In der news.
…it was during that high-speed chase that a trooper looked into the car and noticed that a dog was sitting in the driver’s seat.
When troopers were finally able to stop the speeding car with spike strips, the man told them simply that he was “trying to teach his dog how to drive.”
What’s the relevance to EGI Notes? Just more evidence that America is a complete madhouse. One can expect more examples like this as American society breaks down under diversity.
Female athletics. What’s the relevance to EGI Notes? Exposing sex reality is important for the long term well-being of our people.
Behold Der Right. The only question now is whether Der Right will be only partially discredited from this crisis or completely discredited. Unfortunately, the former seems more likely.
It’s Der Right. The basic problem with Der Right is its “culture” not its fundamental ideology. By culture I mean the hysterically irrational, conspiracy-obsessed, anti-empiricist, anti-scientific, anti-expertise (”credentialism!”), distrust anyone, cherry picking when to “fight for freedom” in the worst possible circumstances, gaslighting stupidity. Der Movement adds to that its fossilized dogmas, its affirmative action program, and even more hysteria about conspiracies and sweaty hysteria. Hey idiots – the real conspiracies are race replacement and outsourcing our entire economy to China, not “microchips in vaccines.” The real conspiracies are the ones that are open and public and to which you provide no effective opposition.
It’s a right wing star! Mazel Tov! Oy vey!
Maybe Der Right should be worrying more about this than about “microchips in vaccinations” or about “Jew doctors sodomizing our babies with MMR needles and giving them autism.” But, no. You see, many of our rightist heroes and anti-vaxxers are themselves butterballs and this all hits too close to home, don’t you know. I seem to recall one prominent female anti-vaxxer in Der Movement whining several years ago about dating problems – men don’t like overweight women. That complaint tells us much, I think.
MacDonald and Durocher weep. Kemp has a nervous breakdown.
So Northern Europeans actually have a ton of the Middle Eastern ancestry that Nordicists have always looked down on. And while they still have some of their beloved European hunter-gatherer ancestry, it turns out that’s Asian-related. Furthermore, large parts of their Middle Eastern and Asian/Amerindian-type ancestries arrived long after Paleolithic and Neolithic times in the Bronze Age.
Of course, the same goes for Southern Europeans, but they generally have more of the older Neolithic farmer ancestry and less of the exotic “Asiatic” ancestries. And the originators of European civilization — Minoan and Mycenaean Greeks, as well as Etruscans and Romans — were genetically like modern Southern Europeans, not like modern Northern Europeans as the Nordicists have always claimed.
So in a pissing contest of who’s “more European”, playing by Nordicists’ own rules, Southern Europeans would have to be considered the “winners”.
But, hey, those exotic “Asian” ancestries are of great benefit to all humanity, and don’t your forget it!. Now, run along and borrow some chopsticks from Bromstad and Bjork.
Look while I don’t agree with Racial Reality/Italianthro on some things ( I oppose Medicism as much as I oppose Nordicism, and I critique wops and dagoes as much as anyone), he’s right here – the utter hypocrisy of Der Movement is neatly exposed by his post.
Attention Zturd (emphasis added):
…Helsloot fails to take into account the additional number of Italians who would have died without the suppression policy that he condemns. Also, even with the draconian nationwide lockdown in Italy, the coronavirus is far from subdued…Even Gerd Gigerenzer from the Max Planck Institute in Berlin, whom I admire for his excellent work on risk and uncertainty, fails to take into account the phenomenon of self-refuting prophecies…doesn’t pause to consider the effects of the actions that were taken by those authorities to forestall their worst predictions.
One more example. Minimalists such as Richard Epstein at the Hoover Institute have cited the low case fatality rate of COVID-19 in South Korea and Singapore, which are precisely the places that have tested for the virus most extensively. Doesn’t this prove that we are overestimating the deadliness of the coronavirus and that we are panicking over nothing? No, because this argument ignores the fact that South Korea took the coronavirus threat very seriously right from the start…As the novelist Frank Herbert once said: “The function of sci-fi is not to predict the future, but to prevent it.” That leads us into a strange paradox: the better we manage to contain this pandemic, the less we will learn from it. Because there is one thing you can bet on for sure: as soon as this whole crisis blows over, the same minimalists will come forward and claim that it wasn’t as bad as the “fearmongers” had told us. Indeed, some of them are already busy committing that very fallacy.
SALLIS IS RIGHT ONCE AGAIN. Finally, someone is admitting that biolab leak does NOT imply “bioengineered.” Note the Chinatrix connection to all of this, perhaps explaining the hysterical fervor of the HBDers on this issue. Psycho-sexual motivations are typically very potent, eh HBDers? Doing some “measured groveling,” perhaps?
Hungary vs. Sweden. Come now, Swedish political leadership is obviously of great benefit – great benefit I tell you! – to all humanity, as opposed to all of those non-good Outer Hajnal Eastern European Hungarians.
Is Carlson reading Zturd? I listened to what he said – it’s not as bad as Zturd, but it’s not entirely accurate either. It’s too early right now for either direction – certainly too early for Zturd’s “let the good times roll” and too early for Fauci’s “close everything down until there’s isn’t a single slant-eyed, yellow virus particle in America.” We need to get a clear understanding of viral spread in Red State America. But, Carlson needs to consider what is linked above – it may be precisely all of the measures he worries about that are reducing infection rates in certain areas of the country. It may be useful to hear from epidemiologists and infectious disease experts other than Fauci as well. Let’s get some consensus. My point is as well – what would Tucker do? Let’s get some actual proposals. It’s easy to criticize. What should be done?