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Let’s Review: Of Shitlibopolises and the Killers of American Girls

The Stifling Uniformity Of Shitlibopolises |  All the big blue shitlib cities are the same — same shitlibbery, same slogans, same bumper stickers and window signs, same restaurants, same museums filled with the same ugly modern art, same “celebrating diversity” murals, same graphic tees, same apartment and condo glass-encased architecture, same local papers written in the same smug activist style, same craft breweries and gin distilleries, same nightclubs, same bars, same faux grimy music halls, same luxury indie theaters, same outdoor hanging lights, same “ironic” themed Millennial venues, same vintage shops serving the same shabby chic clientele, same cocktails with the same pop culture inspired names, same fertility-killing cost of living, same pride parades, same language of euphemisms to describe the same fucking thing (staying away from blacks and browns), same uber drivers, and same entitled overeducated battlecunt shrikes.

About fifteen or so years ago, a blueprint was set for how to gentrify cities, and it took off like wildfire through every shitlibopolis, sea to syphilitic sea, and in the process all the local flavor, the uniqueness inherent in such a large nation like America, was flattened into a smarmy White hipster beanbag romper room.


Also today, the body of poor, twenty-year-old Mollie Tibbetts was found in an Iowa cornfield. She went jogging in one of those small towns where everybody knows everybody and they leave their doors unlocked. But she ran into an “undocumented” immigrant and he killed her, and her parents will live with that hole in their hearts till the day they die. The AP’s Zeke Miller played it for laughs:

Likely coming to a Trump rally near you…. Investigators: Suspect in Mollie Tibbetts death is in custody, subject to immigration detainer

Funny. Or, per MSNBC, Mollie Tibbetts is “some girl in Iowa Fox News is talking about”. Because, as the pajama boys at Mediaite will tell you, only “racist fearmongers” are boorish enough to make a fuss about homicidal illegal aliens. It’s no surprise that a bureaucracy that can’t deport a Nazi in fourteen years cannot reliably inform its citizens just how long Mollie Tibbetts’ killer has been in the country. He broke into a nation that has supposedly been on “orange alert” since September 12th 2001, but the authorities cannot tell us when he did it – except that he’s been here “between four and seven years”. Close enough for government workThe Priorities of US Justice :: SteynOnline

Revenge of the Nerds |   I’ve tried to describe the kind of spastic weirdo who goes into academia. Since this is the Internet, I assume everyone knows at least one guy who is waaaaaay too into Dungeons and Dragons, anime, or something like that.  Now, give that person a very nice upper middle class salary, tons of free time in which to feed his obsessions, an entire socioeconomic ecosystem designed to feed his sense of smug superiority, and actual power over the lives and careers of attractive, popular young people.  In short, imagine this goober* with the ability to ruin, or at least significantly screw up, your entire life. That’s every professor in America.

Trump’s Character and Trump’s Presidency –   The posture of these NeverTrumpers is transparently self-serving. It preserves their intellectual credentials as “conservatives,” and simultaneously takes them out of the line of fire from an increasingly vicious Left whose goal is to destroy Trump and his presidency, and—incidentally—conservative America. Sitting on the fence affords them new career opportunities—appearances on CNN and MSNBC and columns in the New York Times. All that’s required is that they avoid taking sides in the political war that is engulfing the country. All this reminds me of a memorable Trotsky sneer about liberals, whom he accused of being reluctant to step into the stream of political conflict because they were afraid to get their moral principles wet.

The Futurism Is Not Bright |  Google’s business model was a complete accident. Like most tech companies, it was supposed to be a pump and dump. Page and Brin wanted to sell their search engine once it gained popularity. When they could not find a buyer, they figured out how to turn it into a roadside bandit, charging tolls via ad dollars. They correctly saw that the search engine was a bottleneck and the bottleneck is always the best place to skim from the users. Google simply taxes people on their way from one service to another. 

Decline in the Fall (or Late Summer, Anyway)   Blacks, fourteen percent of the country, are congenitally furious at whites. They neither assimilate nor want to. Whether they should doesn’t matter since it will not happen. They give their children strange names to differentiate them from whites, maintain a separate language sometimes called Ebonics–blacks in other countries learn to speak normally–and concentrate in huge all-black Sowetos: Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago, Newark, Trenton , Camden, Atlanta, Milwaukee, East St. Louis, New Orleans. And many others. Horrific crime and horrific schools produce each year a large cohort who, barely literate, will for fifty years be unable to fit into the economy or into white (or Hispanic) society. This will not change. If it were going to, it would have.

Ex CIA official to Trump supporter: We’re done  

 Philip Mudd’s Racial Slur Almanac – YouTube

  Vapid Painter of Vapid Paintings of Vapid People Is Proud of Vapid Achievement:   “The thing I’m most proud of is my finish—the finish on the painting. After three months, the shine goes away, but the surface keeps changing. Oil paint moves, unlike acrylic. In five years, it’s much richer, and you can see into the black. It took me years to get to this finish.” Alex Katz’s Life in Art | The New Yorker

Saddle Ridge Hoard –   The owners of the property discovered the trove while they were walking their dog on their property. Although they had reportedly hiked the trail numerous times previously, it was not until they spotted a rust-covered metal can poking out of the ground that they chose to explore further… After Mary noticed the can, John bent down to pick it up, but found that it was stuck in the dirt. He began to use a piece of wood to pry it from the ground. It was so heavy that they believed that the can likely held lead paint. On their walk back to their house, struggling to carry the weight of the find, the lid of the can cracked open, revealing the edge of a single gold coin. They returned to the site with some hand tools to see if they could find anything else. They found another can about a foot away from where the first can was discovered. Although it was partially decomposed due to rust, it held several more coins. They continued to return to the site to look for more coins, primarily digging in the ground and eventually using a metal detector. Their work eventually resulted in the discovery of eight cans filled with 1,427 coins.

The Triangulation of Empire |   At dawn, having reached over eleven thousand feet, he would call a halt. The damp patch at the small of his back beneath his rucksack would go instantly cold as the peak of the massif in front of him attained a rosy glow. He would then suit up and slather his face with cream to protect it from the sun. One of his assistants would unrope and cross to the next ridge with the target mark and two-meter rule. To distract himself from the cold, Michael would estimate the distance and the time it would take his assistant to get there. Using a hammer and chisel to prepare a foothold, he would then remove the tripod from its case and plant it on the ground.

The Fiery Angel | Belmont Club   Walsh convincingly demonstrates that culture anticipated and even precipitated great events.  There should be no surprises there.  It seems self-evident that culture, especially language, art and religion, provide the ‘framework’ for the more ‘practical’ functions of civilization.  Indeed it would be shocking if they did not.   Yet it is even more shocking to realize that many believe the  exact opposite: that Western culture is irrelevant or worse, antagonistic to our modern conveniences.   The deliberate Leftist amputation of culture from Western civilization and its replacement by a Woke prosthesis is the second great theme of Walsh’s book.  The cultural left are on a mission:

to reduce the stories €”call them exemplars €”to the status of mere myths or fairy tales … is precisely the aim of those who would separate Western civilization from its origins … they can be made to seem manifestations of, say, the “patriarchy,”€ or clear evidence of a conspiracy against women, homosexuals, and people of color. This is the essence of cultural Marxism, the Left’€™s answer to Lukács’€™s famous question, “Who will save us from Western culture?”


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  • Harry August 22, 2018, 12:05 PM

    I hate to sound foolish, but “front hole” – would that be upper or lower?

  • Monty James August 22, 2018, 1:40 PM

    “Front hole”. Can’t say they aren’t romantic.

  • BillH August 22, 2018, 1:54 PM

    Monty – How about anterior orifice. I think it has a ring to it, and for romance, a lot of words rhyme with orifice, almost, e.g. purulence, querulous, scurrilous, tortuous, uranus, virulence.

  • John the River August 22, 2018, 1:55 PM

    Let us embrace diversity, lets build a pyramid and name it “Molly” (blessed be her name). And lets on it’s peak heap the ripped out hearts of a thousand illegal immigrants.

    Who could object to that?

  • Andy August 22, 2018, 2:09 PM

    “This is gender-inclusive language that’s considerate of the fact that some trans people don’t identify with the labels the medical community attaches to their genitals.”

    But hey, why look to the medical community for information about our bodies? If you find yourself in a situation in which you “don’t identify with the labels the medical community” uses to describe you, the medical community is probably not the one getting it wrong.

    “That’s not my vagina, doctor.”
    “Oh, my bad. I guess this isn’t your cervical cancer, either. You may return to class.”

    But that’s just the way it works. Take the obvious and established things like vaginas, simply say “no,” and tell yourself that’s enough to exclude you from good Dr. Peterson’s 1 in 10.

  • Skorpion August 22, 2018, 2:15 PM

    Yet the term “front butt,” used to describe an overweight woman’s rump-like distended belly, is considered offensive.

  • jwm August 22, 2018, 3:50 PM

    Let’s see… “front hole” would soon be contracted to “fron’ole”, which would soon be contracted to “frun’l”, at which time it would become a slur. (The clerk at the DMV was a total frun’l!)
    And besides. The term has to be some kinda’ “ist” because it excludes frun’l-less tranzwymyn who have a tubedrain instead of a frun’l. Or something.


  • Howard Nelson August 22, 2018, 10:01 PM

    What’s all this fuss about relabeling nostrils and mouth?

  • Howard Nelson August 22, 2018, 10:01 PM

    What’s all this fuss about relabeling nostrils and mouth?

  • Lawrence Marino August 23, 2018, 3:07 AM

    Who said that you didn’t need thirty round magazines?

  • Snakepit Kansas August 23, 2018, 4:16 AM

    A 30 round magazine would be nice, but after you gut shot the first two, the rest would haul ass.

  • pbird August 23, 2018, 8:27 AM

    Skorpian, I wouldn’t say that “frontbutt” is an entirely female attribute. I see plenty of male ones.

  • Misorganist August 23, 2018, 8:37 AM

    Now, pbird, let the back holes have their fun. A new word for penis is also in order to include those of the female-to-male persuasion. May I suggest micro front hole? I like it better than tubedrain.

  • James August 23, 2018, 9:50 AM

    RE Fred on Everything. Which treaty did Trump break (I would assume any agreement he wants to renegotiate Trump’s doing in a dictatorial fashion and not in accordance with the agreement itself)? Other POTUSes sent troops to Africa but Trump doing so equates to more evidence of a dictatorship. Sanctions – apparently Fred thinks Trump is the only POTUS to have done this as well – dictatorship. Me thinks Fred has caught the TDS bug and is blinded by his own hyperbole.

  • pbird August 24, 2018, 9:23 AM

    Fred has caught the TDS bug and is blinded by his own hyperbole……yup

    Misorganist, I dunno tubedrain is pretty funny!