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The Daily Stormer asks: Are the Jews secretly trying to absorb the DNA of CNN’s Brian Stelter?

Jamie and Brian Stelter

By David Futrelle

CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter, an amiable print-journalist-turned-TV-pundit, doesn’t seem like the sort of guy who would arouse a lot of public passion. But amongst those in Fox Nation and further right he’s hated for his (really rather mild) critiques of Donald Trump and his favorite TV network.

And so, as they so often do with many of the people they hate, Stelter’s anti-fans on the far right assume that he is both a radical and a Jew. The Right Wing blogger INCOG MAN has denounced him as a “total lefty idiot” and a “smiling Jew boy punk.”

On Gab, the Nazi-infested Twitter alternative, they are a little less polite, with one commenter classifying the CNN correspondent as “yet another Commie for Mommie Hillary” and another declaring him to be a “Conspiring Jew snake.”

Stelter, a moderate liberal who could only seem radical to someone whose mind is poisoned by Fox News or 4chan, was raised Methodist. But he got married to a Jewish woman in a Jewish ceremony, and the two are planning to raise their children Jewish. And while he hasn’t converted to Judaism, Stelter is now so steeped in Jewish culture that he has jokingly referred to himself as “Jew-ish.”

For some on the far right, that’s close enough to make it official.

“Brian Stelter is a Jew lover and most likely a k*ke himself,” a Gab user called Óðinn asserts.

Married to a k*kess and raises his kids Jewish. Says he was raised Methodist, but he looks ethnically Jewish. Lesson #1: If it looks like a Jew, acts like a Jew, and hangs around Jews, it’s most likely a Jew. Lesson #2: The media is comprised of mostly conniving k*kes who are either outright hooknosed rats, undercover Jews, or goys married to Jews.

Andrew Anglin, head boy at the Daily Stormer, has a rather more complex theory about Stelter. In a post today (link goes directly to the Daily Stormer) he ponders the marriage of this non-Jewish man with “one of the most Jewish faces I’ve ever seen” to a Jewish woman who Anglin believes is “completely out of his league.”

While Anglin thinks that Jamie Stelter, nee Shupak, a bubbly TV traffic reporter, “is not beautiful by any stretch, and … in fact very Jewish looking,” he’s also convinced that

her physical attractiveness level is quite obviously far beyond that of the gargoylesque Stelter, to the point where it is jarring to see them together as a couple.

Adding to Anglin’s puzzlement: Before he met his now-wife Jamie, “Stelter dated another Jewess, Nicole Lapin, who is also far outside of his own sex appeal range.”

Granted, Stelter isn’t what you’d call Mr. Glamour, but this seems a tad harsh. Regardless, Anglin sees this alleged huge discrepancy in what the pickup artists call Sexual Market Value between Stelter and his “Jewess” partners as something that needs an explanation, and he comes up with one. Well, two.

Either Stelter is a crypto-Jew or a partial Jew who ended up in a Christian family and then sought to reunite with the tribe, or he was picked out by the Jews to join the Jewish tribe because of his personal characteristics and behavior.

What Anglin is suggesting — as you’ll see more clearly in a moment — is that Stelter’s marriage could be, might be … part of a Jewish plot to incorporate the good DNA of successful goys into the Jewish bloodline. Naturally, Anglin is far more enamored of this explanation than he is of the boring old “crypto-Jew” thesis.

Western Jews have engaged in this practice of selective, strategic outbreeding for thousands of years, to the point where on average, less than half of their current DNA make-up comes from the Middle East.

For what it’s worth, while interfaith marriages between Jews and non-Jews have increased dramatically in recent years, historically they have been quite rare; a study of marriages in North America between 1654 and 1840 reported that only about 15 percent of the total were between Jews and Christians. The only “strategic outbreeding” going on is going on in Anglin’s fevered imagination.

Anglin continues:

Assuming Brian Stelter was a pure goy, he would be the perfect candidate for integration into the Jewish gene pool. He is relatively intelligent, he is ambitious and successful (he had started and sold a media company before he left college) …

If this all sounds a little bit gushing, especially coming from a Hitler-admiring neo-Nazin like Anglin, don’t worry, the anti-Semitism is about to return with a vengeance.

… and he is completely lacking in any kind of moral fortitude and is willing to tell destructive lies to millions of people for money without blinking or blushing.

Actually, that last bit is a much better description of Anglin’s idol Tucker Carlson than it is of Stelter. But never mind; Anglin isn’t done spinning out his theory just yet.

He is also physically repulsive.

And so you have the Jews sending him a series of Jewish women who are significantly beyond the level of attractiveness he would be able to achieve if he were simply out looking for women on his own. Eventually one of the women clicks, he is married, produces children, and now his genes belong to the Jewish tribe.

Wow. The people working for the Jewess Distribution Department of the Goy Gene Acquisition Division of the Worldwide Conspiracy of the Elders of Zion must be diabolically good at their jobs, because according to an article in Motherly, Brian asked Jamie out after seeing her do traffic reports on TV.

I mean, it’s kind of amazing that The Jews knew that by strategically placing her on a popular news program on a station reaching some two million homes she would be able to grab the attention of this one very particular viewer, and inspire him to tweet a note to the station’s morning news anchor asking if Jamie was single.

But hey, I’m sure that Anglin would readily admit that Jews are awfully clever, right?

Anglin finishes off his speculations with a nod to a couple of his favorite Nazis.

This process of absorbing the genetics of those they live amongst is fundamental to the Jewish people, and it is why while Adolf Hitler was referring to the Jews as a “race,” the more scientifically astute Alfred Rosenberg referred to them as a parasitic “anti-race.”

I don’t usually offer Truth Ratings for the nonsensical theories of neo-Nazis I write about on this blog, but I’m going to go ahead and give this one nine billion Pinocchios.

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Who?
Who?
1 year ago

Uhm, taking about villains and all the stuff its pointless.

Chris Oakley: Pie and Bakunin are no villains, they were angry with you. What they posted were perhaps not the nicest words, but even if one of them crossed a line, calling them villains is rubish.

Why are you so agresive? Why fight in a war (In the internet a war is quite easy to not engage in)

Wetherby
Wetherby
1 year ago

I assume Chris Oakley was referring to this:

You’re ignoring the bigotry, and just putting it on being mentally ill, which means that you’re insinuating that people who ARE mentally ill are also bigots, instead of attacking the bigotry and focusing on THAT.

But it seems like a perfectly reasonable comment to me, not least given Oakley’s previous history of breaching the comments policy.

Chris Oakley
1 year ago

@kupo: For the second time, PIE AND BAKUNIN STARTED IT. Also for the second time: Escalation was the only appropriate response to their attacks against me. Anything less or anything else would have made me look like a pushover. What was I supposed to do? Let it slide?

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

@Weatherby: Alright, that makes sense. I did imply that they were ignoring something.

However, I still stand by that and they still ignored everything else I said, and is continuing to ignore everything everyone else is saying because they desperately seem to want to just keep digging.

@Chris: Pull your head out of your ass. You started this, they got mad because you’ve done this shit repeatedly and they are (understandably) tired of it. You don’t “need” to escalate. You chose to do that. And you’re still choosing to do so.

You could have made the choice to listen the first few times this happened. You could have made the choice to change your behaviors after other people told you they were harmful. You could have even made the choice to simply walk away.

But you didn’t. You chose to escalate.

As someone said earlier: Dig up, stupid.

Rhuu - apparently an illiterati
Rhuu - apparently an illiterati
1 year ago

@ Chris Oakley

@kupo: For the second time, PIE AND BAKUNIN STARTED IT. Also for the second time: Escalation was the only appropriate response to their attacks against me. Anything less or anything else would have made me look like a pushover. What was I supposed to do? Let it slide?

You were supposed to *read the comments policy*, realise you had broken it, and either apologise or just stop digging.

You don’t have to be more aggressive than anyone around you, this place doesn’t really work like that.

kupo
kupo
1 year ago

@Chris Oakley
You know we’ve all read the threads in quesand can determine for ourselves who started things, right? Just because you didn’t intend to say something harmful doesn’t mean you didn’t, and the excuse of not intending harm is pretty damn flimsy when people have been pointing this out to you repeatedly for at least months if not longer. You know people find this language problematic, you just don’t care and don’t want to change the way you speak. But speaking in this manner is an agression against mentally ill folks and you don’t seem to give a fuck about that.

Anything less or anything else would have made me look like a pushover.

Toxic masculinity, folx.

What was I supposed to do? Let it slide?

No, you were supposed to abide by the comments policy of this blog and, at the very least, apologize for your behavior.

Bakunin
Bakunin
1 year ago

Over/under on someone losing their shit if I say the words “toxic masculinity”?

Damn, kupo beat me to it

Chris Oakley
1 year ago

@Wetherby: There was nothing reasonable about it. Bakunin was making blatantly false accusations against me. End. Of. Story.

@Who: Let me repeat– PIE AND BAKUNIN STARTED IT.

@kupo: Fuck. Off. I’m not about to put up with another false accusation.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Citizen Justin:

>>>>>I don’t know anything about this Brian Stelter, but this isn’t the first time someone has exhibited frothing heights of rage over him, as this video demonstrates. It gets even more intense halfway in…

Yes, I don’t get it either. The guy’s a journalist. Even if he were literally the world’s worst journalist, it would hardly justify such rage. I suppose they’re annoyed at his “race treason” for marrying a Jew or something.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Suppose the Jooooz *were* running this secret, world-wide match-making network? Er… SO WHAT?! “We will get this goy *married*! Muhahahaha!”. Some conspiracy.

I feel left out, however. How come the cabal isn’t sending a never-ending stream of women *my* way?!

kobun37
kobun37
1 year ago

I don’t think it’s helpful to jump all over those who suggest assholes should get therapy. Not everyone who sees a therapist has a mental illness. Being an asshole may not be a mental illness, but I think therapy would actually be good for a lot of people who are assholes and help them not be assholes.

Many people without a diagnosed mental illness get therapy for things like anger issues or coping with stress or grief. Some people just need help with resolving conflicts. I went to therapy for three years to recover from traumatic experiences and emotional neglect as a child that led to low self esteem and chronic procrastination as an adult. To me jumping on people who suggest jerks should see a therapist because “asshole is not a mental illness” actually harms those who see therapists for reasons other than mental illness because it assumes everyone who needs therapy is mentally ill. Therapy is for everyone who needs it.

Unfortunately unrepentant assholes like Anglin and the other douchebags David writes about often get positive reinforcement and support for being terrible people from other terrible people and have no incentive to improve. You have to acknowledge there’s a problem and want to do better for therapy to help and these people simply don’t.

Edited to add that I’ve been working on this reply most of the afternoon without refreshing the page and didn’t see David’s reply until after I posted. I don’t support seeing assholes as “crazy” or attribute their asshole attitudes towards mental illness.

Scanisaurus
Scanisaurus
1 year ago

Being an asshole may not be a mental illness, but I think therapy would actually be good for a lot of people who are assholes and help them not be assholes.

I think that is a very good point.

Anyway, looking at these vile nazi comments above, it really feels like this particular brand of assholery comes from taking away all the wrong lessons from animal documentaries and basically thinking you can breed humans into a better race as you would pets and livestock.

And as for Stelter being with a woman who’s better looking than him, this is neither new nor unusual, because a great deal of women are socialized from an early age to learn to look past unattractive looks and give men a chance anyway to far greater extent than men are socialized to do the same to unattractive women. There’s no secret conspiracy needed.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Kubon37 –

No disagreement, but it’s wasting your breath with the “Stormer” guys.

To put it crudely, if you act like an asshole but *know* you’re doing it and want to stop, you are not much of an asshole. “Where there is shame, there may yet be virtue”, said Dr. Johnson.

These guys on the other hand are *proud* of being assholes. After all, except for being assholes – or as they put it, brave racial warriors – what other achievement have they got?

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Kobun37 –

Also, it depends what you mean by “mental illness”. Being a jerk and wanting to stop being one usually means you’re not psychotic, but rather have a personality disorder.

Is the latter a “mental illness”? On the one hand, yes – it is due to mental issues that are pathological and harm the person. On the other hand, no – it is not what is commonly known as “crazy”, i.e., it does not involve delusions, hallucinations, etc.

“Mental illness”, like almost any complex concept, is not black and white.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Paradoxical intention –

The answer to your cartoon’s question is simple. Asimov noted that when you have some achievements, you’re proud of them. When you have none, there’s always your race, or sex, or religion.

This is true even physically. A good physique hardly determines one’s worth, but it is an achievement to maintain it. An old joke defined an “Aryan” as someone that’s tall like Goebbles, thin like Goering, manly like Roehm, muscular like Himmler, intelligent like Ribbentrop, brave like Hitler, and is named Rosenberg.

Not one of the leading Nazis, Hitler himself included, were remotely like the “ideal” Aryan they praised to the skies.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
1 year ago

The behavior (specifically the tendency of the well-to-the-right people to pick their target and then launch into a group attack hoping to bring that target down – for what purpose…if this were a nat’geo animal documentary the whole thing would culminate in the predators descending upon their prey and EATING THEM, but I think we’d have heard about it already if extra-to-the-right people were out there cannibalizing moderates and liberals…maybe…) that Anglin and those like him on gab frequently display is kind of like they’re a bunch of hyenas. Circling around and screeching, putting anyone who is *not* one of them on notice that they are there, that they have complaints and are angry that nobody else really cares. It’s like all of their *shock**gasp**gamechanging**conspiracy-revealed-to-them-is-true** announcements and mutterings amongst themselves are understood by the rest of us to be the utter balderdash and poppycock that clearly, these repetitive fill-in-the-blank-style proclamations are.

Always the same, these assholes never change.

Jesalin: Clit-o-centric Lesbian Goddess
Jesalin: Clit-o-centric Lesbian Goddess
1 year ago

I don’t think it’s helpful to jump all over those who suggest assholes should get therapy.

I do, when ‘those who suggest’ do so in a way that link the asshole to mental illness and thereby link mental illness to being an asshole. Even more so when they continue to do so after being told many times that it violates the comments policy.

Katamount
Katamount
1 year ago

D’yever wonder if all of this is just some exercise in making life more exciting than it really is? Angelin sounds like he’s describing Invasion of the Body Snatchers or The Thing. I mean, if he wants to live in some kind of sci-fi thriller, he could take a trip to Antarctica and wait around for any alien spacecraft to crash-land and get frozen.

Talonknife
Talonknife
1 year ago

@msexceptiontotherule

Anglin and those like him on gab frequently display is kind of like they’re a bunch of hyenas.

I resent that remark.

Podkayne Lives
Podkayne Lives
1 year ago

It’s fascinating. They see this rather average-looking middle-aged guy as ‘physically repulsive’, and his rather average-looking wife as miles out of his reach.

They’re just a mess, aren’t they? In addition to being virulent anti-Semites, I mean.

Shadowplay
1 year ago

@Paradoxical Intention, @Cat Mara

The chin comment in that panel is a bit of additional subtlety by the writer – Garth Ennis is from Northern Ireland and Steve Dillon is from Luton (poor bugger).
Chinless over here is a wee bit of shorthand for overprivileged, coming from the aristocracy’s tendancy to have weak chins.

I always thought it were a neat little nod, anyways.

Wetherby
Wetherby
1 year ago

The chin comment in that panel is a bit of additional subtlety by the writer – Garth Ennis is from Northern Ireland and Steve Dillon is from Luton (poor bugger).
Chinless over here is a wee bit of shorthand for overprivileged, coming from the aristocracy’s tendancy to have weak chins.

I always thought it were a neat little nod, anyways.

Yes, that’s exactly how I interpreted it, and I suspect most British people would read it along those lines too. Why pick on that particular body part if they weren’t specifically satirising the whole notion of the chinless wonder?

Moggie
Moggie
1 year ago

@Katamount:

D’yever wonder if all of this is just some exercise in making life more exciting than it really is? Angelin sounds like he’s describing Invasion of the Body Snatchers or The Thing. I mean, if he wants to live in some kind of sci-fi thriller, he could take a trip to Antarctica and wait around for any alien spacecraft to crash-land and get frozen.

If we were talking about less harmful conspiracy theories, I’ve often thought that that is part of the motivation. You get to live in a plot which could be lifted from a Hollywood thriller, and you get to play the part of the hero who bravely warns the sheeple who are too dumb to see through the official lies. But people often suffer for their belief in conspiracy theories, e.g. by becoming estranged from friends and family, so it seems there’s a bit more to it than simple LARPing.

But in the case of Anglin and other nazis, these are people who are hoping for actual genocide. So let’s not make excuses for them.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
1 year ago

@Katamount, Moggie:
Fred Clark over at Slacktivist has touched on that sort of line a number of times, describing a lot of the ‘Satanic baby-killers’ sort of conspiracy theory as basically ‘invitations to LARP with the world’s worst GMs’. Along with ‘making your opponents so cartoonishly evil that you can ignore all your own sins as minor in comparision and so still see yourselves as the good guys’.

Once you’ve dehumanized your opponents like that the actual genocide angle isn’t necessarily far off. We’ve already had far right folks talking about wanting to kill all liberals as traitors (while loudly trying to convince others that this is what liberals want for them), and that sort of loudmouth has been getting far more mainstreamed over the last several years.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

msexceptiontotherule – to be fair, what you describe is true of every mob, left, right, protestant, catholic, of nation X, Y, …. mobs are like that.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Jesalin –

Kobun explicitly *denied* being an a-hole is a mental illness, she merely said it can be helped with therapy, precisely because therapy is also helpful for behavioral problems that are *not* mental illness.

Your concerns of confusing mental illness with bad behavior are well fouded, of course, but that’s just not what Kobun was saying. She makes a good point, I think.

Dalillama
Dalillama
1 year ago

@Scanisaurus

assholery comes from taking away all the wrong lessons from animal documentaries and basically thinking you can breed humans into a better race as you would pets and livestock.

It’s rather older than documentaries, but basically that’s what the idea of Eugenics boils down to. The first and fundamental problem is defining ‘better’ (ok, really the first problem is figuring out just what aspects of a person are actually governed by genetics, something these types are usually dreadful at, and even serious biologists studying it usually can’t reliably tell); comparisons to livestock actually illustrate the problem perfectly. There’s no such thing as a ‘better’ horse, and nobody’s ever seriously tried to breed such a thing. There’s a better draught horse, a better racehorse, a better cowpony, etc. but breeding for any of those things makes the horse worse at the other things. So the very concept of breeding a ‘better’ animal, humanity included, runs aground right there. Then there’s the time issue; even a society with no ethics, which had determined some genetically defined characteristics they were going to breed people for, would find that it would take many centuries, probably millennia, to actually get anywhere significant that way. And nobody’s going to actually maintain something that long, given that there’s maybe half a dozen governments in history that’ve even lasted half that long to start with.

Scanisaurus
Scanisaurus
1 year ago

@Moggie

If we were talking about less harmful conspiracy theories, I’ve often thought that that is part of the motivation. You get to live in a plot which could be lifted from a Hollywood thriller, and you get to play the part of the hero who bravely warns the sheeple who are too dumb to see through the official lies.

When I was younger I used to think various theories on Atlantis and the idea of this one big lost civilization being the origin of all others was really cool, because I loved Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider and it does make for an exciting adventure premise, doesn’t it?

However, I pretty quickly lost my taste for reading and thinking about such theories once I realized theories of various ruins across the world being built by a super advanced lost civilization only really applied to non-white non-European cultures. Like, you get a ton of theories on how Maya pyramids or the Great Zimbabwe was way too advanced to have been built by locals, so it must have been Atlantis or the queen of Sheba or aliens or similar, but you don’t see anyone claiming that the Acropolis was too advanced to have been built by ancient Greeks, and it all came across as a bit colonialist once I thought closer about that trope.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

Anyone else cry over Notre Dame? I may be a cranky atheist, but I love historical buildings, art and artifacts. I’m just grateful I got to see it in person years ago.

Scanisaurus
Scanisaurus
1 year ago

@Dalillama
You’re right about eugenics being older than nature documentaries, but I certainly think they are the source for all the “females want Alphas” lingo you see among them.

And as improving a race through selective breeding, humanity did come close to doing just that when it came to European royalty, when politics and ginormous social divides ensured that only those who’s ancestors had already proved themselves worthy by founding their own noble house could marry royalty. In theory, elites only marrying from a small pool of other elites would create the ultimate ruler. In practice, we get Haubsburgers.

Victorious Parasol
1 year ago

@ WWTH

I’m in shock still, I think. I’m thankful so much has been saved. The vids of Parisians singing the Ave Maria has hit me square in the heart.

Scanisaurus
Scanisaurus
1 year ago

@WWTH
My dad was rather upset, and I myself is still struggling to understand how it could have happened and be allowed to go so far. I thought the people responsible for such an enormously important building as Notre Dame would have taken a lot of precautions against things like this happening.

Lainy
Lainy
1 year ago

@WWTH and Victorious

I’m heart broken. Much of my ancestor comes from France and a lot of family still lives there. Also as a archaeologist in training seeing history go up in flames always brings me down to my knees, no matter what type of history. From what I’ve heard no person has been harmed in the fire which is good. I think it bothers people to see any holly site be destroyed or harmed even if their not to that faith. When the shootings in the Jewish temple and Muslim Mosque were attacked I cried and felt horrible for a lot of reason. The main one being of course that people were killed and hurt but also because a place of worship is where people are suppose to go to feel safe. Ground being sacred and meaningful to others is what makes it sacred and it’s horrible to see that be defiled. Watching them be destroyed or defiled in any way is always hard.

Bookworm in hijab
Bookworm in hijab
1 year ago

@WWTH,

Yes. I watched the videos and it’s just heartbreaking. Do they know what caused the fire yet?

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
1 year ago

@Dalillama, Scanisaurus:
Really, just look at a lot of show dog breeds. Once you start actively breeding only for specific features, the side effects can get nasty.

@Scanisaurus:
Yes, people have commented for years on just how much of Erik von Daaniken’s Chariots of the Gods really boils down to ‘these black/brown/etc primitives couldn’t possibly have built this by themselves, they must have had aliens helping them!’

Nobody says the same sort of thing about the Roman concrete pilings, and yet we only figured out the chemistry of why some of those were still around a few years ago. (They had created a cement that would ‘cure’ in salt water. Probably by accident the first time.)

Re: Notre Dame:
The story I’ve been hearing is that it was entirely an accident, something happened while they had taken parts of the cathedral apart for renovation. The good news is that a lot of the artwork in the cathedral had already been removed, and more of it was saved even if they couldn’t save the wood supports of the building itself.

It does mean that the current building is a bit of a death trap, given burned supports and destroyed mortar, even if the main stone walls are still apparently stable. Any attempts at rebuilding are going to be difficult.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
1 year ago

@Talonknife

My apologies, there’s been a lot of nat’l geographic doc watching in the household recently and well…quite a few of the most memorable moments involved packs of hyenas driving out wild dogs or stealing from the big cats (when not trying to literally cause the newest cubs to fall right into their slobbery toothy maws with a ‘divide and make them all nervous’ strategy…split off the mum and her older progeny with part of the pack, go after the little one(s) and any carcasses from the kitties’ successful hunting which all the other predators around definitely noticed.)…So…that terribly unnerving vocalizations that hyenas do – ALL OF THE TIME (obviously the time where the cameras caught footage of *quiet* hyenas or even the more unusual *utterly silent* hyenas, had to be edited out. Who wants to see a doc with hyenas in it and have the hyenas on screen being all quiet, after all….Kind of makes people think that the hyenas have evolved with an alert-all-living-creatures in the area- early warning system. If you can hear no matter how faintly that screeching-howly-yipping, it’s time to flee or conceal oneself, if it’s the latter there’s also a need to settle in for a long wait in hopes that the pack will move on at some point before you starve/dehydrate to the point of death.

As if sub/urban coyotes (which I’ve encountered, when I was still living in SoCal) weren’t worrisome enough – walking a small dog about the size of a breadbox when the sun had set and temperatures were cooler, and seeing a coyote staring at us was a shock. The one that popped out of seemingly nowhere (the HOA where I lived was on a property that backed up to a cemetery’s open – read: there weren’t people buried in that section and the mausoleum still had open slots for sale – I think the only thing that had been back there for years was the outdoor maintenance storage buildings. But eventually they had to expand their space for burial plots. To the north was the cement encased river flood control channel, to the south was a neighborhood with MASSIVE homes, stables, one property had a professional grade tennis court and it was right next to the one with a honest-to-beezus petting zoo. Goats, chickens, giant turtles, llamas, a couple of donkeys, and a cow or four. Before the petting-zoo-people sold their property, it was fun to peer over the rather low fencing – I’m only 5’1.5″ and if I can see over a fence without requiring something to give me a boost, obviously it must be pretty small. Exception made for; regional/location-specific building codes

Pie
Pie
1 year ago

Scanisaurus

I pretty quickly lost my taste for reading and thinking about such theories once I realized theories of various ruins across the world being built by a super advanced lost civilization only really applied to non-white non-European cultures.

In happier news, there’s more been some work published recently showing that the builders of stone henge were descended from mediterranean migrants :https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-019-0871-9

Nice quote at the end of the abstract: “We also infer considerable variation in pigmentation levels in Europe by circa 6000 bc.“.

In theory, elites only marrying from a small pool of other elites would create the ultimate ruler. In practice, we get Haubsburgers.

Everyone always remembers the horrendously inbred Charles, but it is worth remembering that he was only one branch of the family. Another bit, the house of Habsburg-Lorraine is still very much alive and well, having escaped the familicidal inbreeding that killed off the spanish and austrian habsburgs. There’s probably a more interesting observation in there somewhere (the line of direct male descent was broken, but it was the only branch that survived) but I’m too lazy to dig it out.

vaiyt
vaiyt
1 year ago

Jews, who (according to nazis) already have pretty much taken over the world with their cunning and dominate both global finance and academia, have a pressing need to incorporate white trash DNA into themselves to become more like the people they’re clearly winning against.

(insert Umberto Eco Ur-Fascism quote here)

vaiyt
vaiyt
1 year ago

@Pie

That happened because the House of Lorraine, unlike the Habsburgs, didn’t strip family members of their inheritance rights for marrying someone of inferior rank. That let the Habsburg-Lorraines broaden their gene pool and keep their holdings (but they did lose the right to inherit the crown of Austria).

Jane Done
Jane Done
1 year ago

smiling Jew boy punk

I thought conservatives and the alt-right were the new “punk”. That didn’t last long.

Of course if any of their entitled asses ever showed up in a legit punk scene, where the marginalized, homeless, struggling with addiction and the shit on by capitalism all join together to collectively voice outrage in song with second-hand or sometimes even hand-made instruments and sweat it out in the mosh pit, well, those smarmy elites-who-claim-not-to-be-elites would get something to their face that isn’t allowed in the comments policy.

It actually happens a lot in the local punk bar. Some nazi shows up swinging salutes thinking they’re all badass and leaves with several bruises.

Dalillama
Dalillama
1 year ago

@Scanisaurus

And as improving a race through selective breeding, humanity did come close to doing just that when it came to European royalty, when politics and ginormous social divides ensured that only those who’s ancestors had already proved themselves worthy by founding their own noble house could marry royalty. In theory, elites only marrying from a small pool of other elites would create the ultimate ruler. In practice, we get Haubsburgers.

That’s rather the thing; that was an extremely small subset of the population, you’d never be getting the general populous on board with the like, and they weren’t selecting for any genetic characteristics, only for legal control of land/wealth.

@msexceptiontotherule
I see coyotes semi regular in the evenings and nights. Where I grew up we had a family of foxes under the shed for about 5 years.

Chris Oakley
1 year ago

You absolutely did NOT have to escalate.

David, I love you like a second father, but you are dead wrong on this one. I most certainly DID have to escalate.