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April 13, 2016

Hi. It’s me, Jeff. And I have something to say. [sticky, new posts below]

If you are a Trump supporter you learned nothing from this site, nothing from me, nothing from conservatism, nothing from Classical Liberalism, nothing from constitutionalism, nothing from the entrenched establishment dominance over our vote and our lives, nothing about federalism, nothing about a party system, and nothing about morality, ethics, or consistency. You missed every point about the necessity of retaking language and tethering meaning to its source.

Instead, you’ve embraced the most vulgar form of progressive populism and paranoid isolationism. You’ve embraced the very anti-foundationalism and Alinsky tactics that animate and enable the leftist epistemological paradigm, all in the service of a fraud. You have thrown in — whether you like it or not — with people who have repeatedly accused me of being a puppet of the establishment, a “kike,” a “cuck,” and a race traitor, despite my having worked for years to upend the GOP establishment, to fight the scourge of anti-assimilationist multiculturalism and immigration, to expose the fraud of the diversity project and academic leftism dressed up as pragmatism, to expose the political cynicism of racialism, and to detail the mechanisms behind identity politics’ infiltration into our political orthodoxies at the level of established “truths.”

I have fifteen years worth of archives to speak to my intellectual honesty and commitment to principle. I am proud of those efforts.
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Posted by Jeff G. @ 11:05am
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April 27, 2016

Scripps students: Hating white people is legitimate [Darleen Click]

Poor ladies, didn’t anyone let them know that the college they are attending was founded and funded by GASP white people?

Last summer, two Scripps College students spent approximately 500 hours creating a 217-page “ Unofficial Scripps Survival Guide” intended to help new students acclimate to the college, with lengthy discussions of topics ranging from food and money management to gender identity, race, and privilege.

The authors state that the term “Preferred Gender Pronoun” (PGP) should be replaced with “Gender Pronoun” to avoid offending students whose gender identity differs from their biological sex.

“While it may seem new and positive, PGP is actually not a good thing,” they write. “There’s nothing wrong with Gender Pronouns! However once we say ‘preferred’ we’re invalidating the entire idea. How people identify is how they identify; it is not a ‘preference.’” […]

The Scripps Survival Guide defines “White Privilege” as “the set of unearned benefits white people gain as a result of systematic racism and discrimination” that “benefits even those white people who are disadvantaged by other forms of institutionalized oppression like ableism, classism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia.”

The authors add that “asking people of color to educate us about racism,” “asking people of color to absolve us of our guilt,” and “identifying the ways that we are engaging in the perpetuation of white supremacy” are all things that “we need to stop doing right now.” In a section titled “Dear white students,” they elaborate that “[r]everse racism cannot exist because white people maintain power over people of color” and “because there are no institutions that were founded with the intention of discriminating against white people on the basis of their skin [color].”

Since the guide’s publication, several student movements across the Claremont College system (the “5C’s”)—including a “Hurting and Healing” event held by The 5C Students of Color Alliance—have advocated for the creation of racially segregated spaces (called “Safe Spaces”) that are off-limits to white students. […]

“Anger is a legitimate response to oppression,” the authors state in their letter to white people, “as is sadness, fear, frustration, exhaustion, and a general distaste or hatred of white people.”

All that wonderful education … for $50,000 a year.

Posted by Darleen @ 7:41am
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April 20, 2016

Federal Court rules that biological sex is a myth [Darleen Click]

Well, how special .. we have several state Attorney Generals who want to put in prison people who deny the Settled Science(tm) of Anthropomorphic Global Warming, at the same time, we had the 4th Circuit Appellate court rule that biological sex is a myth. (from page six of the ruling).

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The scare quotes around biological sex are especially precious.

Black is white; up is down; and ….

“You are a slow learner, Winston,” said O’Brien gently.

“How can I help it?” he blubbered. “How can I help seeing what is in front of my eyes? Two and two are four.”

“Sometimes, Winston. Sometimes they are five. Sometimes they are three. Sometimes they are all of them at once. You must try harder. It is not easy to become sane.” (“1984” Orwell)

Posted by Darleen @ 7:35pm
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April 19, 2016

You mean to tell me that the ‘anti-gay’ cake thing was a HOAX??!! [Darleen Click]

OMG, I’m shocked SHOCKED

Austin-based Whole Foods Market on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against an Austin man who claims he purchased a cake from the retailer that included a slur against gay people.

Whole Foods also released its security footage video from its North Lamar Boulevard flagship store that it says contradicts the man’s claims that the store included the slur on the “Love Wins” cake he ordered.

Whole Foods on Tuesday said it has investigated and said the man, Jordan Brown, made fraudulent claims. Brown filed a lawsuit against Whole Foods.

In a countersuit filed in state district court in Travis County, Whole Foods says Brown “intentionally, knowingly and falsely accused Whole Foods and its employees of writing the homophobic slur… on a custom made cake that he ordered from WFM’s Lamar Store in Austin…”

The suit denies those claims, and accuses Brown of acting “with malice, and he has damaged the reputation and business of WFM.”

The lawsuit seeks at least $100,000 in damages from Brown.

Refresh my memory, but when was the last time throughout all the ZOMG hate-crimes! we’ve seen gone “viral”, such crime turned out to be … you know … real?

Posted by Darleen @ 8:00pm
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April 19, 2016

UC Berkeley Forced to Cut 500 Jobs After $15 Minimum Wage Hike UNEXPECTEDLY [Darleen Click]

Well, didn’t see that coming …

The $15 minimum wage hike in California has sent financially troubled UC Berkeley into decision making mode, and “the people who clean buildings, who work in food services or health clinics,” says Todd Stenhouse, will be the ones without a job.

Stenhouse, a spokesman for the American Federation of StateChancellor, also said “There’s a very clear need for those front-line services. But the question is whether there really is a need to hemorrhage resources on executives.”

Nicholas Dirks sent a memo to employees Monday informing them of the job reductions and said they will amount to “a modest reduction of 6 percent of our staff workforce.”

Berkeley employs about 8,500 staffers, from custodians to administrators. Departments on campus were reportedly also told to reduce their budgets by 10 percent in whatever way they wish.

Some staff members in at least one area, residential student services, were told by managers two weeks ago that they should prepare to be laid off.

Now let’s recall the wise words of Gov. Moonbeam Brown when he signed this law

Brown, traveling to the state’s largest media market to sign the landmark bill, remained hesitant about the economic effect of raising the minimum wage, saying, “Economically, minimum wages may not make sense.”

But he said work is “not just an economic equation,” calling labor “part of living in a moral community.”

“Morally and socially and politically, they (minimum wages) make every sense because it binds the community together and makes sure that parents can take care of their kids in a much more satisfactory way,” Brown said.

I’m sure those people losing their jobs will be comforted to know they have been sacrificed for the “greater good” and their livelihood transferred to those more worthy of living in the “moral” community.

Posted by Darleen @ 7:51am
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April 18, 2016

One of those people Bill Nye wants to put in prison [Darleen Click]

Posted by Darleen @ 10:35pm
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April 18, 2016

Reason? Logic? Rationality? NOT ON THIS CAMPUS, HATERS! [Darleen Click]

Posted by Darleen @ 10:24pm
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April 12, 2016

Ok, ladies, you want ‘equal pay’? Then get off your lazy asses and … [Darleen Click]

… work longer hours, choose go into careers that are more demanding and/or dangerous and

oh yes …

… stop having babies.

Sound good to you? Or are you just wanting to force that on all those other women who choose a different path?

Posted by Darleen @ 8:38pm
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April 9, 2016

Ok, I confess. I’m intrigued [Darleen Click]

Maybe Disney won’t suck at this.

Posted by Darleen @ 11:27am
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April 9, 2016

NEXT FROM @CBSNews : What role do short skirts play in rape? [Darleen Click]

Those dead people in Brussels had it coming

Days after the deadly Brussels attacks, which killed 32 people at the city’s airport and a metro station, right-wing demonstrators appeared at a memorial to denounce the country’s Muslim community. A week later, police had to intervene when similar right-wing protesters squared off against anti-racism demonstrators. The confrontations underscore an important, though perhaps uncomfortable, question: to what extent does Islamophobia contribute to the atmosphere of isolation that breeds violent radicals?

“When you have no life objectives, no long-term objectives, you try to find your quest for self elsewhere,” explains Tewfik Sahih, a lifelong resident of Schaerbeek, Brussels, the neighborhood in which the bombs used in the Paris and Brussels attacks were made. “Many people feel discriminated [against] here. Some citizens here don’t feel part of the national community.”

Experts tell CBSN that many of Belgium’s disenfranchised Muslims feel more loyalty to their nuclear communities than their country. So, even if they don’t necessarily agree with how certain members of their neighborhood or mosque choose to lash out, they might not be inclined to report those people to the authorities either.

“The mafia protects itself. Hooligans with soccer clubs don’t betray themselves as well. It’s very much a group mentality where you don’t betray,” explains Michael Privot, director of the European Network Against Racism. “The Muslim community feels really under siege. They are victims themselves of hate crimes. So, if you want to really help them make the change from within … you have to give them breathing space … open space for them to build a future.”

Oh, they want to act like criminal gangs but it is their victims who have to give in and give them breathing space?

Uh, no. F**k each and every one of them and their apologists.

Posted by Darleen @ 8:53am
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