Steve Bannon Attempting to Walk-Back Inflammatory Comments

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
January 8, 2018

I have already said I think he must have been drunk when he made these statements, because even if he wanted to say them, why would he say them to a book author instead of the press directly?

CNN:

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said Sunday he regretted not responding sooner to comments attributed to him that were critical of Donald Trump Jr. in an explosive new book on the White House.

“Donald Trump, Jr. is both a patriot and a good man,” read Bannon’s statement, which CNN obtained Sunday from a source close to Bannon. “He has been relentless in his advocacy for his father and the agenda that has helped turn our country around.”

The statement later adds: “I regret that my delay in responding to the inaccurate reporting regarding Don Jr has diverted attention from the president’s historical accomplishments in the first year of (Trump’s) presidency.”

Along with the above statements made to Axios, he released a media statement saying he was actually talking about Paul Manafort when he said “treason.”

The Guardian:

The Guardian revealed last week that Bannon, formerly Trump’s chief strategist, said a Trump Tower meeting between Trump Jr and Russians during the 2016 presidential election campaign was “treasonous” and “unpatriotic”.

In his statement given to the Guardian and other outlets on Sunday, Bannon did not apologise for any of his remarks to the author Michael Wolff, which included strident criticisms of the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump – whom he called “dumb as a brick” – and her husband, ((((((Jared Kushner)))))).

But he said he should have been quicker to clarify that his remarks about the June 2016 meeting in Trump Tower referred to Trump’s then campaign chairman, who was also present.

“My comments were aimed at Paul Manafort, a seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge of how the Russians operate,” Bannon said. “He should have known they are duplicitous, cunning and not our friends. To reiterate, those comments were not aimed at Don Jr.”

This is pretty garbled. Apparently he is saying he was misquoted? As in, words that he did not say were attributed to him?

If that was the case why didn’t he immediately come out with the statement?

The White House is saying Steve will never be invited back into confidence.

The Hill:

A White House official told Politico that it was “unlikely” Stephen Bannon would return to his former status in President Trump’s circle after Bannon released a statement reiterating his support for Trump.

Bannon called Donald Trump Jr. a “patriot” and a “good man” in a statement earlier Sunday, adding that he regretted not addressing comments attributed to him in a new bombshell book about Trump’s White House.

However, Politico reported that several Trump administration officials said the statement did not change the views of Bannon by those close to Trump.
Bannon said in the statement that his support for Trump was “unwavering” and that “President Trump was the only candidate that could have taken on and defeated the Clinton apparatus.”

Trump releasing a blistering statement claiming that Bannon “lost his mind” after the comments attributed to Bannon first emerged.

The former chief strategist is quoted in Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” as saying the Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer was “treasonous.”

“They’re going to crack Don Junior like an egg on national TV,” Bannon says in the book.

I think it’s fair enough to dump the guy.

The question now is whether or not Breitbart will dump him, and I think that if they are able, they will.

It’s all very sad. I don’t understand why someone would destroy their career and their legacy this way.

I guess the lesson is: if you’re totally plastered, go home. Don’t talk to reporters you may pass on your way home.

Right-Wing Extremists are the Happiest People in America – 1488 is the most potent anti-depressant there is.

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
December 24, 2017

It doesn’t get any happier than this, folks.

If there’s one thing I’ve noticed about liberals, it’s that they tend to be miserable people wracked with guilt and anger at the world, and they have no real means to do anything about it.

Personally, I’ve felt a lot better about myself and the world as I moved from the liberal “conspiracy theory” mindset towards nationalism, fascism and masculinism.

But as it turns out, it’s been proven that not only are conservatives much happier than liberals, but hard-core extremists are the happiest of them all.

New York Times:

WHO is happier about life — liberals or conservatives? The answer might seem straightforward. After all, there is an entire academic literature in the social sciences dedicated to showing conservatives as naturally authoritarian, dogmatic, intolerant of ambiguity, fearful of threat and loss, low in self-esteem and uncomfortable with complex modes of thinking. And it was the candidate Barack Obama in 2008 who infamously labeled blue-collar voters “bitter,” as they “cling to guns or religion.” Obviously, liberals must be happier, right?

Wrong. Scholars on both the left and right have studied this question extensively, and have reached a consensus that it is conservatives who possess the happiness edge. Many data sets show this. For example, the Pew Research Center in 2006 reported that conservative Republicans were 68 percent more likely than liberal Democrats to say they were “very happy” about their lives. This pattern has persisted for decades. The question isn’t whether this is true, but why.

The answer is actually quite simple.

Liberals don’t accept the world as it is, and so their gripes are about things which can never be changed or improve. People will never be equal. This means that their whole lives are lived as a slow accumulation of frustrations and anxieties, about which they can do nothing of significance. They feel responsible for the world, and simultaneously powerless to change it.

Right-wingers in general tend to accept things as they are, at least in terms of the fundamental laws of reality. This makes their goals much more easily attained. They accept that some people are poor, and even that they’re poor themselves, as long as they get just rewards for their efforts and aren’t denied opportunities unfairly.

That’s a much more stoic, and thus healthy, way to look at the world.

Many conservatives favor an explanation focusing on lifestyle differences, such as marriage and faith. They note that most conservatives are married; most liberals are not. (The percentages are 53 percent to 33 percent, according to my calculations using data from the 2004 General Social Survey, and almost none of the gap is due to the fact that liberals tend to be younger than conservatives.) Marriage and happiness go together. If two people are demographically the same but one is married and the other is not, the married person will be 18 percentage points more likely to say he or she is very happy than the unmarried person.

Until the broad divorces your ass, takes all your money, the house and the kids, that is.

But that’s a different issue.

The story on religion is much the same. According to the Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey, conservatives who practice a faith outnumber religious liberals in America nearly four to one. And the link to happiness? You guessed it. Religious participants are nearly twice as likely to say they are very happy about their lives as are secularists (43 percent to 23 percent). The differences don’t depend on education, race, sex or age; the happiness difference exists even when you account for income.

It’s not that liberals don’t have a religion. Their religion is liberalism.

The problem is that liberalism is a religion in which salvation can only be attained through self-destruction and sterility, which goes against the basic instincts of man. So it’s a religion that can only make you miserable, either because you follow it and destroy your life, or because you don’t and thus are a bad person.

Oh no, I’m perpetuating White supremacy… I’m such a terrible person.

Political moderates must be happier than extremists, it always seemed to me. After all, extremists actually advertise their misery with strident bumper stickers that say things like, “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention!”

But it turns out that’s wrong. People at the extremes are happier than political moderates. Correcting for income, education, age, race, family situation and religion, the happiest Americans are those who say they are either “extremely conservative” (48 percent very happy) or “extremely liberal” (35 percent). Everyone else is less happy, with the nadir at dead-center “moderate” (26 percent).

Moderates are unhappy because they either don’t believe in anything worthwhile, or don’t have the courage and integrity to put their beliefs into application. Moderates don’t have any frame of reference to understand the events around them, and thus live in a perpetual state of confusion and bewilderment.

Liberals are wrong about damn near everything, but at least they feel as though they know what’s going on. And even though their beliefs are self-destructive, at least they feel like there’s a path to salvation. Even that’s better than being a direction-less moderate.

But of course, the happiest people of them all are right-wing extremists. We’re the only people who actually know what’s going on – which can easily be demonstrated by the fact that our predictions are generally accurate, unlike those of the liberals which are usually disastrously wrong. And our goals are clear and achievable, even if difficult, unlike Jew pipe-dreams like “equality” and multi-culturalism.

So put away your prozak, depressed people of the world, and learn to love Hitler.

1488 is the most potent anti-depressant there is.

Re: The Disturbing History of the Suburbs

Published on Oct 5, 2017

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Lake Superior Mines, Old Copper Culture and Copper Shipments to Europe during the Bronze Age.

Deluge of Atlantis
Deluge of Atlantis
 http://frontiers-of-anthropology.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/lake-superior-mines-old-copper-culture.html

Great Lakes Copper Mining in Ancient Times and the Old Copper Culture Below are examples of the forms native copper comes in at the lodes at the Upper Pennisula of Michigan. Because of the copper’s purity, it can be traced chemically to Europe in the Bronze age and even to the Middle East when it turns up in Old World archaeological sites.

3 ton copper nugget, Lake Superior

Teresa Drusin sent me a message about the copper mines in the Lake Superior area on February 6. It included the information:

Dating Problem
Carbon Dating of the Ancient Mines of Lake superior (Kitchi-Gummi) are much older than would be expected.
Ten such dates run from 2470 BC to 1050 BC.
No developed cultures were here to use the copper. In addition the copper is missing.
Carbon Dates from Isle Royale
Minong Site Copper Mine 2470 BC and 2450 BC.
Lookout Site Copper Mine 2460 BC.
Minong Site Copper Mine 1850 BC, 1510 BC, 1410 BC, 1370 BC, 1360 BC, and 1050 BC.
Siskiwit Site Copper Mine 1420 BC

To which I replied:
On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 7:16 PM, Dale Drinnon wrote:

But there WERE copper artifacts all over the area and dating MUCH further back than the quoted C14 dates on these coppermines. Furthermore the page you listed cites some nonstandard dates for some other things otherwise.
The Old Copper Culture begins sometime before 4000 BC and hence is on a par with Megalithic Europe and most parts of the Near East, and they were making tools of much the same design as Bronze Age Europe at the same time-
” Archaeologists do know that widespread trading must have taken place because items such as marine shells from the southern Gulf Coast are found at Archaic sites.” at the last one.
Best Wishes, Dale D.

To which Teresa replied: “hhhhmmmm…. the plot thickens. so why aren’t we reading more bout this sort of things. Well we are, but why isn’t this making more mainstream news I wonder?”

And then I came back with: “Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt, ya know.”

An obituary for Fred Rydholm that appeared in April of 2009 happened to mention some of the basic circumstances regarding the Lake Superior copper and it is worth quoting here:

About a year and a half ago, Fred sent me an autographed copy of his book, “Michigan Copper: The Untold Story,” without which I could not have written The Copper Trail portion of a program presented at the Ancient Artifact Preservation Society’s annual convention in Marquette last fall. He enclosed a handwritten note basically saying he felt that I was the most qualified person to write The Copper Trail. Actually, Fred was the most qualified person — no one else could come close to his knowledge about the vast amounts of pure natural copper in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the history of its mining. But I’ll take the compliment, and thanks to my fellow researcher Myron Paine of Martinez, Calif., who apparently put a bug in Fred’s ear about whatever writing abilities I possess.
The Copper Trail is part of a chain of evidence presented at the conference stating that oceans were not barriers in ancient times, but were moving highways — allowing many peoples from many places to travel to the land that now is the Americas at many times before Christopher Columbus “discovered” it Many of those seafarers came to what is now known as Michigan, to gather and transport native copper back to their home countries, fueling the world’s Bronze Age. Bronze is 90 percent copper alloyed with 10 percent tin. Michigan has more than 5,000 ancient copper mining pits, some as deep as 30 feet and all so old they were filled almost to ground level with decayed vegetable matter and wind-blown soil when they were discovered in the mid-1850s. Thousands upon thousands of stone hammers (used to batter pieces small enough to carry, from big, heated copper nuggets) were found in and around the mining pits. The story of Michigan’s copper is not taught in our public schools today, but thanks to Fred more than anyone else, it will be in the future — and it certainly should be. It’s a fascinating story and part of our nation’s early history.
Fred was the catalyst behind the formation of the Ancient American Artifact Preservation Society and the first to have the idea for a planned museum to promote knowledge of the copper country and diffusionism. (Diffusionists believe the opposite of the traditional view of history, which teaches that Columbus and a few Norse were the first Europeans to reach the Americas, other than ancestors of American Indians who are said to have walked across the Bering land bridge which existed in the distant past. To read more about Fred, learn about the upcoming Conference on Ancient Copper or the 5th Annual AAPS Conference on Ancient America or buy “Michigan Copper: The Untold Story,” visit http://www.aaaps.org and click on the appropriate icons.
Fred proposed to build the museum over huge piece of [glacially-deposited] native float copper which was discovered about 10 years ago. The huge copper nugget weighs an estimated 40 to 70 tons. No one knows how much of the nugget’s copper is underground, so there is no way to properly verify its weight. The AAPS (the word “American” has been dropped since the society’s founding) made a down payment on the nugget and several acres of land a couple of years ago, but still owes about $340,000. The aaaps.org Web site also tells how to make donations to benefit the museum project. After the museum is built, and as word gets out to schools about the copper country and the ancient copper trade, Fred’s influence on the teaching of history will be felt around the world.

Now I should mention that the first time that it was suggested that the European Bronze Age was relying heavily on UP Michigan copper was in 1881. That was by Ignatius Donnelly in Atlantis: the Antediluvian World. Since then the official stance has been to steadfastly ignore any evidence that such a thing was even possible.

Above at left, “Foreign” skull discovered at Lake Superior Copper Mines and at right deformed skull of a child from Spain. Below, comparison of the “Foreign” skull to the Mesolithic Capsian Combe-Capelle skull from Southern France, typical from Spain and North Africa also during the period. The Combe-capelle skeleton is often listed as an Aurignacian type but this is incorrect, recent research has shown that it was an intrusive burial into the older layers and should be dated closer to 8000 BC: the type continued on into later typical “Mediterranean” populations.

The Old Copper Culture lasted from about 4000 BC (or even before)
until about 1000 BC: the Mound (Adena and Hopewell) copper items
seem to be a direct continuation of the same tradition.

It is important that several of the types of tools made by the OCC
are of the types being made in Europe at the same time, and that it
would be EXTREMELY unusual if the people in the New World
independantly invented such a thing as socketed hafting of spears and
celts. But beyond that there is the whole array of European style
tools including little cosmetic spoons and trepanning tools, and some
of the “Spearheads” look a lot like bronze knives and swords being
used in Europe. And just when did shaving become important enough
among Native Americans that you frequently find RAZORS, even exactly
the same type as popular in Europe at the same time?

One of the internet sites I took the photos from was extremely
critical of diffusionist theories about the OCC mining works. I
include a quote below:

“There have been incredible, but totally unsubstantiated, claims made
as to the time and manpower required to create the ancient copper
pits and as to the amount of copper that was actually mined.
Beginning with Drier and Du Temple in 1961 and Mertz in 1967,
through Sodders in 1990, figures of .5 to 1.5 billion pounds (yes
billion, not million) have been put forth. Sodders postulates “it is
believed that as many as 10,000 miners, labored some 1,000 years, in
an estimated 10,000 Copper Range pits”. Drier and Du Temple get to
their figures with the following assumptions in their 1961
work “Prehistoric Copper Mining in the Lake Superior Region”: “If one
assumes that an average pit is 20 feet in diameter and 30 feet deep,
then it appears that something like 1000 to 1200 tons of ore were
removed per pit. If the ore averaged 5% or 100 pounds per ton then
approximately 100,000 pounds of copper were removed per pit. If 5000
pits existed, as earlier estimates indicated (and all are copper
bearing), then 100,000 pounds per pit in 5000 pits means that
500,000,000 pounds of copper were mined in prehistoric times- all of
it without anything more than fire, stone hammers and manpower. If
the ore averaged 15% copper and if more than 5000 pits existed, then
over 1.5 billion pounds of copper were mined”.

One has to ask the obvious question, where did all this mined copper
go? Some scholars would have us believe that the vast majority was
taken by Phoenicians, Berbers, Minoans, Bronze Age Europeans or
Vikings in a huge international copper trade centering in the Lake
Superior Region. Where is the archeological evidence to support these
theories? The truth is that it does not exist. There are no
identified community or camp sites, no burial remains, and no
identifiable artifacts to support any of these theories. All of this
evidence does exist to demonstrate that the indigenous peoples were,
in fact, the ones who mined the copper and fashioned it into
implements, weapons and ornaments”

I need not point out that no evidence exists for the presumptive
Native American encampments either. And the holes ARE there while the
copper IS gone now. I think it goes without saying that Lake Superior copper
was used in the European Bronze age, there have been chemical analysis results
that support that idea as quoted by the AAAPF and other organizations. It is the
reason that Barry Fell underttok the writing of Bronze Age America.

And furthermore the forms of the copper objects that were manufactured by the Old Copper Culture match their old-world analogues (also specified by Barry Fell). Any of them could be taken to be artifacts of an introduced culture. What eventually happened in America was that they eventually ceased to have a utilitarian use and value and were used solely as elite trade items. Or for their monetary value and the status they conferred, to put it another way.

OCC tools and ornaments are scattered over a wide area besides around the Great Lakes in the USA: I know of several finds in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky and even as far away as Maryland. These are assumed to have been trade goods. They are also found in Canada as far as Lake Winnepeg.

Locations of some Old Copper Culture artifact collections:

Wisconsin State Historical Society in Madison
Chicago Field Museum
Neville Public Museum in Green Bay
American Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C.
Pennsylvania University Museum in Philadelphia

Boats such as were used by the builders of stonehenge to move large blocks of stone over hundreds of miles.
Presumably for very heavy loads, two or more of these were lashed together side by side like outriggers.

Those Isle Royale copper miners had to go out in notoriously rough waters, repeatedly, and with mega-tons of that copper they had been digging out. They WEREN’T doing that in little birch-bark canoes. Viking longboats or their earlier forerunners would be more like it. They HAD to have been pretty rough sea-faring types to get through with the cargo. Which we know they did, because the copper they shipped out turns up everywhere.
Incidentally, not only is Lake Superior the largest of the Great Lakes, it contains enough water to make up all of the other Great Lakes, plus enough left over for several more Lake Eires.

Late Bronze Age Merchant Ship
Copper Token, possibly representative for 1 fullsized “Oxhide” ingot
Such as commonly used in shipping during the Bronze Age (Below)
Chemical analysis of certain European Bronze Age goods demonstrates that the copper in them came from America, and specifically from the Great Lakes region. And that is a fact that has been confirmed several times by different evaluations on different samples and has been known for a long time: over a century to be precise. It has simply been denied by the communist in academia as it conflicts with their agenda to use white guilt to genocide whites.

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Obama spends $1.6 million tax dollars for Atzlan murals.

This hideous anti-America “mural” brought to you by the Obama administration with US tax dollars.

The Obama administration loves America so much that they spent $1.6 million of your money to “restore” trashy “Chicano Nationalist” graffiti murals in California.

The murals depict the Latino conquest and breaking up of the southwestern United States. They also pay tribute to Fidel Castro and mass murderer Che Guevara.

This is all part of an effort by the Obama administration to mobilize radical Latinos to get to the polls in 2012. Obama is abandoning white voters and plans to run a non-whites vs. the white man re-election campaign.

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Eric Holder vilifies whites at NAACP rally.

From Examiner.com…

While few other groups would welcome the Attorney General speak at their event, the NAACP did. His speech remained true to his usual pattern of vilifying white people. He claimed that South Carolina’s new voter ID law is an attack on minorities.

The AG is cuurently blocking South Carolina’s voter ID law from going into effect. Holder said the “achievements that defined the civil rights movement now hang in the balance” because of the voter ID law.

Holder categorized the voter ID law as “racially discriminatory” and part of “overt and subtle forms of discrimination” that “remain all too common.”

Teen struggles to live after huge mob attack by immigrants.

A huge mob of Latino immigrants, screaming in Spanish, attacked a group of three white teens in Orange County, CA. One of the victims had his head smashed in by multiple blows from bricks. He is comatose in critical condition. His father rushed into the attack and drug his son away and the Latino thugs beat him as well.

From Patch.com…

Three suspects — Filiberto Thomas Cordova, 23, Francisco Javier Sanchez, 29, and Gilberto Velazquez, 29 — have been charged with attempted murder and assault in the case. In addition, Velazquez and Sanchez face felony street terrorism charges for their alleged affiliation with the San Clemente-related Varrio Chico street gang, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s office.

An Orange County Sheriff’s Department spokesman did not return messages seeking confirmation that the charges were related to Friday’s assault, but the date and details in the D.A. complaint match up with the accounts of five witnesses interviewed by San Clemente Patch.

The brawl, which erupted around 11 p.m. near the corner of Avenida Rosa and Avenida Victoria, involved more than a dozen people, according to witnesses, police reports and fire officials.

Dan Jacobsen, one of the victims, got involved after hearing a commotion outside his apartment and running outside, where he saw his 19-year-old son and two friends arguing with several other men.

Suddenly, a white, two-door Chevy pickup sped to the stop sign at the end of Rosa from the direction of El Camino Real, and several men got out, he said.

Jacobsen, who pulled away some of the attackers and was injured in the process, said he dragged his son — who had been knocked unconscious — to the concrete stairs of their apartment, where a faint bloodstain remained Tuesday.

Jacobsen said it was then he saw the attackers descend en masse on the victim who is now comatose.

“They were beating on him,” Jacobsen said. “[The man in the coma] got hit at least three times.”

The media insults the victims by calling it “a brawl.” If the races had been reversed, this would be the biggest news story in the nation.

 

 

 

 

How do you say “MacRib” in Chinese?

How do you say “MacRib” in Chinese?

http://cliffsofinsanity2010.blogspot.com/2012/01/how-do-you-say-macrib-in-chinese.html

(h/t to GardenSERF) for this story.

Arctic Patriot does a great job of taking this down from the top rope here.

So like any good tag-team wrestler, I now tag in to continue the beating while the ref is ignoring me and berating my teammate for his brutal chops.

From the story:

As part of their winter break, the cadets are spending a week with the Alvin and League City Police departments and getting a firsthand look at how the justice system works.

“These guys are all the upper echelon,” Dr. Phillip Lyons said of the cadets.

Lyons is a professor in the College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University. He said of the 10,000 people who apply to the Chinese police college, only 1,000 get in.

The Chinese police college is a blend of law school, a social science degree and a police academy, Lyons said. Of the students that get into the college, only 36 are admitted into the International Policing Cooperation program, and finally, only 16 get the chance to come study at Sam Houston State University.

The cadets will spend a year taking classes alongside the university’s other students. By coming to League City and Alvin, the cadets will gain experience in the community-policing model that will be useful to the cadets as policing in China evolves, Lyons said.

I guess they forgot to mention “intense political indoctrination” as part of their Chinese police training, but hey, why be redundant?  It’s not like we don’t use government employment to build voting blocs here.

If I apply the Iron Law of bureaucracy, then this idea will surely have to grow.  After all, only eeevil racist white domestic terrorists could disagree with something as fine and upstanding as The International Policing Cooperation program.  It has to be a good idea…right?  So next year, we need to double our numbers to show “growth”.  Which means more administrators for the program.  And jobs!  Maybe spread the program to many other institutions teaching criminal justice.

But why stop there?  Why not hook up the Chinese police with the TSA?  I mean…if we really want to show them the very best.
But why stop there?  Why not make the training more realistic, deputize them and let them “assist?”  You know, the routine, mundane jobs like writing speeding tickets at first.  Then maybe let them ride shotgun on another Guerena raid to reinforce the idea that every “Jose Guerena” chalk outline is free.

I just wonder how long it will be until the first one of these kids gets injured or killed while out on patrol.  Or maybe one of these kids has to respond with force to protect their “partner” and injures or kills an American?  What could possibly go wrong with this idea?

So we influence them with our policing practices and they influence police with their communist doctrine.  Let me guess, one of the totally predictable quotes from some of the policemen is “how similar we really are.”  Indeed.  As a bonus, maybe the program can grow to massive proportions so that we all get comfortable with the idea of having a Chinese person in the car along with our “normal” police officers.  A Chinaman in every police cruiser, I say!

Charlie Sheen would say, that’s winning over here and winning over there-Bi-winning!  Alvie asks, “How you say ‘MacRib’ in Chinese?”

I guess it would be too obvious of a creditor nation to take possession of a debtor nation Red Dawn style.  Slower is better, wouldn’t want to rouse the Wolverines-or Honey Badgers-or whatever cute but ferocious mascot we have these days.