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From CNN:

7 killed, more than 40 injured in 10 mass shootings across the US over the weekend

By Hollie Silverman and Amir Vera, CNN

Updated 3:09 PM ET, Mon June 21, 2021

(CNN) As Americans continue to come out of coronavirus isolation and states lift restrictions on gatherings, shootings continue to plague the nation, with 10 mass shootings occurring in the US since Friday night.

Obviously, the kind of people who fire into crowds of Juneteenth partygoers are also the type of people who have meticulously isolated themselves at home for the last 15 months for fear of contracting the virus. So, finally now that all respectable authorities are encouraging them to gingerly leave the house, the first thought in their heads after their long hibernation is, “Let’s grab some handguns and go shoot up a Juneteenth party!”

Seven people were killed and at least 45 were injured in the shootings, according to the Gun Violence Archive (GVA). Among the victims were at least two children, a 10-year-old and a 15-year-old, police said. …

1 killed and 3 others injured in Atlantic City…

1 killed, 4 injured at Juneteenth celebration in Colorado

Police responded to a shopping mall parking lot in the Denver suburb of Aurora after receiving at least 50 calls reporting shots fired at a Juneteenth celebration just after 4 a.m. local time Sunday, a press release from the police department said.

… Evidence indicates there were multiple shooters and more than 114 shell casings have been collected by investigators at the scene, according police…..

1 dead, 4 injured at Indiana Juneteenth celebration

One person was killed and four others were injured during a Juneteenth celebration in Indiana early Sunday, the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit (CMHU) said in a press release posted by CNN affiliate WSBT.

Officers arrived at a bar in Granger around 4 a.m. local time following reports of a shooting in the parking lot during a “Juneteenth Summer Bash,” according to the affiliate.

Evidence collected at the scene “suggests multiple weapons were discharged in the area,” police said.

4 injured in Richmond, Virginia

… The shooting took place in a parking lot where a large crowd had gathered. Police are asking anyone with information regarding the shooting to contact investigators.

2 children among 8 injured in Dallas shooting

Eight people were shot, including a 15-year-old and 10-year-old, after a gunfight broke out between partygoers at two separate celebrations in Dallas just after midnight Sunday, police said.

Police said they discovered two separate groups were having a parties in their own individual suites at the location and at one point, people from each party gathered behind the suites and there was an argument.

A physical fight broke out between the groups before they went back into their suites and began shooting at each other.

1 dead, at least 6 wounded in Oakland

One person was killed and at least six others were wounded in a shooting Saturday evening near Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, according to police.

Officers had been sent there to monitor public safety because a crowd of approximately 5,000 people had gathered at Lake Merritt, the OPD said in a release Sunday. …

1 dead, 4 injured in Anchorage, Alaska

Police in Alaska are investigating an early morning shooting that killed one person and injured four more in Anchorage on Saturday. Officers responded a shooting scene and found five adult victims, three males and two females, police said. All five people were taken to a hospital where one of the women died of her injuries.

This Alaskan one doesn’t sound all that Juneteenth-related. It’s more angry worker vs. homeless.

2 dead, 4 injured in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

… According to police, there was an argument between unidentified individuals as a group of partygoers began to leave a concert at a nearby venue. During the argument, multiple people began shooting and six people were struck.

5 wounded in Minneapolis Friday night …

Interestingly, this first ever official Juneteenth weekend saw no more mayhem than the previous weekend:

… The latest shootings are among a streak of deadly violent weekends the nation has seen in the past few weeks. Last weekend, there were also 10 mass shootings across seven states that killed 12 people and injured 57 more, data from GVA shows.

During the Racial Reckoning, every weekend is Juneteenth weekend.

 
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  1. ISteve, I wonder what you think of Prof Pfaff’s causal claims in The New Republic:

    https://newrepublic.com/article/162634/criminal-justice-reform-violent-crime

    If not progressive prosecution or defunding, what caused the surge in homicides? It will be years before we have a clear answer, but the two leading explanations are the chaos wrought by the Covid pandemic and some product of the protests that have taken place against police violence. (Other factors surely mattered, too, such as an unprecedented uptick in gun purchases.) Both theories are valid, but in complicated ways.

    He seems to believe that reducing coercive regulation of those who loot, steal, extort, burgle, rob, rape, kidnap, and murder will reduce crime. I do not have the knowledge of criminology required to evaluate his evidentiary claims. However, I can assess whether he is disposed to sound reasoning. For example, he suggests it’s irrelevant that many Black respondents do not want less policing, and some want more, because “Black respondents who had regular contact with officers were about four times likelier to say they wanted less contact with them than those who had little contact.”

    Hmm, what alternative hypotheses could explain this observation?

    1. For some reason police happen to have more regular contact with some Blacks and less with others. Blacks who happen to have more regular contact with police don’t like policing.

    2. Blacks who commit crime have more regular contact with the police than Blacks who do not commit crime. Black criminals don’t like policing, and law-abiding Blacks do.

    Another claim:

    only 19 percent of Black respondents said they had confidence in the police, and only 11 percent in the criminal legal system overall. Support for the police appears to be less a positive desire for more enforcement and more like grudging acceptance borne of limited options.

    Pfaff left out that only 24% of whites have confidence – whatever that means – in the criminal legal system. Next, lack of confidence in law enforcement does not equate to wanting less of it. Those of any ethnic group who wish that law enforcement were more strongly pursued, or better funded, or made more effective could also lack confidence in law enforcement.

    Where I am able to assess his credibility he fails, so I’m betting that the remainder of his presentation is equally distorted.

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @New Dealer


    Police responded to a shopping mall parking lot in the Denver suburb of Aurora after receiving at least 50 calls reporting shots fired at a Juneteenth celebration.
     
    In a sane society, police would not respond to calls from people who demand that the police be defunded. The weird thing is that they are the major consumers of police services.
  2. I celebrated Juneteenth this year by giving away a 12lb bag of prime fruits that dropped from my backyard trees. All at once. To a black fellow I know. He is Caribbean derived. Hard to believe but this guy is a vegan, he is not spaced out, works, has punched out five children. What vegans have five or even two children?

    I was going to rib him about Juneteenth but forgot to.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Clyde

    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.

    Replies: @Clyde

  3. Where are they getting the ammo? Stores across the country are sold out. Are gang members in the military stealing it?

    More than two boxes of pistol ammo fired off in Aurora. Some gang senior member got a stash?

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @anon

    Well, unlike you or other more legit gun owners, they are probably not wasting any rounds on practice down at the range. Shooting up Juneteenth parties is their practice, and those rounds have probably been in the magazine since 2019.

    Eventually, all those old-load mags will be shot out, but we're going to have to hear about a lot of "shots rang out" incidents until then.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @El Dato
    @anon

    Isn't it like those fireworks that suddenly came out of stashes last year?

    Related:

    June 12: Armed assailants in Mexico hijack US-bound trucks carrying 7 million rounds of ammunition


    The shipment of approximately seven million rounds was intercepted earlier this week on a highway in Guanajuato, a Mexican state plagued by violence stemming from the drugs trade. The drivers of the two trucks were found alive.
     
    The info on this heist wasn't perfect:

    Around 98.5% of the rounds were .22 caliber, a low-powered ammunition that is typically used for target practice or hunting small game. ... A spokesperson for the ammunition’s maker, Tecnos Industries, said that the stolen rounds will be of little use to drug cartels, noting that they don’t use .22-caliber weapons.
     
    Trade goes both ways:

    It’s not uncommon for weapons and ammunition to move between Mexico and the United States – although most cases involve illicit gun running. Last month, a Texas highway patrol trooper discovered more than a dozen firearms and over 3,500 rounds of ammo after pulling over a suspect who was believed to be heading to Mexico.
     
  4. So, finally now that all respectable authorities are encouraging them to gingerly leave the house, the first thought in their heads after their long hibernation is, “Let’s grab some handguns and go shoot up a Juneteenth party!”

    Agreed. After all, it’s the fully human thing to do.

    What does Don Lemon think?

    Does Don Lemon think?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @James Speaks

    I was wary and nervous of the new Buck Breaking meme (from Tariq Nasheed, available wherever you illegally download movies), but today the non-dinosaur media connected it to Don Lemon, a black man who is indeed broken by a white massa on possibly a nightly basis, and many lols were had.

  5. This might explain something.

    • Replies: @res
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It explains quite a lot ; )

  6. Four of the last five posts have had “Juneteenth” in the headline.

    Ignored are Father’s Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably “inclusive”, i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey’s birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Reg Cæsar

    https://twitter.com/freep/status/1406815977145344001

    https://twitter.com/detroitnews/status/1406624811305013253

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Corn
    @Reg Cæsar


    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day
     
    Like Zoomers need anymore encouragement
    , @Known Fact
    @Reg Cæsar

    Juneteenth has quickly earned its place as the Delta Variant of ethnic celebrations

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Reg Cæsar


    National Fudge Day.
     
    That's what twerking reminds me of.
    , @Achilleus
    @Reg Cæsar


    Four of the last five posts have had “Juneteenth” in the headline.

    Ignored are Father’s Day…
     

    Ah, now I get it. This time of year, for decades, blacks have had to deal with the confusion, frustration, shame, and disappointment of Father’s Day (need I explain?). Now they have a reason to celebrate - you know, some blacks somewhere sometime found out some white men somewhere had done for them something they could not do for themselves - which is what they are always demanding. Now other white men somewhere have given them something to focus on besides their missing Fathers.

    Unfortunately for us, black expressions of frustration and outrage pretty much include the same activities as their celebrations of joy and victory - shooting, looting, raping, burning.

  7. This Alaskan one doesn’t sound all that Juneteenth-related. It’s more angry worker vs. homeless.

    Has news of Juneteenth reached Alaska yet? Hell, has June itself reached Alaska? One spring I worked there a TV station reported the temperature for Barrow as 30°F for the first days of June. That was the high.

    “Juneteenth Summer Bash,”

    Juneteenth Summer Bash = Unjust Heathen members

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar


    One spring I worked there a TV station reported the temperature for Barrow as 30°F for the first days of June. That was the high.
     
    Barrow's really way up north. It gets cold up there in the Arctic.
  8. Charles Murray is great at mentioning statistics most people are afraid acknowledge. However, I haven’t read his new book but if his big fear is that all of this savagery will lead to a surge in white identity politics…

    First of all, that would be great. Second of all, that won’t happen. So… is this Murray’s attempt at speaking in language that will persuade liberals, or does he genuinely fear white identity politics?

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @JimDandy

    He fears it. His ostensible goal is to present the facts, which will lead to a Mass Outbreak of Sanity, and we can continue the National Project as before.

    He's totally wrong. But I still think that anyone who speaks the truth should be admired, and I admire Murray, even if he doesn't understand what he's doing. He's a prophet who doesn't quite understand his own message. I'm OK with that.

    Replies: @JimDandy

    , @Pericles
    @JimDandy

    Given the demographic trends in a multicultural society, white identity is nearly inevitable. It would be smarter to form it sooner rather than later, though.

    Of course, as some argue here, the whole point of the current situation may be to enable one faction of whites to eradicate another faction of whites. If so, I guess a common identity will have to wait.

    Replies: @JimDandy

  9. There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an ‘exotic type of wigger’. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer’s Laws.

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    @Thomm

    John Hinckley Jr.

    four people

    Mentally ill bozo who wanted to impress Jody Foster. He used a pile of parts called a Rohm R.G. 14. One of the worst handguns of the 20th century, chambered in .22 rimfire.

    https://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/04/01/The-handgun-used-to-shoot-President-Reagan-entered-the/8327354949200/

    It's not 1981. Violent criminal actors are carrying 9mm pistols now. See the various vids recently poasted.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger?

    Nobody cares. Hinckley's been out of jail for a few years, FYI.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Joe Stalin
    @Thomm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6B7DqS2BQk
    [8:51]


    The short-barreled .22-caliber revolver, described by authorities as a Rohm R.G.14, is an unlikely choice for a would-be assassin.

    The six-shot revolver is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge -- the smallest and least powerful commercially made ammunition.

    It is not only the smallest but also the oldest, dating back almost to the middle of the last century when breech loaders replaced muzzle loaders.

    The .22-caliber rimfire ammunition is found the world over. Weapons chambered for it are legion, but most are inexpensive rifles used for hunting small game and killing pests.

    Although the .22 caliber is small and lacks the power for reliable killing of large game, it can be manufactured to extremely high accuracy levels.

    It is the standard caliber for international small-bore target shooting, indoors and out, and when used in the finest Olympic-grade rifles its accuracy within 100 yards can be exceptional.

    But the West German-made revolver taken from Hinckley was no such weapon. A marksman cannot buy much of a pistol for $47.95. Good pistols cost well over $100 and up.

    Not only is quality reflected in price, but reliability is reflected in quality. A policeman whose life depends on the functioning of his weapon would have no part of a cheap 'Saturday Night Special.'

    Nor would he choose a .22-caliber weapon, more suitable for hunting squirrels. The fact the bullet struck Reagan and pierced his lung without his realization is testament to the .22's lack of power.

    Not only is the .22-caliber itself a 'weak' cartridge when compared with other pistol calibers, but the R.G.-14 taken from Hinckley had a barrel that measured only 1.4 inches long. Even a .22-caliber bullet needs more space than that to develop maximum speed.

    https://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/04/01/The-handgun-used-to-shoot-President-Reagan-entered-the/8327354949200/
     
    , @Known Fact
    @Thomm

    Hinckley is certainly an exception that tests the rule, but I think the rule still holds

    -- Brady was crippled, his life utterly derailed
    -- Yes Reagan survived, but it was touch and go and you get massive style points just for successfully shooting a president regardless of eventual outcome.

    , @FPD72
    @Thomm


    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.
     
    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons; he used a Rohm R.G.14, which is a six-chamber .22 caliber revolver that shoots a small, rim-fired round, the smallest and least powerful ammunition that was commercially available in 1981. And even then he almost succeeded in killing President Reagan.

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech. The Times claimed that it was common for Tech students to carry guns on campus, which was untrue. An enterprising student has T-shirts made with a pistol silk-screened at the waist. When the shirt was tucked in it appeared that the wearer had a gun tucked into the waistband of his pants. The shirts were printed with a caption to the effect of “Hey Times, I’m packing to class.”

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @Thomm

    Thomm, Buffalo City Grille shooter Ricardo McCray (sic) shot eight, four dead at the scene one died a few years later.

    , @Alden
    @Thomm

    I think Hinckley uses some kind of dinky 22 that can only kill squirrels rats rabbits maybe a cat.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  10. When bureaucrats or HR types are blathering on, they often mention sonething about getting buy-in from “stakeholders.”

    Well, although blacks are only about 13 percent of the public, a certain sub-segment of blacks is far and away the biggest “stakeholder” in our system of crime and punishment. And now with the help of lefty mayors, DAs etc. the keys to that system have been handed right to the miscreants the system was designed to control.

    In effect the criminal element can now print its own Get Out of Jail Free cards. Or more accurately, Don’t Go to Jail At All. Throw in a new X-factor like Juneteenth and it’s like the starting gun at Indy

  11. @Reg Cæsar
    Four of the last five posts have had "Juneteenth" in the headline.

    Ignored are Father's Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably "inclusive", i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey's birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Corn, @Known Fact, @Paperback Writer, @Achilleus


    [MORE]

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @MEH 0910

    This is horrible but it's not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    Replies: @Zoos, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

  12. @Reg Cæsar
    Four of the last five posts have had "Juneteenth" in the headline.

    Ignored are Father's Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably "inclusive", i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey's birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Corn, @Known Fact, @Paperback Writer, @Achilleus

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day

    Like Zoomers need anymore encouragement

    • LOL: Forbes
  13. @Reg Cæsar
    Four of the last five posts have had "Juneteenth" in the headline.

    Ignored are Father's Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably "inclusive", i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey's birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Corn, @Known Fact, @Paperback Writer, @Achilleus

    Juneteenth has quickly earned its place as the Delta Variant of ethnic celebrations

  14. Let knigs be knigs–and they’ll be knigs.

    Might as well be surprised by the sun coming up in the morning.

  15. Canada has June 19th on the calendar but does not call it Juneteenth. But in the Toronto suburb of Rexdale four people were shot at a birthday party for a one year old on June 19th. The victims were a one year old, a three year old, an 11 year old and an adult. Canada, as a country, didn’t have slavery, Jim Crow Laws and was the terminus of the Underground Railroad. It is indemic, not systemic.

    • Replies: @Another Canadian
    @Buffalo Joe

    June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

  16. Interestingly, this first ever official Juneteenth weekend saw no more mayhem than the previous weekend

    So I guess, given the rapid, year-over-year increase in violent crime rates, that could count as an improvement.

    Although last year’s violent crime rates on Juneteenth may have been especially high, since they were right in the thick of the George Floyd Celebrations.

  17. If somebody made a movie with a scene like this, people would be screaming their heads off about anti-Black racism…

    • Replies: @Marquis
    @syonredux

    Hate to see how they’d react to the ice cream truck.

    , @Daniel H
    @syonredux

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives. Even as the dead and wounded are bing carted away, there is exuberance in the air. Overall, it is good to be black in America. We white folk should make an effort to be like blacks in a few regards (emphasis: a few regards.) Less worry, more happy.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    , @Known Fact
    @syonredux

    Plantation owners would have looked at this bunch and said, "Nope, no need for Civil War, let's just forget about this slavery stuff, OK?"

    , @PaceLaw
    @syonredux

    Nothing to see here folks, just an African mating ritual. Let’s keep the traffic moving . . . Lol!

  18. “Police responded to a shopping mall parking lot in the Denver suburb of Aurora after receiving at least 50 calls reporting shots fired at a Juneteenth celebration just after 4 a.m. local time Sunday, a press release from the police department said.”

    A Juneteenth celebration still going on at 4 AM??? What were these “celebrants” doing at such an hour? Watching black pride movies such as “Django Unchained” and “Black Panther” over and over again, or was something more nefarious (hang confrontation/drug deal) afoot?

  19. Friday night, gentlemen.

    9 PM on ABC.

  20. CCZ says:

    “This Alaskan one doesn’t sound all that Juneteenth-related. It’s more angry worker vs. homeless.”

    Regardless of the character of the incident, Anchorage has its racial issues:

    Anchorage Mayor-elect Dave Bronson surprised left-wing critics and mainstream media reporters today by announcing that Acting Anchorage Police Chief Ken McCoy will stay in that role in the Bronson Administration, which starts July 1.

    McCoy was deputy police chief until the resignation of Justin Doll, when he was made acting chief by acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson. That move was acclaimed by the race-sensitive progressive community in Anchorage, which noted that Anchorage had met a milestone by having its first black police chief in its 117-year-history.

    McCoy in on record saying that the department is too white and needs more sworn officers who are non-white to better reflect the community of Anchorage, which is two-thirds white. The department has four-fifths sworn officers who are white.

    https://mustreadalaska.com/anchorage-acting-police-chief-mccoy-will-keep-his-job-in-bronson-administration/

  21. anon[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    John Hinckley Jr.

    four people

    Mentally ill bozo who wanted to impress Jody Foster. He used a pile of parts called a Rohm R.G. 14. One of the worst handguns of the 20th century, chambered in .22 rimfire.

    https://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/04/01/The-handgun-used-to-shoot-President-Reagan-entered-the/8327354949200/

    It’s not 1981. Violent criminal actors are carrying 9mm pistols now. See the various vids recently poasted.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger?

    Nobody cares. Hinckley’s been out of jail for a few years, FYI.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @anon


    Hinckley’s been out of jail for a few years, FYI.
     
    Hinckley can't be out of jail because he never was IN jail. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and held at St. Elizabeths (mental) Hospital. Over the years as he was deemed less dangerous he was allowed to visit his parents (and then his widowed mother) for increasingly long visits. Finally in 2016 Hinckley was completely released from institutional psychiatric care with many conditions (no alcohol, no guns, no accessing violent or pornographic materials, no speaking to the press (!), etc.). He is required to live full-time at his mother's home. I don't know what will happen when his now 95 year old mother passes away.

    The insanity defense is an unpopular defense and probably Hinckley only succeeded with it because he came from a wealthy family who could afford high priced lawyers and experts. However, he was as good a candidate as anyone for this defense - he was pretty clearly nuts and out of touch with reality at the time that he shot Reagan. And at age 66 he is probably not a threat anymore and so far he has not re-offended since his release.

  22. Seldom mentioned as a reason for the surge in violent crime over the past year is the release of criminals from our prisons and jails. This is likely the only link between the covid pandemic and crime though Florida released it crime data and while murders and aggravated batteries were up burglaries and rapes were down.

    I also note St. Louis has stopped reporting its crime data, ostensibly because of a new FBI reporting system their police department has not been able to master yet. Other high crime cities may also be experiencing ‘problems’ with the new FBI system too particularly if an election is looming.

  23. In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year’s Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He’s white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    I would like to hear David Kopay weigh in on this. From what I understand, Kopay comes from Steve's hood. Attended his Catholic school or one of the others close by.

    , @Hangnail Hans
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Pfft, as far as I'm concerned they're all gay until proven otherwise.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Morton's toes

    , @Altai
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Somewhat related, this years draft included the son of Nigerian immigrants whose father went on a mass shooting at his American law school. The older brother was also drafted some years before but didn't have a very fruitful career.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appalachian_School_of_Law_shooting

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans

    , @Paperback Writer
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    At least he doesn't drive around with an Uzi in his vehicle. Look at that picture. Imagine running into *that* at the local mall. Routine traffic stop; no mention whether there was an air freshener involved.

    Seriously, about this gay dude. More power to him; may his gay football player tribe increase. I cannot wait until the National Felon League is dead.

    https://www.tmz.com/2021/06/21/frank-clark-arrested-uzi-felony-charge-kansas-city-chiefs-nfl/

    Replies: @Liberty Mike

    , @fish
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    What about .......

  24. @syonredux
    If somebody made a movie with a scene like this, people would be screaming their heads off about anti-Black racism...


    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1407066531515617286

    Replies: @Marquis, @Daniel H, @Known Fact, @PaceLaw

    Hate to see how they’d react to the ice cream truck.

  25. @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    [8:51]

    The short-barreled .22-caliber revolver, described by authorities as a Rohm R.G.14, is an unlikely choice for a would-be assassin.

    The six-shot revolver is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge — the smallest and least powerful commercially made ammunition.

    It is not only the smallest but also the oldest, dating back almost to the middle of the last century when breech loaders replaced muzzle loaders.

    The .22-caliber rimfire ammunition is found the world over. Weapons chambered for it are legion, but most are inexpensive rifles used for hunting small game and killing pests.

    Although the .22 caliber is small and lacks the power for reliable killing of large game, it can be manufactured to extremely high accuracy levels.

    It is the standard caliber for international small-bore target shooting, indoors and out, and when used in the finest Olympic-grade rifles its accuracy within 100 yards can be exceptional.

    But the West German-made revolver taken from Hinckley was no such weapon. A marksman cannot buy much of a pistol for $47.95. Good pistols cost well over $100 and up.

    Not only is quality reflected in price, but reliability is reflected in quality. A policeman whose life depends on the functioning of his weapon would have no part of a cheap ‘Saturday Night Special.’

    Nor would he choose a .22-caliber weapon, more suitable for hunting squirrels. The fact the bullet struck Reagan and pierced his lung without his realization is testament to the .22’s lack of power.

    Not only is the .22-caliber itself a ‘weak’ cartridge when compared with other pistol calibers, but the R.G.-14 taken from Hinckley had a barrel that measured only 1.4 inches long. Even a .22-caliber bullet needs more space than that to develop maximum speed.

    https://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/04/01/The-handgun-used-to-shoot-President-Reagan-entered-the/8327354949200/

  26. Steve, have you seen Clarkson’s Farm?
    Imagine, a tractor, made by Lamorghini.
    Imagine, Top Gear, but without all the scripted nonsense and homosexuality.

    • Replies: @Yngvar
    @J.Ross


    Imagine, a tractor, made by Lamorghini.
     
    Lamborghini started making super-cars to keep the factories running in the making tractors off-season. Like Ferrari, producing agricultural machinery is their main business.
    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/1f/25/e0/1f25e07b53960a6357f1d93c7cf13644.jpg
  27. @syonredux
    If somebody made a movie with a scene like this, people would be screaming their heads off about anti-Black racism...


    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1407066531515617286

    Replies: @Marquis, @Daniel H, @Known Fact, @PaceLaw

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives. Even as the dead and wounded are bing carted away, there is exuberance in the air. Overall, it is good to be black in America. We white folk should make an effort to be like blacks in a few regards (emphasis: a few regards.) Less worry, more happy.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Daniel H

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives.

    I think they have given up on anything changing so they do what they want which is dance.

    During the Haitian revolution the French wrote about how the Haitians would dance at any moment, including during battle.

    Of course a genetic connection couldn't possibly exist because Establishment Science(tm) says so.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  28. @The Last Real Calvinist
    In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year's Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He's white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    https://a.espncdn.com/photo/2021/0621/r870646_600x400_3-2.jpg

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Hangnail Hans, @Altai, @Paperback Writer, @fish

    I would like to hear David Kopay weigh in on this. From what I understand, Kopay comes from Steve’s hood. Attended his Catholic school or one of the others close by.

  29. Anon[376] • Disclaimer says:

    Where blacks gather, lives don’t matter.

    The whole BLM movement was about getting the attention of those all-important whites. Black crave white attention because they only get higher status handed to them by whites. Blacks are all too low in status to give each other higher status, so that’s why their lives don’t matter to each other. In fact, one black is just unwanted competition for another, so they shoot each other at the slightest provocation.

    • Replies: @PaceLaw
    @Anon

    “Where blacks gather, lives don’t matter.”

    Well said. The sad reality is that a very significant portion of blacks are aggressively and randomly violent. If you’re at all familiar with crime reporting from most big cities, blacks kill other blacks for damn near no reason at all on a regular basis. Sadly, in some areas, it seems as if killing has almost become a hobby for some. Far too many of them are (shall I dare use the term?) “super predators.”

    In an odd way, I think MLK would be slightly relieved to see that many of these blacks truly are colorblind: they will kill blacks, Asians, whites, Latinos, etc., with equal impunity. Just like a shark will look for it’s next meal without really caring where it comes from.

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @Anon

    ThreeSevenSix, Gold Border worthy. Nice comment.

  30. @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    Hinckley is certainly an exception that tests the rule, but I think the rule still holds

    — Brady was crippled, his life utterly derailed
    — Yes Reagan survived, but it was touch and go and you get massive style points just for successfully shooting a president regardless of eventual outcome.

  31. @New Dealer
    ISteve, I wonder what you think of Prof Pfaff’s causal claims in The New Republic:

    https://newrepublic.com/article/162634/criminal-justice-reform-violent-crime

    If not progressive prosecution or defunding, what caused the surge in homicides? It will be years before we have a clear answer, but the two leading explanations are the chaos wrought by the Covid pandemic and some product of the protests that have taken place against police violence. (Other factors surely mattered, too, such as an unprecedented uptick in gun purchases.) Both theories are valid, but in complicated ways.

     

    He seems to believe that reducing coercive regulation of those who loot, steal, extort, burgle, rob, rape, kidnap, and murder will reduce crime. I do not have the knowledge of criminology required to evaluate his evidentiary claims. However, I can assess whether he is disposed to sound reasoning. For example, he suggests it’s irrelevant that many Black respondents do not want less policing, and some want more, because “Black respondents who had regular contact with officers were about four times likelier to say they wanted less contact with them than those who had little contact.”

    Hmm, what alternative hypotheses could explain this observation?

    1. For some reason police happen to have more regular contact with some Blacks and less with others. Blacks who happen to have more regular contact with police don’t like policing.

    2. Blacks who commit crime have more regular contact with the police than Blacks who do not commit crime. Black criminals don’t like policing, and law-abiding Blacks do.

    Another claim:

    only 19 percent of Black respondents said they had confidence in the police, and only 11 percent in the criminal legal system overall. Support for the police appears to be less a positive desire for more enforcement and more like grudging acceptance borne of limited options.
     
    Pfaff left out that only 24% of whites have confidence – whatever that means – in the criminal legal system. Next, lack of confidence in law enforcement does not equate to wanting less of it. Those of any ethnic group who wish that law enforcement were more strongly pursued, or better funded, or made more effective could also lack confidence in law enforcement.

    Where I am able to assess his credibility he fails, so I’m betting that the remainder of his presentation is equally distorted.

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans

    Police responded to a shopping mall parking lot in the Denver suburb of Aurora after receiving at least 50 calls reporting shots fired at a Juneteenth celebration.

    In a sane society, police would not respond to calls from people who demand that the police be defunded. The weird thing is that they are the major consumers of police services.

  32. @MEH 0910
    @Reg Cæsar

    https://twitter.com/freep/status/1406815977145344001

    https://twitter.com/detroitnews/status/1406624811305013253

    Replies: @J.Ross

    This is horrible but it’s not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    • Replies: @Zoos
    @J.Ross


    This is horrible but it’s not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.
     
    Maybe if he hadn’t been out at night in Chicago swinging a large Puerto Rican flag during Negro Day, his wife and kid would still be here. It’s not a night activit that I would choose to bring the wife and kids.

    I like to think it’s the culture I was brought up in that lends heavily to the wisdom of my choices. Remember what the fellow said, "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes."

    As well as…

    "Globalism is Evil."

    , @MEH 0910
    @J.Ross

    But of note was that Father's Day was not ignored in the headlines.

    , @MEH 0910
    @J.Ross

    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1406724510447931395

    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1406817384476811269

    Replies: @Jack D

  33. @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons; he used a Rohm R.G.14, which is a six-chamber .22 caliber revolver that shoots a small, rim-fired round, the smallest and least powerful ammunition that was commercially available in 1981. And even then he almost succeeded in killing President Reagan.

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech. The Times claimed that it was common for Tech students to carry guns on campus, which was untrue. An enterprising student has T-shirts made with a pistol silk-screened at the waist. When the shirt was tucked in it appeared that the wearer had a gun tucked into the waistband of his pants. The shirts were printed with a caption to the effect of “Hey Times, I’m packing to class.”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @FPD72


    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons
     
    ...and target. Not everyone is surrounded by Secret Service agents. Experienced, too-- they stopped two such attempts seven years earlier. (How does Sailer's Law play out between the sexes? Two individuals' markswomanship meant we had a Ford in our future.)

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech
     
    The Bushes are Hinckley descendants, making them distant cousins of John. Cui bono? On the other hand, Ron Jr's middle name is suspiciously Prescott.

    Replies: @Alden, @Paul Jolliffe

  34. @Buffalo Joe
    Canada has June 19th on the calendar but does not call it Juneteenth. But in the Toronto suburb of Rexdale four people were shot at a birthday party for a one year old on June 19th. The victims were a one year old, a three year old, an 11 year old and an adult. Canada, as a country, didn't have slavery, Jim Crow Laws and was the terminus of the Underground Railroad. It is indemic, not systemic.

    Replies: @Another Canadian

    June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Another Canadian

    AC, Canada doesn't have a great relationship with her IPs. But it is nice that they give them a special day instead of education, health care and jobs.

  35. Anon[376] • Disclaimer says:

    By the way, has it occurred to anyone that Florge Groid became a big deal in the media because the media can’t get anyone to care about Emmet Till these days? Till is so distant in the past that the media people themselves were beginning to feel embarrassed by bringing him up so often. What’s more, all the Till articles weren’t rousing the blacks. Blacks have a hard time getting excited about events 50 years ago. That’s why the Tulsa riots failed to generate interest among blacks despite frantic media flogging. They’re 100 years old, so they didn’t matter.

    If blacks can’t use it as an excuse to loot, they don’t care.

  36. @syonredux
    If somebody made a movie with a scene like this, people would be screaming their heads off about anti-Black racism...


    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1407066531515617286

    Replies: @Marquis, @Daniel H, @Known Fact, @PaceLaw

    Plantation owners would have looked at this bunch and said, “Nope, no need for Civil War, let’s just forget about this slavery stuff, OK?”

  37. @The Last Real Calvinist
    In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year's Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He's white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    https://a.espncdn.com/photo/2021/0621/r870646_600x400_3-2.jpg

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Hangnail Hans, @Altai, @Paperback Writer, @fish

    Pfft, as far as I’m concerned they’re all gay until proven otherwise.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Hangnail Hans

    Finally we have some real insight around here. I thought I was the only one who's had suspicions all these years.

    , @Morton's toes
    @Hangnail Hans

    With all the dancing and high fivin' and the star QB feeling the center's ass before every other snap we probably should realize American tackle football is just about the gayest goddam sport ever.

    I will never understand guys doing a celebration dance for a five yard gain or being in the vicinity of an opposition incomplete pass.

    1. it requires an expenditure of energy to do that;
    2. everybody is gassed by the middle of the 4th quarter;
    3. don't they want to win?

    ** OK men's figure skating is gayer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  38. @The Last Real Calvinist
    In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year's Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He's white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    https://a.espncdn.com/photo/2021/0621/r870646_600x400_3-2.jpg

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Hangnail Hans, @Altai, @Paperback Writer, @fish

    Somewhat related, this years draft included the son of Nigerian immigrants whose father went on a mass shooting at his American law school. The older brother was also drafted some years before but didn’t have a very fruitful career.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appalachian_School_of_Law_shooting

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @Altai

    Thank God someone's procreating up in here.

  39. @Reg Cæsar
    Four of the last five posts have had "Juneteenth" in the headline.

    Ignored are Father's Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably "inclusive", i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey's birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Corn, @Known Fact, @Paperback Writer, @Achilleus

    National Fudge Day.

    That’s what twerking reminds me of.

  40. Remember the woman in Mali who gave birth to nine kids, all of whom applied for EU passports in their first week? Well, Africa is a continent where women compete to see who can have the most kids, because if there’s one thing the world needs more of,

    Yeah, you already know about her, she’s the one with 10 kids, but yesterday she was admitted to the psych ward, because unlike Miss Mali all this one’s kids is imaginary.

    Sithole claims she is “now being held against her will” at the hospital.

    Her husband had already made this claim but, well you know, people naturally figured he just wanted to skip out on child support. Oh and yeah, that’s her real name. She was named after her home town.

    Now on to the point of this labored post. The other Post, the one in NYC, reports that this white dude in the UK wants in on the game.

    https://nypost.com/2021/06/21/mans-swollen-kidneys-could-kill-him-by-crushing-his-lungs/

    But I say he’s just cultural appropriating.

  41. @JimDandy
    Charles Murray is great at mentioning statistics most people are afraid acknowledge. However, I haven't read his new book but if his big fear is that all of this savagery will lead to a surge in white identity politics...

    First of all, that would be great. Second of all, that won't happen. So... is this Murray's attempt at speaking in language that will persuade liberals, or does he genuinely fear white identity politics?

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Pericles

    He fears it. His ostensible goal is to present the facts, which will lead to a Mass Outbreak of Sanity, and we can continue the National Project as before.

    He’s totally wrong. But I still think that anyone who speaks the truth should be admired, and I admire Murray, even if he doesn’t understand what he’s doing. He’s a prophet who doesn’t quite understand his own message. I’m OK with that.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Paperback Writer

    He is excellent at stating the obvious. But how is he prophetic? I don't think his fears of a massive surge in white identity politics are prophetic, but I wish they were.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @JimDandy

  42. @Clyde
    I celebrated Juneteenth this year by giving away a 12lb bag of prime fruits that dropped from my backyard trees. All at once. To a black fellow I know. He is Caribbean derived. Hard to believe but this guy is a vegan, he is not spaced out, works, has punched out five children. What vegans have five or even two children?

    I was going to rib him about Juneteenth but forgot to.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Paperback Writer


    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.
     
    He is healthy, says he plays soccer on weekend, not overweight. Average good weight. I asked what he does for protein and he said kale, spinach and other greens. Which I don't get. Not much protein in them. A really good vegan protein is pea powder. It is a complete protein except slightly deficient in one amino acid. Me- Not vegan but do eat pea protein powder some times. It is very available and at good prices at eBay/Amazon and other places. By the pound, kilo, on up. I have a kilo in my freezer.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  43. @Reg Cæsar

    This Alaskan one doesn’t sound all that Juneteenth-related. It’s more angry worker vs. homeless.
     
    Has news of Juneteenth reached Alaska yet? Hell, has June itself reached Alaska? One spring I worked there a TV station reported the temperature for Barrow as 30°F for the first days of June. That was the high.

    “Juneteenth Summer Bash,”
     
    Juneteenth Summer Bash = Unjust Heathen members



    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/4e/49/72/4e497221b98c7f92fcdb9ba4d9ff4781.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra

    One spring I worked there a TV station reported the temperature for Barrow as 30°F for the first days of June. That was the high.

    Barrow’s really way up north. It gets cold up there in the Arctic.

  44. In the 21 days of June, 339 people have been shot in Chicago, with 61 of those shot dead.

    Perhaps the United States of America should be changed to The United Races of Reckoning, where everyday is indeed juneteenth.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Mike Tre

    Mike, I am willing to bet that you culled your numbers from the webside HeyJackass, otherwise we would never see the amount of carnage in Chicago.

    Replies: @Mike Tre

  45. @Altai
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Somewhat related, this years draft included the son of Nigerian immigrants whose father went on a mass shooting at his American law school. The older brother was also drafted some years before but didn't have a very fruitful career.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appalachian_School_of_Law_shooting

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans

    Thank God someone’s procreating up in here.

  46. @syonredux
    If somebody made a movie with a scene like this, people would be screaming their heads off about anti-Black racism...


    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1407066531515617286

    Replies: @Marquis, @Daniel H, @Known Fact, @PaceLaw

    Nothing to see here folks, just an African mating ritual. Let’s keep the traffic moving . . . Lol!

  47. Here’s a heart warming video of a negro mental patient beating his elderly and dementia stricken white room mate.

    https://leakedreality.com/video/14785/black-supremacist-and-fellow-patient-viciously-beats-another-defenseless-white-nursing-home-patient

    Separate continents.

  48. @Reg Cæsar
    Four of the last five posts have had "Juneteenth" in the headline.

    Ignored are Father's Day, West Virginia Day, American Eagle Day (presumably "inclusive", i.e., goldens as well as balds), World Refugee Day, and International Surfing Day, all on the 20th. Depending on your time zone, it might also be your solstice.

    Today is International Yoga Day and National Selfie Day, as well as National Daylight Appreciation Day. Show your appreciation by taking a yoga selfie outdoors. It is also Lana Del Rey's birthday.

    The 18th was International Sushi Day, the 17th World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought and Bunker Hill Day.

    The 16th was both International Day of the African Child and National Fudge Day. Consider that for a moment.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Corn, @Known Fact, @Paperback Writer, @Achilleus

    Four of the last five posts have had “Juneteenth” in the headline.

    Ignored are Father’s Day…

    Ah, now I get it. This time of year, for decades, blacks have had to deal with the confusion, frustration, shame, and disappointment of Father’s Day (need I explain?). Now they have a reason to celebrate – you know, some blacks somewhere sometime found out some white men somewhere had done for them something they could not do for themselves – which is what they are always demanding. Now other white men somewhere have given them something to focus on besides their missing Fathers.

    Unfortunately for us, black expressions of frustration and outrage pretty much include the same activities as their celebrations of joy and victory – shooting, looting, raping, burning.

  49. Anonymous[194] • Disclaimer says:

    Shoutout to the cap-bustin’ Juneteenth Negroes vs Illegals of Long Beach!

    Four shot in 24 hours!

    https://www.lbreport.com/news/jun21/245lemon.htm

  50. @Hangnail Hans
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Pfft, as far as I'm concerned they're all gay until proven otherwise.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Morton's toes

    Finally we have some real insight around here. I thought I was the only one who’s had suspicions all these years.

  51. @Hangnail Hans
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Pfft, as far as I'm concerned they're all gay until proven otherwise.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Morton's toes

    With all the dancing and high fivin’ and the star QB feeling the center’s ass before every other snap we probably should realize American tackle football is just about the gayest goddam sport ever.

    I will never understand guys doing a celebration dance for a five yard gain or being in the vicinity of an opposition incomplete pass.

    1. it requires an expenditure of energy to do that;
    2. everybody is gassed by the middle of the 4th quarter;
    3. don’t they want to win?

    ** OK men’s figure skating is gayer.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Morton's toes


    ** OK men’s figure skating is gayer.
     
    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture.

    Replies: @Kylie

  52. Anonymous[407] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: just another crime of opportunity in Coggon Iowa. And another gift from Chicago to the state of Iowa.

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/suspect-sought-shooting-iowa-store-wounds-deputy-78398309

    COGGON, Iowa — A Chicago man who allegedly shot and wounded a sheriff’s deputy after robbing an Iowa gas station was captured and charged Monday after eluding authorities during a 14-hour manhunt.

    Stanley L. Donahue, 36, was taken into custody Monday afternoon just north of Coggon, Iowa, where the robbery and shooting took place at a Casey’s General Store on Sunday night, Linn County Sheriff Brian Gardner said.

    As I said multiple times here, if you haven’t been to small-town America, you can’t imagine how many of these people they have exported from the big cities.

  53. @J.Ross
    @MEH 0910

    This is horrible but it's not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    Replies: @Zoos, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    This is horrible but it’s not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    Maybe if he hadn’t been out at night in Chicago swinging a large Puerto Rican flag during Negro Day, his wife and kid would still be here. It’s not a night activit that I would choose to bring the wife and kids.

    I like to think it’s the culture I was brought up in that lends heavily to the wisdom of my choices. Remember what the fellow said, “Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”

    As well as…

    “Globalism is Evil.”

  54. @Anon
    Where blacks gather, lives don't matter.

    The whole BLM movement was about getting the attention of those all-important whites. Black crave white attention because they only get higher status handed to them by whites. Blacks are all too low in status to give each other higher status, so that's why their lives don't matter to each other. In fact, one black is just unwanted competition for another, so they shoot each other at the slightest provocation.

    Replies: @PaceLaw, @Buffalo Joe

    “Where blacks gather, lives don’t matter.”

    Well said. The sad reality is that a very significant portion of blacks are aggressively and randomly violent. If you’re at all familiar with crime reporting from most big cities, blacks kill other blacks for damn near no reason at all on a regular basis. Sadly, in some areas, it seems as if killing has almost become a hobby for some. Far too many of them are (shall I dare use the term?) “super predators.”

    In an odd way, I think MLK would be slightly relieved to see that many of these blacks truly are colorblind: they will kill blacks, Asians, whites, Latinos, etc., with equal impunity. Just like a shark will look for it’s next meal without really caring where it comes from.

  55. @FPD72
    @Thomm


    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.
     
    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons; he used a Rohm R.G.14, which is a six-chamber .22 caliber revolver that shoots a small, rim-fired round, the smallest and least powerful ammunition that was commercially available in 1981. And even then he almost succeeded in killing President Reagan.

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech. The Times claimed that it was common for Tech students to carry guns on campus, which was untrue. An enterprising student has T-shirts made with a pistol silk-screened at the waist. When the shirt was tucked in it appeared that the wearer had a gun tucked into the waistband of his pants. The shirts were printed with a caption to the effect of “Hey Times, I’m packing to class.”

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons

    …and target. Not everyone is surrounded by Secret Service agents. Experienced, too– they stopped two such attempts seven years earlier. (How does Sailer’s Law play out between the sexes? Two individuals’ markswomanship meant we had a Ford in our future.)

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech

    The Bushes are Hinckley descendants, making them distant cousins of John. Cui bono? On the other hand, Ron Jr’s middle name is suspiciously Prescott.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Reg Cæsar

    The Prescotts own a big chunk of American Express and Kemper insurance. An ancestor was the surveyor/ engineer who designed the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg,

    As you undoubtedly know, Neil Bush (GHWB’s son and GWB’s brother), was scheduled to have dinner with Scott Hinkley (John’s brother) that evening before. . . events that afternoon overtook them.

    So yeah, the Hinkley’s and the Bushes were close.

    No one ever asked whether the (then) Vice President (and former DCI) had ever met (or had a file on!) John Hinkley . . .

    https://www.go2gbo.com/threads/bush-son-had-dinner-plans-with-hinckley-brother-before-shooting.132810/

  56. @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    Thomm, Buffalo City Grille shooter Ricardo McCray (sic) shot eight, four dead at the scene one died a few years later.

  57. • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    @neumann

    Why would Toronto Canada have a Juneteenth?

    Replies: @neumann

  58. @The Last Real Calvinist
    In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year's Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He's white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    https://a.espncdn.com/photo/2021/0621/r870646_600x400_3-2.jpg

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Hangnail Hans, @Altai, @Paperback Writer, @fish

    At least he doesn’t drive around with an Uzi in his vehicle. Look at that picture. Imagine running into *that* at the local mall. Routine traffic stop; no mention whether there was an air freshener involved.

    Seriously, about this gay dude. More power to him; may his gay football player tribe increase. I cannot wait until the National Felon League is dead.

    https://www.tmz.com/2021/06/21/frank-clark-arrested-uzi-felony-charge-kansas-city-chiefs-nfl/

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
    @Paperback Writer

    Two reasons I agree with you:

    (1) the NFL's craven caving to woke and

    (2) the NFL's craven conversion to the Church of Covid

  59. @anon
    Where are they getting the ammo? Stores across the country are sold out. Are gang members in the military stealing it?

    More than two boxes of pistol ammo fired off in Aurora. Some gang senior member got a stash?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @El Dato

    Well, unlike you or other more legit gun owners, they are probably not wasting any rounds on practice down at the range. Shooting up Juneteenth parties is their practice, and those rounds have probably been in the magazine since 2019.

    Eventually, all those old-load mags will be shot out, but we’re going to have to hear about a lot of “shots rang out” incidents until then.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Almost Missouri

    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory. There is no shortage for them, and open borders make transportation up the north American corridor exceptionally easy now.

    I could walk down the street and find firearms and unspent ammo in many areas of the city.

    # mass immigration

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

  60. @anon
    Where are they getting the ammo? Stores across the country are sold out. Are gang members in the military stealing it?

    More than two boxes of pistol ammo fired off in Aurora. Some gang senior member got a stash?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @El Dato

    Isn’t it like those fireworks that suddenly came out of stashes last year?

    Related:

    June 12: Armed assailants in Mexico hijack US-bound trucks carrying 7 million rounds of ammunition

    The shipment of approximately seven million rounds was intercepted earlier this week on a highway in Guanajuato, a Mexican state plagued by violence stemming from the drugs trade. The drivers of the two trucks were found alive.

    The info on this heist wasn’t perfect:

    Around 98.5% of the rounds were .22 caliber, a low-powered ammunition that is typically used for target practice or hunting small game. … A spokesperson for the ammunition’s maker, Tecnos Industries, said that the stolen rounds will be of little use to drug cartels, noting that they don’t use .22-caliber weapons.

    Trade goes both ways:

    It’s not uncommon for weapons and ammunition to move between Mexico and the United States – although most cases involve illicit gun running. Last month, a Texas highway patrol trooper discovered more than a dozen firearms and over 3,500 rounds of ammo after pulling over a suspect who was believed to be heading to Mexico.

  61. @Paperback Writer
    @JimDandy

    He fears it. His ostensible goal is to present the facts, which will lead to a Mass Outbreak of Sanity, and we can continue the National Project as before.

    He's totally wrong. But I still think that anyone who speaks the truth should be admired, and I admire Murray, even if he doesn't understand what he's doing. He's a prophet who doesn't quite understand his own message. I'm OK with that.

    Replies: @JimDandy

    He is excellent at stating the obvious. But how is he prophetic? I don’t think his fears of a massive surge in white identity politics are prophetic, but I wish they were.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @JimDandy

    Point taken - he's not a prophet but don't belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn't Paperback Writer.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @JimDandy
    @JimDandy

    I'm not belittling his brave act of stating things that any sane person already knows. I am questioning the relevance of an intellectual who says he greatly fears white identity politics.

    Unless he's consciously trying to use persuasive techniques to change the minds of liberals.

  62. @The Last Real Calvinist
    In other news (which is no doubt unfortunately distracting from the impact of this year's Juneteenth Season of Celebration), for the first time, an active NFL player comes out as gay. He's white, though.

    I wonder if anyone had ever guessed:

    https://a.espncdn.com/photo/2021/0621/r870646_600x400_3-2.jpg

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Hangnail Hans, @Altai, @Paperback Writer, @fish

    What about …….

  63. @Thomm
    There is one huge exception to Steve Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings.

    John Hinckley Jr.

    He shot four people, and none of the four died until decades later. Not even the man who was shot in the forehead (James Brady) or the 70-year-old shot in the chest (Ronald Reagan).

    John Hinckley Jr. is an extreme exception to Steven Sailer's Law of Mass Shootings. Even the best marksman in the world would not be able to shoot four people in quick succession, including one in the forehead, without killing a single one of them.

    This brings up another dimension.

    Steve has described Barack Obama as an 'exotic type of wigger'. Similarly, I have done a lot of work to explain why White Nationalist subculture fully merged with wigger subculture after 1994. That was valuable thought leadership.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger? I mean, he meets the requirements at least as well as Barack Obama does, under the various tenets of Steve Sailer's Laws.

    Replies: @anon, @Joe Stalin, @Known Fact, @FPD72, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden

    I think Hinckley uses some kind of dinky 22 that can only kill squirrels rats rabbits maybe a cat.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Alden

    They weren't regular .22 rounds though, Alden. Those "Devastators" rounds had a couple of grains of lead azide, inside the hole in the bullet tips, meant to explode the bullet on impact. Only one was thought to explode, and that's the one that hit Jim Brady in the head. I read that the really short barrel in the gun Hinkley used may not have gotten the bullets up to enough speed for the explosion to happen (900 ft/s) with some of the other shots. (That would depend just what it hit too, obviously, as in bone.)

    He was only lucky that he shot Ronald Reagan at all. He was already being tackled by some union boss guy that was with the group, and the shot that hit Ronnie had ricocheted off the limo.

    Yeah, it is definitely hard to shoot accurately with a short barrel like that. It'd have been worse were he holding the gun sideways. I suppose that hadn't been invented or appropriated yet.

  64. @Reg Cæsar
    @FPD72


    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons
     
    ...and target. Not everyone is surrounded by Secret Service agents. Experienced, too-- they stopped two such attempts seven years earlier. (How does Sailer's Law play out between the sexes? Two individuals' markswomanship meant we had a Ford in our future.)

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech
     
    The Bushes are Hinckley descendants, making them distant cousins of John. Cui bono? On the other hand, Ron Jr's middle name is suspiciously Prescott.

    Replies: @Alden, @Paul Jolliffe

    The Prescotts own a big chunk of American Express and Kemper insurance. An ancestor was the surveyor/ engineer who designed the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

  65. @JohnnyWalker123
    This might explain something.

    https://twitter.com/robkhenderson/status/1407114670788558853

    Replies: @res

    It explains quite a lot ; )

    • LOL: JohnnyWalker123
  66. @JimDandy
    Charles Murray is great at mentioning statistics most people are afraid acknowledge. However, I haven't read his new book but if his big fear is that all of this savagery will lead to a surge in white identity politics...

    First of all, that would be great. Second of all, that won't happen. So... is this Murray's attempt at speaking in language that will persuade liberals, or does he genuinely fear white identity politics?

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Pericles

    Given the demographic trends in a multicultural society, white identity is nearly inevitable. It would be smarter to form it sooner rather than later, though.

    Of course, as some argue here, the whole point of the current situation may be to enable one faction of whites to eradicate another faction of whites. If so, I guess a common identity will have to wait.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Pericles

    I don't see the strongly reactionary white identitarianism that Murray fears happening in any meaningful way.

  67. @Morton's toes
    @Hangnail Hans

    With all the dancing and high fivin' and the star QB feeling the center's ass before every other snap we probably should realize American tackle football is just about the gayest goddam sport ever.

    I will never understand guys doing a celebration dance for a five yard gain or being in the vicinity of an opposition incomplete pass.

    1. it requires an expenditure of energy to do that;
    2. everybody is gassed by the middle of the 4th quarter;
    3. don't they want to win?

    ** OK men's figure skating is gayer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    ** OK men’s figure skating is gayer.

    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Reg Cæsar

    "* OK men’s figure skating is gayer.

    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture."

    Yeah, it's so bland and almost sad to see a well-built man standing waiting to catch his more scintillating partner or to twirl her around and then release her so she can do another dazzling leap.

    That's why I love this pair of teenaged sib ice dancers (not figure skaters). He's dynamic and yes, flamboyant. The wow factor is pretty evenly split between them. He supports little sis beautifully. But he will not be mistaken for a piece of furniture.

    https://youtu.be/qqIH9ez7d9A

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  68. @Alden
    @Thomm

    I think Hinckley uses some kind of dinky 22 that can only kill squirrels rats rabbits maybe a cat.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    They weren’t regular .22 rounds though, Alden. Those “Devastators” rounds had a couple of grains of lead azide, inside the hole in the bullet tips, meant to explode the bullet on impact. Only one was thought to explode, and that’s the one that hit Jim Brady in the head. I read that the really short barrel in the gun Hinkley used may not have gotten the bullets up to enough speed for the explosion to happen (900 ft/s) with some of the other shots. (That would depend just what it hit too, obviously, as in bone.)

    He was only lucky that he shot Ronald Reagan at all. He was already being tackled by some union boss guy that was with the group, and the shot that hit Ronnie had ricocheted off the limo.

    Yeah, it is definitely hard to shoot accurately with a short barrel like that. It’d have been worse were he holding the gun sideways. I suppose that hadn’t been invented or appropriated yet.

  69. @JimDandy
    @Paperback Writer

    He is excellent at stating the obvious. But how is he prophetic? I don't think his fears of a massive surge in white identity politics are prophetic, but I wish they were.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @JimDandy

    Point taken – he’s not a prophet but don’t belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn’t Paperback Writer.

    • Agree: AnotherDad
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Paperback Writer


    Point taken – he’s not a prophet but don’t belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn’t Paperback Writer.
     
    I don't know that it's a "tremendous" act of courage, Murray's already a protest/can't-let-him-speak figure. But he's a reasonably well-known public intellectual so it is useful for him to hammer on the obvious to remind the somewhat saner elites that what they are doing is banging up against hard realities and will inevitably have a bad, bad end.

    Not having read the book, i don't know whether Murray goes all HBD.

    The core fact about human sociology is "not all people nor peoples are the same". People and peoples have differing evolutionary histories and do not have the same native aptitudes and abilities.

    The behavioral, social and economic differences flowing from this and the contention these engender among various peoples is why mult-ethnic nations--or empires--are always fraught. (Contention that either flares up, or must be continually repressed--by a repressive state.) And why the most successful political unit--and best for human happiness--is the one-people nation state.

    A reasonably sane policy for a nation stuck in such a multi-ethnic situation is
    a) try to build a common/positive national identity; hopefully the more compatible people breed toward being a common people with a common culture
    b) otherwise leave people alone to make their own arrangements.
    ... i.e. more or less what the pre-minoritarian America did.

    In contrast, minoritarian-led-America's policy of having a busy body super-state monitor every person's every interaction for "bias" is a terrible and repressive policy--one that the people of even the brutal multi-ethnic empires of history at least did not have to live under. And explicitly demonizing--now at a fever pitch-- the nation's founding and still majority white-gentile population as evil and the source of all problems is the worse possible policy for national peace and cohesion possible.

    But then the people driving this ... aren't very American and just do not care about our nation's peace and cohesion.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

  70. @J.Ross
    @MEH 0910

    This is horrible but it's not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    Replies: @Zoos, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910

    But of note was that Father’s Day was not ignored in the headlines.

  71. America’s indigenous urban people,* their customs, their courtesies, their anger, their alienation, and their peculiar habits.

    What would the rest of the country do without them?

    [*a.k.a. America perpetual victim class, America’s perennial wards of the state, Joe Biden’s definition of “poor people,” AA quota fillers, American tax payer’s burden, America’s mostly peaceful rioters, anti-intellectual class, criminal class, fatherless class, etc.]

  72. Will this be the legacy of Juneteenth?

  73. Treating a person like a population is wrong. That’s the Civil Rights consensus that grew out of the the fertile soil of American Common Sense.

    Both “ackshually racism is good” and CRT (both theory and practice) are suicide by normie and should be understood as such, though the latter hangs on through institutional inertia.

    The Second Constitution (see Caldwell) constructed on the rotten (because defamatory) foundation of CRT (see Hanania) was thus dead on arrival and has been stinking up the joint ever since. If the Rs hadn’t been so busy sniffing the taint of the corrupt (wannabe globalist) Unruling Class they’d have buried it long ago.

    Of course CRT is anti-white, but obviously not all whites! Anti-white is very bad for same reasons anti-Tutsi was. It’s also not the whole story not close and those of a certain class seeking to make it so have their own explaining to do.

  74. Although I left some time ago, I was a longtime resident of DC in the late 90s until the early Obama years. The city has an annual “Black Family Reunion” day where there would be events at various locations around the city. It was a helpful guide as to what places to avoid that day – there was always some kind of altercation or two, as well as occasional shootings.

    I suspect Juneteenth will basically become a national version of this event in large cities. Safer suburbs will probably just get away with complimentary foot washings.

    • Replies: @cityview
    @Arclight

    Well, I was sitting here remembering the District of Columbia ... One of those events might be Easter Monday at the National Zoo (a large, rambling free zoo, run by the Smithsonian). I think that might be a black family-visit day; about twenty years ago I think the zoo started having trouble with it. More recently it started having trouble during a holiday light festival in the evenings before Christmas.

    I was thinking about other holidays similar to June 19 (like some others, I dislike the name given to it; its name should be Emancipation Day). The District of Columbia had King's birthday as a paid holiday since the mid-1970s. Then it has had April 16 as its own Emancipation Day, unpaid since 2002 but paid since 2005, and that's the reason for the income-tax filing delay, which I think has been discussed here. And now everyone has the June 19 holiday. Perhaps some other states can say the same? I know June 19 was written about decades ago, on and off, in the Washington Post. It is untrue that this day was completely obscure outside of Texas.

    But no matter how many holidays Washington DC had before others did, and how much some people dislike the city, there is nothing there that compares with the strife that Chicago is experiencing. I've never seen anything remotely like this.

  75. Anonymous[658] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    @anon

    Well, unlike you or other more legit gun owners, they are probably not wasting any rounds on practice down at the range. Shooting up Juneteenth parties is their practice, and those rounds have probably been in the magazine since 2019.

    Eventually, all those old-load mags will be shot out, but we're going to have to hear about a lot of "shots rang out" incidents until then.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory. There is no shortage for them, and open borders make transportation up the north American corridor exceptionally easy now.

    I could walk down the street and find firearms and unspent ammo in many areas of the city.

    # mass immigration

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Anonymous


    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory.
     
    Okay, but so far as I know, there are no Mexican gun manufacturers, so where do Mexican cartels get guns to supply black street gangs? The only glimpse of such a supply chain that I have seen is the "Operation Fast and Furious" gunrunning project, which as far as I can tell, mainly involved long guns rather than the pistols that black street gangs typically use. And to the extent that any of those guns were traceable to crimes, they were traced to cartel crimes, not to aspiring-rapper crimes, so the cartel-to-rapper pipeline doesn't seem to have a lot of throughput.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  76. @Paperback Writer
    @JimDandy

    Point taken - he's not a prophet but don't belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn't Paperback Writer.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Point taken – he’s not a prophet but don’t belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn’t Paperback Writer.

    I don’t know that it’s a “tremendous” act of courage, Murray’s already a protest/can’t-let-him-speak figure. But he’s a reasonably well-known public intellectual so it is useful for him to hammer on the obvious to remind the somewhat saner elites that what they are doing is banging up against hard realities and will inevitably have a bad, bad end.

    Not having read the book, i don’t know whether Murray goes all HBD.

    The core fact about human sociology is “not all people nor peoples are the same”. People and peoples have differing evolutionary histories and do not have the same native aptitudes and abilities.

    The behavioral, social and economic differences flowing from this and the contention these engender among various peoples is why mult-ethnic nations–or empires–are always fraught. (Contention that either flares up, or must be continually repressed–by a repressive state.) And why the most successful political unit–and best for human happiness–is the one-people nation state.

    A reasonably sane policy for a nation stuck in such a multi-ethnic situation is
    a) try to build a common/positive national identity; hopefully the more compatible people breed toward being a common people with a common culture
    b) otherwise leave people alone to make their own arrangements.
    … i.e. more or less what the pre-minoritarian America did.

    In contrast, minoritarian-led-America’s policy of having a busy body super-state monitor every person’s every interaction for “bias” is a terrible and repressive policy–one that the people of even the brutal multi-ethnic empires of history at least did not have to live under. And explicitly demonizing–now at a fever pitch– the nation’s founding and still majority white-gentile population as evil and the source of all problems is the worse possible policy for national peace and cohesion possible.

    But then the people driving this … aren’t very American and just do not care about our nation’s peace and cohesion.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @AnotherDad

    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You're a louse, so how could you know what courage is?

    Replies: @AnotherDad

  77. @J.Ross
    @MEH 0910

    This is horrible but it's not as horrible as a man dying in the attempt to protect his wife and daughter who also died anyway.

    Replies: @Zoos, @MEH 0910, @MEH 0910


    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @MEH 0910

    Steve already pointed out that holding the Puerto Rican Day parade on the same day as Juneteenth celebrations was probably not a good idea. Once all the white people are gone, this kind of Tutsi/Hutu thing will become routine.

    Once guns were introduced to New Zealand, the Maori used their increased firepower to engage in brutal intertribal warfare in order to gain territory or seek revenge for past defeats.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musket_Wars

    We are having our own version of the Musket Wars today.

    I visited NYC last week, not thinking to check the calendar for such events (back when I lived in NYC, I always made sure to be out of town on the weekend of Puerto Rican Day). Luckily for me, NYC's 2021 Puerto Rican Day was held virtually and not in person, so it worked out OK. I did see a very small pro-Palestinian rally (this was not the much larger and more violent rally of May 21) marching down Fifth Ave - hilariously the Palestinian flag bearers at the front of the march were a couple of Satmar Hasidism in full Hasidic getup. Some Hasidic groups believe that it is forbidden for the Jews to re-constitute Jewish rule in the Land of Israel before the arrival of the Messiah and are thus vehemently opposed to the existence of the State of Israel. It was one of those absurd only in NY moments that makes NY fun to visit occasionally but not to live in, especially if you are in a bus stuck behind the march.

    Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk

  78. In the Juneteenth shooters’ defense, the other guys were *looking* at them (see Austin Sixth Street shooting). How are you supposed to let that kind of disrespect slide?

    • LOL: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Matttt


    In the Juneteenth shooters’ defense, the other guys were *looking* at them (see Austin Sixth Street shooting). How are you supposed to let that kind of disrespect slide?
     
    High honor cultures have regulated duels. Low honor cultures don't have the patience for that.
  79. @anon
    @Thomm

    John Hinckley Jr.

    four people

    Mentally ill bozo who wanted to impress Jody Foster. He used a pile of parts called a Rohm R.G. 14. One of the worst handguns of the 20th century, chambered in .22 rimfire.

    https://www.upi.com/Archives/1981/04/01/The-handgun-used-to-shoot-President-Reagan-entered-the/8327354949200/

    It's not 1981. Violent criminal actors are carrying 9mm pistols now. See the various vids recently poasted.

    Therefore, is it safe to describe John Hinckley Jr. as a different version of the exotic wigger?

    Nobody cares. Hinckley's been out of jail for a few years, FYI.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Hinckley’s been out of jail for a few years, FYI.

    Hinckley can’t be out of jail because he never was IN jail. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and held at St. Elizabeths (mental) Hospital. Over the years as he was deemed less dangerous he was allowed to visit his parents (and then his widowed mother) for increasingly long visits. Finally in 2016 Hinckley was completely released from institutional psychiatric care with many conditions (no alcohol, no guns, no accessing violent or pornographic materials, no speaking to the press (!), etc.). He is required to live full-time at his mother’s home. I don’t know what will happen when his now 95 year old mother passes away.

    The insanity defense is an unpopular defense and probably Hinckley only succeeded with it because he came from a wealthy family who could afford high priced lawyers and experts. However, he was as good a candidate as anyone for this defense – he was pretty clearly nuts and out of touch with reality at the time that he shot Reagan. And at age 66 he is probably not a threat anymore and so far he has not re-offended since his release.

  80. @MEH 0910
    @J.Ross

    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1406724510447931395

    https://twitter.com/RichardHanania/status/1406817384476811269

    Replies: @Jack D

    Steve already pointed out that holding the Puerto Rican Day parade on the same day as Juneteenth celebrations was probably not a good idea. Once all the white people are gone, this kind of Tutsi/Hutu thing will become routine.

    Once guns were introduced to New Zealand, the Maori used their increased firepower to engage in brutal intertribal warfare in order to gain territory or seek revenge for past defeats.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musket_Wars

    We are having our own version of the Musket Wars today.

    I visited NYC last week, not thinking to check the calendar for such events (back when I lived in NYC, I always made sure to be out of town on the weekend of Puerto Rican Day). Luckily for me, NYC’s 2021 Puerto Rican Day was held virtually and not in person, so it worked out OK. I did see a very small pro-Palestinian rally (this was not the much larger and more violent rally of May 21) marching down Fifth Ave – hilariously the Palestinian flag bearers at the front of the march were a couple of Satmar Hasidism in full Hasidic getup. Some Hasidic groups believe that it is forbidden for the Jews to re-constitute Jewish rule in the Land of Israel before the arrival of the Messiah and are thus vehemently opposed to the existence of the State of Israel. It was one of those absurd only in NY moments that makes NY fun to visit occasionally but not to live in, especially if you are in a bus stuck behind the march.

    • Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk
    @Jack D

    Probably controlled opposition.

  81. @Paperback Writer
    @Clyde

    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.

    Replies: @Clyde

    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.

    He is healthy, says he plays soccer on weekend, not overweight. Average good weight. I asked what he does for protein and he said kale, spinach and other greens. Which I don’t get. Not much protein in them. A really good vegan protein is pea powder. It is a complete protein except slightly deficient in one amino acid. Me- Not vegan but do eat pea protein powder some times. It is very available and at good prices at eBay/Amazon and other places. By the pound, kilo, on up. I have a kilo in my freezer.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Clyde

    You're right, Clyde, that the greens aren't going to get you squat, relatively speaking, for protein. A vegan would be best off eating a lot of beans and certain kinds of nuts. If he's out playing soccer and all, he really needs to get a decent amount - 50 gm per day or so? He'd have to spend half the day eating spinach to get that - oh, or he could cook it, uggh, I think I'm gonna be sick thinking about it...

  82. As homicides soar nationwide, mayors see few options for regaining control

    Nothing we can do…..

    https://archive.is/lOiyG#selection-291.0-291.74

  83. https://twitter.com/wiki_early_life/status/1407361024777494535?s=20

    There are other responses one can make to bad faith abuse, including some that have traditionally been expected and even hoped for from men with institutional power. He’s in a position to shrug it off that many of those he’s written about are not.

    Perhaps he’s belatedly recognized this and is attempting to make amends.

  84. @Pericles
    @JimDandy

    Given the demographic trends in a multicultural society, white identity is nearly inevitable. It would be smarter to form it sooner rather than later, though.

    Of course, as some argue here, the whole point of the current situation may be to enable one faction of whites to eradicate another faction of whites. If so, I guess a common identity will have to wait.

    Replies: @JimDandy

    I don’t see the strongly reactionary white identitarianism that Murray fears happening in any meaningful way.

  85. @Paperback Writer
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    At least he doesn't drive around with an Uzi in his vehicle. Look at that picture. Imagine running into *that* at the local mall. Routine traffic stop; no mention whether there was an air freshener involved.

    Seriously, about this gay dude. More power to him; may his gay football player tribe increase. I cannot wait until the National Felon League is dead.

    https://www.tmz.com/2021/06/21/frank-clark-arrested-uzi-felony-charge-kansas-city-chiefs-nfl/

    Replies: @Liberty Mike

    Two reasons I agree with you:

    (1) the NFL’s craven caving to woke and

    (2) the NFL’s craven conversion to the Church of Covid

  86. anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    Did anyone else notice that KY Sen. Rand Paul hasn’t been mouthing off much about “Thou Shalt Have Open Borders” since one of his neighbors beat his arse?

    These Cuckservatives like Utah Sen. Mittens Romney and Tex Senator John Cornyn just need to get their arse beat.

    What the #*$&@ are they doing forcing a critical race theory, cult marxist, incite the Blacks to riot, beat and kill Whites and Puerto Rican holiday to marginalize the patriotic holiday of July 4th Independence Day.

    It’s already a big deal in Lib Leftist college towns like Evanston (Chicago) IL to enforce strict COVID restrictions on July 4th Independence day but allow open everything for Juneteetnh.

    It’s like Sen Romney, Sen Cornyn and Conservative Inc are trying to force Juneteenth and Kwanza on us the public just to, what?

    Rub our noses in Black underclass dog poo to let us all know we’re as low as the worst welfare n*#$&@!

    J Ryan
    Left Behind in Chicago

    • Replies: @Bernie
    @anonymous

    Rand Paul tweeted the Juneteenth Black Power fist as well. Hope the little runt takes another ass kicking.

  87. @JimDandy
    @Paperback Writer

    He is excellent at stating the obvious. But how is he prophetic? I don't think his fears of a massive surge in white identity politics are prophetic, but I wish they were.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @JimDandy

    I’m not belittling his brave act of stating things that any sane person already knows. I am questioning the relevance of an intellectual who says he greatly fears white identity politics.

    Unless he’s consciously trying to use persuasive techniques to change the minds of liberals.

  88. @Jack D
    @MEH 0910

    Steve already pointed out that holding the Puerto Rican Day parade on the same day as Juneteenth celebrations was probably not a good idea. Once all the white people are gone, this kind of Tutsi/Hutu thing will become routine.

    Once guns were introduced to New Zealand, the Maori used their increased firepower to engage in brutal intertribal warfare in order to gain territory or seek revenge for past defeats.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musket_Wars

    We are having our own version of the Musket Wars today.

    I visited NYC last week, not thinking to check the calendar for such events (back when I lived in NYC, I always made sure to be out of town on the weekend of Puerto Rican Day). Luckily for me, NYC's 2021 Puerto Rican Day was held virtually and not in person, so it worked out OK. I did see a very small pro-Palestinian rally (this was not the much larger and more violent rally of May 21) marching down Fifth Ave - hilariously the Palestinian flag bearers at the front of the march were a couple of Satmar Hasidism in full Hasidic getup. Some Hasidic groups believe that it is forbidden for the Jews to re-constitute Jewish rule in the Land of Israel before the arrival of the Messiah and are thus vehemently opposed to the existence of the State of Israel. It was one of those absurd only in NY moments that makes NY fun to visit occasionally but not to live in, especially if you are in a bus stuck behind the march.

    Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk

    Probably controlled opposition.

  89. @J.Ross
    Steve, have you seen Clarkson's Farm?
    Imagine, a tractor, made by Lamorghini.
    Imagine, Top Gear, but without all the scripted nonsense and homosexuality.

    Replies: @Yngvar

    Imagine, a tractor, made by Lamorghini.

    Lamborghini started making super-cars to keep the factories running in the making tractors off-season. Like Ferrari, producing agricultural machinery is their main business.

  90. @Reg Cæsar
    @Morton's toes


    ** OK men’s figure skating is gayer.
     
    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “* OK men’s figure skating is gayer.

    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture.”

    Yeah, it’s so bland and almost sad to see a well-built man standing waiting to catch his more scintillating partner or to twirl her around and then release her so she can do another dazzling leap.

    That’s why I love this pair of teenaged sib ice dancers (not figure skaters). He’s dynamic and yes, flamboyant. The wow factor is pretty evenly split between them. He supports little sis beautifully. But he will not be mistaken for a piece of furniture.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Kylie

    Thanks. They are two of seven. And on Long Island, where winter is less snow than ice. They train in Huntington. Lucky Derb-- he can walk to see them.

    Replies: @Kylie

  91. @Anonymous
    @Almost Missouri

    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory. There is no shortage for them, and open borders make transportation up the north American corridor exceptionally easy now.

    I could walk down the street and find firearms and unspent ammo in many areas of the city.

    # mass immigration

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory.

    Okay, but so far as I know, there are no Mexican gun manufacturers, so where do Mexican cartels get guns to supply black street gangs? The only glimpse of such a supply chain that I have seen is the “Operation Fast and Furious” gunrunning project, which as far as I can tell, mainly involved long guns rather than the pistols that black street gangs typically use. And to the extent that any of those guns were traceable to crimes, they were traced to cartel crimes, not to aspiring-rapper crimes, so the cartel-to-rapper pipeline doesn’t seem to have a lot of throughput.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Almost Missouri

    There were and are Mexican gun manufacturers, like defunct Trejo and living Mendoza, plus most former Iberian-held colonies have their own government arms manufacturer for their armies and police.
    https://ammoterra.com/gun-from-mexico
    But they also take from us of course.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

  92. @Reg Cæsar
    @FPD72


    Hinkley’s lack of lethality had less to do with his marksmanship and more to do with his choice of weapons
     
    ...and target. Not everyone is surrounded by Secret Service agents. Experienced, too-- they stopped two such attempts seven years earlier. (How does Sailer's Law play out between the sexes? Two individuals' markswomanship meant we had a Ford in our future.)

    Of course, the NYT had to do a hit piece on the school that had twice kicked Hinkley out, Texas Tech
     
    The Bushes are Hinckley descendants, making them distant cousins of John. Cui bono? On the other hand, Ron Jr's middle name is suspiciously Prescott.

    Replies: @Alden, @Paul Jolliffe

    Reg,

    As you undoubtedly know, Neil Bush (GHWB’s son and GWB’s brother), was scheduled to have dinner with Scott Hinkley (John’s brother) that evening before. . . events that afternoon overtook them.

    So yeah, the Hinkley’s and the Bushes were close.

    No one ever asked whether the (then) Vice President (and former DCI) had ever met (or had a file on!) John Hinkley . . .

    https://www.go2gbo.com/threads/bush-son-had-dinner-plans-with-hinckley-brother-before-shooting.132810/

  93. @Daniel H
    @syonredux

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives. Even as the dead and wounded are bing carted away, there is exuberance in the air. Overall, it is good to be black in America. We white folk should make an effort to be like blacks in a few regards (emphasis: a few regards.) Less worry, more happy.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives.

    I think they have given up on anything changing so they do what they want which is dance.

    During the Haitian revolution the French wrote about how the Haitians would dance at any moment, including during battle.

    Of course a genetic connection couldn’t possibly exist because Establishment Science(tm) says so.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @John Johnson


    During the Haitian revolution the French wrote about how the Haitians would dance at any moment, including during battle.

     

    It worked better for them than for us.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbB4x4fnk-E&t=0m26s
  94. @neumann
    You missed Toronto.
    https://theviewfromfallingdowns.blogspot.com/2021/06/toronto-black-community-marks.html

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe

    Why would Toronto Canada have a Juneteenth?

    • Replies: @neumann
    @Paul Jolliffe

    Listen to Marc Ware, the queer trans Black who claims to have co-founded both BLM Toronto and Canada, explain it in that CBC interview in the link. Has something to do with blackness has no borders or something. I personally have to wonder what community a self-promoter like Ware thinks he's speaking for, because it sure ain't the black dudes I worked alongside at Budd Automotive or Frankel Steel or Saint John Shipbuilding.

    The CBC absolutely loves this shit and can't get enough of it.

  95. @James Speaks

    So, finally now that all respectable authorities are encouraging them to gingerly leave the house, the first thought in their heads after their long hibernation is, “Let’s grab some handguns and go shoot up a Juneteenth party!”
     
    Agreed. After all, it's the fully human thing to do.

    What does Don Lemon think?

    Does Don Lemon think?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    I was wary and nervous of the new Buck Breaking meme (from Tariq Nasheed, available wherever you illegally download movies), but today the non-dinosaur media connected it to Don Lemon, a black man who is indeed broken by a white massa on possibly a nightly basis, and many lols were had.

  96. The next two weeks are going to be nuts.

    4th of July weekend is a “free shoot” in Black areas because it sounds like gun fire everywhere.

    If my rural White area is any indicator it looks like Americans are starting the 4th early to make up for las year.

    I’m going to bet record violence for Chicago.

  97. • Replies: @Father Coughlin
    @Father Coughlin

    Tweet of Twerking on ambulance removed for being unflattering of black people

    Replies: @CCZ, @CCZ

  98. @Kylie
    @Reg Cæsar

    "* OK men’s figure skating is gayer.

    Not so much in pairs, where the man is essentially furniture."

    Yeah, it's so bland and almost sad to see a well-built man standing waiting to catch his more scintillating partner or to twirl her around and then release her so she can do another dazzling leap.

    That's why I love this pair of teenaged sib ice dancers (not figure skaters). He's dynamic and yes, flamboyant. The wow factor is pretty evenly split between them. He supports little sis beautifully. But he will not be mistaken for a piece of furniture.

    https://youtu.be/qqIH9ez7d9A

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks. They are two of seven. And on Long Island, where winter is less snow than ice. They train in Huntington. Lucky Derb– he can walk to see them.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Reg Cæsar

    You're welcome!

  99. @anonymous
    Did anyone else notice that KY Sen. Rand Paul hasn't been mouthing off much about "Thou Shalt Have Open Borders" since one of his neighbors beat his arse?

    These Cuckservatives like Utah Sen. Mittens Romney and Tex Senator John Cornyn just need to get their arse beat.

    What the #*$&@ are they doing forcing a critical race theory, cult marxist, incite the Blacks to riot, beat and kill Whites and Puerto Rican holiday to marginalize the patriotic holiday of July 4th Independence Day.

    It's already a big deal in Lib Leftist college towns like Evanston (Chicago) IL to enforce strict COVID restrictions on July 4th Independence day but allow open everything for Juneteetnh.

    It's like Sen Romney, Sen Cornyn and Conservative Inc are trying to force Juneteenth and Kwanza on us the public just to, what?

    Rub our noses in Black underclass dog poo to let us all know we're as low as the worst welfare n*#$&@!

    J Ryan
    Left Behind in Chicago

    Replies: @Bernie

    Rand Paul tweeted the Juneteenth Black Power fist as well. Hope the little runt takes another ass kicking.

  100. @John Johnson
    @Daniel H

    At all these gatherings where there is black murder and mayhem, the participants are having the time of their lives.

    I think they have given up on anything changing so they do what they want which is dance.

    During the Haitian revolution the French wrote about how the Haitians would dance at any moment, including during battle.

    Of course a genetic connection couldn't possibly exist because Establishment Science(tm) says so.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    During the Haitian revolution the French wrote about how the Haitians would dance at any moment, including during battle.

    It worked better for them than for us.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  101. @Anon
    Where blacks gather, lives don't matter.

    The whole BLM movement was about getting the attention of those all-important whites. Black crave white attention because they only get higher status handed to them by whites. Blacks are all too low in status to give each other higher status, so that's why their lives don't matter to each other. In fact, one black is just unwanted competition for another, so they shoot each other at the slightest provocation.

    Replies: @PaceLaw, @Buffalo Joe

    ThreeSevenSix, Gold Border worthy. Nice comment.

  102. @Another Canadian
    @Buffalo Joe

    June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    AC, Canada doesn’t have a great relationship with her IPs. But it is nice that they give them a special day instead of education, health care and jobs.

  103. @Mike Tre
    In the 21 days of June, 339 people have been shot in Chicago, with 61 of those shot dead.

    Perhaps the United States of America should be changed to The United Races of Reckoning, where everyday is indeed juneteenth.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Mike, I am willing to bet that you culled your numbers from the webside HeyJackass, otherwise we would never see the amount of carnage in Chicago.

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @Buffalo Joe

    Thanks, I did. It is an invaluable resource.

  104. @Almost Missouri
    @Anonymous


    Most of the black street gangs have vast business relationships with the Mexican cartels and depend on them for their income and armory.
     
    Okay, but so far as I know, there are no Mexican gun manufacturers, so where do Mexican cartels get guns to supply black street gangs? The only glimpse of such a supply chain that I have seen is the "Operation Fast and Furious" gunrunning project, which as far as I can tell, mainly involved long guns rather than the pistols that black street gangs typically use. And to the extent that any of those guns were traceable to crimes, they were traced to cartel crimes, not to aspiring-rapper crimes, so the cartel-to-rapper pipeline doesn't seem to have a lot of throughput.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    There were and are Mexican gun manufacturers, like defunct Trejo and living Mendoza, plus most former Iberian-held colonies have their own government arms manufacturer for their armies and police.
    https://ammoterra.com/gun-from-mexico
    But they also take from us of course.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @J.Ross

    Thank you for the update. I was not aware of Trejo and Mendoza.

    Still, in how many US block-party-gone-wrong shootings has the murder weapon turned out to be a Mexican pistola? A number that rounds to zero, I think. So I'm still a little skeptical that Mexican cartels are the main arms suppliers to black street gangs.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  105. I shouldn’t be, but the extent of passive voice in news articles these days continues to astonish me. Violence, shootings, crime—not a human in sight.

    Indeed somehow while violence is the subject it still isn’t the actor. It could be in Detroit or Atlanta but to blame will be that all powerful force “white supremacy”

  106. The Puerto Rican lady who was shot, Yasmin Perez, died.

    Tucker ran a more complete video of the execution, but I haven’t got the heart to put up the link here. Y’all can find it if you care to.

  107. @Reg Cæsar
    @Kylie

    Thanks. They are two of seven. And on Long Island, where winter is less snow than ice. They train in Huntington. Lucky Derb-- he can walk to see them.

    Replies: @Kylie

    You’re welcome!

  108. @Paul Jolliffe
    @neumann

    Why would Toronto Canada have a Juneteenth?

    Replies: @neumann

    Listen to Marc Ware, the queer trans Black who claims to have co-founded both BLM Toronto and Canada, explain it in that CBC interview in the link. Has something to do with blackness has no borders or something. I personally have to wonder what community a self-promoter like Ware thinks he’s speaking for, because it sure ain’t the black dudes I worked alongside at Budd Automotive or Frankel Steel or Saint John Shipbuilding.

    The CBC absolutely loves this shit and can’t get enough of it.

  109. @Buffalo Joe
    @Mike Tre

    Mike, I am willing to bet that you culled your numbers from the webside HeyJackass, otherwise we would never see the amount of carnage in Chicago.

    Replies: @Mike Tre

    Thanks, I did. It is an invaluable resource.

  110. @Clyde
    @Paperback Writer


    Just curious, is he healthy? The vegans I know fall into two categories, super-healthy and crazy-sick.
     
    He is healthy, says he plays soccer on weekend, not overweight. Average good weight. I asked what he does for protein and he said kale, spinach and other greens. Which I don't get. Not much protein in them. A really good vegan protein is pea powder. It is a complete protein except slightly deficient in one amino acid. Me- Not vegan but do eat pea protein powder some times. It is very available and at good prices at eBay/Amazon and other places. By the pound, kilo, on up. I have a kilo in my freezer.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    You’re right, Clyde, that the greens aren’t going to get you squat, relatively speaking, for protein. A vegan would be best off eating a lot of beans and certain kinds of nuts. If he’s out playing soccer and all, he really needs to get a decent amount – 50 gm per day or so? He’d have to spend half the day eating spinach to get that – oh, or he could cook it, uggh, I think I’m gonna be sick thinking about it…

  111. @J.Ross
    @Almost Missouri

    There were and are Mexican gun manufacturers, like defunct Trejo and living Mendoza, plus most former Iberian-held colonies have their own government arms manufacturer for their armies and police.
    https://ammoterra.com/gun-from-mexico
    But they also take from us of course.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    Thank you for the update. I was not aware of Trejo and Mendoza.

    Still, in how many US block-party-gone-wrong shootings has the murder weapon turned out to be a Mexican pistola? A number that rounds to zero, I think. So I’m still a little skeptical that Mexican cartels are the main arms suppliers to black street gangs.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Almost Missouri

    Agree, they steal ours.

  112. @Arclight
    Although I left some time ago, I was a longtime resident of DC in the late 90s until the early Obama years. The city has an annual "Black Family Reunion" day where there would be events at various locations around the city. It was a helpful guide as to what places to avoid that day - there was always some kind of altercation or two, as well as occasional shootings.

    I suspect Juneteenth will basically become a national version of this event in large cities. Safer suburbs will probably just get away with complimentary foot washings.

    Replies: @cityview

    Well, I was sitting here remembering the District of Columbia … One of those events might be Easter Monday at the National Zoo (a large, rambling free zoo, run by the Smithsonian). I think that might be a black family-visit day; about twenty years ago I think the zoo started having trouble with it. More recently it started having trouble during a holiday light festival in the evenings before Christmas.

    I was thinking about other holidays similar to June 19 (like some others, I dislike the name given to it; its name should be Emancipation Day). The District of Columbia had King’s birthday as a paid holiday since the mid-1970s. Then it has had April 16 as its own Emancipation Day, unpaid since 2002 but paid since 2005, and that’s the reason for the income-tax filing delay, which I think has been discussed here. And now everyone has the June 19 holiday. Perhaps some other states can say the same? I know June 19 was written about decades ago, on and off, in the Washington Post. It is untrue that this day was completely obscure outside of Texas.

    But no matter how many holidays Washington DC had before others did, and how much some people dislike the city, there is nothing there that compares with the strife that Chicago is experiencing. I’ve never seen anything remotely like this.

  113. @Almost Missouri
    @J.Ross

    Thank you for the update. I was not aware of Trejo and Mendoza.

    Still, in how many US block-party-gone-wrong shootings has the murder weapon turned out to be a Mexican pistola? A number that rounds to zero, I think. So I'm still a little skeptical that Mexican cartels are the main arms suppliers to black street gangs.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Agree, they steal ours.

  114. @AnotherDad
    @Paperback Writer


    Point taken – he’s not a prophet but don’t belittle the importance of stating the obvious. Doing so under his own name on race is a tremendous act of courage. Is your name Jim Dandy? Mine isn’t Paperback Writer.
     
    I don't know that it's a "tremendous" act of courage, Murray's already a protest/can't-let-him-speak figure. But he's a reasonably well-known public intellectual so it is useful for him to hammer on the obvious to remind the somewhat saner elites that what they are doing is banging up against hard realities and will inevitably have a bad, bad end.

    Not having read the book, i don't know whether Murray goes all HBD.

    The core fact about human sociology is "not all people nor peoples are the same". People and peoples have differing evolutionary histories and do not have the same native aptitudes and abilities.

    The behavioral, social and economic differences flowing from this and the contention these engender among various peoples is why mult-ethnic nations--or empires--are always fraught. (Contention that either flares up, or must be continually repressed--by a repressive state.) And why the most successful political unit--and best for human happiness--is the one-people nation state.

    A reasonably sane policy for a nation stuck in such a multi-ethnic situation is
    a) try to build a common/positive national identity; hopefully the more compatible people breed toward being a common people with a common culture
    b) otherwise leave people alone to make their own arrangements.
    ... i.e. more or less what the pre-minoritarian America did.

    In contrast, minoritarian-led-America's policy of having a busy body super-state monitor every person's every interaction for "bias" is a terrible and repressive policy--one that the people of even the brutal multi-ethnic empires of history at least did not have to live under. And explicitly demonizing--now at a fever pitch-- the nation's founding and still majority white-gentile population as evil and the source of all problems is the worse possible policy for national peace and cohesion possible.

    But then the people driving this ... aren't very American and just do not care about our nation's peace and cohesion.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You’re a louse, so how could you know what courage is?

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Paperback Writer


    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You’re a louse, so how could you know what courage is?
     
    LOL. Yep, you know lousy old me, cause i comment on iSteve.

    Broad agreement that his book is valuable and "courageous", but pointing out that Murray really isn't exactly putting his career at risk being 78 and already a hate figure for the minoritarian mental vandals--and also that i don't know how far he pushes in a book i haven't read--... too complicated and cowardly a point. Ok.



    Steve -- courageous and really took a truth telling path that tanked his opportunity for a mainstream journalistic career; actually tarred as a racist/white-supremacist/Nazi/blah,blah,blah by people who have power

    Murray -- good truth telling public intellectual, who keeps it within the lines enough--either from true belief or self-preservation--to have been able to have a well compensated career

    AnotherDad -- some random old guy who rails against minoritarainism and its destruction of the West anonymously on-line

    PaperbackWriter -- whatever

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  115. @Paperback Writer
    @AnotherDad

    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You're a louse, so how could you know what courage is?

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You’re a louse, so how could you know what courage is?

    LOL. Yep, you know lousy old me, cause i comment on iSteve.

    Broad agreement that his book is valuable and “courageous”, but pointing out that Murray really isn’t exactly putting his career at risk being 78 and already a hate figure for the minoritarian mental vandals–and also that i don’t know how far he pushes in a book i haven’t read–… too complicated and cowardly a point. Ok.

    [MORE]

    Steve — courageous and really took a truth telling path that tanked his opportunity for a mainstream journalistic career; actually tarred as a racist/white-supremacist/Nazi/blah,blah,blah by people who have power

    Murray — good truth telling public intellectual, who keeps it within the lines enough–either from true belief or self-preservation–to have been able to have a well compensated career

    AnotherDad — some random old guy who rails against minoritarainism and its destruction of the West anonymously on-line

    PaperbackWriter — whatever

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @AnotherDad


    PaperbackWriter — whatever
     
    It's a dirty story of a dirty man
    And his clinging [mum] doesn't understand



    But someone in the family is a really useful engine:


    His [bruv] is working for the Daily Mail


    OT, Horace Greeley lives on!




    https://www.dictionary.com/e/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/fam-2.png


    https://www.famousbirthdays.com/faces/greeley-horace-image.jpg
  116. @Matttt
    In the Juneteenth shooters' defense, the other guys were *looking* at them (see Austin Sixth Street shooting). How are you supposed to let that kind of disrespect slide?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    In the Juneteenth shooters’ defense, the other guys were *looking* at them (see Austin Sixth Street shooting). How are you supposed to let that kind of disrespect slide?

    High honor cultures have regulated duels. Low honor cultures don’t have the patience for that.

  117. @AnotherDad
    @Paperback Writer


    First you agree with me, then you qualify. It takes courage, but not tremendous courage.

    You’re a louse, so how could you know what courage is?
     
    LOL. Yep, you know lousy old me, cause i comment on iSteve.

    Broad agreement that his book is valuable and "courageous", but pointing out that Murray really isn't exactly putting his career at risk being 78 and already a hate figure for the minoritarian mental vandals--and also that i don't know how far he pushes in a book i haven't read--... too complicated and cowardly a point. Ok.



    Steve -- courageous and really took a truth telling path that tanked his opportunity for a mainstream journalistic career; actually tarred as a racist/white-supremacist/Nazi/blah,blah,blah by people who have power

    Murray -- good truth telling public intellectual, who keeps it within the lines enough--either from true belief or self-preservation--to have been able to have a well compensated career

    AnotherDad -- some random old guy who rails against minoritarainism and its destruction of the West anonymously on-line

    PaperbackWriter -- whatever

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    PaperbackWriter — whatever

    It’s a dirty story of a dirty man
    And his clinging [mum] doesn’t understand

    But someone in the family is a really useful engine:

    His [bruv] is working for the Daily Mail

    OT, Horace Greeley lives on!

    [MORE]

  118. @Father Coughlin
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1406504414181871625

    Replies: @Father Coughlin

    Tweet of Twerking on ambulance removed for being unflattering of black people

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @Father Coughlin

    So far, still on You Tube.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eH9QS0pK428

    , @CCZ
    @Father Coughlin

    Here, there, everywhere!!!!

    https://twitter.com/gearoidmurphy_/status/1407321621845753860

  119. @Father Coughlin
    @Father Coughlin

    Tweet of Twerking on ambulance removed for being unflattering of black people

    Replies: @CCZ, @CCZ

    So far, still on You Tube.

  120. @Father Coughlin
    @Father Coughlin

    Tweet of Twerking on ambulance removed for being unflattering of black people

    Replies: @CCZ, @CCZ

    Here, there, everywhere!!!!

  121. As Americans continue to come out of coronavirus isolation and states lift restrictions on gatherings, shootings continue to plague the nation, with 10 mass shootings occurring in the US since Friday night.

    Wait, during the lockdowns, we were all being told by the media that the incredible explosion in violence was caused by the lockdowns.

    Now we are being told that the explosion in violence in recent weeks is due to the lack of lockdowns.

    We’ve always been at war with Eastasia, comrade.

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