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    1. Race denialism! That’s awesome. I have a question for everyone. Why are whites so hated by seemingly every other race? It’s not as if the other races don’t have their faults and crimes against humanity. Does it mostly have to do with the fact that whites just happen to be the majority in the best places in the world to live (historically speaking, because they built those societies), and other races just want to hijack that hard work? I’m just speculating here.

    2. The white man constitutes the personification of an insult to them. It’s as simple as that. We make them feel inferior. Note that East Asians have no problems with us. I wonder why that is the case.

    3. About a week ago or so, South Korean pop stars started trending WLM to lure whites in just to say, “Gotcha, bitch! You racist pieces of shit.” It’s frustrating, because to defend your white heritage is also seen as racist or white supremacy. This latest white shame movement is probably overblown, but it really lets you in on how many people are actually vocally racist of whites. I hope the elites are happy. God forbid we ever wised up and cleansed them from the world stage.

    4. I sitting on a draft article on the ritual abuse of whites via language. Here’s some food for thought as a preview: why is it that the term “white trash” is firmly established and can be used even in polite society while there is no equivalent for other races? This is particularly noteworthy in light of the current race riots in the US. When did impoverished whites ever behave like those blacks, many of which may not even be particularly impoverished, judging from the footage I’ve seen?

    5. The West is also the only culture in the world that is accepting of social Leftism. Feminism, multiculturalism, children’s rights, gay rights, environmentalism, animal rights etc.

      Yet, the Left hates white men.

    6. „Why are whites so hated by seemingly every other race?“

      I think the answer to this question is multifaceted, but if I had to keep it short I would break it down into the following two points:

      Envy (of their wealth etc.) and a strong inferiority complex both in regards to intellect (all races except maybe east asians) and sexuality (all other races including east asians (at least when we are talking about men))

      whites* are self-loathing and like to take it up the butt: blacks, arabs, hispanics etc. can only win when lashing out against the guilt-crippled whites (who still hold a lot of resources which they can be emotionally blackmailed to hand out relatively easily). POCs basically run no risk of getting handed some retaliation by whites even in the form of mere verbal resistance (except from ostracized groups/individuals without the power to cause them real harm). Most members of these relatively on average dumber races are too primitive to simply grasp the concept of a non-zero sum game. Hence they view kindness, mercy, generosity and charity (especially towards strangers) as stupidity and weakness (evermore rightfully so, I would argue) to be exploited and they held contempt for whites projecting these qualities. The more whites cave in and virtue signal, the more the bar for what counts as racism/white supremacy/eurocentrism gets lowered and the harder transgressions get punished (interesting analogy to gender dynamics, by the way).

      (*Here: whites = Anglos and Western Europeans; Eastern and Southern Europeans (if the later still would pass as “whites”; Spain is quite cucked, too, but Italy much less so) are a different story.)

      Why whites are and how they became this way can probably be explained with game theory:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6nRx9-Ovlk

      (in german; no english subtitles, unfortunately)

    7. @Pickernanny bluntly speaking I blame Jews. Ashkenazis look so much like us, and are way more nepotistic than us. They are also intelligent, so they are capable of gaining a foothold in pretty much any field where intelligence is disproportionately rewarded as opposed to say, pro basketball. Once they’re in, they hire their own and fire/destroy anyone who criticizes them. Their animus towards their host countries has played out repeatedly throughout history, having been expelled from 109 countries at the barest possible minimum.

      While plenty of ethnic Jews aren’t practicing Judaism, I think it’s clear that the anti-gentile nature of the Talmud is a reflection of their disdain.

      Also, jews are at the origin of communism, feminism and all social justice movements.

      If I’m exaggerating, then why was the Soviet government 80% Jewish instead of ethnic Russians?

      https://youtu.be/-pDtgWUtdUM

    8. On a related note, the claim that the early Soviet Union was predominantly run by Jews has become an “antisemitic canard”. It’s funny how the Jews rewrite history. Back in the days, the term “judeo-bolshevism” was standard. Only because the Jews were offended by it, I guess it had something to do with the Soviet Union not doing so well after WWII, did it become a problem for them. That’s just like how the Wikipedia page of guys like Harvey Weinstein or Jeffrey Epstein got thoroughly “de-jewed” after they had fallen from grace.

    9. MacDonald is a good guy. He wrote a scathing response to Jordan Peterson’s reprehensible piece on the Jewish Question: https://www.unz.com/article/a-reply-to-jordan-peterson/
      There was also a debate between MacDonald and some Cambridge academic who fares really poorly at refuting him, yet arrogantly believes that he is right. That happened a year or two ago. I got a few chuckles out of it and lost even more respect for academia.

    10. Well said guys. I agree with everything.

      Basically whites are the envy of the world. They have literally created democracy and invented almost everything. Our only fault is that we can easily get manipulated by the Jews and we are too compassionate. Doesn’t help that they have destroyed the will and strength of the white man. Also white women and men are on average more attractive therefore ther races have envy as the beauty standard is the white bone structure. Sadly all the alpha men died during ww1 and ww2 leaving all the betas raising another generation of betas, raising another generation of beta etc, the only thing that can change the course of history for whites is a world war. Unfortunately I don’t feel a lot of hope for our people sadly.

    11. MacDonald explains in the Culture of Critique why whites let Jews take over the reins of Western culture. He explains it in the way the northern Europeans evolved in conditions that supported monogomy, small families, and individualism. They mostly fought the rugged environment as opposed to other tribes. This is opposed to the Semitic people’s of the middle East where they evolved in conditions that supported large clans, polygamy, and tribalism.

      The tribalist, ethnocentric group evolutionary strategy found a very succeptable host in the Western man’s morally universalistic, altruistic world view. He also explains the evolutionary history of Jews supports Jewish movements like Boasian anthropology, psychoanalysis, communism, the Frankfurt School and neoconservativism that all lacked scientific rigor. They depended on charismatic, authoritarian leaders and group think as opposed to Western sciences. This also explains why Jews developed the first monotheistic religion (which is all that the above movements were).

      The evolutionary conditions of Europeans heavily supporting individualism also explains why all of the major sciences, political/economic theories and inventions came from the West.

    12. Ah, I enjoyed reading everyone’s replies. It’s nice to have a place to discuss these topics. Resources online are few and far between, but I will definitely be checking out MacDonald’s work.

      I happened to stumble across this article recently titled ‘The Elites Are In Trouble.’

      https://palaceintrigueblog.com/2020/06/

      This opinion states that the majority of well off whites and even businesses as big as Wal-Mart and CVS could be packing up and leaving cities such as NY, LA and Chicago – leaving them in a Detroit-like state. The author believes that the elites are playing defense and making serious gambles, even going as far as to say that they’ve knowingly forfeited gun control in America for good with this latest stunt in the hopes that they can squeeze out as much of the minority vote as possible.

      Needless to say I had to do some digging on DuckDuckGo to find this blog. In any case, I hope there is some truth to the claims. That the elites are basically in a sort of panic mode and willing to make concessions at this point.

    13. The elites are running around like the proverbial chickens with their heads cut off. We’ve had three manufactured mass hysterias in 2019 — man-made global warming, Covid-19, and now “I cain breef!” — and June isn’t even over. We may see a fourth wave with “autonomous zones” springing up all over the West. They elites have lost the plot and are just throwing crap against the wall, hoping that something will stick. Of course, the destruction of society is a concession they are willing to make for the greater good. The current hot topic in elite circles is the “great reset”: https://www.weforum.org/great-reset. I think the problem is that those people are megalomaniacs with ever-decreasing IQs, measured in generational timeframes. Their forebears were able to build empires and colonize other countries with what we’d consider primitive technology nowadays. In contrast, today’s elites are a bunch of pathetic little fucks who take too many drugs to be able to think clearly anymore. Just ask yourself when you were last impressed or even just emotionally moved by the speech of a politician.

    14. “why is it that the term “white trash” is firmly established and can be used even in polite society while there is no equivalent for other races? ”

      Fun fact: I always considered the existence of the term “white trash” in combination with the non-existence of the term “black trash” to be quite telling and actually insulting towards blacks. Almost as if “black trash” was redundant while “white trash” is anything but, if you see what I mean.

    15. That’s an interesting change of perspective. I think it would have been quite valid even a few years ago, but today, the black man, sorry, Black man is revered like a saint, even if he was a six-time felon with a rap sheet about as long as Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C.

    16. I discovered Jared Taylor last year and read two of his books– ‘Shadows of the Rising Sun’ (I learnt a lot about Japan that mainstream commentary just hasn’t been able to cover) and ‘White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century’. He really opened my eyes to how fraught race relations are in the US and because of that I consciously consider myself a race realist today. Living in Sweden has also expedited that development. In the past I was only subconsciously one.

    17. @Aaron

      Todays politicians just need to pander a bit and everyone goes wild. I honestly believe Mike Judge had it right with his film Idiocracy, we have truly gotten too comfortable and complacent even going as far as to incentivize morons to breed and punish the productive class. Devolution is in full force it would seem, and I’m convinced that technological eugenics is already beginning its rounds outside of the West to help exponentiate cognitive progress.

      I’m becoming increasingly interested in hearing more about how the Chinese may liberate the West, though I’m admittedly skeptical that they’d have any interest in facilitating the prosperity of the common Westerner. Given the state of the West and its accelerated dumbing down of leaders and the population, it appears inevitable that an intelligent and singularly focused Nation would come to dominate.

    18. I’ve been collecting my thoughts on the issue of a Chinese liberation of the West. It’s a nicely provocative way of pointing out that we’re ruled by a hostile elite. However, I think it’s more likely that we’ll see colonization at first, probably followed by expulsion. This is already quite obvious in places like Vancouver or parts of Australia. Also, the Chinese own trillions of US debt. They may just ask for their pound of flesh, claim half the country, and send in their fellow countrymen to populate it while a standing army defends the border to the multicultural part of the US. I’d say this scenario is somewhat realistic, in particular because the Chinese are playing a long game, unlike the West with its focus on quarterly results. I think the Chinese are much more interested in the land and its resources than the survival of the white race.

      The West is in disarray. If the Chinese wanted to, they could take over parts of the Western world with little resistance already. Currently, they’re warming up by sending troops into India and amping up the rhetoric on Taiwan.

    19. Aaron,

      I think I may have had a revelation lately. It’s probably best that we discuss this privately, though. I’ll consult you sometime. Thanks for the reply.

  1. A little thought experiment and survey: Say you are now in your early thirties and do not want to slave away at work to secure a good pension for yourself. For some obscure reason you also fear your savings might be eaten up before you even hit retirement age by inflation and/or new, creative tax regulations aiming for redistribution of wealth (hey, that’s only fair). And for some even more obscure, inexplicable reason you also do not trust Tyrone, Jamal, Jose, Muhammad, Ali and Nugotu (or rather their splendid, promising offspring) to provide some kind of state pension for you via their tax payer dollars/euros. Say furthermore, you only can tolerate witnessing your body decaying so much and you do not want to risk to develop the ’heimers or something like this. Moreover, you cannot cope with the breathtaking societal, economical and technological progress, i.e. women and persons of color thriving and flourishing, building socialist, CO2-neutral Wakandas on Mars and in the Mariana Trench etc., as it hurts your ego as a (now) old(ish) white male. So you decide to off yourself.

    Albeit this scenario takes place 10-30 years in the future lets stick to means available as of now, e.g. injecting a bunch of nano bots into your brain so they may dissolve it is of the table and so is hacking your dominatrix-robot to overwrite Asimov’s laws as the level of wokeness and diversity in science that would allow for such break-through technologies will probably not be reached before 2025 (year 1 of AOC). Lets also say you are living in a country like $haremoney ($haremanistan/EUDSSR), so you do not have access to guns unless you are part of an “extend family” of sorts (no, Muellers and Meyers do not count) and might not be able to turn to societies providing assisted/accompanied suicide (such as “Dignitas”). So basically, you want to off yourself and are on your own (more or less).

    How would you go about it? Suggestions would be much appreciated.

    1. On a more serious note: this question might also become very relevant once public order collapses (if only temporarily, e.g. for a couple of weeks or months). I prefer to not be beaten to death or what have you by a bunch of looters (aka. “mostly peaceful protesters”) if I could just off myself in a more pleasant way before they get me. I do not consider this scenario very likely, but our elites are brilliant at fucking things up (social cohesion, social safety nets, education, inner and outer peace, the economy, the infrastructure, the national power supply etc.) and normies (> 80% of the electorate) apparently view this as a great virtue, so who knows? (The crazy train may have no breaks, but it for sure has one strong, huge and efficient locomotive.)

      I am a bit scared to bring up the topic of suicide as I fear Lisbon and Co. might read this. So maybe we should tread lightly with concrete instructions (which would on the other hand be very interesting and “practical” to know).

    2. I thought about this some time ago and also wrote a post on it for my other blog: https://www.aaronselias.com/2019/01/10/the-dignity-of-suicide/
      In that post I mention assisted suicide. However, once the proverbial s*** really hits the fan, you may not be able to take a flight to Switzerland to get euthanized. Well, you couldn’t easily do so right now, due to the Covid-19 hoax.

      I’d look into chemical substances. At the end of WWII, the Nazis handed out cyanide capsules. It’s probably possible to source cyanide via the Internet these days. I haven’t looked into alternatives, but I’d say that’s the way to go. Hanging can go wrong, slitting your wrist is painful and causes a huge mess, blowing your brains out with a gun doesn’t work because our masters don’t want us to have guns as they’re afraid of an insurrection of the wrong people.

      If you want to know what doesn’t work, I’d research female suicide attempts. From what I gather, they are a lot less successful at it than men. This implies that whatever women do to reliably kill themselves is probably worth investigating.

    3. Unless I msiread the commemt, the views of both of you on Dignitas/Exit are flawed.

      You can’t just have them help you pull the plug because you are sick and tired of this world.
      You need a medical condition which is more or less narrowly defined. It really needs.

    4. I am not the one who would recommend suicide, but suppose you have rationally reached that decision and want to carry it out, I see 3 modes:

      Private-discrete: sit in your car with your windows rolled up and a rubber hose leading exhaust fumes to you. Go to sleep.

      Private-dramatic: find yourself a nice cliff to jump off. Bonus points for the great view. Tall building or bridge will do too, but you risk hurting someone below.

      Public-pain in the ass: step in front of a high speed train. Everyone on board will hate you posthumously for messing up their schedule, but you will seriously traumatize the train conductor. So better not.

      Public-dramatic: set yourself on fire in a public place while blaming the government. People have started revolutions this way, so who knows, maybe we get lucky.

    5. @Aaron: “I thought about this some time ago and also wrote a post on it for my other blog:” Yeah, I remember reading this article a while back. I liked it very much. Time to read it again, I guess.

      “At the end of WWII, the Nazis handed out cyanide capsules. It’s probably possible to source cyanide via the Internet these days. I haven’t looked into alternatives, but I’d say that’s the way to go.” From what I understand taking cyanide basically leads to rapid suffocation, a pretty quick, but also nasty, painful and anxiety inducing death. I have read claims that you may sleep away slowly into death, if you get the dose low enough, but that is not a bet I would like to take. Maybe cyanide in combination with morphine would be acceptable. (I think that’s how Goebbels offed himself, his wife and their children.)

      If pentobarbital/pentobarbitone can put our furry friends (I am not talking about the weirdos in their flamboyant costumes) to rest in a peaceful manner, it might also work on humans, I guess. (Maybe I simply should look up what they use at Dignitas and Co.)

      I would be a bit uneasy pursuing these kinds of meds on the black market/from the dark net as I really want to be 100% sure that I am getting the right, pure stuff in the required concentration. However, if I happened to knew some doctor or pharmacist I could trust with these matters, I would turn to him probably. I am just hypothesizing, I am of course a law-abiding citizen. (I better be cause I have no cultural boni to expect.)

      “Hanging can go wrong, slitting your wrist is painful and causes a huge mess” I agree. If your neck doesn’t snap during hanging you are in for minutes or even hours of hellish misery. Maybe wrist slitting could be made tolerable by injecting morphines first, but then one might get out of suicide-mood to quickly?

      “blowing your brains out with a gun doesn’t work because our masters don’t want us to have guns as they’re afraid of an insurrection of the wrong people.” That is a real shame! This would be my favorite way to go: quick, painless and somehow ballsy and manly. (By committing this kind of suicide in your office (of course after all colleagues have left or are yet to show up) you could also stick it to the man a little, LOL!) But this would require getting a license first and familiarizing oneself with fire-arms, which is quite the lengthy process (at least in $haremony). Again, I do not trust the reliability of black market products too much (and I abide by the laws, of course).

      “If you want to know what doesn’t work, I’d research female suicide attempts.” Lol, that’s actually a brilliant approach! Thanks!

      (By the way, Aaron, I haven’t forgotten about my consultation request. It might just take a few more weeks till I get down all the required bullet points/pre-consultation notes. It’s still on my radar (as is writing down my hooker-horror stories to share them with you and your readers), I just have a lot on my plate these days.)
      (By the way, Aaron, I haven’t forgotten about my consultation request. It might just take a few more weeks till I get down all the required bullet points/pre-consultation notes.)

    6. @Neutral: Thanks for the hint! I, for one, fucked this up. (Funny, because I actually am aware of this fact. Maybe I was thinking of this depressive young woman who was euthanized in the Netherlands. She in a sense was of course also in a critical medical condition and did not simply suddenly show up at their door one day at 2 p.m. saying “Yo, I wanna die!” and got served at 2:08 p.m.)

      @Yarara: Thanks for replying!

      “I am not the one who would recommend suicide, but suppose you have rationally reached that decision and want to carry it out, I see 3 modes:” Even at the risk that you understood me correctly from my initial comment and were just speaking in general terms, I still would like to clarify: for me personally suicide will almost certainly not become an option before 2030 or so (then it will most likely at least start to hold some appeal due to biographical reasons, which I cannot go into here). It might take yet another 20 years or so before it definitely becomes the better alternativ to continuing living. (Time will tell.)

      “Private-discrete”: I always though this (death by carbon monoxide poisoning) would be painful as it basically is suffocating, but I just searched a little and it basically seems to just give one a little nausea and headache before one passes out (at least from what I understand). This also resembles what one sees in movies and series.

      “Private-dramatic”: The fear might be too much to successfully overcome. And it might feel like ages until one hits the ground. (But if one were to do this nonetheless, I agree, a cliff instead of a building should be chosen.)

      “Public-pain in the ass”: Yeah, quite the dick move, so better not.

      “Public-dramatic”: Only if my nervous system were to magically disappear the instant I started burning, lol! Besides, I would of course like to stay around and reap the benefits of the revolution – or at least witness some fuckers getting fucked, hehe…

    7. My understanding is that carbon monoxide poisoning is so gentle you dont even realize its happening – hence why so many people have died in their sleep from malfunctioning stoves.

      I recently read some articles about people who got monoxide poisoning because they forgot their cars in their garages, engine running. Apparently, there is some issue with some models having such smooth running engines that it is perfectly possible (especially if you are old, or have hearing problems) to exit the car and forget its still running. The switch from traditional car keys to other methods (contactless, pads, whetever) removes the usual “ritual” we are used to, from time immemorial, of taking your keys out and locking the doors with it, so some people forget.

      If you want to make it safer, you should choose a time when no one will find you quickly (say during the night) and maybe pop a couple sleeping pills to ease yourself into sleep.

      If I were so inclined, I would like to go in a more exciting way, maybe jumping out of a plane with no parachute. Or maybe I would enlist to go fight on the frontlines against ISIS, or whatever group of fanatics we have in a few decades time.

      Can you imagine ISIS taking you prisoner, only to find you are wearing your own suicide vest? And you last words, in their face: “Jesus is Great!” 🙂 🙂

    8. “If you want to make it safer, you should choose a time when no one will find you quickly (say during the night) and maybe pop a couple sleeping pills to ease yourself into sleep.” I think you might have established the silver bullet for suicide. You just have to make sure your car is not designed by some woke Greta fan boys/girls/persons in order to keep the CO-emission sufficiently high.

      “Or maybe I would enlist to go fight on the frontlines against ISIS, or whatever group of fanatics we have in a few decades time.” The idea is tempting, but I wonder if I have the balls and the vigor for this. This could also go horribly wrong, if you are captured during battle and then tortured (to death) by some shit heads.

      “Can you imagine ISIS taking you prisoner, only to find you are wearing your own suicide vest? And you last words, in their face: “Jesus is Great!” 🙂 🙂”
      That would be a remedy, of course. “DEUS VULT, habibi!”😂

    9. A blank gun is enough to kill you. You just Need to Put it in the right place or maybe even obstruct it with a metal bullet that can be bought freely. Its basically like those bolt guns for animals

    10. Coincidently the german antifa recently put a man in a coma with this kind of gun (among other things):

      http://www.pi-news.net/2020/05/mordanschlag-zentrum-automobil-setzt-10-000-euro-fuer-hinweise-aus/

      „Andreas Ziegler, participant of the demonstration for basic rights in Stuttgart a week ago, is still in a coma in intensive care after being attacked with brass knuckles by a horde of left-wing terrorists, kicked while lying on the ground and critically injured with a gas pistol (PI-NEWS reported). Two other participants were also seriously injured.“

      That’s what you get for protesting for the continued existence of the diesel engine in Merkel’s $haremoney of 2020.

      I also know of a German alternative YouTuber, who tried to attempt suicide this way, but failed. He did not even get really injured this way, he just claimed that it hurt as hell. I think a lot of factors play into this: kind of bullet, how „strong“ the particular gun is and of course the individual’s skull thickness.

      All in all, the risk of just ending as a cripple in the worst case is too high for my liking, albeit obstructing it with a metal bullet might of course help.

    11. “We’ll do those consultation sessions when you’re ready. Don’t fret it.”
      Thanks! I will let you know once I am ready – whenever that might turn out to be.

    1. I linked to an article above about current events. This particular quote struck me as I thought back on the bit chute video I had watched earlier of the white Irish guy enjoying his privilege.

      “The next step for the rioters is killing people–white people–in mass numbers. If their anger does not subside, if their fever does not break–and there’s no reason to believe it will given the malevolence of the media that made them so angry and hateful in the first place–then their next step is to start slaughtering white people in mass numbers. Businesses are already displaying the “minority-owned” or “black lives matter” signs in the windows in hopes of being spared by the mobs. How long until our houses have to be marked with “BLM” signs to be passed over by roving death squads?

      Lots of urban whites are not going to stick around long enough to find out.“

    2. Yeah, at the end of the day the equation is rather simple (albeit a bit lengthy perhaps):

      mass import of (already anti-white) vile savages + installation/amplification of victim narrative in the brains of these savages + normie naivety + white guilt/white ethno-masochism + soyboyification of the male indigenous youth + weakening/cucking of the police and military + theft via taxation etc. and redistribution from whites to non-whites + diversity hiring quotas (+ disarmament of the indigenous whites (cf. Sweden, $haremoney etc.)) = white suicide

      The anti-white cancer has been proliferate for a long time. Now we might enter a new stage. Ironically (but probably predictably), most of the people killed so far during the riots have been black afaik.

      „Lots of urban whites are not going to stick around long enough to find out“

      I wonder how many woke allies will engage in white flight, once they realize what is about to hit them? However, a lot of these nimby assholes might find the boat has sailed for them and they are stuck in Happy Rainbow Ville for good or at least until a knife or a bullet gets stuck in them.

    1. Addidas joins in adressing inequality:

      https://www.theatlantavoice.com/articles/adidas-says-at-least-30-of-new-us-positions-will-be-filled-by-black-or-latinx-people/

      (“Latinx”! I’m gonna die!)

      “A new hiring initiative at Adidas is aiming to increase the representation of people of color in its North American workforce.

      The company plans to fill a minimum of 30% of new positions with black or Latinx people, Adidas announced Tuesday, along with several other actions it is taking in response to recent protests over the death of George Floyd and calls for racial justice.”

      “Adidas will also donate $20 million over the next four years in three initiatives it says support black communities: Adidas Legacy, the company’s grassroots basketball platform for underserved communities; the Adidas School for Experiential Education in Design, which helps people create careers in footwear design; and Honoring Black Excellence, which the company describes as “an initiative honoring and supporting the Black community through sport.””

    2. It’s been about a decade or so since I last owned a pair of Adidas shoes. Nowadays, I’m only wearing New-Balance, the official sneaker of the Alt-Right.

    3. I wonder how much of this stuff will actually stick, or if the narrative will just shift in a couple months and it will be forgotten. This latest fiasco has kind of cemented my contempt for the West, btw. I sort of get how Aaron has been so disillusioned by Western policies, the recent gaslighting and shaming in the US has near fully converted my formerly optimistic world view into a nihilistic black hole. I consider myself at least lucky enough to be in state that’s armed to the teeth.

    4. This deal is getting worse all the time, though. Now we have a bunch of thugs declaring an autonomous zone in a major city (Seattle), and the mayor pretending to not know about it. As I wrote in an article on my other blog, our leaders want you to experience chaos. This is just the next step, and an escalation I would not have considered possible. This little “autonomous” republic is still around, four days later. In contrast, my heart fills with joy when I imagine how the Chinese would deal with such bullshit. You’d have riot police show up and they’d also demonstratively stack up plastic coffins in plain sight of the criminals. This is the signal to the criminals to surrender as they otherwise might end up dead. (I’m not making this up. A friend of mine who lives in Beijing told me about this move out of the Chinese playbook.)

    5. “In contrast, my heart fills with joy when I imagine how the Chinese would deal with such bullshit. You’d have riot police show up and they’d also demonstratively stack up plastic coffins in plain sight of the criminals. This is the signal to the criminals to surrender as they otherwise might end up dead. (I’m not making this up. A friend of mine who lives in Beijing told me about this move out of the Chinese playbook.)”

      In 1989, Chinese policemen used automatic rifle go shoot at the crowd. You support this?

    6. ALTHOUGH HE DID NOT ACTUALLY WITNESS
      ANY LARGE SCALE SHOOTINGS ON THE SQUARE PROPER, GALLO
      SAW MANY CASUALTIES BROUGHT INTO THE SQUARE AND DID
      NOT DOUBT THAT HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE IN BEIJING WERE
      KILLED BY THE ARMY ON JUNE 3 AND 4.

      According to this document, there was indeed no shooting. But there were still deaths.

      Sleazy, thank you for pointing out wikileaks though

    7. Its true that not many people were killed at Tiananmen square itself, but it became a fashionable symbol for an actual repression that actually ocurred. Calling it a hoax is not quite right, misleading would be a better descriptor.

      The brunt of the deaths was actually borne by striking workers elsewhere in China. “Nondescript factores in places we cannot quite prononuce and have no idea where on the fucking map they are” does not have quite the same punch in propoaganda terms like “Tiananmen”

    8. Wait, the Tiananmen Square massacre wasn’t a massacre and didn’t happen at Tiananmen Square, but the name is only “misleading” to you? Technically, you’re right. It is misleading. Yet, such an argument would strike me as a very diplomatic way of referring to a clear hoax. The only thing missing is the temporal aspect. Surely, if the Chinese shot a few rioters once, we can’t just pick an arbitrary time and place, and inflate the number of people, and we get an instant hoax. With the Tiananmen Square Hoax, the West, however, fudged location and number of victims. I wonder how many massacres the elites would have invented about the Chinese if we didn’t have the Internet. I’m reminded of the organ-harvesting bullshit that’s been floating around online. Without the Internet, I bet we’d hear those stories 24/7, just like the Jews in the United States made up stories about the carcasses of dead Jews floating on rivers in Berlin in the early 1930s.

    9. Just like the “opposition” here in Nicaragua or Venezuela is so polluted by progressivism, NGO’s and foundations from guys like Soros (or similar), that an official account of the turmoil from the last few years would have Aaron saying my own first-hand account is a hoax, apparently.

      No, fellas. The lesson here is to fully trust no one. Particularly no journalist, even the one who’s on my side, should be trusted. It’s a wicked profession, these days, everywhere.

    10. I still dont know why Aaron is so fascinated with PRC (Peoplr Republic of China). I had e lived there 6 years, pursuing a Linguistics degree, specialized in Chinese. Now I reside in the US. It is like a world difference apart.

      In China, you cant buy anything from international amazon. No youtube, no gmail, no facebook, even blogspots are blocked. They offer Baidu, Wechat and QQ. But these are inferior to google, youtube and facebook. Packages that are sent to you could be stolen.

      Why praising a country that you have never set foot to?

      Would he has that courage to stay there long-termed, and gives up all benefits he is currently enjoying in Sweden?

    11. According to the various IP addresses you use, you seem to be moving around an awful lot across the US in a time of lockdown and civil unrest. Are you sure you’re not just using a VPN?

      Your arguing from a white-left neo-liberal perspective. Instead, I’d ask why an ethnostate with its own fully functional social media sites and payment processors would need Western versions of them. Furthermore, I’d say it is at the very least doubtful that the Chinese products. Try entering “American inventors” into Google Image Search! You’ll learn that African-American men and women were the driving force behind American science and engineering. Also Google Translate is so woke that it translates, among others, “far-left anarchist” into (German) “rechtsextremer Anarchist”, i.e. “right-wing anarchist”, following the MSM push to brand rioting Antifa footsoldiers as “white supremacists”.

    12. “According to the various IP addresses you use, you seem to be moving around an awful lot across the US in a time of lockdown and civil unrest. Are you sure you’re not just using a VPN?”
      I have no idea of what IP addresses I currently have. As for my private life, allow me to hide it under the carpet.

      You once again prove that your worldview is based mostly on the internet. I am now in the US and I can go anywhere I like. In Philly, everything has calmed down and life has gone back to normal. You should write about countries where you have stayed and worked for a long period of time instead of speculating on countries where you have no direct experience.

      “Your arguing from a white-left neo-liberal perspective. Instead, I’d ask why an ethnostate with its own fully functional social media sites and payment processors would need Western versions of them.”

      I don’t identify myself with any of your black and white race stuff.

      Let me counter your rhetorical question by asking another question, why not? If China is such a wonderful place like you said, then both Western and Chinese social media could co-exist. This provides the people maximum freedom of reading news. Instead, they censor Western media companies while promoting their own. It doesn’t strike you that Chinese people are now in tight control of the Communist Party. Anyone who has lived under Communist societies (I am from Vietnam) can see that this is the continuation of earlier forms of Communist media control.

      Here in the US, I can access any Chinese website I want, read any Chinese newspaper I want, use Wechat and QQ all I want. The only inconvenience is that I can’t directly buy books on Taobao and kongfuzi jiushu (孔夫子旧书). And that is the Chinese fault, not the US. Can China offers such a degree of freedom? In any Chinese restaurant in Philly, I could watch CCTV with anti-American propaganda. Can I do that in China? You probably know the answer.

      “You’ll learn that African-American men and women were the driving force behind American science and engineering. Also Google Translate is so woke that it translates, among others, “far-left anarchist” into (German) “rechtsextremer Anarchist”, i.e. “right-wing anarchist”, following the MSM push to brand rioting Antifa footsoldiers as “white supremacists”.”

      I have read your forum extensively and notice that you have turned 180 degrees from supporting the Left to the Right. The only common feature of your past and present is the constant animosity towards the US, and I wonder why.

      About google translator, I don’t know why it displays the way it does on your screen, but here it says “linksextremer Anarchst”. I don’t speak German but I look up on the internet and it says that link is left.

    13. This discussion is more suited for my other blog, so let’s keep it short: there is tremendous censorship going on in the West. The idea of pointing the finger at China in that regard is laughable. Of course, to a lefty, it’s totally okay to censor everything that doesn’t fit a rather narrow corridor of opinions and beliefs. Look up the case of the domain seizure of The Daily Stormer or the “de-platforming” of Alex Jones. Free speech my ass.

      It’s amusing to me that you seem to hardly ever acknowledge the points I bring up, yet when you think you’ve found a chink in my armor, you double down. I thus assume you’ve verified for yourself that the Google version of history has it that American inventors and scientists were a rather black bunch. Does this change your view on Google in any way?

      Here are some links so that you can confirm that Google is doing a psy-ops of trying to rebrand Antifa terror as a right-wing phenomenon:
      https://www.danisch.de/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Bildschirmfoto_2020-06-01_20-53-47.png
      https://www.danisch.de/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Bildschirmfoto_2020-06-01_20-56-08.png
      For context, quite a few Germans aren’t as fluent in English as you may think, so they rely on Google Translate to read foreign news, so this is not some triviality. This was most likely fixed in the meantime because Google tends to do that when they get caught and their “human error” was too blatant to find any good justification for it.

    14. I have to say this, China nowadays is highly corrupted. Here corruption primarily means bribing, offering gifts to government officials in exchange of favors. This kind of corruption occurs from the lowest level to the highest one, in almost all departments of Chinese government.

      I actually tried to write about the history of corruption in Chinese history. But my professor told me this would take more than 2 years to complete, thus I switch to Linguistics and write a thesis on the difference and similarity between Chinese and Vietnamese directional complements (趋向补语)

    15. I’ll just butt into this argument to say the following: as a Vietnamese (in other words, inside the DEE’s sphere of influence/imperialism), I would trust @CQV more than Aaron pertaining the Chinese way of living and dealing with foreigners. Having said that, there’s of course a bias involved that makes him sympathetic to the Gringos. Being from a country inside the US’ sphere of influence myself, I’m very much aware of their form of imperialism, which is JUST AS PERVASIVE (for better or for worse) as the Russian and Chinese versions, which is the view Yarara and I have been trying to convey to Aaron.

      As to the matter of Aaron shifting 180° from left to right, is that so? He turned from a shameless womanizer to a socially conservative guy throughout his time as a blogger, but other than that, I don’t remember him with commie tendencies at all.

      Mind you, I haven’t followed him from the beginning. My story in relation to finding about Aaron begins around 2011 when I first dared to consume PUA material (it was Vin Di Carlo, thank God all I did was pirating it), but shortly after, my skepticism started growing until I finally stumbled upon a famous (by amateur blogging standards, I surmise) article by some psychology aficionado who called himself Ricky Raw bashing PUA’s in a very sophisticated manner. Perhaps Alek Novy remembers that article, because I found him there before following him to the Seduction Myth site and eventually to Aaron’s old blog around 2014, I think (too bad Ricky Raw, an African American dude, had to become a militant black activist the last time I read from him before Trump got elected. I think he’s smart but the tribe’s call is strong, I guess).

    16. I would be very surprised if I made any statements that could be interpreted as having come from someone with commie beliefs. Maybe if you take something completely out of context and interpret it in the most uncharitable way possible, but what point would that make? I certainly made a few statements that are critical of exploitative capitalism, but it would be rather bizarre to conclude that this makes me a commie. The most clear-cut cases should be various side notes in my Sleazy Stories books. Hooking up with a lot of women certainly gave me a different view on society and made me more aware of social issues, but also of the fact that some people are simply their own worst enemy, so it would be futile to blame society. That’s very much a non-commie view, though.

    17. @Manuel S: I am not without bias. The first bias is that I am a Vietnamese, so I tend to be critical of China. Traditionally, Vietnam and China had a long history of military conflicts. This shapes my own attitude towards China. Vietnam, in many ways, is similar to China since its political system mirrors the Chinese ones.

      That being said, the fact that I lived in China for 6 years make me speak of China from my first-hand understanding. There are lots of positive things in China. Among them is transportation. Public transportation is developing in China at a frightening pace. Infrastructure is highly developed in major cities on the sea coast. This is remarkable if you consider the fact that China rebuild their economy from the ruins of Mao’s reign.

      But if you step outside of major cities and go the landlocked provinces, your view of China will change drastically. Abject poverty is the norm. Compared to that, the US develops rather evenly. Certainly New York or Los Angeles will be much more vibrant than say Wichita. But overall almost all states in US enjoy rather high standard of living compares to China.

      Basic necessities like water or air is great in the US. In China, especially in Shanghai and Beijing, air pollution and water problems is nothing unusual. Foods are not strictly monitored like in the US. Almost everything from tomatoes to lemons are much larger than their natural size, suggesting that they have been injected growth hormones. Pesticides are heavily used. One of my friends who come from a rather affluent family which specializes in commercial fertilizer import almost everything from China. Organic foods are not tightly controlled like in the US.

      Education is even worse. Chinese children lost their innocence and childhood due to excessive workloads at school. When they enter university, all that is left is an exhausted body wrapping a dying soul. They have learned English in almost 12 years, yet cannot utter a word. Job prospects are gloom. What is even more outrageous is that they can buy and sell Master and Phds degree like a commodity. There is even services that offer writing Master or Phd thesis at a reasonable price. Those who do this are bright young students from poor family. This could be a lucrative job for them.

      In short, be careful of worshipping a country that you have not extensively lived, studied and worked. Only real contacts with that country can bring great insights. No movies or internet articles can give you that kind of perspective.

    18. You need to see more of the U.S. My experience of the country has been rather superficial as my trips amount to a total of only about two months. That being said, I saw enough of it to learn that it is not an exaggeration to say that outside of the major cities it looks more like a developing country. Plus, there is the public safety issue, which is a serious issue. In the middle of a weekday, a black dude tried to provoke me into a fight, on the subway, in one of the most expensive parts of the city. I noticed that he had a banch of dudes with him, so I got off the subway. I’m not a racist, but my deep love for my black brothers doesn’t extend to wanting to get featured on World Star HipHop as the victim in a “wilding” video. Sure, call this an “anecdote” all you want, but any place where I need to be wary of the people around me is one I have a hard time calling civilized. (Europe is not much better, by the way.)

      Sure, the U.S. has great tap water:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flint_water_crisis

      Also, there is high-fructose corn syrup in more or less everything. Yes, this is an obvious exaggeration. It shows up in rather unexpected foodstuff, like sausages. That was before I learnd that this is actually the norm over there, i.e. it would be surprising if a random pack of sausages didn’t contain it.

    19. “The idea of pointing the finger at China in that regard is laughable. ”

      Why laughable? Both sides restrain freedom of speeches. You praise China, I condemn it. I praise the US, you criticize it, this can continue on forever.

      I posit that, in the US, we have larger access to opposite information than in China. If you want to dispute this fact, present your counter-argument.

      “The Daily Stormer or the “de-platforming” of Alex Jones. Free speech my ass.”

      Both of these are hosts of neo-Nazis and conspiracy theorists. Alex Jones seems to me to be a crackhead. Nevertheless, I can still read his infowars over here in the US. So I am unclear of what you are complaining about. Alex Jones could go to jail if he speaks like that in China.

      “I thus assume you’ve verified for yourself that the Google version of history has it that American inventors and scientists were a rather black bunch. Does this change your view on Google in any way?”

      I believe what you says about google distorting the meaning of that word. However, as I stated before, in the US, at least from my laptop and phone, Google still translates it as left, not right.

    20. ” I thus assume you’ve verified for yourself that the Google version of history has it that American inventors and scientists were a rather black bunch. Does this change your view on Google in any way?”

      It is true that if I type “American inventors” on google, it lists mostly black inventors. But if I type “American inventors 1800s”, I am introduced to a lot of white inventors. On my screen right now are: Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Samuel Morse, Eli Whitney, Charles Goodyear, George Eastman, Alexander Graham Bell, etc.

      If I type in “British inventors”, they are all white.
      If I type in “German inventors”, they are all white
      If I type in “French inventors”, they are all white
      If I type in “Russian inventors”, they are all white

      So google just raises awareness of African American inventors. I am honestly totally ignorant of black inventors until I read your blog

    21. This is simply an example of how Google manipulates search results. The question now is if someone from the UK also gets exclusively white people shown when using those keywords. It doesn’t matter because this example already establishes that Google is running a psy-ops operation that aims to manipulate the masses.

    22. “Sure, the U.S. has great tap water:”

      What you point is an accident. This
      doesn’t mean that tap water in all cities and towns in the US are unsafe. In contrast, if you ever spend a day China, you know that tap water in even big cities like Beijing and Shanghai is unsafe for direct consumption. Tap water in smaller cities like Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Harbin is no better, if not worse.

      https://www.travelchinaguide.com/essential/water.htm

      In 2008, China suffered from the milk scandal:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Chinese_milk_scandal

      It doesn’t take much effort to dig deeper:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_safety_incidents_in_China

      “That being said, I saw enough of it to learn that it is not an exaggeration to say that outside of the major cities it looks more like a developing country.”

      Then you have never been to any true developing country. I am from a developing country and even areas where mobile homes are the norm is still much more livable than any poor areas of my country. Philly has many low income areas for black Americans, yet housing and food supplying is still much better than China poorest provinces like Gansu or Qinghai.

      “Also, there is high-fructose corn syrup in more or less everything. Yes, this is an obvious exaggeration. It shows up in rather unexpected foodstuff, like sausages. That was before I learnd that this is actually the norm over there, i.e. it would be surprising if a random pack of sausages didn’t contain it.”

      What is the harmful effect of corn syrup?

    23. I’ve been to Beijing and know that tap water isn’t safe to drink. It reminded me of the U.S., and not just due to the Flint, Michigan issue. Did you know that New York City does not filter its water?

      In China, business executives who commit crimes that harm the health of the public get executed (and the family sent a bill). I’d love to see that kind of treatment of scum in the West as well.

      You can read up on HFCS yourself. For starters, it’s a major contributing factor to the U.S. obesity epidemic.

    24. “Did you know that New York City does not filter its water?”

      Have been to NYC 5 times. New York resident can buy private filter. The water doesn’t smell like that in Shanghai.

      “In China, business executives who commit crimes that harm the health of the public get executed (and the family sent a bill). I’d love to see that kind of treatment of scum in the West as well.”

      But government officials who are in charge of the safety did not get the same punishment.

      “You can read up on HFCS yourself. For starters, it’s a major contributing factor to the U.S. obesity epidemic.”

      It says that USDA approves HFCS.

    25. How well do you think the puny filters you can install at home compare to a proper industrial filtering system?

      It’s great that the USDA has no objections to HFCS. I guess this means that there is absolutely no issue with it. Good to know.

      I’m still not sure what the issue with you is. I don’t think you’re arguing in good faith. However, it seems that there is also some naivety in your reasoning and the level of your command of English doesn’t help. Overall, you remind me of some other troll I had some time ago. In fact, you’re a somewhat more refined version of him as you mix relatively sane statements with some that just make me shake my head. In any case, it’s high time your comments go to the moderation queue. This applies to both my blogs. This doesn’t mean that you are banned. I’ll simply filter what you write from now on and if you want to have your previous posting privileges restored, you only need to improve the quality of your writing.

    26. Do whatever you want. This is your blog.

      But since you call my arguments naive, I am going to list some problems with your worldview.

      1) Naivete of Chinese past and modern reality. You have no deep understanding of Chinese political, cultural and economic history. Thus, you are unable to see the continuation of Chinese repressive policies. This is exacerbated by the fact that you have not spent much time in both China and US.

      2) Historical revisionism: Based on your writing, it is easy to see that you have the tendency of revising established facts in history. You follow the so-called non-mainstream books, which themselves are written by conspiracy theorists. When being confronted with high quality researches carried out by esteemed historians, you ignore them.

      3) Antisemitic, Holocaust denial, Holocaust apologist, supporter of racial violence, racial segregation and dangerous supporter of neo-Nazi ideology.

      4) You accuse me of not arguing in good faith and is a troll. The reality is that you don’t like frank criticism and opposition. You require me to be your fanboy who is willing to cheerleading your agenda.

      Now, on my English:

      My native language is non-inflectional. This means that I will encounter difficulty of correctly employing singular and plural forms of nouns, as well as verb conjugation.

      I challenge you to write a proper paragraph in both Modern and Classical Chinese.

      The fact that I am writing these posts on phone doesn’t help much either.

    27. While some of CQV’s points are weak (he can defend himself if he wants to), this exchange:

      – That being said, I saw enough of it to learn that it is not an exaggeration to say that outside of the major cities it looks more like a developing country.”
      – Then you have never been to any true developing country.

      I think he’s got you there, Aaron. Owning one of those trailers seen in typical American trailer parks would be considered a luxury in many, many parts of Latin America.

    28. Aren’t parts of Latin America still considered part of the third world? Sometimes, the distinction isn’t clear, apart from the fact that historically speaking, the term “second world” referred to the Soviet sphere of influence and South America was, as a whole, considered part of the third world. Mexico, for instance, I’ve seen being labeled as either a developing or a third world country.

      In the U.S. I’ve seen some rather dilapidated housing as well as other markers of a non-first-world country, such as above-ground electricity cables. I’d say we’d be arguing about semantics here. I’m willing to agree that the U.S. doesn’t look like a “true developing country” in their less prosperous parts. However, that doesn’t conflict with what I wrote in any way. Saying that parts of the U.S. “look more like a developing country”, i.e. more second-world than first-world, is a much different statement than saying that those parts make the U.S. look like a developing country, even though there is no shortage of people who would agree on that as well.

    29. @Manuel S
      He is probably trembling right now due to my criticism.

      He never properly defines what is “arguing in good faith”. To me, it means I have to kiss him up and subscribe to his political views.

      I have written a scathing criticism of him in a comment. That comment may never pass the moderation queue.

    30. Why would I tremble? “Arguing in good faith” is not a concept I’ve made up. It just means making one’s argument genuinely or honestly.

    31. @Aaron: “Aren’t parts of Latin America still considered part of the third world?”

      Most of it, actually. You don’t say anything that is false in your last comment, but comparing certain parts of one country to certain parts of another gets random pretty quickly. If we take countryside out of the equation (by nature, not a modernized environment for the most part, whatever nation we’re talking about), then yes, I imagine US ghettos and some small towns look comparable to what would constitute midsize cities from 3rd world countries, or even big ones. Panama City comes to mind, with its tall ghetto-like buildings full of poor citizens (incidentally, lots of people from African descent among them).

    32. Do you mean those parts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2GcOstMikg? Sure, it doesn’t look great, but I’d say that ghettos in the West look worse. Does Latin America have problems with tent towns or colonies of homeless? My outside perception is that this is much less of an issue than in the West. No matter how bad things may be in Latin America, the West is rapidly moving towards that. The last time I visited Berlin, for instance, I was shocked to learn that a tent town full of Eastern European immigrants (gypsies, mostly) had sprung up in one of the most expensive parts of the city, the Friedrichshain district. Supposedly, living on someone else’s land is “free speech”, so they were allowed to stay. I don’t konw if this is still an issue, but last year those tents had been there for many months. Oh, there is also a lot more graffiti in a typical Western city than what that clip of Panama showed.

    33. Thanks for sharing. I don’t quite get what point you’re trying to make. Of course there are impoverished areas in China. However, the poor in China are doing better every year, whereas you cannot say the same of the poor in the United States.

    34. Mr.Cuong Quo Vu, I 100% agree to your arguments China is definitely a paper tiger and many people including the OP don’t understand how much of a fake and fabricated paper house of cards China is from their made up history and historical claims to their false economy entirely built up at the expense of America and Western countries and still is third world in many provinces they hide from the rest of the world. China is evil, the country is evil and everything about it speaks on it being a satanic project to unleash on the world. With that being said can you guys at least try to stay on topic about women and western women and getting women and different types of women if you can please?

    35. You haven’t been around for a while. That guy came from my other blog, which I use as an outlet for my non-women-related thoughts on society. Normally, this separation works quite well. However, I don’t mind when people bring up random topics in the Open Thread. I do it myself occasionally. I also mention in the intro that people can post anything they want, of course based on the assumption that I’m talking to intelligent adults.

    36. @Aaron: I remember them worse looking, but I was there over 10 years ago, so maybe they’ve improved a bit.

      About poverty in general, take my anecdote: over a month ago, I was working in the country’s Caribbean backwater, in a project doing the earthwork on the dirt road that connects the region to the capital city in order to pave it afterwards. This region is more sparsely populated than the rest of the country (and isolated) because geographically speaking it’s a tropical forest, but the poverty level should be similar. Anyway, on a good day of work (that is, a clear sky) I was looking for a place to sit down on the side of the road and I notice this shack. It was so dilapidated that you could see from the outside through the spaces between planks, and inside it looked worse: you could see a stove, some sort of rudimentary wooden bench, and few other things. Chatting with some workers and tehcnicians nearby, some of us couldn’t believe someone actually lived there, most likely it’s used to store tools or something, I said: “you’ll see”, some other told me. And indeed, next day the “tenats” came back, a small shabby-looking family (the “bench” was most likely a bed BTW). And this is a heavily rainy place, so I can imagine the leaking, more like actually soaking.

      The point of the story is to tell you that this is not an aberration, but a common occurrence in the more abjectly poor parts of these countries. That’s why I told you before that trailer parks would be seen as a luxury by many: the steel used in those trailers looks, for the most part, very capable of protecting you from the elements, unlike the derelict shack above or “homes” with “walls” made of low-quality roofing sheets and cardboard.

    37. I don’t disagree with your conclusion. Yet, if we’re talking about the absolute rock-bottom of society, then a trailer park is already a big step up. I’d say that the homeless in California would improve their station in life significantly if they were able to live in a trailer. On a side note, the U.S. homeless problem is not necessarily an economic one. From what I gather, many of those people have severe mental illnesses and would have been put in an asylum decades ago.

    38. Yes, most actual homeless people in the US are mentally ill or junkies. I knew that since my times as a normie. I saw a few in Europe that looked like neither (looks may be deceiving), but I guess that’s a consequence of the recent wave of mass immigration. Everyone back home tells me why I didn’t join them and stayed there. Most brothers-in-law won’t put up with you crashing at his house for long periods of time (LOL) and besides, I’m not of African or Middle Eastern descent so I don’t get much privileges (also I barely look like a non-native, I’m 6 ft tall and white, with maybe some tanning that shows I come from a warmer place).

    39. I know you were joking, but if you really wanted to, you should find it relatively easy to get hired in Europe. In particular Germany has special programs for qualified foreigners. They are not really that popular because the caliber of people they want rather go to the United States or Switzerland.

    40. Oh, I forgot to add sex offenders and other ex-convicts to the mentally ill and junkies. Being a sex offender in the US particularly is a scarlet letter that may very well preclude you both from earning a living and getting an apartment. Imagine getting that unfairly thanks to some jealous thot…

    41. Apologize Aaron, you are right I have not been on this blog for a while, but Mr.Vu is absolutely right on China and is an intelligent individual judging from his writings. But you are definitely falling for the trap and con job that is China, China was entirely built up by globalist Jews, whom simply built up the country to exploit their vast population as a slave labor force to produce shitty toxic cheap goods for the developed world. They did this simply for cheap labor, as China is just a gigantic overrated car walmart factory, to produce bad quality products that break apart easily and don’t last long and can kill you, exploiting the population there in an American slavery and illegal labor type manner.

      They did this at the expense of Western countries and the American working class and stupidly gambled that nothing would go wrong; the outsourcing and globalization of Western industries and technology, and theft of it by the Chinese through espionage and bribery and spying is what built up modern China despite the country being mostly a third world cesspool. Without that, China would still be the third world country that it originally was prior to Western globalists building it up from the top down. All their developed infrastructure and cities from Beijing and especially Shanghai, were all either built up by Westerners and foreigners or by them indirectly and based off outsourcing of manufacturing industries and technology from Western countries.

      This outsourcing is what caused massive homelessness, closing down of level of social mobility in countries like the U.S, racial strife and tensions as minorities like Blacks and Hispanics had a harder time climbing the socio-economic ladder in America, dysfunction and impoverishment of towns and cities across the USA (Chicago, Detroit etc etc etc) etc etc etc and that’s how massive this shift and outsourcing affected social life in the U.S was. Without globalist Jews outsourcing and shifting industries to China for cheap labor again it would be the third world irrelevant cesspool that it originally was.

      Again, anyone who has actually been to the backwards provinces of China know that many parts of the country is still third world and has not developed, which just goes to show you how most of the country was before globalist Jews built it up and how it would be if it didn’t happen. There is a massive economic divide and discrepancy between the coastal upper class based in cities like Shanghai, with the coastal areas receiving the most benefits of globalization and outsourcing and the inner and landlocked regions in China proper, with this part of China still being backwards and underdeveloped, and the coastal areas where most of the developed Chinese cities are, are taking all the wealth and labor forces away from the these underdeveloped large parts of China and siphoning it to these coastal enclaves.

      China is a future globalist pet project for satanist Illuminati Jewish types, so that they can use the totalitarian evil extremely unequal and harsh, police surveillance society of modern China as a model for nations and countries all across the world hence the massive support these people are giving to China. And the tip of the ice berg is just being exposed via the COVID-19 crisis on how much globalists shifted technology, entire industries and giving open access to finances and university labs and faculties today with articles just coming out showing it. Without any of this happened, China would still would just be another communist backwater shit hole that it originally was.

      I am shocked and surprised you are supporting China as a Westerner, as I thought you would be much better than that and would be too smart to fall for this Jewish con. But you really don’t know much about China or Chinese people and how deceptive and crafty conniving Jew like they are and why they have been hated, genocided and killed countless times throughout history and don’t have much experience with them yet to understand their true nature hence why are you are ignorantly and at your own peril supporting them disappointingly.

      But me and Mr.Vu are speaking from long hard extensive experience with them and having experience in China and seeing the big picture, hence why we are saying the stuff we are saying.

    42. That’s an interesting perspective. How many years have you spent in China?

      I think you have to give the Chinese more credit. They have outsmarted their colonizers. The West used the same playbook it has always used, yet they were no match for the high intelligence and ethnic consciousness of the Chinese.

    43. @Aaron: the country my sister’s little family lives in is Norway. As far as I could see, it’s Swedenistan but without the EU status, which has a big damping effect against the worst aspects of the general decadence (for the time being). What she and her husband told me (they’re intelligent and hard-working normies) is that I should do it *their* way: studying a Masters or some other graduate degree and going back to Europe as farther from a beggar to the system as possible. Even better, I should try to make it in the US, whose universities they hold in higher regard. Anyway, I think the experience of my immigrant friend in Portugal (a real, non-fake engineer) is more illustrative, as he had it very tough for the first year or so, taking the bluest collar of jobs before finally having the chance to prove his mettle in more intellectual pursuits, and he’s been doing fine in his second year. My truth could be in the middle, but I guess it’s been enough about me already. 😀

      The more general conclusion: we from LatAm are kinda in the middle about the whole immigration thing: in Europe they hardly see us as “refugees” worthy of special treatment (Spain for obvious reasons has some advantages but that’s another matter), and in the US there are tons of wetback José’s but for the legal immigrant it’s sometimes unfairly random: I was denied a visa despite most of my family having one, probably on the grounds that I’m an able-bodied male adult who’s out to steal their jobs and their women, but just as likely because the interviewer felt like it or had already approved too many children, senior citizens and students that day.

    44. I have a related anecdote. A few years ago I met a Muslim student, I think he was Iranian. He was just about to finish his Master’s degree in a STEM discipline. Thus, the Swedish authorities informed him that if he didn’t secure employment within a certain amount of time after graduation (6 months?), he would have to leave the country. He may even have been told that he’d get deported. It was only a brief conversation, so my memories of those details are a bit hazy. However, what stuck with me was his bitterness when he said that if he’d throw away his passport, pretend to be from Syria, and enter Sweden illegally, he’d get food, shelter, money, permanent residence, free training and he’d be first in line for a job with an MNC, which, back then, were falling over themselves to demonstrate how “woke” they are. This was at the height of the Great European Invasion by the Third World in 2015/16.

    45. I have to clarify, I was talking about tourist visas. I don’t know what the hell one would have to do to apply as a non-resident immigrant outside of student programs and Cuban raft refugees, but it’s even probably more of a lottery.

    46. @Aaron: so, it’s not just me that thinks the Western setup caters to the worst kind of immigrant rather than the true doctors and engineers. Nice to know about you, Persian fellow!

      It reminds me of this clip from one of the great comedy sitcoms of my youth:

      https://youtu.be/pU-uZztJEcQ?t=120

      The Western technocrats seem to think all good immigrants are Malcolms and that they need to throw all the vibrant Reeses every lifesaver they can possibly spare and then some. It doesn’t work that way.

    47. “I think you have to give the Chinese more credit. They have outsmarted their colonizers. The West used the same playbook it has always used, yet they were no match for the high intelligence and ethnic consciousness of the Chinese.”

      Do you understand what is the formal definition of “colonialism”? If the West had colonized China, there would be no chance for China to even have her own constitution, let alone outsmarting Western businessmen and industrialists. Why? Because Chinese had no right to even speak for themselves, let alone outsmart their overlords.

      China has been an independent country since 1949. The establishment of the People Republic of China means that the vast majority of Chinese will be in charge of their own country. If Chinese elites had refused to allow foreign investment and agree to let foreign investors to bring factories to China than they could do it with little interference from.the US. Thus, no one colonizes China.

      After years of stupid economic development and its grave consequence, Deng Xiaoping decided that China should open its market and transition a planned economy into a market oriented economy. Suddenly, he becomes the hero of China. The asinine and soulless Communist Party which killed up to 100 million Chinese due to the Great Famine, the Great Leap Forward, the land reform and the Cultural Revolution finally realized that they were wrong. What a surprise!

      Transferring your labour to a cheaper country is a natural economic phenomenon. If you are an industrialist, a businessman, an investor, what would you do to earn maximum profits? Isn’t it lowering the labour cost? China, after roughly 40 years of shitty developments, was more than willing to become the factory of the world. Thus it is a consensual economic relationship, not colonialism. For had China refused to receive foreign investment, they could do all they can to stop it. Yet, they welcomed it. Thus, the term colonialism that you used is no more accurate than the term “new colonialism” used during the Vietnam War, which existed in Communist propaganda.

      “However, it seems that there is also some naivety in your reasoning and the level of your command of English doesn’t help.”

      You think you are in the position to call me naive when you have admitted yourself that you only had 2 months in NYC, and perhaps no more than 6 months in China? Do you think someone who has studied 6 years for a BA in China and lived almost 6 years in the US with a green card and will become a US citizen in just 1 year is more naive than you are? Someone lives vicariously through a piece of propaganda like “The Time of Xi” is more of an expert than someone who has lived, studied and worked in both China and the US?

      “However, the poor in China are doing better every year, whereas you cannot say the same of the poor in the United States.”

      How, because you have watched “the time of Xi?”

      The salary of an average Chinese factory worker in Shanghai is roughly 3000 Rmb, the average price of an apartment that is a bit bigger than a pigsty is around 500,000 USD (not RMB, and this house is far from central districts), convert that amount into RMB and ask yourself when will that person can have a small apartment that must be shared with his wife and his children. No you cannot take out mortgage and the bank won’t give a fuck about your credit score, because such a thing is non-existent in China. See now how fabulous your claim that poor Chinese can do better each year.

      The poor or average Shanghai can kiss goodbye to their dream of ever having a house in a good location in Shanghai, a teacher can kiss goodbye to a dream of having a warm place near her university with her humble salary. Even a software engineer can only dream of ever buying a house outside of Shanghai, because his salary is nowhere near the level of his US counterpart.

      In contrast, my cousin who used to work for Alvarez Marsal in NYC could now frankly buy a house in Queen.

      And I am not stating that a true house in the US has garden, garage, is spacious while the so-called house in Shanghai is just a small apartment inside a much larger building. You will share your place with roughly 200 neighbors.

      So much for the poor doing better each year.

  2. “Plus, there is the public safety issue, which is a serious issue. In the middle of a weekday, a black dude tried to provoke me into a fight, on the subway, in one of the most expensive parts of the city. I noticed that he had a banch of dudes with him, so I got off the subway. I’m not a racist, but my deep love for my black brothers doesn’t extend to wanting to get featured on World Star HipHop as the victim in a “wilding” video.”

    My brother, who contrary to me has been to the US (NYC mostly), had a similar experience when he encountered a black dude giving his lady mild physical abuse on the street. One first-hand account to top all the other reasons why I don’t sympathize with the Kangz ‘n sheit.

  3. I know a friend from college, and she is one of those “career” women types who has gone on to become an engineer and forsaken everything that would distract her from that. Now she participated in and involved herself in programs that encouraged young women & girls to go into the STEM field, because according to her there just aren’t enough wamaaanz going into STEM and you go girl girl power!

    However the very shocking and surprising thing is that she is very very attractive, and you would never guess she was a nerdy person at all by looking at her, she has a tall statuesque athletic perfect type body and she could model if she wanted to; and she doesn’t even post on instagram despite having one with that much going for her, so this is very rare. Not only that but she didn’t seem to have any boyfriend I knew of throughout college or at least ones I knew of.

    Now here is an interview she did about the science outreach program she did about trying to get girls to get into college she did with three other women, she complains that various times she was the only girl in a workshop class of entirely guys going into a male dominated field and she would be made fun for being the only girl there despite having model tier looks working for her, so I could just imagine the thirst and beta-simpness that would have over-inflated her ego combined with I think feminist attitude, although I don’t know if she is a feminist. But interestingly she describes how one time, she was trying to open a valve and she couldn’t do it, so a guy went up to her in one of her classes and asked her, “hey do you want the strong guy to help you with that”? And she got extremely pissed off.

    Here is the interview describing all this, what do you think about women doing stuff like this and talking about this and trying to get into the STEM field obviously at the expense of men because of perceived sexism holding them back?
    https://www.northernpublicradio.org/post/stem-read-podcast-learning-doing

    1. Nobody is holding women back. In fact, society is bending over backwards to get them into STEM. I think there are two issues:
      1) Some women go into high-paying careers because they think it will help them secure a “better” mate. These women are often not particularly attractive, so it’s rather comical when you have some chick come onto you, believing she has a shot because of her professional achievements.
      2) Attractive women normally don’t need to work hard to succeed. With your acquaintance, I wonder what went wrong. Why didn’t she realize that she can get far without working hard? I don’t believe that she had an inner drive to work in STEM because that’s just so exceedingly rare even among men in those fields. With a business degree and a tight dress, she could easily have climbed the corporate ladder and become a project manager early on, bossing some nerds around. I’ve seen plenty of cases were incompetent (and unattractive) women were pushed into such positions because it would have been bad optics to fire them. Thus, it must be really easy to get there as a hot woman with brains.

    2. @XaxSparrow – just curious, which one of the womyn from that podcast is your hot friend? (Ooops, I’m supposed to ‘respect’ these engineers for their wicked smarts, not their hotness, how toxic of me!)

      I hate how on the one hand, these female engineers [or insert other white collar profession] demand respect, ‘equality’ (code for more pay than their input), and kowtowing…yet on the other hand, brand themselves with stupid names to the point of self-infantilizing.

      For example, I see on your podcast link a bullet point to a link on “how to be a STEM Diva”. I’m sure there are other asinine examples for STEM and other professions (e.g. “hot to be a ‘boss-bitch’).

      Instead of creating “Society of Women Engineers” etc etc etc, why not actually create something. Do instead of preach.

      Anyways, again, which one was your friend in the podcast? I googled some of the names listed but they didn’t seem to match your description of your friend.

    3. Compared to the rear of an Asian woman, that one was a bit anti-climactic. Anyway, I’ve seen those shirts before, but never on a woman. I think it’s just an example of status jockeying. Normally, that’s the domain of insecure men, but plenty of non-feminine women do it, too. “Look at me, I’m smart!”, that long sleeve says, while men just don’t care about it.

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