Thursday News

In der news.

Trump speaks out!  In defense of Jews and Israel of course.

His White Gentile base?  They can all go to hell, I suppose.  Right, Antifa Don Trump?

Trump is so far to the left, he can comfortably hobnob with his Jewish buddies Marx and Trotsky on the political spectrum.

Good for Ethan.  Of course, there’s a “God Emperor” link here.

He said his mother was influenced by the debunked and disgraced former British doctor, Andrew Wakefield, who in the 1990s claimed there was a possible link between the MMR vaccine and childhood developmental regression and autism. The paper he co-authored was removed by The Lancet and he was found guilty of professional misconduct after a series of media exposes led to formal investigations. 

Mr Wakefield has since remade himself in the US, where Donald Trump is among those who believe there is a link between vaccines and autism, despite the conclusions of this own government’s scientists. Mr Wakefield was among four leading anti-vaccination campaigners who met the Republican candidate at a 2016 fundraiser in Florida shortly before the election.

Is Trump the worst human being on Earth?  The Retard Emperor.

The long term fear is that right wing populism “shot its bolt” with Trump for the foreseeable future.  All the pent up anger, frustration, and energy that led to Trump’s 2016 electoral victory may be dissipated in defeat, disillusionment, and despair.  Far from being “the last chance for White America,” Trump may go down in history as the gravedigger of White America.  MAGA!  Pepe!  Kek!

Working hard…or hardly working?

Asians don’t like to hear the truth – even when it is spoken by one of their own. “Learn from western peers” – you got that right.  Copy and adapt – it’s the Asian way!  But “think independently?”  He’s going to have a long wait – doesn’t he know better?

More on Jack Vance.

I have to admit that Cugel is up there as one of the most entertaining characters I’ve encountered in literature; an unintentionally hilarious rogue, fancying himself a brilliant, beautiful cavalier with a wit like a razor, when in fact he is a long-faced cutpurse, imposter, murderer and rapist; to say the least he is a man of questionable ethics and perverse cunning.

An alpha male!  The dark triad!

Iucounu’s description: Fianosther pointed across the way to a man wearing garments of black. This man was small, yellow of skin, bald as a stone. His eyes resembled knots in a plank; his mouth was wide and curved in a grin of chronic mirth. 

Here’s my take on Iucounu, holding Firx, the extraterrestrial creature in his sweaty palms. I wanted to have him look kind of harmless and even dumb, as his mode of conversation brings to mind an absentminded professor. It may well be this is simply a show, but I felt that charade could be also reflected in his appearance. As a powerful wizard, he has lost much of the sense a mortal could make of him. I imagine his skin tone is the result of one too many alchemical brew ingested.

Or maybe his skin tone and his knot-like eyes suggest East Asian ancestry?

Wrong, wrong, they’re always wrong.  Counter-Currents: “Fenek Solère on the Englishness of Kate Bush”

Kate Bush, emphasis added:

Bush was born in Bexleyheath, Kent,[18] to an English medical doctor, Robert Bush (1920–2008), and an Irish mother, Hannah Daly (1918–1992).[19].  She was raised as a Roman Catholic…“I was a Roman Catholic and brought up in Roman Catholic schools”…In 2019, Bush published a statement on her website saying she had been quoted out of context and did not support the Conservative Party. She wrote: “My response to the interviewer was not meant to be political but rather was in the defence of women in power … I said that we had a woman in charge of our country, and that I felt it was a good thing to have women in power … it could make it seem like I am a Tory supporter which I want to make clear I am not.

Too bad Kate Bush didn’t mate with Shakin’ Stevens – they could have produced a Marxist leprechaun.

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