Category: Bunker

Shady Genetics


Read this.  Emphasis added.

We talked with Morgan, who works for one of the major ancestry testing companies…“I only know of two times somebody wanted to be tested for being another ethnicity because they didn’t like that ethnicity. Both times, [they were] white people not wanting to believe they had black ancestors.” The first of these made an offhand remark that, “‘I’m hoping it will show people I’m not black.’ And not as a joke. He was serious.” The second customer was even less subtle: “He caught himself from saying the N-bomb. He said, ‘I want to know if any of my family are ni- black.’”

On the one hand, I find these stories of Bunker Syndrome customers hard to believe, but I suppose anything is possible.  On the other hand, you know, the ultimate purpose of a business is to provide a product to customers, not to mock those customers in an interview.

Morgan and his colleagues were caught between a rock and a really-want-to-mess-with-racists place. 

Excuse me, ”Morgan,” but get  off your high horse of mewling pathetic SJW-style conformist moral posturing, and try to understand that your role as an employee of a business is not to “mess with” your customers.  If this self-righteous turd believes what he does is so correct, why not name the company he works for?  After all, what’s wrong with “messing with” “racists?”  Be proud!  Own it. Name the company please, so all potential customers know what they are getting into.  Full disclosure of business practices and all that.

It would’ve been fun to throw a “10 percent West African” in there, but then they might have a pissed-off, dangerous person at their office, waving a gun. 

And that, to “Morgan,” is the only reason not to invent results out of thin air – his fears for his personal safety. With attitudes like this extant within testing companies, what confidence can we have in the scientific integrity of the results?  They may not add “10%” findings, but what about putting their thumb on the scale to “adjust” results?  Oh wait…

“Since we couldn’t do anything to the results (and we wanted to), what we did was add ‘[less than] 1 percent’ to each African category of ethnicity. 

So they do exactly that.

That way we weren’t lying, and they would both be wondering how much under a percentage point was. We always try to round to the nearest number because we sometimes hear about percentage points, but for them, we leave it open to whether it’s a one or a zero.”

So, essentially they admit that ~ 1% is statistically equivalent to zero.  That goes along with previous admissions that ~9% admixture levels are close to the threshold at which one can have any confidence that such “admixture” is “real” – and that’s not even getting into the issue of parental populations.

It’s a compromise that’s elegant in its passive-aggressive simplicity. 

Yes, real “elegant” and all.  Once again – since they are so proud of their elegant simplicity, can they simply – and elegantly – name the company that “Morgan” works for?  Inquiring minds want to know.

And it got a result. “The near-N-bomber wrote to us asking what that meant, and we wrote back that it meant it was under 1 percent. And we were not saying zero. Unless they got another test, that was going to bother them. 

Yes, indeed, bothering your customers is what running a business is all about, right?

Maybe they weren’t 100 percent Caucasian. I mean, they were, according to the results, but this way it leaves it open, and they’ll always be wondering.”

We are wondering what company “Morgan” works for. Why be shy?  Tell us, “Morgan.”


On Hatred, Trump, Happy Penguins, Etc.

Food for thought.  That’s Cheerios for Breezy Steve.

I’d like to address Johnson’s comments about “hate” in his fourth Alt Right historical installment, and, especially, I am interested in the thoughtful comment here.

Hatred is a powerful motivating force, and as the commentator says, hatred of evil has been part of the Western Christian cultural-religious tradition (for better or worse).  So, while I despite the casual bigotry of the Bunker Syndrome folks – who typically do nothing constructive for White interests – and also despite the “acting out” of the Type I Nutzi peanut gallery, there is a place for a healthy hatred in the activist toolkit.  I believe it is foolish to hate individuals based on race, ethnicity, etc.  On an individual basis, there are good and bad in all peoples and, personally, I have known some very good non-Whites and some despicable Whites (more often the latter than the former, but still, I have known both types).  However, in an integrated globalist world with more than seven billion people, you simply cannot make public policy on an individual basis. You need to deal with groups – large groups, and make judgments on groups.  And in my opinion it is certainly reasonable and healthy to hate groups when those groups deserve to be hated (and they do), just as it is reasonable and healthy to hate individuals when that level of hatred is deserved.  In both cases, I reject hatred just because of difference; instead, the hatred is due to harm that is done – and it is possible to hate a group for that reason, while making exceptions for individuals within that group. Those exceptions however, do not determine public policy.  On an individual and personal level, it may be unfortunate that racial separation would remove personally pleasant non-Whites and include unpleasant Whites.  But, again, you cannot make public policy on an individual basis when dealing with millions or billions of people.

As far as Johnson goes, my understanding of his background, based on things he has said in podcasts, is that he grew up in a White environment; if he had grown up in a Colored Urban Jungle, as others have, his views on “hate” might have been quite different.

Well, what do you know?  Sallis right once again.  Gee, what about all those gamesters literally getting all hot and bothered (one saying, “I have to change my pants”) about Trump sending troops to the border?  Apparently, the troops are there to help process the refugee applications.


Face facts: Trump tricked all you starry-eyed worshippers. Trump is an ultra-far-left super-cuck, likely to the left of Clinton when it comes to actualizing immigration policy. Separate out the bluster and the tweets from the reality.

Sallis back in 2015: Trump is a fraud, a vulgar, ignorant buffoon, Touchback Trump who will his throw his White base under the bus at the first opportunity.

The Alt Right from 2015 to mid-2018: MAGA!  Trump!  The last chance for White America!  God Emperor!  Pepe!  Kek!  [cue heavy breathing]

MacDonald in 2018: I don’t know, about this Trump guy, I’m feeling I was, like you know, swindled or something.

Spencer in 2018: This Trump guy, he’s not, like you know, protecting his base of supporters, he’s just using them.

So, hey, “movement” rank-and-file: it’s your choice.  Follow the folks who belatedly realize three years later that their “last chance for White America” “God Emperor” is a fraud, or follow folks who realized it from the very beginning and warned you all, years before the betrayals came to pass. Of course, you’ll continue supporting and following the former, because, well, you know.

More of the same: Hood and Amren are only, like, three years behind EGI Notes.  Emphasis added:

President Trump has done nothing for us. No one is coming to save us….President Trump has done us an immense service, not by “emboldening” us or helping us in any concrete way but by so infuriating our opponents that they have shown their hand more clearly than ever. The other side now says openly that the political divide is a racial divide—and that we are an odious obstacle to progress. It remains only for us to wake up our side to this reality. This country is becoming more polarized, and the division of the past two years is just the beginning.

And on the recent election:

There are already signs President Trump’s coalition is shrinking. The Rust Belt that gave him a presidential victory tilted heavily towards Democrats this election. The crushing humiliation of some of the most “Trumpist” immigration patriots was so predictable that almost no one is even bothering to mention it. Corey Stewart ran on defending Virginia’s monuments, opposing gangs such as MS-13, and staunchly supporting President Trump’s immigration agenda. Congressman Lou Barletta was one of the most promising politicians in the country, once spoken of as a possible secretary of labor, where he could have been a leading voice in transforming the GOP into the “workers’ party” President Trump promised. Both men were defeated by lopsided margins.

Let’s compare that to Sallis vs. Johnson.

Sallis: Trump was humiliated.

Johnson: It was really a victory for Trump since he didn’t lose as badly as he could have,

Who is always right, and who is always wrong?

But, hey, rank-and-file: keep on following your “leaders”…right off the cliff.

Here’s the Happy Penguins once again using their children as props for their money-making enterprise.  What despicable low-lives they are.

Hey, Pete and Lydia: when your children are old enough, they can decide for themselves whether or not they agree with your views and whether or not they want their pictures plastered, for all digital eternity, on your VDARE website.  Until then, how about stop forcing your private life and your children into you activist activity?  Didn’t any of these people learn anything from the Derek Black fiasco?  Or the Prussian Blue disavowing?  You can’t force-feed beliefs onto White children in the current System. Other groups can do so.  Particularly, South Asian families in America, both Hindu and Muslim, do an effective job in making their children “toe the line.”  But, Whites are more individualistic and questioning, and the System puts enormous pressure on young Whites to conform (some Christians have some success here – but that’s for cucked, universalist Christianity – racialism is different).  Yes, you should do your best to teach the fundamentals of your belief system, and back it up with facts and your own consistent and honorable behavior, but you cannot force it – even using the children as props for your panhandling is going too far.

And thank Trump/Sessions for the fact you live in a nation in which Antifa is the new Stormtroopers and Gestapo all rolled up into one. MAGA!  Make Antifa Great Again!

Zman discussing fascism reminds me of that line from the Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy BBC series:

Total ignorance of subject matter doesn’t bother Percy.

Just replace “Percy” with “Zman and his commentators” and you’ll get my point.

Breezy Steve dietary advice analysis:

One bowl of Cheerios always made me hungrier for a second bowl, which made me hungrier for a third bowl.

Bunker Syndrome Redux

An example of leftist hypocrisy as well.

Some time ago, I wrote about “The Bunker Syndrome,” an affliction that characterizes many Whites of rightist inclinations. You have White folks with healthy instructs about race and culture, but they are unwilling to actually do anything productive about it.  Rather than attempting to actualize their beliefs in the real world, and engage in activism, they’ll just spout some “bigoted” remarks, or “act out” in public, accomplishing nothing except making themselves (and others who share their beliefs) look bad.

Let’s consider this situation.  Yes, a New York lawyer named “Aaron Schlossberg” raises questions as to his ancestry – or should we say (((ancestry))) – but that’s irrelevant to the main issues at hand.  Ignore that Levantine possibility for the time being, and let’s look at this through the paradigm prism of “a ‘White’ person making rightist, politically incorrect comments.”

Now, the persecution of Schlossberg is wrong, but his behavior is a perfect example of The Bunker Syndrome – lots of loud “acting out” of “bigoted” opinions but no actualization of his views in the real world.  Indeed, we read, emphasis added:

The website for Schlossberg says he is a lawyer with a focus on commercial and insurance law and notes that he speaks Spanish and some French, Mandarin Chinese and Hebrew, in addition to English. His law office advertises that it can take phone calls in four foreign languages, an irony that was not lost on many commentators on social media.

If Mr. Schlossberg feels so strongly about the sanctity of public English speaking, then perhaps his law office should only have accepted phone calls in that language?  More to the point, if he feels so strongly about immigration, illegal immigration, immigration enforcement, rightist politics, and cultural preservation, then, instead of public displays of Bunkerism, he could have used his legal training to help those on the Right, instead of practicing “commercial and insurance law” for a “vibrant” clientele.  Even if he didn’t want to help any “anti-Semitic Nazis” there are those on the Right who would welcome him – indeed, the Alt Wrong would much prefer a New York lawyer named “Aaron Schlossberg” over some greasy low-IQ Afrowop or some Romanian dancing the hora (long may it turn).  Then there is the whole Alt Light, the Paleocons, and the Donald Cuck administration.  There’s a wide range of opportunities for someone with legal training to help the Right, instead of acting like a jackass in a restaurant.

This is the problem with all the “Bunkers.” They’ll say this or that but not actually DO anything productive in the political or metapolitical sphere to advance their beliefs.  In fact, their “acting out” typically has the consequences (apart from harming themselves) of delegitimizing their beliefs and generating (undeserved) sympathy for the targets of their ire.  They are not even helping to promote racial balkanization, since their behavior is a dead end resulting in the aforementioned sympathy for their targets, and embarrassment for those who share their basic beliefs.  There is no real “heightening of the contradictions” here.  That Black guy who walked into a restaurant with a MAGA hat and got harassed actually did more to promote balkanization than did Schlossberg yelling about calling ICE on some Spanish speakers.

In comment threads in articles about Schlossberg, one sees the typical leftist mantra that spews forth when anyone with rightist sympathies is subjected to oppressive social pricing: “free speech has consequences” and “free speech protections of the First Amendment only refer to a lack of government persecution and have nothing to do with private consequences” etc.  These same leftist hypocrites (redundancy) were silent however when Fresno State claimed an inability to discipline NEC land whale Jarrar due to…drum roll please…free speech and the First Amendment.  And keep in mind Jarrar’s antics not only included the public comments about “amazing racist” Barbara Bush but also the incident with the ASU hotline number.  Consequences for any of that?  Absolute zero. Consequences for Schlossberg expressing his private opinion in a private setting?  Kicked out of his office and having elected officials submitting complaints for him to be disbarred.  

There are some on the Left who call those on the Far Right “hypocrites” on the free speech issue because, as they say, “if you guys were in charge, you wouldn’t allow free speech.”  Of course, leftists accusing others of hypocrisy is breathtaking….well, hypocrisy, as well as an insane level of projection.  But as to the “accusation?”  Fair enough…if I were in power, I wouldn’t allow free speech for the Left; they would be silenced just as they now silence the Right.  But it is not “hypocrisy” because a Sallis State would not pretend to be a “democracy” with a “First Amendment” and would not engage in dishonorable cant about “freedom” to justify interfering with the sovereignty of other nations. A Sallis State would also not cherry-pick law enforcement nor would it engage in cowardly techniques of social pricing (also applied in a cherry-picked, inconsistent manner) in order to evade the letter and spirit of the law.

The Left does not respect freedom of expression in the context of a “democracy” centered on a “Bill of Rights” (and Europe is even worse).  So, why should they expect the Far Right to respect freedom of expression in a national socialist authoritarian state?  Are they delusional or merely retarded?

In any case: if there are rightist lawyers (or other useful professionals) out there, please learn from the Schlossberg case.  We don’t need more Archie Bunkers.  The Bunkers didn’t save America from being transformed and destroyed.  We don’t need you spouting off in a restaurant, we need you in a courtroom (or wherever your skills can be best utilized) advocating for the Right.

The Bunker Syndrome for 4/7/15

No translation into politics.
Opinion poll shows Americans, particularly Republicans, want more deportation and are against automatic birthright citizenship. And yet these same folks will eagerly flock to the voting booth to cast a ballot for the Bush family, John McCain, Graham, Rubio, or any other of the host of prominent GOP politicians who support amnesty and who advocate for hastened demographic change in America.
There is no way around it. White voters, White conservative Republican voters, are extremely stupid. And this is another “fail” for HBD, because whatever you want to say about the “IQ” of these voters, they are nevertheless practically stupid, dumb when it comes to defending their interests, defending their biological fitness.  They believe in X,Y,Z and then they allows themselves to be hoodwinked into voting for candidates vehemently against X,Y,Z.  If you do that, you can have a 160 IQ and still be dumb as a stone.