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  • Indra Kaw

    Subject matters.

  • ImaMeatPopsicle

    It’s unfortunate that a bicep shot was the best Kyle could do from that angle, but then I realize he’ll be a right-armed left-hand masturbating gimp for the rest of this life and it does bring a smirk to my face.

    Word is he’s back out rioting. $1000 to the hero who pings his left arm. I won’t be satisfied till he looks like Bob Oblong!!!

    • AMD_Afficionado

      Why would this guy be a gimp?

      Could it really be that medical science can do “transjenner” surgeries, and can even regrow schlongs, but cannot rebuild/transplant some muscle mass?

  • Albionic American

    If Kyle grew up in a country run by white nationalists, he would have done normal teenage boy things like playing sports, learning how to pair up with girls and planning for his future as an adult. Only white nationalists offer to make life for white Americans like Kyle normal again.

    • I think it’s a good think that kyle defend himself but he’s cringe. I think the worship of kyle rittenhouse is very cringe as well.

    • more like (((kykle))). also white nationialism is a kosher project. don’t far for it. nationalism is also gay. Just become an anarchist. it’s way cooler and we have freedom.

      • Albionic American

        No thanks. I prefer grown-up white women. The anarchist character Stavrogin in Dostoevsky’s novel (the title depends on the translator: The Possessed, The Devils or The Demons) confesses that he has a boner for underage girls, which goes to show that the anarchist world view attracted sexual predators from the very beginning.

        • I agree with him, I am also attracted to ‘underage girls’ that definition is arbitrary, they should have bodily autonomy and they actually enjoy sex.

          • Alistair Grove

            OK how young are we talking here?

          • I think think that if you go too young they’re not thinking straight, I think it’s different for everyone and they mature at different times. I would have to read more on it to see exactly but I think at least 14.

          • TRVTH
          • I am moral.

          • John Doe

            It’s not a slippery slope, we gays just wanna get married. It’s not a slippery slope, we gays just wanna teach your kids our history of how we got married. It’s not a slippery slope, we gays just wanna teach your kids how we have sex with each other. It’s not a slippery slope, we gays just wanna have sex with your——

          • TRVTH

            I am convinced that making claims about a “slippery slope fallacy” is itself a form of the strawman fallacy. Incrementalism has been a political tactic since time out of mind. Only small children ask for everything they want all at once.

            Leftist intellectual (((Noam Chomsky))) said that intent can be inferred from predictable outcomes. When our opponents make their plans so obvious that even a child can see, we should believe what we see and not the shrill denials.

          • Alistair Grove

            That’s still too young by my standards, unless you’re also 14. But it’s not automatically lynchable.

          • I think maybe in some cultures it’s 6. Who am I to judge other cultures if no one is being hurt?

          • Alistair Grove

            OK now you are just Trolling.

          • Joe Ç

            Are you on coke?

          • No, I prefer pepsi

          • I think maybe 9 is the least.

          • I am 15 years old

          • Alistair Grove

            I’ll take your word on that.

          • OccidentalThoughts

            Everyone should know now not to take you seriously. Though there is a chance you’re being unironic about this, in which case there’s a very simple solution.

          • to let me have my way with girls.

          • Alistair Grove

            Spoken like a true male feminist.

          • Joe Ç

            Sounds like the only thing keeping you from girls is your own personality

          • Have you had a 7 year old girl ask if she could give you a blowjob? I have.

    • also stonetoss is a disnifo shill, the left doesn’t support gun rights, they only support them for (((workers))) and so they can kill rich people and them the supreme dictators takes all their guns after their commie utopia. The gun supporting thing was quotes taken out of context by marx.

      • Albionic American

        Iraqis under Saddam’s regime could legally own firearms and ammo. For some reason America’s 2nd Amendment obsessives don’t want to discuss this anomaly to their claim that an armed citizenry keeps tyranny at bay.

        Reference: https://www.csmonitor.com/2003/0310/p01s03-woiq.html

        • Chris Redfield

          Some say that Saddam was taken down was because he wanted to create a unified gold backed currency and erode the strength of the Petrol dollar. (It’s called that because you need American currency for oi).
          Ghaddafi of Libya was also said to have been also attempting his own gold backed African-wide currency

          Just some tidbits, a labor backed currency was also proven to work with NS Germany.

          • TRVTH

            Muammar Qaddafi in Libya, too.

            Backing terrorists who killed US citizens in the 70s and 80s was just fine–but start threatening (((their))) banking profits, and it’s war.

          • TRVTH

            You don’t need American currency for oi.

            …sorry. I couldn’t help myself.

          • AMD_Afficionado

            Why did Saddam constantly saber-rattle with the USA?

            The US gov’t never made it clear what the motivation for attacking Iraq was, but it seemed to have a lot to do with Saddam constantly threatening and posturing against the USA.

            Had he not done that then perhaps when Dubya said “Muh WMDzzzz!”, the American people would have responded with “Meh, Pakistan has nukes and we don’t care about that”

          • TRVTH

            I believe Saddam wanted to challenge Iran for leadership of the populist anti-Western bloc within Islam. This required lots and lots of theatrics and publicity.

            Perhaps he believed the US was bluffing and there would never be any real consequences other than the occasional random cruise missile bombing raid that never reduced his capacity or will to wage war and only made him look sympathetic to other Third Worlders.

          • AMD_Afficionado

            Wasn’t Saddam fighting a long war with Iran that ended in pretty much a stalemate?

            Kinda seems like Saddam was all alone in the islamic world as Iran fought a war against him, Kuwait worked with the USA to bankrupt him and trick him into starting the Gulf War, and Saudi Arabia went along with all of it.

            I suppose that maybe Syria was in good with him, but did he even have any other arab/muzzie allies?

          • TRVTH

            The Iraq-Iran war was in the 80s, and it may be where his rivalry with Iran started.

            As for the Gulf War, I’m not sure anyone had to trick him into anything. I view it as a naked land grab. He was warned by the State Department that the US didn’t care about what happened between Iraq and Kuwait, but use of force would not be tolerated. I guess he took a calculated risk. I think he thought that the US, having just started the enormous drawdown at the end of the Cold War, where more than half the units in the US Army cased their colors, lacked the means to intervene meaningfully.

            As for the Saudis, they had spent most of the Cold War with Saddam’s mechanized armies and their Soviet advisors just across their border, and it was assumed that in the event of a war in Europe between NATO and the Warsaw Pact, Soviet paratroopers flying out of southern Iraq would seize key ports and then Iraqi mechanized and armored spearheads would, over the course of several days, link up with them, There would be minimal meaningful resistance by the Saudi military, with which Western analysts were a lot more familiar than Saddam’s, and who, it was assumed, would drop their rifles and flee the instant the shooting started. Saudi Arabia would remain a Soviet conquest until the Marines and the 82nd Airborne came to bail them out.

            And as another aside here, we see here one of the ideological divides in Islam. Shi’a hate the Sunnis, those who don’t have oil hate those who do, Arabs and Pakistanis hate each other, Arabs and Persians hate each other, Arabs and Berbers hate each other, and the Arab “socialist states” (that is, Soviet puppet Ba’ath-style regimes) hated the monarchies. The Arab world used to have a lot of monarchies, mostly set up by the British as they were abandoning their Empire after the war, almost all of which, inept, corrupt, and clueless about actually governing without British “advisors” and troops backing them up, got overthrown by the KGB almost immediately, mostly and replaced with Soviet-supported local strongmen like Saddam, Qaddafi, Nasser, and the Assads. Currently the only ones left are the Saudis, who are propped up by American troops and “advisors,” like the Shah was until Jimmy Carter and Cyrus Vance decided to pull the rug out from under him and throw him to the wolves, and Jordanians, who have no oil, so the Soviets didn’t see overthrowing the local royal family and setting up a local puppet government as not a viable expenditure of resources.

            Anyway. As it happens, Saddam guessed wrong, and the world got to see the big secret behind decades of Israeli military success: they were fighting Arabs. Strange though it sounds now, during the Cold War, Western analysts for the longest time had this idea that Soviet client states in the Middle East like Syria and Libya and Iraq had powerful militaries, armed with the latest in Soviet gear, “trained to Soviet standards, in Soviet doctrine” and not a cowardly, inept rabble of illiterate Third World peasant conscripts. Right up until the shooting started it was believed that the Iraqis would fight efficiently and effectively instead of dropping their rifles and fleeing. That having been said, I must suspect that, had the balloon gone up in the 1970s or 1980s, Eighth Guards Tank Army and Third Shock Army would have given a much better account of themselves. I suspect the North Koreans might today.

            Iraq and Syria both had Ba’athist regimes and were closely allied, and more distantly allied with Libya. All had lots and lots of Soviet advisors at any given time–the beginning of the air phase of the Gulf War had to be delayed while thousands of Soviet advisors evacuated Baghdad, which was not a big enough hint for Saddam to grasp that perhaps he’d erred gravely, nor were diplomatic messages from the Soviet ambassador telling him that the Yankees weren’t bluffing and perhaps he should cool it while he still had a country. He also gave lots of money and weapons to Hamas, Hezbollah, and other terrorist organizations in what could have been an attempt to curry favor with the fickle mobs of Cairo and Beirut.

        • Saddam? what are you?

        • AMD_Afficionado

          The sense of impending conflict means business is picking up at the capital’s 43 gun shops

          How many gun shops does Washington, DC have?

          Shotguns here go for just $100; Iraqi-made “Tariq” 7.65 mm pistols cost
          $200. AK-47 assault rifles, the same gun being offered to Baath Party
          members, sell for $250.

          These prices astonish me. How could Saddam’s Iraq have been so much more into Gun Culture than America?

        • goddanm you’re reatrded. he was nazbol.

    • A person.

      I mean personally i think the nationalist model could work with potential re-education of groups/races that the system contradicts and in the case of said groups refusing or unable to be re-educated/re-cultured they can simply be deported/ejected from society so as to avoid their beliefs/views from becoming an opposer to the system. Creating the political and physical infrastructure for such a project would also be useful for dealing with white trash. Although you could run such a project in a completely separate political system (Hell, even the typical EU government could pull it off if they wanted to try and deal with their current problem), it would definitely be easier through a nationalist government though.

      • We ran that experiment for the last 150 years. It failed.
        Deport them all by any means necessary. Trebuchet works for me.

        • Игровая Инквизиция

          Lol, your experiment is not include them in society for the most time and then give them possibility live without doing anything? Look at Russia, despite 100 years of commies that tried to destroy russian nation, almost all natives in Russia assimilated in russian culture.

          • Kak delaet v Chechnye?

          • TRVTH

            Demanding equal behavior from people who are not your equals is unjust and unfair. The Negro has an average IQ of 55 and is not capable of contributing to society by any means requiring greater capacity for abstract thought than picking the white bits off the cotton plant and stuffing them in a bag–and this only if a White man with a whip watches over them and reminds them firmly to get back to work whenever their tiny monkey minds wander. We tried for generations to hold them to human standards. They have proven conclusively are not capable of behaving like human beings or integrating into a human society.

            But if you are telling us that Russia is better at integrating minorities, please come and take all thirty million of them. You are welcome to them.

      • OccidentalThoughts

        It’s more humane simply to live apart than to engineer vast re-education schemes.

      • AMD_Afficionado

        Frankly, White Trash ought to be deported as well as their ancestors seem unlikely to have met the “free White people of good moral character” requirement, and they may have been done dirty by their ancestors and no longer be White.

    • AMD_Afficionado

      Kenosha Kyle is our guy, but I have to ask: could it be possible for him to have grown up in a country run by White nationalists?

  • The Forced Meme

    Top feggin kek stone

  • Black Spruce
    • I don’t get it.

      • There are any number of things you obviously don’t get.

        • I think you’re being disingenuous and using the hidden schizo language.

    • please explain

      • Black Spruce

        It’s the NZ mosque shooter court picture with a Skyrim character creation screen on top of it. Context for the Skyrim character creation screen is that the player starts out imprisoned alongside rebels being lead to the chopping block.

        • Hm I see, I don’t really get what it symbolizes but I can guess *maybe* thanks.

  • Alberto Soares

    He missed.

    • should have shot his balls off, oh wait I forgot marxists don’t have any.

      • AMD_Afficionado

        I thought that was pretty gay when Clint Eastwood did it in a Dirty Harry movie.

        The only good (((communist))) is one that is taking the big sleep.

        • TRVTH

          Two out of three ain’t bad.

  • Shadow Dancer
    • TRVTH

      “Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”

    • HAHAH who made this?

      • I thought you were an anarchist? Turns out you’re just another Fed.

        • I’m not a communist though

          • Alistair Grove

            The jury is still out on that one.

          • haha, communist just means someone who doesn’t believe in the legitimacy of private property, so that’s not me.

          • OccidentalThoughts

            In a private society no quality community would want to deal with you or with any admitted sexual deviants.

          • how do I deviant?I don’t deviate because I am natural and moral.

          • Alistair Grove

            If you’re being literal, but this is Current Year!

  • Unpopular opinions

    Two dead useful idiots and criminals, and one wounded, an inevitable outcome with more to come if this continues. “Revolutionaries” my ass, if the state stays its hand for this long, you’re nothing but a tool.

  • Cosby Bebop

    I was expecting a gay joke about bears, but this works too.

  • Pink Axolotl

    They released a lion that they can no longer control. Now they are paying the consequences.

    Kyle did nothing wrong.
    If they had taken him down, they would have killed him too, or do you think a pedophile and a domestic abuser would have had the moral considerations not to murder him in a moment of pure rage.

    I wonder if all the chaos they are making was really worth it, did it really help the cause? Did it really show that black lives matter? really the “motivation” (and I put it in quotes because it is not) of the Protestants is to show the world that violence is wrong?
    No, they didn’t, all of this just let them see what a buch of hypocrites they are.

    Just look at him, does he seem like the kind of person who would murder someone for pleasure? The others on the other side …
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/125448ed134de849f7e6b183a356cef5f076c66c0f75f2f09c991b62ff5144f9.jpg

    • cmon my hispanic brotha, why don’t you want open borders? why you turn on your own people like this? Most whites want open borders in america now too so now’s our chance.

      • You definitely get the trebuchet back to Mexico.

      • Chris Redfield

        Most whites DO NOT want open borders. Jews, suicidal bleeding hearts and non-white degenerates would want open borders for white built nations.

        • you sound like you have 24 chromosomes.

          • Alistair Grove

            And you sound like a communist.

          • I get that sometimes but I may sound like one but I am not. people say I look 12 years old but I am not.

          • OccidentalThoughts

            You certainly sound like a 12-year-old.

          • I knew that was coming as soon as I posted it.

          • TRVTH

            “I meant to do that.” Pee Wee Herman, 1985.

          • Alistair Grove

            I would try to fix that if I was you.

        • Alistair Grove

          You missed out the mega-corporations on those that want open borders.

          • TRVTH

            Strange, isn’t it? The Left has been obsessed for 60+ years with an idea called “the military industrial complex,” which holds that captains of industry, high ranking military officers, and others in the civil service are conspiring to subvert and undermine democracy and disconnect public policy from the results of elections.

            Since–I will give an approximate beginning year for it as 2006–people on the Right in the US have apprehended the existence of a very real conspiracy of high-ranking civil servants and Left Coast tech billionaires to subvert and undermine democracy and disconnect public policy from the results of elections, “the Deep State.” Does the Left congratulate us for coming around to their way of thinking and acknowledging that the threat is real? No. They call it a “conspiracy theory.”

            Every year that passes seems to increase the amount of cognitive dissonance it requires to be a Commie.

          • Alistair Grove

            True, but most of the Left’s footsoldiers are too young to remember before 2006.

            Oh, and some of us old Lefties did congratulate the Right for finally get its act together. Though I should say Ex-Lefty, as I’m now a staunch Libertarian.

          • TRVTH

            I think at least some of them have some knowledge of history–and imagine that they’re going to be the ones with big shiny “Committee for State Security” badges and platoons of thugs at their beck and call, to get back at everyone who made fun of them in school.

            They’re evil and insane, I think. Whether they are also ignorant, in the aggregate, is irrelevant. They’ve made their choice and have decided not to be reached.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3e33ebc361b2f7c2cf95797348893c5c32a80b30ff6059d0ff10383e8dfb09f7.jpg

          • Alistair Grove

            Some, definitely. Just not the majority. But you’re right about them having made their choice. I mean, I want to see the world burn too, doesn’t give me the right to set it on fire though. I’ll just sit back with the popcorn as others do.

  • iuyyyyui

    Stonetoss, hard-earned and well-earned congratulations.

    You made the line-up on revolver.news which is angling to supplant Drudge as the go-to site for ordinary common-sense conservatives (as opposed to Repvblican Inc.)

    You’ll know you’ve REALLY made it when the J-MSM does a hit piece on you, like they’ve done to Sabo (L.A. based conservative “street artist”), to Andrew Anglin, to anybody who’s able to connect with non-leftists who are still young or (at worst) middle-aged. You’re literally a lifeline here in the Great Clown World of the West where a Scottish university … Scotland! … has re-named a building from Anglo-Scots Age-of-Reason philosopher Hume … to U.S. drug addict and porn actor George Floyd:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-54138247

    Get your ducks in a row and prepare a strategy because … sooner than later with your exploding popularity … the MSM will doxx you and lay out a hit piece.

    • I just found out about David Hume a few days ago when I was reading a book of his in the bookstore. interesting. He’s a communist though, he’s a modernist and promotes communism and is anti-private property. don’t fall for it,

      • Once again proving, as if previous experience were insufficient, that you are not just a low grade moron, but a liar.

        David Hume was a contemporary of Adam Smith, and created a logical, reasoned discourse on the need for private property, and the abhorrence of equalitarianism.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hume

        • TRVTH

          He could also out-consume Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

        • I must have been thinking of karl marx, thank you for this info

          • Billy: I wanna do great things, you know? I want to be an achiever, like Bad Horse.
            Penny: The Thoroughbred of Sin?
            Billy: … I meant Gandhi.

          • I don’t get it.

  • MaxRideWizardLord

    The only sad thing about this picture is that Kyle missed the lethal spots.

    • Bigfatdane

      In the heat of the moment you don’t think too hard, you just aim for the closest body part and pull the trigger.

    • Alistair Grove

      I don’t know. There is value in making the enemy suffer. And Kyle did bag two other commies that night

  • Stinky Jogger
    • lol

    • Sargi

      Physiognomy is real
      Physiognomy israel

  • Alberto Soares

    Am I the only one who remembers the black lives matter mass shooter?

    He targeted, shot, and killed white people during a 2016 protest. 5 dead, 9 injured.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d4e5bfb921f641ba4ad6eee7387774ab2722c503ffc6cf3f5b35220f66fe5def.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/12e91d54d5ee7defa4d9da5dc59e9207975481ef036eb60bdffaef2914e7a94b.jpg

    • TRVTH

      It’s well past time to declare both Antifa and BLM to be terrorist organizations.

      The only problem I can see with this is that it would leave a great many small business owners with no relief and no legal recourse. Most insurance policies contain clauses buried in the fine print exempting them from paying out for “acts of terrorism.”

  • Shadow Dancer
    • Alistair Grove

      Jesus dude, have some dignity. Don’t up vote your own posts!

      • Sorry I think my fingers were greasy

        • Alistair Grove

          Nope. Too easy. Not. Going. There.

  • TRVTH
    • gay

      • Alistair Grove

        You say that like it’s a bad thing

        • haha you know which way I meant it

          • Alistair Grove

            I’m not a mind-reader.

  • Bigfatdane

    In Denmark, 83 percent of voters supported a ban on circumcising boys, yet because it might offend the Jews the government refused to ban it or even debate it.

    6,000 people out of 6,5 million, 0.009 percent of the population, were able to shut down all debate about it by claiming victimhood… unbelievable

    • Alistair Grove

      The worse thing Hitler did was give those pedos a shield to hide behind.

  • Bidewfus

    At first I thought Kyle was based but he is just another police cuck

  • David Berger

    Champion of the Bye-ceps challenge

  • TRVTH

    The “authorities” should not be surprised in the least when they abandon their most basic responsibilities under the social contract, then see people appear and organize spontaneously and organically to do what the State either cannot or will not do.

    Our rulers allow rioting, arson, and murder to go unchecked for months. If you were trying to ensure the formation and emergence of an American Freikorps, you could not make a better plan.

  • QuickshooterMk4
    • TRVTH

      You aren’t wrong. Also, in the legal term, there is the concept “disparity of force.”

      He was alone and outnumbered against a mob that numbered in the dozens, that were shouting their intent to kill him. With such numbers, even if they had been unarmed, they could easily have overwhelmed him in a moment and killed him, had he not resisted. And they were not unarmed. One in the mob had a handgun and tried to kill him with it. Video made during the incident shows numerous gunshots–most of which Kyle did not fire. People were apparently shooting at him. One tried to bludgeon him with a skateboard with steel wheel trucks and could easily have brained him if he’d hit at just the right angle. Numerous Molotov cocktails were present as well.

      Would a reasonable man have feared for his life against such an armed mob? Of course. That is the essence of self-defense law in cases involving lethal force.

      Not only should Kyle Rittenhouse be free, he should get a parade and the key to the city.

  • Szymon Pańczyk

    They only support it as a means for destabilization. The doctrinaires will always want control over the masses in the end, when they realize masses don’t do as envisioned. And for that they will need to make sure only their supporters are armed. If they have their way, they will keep losing support and to keep power they will need to keep disarming the people while arming the police, special services and military.

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