Category: Mangan

Amren, Scot Peterson, and The Mangan Syndrome

Another “movement” error.

The Mangan Syndrome, named after Muscleman Mangan (The King of Whey) can be defined thus: When someone, particular in some precinct of Der Movement, publicly makes a factually incorrect statement with an attitude of complete smug self-assurance. Typically, the comment is not only factually incorrect but obviously so, something that could be identified as incorrect (or at best highly misleading) given a few minutes (or seconds) of online research (or simple reading comprehension).

The classic example was Mangans’s assertion that “most Italian-Americans are of Northern Italian ancestry.”  Another example from Der Movement is one I criticized here.

The latest example of this is Amren’s assertion that Florida (ex) deputy Scot Peterson is Black.

This is Scot Peterson.  Not very Negro.

Note that Amren post has to be from an archived source since they apparently removed the original once they found out they were wrong (days later) and, insofar as I know, they never admitted, much less apologized for, the error.

Now, I’m sure heavy breathing Type I’s will say “what’s the big deal?”

It is the same principle as to why people are told to make sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes in their resume/CV/job application, college application essay, grant submission, etc.  If you are so sloppy, and have such a lack of attention to detail, in the small things, that is a warning that you’ll do the same for the big things.  If you can’t be trusted to get it right, find out the correct answer, and do your research for the small things, the same is likely for the big things.  If you cannot be trusted on the small things, why should anyone trust you on anything more important?

So, the same Amren that tells us that that a deputy named “Scot Peterson” is “Black” (How likely is it that a deputy named “Scot Peterson” is a Negro?  Didn’t any of these geniuses have enough sense to double check to make sure?  Apparently not.) based on this picture (obviously a fuzzy photo of a tanned White man) is the same Amren that peddles the pseudoscience of the charlatan Richard Lynn or which spreads misleading nonsense about Ancient Egypt.  

And the System uses these errors to smear ALL racialists and ALL nationalists as being “wrong” and “peddling pseudoscience” and “so blinded by hate that they can’t get their facts straight.”  

At some point, if there is never any accountability, how will the “movement” ever get on track?  Are these people even capable of admitting they are wrong?  Are they capable of admitting errors?  Can you trust anyone who makes such egregious mistakes and then doesn’t have the good grace, the character, to admit it?

And this is not specifically to “pick on” Amren, which has done, and continues to do, some good work, but it is illustrative of Der Movement as a whole.  It is also related to Der Movement’s solipsism, what I call The Lathe of Heaven Syndrome (many syndromes in Der Defective Movement – The Man on White Horse Syndrome being another), in which Type I activists believe that their very thoughts, their bombastic pronouncements, create reality. Things are because Der Movement says they are!  Ancient Egyptians were akin to Europeans – nay they were Nordics! – simply because Der Movement says so, the actual existing genetic evidence to the contrary be damned.

Once you lose people’s trust with sloppy errors and blatant falsehoods it will be very difficult, sometimes impossible, to gain it back.

Better not to make these errors to begin with.  And if an affirmative action leadership cannot refrain from error, then Der Movement had better rethink its quota system.


Lind Not Roissy

The Amish (and Cuban) fraud.

The latest “movement” stupidity, courtesy of the lying race-mixer Roissy, is that Trump’s election was due to “Amish in Pennsylvania” and “Cuban White Euro-hispanics in Florida.” Now, no doubt, many Amish and anti-Castro Cubans supported Trump, and it helped, as all votes in swing states help. But, what’s the real story?  That can be ascertained by a few minutes of easy googling (you know, like what disproved Mangan’s retarded statement about the intra-Italian origin of Italian-Americans), using proper search terms. Indeed, the fact that the likes of Mangan and Roissy cannot, or will not, find information that is only a few mouse clicks away tells you all you need to know about their dishonesty or laziness, or both.

Sample articles are (emphasis added), first from Pennsylvania, land of the Amish:

On Tuesday, Mr. Trump took a county, Luzerne, that Mr. Romney lost by 5,982 in 2012 and won there by 26,753 votes, a swing of 32,735 votes.

In Lackawanna County, Mr. Trump lost, but reduced Mr. Romney’s losing margin of 26,753 to 3,491 votes, a swing of 23,262 votes.

The two swings, totaling 55,997 votes, amount to 86.6 percent of Mr. Trump’s unofficial 64,678-vote winning margin in Pennsylvania.

And who lives there, in the heart of Joe Biden country?

Luzerne County boasts an estimated Irish-American population of 63,846 – about 20 percent of the county’s approximately 320,000 residents.

Lackawanna County’s percentage is even higher, with 58,615 or 27.4 percent of its approximately 214,000 residents claiming Irish ancestry.

Irish-Americans are the top ethnic group in Lackawanna County, with Italians, Germans, Polish and English respectively rounding out the top five.

Irish ancestry trails only Polish in Luzerne County, with about 75,000 Polish-Americans making up 23.5 percent of the county population. 

Residents of German, Italian and English descent, respectively, fill in the remaining top five ancestries in the county.

Lots of White ethnic Catholics (Irish, Italian, Polish), with some NW Euro types (German, English) mixed in.  Without those White ethnic Catholic voters, Trump doesn’t win Pennsylvania, even with all of Roissy’s Amish.

Micks and Wops and Polacks, oh my!

A key to the Pennsylvania result came from Luzerne County. Barack Obama won Luzerne County four years ago. This time, it was Trump with the big victory in our biggest county 58 to 39 percent.

Clinton won Monroe and Lackawanna Counties, but while Obama had a blowout in Lackawanna in 2012, Clinton only won 50 to 47 percent.

These are working-class White folks who despised Mitt Romney enough to vote for Obama for economic reasons, but who flocked to an anti-immigration right-wing populist like Trump.

Despite Hillary Clinton’s large margins in Miami-Dade County and Broward County, Trump ran up the score elsewhere in the state — from the Deep South Panhandle to the interior of Florida to peninsula’s southwest, a bastion of working-class whites and retirees from the Midwest who pushed him over the top. Trump ran up huge margins with white Florida voters — who comprise 64 percent of the state’s voting rolls — and have always been the most reliable voters in terms of turnout. Latino turnout in Miami-Dade and Orange County was just not enough for Clinton.

Four of the five counties where he improved most over Romney’s showing in 2012 — Lee, Pasco, Polk, Pinellas and Volusia — are on the I-4 corridor and three are in the Tampa Bay area. The common thread? These counties are whiter, older and mostly less-educated than the state as a whole.

How many “Cuban White Euro-hispanics” are there in the Florida Panhandle?  Read this:

Okaloosa Republican Executive Committee Chairwoman Gaye Ellis said Trump’s strategy proved wrong the naysayers who said he shouldn’t spend so much time in the solidly conservative Panhandle.

“It’s always the Panhandle that pushes the Republican candidates over the top,” Ellis said. “We serve as a counterbalance to South Florida and particularly the I-4 corridor.

Panhandle: Southern Whites of founding stock ancestry – one-half of one of Lind’s tribes. The other half are the drunken Micks, swarthoid Wops, and dumb Polacks.

“She was massacred in smaller counties up and down the Panhandle and in Central Florida.”

Summary for Florida: Southern Whites.  Yes, some Cubans helped, but it was the White vote.  Lind again, my friends: Southern Whites and Northeast/Rust Belt White ethnics.

Always remember: Der Movement is fundamentally dishonest.  For facts, come here instead.

Mangan, Roissy, and Weightlifting Confusion

Drooling idiots.

Muscleman Mangan (*) and Roissy happily cite a study that says that training to failure with lighter weights gives the same strength and muscle mass benefits as higher weight (load) training. Any goddamn halfwit actually reading the abstract of that study would see the problems therein, especially if the halfwits were, like Mangan and Roissy claim for themselves, heroes of bodybuilding (using, as Roissy says, “big boy” weights). The relevant passage: 

Subjects were randomly allocated into a higher-repetition (HR) group who lifted loads of ~30-50% of their maximal strength (1RM) for 20-25 repetitions/set (n=24) or a lower-repetition (LR) group (~75-90% 1RM, 8-12 repetitions/set, n=25), with all sets being performed to volitional failure.

Hey, morons, 8-12 reps ARE NOT LOW REPS, HIGH WEIGHT SETS. OK? That’s in the “mid-range” of reps (the classic “hypertrophy range”), and 12 is at the borderline of “higher reps.” And, really, if someone can do 8-12 reps with up to “90% of their 1 rep max” would suggest that the “max” is no “max” at all. And, for goddsakes you morons, high load low rep sets ARE NOT DONE TO FAILURE, you pea brained imbeciles. 

REAL strength/power/mass training is with rep ranges of 1-5 (maybe 1-6 max), not to failure, with, optimally, a few minutes rest between sets, and with weights that are REALLY closer to the 1 rep max, not weights that can be performed 8-12 reps to failure. Ever hear of the 5×5 program, morons, which is at the higher range of the low rep spectrum and combines strength building with hypertrophy? And even lower rep (than 5) multiple sets of heavy weight will stimulate hypertrophy, although as one approaches the 1 rep max, strength building (including neural adaptions) becomes ever more predominant. 
But let’s not reality intrude on HBD fantasies now, shall we? 
* Mangan is the absolute retard who claimed, boldly with absolute confidence, that most Italian-Americans were of Northern Italian descent, because that’s the way his feeble mind could explain why Tricky Dick’s “estimates” of Southern Italian IQ (subsequently proven wrong by like, you know, actual IQ testing) doesn’t match with the fact (albeit unknown to Der Movement) that wops in America who are – contra Whey Protein, Low Iron Mangan – mostly of Southern Italian descent have levels of accomplishment higher than that of the Negroes and Hispanics whom Lynn insists are in the same general IQ range. And, of course, that US dagoes are of Southern origin is something that can be easily discerned by five minutes of googling, in contrast to Mangan’s iron-deprived cerebrum that conflates national region emigration rates to specific rates of immigration to particular receiving nations.