Which Race is the Worst? /pol/ Asks a Politically Incorrect Question

This was the question:

4 Chan

Asking out of curiosity. Which race do you think is the worst?

e.g. Niggers, Goatfuckers, Asians etc..

What’s your thinking?

A few sample answers:

aboriginal australians are so inferior it’s just sad, they are basically a separate sub species

youve already listed them in the correct order.

Fuck White people, and fuck Donald Trump.

you could add various micronesians onto that

Papua New Guinea certainly is a terrifying place to read about

Navajos. They are actually from a different bloodline than most of the rest of Native Americans. They are related to Apaches, Chippewas, and some “Eskimo” tribes.

They are all filthy, swarthy, alcoholic, diabetes ridden, no paved roads in their villages having, incredibly low IQ possessing, Abbo tier morons.

Probably in the states you have some different selection of those, but according to my european experience, goatfuckers are the worst. Niggers are decent civilized people in comparison.

Whites to be honest, they have a very unnatural obsession with hierarchies that makes absolutely no sense anymore. They then end up sexually attracted to the lowest group on their hierarchy list which then flips everything upside down. They all pretend to be non racist but then create laws and rules behind everyone’s backs to further diminish minorities to a lower status on their made up hierarchy.

Pure Australian Aboriginals. It’s actually frightening. They have an inability to delay gratification, their average IQs are below 90, they fight often and exhibit very primitive behaviour. They are literally great apes that have learned to speak 1st grade english.

Are you guys Fucking kidding me?
Jews are the worst, because they enslave us with their economic system, and force upon us sandniggers and regular niggers, corrupt our culture, brainwash us, cause wars, the list goes on.

“Dear Baby Boomers,”

I’m a baby boomer and I approve this message.

With a caveat.

Not all of us were left wing, hypocritical zealots. Just most of us.

Gavin McInnes goes after baby boomers in this video, calling us “retarded,” among other things.

Jews Don’t Want High Spirited Tara McCarthy Talking about Jews


I like this girl. If only I were young enough to woo her!

In this video, Tara spends an hour chatting with Professor Kevin MacDonald about the JQ and more.

Jewish Actress Helen Hunt’s View Appearance Pleases Whoopi Goldberg with its Antiwhite Racism

I propose a new sh*t test for a potential girlfriend. If she watches the View, dump her. It’s crap. Anyone who watches it is unworthy of a decent white man.

Typical Jew Spew alert.

At about the 7 minute mark Hunt begins talking about how ecstatic she was to find 60 to 80 percent of the crew members on her new TV show were black. Thus, the relevant part of the video takes place in the last minute.

Let her give her role to blacks if she thinks that blacks are so deserving.

The Daily Caller offers a brief story about her comments about race.

This reader comment at the Caller is the most up voted:

Correct Headline: White Hollyweird Libtard Professes Self-Loathing; Gets Approving Head-Pat From Whoopi.

If any of the commenters at the Caller acknowledge that Helen Hunt is a JEW, I didn’t see it. It’s disturbing that so many people fall short of understanding the role that liberal Jews play in effecting soft white genocide.

Mexicans Boycott Wells Blue Bunny Ice Cream Over “Racist” Rep. Steve King Donations

Iowa State Daily

Based off monetary contributions to Iowa Rep. Steve King, a national Hispanic organization is calling on all grocery stores to stop selling Wells Blue Bunny products.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), in a press release Wednesday, cited nearly $34,500 in contributions to King from the Wells family.

In 2016, nearly $11,000 was contributed to King from Wells Enterprises, Inc. President and CEO Michael Wells, along with additional donations from other Wells family members.

“LULAC condemns Congressman King’s recent racists remarks saying, ‘civilizations can’t be restored with somebody else’s babies’ and predictions of a ‘looming race war between blacks and Hispanics,'” the release stated.


That Steve King Tweet also drew national attention to Ayla, Wife with a Purpose, when she Tweeted this:

In early March, King faced backlash after he tweeted, “Wilders [a right-wing prime minister candidate] understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

Several top Iowa leaders condemned King for his remarks, including Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, who said during one of his weekly news conferences, “I disagree with what Steve King had to say.

“We all know that … from time to time, he just says things that we just don’t agree with, and we have always been honest about that. We have worked with him on a lot of things, and some of the things we just think are wrong and we disagree with it.”

A petition was started almost immediately after King’s remarks in March by a woman from Boone, Iowa, asking that top companies such as Wells Blue Bunny, AT&T, American Podiatric Association, College Loan Corp and the American Bankers Association stop funding King.

The petition currently has 1,842 supporters.

On the LULAC boycott, the organization is asking that in addition to ceasing sales on Blue Bunny products, grocery stores also remove the product form their shelves.

“We are going to boycott Wells Blue Bunny until the President Michael Wells and his family decide not to support Congressman Steve King and his hateful rhetoric,” Joe Enriquez Henry, LULAC national vice president in the Midwest region, said.

King is currently the U.S. representative for Iowa’s 4th Congressional District – a position he has held since 2013. He previously held the same role in office for Iowa’s 5th Congressional District since 2003.

Evidence that Stone Age Europeans were the First Residents of North America

This brief note was published in 2012. It’s here to remind us of the possibility that Caucasians set foot in North America before Asians.


n a discovery that could rewrite the history of the Americas, archaeologists have found a number of stone tools dating back between 19,000 and 26,000 years, and bearing remarkable similarities to those made in Europe.

All of the ancient implements were discovered along the north-east coast of the USA.

The tools could reassert the long dismissed and discredited claim that Europeans in the form of Christopher Columbus and his crew were the first to discover the New World.

Previous discoveries of tools have only been dated back to 15,000 years ago and prompted many archaeologists and historians to question claims that stone-age man managed to migrate to North America.

But the striking resemblance in the way the primitive American tools were made to European ones dating from the same period now suggests a remarkable migration took place.

Adding to the weight of evidence is fresh analysis of stone knife unearthed in the US in 1971 that revealed it was made of French flint.

Professor Dennis Stanford from Washington’s Smithsonian Institution, and Professor Bruce Bradley from Exeter University believe that the ancient Europeans travelled to North America across an Atlantic frozen over by the Ice Age.

During the height of the Ice Age, ice covered some three million square miles of the North Atlantic, providing a solid bridge between the two continents. Plentiful numbers of seal, penguins, seabirds and the now extinct great auk on the edge of the ice shelf could have provided the stone-age nomads with enough food to sustain them on their 1,500-mile walk.

“Across Atlantic Ice”, a book by professors Stanford and Bradley presenting the case for the trans-Atlantic trek, is published next month.

Learn more about the glorious Solutrean hypothesis at Wikipedia.

Official Trailer: Get Me Roger Stone

Opinions about Roger Stone are flying fast and furious on youtube. From the youtube information box, we learn:

Published on Mar 29, 2017

The whole world was shocked by the rise Donald Trump, but there was one man who had been plotting it for years: Roger Stone. Diving deep into the mind of the master manipulator, Get Me Roger Stone provides a raw perspective on the transformation of American politics. Coming exclusively to Netflix on May 12, 2017.

President Donald Trump seems to have distanced himself from the controversial Stone, who has used the word “Negro” and thus gotten himself banned from CNN and MSNBC. Stone remains close to Alex Jones.


n the first grade, Stone claims, he broke into politics to further John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign: “I remember going through the cafeteria line and telling every kid that Nixon was in favor of school on Saturdays… It was my first political trick”.[17]

When he was a junior and vice president of the student government at a high school in northern Westchester County, New York, he manipulated the ouster of the president and succeeded him. Stone recalled how he ran for election as president for his senior year:

“I built alliances and put all my serious challengers on my ticket. Then I recruited the most unpopular guy in the school to run against me. You think that’s mean? No, it’s smart.”[18]

Given a copy of Barry Goldwater’s Conscience of a Conservative, Stone became a convert to conservatism as a child and a volunteer in Goldwater’s 1964 campaign. In 2007, Stone indicated that he was a staunch conservative but with libertarian leanings.[17]

During the 2016 election cycle, Stone was banned from appearing on CNN and MSNBC after making a series of offensive Twitter posts disparaging other television personalities.[60] Stone specifically referred to a CNN commentator as an “Entitled Diva Bitch” and imagined her “killing herself”, and called another CNN personality a “stupid negro” and a “fat negro”.[61]

Stone’s Tweets tend to be combative: