Mass Delusion: The 2014 War Against the Police

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, January 2, 2015

Last year’s biggest story was one of anti-white hysteria.

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Jared Taylor
Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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  • model1911

    Brilliant sir. You are a great man.

    • Jim Kental

      I guess that this was the “dream” of Martin Luther King Kong.

  • AmericanCitizen

    I’ve written this many times already, but the main take away here it that this type of war on law and order has a purpose: mob rule descending into anarchy. What better way to show to the world that Capitalism and Democracy lead to economic and social instability than a race war? Cops are the reason our cities haven’t collapsed, so discrediting and restricting police will help accelerate the decline of our nation.

    If you think I’m wrong, then please tell me why else would the elitist Liberals have jumped so firmly onto the anti-police narrative?

    • GunnsWest75 (formerly Pathfind

      “tell me why else would the elitist Liberals have jumped so firmly onto the anti-police narrative?”

      It is well worth remembering,too,that so-called “libertarians” like Sen.Rand Paul have jumped onto the anti-cop bandwagon just as eagerly as the leftists have.

      • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

        Libertarians set me crazy on matters like these. The lack of common sense is astounding. No matter what you think of cops (I’m not a big fan myself), promoting and/or engaging in agitation of or violence against them is simply not a winning scenario.

        Libertarians seem to pride themselves on how much their movement is comprised of the youth. There’s a reason for that.

        • I think the thing with older libertarians is that they presume that everyone is as intelligent and moral as they are. We wouldn’t need much in the way of law enforcement if that was the case. But the reality is that we do share this country with a lot of 80-ish IQ NAMs.

          I wouldn’t want to be part of a political movement that was too “bottom heavy” on age. Given the one-or-the-other choice, I’d rather be the only 20-year old in a movement full of nothing else but 70-year olds than be the only 70-year old in a movement full of nothing else but 20-year olds. One doesn’t realize how valuable age and experience is until one actually gets some of both.

          • Germanic Depressive

            The version of me from a mere five years ago would think I’m the devil incarnate.

            My awakening has been remarkably rapid and far reaching.

          • My younger siblings think the same about me.

          • Germanic Depressive

            My entire family thinks I’ve gone mad. They’re all good little self-hating white liberals. Just as I was.

            I’m a convincing guy though and I can tell I’ve gotten them to start doubting the narrative, even if only a little.

          • My family are all ‘conservatives’.

          • JohnEngelman

            The point is to be calm, rational, and well informed. Do not respond angrily to anger.

          • Ellis Kurtz

            “Do not respond angrily to anger.”
            Instead, say “It’s not me you should be angry at but the people that indoctrinated you”

          • GunnsWest75 (formerly Pathfind

            Witty.

          • LACountyRedneck

            You’ve planted a seed.

          • JohnEngelman

            Ever since I was a child I have enjoyed political arguments. For me it is a contest, almost like a game of chess. I can discuss controversial topics without getting angry. Unfortunately, many others cannot.

          • Germanic Depressive

            I’m exactly the same way. Ever notice how some people get all the more angry because of your ability to stay cool?

            I’ve seen that a lot.

            It is almost impossible to evoke real anger from me.

            Interestingly, one of the very few times I’ve experienced real anger was within the last few days. I was reading up on the book “Hellstorm” about what was done to Germany after WWII, because someone here mentioned it.

            Reading/hearing about some of the stories in the book (my copy hasn’t arrived yet, but I listened to author interviews and read reviews) got me quite enraged.

          • JohnEngelman

            Those who get angry at me interpret my calm as condescension.

          • silviosilver

            People get angry at you because your arguments support the anti-white status quo.

          • JohnEngelman

            Just because I do not share the hatreds of some whites does not mean that I am anti white. I am not opposed to anyone because of his or her race.

          • silviosilver

            The claim that standing up for white racial interests implies hatred of other races fits squarely within the anti-white status quo. Thanks for proving my point.

          • bilderbuster

            That will be a very hard book to read from the start to the finish even for someone as calm as you. I had to intentionally put it down at times even though I had prior knowledge of many of these atrocities.
            There’s a trailer for the film on You Tube if you’re interested.

          • It was said of Johnny Carson that he was so adept and logic and argument (not the screaming and yelling kind of “argument”) that he could take the total opposite position of what he actually believed on a given issue and win an argument with someone advocating his own position.

          • JohnEngelman

            That was quite an ability.

            Even then, I doubt he could do that on an issue the other person felt strongly about. No one can reason with anger and hate when the self image of the angry hater is dependent on his excuses for anger and hate.

          • Ellis Kurtz

            The goal of argument, particularly over issues related to race realism, should not be to “win” but to change the beliefs of your adversary. If, at some later meeting, he repeats back to you the assertions he had previously argued against (as often happens, given the self-protective nature of the human ego) then you have achieved the greatest success possible, since now he will promote and defend your beliefs as though they were his own, which of course they are.

          • JohnEngelman

            I stopped trying to change other people’s opinions long ago. I used to think that I had a list of facts. If others would listen to my facts, they would say in effect, “My goodness. I never knew that. To think I have been wrong all these years. Thank you for correcting me.”

            I was the one who was wrong. People have different values, goals, and concerns. These are not really debatable. They like different things. What angers me pleases them, and vise versa.

            Even when people have comparable economic interests, they perceive of them differently. Consider two men with the same jobs and the same salaries. One likes his job, and thinks he is likely to rise. The other dislikes his job, and doubts he will ever achieve what he wants to in life.

            Even if two men have the same jobs, the same salaries, and dislike their jobs, one will direct his resentment upward at the rich. The other will resent those “bums on welfare,” who living off of his “hard earned tax money.”

            The only time you can change someone’s opinion about something is when his circumstances in life change. Even then it is difficult.

          • Ellis Kurtz

            I stopped trying to change other people’s opinions long ago. I used to think that I had a list of facts. If others would listen to my facts, they would say in effect, “My goodness. I never knew that. To think I have been wrong all these years. Thank you for correcting me.”

            But earlier you said:

            Ever since I was a child I have enjoyed political arguments. For me it is a contest, almost like a game of chess.

            This suggests that your attitude to debate is confrontational. Naturally, if you treat a debate as a zero-sum game – I win, you lose – you will antagonize your adversary and make him stick to his viewpoint even in the face of contradictory evidence. The correct way to view argument is to imagine that every liberal race-fantasist has a race realist inside him, and it is your job is akin to that of a midwife.

            Note in this thread the testimony of people who at one time swallowed the Zeitgeist whole, but who now can see the light. In a sense, most of us have the Original Sin of believing the deceptions of the liberal worldview and only later (and with difficulty) came to see the truth.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Fundamentally both your examples are the same man. They have a job and think in terms of promotion and non promotion. a creative person would save and start their own venture with that capital. Another might look at the job as a way to pay for a hobby.

          • JohnEngelman

            Thomas Jackson reviewed a fascinating book for American Renaissance entitled, “The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind: How Self-Interest Shapes our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit it.”

            http://www.amren.com/features/2014/10/why-do-we-vote-as-we-do/

            This explains why people really think and feel the way they do, and why they resist efforts to change their opinions. I ordered it from Amazon. I will be writing a review for Amazon. I hope you read my review and find it interesting.

          • David Ashton

            I would hope others here might get books from Amazon and review them here too- differently. With respect, I still find your opinions repetitive and often predictable, even the sentences verbatim.

          • David Ashton

            More to it than a private board game.

          • JohnEngelman

            You need to know what you are talking about. You need to be able to respond quickly to unexpected arguments.

          • David Ashton

            Yes, if it’s a fun debate, or a leisure hobby like scrabble. This is also true of public encounters which are designed to win converts, a process whose utility and importance you seem to question.

          • JohnEngelman

            One gets places in politics by articulating and channeling sentiments that already exist. One does not get places by changing people’s minds.

            If one feels something strongly it is easy to overestimate the number of people who feel the same way. It is easy to underestimate the difficulty of converting others to one’s persuasion.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            No, you don’t.

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            Good for you.

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            Good. I am glad that you are getting through to them. I wonder why Amren removed my comment ‘Good for you; when I replied earlier. The moderator is weird.

          • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

            Good. I am glad that you are getting through to them. I wonder why Amren removed my comment ‘Good for you; when I replied earlier. The moderator is weird

          • JohnEngelman

            I have learned not to discuss politics at family get togethers. This is frustrating, because my brother is one of the most intelligent people I have known in my life. I would like to discuss serious issues with him, but I can’t.

          • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

            Here, Here!!

          • Sick of it

            I have a cousin in your state who thinks the same of me just because I pointed out there were different groups of Jews. Odd to say the least. Certainly ignorance has become the ultimate strength for the other side.

          • The thing is, metapolitically, the me of 19 and the me of 37 are pretty much the same. What I mean by younger me being shocked at older me is that younger me was a strict constitutionalist and believed about half of the conspiracy theories I read, compared to the current version of me who thinks that adherence to the constitution is treason to the white race, who is this close (hold your fingers together one inch) to becoming a royalist and who is so averse to conspiratorial thinking that it’s almost unhealthy in and of itself. The 19-year old version of me was okay with, and sorta liked, Ron Paul, the 37-year old version of me wants to throw him into a smouldering volcanic cauldron.

          • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

            Rand Paul has shown his true colors. Merlin Miller was awesome and inspiring in what he intended to do if elected President, in 2012, but we can see what kind of following explicitly White racial realist statements garnered for A3P. A party that is on the ballot in only three states will not get us anywhere. An independent candidate running on a platform of law and order and return to sanity would be a better idea. An implicitly White racial realism platform could make the ballot, I believe, in all 50 states. Closed borders so as to focus on a goal of zero unemployment and proper employmeny opportunities is palatable to the masses, and easily deflects allegations of racism, but is implicitly White racial realist. We all know that Blacks don’t like to work.

          • David Ashton

            Better Ayn than Rand.

          • LHathaway

            Sometimes I think that for lefties. . the worst thing in the world for them would be to become one of us, for them to become you. See how quickly they would claw and fight to assert that they are not ‘racist’. It’s a closet or straight jacket for them for the definition of racist grows to encompass more and more. The beast only grows hungrier the more it has devoured.

          • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

            This makes good sense. Lefties are becoming absurd, and most Whites can clearly see their lunacy. When the word “thug” is being criticized for being “racist”, most folks can see that the Leftists have become completely absurd. They are allowing a sensible third party to speak of maintaining law and order in sensible fashion, and easily brush off allegations of racism as absurd. Everyone knows that some thugs are White, and some Blacks are not thugs. Most of us know that Blacks are vastly overrepresented amongst thugs, so there is no reason for a candidate to mention race in specifically working to defend White interests. Mentioning crime legislation such as toughening sentencing for violent offenses automatically works in the interests of Whites.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Not really.
            I can think for myself, see. I don’t have to become a conservative because I accept the implications of evolution.

          • UncleSham

            How strange it is that often the people who most vehemently defend the Theory of Evolution are the least able to recognize and deal with its implications.

          • Anna Tree

            Indeed, my best friend, who shunned me for my race realism sigh, is a staunched intellectual atheist and science lover. She accepts that there are 17 specie of finches in the Galapagos but we human stopped to evolved 100’000 years ago, despite being separated by continents etc, and we are all one race.
            Worse, she doesn’t want even to listen to my arguments. Talk about blind faith in her secular… religion.

          • Scott Rosen

            I am an atheist, and this has baffled me about other atheists as well. How can they not see that Africans, for instance, isolated behind the Sahara, aren’t really the same species as the rest of us anymore?

          • TheMaskedUnit

            If they are not men … What are they?

          • Scott Rosen

            Somewhere between homo erectus and homo sapiens. Homo africanus?

          • Anna Tree

            There are three species of elephants, why not different species of men?

          • TheMaskedUnit

            When did they stop being finches?

          • Anna Tree

            They didn’t, the original finches who came to the Galapagos just evolved to different species. The Homo Sapiens who left Africa not only evolved differently too (because of different environments and climates, different mutations and adaptations) but mated with species (Neanderthals, Denisovans maybe even others) that the Homo sapiens who stayed in Africa didn’t. Additionally, the Homo Sapiens who stayed in Africa continued to mate with African homonids while those who left Africa didn’t anymore. There could be up to 8% DNA differences.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            This comment is ridiculous.
            Sweeping, categorical, and absolute. You demonstrate my point very well.

          • UncleSham

            My comment is none of those things; you misinterpret me. The comment by Anna Tree right below my comment provides a perfect example of the type of person I am talking about.

          • Anna Tree

            Hi Usually Much Calmer, UncleSham wrote “often”. I lean to think the same. Atheists are often intellectuals, liberals, leftists and pro-diversity. How come Dawkins for example, often implies, or at least his editors imply, that there are non-important differences between the races, maybe my memory fails me but I think I have read

            vdare com/articles/on-dawkins-on-race

          • I am an agnostic, and I utterly believe in evolution in all of its (disturbing to some) glory. We are all tool-users, but some of us build jet airplanes while others poke sticks into termite mounds.

          • Bobbala

            Have you ever seen any evolution? All I’ve seen are dogs begetting dogs and tomatoes begetting tomatoes.

          • Ludwig

            But there are many different kinds of Dogs, and many different kinds of Tomatoes.

          • Bobbala

            Indisputably.

          • Anna Tree

            Hi Bobbala, dogs themselves didn’t always exist. They evolved from wolves.
            In the last 50 years, Russian scientists have made dogs from foxes:
            liveleak com/view?i=b30_1372049732
            Bacteria evolve to resist antibiotics.
            Check more if you wish:
            evolutionfaq com/articles/five-proofs-evolution

          • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

            If you read up though, the bacteria always had the information to resist the antibiotics. They didn’t gain the information (or more appropriately, the genes) to resist. There is no gaining of information in that process. For a process to be true evolution, there must be a beneficial gaining of new information. Everything else is just losing information and not actually true evolution. 🙂

          • Ludwig

            But the mutation that allowed the bacteria to resist (survive) had to originate at some point in time. When the antibiotics kill a large proportion of the bacteria it allows the small amount with the mutation to multiply and eventually the mutation is spread throughout the population. An example with humans would be the alleles in the Tibetan population that allows their lungs to absorb more oxygen from the thin air at high altitudes. The individuals with the alleles are more successful in that particular environment and over the course of millennia produce more offspring allowing the mutation to spread throughout the population. I agree that the process is more of a stripping down effect, but the mutation had to arise in an individual at some point. And the stresses of nature cull the less fit just as humans cull traits in domesticated animals to produce the desired effect.

          • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

            Indeed. However, that’s not macro evolution. No one would argue micro evolution doesn’t occur. However, to extrapolate out that, because micro evolution occurs, macro evolution must is ridiculous. That’s like saying that because my computer gets corrupted files once in a while (simulating random mutations), it and the entire computer “must have” come about by chance. Especially knowing that the system that reads the code is necessary for the building of the code that makes it useful. That’s irreducible complexity. A computer must exist in order to write the code that makes a computer work. I know the example has it’s limitations, but you get the general idea.

          • Anna Tree

            What is micro or macro evolution? It’s just evolution.

            Science didn’t extrapolate what you call macro from what you call micro, it just proves macro in the laboratories following the scientific method.

            I disagree with your analogy completely (non sequitur/false equivalence/circular reasoning etc) A living creature is not a computer: we know a computer is created by a creator, living creature aren’t until it is proven.

            But to use part of your example: we know that dogs were created by “corrupted files” so scientists can come up with the hypothesis that wolves themselves were created by “corrupted files”. By creating tamed foxes by “corrupted files” the hypothesis can be called a theory.

            A hypothesis is an attempt to explain an observation while a theory is a hypothesis for which there is evidence, an ability to predict a future effect when tested. What can be tested, can be a theory. The Galapagos finches are one evidence (*) as are other animals in the wild, and for example a future effect was successfully predicted on those foxes in the laboratory and so the theory of the “corrupted files” is now a theory, i.e. the theory of Darwin was once again proven: animals evolve.

            —-
            (*) Charles Darwin developed his Evolutionary Theory on his
            observations of Galapagos finches. He noted that almost all ecological niches filled by different types of birds elsewhere in the world were filled only by finches, varying from a small finch with a long, thin beak that fed on flower nectar to a large finch with a short, powerful beak that ate hard seeds. He surmised that from a small original number of identical finches, the size, shape and physiognomy had altered by Natural Selection until the finches became most suited to their preferred (or available) food source. Hence The Origin of Species by Natural Selection. If it is indeed the Theory of Evolution, proven by the observation of new species derived from existing ones by Natural Selection. Or in the case of the tamed foxes, by artificial selection to mimic nature in a controlled environment: there are no tamed foxes because they don’t have a niche. There was no niche for tamed wolves until the humans made one.

          • Ludwig

            My thoughts exactly. If one can observe and understand what they refer to as micro evolution, I don’t see the problem with understanding what they refer to as macro evolution.

          • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

            Well, micro vs. macro are scientific terms. Micro evolution is simply changes within a species, or I believe the term is “speciation”. Or the splitting of lineages or “cladogenesis,” as opposed to “anagenesis” or “phyletic evolution” occurring within lineages. So, it is a scientific term even if you’ve never heard of it. 😉

            Macro evolution is the evolving of one type of animal into another. So, “molecules-to-man” evolution. It is the lack of evidence for macro evolution that has many scientists believing that aliens seeded the earth with DNA or came here and spliced DNA into the sequence of apes or some kind of “proto-ape” to get us. Yes, that’s right. Many scientists believe in aliens. And I’ll give it to them, if evolution is true, then aliens would make sense. After all, what would make anyone think that evolution would occur only on earth? Why not all over the place? But I digress. The point is, the….umm, “theory” (??) that aliens intervened with evolution here on earth to produce us only pushes the problem of “how does living matter arise from non-living mater?” off to another planet. I think this is a demonstration of utter desperation. They can’t find evidence of life arising from non-living material here on earth, so they put the source of life out there somewhere on another planet “long ago in a galaxy far, far away”, where there is no chance whatsoever of us observing the process at any time in the foreseeable future.
            And yes, I understand (as I did point out) that my analogy of “corrupted files” has it’s limitations, but truthfully….life is far more complex (and just as irreducibly complex) as a computer. Computers are not and will not be as powerful or efficient as cells for quite a long time. They are reaching the limitations of conductors (copper, aluminum, etc.) and semi-conductors (rubber, ceramic, etc.) and how these interfere with the transfer of information. So, the limit of how fast and efficient computers can be is now becoming apparent. So even with our intelligence “speeding up” the evolutionary process, there are limitations.
            And how the corrupted files example applies is because in the bid to explain macroevolution, scientists have ascribed unlimited magical creative powers to random genetic mutations. That, by chance, “just so happening to” add, not just new, but new AND beneficial, information to the genetic code. Every once in a while something that happens to be beneficial might get added in at “just the right” spot and whamo! You started with a single protein (amazing in and of itself, considering how many amino acids have to fall perfectly in line and join together….something else that has never been observed…) and ended up with a cell made up of many kinds of proteins that self-replicates, joins itself (for no reason other than another random mutation that just so happened to occur at just the right spot) to other cells to form a multi-celled organism….and this happened over and over and over again to form an animal….and of course all this happened before the cells died from lack of nutrition because of the other cells that “just so happened” to pop into existence at the exact same time and place in the perfect order, ate up all the food in the area. Biological evolution is an utter absurdity. But of course, there’s lots of money and influence riding on the wheels on that bus continuing to go round and round.

          • Anna Tree

            Please read my answer to Bobbala (I apologize: you actually wrote to me before him but I saw his message first.)
            I think I answered you there too, tell me if I didn’t.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            I apologize for confusing things. I am just playing with the settings on Disqus.

          • Bobbala

            “Russian scientists” making dogs would be evidence of a creator.
            Yes, Poodles, Grey hounds and Wolves are the same kind of animal and can breed.
            Bacteria lose information as part of the population is exterminated.

          • Anna Tree

            The scientists are just a tool, they just facilitate in 50 years what could happen in nature if there was a need or an incident triggering it.

            There are not exactly the same kind of animal: poodles and greyhounds evolved from wolves. The same way I don’t think humans and homo erectus are the same kind of animals.

            I am not a scientist so I am not sure but if I understand well but I think when an antibiotic kill most of a kind of bacteria, some information may be lost but the bacteria that survived the drug, because of a mutation that happen long or not long ago, then indeed gained new information with that mutation. That mutation didn’t always exist, it is why I think it is called a mutation.

            Not all life existing today existed in the past, therefore the mutations that made those living creatures new living creatures, i.e. the mutations that made new animals from other animals, are like new information.

            In nature, those mutations can take thousands of years, in the Russian laboratory in the video, it took 50 years. Those foxes are not foxes anymore and they are not dogs, they are a new animal, a product of artificial evolution, but still evolution.

            Maybe our misunderstanding is that I don’t think a new animal requires new information, it just requires a different coding on information. Completely new information like you seem to think about, could only theoretically come from a meterorite, as all life on earth already use I presume all information available, that is all have found a niche, why would something exists and not be used by life already?
            But, and here again, I am not a scientist and I think I am not enough educated or wise to be protected from erring: I think that all elements have been discovered or at least are known already as we can see in the chemistry periodic table, so again all information is used in life today. Life is just a gigantic rubik cube with billions of possibilities, 95% of all living creatures don’t exist anymore but every time one become extinct, naturally another one will come to life to take the niche/place in the life web that is now left unused, although that niche has now been changed, triggering the extinction; changed because of pollution, extinction of a certain food supply, multiplication of a certain prey, climate changes (not the Al Gore one, the real ones), environment changes etc.

            I hope I am clear enough… English is not my mother tongue and the subject is not something I particularly studied. Maybe other Amreners will pitch in and fix my explanation or explain more.

          • Bobbala

            “Could happen” but has never been observed to actually happen except when directed by an outside intelligent designer. Science is repeatable … damn it. I can prove gravity on demand. Because it is a law.

            Dogs can still breed with wolves because they are the same kind of animal. Just like zebras can breed with horses.

            If you have a population of between 3′ and 8′ in height and kill, repeatedly everyone above 4′ tall. Eventually you will have no one born taller than 4′. The code to design such a feature is deleted. Luckily for you, no one will ever bump there head on a 6′ hanging lamp! What a deal!

            I don’t care if you are a scientist or not. People are more than their credentials. That is another debate.

            Why do you keep differentiating short dogs with big dogs as if that was what makes the animal? Does the shape of the nose or complexion of the skin make the man. Tall people, stupid people, people with good peripheral vision, fast people … are people. Mutations may happen that make you able to digest lactose and you are still a man (or lady).

          • David Ashton

            Some racial features have relative medical or environmental significance. Of course, Pygmies and Giants are both human, but they can do different things. Blind people are people, but they are not usually employed as airplane pilots. Why do you think different human populations have different complexions at all? Why do you think west Africans have more “private” genes than other races?

          • Bobbala

            … and they are still all people. 46 chromosomes.

          • Anna Tree

            About “could happen”, some laws can be shown easily and some laws that can take thousands of years can be shown only in laboratories.

            No, one is older in evolution, and too different in DNA, than the other, it’s not the same animal as per science. The Homo Sapiens who left Africa breed with another hominin, the Neanderthals, but you can’t say they are the same “animal”. Similarly Homo sapiens who stayed in Africa continued to mate with other hominins (could be the Homo Heidelbergensis, Floriensis or Erectus) (*), it doesn’t make them the same “animal”.
            I don’t think that one characteristic can make a new breed but a bunch yes: animals separated for long period of time, in different environments and climates evolved different adaptations and mutations and breed with different mates and population pressure, then yes a new breed comes up. Or a new race. Or a new specie (for example there are two species of elephants.)
            This is what race realism is about by the way.

            ——-
            (*)
            “In 2011 Michael Hammer et al. at the University of Arizona studied DNA from two African hunter-gatherer groups, the Biaka Pygmies, the San and the West African agricultural Mandinka people. They concluded that roughly 2% of the genetic material found in these modern African populations was inserted into the human genome approximately 35,000 years ago. They also concluded these sequences must have come from a now-extinct member of the Homo genus that broke away from the modern human lineage around 700,000 years ago.[42]

            In 2012 another study was done by Sarah Tishkoff et al. at the University of Pennsylvania. They tested 3 sub-Saharan African populations – Pygmies from Cameroon and the Hadza and Sandawe, both from Tanzania. The team found signs that the
            ancestors of the hunter-gatherers bred with different species of
            hominins, probably more than 40,000 years ago.[43]”
            From en(dot)wikipedia(dot)org/wiki/Archaic_human_admixture_with_modern_Homo_sapiens

          • Bobbala

            I don’t doubt that there are many differences among men. That doesn’t make them not-men. Short stupid women with allergies breed with tall fat aggressive men to produce people of mixed features. Which are only capable of breeding with people.

          • Anna Tree

            1) We call the African and Asian elephants both elephants by error (*) There are as much, if not more, differences between the two than there are between the lion and the tiger, or the Asian elephant and a mammoth. Some scientists even say they are from different genera.
            news nationalgeographic com/news/2010/12/101222-african-elephants-two-species-new-science/

            2) I don’t think the different homo genus (Floriensius, Erectus, Neanderthal etc etc) are men.

            3) As of all us different races of Homo Sapiens, yes we are all called men… there is too much PC, taboo and emotions to research the issue, moreover to claim or accept otherwise.

            If I were an alien and follow objectivity and science only, I would say that the DNA of different races can have up to 10% difference between them, when the difference of DNA between a cat and a tiger is only 4.4%:
            csmonitor com/Science/2013/0918/House-cats-and-tigers-share-95.6-percent-of-DNA-study-reveals

            So if we were to follow the rules of categorization…

            —–
            (*) they have different name in science: Loxodonta africana and Elephas
            maximus. And actually they may be three specie: the African
            elephants are in fact the African forest and the
            Africa savanna elephants.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            Naming something does not change what it is.

          • Anna Tree

            I am not sure you know you are accepting my argument but indeed, exactly: the elephants are different species but we name them erroneously the same in layman language (not in science: Loxodonta africana and Elephas maximus), because they looked to us the same. It seems it is the same with humans: we are all bipedes and we look almost the same but it doesn’t mean we are the same specie, as I wrote in my other posts, actually there are many important differences between humans and the color is the least important.

            —-

            Another example would be calling Australian Arborigines, Africans, because they are both blacks when actually those two groups are the least related.

          • David Ashton

            Personally I am aware of some of the problems with evolutionary theories, such as the rapidity and succession of favorable mutations, but I am also aware of the problems with human and animal life on the planet descending from a small collection in an “ark” some 4000 years ago. Curiously, and annoying for Marxists, Liberals and Christians, is the fact that hominid variations and fossils constitute the best evidence for evolution at all.

          • Bobbala

            By best, you mean fraudulent … so far.

          • David Ashton

            Piltdown. What else have you mind?

          • Bobbala

            All of them.

          • David Ashton

            Do you have an opinion about the difference in skull structure of West African Negroes and Australian Aborigines?

          • Bobbala

            They are both people.

          • David Ashton

            True. There are different subspecies among humans, as also among other species like dogs. But I don’t believe they all came from an Ark four thousand years ago.

          • Bobbala

            If you want to believe all the dogs of the world came from a rock that got rained on a long time, fine. I don’t have that kind of blind faith.

          • David Ashton

            I don’t believe any such thing.

          • Bobbala

            Dog fairy?

          • Anna Tree

            I wish you would say a few, or even one: when you write “All of them” I can’t help but think you don’t know of any in particular.

          • Bobbala

            So, You couldn’t come up with anything that wasn’t manufactured evidence or proven wrong either.

          • David Ashton

            See e.g. W.C.Hartwig (ed) “The Primate Fossil Record” (CUP 2008).

          • Anna Tree

            You are incorrect in both cases:

            Again, manufactured evidence IS evidence (same thing for criminal trials too by the way, there too hypotheses are proven by following the scientific method): we don’t have thousands of years to show you evolution, but we can show it to you in a few decades in laboratories.

            And about that I didn’t prove your hypothesis wrong: you are shifting the burden of proof, it’s a fallacy: you do need to prove your claim, I must not prove it is false: I can’t prove something wrong: for example I cannot prove that unicorn don’t exist, are you telling me it is okay then to think they do exist? It’s part of another fallacy, the Onus probandi – from Latin “onus probandi incumbit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat”. That is the burden of proof is on the person who makes the claim, not on the person who denies (or questions the claim). I came up with some examples of evolution, to support my claim, while you didn’t come up with any proves for God created all, besides the point that there is no proves for God either, to prove your claim.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            I’d hate to be the defendant in your court …

          • Uncle_Dan

            They defend it because it is fashionably anti-religious. They don’t really know anything about evolution, itself. It’s implications are not only anti-antiracist, but also anti-statist. Darwinism shows how incredibly complex structures can evolve without any intelligent supervision. It is the biological version of Adam Smith’s “unseen hand.” No Wise Men needed to direct the economy.

          • Sick of it

            Thus they will gladly murder white people, even children, in cold blood in order to prove their loyalty to the dialectic. It would not be the first time.

          • LHathaway

            We had a white boy around here murder someone in order to become a ‘member’ of one of the gangs here. The person he actually murdered was some kind of immigrant. I kind of suspect those in the gang didn’t think he would really do it and were just trying to get rid of him. I don’t know. I don’t want to know what goes on in gangs. It might not have been too much different than men who murder other men at the behest of women. I don’t know. Like you, I don’t underestimate leftists and their allegiance to evil .

          • David Ashton

            Four factors in adolescent street gangs: (1) lack of normal fathers, (2) low intelligence, (3) need for group acceptance, (4) criminal acquaintances, especially in the drug trade.

          • LHathaway

            This murder was likely do to blindly favoring multiculturalism. The young man knew that was the score. He murdered to appeal to his colored masters. Yes, this murder was likely do to blindly favoring people of color, no matter what. By ‘murder’, we could be talking about something else now. Choose what you like.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Dark Enlightenment. Heady stuff – enjoy.

          • Itooktheredpill

            I am 23. My views have changed so drastically in the last 5 years that I am at danger of losing 80% of my friends. The best part is I genuinely could care less. Good riddance.

          • Germanic Depressive

            Hear, hear!

            Yea, I can definitely tell I’ve created some distance with my friends, who are still libs.

            But I have gotten much closer to a couple of conservative friends I had before, and have learned that one of them is pretty receptive to the Amren sort of message.

          • JohnEngelman

            Being robbed by blacks can do that for you.

          • UncleSham

            My Lefty friends have been robbed by Blacks numerous times. They usually start talking like racists for about a week and then go back to their old race-denialist selves. I really don’t know what its going to take for them to open their eyes permanently. Some of them have been robbed by Blacks more than half a dozen times.

          • JohnEngelman

            I stopped making excuses for those people after I was robbed once. I got tired of hearing excuses after I was robbed twice.

          • TheCogitator

            I’ve never been robbed by a black or white, and I hope it stays that way. I am a son of the segregated South and I have always known what blacks are. At one time, it seemed that most people around me understood too, they are not like us, never have been, and never will be.

          • Scott Rosen

            Maybe a vicious beating or gang-rape?

          • David Ashton

            Brain-bashing not brain-washing.

          • anony

            Real friends like you pretty much un-conditionally. Those people you “lost” were only “strap-hangers”. Right, good riddance.

          • My best friend from childhood called it quits with me due to my racism. It hurt quite a lot, but one gets over these things. It has been 15 years. I regard it as a complete pity, but I can’t do anything about it.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Don’t let your enlightenment blind you to close relationships with friends. Choose your moment to convert them.

          • Daniel McGrath

            Don’t abandon your peoples. Take your time and choose the fence sitters. They will come to the dark side eventually.

          • David Ashton

            Yes, its the undecided that matter. Conversion is rare, though pretty effective when it happens.

          • Anna Tree

            I agree, every White we reach, is not only a new ally but also a White saved (and maybe family and descendants.)

            I was on the liberal side, BUT I always have been proud of my
            race and culture and never thought we are all the same: I even often could and still can
            tell a race from seeing someone from the back or from the voice,
            definitively the difference is not only the skin color, but I just didn’t realize the implications, consciously or not.
            In my case, it was not
            undecision: I just were more emotionally wired back then and never was
            interested to heard the arguments of the other side (and sadly it is not as if there are advertised, they are silenced.) I think my conversion was quite fast because, as soon as I heard them, they made so much sense and my reason took over on this issue quite easily: a real awakening of maturity. I also think this process was facilitated by a previous change of mind on islam a few years before.

          • Sick of it

            Most “friends” are not there to support you when you need them anyway. Now you will know who you can trust.

          • Brady

            Limited govermnent and individual liberty is a white thing. Libertarians would be fine if they didn’t insist on universalizing their theories.

          • Sick of it

            But they must, as Libertarians came from Libertarian Socialism. It has been a package deal for a good 100 years or more. The Founders were not Libertarians or they would have ended slavery.

          • propagandaoftruth

            I’d rather be the only 20-year old in a movement full of nothing else but 70-year olds than be the only 70-year old in a movement full of nothing else but 20-year olds.
            ———————–
            I’d rather be a 70 year old in charge of a bunch of twenty year olds.
            The mid-twenty-something to early 30-something White boys are the most interesting group now. They are awakening from “dream” to REALITY.
            Ugh. Video games ain’t cutting it like they once did. Time to live a real life, play a real total immersion dystopic future game called “Life”.
            You are a reviled scion of a once glorious race now teetering on the edge of it’s destruction, reviled by all, expected to revile yourself and considered traitorous to your own country if not. You are denied opportunities to others who are less qualified because of your race and gender, in an increasingly employment squeezed nightmare world. You are targeted for slow, laid back genocide, and your women are encouraged to breed with your enemies.
            You know, I think I’d rather live in a zombie dystopic world. Less depressing because it’s not real. This one is.
            They are waking up. I’m seeing it firsthand.

          • GunnsWest75 (formerly Pathfind

            “Video games ain’t cutting it like they once did.Time to live a real life…”

            Professional sports and cable/satellite TV aren’t cutting it anymore,either.It’s long past time that we finally stop wasting our time with those forms of bread and circuses,as well.

          • And unlike video games, in real life, you only get one life.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Make the most of it.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Inarguable, but even if not…

            The implications are still the same.

          • FinnShane

            If the zombie dystopia world was real, there is at least a silver lining: with zombies you are allowed to lock and load and get the job done.

          • Daniel McGrath

            The 15-30 group are going to have to sort this out. Very true. It’s their neck on the block too. That’s whyz.

          • Scott Rosen

            What I find sad, is my parents are in their 60s and delusional as ever. They love them some Israel, and can’t figure out what I don’t like about Africans. They hate the garbage on the telavivision, but they can’t seem to figure out who’s behind it. They say “white people commit crimes too.” And they pray for me.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Rosen – tribe?

            What part of the country? I’m in a strange place called “Souf KraKalaKa”.

            Be patient with and pray for them. If forced to, state your case as succinctly and effectively as you can. Whatever works for you, go with it, so don’t make it too dry nor too inflammatory, unless that works.

            Dignity. That’s what you must strive for. Dignity can be quiet or loud, reserved or aggressive, highbrow or profane. It can even be absurd. Strive to “brain staple” but beware being hoist on your own clever petards. Learn to laugh at yourself and thereby diffuse self inflicted damage when inevitably suffered.

            Israeli Jews are some of the most sensible, conservative, self accepting folk in the world. Diaspora Jews include many of the same types but…

            I wonder if the worst of the “self loathing” Jew phenomenon, transferring of self definition from “Jew” to “White”, is indeed a diasporan Jewish tendency which is ultimately as destructive to Jewish White as it is to Goy.

            This self loathing complex impels Diasporan Jews it seems, into suicidal libtardism to the point that many even hate Israel and support her enemies, not unlike the White libtard here supports our enemies and hates self.

            Don’t give up. For me Truth is a close to God as I can get, logically, so pursue It wherever It leads.

          • Scott Rosen

            Rosen = pseudonym. Not tribe.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Then ignore the Jew stuff. The Israel thing + the name, lol…

          • Sick of it

            “If men were angels, no government would be necessary.” – James Madison, Federalist No. 51

          • Daniel McGrath

            We are forced to share with blacks because of the cops. Ultimately that’s the heart of the contradiction. Sans cops the feral blacks would not be tolerated. They would cease to exist.

        • Da Troof

          Libertarians have a lot in common with liberals, it’s just that the result of their orthodoxy is less disastrous.

          • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

            On paper, you’d think socialism and libertarianism were polar opposites. Ironically, they will both inevitably fail as working forms of government (assuming the goal is to be functional, fair and prosperous), for the exact same reasons: failure to recognize basic human nature, and leaving the door wide open for the unscrupulous to obtain power over others.

          • MikeofAges

            Don’t say these things. You might end up with your feet sticking up out of a dumpster. You can reason with the godfather. Not with these people.

        • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

          Their thoughts on these matters are why I have no use for Libertarians. The only two independent parties worth the attention of White racial realists, at present, are The Constitution Party and American Freedom Party. While I find American Freedom Party refreshing and exactly what we need, I think that the rhetoric needs to focus on the issues that most affect Whites, describing what needs to be done instead of specifically referring to race, so that effective battle can be waged against the Leftists. Phrasing is everything. A candidate could say law abiding people instead of Whites when referring to crime, and deny that this refers specifically to Whites when the Leftists hurl their predicted accusations of racism. Most of us know that violent crime is mostly committed by primarily Blacks, and secondarily Hispanics. Law abiding Blacks are rare animals, but there are a few out there. Explicit White racialist rhetoric will only allow the Leftists to win. Focusing on White interests in the meat and potatoes of the issues is most important anyway. A candidate who says “America has no room for thugs with no respect for others” is addressing White interests, but only has to say that “thugs come in all colors” to render Leftist anti-racist bullies as fools. We all know that few thugs are White. We need to get a White racial realist in office, though, and that will not happen unless we beat the Leftists at their own game.

          • joanofamerica

            couldn’t have said it better and very true.

          • Alexandra1973

            I voted for the Constitution Party candidate the last three presidential elections.

        • RationaliseThis

          I sometimes think that Libertarians are playing a game, taking the high moral ground to maintain certain positions such as freedom of speech, limited government without being identified as reactionary, conservative or explicitly pro White.
          There does appear to be a problem with police behaviour in the USA at times though not towards Blacks. Perhaps its their frequent military background or the extreme danger they face. The unarmed British bobby of 1960s Britain seems a impossible concept given Black mob behaviour.

      • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

        Yes. I never trusted Rand Paul to exhibit a true and honest loyalty to his race. We need another George Wallace, but who knows how to phrase things carefully enough to win widespread support. Addressing the issues which are undermining Whites, but not mentioning the racial component would be the best way for a White racial realist candidate to garner a mainstream White following. Addressing crime issues, the recent rise in crime, and the importance of police not having their power to enforce and arrest curbed in guaranteeing the safety of law abiding citizens would be good. Using phrasing such as law abiding citizens instead of specifically saying Whites could garner a White racialist candidate the mainstream support needed to at least win several states in the electoral college in 2016.

        • UncleSham

          Yes, but I do not see any way to effectively address the immigration issue without being explicitly pro-White. At some point, we need to be able to express the desire to defend our people and our culture in plain language. I am willing to settle for pragmatism in the mean time, but only in the hope that it leads to something better in the future.

    • LHathaway

      It serves one function and one function only, to try and prevent white men from becoming criminals.

    • Daniel McGrath

      I disagree. Armed whites would kill blacks enmasse without Police getting in the way.

    • Sick of it

      This is one of those issues that is clearly dividing people into pro-white and anti-white camps. Just read/listen to a person’s position on these police altercations with black criminals, then you will know who is an ally and who is an enemy. Never cover your eyes and ignore the truth or the truth might just stab you in the back. Also, never underestimate crazy white people in violent times…they have far more potential for danger to us than non-whites, who, as I say yet again, have been protected by white men with guns for decades.

      • On the one hand I’m sympathetic with the police for having to put up with these typically baseless media witchhunts that have more to do with anti-white propaganda, from my perspective, using the police (no matter what race the officer was) as a symbol for alleged anti-black sentiment, a longstanding institutional blahblahblah (insert liberal buzzwords here). So I’m sympathetic certainly when Darren Wilson was made to retire basically for doing his job admirably. His lack of acumen and accuracy with a firearm under pressure exonerated him in my mind of any trigger-happiness accusations. The guy really wasn’t looking to shoot anyone. He’d have been substantially better at doing so if he was. Not that I was ever in the camp of people assuming he had been quick on the draw or callous toward life or anything, like the blacks and the rabble rousers were implying.

        I am no anarchist. I appreciate the value of order and I respect the notion of justice and fairness, as well as the notion of mercy in almost cases. Obviously that means a constabulary is required to maintain order yet I believe the courts have ruled the police have no duty to protect you from criminals. Their job is to respond to crime as it happens, they’re busy constantly like EMTs, responding to trouble as it happens, trying to mitigate harm, trying to collar perps, filling out paperwork, putting up with dullards, dealing with undesirables. Police’s teeth rot out at a rate second only to firefighters if I recall, indicative of heightened levels of phosphoric acid apparently secreted in response to being under stress for prolonged periods. I’m sure they have a difficult job, and plus many of them are white still, I hope.

        On the other hand, they are less now a constabulary, they have no duty to protect, they respond with hails of bullets where a volley might suffice, and they do it to my people as well as blacks and brown people. They have been armed with a stream of military equipment for a decade now and it’s scary the sort of arsenal and vehicles they have. Jefferson despised standing armies. They are a domestic army supporting an illegitimate regime with a usurper at the top and dual citizen Marxists scattered high up everywhere. So they’re the enforcers and protectors for those who oppress white people, is what it comes down to, tough job or not.

        • Sick of it

          I agree with your last paragraph to an extent, but my point was more the opinions of white people with regards to these cases than how much we can trust a multiracial police force led by our enemies. White policemen are being pushed to the point where many will join us. The rest will be our enemies. That too is obvious.

    • Daniel McGrath

      I’m ambivalent about the cops at this point. It’s quite likely that they actually protect and enforce the existence of blacks among us. Without the Black Plague, what on earth would police be doing? The US has the largest prison population because in part it has 45 million blacks to manage (combined with the lucre to pay for all the gizmos culled from white tax slaves) a fat rich ornery population of permanent screw ups. Deep down the cops must know that their power and income is in symbiosis with feral blacks.

      • AmericanCitizen

        Correct. In a perfect world of no crime, cops aren’t needed. In our current status, with the inner cities filled with low-income barely educated surly violence prone minorities, cops are a necessity and stand between civilization and anarchy. Their careers are dependent on having enough crime to justify their numbers, but the real question is this: has America done too good a job creating a violent underclass and in the future will it get beyond the control of law enforcement?

        • Daniel McGrath

          They do not appear to be controlling it now. There’s your answer.

        • Daniel McGrath

          The police enforce Anarcho-tyranny. The Zulu Impis we saw this fall should have been left to do their worst. And the local Boers should have been allowed to respond with any means.

    • Jon

      Democracy is Mob rule and Capitalism funds that mob rule esp when the mob is uneducated and want to morn the passing of the Thugs rather than those who do their job. This country was never meant to be a democracy and J.T. is right when they keep repeating that diversity is our strength even thought it is the cause of a lot of problems. Great Video.

  • B.A_2014

    Happy New year Mr. Taylor. Another classic video refuting the drivel of the leftie scum.

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    Jared Taylor uses the current demonization of the police by the Left to make a broader point about the calamity of diversity. Here is another related point, loss of civic trust:

    “A bleak picture of the corrosive effects of ethnic diversity has been revealed in research by Harvard University’s Robert Putnam, one of the world’s most influential political scientists. His research shows that the more diverse a community is, the less likely its inhabitants are to trust anyone – from their next-door neighbor to the mayor …” (Financial Times, Oct. 8, 2006)*

    Putnam: “…in the presence of diversity, we hunker down. We act like turtles. The effect of diversity is worse than had been imagined. And it’s not just that we don’t trust people who are not like us. In diverse communities, we don’t trust people who do look like us.”

    .

    • Ludwig

      “The civil rights program is a farce and a sham, an effort to set up a police state in the guise of liberty.” Lyndon B. Johnson. 1948.

    • GunnsWest75 (formerly Pathfind

      Another casualty of diversity is the loss of an authentic sense of community that inevitably results when inherently different people live in close proximity to others with whom they have nothing in common.

      • Anna Tree

        And so white flight, that also is a goal to destroy our roots to our lands.

        • Usually Much Calmer

          That was a nice point, Anna.

          • PvtCharlieSlate

            O.T., but … have you invested in a bottle of Lagavulin?

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Not yet. Why?

            Just looked into it. I like saltiness, so I’m sure I will appreciate your tip. It is a little dear, I will probably just order it while out first.

          • Usually Much Calmer

            Ok- had it twice tonight. No saltiness did I detect. It had a wonderful mouthfeel. I was served it in a snifter- strange. Laphroaig is peatier, I thought and has more of a bite. Thank you very much, Private Charlie!

        • Uncle_Dan

          Remember the 2012 Dem slogan: “Government is the only thing we all belong to.”

    • Sick of it

      It would be easier to trust people who looked like us if so many were not looney tunes leftists. Even if they only make up, say, 20% of our population.

  • Daniel McGrath

    Include something about Anarcho-Tyranny.

  • JohnEngelman

    When the topic of police behavior toward blacks comes up liberals imply that blacks are no more likely to commit crimes than are whites. Do they really believe that? The truth of course is that the black rate of violent crime is over seven times the white rate. The discussion of racial differences has become so coerced and corrupt in the United States that anyone who tells the truth about black crime risks his job unless he blames the high rate of black crime on “white racism.”

    White racism does not cause black crime. Black crime causes white racism.

    • Ludwig

      And the media fuels anti white racism.

      • See The Future

        The media has the real power.

        • GunnsWest75 (formerly Pathfind

          “control”

          Brainwash,manipulate,and distort are also words that could be used to describe the mass media’s war on truth.

          • When the MSM’s attempts at manipulating us fail, however, they fail utterly. I could do some “Saturday Night Live” style fake commercials on the subject:

            “I saved 100% on Denver Broncos season tickets. I went fishing last autumn instead of watching some chimpanzees throw a ball around.”

            “The new SUV I didn’t buy also didn’t come with a creepy black ‘friend’. I’m healthier, happier and much safer walking.”

            “My daughter’s new tablet doesn’t let her connect with whatever blacks think is ‘hip’ and ‘cool’ because she didn’t get one.”

            “No, we do not have to ‘respect’ Islam. Read my new book: ‘1001 Uses For Bacon Grease’.”

    • The Verdict of History

      Superbly well said.

    • Blacks probably really do believe they are no more likely to commit crimes than whites, the same way they appear to believe that whites are sitting on a giant pile of money that we unfairly refuse to share and that we get easy, high-paying jobs that anyone could do, but which we reserve for family members, relatives and friends. My old work in chemistry having earned me a blood pressure of 175/105 at the age of 30 cuts no ice with them. They’re willing to believe all sorts of silly nonsense. I took Greyhound back from Boulder after Christmas, as with three of us in my wife’s Model-A, I have to ride in the trunk, and there was no room for the skis I was bringing home after years in my mother’s basement. I took a city bus the rest of the way back from downtown C.S. and sure enough, black panhandlers pestered me. My reply was “If I had any money, do you think I’d be taking a pair of 20 year-old cheap Finnish cross-country skis home on the city bus? I ski cross-country because I can’t afford lift tickets for downhill.” Looking white and wearing glasses had me pegged as rich in their minds. It couldn’t have been my good “North Face” coat, because I was wearing a cheap “Wearguard” parka old enough to vote and on which my wife had replaced the original zipper. The clothes any of those beggars were wearing doubtless cost more than mine, and I couldn’t help but notice they had plenty of money for cigarettes, even at today’s prices.

      HuffPo published an opinion piece last year by an angry negro (is there any other variety?) in which he wrote he wasn’t going to compete for work with illegal aliens, but he was coming after my job instead. My old chemistry job evaporated over 14 years ago, but he’s welcome to it. He needs to contact Dr. Araujo at 5555 Tech Center Drive, here in C.S. He could be their magical super-duper negro who charges in and saves the day. Hollywood has done such a completely amazing job inflating their egos to Biblical proportions, that he probably believes that. He doubtless also believes that smoking street drugs qualifies him as a chemical engineer; Carlos will likely be quite… er… um… “impressed”. Go for it, dude; even I don’t want my old job back. I’d rather stay home, do occasional welding jobs and make fishing tackle.

      It is the human capital which makes a business, a city or a nation prosperous, but blacks don’t understand that. The government apparatus that humors their vapid sloth is an enabler for them, while actively obstructing us. As a little historical lesson of a similar phenomenon, Rheinmetall (today an auto parts manufacturer) developed a proximity-fuzed anti-aircraft shell during World War Two that would have been better than ours, using capacitance instead of radar, making it immune to the countermeasures of the era. Further work on this was strictly verboten by the uneducated idiots running Germany at the time. If work had progressed, they’d have knocked down ten times more allied bombers than they actually did, probably ending the manned bomber threat to Germany and occupied Europe. Does the US DARPA agency also keep political considerations in mind when granting SBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) contracts? Of course! They are required to do so by US federal law, preferentially awarding contracts to companies owned and/or managed by diversitards and incompetoids.

      Any black neighborhood is a microcosm of this. How many elderly black women pick up trash in their neighborhoods for no reason other than it looks… well… trashy? My 72 year-old mother does that, and puts the metal, paper and plastic out for recycling. They prefer to believe that whites drive in from distant suburbs to dump trash in the ‘hoods, instead of putting it out for collection once a week. I go one better, and clip off the nice, long power cords from vacuum cleaners that my own neighbors have junked. A new female end for a power cord is $1.59 from Wal Mart, so I end up with a fairly good, non-grounded, two-wire extension cord for that price and a few minutes of work. Blacks don’t do that, either (probably nobody else does).

      Everything is wrong with blacks, and not just crime.

      • JohnEngelman

        Michael Christopher Scott,

        Thank you for that interesting essay. I only quibble with your last sentence. Everything is not wrong with all of them.

        • Scott Rosen

          Yeah, I know a good one. One. Does that prove the rule?

        • TheMaskedUnit

          Those are not his words. He refers to them in toto. You had to use your words to correct what he didn’t say.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Another fine one, MCS!

        “It is the human capital which makes a business, a city or a nation prosperous, but blacks don’t understand that.” Plenty of whites don’t grok that either and I suspect the deficiency is nature over nurture. ‘Capitalism’ didn’t make them venal, they are just misfires from the kiln.

  • JohnEngelman

    The criminal justice systems of civilized countries remove those with criminal inclinations from the gene pools of those countries. The process takes centuries. It needs to be a harsh process.

    Blacks have a high crime rate because they have recently been introduced to civilization. Large numbers of them only began to live in cities during the last century. It is no accident that urban areas inhabited by blacks are called “asphalt jungles.”

    Black public schools earn the term “blackboard jungles.” That is why white liberals avoid sending their children to those schools, even as they decry the persistence of school segregation.

    • Civilization definitely has a softening touch to the human spirit, or maybe a soft touch is required for civilization, whichever it seems to be lacking in blacks. Now, depending on if civilization is the problem or our genetic make-up is the problem, how do we reconcile our lackadaisical attitude towards black aggression when it undermines our own society?

      This also brings up something that Heartiste touched upon in a recent post of his about the rise of Bad Boys as the prime desire for women. If blacks bring civilization down a notch it would weed out the soft whites – leaving the white race with men of hardier and more aggressive instincts to the fore. Is this just nature doing what it does best? If so, that benefits those who are interested in the preservation of the white race even if it relies on the crumbling of our civilization.

      Thinking out loud.

      • Ludwig

        Civilization culls violent traits over the course of centuries simply by the fact that violent criminals are put to death or imprisoned. The genetic traits that contribute to non social behavior are therefore slowly weeded out. A population that has only lived in civilized society for a few hundred years is bound to behave more primal.

        • TruthBeTold

          But there is a price.

          They may be violent but they likely have a fearless spirit. Put them to death and the timid and ineffectual men are left to breed.

          • Ludwig

            Exactly.

          • Anna Tree

            I think there is a difference between aggression and violence.
            You don’t have to be aggressive to have a fearless spirit.
            Self-defense is needed violence, and so not aggression.

            I don’t think it is the jail that took away strength and bravery from white men, but less physical work, different diet, feminism, political correctness, peer pressure, leisure time with the kids etc
            Not all is negative but some are very negative and so the sum is negative.

          • LHathaway

            “You don’t have to be aggressive to have a fearless spirit”.

            You have to be insane.

          • I am afraid of heights and artillery: especially rocket artillery, where there are no ranging shots. I don’t regard myself as insane. Being afraid of a certainty is insane, however, and all death is certain, so next time, I’ll probably get over it. The US army now has satellite GPS-guided 120mm mortar shells, which means they can put a round onto a position with good top cover and still KIA the occupants. Doubtless other armies have similar things. Anyone who signs up for that anymore is off their rocker.

          • Ludwig

            I agree that there has been a softening over just the last few decades. I have wondered if the advances in medicine and lower infant mortality rates have contributed to that. Not to mention the 20th century wars.

          • JohnEngelman

            One of the essays in Face to Face with Race gave impressive evidence that blacks tend to be less impressive in war than whites.

          • Anna Tree

            But I need to research and think more about how much death penalty and jail of the violent elements among the white people can be blamed for our demise and the destruction of the fabric of our society.

            I do agree that we have tamed ourselves. Or we have been tamed…
            In the last 50 years, Russian scientists have made dogs from foxes: liveleak com/view?i=b30_1372049732
            and pathological altruists have been made from Whites.

            But is it by killing the violent men or by emasculating all the others?

          • Ludwig

            Jail and the death penalty definitely aren’t the only factors. European and Asian populations were already molded by harsh environments for intelligence and altruism for millennia. Only those with the ability to cooperate and obey the rules of pack could survive and contribute genes that resulted in social behavior. In our current situation I don’t think it’s weakness that hinders us as much as an unnatural situation promoted by the Media and Gov. We have a population amongst us that is alien to European society that is constantly told that white culture is the source of any perceived injustice. And many whites unfortunately believe this nonsense.

      • LHathaway

        haha, you make a very good argument. There need to be feminist WN’s. They might argue that natural selection is weeding out the white men with small weenies. We will all be equal in a few generations. . .

      • Sick of it

        Feminist society is anti-civilization. Taking the aggression out of men tends to make them less productive. Aggression does not always have to have a violent outlet (except with low IQ individuals).

    • propagandaoftruth

      Have you seen Lilyhammer yet? On Netflix, likable gangster goes into hiding in peaceful, Socialist, heaven-like Norway. Lot’s of very subversive stuff there contrasting the “evil” but free American gangster who comes to love his adopted Folk and land even as he “corrupts” it…

      In fact even though he hates the effeminizing, meddling, namby pambiness of the place, his desire to protect the native folk from the predations of dangerous (often ethnic) gangs impels him to wield a group of semi-to-sketchily employed locals into his new “crew”.

      It’s as if the Norwegians have so sanitized their world, so perfected things and eradicated evil so thoroughly that…

      They don’t even know what it looks like anymore.

      The optimistic spin I take from it is that there are still Vikings.

      Hey happy New Year, Yellow John and kudos on getting a little respect Mr. Dangerfield – you deserve it buddy.

  • Funruffian

    Happy New Year, Jared! Thanks for the update. Now let’s get to work.

  • Once again, Jared does as excellent job of reminding readers what a key role race and ethnicity play in daily events. What is amazing to me is that 60% of the White population agree with the Grand Jury decisions, but except for the police defiance of the mayor, I don’t think I’ve heard that point of view shared even once on television. It is constantly and consistently from one point of view. Michael Brown was a victim. The police are evil and filled with prejudice. That is all that I hear on CNN, MSNBC, CBS, and ABC. I don’t know if it is because people are afraid to share their point of view or if it is just the networks censoring what it shows. But 60% of White Americans agree with me. And I would never know that, if people like Jared Taylor didn’t somehow break down the Racial Curtain and share that data with us. A racial curtain has fallen over the media, and only the perceptive viewer who knows where to look and listen, can find out the truth. At least that’s what it feels like. And most people don’t have the time or energy to do the searching to break the curtain’s strangle hold. It seems almost like we live in a totalitarian state. And it is most frustrating.

    Q.

    • Anna Tree

      I think the comments in the news portals and blogs that still allow them, are clearly revealing the opinions of the 60% who think like Mr. Taylor and all of us.

      fredoneverything net/TwoTiers.shtml :
      “We now have a press of two tiers, the establishment media and the net, with sharply differing narratives. The internet is now primary. The bright get their news from around the web and then read the New York Times to see how the paper of record will pevaricate. People increasingly judge the media by the web, not the web by the media.
      The major outlets (this will not be a blinding insight) as always are in near-lockstep — that is, controlled. Reporters understand the rules perfectly.
      None of this is accidental.[…]
      Here is the secret. You don’t need to ban unwelcome books, because the only people who read them already agree with them. You don’t need to kick in doors at three in the morning to seize forbidden typewriters. People might revolt against that sort of thing. Just keep prohibited topics off the networks and out of the papers. It is enough.
      Or was enough. It was enough in part because there were no means of lateral communication among the public. CBS could put its view of the world on your screen and, though in principle you could write the network a letter which someone might read, you had no access to differing views, and no way of knowing what other viewers thought. Bingo.
      This system is breaking down under the onslaught of the internet. Papers are losing both credibility and circulation. So are the networks.”

      ———–
      “When I was growing up, I was told to be honest and tell the truth. How sad and miserable it is now that society has degenerated to such a low point where the truth is now seen as evil and immoral and we must lie to avoid hurting feelings instead of acknowledging politically incorrect truths.

  • Capt. Bryant

    When violence is perpetrated against Police it tells me one thing
    “BLACK RIFLES MATTER” if you can’t beat em Glock em!

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      Underneath the starry flag,
      Civilize ’em with a Krag
      And return us to our old beloved home.

  • NoMosqueHere

    I realize there are some overzealous cops, but the war on cops, especially white cops, is a proxy war against whites and western civilization.

    • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

      Indeed. Barack Hussein Obongo is declaring war on Whites with the help of Sharpton and Holder. By stirring up the Black masses and attempting to shame non-Negro officers out of treating Blacks the same as everyone else, he is emboldening Blacks while encouraging them to be angry at everyone else. Obongo should be impeached, and tried in The Hague for inciting and willfully ignoring hate crimes against Whites. Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin were violent criminals, yet Obongo pretends they were innocent victims. Zemir Begic, who was a truly innocent victim of violent criminals, has been ignored by Obongo. An objective person focuses on facts. Begic was a hard working man with no criminal record attacked randomly by violent Negro thugs for one reason, and one reason only. He was White. If he had been Black, Obongo and his hateful race baiting, anti-White wife would be engaging in continuous shaming of White America regarding his death. To a person with a shred of objectivity, Blacks are the group with racism issues. Not Whites.

    • thomasdosborneii

      It is completely. I think the aggressive killing of those policemen (not taking place in the middle of an arrest) were the first shots in the race war. In other words, it is not “soon” to come, but already here, now.

  • A home run, all true.

  • OHDeutschePolkaConfederate

    Excellent synopsis of the situation, Jared Taylor, as always!! Integration was a mistake. Violent crime is rampant in Black communities. Always has been. Always will be. In the old days down in Dixie, when Blacks were segregated, White police did very little policing of Black communities. Black on White crime was afforded zero tolerance. Attempts by White police to enforce White standards of behavior in the Black community have always been futile.

  • Evette Coutier

    No matter how hard you try to educate them, provide programs for them, and even do early childhood intervention with them, you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

    • See The Future

      No offense to the sow intended.

  • Paleoconn

    In a way, Eric Holder is right; we are a nation of cowards when it comes to race. In the sense that we don’t call the Sharptons and DeBlasios and Obamas on their lies and anti-law and order agitprop.

    911 dispatcher: there seems to be an intruder at Gracie Mansion
    Police operator: I’m sorry, I can’t hear you, you’re breaking up.

    • kikz2

      …can’t wait til they’re overrun……

  • Paleoconn

    Happy New Year, Mr. Taylor and all AmRen staff and commenters.

  • farbeyonddriven

    Thank you Mr Taylor.
    Nailed it once again.

  • LHathaway

    lol, I’m sure their is ‘racism’ in Ferguson. There’s racism in even the most rural states in the Union by this point. There’s racism in every nearly every small town in American these days.

  • Evette Coutier

    This is not a war on police. This is a power struggle between blacks and whites through the use of ethnic intimidation. Blacks are making it clear that if you are white not even the police are going to stand in their way. They obviously believe that whites are weak, and that the only thing standing in their way against whites is the police. Once the police have been hobbled by the president, the justice department, and the legal system, blacks will feel empowered to go after whites with no fear of repercussion.

    To quote the famous rapper, Dr. Dre, “Who’s the man with a master plan? A ni&&er with a mother [email protected]$&ing gun.”

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    What does the white majority do when the US government declares war on the majority population…..The communist Jews say, “Where there is freedom there is room for experimentation”. Bit by bit our freedoms have been eroded by the communist Jews, law by law. Ferguson is an experiment by the Jewish media to see what is possible when the Jewish controlled government and the Jewish controlled press turn tragedy into a civil rights campaign against the majority population. When Obama was elected a Jewish friend said to me we are not hiding anymore. We got Obama elected. Anything is possible.

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    The civil rights movement was not about equality but the transfer of power from white America to black America and now to the diverse society. This is a concerted effort by the Jewish controlled government and the Jewish controlled media to take what little power whites have left. The Multicultural community hates white gentiles. What will our life be like when our police forces do not represent our well being?

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    Amren could be a voice to demand Civil Rights and equality for white gentiles but they refuse to take this stand. Why?

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    The murder of Jack Kennedy was a take over of the Federal Govt. by a group of people who promised to take over America from within. Johnson was given the opportunity to be president if he enacted the laws that this group demanded. Johnson placed laws into effect which created the country we have today.

  • Ludwig

    When they say diversity is our greatest strength they are just being honest. Diversity is THEIR greatest weapon against US.

  • Usually Much Calmer

    My heart is open to those 10% of blacks who think that the Wilson grand jury was justice served.

    If it is uncomfortable to think what we do among our own kind. . . their situation is worse.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    When I was younger I used to be sorry for blacks and support their so called “Civil” rights. When I was forced to take the bus with them and also associate with them, I realized that these people are just savages, except for a few and they do not deserve their so called ‘Civil’ rights. A big mistake was made bringing them to America and another big mistake was made not sending them back. From then on we made one mistake after another by giving them jobs, education and other freebies thinking that they would become civilized. The more you give them, the more they degenerate, This is coming from a now older but wiser person.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    the only difference between Michael Brown and the dirty-mulatto-in-chief is that the mulatto doesn’t rob convenience stores. He robs this entire nation of its dignity.

  • Ludwig

    I appreciate your response. First, the question of wouldn’t it take more than a few centuries? Yes, I don’t think we have a few centuries to run this experiment. Second, I would simply give the same answer I gave to the first question. Basically, I would say that my point that a primitive population is bound by the laws of nature to behave primal in a society that has been separated by time and environment is plausible. And I would add that I don’t consider it necessary to be violent in a criminal way to fight a justified war. And last, by no means do I consider any shortcomings of minorities to be white society’s fault. I hope I have explained my thoughts and thanks for sharing yours.

    • Likewise.

    • Daniel McGrath

      The out of Africa migration was conducted by 200 people who built rafts and swam a few miles. We outside of Africa are from that group. So, we have between 100,000-70,000 years of selection pressures that resulted in us. A century will not suffice.

      • Ludwig

        I completely agree. No where in my comments did I suggest that. Quite the opposite. Centuries means more than one and civilisation is 50 to 60 centuries old. And I also agree that cold harsh environments and genes acquired from extinct human populations such as Neanderthal and Denisovan Man have shaped European and Asian populations for over 40,000 years.

  • gemjunior

    Jared Taylor for president. He’d fix this country up so fast their heads would spin.

  • I wonder whether that was our old Margaret. She only posted here under her first name, and disappeared eight or so years ago.

  • Nancy

    I love when Mr. Taylor posts video commentaries like this. He’s intelligent, articulate, concise. It must enrage the anti-white media to view an educated, level-headed white man expose their propaganda for what it is.

  • Yves Vannes

    This New Civil Rights Movement is another episode in a race war that has and is being waged by blacks. It has been fueled by white liberals – some because of ancestral guilt and some as a means to destroy the civilization and remake it based upon first principle of their own untethered delusions.

    The war has been going on since at least the 70s and has accelerated during the past two decades. Unfortunately, only one side is fighting it. A large part of this war is psychological: witness the large number of whites in these protests despite the evidence. This is how totalitarianism works: group pressure to conform, to do penance for the spin placed upon an original sin and the betrayal of those who refuse to do so – out of a sense of self preservation. Feeding the crocodile before it feed upon you. The propaganda war and brainwashing that goes on in pop culture, schools and corporations is so incredibly pervasive that it often goes unnoticed – but it is everywhere. We will never be able to effectively deal with the dysfunctional behavior of blacks until we first dismantle the white liberal deluded narrative.

    The internet has helped shed light on this but it isn`t enough. Fortunately, the MSM is so clueless that when they report endlessly on lawless thugs like Michael Brown, T. Martin, etc as victims and give Bullhorn Al Sharpton air time – it has the effect of waking up the non black population to just how dysfunctional blacks are and just how distorted the MSM narrative is compared to the actual facts.

    Mr. Taylor does a brilliant job in showing how to point out the flaws in this narrative; a polite marshaling of the facts – but we need a million more Mr. Taylors. This will involve risks to careers, associations, friends, prospects for the education and careers of children and many more landmines. When we are confronted by the ignorance of the liberal narrative point out its distortions and inconsistencies politely without getting emotional or descending into invective – don’t chimpout.

    There is an old video on youtube of Rushton vs. Suzuki. It is a great example of how a polite informed demeanor can trump an invective hissy fit. We do not need a majority, we need a plurality.

    There is a light at the end of this tunnel

  • Thank you, Jared Taylor, for being our port in this storm. You’re a brave man to speak your mind about so volatile an issue.

  • Meccaisbabylonthegreat

    I say they put only black police officers in the inner city. That way, when a black guy gets shot, they CAN’T blame it on race. Also change the policy to: If a white cop sees a black man committing a crime, he has to stand down and watch until a black police officer gets there to intervene. Can’t have that “racism” charge thrown around. Let’s see how long it takes for the inner city to degenerate completely into utter chaos.
    Aw, dang it. I forgot. Blacks don’t want to be cops because they see cops as “the man” they’re all supposed to be against. Sort of the “task master” who keeps them under “whitey’s thumb”. Any black cop is just an “Uncle Tom” as far as they’re concerned and they would probably turn on a black cop faster than a white one because they see black cops as race traitors. Boy oh boy. No workable solution to this one accept just pulling all cops out of the inner city and let them kill each other. Sort of like, “I’m not saying kill anyone! I’m just saying, take all the warning labels off stuff and let the problem sort itself out!” Just like all the “jihadi” A-holes in the middle east. Back out and let them have at it. If they want to thin the herd and strengthen the gene pool, let ’em!

  • Jon

    This is all about starting Race Riots across America if they could because blacks love to play the victim card regardless of fact. Great video J.T.. Blacks who agree with the verdict are attacked by other black as being not black enough. This is all about starting a race war in America.

  • Scott Rosen

    There’s another race-baiting movie out meant to further incite the race-riots the Marxists are instigating. I have no doubt that “Selma” will win an Oscar, no matter how bad it is.

    • jayvbellis

      Yeah, I noticed this also.

      Hollywood now has a tradition to open up one designated “Hate White America” movie each year, open it on Christmas. A few years back it was “Django Unchained”, next “Mandela long march to freedom”, this year it’s “Selma”.

      California based Oprah, where there are few or no Blacks is now a key player in producing, funding these annual Christmas time released anti White American movies.

      • Daniel McGrath

        It’s interesting because to a degree I’m sure the Romans and the Priests must have seen Jesus as Braindead Redneck rustic.

  • I often think there are only two kinds of people. Those who ‘get it’ and those who ‘don’t get it’. For a long time, I did not get it. Through much soul searching and restless nights, I got it.

    I still come into contact with friends and family who ‘don’t get it’ and have the nerve to look down on me as being “silly”. It gets to the point where you know so much that there is no possible way to properly explain yourself or the situation.

    For them, egalitarianism rules. They are proud to “treat people as they find them” and the Muslims or Blacks or whoever they personally know are “okay” – and besides “where on earth do you get your figures from?!” (ie, “it must be propaganda from your kooky websites and far-right groups”).

    Yes, that’s right….I have spent the last 15 years or so embedded in all this, just to know nothing about what I am talking about and falling for some bull figures ramped out by some ignorant idiots on some knuckle-dragging ‘hate site’…..and they, who I speak with, clearly know everything.

    Only they don’t do they, they are too far gone to know anything. Yet I am the ‘ignorant’ one. Don’t I know that Rashid is a top guy and not everybody who is non-white or Islamic is an extremist or a thief?

    Jared Taylor is a voice of clear sanity in times of trouble and insanity. Yet I often wonder what use sanity is when you live in a lunatic asylum.

    Within the asylum there are two kinds of people…..those who get it, and those who don’t. They look at us as mad, we look at them as mad. Yet it is not us who are creating endless chaos and noise. We know they are truly mad and dangerous, inflicting harm on others, but the lunatics run the asylum and they hold the keys at the moment.

    It is frightening to live in a world where logic and reason mean nothing, where people cannot even hear it or want to hear it. What can you do with that? It is like trying to plait fog.

    • Luca

      “There are three classes of people: those who see. Those who see when they are shown. Those who do not see.” – Leonardo Da Vinci.

  • MekongDelta69

    In a normal world, Jared would be a hero, and [insert your ‘favorite’ black race-hustler thug here] would be in prison.

    But we haven’t lived in a normal world for 50 years…

  • Luca

    Race is such a useful tool in the Marxist bag of tricks. It plays on the old theme of using class warfare to divide people.

    Blacks are nothing more than the most popular, necessary, useful-idiots of the left, because they are so easily manipulated. They soak up the propaganda and respond to the crumbs thrown their way.

    Without their entitlements, enablers and handlers, blacks are nothing.

    • JohnEngelman

      The working men have no country.

      – Karl Marx, from The Communist Manifesto, Chapter II, “Proletarians and Communists”

      Karl Marx underestimated the emotional power of nationalism. He had no understanding of racial loyalty at all.

  • UncleErnie

    This mindset ripples into polite society too. I received a recent comment from a black friend who felt whites invaded NA, suppressing the Indians . I retorted that Europeans built NA (I asked him to just check the before and after pictures), and as a European, I am proud of that. I don’t think this will taint our friendship of course, but he now knows where I stand.

    • Kenner

      Your friend just told you that whites have no legitimate reason to be in North America. With friends like that….

  • dd121

    It was obvious from the start that these incidents were not about misbehaving cops. After all the police were all exonerated by grand juries. If these blacks had any sense of decency they would have respected the rule of law. My interpretation is that this is all about the leftists stirring up hatred against whites by blacks. Just where do they want to take this? If if goes too far I’m pretty sure most whites won’t sit around and let themselves be slaughtered by rampaging blacks.

  • Alexandra1973

    I got a chuckle at the part about the hipsters.

  • TheMaskedUnit

    Are you the same height as your two parents? Only two people (or eight, Noah, Shem, Ham, Japeth + wives) can produce a range of results. I would bet that a family of 10 would have different eye color, sex, physical strength, … There is a lot of code in a “simple cell”. You can find red hair if you do enough mixing and matching. It’s they’re all the time.

    I don’t debate that fossils exist. The ones used to show evolution are manufactured … tooth from animal A into jaw of animal B with no rest of the skeleton is not convincing. Every time.

    There’s a lot of money waiting for the “scientist” that finds that leprechaun.

    • David Ashton

      My reply has not appeared.

  • MarcB1969

    I spoke to a black co-worker about this just morning, and she was under same delusion despite her past as a probation officer. This is the same braniac who told me she will not allow black contractors into her home because they hit on her, offer to do the work as trade for sex, do shoddy work when “completing” a job.

  • LawDog269

    Well done with the exception that diversity being our greatest strength. Honor, character, driven to excellence are all stronger traits which defines a people. These traits, along with others establish the strength of a people, diversity being way down upon the list.

  • TheMaskedUnit

    I don’t know why you’d be interested in my guess. Starting with a population of 8 and doubling ?? every 20-25 years for ~4,000 years … I bet it comes out to about 7 billion.

    • David Ashton

      Starting with Adam and Eve around 4000 BC how many people were on earth before God drowned all but 8 of them around 2000 BC according to your “history”. I am very interested in your guess.

      • TheMaskedUnit

        Do the math. How many kids do you think each couple had? 4 would double the pop. each generation. Maybe a lot more with an extended pre flood lifespan. How long was Eve fertile? The Bible lists Cain, Able, Seth plus sons and daughters.

        There are a lot of detailed genealogies in Genesis but I lack the interest. Luke gives the entire family history of Jesus which may save you some work.

        Luke 3:23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,
        Luke 3:24 Which was the son of Matthat, which was the son of Levi, which was the son of Melchi, which was the son of Janna, which was the son of Joseph,
        Luke 3:25 Which was the son of Mattathias, which was the son of Amos, which was the son of Naum, which was the son of Esli, which was the son of Nagge,
        Luke 3:26 Which was the son of Maath, which was the son of Mattathias, which was the son of Semei, which was the son of Joseph, which was the son of Juda,
        Luke 3:27 Which was the son of Joanna, which was the son of Rhesa, which was the son of Zorobabel, which was the son of Salathiel, which was the son of Neri,
        Luke 3:28 Which was the son of Melchi, which was the son of Addi, which was the son of Cosam, which was the son of Elmodam, which was the son of Er,
        Luke 3:29 Which was the son of Jose, which was the son of Eliezer, which was the son of Jorim, which was the son of Matthat, which was the son of Levi,
        Luke 3:30 Which was the son of Simeon, which was the son of Juda, which was the son of Joseph, which was the son of Jonan, which was the son of Eliakim,
        Luke 3:31 Which was the son of Melea, which was the son of Menan, which was the son of Mattatha, which was the son of Nathan, which was the son of David,
        Luke 3:32 Which was the son of Jesse, which was the son of Obed, which was the son of Booz, which was the son of Salmon, which was the son of Naasson,
        Luke 3:33 Which was the son of Aminadab, which was the son of Aram, which was the son of Esrom, which was the son of Phares, which was the son of Juda,
        Luke 3:34 Which was the son of Jacob, which was the son of Isaac, which was the son of Abraham, which was the son of Thara, which was the son of Nachor,
        Luke 3:35 Which was the son of Saruch, which was the son of Ragau, which was the son of Phalec, which was the son of Heber, which was the son of Sala,
        Luke 3:36 Which was the son of Cainan, which was the son of Arphaxad, which was the son of Sem, which was the son of Noe, which was the son of Lamech,
        Luke 3:37 Which was the son of Mathusala, which was the son of Enoch, which was the son of Jared, which was the son of Maleleel, which was the son of Cainan,
        Luke 3:38 Which was the son of Enos, which was the son of Seth, which was the son of Adam, which was the son of God.

        • David Ashton

          I do have several copies of the Bible, so there was no need to write out all this in full. Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus is different. How interesting that the approximate date you presumably support for the events in Garden of Eden, with its talking reptile and God walking in the shade because of the heat, are contradicted by the archeological records of that time.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            It is no secret that the genealogy of Matthew differs from Luke. His father Joseph was a direct descendent of David through Solomon. He was also adopted into Mary’s family in the leverite tradition. Mary had no brothers to inherit. Mary is also a direct descendent of David through his other son Nathan. Joseph’s ancestor Jechoniah was cursed so that none of his line would be King of Israel. Jesus was not born of this line. He is still a Son of David and Joseph too but not by blood.

            I gave you the text in the understanding that your concerns were sincere. I merely wanted to save you some research.

          • David Ashton

            My first reply has now appeared, and my other reply has now disappeared, though not miraculously. My interest is sincere, but you need only have provided the last three verses from Luke’s genealogy to provide the generations from Adam to Noah. Those poor babies drowned by God!

        • David Ashton

          My full reply has not appeared on this thread – as yet.
          I shall add now only that you need have put only the three verses of Luke 3.36-38 in “answer” to my question. Either you are daft enough to take everything in the “Bible” as literally true, or you are just having us on.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            As soon as you resort to ad hominem, you know your position is weak.

          • David Ashton

            No, I do not think my “position is weak” at all. Let me offer you one example to illustrate that it is daft to take everything in the library of documents known as the Bible as literally true, which might interest someone who has told us about human chromosomes. If Jesus had no human father, he must have received all his genes solely from his mother. As he was a male, where did he get his essential Y chromosome? If it was specially created by God for the occasion, how could Jesus have been “like us in all things except sin”?

          • TheMaskedUnit

            Nobody is going to sit by and be insulted . Please go away.

          • TheMaskedUnit

            Still … Nobody is going to sit by and be insulted . Please go away.

          • David Ashton

            See above.

  • Pat Boyle

    I used to be a liberal. How liberal? I was a public social worker.

    I had ‘Community Organizers’ on my caseload. I was one of the few people it seems when Obama ran who actually knew what that term meant. It means a person who organizes riots.

    Since his election we have had those Occupy# riots and more recently the Ferguson riots which have blossomed into nation wide anti-police riots.

    Elections have consequences.