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Prole white gentiles love Israel

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I was listening to Breitbart radio this week. The big news story of the week was Trump’s announcement that the United States will move its embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Breitbart radio has a call-in format, and caller after caller expressed their love for Israel and the Jews and their delight that Trump finally moved the embassy to Jerusalem.

It was very eye-opening. Of course, I’ve read somewhere that evangelical Christians support Israel, but there’s a big difference between reading about it and hearing these prole white gentiles speak for themselves, and hear the genuine love of Israel in their voices, and their joy that Trump is finally moving the embassy to Jerusalem.

Reading internet sites like Steve Sailer, one gets the impression of a vast army of anti-Semites on the right. Listening to Breitbart radio was a reminder that those voices, although loud, are small in number and have little to do with the Trumpist movement. (And in between callers, there was a lot of despair by the radio show hosts that Breitbart is condemned by liberals as an anti-Semitic website.)

Meanwhile, the self-hatred of elite liberal Jews who oppose Trump and hate him for moving the embassy, is very sad. The worst enemy of Jews, after the Muslims, are Jews themselves.

Last night in Sweden, a synagogue was attacked by a crowd of 20+ Muslims throwing Molotov cocktails. It’s very lucky that no Jews were killed in the attack. This is what happens when you let too many Muslims into a country. Once again, prole white gentiles are the best friends of Jews, because they support Trump’s proposed (but never enacted upon) ban on Muslim immigration, while self-hating liberal elite Jews condemn Trump and clamor for more Jew-hating Muslims to be admitted.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

December 10, 2017 at EST pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Why hire women at all?

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/rep-trent-franks-of-arizona-is-expected-to-resign/2017/12/07/479d156a-db9f-11e7-b859-fb0995360725_story.html

In this story, the Congressman in question:

Did not have sex with any staffers
Did not inappropriately touch any staffers
Did not ask any staffers to have sex with him, at least not directly, and I honestly don’t think it’s what he meant
Did not threaten any staffers with career consequences or any consequences at all

But somehow he has still done something wrong.

Seems to me like you are better off only hiring men. Then you don’t have to worry that you might accidentally say the wrong thing and get sued and have to resign from Congress.

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gothamette writes:

Why hire women?

Because you can hire them for less.

A friend once told me about a clever solo practitioner atty/accountant, one of those Orthodox Jewish high IQ autistic men, who hired only highly intelligent, obese women. He figured correctly that they would be excellent, loyal employees, because they could not stand the humiliation of job interviews, and would be forever pathetically grateful.

I don’t believe that women can actually be hired for less, not women who can do the same quality work as a man.

Except maybe for the older ugly women. In fact, hiring ugly people of both sexes is probably a good hiring strategy, because ugly people are discriminated against so you can pick them up for less money and they will be more loyal employees.

On the other hand, pretty young women are the WORST type of employees to have.

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Magnavox writes:

You shouldn’t enjoy watching men get persecuted and purged because they belong to the other, equally stupid political party. Don’t be a cuck and put your own interests above those of the party you happen to vote for.

This purge only applies to men in politics and media/entertainment. It has nothing to do with regular cubicle workers who have already had these rules applied to them for a long time.

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December 8, 2017 at EST am

A fugitive from justice caught in Honduras

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http://www.kentucky.com/news/state/article188059879.html

What’s not explained in the article:

How did the FBI find out he was in Honduras?

Why did the government of Honduras cooperate if they don’t have an extradition treaty with the United States?

How can Harvey Weinstein escape justice the way that Roman Polanski did, and not like the guy in the article who got caught?

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

December 5, 2017 at EST am

Posted in Uncategorized

Automation to put 70 million Americans out of work

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2017/11/30/robots-could-soon-replace-nearly-a-third-of-the-u-s-workforce/?utm_term=.45a413bf9cbe

The Washington Post reports on a study that alleges that between now and 2030, that’s only 13 years, automation will put 70 million Americans out of work.

We must stop immigration now. The argument that we need immigrants to do jobs Americans won’t do is false. The economy of the future needs fewer workers, not more.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

December 1, 2017 at EST am

Posted in Robots, Uncategorized

Handwritten notes better for learning than laptops

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New York Times article about research that showed that students who brought laptops to class learned less and had worse grades than student who were only took pen and paper.

I’ve heard about such research before. And I assumed that the benefit of hand note-taking is that it’s slower, which forces the student to think about what was said in order to condense it into something short enough to write down. When taking notes with a computer, it’s easy to fall into trap of just transcribing what was said without thinking about it.

As I’ve previously theorized, there are three main ways of learning: by reasoning, by rote memorization, and by mimicking. The first way, learning by reasoning, is the type of learning that is highly correlated with IQ, or with what Jensen and Cattell and those guys called g. Hand note-taking enhances learning by reasoning by forcing the note-taker to think about what was said. And because people in school are thinking about what’s said at lectures in order to take notes, it’s one of the reasons why people with higher IQ tend to learn more in college and get better grades.

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November 24, 2017 at EST pm

Raymond B. Cattell quote from 1984

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“Societies in the past that have become too pluralistic, like India, and the old Mediterranean countries like the Roman Empire, didn’t perceive the danger to moral standards that arose from having too many differing moral standards, too many differing religions, too many differing cultures. On the other hand, there are advantages to a country in having some diversity, in that each can be used as an experiment to see in which direction the group as a whole might advantageously go. I think that there’s a happy medium on this matter of diversity, and it has probably been overshot in the U.S. at the present. Alienation is now quite severe, and it’s partly due to wholesale, unchecked immigration. Few politicians seem willing to confront the issue. I think it might not be a bad idea to remove the inscription from the Statue of Liberty which calls for the ‘wretched refuse’ of the other countries to migrate here. This is not what you want to build a nation of.”

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I agree with the above, and it’s the main reason I hate Democrats, even though Democrats may be more right than Republicans on issues like healthcare and taxes. Unchecked immigration and moral decline and lack of national unity are what’s going to destroy our nation.

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November 17, 2017 at EST pm

A fifth woman?

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According to the NY Times:

The new accuser, Beverly Young Nelson, told a news conference in New York that Mr. Moore attacked her when she was 16 and he was a prosecutor in Etowah County, Ala. Ms. Nelson was represented at the news conference by Gloria Allred, a lawyer who has championed victims of sexual harassment.

“I tried fighting him off, while yelling at him to stop, but instead of stopping, he began squeezing my neck attempting to force my head onto his crotch,” Ms. Nelson said in a statement she issued at the news conference. She said Mr. Moore warned her that “no one will believe you” if she told anyone about the encounter in his car.

This accusation sounds fake to me. Her story is inconsistent with the Washington Post article where it appeared that Roy Moore liked them young, but approached those teenagers with nice-guy beta-male white-knight game, and was completely non-violent. I got the impression that he saw himself as a good guy (yes, even though most people reading the Washington Post story seem eager to get the impression that he’s a creep/pervert/child molester/whatever).

This new story sounds just like the sort of fake accusation that someone would make up for political reasons, which is why I find it less believable.

That Gloria Allred is already involved is also highly suspicious.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

November 13, 2017 at EST pm

Posted in Politics, Uncategorized

Is police brutality a good thing?

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Commenter Garr writes:

Police brutality is a good thing. Instead of charging people with crimes, police should just beat them up and let them go. This would be cheaper, have a more powerful deterrent effect, and be less damaging to beaten thugs in the long run than losing years of their lives in prison.

Given the collateral consequences of being involved with the criminal justice system (merely an on-the-record arrest, with no conviction or prosecution, can ruin a person’s employability), yes, I think one is better off getting an extra-judicial beating by the cops than being officially arrested and prosecuted.

Plus, psychologically, the effect of immediate punishment is more effective in deterring future bad behavior than the slow drip-drip-drip of the criminal justice system. Punishing a dog or a cat a day after it does something wrong has zero deterrent effect. Human criminals are closer to animals than smart high future-time-orientation elites realize.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

November 12, 2017 at EST pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Devin Kelley: prole loser rage

More info at the Daily Mail and NY Daily News

1. Estranged from wife
2. Wife is cute!
3. Had a previous wife
4. Sent threatening text messages in-laws.
5. In-laws were members of the church he shot up, but were not attending that day
6. Was fired from the security guard job.

I am sure that his in-laws thought he was a good-for-nothing unemployed loser who they hated for being violent to their daughter. And Kelley returned the hate.

This looks like a case of prole loser rage (but with two wives, I wouldn’t call it beta-male rage), plus an ideology of hating religious people. I suspect that, growing up in Texas, at school the religious kids were at the top of the social order that picked on him.

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A commenter asks:

One might wonder how a weirdo like this guy was able to convince not one but two women to marry him, at least one of whom is reasonably attractive. But a non-trivial subset of women making seemingly bizarre decisions to marry the worst men they can get their hands on is just another sign of the apocalypse. It may be that his dark triad personality traits were the only thing these ladies found attractive about him.

I think it must have been his violent edge, which made him sexier than a regular beta male who would never assault a woman or a baby.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

November 6, 2017 at EST pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Terrorist attack in Manhattan!

Six people killed after gunman driving Home Depot truck rips through bike lane, yells ‘Allahu Akbar!’

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Eight people killed.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

October 31, 2017 at EST pm

Posted in News, Uncategorized

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