Saturday, May 28, 2016

Real Hate and Hate Hoaxes at DePaul Antiversity: After Black Supremacists Committed Acts of Real Hate, by Illegally Shutting Down a Talk by Milo Yiannopoulos, and Assaulting Yiannopoulos and His Host, with the Support of Campus Security, They Engineered at Least Two Hate Hoaxes (Video)

By Nicholas Stix

I tweeted Yiannopoulos that there are three things he must do in response to DePaul’s aiding and abetting the criminals on camera:

1. Sue;
2. Sue; and
3. Sue.

And I’m not talking about thousands of dollars, but millions.

Every student who attended the talk, but was prevented from hearing it by the black supremacists and their accomplices, campus security, should also sue for millions. And if the lawsuits should put DePaul out of business, so what? It stopped functioning as a university a long time ago.

Real Hate at DePaul: Milo Yiannopoulos Assaulted and Threatened by BLM “Protesters” at DePaul University

Published on May 24, 2016
repost from Breitbart for people who aren't subs.

BLM disrupts yet another event paid for by Depaul Republicans and security does nothing.

Hoax #1:


It’s a hoax because it’s a transparent pack of lies, put forth by a racially segregated organization that purports to be against segregation. Milo Yiannopoulos is a flaming fag, who was visiting DePaul on his “Dangerous Faggot” tour. And yet, we’re supposed to believe that a bunch of Republicans screamed blah, blah, blah, at a bunch of foul-mouthed, black supremacist thugs?

Hoax #2:

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“Kiana” claims to be a student at DePaul. Mike Cernovich debunked her hoax.

Hate Crime Hoax at DePaul by Student Who Made Sex Tape to “Get Famous”
By Mike Cernovich
May 27, 2016
Danger and Play

Proving yet again the media has no integrity, “journalists” are reporting that a noose was discovered on DePaul’s Chicago campus.
The hate crime hoax was started by a Twitter user who posted, the day after Milo Yiannopoulos’s talk, this entry:

Noose found on DePaul’s campus today. Are we still being too sensitive? @DePaulU you let this happen. (Archive.)

[Read the whole thing at Danger and Play.]

Just in Case You Forgot What This Weekend is All About (Poster)

Ben Garrison: Puncturing the Lies About Donald Trump (Political Cartoon)

Friday, May 27, 2016

Pat Buchanan: In an Era of Institutionalized Racism Against Whites, Trump is “The Great White Hope”



Excerpted By Nicholas Stix

In Our Anti-White Age, Trump is “The Great White Hope”
By Patrick J. Buchanan
May 26, 2016, 10:44 p.m.


A lost generation is growing up all around us.

In the popular culture of the ’40s and ’50s, white men were role models. They were the detectives and cops who ran down gangsters and the heroes who won World War II on the battlefields of Europe and in the islands of the Pacific....

What has changed in our culture? Everything.

The world has been turned upside-down for white children. In our schools the history books have been rewritten and old heroes blotted out, as their statues are taken down and their flags are put away.

Children are being taught that America was “discovered” by genocidal white racists, who murdered the native peoples of color, enslaved Africans to do the labor they refused to do, then went out and brutalized and colonized indigenous peoples all over the world.

In Hollywood films and TV shows, working-class white males are regularly portrayed as what was once disparaged as “white trash.”

Republicans are instructed that demography is destiny, that white America is dying, and that they must court Hispanics, Asians and blacks, or go the way of the Whigs.

Since affirmative action for black Americans began in the 1960s, it has been broadened to encompass women, Hispanics, Native Americans the handicapped, indeed, almost 70 percent of the nation.

White males, now down to 31 percent of the population, have become the only Americans against whom it is not only permissible, but commendable, to discriminate….

[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]

Kate Steinle’s Family Files Federal Lawsuit Against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, San Francisco County’s Former Sheriff, Ross Mirkarimi, the Federal Bureau of Land Management and Francisco Sanchez, the Man Who Allegedly Fired the Deadly Shot, in Bay Area Slaying Allegedly Committed by Immigrant Deported 5 Times

By Reader-Researcher RC


The Trump Mystique: Donald Trump Has Succeeded, Because He Acted on the Primordial Fact in American Public Life Today, from Which Most of the Others Hide Their Eyes, Namely: Most Americans Distrust, Fear, are Sick and Tired of, the Elected, Appointed, and Bureaucratic Officials Who Rule Over Us, as Well as Their Cronies in the Corporate, Media, and Academic World (Angelo Codevilla)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank the old friend who sent me this article.

Steven Hayward

Does Trump Trump? Angelo Codevilla on Our Present Moment

July 27, 2015
Power Line Blog

Angelo Codevilla is a former staff member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, professor emeritus of international relations at Boston University, and the author of more than a dozen fine books on politics, arms control, and intelligence (if I had to pick a favorite it might be The Character of Nations), including a fine translation of Machiavelli’s Prince published by Yale University Press. Most recently his essay-turned-book The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It caught the attention of Rush Limbaugh and many others. It argues that our fundamental political problem is not “big government,” but the creation of a ruling class, inhabiting both parties, that is steadily increasing its authoritarian control over the nation. In a conversation a few months ago Angelo remarked, “The 2016 election is simple; the person who runs on the platform ‘Who do they think they are?’ will win.”

It occurred to me that Trump is coming closest to this disposition, flaws and all, which explains why he has taken off. I asked Angelo for his thoughts, and he sends along the following, which ratifies the view that several of Trump’s supposed “mistakes” are anything but, though you’ll see at the end Angelo’s final judgment:
Does Trump trump?
By Angelo M. Codevilla

“In the land of the blind,” so goes the saying, “the one-eyed man is king.” Donald Trump leapt atop other contenders for the Republican presidential nomination when he acted on the primordial fact in American public life today, from which most of the others hide their eyes, namely: most Americans distrust, fear, are sick and tired of, the elected, appointed, and bureaucratic officials who rule over us, as well as their cronies in the corporate, media, and academic world. Trump’s attraction lies less in his words’ grace or even precision than in the extent to which Americans are searching for someone, anyone, to lead against this ruling class, that is making America less prosperous, less free, and more dangerous.

Trump’s rise reminds this class’s members that they sit atop a rumbling volcano of rejection. Republicans and Democrats hope to exorcise its explosion by telling the public that Trump’s remarks on immigration and on the character of fellow member John McCain (without bothering to try showing that he errs on substance), place him outside the boundaries of their polite society. Thus do they throw Br’er Rabbit into the proverbial briar patch. Now what? The continued rise in Trump’s poll numbers reminds all that Ross Perot – in an era that was far more tolerant of the Establishment than is ours – outdistanced both Bush 41 and Bill Clinton before self-destructing, just by speaking ill of both parties before he self destructed.

Republicans brahmins have the greater reason to fear. Whereas some three fifths of Democratic voters approve the conduct of their officials, only about one fifth of Republican voters approve what theirs do. If Americans in general are primed for revolt, Republican (and independent) voters fairly thirst for it.

Trump’s barest hints about what he opposes (never mind proposes) regarding just a few items on the public agenda have had such effect because they accord with what the public has already concluded about them. For example,Trump remarked, off the cuff, that “Mexico does not send us its best.” The public had long since decided that our ruling class’s handling of immigration (not just from Mexico) has done us harm. The ruling class – officials, corporations, etc.- booed with generalities but did not try to argue that they had improved America by their handling of immigration. The more they would argue that, the more they would lose. At least if someone more able than Trump were leading against them.

Our ruling class was sure that Trump had discredited himself  by saying that John McCain, whom they treat as an icon, is not an optimal personification of heroism regardless of what suffering he endured in captivity. But they were mistaken. Because Americans are sick of celebrating victims of defeats, and naturally eager to enjoy the kind of peace that only victories can bring, Trump’s expressed preference for heroes who “don’t get captured” resonated. Trump may or may not know any of the unsavory details about McCain’s actions as a POW and, as a public official, in regard to POWs and MIAs. But it does not take much research to find out why nobody will defend him other than by trying to prevent discussion those details. Surely Republican “architect” Karl Rove, who organized South Carolina’s military vote against McCain in the 2000 primary, knows them. The families of Vietnam POWs-MIAs pour onto anyone who will listen to their bitterness at McCain’s role in denying the existence of abandoned POWs and sealing information about them. The general public can get a glimpse such things by Googling the armed forces’ newspaper Stars and Stripes, Friday June 6, 1969, or the work of Pulitzer Prize NYT reporter Sydney Schanberg.

Moreover, Americans are becoming increasingly skeptical about their celebrities’ integrity. With good reason.

McCain is just a minor example of a phenomenon that characterizes our ruling class: reputations built on lies and cover-ups, lives of myth protected by mutual forbearance, by complicitous journalists, or by records deep-sixed, including in in government archives. Ever wonder, for example, why the establishment of Martin Luther King as a national icon superior to George Washington, as the only American with his own national holiday, was accompanied by sealing government records about him for seventy five years? Because those records reflect well on him and his partisans? Sure. Countless other figures – need one mention Barack Obama? – live by images sustained by denigrating questions about their factual bases while restricting access to those bases. As they lord it over us, they live lives that cannot stand scrutiny.

The point here is simple: our ruling class has succeeded in ruling not by reason or persuasion, never mind integrity, but by occupying society’s commanding heights, by imposing itself and its ever-changing appetites on the rest of us. It has coopted or intimidated potential opponents by denying the legitimacy of opposition. Donald Trump, haplessness and clownishness notwithstanding, has shown how easily this regime may be threatened just by refusing to be intimidated.

Having failed to destroy Trump, Republicans and Democrats are left to hope that he will self-destruct as Perot did. Indeed, Trump has hardly scratched the surface and may not be able to do more than that. Yet our rulers know the list of things divide them from the American people is long. They want to avoid like the plague any and all arguments on the substance of those things. They fear the rise of an un-intimidated leader more graceful and precise than Trump, someone whose vision is fuller but who is even more passionate in championing the many resentments the voicing of just a few channeled so much support to Trump.

Here are some examples: Justice Kennedy’s majority opinions in Windsor and Obergefell preemptively accused anyone who opposed redefining marriage to include homosexuals of being “offensive,” “hateful.” Refusal to honor homosexual unions, he wrote, is not “explicable by anything except animus.” What if a statesman, speaking for the American people, were to ask what, precisely, is so honorable about anal intercourse that those who refuse to honor it should be so stigmatized? Before 1961, all 50 states criminalized anal intercourse, heterosexual as well as homosexual. Why precisely were they wrong in doing so? By what right does anyone place such questions “out of bounds”?

After a video showing officials of federally-funded Planned Parenthood taking orders for body parts of babies to be custom-slaughtered for that purpose, House Speaker John Boehner deflected demands for legislation to stop this by saying he needed more information. An unintimidated statesman might ask: Do you not know that each of these little ones’ DNA shows him or her to be an individual son or daughter of an individual mother and father? Like Lincoln, he would argue that no one has the right to exclude any other human from the human race and demand that Boehner answer why he continues to sanction so to dispose of millions of little sons and daughters?

Republicans and Democrats profit personally and through their corporate cronies by a welter of legislation and regulation by which they command what we must eat, how to shower, what medical care is proper and what is not: mandating that a third of the U.S. corn crop be turned into ethanol, restricting the use of coal, how we may use our land, etc.  They justify these predatory intrusions into our lives by claiming that peculiar knowledge of science unavailable to others. They refuse to justify their scientific conclusions with the likes of us. An un-intimidated statesman, reiterating that science is reason, public reason, not pretense, would throw the notion that “science R us” back into their faces.

At increasing speed, our ruling class has created “protected classes” of Americans defined by race, sex, age, disability, origin, religion, and now homosexuality, whose members have privileges that outsider do not. By so doing, they have shattered the principle of equality – the bedrock of the rule of law. Ruling class insiders use these officious classifications to harass their socio-political opponents. An unintimidated statesman would ask: Why should not all “classes” be equally protected? Does the rule of law even admit of “classes”? Does not the 14th amendment promise “the equal protection of the laws” to all alike? He would note that when the government sets aside written law in favor of what the powerful want, it thereby absolves citizens any obligation to obey government.

Habitually, our ruling class tries to intimidate its opponents by calling them “haters” (“racists,” etc. is part of the all too familiar litany.) A statesman worthy of the title would respond that calling people such names is the very opposite of civility, never mind love. Such a leader would trump our rulers.

Donald Trump is not such a person.

The New York Daily News Delivers Half a Loaf to Officer Edward Nero, Regarding His Acquittal in the Freddie Grifter Gray Case

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Making Up the Grade, Visa-Diploma Mill Edition: Northwestern Polytechnic University's Owners Made Millions Off Fraud; You Can, too!

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

“A college on the edge of Silicon Valley has turned itself into an upmarket visa mill, a BuzzFeed News investigation has found, deploying a system of fake grades and enabling thousands of foreign students to enter the United States each year — while generating millions of dollars in tuition revenue for the school and the family who controls it.

“Spending millions on foreign recruiters, Northwestern Polytechnic University enrolls 99% of its students — more than 6,000 overall last year — from overseas, with little regard for their qualifications. It has no full-time, permanent faculty, despite having a student body larger than the undergraduate population of Princeton. The school issues grades that are inflated, or simply made up, so that academically unqualified students can keep their visas, along with the overseas bank loans that allow the students to pay their tuition. For two years, top college administrators forbade professors from failing any students at all, and the university’s president once personally raised hundreds of student grades — by hand.

“Those false credentials are all the students need to stay in the country. Many seek jobs in the tech industry, and their degrees allow them to remain working in the U.S. for years, avoiding the scrutiny of immigration officials that would have come if they had applied for a standard work visa.”

[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]

The White College Athlete-Rapist Menace!

By Nicholas Stix


When You Go Black… Black Man Murders His White Ex-Wife, and then Leads Detectives to Area Where He Buried Her Corpse, as Part of Deal to Thwart Justice


War crime victim Tricia Todd Williams

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat

Ex-husband leads detectives to site where he buried wife's body: Sheriff
By Victoria Price
Thursday, May 26th, 2016

MARTIN COUNTY (CBS12) — Martin County Sheriff's Office says they have located the possible site of where Tricia Todd's body is.
Sheriff Synder says ex-husband, Steve Williams, led detectives to the site of where her body was in part of his 'plea deal.'


Investigators are now excavating the site located in the Hungryland Preserve, in hopes of finding her body, Sheriff Synder said.

Williams pleaded 'no contest' to her murder, and will receive only 35 years in prison.

Sheriff Synder said the family of Tricia Todd, agreed that the plea to 35 years was the best thing to lead to her body.

Detectives then escorted Williams to the Hungryland Preserve along with his public defenders and showed them where the body was.

The Sheriff also stated, Steven Williams is in the U.S. Air Force and is under the uniform military code of justice.

June 24th, 2016 is when the Sheriff said, Williams will head to the Department of Corrections.


Mug shot of war criminal Steven Williams

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Let ‘Em Go! Let ‘Em Go! Let ‘Em Go! Officer Bernie Sanders, Part II: Why Bernie Would Never Issue Traffic Tickets to Black Drivers

By Grand Rapids Anonymous

Even more than that, Sanders wouldn't stop a black driver at all. What would be the point? Most have warrants, and would need to be locked up (not allowed anymore in a Sanders administration). So, even if they're waving a gun out their car window—let ‘em go. White powder blowing out of the car—let ‘em go. White woman screaming for her life, as the cop drives by—let ‘em go. As a bonus—release his unfairly incarcerated brother, father, and cousin, since many of the laws that put them in prison will be removed from law enforcement books by Sanders (or Clinton).

Sanders probably thinks his ideas would work, because Vermont doesn't have many minorities. Let him get some experience in other, more “diverse” areas of the country, and unless he's got dementia, he'd never follow through on some of the most ridiculous ideas I've ever seen offered by a presidential candidate.

If Bernie Sanders were a Cop (Graphic)

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Contours (and Immigrant Status) of Crime

By Nicholas Stix


Delenda est National Review! “Never Trump” Will be Its Epitaph

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

The Right Stuff

“This must be the fate of the late Willian F. Buckley’s crowning achievement, the National Review (NR). It must be destroyed without impunity for its habitual transgressions, perpetual failures and the fiends that have infected it. It’s time has come. As the symbol of the Old Right’s impotence and incompetence at halting the Left’s conquest of our nation and its heritage, National Review must be purged out of existence. It must have no voice nor provide guidance. Their adoption of the Fabian strategy has allowed the Left to hollow them; they are brittle and will break easily. Their futile “Never Trump” will be their epitaph.

“Their sins are many, especially, when one considers how many victims they purged and/or ruined. These victims, a collection of some of the Right’s best intellectual individuals and steadfast organizations, believed (still do) in full measures and identified the communist Left’s strategy: be it immigration, race relations or general decay in our moral values. And they weren’t just purged from the pages of National Review, Buckley and his current successor, the effeminate Rich Lowery, have (sometimes successfully) tried to totally erase them from the Right. Not “erase” in the Latin American dictatorship sense, but completely discredit and banish them.

“Look at Ann Coulter, for instance. After 9/11, Ann wrote, “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.” At the time, this seemed fairly reasonable for the rank and file of the Right, but in hindsight, I would have preferred turning the Middle East into a sea of glass. Regardless, she was fired a month later, in October 2001--with (((Jonah Goldberg))) writing a catty justification for the firing. Interestingly enough, the neoconservatives did the first two, invading and killing, but skimped out on the last one--converting the kebab to Christianity--I wonder why?

As cucks are wont to do, National Review folded to the demands of the White-hating Left and fired John Derbyshire for his “offensive,” but clearly accurate and sensible, take on race relations. Submitting to the Left is actually a national pastime for the National Review.

[Read the whole thing at The Right Stuff.]

As the Media Continues Their Harms Race, America Has become Sluttopia: “Celebrity Overexposure is Inescapable; We’re Drowning in Underboob; Bombarded with Sideboob; Nip Slips; Crotch Slips; Bare-Bottom Flashes; All of the Above, All at Once; the Problem, My Fellow Americans, is Not that We Live in an Age of Wardrobe Malfunctions; It’s that We Live in an Age of Dignity Malfunctions”; We Must Start Shaming the Sluts, Protesting Them, and Turning Them Off


Kim Kardashian finds it hard to contain herself

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

What these females can’t understand, perhaps because they’re feminists, is that they aren’t the least bit sexy. Feminism destroys femininity, morality, romance, and even sexuality. I suppose it’s only fitting that that feminists and their allies, homosexuals and sexual psychopaths, after destroying sex, have rendered their Frankenstein monster, “gender” meaningless.

“It’s one thing for the notorious Kim Kardashian, sex-tape celebrity-turned-sex-tape celebrity, to trounce into the Rome Opera House flashing her cartoon cleavage and industrial-strength Spanx for the cameras as she did last weekend.”


Somebody calling herself, “Ciara”

“The trouble is that the Kardashian deviancy is now the norm among female entertainers who consider themselves trailblazing feminists.”

Somebody calling herself, “Lorde”

“Top designers seem to be engaged in a bizarre competition to use the least amount of tenuously placed fabric to clothe (LOL) their A-list clients. Tragically, none of the sycophants who surround the young starlets—not their fully-clothed agents, parents, BFFs, husbands or boyfriends—has the guts to tell these double-sided duct-taped divas that they look utterly ridiculous.”


Ms. and Mr. Amal Clooney

“Cowardice is the handmaiden of defining decency down….”

Read the whole thing at VDARE.

Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) on the Principal Difference Between a Dog and a Man (Graphic)

But Mommy, Big Data Has No Clothes on!

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

“Trump’s campaign has and will continue to send a lot of people, ideologies, institutions and conventional wisdom to the ash heap of irrelevance…”

Read the whole thing at Countenance, natch.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Obama’s Kind of Criminal: The Myth of the Routine Traffic Stop, and the Myth of the Non-Violent Drug Felon: Hispanic Sociopath Jorge Zambrano, 35, with a History of Many Violent Assaults on Cops, and Little Time Served for Multiple Felony Convictions, Shot and Killed Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr., 42, in an Ambush During a Traffic Stop in Auburn, Mass. Early Sunday; Zambrano Later Ambushed and Shot a State Trooper Hunting for Him; the Good News—State Police Killed the Cop-Killer


Auburn, Mass. Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr. had been on the job there for only two years, and left behind a wife and three children. He “had previously served with the Leicester Police Department.” End of watch: May 22, 2016.

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank the reader who sent this article, and who asked,
Was the perp a Dominican?

Or El Salvadoran?

Of course, the MSM resolutely refuse to provide such helpful information. I have heard of Zambranos from Mihoacan, Mexico, and from Venezuela, both of which are good places to find violent hotheads.

Zambrano kept getting convicted of felonies, including assaulting policemen, weapons charges, and trafficking and possession of cocaine, would be sentenced to relatively lengthy prison terms, and then released, after brief stays in the Gray Bar Hotel. Tehre was absolutely no excuse for him to be free at the time that he slaughtered Officer Tarentino, and then wounded a second officer, trying to slaughter him and his partner.

Auburn police officer fatally shot during traffic stop; suspect dead
The suspect later shot and injured a state trooper before police returned fire, authorities said.
By Susan Zalkind
May 22, 2016
Boston Globe

The suspect who police say fatally shot an Auburn police officer was killed Sunday evening in a clash with police in an Oxford apartment, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said at a press conference.

Jorge Zambrano, 35, allegedly shot officer Ronald Tarentino, 42, around 12:30 a.m. Sunday during a traffic stop in Auburn.

On Sunday evening, as state police were searching an Oxford apartment where they believed the suspect was located, a closet door “burst open” and Zambrano came out firing, according to Massachusetts State Police Colonel Richard McKeon.

“He was lying in ambush waiting for them,” Early added.

The troopers, one of whom was shot in the shoulder by Zambrano, returned fire, McKeon said.

Zambrano and the injured trooper were transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center. Zambrano was pronounced dead at the hospital, McKeon said. The trooper, an 18-year veteran on the force and a former Navy SEAL, suffered non-life-threatening injuries, he said.

Police surrounded the duplex at 31-33 Watch St. in Oxford and searched and cleared the No. 31 unit, using tear gas and K-9s, before spotting a passage to No. 33 in the cellar, McKeon said. After clearing the first floor of that unit, troopers encountered Zambrano, who was alone in a second-floor bedroom, he said.

The vehicle involved in the traffic stop was parked behind the duplex, officials said.

McKeon said the investigation into Tarentino’s homicide will continue.

Tarentino leaves behind a wife and three children, Auburn Police Chief Andrew Sluckis said at a press conference earlier Sunday. Tarentino had been with the department for two years.

“He was an outstanding guy, and we’re going to miss him quite an awful lot,” Sluckis said.

Zambrano had a lengthy criminal record involving clashes with police, according to court records previously published by the Worcester Telegram.

In April, he was charged with assault and battery of a police officer, resisting arrest, and driving with a suspended license.

In 2014, Zambrano was charged with driving with a suspended license, failing to stop for police, and carrying a dangerous weapon. In 2008, he pleaded guilty to two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, two counts of resisting arrest, as well as a gun charge involving a firearm silencer. In 2011, while serving his 2 1/2-year sentence in the Worcester County Jail and House of Correction, he was sentenced to an additional seven years for trafficking and possession of cocaine, according to the Worcester Telegram.


One of cop-killer Jorge Zambrano's many mug shots

“She’s the Vegan Bernie Madoff”: Can being a Starving, Anorexic/Bulimic/Whatever “Vegan” Cause One to become Crazy and Criminal? Or was being a Vegan Just Part of the Con? The Rise and Fall of Sarma Melngailis, New York’s Hottest Vegan


Now and then: If Sarma Melngailis had put on the 30 lbs. her body was starved of, she would have much prettier, and had a lovely figure. But would she have been any less crazy, allegedly violent, or allegedly larcenous?

The Downfall of New York’s Hottest Vegan
By Dana Schuster and Georgett Roberts
May 22, 2016
The New York Post

Sarma Melngailis had it all: an Ivy League degree, model looks and a hot vegan restaurant, Pure Food and Wine in Gramercy, beloved by Alec Baldwin and Bill Clinton.

Now, she’s got a mug shot, a $350,000 bail and husband Anthony Strangis: an alleged gambling addict with a criminal past and an 11-year-old child he hasn’t seen in over a decade.

“It’s the worst nightmare you can think of,” Melngailis revealed to The Post in an exclusive jailhouse interview Saturday morning at Rikers. “If I had terminal cancer, it would be better than this, because at least [then] I did not cause it.”

For the past 10 months, Melngailis and Strangis had been on the lam after allegedly stealing nearly $2 million from her trendy “raw organic” restaurant — blowing $1.2 million at Connecticut casinos. The 43-year-old restaurateur and Strangis, 35, were arrested last week at a $99-a-night Fairfield Inn & Suites in Sevierville, Tenn., after a delivery of unorganic Domino’s outed them.

Sevierville Detective Kevin Bush tells The Post: “I have excellent intelligence that [Strangis] ordered the pizza and wings.” Melngailis insists that it was Strangis who placed the fateful order, and maintains she is still a devout vegan.


Anthony Strangis

On Thursday, nearly two dozen disgruntled former Pure employees swarmed Brooklyn Criminal Court to watch Melngailis get locked away. (Strangis will be arraigned at a future date.) The couple is charged with 24 counts of theft, labor fraud and tax crime charges. They face up to 15 years in prison for failing to pay the nearly $1 million Melngailis owed to employees and investors of Pure Food and Wine and One Lucky Duck, her mail-order snack business, as well as $400,000 in taxes.

“She’s the vegan Bernie Madoff,” says Benjamin Dictor, attorney for a group of ex-Pure workers. According to the indictment, 84 of them are owed a collective $40,000.

“I love my workers,” pleads a gray jumpsuit-clad Melngailis from her cell. “When I come out, I will find something to do and pay it back.”

How Melngailis went from culinary darling to convict has her friends, family and colleagues scratching their heads. But one thing is certain — things took a turn when Strangis entered her world circa 2013.

“Things were going well when I was single,” admits Melngailis, though she wouldn’t cite Strangis’ involvement in her downfall.

Those close to Melngailis say she first hid her relationship with the 275-pound, 6-foot-2 Strangis, a convict from Fairhaven, Mass., with arrests for grand theft and for impersonating a police officer, both in 2005. According to multiple sources, she finally introduced him as Shane Fox. Prosecutors say she had Strangis pose for potential investors as a wealthy man named Michael Caledonia to help drum up funds.

Even her family doesn’t know when the duo got married — or if it is, indeed, a legal union.

Until 2010, Strangis was still hitched to Stacy Strangis, 44, whom he wed in 2003. She had to publish a notice of action for dissolution of marriage in various newspapers since her husband ditched her when their son, Riley, was 8 months old.

“I’ve never heard from him again,” Stacy tells The Post from her Palmetto, Fla., home.

“When I met him, he said he was a retired Navy SEAL and [had been] shot in the line of action in the chest. I would always see what I thought were bandages [on] his chest,” Stacy adds. “Come to find out, he was just taping his man boobs down.
“He’s a sociopath. I feel bad for [Melngailis].”

Melngailis’ current predicament is a far cry from her spotless résumé: After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania she had a series of finance jobs before enrolling at the French Culinary Institute. She opened her first restaurant, Commissary, in 2001 with then-boyfriend chef Matthew Kenney, going on to consult for Jeffrey Chodorow’s China Grill Management.


Melngailis with ex-boyfriend Matthew Kenney and former NBC stalwart Ann Curry in 2005.Photo: Patrick McMullan

Melngailis, Kenny (right) and Woody Harrelson at Pure Food and Wine in 2004.Photo: Getty Images

When she founded Pure Food and Wine in 2004, the restaurant was her life — and the staff, her family.

“She was lonely, because she was obsessed. She worked constantly. Sometimes she would even sleep at the restaurant,” says Benito Borjas-Fitzpatrick, a server and bartender at Pure from 2004 to 2008. He adds that she gave him $3,000 in 2009 for his mother’s funeral.

Novelist and Melngailis pal Porochista Khakpour says the restaurateur’s generosity extended to other friends as well: “She let me eat [at Pure] for free when I was a struggling writer.” The vegan guru even threw her a $35,000 book party in 2007.
When Melngailis and Kenney split a year post-launch, she bought out his stake.

Eight years later, in 2013, prosecutors say Melngailis brought on Strangis (a k a Shane Fox) as a manager. (One worker speculated they had met on Twitter.) Employees immediately noticed a change in their boss.

After Strangis came on the scene, “[Melngailis] would go on more trips. [She] definitely became more elusive, less concerned with the well-being of the company,” says a line cook who worked at the Irving Place spot from 2009 to 2013. As Strangis’ presence grew more prominent by the summer of 2014, so did the staff’s wariness. “He had an air of an Italian-style gangster . . . walking with a big gait and speaking in a cryptic fashion about money,” says Schubmehl.

A former director of operations at Pure Food and Wine alleges Strangis and Melngailis stole with a vengeance.

“There’d be times when I’d come in on a Monday and get a text or call from [Strangis], ‘Don’t deposit the money. You have to meet me here with the money,’ ” recalls the director. “I wouldn’t meet him at the company bank. I’d meet him at the CitiBank, where he had a personal account.”

Melngailis outside Pure Food and Wine in 2011.Photo: AP

He adds: “Every day, the [Pure] bank account would be cleared to zero dollars.

“When I first started working there, the bank account had a few hundred thousand dollars and [Melngailis would] take out $50K here and there, and $20K here and there — and then it went to 70 [thousand and then] 100 [thousand].”

Though Melngailis refused to reveal what happened to the disappearing funds, she laughed at the notion that she was fueling her husband’s gambling addiction. “I hate gambling, it’s preying on the vulnerable.”

In August 2014, after winning more than $160,000 at Foxwoods casino in Mashantucket, Conn., Strangis was arrested — with a $25,000 bond — presumably for the parole violation of crossing state lines. He was still on probation for his 2005 Sarasota County, Fla., grand theft charges stemming from the sale of his father’s Jaguar to a man for $20,000, according to his ex, Stacy. “Even as a teenager he wanted to live that millionaire type of lifestyle but didn’t want to put any work into doing [it],” says Strangis’ half brother, John Strangis, of Brockton, Mass.


Fake food: After you consume this tomato and zucchini sandwich, you have to go somewhere else, and pay all over again, though probably less, in order to eat some real food. And that’s assuming that out of hunger and frustration, you don’t get in an accident, or punch somebody out and get arrested, before you get some satisfaction. “One of Pure Food and Wine’s signature dishes was this raw heirloom tomato lasagna featuring basil pistachio pesto, sun-dried tomato marinara, macadamia pumpkin seed ricotta and zucchini.Photo: Michael Sofronski” [Postscript: I rethought the matter. In order to prevent embarrassing, dangerous, and life-altering incidents, one would have to eat real food, before going to Melngailis' fake food eatery. Why go there at all? To see, and be seen.]

Despite the duo’s high living — including more than $70,000 in hotel bills throughout Europe and NYC — Melngailis failed to make payroll five times in 2014. Pure temporarily closed in January 2015 after she went AWOL.

When she resurfaced in February, Melngailis — who grew up in Newton, Mass. — spun various tales about where the money had gone, telling some employees it went to care for her sick mother, others that the deficit was the result of switching banks.

But her former director of operations says it was all a sham: “[Melngailis and Strangis] didn’t have financial troubles. They took all the money!”

Somehow, Melngailis convinced a few patrons to pony up $844,000, and the restaurant reopened in April 2015.

While Strangis was still in the picture, employees say he and Melngailis never seemed particularly enamored.

In fact, Sevierville Detective Bush says the outlaws were staying in two separate rooms during their 40-day occupancy at the Tennessee hotel.

“She’s not fond of him. We could tell that,” says Bush. “Right before they were taken to our detention facility I said to [Melngailis], ‘Give [Strangis] a hug. Give him a kiss,’ and she didn’t want to.” (Melngailis would not address why the couple was staying in separate rooms.)


In 2011, Melngailis shows off Pure Food and Wine’s mojito cocktail, made of fresh mint, lime juice sake and a splash of cava.Photo: AP

Strangis’s lawyer, Samuel Karliner, told The Post, “His wife was running the operation, and everything was rosy . . . Life was grand, and he didn’t know [otherwise] when the business was going south but the lifestyle continued.”

On Thursday, Strangis told the judge via his defense attorney that “it would appear Mrs. Melngailis was the one who ran this business and drove it into the ground and withdrew all the money.”

When asked if she is mad at her husband for placing the blame on her, Melngailis responded: “That word is the biggest understatement.” She repeatedly claims that she was “not in control” of her actions, and that it was not her decision to flee to Tennessee.

“I worked hard, this was my passion. This was all I ever wanted. Why would I throw it up in flames? I have nothing now. I have no apartment. I have no money. Why would I torture myself like that? Talk to my friends. They will tell you this is not me.”

While it’s inarguable that Melngailis got wrapped up with the wrong guy, those “friends” say her carefully cultivated public persona hid some deeper demons.

Her ex-boyfriend Kenney told Page Six in 2005 that Melngailis physically attacked him on multiple occasions.

“She’s thrown stools, grapefruits and phones at me,” the chef said. “She would leave cryptic notes with big kitchen knives stuck into vegetables. She punched me in the head and cut me with her ring.” (Melngailis denied the claims at the time. Kenney declined to speak to The Post for this story.)

And Khakpour tells The Post that the stress of having such a healthy image weighed on Melngailis, who confessed that she’s struggled with bulimia since opening Pure Food and Wine.


Melngailis in 2009Photo: Patrick McMullan

“There was nobody in the restaurant industry who looked like Sarma. She looked like a celebrity,” says Khakpour. “She became aware that it was part of the allure of the place.”

Melngailis now sits in Rikers as she awaits trial. Though she’s hopeful about making bail, she says that she doesn’t want to burden anybody — but prison has already taken a toll on the health-conscious blonde, who has lost 4 pounds since being captured.

“I cry every day,” she says, though she admits the conditions at Rikers are better than Tennessee. There, she was held in a cell with no windows and was forced to sleep on the floor. She educated the other inmates about veganism and healthy eating.

When Melngailis asked for a vegan diet at Rikers, her request was denied. She says she makes do with peanut butter sandwiches, bananas, apples and fresh-sliced cucumber.

Melngailis’ lawyer, Sheila Tendy, tells The Post, “We really just ask that the public reserves judgment until we figure out what’s going on.”

One thing’s for sure: The raw-loving Melngailis and Strangis are cooked.

Austrian Election Update: Patriot Norbert Hofer, of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), Leads Anti-Austrian “Independent” (Read: Green) Candidate Alexander Van der Bellen, 51.9% to 48.1%, but 14% of Ballots are Absentee Votes to be Read Today, with the Decision made in the Afternoon; the Racist Left Hopes and Prays (and More than that) that the Absentee Votes Will Overwhelmingly Favor the Green Anti-Austrian, er, Independent Candidate


Norbert Hofer votes in Pinkafeld, Austria. Photograph: Dieter Nagl/AFP/Getty Images

[Previously, on this election, at WEJB/NSU:

“Nazi Smear by Artist: Austrian Freedom Party Presidential Candidate Norbert Hofer, Who is Favored to Win Today’s Election, and Who Opposes Genocide, is Therefore Genocidal.”]

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Warning: The Guardian is a leading daily of the racist Left. Thus, it refers to patriots as the “far-right,” but to reds as “centre-left.”

Austria election: far-right candidate and rival tied at 50% in exit poll
By Philip Oltermann and Kate Connolly in Vienna
Monday 23 May 2016 02.33 EDT
The Guardian

Freedom party’s Norbert Hofer holds slim lead but postal ballots, expected to favour his opponent, are still to be tallied

Austria’s political future is on a knife-edge, with the candidate bidding to be the European Union’s first far-right president holding a wafer-thin lead over his rival.

According to the public broadcaster ORF, Norbert Hofer of the rightwing populist Freedom party (FPÖ) was neck and neck on 50% with his rival Alexander Van der Bellen, a former Green party leader who is running as an independent.

Postal ballots, accounting for 14% of eligible voters and expected to favour the left-leaning candidate, are being tallied on Monday, and a full result is not expected until Monday afternoon. Fifty per cent and one vote would suffice to hand the presidency to one of the two candidates. Data from Austria’s interior ministry, which does not take into account the projected postal vote, put Hofer on 51.9% and Van der Bellen on 48.1%.

Even though the Austrian presidency is mainly a ceremonial role, a vote of around 50% for the far-right politician Hofer already represents a political earthquake in a country in which two centrist parties have dominated the landscape since 1945, and will be celebrated as a triumph by xenophobic parties across the continent.

Initial exit poll results had shown a slender lead for Hofer. However, the economist academic Van der Bellen performed strongly in cities across the country, gaining 62% of the vote in Graz, 61% in Vienna and 56% in Salzburg.

Voter turnout was 71.8%, up on the first round of the presidential election in April.

Hofer arrived at the FPÖ party to enthusiastic chants of ‘Norbert! Norbert!’ as the party chief Heinz-Christian Strache paid tribute to his achievement. “The entire encrusted, failed system has linked arms with Norbert,” he said. “Half of Austrians chose to take Norbert’s path ... it’s a new awakening! Today history has been made.”

Hofer, sporting a spotty tie and a pink handkerchief in his jacket pocket, said nobody yet knew who would be president of Austria on Monday, “but we’ve made history. Eleven years ago this party had just 3% ... today every second Austrian voted for the FPÖ.”

He repeated the assessment of election observers who say that postal votes, which are still being counted, will be the deciding factor in the final outcome. “It could well be the case that after counting postal votes that we’re not quite at the front, but I’d say we’ve won anyway,” Hofer said.

He added there were only two scenarios: either he would be Austria’s Head of State, or he would be supporting Strache in his ambitions to become Austrian chancellor in or before 2018. With the FPÖ’s standing currently at around 35%, its chances of entering government are widely believed to be good.

Hofer said he had been deeply hurt throughout the campaign by how often his disability - he walks with a stick following a serious paragliding accident - had been used against him. “They have repeatedly abused me, saying I’m a cripple,” he said. “But I tell you, the stronger the pressure they put me under, the stronger I become.”

He then introduced his whole family, including his wife Verena, and his four children, before Marlies Grasser, the presenter of FPÖ-TV, told the crowds “now it’s time to celebrate our dear Norbert,” and the party leaders linked arms to sing the FPÖ’s anthem, “Austria Forever”, while the crowds, bathed in a blue light, joined in, needing no prompting with the text: “When I sing this song, I have tears in my face, but they’re tears full of pride of which I’m not ashamed”.

Earlier in the day, while casting his vote in his home town of Pinkafeld in the Burgenland region, Hofer told the press: “I am not a dangerous person.” In the run-up to the elections, questions were raised about Hofer’s background in the far-right fraternity culture and proximity to people advocating for a Greater Germany.

Supporters from both camps celebrated the initial results. The mood at the FPÖ’s election party at Vienna’s Prater amusement park, close to the city’s famous big wheel, was upbeat. Over beer and sausages, members sat amid balloons in the party’s trademark blue and Austrian flags, glued to a large screen at the Alpendorf bar as the results came in.

A folksy band sang Alles Wird Gut (all will be well), with the lead singer telling the cheering crowds: “For 25 years now, we’ve held the dream of a new Austria and now we’re so excited to be on the verge of finally getting it.”

On Sunday night, Van der Bellen said he had been moved in the two weeks since the first round by the Austrians who had mobilised to support him “from across the generations and classes. That has carried me considerably and I’m very grateful.” He said that if he won, one of his first priorities would be to create more jobs. Austria’s unemployment rate has doubled in the past three years.

During a fraught election campaign that divided the country, 45-year-old Hofer and 72-year-old Van der Bellen clashed on a series of issues, including the refugee crisis and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership agreement (TTIP) between the European Union and America.

The FPÖ’s leader, Heinz-Christian Strache, accused the public broadcaster ORF of deliberately not showing the figures of the interior ministry, which had put Hofer in the lead.

In a television interview, Hofer said: “Whoever wins will have the task of uniting Austria once again. At the end of the day, we’re all Austrians.”

Asked whether, in the event of victory, he would try to appease his critics from abroad who liken the political mood in Austria to that before the rise of the Nazi party, Hofer responded: “Of course it’s completely absurd to claim that … it’s just a baseless claim.”

[What could he possibly say that might “appease” his foreign critics, and why should he even try?]

The journalist pressed him: “But how would you try to convince them you’re not extreme right as they claim?” Hofer said: “I’d tell them that this is not a reflection of the facts. I’d sort things out very quickly just by the daily contact I have with them. I’d be able to persuade them they have nothing to fear.”

[The media operative would never have dared speak to Hofer’s opponent, Alexander Van der Bellen, that way.]

While the Austrian presidency has been interpreted mainly as a ceremonial role by the centrist politicians who have held the post in the past, there are fears that Hofer could use the instruments of the president’s office to dissolve the government and usher in a chancellor from his own party, which is currently leading in the polls.

Some constitutional experts question whether a president would be able to dissolve the government without presenting a plausible reason to do so.

Poor results in the first election round for the two governing parties, the centre-left SPÖ [the Austrian Socialist Party] and the centre-right ÖVP [the Austrian People’s Party], triggered the resignation of the social democrat chancellor Werner Faymann, who has been replaced by Christian Kern, previously the head of Austria’s federal railway company.

Austria is scheduled to hold its next federal election by September 2018.

Handkerchief Alert! Max and His Mommy, and The Runaway Bunny: A Story About a Little Boy and Cancer


Max’ Mommy

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix



We used to read The Runaway Bunny, by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd, to our toddler son all the time. A little bunny tells his mother of his plans to run away from home, and she tells him of how whatever he does, or wherever he goes, she will always find him, or he will end up finding her.


Humans of New York
April 5

…. Two weeks after Max was diagnosed, he asked me if I’d be his Mommy forever. I said, ‘Of course I will.’ And he asked: ‘Even when I’m ninety?’ And I told him ‘yes.’ What was I supposed to say? And there were all the times he talked to me about the future. We’d talk about college. I just couldn’t tell him. God I was such a coward. I should have told him. I just couldn’t do it. Even toward the end. The day before he lost consciousness, I read his favorite book to him. It’s called Runaway Bunny. And the little bunny keeps threatening to run away. And the Mama bunny keeps saying: ‘Wherever you go, I will find you.’ Oh God, it was such a horrible way to die. He couldn’t speak or move or swallow or see. He basically starved to death. And the whole last week I’m whispering in his ear: ‘Let go, let go. Please Max, let go.’ My seven-year-old son. I’m telling him to let go. I mean, fuck. That’s not supposed to happen! And the whole time I never told him he was dying. I was such a coward. But he knew. He knew without me telling him. Because a couple weeks before he lost his speech, he asked me: ‘Mommy, do they speak English where I’m going?’”….



Hungary: Moslem Invaders are Down to a Trickle, Thanks to the Border Fence—but It’s Still too Much, and the EU Seeks to Impose Death by Quota on Hungary, as Well as on the Rest of Europe



Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to reader-researcher RC for this article.

My first year in West Germany (1980-1981), I met someone at a social gathering who said that according to linguists, Hungarian and Finnish were practically siblings, even though each was unintelligible to speakers of the other. So much for linguists. I visited Budapest three times between 1982 and 1989, and though I always brought a phrase book, which I still own, I never got anywhere with Hungarian, and always had to find a German speaker, of which there were plenty. Hungary was unique among the Communist East Bloc, in having an open door agreement with Austria, for the sake of tourism. That agreement contributed mightily to the collapse of the East Bloc, as Slavs fled to freedom in Austria, via Hungary, beginning in the summer of 1989.

Hungary Border Fence Success, Balkans Route Down to “A Trickle”
By Breitbart Europe
May 22, 2016

(REUTERS) – The controversial fence on Hungary’s southern border with the Balkans may well have helped slow down the flow of migrants into northern Europe from the record highs reached last year.

But a visit to a newly-opened camp on Hungary’s western border with Austria showed a small but steady trickle of them are still passing through the country on their way north.

And while locals want the camp closed, it is helping to keep the issue in the public eye as Prime Minister Viktor Orban prepares a referendum in which he will ask voters to reject an EU plan to re-distribute migrants across the continent.

The tent camp in Kormend, just 2 km (one mile) from the Austrian border, was opened on May 2 and is a so-called “open-gate” centre allowing its 165 inhabitants to go freely in and out. Those interviewed by Reuters made no bones of how they got there, and where they plan to head next.

“I want to go to Germany,” said Sahed, 18, from Afghanistan, adding he would take the train back to the capital Budapest and from there offer a driver 300 euros to get him to his hoped-for destination.

Another Afghan, Niaze, said he had paid for someone to cut a hole in the fence on Hungary’s border with Serbia and, with no money left to pay a driver, was now aiming to find a way into Austria by foot. His final destination was Belgium.

The numbers are nothing like last year, when hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants passed through Hungary, mainly on their way to Germany.

But a police spokesman in Burgenland, the Austria [Austrian] province just across the border, said it had decided to start border controls late last month and already 1,124 people have been stopped — among them 20 suspected human traffickers.

Hungary’s immigration office said it has registered 15,355 asylum applications so far this year. However it noted most requests are finally annulled with asylum-seekers logged as having “left for an unknown destination”. [?] Already that was the case for 74 migrants put in the Kormend camp.

One rights group, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, accuses the government of not taking any real steps to prevent Hungary being a transit country for migrants as it wants to keep the number of migrants as low as possible.

[Can a reader translate the preceding sentence out of the Newspeak? It seems to promote three different, mutually incompatible notions: 1. “Rights group” suggests that the Hungarian Helsinki Committee supports open borders. You never hear of a group respecting a Western or white country’s sovereignty described as a “rights group”; 2. “Not taking any real steps to prevent Hungary being a transit country for migrants” literally suggests the group wants Hungary to close its borders, and is critical of its failure to do so; and 3. “as it wants to keep the number of migrants as low as possible.” Who or what is “it”? The Hungarian government? The Hungarian Helsinki Committee? It would seem that not taking any steps to prevent Hungary being a transit country for “migrants” would result in it being flooded with the invaders. The writer and editor of this piece both failed.]

“It’s the interest of the authorities that asylum seekers should not stay here,” Helsinki Committee co-chair Marta Pardavi told Reuters. The Immigration office said just 221 had been granted some kind of international protection this year.

However government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said temporary shelters like the one in Kormend had to be open-gate camps to comply with European Union protocols.

“Illegal migrants who applied for political asylum … are basically free to leave the camp and move within the country at their will,” he said, acknowledging that many migrants abused the system and tried to move on.

Orban’s tough line on migration has boosted his public support, with his Fidesz party well ahead in opinion polls.

Elections are not due till 2018. But before that, Hungary will hold a referendum in September or early October on whether to accept an EU quota system for resettling migrants.

In the past week, the government has started a full-fledged campaign for the vote, placing billboards nationwide, that say: “We are sending a message to Brussels so they understand.”

Analysts say there is only a slim chance for the referendum to be valid, as more than half of Hungary’s eligible 8 million voters need to turn out for that.

[Orban will either get the needed numbers for the referendum to be “valid,” or he’ll defy the EU, and eventually break free. He also may stuff the ballot box, in order to achieve the “valid” minimum. As a Hungarian patriot, he does not intend to let the EU destroy his country.]

“The main aim of the government with this referendum is to keep this refugee question on the agenda,” said Peter Kreko, director of think tank Political Capital.

That was certainly the case for Kormend resident Antal Nagy, 60, who said he was staunchly against the camp.

[“Nagy”—pronounced like Dodge, but beginning with an “N”—is like “Smith” in Hungary; it’s one of the most popular names, the other being Szabó (With the “Sz” pronounced like the “dg” in Dodge, and the “a” pronounced the “a” in Nagy—Dgobo). Imagine a TV series called Alias Szabó and Nagy.]

“I think immigration into Hungary must be stopped,” he said. “(German Chancellor Angela) Merkel should put them up and feed them.”

(Writing by Krisztina Than, Additional reporting by Alexandra Schwarz-Goerlich in Vienna; editing by Mark John)

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Nazi Smear by Artist: Austrian Freedom Party Presidential Candidate Norbert Hofer, Who is Favored to Win Today’s Election, and Who Opposes Genocide, is Therefore Genocidal


“FPÖ-Spitzenkandidat Norbert Hofer jubelt in der Wahlzentrale seiner Partei” Translation: FPA presidential candidate Norbert Hofer celebrates at the election Central of his party. (Like Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, 52, Hofer, 45, is calling for building a border fence.)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Note that political observers, many of them outraged, now say that Hofer, who has run on behalf of ordinary Austrians against the elites seeking to destroy the country through Islamic "migrants," is poised to win today’s election. Sound familiar?

And Now, for a Little Dark Enlightenment Humor (Graphic)

Pithy Vilification with a Big Point: Explaining the Insult, “Cuckservative” (Glaivester)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I think the simplest way of imagining the people that pro-whites call “cuckservatives” is in terms of Nazi Germany. Imagine German Jews flocking to join the Nazi Party. Of course, they’d be denied entry.

Imagine if, when the Nazis spat on, raped, maimed and murdered the Jews, the latter apologized and pandered ever more to the latter, and attacked ever more aggressively anyone who criticized or opposed the Nazis. Insane? Evil? Well, that’s what “cuckservatism” is all about.

My only criticism of the term is that I find it inappropriate. A cuckold watches or permits another man make love to his wife. But “cuckservatives” are themselves sleeping with the enemy. Thus, I believe that it would be more appropriate to call them slutservatives, and/or traitors, and/or saboteurs. However, I must acknowledge that the insult “cuckservative” has been wildly successful, based on how it has driven its targets bonkers.

To anyone who should complain that the analogy is inapt, because the Nazis slaughtered six million Jews in the Holocaust, I say, What do you think the racial socialist alliance has planned for whites? They’ve stated what they intend to do for years.

The Point of “Cuckservative”

By Glaivester
February 9, 2016

Someone on Twitter asked me what the point of name-calling, e.g., “cuckservative” is. Won't the term simply alienate people instead of change their minds?

I think this misses a vital point. While there are people who are mistaken on the amnesty question and on racial questions in general (that is, they think that aping the liberals is going to help the Republicans win, or believe that the liberal paradigm for race relations, e.g. "denouncing white privilege" is correct), there are many who are simply cowards who would sell anything out not to be called racist, or who are taking positions to please donors and who do not actually take their positions based on well-considered morality.

The point in such cases is two-fold; first, to counter the idea that hating your own people in the name of “equality” is a good thing. For someone to celebrate the idea that their ethnic group is going to become a minority in a country they created is insane. It is not something that anyone has done throughout history or that it is assumed to be normal that someone does. When someone says that it is racist to be against an immigration policy specifically because it will make whites a minority in the United States, the best response is to point out how ludicrous it is to call someone a name for wanting to keep the majority population of America what it has always been (more or less, obviously we are not going to revert to the WASPiness of the 18th and 19th centuries). The point is to have a counter-insult to “racist.”

The point also is to point out that many of these “conservatives” are determined to pander to those who hate them. They will reach across the aisle to Democrats who are not willing to reach back in return (note how all the Democrats in lockstep refused to defund Obama's executive amnesty), and are constantly trying to find ways to reach out to minority communities that have no interest in voting for anyone who does not support a generous welfare state and affirmative action, and more or less become a Democrat, while ignoring reaching out to their mostly white base. In other words, the term refers largely to “conservatives” who are desperate for approval by liberals, and who will concede whatever they need to, in order to get approval.

Note how in 2012 the Romney campaign was more interested in reaching out to blacks and Latinos, than in trying to reach out to the disaffected Paul voters who were concerned about interventionist foreign policy.

“Cuck” is an appropriate term, because it suggests a hatred or indifference to one's own blood, and to one's own friends, while supporting those who have no interest in being friends. The point of the term, when used amongst allies, is to remind oneself of what the problem with the traitors within are. When used at others as an insult, the goal is to make “cockish” behavior as unacceptable as “racism.” Maybe we will alienate people, and maybe people will embrace the term. But long-term, the effect will be the same as the term “racist.” People will try to deny that they are “cucks,” as people realize that they cannot escape disapproval by conceding to liberals.

The idea, in short, is to reverse the dominant paradigm of political discourse, which always favors liberals.

The fact of the matter is, the current immigration debate reflects an America that is being cuckolded; its people are being replaced by foreigners, whose children we are told we must support. As a Steve Sailer commenter pointed out in 2014, we lack a vocabulary to describe this, and so we are defenseless to stop it. The term “cuckold” isn't even in popular circulation to describe literal individual cuckolding, and we are supposed to think it fine to force a man to pay child support for the product of a wife's infidelity, with absolutely no negative consequences for the faithless wife. Terms such as “cuckservative” are a way of regaining that vocabulary, and of trying to reframe the debate in terms that are (a) favorable to conservatives, and (b) reflect the unstated realities of our current situation.

That is all.

Oh, My God! Experts Agree that Pro-White Man is a Racist! (Political Cartoon)