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From the New York Times news section in 2018:

‘All I Did Was Be Black’: Police Are Called on College Student Eating Lunch
By Daniel Victor
Aug. 2, 2018

Smith College’s president apologized this week after a campus employee called the police on a black student and said she “seemed to be out of place” as she ate lunch and read in a common area.

The student, Oumou Kanoute, was on a break from her on-campus job on Tuesday when she was approached by a campus police officer responding to the call, the college said in a statement. The officer found nothing suspicious about her.

“I did nothing wrong, I wasn’t making any noise or bothering anyone,” she wrote on Facebook. “All I did was be black.”

The encounter was the latest example of a black person encountering unwarranted police scrutiny in recent months. The list already included napping in a dorm lounge, shopping for clothes, leaving an Airbnb, golfing and sitting in a Starbucks.

Each incident shared a catalyst: Someone considered black people going about their everyday lives to be suspicious or dangerous enough to call the police. On Facebook, Ms. Kanoute noted that the person who called the police did not approach her first.

“I am blown away at the fact that I cannot even sit down and eat lunch peacefully,” she wrote.

The employee who placed the call to the police was placed on leave pending an investigation, the college announced on Friday.

In a statement on Thursday, Kathleen McCartney, Smith’s president, apologized to Ms. Kanoute and said that “we continue to fall short even as we continue to make progress.”

“This painful incident reminds us of the ongoing legacy of racism and bias in which people of color are targeted while simply going about the business of their daily lives,” Ms. McCartney said. “It is a powerful reminder that building an inclusive, diverse and sustainable community is urgent and ongoing work.” …

Ms. Kanoute, who did not respond to a Facebook message, wrote that the person who called the police was a white employee. She appealed to Smith to identify the caller, which the college has declined to do, citing campus policy.

She said the person had reported her as a “suspicious black male sitting in the common room.” In audio snippets that she posted on Facebook, she speaks cordially to the officer.

“We were wondering why you were here,” the officer says.

“I was eating lunch,” she responds. “I’m working the summer program so I was just relaxing on the couch.”

She wrote that the officer apologized on behalf of the caller, whom she described as “the racist punk who called the police on me for absolutely nothing.”

“From the doorway he didn’t know who it was,” the officer says in the audio.

“It’s O.K.,” she responds. “It’s just like, kind of stuff like this happens way too often, where people just feel, like, threatened.”

She wrote that she was “very nervous, and had a complete meltdown after this incident.”

“No student of color should have to explain why they belong at prestigious white institutions,” she wrote. “I worked my hardest to get into Smith, and I deserve to feel safe on my campus.”

Now, from the New York Times news section in 2021:

Inside a Battle Over Race, Class and Power at Smith College

A student said she was racially profiled while eating in a college dorm. An investigation found no evidence of bias. But the incident will not fade away.

Smith College is an elite 145-year-old liberal arts college, where tuition, room and board top $78,000 a year and where the employees who keep the school running often come from working-class neighborhoods.

By Michael Powell
Feb. 24, 2021

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — In midsummer of 2018, Oumou Kanoute, a Black student at Smith College, recounted a distressing American tale: She was eating lunch in a dorm lounge when a janitor and a campus police officer walked over and asked her what she was doing there.

The officer, who could have been carrying a “lethal weapon,” left her near “meltdown,” Ms. Kanoute wrote on Facebook, saying that this encounter continued a yearlong pattern of harassment at Smith.

“All I did was be Black,” Ms. Kanoute wrote. “It’s outrageous that some people question my being at Smith College, and my existence overall as a woman of color.”

The college’s president, Kathleen McCartney, offered profuse apologies and put the janitor on paid leave. “This painful incident reminds us of the ongoing legacy of racism and bias,” the president wrote, “in which people of color are targeted while simply going about the business of their ordinary lives.”

The New York Times, The Washington Post and CNN picked up the story of a young female student harassed by white workers. The American Civil Liberties Union, which took the student’s case, said she was profiled for “eating while Black.”

Less attention was paid three months later when a law firm hired by Smith College to investigate the episode found no persuasive evidence of bias. Ms. Kanoute was determined to have eaten in a deserted dorm that had been closed for the summer; the janitor had been encouraged to notify security if he saw unauthorized people there. The officer, like all campus police, was unarmed.

Smith College officials emphasized “reconciliation and healing” after the incident. In the months to come they announced a raft of anti-bias training for all staff, a revamped and more sensitive campus police force and the creation of dormitories — as demanded by Ms. Kanoute and her A.C.L.U. lawyer — set aside for Black students and other students of color.

But they did not offer any public apology or amends to the workers whose lives were gravely disrupted by the student’s accusation.

This is a tale of how race, class and power collided at the elite 145-year-old liberal arts college, where tuition, room and board top $78,000 a year and where the employees who keep the school running often come from working-class enclaves beyond the school’s elegant wrought iron gates. The story highlights the tensions between a student’s deeply felt sense of personal truth and facts that are at odds with it.

Those tensions come at a time when few in the Smith community feel comfortable publicly questioning liberal orthodoxy on race and identity, and some professors worry the administration is too deferential to its increasingly emboldened students.

“My perception is that if you’re on the wrong side of issues of identity politics, you’re not just mistaken, you’re evil,” said James Miller, an economics professor at Smith College and a conservative. …

Faculty members, however, pointed to a pattern that they say reflects the college’s growing timidity in the face of allegations from students, especially around the issue of race and ethnicity. In 2016, students denounced faculty at Smith’s social work program as racist after some professors questioned whether admissions standards for the program had been lowered and this was affecting the quality of the field work. Dennis Miehls, one of the professors they decried, left the school not long after. …

The atmosphere at Smith is gaining attention nationally, in part because a recently resigned employee of the school, Jodi Shaw, has attracted a fervent YouTube following by decrying what she sees as the college’s insistence that its white employees, through anti-bias training, accept the theory of structural racism.

“Stop demanding that I admit to white privilege, and work on my so-called implicit bias as a condition of my continued employment,” Ms. Shaw, who is also a 1993 graduate of Smith and who worked in the residential life department, said in one of her videos. After months of clashing with the administration, Ms. Shaw resigned last week and appears likely to sue the school, calling it a “racially hostile workplace.” …

Student workers were not supposed to use the Tyler cafeteria, which was reserved for a summer camp program for young children. Jackie Blair, a veteran cafeteria employee, mentioned that to Ms. Kanoute when she saw her getting lunch there and then decided to drop it. Staff members dance carefully around rule enforcement for fear students will lodge complaints.

“We used to joke, don’t let a rich student report you, because if you do, you’re gone,” said Mark Patenaude, a janitor.

Ms. Kanoute took her food and then walked through a set of French doors, crossed a foyer and reclined in the shadowed lounge of a dormitory closed for the summer, where she scrolled the web as she ate. A large stuffed bear obscured the view of her from the cafeteria.

A janitor, who was in his 60s and poor of sight, was emptying garbage cans when he noticed someone in that closed lounge. All involved with the summer camp were required to have state background checks and campus police had advised staff it was wisest to call security rather than confront strangers on their own.

The janitor, who had worked at Smith for 35 years, dialed security.

“We have a person sitting there laying down in the living room,” the janitor told a dispatcher according to a transcript. “I didn’t approach her or anything but he seems out of place.”

The janitor had noticed Ms. Kanoute’s Black skin but made no mention of that to the dispatcher. Ms. Kanoute was in the shadows; he was not sure if he was looking at a man or woman. She would later accuse the janitor of “misgendering” her.

A well-known older campus security officer drove over to the dorm. He recognized Ms. Kanoute as a student and they had a brief and polite conversation, which she recorded. He apologized for bothering her and she spoke to him of her discomfort: “Stuff like this happens way too often, where people just feel, like, threatened.”

That night Ms. Kanoute wrote a Facebook post: “It’s outrageous that some people question my being at Smith, and my existence overall as a woman of color.”

Her two-paragraph post hit Smith College like an electric charge. President McCartney weighed in a day later. “I begin by offering the student involved my deepest apology that this incident occurred,” she wrote. “And to assure her that she belongs in all Smith places.”

Ms. McCartney did not speak to the accused employees and put the janitor on paid leave that day.

… Ms. McCartney appeared intent on making no such missteps in 2018. In an interview, she said that Ms. Kanoute deserved an apology and swift action, even before the investigation was undertaken. “It was appropriate to apologize,” Ms. McCartney said. “She is living in a context of ‘living while Black’ incidents.”

The school’s workers felt scapegoated.

… The repercussions spread. Three weeks after the incident at Tyler House, Ms. Blair, the cafeteria worker, received an email from a reporter at The Boston Globe asking her to comment on why she called security on Ms. Kanoute for “eating while Black.” That puzzled her; what did she have to do with this?

The food services director called the next morning. “Jackie,” he said, “you’re on Facebook.” She found that Ms. Kanoute had posted her photograph, name and email, along with that of Mr. Patenaude, a 21-year Smith employee and janitor.

“This is the racist person,” Ms. Kanoute wrote of Ms. Blair, adding that Mr. Patenaude too was guilty. (He in fact worked an early shift that day and had already gone home at the time of the incident.) Ms. Kanoute also lashed the Smith administration. “They’re essentially enabling racist, cowardly acts.”

Ms. Blair has lupus, a disease of the immune system, and stress triggers episodes. She felt faint. “Oh my God, I didn’t do this,” she told a friend. “I exchanged a hello with that student and now I’m a racist.”

Ms. Blair was born and raised and lives in Northampton with her husband, a mechanic, and makes about $40,000 a year. Within days of being accused by Ms. Kanoute, she said, she found notes in her mailbox and taped to her car window. “RACIST” read one. People called her at home. “You should be ashamed of yourself,” a caller said. “You don’t deserve to live,” said another.

Smith College put out a short statement noting that Ms. Blair had not placed the phone call to security but did not absolve her of broader responsibility. Ms. McCartney called her and briefly apologized. That apology was not made public.

… On Oct. 28, 2018, Ms. McCartney released a 35-page report from a law firm with a specialty in discrimination investigations. The report cleared Ms. Blair altogether and found no sufficient evidence of discrimination by anyone else involved, including the janitor who called campus police.

Still, Ms. McCartney said the report validated Ms. Kanoute’s lived experience, notably the fear she felt at the sight of the police officer. “I suspect many of you will conclude, as did I,” she wrote, “it is impossible to rule out the potential role of implicit racial bias.”

The report said Ms. Kanoute could not point to anything that supported the claim she made on Facebook of a yearlong “pattern of discrimination.”

Ms. McCartney offered no public apology to the employees after the report was released. “We were gobsmacked — four people’s lives wrecked, two were employees of more than 35 years and no apology,” said Tracey Putnam Culver, a Smith graduate who recently retired from the college’s facilities management department. “How do you rationalize that?”

 
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  1. I’m just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @James Speaks


    She looks so peaceful and accommodating.
     
    Like so many of our New Class of Migrant, she learned the ropes quickly.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blm-rakes-in-90-million-in-2020/#comment-4490455

    PS to Steve: the womyn of Bryn Mawr and Mount Holyoke would like to have a word with you.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Anon

    , @JimDandy
    @James Speaks

    So... people weren't supposed to be in that room. She went in there anyway. Then, after a security guard showed up and timidly and obsequiously asked her what was up, she cried racism from every rooftop and became a national sensation. What an amazing chain of events! Some people are just lucky, I guess.

    Replies: @anonymousperson

    , @AnotherDad
    @James Speaks

    I read this a day or two back when someone posted the link.

    BTW, thanks whoever that was--Steve, as i think this is good example of these phony minoritarian "racism!" dramas that we are now deluged with. I plan to pass it on to my kids for their education as all the elements are there:
    -- black, doing something or another, having minor/trivial confrontation
    -- no actual racism involved
    -- woman ... taking it very personally
    -- phony "threatened"
    -- using social media to cry racism!
    -- weepy, woe-is-you compliance, rollover by good-white "authorities"
    -- abuse--denunciation, suspension, dismissal--of white proles
    -- lavish new indoctrination program
    -- giving in to any other whiny demands
    -- investigation revealing fraud/nothing of substance
    -- no apologies forthcoming by black/female liar nor good-white authorities
    -- no dismissal--nor any consequences--of black/female liar
    ...

    Then after reading, i looked up her picture and sure enough, that element is there as well:
    -- ugly black woman working out her resentments

    and bonus
    -- ugly immigrant black woman who has quickly snapped onto the grift to be had in America under the yoke of Jewish minoritarianism.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Jack D, @RonaldB

    , @Escher
    @James Speaks

    https://youtu.be/prn-caOIJ9s

    , @Gordo
    @James Speaks

    Yes, can see her riding the back of a Hi-Lux with a heavy machine gun.

    , @Ed
    @James Speaks

    Ugly, just ugly.

    , @Mike_from_SGV
    @James Speaks

    You take one look at someone like this and you immediately say "Trouble".

    , @inertial
    @James Speaks

    From NYT:


    The janitor, who had worked at Smith for 35 years, dialed security... [He] was not sure if he was looking at a man or woman. She would later accuse the janitor of “misgendering” her.
     
    I can't see why.
    , @Hannah Katz
    @James Speaks

    It looks like the "victims" are increasingly turning out to be predators, waiting for an opportunity to pounce.

    Replies: @CCZ

    , @Mike Tre
    @James Speaks

    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of entitlement looks like, this is it.

    Replies: @James Speaks

    , @anon
    @James Speaks

    https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/resting-bitch-face

    , @Ron Mexico
    @James Speaks

    Bill Duke's daughter?

    , @Paperback Writer
    @James Speaks

    Here's a great example of what I was referring to.

    She's an idiot. She played the race card like a scoundrel goes to patriotism.

    But it's her looks that get her the stick hereabouts.

    So stupid.

    Replies: @anon

  2. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: This is the second time Pelosi’s tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She’s tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here’s Wiki’s page about Biden’s address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    • Thanks: Alden
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.
     
    No apologies for Biden or all his--utterly lame--it's too dangerous, hysteria.

    However, the constitution does not require this yearly dog-n-pony. In fact, "the state of the union" has become a spectacle that is something of an--a minor--affront to good republican government.

    The Constitution merely requires he make a report when he deems proper, likewise make recommendations for measures to take. Article II, Section 3:

    He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive Ambassadors and other public Ministers; he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed, and shall Commission all the Officers of the United States.
     

    Replies: @Ganderson

    , @additionalMike
    @Anon

    The same thing occurred to me, Mr. Anon. Either Pelosi (1) thinks Biden is not competent to bear this responsibility (a legitimate concern, if founded), or (2) she wants a share of the power, or (3) she wants to interfere with our ability to respond to an act of war in order to benefit the Chinese...which of course, would make it more likely that an act of war would occur.

    My guess is that it is (2), particularly in light of your comment that she has tried to do this before.

    I suppose it is also barely possible that she has a "No Nukes" kind of view, in which impeding our ability to make a nuclear response will avoid catastrophe and is a good thing in itself. Of course, that would be a principled, although wrongheaded position. I'll admit that the words "principled" and "Pelosi" don't seem to go together.

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Anon


    the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money
     
    Not surprising. We can plan on Xi using the US military as a cudgel while the PLA, PLAN, and PLAAF are held in reserve.

    I wonder if the coordinated Cuomo shiv is because he asked Xi for a Pelosi level payday.


    they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan)
     
    Taiwan is far too valuable to be nuked. That would only be done as a scorched earth option to deny Formosa to the victorious side.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution.
     
    The controllers know the guy can't make through two minutes of stable speech.

    They also know the vast majority of insouciant Americans could care less about the SOTU address.

    , @El Dato
    @Anon


    My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.
     
    1) Nuclear arsenals don't work that way. It's not like a car where you "break into" and drive away.
    2) "Having control" means having "politicial control". If you asked La Pelosi details about the nukes, she would say something about diversity and beautiful sunday. She won't have any "data".

    Plus, "the arsenal" is quite diverse. There are minuteman silos with remote control, submarines with direct control, Obama's cheerful trillion-dollar poppers dropped from planes, the stuff you put on cruise missiles etc.

    Now go back to something serious.

    Replies: @Cortes

    , @Art Deco
    @Anon

    He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @Jack D
    @Anon

    Ha, you thought that the Wikipedia Leftists would allow this page to remain up? Fuggedaboutit. Honestly though it it really an ephemeral news story and doesn't belong in an encyclopedia , not that Wikipedia doesn't have a lot of ephemera when it suits the reigning Leftists.

    Here is a "fact check" on Biden's SOTU. It is reasonably factual even though the motive is clearly to defend Biden's [non]actions:

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/02/24/fact-check-state-union-has-no-annual-requirement-deadline/4575682001/

    The bottom line is that:

    1. Most incoming Presidents do not deliver a SOTU speech in their first year.

    2. However, the last 6 presidents did deliver speeches to a joint session of Congress in lieu of a SOTU in their 1st year - this is basically the same thing.

    3. There is no requirement that the joint speech (or even the SOTU) be delivered before the end of February, or at all for that matter, but Biden had previously indicated that he would do so. But he seems to have changed him mind and now the speech will be delivered in March, probably after the passage of the Covid relief bill.

    4. This is really a non-story. There is going to be plenty to criticize about Biden's presidency but this is not one of them. The Left is going to shout "nothing to see here - move on" a lot but this time they are right and the criticism is unwarranted. Save your ammunition for when Biden really screws up, which surely won't be long.

    , @Known Fact
    @Anon

    The real comedy would be Nancy and Kamala sitting up there behind Joe, trying to keep a straight face. Pelosi should rip his speech in half just for the non-partisan lulz

    , @Ron Mexico
    @Anon

    Trump is giving the SOTU at CPAC today.

  3. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    She looks so peaceful and accommodating.

    Like so many of our New Class of Migrant, she learned the ropes quickly.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blm-rakes-in-90-million-in-2020/#comment-4490455

    PS to Steve: the womyn of Bryn Mawr and Mount Holyoke would like to have a word with you.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Polistra

    Yeah, why spend $70,000 bucks a year to send her to Smith?

    There are softball leagues in basically every town.

    , @Anon
    @Polistra

    Related to Bryn Mawr: "A student mob took over Bryn Mawr. The College said Thank You."

    https://quillette.com/2020/12/27/a-student-mob-took-over-bryn-mawr-the-college-said-thank-you/

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  4. Reward hysterical fingerpointing, get more hysterical fingerpointing.

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @R.G. Camara

    Amen. It's not open season on "townies", it's open season on Whites.

    This schitt colored she-beast, dumb as she is, knows the drill. Getting a righteous White person to tell her/make her STFU, with that White hero being backed up to the hilt by his or her own kind, is the answer. Step Two is getting all these vermin out of our country.

    The kniggbo ho in the story wouldn't be so eloquent as this gentleman, but she understands:

    “You probe with bayonets. Probe, probe--always be probing: if you find mush, you push. If you find steel, you withdraw”

    Vladimir Ilich Lenin

  5. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    So… people weren’t supposed to be in that room. She went in there anyway. Then, after a security guard showed up and timidly and obsequiously asked her what was up, she cried racism from every rooftop and became a national sensation. What an amazing chain of events! Some people are just lucky, I guess.

    • Agree: anonymousperson
    • Replies: @anonymousperson
    @JimDandy

    So if a black person goes into a room that nobody is supposed to be allowed in and you are white you should do nothing or risk being accused of "racism".

  6. Shoulda been able to tell from 50 yards that this wasn’t American Royalty, and posed no danger to anyone.

  7. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    No apologies for Biden or all his–utterly lame–it’s too dangerous, hysteria.

    However, the constitution does not require this yearly dog-n-pony. In fact, “the state of the union” has become a spectacle that is something of an–a minor–affront to good republican government.

    The Constitution merely requires he make a report when he deems proper, likewise make recommendations for measures to take. Article II, Section 3:

    He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive Ambassadors and other public Ministers; he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed, and shall Commission all the Officers of the United States.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @AnotherDad

    Who was the first to turn the SOTU address into a dog and pony show? My memory says Reagan, but that’s a guess.

    Replies: @anon

  8. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    I read this a day or two back when someone posted the link.

    BTW, thanks whoever that was–Steve, as i think this is good example of these phony minoritarian “racism!” dramas that we are now deluged with. I plan to pass it on to my kids for their education as all the elements are there:
    — black, doing something or another, having minor/trivial confrontation
    — no actual racism involved
    — woman … taking it very personally
    — phony “threatened”
    — using social media to cry racism!
    — weepy, woe-is-you compliance, rollover by good-white “authorities”
    — abuse–denunciation, suspension, dismissal–of white proles
    — lavish new indoctrination program
    — giving in to any other whiny demands
    — investigation revealing fraud/nothing of substance
    — no apologies forthcoming by black/female liar nor good-white authorities
    — no dismissal–nor any consequences–of black/female liar

    Then after reading, i looked up her picture and sure enough, that element is there as well:
    — ugly black woman working out her resentments

    and bonus
    — ugly immigrant black woman who has quickly snapped onto the grift to be had in America under the yoke of Jewish minoritarianism.

    • Thanks: cronkitsche
    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @AnotherDad

    Every even slightly negative interaction between black and white is now going to be defined as white racism. Actually this has been true for quite some time.

    , @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    You were doing well until you got to the end. Jews had nothing to do with this little drama. It was completely gratuitous for you to drag them into this. The President of Smith who led the frenzy of groveling to Africans is named Kathleen McCartney. Doesn't seem like a very Jewish name to me.

    Calling everything you don't like "Jewish" (Jewish minoritarianism, Jewish Bolshevism, etc.) is not really helpful. There are plenty of minoritarians and Bolsheviks who are not Jewish and plenty of Jews who are not minoritarians or Bolsheviks. If minoritarianism or Bolshevism are bad (and they are) then they are not in need of further adjectives to make them superbad.

    It's also a lie. Modern day minoritarianism considers the Jews to be just another group of privileged white people and Zionism to be a form of racism. Ms. Kanoute (who is probably Muslim) would consider it to be an insult for you to label her ideology as "Jewish minoritarianism". It's "African minoritarianism", thank you.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @RonaldB
    @AnotherDad

    There's another factor.

    An unqualified black gains admission to a prestige university through fuzzying up the admission requirements. The unqualified black then struggles to maintain grades, retreating to obviously dumbed-down ethnic studies classes. But the black student feels out of place because she is out of place, intellectually.

    So, the road to distinction and importance is to jump on a popular train where she's the center of attention. It's a temporary boost, as she knows once she re-enters her classes the same issues will pop up and she won't understand 2/3 of what she hears.

    In a sense, she really is the victim of white discrimination. To boost their statistics, they put a possibly perfectly competent black student in an environment where she is guaranteed to fail.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

  9. Where’s Willie Horton these days? He could now stroll through the Smith College dorms without the slightest fear of being stopped by anyone.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Rob McX

    I'm sure the Willie Horton brigades are taking notes.

    I wonder what is the general response from the denizens of Smith college: do they start carrying knee pads and prayer rugs for the mandatory worship session whenever in the presence of royalty? Do they study and learn even more obsequious apologies? Or are they crafting lifestyles and choices that route them away from being very close to such as this?

  10. Time for another beer summit.

    • Replies: @mc23
    @black sea

    I think I would need to down a lot of beer in a summit with her.

    , @MBlanc46
    @black sea

    Smith College. Make it Chardonnay.

  11. That’s some decent follow-up reporting, a rarity these days. Two years late and a dollar short.

    • Replies: @Roderick Spode
    @MajorSeventh

    My thought was similar.

    Why did the New York times cover this development, which pertains to an incident they had unquestioningly identified as racial discrimination two years ago, so prominently? Not only are they drawing attention to the egg on their own faces, they are also directly undermining the racial narrative to which they have been so committed for many years now.

    And not only that, but their coverage explicitly brings to the fore the tension between privileged non-White identity politics activists and the White working class-- echoing what is more or less the ultimate Trumpist/WN/Dirtbag Left critique of the reigning ideology.

    This seems a major deviation from the NYT game plan. Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    , @Dan Hayes
    @MajorSeventh

    Rest assured that Michael Powell, the NYT author of the "decent follow-up reporting", will shortly be offered the opportunity of pursuing new ventures (ie, he will be sacked!).

  12. She said the person had reported her as a “suspicious black male sitting in the common room.”

    Black women posting their Ls

    • Replies: @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @Kent Nationalist

    "Black women posting their Ls"

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Replies: @Kent Nationalist, @Desiderius, @68W58, @Neuday

  13. @Polistra
    @James Speaks


    She looks so peaceful and accommodating.
     
    Like so many of our New Class of Migrant, she learned the ropes quickly.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blm-rakes-in-90-million-in-2020/#comment-4490455

    PS to Steve: the womyn of Bryn Mawr and Mount Holyoke would like to have a word with you.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Anon

    Yeah, why spend $70,000 bucks a year to send her to Smith?

    There are softball leagues in basically every town.

    • LOL: Not Raul, Dan Hayes
  14. Now that Biden is safely elected they can start to clear open ground to stop the crazy train before it gets to them. Absolutely no chance this article would have been written had Trump won.

    Some people really do have racial paranoia or paranoid from being a tourist or immigrant. I remember once hearing a Brazilian guy (Who was very white) complain about taxis in London never stopping for him. It didn’t occur to him that it was the middle of London and almost every Taxi has or is on it’s way to a fare. People will often try to hail down a Taxi when it’s ‘Taxi’ light is off in the oft chance that the light is broken or the driver forgot to put it back on all the time but they understand this. There are a few places you have a chance to manually catch one but most of London isn’t it.

  15. @Kent Nationalist

    She said the person had reported her as a “suspicious black male sitting in the common room.”
     
    Black women posting their Ls

    Replies: @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    “Black women posting their Ls”

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    • Replies: @Kent Nationalist
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    'L' standing for loss. 'Xs posting their Ls' is a phrase used when someone has said/posted something online which reflects badly on themselves in a way which they didn't intend (recently very popular for gimmick twitter accounts).

    , @Desiderius
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    Loss.

    Twitter schadenfreude genre.

    , @68W58
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    L=Loss.

    , @Neuday
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)


    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?
     
    Search engines are a thing. I used Bing, entered "Posting their Ls", and it returned:

    "Posting Their Ls Online" social media posts that can be interpreted as if a person inadvertently admits to failing at something while not personally considering their post to be a fail story.
  16. Vermont Law School, here she comes!

  17. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

  18. @Rob McX
    Where's Willie Horton these days? He could now stroll through the Smith College dorms without the slightest fear of being stopped by anyone.

    Replies: @bomag

    I’m sure the Willie Horton brigades are taking notes.

    I wonder what is the general response from the denizens of Smith college: do they start carrying knee pads and prayer rugs for the mandatory worship session whenever in the presence of royalty? Do they study and learn even more obsequious apologies? Or are they crafting lifestyles and choices that route them away from being very close to such as this?

  19. “The rules are for Other People”.

  20. I hope the film is up to the standard of the classic Losey/Pinter set in London:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Servant_(1963_film)

    As for the “scouts”, well, let’s be honest, they’re just amusing pawns.

    • Replies: @Cortes
    @Cortes

    On reflection, Larry David would probably have a ball with the Smith College “situation”.

  21. Good Lord!
    What a cavalcade of bullshit! I’m ‘nearly’ astounded at the total B/S coming out of the USA.
    I live in Australia, which is supposed to be a complete bloody paradise for blokes at the expense of sheilas. Whilst my ‘lived experience’ is nowhere near as ‘systematically traumatic’ as this pampered little girl at the $80.000 a year ‘Ladies’ College’, I’ll give you a little ‘run-down’ of some of my ‘lived experiences’ during the course of my…life experiences.
    1) I applied for a job and a ‘sheila’ knocked me back because I was a ‘bloke’. I’m not joking, she actually said that.
    2) A female co-worker pinched my bottom. Good thing I didn’t do it to her, eh?
    3) My mates and I have been stopped several times on our way to a music venue by the police. They asked us what we were doing, why we were in the area, and took our personal details. We just assumed that there was something going on in the area that we didn’t know about.
    4) There’s so many more painful experiences….but I ain’t got the time.
    All the Best to All!
    A

  22. @Cortes
    I hope the film is up to the standard of the classic Losey/Pinter set in London:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Servant_(1963_film)

    As for the “scouts”, well, let’s be honest, they’re just amusing pawns.

    Replies: @Cortes

    On reflection, Larry David would probably have a ball with the Smith College “situation”.

  23. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    Yes, can see her riding the back of a Hi-Lux with a heavy machine gun.

  24. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    Ugly, just ugly.

  25. I have a question for people into facial recognition algorithms or anthropometric areas. Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are? There are some times I can’t tell if a white person is male or female, but they are very rare. With blacks, I often have to sex them by biologically body fat distribution, beards, or baldness. Of course, I can sex them socially by hairstyle, clothes, and nails. For a woman like me. Amoumou(don’t remember, not scrolling up), probably because she does not use hair treatments like black American women, it is not obvious to me that she is a woman at all.

    Am I just a racist? Can machine vision sorting algorithms separate black males and females?

    • Thanks: cronkitsche
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Rob


    Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are?
     
    No, they are less dimorphic which, as you correctly infer, makes facial recognition less accurate for black faces.
    , @Monsieur Sandwich
    @Rob

    When wearing a weave and make-up, I find black trans women (like Laverne Cox below) often look almost indistinguishable from biological black women. You rarely see this with white trans women, the face always seems off and if not it’s the body shape. I wonder if this accounts for the higher murder rate of black trans women after a black guy takes them home and discovers all is not as it seemed.

    Trans:
    https://pyxis-nymag-com.cdn.ampproject.org/i/s/pyxis.nymag.com/v1/imgs/cd1/36f/eaeef97a808cff45b140c5f7079db7fffb-laverne-cox.rsquare.w1200.jpg

    Bio woman:
    https://imagesvc.meredithcorp.io/v3/mm/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fstatic.onecms.io%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fsites%2F20%2F2019%2F01%2Foprah-winfrey-2-2000.jpg

    , @Dry heavz
    @Rob

    Harambe!

  26. Ms. Kanoute libeled some folk … there has to be an ambulance chaser who will take the case to shake a few shekels out of her.

  27. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @Kent Nationalist

    "Black women posting their Ls"

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Replies: @Kent Nationalist, @Desiderius, @68W58, @Neuday

    ‘L’ standing for loss. ‘Xs posting their Ls’ is a phrase used when someone has said/posted something online which reflects badly on themselves in a way which they didn’t intend (recently very popular for gimmick twitter accounts).

  28. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    You take one look at someone like this and you immediately say “Trouble”.

  29. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    The same thing occurred to me, Mr. Anon. Either Pelosi (1) thinks Biden is not competent to bear this responsibility (a legitimate concern, if founded), or (2) she wants a share of the power, or (3) she wants to interfere with our ability to respond to an act of war in order to benefit the Chinese…which of course, would make it more likely that an act of war would occur.

    My guess is that it is (2), particularly in light of your comment that she has tried to do this before.

    I suppose it is also barely possible that she has a “No Nukes” kind of view, in which impeding our ability to make a nuclear response will avoid catastrophe and is a good thing in itself. Of course, that would be a principled, although wrongheaded position. I’ll admit that the words “principled” and “Pelosi” don’t seem to go together.

  30. Now that Trump’s gone some voices on the left seem to be urging pulling back a little on the all out race war on whitey. Won’t be able to though, hatred of whites is what holds multiracial America together.

  31. This is a tale of how race, class and power collided at the elite 145-year-old liberal arts college.

    Yes, race “collided” at Smith College. They use the word “collided” here the way a physicist would describe a black bowling ball dropped from the Empire State Building onto a white body on the sidewalk below as a “collision” – technically accurate yet somehow not quite to the point.

  32. @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.
     
    No apologies for Biden or all his--utterly lame--it's too dangerous, hysteria.

    However, the constitution does not require this yearly dog-n-pony. In fact, "the state of the union" has become a spectacle that is something of an--a minor--affront to good republican government.

    The Constitution merely requires he make a report when he deems proper, likewise make recommendations for measures to take. Article II, Section 3:

    He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in Case of Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive Ambassadors and other public Ministers; he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed, and shall Commission all the Officers of the United States.
     

    Replies: @Ganderson

    Who was the first to turn the SOTU address into a dog and pony show? My memory says Reagan, but that’s a guess.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Ganderson

    Who was the first to turn the SOTU address into a dog and pony show?

    Woodrow Wilson.

  33. @AnotherDad
    @James Speaks

    I read this a day or two back when someone posted the link.

    BTW, thanks whoever that was--Steve, as i think this is good example of these phony minoritarian "racism!" dramas that we are now deluged with. I plan to pass it on to my kids for their education as all the elements are there:
    -- black, doing something or another, having minor/trivial confrontation
    -- no actual racism involved
    -- woman ... taking it very personally
    -- phony "threatened"
    -- using social media to cry racism!
    -- weepy, woe-is-you compliance, rollover by good-white "authorities"
    -- abuse--denunciation, suspension, dismissal--of white proles
    -- lavish new indoctrination program
    -- giving in to any other whiny demands
    -- investigation revealing fraud/nothing of substance
    -- no apologies forthcoming by black/female liar nor good-white authorities
    -- no dismissal--nor any consequences--of black/female liar
    ...

    Then after reading, i looked up her picture and sure enough, that element is there as well:
    -- ugly black woman working out her resentments

    and bonus
    -- ugly immigrant black woman who has quickly snapped onto the grift to be had in America under the yoke of Jewish minoritarianism.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Jack D, @RonaldB

    Every even slightly negative interaction between black and white is now going to be defined as white racism. Actually this has been true for quite some time.

  34. Mr. Sailer, I read this article when it appeared and I enjoyed your comment. You labelled this “Hate Hypochondria” (which in my view is right up there with “Undocumented Shopping”). I managed to read only a few hundred of the more than 2,000 comments, but noticed that about 70% would have easily appeared on this site. I particularly enjoyed the remarks about how the reader had to check that this wasn’t a piece in the Wall St. Journal. Commenters poured scorn on: Oumou Kanoute, on Smith College in general, and on the NY Times for getting this so wrong the first time around.

  35. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money

    Not surprising. We can plan on Xi using the US military as a cudgel while the PLA, PLAN, and PLAAF are held in reserve.

    I wonder if the coordinated Cuomo shiv is because he asked Xi for a Pelosi level payday.

    they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan)

    Taiwan is far too valuable to be nuked. That would only be done as a scorched earth option to deny Formosa to the victorious side.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution.

    The controllers know the guy can’t make through two minutes of stable speech.

    They also know the vast majority of insouciant Americans could care less about the SOTU address.

  36. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    1) Nuclear arsenals don’t work that way. It’s not like a car where you “break into” and drive away.
    2) “Having control” means having “politicial control”. If you asked La Pelosi details about the nukes, she would say something about diversity and beautiful sunday. She won’t have any “data”.

    Plus, “the arsenal” is quite diverse. There are minuteman silos with remote control, submarines with direct control, Obama’s cheerful trillion-dollar poppers dropped from planes, the stuff you put on cruise missiles etc.

    Now go back to something serious.

    • Replies: @Cortes
    @El Dato

    Control of US nuclear weapons covered in:

    https://turcopolier.com/time-to-end-the-madness/

  37. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Art Deco

    So Randy Barnett has finally won. I imagined being happier about it. 1912 was the last year for a lot of good things.

  38. “They’re essentially enabling racist, cowardly acts.”

    What we really want to know is whether things will get better after Negro Cool Story Month.

  39. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    From NYT:

    The janitor, who had worked at Smith for 35 years, dialed security… [He] was not sure if he was looking at a man or woman. She would later accuse the janitor of “misgendering” her.

    I can’t see why.

  40. Michael Powell deserves credit for doing a nicely balanced report on this PC-charged case. I wonder if he’ll be ousted from the Times over it.

  41. @black sea
    Time for another beer summit.

    Replies: @mc23, @MBlanc46

    I think I would need to down a lot of beer in a summit with her.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
  42. @MajorSeventh
    That's some decent follow-up reporting, a rarity these days. Two years late and a dollar short.

    Replies: @Roderick Spode, @Dan Hayes

    My thought was similar.

    Why did the New York times cover this development, which pertains to an incident they had unquestioningly identified as racial discrimination two years ago, so prominently? Not only are they drawing attention to the egg on their own faces, they are also directly undermining the racial narrative to which they have been so committed for many years now.

    And not only that, but their coverage explicitly brings to the fore the tension between privileged non-White identity politics activists and the White working class– echoing what is more or less the ultimate Trumpist/WN/Dirtbag Left critique of the reigning ideology.

    This seems a major deviation from the NYT game plan. Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Roderick Spode


    Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?
     
    That would be going back at least 55 years for them.

    Replies: @Roderick Spode

  43. I hope she successfully sues the college for a billion dollars.

  44. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    It looks like the “victims” are increasingly turning out to be predators, waiting for an opportunity to pounce.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @Hannah Katz

    "...turning out to be predators, waiting for an opportunity to pounce."

    Seems to be relevant to this case.

    Her LinkedIn: Research Assistant Intern
    Columbia University - Columbia School of Social Work Internship

    "This lab focuses on innovative ways to conceptualize, and measure racism. Black people have earlier onset of disease and progression in comparison to their white counterparts. Black women are more likely to die of childbirth in comparison to their white counterparts. These are the facts even when you account for education and socio-economic status. Racism is the underlying factor of all the risks mentioned above. This virtual reality lab immerses people in a virtual reality of racism to help them understand the complexities of racism. The lab allows one to feel and experience what racism is like and embody an experience that is not their own. As a future doctor and researcher I want my work to be socially and culturally competent to help and treat all patients equally despite cultural differences."

    See also gave a number of high profile interviews, for example WashPost, and was featured on the ACLU "racial justice" web site.

    https://www.aclu.org/blog/racial-justice/race-and-criminal-justice/smith-college-employee-called-police-me-eating-lunch

    Her actions at Smith College did not seem to be "socially and culturally competent...despite cultural differences."

  45. From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

    The last one missed was 1977, understandably because Carter was a new president with no experience in Washington. By that time, Biden had already had several years behind him. He was Vice President just four years and a few weeks ago.

    This is one of those things that perfectly legal, but suspicious nonetheless. He can’t last an hour in public?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Reg Cæsar

    Not just Carter - incoming Presidents customarily do not deliver SOTU speeches in their first year. However, the last six incoming Presidents after Carter delivered speeches to a joint session of Congress in February. Technically those are not SOTUs. While 6 in a row is enough to establish a custom, I really don't see it as a big deal if Biden does it in March. If he doesn't do it at all, you can nip at his heels but I don't see a couple of weeks of delay as a big deal. I realize that the Left cut Trump zero slack but these petty little criticisms don't really serve anyone well.

    There have been people here saying that Biden was senile since the beginning of primary season and that he would never make it thru the primary debates or the debates with Trump or the Inauguration and that he would collapse onto the floor in a steaming pile of incoherent babbling and urine and it has not happened and it will not happen. Yes, Joe is getting on in years and was never the sharpest knife in the drawer to begin with but there's still enough of him left to read a speech from a teleprompter (with only a little stumbling).

    Replies: @Pericles, @Nicholas Stix

    , @JMcG
    @Reg Cæsar

    Didn’t the head of some heavily armed federal agency state that the Right was planning an attack on our assembled betters?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  46. Perhaps it is time for the Oberlin treatment for these Goodwhites, and most certainly for the African Queen with her shakedown ploy. Strip these bitches of lots of money, and hopefully, their jobs and social standing.

    Those employees, doing what they had been told was their job, should not have to take this shit from these virtue-signaling morons. Do they have a union, and if yes, where the fuck are they when these workers are getting abused like this?

    So, why the follow-up to the original story by the NYT? Maybe a little nervousness about the forces that their Jewish Minoritarianism has been shown to unleash, and the possible negative effects on the power structure that has worked pretty well for your tribe’s benefit?

    Every_Single_Time with the overshoot, and no lesson learned. Undermine a high-functioning society out of spite, and not only imperil your own position, but make the other members of that formerly high-functioning society – an unsually trusting one at that which granted equal access to the levers of power – notice who worked so very hard to blow it to bits in a maniacal compulsion to dominate and degrade those who were so ill-advised as to trust the tribe?

    There are lots of jews happy to be here in a place that has overall been one of the best places historically for them to be as a minority. But the reflexive rallying to the defense of those with far less commendable motives as members of this society links them to the very behaviors that undermine their high degree of acceptance. It’s transparent minoritarianism disguised as tikkun olam, and screw the right of the majority to peaceful enjoyment of the Republic.

  47. Meanwhile, at Bryn Mawr, another of the Seven Sisters…

    “A Student Mob Took Over Bryn Mawr. The College Said Thank You.”

    https://quillette.com/2020/12/27/a-student-mob-took-over-bryn-mawr-the-college-said-thank-you/

  48. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @Kent Nationalist

    "Black women posting their Ls"

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Replies: @Kent Nationalist, @Desiderius, @68W58, @Neuday

    Loss.

    Twitter schadenfreude genre.

  49. a campus employee called the police on a black student and said she “seemed to be out of place”

    Someone named “Oumou Kanoutè” is out of place in America.

    The name comes from Mali, a country with the unfortunate shape of a toilet bowl.


    In fairness to that country, I knew a few of her citizens studying here 30 years ago and they were perfectly fine, if alien. Wherever Miss Kanoutè was born, she probably had spent some time in the West before attending Smith.

    A Minneapolis kid whose parents sent him to Somalia for education was beaten to death before long. One of my Somali co-workers surmised that he had picked up bad habits in America and had mouthed off to the teacher. They still have discipline in Africa.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ha! Even as Mr. Geography, I never noticed that, Reg. So you've got Moslems up there in the tank, and your Christian and other regular Africans in the bowl. What does the blue Tidy-Bowl dispenser represent, the UN?

    , @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar

    Princess Kanoute commanding the tide to try to be less white. To get admitted ro these places you have to already understand the intricacies of hydrodynamics.

  50. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @Kent Nationalist

    "Black women posting their Ls"

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Replies: @Kent Nationalist, @Desiderius, @68W58, @Neuday

    L=Loss.

  51. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @Kent Nationalist

    "Black women posting their Ls"

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Replies: @Kent Nationalist, @Desiderius, @68W58, @Neuday

    Forgive my obtuseness, but what does this mean (and what is an L)?

    Search engines are a thing. I used Bing, entered “Posting their Ls”, and it returned:

    “Posting Their Ls Online” social media posts that can be interpreted as if a person inadvertently admits to failing at something while not personally considering their post to be a fail story.

  52. @Rob
    I have a question for people into facial recognition algorithms or anthropometric areas. Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are? There are some times I can’t tell if a white person is male or female, but they are very rare. With blacks, I often have to sex them by biologically body fat distribution, beards, or baldness. Of course, I can sex them socially by hairstyle, clothes, and nails. For a woman like me. Amoumou(don’t remember, not scrolling up), probably because she does not use hair treatments like black American women, it is not obvious to me that she is a woman at all.

    Am I just a racist? Can machine vision sorting algorithms separate black males and females?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Monsieur Sandwich, @Dry heavz

    Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are?

    No, they are less dimorphic which, as you correctly infer, makes facial recognition less accurate for black faces.

  53. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    Ha, you thought that the Wikipedia Leftists would allow this page to remain up? Fuggedaboutit. Honestly though it it really an ephemeral news story and doesn’t belong in an encyclopedia , not that Wikipedia doesn’t have a lot of ephemera when it suits the reigning Leftists.

    Here is a “fact check” on Biden’s SOTU. It is reasonably factual even though the motive is clearly to defend Biden’s [non]actions:

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/02/24/fact-check-state-union-has-no-annual-requirement-deadline/4575682001/

    The bottom line is that:

    1. Most incoming Presidents do not deliver a SOTU speech in their first year.

    2. However, the last 6 presidents did deliver speeches to a joint session of Congress in lieu of a SOTU in their 1st year – this is basically the same thing.

    3. There is no requirement that the joint speech (or even the SOTU) be delivered before the end of February, or at all for that matter, but Biden had previously indicated that he would do so. But he seems to have changed him mind and now the speech will be delivered in March, probably after the passage of the Covid relief bill.

    4. This is really a non-story. There is going to be plenty to criticize about Biden’s presidency but this is not one of them. The Left is going to shout “nothing to see here – move on” a lot but this time they are right and the criticism is unwarranted. Save your ammunition for when Biden really screws up, which surely won’t be long.

    • Thanks: res
  54. @Reg Cæsar

    From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

     

    The last one missed was 1977, understandably because Carter was a new president with no experience in Washington. By that time, Biden had already had several years behind him. He was Vice President just four years and a few weeks ago.

    This is one of those things that perfectly legal, but suspicious nonetheless. He can't last an hour in public?

    Replies: @Jack D, @JMcG

    Not just Carter – incoming Presidents customarily do not deliver SOTU speeches in their first year. However, the last six incoming Presidents after Carter delivered speeches to a joint session of Congress in February. Technically those are not SOTUs. While 6 in a row is enough to establish a custom, I really don’t see it as a big deal if Biden does it in March. If he doesn’t do it at all, you can nip at his heels but I don’t see a couple of weeks of delay as a big deal. I realize that the Left cut Trump zero slack but these petty little criticisms don’t really serve anyone well.

    There have been people here saying that Biden was senile since the beginning of primary season and that he would never make it thru the primary debates or the debates with Trump or the Inauguration and that he would collapse onto the floor in a steaming pile of incoherent babbling and urine and it has not happened and it will not happen. Yes, Joe is getting on in years and was never the sharpest knife in the drawer to begin with but there’s still enough of him left to read a speech from a teleprompter (with only a little stumbling).

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Pericles
    @Jack D

    "Salute the marines!"

    , @Nicholas Stix
    @Jack D

    A mere three commas in the first paragraph, and only one in the second? Jack, I hadn't previously marked you as an anti-Comma,nist.

  55. @MajorSeventh
    That's some decent follow-up reporting, a rarity these days. Two years late and a dollar short.

    Replies: @Roderick Spode, @Dan Hayes

    Rest assured that Michael Powell, the NYT author of the “decent follow-up reporting”, will shortly be offered the opportunity of pursuing new ventures (ie, he will be sacked!).

  56. @Art Deco
    @Anon

    He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    So Randy Barnett has finally won. I imagined being happier about it. 1912 was the last year for a lot of good things.

  57. @AnotherDad
    @James Speaks

    I read this a day or two back when someone posted the link.

    BTW, thanks whoever that was--Steve, as i think this is good example of these phony minoritarian "racism!" dramas that we are now deluged with. I plan to pass it on to my kids for their education as all the elements are there:
    -- black, doing something or another, having minor/trivial confrontation
    -- no actual racism involved
    -- woman ... taking it very personally
    -- phony "threatened"
    -- using social media to cry racism!
    -- weepy, woe-is-you compliance, rollover by good-white "authorities"
    -- abuse--denunciation, suspension, dismissal--of white proles
    -- lavish new indoctrination program
    -- giving in to any other whiny demands
    -- investigation revealing fraud/nothing of substance
    -- no apologies forthcoming by black/female liar nor good-white authorities
    -- no dismissal--nor any consequences--of black/female liar
    ...

    Then after reading, i looked up her picture and sure enough, that element is there as well:
    -- ugly black woman working out her resentments

    and bonus
    -- ugly immigrant black woman who has quickly snapped onto the grift to be had in America under the yoke of Jewish minoritarianism.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Jack D, @RonaldB

    You were doing well until you got to the end. Jews had nothing to do with this little drama. It was completely gratuitous for you to drag them into this. The President of Smith who led the frenzy of groveling to Africans is named Kathleen McCartney. Doesn’t seem like a very Jewish name to me.

    Calling everything you don’t like “Jewish” (Jewish minoritarianism, Jewish Bolshevism, etc.) is not really helpful. There are plenty of minoritarians and Bolsheviks who are not Jewish and plenty of Jews who are not minoritarians or Bolsheviks. If minoritarianism or Bolshevism are bad (and they are) then they are not in need of further adjectives to make them superbad.

    It’s also a lie. Modern day minoritarianism considers the Jews to be just another group of privileged white people and Zionism to be a form of racism. Ms. Kanoute (who is probably Muslim) would consider it to be an insult for you to label her ideology as “Jewish minoritarianism”. It’s “African minoritarianism”, thank you.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Jack D

    Jack--no argument that Jews have nothing specific to do with this particular drama.

    You and i simply differ into how America's dominant ideology changed from the time i was born--or let's just say "from 1960"-- to the minoritarian ideology that is dominant today.

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture--openness, high trust--call it "Christian universalism" is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Nor do i dispute that minoritarianism is a super-convenient ideology for the super-state. Balkanized population, more conflict ... more management required! In fact, i believe i'm the person responsible for coining the rip-off:
    "Diversity is the health of the state".

    Nor am i oblivious to the fact that big finance, big tech while not in love with minoritarianism, are perfectly happy to have it be the progressive ideology rather than a coherent critique of big finance/big tech.


    But i think the rise of the Jews through American institutions in the 1960s and their extreme dominance in areas of media, culture, and academia is at the root of propagandizing and imposing the minoritarian ideology on the United States and--to a lesser extent--through culture outflow to the broader West.

    To me it is fairly obvious.
    -- Minoritarianism is obviously the ideology of a minority. And it precisely serves Jewish interests in both balkanizing the majority and delegitimizing the majority's right to make decisions in its own interest, substituting elite (Jewish and Jewish influenced) diktat.

    -- The the thrust of the previous 20th century WASP progressive ideology--education, sobriety, population control, environmental protection, societal uplift--boiled down to "everyone ought to behave like a middle class WASP". After the rise of the Jews to be replaced by an ideology that essentially said "The WASPs are oppressors. No minority should have to comply with their norms and values. Revolt!"

    Verdict: Minoritarianism was propagandized and pushed to dominance in the United States primarily through the efforts of Jews. If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    Replies: @Nachum, @Jack D, @Paperback Writer

  58. You have a problem, I have the solution. One that satisfies fragile-eisha minority pets, their white gentry wokester patrons, and economically helps townie/deplorable whites. Every time a Karen thinks she has a problem, if the rule-breaker happens to be a minority, make her hire a private detective whose sole purpose is to indubitably prove, through careful but entirely discreet and invisible investigative leg work, whether a rule has been broken or not. “Know this girl? See her at the pool a lot? She the type who likes to run on wet pool decks or swim less than 15 minutes after eating lunch?”

    “Yeah it’s a dirty job, but someone’s gotta do it. I’m Thomas Magnum, Dindu P.I.”

  59. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    The real comedy would be Nancy and Kamala sitting up there behind Joe, trying to keep a straight face. Pelosi should rip his speech in half just for the non-partisan lulz

  60. @Rob
    I have a question for people into facial recognition algorithms or anthropometric areas. Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are? There are some times I can’t tell if a white person is male or female, but they are very rare. With blacks, I often have to sex them by biologically body fat distribution, beards, or baldness. Of course, I can sex them socially by hairstyle, clothes, and nails. For a woman like me. Amoumou(don’t remember, not scrolling up), probably because she does not use hair treatments like black American women, it is not obvious to me that she is a woman at all.

    Am I just a racist? Can machine vision sorting algorithms separate black males and females?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Monsieur Sandwich, @Dry heavz

    When wearing a weave and make-up, I find black trans women (like Laverne Cox below) often look almost indistinguishable from biological black women. You rarely see this with white trans women, the face always seems off and if not it’s the body shape. I wonder if this accounts for the higher murder rate of black trans women after a black guy takes them home and discovers all is not as it seemed.

    Trans:
    Bio woman:

  61. Around Chicago, you wouldn’t have any but a very few white janitors or cafeteria workers, especially young ones, unless you got at least 60 miles away from downtown. Not sure how far Smith is from Boston, or old depressed industrial towns in MA or CT, but I’m wondering if this is at least in part a uniquely New England thing.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Hibernian

    Smith is in Northhampton which is near Springfield, MA. Springfield is an old depressed industrial town which is around 20% black. By MA standards that is high. In Northhampton itself there are very few blacks. The overall labor pool of the area is such that you'll still find whites (and increasingly Hispanics) in menial positions that would be filled elsewhere mainly by blacks.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Prosa123, @Art Deco

    , @Forbes
    @Hibernian

    Smith College is in the Connecticut River valley of western MA, a region associated with the Five Colleges: Smith, Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and University of Massachusetts. Hampshire County is 89% white; 2-1/2% black. Needless to say, there is no urban center anywhere nearby--Boston is ~90 miles.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @Art Deco
    @Hibernian

    It's in an exurb of Springfield, Massachusetts, in the western part of the state. Greater Springfield straddles the Connecticut border. Bunch of colleges to its north, as well as the state flagship campus.

  62. @Jack D
    @Reg Cæsar

    Not just Carter - incoming Presidents customarily do not deliver SOTU speeches in their first year. However, the last six incoming Presidents after Carter delivered speeches to a joint session of Congress in February. Technically those are not SOTUs. While 6 in a row is enough to establish a custom, I really don't see it as a big deal if Biden does it in March. If he doesn't do it at all, you can nip at his heels but I don't see a couple of weeks of delay as a big deal. I realize that the Left cut Trump zero slack but these petty little criticisms don't really serve anyone well.

    There have been people here saying that Biden was senile since the beginning of primary season and that he would never make it thru the primary debates or the debates with Trump or the Inauguration and that he would collapse onto the floor in a steaming pile of incoherent babbling and urine and it has not happened and it will not happen. Yes, Joe is getting on in years and was never the sharpest knife in the drawer to begin with but there's still enough of him left to read a speech from a teleprompter (with only a little stumbling).

    Replies: @Pericles, @Nicholas Stix

    “Salute the marines!”

  63. Gotta respect the Times for publishing the update. They didn’t have to do that! I suspect there must be some sort of internal struggle for the soul of the institution going on between the true-believing Woke youngsters and the more traditionally liberal old guard.

  64. @Reg Cæsar

    a campus employee called the police on a black student and said she “seemed to be out of place”
     
    Someone named "Oumou Kanoutè" is out of place in America.

    The name comes from Mali, a country with the unfortunate shape of a toilet bowl.


    https://classroomclipart.com/images/gallery/Clipart/Maps/Country_Maps/mali-outline-map-clipart.jpg


    https://en.pimg.jp/040/784/571/1/40784571.jpg


    In fairness to that country, I knew a few of her citizens studying here 30 years ago and they were perfectly fine, if alien. Wherever Miss Kanoutè was born, she probably had spent some time in the West before attending Smith.

    A Minneapolis kid whose parents sent him to Somalia for education was beaten to death before long. One of my Somali co-workers surmised that he had picked up bad habits in America and had mouthed off to the teacher. They still have discipline in Africa.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Anonymous

    Ha! Even as Mr. Geography, I never noticed that, Reg. So you’ve got Moslems up there in the tank, and your Christian and other regular Africans in the bowl. What does the blue Tidy-Bowl dispenser represent, the UN?

  65. Demands for X-only (i.e. segregated) dormitories are really something.

    My understanding is that the ex-King of Saudi Arabia funded a Saudis-only dorm on the property of UC Berkeley.

    [MORE]

    The drug addicts who occupy UC Regents (taxpayers) -owned, People’s Park are outraged that the university wants to evict them in order to put up student housing therein; not sure who the dorms are to be reserved for.

    The drunken, left-wing reporters are spinning the story as yet another case of unfair gentrification. I suspect that the Regents’ real motivation is that UCB needs to recruit more full-tuition paying foreign students in order to help it pay the mortgage on that on-campus, usually empty, ~$500M football palace it retrofit/built.

    The bankrupted Athletic Department had been totally liable for the amount. It had to be bailed out by the university, at a cost of it ceding them its track-&-field stadium (on the opposite side of campus). UCB intends to develop that nicely located acreage — probably for high-rent paying retail.

    Public education at its finest.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  66. A quick scan of comments here (above) didn’t show me something. Namely that Tucker Carlson had an excellent and lengthy feature on this incident last night (or the night before, can’t recall exactly).

    He made numerous excellent points and interviewed a number of people and writers. The supposed “victim” here didn’t appear (nor does she seem to be available otherwise) and it turns out that she “appeared out of place” because it was said she was in a “closed house” (presumably some kind of college residence) during a vacation period. So she was literally out of place.

    Of course some low paid workers suffered from this hate hoax. The privileged black female hasn’t suffered one iota, since these types are immune from shame or regret.

    Don’t know if both Tucker and iSteve were both inspired by the same NYT story or not.

    Smith college now seems to be some kind of WokeCommunist indoctrination factory.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Muggles

    Apparently the area she was in was being used by a summer camp for children and they did not want unauthorized people in the building who might molest or kidnap the kids. Nowadays anyone who works in a summer camp has had a background check. The staff had been instructed to call the campus police if they saw unauthorized persons in this area.

    The school administration forgot to tell their employees that blacks were exempt from this rule. From now on if you see a black doing something against the rules such as stealing cigars or passing counterfeit bills, you are just supposed to let it go because if you call the cops they might murder them. Therefore calling the cops is in itself racist and wrong.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  67. @Hibernian
    Around Chicago, you wouldn't have any but a very few white janitors or cafeteria workers, especially young ones, unless you got at least 60 miles away from downtown. Not sure how far Smith is from Boston, or old depressed industrial towns in MA or CT, but I'm wondering if this is at least in part a uniquely New England thing.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Forbes, @Art Deco

    Smith is in Northhampton which is near Springfield, MA. Springfield is an old depressed industrial town which is around 20% black. By MA standards that is high. In Northhampton itself there are very few blacks. The overall labor pool of the area is such that you’ll still find whites (and increasingly Hispanics) in menial positions that would be filled elsewhere mainly by blacks.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the "sleepy west" the Pixies sang about. It's sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that's been the point.

    But you are essentially correct, that this leaves turnpike cities like Springfield, Cambridge and Worcester fortified with NAM's, not to mention dug-in white proles, as Martha Coakley's SWPL Senate campaign, the original of Hillary '08/'16, hilariously proved.

    Replies: @Kibernetika

    , @Prosa123
    @Jack D

    Springfield isn't that bad a city. It has some rundown areas but nothing like Hartford to its south.
    Now Holyoke, which is about ten miles north of Springfield, definitely is pretty skanky.

    Smith College itself is not "lesbian heavy." The (very nice) town of Northampton in which it is located does have a reputation as having a large proportion of lesbians in its population, though I suspect that's somewhat exaggerated.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Art Deco
    @Jack D

    The Springfield municipality is a fragment of the whole, containing less than 1/2 the tract development.

  68. “Lesbian-heavy” is a decades-old branding strategy that Smith doesn’t really encourage, for obvious market-competitive, country-club reasons — but, as we see, they haven’t really *dis*couraged it either

  69. @Muggles
    A quick scan of comments here (above) didn't show me something. Namely that Tucker Carlson had an excellent and lengthy feature on this incident last night (or the night before, can't recall exactly).

    He made numerous excellent points and interviewed a number of people and writers. The supposed "victim" here didn't appear (nor does she seem to be available otherwise) and it turns out that she "appeared out of place" because it was said she was in a "closed house" (presumably some kind of college residence) during a vacation period. So she was literally out of place.

    Of course some low paid workers suffered from this hate hoax. The privileged black female hasn't suffered one iota, since these types are immune from shame or regret.

    Don't know if both Tucker and iSteve were both inspired by the same NYT story or not.

    Smith college now seems to be some kind of WokeCommunist indoctrination factory.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Apparently the area she was in was being used by a summer camp for children and they did not want unauthorized people in the building who might molest or kidnap the kids. Nowadays anyone who works in a summer camp has had a background check. The staff had been instructed to call the campus police if they saw unauthorized persons in this area.

    The school administration forgot to tell their employees that blacks were exempt from this rule. From now on if you see a black doing something against the rules such as stealing cigars or passing counterfeit bills, you are just supposed to let it go because if you call the cops they might murder them. Therefore calling the cops is in itself racist and wrong.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jack D

    Face it, this young lady was an underprivileged 1st-Class citizen. We and the proles of Northampton need to learn our place as privileged 2nd-Class citizens. Aww, c'mon guys, it's so simple, maybe you need a $1,500 per credit-hour university-extension class at Smith! We're all 2nd-Class citizens nowadays.

    And now, cause it's been a while:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTI_S8xETSI

  70. @Reg Cæsar

    From 1801 to 1912, the State of the Union was a written text sent to Congress by messenger. No requirement it be delivered in person.

     

    The last one missed was 1977, understandably because Carter was a new president with no experience in Washington. By that time, Biden had already had several years behind him. He was Vice President just four years and a few weeks ago.

    This is one of those things that perfectly legal, but suspicious nonetheless. He can't last an hour in public?

    Replies: @Jack D, @JMcG

    Didn’t the head of some heavily armed federal agency state that the Right was planning an attack on our assembled betters?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @JMcG


    Didn’t the head of some heavily armed federal agency state that the Right was planning an attack on our assembled betters?
     
    As if the American right [sic] could plan anything.
  71. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of entitlement looks like, this is it.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    @Mike Tre


    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of entitlement looks like, this is it.
     
    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of immigration looks like, this is it.

    FIFY
  72. @Hibernian
    Around Chicago, you wouldn't have any but a very few white janitors or cafeteria workers, especially young ones, unless you got at least 60 miles away from downtown. Not sure how far Smith is from Boston, or old depressed industrial towns in MA or CT, but I'm wondering if this is at least in part a uniquely New England thing.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Forbes, @Art Deco

    Smith College is in the Connecticut River valley of western MA, a region associated with the Five Colleges: Smith, Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and University of Massachusetts. Hampshire County is 89% white; 2-1/2% black. Needless to say, there is no urban center anywhere nearby–Boston is ~90 miles.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Forbes

    Needless to say, there is no urban center anywhere nearby–Boston is ~90 miles.

    About 330,000 live in the dense settlement around Springfield. It's a 3d tier city. Smith College is about 20 miles from downtown Springfield, about 4 miles from the suburban periphery.

  73. @Reg Cæsar

    a campus employee called the police on a black student and said she “seemed to be out of place”
     
    Someone named "Oumou Kanoutè" is out of place in America.

    The name comes from Mali, a country with the unfortunate shape of a toilet bowl.


    https://classroomclipart.com/images/gallery/Clipart/Maps/Country_Maps/mali-outline-map-clipart.jpg


    https://en.pimg.jp/040/784/571/1/40784571.jpg


    In fairness to that country, I knew a few of her citizens studying here 30 years ago and they were perfectly fine, if alien. Wherever Miss Kanoutè was born, she probably had spent some time in the West before attending Smith.

    A Minneapolis kid whose parents sent him to Somalia for education was beaten to death before long. One of my Somali co-workers surmised that he had picked up bad habits in America and had mouthed off to the teacher. They still have discipline in Africa.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Anonymous

    Princess Kanoute commanding the tide to try to be less white. To get admitted ro these places you have to already understand the intricacies of hydrodynamics.

  74. @Rob
    I have a question for people into facial recognition algorithms or anthropometric areas. Are black faces as sexually dimorphic as whites’ are? There are some times I can’t tell if a white person is male or female, but they are very rare. With blacks, I often have to sex them by biologically body fat distribution, beards, or baldness. Of course, I can sex them socially by hairstyle, clothes, and nails. For a woman like me. Amoumou(don’t remember, not scrolling up), probably because she does not use hair treatments like black American women, it is not obvious to me that she is a woman at all.

    Am I just a racist? Can machine vision sorting algorithms separate black males and females?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Monsieur Sandwich, @Dry heavz

    Harambe!

  75. Anonymous[266] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @Hibernian

    Smith is in Northhampton which is near Springfield, MA. Springfield is an old depressed industrial town which is around 20% black. By MA standards that is high. In Northhampton itself there are very few blacks. The overall labor pool of the area is such that you'll still find whites (and increasingly Hispanics) in menial positions that would be filled elsewhere mainly by blacks.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Prosa123, @Art Deco

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the “sleepy west” the Pixies sang about. It’s sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that’s been the point.

    But you are essentially correct, that this leaves turnpike cities like Springfield, Cambridge and Worcester fortified with NAM’s, not to mention dug-in white proles, as Martha Coakley’s SWPL Senate campaign, the original of Hillary ’08/’16, hilariously proved.

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    @Anonymous

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the “sleepy west” the Pixies sang about. It’s sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that’s been the point.

    That's interesting. Hadn't heard that Pixies song. To an out-of-state visitor to the area like me -- and I visit often -- it's difficult to see much difference between between Northampton and Amherst.

    Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil

  76. @JimDandy
    @James Speaks

    So... people weren't supposed to be in that room. She went in there anyway. Then, after a security guard showed up and timidly and obsequiously asked her what was up, she cried racism from every rooftop and became a national sensation. What an amazing chain of events! Some people are just lucky, I guess.

    Replies: @anonymousperson

    So if a black person goes into a room that nobody is supposed to be allowed in and you are white you should do nothing or risk being accused of “racism”.

  77. When an arrogant 70 I.Q. mind full of poison interacts with the world, the results are simply incredible.

  78. @Polistra
    @James Speaks


    She looks so peaceful and accommodating.
     
    Like so many of our New Class of Migrant, she learned the ropes quickly.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/blm-rakes-in-90-million-in-2020/#comment-4490455

    PS to Steve: the womyn of Bryn Mawr and Mount Holyoke would like to have a word with you.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Anon

    Related to Bryn Mawr: “A student mob took over Bryn Mawr. The College said Thank You.”

    https://quillette.com/2020/12/27/a-student-mob-took-over-bryn-mawr-the-college-said-thank-you/

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Anon


    Related to Bryn Mawr: “A student mob took over Bryn Mawr. The College said Thank You.”
     
    INSURRECTIONISTS!! String 'em up!

    [EDIT:] Wait, OK, all this time I had thought Bryn Mawr was a country. Isn't it over near Burma, aka, Myanmar? Sounds like it.

    NEVERMIND.
  79. @Jack D
    @Muggles

    Apparently the area she was in was being used by a summer camp for children and they did not want unauthorized people in the building who might molest or kidnap the kids. Nowadays anyone who works in a summer camp has had a background check. The staff had been instructed to call the campus police if they saw unauthorized persons in this area.

    The school administration forgot to tell their employees that blacks were exempt from this rule. From now on if you see a black doing something against the rules such as stealing cigars or passing counterfeit bills, you are just supposed to let it go because if you call the cops they might murder them. Therefore calling the cops is in itself racist and wrong.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Face it, this young lady was an underprivileged 1st-Class citizen. We and the proles of Northampton need to learn our place as privileged 2nd-Class citizens. Aww, c’mon guys, it’s so simple, maybe you need a $1,500 per credit-hour university-extension class at Smith! We’re all 2nd-Class citizens nowadays.

    And now, cause it’s been a while:

  80. @Jack D
    @Hibernian

    Smith is in Northhampton which is near Springfield, MA. Springfield is an old depressed industrial town which is around 20% black. By MA standards that is high. In Northhampton itself there are very few blacks. The overall labor pool of the area is such that you'll still find whites (and increasingly Hispanics) in menial positions that would be filled elsewhere mainly by blacks.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Prosa123, @Art Deco

    Springfield isn’t that bad a city. It has some rundown areas but nothing like Hartford to its south.
    Now Holyoke, which is about ten miles north of Springfield, definitely is pretty skanky.

    Smith College itself is not “lesbian heavy.” The (very nice) town of Northampton in which it is located does have a reputation as having a large proportion of lesbians in its population, though I suspect that’s somewhat exaggerated.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Prosa123

    A friend of mine had his apartment in Springfield, Mass broken into. Along with other stuff, they got this big-ass glass jar of "silver" change that he'd been accumulating for 15 - 20 years. What they didn't get, because a dresser was blocking the door, were the 40 or so guns he had stored in the closet. The local cops didn't need to know about that - Mass cops get their panties in wads about that sort of thing...

  81. @JMcG
    @Reg Cæsar

    Didn’t the head of some heavily armed federal agency state that the Right was planning an attack on our assembled betters?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Didn’t the head of some heavily armed federal agency state that the Right was planning an attack on our assembled betters?

    As if the American right [sic] could plan anything.

  82. @Anon
    @Polistra

    Related to Bryn Mawr: "A student mob took over Bryn Mawr. The College said Thank You."

    https://quillette.com/2020/12/27/a-student-mob-took-over-bryn-mawr-the-college-said-thank-you/

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Related to Bryn Mawr: “A student mob took over Bryn Mawr. The College said Thank You.”

    INSURRECTIONISTS!! String ’em up!

    [EDIT:] Wait, OK, all this time I had thought Bryn Mawr was a country. Isn’t it over near Burma, aka, Myanmar? Sounds like it.

    NEVERMIND.

  83. @Prosa123
    @Jack D

    Springfield isn't that bad a city. It has some rundown areas but nothing like Hartford to its south.
    Now Holyoke, which is about ten miles north of Springfield, definitely is pretty skanky.

    Smith College itself is not "lesbian heavy." The (very nice) town of Northampton in which it is located does have a reputation as having a large proportion of lesbians in its population, though I suspect that's somewhat exaggerated.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    A friend of mine had his apartment in Springfield, Mass broken into. Along with other stuff, they got this big-ass glass jar of “silver” change that he’d been accumulating for 15 – 20 years. What they didn’t get, because a dresser was blocking the door, were the 40 or so guns he had stored in the closet. The local cops didn’t need to know about that – Mass cops get their panties in wads about that sort of thing…

  84. Forget facial recog algos sorting ’em by sex.

    It can’t even sort ’em from gorillas.

    https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/01/google-removed-gorillas-from-search-to-fix-racist-algorithm.html

  85. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

  86. @Ganderson
    @AnotherDad

    Who was the first to turn the SOTU address into a dog and pony show? My memory says Reagan, but that’s a guess.

    Replies: @anon

    Who was the first to turn the SOTU address into a dog and pony show?

    Woodrow Wilson.

  87. @Mike Tre
    @James Speaks

    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of entitlement looks like, this is it.

    Replies: @James Speaks

    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of entitlement looks like, this is it.

    If you do a search on what the ugly, smug sense of immigration looks like, this is it.

    FIFY

  88. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    You were doing well until you got to the end. Jews had nothing to do with this little drama. It was completely gratuitous for you to drag them into this. The President of Smith who led the frenzy of groveling to Africans is named Kathleen McCartney. Doesn't seem like a very Jewish name to me.

    Calling everything you don't like "Jewish" (Jewish minoritarianism, Jewish Bolshevism, etc.) is not really helpful. There are plenty of minoritarians and Bolsheviks who are not Jewish and plenty of Jews who are not minoritarians or Bolsheviks. If minoritarianism or Bolshevism are bad (and they are) then they are not in need of further adjectives to make them superbad.

    It's also a lie. Modern day minoritarianism considers the Jews to be just another group of privileged white people and Zionism to be a form of racism. Ms. Kanoute (who is probably Muslim) would consider it to be an insult for you to label her ideology as "Jewish minoritarianism". It's "African minoritarianism", thank you.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Jack–no argument that Jews have nothing specific to do with this particular drama.

    You and i simply differ into how America’s dominant ideology changed from the time i was born–or let’s just say “from 1960”– to the minoritarian ideology that is dominant today.

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture–openness, high trust–call it “Christian universalism” is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Nor do i dispute that minoritarianism is a super-convenient ideology for the super-state. Balkanized population, more conflict … more management required! In fact, i believe i’m the person responsible for coining the rip-off:
    “Diversity is the health of the state”.

    Nor am i oblivious to the fact that big finance, big tech while not in love with minoritarianism, are perfectly happy to have it be the progressive ideology rather than a coherent critique of big finance/big tech.

    But i think the rise of the Jews through American institutions in the 1960s and their extreme dominance in areas of media, culture, and academia is at the root of propagandizing and imposing the minoritarian ideology on the United States and–to a lesser extent–through culture outflow to the broader West.

    To me it is fairly obvious.
    — Minoritarianism is obviously the ideology of a minority. And it precisely serves Jewish interests in both balkanizing the majority and delegitimizing the majority’s right to make decisions in its own interest, substituting elite (Jewish and Jewish influenced) diktat.

    — The the thrust of the previous 20th century WASP progressive ideology–education, sobriety, population control, environmental protection, societal uplift–boiled down to “everyone ought to behave like a middle class WASP”. After the rise of the Jews to be replaced by an ideology that essentially said “The WASPs are oppressors. No minority should have to comply with their norms and values. Revolt!”

    Verdict: Minoritarianism was propagandized and pushed to dominance in the United States primarily through the efforts of Jews. If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    • Replies: @Nachum
    @AnotherDad

    Leaving aside the rest of your argument, let's just say that (many) Jews *think* this is good for them, as individuals and (if they care about it at all) as a group.

    Of course, they couldn't be more wrong, on a bunch of levels. The groups they're promoting will turn on them- heck, have been turning on them since this all started- there'll be a backlash, and, at the very best, they'll disappear as a group (again, not that many care about that last detail).

    , @Jack D
    @AnotherDad


    If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.
     
    How can you explain then that in Western European countries (Sweden, UK, Germany, etc.) with relatively small and less culturally influential (surviving) Jewish communities, "minoritarian" ideology is just as prevalent?

    Replies: @anon, @Gabe Ruth

    , @Paperback Writer
    @AnotherDad


    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture–openness, high trust–call it “Christian universalism” is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.
     
    Yes, of course, your good, trusting nature was used against you by the evil, trickster, shyster Jews. I would love to see you try to tell that to every country in the world that's been fucked over by the US and its CIA. Last I checked, Jews tended to be against that, except when it came to Israel, of course. But everywhere else, they didn't like it.

    Literally everywhere else in the world that wasn't Commie got invaded and fucked over by Uncle Sam and his high trust, good-natured, fair play WASP elite.
  89. I’m going to take a hit here saying this but this is more at the ever growing “lock everything down even commons stuff…..”

    I’ve attended college twice in my life. Once when i was young and dumb and i partied and 2nd few yrs back at the same community college. Long story short in the early 2000s everything was laid back & there were SECURITY GUARDS who would leave the campus OPEN til 11pm. I’d routinely hang out in the school’s computer lab or talking with girls or friends til late.

    Fast forward a decade…..in 2015 they’re shutting everything down at seriously…..2pm…..

    The college is a ghosttown by noon. I dont know how the students pass or study. I was regularly the only 1 in the campus library studying…..and we got run out by 8pm….

    The campus POLICE routinely now “investigate” students doing nothing but being alone in a computer lab or in a quiet part of campus….

    I know why this girl went to the dorm….it was quiet and away from people….i can relate….im anti social like that….dont like hearing other’s conversations or to be bothered. I’ve always been a loner for the most part & i like it like that….

    Sometime around 8 yrs ago they phased out the old fat rentacops and replaced them with actual sworn peace officers who carry guns and have Cadillac pensions and health care via the FOOP union negotiations…..from what i was told this added upwards of 2 to 3 million dollars per campus in the local community college system….even though the security used to do the exact same thing as these cops & if there was a serious incident…..city cops were 2 min away

    This girl way over reacted but the militarization of our cops and the expansion of sworn armed peace officers to every hospital and small college and even elementary schools makes me very uncomfortable.

    Long story short….early 2000s…..every building on campus UNLOCKED TIL ALMOST MIDNIGHT/fat rentacops who didnt care what you did….2015….armed formal COPS who investigate every alleged threat or incident and who promote paranoia….and who lock commons areas down at 2pm…..wtf happened??

  90. @Hibernian
    Around Chicago, you wouldn't have any but a very few white janitors or cafeteria workers, especially young ones, unless you got at least 60 miles away from downtown. Not sure how far Smith is from Boston, or old depressed industrial towns in MA or CT, but I'm wondering if this is at least in part a uniquely New England thing.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Forbes, @Art Deco

    It’s in an exurb of Springfield, Massachusetts, in the western part of the state. Greater Springfield straddles the Connecticut border. Bunch of colleges to its north, as well as the state flagship campus.

  91. @Jack D
    @Hibernian

    Smith is in Northhampton which is near Springfield, MA. Springfield is an old depressed industrial town which is around 20% black. By MA standards that is high. In Northhampton itself there are very few blacks. The overall labor pool of the area is such that you'll still find whites (and increasingly Hispanics) in menial positions that would be filled elsewhere mainly by blacks.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Prosa123, @Art Deco

    The Springfield municipality is a fragment of the whole, containing less than 1/2 the tract development.

  92. @Forbes
    @Hibernian

    Smith College is in the Connecticut River valley of western MA, a region associated with the Five Colleges: Smith, Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and University of Massachusetts. Hampshire County is 89% white; 2-1/2% black. Needless to say, there is no urban center anywhere nearby--Boston is ~90 miles.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    Needless to say, there is no urban center anywhere nearby–Boston is ~90 miles.

    About 330,000 live in the dense settlement around Springfield. It’s a 3d tier city. Smith College is about 20 miles from downtown Springfield, about 4 miles from the suburban periphery.

  93. @Roderick Spode
    @MajorSeventh

    My thought was similar.

    Why did the New York times cover this development, which pertains to an incident they had unquestioningly identified as racial discrimination two years ago, so prominently? Not only are they drawing attention to the egg on their own faces, they are also directly undermining the racial narrative to which they have been so committed for many years now.

    And not only that, but their coverage explicitly brings to the fore the tension between privileged non-White identity politics activists and the White working class-- echoing what is more or less the ultimate Trumpist/WN/Dirtbag Left critique of the reigning ideology.

    This seems a major deviation from the NYT game plan. Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?

    That would be going back at least 55 years for them.

    • Replies: @Roderick Spode
    @Hibernian

    That's a good point. I should have said "slightly more even-handed"

  94. @El Dato
    @Anon


    My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.
     
    1) Nuclear arsenals don't work that way. It's not like a car where you "break into" and drive away.
    2) "Having control" means having "politicial control". If you asked La Pelosi details about the nukes, she would say something about diversity and beautiful sunday. She won't have any "data".

    Plus, "the arsenal" is quite diverse. There are minuteman silos with remote control, submarines with direct control, Obama's cheerful trillion-dollar poppers dropped from planes, the stuff you put on cruise missiles etc.

    Now go back to something serious.

    Replies: @Cortes

    Control of US nuclear weapons covered in:

    https://turcopolier.com/time-to-end-the-madness/

  95. @Hannah Katz
    @James Speaks

    It looks like the "victims" are increasingly turning out to be predators, waiting for an opportunity to pounce.

    Replies: @CCZ

    “…turning out to be predators, waiting for an opportunity to pounce.”

    Seems to be relevant to this case.

    Her LinkedIn: Research Assistant Intern
    Columbia University – Columbia School of Social Work Internship

    “This lab focuses on innovative ways to conceptualize, and measure racism. Black people have earlier onset of disease and progression in comparison to their white counterparts. Black women are more likely to die of childbirth in comparison to their white counterparts. These are the facts even when you account for education and socio-economic status. Racism is the underlying factor of all the risks mentioned above. This virtual reality lab immerses people in a virtual reality of racism to help them understand the complexities of racism. The lab allows one to feel and experience what racism is like and embody an experience that is not their own. As a future doctor and researcher I want my work to be socially and culturally competent to help and treat all patients equally despite cultural differences.”

    See also gave a number of high profile interviews, for example WashPost, and was featured on the ACLU “racial justice” web site.

    https://www.aclu.org/blog/racial-justice/race-and-criminal-justice/smith-college-employee-called-police-me-eating-lunch

    Her actions at Smith College did not seem to be “socially and culturally competent…despite cultural differences.”

  96. Props to the New York Times for this follow-up. Credit where credit is due as unusual as this is.

  97. @Hibernian
    @Roderick Spode


    Do they feel like they can safely recommence even-handed, fair reporting on race and class issues now that The Trump Era™ has reached its close?
     
    That would be going back at least 55 years for them.

    Replies: @Roderick Spode

    That’s a good point. I should have said “slightly more even-handed”

  98. @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the "sleepy west" the Pixies sang about. It's sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that's been the point.

    But you are essentially correct, that this leaves turnpike cities like Springfield, Cambridge and Worcester fortified with NAM's, not to mention dug-in white proles, as Martha Coakley's SWPL Senate campaign, the original of Hillary '08/'16, hilariously proved.

    Replies: @Kibernetika

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the “sleepy west” the Pixies sang about. It’s sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that’s been the point.

    That’s interesting. Hadn’t heard that Pixies song. To an out-of-state visitor to the area like me — and I visit often — it’s difficult to see much difference between between Northampton and Amherst.

    • Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil
    @Kibernetika

    Native Masshole here who used to spend a fair bit of time in the Five Colleges/Pioneer Valley area. Amherst is more preppy/WASP while Northampton has a bit more of an alternative slightly more gritty feel. Or at least that's how it was in the 90's, maybe it's different now.

  99. The US was on it’s way to put racism far behind us we can thank race hustlers & their SJW enablers for stirring up racism to a fever pitch. If whites weren’t racist before they sure as hell are now. Eggplants & their constant grievances can F OFF. Bring back segregation I’m all for it.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @cosMICjester

    "The US was on it’s (sic) way to put racism far behind us"

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.

    Uh, no, it wasn't. The majority of White sheep were on their way to being totally brainwashed and subservient to negroes (they still are that way, at least most of them). Negro racism against Whites never changed; never lessened; never abated.

    Idiots like negroes never know when to quit. In fairness, why should they, with cuckwhites groveling before them no matter what?

    Now, evidently, you've finally woke up, and think that racism was going bye-bye and all this is new.

    Again:

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.

    , @anon
    @cosMICjester


    The US was on it’s way to put racism far behind us we can thank race hustlers & their SJW enablers for stirring up racism to a fever pitch. If whites weren’t racist before they sure as hell are now. Eggplants & their constant grievances can F OFF. Bring back segregation I’m all for it.
     
    What are eggplants?
  100. @black sea
    Time for another beer summit.

    Replies: @mc23, @MBlanc46

    Smith College. Make it Chardonnay.

  101. @AnotherDad
    @James Speaks

    I read this a day or two back when someone posted the link.

    BTW, thanks whoever that was--Steve, as i think this is good example of these phony minoritarian "racism!" dramas that we are now deluged with. I plan to pass it on to my kids for their education as all the elements are there:
    -- black, doing something or another, having minor/trivial confrontation
    -- no actual racism involved
    -- woman ... taking it very personally
    -- phony "threatened"
    -- using social media to cry racism!
    -- weepy, woe-is-you compliance, rollover by good-white "authorities"
    -- abuse--denunciation, suspension, dismissal--of white proles
    -- lavish new indoctrination program
    -- giving in to any other whiny demands
    -- investigation revealing fraud/nothing of substance
    -- no apologies forthcoming by black/female liar nor good-white authorities
    -- no dismissal--nor any consequences--of black/female liar
    ...

    Then after reading, i looked up her picture and sure enough, that element is there as well:
    -- ugly black woman working out her resentments

    and bonus
    -- ugly immigrant black woman who has quickly snapped onto the grift to be had in America under the yoke of Jewish minoritarianism.

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Jack D, @RonaldB

    There’s another factor.

    An unqualified black gains admission to a prestige university through fuzzying up the admission requirements. The unqualified black then struggles to maintain grades, retreating to obviously dumbed-down ethnic studies classes. But the black student feels out of place because she is out of place, intellectually.

    So, the road to distinction and importance is to jump on a popular train where she’s the center of attention. It’s a temporary boost, as she knows once she re-enters her classes the same issues will pop up and she won’t understand 2/3 of what she hears.

    In a sense, she really is the victim of white discrimination. To boost their statistics, they put a possibly perfectly competent black student in an environment where she is guaranteed to fail.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @RonaldB

    "a possibly perfectly competent black student"

    I beg to differ. She got into a special, AA program for STEM. Everything we know about her points to her being deeply vicious, if not outright evil (give her time).

  102. @Kibernetika
    @Anonymous

    Northampton (one h) is closer to Amherst, Mass. and the “sleepy west” the Pixies sang about. It’s sufficiently remote from any custodian/cafeterian-friendly ZIP code, that’s been the point.

    That's interesting. Hadn't heard that Pixies song. To an out-of-state visitor to the area like me -- and I visit often -- it's difficult to see much difference between between Northampton and Amherst.

    Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil

    Native Masshole here who used to spend a fair bit of time in the Five Colleges/Pioneer Valley area. Amherst is more preppy/WASP while Northampton has a bit more of an alternative slightly more gritty feel. Or at least that’s how it was in the 90’s, maybe it’s different now.

  103. This was a copy-cat crime by Oumou Kanoute. Another woman who thought she was black had pulled the same race hoax/crime at Yale two months earlier, by trespassing and napping in a student dorm commons room, where napping was expressly forbidden. The media and other campus black supremacists destroyed the life of the White woman who had dutifully called campus security. The real racists turned HER into the racist of the story.

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2021/02/smith-colleges-two-racist-monsters_28.html

  104. @Jack D
    @Reg Cæsar

    Not just Carter - incoming Presidents customarily do not deliver SOTU speeches in their first year. However, the last six incoming Presidents after Carter delivered speeches to a joint session of Congress in February. Technically those are not SOTUs. While 6 in a row is enough to establish a custom, I really don't see it as a big deal if Biden does it in March. If he doesn't do it at all, you can nip at his heels but I don't see a couple of weeks of delay as a big deal. I realize that the Left cut Trump zero slack but these petty little criticisms don't really serve anyone well.

    There have been people here saying that Biden was senile since the beginning of primary season and that he would never make it thru the primary debates or the debates with Trump or the Inauguration and that he would collapse onto the floor in a steaming pile of incoherent babbling and urine and it has not happened and it will not happen. Yes, Joe is getting on in years and was never the sharpest knife in the drawer to begin with but there's still enough of him left to read a speech from a teleprompter (with only a little stumbling).

    Replies: @Pericles, @Nicholas Stix

    A mere three commas in the first paragraph, and only one in the second? Jack, I hadn’t previously marked you as an anti-Comma,nist.

  105. @RonaldB
    @AnotherDad

    There's another factor.

    An unqualified black gains admission to a prestige university through fuzzying up the admission requirements. The unqualified black then struggles to maintain grades, retreating to obviously dumbed-down ethnic studies classes. But the black student feels out of place because she is out of place, intellectually.

    So, the road to distinction and importance is to jump on a popular train where she's the center of attention. It's a temporary boost, as she knows once she re-enters her classes the same issues will pop up and she won't understand 2/3 of what she hears.

    In a sense, she really is the victim of white discrimination. To boost their statistics, they put a possibly perfectly competent black student in an environment where she is guaranteed to fail.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    “a possibly perfectly competent black student”

    I beg to differ. She got into a special, AA program for STEM. Everything we know about her points to her being deeply vicious, if not outright evil (give her time).

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  106. @AnotherDad
    @Jack D

    Jack--no argument that Jews have nothing specific to do with this particular drama.

    You and i simply differ into how America's dominant ideology changed from the time i was born--or let's just say "from 1960"-- to the minoritarian ideology that is dominant today.

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture--openness, high trust--call it "Christian universalism" is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Nor do i dispute that minoritarianism is a super-convenient ideology for the super-state. Balkanized population, more conflict ... more management required! In fact, i believe i'm the person responsible for coining the rip-off:
    "Diversity is the health of the state".

    Nor am i oblivious to the fact that big finance, big tech while not in love with minoritarianism, are perfectly happy to have it be the progressive ideology rather than a coherent critique of big finance/big tech.


    But i think the rise of the Jews through American institutions in the 1960s and their extreme dominance in areas of media, culture, and academia is at the root of propagandizing and imposing the minoritarian ideology on the United States and--to a lesser extent--through culture outflow to the broader West.

    To me it is fairly obvious.
    -- Minoritarianism is obviously the ideology of a minority. And it precisely serves Jewish interests in both balkanizing the majority and delegitimizing the majority's right to make decisions in its own interest, substituting elite (Jewish and Jewish influenced) diktat.

    -- The the thrust of the previous 20th century WASP progressive ideology--education, sobriety, population control, environmental protection, societal uplift--boiled down to "everyone ought to behave like a middle class WASP". After the rise of the Jews to be replaced by an ideology that essentially said "The WASPs are oppressors. No minority should have to comply with their norms and values. Revolt!"

    Verdict: Minoritarianism was propagandized and pushed to dominance in the United States primarily through the efforts of Jews. If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    Replies: @Nachum, @Jack D, @Paperback Writer

    Leaving aside the rest of your argument, let’s just say that (many) Jews *think* this is good for them, as individuals and (if they care about it at all) as a group.

    Of course, they couldn’t be more wrong, on a bunch of levels. The groups they’re promoting will turn on them- heck, have been turning on them since this all started- there’ll be a backlash, and, at the very best, they’ll disappear as a group (again, not that many care about that last detail).

  107. @R.G. Camara
    Reward hysterical fingerpointing, get more hysterical fingerpointing.

    Replies: @AceDeuce

    Amen. It’s not open season on “townies”, it’s open season on Whites.

    This schitt colored she-beast, dumb as she is, knows the drill. Getting a righteous White person to tell her/make her STFU, with that White hero being backed up to the hilt by his or her own kind, is the answer. Step Two is getting all these vermin out of our country.

    The kniggbo ho in the story wouldn’t be so eloquent as this gentleman, but she understands:

    “You probe with bayonets. Probe, probe–always be probing: if you find mush, you push. If you find steel, you withdraw”

    Vladimir Ilich Lenin

  108. @cosMICjester
    The US was on it's way to put racism far behind us we can thank race hustlers & their SJW enablers for stirring up racism to a fever pitch. If whites weren't racist before they sure as hell are now. Eggplants & their constant grievances can F OFF. Bring back segregation I'm all for it.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @anon

    “The US was on it’s (sic) way to put racism far behind us”

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.

    Uh, no, it wasn’t. The majority of White sheep were on their way to being totally brainwashed and subservient to negroes (they still are that way, at least most of them). Negro racism against Whites never changed; never lessened; never abated.

    Idiots like negroes never know when to quit. In fairness, why should they, with cuckwhites groveling before them no matter what?

    Now, evidently, you’ve finally woke up, and think that racism was going bye-bye and all this is new.

    Again:

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL.

  109. Regular Americans who have to live in the same Clown World simulation as Oumou Kunta Kinte: just picture Joe Biden at a press conference, closing his eyes and uttering “Uh, what am I doing here?” or David Byrne in “Once in a Lifetime”

  110. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    Bill Duke’s daughter?

  111. @Anon
    OT: This is the second time Pelosi's tried to get control of the nuclear arsenal away from a president. She's tried to do it to both Biden and Trump. My own suspicion is that the Chinese have offered Pelosi a heck of a lot of money for giving them data about it and want control of it. They want to break into our nuclear network and override our control of it.

    Keep in mind that if they do, they can launch US nuke strikes against anyone they want (for example, Taiwan), and then blame the US for it. Everyone will believe them, too since there will be clear evidence the missiles came from the US.

    By the way, Biden missed a State of the Union address, despite it being required by the Constitution. He could have done it online if he was worried about Covid.

    Here's Wiki's page about Biden's address: *snicker*

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_2021_Joe_Biden_speech_to_joint_session_of_Congress

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @additionalMike, @The Wild Geese Howard, @El Dato, @Art Deco, @Jack D, @Known Fact, @Ron Mexico

    Trump is giving the SOTU at CPAC today.

  112. anon[187] • Disclaimer says:
    @cosMICjester
    The US was on it's way to put racism far behind us we can thank race hustlers & their SJW enablers for stirring up racism to a fever pitch. If whites weren't racist before they sure as hell are now. Eggplants & their constant grievances can F OFF. Bring back segregation I'm all for it.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @anon

    The US was on it’s way to put racism far behind us we can thank race hustlers & their SJW enablers for stirring up racism to a fever pitch. If whites weren’t racist before they sure as hell are now. Eggplants & their constant grievances can F OFF. Bring back segregation I’m all for it.

    What are eggplants?

  113. @AnotherDad
    @Jack D

    Jack--no argument that Jews have nothing specific to do with this particular drama.

    You and i simply differ into how America's dominant ideology changed from the time i was born--or let's just say "from 1960"-- to the minoritarian ideology that is dominant today.

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture--openness, high trust--call it "Christian universalism" is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Nor do i dispute that minoritarianism is a super-convenient ideology for the super-state. Balkanized population, more conflict ... more management required! In fact, i believe i'm the person responsible for coining the rip-off:
    "Diversity is the health of the state".

    Nor am i oblivious to the fact that big finance, big tech while not in love with minoritarianism, are perfectly happy to have it be the progressive ideology rather than a coherent critique of big finance/big tech.


    But i think the rise of the Jews through American institutions in the 1960s and their extreme dominance in areas of media, culture, and academia is at the root of propagandizing and imposing the minoritarian ideology on the United States and--to a lesser extent--through culture outflow to the broader West.

    To me it is fairly obvious.
    -- Minoritarianism is obviously the ideology of a minority. And it precisely serves Jewish interests in both balkanizing the majority and delegitimizing the majority's right to make decisions in its own interest, substituting elite (Jewish and Jewish influenced) diktat.

    -- The the thrust of the previous 20th century WASP progressive ideology--education, sobriety, population control, environmental protection, societal uplift--boiled down to "everyone ought to behave like a middle class WASP". After the rise of the Jews to be replaced by an ideology that essentially said "The WASPs are oppressors. No minority should have to comply with their norms and values. Revolt!"

    Verdict: Minoritarianism was propagandized and pushed to dominance in the United States primarily through the efforts of Jews. If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    Replies: @Nachum, @Jack D, @Paperback Writer

    If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    How can you explain then that in Western European countries (Sweden, UK, Germany, etc.) with relatively small and less culturally influential (surviving) Jewish communities, “minoritarian” ideology is just as prevalent?

    • Replies: @anon
    @Jack D

    C'mon, Jack, this is just disingenuous. Have you chatted with Barbara Spectre lately?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2oKhAb1BxI

    , @Gabe Ruth
    @Jack D

    It's called cultural imperialism, next question.

    I know you can't help yourself Jack, but you make yourself ridiculous arguing this point.

  114. @AnotherDad
    @Jack D

    Jack--no argument that Jews have nothing specific to do with this particular drama.

    You and i simply differ into how America's dominant ideology changed from the time i was born--or let's just say "from 1960"-- to the minoritarian ideology that is dominant today.

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture--openness, high trust--call it "Christian universalism" is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Nor do i dispute that minoritarianism is a super-convenient ideology for the super-state. Balkanized population, more conflict ... more management required! In fact, i believe i'm the person responsible for coining the rip-off:
    "Diversity is the health of the state".

    Nor am i oblivious to the fact that big finance, big tech while not in love with minoritarianism, are perfectly happy to have it be the progressive ideology rather than a coherent critique of big finance/big tech.


    But i think the rise of the Jews through American institutions in the 1960s and their extreme dominance in areas of media, culture, and academia is at the root of propagandizing and imposing the minoritarian ideology on the United States and--to a lesser extent--through culture outflow to the broader West.

    To me it is fairly obvious.
    -- Minoritarianism is obviously the ideology of a minority. And it precisely serves Jewish interests in both balkanizing the majority and delegitimizing the majority's right to make decisions in its own interest, substituting elite (Jewish and Jewish influenced) diktat.

    -- The the thrust of the previous 20th century WASP progressive ideology--education, sobriety, population control, environmental protection, societal uplift--boiled down to "everyone ought to behave like a middle class WASP". After the rise of the Jews to be replaced by an ideology that essentially said "The WASPs are oppressors. No minority should have to comply with their norms and values. Revolt!"

    Verdict: Minoritarianism was propagandized and pushed to dominance in the United States primarily through the efforts of Jews. If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.

    Replies: @Nachum, @Jack D, @Paperback Writer

    I do not dispute that the nature of white gentiles and their culture–openness, high trust–call it “Christian universalism” is at the root of why were are getting rolled. Nor that tedious virtue signaling good-white gentiles (like the Smith president) have their hands all over this.

    Yes, of course, your good, trusting nature was used against you by the evil, trickster, shyster Jews. I would love to see you try to tell that to every country in the world that’s been fucked over by the US and its CIA. Last I checked, Jews tended to be against that, except when it came to Israel, of course. But everywhere else, they didn’t like it.

    Literally everywhere else in the world that wasn’t Commie got invaded and fucked over by Uncle Sam and his high trust, good-natured, fair play WASP elite.

  115. @James Speaks
    I'm just gob-smacked that anyone would question Ms. Oumou Kanoute. She looks so peaceful and accomodating.

    https://www.the-sun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2021/02/ad-smith-college-off-platform.jpg?strip=all&quality=100&w=1200&h=800&crop=1

    Replies: @Polistra, @JimDandy, @AnotherDad, @Escher, @Gordo, @Ed, @Mike_from_SGV, @inertial, @Hannah Katz, @Mike Tre, @anon, @Ron Mexico, @Paperback Writer

    Here’s a great example of what I was referring to.

    She’s an idiot. She played the race card like a scoundrel goes to patriotism.

    But it’s her looks that get her the stick hereabouts.

    So stupid.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Paperback Writer

    She’s an idiot. She played the race card like a scoundrel goes to patriotism.

    She's not an idiot, she's clever enough. That's how she played her race card so well.

    But it’s her looks that get her the stick hereabouts.

    Physiognomy is real.

  116. Naturally, this being Unz, it became something about Jews.

  117. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad


    If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.
     
    How can you explain then that in Western European countries (Sweden, UK, Germany, etc.) with relatively small and less culturally influential (surviving) Jewish communities, "minoritarian" ideology is just as prevalent?

    Replies: @anon, @Gabe Ruth

    C’mon, Jack, this is just disingenuous. Have you chatted with Barbara Spectre lately?

  118. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad


    If Jews had not come to the United States minoritarianism would not be the reigning ideology of the United States today.
     
    How can you explain then that in Western European countries (Sweden, UK, Germany, etc.) with relatively small and less culturally influential (surviving) Jewish communities, "minoritarian" ideology is just as prevalent?

    Replies: @anon, @Gabe Ruth

    It’s called cultural imperialism, next question.

    I know you can’t help yourself Jack, but you make yourself ridiculous arguing this point.

  119. @Paperback Writer
    @James Speaks

    Here's a great example of what I was referring to.

    She's an idiot. She played the race card like a scoundrel goes to patriotism.

    But it's her looks that get her the stick hereabouts.

    So stupid.

    Replies: @anon

    She’s an idiot. She played the race card like a scoundrel goes to patriotism.

    She’s not an idiot, she’s clever enough. That’s how she played her race card so well.

    But it’s her looks that get her the stick hereabouts.

    Physiognomy is real.

  120. I can’t believe I missed this post. At my Ive League school in the ’80’s, Smith was known for its SLUTS. Six years after I was graduated, I met a Smith girl, and yes we had sex that night.

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