Low Man On The Totem Pole

I had noticed that Liz Warren was making jokes about incels.  This was something that couldn’t be left untouched, but BV beat me to the punch.  This turns out to be perfectly fine.  Here is BV,

My view is that female privilege, legal hegemony and entitlement are very different now than they were even five years ago. They are so instantiated in the popular and official worlds that a man is eccentric, if not deranged, if he just says, “Don’t talk to me that way.”

The rate of change has been significant; the 2nd order function (rate of change of the rate of change — convexity if you dig bond pricing metrics) is accelerating.

This is very mainstream stuff now. Eliz. Warren in the last town hall, when asked what she would say if a constituent said, “Actually, I think marriage is between a man and a woman.”

She had an antic response:

“Okay. Obviously you’re a man. Good luck. You’ll probably never find a woman.”

The audience went nuts with pleasure.

The likely Dem nominee, at this point, calls a disputant, in the argot of the feminist culture, a pathetic incel.

This is a First Amendment, foundational idea: that a Biblical truth is defensible at any cost. Warren’s snark says, “Only a pathetic incel would think that.”

To know who is lowest on the totem pole, one must consult with the correct authorities.  Hillary Clinton told us that a vast swath to US Citizens are Deplorables.  However, there is something even below that according to another correct authority Liz Warren.  That is, there is the incel, the involuntary celibate.  The hierarchy is now have a bit more clarity to it.  Furthermore, it has all moved out into the open; while Hillary never intended for her deplorable comment to be released, Liz Warren was very up-front about incels, doing so on CNN.  Beyond that, to truly reveal the status of incels, Warren delivered a mocking joke.  This is how we truly know that incels are now considered to be below deplorables.

Naturally enough, the stereotypical deplorable and incel in their minds are white men.  Perhaps somebody will ask these people why they hate white men so much.  Notice that they do so with gleeful zest.  Very telling.

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94 comments on “Low Man On The Totem Pole
  1. RichardP says:

    OT: I don’t know this author. This showed up in my Facebook feed and the title intrigued me enough to comit to reading the first paragraph or two to see what his particular slant was in the piece. I kept reading. I don’t know if what he says is true. But, if it is, he neatly ties together a whole bunch of loose ends. From that standpoint, what he writes is intriguing. And the piece is particularly long because of all that he is tieing together.

    There are a few things that I do know about that he gets wrong, so that makes me wonder what things that I don’t know about that he also gets wrong. With that caveat in mind, it is an interesting read.

    Dead Men Don’t Need Impeachment


  2. b g says:

    ” Perhaps somebody will ask these people why they hate white men so much. Notice that they do so with gleeful zest. Very telling.”

    Hmmm, well I have serious doubts about female “penis envy”, but I have no doubt about the jealousy of some about male construction/development of our civilization. The wisest women already understand that and appreciate it. The rest, well, NEXT.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    White men created modern civilization

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  4. b g says:

    Yes, but our current civilization is built upon younger civilizations.

    My point was how the wiser females grasp that. My wife never demanded much, instead she would ask if I could do something…because damned few males would say no ;-D

    She once asked me if I knew how to make a circular step from the basement to the patio above the garage. I said maybe, but I will have to think about it. It took a couple of days chewing it over and a couple of sketches, plus an hour buying the wood, but only a couple of hours to build it. Most of us guys are designed like that, functional women know that ;-D

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  5. Cheque d'Out says:

    About as off-topic for low man as it’s possible to get, I reckon


  6. Farm Boy says:

    Senator Marco Rubio says about Elizabeth Warren

    Vividly captures the condescension of elites & their incessant ridicule of Americans with traditional values. It elicits glee among celebrities & blue check brigade. But for the millions sick of being disrespected it elicits support for fighting back, even in a crude or vulgar way.

    — Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) October 12, 2019


  7. Cheque d'Out says:

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

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  9. If one side refuses to even listen to the other and only mocks or insults them, I wl suggest that the time for talking is over.

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  10. I just can’t imagine why any rational person who is not a crook or power-hungry would want to be president.


  11. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Disses Saudi Arabia; Would Set Up ‘Special Office’ to Promote ‘LGBTQ Rights Around the World’



  12. Farm Boy says:

    “Hey EU, wake up. I say it again: if you try to frame our operation [against Kurds] as an invasion, our task is simple: we will open the doors and send 3.6 million migrants to you,”



  13. Farm Boy says:

    Man Who Slammed Trump for ‘Racist’ Immigration Policies Killed by Illegal Immigrant


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  14. h0neyc0mb says:

    If one side refuses to even listen to the other and only mocks or insults them, I wl suggest that the time for talking is over.

    Agreed ..

    BUT .. I’m not sure that the white-man (in the USsA) doesn’t desire enslavement (e.g. antifa is mostly white men) / castration.


  15. h0neyc0mb says:

    I know .. a lil off-topic .. but why not ..

    The extinction of reason | MelaniePhillips.com


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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Spawny’s Space — Where threads are born off topic

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  17. horsemanbombadil says:

    As wamenz approach 35 and want to settle down with a older beta provider, one more thing gets in the way.

    Interestingly note that its considered a taboo. Gasp



  18. horsemanbombadil says:

    Been saying it and seeing it for ages. Men my age still have a drive but it is low enough to be overcome by logic or just pride.

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  19. horsemanbombadil says:


    Dont even want to think how much a coalition of Junior, Singh and the Greens would spend.
    Note all three have press releases to push for a coalition.

    Conservatives MUST have a majority to save the country.


  20. horsemanbombadil says:

    Why when the boomers retire the economy is fucked.

    Businesses led by yoga ideas because “flow” and rest are important.
    Operating units not being led during an after hours issue.



    Both front page of the business section.

    Without the common sense and work ethic these businesses are doomed.


  21. Or what’s on offer.
    That article is fake news. The idea that “society ” is uncomfortable with older men not wanting sex is b.s.
    That’s been the norm for, well, ever. The big story used to be that old guy was still getting some. Hell it was considered undignified to still be interested.

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  22. Both links behind a paywall .
    Younger generations have been fucked over by both education system and parental failure. Its not going to end well. Think South Africa on a continental scale.


  23. Farm Boy says:


    You are giving your youngsters the greatest gift all, the ability to see through BS.

    Every parent should do as KH does

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  24. Thanks for the kind words, FB. I am doing what I can, but I can always do better. My worry is that it just won’t be enough.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Britain’s Q. Assign to his words whatever value that you wish


  26. Farm Boy says:

    “Racists Are Recruiting. Watch Your White Sons,” warns a recent New York Times piece by the feminist writer Joanna Schroeder. While it is undoubtedly true that white supremacist trolls try to appeal to vulnerable young men, the incident that prompted Schroeder to write her piece suggests she is succumbing to unnecessary panic.

    What happened? Her two sons, ages 11 and 14, liked some memes and used the word “triggered.”

    Upon hearing them use this word, “I almost lost control of the car,”



  27. Farm Boy says:

    Legislator Who Argues Housing Is a Human Right Also Suing to Stop Affordable Housing in Her District



  28. Farm Boy says:

    When the first stories about Harvey Weinstein broke, Weinstein proposed spending lots of money on gun-control propaganda — to get the left on his side.

    Recently, Justin Trudeau started talking about outlawing guns when caught in blackface.

    And now NBC, exposed as a rape culture petri dish, Virtue Signals that it’s going to silence the Bad Orange Man and protect poor super-rich nepot incompetent Hunter Biden


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  29. https://nypost.com/2019/10/14/assisted-living-staffers-accused-of-running-dementia-patient-fight-club/

    Yeah, gotta watch out for those white racists, they’re the sole source of evil in the universe.

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  30. I want to buy this man 100 burgers.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Faculty members, and the administrators who are the real power in universities nowadays, dismiss this as ignorant anti-intellectualism. But is it?

    Whom the gods would destroy, they first make crazy. And higher education has become objectively crazy. It’s not a shock that taxpayers think their money might be better spent elsewhere than on subsidizing enclaves of insanity. It’s especially true when universities spend so much of their time attacking so many of the Americans who pay taxes to support them, from Trump voters, to Christians, to gun owners and businesspeople. It takes a lot of chutzpah to slap someone in the face and then put your hand out for money, but that’s what universities have been doing for decades and with special force over the past few years.


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  32. Farm Boy says:

    Yeah, gotta watch out for those white racists, they’re the sole source of evil in the universe.

    Do they realize how silly they look?


  33. Do they realize how silly they look?

    If you read some of the comments at the NYT piece you certainly don’t get the idea they think they’re silly. They’re 1000% on-board with this B.S. You feel bad for kids, boys especially, whose parents read the NYT for anything other than laughs or oppo research.

    Steve O (from Connecticut)

    When my son was in 4th grade, he wrote a paper on the KKK based primarily on a book from the school library. The book “explained” how the KKK was started as a good natured joke by a few very nice men, and was only later hijacked and misrepresented by evil people. That was 30 years ago, and battle has only intensified. Truly, the battle for social justice will never be fully won, and eternal vigilance is required.

    Yes, I am a library in Connecticut had a book on its shelves in 1989 that was evenly jokingly pro-KKK…


  34. Farm Boy says:

    Other than the fact that Elizabeth Warren is lying

    Pregnancy discrimination was a serious problem in 1971 and it continues to be a widespread issue today. The attacks on @ewarren for sharing her experiences are absurd, and I’m glad to see women sharing their real, powerful stories. We must do more to fight for workplace equality.

    — Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) October 9, 2019

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    “We believe that the continued governmental inaction over the climate and ecological crisis now justifies peaceful and non-violent protest and direct action, even if this goes beyond the bounds of the current law,” said Emily Grossman, a science broadcaster with a PhD in molecular biology. She read the declaration on behalf of the group.



  36. Farm Boy says:

    But the social justice zealots have to have something to be upset, outraged, or otherwise terrified about, so they chose Joker and began beating their usual drum to embarrass and shame the creators of the film to acknowledge their grievances and ultimately either give money or publicity to their cause. They cannot fathom a world in which there’s nothing to be aggrieved about, so when they are faced with a lack of outrage, they create some.


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  37. Farm Boy says:

    In an interview with The Sunday Times, journalist Decca Aitkenhead asked the Clintons if someone with a beard and a penis can ever be a woman, to which Chelsea replied emphatically, ‘Yes.’



  38. Farm Boy says:

    The Glorious Patriarch

    “He roared to say: ‘I’m the King of the Jungle’ and then I couldn’t believe it when he smiled at me like when someone winks at you to say like: ‘Haha!’”


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  39. Looks more to me like he’s thinking, “Ketchup or mustard on this one?”

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  40. Why does anyone ask Chelsea Clinton anything?

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  41. Stephanie says:

    We recently found these drawings and had a laugh!

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  42. Stephanie says:

    I miss using the elliptical more LOL


  43. Farm Boy says:

    A Planned Parenthood CEO refused to answer questions Friday about her failure to reprimand a doctor who was secretly filmed boasting about “less crunchy” abortion techniques so as to acquire better body parts for sale



  44. Stephanie says:

    LOL… I’m so glad this is our 4th, and that he’s making us stop after this 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Farm Boy says:

    “The Real Threat of ‘Joker’ Is Hiding in Plain Sight,” declares The New York Times. The ensuing essay says the movie “accidentally” speaks to white privilege.


    “Still, what struck me most is that what the film wants to say — about mental illness or class divisions in American society — is not as interesting as what it accidentally says about whiteness. For it is essentially a depiction of what happens when white supremacy is left unchecked. It shows the delusions that many white men have about their place in society and the brutality that can result when that place is denied.”



  46. Stephanie says:

    And he’s going to be happy, too!


  47. https://wheelgun.wordpress.com/2019/10/15/relatives-of-dead-criminals-dont-like-self-defense-7/

    I wonder if there was any way the armed robber could have avoided being shot, I mean besides not trying to commit armed robbery, or just shooting everyone there first.


  48. Farm Boy says:

    Even being a member of an approved victim group is not enough to keep an armed robber from being shot

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    The other thing that is happening is even more frightening. The company that you co-founded, Google, the greatest conduit of speech in world history, is also suppressing speech. I have asked myself over and over: How could the company founded by a man whose parents fled the Soviet Union do this?

    It so boggles the mind that I have to hope you are simply not fully aware of what your company is doing.



  50. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—During a recent string of protests in Washington, one protester told reporters that “we are living in a totalitarian nightmare just like in The Handmaid’s Tale,” making the statement with absolutely no possibility of the government kidnapping and torturing her for her outspokenness.


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  51. https://pbs.twimg.com/ext_tw_video_thumb/1183917649492766720/pu/img/-DRav3s2UTCXTnDG?format=jpg&name=small

    FB already linked, but maybe I’ll get to be the first one to say, Lebron James is stunning. And brave.

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    If he’s pissed off then I’m pissed off. Crunch time tonight (or one of them). That’s a staunch ERG member, Mark Francois, leaving after a private briefing of the state of EU-UK Brexit negotiations


  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Wonder if Labour hates the U.K. I do]


  55. Farm Boy says:

    I wish LeBron would elaborate on how solidarity with the Hong Kong protestors is “uneducated”.

    Liked by 1 person

  56. Farm Boy says:

    Somehow money might be a factor.

    Though, as Obama once wondered, how much is enoug?

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  57. Lebron should do an extemporaneous Ted talk about the Hong Kong situation, going over the history of British rule and the transition back.


  58. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, I agree


  59. Farm Boy says:

    “I don’t want to hear what you have to say!” she yelled. “Why do you have an opinion on equity? You have been white from birth…why are you arguing ‘what is a system of oppression?’ You’ve never experienced one. Just stop Dan. Stop Dino. You are not oppressed…You stop it. You are a white male.”



  60. Farm Boy says:

    Should Rachel Dolezal, who has been white since birth, have an opinion?


  61. RichardP says:

    Lebron James is stunning. And brave. And pragmatic. And opportunistic

    Lebron clarified himself by saying …the online show of support for the embattled demonstrators “could have waited a week.”


    Authorities in the communist country last week canceled publicity events and news conferences and banned the broadcast last week of an exhibition game between the Brooklyn Nets and James’ Los Angeles Lakers.

    By waiting a week, that all would have taken place first. The folks in China’s flyover country would have had a chance to see Lebron’s greatness, and a bit of merchandise might have been sold.

    In context, it seems that Lebron was criticizing the timing, not the context or content of the criticism.

    A nuance lost on many who are criticizing the criticizerers of Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet. The tweet would have still been true if delivered 10 days later.

    I know. Principles, and stuff. Like none of us ever postponed them ever so slightly to ensure that short-term gain.


  62. Farm Boy says:

    Whether I have or have not gone to college, had sex before marriage, aquired debt, gotten a tattoo, etc. does not make me any less worthy of the sacrificial love of Jesus Christ, so what right does any earthly man (or woman) have to call me less than worthy to simply be his wife due to the same criteria?! Christ > humanity. Be careful that you preach Christ and not your own ideals.



  63. Farm Boy says:

    Lebron clarified himself by saying …the online show of support for the embattled demonstrators “could have waited a week.”


    Why indeed? Are people required to acquiesce to the NBA’s interests?

    Is “what is good for the NBA good for America”?


  64. RichardP says:

    @FB said: I wish LeBron would elaborate on how solidarity with the Hong Kong protestors is “uneducated”.

    He did, as I pointed out in the words I posted before this post – words that have not yet shown up as I am typing this. If they do show up, this will be superfuous.

    It wasn’t the solidarity with the Hong Kong protesters that was “uneducated”. What was uneducated was the timing – both of the original tweet, and the reaction against it. The meaning of either would not have changed if they had waited 10 days or so to do it. But, by doing it 10 days later, all the stuff that got cancelled would have been alowed to happen. And Joe Chinee living out in flyover country would have been allowed to see Lebron’s greatness. And a few basketball memorabilia might have been sold.


  65. RichardP says:

    @FB: s “what is good for the NBA good for America”?

    The “good” would have accrued to the chinese folks who were denied the opportunity to see the game. And who were denied an opportunity to spend their money on memorabilia. I was being a bit tongue-in-cheek about being denied the opportunity to see Lebron’s greatness and spend their money, but only a little bit. My opening line in my first post above was meant to convey that.

    Lebron has been a magnificent athlete. Perhaps he would have put on a magnificent performance for the Chinese. There is some value in being allowed to watch humans being really good at what they do. If there wasn’t some value to that, why would we all watch or read or listen to humans being really good at what they do (referring to all things done with great excellence, not just sports).

    I seriously think that last paragraph was more what Lebron’s comment about “waited for a week” was addressing. I think it was not a comment on whether one should support the Hong Kong protestors or not.


  66. Farm Boy says:

    So how does being educated make it so that you know that you should shut up about about stuff that would be detrimental to the big boss?

    A high school drop out should be able to understand that.

    Then there is the thing that many educated people are so proud of — the “speaking truth to power” thing.


  67. Cheque d'Out says:


  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another Tory traitor MP gets some consequences. Her local Tory party voted to replace her as their candidate at the next election.

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh yeah

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  70. He didn’t say “poorly timed”.

    He didn’t say “inopportune”.

    He didn’t say “ill-considered”.

    He said “uneducated”, and he said that when he didn’t really have to say anything.

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  71. BuenaVista says:

    FB: “White men created modern civilization.”

    The most important American literary critic of the last 50 years died this week: Harold Bloom. He was “controversial” because he asserted the cultural primacy of people like Montaigne, Shakespeare, Kafka — and they also were white males.

    The New York Times obit for the most important American literary thinker of the last 50 years talked a lot about how he wrote about white males.

    Listen people: We may be on the cusp of a new Dark Age. If Bloom and his subjects — minor figures like Shakespeare — are objects of ridicule, and this attitude becomes mainstream, we live in an intellectually bankrupt, dangerous world in which no one is educated. Sounds melodramatic, but I’m old enough to know that in the last (1970s) convulsion, no one who attempted to annihilate western civilization was taken seriously. Now they have bylines in the New York Times.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    NBA star LeBron James reportedly pressured the NBA to punish the Rockets’ General Manager Daryl Morey after he tweeted support for Hong Kong.



  73. Farm Boy says:

    You might guess that oral contraceptives cause developing embryos to perish, but birth control pills have also been found to cause death in women. More than half of these deaths are caused by venous thromboembolism.



  74. Farm Boy says:

    “Look, we never meant to make your lives difficult—we are so, so sorry,” said a representative for Chinese dissenters. His name has been withheld to protect him from imprisonment or execution by authorities. “We never realized just how hard it was to throw a ball through a hoop and make millions of dollars.”

    Oppressed Chinese citizens admitted that their constant fear of being punished by their corrupt Communist government is nothing compared with the concerns of tweeting a couple things that might get some backlash, or losing a percentage of your profits because you spoke up against totalitarianism. From protesters in the semi-autonomous Hong Kong to the underground church in China, Chinese people from all walks of life offered their deepest apologies for being insensitive to the struggles of being a rich basketball player.


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  75. Farm Boy says:

    Women will always always go team woman if they have a say in the matter and if there are no social consequences for them to do so.


    Liked by 1 person

  76. Farm Boy says:

    Rutgers University women’s and gender studies professor Brittney Cooper tied racism and President Donald Trump’s policies to black female obesity.



  77. Farm Boy says:

    One is Adam Schiff, crazy man behind the impeachment effort. Though I don’t know which one

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    A study by several researchers has determined that gender dynamics play a role in an academic’s visibility on the social media platform Twitter, with women in higher education getting noticeably less attention than men.



  79. RichardP says:

    Re. KH’s post at 12:05 a.m. above:

    His words caused me to go back to the article and re-read the relevant parts. In doing so I discovered that I misinterpreted a part of the article. My comments above were based on thinking that James was criticizing the folks who were criticizing GM Morey’s tweet. He was not. He was directly criticizing GM Morey’s tweet.

    That is just recognition of a matter of fact. It doesn’t change the substance of what I wrote. Which was a comment that said I thought Jame’s criticism was a bit self-serving, but there could also be a different interpretation – which I outlined. Properly read, my comment was an example of holding two opposing thoughts in ones head. I wasn’t arguing for any particular point of view – other than that one could support either conclusion from what was said. It is obvious that I should have used more words in my post to make that more clear.

    From FB’s link: James… stressed that his assessment had nothing to do with the “substance” of Morey’s tweet and solely focused on the timing of the post.

    I’m certain that James did not ponder for three days, picking out exactly the proper words to be spoken in his comment. It was a comment off the top of his head. As such, all of the phrases that KH lists in his 12:05 post above can be inferred from what James said.


  80. Ame says:

    that calvin klein ad … W.O.W.

    what a difference 20 years makes 😦

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