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“They Hate You” (Post of the Week, and It’s Only Monday)

ZMAN notes: “The Sarah Jeong story has probably been the best thing to happen to our side since Trump came down that escalator. The challenge of this age is in convincing typical white people that it is not socialism they should fear, it is extermination. There are still people waddling around in their tricorn hats talking about the socialist menace. Mention race to them and they start hyperventilating about their constitutional principles. What the Sarah Jeong story does it make it impossible for the normies to avoid the elephant in the room.

“It’s not so much that this Asian airhead hates white people. Blacks have been out in public talking about how much they hate white people since the Civil Rights era. The typical white person has been trained to accept this, by assuming it is meaningless. Blacks are powerless, so their hatreds are no threat. Then you have the subversives like Ben Shapiro telling them that black hatred of whites is really bad for blacks because it keeps them from showing up at CPAC every year to take selfies with adoring white people.

“Asians are supposed to be different. They are the model minority. Typical white people just assume that Asians are on their side. They work hard. They avoid crime and social dysfunction. They come here looking for a chance, give their kids nice names like Sarah and send them off to good colleges. You’ll note that you never hear anyone suggest we should end immigration from Asia. In the blossoming race war, Asians are never in the discussion, because white people just assume they are on the side of Team Whitey.

“All of a sudden one of the model minority has revealed that she hates white people as much as the black street hustler. Even more disturbingly, the people known for eating dogs apparently think white people smell like dogs. It adds a whole new element to what the coalition of non-whites has in mind for us once they get total control. More important, this white hating Asian migrant is defended by so-called conservatives. Ben Shapiro wore his tiny little fingers raw tweeting out defenses of the Times decision to back Jeong.”

RTWT AT : They Hate You | The Z Blog


Cruelty Legitimized. NYT Hires from Caligula’€™s Basement. Applicants Must Supply Own Pliers |  

So why did the Times, the national school marm, bloated with  goodness, give her a pass? Me, I figure it’€™s because  she is a protected twofer, a feminist, and “€œof color.” (Every time I see that phrase, I want to load my Strunk and White with hollow point and let fly, but never mind.) I guess that if she were found to be grinding white orphans into dog food, the Times would say something about her legacy of colonialism and how getting a job at the Times showed discrimination against women and that she was oppressed and making a political statement and anyway it was only a few orphans. Well, unless they were orphans of color. That would be genocide.

I believe I might say to her as follows regarding old white  men, which I happen to be one of:

Now see here, Sweet Potato. I’€™ve got nothing against bile and bitchiness and bad manners and ill-breeding, though I suspect they could be cured by application of a baseball bat. Maybe you should see somebody about this. Sort of, you know, therapy. I understand that we can’€™t all be ladies (though I get the impression that a lot of  men in New York are), and feminists traditionally have the the appeal of the underside of a theater seat. This is usual and as the Good Lord intended.  I cannot complain. What bothers me, Sweet Pea, is your lack of gratitude.

Look around you, Thistle Down. Take your time. Get some binoculars and look out the window. Unscrew the lid on your computer, if you can find a screwdriver with the instructions on the handle. Contemplate at leisure. Reflect. And tell me:

Do you see anything invented by a Korean feminist?

Now, Buckwheat, I don’€™t want to seem other than gallant and gracious. That’€™s just how I am. Urbane and mannered. No one can doubt it. So I would never suggest == €“even think of suggesting == €“that old white men have provided everything that keeps you fed and comfortable while you piss and moan.

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  • Casey Klahn August 6, 2018, 11:33 AM

    This is topical and timely, given the headline on Drudge at the moment: Apple Regulates Hate. Big Brother speak believes hate speech is speech by conservatives.

    I love hate speech, and I love the sniveling, pussified and groveling media. The alternative to the shithouse media is state media. Think about it.

    Covering my own ass. Daily.

  • Ed G. Mann August 6, 2018, 2:26 PM

    For all the white folks that marched against war, who claim to hate those conflicts, you dislike war, That’s a one way street. War likes you and it’s coming like the Twentieth Century Limited out of that dark tunnel at full speed.
    Never think of what the Left wants to do, would like to do, but only what they CAN do. They can kill you one at a time. You will know it when you’re face to face with screeching epicanthic folds.

  • ghostsniper August 6, 2018, 2:54 PM

    Who bitch dis iz?

  • Howard Nelson August 6, 2018, 2:54 PM

    Great principled and courageous stand by Ben Shapiro for free speech, even when the speech is hateful. And best of all the NYT has exposed itself as promoting hate, bigotry, slander, and stupendous stupidity.
    Look for more blatant ‘All The News From Loos Szzt To Print.’
    Let’s hope we don’t fall into the crap trap by assuming Sarah Jeong represents anyone but her own sad self.

  • Jeff Brokaw August 6, 2018, 8:51 PM

    I favor transparency over lies and obfuscation, so when the NYT finally gathers up the courage to publicly defend hiring an obvious hate-filled waste of oxygen like her, then I’m OK with accepting that the NYT is finally ready to admit to the world that it’s a garbage newspaper.

    Let your freak flag fly, NYT! Thanks for clearing that up!

  • Joe August 6, 2018, 9:32 PM

    “Great principled and courageous stand by Ben Shapiro for free speech, even when the speech is hateful.”

    You just applied the words “principled” and “courageous” to Ben Shapiro. Without a /sarc tag. He is quite clearly neither.

  • Kauf Buch August 6, 2018, 10:33 PM

    a picture is worth a thousand words
    from Thomas Wictor

  • Ten August 6, 2018, 11:44 PM

    So then, in this ‘issue’ the right gets to explain to the world how very much like the left it is. Let’s check some boxes:

    -Projecting hate. Check. The right is the new left where psychotically determining for it just where the faults of The Other lie.
    -Public revulsion over bigotry. Check. The right can identify a bigot at fifty yards, just like any good leftist.
    -Claiming back the civil rights era. Lotsa checks. Why, it’s as if the right invented equality as a badge of historical something something something.
    -Singling out a color because it’s righteous. More checks. The right has reinvented color-sensitive virtue with the best of the left’s zealots.
    -Getting a Target Du Jour fired. Available checks abound. What good is the right’s Public Decency Act if you can’t get some folks wrecked?
    -And being absolutely colorblind by never being anything like colorblind. Contradiction checked! Who needs the left to invent meaningless non-issues when we have the racially-churchy right to do it?

    Any I missed?

  • pbird August 7, 2018, 7:32 AM


  • jwm August 7, 2018, 7:39 AM

    “…Any I missed?”
    Just the ability to write a clear sentence, or express a coherent thought.


  • Ten August 7, 2018, 8:02 AM

    Love your blog, JWM. Could be time for you to do some more hallucinogens but this time do use more commas. Like little pauses for readers to gasp and catch their breath, they must add to the immense gravitas of your self-amplifying literary works – the punctual haikus of long form prose.

    Anyway, good to see the ostensible right still has its small-r reactionary instincts to guide it in its many victories over leftism. Toodles.

  • jwm August 7, 2018, 8:26 AM

    Talks like a fag. It figures.


  • Ten August 7, 2018, 8:36 AM

    How generous of you to add that nice demonstration all by yourself, JWM, but it wasn’t actually needed. Call me prescient that way.

    Does it always flap around like that when you saunter? Because, girl.

  • ghostsniper August 7, 2018, 10:07 AM

    pbird remembered!

  • John Venlet August 7, 2018, 10:26 AM

    Ten, the obfuscatory nature of your comments in various threads here exhibit the characteristics of Bill Clinton attempting to determine what the definition of is, is. No wonder folks are not interested in interacting with you. Have a cigar.

  • Lagomorph August 7, 2018, 10:45 AM

    Ooh, a little red on red action, lol. Allow me to interpret? Ten doesn’t like right wingers accusing left wingers (or anyone) of racism. Right wingers are to consider “racism” a word devoid of meaning or morality. We allow the left to define the parameters of the moral framework when we ourselves use racism as a bludgeon against our opponents. I hope I have understood correctly.

  • Lagomorph August 7, 2018, 10:47 AM

    More properly, when we ourselves accuse others of racism.

  • Ten August 7, 2018, 11:29 AM

    Given that certainty, Venlet, what exactly is it I’m obfuscating? Otherwise, like Lagomorph, you find yourself only hoping you’ve understood correctly.

    I thought emotionally projecting intentionalism out of a dearth of principle was the left’s talent. Not any more.

  • ghostsniper August 7, 2018, 11:44 AM

    I could be wrong here, and I don’t expect to speak for Ten, and I’m not speaking only of his current messages, but over the long haul it seems he is saying the same thing I have been saying for the past 20+ years, that the left and the right are the same thing but are using different tactics sometimes.

    Regardless of which side of the aisle you align yourself it is democracy itself that is causing the grief.
    Yes, the people that are in charge are despicable and need to be hung and/or dragged but it is the SYSTEM that gives them power over you. That whole majority rule business.

    If 10 of your neighbors got together and voted that you need to start paying them each $100 per month for the rest of your life you’d grab a gun but when politicians a thousand miles away do it you just sweep it under the rug and say, “Well, majority rule!”


    And the first motherfucker that says, “But how will the roads get built?”, gets punched right in the face.

  • Harry August 7, 2018, 11:58 AM

    In the interest of being grammatically correct, I believe it should read, “who bitch dis be?”

  • Ten August 7, 2018, 12:02 PM

    That’s part of it, ghost, but the rest is that,

    -The ostensible right sat on its hands for decades. It was handed a contractual obligation, system, and majority and instead it capitulated. The left never took what it wasn’t given;

    -The ostensible right – as seen in this comment thread, probably – now reacts as instinctively as the left does, and well before thinking, assuming it ever does;

    -The ostensible right has adopted all of the elements of racialism the left developed. Not some, all; hence my previous list.

    This means the normie right has no remaining capacity to be conservative. It’s a wet rag in the wind and I suspect this far predates its favorites in the the miserable Bush clan, Eisenhower’s warnings to it, and probably the New Deal’s shining example of what was already mid-course American collectivism.

    You’d think that the link our host provided and the actual excerpts from the ZMan over there specifically to at least the racialist elements of these simple observations would have tipped our “conservative” friends off instead of their ignoring the entire piece to take a shot at some Ten guy who only paraphrased him. Had they bothered to think this through instead of reacting as at least two of them have so far, they’d be over there, presenting layers of articulate conservatism in that blog’s unholy comment section, excoriating the original author into issuing a heartfelt retraction. Instead they only reinforced his point.

  • Vanderleun August 7, 2018, 12:31 PM

    Harry, ghostsniper is correct…. the phrase derives from this ageless internet moment:


  • pbird August 7, 2018, 12:47 PM


  • John A. Fleming August 7, 2018, 1:32 PM

    Since the days of solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short; of warre of all against all; we (some of us) have banded together and “selected” someone to keep the peace and protect the people. Eventually, those “selected” become self-chosen tyrants, and each in his own way considers the contract to be broken, and acts according to their druthers. At some point further, the tyrants are overthrown. And usually replaced by another tyrant. Oh! those fortunate few who are able to live through the transition from tyranny to liberty.

    It is inevitable, these tyrants, and it is happening again. Will the “reset” be peaceful? Will there be more liberty on the other side? Based solely on history, doubtful.

  • ghostsniper August 7, 2018, 8:02 PM

    Gerard: That’s it!

  • Harry August 8, 2018, 11:43 AM

    Gerard, it took me a few listens, but you and ghostsniper are right. Not that the speaker’s enunciation and articulation of syllables aren’t excellent, but after listening to all that loud music in my youth, my ears may not be up to present tasks.
    ghostsniper, my apologies.

  • Vanderleun August 8, 2018, 4:58 PM

    What can I say except that the speaker is a credit to his race.

  • ghostsniper August 9, 2018, 12:07 PM

    Harry, my amp goes to 12.