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  1. “Don’t ever call Abe Lincoln based. That bastard destroyed America.”

    “Wait—so you guys support slavery?”

    “No, R_The Donald, the American Civil War was more complex than just ‘freedom good, slavery bad’ ….”

    No, it wasn’t.

    • Sure, saintly Abe and his Grand Army of the Republic were just fighting to free the poor colored people. No other considerations motivated the North. That’s what your third-grade teacher told you, so it must be true, huh?

      It was always obvious that you are an asshole. It has only recently become obvious that you are also rather stupid.

        • Some homosexuals claim that, but then they claim that about every famous person who is dead and therefore unable to defend himself.

          One thing is for certain about Lincoln: that he was an incompetent and blood-thirsty nincompoop.

    • So you’re saying that the USA fought the War for Southern Independence ONLY to end slavery despite the FACT that they owned slaves in the NORTH? (Delaware for example)

      That’s completely illogical.

      • Thanks, Laguna. Being unfamiliar with those message boards—or whatever is the exact term for them—I had no idea of the meaning of that character’s name. I copied “R_The Donald” from a comment I saw at another website.

    • “No it wasn’t.”

      Dude do you actually read Hunters content and try to learn from it? Or are you just a troll and nothing more? I get trolling but at least try to add to the discussion a tad.

      • Dear Mr. Wayne –

        Mr. Bonaccorsi is an independent and iconoclastick Northerner with a love of brisk conversation.

        If you are a fellow Southerner, take it in that light, for he means no p’tic’lar offence.

          • Exactly, Mr. Wayne – in fact, when he is on the upside of his ‘contrarion nature’, he can give some of the most sublimely detailed analyses of the way things are, that really can be amazingly savoury and informative.

            Have a good afternoon!

    • It was certainly more complex than merely slavery, but the South was still wrong about everything and deserved to go down.

      • Your liberal New England opinion, (the whole world needs ‘the guiding light’ of the Northern Government) Mr. Silver, is exactly why we have to get away from folks like you.

        And, if you happen to live in The South, you are no Southerner; something which you will regard as a compliment, but, which I would see in a thoroughly converse light.

      • Nonsense. The South was not wrong about everything. I would say that, on principle, they had every right to object to being treated like an increasingly junior partner by the North who could have avoided the whole damned thing by not trying to force the South to be little more than a colony of the North.

        However, and this will tick off the Southerners a lot, the very labor they relied on proved to be their Achilles Heel when it came to pursuing autonomy. Just as their outdated farm equipment proved to be the poison pill that the Union as a whole ingested when the Union held onto the South by force.

        Had the South stayed away from using Non-White labor and just imported European labor to be used in a share-cropping system that they ultimately had to implement anyway, the more productive and creative of these peasants would have formed a trade class and built factories and the South would have had not only a 100 percent voting (as opposed to 3/5ths for their slaves) to shore up their representative power in Congress. Tariffs would not have been an issue. The South’s own factories would have used the South’s own raw materials giving the South its own de facto autonomy without having to formally secede, risking war.

        But we could take the time machine even farther back so that the original colonies would refuse any indentured servants or slaves from Africa.

        • ‘However, and this will tick off the Southerners a lot, the very labor
          they relied on proved to be their Achilles Heel when it came to pursuing

          A great remark, Clytemnestra, but, I you will, please allow me to make a small tweak…

          ‘However, and this will tick off the Southerners a lot, the very labour
          their upper class had imported and exploited to gain their affluence proved to be every Southern man’s Achilles Heel when it came to pursuing
          autonomy, and, even after failing to attain that, the maintaining of an orderly and decent society.

    • In retrospect, John, you may well see it that way.

      That said, when the Smithsonian is filled full of letters, from Yankee soldiers, decrying with every venom the Emancipation Proclamation, and clear evidence of ‘Northern White Supremacist views.

      For me, I think Shelby Foote’s assessment, below, is the most accurate assessment of the event and it’s consequences that
      I have ever heard – even though I do not agree with the fact that it is essentially deracinated.

      Of course, I am not impartial, nor is Foote.

      Still, the essence, in it’s politically correct complexity, and in it’s attribution to differing angles on the conflagration, is perspicacious…

        • That’s perfectly understandable, Mr. Owen.

          Mr. Foote was a beautiful child of God, a fine gentleman, true to his kind, and possesst with a brilliant mind and a winning way about him

          Have a great evening!

      • My ancestor was not drafted into the Union to emancipate and enfranchise the South’s black slaves. Yes, ridding the United States of slave labor was a big factor, because there was a belief that Paid Labor could not co-exist with Slave Labor. But the idea for the Negro slaves was REPATRIATION, not emancipation-enfranchisement.

        That’s what the New York riots were all about. When those Irish gangs learned that the Negro slaves had been emancipated, they knew enfranchisement was just around the corner. They knew that they would be competing with the freed slaves for housing and jobs. Naturally, they were not happy about this.

        • Thank you, Clytemenstra for the confirmation via the personal testimony of your family.

          I will add this to your interesting remark ; once our fieldhands started running up North, in 1865, Yankees began to realize the horror of what they had done, and, if I paraphrase my Philadelphia friend, John Bonaccorsi, are still ‘realizing’ it to this very day.

    • For me, John, the war was about the right of The Southern White Race to determine it’s own affairs without interference from aliens and or alien tyranny.

      Slavery was a the primary trigger of that, but, it was not the reason.

      Those who fought against us believed that we did not have a right to determine ourselves, without interference from alien tyranny.

      Say what you will about their bravery and skill, I cannot see anything good about their fight.

      Have a great day!

  2. “It’s like I wasn’t alive until I found something worth dying for”

    — I know those feelz.

  3. Allied as long as we don’t sign a silly document saying, we’re joined at the hip forever. See how that worked out for Southerners and the US.

  4. Martin Schulz is the person most likely to succeed Angela Merkel.

    Avraham Burg, 2014:

    “Martin Schulz, the president of the European Parliament, is a close friend of mine. … He once told me, during a frank and stern conversation, ‘For me, the new Germany exists only in order to ensure the existence of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.'”

    • All in all, Nyashmyash, it’s difficult to see the rise of Schulz, and the demise of Merkel, as anything more than a wrapping change to the same box.

          • Putin to sue Fox News?

            (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Monday it wanted an apology from Fox News over what it said were “unacceptable” comments one of the channel’s presenters made about Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump.

            Fox News host Bill O’Reilly described Putin as “a killer” in the interview with Trump as he tried to press the U.S. president to explain more fully why he respected his Russian counterpart. O’Reilly did not say who he thought Putin had killed.

            “We consider such words from the Fox TV company to be unacceptable and insulting, and honestly speaking, we would prefer to get an apology from such a respected TV company,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call.

            Fox News and O’Reilly did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

            Trump’s views on Putin are closely scrutinized in the United States where U.S. intelligence agencies have accused Moscow of having sponsored computer hacking to help Trump win office, and critics say he is too complimentary about the Russian leader.

            Trump, when commenting on the allegations against Putin in the same interview, questioned how “innocent” the United States itself was, saying it had made a lot of its own mistakes. That irritated some Congressional Republicans who said there was no comparison between how Russian and U.S. politicians behaved.

          • Sir,
            Though FoxNews gives an entertaining and serviceable domestick news coverage, their foreign coverage is a point by point regurgitation of he New England Government view of the world – i.e. – ‘we are right, and, if you oppose us, you are evil.’

            As to Putin and Russia, or the world, as a whole, I have to cringe when I listen to it.

    • I don’t know what all the complaining is about the naked pictures of Mrs. Carter and her pregnancy just made my gun store sales go up this weekend. I own a small gun shop outside of Wake County in North Carolina. A group of men came in from some farm family in Zebulon all black and bought about a bunch of guns for their wives. I saw some of the ladies too all very beautiful girls. I asked them about classes to use the guns but it turns out that these pretty black ladies knew how to shoot already. I am from “up north” .One of the men in the family told me it was different down south. He told me that pretty girls down here grow up knowing how to shoot and they own guns and pack and carry. I was really shocked. Then I heard them talking about how the Beyonce pictures had them worried for their women’s saftey and they were taking them all to target practice and going to make them carry guns all the time now. Thanks Beyonce! Down south you are going to have all the light pretty girls down here making me rich with high sales for my guns shop! God is good. The next day another group of family members came in. A week ago I did not know how I was going to pay the lease for this shop now I am set for another 9 months.


      An Open Letter to Ivanka, from One Jewish Mother to Another

      By Hadley Davis Pierson, The Sisterhood

      Jewish Daily Forward, February 1, 2017

      Dear Ivanka-Yael,

      I’ve been wanting to write. It’s been almost two weeks since you became our first Jewish First Daughter, but as a fellow Jewish mother I thought I’d wait until the kids and nanny were settled into your lovely, new DC home and Arabella was adjusted at Jewish Primary Day School. JPDS sounds like a no-brainer! What more could we want for our children — or the kids of America for that matter — than a school, which, according to its website, is intent on “fostering a deep sense of mutual respect and pluralism” in “compassionate” students?

      I have to say, you remind me of one of my closest friends – another East Coast prep school blonde who converted to Judaism (after she fell in love with a fellow med student at Yale). I remember how intensely she studied the laws and traditions of the Torah – all of those stories and holidays and prayers — for her conversion. The only way in was to be all-in. By all accounts you were, too, picking the Hebrew name Yael (“God’s strength”) and impressing the tough, three rabbi panel known as a Beit Din, along with your devout Kushner in-laws.

      I, on the other hand, have non-practicing Presbyterian in-laws. Shabbat at my house is better known as “pizza night” and pepperoni is permitted. We don’t shut off our phones or refrain from using transportation like you and Jared do – unless you’ve got a special rabbinical pass for inaugural balls. Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t the Pikuach Nefesh supposed to be invoked when one’s life is in danger? For example, if you had to jump in a car von Trapp-style to escape the Nazis and it happened to be after sundown on a Friday?

      There I go. Observant or not, it never takes long for us Jews to reference the Shoah does it? As a kid I sometimes pretended to be Anne Frank in our attic crawl space. I’d bring a composition notebook into a dim corner and scribble away as quietly as possible. I guess this kind of imaginative play is expected when your parents take you to visit gas chambers while you’re still in elementary school. “The world stood by and let this happen,” my father told me outside of a crematorium in France.

      Somehow, even my 10-year-old mind connected that afternoon at Struthof to Bounn Hong, a refugee who escaped through the jungles of Laos and cleaned our house while she learned English and saved up for cosmetology school. Hers was the shared story of my ancestors who fled pogroms in Poland and your husband’s survivor grandparents. I haven’t committed many biblical quotes to my mostly secular memory, but I do know this one: We were all strangers in Egypt.

      I’m guessing you’re pretty aware that the fact your dad’s Muslim Ban was decreed on Holocaust Remembrance Day struck a ton of American Jews as egregious. Some said the timing was purposeful – kind of like the weird omission of the word “Jew” and the number “six million” from the Remembrance Day statement.

      I’ve heard you’re well aware the Internet scoffed when, after the sun fell last Saturday, you powered up Instagram and shared yourself in that shiny silver dress en route to the Alfalfa Club (an organization so frivolous it was named after a plant that “can’t get enough to drink”). The problem was, what with the detentions and protests unfolding, your image bore the image of indifference; the kind of indifference Elie Wiesel meant when he wrote: “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.”

      Ivanka, mom to mom, citizen to citizen, me (reform Jew) to you (modern-orthodox Jew), I am writing today to ask for a sign. Send me a sign that you are not, in fact, indifferent. That when you see a photo of a dead Syrian toddler washed up on a Greek beach you share my visceral understanding: he could be my child. That you subscribe to the Talmud’s teaching “(S)he who saves one life, saves the world” along with Hillel’s question you tweeted in September, “if not me, who? If not now, when?”

      Because I do want to believe – to paraphrase JPDS Head of School and Argentinian immigrant Naomi Reem’s message – you’ve moved to Washington intending to harness the creativity you’ve shown in business, your Ivy League education and Jewish moral values for tikkun olam. Because, Ivanka-Yael-first-Jewish-First-Daughter, no Jewish American woman-who-works has ever been more powerfully positioned to help repair the present moment than you.

      Best wishes,


      (Hadley Davis Rierson’s television and feature film screenwriting credits include Dawson’s Creek, Spin City, Scrubs and Disney’s Ice Princess. Her articles and essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Teen Vogue and the Los Angeles Review of Books.)

        • Another one:

          An Open Letter to Ivanka Trump from One Jewish Mom to Another

          By Jordana Horn, Juky 25, 2016

          Dear Ivanka,

          Last week, you stood up and spoke in front of the world. But what concerns me most is your silence.

          Ivanka, you may be a beautiful, smart, and successful daughter of the man who would be King—but you are also a Jew. And I am calling on you as a Jew—especially as a Jewish mother—to stand up for a better world for your children.

          I know you know the story of Purim, because I saw your pictures of your mishloach manot on your Instagram feed. For those who don’t, though, Queen Esther was the once-upon-a-time Jewish queen of Persia, and is the heroine of the Purim story. When the king was about to unleash an unjust massacre on the Jews, she could not remain silent—even though technically, she could, because no one but her uncle Mordechai knew that she herself was Jewish. But she couldn’t remain silent because she felt an imperative—the undeniable tug of having to do what was right. She told the king that he could not massacre all the Jews, because she herself was Jewish.

          When you stood on that stage at the Republican National Convention last week, the eyes of the world were on you. You gave a great and compelling speech that showed that actually, you’re a Democrat, but that’s neither here nor there. But, sadly, you were not our Esther.

          As a fellow Jewish mother, I desperately wanted you to say something like this: “I need to take a stand here and now against the groundswell of hate that has burst up from our country like a horrible tidal wave. We stand at a fork in the road, where we have the choice of who we will be. And this party needs to step toward making America great, not making America hate. This party needs to realize that America is a place where no one should be persecuted for the color of their skin or for what they believe. Anti-Semitic death threats to journalists are unacceptable in an open democratic society. I say that as a member of this party, and I say that as a Jew.”

          Instead, you smiled and waved. You let your golden hair be fanned out behind you by a windblowing machine, as you smiled beatifically at millions. You said nothing.

          Your silence was complicit, and damning.

          Many pieces have been written as to whether your father is an anti-Semite. “He can’t be—he has a Jewish daughter!” many say.

          I don’t know if your father is an anti-Semite. Actually, I don’t think your father holds any deep beliefs of that sort, simply because I don’t think your father holds any deep beliefs other than his passionate belief in himself and his greatness. What matters to me is that your father has gleefully ridden this wave of horrible anti-Semitic hate and vitriol, along with the other waves of various racist stripes. He surfs it, without caring what is in the wave or what happens when it hits the shore.

          “Kol yisrael areivim ze ba zeh.” All of Israel is responsible for one another. We cannot sit idly by when our fellow Jews are being tormented. Your obligation, as a Jew and as a Jewish mother, was—and is—to stand up and speak out against hatred, not to be its beautiful figurehead.

          I write as a mother to another mother: Surely neither of us wants our Jewish children to grow up in a world where random people feel comfortable sending them emailed pictures of Jews getting shot in the head, or being herded into ovens. I don’t know you personally, but I know, in my gut, that it is impossible that a mother would want that kind of world for her children.

          It won’t be easy to take a stand against this hate. Maybe you worry that, in the climate your father and your father’s party have created thus far, it will put you and your family at risk. Maybe you don’t believe my feeling that you are already in danger, whether you know it or not—we all are. But please do what is right, for your family and for your people.

          You and I went to the same university, once upon a time. There is a gate on campus I always found inspirational. In wrought iron, it bears the saying, “We will find a way, or we will make one.”

          Please help make a way for this country to go from darkness to light—if not for our sakes, then for our children’s.

        • Letter to Ivanka Trump, from One Jewish Mother to Another

          Alissa Hirshfeld-Flores, The Times of Israel, November 22, 2016

          Dear Ivanka Trump:

          Now is your Queen Esther moment.

          You have probably studied the Book of Esther as part of your conversion process to Judaism, and perhaps even attended Purim celebrations and carnivals with your kids.

          As a reminder, Esther, a Jewish girl, was chosen as the new queen of the King of Persia. When she took her position, the king had a minister, Haman, who felt threatened by the Jews in the kingdom, and vowed to commit genocide against them. He even picked the date for the slaughter. Esther, a new timid queen, was encouraged by her relative Mordechai to speak truth to power. While initially afraid to approach her king, lest she be punished herself, Mordechai encouraged her, telling her that it was perhaps for the very purpose of saving her tribe that she was chosen for her position. She ultimately found her voice and spared the lives of all of her people.

          Ms. Trump, as you are an astute woman, I’m sure you know that many minorities–legal American citizens–feel threatened right now in this post-election climate, whether they are Hispanic, peaceful Muslims, African Americans, LGBT people, Jews, or women. They feel that the country they call home is no longer safe for them. Their fear has escalated in proportion to the rising number of hate crimes perpetrated during the campaign and since the election. Now the fears have risen further, since your father, the President-elect, chose Stephen Bannon, promoter of the alt right, with their white supremacist and neo-Nazi ideology, as his chief counsel and strategist. Your father has also proposed Jeff Sessions, who has a long history of bigotry, as his choice for Attorney General. Imagine what kind of message this sends to people of color and to Jews. Certainly not one of unity or that anything is going to become great again.

          As you know, Judaism espouses the belief that ALL people–even people who don’t look, think, speak, or believe as we do–are created in the image of God. And according to Jewish law, to save even one life–by preventing violence, for example–is to save an entire world. What beautiful teachings!

          I beseech you, as one Jewish mother to another, one concerned for the lives of our children and future generations, and for the beautiful planet that they live on, to seize your Queen Esther moment, to implore your father to denounce hatred and those who perpetuate it.

          Thank you.

          (Alissa Hirshfeld-Flores is a licensed marriage and family therapist, Jewish Spiritual Director, and published author, who resides in Northern California.)

          • She kinda skipped over the part where they massacred Haman, his family, and about 10,000 of his people, didn’t she? And that they still celebrate that massacre to this day. They bake pastries called “Haman’s Ears” for Purim…

          • “And celebrate they Passover and the near-genocide of Egyptian children.” ?

            All Christians celebrate the Pascha.

            * * *

            And the Lord said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt:

            “[…] I will pass through the land of Egypt that night, and will kill every firstborn in the land of Egypt both man and beast: and against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments: I am the Lord. And the blood shall be unto you for a sign in the houses where you shall be: and I shall see the blood, and shall pass over you: and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you, when I shall strike the land of Egypt.”


            And Moses called all the ancients of the children of Israel, and said to them: “[…] The Lord will pass through striking the Egyptians: and when he shall see the blood on the transom, and on both the posts, he will pass over the door of the house, and not suffer the destroyer to come into your houses and to hurt you. Thou shalt keep this thing as a law for thee and thy children for ever. And when you have entered into the land which the Lord will give you as he hath promised, you shall observe these ceremonies. And when your children shall say to you: What is the meaning of this service? You shall say to them: It is the victim of the passage of the Lord, when he passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, striking the Egyptians, and saving our houses.”

            And the people bowing themselves, adored. And the children of Israel going forth did as the Lord had commanded Moses and Aaron. And it came to pass at midnight, the Lord slew every firstborn in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharao, who sat on his throne, unto the firstborn of the captive woman that was in the prison, and all the firstborn of cattle. And Pharao arose in the night, and all his servants, and all Egypt: for there was not a house wherein there lay not one dead.

  5. All the creativity and energy is with the alt-right/alt-White movement. The Left has become as old, tired and cranky as the conservative Establishment they used to make fun of back in the day.

      • Your primary fight is not Jews, Miss Denise .

        No, M’am, your right is with Whites to get them to embrace it, because, at this juncture, most believe that embracing it is evil.

        If you can win the fight to get most Whites to have any racial feelings, whatsoever then Jewish influence will wither on the vine.

        This is how I fight Kudzoo and Wysteria, on my property – snip it at it’s base, let it whither, and then – some months later, gently remove it from it’s victim – although, even that is just cosmetick, as the dead vine has ceaset to exert any influence.

        • They are using Jews straight up no chaser in the pressers now. This thing is on its last legs.

          • I hope you are right, Captain – because I am heartily sick of living in a White society that see it’s most important goal in becoming non-White.

            It’s hard to cope with such patent absurdity.

            Have as good day!

  6. I think part of the solution is for everyone to have a place, to know their place, and to accept and embrace their place within the pro-White sphere. We all need to give other people enough room to make mistakes and grow and learn from those mistakes. We all need to realize that some manner of symbiosis and synergy is required to change the status quo.

    What I’ve seen over the last decade or two is mostly divisiveness that is rooted in people not having a good sense of identity, and not having adequate outlets where they can channel their frustration and energy into a productive form of activism. People want to do something, but usually don’t have a place to direct that frustration and energy. That kind of bottled up anger/angst becomes caustic and eats away—physically, mentally, emotionally—not only at the individual, but also those in direct contact with that individual.

    The time has come for a change in methods and a realignment of priorities.

  7. Wow, were there a lot of blatant leftist TV commercials last night during the Super Bowl. One good lesson I think the public is getting recently is that Immigrationism is completely connected to the left. I don’t really think this was widely known outside far right circles, that these immigrants were brought here to outnumber and steal the political power of Americans to empower this hostile political class. Most people seemed to think Immigration just sort of happened, now it should be clear from these hostile leftist protestors and revolting TV commercials that Immigration is closely connected to all the other leftist projects and will make it even more distasteful to middle America.

  8. Corporate America really is poison. It’s the bastard child of Bernays and Lady Gaga.

    • Captain – it was going on long before ‘Corporate America’

      No, Sir – the corrupting power of money has always played a seminal role in small town rural Southern life – the upper class often acting more to the antithesis of White interest than the Negroes or the New England government they so love.

      People with money seem to believe that they neither require the Lord of any membership to a club beyond that of rarified mutual exclusivity, and THAT … is a cancer with no cure.

      • Sir, with due respect: “the corrupting power of money”and”the New England government” are one and the same. Did you happen to notice the one-eyed costume adorning the puppet? The devil always shows his hand.

        • Mr. Coyote, I bow to the superiority of your comment.

          It was a clear improvement upon mine.

          I hope you and your kin are in fine fettle!

  9. The problem with Alt Right Celebrities…is that the insist that the Native Born White American Working Class needs to master the finer points of IQ test score psychometrics in order to do battle with the race-replacement enthusiasts…

    My great fear is that Comrade Richard Spencer on his college debate tour will unleash a bombing raid of IQ test score psychometrics on the college kids…..this is an excellent way to let the Asian “Americans” off the hook…even though Asian “Americans” are actively involved the destruction of thousands of years of NATIVE BORN WHITE AMERICA TECHNOLOGICAL-SCIENTIFIC-MEDICAL EXPERTISE=GENOCIDE!!


    Wouldn’t this make a great billboard in the bucolic |Shenandoah Valley!!!

  10. What sounds would Sergei Brin make in a vat of car battery acid?…He would come out looking like geselta fish…..

    • By the standards of today, Sam, that Trump cap in Mr. Brady’s locker is the same, to many minds, as a Confederate flag…

  11. In the graphic below is part of an exchange I’ve had with “Texan Barbaryan,” in the Daily Stormer’s comment thread re this same video by Murdoch Murdoch. Having stated that the South is not part of white civilization, I’d been asked by Texan Barbaryan what I meant by the South. Once I’d made clear to him that I meant the Southern United States, he and I posted the following comments, in which I state things I’ve said here, at Occidental Dissent …


    • It’s a good point, John, because the White Nationalist inability to see anything more than a generally perceived European background, as a basis for group identity, is a serious flaw in the formulation of their Weltanschauung – something which everyone else seems to see, but they.

      ‘White Culture’ never was unified, long before this land was taken from Injuns, for the very reason to which you have attested.

  12. Bill thought he heard the fat lady sing. He was wrong.

    Bill Maher; “Good to see Belichick writing Trump another fan letter on the sideline. Like the way Falcons just ran over these motherfuckers.”

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