Lion of the Blogosphere

The violent people on the left

According to CNN, “Six police officers were injured and 217 protesters arrested after they smashed windows, damaged cars and threw rocks at police near Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony on Friday in Washington.”

Liberals fretted about how Trump supporters would be violent if Trump lost, I guess they were projecting onto Trump supporters how their own people behave.

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prolier than thou writes in a comment:

The dominance of the left-wing media narrative is really frustrating. Because right-wing people tend to be law-abiding, they don’t riot when politicians they dislike enter office. If they did, of course they would have been dismissed as racist thugs. But when it’s Obama supporters then it is proof of how ‘divisive’ Trump is.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

January 20, 2017 at 9:45 pm

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  1. Who cares, we knew this already.


    January 20, 2017 at 10:15 pm

    • Exactly. We’re LONG past noticing the blatant double standard or figuring out who the “real racists” are.

      The time for documentation and words has passed. . .


      January 21, 2017 at 12:49 pm

  2. Is there anything Trump can do immediately (policy wise) that pushes back against these progressive douchebag thugs.


    January 20, 2017 at 10:25 pm

    • Enforce the existing immigration laws. Require companies to prove that they can’t find an American worker when they hire an H-1B (which is what the law says but is currently ignored by the govt).

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      January 21, 2017 at 12:05 am

      • Current immigration laws allow the government to charge back social support costs to immigration sponsors, for immigrants who go on public support. The Administration needs to start putting greater energy into monitoring social support recipients for undocumented status. A good start would be to require use of Everify by every state in their federally financed or mandated social programs like unemployment insurance. Colleges should be forced to employ Everify as a condition of receipt of federal funds. Once more cases of social support costs are monitored and documented, then sponsoring agencies should be charged with costs accrued. This would put many of them, especially the notorious offenders like Catholic Charities, out of business.


        January 21, 2017 at 11:23 pm

    • Maybe he could direct the DOJ to investigate the organizations funding these protestors for racketeering. IIRC, RICO charges worked against pro-life protestors. Why not Soros-funded trouble makers?

      David Pinsen

      January 21, 2017 at 4:59 am

    • Part of the problem is likely that the court system and much else is on the side of the douchebags. These aren’t just random college students with hate issues, they are the storm troopers of the left. They have pet lawyers and sympathetic judges and all the rest. Just look at how the justice system came down on Ayers and Dorn and others. Like a feather.

      But that apart, make it easy in these scenarios to sentence said douchebags to mandatory 90 days, register them as convicted criminals (if only it could be sex criminals), remove their voting capabilities, and make this count as a ‘strike’. Industrialize the process so that all 200 of them get sentenced in a week, or a day.

      Other policies would be to defund the underlying organizations in various ways. A lot of this crap is ultimately funded by the tax payer.

      Like other wise countries, make sure NGOs are registered and their activities and members tracked closely. It doesn’t matter that they are US NGOs.

      It would be fun to start taxing the supersized foundations and university endowments.

      However, my favorite would not be policy, but to take in George Soros for questioning about sedition and insurrection. Perp walk the old bastard while you’re at it. That would be an act of great symbolic significance.


      January 21, 2017 at 6:17 am

      • Soros can be our Abramovich.


        January 21, 2017 at 1:09 pm

      • The fraudster, Sam Israel, who is the subject of this book discusses Soros at some length as one of the inside traders who taught him, and others, the inside trading game back in the 70s. Soros has already been convicted of insider trading by France. He has almost certainly been shielded from prosecution all these years in the US because of his political contributions. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s been financing congressional Republicans under the radar. Trump needs to order a full scale investigation.


        January 21, 2017 at 11:11 pm

    • Policy wise there’s a lot he can do, and you can answer the question yourself. It’s pretty easy.

      As far as that nebulous but all-important thing called “the culture” is concerned, not a damn thing. I hate to be the Debby Downer here (really, I do) but “the culture” favors perverted shit, and Americans are too dumb and too addicted to give it up. All the people who twitter #boycottHollyweird will be lining up to see Hollywood’s next big tentpole project, eagerly.


      January 22, 2017 at 2:03 pm

  3. I’ve been unpleasantly surprised just how poorly a lot of people have taken this election result. A lot of people I previously respected have acted like whiny, spoiled children because their candidate didn’t win. (I live in one of the bluest neighborhoods in a purple state so everyone around me is used to everyone agreeing with them.)

    Jokah Macpherson

    January 20, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    • I don’t buy this line of thought. 13 million people and their families are about to have their lives destroyed. Why should the left accept what they view as a humanitarian catastrophe just because of the election?

      I certainly wouldn’t have accepted the election results if Hillary had won.

      Otis the Sweaty

      January 21, 2017 at 9:13 am

      • That’s just a rationalization for purely partisan behavior. Much worse humanitarian crises than enforcement of existing US immigration laws happen all the time and don’t cause people to flip out.

        Besides, being an obnoxious brat and smashing store windows doesn’t really solve the supposed underlying problem.

        Jokah Macpherson

        January 21, 2017 at 10:45 am

      • Are the illegal immigrants protesting? These people aren’t protesting immigration. These are white people who don’t even know what they are protesting. These are just crazy white people.


        January 21, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      • I side with Otis on this one, Trump is an existential threat to the left (he’s actual opposition not scripted). The right would accept Hillary because they have no other choice. No one wants to go to jail or have heir family taken away from them or lose their nice middle class job and the respect of all their friends (few people even now understand the existential threat the left poses because they have been brainwashed about demographics).

        I disagree about moderate middle class left people though. It’s wierd they are so up in arms, but I think for them the handwringing is because they are scared Trump will put women back in the kitchen. Which is irrational, but people gonna people.


        January 21, 2017 at 1:13 pm

      • “13 million people and their families are about to have their lives destroyed.”

        That’s the core of it. After 2012, the Democrats figured that they could ride on demographic changes and keep the presidency indefinitely. Sure, they might not have Congress for awhile, but after enough time, there would be enough brown people to give them a permanent electoral advantage.

        As a result, they blew off the white working class and lost 2016. Under Obama, the Democrats became an explicitly anti-white male political party, and they can’t take back their venomous rhetoric without alienating BLM, SJWs, etc.

        Trump, in announcing he will deport millions of people and build the Wall, has declared war on their long term strategy. Trump may fail, or it may be too late for demographic changes to be undone, so the Democrats may ultimately prevail – but Trump is still putting their strategy under fire.

        George W. Bush was happy to accept immigrants – he just wanted to woo them and turn them into Republicans. Of course, Bush’s strategy has proven to be a disaster for the Republicans. Jeb would have continued with it. While the Democrats would’ve been unhappy about Jeb beating Hillary, and would’ve called him racist, sexist, homophobic, etc., the unrelenting rage they hold against Trump stems from how he’s planning to destroy their long term strategy of making America a “brown” country.


        January 21, 2017 at 3:24 pm

  4. As always. They are following a consistent pattern that has characterized the Left for over two centuries. It has to be said, though, that these people are no longer liberals in any sense; all traces of liberalism are gone, and they are now pure leftists.

    Peregrino Nuzkwamia

    January 20, 2017 at 10:28 pm

  5. I’m not on Twitter but regarding ballroom dancing, no president knows how to ballroom dance. It’s not a big deal, though; it’s a very niche, mostly useless skill. The side-to-side slow dance is good enough for any event the average guy will ever attend, including presidential inaugurations. I looked back at videos of some other presidents and they all basically did the same thing. And the Valkyries song is a terrible choice for a slow dance so Trump did pretty good all things considered.

    Side note: actual ballroom dancing is an incredibly good skill for getting women with the one BIG caveat being that it only works at a ballroom dancing venue, and the <25 turbo hotties don't normally show up at these kinds of places; it's mostly grannies. But if you happen to be a good dancer and are lucky enough to meet a nice girl there, you hit A1 – A3 of the Mystery model without even having to think – "Come dance with me" [A1] / I'm a good dancer in a venue where value is mainly measured by dancing ability (DHV) [A2] / You've got to prove yourself by following me and if you do I'll reward you (qualification) [A3].

    Jokah Macpherson

    January 20, 2017 at 10:50 pm

    • Heh, I like that you put it into MM context and yes, ballroom dancing is where washed up <25 turbo hotties sometimes retire to, to lock down a beta provider. I wouldn't say it is easy to get laid though even if you are a good dancer. Closing once again is everything.


      January 21, 2017 at 2:21 am

      • Thanks. I actually don’t run across many of Rollo Tomassi’s epiphany phasers dancing, though, although others’ experience could vary. It’s mostly late middle age empty-nesters, some young adults like myself who happen to be seriously into it as a weird niche hobby, and, most importantly, the odd group of college kids (mainly girls) trying something different for the weekend.

        I actually kind of like old people of this age (just not sexually). In many ways they are like teenagers since they have few responsibilities (kids are gone) and lots of free time (newly retired) and their bodies are not yet falling apart to the point where they can’t actually do anything, so if you can look past the grey hair and wrinkles they are pretty cool.

        But yes, you are correct, you can’t afford to drop the ball on any stage of the process, including closing.

        Jokah Macpherson

        January 21, 2017 at 10:35 am

      • Heh, I like them to, but I’ve always associated better with people much older than me (I’m late 20s) and don’t relate as well to people especially girls my age. Classic beta if Jeb Bush hadn’t already cornered the market on that name.

        You’re right about it being mostly empty nesters. I think the dancing keeps them young. There’s about 10-20% early 30s beta hunters though.

        Old people are cool because they still have class and don’t think they are cooler than they actually are.


        January 21, 2017 at 1:18 pm

      • Just want you guys to know that I didn’t understand a word of this exchange. I’m sure this will make you very happy!!


        January 21, 2017 at 6:41 pm

    • Until 1960s, ballroom dancing ability was normal and expected for both sexes, at least for middle class and up. It was common for children to receive lessons in school.

      Peregrino Nuzkwamia

      January 21, 2017 at 4:34 am

    • I think Michael Dougherty met his wife ballroom dancing.

      David Pinsen

      January 21, 2017 at 5:01 am

    • Seems Americans before the 1960s were much more sophisticated and more European. Aesthics of everything was much more important than it is now. Quality of goods was higher. People walked and took public transit more. Then the country when total prole and gaudy from the 70s onward. Americans are becoming a bit less prole and demanding better quality, but the mentality is still quite prole.


      January 21, 2017 at 11:06 am

      • I genuinely wish I had a time machine so that I could see for myself it’s true or just wishful thinking about the past.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 21, 2017 at 11:11 am

      • This is true. Things might be rusty but they were polished and maintained. “Rustic” even. Nowadays everyone wants new. Even if it’s made of cheap shitty plastic.

        The problem with steel made these days is its still shit on the inside. Eg cheap Chinese capacitors.


        January 21, 2017 at 1:21 pm

      • Oh, it’s true. Everything is cheap and disposable now. It is directly related to the surplus economy you’ve been blogging about. If all machines were made to 1950s standards, and people took care of their clothes the way people used to in the 1950s, and people ate only high quality food in reasonable quantities consumer spending would probably drop 50% overnight and we would be in an instant recession. Our economy relies on people living shoddy lives.

        Peter Akuleyev

        January 22, 2017 at 5:01 am

      • I’d venture that many more people engaged in square dancing in the 50s than ball room dancing. A greater percent of the population lived in small towns, didn’t drink or rarely did, attended church and family events as a social activity, went hunting and fishing for entertainment, watched shows like the Ed Sullivan show, ate at home, food was very prole (Folgers, etc.), read Readers Digest and sought to improve themselves by purchasing Great Books series from book clubs, etc. To the extent there was cultural aping going on it was the reverse, Europeans were adopting American culture, popular music, etc.


        January 22, 2017 at 9:39 am

      • So someone on this blog like Bobo finally agrees with me, that post 60s Americans have cheap-prole tastes.


        January 22, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    • Back in my late 20s, I was to be a groomsman at a friends wedding. The bride insisted that every member of the large wedding party participate in dance lessons, one night per week for 6-weeks prior to the wedding. We learned the basic steps – cha cha, salsa, merengue, and at least one ball room. It was kind of fun, and we all looked a bit more impressive at the wedding reception.

      E. Rekshun

      January 21, 2017 at 4:16 pm

  6. The Left Always Projects.


    January 20, 2017 at 11:25 pm

  7. The dominance of the left-wing media narrative is really frustrating. Because right-wing people tend to be law-abiding, they don’t riot when politicians they dislike enter office. If they did, of course they would have been dismissed as racist thugs. But when it’s Obama supporters then it is proof of how ‘divisive’ Trump is.

    prolier than thou

    January 21, 2017 at 2:07 am

    • It pisses me off, too, even though I keep telling myself, get used to it, already. But I hate it, I really do.

      You can call them the “legacy” media all you want, they are the megaphone through which the PTB speaks. Fact.

      Today on Twitter all the pro-Trump MAGA-oids were twittering #boycottHollywood because of what Madonna said at the “women’s march.” (She said she wanted to blow up the White House.)

      Pathetic. Hollywood is an entrenched part of our economy, and all these idiots will rush out to see Maleficent2 when it comes out.

      And Lion will buy Katy Perry’s next CD. She was at the march too.

      Face it, the left controls the cultural discourse.


      January 21, 2017 at 6:45 pm

      • I’ve never bought a Katy Perry CD, I only watch the free music videos on YouTube.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 21, 2017 at 11:55 pm

      • Boycott them as well. Someone gets a cut from the ads, and it all flows into enhancing her reputation.

        One thing about capitalists is that they are cowards. No one seems to remember how they backed down on the Duck Dynasty business. As soon as Phil said something anti-gay, Cracker Barrel dropped them. CB was then the subject of a spontaneous, massive, boycott, and for once the boycott worked, because it was real, not some trumped up phony thing on twitter.

        Cracker Barrel backed down.


        January 22, 2017 at 11:08 am

      • You don’t buy CDs. You check ’em out of your local library, rip ’em, and serve them at full CD quality from a cheap PC netted into your sound system. In a good-sized city with a few colleges, you’ll have a killer collection as fast as you can rip. (Hint: put multiple optical drives in the PC to speed things up.)

        Richard Bicker

        January 22, 2017 at 12:53 am

      • I do that, but a lot of fanz don’t. Anyway, the point is that normie and America hating c*nt Katy Perry deserves exile to a labor camp, while she will be massively compensated because guys like Lion think she’s pretty.

        As for Madonna, she’s an ugly old hag now, but rich as hell. Again, deserves to be exiled, but won’t be. She’ll die richer than everyone here, times a gazillion.


        January 22, 2017 at 1:09 pm

      • “because guys like Lion think she’s pretty”

        Written as if I’m in some strange minority.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 22, 2017 at 1:17 pm

      • No, that’s a misunderstanding. I’m saying that she’s evidently malignant, and you will give her a pass because of her looks.

        And the HBD crowd says women are incapable of rational thought!


        January 22, 2017 at 1:36 pm

      • I thought Madonna moved to the UK about ten years ago, what’s she doing involving herself in US politics? And regarding Katy Perry, what hetero male has ever taken his eyes off her other assets long enough to listen to what she says? It’s like trying to remember something Jane Mansfield said.


        January 22, 2017 at 9:45 am

      • I think Katy Perry’s song lyrics are interesting and creative.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 22, 2017 at 11:33 am

      • Madge moved back after her divorce from Guy Ritchie. Her son Rocco has deserted her to live with his pa. There was a huge custody fight but she couldn’t get Rocco to live with her. He’s about 16 I think.

        I hope he ends up a Republican conservative.


        January 22, 2017 at 1:10 pm

      • “song lyrics”

        Can you give an example? I don’t know a damn thing about her, and I’m not gonna look it up. If you like her so much this should not be difficult.


        January 22, 2017 at 1:59 pm

      • Madonna needs to be arrested for incitement.

        not too late

        January 22, 2017 at 7:52 pm

  8. Goodwin point is that when you disagree with someone, you will be called a nazi or a fascist.
    I think now you could agree with someone and call him a fascist :

    A treacherous elite as sold the people to foreigners for money : i don’t see how a message could be more fascist than that litteraly . I don’t mean it’s false or bad, but it sures is fascist or nothing is fascist. The interior ennemy is not jew, red communist, freemasons or arnachist, but “washington”. Perhaps it makes a difference , i dont know …. The other thing is that Trump is not opposed to democracy yet and on the contrary want to restore democracy. It’s in the restauration you d rather be vigilant people !

    Bruno from Paris

    January 21, 2017 at 4:23 am

    • I explain that modern European Nationalists are by definition not Fascists, but Parliamentary Nationalists (or Democratic Nationalists) here – and do be sure to follow the discussion thread:

      The name we select to rectify today is Nationalism as it is understood within the context of contemporary Western Europe. The question around its name is whether the European nationalists of today are correctly equated with Fascists.

      The answer is no; their historical parallels are to the Anglo-Saxon model of Parliamentary Nationalism, or Democratic Nationalism, particularly the American Nationalist model. Parliamentary Nationalism is the advancement of the interests of the nation state combined with robust democratic and property rights for citizens.

      If the connection between European Parliamentary Nationalists and American Nationalism is not obvious to conservative Americans it is because they take it for granted that American Democracy will pursue nationalistic objectives and remain Democratic. At the same time American conservatives never associate the actual practice of American Democracy with the word ‘Nationalism’.

      This is not the case for the history of Continental Europe where Nationalism has only recently been tied to constitutional rights.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      January 21, 2017 at 11:49 am

    • You make a good point.

      Two in the Bush

      January 21, 2017 at 3:52 pm

    • when you disagree with someone, you will be called a nazi or a fascist.

      Or in the case of disagreeing w/ obama, you will be called a racist!

      E. Rekshun

      January 21, 2017 at 4:21 pm

      • Political correctness was implemented by the left in order to silence opposing viewpoints. If the left doesn’t like your opinion they call you any number of names (racist, sexist, homophobe, islamophobe,, etc) to signal that your view is unacceptable in a civilized society. Political correctness allows the left to control academia, the msm, and popular culture. The election of Trump and the rise of outlets like Breitbart and Drudge represent a backlash against the stranglehold of political correctness. Millions of people are fed up with politically correct BS.

        Lewis Medlock

        January 23, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    • You make a good point.

      I would like to see the reaction if Le Pen says the Nationalism of FN is Democratic Nationalism because it would be true and it would help further distinguish her party from the Fascist label.

      None of the European Nationalist parties qualify as Fascist if they aren’t planning warfare against their European neighbors – and with their demographics they could hardly afford to go on a military rampage even if they wanted to.

      As historically illiterate as the Left now is, Fascism was a real ideology and it deserves a proper defined.

      I list these common features of Fascism as it was actually practiced, not as it has been described in anti-Trump #hastags:

      1) Fascist economics was a hybrid of Capitalism and Socialism; Capitalistic policies pacified elites while Socialist programs won the favor of the working class.
      2) The party leadership was overwhelmingly drawn from middle and working class parvenus.
      3) In previous eras, when European Royalty still commanded authority, no Fascist leader would have risen to absolute power.
      4) Despite not being derived from the high ranks, Fascist leadership preferred to assimilate the existing Old Guard into their systems.
      5) Fascist cults of personality openly emphasized the self-sacrifice and obedience of the collective to the will of one demagogic ruler. Of course Stalin had his own cult of personality as did FDR, but both did so while presenting themselves as champions of universalism; the Fascists never pretended to be anything but absolute rulers.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      January 21, 2017 at 5:35 pm

  9. I really hope Trump will be very successful.

    Because if he’s not , the dangerous blaming and shaming process will start. If China retaliates, and supposed she’s much more successful with his neighbours because of it’s trade deals and highest average IQ – and she withdrow the money in the USA, do you think he is a person who will say, that’s a fair fight and we have to take care for ourselves and see if we can do better than them or he will blame anyone for rigging the process. And do you think people will be objective or prefer a goat ? There is danger here. It’s good there are objective populist like O’Reilly because an Hannity would follow Trump in whatever crazy stuff he says (except if it’s against right wing religious values).

    Bruno from Paris

    January 21, 2017 at 4:53 am

    • Trump is facing a challenge he hasn’t faced in the business world; people wanting to destroy him no matter the cost to themselves. If the post election period has taught us anything, it’s that the old rules about civility and respecting the process is out the window. It’s a brave new world

      Mike Street Station

      January 21, 2017 at 9:45 am

    • Trump will be fine. He seems to have an okay relationship with congress and the Republican congressional seats are basically all safe seats do to gerrymandering and polarization. Most of the stuff Trump wants to do he can do on his own, without any congressional help, and he can horse trade for the rest.

      It’s tough to gauge Trump’s current approval rating. We are seeing tons of polls that have him in the 30s, but Rasmussen, Reuters/Ipsos and PPD both have him over 50, and those were 3 of the better general election polls (although I really don’t trust Reuters/Ipsos). Gallup had him at 44 last they checked.

      My only concern is that a recession sometime in the next 4 years is a certainty. Bush Jr. dealt with a quasi recession and managed to win re-election, but it could get tricky for Trump if the economy hasn’t recovered by mid 2020.

      Otis the Sweaty

      January 21, 2017 at 10:30 am

      • “My only concern is that a recession sometime in the next 4 years is a certainty.”

        Yes, but if Trump handles immigration, the effect of any recession will be greatly diminished. The only “impact” of a recession is jobs. The bulk of people aren’t especially impacted by stock market drops. If you have a job during a recession, it’s not a recession for you.

        If Trump stops the flow of new workers in the nation, and sends some millions back (either forcefully or by cutting off benes), then it will open up plenty of job opportunities, and also drive up wages. In this scenario, most of white America, at least, won’t even notice there’s a recession going on.


        January 21, 2017 at 11:30 am

      • peterike: you don’t think the Japanese workers have noticed the 8 recessions in Japan since 1990?

        Otis the Sweaty

        January 21, 2017 at 3:01 pm

      • There won’t be a recession, but the federal budget will collapse due to healthcare sometime in the 5 years. So there will be a depression, since healthcare is 20% of GDP and 40% of government spending. Once that’s over life will be better for everyone, but the US republic may not endure given all the divisions.

        If Trump successfully deports all illegals by 2018 and there is a wall and he curb stomps republicans like Lindsey Grahm out of office by rallying his troops in their districts he may have a shot at the 2020 election through a combination of voter suppression, better demographics, and gerrymandering.

        Trumps base didn’t vote for him because of actual bread on the table, Trump’s base wants optics (including the blue collars). Ie someone they perceive is fighting for them. They thought Obama was fighting for them, but later found out he wasn’t.

        Dindu turnout will remain low in 2020 unless dems run a black man/woman. Trump may be able to overcome the race hurdle by peeling off a few more % of the black middle class if he delivers them some pork and safety in their neighborhoods. This is somewhat at odds with dismantling the federal beauracracy (black jobs matter).

        There is probably a massive splintering in the black community between blacks along safety lines. There are the ones who don’t want to die due to a gangbang so even if they vote heavily on racial lines, Trump’s safety measures might seem appealing. On the flip side if he locks up their sons and daughters who are always innocent they might choose not to vote for him. It’s a coin toss.

        At the very least a purge of Mexican illegals and possible deportation of those born here (there is political will to deport criminals here who were born to illegals) would improve black lives because they wouldn’t be engaging in constant tribal genocide/warfare.

        Trump can do little budget wise because the US credit card is maxed out, but if he fixes healthcare (by prosecuting the medical monopolies) then approximately 3,000,000 upper middle class people will become destitute (insurance execs, doctors, nurses), but the remaining 99% of Americans will flourish. It’ll be the weirdest depression ever, where total GDP craters, but wealth inequality also craters (partly due to the destruction of the upper middle class, but mostly because everybody else got 80% richer due to the price collapse and cheap healthcare). Most of those people voted for Hillary anyway.

        If Trump has the will (because we know he has the balls) he can crush higher education and the medical care sectors (two pillars of the cathedral) he can end liberal grip on this country. He can do it easily because the rat bastards have been in violation of monopoly and fair pricing laws for years.

        It will be a chaotic period, but also the single greatest oppurtunity to fix the United States.


        January 21, 2017 at 3:29 pm

      • “peterike: you don’t think the Japanese workers have noticed the 8 recessions in Japan since 1990?”

        Well if they had shipped away 10 or 20 million people, maybe not so much.


        January 21, 2017 at 3:46 pm

      • @peterike,

        Do you realize that there is a generation of Americans who don’t know how to work?

        Moreover, a lot of the skilled labor in NYC is foreign, and I suspect they are illegal. Their replacements are coming from where?


        “Trump is facing a challenge he hasn’t faced in the business world; people wanting to destroy him no matter the cost to themselves.”

        I agree. In business you fold when you reach the sunk cost threshold. In politics there isn’t any such thing. I just hope LOL the Russians have given him lots of dirt on his enemies. That was a joke, of course.


        January 21, 2017 at 6:49 pm

  10. A lot of the looters are clearly identifiable in the video footage, mostly bearded white-hipster douchebags. I hope Trump makes a point of tracking them down and bringing them to justice; that would be a great way of setting the stage for the next four years.

    Feeder Farmer

    January 21, 2017 at 5:23 am

  11. Was there. Narrative is bs. Everything was super smooth. Facemasks should not be allowed.


    January 21, 2017 at 9:40 am

  12. What to do? Masks while threatening in is illegal in DC and many other places. It is the folks with masks that are the trouble makers. The police need to crack down on facemasks.


    January 21, 2017 at 9:52 am

  13. Trump needs to say that these masked protesters are the Klan.


    January 21, 2017 at 10:02 am

    • Most of those masked “protestors” are anarchists and revolutionary communists. They’ve all been arrested dozens of times, and many of them have tangled with the police. These are not wimpy, whiny liberals. They’re veteran troublemakers, who are very angry and, in many cases, emotionally disturbed.

      Lewis Medlock

      January 21, 2017 at 11:44 am

      • 4chan doxxed the antifa guy who punched Richard Spencer at the inauguration. It turns out he is a submissive who literally eats shit.


        January 21, 2017 at 6:12 pm

  14. I thought how boring is my own country elections and then thinking about it, it’s the contrary.

    There is a big chance will have a final roud, Marine Le Pen against Jean-Luc Melenchon and that will be an implosion of the system : Jean-Luc Melenchon is like a Bernie Sanders on steroid. And Marine Le Pen is much more leftist than Trump, but her party, long time militants are really far right : that’s why Nigel Farage never accepted an alliance with her, and when she came to Trump tower recently, Trump didn’t accept to see her (yet).

    I don’t know wich one of them would win, France is right leaning but people here are contrarian, but whichever win, it’s a big chance in UE policy. The german- french alliance wich is at the core of UE since 1945 wouldn’t last if any of those two is in power .

    PS : That’s big for the world : we are a slow growing part of the world, decaying since 150 years, but we still are one of the 500 millions richest people (knowing we’ve integreted poor greek/portugese/spaniards and 10 east europeans countries), second after USA in nominal GDP, china being third, and second after China, in purchasing power parity, USA being third in that case. And almost all the most beautiful cities (lots of 300 000 habitants cities with lively historial centers) where you can enjoy life (going to travel by bike in a beautiful setting) are here in europe (in my experience) . And if you look at ethnic statistics, we are still the reservoir of white people for the world (more than half of the white people are europeans, and 100% have european roots almost by definition).

    Bruno from Paris

    January 21, 2017 at 10:24 am

    • I live in the US and even I know that Melenchon has no chance of getting to the second round. Le Pen will win round 1 and Fillon will win the run off. Nothing will change for 7 years and then Le Pen or her niece will be able to win next time.

      Otis the Sweaty

      January 21, 2017 at 3:08 pm

      • Melenchon has no chance, but Macron is only a few points back from Fillon in the latest polls. If Macron can get ahead of Fillon, Le Pen would stand a great shot in the runoff.


        January 22, 2017 at 2:30 am

    • Nothing will change for 7 years and then Le Pen or her niece will be able to win next time.

      And then America deploys Otis to France to commence the extermination of the French immigrant communities.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      January 21, 2017 at 5:28 pm

  15. The funniest thing about these protestors is that they are the exact same people who a few years back were throwing rocks to protest “globalism.” So now that we’ve elected the LEAST globalist President in maybe 100 years, they are rock throwing for… what, exactly? I guess they are pro-globalist now. Certainly Hillary Clinton was the most overtly, openly Globalist candidate ever.

    These jerks just like protesting. Hey, I guess it’s fun to run rampant. A few get their heads cracked, but most get away clean. And there’s all those cute SJW chicks to hit on. Probably getting bloodied up a little is a great way to get some.


    January 21, 2017 at 11:34 am

    • These jerks just like protesting.

      The simplest answer is often the best.

      A good historical context for what we’re witnessing can be found here: A Nation of Outsiders: How the White Middle Class Fell in Love with Rebellion in Postwar America (2011) by Grace Elizabeth Hale, a history professor at the University of Virginia.

      Hale observed that agitators on both the left and the right see themselves as heroic rebels fighting against the establishment and the status quo. That self-image applies across the political spectrum, from the Occupy Wall Streeters and the Berniacs on the left to the Tea Party conservatives on the right. It applies to most political movements in the U.S. since the 1950s. A classic instance was the Southern black civil rights movement of the 1950s that attracted hordes of white Northern middle-class students to join the cause.

      In many cases, this romanticization of one’s role in society enables losers to inflate their egos and self-image and, as an added benefit, attract like-minded sexual partners.

      Mark Caplan

      January 21, 2017 at 3:49 pm

  16. Latias

    January 21, 2017 at 12:29 pm

  17. It’s a world of lies. . .

    The Bushes and Hinckley families were good friends! Never reported! Just given a taxi driver lone gunmen story.

    Poppy Bush also had a hand in the JFK assassination!

    It’s a giant war for mongrelization/globalization waged by a tiny elite!

    There is no honesty; there is no good faith between peoples. . .


    January 21, 2017 at 1:15 pm

  18. hi lion.
    i use the telegram messenger.
    for privacy etc.
    he has an old abandoned but still live channelthere. with fans replacing emojis w trump pics. brilliant.
    sorry. old phone w/o commatA. and frozen fingrrs&brAin in europe -18°C.
    thanks to napleon bonaparte


    January 21, 2017 at 5:35 pm

  19. The left in Boston was apparently completely peaceful. Maybe because we don’t have many NAMs?

    Peter Akuleyev

    January 22, 2017 at 5:22 am

    • Boston isn’t a sanctuary city or a truly blue metropolis.


      January 22, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      • Boston ain’t what it used to be, sadly. Hillary got 64% of the vote in Stephen Lynch’s district.


        January 22, 2017 at 3:42 pm

  20. eh eh , the first round of left primary has seen Benoît Hamon winning against every pronostic. And he is exactly like Melenchon : his message Environment + Multiculturalism + fighting islamophobia (critics of woman place in Islam are racist people ) + repentence against colonialism + muslim are a chance for France + etc …. You see the picture. So perhaps two candidates for this kind of idea is a bit too much, but as Hamon is a young cute stupid and Melenchon is an old clever very good at giving inflamatory speeches, Melenchon has a chance to be in the 2nd round in french election.

    Bruno from Paris

    January 22, 2017 at 4:38 pm

  21. You mean black people.


    January 22, 2017 at 5:21 pm

  22. From Reddit:

    “I am a firefighter a few minutes from KellyAnne’s town and Sunday night emergency services were called to her house for a package containing a suspicious powder. It is more than threats now, literally straight up domestic terrorism”

    Scum of the earth.


    January 24, 2017 at 2:03 pm

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