Posted On: Friday - May 13th 2022 6:25PM MST
In Topics:   Immigration Stupidity  Internets  Media Stupidity  alt-right  Female Stupidity
OK, look, I just read VDare for the straight scoop on all things immigration-invasion, that's all. As a digression right from the start here, let me just say that there have been many very good posts there lately on the specific politics of the Bai Dien Administration's purposeful open borders treason and what's going on within the Border Patrol and other related Feral Gov't departments. Besides the usual Washington Watcher II, Federale, and occasional Former Agent posts, a writer named A.W. Morgan has been all over this story, with 17 posts already in May, more than one per day! (Allan Wall, as always, covers the Mexican politics.) I urge anyone who really cares about this issue to read and support VDare, as Peak Stupidity does.
The story in this post is of my reading of the latest from VDare's resident assimilated Latin American immigrant writer Pedro de Alvarado. (He wrote a lot about Venezuela early on, so I am under the impression he is from that country.) This is about a point that is not brought up specifically very often, though it's probably in mind by those worried about the immigration invasion as an inherent problem. That is the "diaspora" of immigrants from countries or areas of the world that are powerful and/or worriesome and where there loyalties lie.
Mr. De Alvarado tells us about this problem in Turkey, China, Demonstrate Political Dangers Of Mass Migration, Diasporas. Please read the article for the important points he makes, but then my post here will fixate from here on out on the video embedded therein, by Canadian alt-right activist Lauren Southern.
Produced by RebelMedia, "I thought I was in Germany" is an ~3 minute long story on Mrs. Southern's experience in the Marxloh District of the German city of Duisburg. The video is worth watching for two or more reasons. Here:
Well, there's nothing at all I can find wrong with Lauren Southern's opinion on the problem of non-assimilation of mass numbers of immigrants,made worse when they are foreign in religion, culture, and every damn thing. However, as I watched the parts (~ 1/2, I guess) of the video in which Mrs. Southern appears, as a POP - Person Of Pole-larity - I could not help looking at these 2 other items worthy of mention. I mean that my eyes were focused a little over a foot lower than this alt-right pundit's eyes or mouth, or wherever we're probably supposed to be looking during her talk.
This video was something else! It was enjoyable in its agreeable political opinions and its, errr aesthetics(?). There's a good case to be made that showing one's assets in a black dress with a black background without distractions will keep the viewers' attention, or I guess half of a random set of viewers, statistically.** I was listening intently, almost mesmerized, one might say, but just focused a bit lower than I would be for other videos. I don't NEED to read lips. Even with the Canadian accent, that reminds me of Jordan Peterson, I heard everything.
Showing off one's body is a thing only a young woman pundit or activist such as Lauren can take advantage of. Maybe a few people will be turned off and figure she is not a serious person, but from her background, I know this one at least is definitely serious about her politics. She is alt-right and conservative and a great asset to the anti-invasion and anti-White cause.*** The ctrl-left has a real disadvantage in this regard as do they even have ANYONE who is pretty, or hot, and could keep men watching her in a low-cut black dress? Anyone? anyone? Racheal Maddow? (I'm back. Oh, man! Stomach acid is hell on a touch screen.)
Back to what was supposed to be the real subject here for a minute, I read a few of the comments under this video on youtube. I couldn't read 3,500 of them, but the big objection I saw to the video in the first few had nothing to do with the distraction of this anti-invasion activist's nice boobs but that "Hey, the Turkish flags were hanging out the windows there in the Marxloh District because the big soccer match was on, and the people wanted to, you know, support the team". I can believe that. So, the Turkish flags may not be hanging there all year long (though the burkas, non-German food, and lack of any concern for German history and heritage will be). That doesn't negate Mrs. Southern's point at all. Why wouldn't these people root for the German soccer team? Are these people German or not? That's the point made in the video - they aren't.
PS: I'm not sure if the viewer caught this, but there is an artifact in the short duration between 02:24 and 02:25. Lauren Southern's breasts move apart about an inch. This is one of those cuts that videographers love so much, I guess to shave a few seconds off of the length of their videos. It was weird, as I realized how much I'd been watching them. I'm sorry, it's just the way it is.
I do want to write a post soon about a few things I don't like about the youtubers, this quick cutting and splicing being one of them (not in this instance - it was fun to watch). I have at least 3 different complaints about these videographers.
PPS: One more thing, about the Female Stupidity topic key. I've written this before, but just to reiterate: Unlike for the previous post, I don't use this topic key necessarily to point out stupid women. It's just for stupidity that specifically involves women only. I like Lauren Southern, and I don't think her video is stupid. This post was specifically about a women thing. (Not many guys will get viewers mesmerized by their chests, but what do I know ...)
* Our software didn't know how to spell this, and then I almost wrote it as you-tubetop-per. Peak Stupidity is hopeful we can show something like that in another post.
** It's not a random set though. Those really politically aware lean male by a long shot.
*** Wiki is so biased on its page on Lauren Southern that I'm not even going to link to it. She has a background of activism all over the English-speaking world and has been banned from a handful of countries. That's a very good sign. (OK, well the bans were temporary, but then she got protested and shut down afterwards, so she's good people ...)