A Jew Pays a Visit to My Blog

A Jewish person wrote this:

I certainly agree with you, Bob that  “MOST Jews are subhuman scum”. These parasitical vermin are certainly disproportionately the cause of virtually all evil in the world today, and not only their oppression of the Palestinian people – for which, by the way, ALL Jews are responsible. I agree with Gilad Atzmon that there is certainly no such thing as a genuinely “anti-Zionist Jew”; just competing forms of scheming kikes seeking to control and dispossess others. The only “good Jew” is a dead one!

I do not believe in any of these words that these nutcase put into my mouth. This guy is Jewish. I know that for a fact. He has been following me around for a very long time. He has been doing this exact same thing for many years now.

For a long time, he was out of New York City, where he was going to college. Then he moved to Chicago. I have no idea where he is now. He is a young Jewish man. When he started, I think he was in his early 20’s. I think now he must be in his late 20’s to early 30’s. He has a couple of purposes here:

To frame me as some sort of a Nazi by putting Nazi words in my mouth and making it like I believe in Nazism. I am absolutely opposed to Nazism in every way, shape and form, and I want nothing to do with it whatsoever.

To frame me as some sort of a crazed anti-Semite. I’m a lousy anti-Semite. I think a lot of Jews act horrible, and that’s why people don’t like them very much, but a lot of them act good too (look at Bernie Sanders), and a lot of others are somewhere in between. The problem is way too many Jews act way too awful. How do they act awful? Well, look at this idiot’s behavior for example. Why do you think people don’t like these people? Way too many of them act like this guy – their behavior is infuriating.

To frame the pro-Palestinian movement as virulently anti-Semitic, pro-Nazi and pro-genocide of the Jews. Granted all of these trends are present in the movement to one degree or another, but the Nazism and genocidal thinking are not prominent.

The only people who feel that way are White Supremacists, many of whom have jumped on board with the pro-Palestinian cause as a way to beat up Jews and for no other reason. In other words, these people could care less about Palestinians, and most of them even think that they are “muds.” They are into this movement solely due to their anti-Semitism and for no other reason. Most Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims are not fans of Nazism or genocidal anti-Semitism.

I have been told that there are many Jews running around the Internet doing exactly what this guy is doing – operating as agents provocateurs. Sometimes I think that for every real Nazi on the Net, there’s some lunatic Jew pretending to be a Nazi for some sick, insane reason. This behavior does not reflect very well on the Jewish people. People already don’t like Jews a whole lot as it is, and this behavior is just going to make people dislike them even more. Or is that the purpose? To create new enemies?

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118 responses to “A Jew Pays a Visit to My Blog

  1. Gay State Girl

    Where do I stand?

    • I like you. You are one of the good Jews. You’re a good person. You don’t act bad. My beef against so many Jews is that they are morally challenged: they lie, cheat and steal and they are often scheming and conniving. A lot of Gentiles are like that too, but it seems like the % of Jews who act that way is too high.

      You’re a good person. You don’t lie, cheat and steal, at least that I am a aware of. You have acted very good on this blog too.

      I thought you were coming out to California?

  2. ” In other words, these people could care less about Palestinians and most of them even think that they are “muds” and are into this movement solely due to their anti-Semitism and for no other reason. Most Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims are not fans of Nazism or genocidal anti-Semitism.”

    This was a conundrum I always saw in the pro-Palestinian beliefs in many white Nationalists/Supremacists.

    Just about every other time they talk about anything pertaining to Arabs it’s Basically calling them sand niggers, while other times the often join an insincere coalition with them against Jews for example.

    • Jason Y

      That one idiot college age racist homophobe I was telling you about has some Jewish ancestry. It must be self hate. His whole thing started when some gay guy came on to him (some supervisor), and he was upset some black NFL player who came back to his hometown snubbed him.

      I don’t know. Who knows why he is the way he is. Probably trying to get back at his hippie mother and the fact he had no father.

  3. “I have been told that there are many Jews running around the Internet doing exactly what this guy is doing – operating as agents provocateurs. Sometimes I think that for every real Nazi on the Net, there’s some lunatic Jew pretending to be a Nazi for some sick, insane reason. This behavior does not reflect very well on the Jewish people. People already don’t like Jews a whole lot as it is, and this behavior is just going to make people dislike them even more. Or is that the purpose? To create new enemies?”

    One way or another, I find that a lot of tribal demographics make enemies for themselves on a individual basis, it’s just that this time it maybe the intentional purpose.

    As a Black I try to do the opposite because I eventually realized that what is happening is a “divide and conquer” scheme. While I’s succeeded in reaching out to a few WN’s, I could tell just by reading the comments of others that they were simply my natural enemy and there was no room for persuasion. People at that level of clannish behavior evolved essentially to fight those of the other group for the sake of preservation, though while it may’ve been useful then I’m unsure of what positives it could do now, doubtfully to the same effect as before.

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    • Jason Y

      Some black nationalists really hate Jews even more so than whites. Again though it’s more of a scapegoat mentality. In the end, whatever ethnic group it is (white, latino, black), they only have themselves to blame mostly.

  4. Jason Y

    You could argue Jews use divide and conquer strategies and have some venemous hatred. But, as I said in other comments, you can just easily view white nationalism (and many types of non-white nationalism) as a crutch.

    There is actually a surplus in computer programming, math, science, nursing, probably many vocational trades, yet white nationalists (and also many non-white nationalists) spend thier time engulfed in hate, constantly blaming Jewish schemes and immigrants for thier loser position in society.

    • Jason Y

      Again white nationalists push social darwinism on blacks and others whom they view as worthless parasites, yet they (the white nationalists) will not get an education, but instead play the “Jew Card”.

    • Jason Y

      No we don’t need illegal immigration from Mexico or a change in our demographics from a black/white nation (referring to the USA). However, that doesn’t change the fact that, at least in the short term, Latinos are not threatening the jobs of whites. They only threaten the jobs of lazy whites who won’t seek out high paying job fields where plenty are available. The whites won’t do the work/studying to obtain those positions.

      Think about it. How is that different from blacks who supposedly won’t study in school, yet demand hand-outs or affrimative action?

      • Gay State Girl

        It’s hard to know. I’ve yet to meet one of these hardcore WNs in person. I understand that many of them grew up in ghettoized neighborhoods or impoverished rural areas (and higher ed or high paying jobs were not attainable) or were simply outcasts seeking a community. And of course the actions of Israeli Lobby have boosted their recruits in recent years. It’s hard to know what drives them or whether they merit sympathy.

        I don’t know if the raging rhetoric is a response to stifling political correctness in the outside world and how many act like that in real life.

        I couldn’t sympathize with those who are middle class, attractive and emotionally stable. They need to tone down the violent rhetoric to form a more viable political movement along the lines of the Male Right’s Movement.

        • Jason Y

          and higher ed or high paying jobs were not attainable

          Public schools, trade schools, colleges are everywhere in the USA, and in other western nations. What is the excuse?

          The WNs are trying to break into limited job fields where Mexicans form a threat, as opposed to high paying job fields where they are not (Ones that require education), mainly cause they’re too lazy to work.

        • Gay State Girl

          It’s easier said than done. There are all sorts of life circumstances that complicate matters. Many can not attend college even with full scholarships due to domestic situations. Many people have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. I don’t know how many WNs fall into this category or whether are just losers-in which case I’d have a lot in common with them.

        • Jason Y

          It’s easier said than done. There are all sorts of life circumstances that complicate matters. Many can not attend college even with full scholarships due to domestic situations. Many people have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. I don’t know how many WNs fall into this category or whether are just losers-in which case I’d have a lot in common with them.

          OK, then why do WNs push social darwinism on non-whites, considering they suffer from the same life situations?

        • Gay State Girl

          I wasn’t trying to excuse it, just find an explanation. Maybe people are just susceptible to these attitudes don’t really think them through.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        Latinos are not threatening the jobs of whites.
        Absolutely wrong – I’m old enough to remember when the large majority of constructions workers were white. These were decent paying jobs that gave workers a sense of pride. Now, at least in California, the majority of construction workers are Latino, wages have been stagnant and there are some construction companies that won’t hire you if don’t speak Spanish.

        They only threaten the jobs of lazy whites who won’t seek out high paying job fields where plenty are available.

        No – they threaten the employee opportunities (and suppress) of American blacks, legal Latinos, and lower and middle income whites regardless of their tendency towards laziness.

        seek out high paying job fields where plenty are available.

        Oh you mean like the IT industry in Silicon Valley..? Guess what, I’ve been unemployed for 3 months. This is with a bachelor’s degree, over 20 years of experience in the field, and many recommendations on LinkedIn —- but I’m over 50 – that’s a huge strike against me. It’s not as simple as you think.

        Jason you’re not a bad guy but you repeatedly make anti-worker statements that are emblematic of the modern left and one of the reasons that the white working class is not heavily supporting the Democratic party.

        Stop drinking the neo-liberal kool-aid. Find some job boards for middle aged workers and find out what’s really going on. You’re mantra of “Get an education” is fine and dandy if you’re young, middle class, and socially connected but doesn’t apply to multiple demographic groups in our country.

        • TJF

          Bah – no edit on WordPress:

          No – they threaten the employee opportunities (and suppress) of

          should read

          No – they threaten the employment opportunities (and suppress wages) of

        • Jason Y

          Stop drinking the neo-liberal kool-aid. Find some job boards for middle aged workers and find out what’s really going on. You’re mantra of “Get an education” is fine and dandy if you’re young, middle class, and socially connected but doesn’t apply to multiple demographic groups in our country.

          That’s interesting, but shouldn’t an older person expect discrimination? Usually, that’s a common thing in any type of employment. Why won’t older people prepare better beforehand, before expecting to take jobs away from youth on an equal level?

          Also, you admitted that, at least as far as the young are concerned, laziness is the main obstacle to high paying employment.

        • Jason Y

          You’re mantra of “Get an education” is fine and dandy if you’re young, middle class, and socially connected but doesn’t apply to multiple demographic groups in our country.

          A person doesn’t have to be middle class or socially connected to make good grades. I can assure you that good grades in programming and math will lead to job offers even for poor students. They’re practically banging the door down on undergraduate math majors, promising them free education and job offers.

        • Gay State Girl

          Math majors really?

  5. TJF

    To Jason Y:

    The WNs are trying to break into limited job fields where Mexicans form a threat, as opposed to high paying job fields where they are not (Ones that require education), mainly cause they’re too lazy to work.

    I thought WNs despised Latinos for reasons mostly not related to competition in the job market (although the large influx of illegal Latino has definitely wages in many unskilled, semi-skilled, and skilled forms of labor such as construction).

    opposed to high paying job fields where they are not (Ones that require education)

    You’re flat wrong that jobs that require a bachelor’s degree aren’t threatened by immigrant labor and/or offshoring. There are multiple US companies that have more overseas coders than in the US including IBM and Microsoft. Among the technical employees within the US – I can tell you that the majority of Facebook, Oracle, eBay, and IBM employees in Silicon Valley are immigrants (predominately East and South Asian). The US accounting industry is also moving in the same direction.

    • Jason Y

      How can you be sure though that there isn’t enough American coders? Also, getting a bachelors in computer science would require linear Algebra and Calculus II, so maybe a lot of people aren’t good at math, and hence can’t get the degrees.

      • Jason Y

        If a YouTube video sponsered by the computer industry is saying there is about 3 X more coding jobs than applicants, than somebody is lying here. Also looking at math and nursing, which can’t be outsourced as much, you also see way more jobs than Americans able to do the jobs.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        How can you be sure though that there isn’t enough American coders?

        The US computer industry did just fine before the massive influx of H1Bs (and offshoring of work) that started in late 90s with Y2k scare. I was in the industry at the time. Sure there were foreign born engineers and coders but they were a minority and most had attended American universities instead of being brought over on a visa that is close to indentured servitude. For the last three (Fortune 500) IT companies I worked for the large majority of technical workers were (recent) immigrant labor (ranging between 60% – 90% of the staff). The figures you see publicly published are obscured by the many American (mostly white and Asian) workers in non-technical or semi-technical roles. Most American workers move out of direct technical roles by the time they hit their 40s because they know if they don’t they will pushed out because of their age (and generally being an American is an advantage for these roles because of the greater need for communication skills (Management, Project Management, Sales, Pre-Sales, Business Development, Marketing, etc..).

        getting a bachelors in computer science would require linear Algebra and Calculus II

        Yes those are generally required for a CS at any major university…but you don’t have to know Calculus to be a good coder (although it helps for perhaps 2% to 3% of the projects..) Linear Algebra is a bit more useful as is Discrete Mathematics but still not required. Computer Science departments grew out Engineering departments in 1970s all of which had the heavy math requirements. (Which I would agree is pretty much necessary for Engineering..) The math requirements are kept in place out of habit and to keep the number of applicants to the CS departments low.

        FWIW – Here’s an incomplete list of IT notables that dropped out or never attended college.

        Apple founders – Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs
        Dell founder – Michael Dell
        WordPress founder – Matt Mullenweg
        Digg cofounder – Kevin Rose
        Facebook founders – Mark Zuckerberg, Sean Parker, Dustin Moskovitz
        Microsoft founders – Paul Allen, Bill Gates
        Oracle founder – Larry Ellison
        Spotify founder – Daniel Ek
        Tumblr founder – David Karp
        Twitter founders – Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams
        Mashable founder – Pete Cashmore
        Snapchat founder – Evan Spiegel
        Dropbox cofounder- Arash Ferdowsi
        PayPal, Tesla cofounder – Elon Musk
        Box cofounder – Aaron Levie
        Whatsapp cofounder – Jan Koum

        If a YouTube video sponsored by the computer industry is saying there is about 3 X more coding jobs than applicants.

        Nonsense – if there was such an imbalance they would just offshore the work.

        Also looking at …nursing..
        Oh my nursing shortage – ahh whoops…..the news media screams tremendous demand – and a few years later we have a surplus…

        http://healthcaretraveler.modernmedicine.com/healthcare-traveler/news/goodbye-shortage-feds-now-predicting-340000-nurse-surplus-2025

        https://www.businessreport.com/article/shortage-to-surplus-new-nursing-graduates-now-find-themselves-in-a-highly-competitive-job-market

        As for the need for (imported) mathematicians – I’ll have to ask my friend who has a PhD in the field (which he doesn’t really use but was helpful to obtain his job…).

        I am not adverse to granting visas to truly talented individuals from across the globe as was the case generally for smarter educated immigrants from the 60s to the 80s but currently what most of our corporate overlords want is a massive pool of cheap and pliable labor talent.

        • Jason Y

          Why is it then that people kiss math major’s asses, offering them money for scholarships etc..? You sure don’t see that in the history department.

        • Jason Y

          I don’t think many Americans can do math. That’s why there is always massive demand for math, and desperate employers will hire foreigners.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        Also, getting a bachelors in computer science would require linear Algebra and Calculus II, so maybe a lot of people aren’t good at math..

        Two posts I found that pretty much jibe with my experience:

        “Ok, I’ve been in the business 30 years. Yeah, graduated with Bachelor of Mathematics but that is because there was no CS degrees back then. I was marginal in algebra and calculus. I have never need calculus in any of the programming I’ve done. Can’t say algebra has ever helped me. I’ve developed drivers, O/S, middle ware, applications, systems, etc. I’m an IT Architect now but still develop C# applications, use VB, VBScript, etc. No, you do not need to be a wiz but don’t give up on math just because of that. They key skill you have to have is the ability to learn and investigate.”

        “In 37 years of programming, I’ve never needed calculus, so I guess it’s about as important as High Martian. But back in college – when school was held in a cave and we rode dinosaurs to school – we had to learn calculus. It’s still in there somewhere, but I haven’t used it since I passed the course. Bite the bullet, pass it and if you ever need it you’ll have an idea of what’s happening.”

        • Jason Y

          It doesn’t matter if a programmer needs Calculus, all programming degrees from a 4 year university demand it, and nobody can pass Calculus II. It’s a bone-crusher class.

        • Jason Y

          That old line that I never needed to use algebra is true, but I think algebra it is good for brain development, and really, it’s not that difficult. Anyhow, the idea of people coming out of school only knowing basic math is sort of an abomination. People like that might as well be cave people.

    • Jason Y

      Right I agree there moving toward immigrant workers, but then again, Americans hate math. In fact, few Americans can actually do advanced math. That’s a fact. Even Robert wrote a post awhile back saying how he hated math.

    • Another William Playfair Web

      With White Nationalists, it’s a mixed bag.

      Some American White Nationalists despise Latinos simply because the majority are non-white.

      However, some dislike ALL latinos for job competition, just like how British White Nationalists hate Eastern European immigrants because they are stealing their jobs, and White Nationalists are typically blue collar.

    • Another William Playfair Web

      TJF-

      The face of white supremacy is changing.

      As you hinted, reasons are mostly non-related to labor. Many times, the items related to labor feuds, are, so. They fear the Latinos and then believe absurd things, often times HBD (I’m not sure if you believe in that) is not even relevant.

      • TJF

        To Another William Playfair Web:

        As you hinted, reasons are mostly non-related to labor. Many times, the items related to labor feuds, are, so. They fear the Latinos and then believe absurd things, often times HBD (I’m not sure if you believe in that) is not even relevant.>

        White Supremacists seem to believe parts of HBD (in regards to Blacks and Latinos) but ignore the conclusions about Jews and Asians and seem to believe that out performance from the latter two groups is due to collective deception and chicanery even in countries where the majority and political class are gentile whites.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          TJF- That is the biggest objection I have to white supremacy; they basically make up who is white and who is not, plus, it really shouldn’t matter, because as you pointed out, North East Asians and Ashkenazi Jews do better than gentile, non-Hispanic whites. The debate still rages over Native Americans/Hispanics, since they are technically mongoloids, but flounder in American Society/most (but not all) of their countries are terrible. They also independently invented the wheel.

          Overall, we agree on that.

          Job competition, I do believe, is the issue, like Jason Y said. People like Ann Coulter try to paint Mexicans as rapists, when in reality they have lower testosterone than whites.

          But wages are stagnanting, really, really badly.

          If Obama would stop cliche “hispandering” he would help close the wealth gap he seems so concerned about.

          This is a good opinion piece; http://pumpkinperson.com/2016/02/17/were-native-americans-too-smart-to-be-slaves/

          Trump is right in that we are being tricked by the Chinese, and to an extent the Mexicans. Obama is right and telling Netanayhu we are not a satellite state of Israel (I like most American Jews, it’s just that the Israelis are getting bloodthirsty).

        • Another William Playfair Web

          TJF- No offense, but you do know that “Latino” isn’t a race right?

        • Another William Playfair Web

          race, right

        • Jason Y

          This is a good opinion piece; http://pumpkinperson.com/2016/02/17/were-native-americans-too-smart-to-be-slaves/

          The article claims Africa was a hot hell, but the New World wasn’t. Actually, a huge chunk of the New World is tropical. Did the Europeans respect the tropical Amerindians, or just treat them like the Africans? Were the tropical Amerindians able to outwit the Euros much as in North America?

        • Another William Playfair Web

          Jason Y- I’m not sure about the argument that Native American slaves escaped while blacks did not. Indians did know the land, so that point was largely self-defeating.

          However, he pointed out Native Americans in the U.S. have IQs near 1SD above the pure-blood Sub-Saharan median, and are closer to whites in that regard.

          From what I’ve seen around the web, with the exception of deep central America (not where the Aztecs resided), the Native Americans have skull volumes equivalent to the Southern and Northern Europeans, although none come close in median to the North Eastern Asians.

          Like I said, I think the Juries out.

          It’s not like a scientific racist can come out and say “Amerindians are okay” where would that leave AmRen? and there bullshit endorsement of Trump?

          Most of the white supremacists don’t have a god damn clue what they are talking about, so it’s impossible to have intelligent discourse on this subject, they are blinded by the modern day political climate.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          their oops.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          Jason Y- of course the pure blooded Sub-Saharan IQ given is genetic/speculative. No way to tell if African Americans who are 100% Bantu, would on average, have that IQ, other than indirect evidence.

    • Another William Playfair Web

      TJF- many white supremacists are unable to speak bad against the Spanish language, because it is European. Many do not know the meaning of “mestizo” so it makes it difficult to bash latinos in general.

      • Jason Y

        White supremacy is generally a joke cause most of the world isn’t white, hence the white person is the “bitch”, lol

    • Gay State Girl

      TJF

      What about in the health professions, specifically those that require associates degrees and pay ~ $40,000 annual salary? Is it simply because young Americans regard these jobs as unexciting or are they actively being displaced?

      • TJF

        To Gay State Girl:

        What about in the health professions, specifically those that require associates degrees and pay ~ $40,000 annual salary? Is it simply because young Americans regard these jobs as unexciting or are they actively being displaced?

        I can’t really comment on the health field, but I recently visited a friend of mine in the Southeastern US in a city with relatively few recent immigrants. We went to visit his father a few times (who I also knew) who was in an assisted living facility. They had one RN on staff and multiple LPNs. All of the LPNs, except for one, I saw were black women. They seemed to happy with their jobs,

        • Gay State Girl

          The majority of the health technicians here in Massachusetts are foreigners, even among the lab and surgical technicians are foreigners, many of who were South or Southeast Asians, Pacific Islanders, or Middle Easterners. The LPNs I’ve encountered are mostly Afro-Caribbeans. Coming from an upper middle class background, I naturally assumed that young people in Massachusetts were too high and mighty for this kind of work. But having been exposed to tales on the internet, I realized there may be more to it.

  6. Rus

    I remember about that Jewish student that drew swastikas. At first I thought it was an anecdote, but no, she was real! It appears there are a lot of such Jewish types.
    http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/new-york-news/new-jewish-self-hatred
    If I were a conspiracy theorist I would thought it was another Jewish cabal.
    I think that such types and a general overzealousness in finding anti-Semitism in every thing possible just degrade the very notion of anti-Semitism. Such Jews do things exactly like the shepherd’s boy from the fable. It sooner or later will end up that real anti-Semites will not be taken seriously.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        It doesn’t matter if a programmer needs Calculus, all programming degrees from a 4 year university demand it, and nobody can pass Calculus II. It’s a bone-crusher class.

        Well I passed 3 Calculus courses as I remember and I am not that great at math, but one does do have to the homework. But as I said – Calculus is not needed for 98% of the coding jobs, it’s thrown in there as a ball/vagina busting course to weed out excess students. Much of what you learn now in a university will never be used in your job, as there is mismatch in the US between higher education institutions and real work application.

        • Jason Y

          It would only weed out students who quit on the first round, but that might be a lot, and on the 2nd around probably the rest. Actually though, a C would be all that is needed, and some might pass Calc II with a C. It’s amazing though how some students cannot even get a C on the first round. They flat out fail or quit the course.

        • Jason Y

          Actually, the math computing class I’m taking (mostly about Python) seems to be worse than Calculus III.

        • Jason Y

          Watching a student talk to the professor admitting he failed Caculus II in the class publicly was quite amusing. It shows that class really is a “Marine Corps” weeding out class. Nobody can pass it.

          I’m sure the same scenario happens in all Calc II classes.

        • Gay State Girl

          I did fairly well in my Calculus and science courses but I was never good at computer science. We had to write 3 C++ programs per week plus labs.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          From what I understand/have heard, a lot of complex programming relating to functions that are not to the ^1st power, involves a lot of rates of change/calculus stuff mixed with counting theories. Typically functions that are quite interesting in the even/odd power regard, like trigonometric ones.

        • You mean to say that a lot of complex programming utilizes calculus, counting theory and trigonometry?

        • Gay State Girl

          Lindsay

          Do you have a strong background in math?

        • I cannot do higher math to save my life. But I am in the 70th percentile nationwide in math skills, so my math is better than that of 70% of the population. My whole family sucks at higher math, and all of us except my father have genius IQ’s from 140-150, and my father’s was also high at 129.

        • Gay State Girl

          Weird how different brains manifest.

          My math and math reasoning skills were consistently above the 90th percentile, even though my IQ was only 122 and my oral and written expressive language skills are less than stellar.

          How are your visual/spatial processing and auditory processing scores?

        • I am not sure about my visual/spatial and and auditory processing skills.

        • Gay State Girl

          Do you do computer programming at all?

        • I cannot do it at all, but one time I fixed a broken ASP script. I had a computer business and we had been hired to write an ASP script for a client. My employee wrote a script but it did not work. I knew nothing about ASP. But I looked at the code and figured out that there were some sort of a logic to it. Once I figured out the logic behind it, I was able to figure out what he had done wrong with the script and I went in and repaired it.

        • Jason Y

          quote by “Another William Playfair Web”

          From what I understand/have heard, a lot of complex programming relating to functions that are not to the ^1st power, involves a lot of rates of change/calculus stuff mixed with counting theories. Typically functions that are quite interesting in the even/odd power regard, like trigonometric ones.

          Computer programming was created by higher math, but you don’t really need a lot of higher math to do most programming.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          Robert- no. I mean that in order to be able to have, say, a calculator perform trigonometric functions, counting theory and calculus are utilized.

  7. TJF

    To Gay State Girl, Jason Y

    GSG said:
    I did fairly well in my Calculus and science courses but I was never good at computer science.

    Jason Y said:
    Actually, the math computing class I’m taking (mostly about Python) seems to be worse than Calculus III.

    No surprise, among the programmers I know, the best and/or most natural seem to be the ones who started some sort of coding early (Early teens, pre teens) more so than math whizzes. I suspect that what’s going in their brains is similar to people who pick up a language at a fairly young age.

    I was a bit of hack with coding – took Pascal when I was going through college – made it through – but used Bash scripting and Perl on the job. (Sys Admin – Network Admin…) I’m much better at pattern recognition than coding.

    • Gay State Girl

      I’m not really a language person, I wish they had warned us about that before we took programming. I need to understand how the computer hardware physically operates and the reasoning behind in order to understand the code. I initially signed up for computing because I was heard it was similar to math and saw it as practical field.

      • TJF

        To Gay State Girl:

        I initially signed up for computing because I was heard it was similar to math and saw it as practical field.

        Personally I think there is a big disconnect in the US between higher education and what is actually required for employment.

        • Jason Y

          Maybe places like ITT tech or some Microsoft bootcamp don’t require as much math. However, if your someone looking to be a computer professor or researcher, than a university degree with all the math added would be a requirement.

        • Gay State Girl

          Better to take all Computer Science classes at Community College.

        • Jason Y

          No, community colleges are not softer on computer majors. All the math is required. Anyhow, why are people such wimps they can’t handle a little advanced math? Come on?

        • Gay State Girl

          I took a ton of advanced math courses at a University, but did not like the Computer Science courses they offered. Were somewhat outdated and less practical. They offered practical courses through their continuing Ed division, but they did not count toward BS.

    • Jason Y

      You would have to know coding before going in the course, because his homework reads like stereo instructions, and his lectures are all ego inflating “praise Bill Gates” sermons. He definitely lives in his own high tech liberal eltist world.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        You would have to know coding before going in the course, because his homework reads like stereo instructions, and his lectures are all ego inflating “praise Bill Gates” sermons. He definitely lives in his own high tech liberal eltist world.

        Bill Gates jeesh – Micro$oft basically stole DOS which set them on the stage to become what the are now. Linus Torvalds, Vince Cerf, Dennis Ritchie, Alan Turing, and many others deserve praise but in my opinion Bill Gates is just an opportunistic business man.

        • Jason Y

          I know that’s true and it’s ironic. Actually, in programming if you can really prove you good, but it might harder now without a degee, than jobs will come. You can just go on some established freelancer website.

          Actually computer science degrees to some people would be BS (and I don’t mean bachelors of science lol) As I said, you can just go on a freelancer website.

        • Jason Y

          Definitely my computer professor is a winner in the neo-liberal world, that would make him a hated enemy of much of the working class. Basically the man has this typical mentality that you see, which I sort of agree to an extent but not totally, in many saying “You were too lazy to get an education or try hard at education, so you must reap what you sow. IDIOT.”

          No, I don’t totally agree with that condescending eliist crap, but it is true to some degree.

    • Jason Y

      The programming class really isn’t that difficult. I think the main problem is I’m overloaded, so I don’t have enough time to dedicate toward studying Python.

  8. TJF

    To Jason Y:

    That’s interesting, but shouldn’t an older person expect discrimination? Usually, that’s a common thing in any type of employment.

    So you condone bigotry based upon age..? I am not applying to become a male model, stripper, or athlete – but for work I’ve done for years that often I can do more efficiently than people younger than me.

    Why won’t older people prepare better beforehand, before expecting to take jobs away from youth on an equal level?

    I don’t mind competing against my fellow Americans – I do mind competing against workers in other countries who are paid 50% to 90% less than American workers while US upper management collects big bonuses as they gut our industry. And for times when they can’t outsource they bring in guys who are H1Bs who get paid less and are basically tied to their sponsoring company. (See my reference to indentured servitude). A friend is here on a H1B visa and his company is seriously jacking him around.

    Also, you admitted that, at least as far as the young are concerned, laziness is the main obstacle to high paying employment.

    Where did I say that..?

    • Jason Y

      Actually a lot of people are getting fed up with East Indians. Note that call center jobs are returning to the US cause customers can’t understand East Indians. Probably programming jobs would be coming back for some similar reason. Anyhow, are the East Indian programmers good on average?

      • Jason Y

        Note that the whole East Indian market of internet writing (writing for blogs) has crashed because, ironically, the elitist Google has toughened the standards for writing (You must have good writing to rank high in search engines.). Therefore, native English speakers have that whole market to themselves now.

        Note, that before Google made thier standards high, the writing on many high ranking blogs were a joke, so full of spam and misspelled words.

  9. Jason Y

    it could be that people in certain fields win in the neo-liberal world, but other professions like programming face too much foreign competition. Therefore, the outlook of the winners would be condescending “I told you so” stuff, while the losers would be massively resentful. For instance, my brother who makes 200,000 a year is one of the winners.

  10. TJF

    To Rob:

    You mean to say that a lot of complex programming utilizes calculus..?
    I think you directed this question to me – Good question.
    Usually no unless you are in certain sub-fields of programming. One can develop for many years without ever having to directly use calculus. As I said to Jason – I believe calculus is ball/vagina busting course to weed out/reduce students in over loaded CS classes.

    counting theory or trigonometry?
    More broadly used in programming than calculus but you can get started training yourself without knowing or knowing little about either one. Sometimes with math it’s better to get to a point where you realize “oh so that’s why I need this…”. Makes it more interesting and easier to remember. Typically a developer in their 30s will not remember the math courses they took when they were 19 but there is tons of information available to assist you with your project and educate or re-educate you to complete the project.

    For the last decade and a half I’ve been working more as a Sys Admin so any development has been more about writing scripts to automate things which generally do not involve much higher level math.

    I have a friend who has written some 3D software and a video game engine, I’ll ask him for more details, to give you a better answer. I can almost guess the answer as he is cynical about the industry and smoked a sh*t town of weed while taking CS and EE courses.

  11. TJF

    To Gay State Girl:

    You can try some courses online:
    https://www.udacity.com/

    Free – no assistance or certification.
    Pay some nominal fees and you get a certification or “Nanodegree”.
    I’ve heard that this is actually recognized in the SF Bay Area, albeit not as much as a 4 year CS degree.

    Some colleges grant credits for certain courses from Udacity and Coursera:

    Udacity:
    http://chronicle.com/article/A-First-for-Udacity-Transfer/134162/

    And Coursera:
    http://www.informationweek.com/software/coursera-courses-approved-for-college-credit/d/d-id/1108569?
    https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/08/08/researchers-wait-see-if-students-want-transfer-credits-moocs

    • Jason Y

      Udacity looks fine but it’s only a beginning programming course. Only the web development stuff is advanced, unless your talking about Ruby on Rails. What about other languages, especially the well sought after Python?

  12. TJF

    To Jason Y:

    You have to drill down into the course descriptions, there are multiple intermediate and advanced courses that use Python:

    https://www.udacity.com/course/intro-to-algorithms–cs215
    https://www.udacity.com/course/programming-languages–cs262
    https://www.udacity.com/course/design-of-computer-programs–cs212

    • Jason Y

      It would probably be better to go with a state university or ITT for training. These rinky dink web diplomas might not get as much respect. If you can afford a real degree, then you should seek it out, and just tough out the math.

      I’m not sure if ITT though is as demanding for math. However, then again, it might not be for people seeking to eventually become computer science professors etc.., but those just wanting employment as programmers.

      • Gay State Girl

        I recommend taking the Calculus courses at Community College. I tutored Latino and Haitian students who needed Calc I for their business certificates, and professors go out of their way to enable students to pass.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y and Gay State Girl:

        It would probably be better to go with a state university or ITT for training.

        Many of the for profit universities like ITT, DevRy, and University of Phoenix do not have a good reputation in IT industry. I would never spend my money at one.

        Udacity generally caters to a wholly separate demographic than traditional 4 year universities, it’s primarily aimed at people that already have degrees who want to break into the tech industry. I would argue a degree from a four year institution plus a certificate from Udacity is markedly better than ITT or DeVry. Note that you have multiple levels of instruction from Udacity and don’t have to pay them a dime if you don’t want certification or professional assistance, it’s similar to the GNU or shareware model. You can try the product out for free.

        For a sharp teenager who has the funding and knows for sure they want to program, then yes, one of mid to top tier 4 year institutions is the way to go, although as Gay State Girl suggested – going to a community college and then transferring is a cheaper (and often better) way of obtaining your core requirements. In a California, a community college grad with a 3.5 GPA or higher is basically automatically admitted to the Cal State schools and many of the schools in the UC system:
        http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/transfer/guarantee/index.html

        • Jason Y

          Actually, you can get a crap load of free training on about anything, math, programming, etc.. on YouTube as well as many free tutoring websites. Again, getting the info isn’t the problem, but rather proving you absorbed it, and can use it.

        • Jason Y

          Also, considering you can learn anything on YouTube, the scapegoating of immigrants and blacks by white nationalists is even more ridiculous. OK, “Why aren’t the white nationalists trying to better themseves with free tutoring so widely available?”. No, instead they spend 15 out of 18 waking hours spreading hate, under the excuse of “We’re protecting ourselves from a threat.”.

      • TJF

        To Jason Y:

        It would probably be better to go with a state university or ITT for training. …I’m not sure if ITT though is as demanding for math.

        http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevensalzberg/2015/07/12/for-profit-colleges-encourage-huge-student-debt/#5d7f5d862a05

        Would you pay the same tuition for a Harvard degree as for a second-rate school that you’ve never heard of? Probably not. But thanks to the federal government’s help, that’s exactly what we are all doing. It turns out that many of the biggest beneficiaries of federal loan programs for graduate schools are low quality, for-profit universities that have figured out how to turn federal largesse into nice fat profits.

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/catherine-rampell-the-investment-in-for-profit-colleges-isnt-paying-off/2014/09/25/0c4aaf24-44ec-11e4-b47c-f5889e061e5f_story.html

        http://money.cnn.com/2014/11/02/pf/college/for-profit-college-degree/

        • Jason Y

          Whether or not the degree pays off depends on the major, and that’s assuming your interested in money. Otherwise, unless your going for your PHD, then degrees like philosophy will be waste, unless your not in it for the money. Of course, it would be cool to get a degree just for in music or art.

        • Jason Y

          The big question is will the students loans be payed back, and will the grants for the disabled etc.. come back as helping society. In other words, if somebody wants a degree in English for fun, and they’re not going for a masters or PHD, then why should the government pay? If the government is going to loan, and especially if they’re going to pay, then shouldn’t a requirement be a major in an “in demand” job field?

  13. TJF

    Jason Y:

    Again, getting the info isn’t the problem, but rather proving you absorbed it, and can use it.

    Why do you say “Again” as I had never mentioned the issue of certification/validation? – As I have pointed out there are MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) which provide certificates of completion. That’s one of the main points for their existence and main model for funding. True, some are worth little to potential employers (but at the same time cost little) while others supposedly do provide a boost in the job market, at least according to some employment forums. The thing about truly learning through a MOOC is that you have to have more discipline than your average student to complete them.

  14. S.D.

    Early reproduction is what traps poor whites in poverty-having a kid in their late teens or being born to parents in their late teens.

    Lower-class white men tend to have children with more females at a younger age and provide less opportunities for them.

    Most of us are irresponsible in our late teens and early twenties whether we graduate from university or not-pot smoking, maybe a hippie stage, some promiscuity, being poor etc.

    Dimmer whites hit a girl up on the wrong night, that is all.

    When you compare the average WASP or Jew or East Asian who reproduces one or two children in their thirties and can provide every sort of advantage to the child of two blue-collar people in their late teens the advantage is obvious.

    Their kids invariably go to lousy public schools and develop anti-social traits such as doing drugs/drinking in their early teens and only obtaining a GED.

    This is the fundamental truth to the population pyramid.

    More stupid people at the bottom because K-strategy reproductive types tend to be of a lower IQ and their kids are raised in ugly deprived environments.

  15. S.D.

    Jews do not drop out of high school or have kids out of wedlock at 19 and usually can at least graduate from some diploma mill.

    Rabbis usually have no time for the few crackheads or winos who show up for a handout at the Temple. Their families forget about them fast. So does the community.

    So it is a matter of habits as much as fundamental IQ. They simply do not bother with the teenage kids out of wedlock, the drug addiction, so on and so forth.

    We cannot despise them for being smart enough not to get hooked on meth or drop out of high school or have a baby at 19.

    • “We cannot despise them for being smart enough not to get hooked on meth or drop out of high school or have a baby at 19.”

      Their innate ability to succeed in a infrastructure isn’t why they are despise, it’s the psychopathy they unleash on others. Nowhere in this article does it even mention the “conspiracy” of their success.

      • Gay State Girl

        Is that Kevin MacDonald?

      • Gay State Girl

        It’s interesting how the discussion of the J question always focuses on Ashkenazim. As someone from a modern orthodox background who is primarily of Ashkenazi descent (distant Bukharian ancestry), I’ve found Sephardim to be far more ferocious in their anti gentilism (despite being less insular.) I have attended spent many holidays with Sephardim and it is commonplace to say prayers to curse/destroy one’s enemies, which I have not found in the Ashkenazi community.

        Ashkenazim are raised to fear gentiles and Christianity and most of their animosity stems from that.

        • You seem to have a point, however I have an explanation.

          https://notpoliticallycorrect.me/2016/01/29/southern-italians-and-ashkenazi-jews-what-is-the-connection/

          Here it makes the note that Sephardic Jews have a lower average IQ compared to say, a roughly 100 average Whites thus likely not harming many on a economic standpoint as opposed to their counterparts of the spectrum.

          So I suppose it not a matter of how MUCH aversion they have towards gentiles, but rather their potential to harm them.

          BTW, I didn’t mean to offend you if you have a closeness to your ancestry.

        • Gay State Girl

          I’m not offended, I’m quite accustomed as I have followed alternative media and blogosphere for a while. I am uncomfortable with Kevin MacDonald because I believe his much of his work when it verges on racialism rather than simply cultural critique.

          I believe Sephardic Jews were very influential in their respective societies, especially the Ottoman Empire. Many influential jewish families in Western Europe were of Iberian Sephardic origin (Montefiore, Disraeli) and Judah Benjamin, secretary for the confederacy was also of Sephardic origin.

        • Interesting, and it also seems they were invloved in banking as well . I suppose the IQ may’ve been the factor that causes the Ashkenazim jews wider Hatred.

          The the Sephardic’s reputation in Spain seems prevalent (at least at some point but based on what I read on stormfront they are still hated though it is acknowledged that they are not as “destructive” as their counterparts) so Sephardic ones likely have the same instinct but at a lower degree.

        • As towards your disliking of Macdonald’s racialism, I won’t lie, I can sympathsize.

          I’m mean, it was basically proposed that my race was an extension of cain/Ham, H. Ergaster, etc.

          But nowadays it’s basically IQ, Hormones, personalityetc. Though I learned something from this, it reminds me of what my father says that “If you don’t answer people yourself, they will make their own conclusions.”

          What that paid off to is a theory i have on 3 major personalities you would find in Blacks. There is, WN’s favorite, the Thug. The Conformer which partakes in thug behavior but is less passionate about it. Harmless extorts who, while passionate, aren’t neccessarily incline to thuggish behavior outside of custom and would be rather limited to certain ones. Then, finally, the despondents who are introverted in nature, have better qualities for being “civilized” but are often victims of violence or slavery. While proposing anything violent, i think that a sociological uplifting a support for the later in terms of cultural norms would vastly improve things.

          Now, keep in mind, these are only macro personalities with some variation.
          I would be a mixture of the last two, leaning closer to despondent, In my opinion. As a person of HBD and a black I think I can have a place with responding on the “black” end of things such as behavior that isn’t defensive.
          So in otherwords, I think people who have issues with Racialism on one side should go into HBD of ambitious.

          However, I don’t think you should go into so much trouble. If what you’re experience with ashkenazim Jews was what you said, then I wouldn’t worry about racialism.

          If I personally would take “clannish mongrel-jew” over “monkey” any day

        • I meant “not proposing anything violent”.

        • Jason Y

          McDonald = the snooty educated trash I was talking about. Fuck him and his PHD, seriously. He sold his soul a long time ago. Note: This joker was at one time a beatnik and even played jazz and lived in Jamaica.

          Some assholes are disowned, and deserve to stay that way. Maybe he should go hang himself. 😆

        • Gay State Girl

          MacDonald might be knowledgeable in his field but doesn’t come across as professional in his blog. He is very agitated and emotionally charged. Often times his attacks are incoherent and inconsistent. (Criticizes jews for prohibiting intermarriage/but also laments about them marrying into the gentile elite, Criticizes jewish nationalism/but laments about Israelis moving to the West.

        • Really? Okay, that actually rather stupid.
          I must admit that for someone of his political position, it’s weird he actually criticizes a culture for NOT allowing intermarriage.

          Sort of reminds me of what Robert said about WN’s loving the white race so much BUT one the other end of things keep ranting about other minorities.

        • Gay State Girl

          Don’t get me wrong. The Jewish hypocrisy regarding attitudes toward multiculturalism in Israel versus the West is undeniable. The only defense I can give is that most Palestinians do not want to be assimilated into Israeli society, they prefer to maintain their own institutions and maintain a distinct identity.

    • EPGAH

      Which would be a great policy, EXCEPT that they don’t follow that themselves. Israel put up a WALL against the Third World scum that are trying to kill them, but won’t allow us to do the same. Trump is mocked for wanting to do the same (And we were promised the Wall in 1986, in exchange for the first Amnesty), Orban is called “Hitler” for keeping the rampant raping “refugees” out of his country and therefore out of his women, why does no one INSIST Israel should “Tear Down This Wall” as it were?

      I agree with your “it is a matter of habits”, but they use their money and influence to PREVENT everyone else from doing the good habits.

      They might have no time for the crackheads or winos, but who pushes for more Welfare so everyone ELSE has to pay for them? Who funds the push for us to let the “K-strategy reproductive types” (Nice euphemism, BTW) into our countries and not to discriminate against them? Why is it ONLY white countries that are pushed to let their mega-breeding enemies in? Where’s the push for the terrorist countries to start opening up to Christians, maybe Saudi Arabia should start allowing churches, you know, DIVERSITY?

      • Also EPAGH, this guy pulled a “Flora vs. Fauna” mistake. R-selected people would be the ones that would encompass they, oh what’s the word, savages.

      • Jason Y

        Which would be a great policy, EXCEPT that they don’t follow that themselves. Israel put up a WALL against the Third World scum that are trying to kill them, but won’t allow us to do the same.

        Possibly cause America is seen as a land of immigrants (Ellis Island etc..), while Israel is not.

        • EPGAH

          Israel IS seen as a land of immigrants, ask the Palestinian terrorists who refuse to apologize to Jordan, promise never to attempt regicide again, and in general, not go away mad, just go away.

          Besides of which, this isn’t the 1600s, the 1800s, or even the early 1900s, we no longer have a “limitless” Western Frontier (Which turned out not to be so limitless) that needs filling up, we don’t NEED more people. In fact, we don’t have enough jobs for the ones we got!

          But what about the rest of the European countries? Are ALL of them “Lands of Immigrants”?

          PS, Ellis Island was a FIREWALL, where we turned back the diseased and known criminals, funny you used that as a symbol of letting more in. We need to let LESS in, especially the diseased and criminals from the Third World, which are generally diseased and criminal places anyways!

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