Tuesday, November 4, 2008

The End

If we will listen to the judgment of those who should best know the nature of popular government, we shall find no reason for good men to desire or choose it. Xenophon, that brave scholar and soldier, disallowed the Athenian commonweal for that they followed that form of government wherein the wicked are always in greatest credit, and virtuous men kept under. They expelled Aristides the Just; Themistocles died in banishment; Miltiades in prison; Phocion, the most virtuous and just man of his age, though he had been chosen forty-five times to be their general, yet he was put to death with all his friends, kindred, and servants, by the fury of the people, without sentence, accusation, or any cause at all.

- Sir Robert Filmer, Patriarcha.

Ask them if the remember Barry O'Bannon

One of the curious things about Obama is that none of his Columbia classmates seem to remember him. Mencius Moldbug has been trying to figure out why, and his theories, as always, are interesting, but I revealed the real reason no one from Columbia remembers Obama a year ago.

Speaking of Obama, as you probably already know Steve Sailer has written an entertaining and informative book about Barack Hussein Obama called America’s Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama’s "Story Of Race And Inheritance, and for a limited time you can download it for free.

Sunday, October 19, 2008


October 19th: Colin Powell endorses Barry Hussein Obama, claims race has nothing to do with it.

October 16th:
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell performed this week with the Nigerian hip-hop group Olu Maintain at London's Royal Albert Hall.

The Times of London said Powell, 71, surprised the crowd at the Africa Rising music and fashion festival by singing and doing a version of the Nigerian dance Yahoozee Tuesday night.

"I stand before you tonight as an African-American," The Times quoted Powell as telling the audience. "Many people say to me, 'You became secretary of state of the USA., is it really necessary to say you are an African-American, or that you are black?' And I say, 'Yes,' so that we can remind our children. It took a lot of people struggling to bring me to this point in history. I didn't just drop out of the sky. People came from my continent in chains. There's no reason a new Africa can't be created right here and now."
UPDATE: Why is it called the Yahoozee dance? Nigerian Mbaskei Martin explains [emphasis added]:
A cross examination of the global perspective on 'yahooism'(cyber crimes and fraud)and yahooist (perpetrator), is tantamount to consideration and examination of same.

“Yahooism” is an act of cyber crime that defrauds unsuspecting victims in foreign countries of their hard – earned money. In some instances, the unsuspecting victim is used to defraud banks, postal agencies, shops, etc. The yahooist (perpetrator) sends fake cheques or postal money orders to victims in either of the following countries: Canada, United States of America, United Kingdom and other European Countries, Asia as the case maybe. When the cheques or money order are cashed, the victim is told to send the money through western union money transfer in Nigeria...

In Nigeria today, cyber crimes has found its roots in the society. Like a cankerworm it has eaten deeply in the society and finally been accepted by thesame society. It is difficult to deny youth support of the menace with yahoozee shirts, yahoozee dance steps, yahoozee songs from the likes of Olu Maintain and even some young people identify themselves as yahoo boys and girls.
Colin Powell dancing and rapping like an ass in celebration of Nigerian email scams.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Final debate notes some T-shirts that are very unacceptable

Thank you. Reform. Plan. Joe the Plumber. I'm not happy about either, in fact, some T-shirts that are very unacceptable.Years. Invest. Crisis. Thank you. Wurzelbacher.

No substance in the debate. Listening to it McCain sounded defeated. The exchange about the John Lewis smear was particularly pathetic. McCain was needy, he wanted Obama and Lewis to approve of him, and he’s hurt and confused they don’t. Obama sounded smug, at times not able to fully suppress a nasty quality.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Debate notes

McCain proposes having the government buy everyone’s mortgage. This may sound like socialism, and it would be socialism if Obama proposed it, but make no mistake, it’s not socialism, because Maverick! Maverick! Maverick! UPDATE:  As I was saying...

McLogic: Don’t vote for a Democrat, vote for me...so I can reach across the aisle and work with Democrats.

Obama says “annnnd” a lot annnnd it’s annnnnoying.

Both candidates promise to replace oil with ‘alternative energy’. What a terrific idea. Why has no one thought of it before? The solution has been there all along. Rapple dapple! It’s replaced, baby! How you like us now, Mussulmen? We done dumped your oil for our greeny alterno-power.

A lot of baldies on the citizen’s panel. Is that for McCain’s benefit, or to mock him? That one baldy looks like Trent Dilfer. Did Dilfer ever get to ask a question? Because I’m leaving to get drunk...

If they can replace oil with ‘alternative energy’, why can’t they replace cars with flying cars?

If they can replace oil with ‘alternative energy’, why can’t they find a cure for baldness?

Campaign predictions: approaching macaca

Predictably, McCain’s media allies are beginning to turn on him. Prepare yourself for the hilarious moment I foresaw in February:
At some crucial point in the campaign one of McCain’s sycophants in the media will undergo a "crisis of conscience" and feel compelled to report some of McCain’s off the record off-color remarks.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Bailout (I wish I could)

If Paulson had proposed spending $700 billion to blow up the moon in order to save the economy, Democrats would hesitate unless some of the money were routed to ACORN, Republicans would refuse unless a few tax cuts were sprinkled in. That something might be done other than blowing up the moon would not occur to the lot of them.