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You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are, Boys

For most of a century, the partisans of the Soviet Union would make great bales of propaganda hay out of the treatment of blacks in the U.S.A. and other capitalist countries. Communism, contrarily, favored the black man’s liberation from his white colonialist oppressors – or so the story went. Many blacks around the world would find themselves seduced by various Marxist philosophies. W.E.B. DuBois, while wary of perceived racism within the Communist Party U.S.A., looked to Russia as “the most promising modern country”1. Paul Robeson, too, professed his “warm feelings of friendship for the peoples of that land”2. The Soviet Union provided military aid to multiple African nationalist movements during the Cold War, seeming to bolster its image as the ideological alternative to American racism – but had prejudice really been eradicated from the heart of the New Soviet Man of the Bright, Shining Socialist Future? Andrew Young, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under President Carter, averred, “The worst racists in the world are the Russians.”3 Soviet support of black nationalists fighting the Apartheid government of South Africa, for example, would seem to support the sincerity of the Communist Party’s public abhorrence for racism – but how did the Russians react when Africans were actually in their midst?

In 1959, at the urging of DuBois, Khrushchev established the Soviet Union’s Africa Institute to promote academic fellowship, and during the 1960s the number of Africans studying in the U.S.S.R. would swell. “As these institutional initiatives were being finalized African students began to trickle into the U.S.S.R.,” writes Maxim Matusevich:

As of January 1, 1959, there were only seven students from sub-Saharan Africa officially enrolled in Soviet institutions of higher learning. However, between 1960 and 1961 the number of African students in the U.S.S.R. increased almost ten-fold, from 72 to over 500, eventually reaching some 5,000 by the end of the decade. […]

Despite the prevailing climate of complacency and the general timidity of their Soviet peers, Africans protested vociferously against poor living conditions, racist incidents, restrictions on travel within the U.S.S.R., restrictions on dating Russian girls, and restrictions on forming national and ethnic student associations. As early as March 1960, African students in Moscow petitioned the Soviet government to curb the expressions of crude racism by Soviet citizens. On another occasion, two African students refused to be part of a long established Soviet practice – an annual dispatch of thousands of Soviet students to work in the countryside during the harvest. The objectors from Chad and Morocco argued (unconvincingly and probably mockingly) that in their cultures men under 25 years old were not allowed to work in the fields but rather had a special obligation “to engage in leisure activities.”  At about the same time four African students […] were expelled from Moscow State University for defying an administrative ban on the Black African Students’ Union. Their expulsion and subsequent departure from the country received wide coverage in the Western press. The students publicly accused university officials of suppressing the union as well as of imposing severe restrictions on the circulation of “books and jazz records.” […]

The death of a Ghanaian student in Moscow, in December 1963, which his friends suspected to have been a homicide, occasioned an exceptionally angry reaction among African students in the U.S.S.R. They staged a protest march on the Kremlin [and appear to have set fire to at least one car in the process, judging by Associated Press archival footage] demanding a Bill of Rights for African students in the country […] More trouble brewed in 1964 and 1965, with African students in the U.S.S.R. frequently reporting racist attacks, fights with Soviet youngsters, and even feeling compelled to carry knives for protection. Komsomol officials at Moscow State University (MGU) grudgingly acknowledged several instances of scandalous behavior exhibited by Soviet students but also argued that Africans and other foreigners at MGU had a limited understanding of the selfless and romantic nature of Soviet young men, many of whom preferred the hardship of toil in remote Siberia to the pleasures of Moscow high life. One wonders if it was the “romantic nature of Soviet young men” that fueled the passions of one youthful geography major who threatened to “lynch” an African student married to his Russian fellow student. Or was it a disagreement over their respective work ethics that led another MGU freshman to call upon his African roommate to “pack up his stuff and go back to Mali”?

In May 1965, the Soviet authorities tacitly linked the African student community in the country with the idea of political subversion when they expelled a black American diplomat, Norris D. Garnett, for “conducting anti-Soviet work among students from African countries.” Garnett’s departure from the scene hardly had the desired long-term effect. Just a few years later, 800 African students went on a week-long strike, this time – in Kiev, in protest against the expulsion of a 23-year-old Czechoslovakian woman for marrying a Nigerian fellow-student. That same year a Nigerian student sleeping in his dorm room in the city of Lvov (L’viv) was attacked by “a drunken Russian with a chisel.” The attacker was reportedly incensed by the Nigerian’s successes with Russian and Ukrainian girls. The incident quickly turned into a major fight involving other Nigerian students who had come to the rescue of their compatriot, and as a result three of them were expelled “for attacking and beating up a Soviet citizen.” Discrimination or alleged discrimination aside, the students’ resentment, it was noted, stemmed from “the sole fact of their living in a communist country.” Once in the Soviet Union, Africans, “even self-proclaimed leftists,” had to reconcile “the obvious discrepancies between what is said and what actually exists.” And what “actually existed” in the Moscow of 1960s and 1970s were “the crowded living conditions, lack of privacy, monotonous diet, inadequate sanitary facilities, and the overall drabness of life.” A former African student at Moscow State University, writing about his experiences there, maintained that of all foreign students in the Soviet Union, Africans were most upset by Russia’s depressed style of living […]

There was “no splash of color to relieve Moscow’s damp gray”4, and the Russian cultural diet of the time was famously lacking in the urban flava to which blacks are known to be partial. Kidding aside, the Soviets’ blacks appear to have quickly fallen into a pattern of obnoxious behavior that will be immediately familiar to the American reader: lazing, complaining, chasing white girls, and getting into fights – constituting a demographic liability and a constant threat to public order – all while blaming crazed, irrationally hateful whites for their problems.

USSR Milwaukee Sentinel Feb 19 1963

This story, which appeared on February 19, 1963, indicates that anti-black sentiment in the communist bloc was not limited to Russia.

“What I learned in six months in the Soviet Union is what some Africans will never learn,” Kenyan bellyacher Nicholas Nyangira moaned in an article syndicated by the Associated Press in 1965. “They are taken to Russia’s showplaces and never experience the race hatred that I experienced at the University of Baku.” Nyangira claims, furthermore, to have always gone in fear for his life. “We were referred to scathingly as ‘the blacks’,” he continues, his tears positively seeping through the newsprint. “Many local people had never seen an African before and because we were black they hated us.”

Several Kenya students got beaten up. Usually it would begin with abuse, then lead to violence. It was advisable to walk in pairs because if there was trouble you could expect no help from the police.

I don’t remember a week that went by without an African student being robbed or attacked.5

Dindu nuffin? Check. Racist police? Check. Chimpout? Check. Sympathetic U.S. press coverage? Check. Tracing the track of the entitled black through the ages, can any of the preceding – or any of the following – possibly come as any surprise? Matusevich picks up with Russians’ attitudes toward Africans at the close of the Soviet era:

Glasnost lifted the floodgates to prejudice and crude racism and let loose the virtual anti-black hysteria. And many Africans blamed Gorbachev’s “revolution” for not feeling safe in the streets and public places of the Soviet cities. A Nigerian journalism student at Kazan University wrote to a Moscow newspaper: “One day I decided to have my lunch in nearby café. As soon as I opened the door, I was met with jeers and cat-calls by young girls sitting around a table, laughing and cracking unfriendly jokes about me…” The enterprising Nigerians soon learned to play curious mind games to save their skin during the growing number of unfriendly encounters. One of them, for example, when approached by a group of hoodlums, pretended to be an American black. The trick worked as the toughs abandoned their original belligerent intentions and “immediately simulated keen interest and began to ask questions about Steve Wonder, Michael Jackson, etc.” The ploy, however, was not 100% fail proof and between May and August of 1990 at least four Nigerian students were severely beaten up and one allegedly killed in Moscow on grounds raging from “being a monkey” to dating Russian girls. Considering the growing public paranoia about HIV-AIDS, for any African to approach a Russian girl was increasingly becoming a risky proposition. […]

USSR April 6 1990

April 6, 1990: the Deep State calls in its premier spook for a briefing.

“As a result of a deliberate racist campaign, we are now being called SPID (SPID is a Russian abbreviation for AIDS) on the streets by Soviet youngsters.” Soviet street folklore, with its characteristic sexual undertone, tied together the much professed (and mocked) “love” of the Soviet officialdom for the developing world and the appearance of the disease in Russia. A popular joke provided “alternative” transliterations for the original Russian SPID (AIDS) wherein the term was variously interpreted either as Sotsialnoe Posledstvie Internatsionalnoj Druzby (Social Consequence of International Friendship) or Spetsialny Podarok Inostrannyh Druzej (Special Gift from Foreign Friends). Africans residing in the Soviet Union were far from amused though; the joke encapsulated the growing popular dissatisfaction with the regime, which “wasted precious resources” on people who (in the words of one populist politician) “have just descended from the palm tree.” […]

While the Soviet-style paternalism, that permeated the pre-perestroika publications on Africa, was being gradually toned down, so was the concern for the continent. Africans residing in Russia on the eve of the Soviet collapse noted on many occasions that coverage of Africa was reduced to simplistic and highly stereotypical catalogues of its bane and woes. In the media, the very word “Africa” was often supplanted by cherny kontinent (black continent), the place of danger and wasted opportunities, and a proverbial black hole devouring scant Soviet resources. The stage was being set for the Soviet Union’s withdrawal from Africa as it was for the debilitating wave of racism and xenophobia soon to sweep across the post-Soviet spaces.6

But, seriously, Russia – why import blacks in the first place? Everybody knows the Russians invented breakdancing:

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

Rainer is the author of the blockbuster Alt-Right film book Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies.

Endnotes

  1. Carew, Joy Gleason. Blacks, Reds, and Russians: Sojourners in Search of the Soviet Promise. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2010, p. 52.
  2. Robeson, Paul. Here I Stand. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1988, p. 38.
  3. Mitchell, Nancy. Jimmy Carter in Africa: Race and the Cold War. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2016, p. 243.
  4. Matusevich, Maxim. “Probing the Limits of Internationalism: African Students Confront Soviet Ritual”. Anthropology of East Europe Review (Fall 2009), pp. 21-24.
  5. Nyangira, Nicholas. “Student: Russians Hate Negroes”. The Sumter Daily Item (April 16, 1965), p. 3.
  6. Matusevich, Maxim. “Probing the Limits of Internationalism: African Students Confront Soviet Ritual”. Anthropology of East Europe Review (Fall 2009), pp. 30-31.
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Author, Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies

57 comments on “You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are, Boys

  1. icareviews
    March 8, 2018

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    “Dindu nuffin? Check. Racist police? Check. Chimpout? Check. Sympathetic U.S. press coverage? Check. ”

    I now see all that almost daily in MSM press coverage of anything. Demoralizing. In Colorado, the black mayor pf Denver, Michael Hancock, was caught doing sexual harassment things that would have resulted in media screams and howls, if he were white (especially if blond). All the cop unions are calling for his resignation. Hardly makes a blip in the local news. I hope this amazing double standard is starting to register with people. It probably wont.

    Will attempt to read rest of article later. “Dindu Nuffin” caught my eye here.

    http://www.westword.com/news/michael-hancock-sexy-text-scandal-hes-lost-respect-of-police-critic-says-10049391

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  3. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    Do you like the “SBPDL” web site? They seem in-line with AMREN. They don’t touch the JQ but allow ppsts that allude to it and don’t delete posts with the (((xxx))).

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    • icareviews
      March 8, 2018

      SBPDL is okay. Kersey has done some great work, but his worldview is a little basic and entry-level for me. A few days ago, for instance, he was telling everybody to protest the Oscars by going to see the new pro-gun Death Wish remake – as if putting money in Eli Roth’s pocket is somehow pro-white. I’m not dissing the guy, but I don’t feel compelled to read everything he writes, either, since it’s all about the same.

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      • Hipster Racist
        March 9, 2018

        Kersey is wise to the JQ, after years of trying to avoid it, and now is pretty open about it on Twitter. It always works that way, these people go out of their way to suck up to Jews then wind up getting attacked by them anyway. It’s one of those lessons people always have to learn the hard way.

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  4. NoddingHead
    March 8, 2018

    http://www.westword.com/news/michael-hancock-sexy-text-scandal-hes-lost-respect-of-police-critic-says-10049391

    Denver’s black mayor getting away with alot. Media letting it alone but now probably have to say something because all cops in the state call for his resignation. Another case of “dindu nuffin!”.

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  5. bob saffron
    March 8, 2018

    Putin is no Russian nationalist, more a preserver of USSR territorial integrity. Plenty of nationalists languish in jail for racial vilification. The migration of Asians into traditionally Russian areas seems welcomed by the administration. Russians cowed into silence. I guess railing against a few blacks is allowed as harmless.
    https://tinyurl.com/y9bq27vy

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    • BMan
      March 8, 2018

      Putin is the foil in the Kabuki, One side says he never stops his evil attacks on American values, while the other side worships him as if he is George Washington.

      Syria is the just the latest act. Ukraine was first when the “other side” was represented by a Mulatto.

      We know he isn’t on “our” side because if he isn’t outright jewish, he serves them:

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    • icareviews
      March 8, 2018

      I’ve read that Russia hosts a lot of North Korean guest workers, as well.

      I’ve also heard before that Russian nationalists anti-immigration activists hate Putin. Who is the alternative in Russia for voters of populist-nativist inclination? The Communist Party? One sometimes hears of stirring “red-brown” tendencies in Russian politics – commies allying with hardline nationalists – and I think that was a particular fear of the internationalists during Yeltsin’s early years in office – but they just don’t seem to have any opposition parties with sufficient support to dislodge the Putin machine. For decades now, their most famous nationalist politician has been a Jewish clown named Vladimir Zhirinovsky. His whole shtick seems to be to make nationalism into an Archie Bunker type side show.

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  6. bob saffron
    March 8, 2018

    Putin I view positively only in comparison to the giddy imperialism of Washington. Taken with the obligatory grain of salt that comes with partial sources:
    https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/11/death-russian-171123102640298.html

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    • Boopedybop
      March 8, 2018

      I look at Putin as basically the Russian neo-Con answer to US neo-Cons.

      They both play by the same rules (there pretty much are none).

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  7. bob saffron
    March 8, 2018

    Vladimir’s a deliberate and clever statesman, Igor, a wiseguy.
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-11-20/the-russian-banker-who-knew-too-much

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  8. bob saffron
    March 8, 2018

    I’m working on your next exotic travel venture (Screw Morocco! It’s Back to the Future with some ritualized Soviet humiliation. Ivan Ivanovich goes to Диснейленда).
    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2011/may/01/lithuania-soviet-nostalgia-theme-parks

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  9. Boopedybop
    March 8, 2018

    Blacks in Russia you say?

    You know what that means?

    Obligatory Boney M post 🙂

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  10. BMan
    March 8, 2018

    A note on Paul Robeson from my place

    https://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/american-victims-of-the-soviet-gulag/

    Robeson is a particularly sad case. Like Strong, he was brilliant and seemed to have only the very best intentions, but also, like Strong, he was ultimately led astray by rigid adherence to ideology. He had every reason to know the true story of the Soviet tyranny because he made a number of visits to the country. On one such visit the black American automobile worker, Robert Robinson, encountered him personally in a desperate attempt to enlist Robeson’s assistance to get him out of Russia, but Robeson gave him the cold shoulder and did nothing. Worse than that, he defended Stalin’s Soviet Union his entire life.

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  11. Hazelshade
    March 8, 2018

    Wait… this post isn’t about Russians putting American inner cities in tales to scare children?

    Just playin’. But Russia or anyone else could make great bales of propaganda hay on the “urban prairie” in the USA. Photographs of Detroit, East St. Louis, Baltimore etc. might make a man some sheqel$ if the Kremlin doesn’t already have a trove of such photos. Not that the Kremlin would use them to do anything worth doing.

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  12. smartwhiteguy
    March 8, 2018

    “people who have just descended from the palm tree”.
    LOLOL!!!
    Good one Russia!
    I’ve been calling them “orangukangs” lately myself.
    😀

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  13. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    “SBPDL is okay… I’m not dissing the guy, but I don’t feel compelled to read everything he writes, either, since it’s all about the same.”

    I also find it repetetive, and the fact he never discusses the JQ seems a bit weak, but the comments often allude to it. But I like SBPDL because Kersey doesn’t seem to hold anything back about the permanent social differences between blacks and whites. The repetetiveness on that issue is probably a huge strength, and it will lilely lead intelligent people to search for the deeper issues.

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    • Hipster Racist
      March 10, 2018

      IIRC, Kersey is from Baltimore, just like ZMan. I spent a lot of time in Baltimore in my youth – 45 minutes north of DC on the train – and wrote a series of short stories about it.

      It’s essentially the Detroit of the East Coast. A beautiful city with a rich history, it’s been permanently destroyed by Africans and will likely never recover. It’s actually a trip reading reddit’s /r/Baltimore section – “liberal” and “conservative” Whites trying to do their best to talk around the 900 pound elephant in the room – Blacks have make Baltimore a third world city. It’s barely above a half a million people now. Maryland is one of the richest states in the union, yet Baltimore is a shithole – the Wire.

      Baltimore is on the Chesapeake Bay, one of the most beautiful bodies of water on Planet Earth. It’s the sailboat capital of the world. Baltimore’s inner harbor was recognized by the British as one of the best natural ports in the world. Baltimore has these beautiful old rowhomes and once had a truly healthy working class White culture. It was always somewhat of a blue collar city. My Dad used to love to tell stories of taking my Mom out on the town to Baltimore in the late 60s when they were first married.

      I spent a few summers there in the 1990s – the time period The Wire is based on. It was Crack City. The Whites were all huddled in a few areas around Johns Hopkins and the Harbor. The entire Westside and Eastside of Baltimore were no-go zones and were controlled by Black drug gangs.

      We all thought it was going to be gentrified like Manhattan and other cities were – didn’t happen. The opposite happened. It continued to spiral into third world status. There’s still a few rich neighborhoods to the north – and areas that have private police forces. But outside of the tightly controlled Inner Harbor/Downtown core where the tourist areas are – it’s freaking Africa. Literally Whites cannot walk down the street. It has one of the highest murder rates in America – as bad as the worse parts of Chicago.

      This, less than an hour north of the capital of the United States. Just compare Baltimore with Northern Virginia just south of DC – it’s like night and day. Northern Virginia is a wealthy, urbanized suburb. Baltimore – a historical American city, with a colonial history, a Washington Monument, Johns Hopkins, perhaps the most important and advanced medical institution in the world – and it’s all gone to shit, thanks to the third world African population.

      A shame on America, truly. They all blame White people for “white flight” – as if White people WANTED to leave Baltimore, instead of literally being ethnically cleansed by violent Black gangs and their utterly corrupt Black government officials.

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      • bob saffron
        March 12, 2018

        JamesLaFond.com has a running commentary on Baltimore’s decline from a white resident and worker’s perspective.

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  14. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    I brought up SBPDL because I saw a few words and phrases in this article that, at least for me, were instantly recognisable only because of the repetion of these on SBPDL.

    “Dindu nuffin? Check. Racist police? Check. Chimpout? Check.”

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  15. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    Repetition is really important I think. You guys have the strongest ideas about 9/11 and I think it needs to be repeated often, and built upon with new articles. For example, Revilo Oliver identified and documented several other “false flags” and would most surely be labelled a “conspiracy theorist” now. I think he would definitively have argued strongly that 9/11 was a Jewish conspiracy. But of course he died before 9/11. Major professors like that are really important for credibility.

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    • icareviews
      March 9, 2018

      I’m not so sure. Oliver was a great intellect, but his take wasn’t always correct. His theory on the JFK assassination, for instance, was pretty weak. Most of the more academic and intellectually respectable white nationalists tend to shy away from the naughtier “conspiracy theories” on 9/11. An exception was Edgar Steele, but that extraordinary man is no longer with us.

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  16. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    He was very repetetive in his own pre-internet way.

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  17. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    He saw the big picture and he was probably a genius, but yes, he was arrogant and made errors. Oliver’s dumbest error, in my opinion, was his oft-stated idea that the world could absolutely never support any more than 5 billion people. There are now 7 billion people.

    I can’t believe any supposed “white-nationalists” who doesn’t also unequivocally state that they know that 9/11 was a false flag.

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    • bob saffron
      March 12, 2018

      Because most haven’t mulled over the force required to turn steel, glass and other refractory building materials into dust so fine it can be seen entering the stratosphere on satellite shots. No commonly known explosive produces such volume of nano-particles with no great heat. (Not that I understand what happened, except that it wasn’t what we’re told).

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  18. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    I respect credible people like Kevin MacDonald who don’t take a position one way or another on 9/11. He probably doesn’t have the knowledge of the physical sciences required to take a strong position on 9/11. He is a humanities genius.

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  19. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    On the other hand, hard science professors like Arthur Butz (electrical engineering) and William Pierce (physics) have contributed a lot.

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  20. NoddingHead
    March 9, 2018

    There is an opportunity here, write “Hoax of the 21st Century” about 9/11.

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    • icareviews
      March 9, 2018

      Christopher Bollyn has written extensively about Jewish involvement in 9/11. If you want my contribution to an esoteric understanding of that operation as it relates to the entertainment industry, get my book!

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  21. NoddingHead
    March 10, 2018

    I worked in Russia shortly after the “dissolution” of the Soviet Union, during Yeltsin. Most of the Russian interpreters I had would use the “monkey” analogy fairly often after hours especially when we were drinking and race came up, but, like most of us then, would never make such “racist” comments while on the job. That was long before the red pill and I thought they were guilty of serious thought-crime, but I still laughed along with them and nodded.

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  22. NoddingHead
    March 10, 2018

    Just ordered your book, this time succesfully (apparently). Looking forward to reading it!

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  24. bob saffron
    March 12, 2018

    On drugs and informers, “Ex New Yorker” has some good observations about where the student loan bubble is going to take us. (H/T “T”).

    https://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2017/11/his-name-is-alexander-wroblewski.html?m=0

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  25. NoddingHead
    March 12, 2018

    Ex New Yorker sings the praises of rural western America bit I have my doubts about him also. A lot of rural America is being overrun by Hispanic immigration. Many formerly nice, clean, small towns in the West and Midwest are now thoroughly shitholed by the cheap-labor imports. He doesn’t ever seem to acknowledge that reality.

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  26. NoddingHead
    March 12, 2018

    There are many non-white shitholes in rural America now, places that were formerly decent, especially in the West. They have become shitholes due to the Money Power, who always prefer cheaper labor and do not give a shit whatsoever about community or race. They don’t live there.

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  27. NoddingHead
    March 12, 2018

    What has happened to agriculture in the US is a “collectivisation”. Same as what was done in the USSR, but with less outright killing. Lots of pain and heartbreak (think foreclosed farms), but less murder. Our own “Kulaks” just became Okies and burger-flippers instead of Cheka murder victims.

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  28. NoddingHead
    March 12, 2018

    Our own “collectivisation” of agriculture got a huge push forward with the Great Depression. Wait! I thought the creation of the Federal Reserve and Income Tax, 16 years before the start of the “Great Depression” was supposed to alleviate problems and suffering associated with booms and busts? Ha!

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  29. NoddingHead
    March 13, 2018

    Of course, American collectivisation of agriculture happened via the banking/corporate route. “Free markets!” Not via Bolshevism and outright murder of the goyim farmers.

    I made a comment a while back where I said Ayn Rand was promoted heavily by the Jewish media. Maybe folks didn’t believe that. Tonight on “Jeopardy” it was revealed that the New York Times, in the 1950s, called “Atlas Shrugged” one of the most influential novels of all time.

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  30. NoddingHead
    March 17, 2018

    Well, at least our collectivisation occurred without much outright killing. Just people losing their properties and becoming roaming labor.

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  31. NoddingHead
    March 22, 2018

    What, no comments on the massive collectivisation of American farming? It was only a few years after the Federal Reserve Act and the implementation of the Income Tax onwhen banks began taking over farm lands en masse. That eas called “the Great Depression”.

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    • icareviews
      March 22, 2018

      Not my area of expertise, but there probably is a useful parallel that could be drawn between farm collectivization in the USSR and the consolidation of corporate farmlands in the US.

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  32. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    It all happened in between 1917 and the 1930s.

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  33. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    Of course, the Federal Reserve Act and the income tax were accomplished just before the Bolshevik Revolution.

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