Furthest Right

Periscope (August 21, 2018)

  • Russian Hackers Targeted US Conservative Think-Tanks, Says Microsoft

    The software giant said it thwarted the attempts last week by taking control of sites that hackers had designed to mimic the pages of The International Republican Institute and The Hudson Institute. Users were redirected to fake addresses where they were asked to enter usernames and passwords. There was no immediate comment from Russian authorities, but the Kremlin was expected to address the report later on Tuesday.

    Leftists are too dumb to avoid phishing emails, so the rest of us must endure this “Russia collusion narrative” while the Left searches for reasons why it lost the election.

  • The Utility of White-Bashing

    The people I’ve heard archly denounce whites have for the most part been upwardly-mobile people who’ve proven pretty adept at navigating elite, predominantly white spaces.

    Bashing whites is the new way of conspicuous consumption. It is saying that you are wealthy enough to buy yourself out of trouble in a third worlded society, not like those poor whites who will get killed and outbred.

  • Nice Ladies Leaving the Democratic Party

    Bottom line: these nice, normal women don’t feel comfortable being members of a club full of haters.

    The Right should take note. We win when we speak of realism and the possibility of future excellence, lose when we turn into brownshirts and agony aunts.

  • Reporters foolishly act like liberal political activists.

    “I didn’t mean that he committed treason. But it was a term that I used,” he said. “Sometimes my Irish comes out.”

    Leftists consume more media. They are naturally the audience that media chooses.

  • Hospitals shut at 30-a-year pace in U.S., with no end in sight

    There are already a lot of hospitals with high negative margins, consultancy Veda Partners health care policy analyst Spencer Perlman said, and that’s going to become unsustainable. Rural hospitals with a smaller footprint may have less room to negotiate rates with managed care companies and are often hobbled by more older and poorer patients.

    You made a law requiring hospitals to take all patients, then imposed a huge paperwork burden on them, and you wonder why they are all closing. Amazing.

  • Amazon Seeks To Dominate Government Contracting

    According to Vanity Fair, Amazon has spent $67 million in lobbying since 2000 and have spent more this year than other large influence peddling companies like Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo combined.

    Democracy has always been about vote-buying. You either buy them directly, buy them from intermediaries as lobbyists do, or buy them with bribes like the Democrats do each time they promise a new “free” program.

  • Former Trump campaign chairman Manafort found guilty on eight of 18 charges

    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted on Tuesday of eight counts of financial wrongdoing, giving Special Counsel Robert Mueller a victory in the first trial arising from his investigation of Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. election.

    Actually, no, it gives him a defeat: none of these convictions are for collusion or anything like it. He is failing to prove his point. This witch-hunt looks like Leftists putting pressure on everyone around Trump, looking for someone to roll over.

  • Google’s Data Collection is Hard To Escape, Study Claims

    The researchers claims that almost every move you make online is collected and collated, from your morning routine (such as music tastes, route to work, and news preferences) to errands (including calendar appointments, webpages visited, and purchases made). “At the end of the day, Google identified user interests with remarkable accuracy,” the report states.

    In the 1980s, every movie involved an evil corporation. It seemed to me these were proxies for government, but now we have actual evil corporations, but the Left will not criticize its own. Or is that why Google et al. shifted Left a decade ago, to pay their protection money?

  • ACLU: Alex Jones ban could set dangerous social media precedent

    Wizner said companies had a constitutional right to regulate speech on their platforms, but added that hate speech “turns out to be an extremely subjective term.”

    Cracks in the Leftist narrative. In a pluralistic society, you cannot have “hate speech.” Our society is The Pluralism versus The Whites. That is now falling apart.

  • Elizabeth Warren Unveils Radical Anti-Corruption Platform

    Warren proposes much stricter restrictions on the revolving door between public service and lobbying, but, more fundamentally, flat-out bans on any lobbying on behalf of foreign governments, an industry that has come under increased scrutiny as a result of the trial of Paul Manafort, who made his fortune carrying water for foreign governments in Washington, often whose interests ran against those of the U.S.

    In other words, this is a non-story; Leftists bleat out new combinations of the trope and trend of the day, and right now they are still buzzing in the hive-mind over the possibility of collusion. Pocahontas is just grabbing headline space.

  • South Africa farm seizure: Terrified white farmers plot escape as crackdown looms

    But the idea was swiftly condemned by both white and black farmers, with unions predicting such a move would lead to job losses and a situation in which South Africa may no longer be able to feed itself.

    Leftism: take from the productive, give to the unproductive, for equality; this always backfires. Add race into the mix as a proxy for caste/class and it gets even nastier. Farmers should abandon their land and sue for damages later.

  • Cohen’s claim about Trump may spark calls for impeachment but is unlikely to lead to charges

    The assertion by President Trump’s former lawyer that he broke campaign finance laws at the direction of then-candidate Trump could spark calls for impeachment hearings — but probably will not have any legal consequences for the president while he is in office, according to legal analysts.

    It’s not even clear he broke campaign finance laws. In fact, the whole thing is Leftist drama because they are furious that their frumpy agony aunt Hillary lost the election, which would have enabled them to finally doom white America and create a permanent Venezuelan-style paradise.

  • Evidence is Piling Up That Facebook Can Incite Racial Violence

    Specifically, in towns where “per-person Facebook use rose to one standard deviation above the national average,” attacks on refugees “increased by about 50 percent,” the New York Times reported today, citing a University of Warwick study. Researchers there carried out a detailed analysis of more than 3,000 incidents in Germany over a two-year period. Crucially, the link held true regardless of the city’s size, political leanings, or economic status — and didn’t correlate with general patterns of internet use.

    More communication means people realize what a hideous scam diversity is. Not really surprising.

  • The Next Populist Revolution Will Be Latino

    The dream of a so-called rainbow coalition has been part of the liberal imagination since at least the presidency of Richard Nixon, when the left envisioned it, albeit prematurely, as a counterpoint to his “southern strategy.”

    We are Mexico now: the Asian third world against “the rich,” a path which will make us irrelevant as a nation.

  • Dramatic then and now photos show how Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston

    Still, when the floodwaters rose, and the Chronicle photo team waded into the muck, many struggled to see the city they know beneath the surface of a sea that swept landmarks out of sight. And that can be disorienting.

    Detroit of the South Houston still has no plan for avoiding future floods, which were caused by its premature release of water from reservoirs, flooding older white neighborhoods so newer minority neighborhoods would stay intact.

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