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Niccolo Soldo interviews Mike “Gorilla Mindset” Cernovich:

The Dubrovnik Interviews: Mike Cernovich – The Greatest American Alive Today

On his many wild successes, being humble to a fault, how he won Trump the election, how God is like him, and chemically, salty discoveries

Niccolo Soldo
Jun 10

Niccolo Soldo: You are of Croatian stock like I am. Tall, violent, Balkan maniacs with a romantic sensibility. Your Croatian grandfather left Royalist Yugoslavia, and like many, chose to settle in the Chicago area. You paid homage to him by travelling to Croatia and getting in touch with your roots. How much of Gorilla Mindset comes down to having the blood of genocidal fanatics coursing through your veins? We punch well above our weight when it comes to sports, drywall taping, and annoying the fuck out of everyone on the internet with our incessant, jingoistic expressions of patriotism. Why are we so powerful, particularly sexually?

Mike Cernovich: I did a 23AndMe years and years ago before I realized they would be able to bioengineer a weapon to “suicide” me from my results. But that folly of a young man aside, it was revealed during this analysis that I have elite genetics for sprinting. When I trained BJJ, people would derisively call me “explosive.” Back then BJJ guys didn’t even lift and viewed any athleticism as a form of polluting the sport. Joe Rogan gets called racist for claiming a black athlete is “athletic,” but he would say the same of the many Croatian sensations, including the original Pat Miletich.

Earlier Dubrovnik Interviews include Mark Andreessen, and the Kinshasa Interview with Glenn Greenwald:

Soldo: Why are you gay?

Greenwald: When I was quite young, I observed that most of the straight boys were similar to you: obnoxious, uncouth, plagued with stunted emotional development, an unwarranted sense of ego, and a sociopathic lack of empathy, all topped off with very thinly veiled fascist tendencies. I set out determined to find a way to not to be that, and settled on gay. Also, my mother was extremely beautiful and I knew early on that no woman would ever measure up. Her name was Norma Bates. Finally, have you seen pictures of my husband?

 
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  1. Kudos to the interviewer for asking Greenwald a straightforward question and to Greenwald for answering the question in a straightforward, manly, good-humored way.

    He’s pretty decent for a Sodomite.

    Somewhat O/T, get a load of this. Should be required viewing for all decent people everywhere, Sodomite or normal:

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @Paperback Writer

    You would fall for this. The existence of 'humble' and 'Cernovich' in the same paragraph, much less sentence, really should have tipped you off.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Paperback Writer

  2. I always thought cernovich was the puffpie and greenwald the toughguy.

    So I was right all along.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Screwtape

    But both are invaders and threats to white civilization.

  3. Straightforward answers to blunt questions. Though I don’t know who Mike Cernovich is or why anyone is interested in him.

    Kind of refreshing.

  4. what does this have to do with hitler and nazis?

    boring!

  5. Who are these people?

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @AnotherDad

    I don't know either, but they're funny on the internet, and occasionally interact with people I've heard of.

    , @joe_mama
    @AnotherDad

    Cernovich got popular around 2015/2016 by picking Trump early and riding his coattails to a sizable Twitter following. Was in on the ground floor early of the modern alt-Right, and knew when to get out early as well. He continues on as sort of a poor man's Joe Rogan. Shameless self-promoter (to be fair, that isn't really a negative anymore). Zman had a descriptor of him as a "grubby Tony Robbins".

    Still, his Twitter feed is decent, he has a good pulse on politics and pop-culture. Keeps himself relevant.

    , @J.Ross
    @AnotherDad

    Glenn Greenwald is a lawyer who became a pro-Constitutional though leftist blogger during the 2000's; he has done things with Snowden and offered substantive criticism of things like the USAPATRIOT act. Irrelevantly he's gay and moved to Brazil. Relevantly he had all the testicles which were missing from mainstream right-wing commentators like Hewitt, Hannity, O'Reilly, etc, on January 7th, adamantly pointing out that the "insurrection" was harmless, the deaths were unrelated to the "violence," that the "rioters" were allowed in by police, and that the government response is totally unwarranted.
    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

    , @northeast
    @AnotherDad

    Cernovich was an early Trump whisperer who called his election right from the start in 2015.

    , @The Anti-Gnostic
    @AnotherDad

    I have known Nic on the Internet for 20 years, ever since the old Liberty Forum and Phora days. His forum was Salo, but it came under attack by doxxers and is mothballed at this point.

    The good news is there are more Alt/Dissident/Reactionary Rightists out there, with solid middle and upper class careers and family lives, than people think.

    , @Woodsie
    @AnotherDad

    Greenwald is an American Hero with balls of steel. He escaped to Brazil (no extradition treaty) and lives in exile, barely avoiding the fate of Snowden and Assange. When he first appeared on Tucker Carlson's show, Tucker thanked him copiously and hailed his survival, almost bringing Glen to tears (insert gay stereotype joke here). It was an honest moment, Tuck acknowledging that Greenwald's journalism had put him in mortal danger, and Greenwald himself appreciative that Tucker was giving him a mainstream forum, something denied him by his former colleagues on the left, cucks of the Mockingbird Media.

    He will be suicided one day by the CIA, and he knows it. He is one tough little fruit.

  6. @Paperback Writer
    Kudos to the interviewer for asking Greenwald a straightforward question and to Greenwald for answering the question in a straightforward, manly, good-humored way.

    He's pretty decent for a Sodomite.

    Somewhat O/T, get a load of this. Should be required viewing for all decent people everywhere, Sodomite or normal:

    https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1403024927414886407?s=20

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans

    You would fall for this. The existence of ‘humble’ and ‘Cernovich’ in the same paragraph, much less sentence, really should have tipped you off.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Hangnail Hans

    Fell for what?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Hangnail Hans

    Here's more, especially for you (and everyone else).

    The media narrative continues to collapse.

    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/yet-another-media-tale-trump-tear


    For more than a year, it has been consecrated media fact that former President Donald Trump and his White House, on June 1 of last year, directed the U.S. Park Police to use tear gas against peaceful Lafayette Park protesters, all to enable a Trump photo-op in front of St. John's Church. That this happened was never presented as a possibility or likelihood but as indisputable truth. And it provoked weeks of unmitigated media outrage, presented as one of the most egregious assaults on the democratic order in decades.

    The IG's conclusion could not be clearer: the media narrative was false from start to finish. Namely, he said, “the evidence did not support a finding that the [U.S. Park Police] cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.” Instead — exactly as Hemingway's widely-mocked-by-liberal-outlets article reported — “the evidence we reviewed showed that the USPP cleared the park to allow a contractor to safely install anti-scale fencing in response to destruction of Federal property and injury to officers that occurred on May 30 and May 31.” Crucially, “the evidence established that relevant USPP officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential Presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day."
     

    Replies: @James Forrestal

  7. So Glenn decided to become gay because he didn’t like the other boys and was fixated on his mother……

    I do like Glenn but this does explain a lot.

  8. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    I don’t know either, but they’re funny on the internet, and occasionally interact with people I’ve heard of.

  9. I turn to Cernovich every day since he called the pandemic way earlier than anyone else. He is the only reason to go check a Twitter feed.

    I wonder when he gets booted off.

  10. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    Cernovich got popular around 2015/2016 by picking Trump early and riding his coattails to a sizable Twitter following. Was in on the ground floor early of the modern alt-Right, and knew when to get out early as well. He continues on as sort of a poor man’s Joe Rogan. Shameless self-promoter (to be fair, that isn’t really a negative anymore). Zman had a descriptor of him as a “grubby Tony Robbins”.

    Still, his Twitter feed is decent, he has a good pulse on politics and pop-culture. Keeps himself relevant.

  11. Greenwald and Turley have been my favorite legal commentators since the last Bush administration. Cernovich is relying pretty heavily on ethnic favoritism there.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @J.Ross

    Law is one area where the old neocon/National Review crowd still has commentary worth following. Andrew McCarthy is a good addition to Greenwald and Turley, although they put a lot of his stuff behind paywalls now.

  12. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    Glenn Greenwald is a lawyer who became a pro-Constitutional though leftist blogger during the 2000’s; he has done things with Snowden and offered substantive criticism of things like the USAPATRIOT act. Irrelevantly he’s gay and moved to Brazil. Relevantly he had all the testicles which were missing from mainstream right-wing commentators like Hewitt, Hannity, O’Reilly, etc, on January 7th, adamantly pointing out that the “insurrection” was harmless, the deaths were unrelated to the “violence,” that the “rioters” were allowed in by police, and that the government response is totally unwarranted.
    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @J.Ross


    Irrelevantly he’s gay and moved to Brazil.
     
    His gayness is very relevant to his positions on things. Also, he adopts gay underage Brazilian boys and runs a foster home for them in a remote area of Brazil.

    Replies: @Triteleia Laxa

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @J.Ross

    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Is that true for most gay guys?

    Replies: @Desiderius, @J.Ross

  13. lmfao at the people in the comments taking this seriously and not realizing that they’re obviously fake interviews meant to be entertainingly ridiculous

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @anon

    They’re simultaneously ironic and unironic.

    My schtick too. Kind of have to be.

    Build your own Bailey in a pocket dimension inside the Motte.

  14. At least Greenwald admits that homosexuality is a choice. Oh, he was joking?

    He seems to have lost his way a bit in recent years, but definitely one of the better US journalists and commentators.

  15. @Hangnail Hans
    @Paperback Writer

    You would fall for this. The existence of 'humble' and 'Cernovich' in the same paragraph, much less sentence, really should have tipped you off.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Paperback Writer

    Fell for what?

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Paperback Writer

    Soldo writes the questions and the answers. But he impersonates his interview subjects accurately enough that Greenwald retweeted his Soldo interview appreciatively.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anonymous, @Paperback Writer

  16. I don’t think that’s a tongue in Greenwald’s cheek, butt I sure hope Cernovich isn’t serious, either.

  17. Anonymous[970] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    @AnotherDad

    Glenn Greenwald is a lawyer who became a pro-Constitutional though leftist blogger during the 2000's; he has done things with Snowden and offered substantive criticism of things like the USAPATRIOT act. Irrelevantly he's gay and moved to Brazil. Relevantly he had all the testicles which were missing from mainstream right-wing commentators like Hewitt, Hannity, O'Reilly, etc, on January 7th, adamantly pointing out that the "insurrection" was harmless, the deaths were unrelated to the "violence," that the "rioters" were allowed in by police, and that the government response is totally unwarranted.
    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

    Irrelevantly he’s gay and moved to Brazil.

    His gayness is very relevant to his positions on things. Also, he adopts gay underage Brazilian boys and runs a foster home for them in a remote area of Brazil.

    • Replies: @Triteleia Laxa
    @Anonymous


    His gayness is very relevant to his positions on things.
     
    Do you mean that it is relevant, because his experience as a gay man informs his worldview?

    Or do you mean that it is relevant, because it makes his views less valid?

    Also, he adopts gay underage Brazilian boys and runs a foster home for them in a remote area of Brazil.
     
    Which "remote area"? What is the foster home called?
  18. • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Desiderius

    Ed. Buck.
    They really are different.

    Replies: @Desiderius

  19. @anon
    lmfao at the people in the comments taking this seriously and not realizing that they're obviously fake interviews meant to be entertainingly ridiculous

    Replies: @Desiderius

    They’re simultaneously ironic and unironic.

    My schtick too. Kind of have to be.

    Build your own Bailey in a pocket dimension inside the Motte.

  20. Soldo is great, he’s totally worth a follow @progrockfarmer, and his interviews are aces. What a sense of humor.

    Soldo interviewing Steve would be +EV for both. The interviews are obviously written, Steve could take his time answering and Soldo has a way of really humanizing his subjects while making them (and us) laugh. Let’s make this happen!

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @dcthrowback

    This should definitely happen, but I'm told Steve declined. Maybe he'll change his mind.

  21. You are of Croatian stock like I am. Tall, violent, Balkan maniacs with a romantic sensibility.

    Meh ….

  22. @Hangnail Hans
    @Paperback Writer

    You would fall for this. The existence of 'humble' and 'Cernovich' in the same paragraph, much less sentence, really should have tipped you off.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Paperback Writer

    Here’s more, especially for you (and everyone else).

    The media narrative continues to collapse.

    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/yet-another-media-tale-trump-tear

    For more than a year, it has been consecrated media fact that former President Donald Trump and his White House, on June 1 of last year, directed the U.S. Park Police to use tear gas against peaceful Lafayette Park protesters, all to enable a Trump photo-op in front of St. John’s Church. That this happened was never presented as a possibility or likelihood but as indisputable truth. And it provoked weeks of unmitigated media outrage, presented as one of the most egregious assaults on the democratic order in decades.

    The IG’s conclusion could not be clearer: the media narrative was false from start to finish. Namely, he said, “the evidence did not support a finding that the [U.S. Park Police] cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.” Instead — exactly as Hemingway’s widely-mocked-by-liberal-outlets article reported — “the evidence we reviewed showed that the USPP cleared the park to allow a contractor to safely install anti-scale fencing in response to destruction of Federal property and injury to officers that occurred on May 30 and May 31.” Crucially, “the evidence established that relevant USPP officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential Presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day.”

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
    @Paperback Writer


    The media narrative continues to collapse.
     
    That's not a "narrative collapse" -- that's a modified limited hangout coming way too late to make any difference. Note that Greenwald makes no mention of the previous arson attack on St. John's by BLM/ antifa terrorists:

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490354-stjohn-church-fire-washington/

    After they set the fire, the crazed mob of arsonists and other rioters attacked fire trucks as they approached the scene. Firefighters needed police support to gain access and fight the fire. Trump's speech was intended to call attention to that virulently Christophobic terrorist assault on St. John's, which was part of a string of anti-Christian hate crimes committed across the country by BLM/ antifa mobs last spring and summer:

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jul/15/black-lives-matter-protesters-turn-rage-churches-r/

    https://www.irishcentral.com/news/attacks-catholic-churches

    On July 10, the Diocese of Brooklyn announced that a statue of the Virgin Mary at Cathedral Prep School and Seminary in Queens. According to the Catholic Register, security footage shows "an individual approaching the 100-year-old statue shortly after 3 a.m. Friday morning and daubing the word “IDOL” down its length."

    [That sounds like a typically... Black thing to do, right?]

    https://spectator.org/when-churches-burned-down-san-gabriel-anticatholic/

    The word "fire" appears only once in Greenwald's piece -- in a NYT tweet that mentions it in passing, and pretends that it was accidental. "Arson"? Yeah right. No way.

    "Narrative collapse" would be something like: "President Trump spoke out against the BLM/ antifa terrorist attack on St. John's, calling for peace, tolerance, and an end to these recurrent Christophobic arson attacks. A mob made up of the same terrorist insurrectionists responsible for the earlier hate crime attacked the President, but their assault was stopped using nonlethal means. No serious injuries were reported. No arrests were made in either the arson hate crime against St. John's, or the attack on the President -- and no investigation was conducted."
  23. The best Croatian emigre author is Tom Sunić, although he is, I think, too removed from reality & too ideological. I even voted for his party here, but they lost miserably.

    But the real gem is this:

    Soldo: Why are you gay?

    Greenwald: When I was quite young, I observed that most of the straight boys were similar to you: obnoxious, uncouth, plagued with stunted emotional development, an unwarranted sense of ego, and a sociopathic lack of empathy, all topped off with very thinly veiled fascist tendencies. I set out determined to find a way to not to be that, and settled on gay. Also, my mother was extremely beautiful and I knew early on that no woman would ever measure up. Her name was Norma Bates. Finally, have you seen pictures of my husband?

    This is one of the weirdest things I’ve read of late. I don’t know many gays, but those who are homo-they cannot be otherwise. Some are sensitive married people with innate sadness because of … everything. Others are rather normal & healthy men I enjoy to be in company with, and one or two are real uber- “fascist” sociopaths.

    So this Greenwald’s view is probably personally authentic, but very, very limited….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Well, given the tone of the interview as a whole (full of playful semi-ironic insults/self-deprecation) Greenwald is probably not being entirely serious. Anyway, it makes sense that the quirk that made him gay relates to the quirk that estranged him from other boys, even if it wasn't literally cause and effect.

  24. Anon[280] • Disclaimer says:

    Remember when President Obama went on the Marc Maron podcast, in a garage, to be edgey and show the younguns that he was a hepcat? I hope that President Biden’s advisors get him an interview with Niccolo Soldo. That would be great. It could go off (the rails) in so many directions. I assume these are via e-mail, unfortunately, but Biden might try to be sincere in his answers, or maybe his staff would take over and try to script hepcat sarcastic responses for Biden, who knows. But whatever happened, it would be classic.

    President Trump has already demonstrated his mettle with his Ali G interview walkoff.

  25. @Desiderius
    https://twitter.com/TheAgeofShoddy/status/1402043431757783050?s=20

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Ed. Buck.
    They really are different.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @J.Ross

    Ed Buck is not a group of people. He was also a Republican until relative late in life.

    Replies: @Feryl, @J.Ross

  26. @Paperback Writer
    @Hangnail Hans

    Fell for what?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    Soldo writes the questions and the answers. But he impersonates his interview subjects accurately enough that Greenwald retweeted his Soldo interview appreciatively.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Dave Pinsen

    Cerno is trying to put a brave face on it but Soldo paints him as excruciatingly (and a little unfairly) try-hard.

    , @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen

    No, Greenwald definitely wrote his own responses to his interview. (I suppose he may have collaborated with the interviewer on some of the jokes.) I don't know anything about Cernovich though.

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Dave Pinsen

    Thanks Dave. I had figured that out but it was kind of you to elaborate. And it proved my point: Greenwald really is a manly, good-natured sodomite!

    (In my ideal society sodomites should be free to practice their vice, in a deep, dark closet.)

    Replies: @Niccolo Soldo

  27. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    Cernovich was an early Trump whisperer who called his election right from the start in 2015.

    • Agree: Desiderius
  28. Anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bardon Kaldian
    The best Croatian emigre author is Tom Sunić, although he is, I think, too removed from reality & too ideological. I even voted for his party here, but they lost miserably.

    But the real gem is this:

    Soldo: Why are you gay?

    Greenwald: When I was quite young, I observed that most of the straight boys were similar to you: obnoxious, uncouth, plagued with stunted emotional development, an unwarranted sense of ego, and a sociopathic lack of empathy, all topped off with very thinly veiled fascist tendencies. I set out determined to find a way to not to be that, and settled on gay. Also, my mother was extremely beautiful and I knew early on that no woman would ever measure up. Her name was Norma Bates. Finally, have you seen pictures of my husband?
     
    This is one of the weirdest things I've read of late. I don't know many gays, but those who are homo-they cannot be otherwise. Some are sensitive married people with innate sadness because of ... everything. Others are rather normal & healthy men I enjoy to be in company with, and one or two are real uber- "fascist" sociopaths.

    So this Greenwald's view is probably personally authentic, but very, very limited....

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Well, given the tone of the interview as a whole (full of playful semi-ironic insults/self-deprecation) Greenwald is probably not being entirely serious. Anyway, it makes sense that the quirk that made him gay relates to the quirk that estranged him from other boys, even if it wasn’t literally cause and effect.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  29. @J.Ross
    @Desiderius

    Ed. Buck.
    They really are different.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    Ed Buck is not a group of people. He was also a Republican until relative late in life.

    • Replies: @Feryl
    @Desiderius

    A lot of Republicans were pretty gay but typically closeted in the 80's and 1990's (liberal websites used to keep lists of outed gay Republicans), but for what it's worth over the last 20 years the GOP has hemorrhaged support among the credentialed elite so maybe that's why politically active gays have almost entirely moved to the Democrats by now. And gays are more trendy than straights, and since the New Deal the only time the GOP was remotely fashionable was under Reagan and Newt Gingrich.

    Nowadays the elite aren't F'ing around anymore. They really, really hate the GOP esp. after Trump (remember that the Dems buried Sanders, which the elite finds comforting and has inspired more loyalty to the Dems). In the New Deal era (circa 1930-1963) elites got along well with proles. In the previous Awokening of 1964-1980 they started to hold proles in contempt. From 1981-2003 they calmed down but still bought into Reaganite individualism. Since 2004 they've gone utterly mad.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @J.Ross
    @Desiderius

    >Ed Buck is not a group of people
    "The various criminal perverts closely associated with and probably including Adam Schiff" is a group of people.

    Replies: @Desiderius

  30. @Dave Pinsen
    @Paperback Writer

    Soldo writes the questions and the answers. But he impersonates his interview subjects accurately enough that Greenwald retweeted his Soldo interview appreciatively.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anonymous, @Paperback Writer

    Cerno is trying to put a brave face on it but Soldo paints him as excruciatingly (and a little unfairly) try-hard.

  31. Dubrovnik’s original Italian name was Ragusa. As in Paula Ragusa, a.k.a. Prentiss.

    She and Dick Benjamin celebrate their 60th anniversary this year. Is that a film industry record?

  32. I’d love to see Cernovich go eight rounds with Floyd Mayweather … better still, with Logan Paul.

  33. @Desiderius
    @J.Ross

    Ed Buck is not a group of people. He was also a Republican until relative late in life.

    Replies: @Feryl, @J.Ross

    A lot of Republicans were pretty gay but typically closeted in the 80’s and 1990’s (liberal websites used to keep lists of outed gay Republicans), but for what it’s worth over the last 20 years the GOP has hemorrhaged support among the credentialed elite so maybe that’s why politically active gays have almost entirely moved to the Democrats by now. And gays are more trendy than straights, and since the New Deal the only time the GOP was remotely fashionable was under Reagan and Newt Gingrich.

    Nowadays the elite aren’t F’ing around anymore. They really, really hate the GOP esp. after Trump (remember that the Dems buried Sanders, which the elite finds comforting and has inspired more loyalty to the Dems). In the New Deal era (circa 1930-1963) elites got along well with proles. In the previous Awokening of 1964-1980 they started to hold proles in contempt. From 1981-2003 they calmed down but still bought into Reaganite individualism. Since 2004 they’ve gone utterly mad.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Feryl

    They aren’t the elite.

  34. @Anonymous
    @J.Ross


    Irrelevantly he’s gay and moved to Brazil.
     
    His gayness is very relevant to his positions on things. Also, he adopts gay underage Brazilian boys and runs a foster home for them in a remote area of Brazil.

    Replies: @Triteleia Laxa

    His gayness is very relevant to his positions on things.

    Do you mean that it is relevant, because his experience as a gay man informs his worldview?

    Or do you mean that it is relevant, because it makes his views less valid?

    Also, he adopts gay underage Brazilian boys and runs a foster home for them in a remote area of Brazil.

    Which “remote area”? What is the foster home called?

  35. Thank you for linking this Steve. I am free any time to talk to you about Lee Trevino, the genius of Caddyshack, and the transformation of California.

    • Agree: Triteleia Laxa
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Niccolo Soldo

    STEVE DO THIS, it can probably be tied to fundraising ("if my supporters send X in this time frame I'll explain golf architecture to Soldo" etc).

    , @James Forrestal
    @Niccolo Soldo


    the "genius" of Caddyshack
     
    https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2014/11/09/eye-on-hollywood-reel-bad-wasps/

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  36. @Feryl
    @Desiderius

    A lot of Republicans were pretty gay but typically closeted in the 80's and 1990's (liberal websites used to keep lists of outed gay Republicans), but for what it's worth over the last 20 years the GOP has hemorrhaged support among the credentialed elite so maybe that's why politically active gays have almost entirely moved to the Democrats by now. And gays are more trendy than straights, and since the New Deal the only time the GOP was remotely fashionable was under Reagan and Newt Gingrich.

    Nowadays the elite aren't F'ing around anymore. They really, really hate the GOP esp. after Trump (remember that the Dems buried Sanders, which the elite finds comforting and has inspired more loyalty to the Dems). In the New Deal era (circa 1930-1963) elites got along well with proles. In the previous Awokening of 1964-1980 they started to hold proles in contempt. From 1981-2003 they calmed down but still bought into Reaganite individualism. Since 2004 they've gone utterly mad.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    They aren’t the elite.

  37. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    I have known Nic on the Internet for 20 years, ever since the old Liberty Forum and Phora days. His forum was Salo, but it came under attack by doxxers and is mothballed at this point.

    The good news is there are more Alt/Dissident/Reactionary Rightists out there, with solid middle and upper class careers and family lives, than people think.

  38. @dcthrowback
    Soldo is great, he's totally worth a follow @progrockfarmer, and his interviews are aces. What a sense of humor.

    Soldo interviewing Steve would be +EV for both. The interviews are obviously written, Steve could take his time answering and Soldo has a way of really humanizing his subjects while making them (and us) laugh. Let's make this happen!

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    This should definitely happen, but I’m told Steve declined. Maybe he’ll change his mind.

  39. @J.Ross
    @AnotherDad

    Glenn Greenwald is a lawyer who became a pro-Constitutional though leftist blogger during the 2000's; he has done things with Snowden and offered substantive criticism of things like the USAPATRIOT act. Irrelevantly he's gay and moved to Brazil. Relevantly he had all the testicles which were missing from mainstream right-wing commentators like Hewitt, Hannity, O'Reilly, etc, on January 7th, adamantly pointing out that the "insurrection" was harmless, the deaths were unrelated to the "violence," that the "rioters" were allowed in by police, and that the government response is totally unwarranted.
    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Is that true for most gay guys?

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Harry Baldwin

    Not those who struggle to maintain their T-level. To Cerno’s credit unlike most Western Men at least he’s willing to struggle - and often wins! Could use a lot more like him.

    He posted his parents’ wedding party pics when his dad (grandfather?) died. Comes from good people. Doesn’t make him immune from bad takes (obv no one is). See Dave Burge finally coming off the fence with a loud thud.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    , @J.Ross
    @Harry Baldwin

    Isn't gum a straight guy thing? Chuck Yeager chewed gum. Gum is often a go-to prop for an aloof protagonist.

  40. I don’t trust either of those guys.

  41. Wow! Who knew the DNA test could tell you your ancestors were elite sprinters? I thought a set of triplets exposed how they can’t even show you heritage correctly. Cernovich sometimes seems a bit loopy. Guess it happens when you want to have a mind of a gorilla.

  42. @Harry Baldwin
    @J.Ross

    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Is that true for most gay guys?

    Replies: @Desiderius, @J.Ross

    Not those who struggle to maintain their T-level. To Cerno’s credit unlike most Western Men at least he’s willing to struggle – and often wins! Could use a lot more like him.

    He posted his parents’ wedding party pics when his dad (grandfather?) died. Comes from good people. Doesn’t make him immune from bad takes (obv no one is). See Dave Burge finally coming off the fence with a loud thud.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Desiderius

    See Dave Burge finally coming off the fence with a loud thud.

    Do tell?

  43. @Desiderius
    @J.Ross

    Ed Buck is not a group of people. He was also a Republican until relative late in life.

    Replies: @Feryl, @J.Ross

    >Ed Buck is not a group of people
    “The various criminal perverts closely associated with and probably including Adam Schiff” is a group of people.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @J.Ross

    OP was referring to groups a few orders of magnitude bigger than that. Corollary being that doing as OP recommends facilitates being more active in going after the small gangs of actual perps instead of getting lost in the systemic.

  44. he’s a ludicrous self promoter, so that makes it hard to read him in anything but small doses. but he’s usually correct on politics. also a standard issue libertarian type who wants all drugs legal so he can do all his designer drugs in peace, like Rogan. that stuff gets tiring.

    Cernovich writing cycle: solid political insight, UFC or boxing video, I’m the greatest political writer ever, shouldn’t drugs be legal, you guys should take drugs and do regular blood testing so you can live to 100, solid political insight, I’m suing the DOJ, half of my twitter followers are morons that I blocked, I’m probably the smartest person alive, rinse, repeat.

  45. Anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen
    @Paperback Writer

    Soldo writes the questions and the answers. But he impersonates his interview subjects accurately enough that Greenwald retweeted his Soldo interview appreciatively.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anonymous, @Paperback Writer

    No, Greenwald definitely wrote his own responses to his interview. (I suppose he may have collaborated with the interviewer on some of the jokes.) I don’t know anything about Cernovich though.

  46. @Harry Baldwin
    @J.Ross

    Cernovich is a guy who can hold a lot of bubble gum in his mouth at once.

    Is that true for most gay guys?

    Replies: @Desiderius, @J.Ross

    Isn’t gum a straight guy thing? Chuck Yeager chewed gum. Gum is often a go-to prop for an aloof protagonist.

  47. @Paperback Writer
    @Hangnail Hans

    Here's more, especially for you (and everyone else).

    The media narrative continues to collapse.

    https://greenwald.substack.com/p/yet-another-media-tale-trump-tear


    For more than a year, it has been consecrated media fact that former President Donald Trump and his White House, on June 1 of last year, directed the U.S. Park Police to use tear gas against peaceful Lafayette Park protesters, all to enable a Trump photo-op in front of St. John's Church. That this happened was never presented as a possibility or likelihood but as indisputable truth. And it provoked weeks of unmitigated media outrage, presented as one of the most egregious assaults on the democratic order in decades.

    The IG's conclusion could not be clearer: the media narrative was false from start to finish. Namely, he said, “the evidence did not support a finding that the [U.S. Park Police] cleared the park on June 1, 2020, so that then President Trump could enter the park.” Instead — exactly as Hemingway's widely-mocked-by-liberal-outlets article reported — “the evidence we reviewed showed that the USPP cleared the park to allow a contractor to safely install anti-scale fencing in response to destruction of Federal property and injury to officers that occurred on May 30 and May 31.” Crucially, “the evidence established that relevant USPP officials had made those decisions and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of a potential Presidential visit to the park, which occurred later that day."
     

    Replies: @James Forrestal

    The media narrative continues to collapse.

    That’s not a “narrative collapse” — that’s a modified limited hangout coming way too late to make any difference. Note that Greenwald makes no mention of the previous arson attack on St. John’s by BLM/ antifa terrorists:

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490354-stjohn-church-fire-washington/

    After they set the fire, the crazed mob of arsonists and other rioters attacked fire trucks as they approached the scene. Firefighters needed police support to gain access and fight the fire. Trump’s speech was intended to call attention to that virulently Christophobic terrorist assault on St. John’s, which was part of a string of anti-Christian hate crimes committed across the country by BLM/ antifa mobs last spring and summer:

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/jul/15/black-lives-matter-protesters-turn-rage-churches-r/

    https://www.irishcentral.com/news/attacks-catholic-churches

    On July 10, the Diocese of Brooklyn announced that a statue of the Virgin Mary at Cathedral Prep School and Seminary in Queens. According to the Catholic Register, security footage shows “an individual approaching the 100-year-old statue shortly after 3 a.m. Friday morning and daubing the word “IDOL” down its length.”

    [That sounds like a typically… Black thing to do, right?]

    https://spectator.org/when-churches-burned-down-san-gabriel-anticatholic/

    The word “fire” appears only once in Greenwald’s piece — in a NYT tweet that mentions it in passing, and pretends that it was accidental. “Arson”? Yeah right. No way.

    “Narrative collapse” would be something like: “President Trump spoke out against the BLM/ antifa terrorist attack on St. John’s, calling for peace, tolerance, and an end to these recurrent Christophobic arson attacks. A mob made up of the same terrorist insurrectionists responsible for the earlier hate crime attacked the President, but their assault was stopped using nonlethal means. No serious injuries were reported. No arrests were made in either the arson hate crime against St. John’s, or the attack on the President — and no investigation was conducted.”

  48. @Dave Pinsen
    @Paperback Writer

    Soldo writes the questions and the answers. But he impersonates his interview subjects accurately enough that Greenwald retweeted his Soldo interview appreciatively.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anonymous, @Paperback Writer

    Thanks Dave. I had figured that out but it was kind of you to elaborate. And it proved my point: Greenwald really is a manly, good-natured sodomite!

    (In my ideal society sodomites should be free to practice their vice, in a deep, dark closet.)

    • Replies: @Niccolo Soldo
    @Paperback Writer

    Greenwald wrote his own answers.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

  49. @J.Ross
    @Desiderius

    >Ed Buck is not a group of people
    "The various criminal perverts closely associated with and probably including Adam Schiff" is a group of people.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    OP was referring to groups a few orders of magnitude bigger than that. Corollary being that doing as OP recommends facilitates being more active in going after the small gangs of actual perps instead of getting lost in the systemic.

  50. Greenwald seems to believe that the characteristics he described of straight males are vices…

  51. @Desiderius
    @Harry Baldwin

    Not those who struggle to maintain their T-level. To Cerno’s credit unlike most Western Men at least he’s willing to struggle - and often wins! Could use a lot more like him.

    He posted his parents’ wedding party pics when his dad (grandfather?) died. Comes from good people. Doesn’t make him immune from bad takes (obv no one is). See Dave Burge finally coming off the fence with a loud thud.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    See Dave Burge finally coming off the fence with a loud thud.

    Do tell?

  52. @Niccolo Soldo
    Thank you for linking this Steve. I am free any time to talk to you about Lee Trevino, the genius of Caddyshack, and the transformation of California.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @James Forrestal

    STEVE DO THIS, it can probably be tied to fundraising (“if my supporters send X in this time frame I’ll explain golf architecture to Soldo” etc).

  53. @J.Ross
    Greenwald and Turley have been my favorite legal commentators since the last Bush administration. Cernovich is relying pretty heavily on ethnic favoritism there.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    Law is one area where the old neocon/National Review crowd still has commentary worth following. Andrew McCarthy is a good addition to Greenwald and Turley, although they put a lot of his stuff behind paywalls now.

    • Thanks: J.Ross
  54. These are weird guys. Why should we care?

  55. • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

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

  56. @Screwtape
    I always thought cernovich was the puffpie and greenwald the toughguy.

    So I was right all along.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    But both are invaders and threats to white civilization.

  57. @Paperback Writer
    @Dave Pinsen

    Thanks Dave. I had figured that out but it was kind of you to elaborate. And it proved my point: Greenwald really is a manly, good-natured sodomite!

    (In my ideal society sodomites should be free to practice their vice, in a deep, dark closet.)

    Replies: @Niccolo Soldo

    Greenwald wrote his own answers.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Niccolo Soldo

    Interesting, I stand corrected. How about the others?

  58. @AnotherDad
    Who are these people?

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @joe_mama, @J.Ross, @northeast, @The Anti-Gnostic, @Woodsie

    Greenwald is an American Hero with balls of steel. He escaped to Brazil (no extradition treaty) and lives in exile, barely avoiding the fate of Snowden and Assange. When he first appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show, Tucker thanked him copiously and hailed his survival, almost bringing Glen to tears (insert gay stereotype joke here). It was an honest moment, Tuck acknowledging that Greenwald’s journalism had put him in mortal danger, and Greenwald himself appreciative that Tucker was giving him a mainstream forum, something denied him by his former colleagues on the left, cucks of the Mockingbird Media.

    He will be suicided one day by the CIA, and he knows it. He is one tough little fruit.

  59. @Niccolo Soldo
    Thank you for linking this Steve. I am free any time to talk to you about Lee Trevino, the genius of Caddyshack, and the transformation of California.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @James Forrestal

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @James Forrestal

    Caddyshack is based on the years caddying by the Murray brothers (Bill and Brian Doyle Murray).

    Replies: @black sea, @James Forrestal

  60. @Niccolo Soldo
    @Paperback Writer

    Greenwald wrote his own answers.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    Interesting, I stand corrected. How about the others?

  61. @James Forrestal
    @Niccolo Soldo


    the "genius" of Caddyshack
     
    https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2014/11/09/eye-on-hollywood-reel-bad-wasps/

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Caddyshack is based on the years caddying by the Murray brothers (Bill and Brian Doyle Murray).

    • Replies: @black sea
    @Steve Sailer

    According to Caddyshack's director, Harold Ramis, “Everything we shot with Bill [Murray] in the movie was just him riffing. We just described the physical action and he made up the lines."

    Pretty impressive when you consider how incredibly funny Murray was in the film, particularly the "play through" scene in his character's storage shed/home. He and Chevy Chase refused to speak to each other on the set, so all of that was ad libbed.

    The film's producer, Doug Kennedy, is/was presumably not Jewish.

    Here is an article in Golf Magazine about the cocaine-fueled filming of Caddyshack:

    https://golf.com/lifestyle/celebrities/exclusive-book-excerpt-how-bill-murrays-improvisational-genius-stole-the-show-on-the-set-of-caddyshack/

    , @James Forrestal
    @Steve Sailer

    I suppose it's remotely possible that, as you claim, the virulently semitic supremacist/ anti-White themes, plot, characterizations, and anti-goy stereotypes of Caddyshack are entirely emergent; that they arose entirely at random from your postulated cinematographic equivalent of Brownian motion.

    But how to explain that exactly the same ignorant, hate-filled themes carried though into the sequel then, hmm?

    Thought experiment: suppose Hollywood were an industry controlled by White goyim, and it "just happened" to come up with a product just as pro-White and anti-jew as the Caddyshack films are "accidentally" semitic supremacist and anti-White. Try to picture a prominent anti-goy hate group like the ADL writing it off as "Yeah that's probably just a random 'accident' -- plus maybe some 'self-hating jews' who just happened to end up in that industry; we should just let it slide this time." The mind boggles...

  62. @Steve Sailer
    @James Forrestal

    Caddyshack is based on the years caddying by the Murray brothers (Bill and Brian Doyle Murray).

    Replies: @black sea, @James Forrestal

    According to Caddyshack’s director, Harold Ramis, “Everything we shot with Bill [Murray] in the movie was just him riffing. We just described the physical action and he made up the lines.”

    Pretty impressive when you consider how incredibly funny Murray was in the film, particularly the “play through” scene in his character’s storage shed/home. He and Chevy Chase refused to speak to each other on the set, so all of that was ad libbed.

    The film’s producer, Doug Kennedy, is/was presumably not Jewish.

    Here is an article in Golf Magazine about the cocaine-fueled filming of Caddyshack:

    https://golf.com/lifestyle/celebrities/exclusive-book-excerpt-how-bill-murrays-improvisational-genius-stole-the-show-on-the-set-of-caddyshack/

  63. meh says:

    This is hilarious.

    Niccolo and Donkey (Niccolo Soldo) has been bouncing around obscure web forums (Liberty Forum, the Phora, Salo Forum, etc.), for close to 20 years; more recently he has worked for Vice and other unsavory clickbait sites.

    This is satire, people. It should have been obvious just from the over the top questions and answers; it is even more obvious if you know who Niccolo Soldo is and his internet history. He’s poking fun at himself and the people he is “interviewing.”

    Can’t believe so many people taking this seriously.

  64. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/GavinWax/status/1403453604044890116

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  65. @Steve Sailer
    @James Forrestal

    Caddyshack is based on the years caddying by the Murray brothers (Bill and Brian Doyle Murray).

    Replies: @black sea, @James Forrestal

    I suppose it’s remotely possible that, as you claim, the virulently semitic supremacist/ anti-White themes, plot, characterizations, and anti-goy stereotypes of Caddyshack are entirely emergent; that they arose entirely at random from your postulated cinematographic equivalent of Brownian motion.

    But how to explain that exactly the same ignorant, hate-filled themes carried though into the sequel then, hmm?

    Thought experiment: suppose Hollywood were an industry controlled by White goyim, and it “just happened” to come up with a product just as pro-White and anti-jew as the Caddyshack films are “accidentally” semitic supremacist and anti-White. Try to picture a prominent anti-goy hate group like the ADL writing it off as “Yeah that’s probably just a random ‘accident’ — plus maybe some ‘self-hating jews’ who just happened to end up in that industry; we should just let it slide this time.” The mind boggles…

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