told his followers to adopt the same lifestyle.

  103. rienzi 说:
    @Thomasina

    Attacking Syria or Iran essentially drags in Russia. Russia is the only country on earth that can totally obliterate us in an hour. Probably not the most intelligent course of action. Don’t poke the bear unless you have a damn good reason.

  104. Sue Dunham 说:
    @Carlos22

    当幽灵般的蓝光束计划开始,一群全息外星人降落到地球时,他们会说:“带我去你的希拉里·克林顿”,并加冕为银河系女王。

  105. Stonehands 说:
    @Commentator Mike

    “只有在需要走出我的前门并购买基本生活必需品的情况下,我才会接受刺戳……”

    您将使用相同的逻辑撤防。

    • 回复: @Commentator Mike
  106. Sue Dunham 说:
    @Trickster

    The Trickster is going to call it quits. Thanks to all the people who provided intelligent compliments during the time I was here.

    See you later, snowflake.

  107. Jiminy 说:
    @The Alarmist

    Just a bit disappointed with that weather report. It was actually a weather report. I don’t know why, but I thought it was going to be one of those where the lady slowly disrobes. Ah well, maybe next time.

    • 回复: @The Alarmist
  108. GeeBee 说:
    @cranc

    Delightfully mischievous and accurate. To Liberals, ‘tolerance’ is all about the enforcement of ‘Right-Think’ and the demonisation of ‘Wrong-Think’. The fact they cannot even see the inherent contradiction makes them as richly hilarious as they are deeply malefic and authoritarian.

    Hopkins is a prize specimen, needless to say.

  109. Sirius 说:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    I get what you’re saying. I think the only hope is to reform the whole voting process, with proportional representation. The chances of that are minuscule though. It would require a constitutional amendment, or possibly more than one to redesign the whole voting system.

    One thing that would be easier would be having run-off elections, which may not require a constitutional amendment. I believe some states already have them for state races. That way at least people could vote third party without feeling they were “wasting their vote”.

    Oh, and which third party? I saw Hawkins’ proposal to cut military spending by 80% and said, that’s the one, knowing he hadn’t an ice cube’s chance in hell to win, or even to get third place! That was my protest vote. I’m sure it did not an ounce of good, but it certainly felt better than supporting the 2 sell outs.

  110. @No Friend Of The Devil

    I voted for acceleration with Trump. Not sure why anyone thought the Democrats were the way to go, but my thinking has always been a bit odd. Hasn’t quite gone the way I imagine, but we’re still heading for a cliff at 120 mph. Plus the Donald had all the right people hating him. Gotta give him credit for that and our brief break from climate change taxes.

  111. @Thomasina

    Color flag revolutions in Poland and Hungary, and a redo of one in Belarus, seem to be in the Biden cake mix as well.

    • 回复: @Alfred Muscaria
  112. anon[148]• 免责声明 说:

    On January 21st, 2021, Donald Trump Jr. should announce his candidacy for president in 2024. That should ruffle some feathers.

    • 同意: TKK
  113. bojo 说:
    @cohen

    Rabbi Schumer with all his self proclaimed powers and bullying tactics felt helpless by an ordinary citizen. Bravo.

    The woman took care of his goons legally and assertively. Six feet distance as a reminder. This is the way to handle politicians.

    • 同意: Sue Dunham
  114. @jsinton

    “jsinton says:
    January 12, 2021 at 4:58 pm GMT • 1.0 days ago • 100 Words ↑
    @匿名
    Your point is valid, however we’re nowhere near 1984 world… yet. I think the pendulum has already swung too far to the Left, and they’ve managed to alarm many normally docile proles. Look for Dems to lose both sides of Congress in 22. ”

    I think they lost both sides of Congress in 20 but it clearly doesn’t matter.

  115. @Old and Grumpy

    “Jiminy says:
    GMT时间13年2021月4日,下午48:53•100分钟前•XNUMX个单词↑
    I’m going out on a limb here, but I think I know what this summers block busters will be all about. The jews will be busy drawing up scripts right now. They were getting a bit stale. I was tiring of watching modern remakes of old classics, but they’ve got plenty of subject matter now to twist.”

    Apparently Soros paid for Orbon to go to Oxford. It’s all fake and gay. A little populism for the masses. Totally (((occupied))) countries.

  116. Bill Jones 说:
    @The Alarmist

    when does the US start bombing it?

    Around about 9/11/01

    • 同意: Georgia
    • 哈哈: Sue Dunham
    • 回复: @Sue Dunham
  117. Wally 说:
    @jsinton

    说过:
    “What strikes me as funny is what happens after Trump is gone?”

    It will be entertaining, no doubt.

    But they still have 75-80 million Trump voters to go after, and the attack on Euro-whites, especially men, is sure to continue.

  118. Wally 说:
    @cranc

    “LMC : ‘As a warning to you all about the power of perception management in the hands of centralised state power, I remind readers of the Nazi propaganda machine and how it led to the deaths of many millions of Jews, homosexuals and Gypsies in THE CAMPS‘.”

    How embarrassingly stupid that is.

    There simply was no “the deaths of many millions of Jews, homosexuals and Gypsies in THE CAMPS‘”, as demonstrated repeatedly at this site and elsewhere.

    • 回复: @GeeBee
  119. Anon[264]• 免责声明 说:
    @Levtraro

    Regarding the niqab, did you know that muslims believe that the niqab is not entirely needed if the woman has an unattractive face, but it is absolutely necessary if the woman is pretty? For them, ugliness can be exposed while beauty must remain concealed. Some cultural schism there.

    The phenomena is simply a mature recognition of the fact that men tend to be weak simps in the face of beauty, and women left to their own devices tend to be hypergamous whores.

    Why white-knight for whores in a foreign culture – if their system works for them, what do you care?

    The only question I have is, ‘Why haven’t the muzzies made a ball gag mandatory equipment on their broads?’.

  120. @cohen

    Schumer is a bully only in the Senate. A few years ago on shuttle flight from Washington. DC. to New York when a flight attendant repeatedly asked him to get off his cell phone. He screamed and yelled calling her a bitch. That is Schumer all right. Start of David and sons.

  121. This is a fine column. Moreover, it aptly demonstrates why nothing one can invent is as funny as real life.

    证明?

    每日邮件: Jogger stopped by Covid marshal for ‘breathing heavily’

    And, as is perhaps needless to say: “council chiefs have today defended the decision.”

  122. anonymous[400]• 免责声明 说:

    The picture of Bush with Mrs Obama says it all. They’re all in the same club, merely negotiating who gets what. Trump was an outsider who had the entire spectrum of media, big tech, corporations and political class allied against him. He didn’t know what he was walking into. Populism for the deplorables is too dangerous to have it get stirred up hence the massive move towards totalitarianism. Now they have their new 9/11 pretext to mobilize against that part of the population before they become fully self aware and want their interests to be recognized. Trump was a very bad influence; he gave people ideas that now have to be removed.

  123. Wild Man 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Further to your comment – “If I wear a mask, it protects you, they say. If you wear a mask, it protects me, they say.”

    My limited understanding (as everyone’s is, given officialdom’s current not very good track record around providing the public with a cogent understanding of covid) of what the official narrative is around the efficacy of mask use, for covid protection, is that about 80% of the potential efficacy of masks is for protection of transmission, of the mask-wearer’s possibly diseased exhalations, from potentially reaching and sickening others. And perhaps 20%of the potential efficacy, for the opposite direction of transmission (protection the mask-wearer from potential sickness by way of inhalation of compromised air in your surroundings).

    [更多]

    Furthermore, though officialdom sees the potential efficacy of mask-use, in these terms (80%/20% potential efficacy – depending on the direction of transmission the mask may offer protection from), as well, officialdom has done a poor job of convincing the public in rational terms, that the mask mandate offers much efficacy (in either transmission direction). So, as far as we know now (given what we know, further to mask-experimentation-studies + comparison of covid virulence in jurisdictions that implemented mask mandates vs. those that did not), though perhaps there may be some nominal efficacy mask-wise, of which perhaps 80% of this nominal potential efficacy is in the exhalation direction.

    OK – if you are with me so far, ….. with respect to what benefit mask mandates may offer (not much, but with the proviso that whatever protection offered, about 80% is of the pro-social variety, blocking some exhalation potential transmission, and about 20% is of the pro-selfish variety, blocking potential inhalation transmission) ….. and are willing to agree that what I have outlined here, is a thinking person’s best guess as to the benefits offered by way of mask mandates, …. we then must weigh the costs, and then try to determine if the benefits are worth the costs.

    So what are the costs (not just for you, but for the entire populace)?

    Well, as you say, perhaps for you personally, and for your circumstance, the costs are low. But of course that doesn’t apply to everyone (or nearly anyone really). You said you personally are in a cohort whose circumstance aligns with 3 of 4 of heightened risk conditions. So I assume you are old. Do you have any grandchildren? Do you have any children who work in scenarios that requires employees to always wear a mask at work? Do you think there are any costs, mask-mandate-wise, borne by these other cohorts? Do you agree that children go through many developmental stages, and that being a highly social species, much of this development is for social skills? The development of these various social skills requires signals from the social environment, in order to activate portions of the developing individual’s genetic profile, in order to biologically attune said developing individual’s cognition towards optimal socialization. But what if there are entire cohorts of developing children, across all child and youth age groups, at various developmental stages (there are many windows of social development, as the child progresses towards adulthood, up to and including within the adolescence window), that go an entire year with very-sub-optimal exposure to the signals found within the social environment that determine this developmental gene activation?

    What are some of the most important signals found within the social environment that determine developmental gene activation? Perhaps exposure to the nuances of facial expression of others is an important signal found within the social environment that determines developmental gene activation? I for one would argue for that claim. Also, perhaps exposure to the nuance of clear verbal annunciation, among others within the social environment, is an important signal found within the social environment, that determines developmental gene activation. I for one would also argue for that claim.

    I would argue that exposure to both the nuance of facial expression of others, as well as the nuance of clear verbal annunciation by others, within the social environment, are probably very very important for developmental gene activation operations within the organism, ….. because of my own personal experience and personal bias. As I was growing up I noticed 2 things about by own interface, with my social environment, that bothered me, that informs this bias. First I noticed that I got annoyed when I was in a social group whereby there was one individual in the group that was unnecessarily wearing sunglasses. I noticed that I internally got annoyed because I couldn’t see the eyes of said person, but they could see mine, which I internally concluded was not a fair scenario, exchange-of-information-wise, and so I would start to infer some wonderment around motivations for the unnecessary sunglasses wearer, to wear sunglasses, so as to set up said unfair social dynamic. But, being a child, I was also sensitive as to how others reacted to said scenario, and what I noticed is that it is usually a social faux pas to offer a social comment on this. It turns out it is not cool to ask someone to remove their unnecessary sunglasses so that I could read their eyes (since they can read mine – this is only fair). So I also learned that when someone is attempting a power play this way …… the power-seeking can be seen but should not be called out. If you call it out, … it turns out the group thinks it is you that is attempting a selfish power grab, by calling out the power grabbers power grab. Interesting.

    The 2nd thing I noticed about my own interface with my social environment, while growing up, was that when the first niqab-wearers, entered the social environment in the west, in the 1970’s (by way of increased immigration from fundamentalist Muslim jurisdictions) ….. I was a teenager by then, but I noticed that internally, the same annoyance would build up. I noticed that, when such person was around (perhaps a woman in a store line that I would normally maybe chat with), ….. I would tend to instead internally discount them, as inconsequential to the social scene in question, because it is as if the motivation for said face covering was for said person to partially remove themselves from the social scene, because clearly, said person must realize it is not fair that I can’t see their face (excepting eyes), but they can see mine. It’s the same social-information-exchange imbalance. Socially, it is not fair play, as far as I can tell. What is the correct internal attitude to take towards those that do not play fair socially? The correct attitude is to discount them (i.e. – analogy-wise, it’s as if you were taking your ball home, and refusing to play, because the other party cheated). Now that is a lot of internal machinations that drove me to realize, back at that time as a teenager, that though I should try not discount that other person as such (more or less being a pro-social person myself), I was biologically predisposed to this discounting, in the moment, before executive-cogntive-function analysis has time to work. Also interesting.

    So ….. as I grew into adulthood I pondered as to why I would have these biological predispositions, to discount others, whom appeared not to be playing fair, in social settings, exchange-of-social-information-wise. I have concluded that it is because everybody has these biological predispositions. The issue is that everybody is walking around with these biological predispositions around sociability, yet no one wants to talk about it. People will go to great lengths to avoid the topic. If you bring it up, you will probably be shamed for bringing it up, even though that such shaming, in of itself, is also not fair, because any discussion that avoids part of the truth, in of itself, is a manipulative control measure.

    obwandiyag – Do you agree? Do you not get annoyed (perhaps without much self-awareness) when others purposely take measures to deprive you of social signals that they themselves are not deprived of, which perhaps you then go on to absolve yourself of owning said annoyance, by way of projection, by way of shaming others whom possess a bit more self-awareness perhaps, whom do own their own annoyance? Why else would you fail to consider that people whom don’t like the mask-wearing, may in fact be a hellava lot more pro-social than you?

    Look – anecdotally, I will give you my personal experience with the mask-wearing (I’m retired and live alone and so my exposure to the downside of mask-wearing is probably not that much different than yours): When mask-wearing became de rigeuer last spring, the first thing I noticed about the mask mandate, is that it is probably about 100x harder reading people’s ever-changing emotional/cognitive nuance, in real-time, when the facial cues normally available to read, have been removed. I realized that I possess the ability to obtain a tremendous amount of information about people’s ever-changing emotional/cognitive nuance, in real-time, by way of these facial cues. A momentary millisecond sideways glance, often, is all that is needed. Now, when faced with a mask-wearer, ….. a quick sideways glance isn’t gonna do it, a long glance isn’t gonna do it, wide-open staring isn’t going to do it. So … people try to express with their voices to overcome all this. Most people suck at that though (there are plenty of people around that are monotone pretty much for all their annunciation, and so may be nearly impossible to read based on voice tone alone). The voice tonal quality alone doesn’t work too well, without pairing with the facial expression signals. And furthermore, the masks also hamper the voice tonal quality (to the point that I often can’t actually catch everthing a mask wearer is saying, and often have to ask them to repeat what they just said).

    obwandiyag – it may seem like I am picking on you. Because I am implying that I have the preconditions of pro-socialibity ordered correctly, and you do not. So from where I stand, it looks like to me you are the selfish one with your attitude, and furthermore, that you probably possess low-self awareness, which probably informs your inaccurate ordering of the preconditions of pro-sociability, so as to blind you to the greater nuance necessary to untangle this cost/benefit analysis. Now, I hope you don’t take it too personally and get offended, and shut-down, or instead just mock me or something. Because the attitude of what you outlined in your comment, is very very common. I know tons of people that think about the cost/benefit analysis of mask-wearing, just like you (in an incomplete way, avoiding the existence of the social costs so as to cover for your own selfishness). I love alot of these people. I find it hard to tell them straight-out, that in my view they are the ones being overly selfish with this attitude, …. that this attitude visits great harm upon our greatest asset (our children), and that furthermore, it looks like to me, that the issue stems perhaps, from their personal cowardice (refusing self-awareness around these biological social facts whilst all the while pretending that others with a more more nuanced pro-social view, like myself, are actually the selfish ones). So I tend to have these conversations (very very sparingly), broached in terms of cultural generalities (i.e – I try not to make it personal), so as to avoid their feeling of being offended, whereby the tendency is maybe they would stop speaking to me for a few months (which avoidance of me is occurring anyways, despite me trying to broach the discussion in a general and therefore non-offensive way – jeez). So obwandiyag – I hope you don’t get your nose out of joint, with my forwardness (i.e. – I did make it personal here in this comment), …… because I want to know if you got any cogent counter arguments to what I just said here, that maybe I have failed to recognize myself, at this juncture. Because this whole mask mandate thing is ruining my relationships with many people, ….. and I would really like to fix that if I can. Maybe you could help me with that.

    Bottom line (for me), at this juncture: The harm associated with the mask mandate, if not soon withdrawn, is much higher than the benefits. But, the harm will be spread out over a much longer time period (over the entire lives of our children). Developmental delays around pro-sociability developmental operations, going on to produce sub-par adults, is the last thing we need at this point. The culture is being subverted at the level of genetic coding for developmental pro-sociability. This is a very very deep level of subversion. As such – extremely damaging, if left unchecked. I care about the future of humanity. Perhaps you don’t? Is that is what is going on here with your attitude?

    • 谢谢: Mike Tre
  124. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Adam Smith

    谢谢。
    I good reminder for people would be that the death and destruction caused by measles 100 years ago, was virtually non existent by the time measles vaccines were rolled out. Kids still get measles, even if vaccinated.
    Polio was virtually done with, and even Salk admitted the vaccine probably harmed more people than it helped. Shipping it off to Africa made a lot of money, but did little to help Africans.
    Vaccines are about \$\$\$\$\$\$\$\$\$ not health.

    • 同意: Adam Smith, Liza
  125. TKK 说:
    @Trickster

    BooHoo. Poor you.

    You are a bad joke.

    If it did not matter to you, we would not need your boring requiem and histrionic sign off.

    There is no other website that publishes the truth and has such a light hand moderating. NONE.

    Ron Unz should block you, but he’s too busy coding, living, making money….LIVING.

    • 同意: Mefobills
  126. @Yee

    Until you sit somewhere public, leave a greasy streak and do not clean after yourself.

    Mind you, there some people of the female that have an arse worthy keeping unwrapped.

  127. Willem 说:
    @obwandiyag

    What you are describing is known as obsessive compulsive disorder.

    Similar to your recommendation of wearing a mouth mask, we should also, maybe step out of bed with our right leg each morning. It might prevent against… whatever and it might not. I don’t know.

    安全胜过遗憾。

    There is not a single randomized study that has shown that mouth masks prevent against covid. Taleb can eat this: https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-6817

  128. @Stonehands

    It still hasn’t come to that but what do you suggest? There are those who say that if the cops or soldiers come around to force vaccinations they will ask to go in front of a firing squad instead. But they can easily restrain you and inject you anyway. (Watch the movie “New World Order” to see how it may get when it comes to getting the “mark of the beast” where they don’t force you but give you a choice: the mark or death).

    • 回复: @Stonehands
  129. GeeBee 说:
    @Wally

    Dear Wally, while I applaud your diligence in spreading the truth, I believe that your zeal occasionally blinds you to the amusing fun that we call irony. It is abundantly clear that ‘cranc’ is on-side regarding the Holyhoax nonsense. He put those words into the mouth of his imaginary stereotypical Libtard ‘LMC’ in order to expose the statement he made as laughable.

    Do lighten up old boy.

    • 回复: @Ugetit
  130. @Bro43rd

    We’ll know you’ve nailed it when we see a new pic like the one that closes Mr. Hopkins’ article today, with the lovely Michelle nuzzling up to DJT on the cover of 员工 杂志。

  131. @Reg Cæsar

    Most legislatures as controlled by the GOP. They should be demanding– we should be demanding of them– European standards, which outlaw everything you mention, including voting machines, shady or clean.

    I tend to agree. But why should it depend on the various governors willingness to sign the bills? The Electors Clause, Article II, § 1, Clause 2, of the U.S. Constitution gives plenary power to the State Legislatures over the control of the elections:

    “Each State shall appoint, in such manner as the 立法机关 thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress….”

    The U.S. Supreme Court has spoken directly on this issue: “This power [to appoint electors] is conferred upon the legislatures of the states by the constitution of the United States, and cannot be taken away from them or modified by their state constitutions.” McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1, 34-35 (1892). This appointment power “transcends any limitations sought to be imposed by the people of a State.” Leser v. Garnett, 258 U.S, 130, 137 (1922)

    A similar provision governs the Congressional elections. So presumably this could be in effect for the 2022 midterms:

    参议员和众议员选举的时间、地点和方式,由各州的立法机构规定; 但国会可在任何时候通过法律制定或更改此类规定,但选举参议员的地点除外。

    • 回复: @Reg Cæsar
  132. Well, Bush Jr. Now here’s a guy who loved to stick it to American citizens, in constantly explaining to them that they “won’t do the jobs, illegal immigrants will”. Even though, anyone who has traveled across the states and noticed that Americans do the jobs illegal aliens do, every place that Bush hasn’t allowed them by the millions to invade yet. Am a hater of illegal aliens? Nope. I’m a hater of leaders who value American citizens and legal residents so little, even Presidents..

  133. @Trickster

    Oh come on Trickster, hang on until the 20th at least – there may not be UR after that date anyway, or not for long.

  134. Is it only me but does C.J. ever say any thing that is meaningful . A lot excess verbiage signifying what?

  135. Over the years, white patriots got guns while Jewish supremacists got megaphones.

    Jews won. Why?

    Because guns are silent until the war starts whereas megaphones are always blaring in peacetime. So, by the time war rolls around, those with the megaphones have turned many more people to their side.

    Yeah, do get guns but also get megaphones and learn to use them.

    Those who hunker in the bunker with guns will lose to those who holler from the tower with megaphones.

  136. Fred777 说:
    @lysias

    “Why not prohibit driving cars, since there is no doubt that cars endanger people?“

    即将到来。

  137. @obwandiyag

    I’m in a somewhat similar situation. I mask up when inside a store or a public place…wearing a mask outdoors is just silly and doesn’t protect anyone from anything. I will not get the jab because I don’t trust the vaccine(s).

    There are too many who misunderstand how masks work. They are most effective in preventing the transmission from an infected person to others. For some reason, too many believe that masks prevent one from contracting diseases – they do to a certain extent and depending on the type of mask, but that’s not their main function.

    IIRC if at least 80% of people mask up with proper masks, transmission is reduced by about 45%. If you are on a bus, say, and only 20% of the passengers are wearing masks (including yourself) you will be less protected than being on a bus where 80% of passengers are masked and you remain unmasked.

    Masks are not a panacea. But if enough people wear them they do significantly reduce the spread of the virus. The reason so many people in the west have their knickers in a twist over this is because the concept of rights responsibilities is alien to them. The western conception of freedom is “Fuck you, I can do what I want and you can go pound sand.” This type of pathological individualism is one reason why the west has lost its way and is floundering in a self-made soup of putrid incompetence and bitter bile.

    Highly individualistic societies run into problems when a situation that requires collective effort and an attitude of ‘neighborly selflessness’ arises. I don’t blame people for not trusting the government and being skeptical of received wisdom. But many westerners have lost the ability to reason independently and accurately evaluate the veracity of information they “consume.” Hence, you get a lot of paranoid folk with very active imaginations imagining all kinds of things sans evidence and believing in their fantasies with a religious fervor. Left and right even have their own conspiracy theories now. Very cute.

    Read the comments here and at other lightly moderated forums. Emotional ranting and reaffirming in-group biases predominate. Thoughtful and considered comments are there but it takes a bit of reading (or skimming) to find them.

    As far as COVID-19 goes I’d say do whatever you think is best for you and your family. There’s not much you can do about people who think it’s all a hoax* or what have you except avoid them in public (if possible). Good luck!

    *While I don’t think COVID is a hoax, it most definitely is being used to roll out totalitarian measures like the Great Reset, Smart Cities etc. and to gaslight and manipulate people into unquestioningly submitting
    to authority.

    • 回复: @obwandiyag
  138. Darren J. Beattie, an American political scientist, a former White House official, wrote on Twitter:

    “70 + million Americans now effectively Serbs in the 90s”

  139. WLMIV 说:

    I really feel sorry for Ashli Babbit.

    I get the point you are making. Better join in to survive. Heck, maybe you can infiltrate them and cause chaos from within.

    Still , I am not sure if sarcasm does justice for Ahsli though. She believed in Trump and actually gave her life to stop what she believed was a fraud.

    She was then betrayed by Trump himself and Republican turn coats as he condemned his people.

    They’ll call her and any Trump supporter a terrorist who threatened democracy. But isn’t the issue that the fraud itself was a threat to democracy? Isn’t this what she believed in.

    Yeah Yeah. There was no fraud. Agree and you’ll survive among people you despise, but you’ll live the rest of your life always looking over your shoulder to make sure you did not let your guard down and then die in your bed knowing you betrayed all that you believed.

    Solzhenitsyn wrote in the chapter “Our Muzzled Freedom” about the big lie.

    他写道:

    “Whether giving into fear or influenced by material self-interest or envy people can’t nonetheless become stupid so swiftly.” “The permanent lie becomes the only safe form of existence in the same way as betrayal. Every wag of the tongue can be overheard by someone, every facial expression observed by someone. therefore every word if it does not have to be a direct lie is nonetheless obliged not to contradict the general common lie.”

    他继续说:

    “…And what can be said about those shrill meetings and trashy lunch break gatherings where you are compelled to vote against your own opinion to pretend to be glad over what distresses you?”

    “…But that is not all. Your children are growing up! And if the children were still little,then you had to decide what was the best way to bring them up; whether to start them off on lies instead of the truth (so that it would be easier for them to live), and then lie forevermore in front of them too; or to tell them the truth with the risk that they might make a slip, that they might let it out which meant that you had to instill into them from the start that the truth was murderous that beyond the threshold of the house you had to lie, only lie, jut like papa and mama.”

    Ashli died for the truth so you did not have to live the big lie. To surrender your beliefs it to have but a slave psychology.

    This situation is so rigged. I am besides myself. Biden is a corrupt fraud. Do not forget China and the Ukraine. Do not forget his role in Crossfire Hurricane and the Steele Dossier. Do not forget that there was real fraud which was silenced by a complicit media to the fraud. You can deny these things to get along, but how will you live with yourself by denying the truth?

  140. TKK 说:

    ****The rapid arrest of trespassers as if they were mass serial killers- the show of force

    across many states by the Feds is unprecedented-

    This show of muscle for some trespassing****?

    Derick Chauvin was a household name within 24 hours after Floyd’s distended, dumb nostrils stopped flaring.

    Who shot Ashli Babbitt? He is being protected. His very identity under wraps.

    Penalty for trespassing if white? Death.

    Penalty for trespassing if black? \$35 billion in corporate gifts and Congress kneeling in Kente cloths in sacred silence.

    Why would the white working middle class stay here? We should start a research pool/thread on ex pat locations, ideas, survival tips.

    • 回复: @CanSpeccy
  141. @Wild Man

    The harm associated with the mask mandate, if not soon withdrawn, is much higher than the benefits. But, the harm will be spread out over a much longer time period (over the entire lives of our children). Developmental delays around pro-sociability developmental operations, going on to produce sub-par adults, is the last thing we need at this point.

    And following on with your astute comments, sub-par adults will have dysfunctional relationships, with even higher levels of spousal and child abuse. We tinker with our social relationships at our peril.

    It is not even obvious how two people could even meet and begin a relationship outside of the on-line dating forums. Generally we need to see a smile or some other indication of friendliness to even approach another person in a meaningful way. Young teens and adults intuitively know this and so we see increased resistance to mask-wearing and social distancing among these groups. It’s hard to imagine how the PTB didn’t realize this and game it out at the very beginning.

    But we do know that some of them at least would be quite happy with a complete demographic collapse.

    • 回复: @Jiminy
    , @Wild Man
  142. Reg Cæsar 说:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    Yes, but that’s in the 第二 stage. After the governors refuse to sign the bills modernizing (i.e., archaïzing) the Election Day procedures.

    Give them a choice– clean up now, or pay later.

    This would put the ball in their court, and make the assumption of elector choice by the legislature easier to sell to the public.

  143. @TKK

    Who shot Ashli Babbitt? He is being protected. His very identity under wraps.

    这是 claimed here that Ashli Babbitt was:

    killed by US Capitol Special Agent David Bailey Who … is a Brazilian Immigrant and Black Lives Matter Militant who REPEATEDLY THREATENED ON FACEBOOK TO KILL TRUMP SUPPORTERS

    • 回复: @TKK
  144. Ragno 说:

    As of Jan 7th, I wake up each morning wondering if this is the day that Unzsite is no longer there.

    Now today – today was a good day. Tomorrow- I’ve got my fingers crossed.

  145. PolarBear 说:
    @Kevin Barrett

    特朗普可能是精英计划的一部分,记得他在《辛普森一家》节目中的表现。 扮演坏橙色局外人也许是他的角色。 现在,“国会大厦幸存者”有了大肆的借口去追逐普通的局外人。

  146. Ugetit 说:
    @zimriel

    We just don’t want to spread it.

    Too busy bending over and spreading them there cheeks no doubt.

  147. Ugetit 说:
    @obwandiyag

    BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

    No wonder you don’t get out much. Better quit driving if you do venture out, and stay offa bicycles too. Better safe than sorry, ya know!

  148. It seems C.J. Hopkins is stuck in 1933 – 1945 Germany.

    How about this picture instead of a German guy…?

    Not too outdated, eh?

  149. @RoatanBill

    You actually think Russia will do something if Iran is attacked?

    You mean like promise to provide the S-300 systems, take one billion dollars from Iran and then later, after delaying delivery again and again, say, “Sorry, our best friends in Tel-Aviv have issued orders that we were to refrain from providing you these purely DEFENSIVE systems, and so we’ll keep your money and NOT provide the S-300s”, and then make the Iranians jump through hoops to get their billion back? And then sell S-400s to Turkey and offer to do the same for the KSA?

    Oh, yeah, Russia will do something, alright. Immediately after the US missile attack (no boots on the ground, that’s for sure; maybe a few very small nukes, but hopefully not, unless of course, Israel tosses some nukes at Iran, for good measure, but again, likely not), Russia will make lots of righteous noise, call UNSC meetings (that will do nothing), and then offer to help re-build Iran both defensively and domestically, at a nice profit.

    There is no ‘bright side’. Iran is alone. They can only rely on themselves and their missiles for protection, just like North Korea. Thankfully, they have some very effective missiles that will prove highly problematic for the US bases nearby and the KSA (and maybe even Israel, but again, I doubt it, unless Israel strikes first.) Iran is wise to keep giving Hezbollah precision guided missiles, so there is a good balance of power that keeps Israel’s bloodlust in check for now……

    • 回复: @RoatanBill
  150. HeebHunter 说:
    @Trickster

    Remember, you are here forever.

    Unz is the new Chan.

    What would a low IQ boomer like you do but leeching on our energetic discourses?

  151. Ugetit 说:
    @GeeBee

    I believe that your zeal occasionally blinds you to the amusing fun that we call irony.

    It’s not so much blindness as laziness.

  152. HeebHunter 说:
    @cranc

    No welfare leech in Berlin will go against the kosher pyramid. Welfare leeches are beholden to whoever signs the checks.

    On the other hand though, Berlin is the Cyberpunk wild west for the redpilled, European fighting man. So many opportunities, finance and politics. Fascinating city, fitting for the true center of Europa and international Zeitgeist.

  153. @Daniel Rich

    Dont mess with uncle Colon.
    He just tried to save his son Michael’s job at FCC.

  154. RoatanBill 说:
    @Mustapha Mond

    If Iran is attacked and subdued, then it’s on towards the great Satan Russia. Once the war is started, it will be a world war because the loonies also want to subdue Russia.

    No one knows what Russia will do at the start of hostilities, but my bet is that if it looks like Iran could fold, it is in their best interests to prevent it as they are doing in Syria. That Putin is just another scumbag is a given. But he still wants to keep control over his domain and the West isn’t likely to welcome him in to rebuild anything. He wins by helping make sure the US and Israel lose. Their loss is his gain and his only possible gain in any Iranian conflict.

    • 回复: @Mustapha Mond
    , @EugeneGur
  155. Yee 说:
    @europeasant

    “Now it sounds like you’re just talking out of your ass.”

    Asking me to cover my mouth makes more sense than cover my harmless ass, precisely because I don’t talk and spray viruses with my ass…

    How come people are OK with being forced to wear pants, a helmet when riding a bike, a seatbelt when driving? Are they not violation of freedom?

  156. This Hopkins cunt never tires of using the Nazi imagery for his bullshit screeds.

    Hey CJ, how about some Lenin, Stalin, Mao or Pol Pot stuff for a change?

    Variety is the spice of life, ya know.

    • 回复: @Sue Dunham
    , @TKK
    , @HeebHunter
  157. @Reactionary Utopian

    If it’s up to you, do you require me to wear a mask?

    Freedom of choice works both ways.

    Someone wants to wear a mask? Fine, wear it.

    Someone doesn’t want to wear a mask? Fine, don’t wear one [I should be safe when I do wear one myself].

    It can’t be any simpler [unless you look around you now. WTF happened?].

    • 同意: dogbumbreath
  158. @Priss Factor

    底线是JEWING。

    You can debate the label of “communism” all day but it essentially boils down to jewish internationalism…..globalism…..globohomo……whatever….

    You’re right that it’s about “what is good for the jews.”

    从这个意义上讲,它高于意识形态,政党,国家等。

    The jews use whatever is expedient in the moment to tweak things their way….or at least the way they THINK will benefit their own slimy tribe of paranoid small dicked big nosed shitheads.

    (对不起,如果我不慈善!)

    The most specific element of “what is good for the jews” (in the mind of slimy organized jewry) is
    “what is bad for white Christian people?”
    从许多方面来看,这个问题比对犹太人有什么好处更重要,因为他们认为让我们过去是对他们一方的某种自动取胜。 (他们错了)

    我不得不承认,这对我来说没有任何意义,尤其是考虑到我们已经为那些大鼻子的后援提供了他们可能想要的一切。

  159. @RoatanBill

    Hi RB-

    Well, I suspect and hope we both are of a similar mind: that we both want no such eventualities to occur.

    I’d like to think Russia would come to the aid of Iran and do everything possible to prevent such an attack, if for no other reason than to protect its soft underbelly, and to insure a huge part of the BRI is salvaged, given their ‘strategic alliance’ with China.

    But do recall that not once but twice Russia had ISIS in a Dunkirk position years ago in Syria, and Putin pulled back, declared a unilateral ceasefire, with some of his generals near mutinous as a result. Who was he serving by doing so? Not Syria, nor the future of Russia as a nation. Some say, “The West”, by showing his reserve and willingness to step back and offer a hand of peace. To me that is all nonsense. He was doing the bidding of the zionists and the Russian MIC, who used and continue to use Syria to showcase and test new weaponry, which lead to very lucrative contracts, but allowed ISIS to regroup, Turkey to get a strong foothold in Idlib, and thousands of Syrians to suffer and die unnecessarily. So Putin is totally unreliable as to Iran, and even his own people, it would seem.

    I agree 100% that it certainly is in Russia’s interest to protect Iran. But Putin has put Israel’s interests above Iran since day one in Syria, and continues to allow Iranian, Syrian and Hezbollah fighters and weapons depots to be hit by Israel with total impunity, despite the numerous S-400s and S-300s in Syria, which he forbids use of against the zionists.

    My guess is, he’d let Iran get creamed, then likely step in to help after, when Russia (and China) can clean up the mess and help rebuild their defenses and infrastructure, again, at a nice profit.

    But step in forcefully to prevent such an attack, thereby putting Russia’s ass on the line in doing so?

    Not a chance. Same for China.

    Like I said, Iran is alone on this one, and they know it.

    Truly terrible that we have to seriously discuss such things as likelihoods rather than very remote possibilities……

    • 回复: @RoatanBill
  160. ‘Are You Ready for Total (Ideological) War?’

    没有意见。

  161. Sue Dunham 说:
    @Bill Jones

    They would have started bombing America in 1962 with Operation Northwoods (proposed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff with the CIA to commit the actual terrorism), but unfortunately for Israel, Kennedy said no.

  162. Sue Dunham 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    I agree with your comment, but you shouldn’t use the “c” word in such a derogatory way. It is very demeaning to women. Men call each other dicks, African Americans call each other negroes, and gays call each other fags, but women don’t call each other cunts. You are profaning the Earth Mother. Please stop.

    • 回复: @Reactionary Utopian
  163. RoatanBill 说:
    @Mustapha Mond

    You know what they say about opinions.

    I’m still of the mind that if Putin sees Iran floundering he’ll step in. He knows damned well that any guarantees and back room deals the US might want to make with him aren’t worth spit given the US’s track record. The US would try to convince him to not intervene and he might feign to go along – for a while.

    Ultimately he knows once Iran goes, there would be more US military bases stationed closer to Russia and I doubt he would allow that to happen willingly. Self preservation would kick in and he knows that if he prevented Iran’s downfall, he’d get the bulk of reconstruction as a thank you.

  164. TKK 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    我的兄弟。 很高兴见到你。

    是的,我去过柬埔寨两次。 要看到玻璃盒中10英尺高的头骨和Tuol Sleng的酷刑室,您会想到美国人无法理解的行列。 ( 拒绝?)

    波尔布特最终打开了所有人的大门。 他远远超出了希尔特的梦想。 如果您生活或死亡,疯狂的挨饿的步枪学校小学生会打电话给您。 也许他们只是抓住了您的孩子,然后把它砸在树脚下。 也许他们把您绑起来,让您在热带炎热中丧生。

    我在金边度过了一个奇怪的时刻。我不得不下车去洗手间-柴油的气味使你恶心。 有一个小女孩,基本上是一个蹒跚学步的女孩,穿着一件旧的T恤从泥泞的水坑里挖出min鱼。

    就在那一刻(我不是在骗你)劳斯莱斯·辉腾或一些类似的咆哮声将我们俩洒上了浑水。

    • 回复: @PolarBear
  165. obwandiyag 说:
    @Wild Man

    Don’t give a shit about children. They’ll survive. They’re adaptable. Much more adaptable than you, it would seem.

    “Cost-benefit analysis” is NewSpeak for “somebody’s gonna die.” How “intellectual.”

    Since when are you conservatives such sissies you worry about “sociability.” My god. Why don’t you crochet doilies and go to BroadWAY shows and, here it comes, clutch your pearls.

    You waste all that time asking the wrong rhetorical questions. Caring for posterity is meaningless. “When I die the world dies,” ancient Roman proverb. Who knows what the future may hold? Masks will probably force children to be more polite. And staying in might force them to read a little bit, if only on a computer.

    Bottom line: mask work, don’t need no scientists to tell me that: common sense is enough: Sneeze at somebody with a mask and without. See which time they get spritzed. Please don’t give me no graphs nor ratios. It don’t take no rocket scientist to know when he’s getting spritzed.

  166. Jiminy 说:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    There could be some truth to that crazy lack of “mental development” problem. Strange as it seems, a study, Dutch I think, found that the poor jews are still suffering trauma because of the stress passed down through the dna of the grandparents to the young jews of today. If that’s a good enough excuse for the Jews, then surely we could use it as well.

  167. @obwandiyag

    Bottom line: mask work, don’t need no scientists to tell me that: common sense is enough: Sneeze at somebody with a mask and without. See which time they get spritzed. Please don’t give me no graphs nor ratios. It don’t take no rocket scientist to know when he’s getting spritzed.

    Retarded nigger commie who believes all the lies…lol

    How very shocking.

  168. A bad joke, yes…

    but when Adelson said the US should nuke Iran, he wasn’t joking.

    when Madeleine Albright said it was worth it to kill 500,000 Arab children, she wasn’t joking.

    when US lied about Iraq, Libya, and Syria and destroyed entire nations, it wasn’t joking.

    We wish all those were jokes.

    In the current reality, telling lies and committing mass murder are stuff of patriotism.
    But a joke in bad taste? The worst thing ever!

    • 回复: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
  169. @obwandiyag

    ‘…Bottom line: mask work, don’t need no scientists to tell me that: common sense is enough: Sneeze at somebody with a mask and without. See which time they get spritzed…’

    You’ll see some other things, too. But please: make sure there’s video.

  170. Wild Man 说:
    @Peripatetic Itch

    Your comment: – “It’s hard to imagine how the PTB didn’t realize this and game it out at the very beginning. But we do know that some of them at least would be quite happy with a complete demographic collapse.”

    I think the PTB do know all about the social costs of the muzzle-mask mandates (it’s an obvious cost that is not publicly discussed at all – yet all this is well known within the psychology/psychiatry/neurology/biology expert communities).

    As well I think the PTB also knows, by way of the actuaries, whom work for the banks and insurance companies, that many many more person-years of life will be lost, due to even the temporary reduction of economic activity stemming from the covid lock-down policies, than the person-years of life saved by said policies, in areas where lockdowns have been extensive and long. Where I live (western Canadian city), the downtown retail/food/office sectors have been collapsed now, for 9 months. The rest of the city is affected less. For the U.S. as a whole as an example, my back of envelope calculations indicate that the nation probably is, overall, gonna suffer more than 10x the loss of person-years of life (experienced over the next 100 years), than the man-years of lives that have been saved by the lockdown policies.

    Since this is all obvious and well known within these narrower expert-communities, which the PTB of course have excellent access too, …… my conclusion is that the PTB are lying, and on purpose, for the sake of the execution of an ulterior agenda. Now alot of commentators talk about that and claim that a hidden ulterior agenda is slowly being executed by the PTB, …. with said execution now quickening . Alex Jones comes to mind as a good example of such commentator. But overall, among all these commentators, there still is alot of controversy as to what this hidden ulterior agenda actually is.

    I myself don’t know (but this whole thing sure is freaky and anxiety-provoking, ….. I guess that this anxiety as provoked by the uncertainty maintained by the PTB, among some of the populace, for those like us here that see there indeed is an ulterior hidden agenda, ….. is also part of that agenda, I suppose, …. provocation of anxiety among some groups can be used as a control feature as well).

    • 同意: Peripatetic Itch
  171. PolarBear 说:
    @TKK

    日本人比德国人和欧洲殖民主义者还要残酷。 亚洲人似乎因历史错误而获得黄牌。 只有白人孩子对自己的种族,历史和“特权”感到内。

  172. HeebHunter 说:
    @GeneralRipper

    Hes a parasitic amerimutt with no balls, like you. Grandpop was probably shot in the balls for (((D-day))) too, so it explains things.

    • 巨魔: GeneralRipper
  173. Stonehands 说:
    @Commentator Mike

    我们在这里超越自我。 根据最近的骚动,想象力太高了。
    实际上,我们这一类人在无产阶级抵抗的古老标准上得到了很好的服务:分解,拖拖拉拉,虚假依从,逃跑,假装无知,破坏,盗窃和文化抵抗。行为水平,必须继续continue视全球性象征性mi气症。

  174. Dumbo 说:

    Even if you are dumb enough to take this propaganda infested rathole called BBC as reliable, they are saying that having Covid only immunizes you for 5 months.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/health-55651518

    That means, what they want is Covid shots every year like for the flu, and masks and lockdown as a common situation every winter for the rest of your life.

    Enjoy the “new normal”, bitches.

  175. @Daniel Rich

    Yes we need to elevate this UN SC vial to surpass the Reichstag fire, especially as there is some ambiguity as to who started the fire and why, but the Colin Powell moment is a clear and deliberate lie to start a war. 911 is also a clear false flag to start a war and enact the Patriot Act stepping up domestic repression and curtailing liberties, although maybe not as “clear as daylight” to many too blind to see confused by so many details of the controversy surrounding the event.

  176. @Jiminy

    Sorry to let you down, but that was the current weather for that day. Here’s a blast from the past…

    • 回复: @Jiminy
  177. @obwandiyag

    Don’t give a shit about children.

    Or any one else it seems.

    children. They’ll survive. They’re adaptable

    .

    Yeah. What’s another Jeffrey Dalmer among friends? Never get too many Pol Pots, can we?

    staying in might force them to read a little bit

    Develop a bit of literacy, too, you think?

  178. gsjackson 说:
    @Thomasina

    Agree, though with the qualification that Trump has been all over the map on covid and not particularly helpful in exposing the scam. He has said, for example, that “millions and millions of lives” were saved by the actions of his administration in response to the pandemic. As if those lives were ever at risk. Just fed right into the scam narrative.

    He’s spent four years in the presidency and I still don’t know who Trump is. Maybe we’ll find out in the next week.

    • 回复: @Dave Bowman
  179. gsjackson 说:
    @obwandiyag

    If your health is my responsibility perhaps we should meet at the gym and I can set up an exercise program and dietary regimen for you. Then I’ll probably need to check in regularly to make sure you’re following instructions. I guarantee that would provide you with better defenses against any microbes than masking the entire world.

    Do get out, at least in nature and the fresh air — it’s good for you health. So is human contact, though I realize that may be just a bridge too far.

  180. Jiminy 说:
    @The Alarmist

    I just realised that I didn’t understand a word she said.

  181. Dumbo 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Masks are useless, you idiot! If you want to wear masks like a moron, move to China!

    Now besides the “variations, they are saying that there is a “long covid” too!

    https://www.dw.com/en/long-covid-symptoms-treatment-support-effects/a-56220741

    What a bizarre disease! Affects the lungs affects the heart, I’ve heard even an old lady who fell down the stairs and died was marked as a “Covid death”. I think the viurs might make you lose your balance too.

    What a load of bollocks! Covid is a pure psychological invention, the fraud to end all frauds.

    We are fucked and double-fucked!

    • 回复: @Jiminy
  182. Macumazahn 说:
    @TKK

    So, let’s see…
    Masks are useless, because virus particles are so tiny that they pass right through;
    许多 CO2 molecules that one exhales (which, by the way, ,那恭喜你, the broken-down fat that you mention) get trapped in the mask.
    This is going to sound like a jerk, but there’s a flaw in your reasoning somewhere.

    • 同意: Commentator Mike
    • 回复: @Bombercommand
  183. @Jiminy

    That’s OK … you can pretend she’s talking flirty to you when she says muy caliente.

  184. @Sue Dunham

    I agree with your comment, but you shouldn’t use the “c” word in such a derogatory way. It is very demeaning to women. Men call each other dicks, African Americans call each other negroes, and gays call each other fags, but women don’t call each other cunts. You are profaning the Earth Mother. Please stop.

    Sue, that’s not a term I’d use, and I certainly won’t use it (unbowdlerized) in this comment. I disagree, however, that “women don’t call each other c–ts.” A woman I know — a very nice lady, by the way, although I think even she would admit that her vocabulary tends toward the, uh, spirited and robust side — once told me, describing an encounter she’d been in, “I can be a real c–t on wheels when I want to be!”

    That was a number of years ago, but the mental image of wheeled female genitalia kind of stuck with me. Still makes me smile when I remember her saying that.

  185. @Jiminy

    I just realised that I didn’t understand a word she said.

    Come to think of it, neither did I!

    I need Spanish lessons. I wonder if she’s taking on students?

  186. Dumbo 说:

    Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura is a disease where your immune system attack your own blood cells (platelets). This doctor died from ITP days after taking the Pfizer vaccine:

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/healthy-florida-doctor-dies-after-pfizer-covid-vaccine/

    也很有趣:

    The vaccine most often implicated is the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, where the disease occurs in approximately 1 in every 25,000 to 40,000 doses of the vaccine, Redwood said. ITP has also been associated with hepatitis A and B virus (HBV), human papilloma virus (HPV), varicella-zoster, diphteria-tetanus-acellular pertussis (DTap), polio and pneumococcus vaccines.

    So let’s say that 1:33,000 on average (masonic number lol), if you vaccinate millions of people the number can be quite significant. This only one of the possible side effects. About 7 or 8 people have died that we know so far, after having taking the vaccine. Very interesting.

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25427992/

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
  187. Jiminy 说:
    @Dumbo

    I’m sure the disease will disappear as soon as people stop testing for it. My wife has a nutjob friend who has now had four test for it, all negative of course. I think she just loves having that probe way up there tickling her sinus. Sort of like an ozy version of Miss Lovelace. I don’t think we will ever see cases of it because of the heat and humidity up here. Im sure there’s more chance of catching a mosquito-borne disease than anything else making you sick.

  188. EugeneGur 说:
    @RoatanBill

    That Putin is just another scumbag is a given.

    What has he done exactly to make him a scumbag? You are just repeating the neocon propaganda. As Putin himself put it:” Compared to you, we are innocent and adorable” (literally “white and fluffy”, which in Russian means adorable like stuffed animal toys). All Putin has done and is doing is protecting the interests of Russia, which is his job. It isn’t his fault that the American so-called leadership has completely forgotten what it means – to serve your country.

    To be sure, Putin isn’t likely to think about Iran more than he thinks about Russia. But many things’ve changed since that story with S-300, and whatever delusions the Russian leaders might’ve had at the time are all gone now. Russia’s actions are also likely to be determined by the Iran’s behavior. If Iran resists, it’s likely to get Russia’s help directly or indirectly. If it doesn’t – well, that’s another story.

    • 回复: @RoatanBill
  189. RoatanBill 说:
    @EugeneGur

    What has he done exactly to make him a scumbag?

    He’s a politician. He’s a thug. He’s part of the Russian Deep State.

    All “leaders” are the same. They head up their local mafia that the weak of mind call government.

  190. Not very smart, almost dumb, as a matter of fact moronic.

  191. @Dumbo

    我不这么认为!
    In case of idiopathic purpura It takes several weeks after fist symptom before it becomes dangerous.
    Never heard about sudden death from I.P.

    • 回复: @Dumbo
  192. @Macumazahn

    No, Macumazahn, YOUR reasoning is flawed. Standard, works-like-a-charm cure for an episode of hiccups is to breathe with a paper bag over your face. This creates a condition of elevated CO2 inside the bag, which is continually rebreathed creating a condition of elevated CO2 in your lungs, curing the hiccups. Wearing a mask creates a similar condition, the difference is the paper bag is used for two minutes, but wearing a mask means you are breathing in a localized environment of elevated CO2 for many hours.

    • 回复: @Sparkon
  193. Dumbo 说:
    @Zarathustra

    With acute ITP, hitting your head or something like that can be fatal.

    Now, one question I have, is why the need to create a coated mRNA and insert it into the body to make the cells produce the viral protein, why not just synthesize the viral protein and inject this into the body? It seems it would be a more natural and direct approach.

    There is even talk that the mRNA vaccines could not even be legally considered “vaccines”, as they differ from the current legal definition of what a vaccine is.

    In fact, in Moderna’s website there is a page saying that what they want to create is an “operating system” with “updates”, basically using mRNA as “software” to make our body create all type of proteins (and not just the viral spike protein).

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
  194. @Priss Factor

    In Hebrew, ‘impeachment’ has the power to clean and restore us

    迷人

    Trump is simultaneously the pathogen, the germ on the “Hebrew” body, and the sacrificial lamb — his removal will clean and restore Jews.

    You’ve completely internalized David Engel’s ravings, haven’t you, Priss, carefully sealing off facts and context:
    Facts are that Eastern European Jews flooded into Germany during and after WWI.
    They did not have hygiene habits, and they did carry germs, precipitating among other things outbreaks of tuberculosis and typhus. German Jews were disgusted by- and disdainful of- these Jewish migrants. No other state on the Continent nor the British isles wanted to admit them.

    Germans were forced to take them in, which they did, and to try to clean them up and prevent them from causing a continent-wide pandemic, which they did.

    F&^k off with your anti-German rants and bigotry.

  195. Sparkon 说:
    @Bombercommand

    Wearing a mask creates a similar condition,

    No, it doesn’t. Sorry, but the flawed reasoning is all yours.

    One can easily inflate a paper bag — meaning it is relatively air-tight — but one cannot easily inflate a cloth bag because cloth is 不能 air-tight.

  196. I read all of C.J’s work. Delicious snark.

    It almost comes close to the actual 蠢蛋进化论 we see unfolding before our eyes.

    Trump will Probably pardon Ghislaine Maxwell and Jon Corzine next.

    As for the ‘rona. Didn’t the French government mandate yellow safety vests in every road going vehicle? How did that turn out for them?

    Medical looking masks are begging for the same treatment.

    Good job the dem’s are going to stick Trump with super double impeachment!

  197. As a conservative it will help if you can stay in functional contact with your sense of humor for the foreseeable future.

  198. @Dumbo

    I do know about Idiopathic purpura because my wife had it four times, and I did have a discussions with doctors. I do not know much about these vaccines except that I do realize that they are experimental and untested. Particularly we do not know the long time effect. I do not leave my house, only if I do go to buy food so, I do not feel that I do need any of those vaccines.

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  199. @jsinton

    Their lives will be an open void

    You silly. Loads of spare time… Loads of free printed worthless money, since debt-trillions are about as important now as the green cheese the moon is made of… AND on top of it all, no more OrangeManBad to kick around and point-and-splutter at, as he’s gone back to New York to make some more money and plan a VERY unpleasant revenge..!

    So to save worrying, and to fill those yawning, empty hours… Well… Of course..!! That’s exactly what new random wars in the middle east (Iran – they’re looking at you) are for !

    The article’s title did mean a REAL war… Right…?

  200. @gsjackson

    He’s spent four years in the presidency and I still don’t know who Trump is. Maybe we’ll find out in the next week.

    LOL

    Four years… and you’re still hoping for a late miracle ? I won’t be putting any hard cash on that any time soon. Although I’d sure bet tomorrow that he’s finished. Done. Beaten. Out of aces. Down and out. Goodnight, Vienna.

    But my favourite (new-world) quote – from the very old world – is always in my mind to comfort me:

    Interior. Hitler’s Chancellery bunker – 30th April 1945.

    Field Marshal Keitel: “What should we do when the war is over ?”

    Hitler: “Prepare for the next one”.

    • 回复: @Alexandros
  201. @Priss Factor

    Says all one needs to know about today’s U.S. Army. While some of these things are in bad taste, the very idea that a soldier should be removed from service is untenable. What does his comment do that hinders his performance or duties as a soldier in the U.S. military? It’s a joke. I wonder how many people who are Polish, German, Black, Mexican, French, Italian etc.have been offended by bad jokes over the years? Yet, it never mattered and no one was punished.

  202. obwandiyag 说:
    @Squarebeard

    In reviewing my posts, I just found your comment. What a breath of fresh air. Oh, my god, a thoughtful and considered comment. What spaceship did you descend from, Klaatu?

    ‘But many westerners have lost the ability to reason independently and accurately evaluate the veracity of information they “consume.”’

    说过 it. ‘Rights and 责任设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    Look at the comments. Alls they all can come up with this same dumbass, slippery-slope, reductio ad infinitum argument. Must have been in a talking points memo somewhere. My god, wear a mask one day, and then, the next thing you know, everybody’s going to have to live in their basements in a hermetically-sealed bubble-boy carapace surrounded by a faraday cage. Yeah, rith. It follows. It’s a natural progression.

  203. obwandiyag 说:
    @Trickster

    You don’t like me, but I wholeheartedly concur with you on the boring, one-trick-pony articles and repetitiousness of the comments anyhoo.

    • 同意: Commentator Mike
  204. Alexandros 说:
    @Dave Bowman

    Who said that? He told Heinz Linge when asked “who shall we fight for when you are gone?”

    “The next man”.

    Keitel didn’t even know Hitler was about to die.

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