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The Worst Week Yet:
February 14-20, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, One Way Ticket, 2021.

1,514 words

It should be obvious to any sober observer that the main problem with black people is black people.

Even though it has been mathematically established that black Americans drain more money from the public cookie jar than they contribute to it, a pesky myth persists that they are somehow being cheated out of their “fair share” of America’s massive wealth. It has become a national article of faith that any possible economic disparities between Bantus and Euros can’t possibly be explained by the fact that intelligence testing consistently confirms that, by and large, blacks are a relatively dimwitted breed. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
February 7-13, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, Today’s Pressing Issues, 2021.

1,595 words

Not everyone hates the winter as much as I do — I’ve even argued that the primary impetus for European colonialism was the perfectly reasonable quest for warmer climes — but if you’re similar to me in this regard, with all due apologies to T. S. Eliot, April is not the cruelest month — February is. And apparently, a “major winter storm” will sock huge swaths of the USA this week. For me, the worst part of the year is that deep-frozen dark patch of dead somnolence between the Super Bowl and the blooming of the first tulips. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 31-February 6, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, The George Floyd Diet, 2021.

1,608 words

If I had known George Floyd, I don’t think I would have liked him.

There’s a good chance he wouldn’t have liked me, either, and if you dislike me merely for saying I would have disliked him, I’ll take an immediate dislike to you, too.

What bothers me even more than you and George Floyd, though, is that it seems as if no one is ever going to SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT GEORGE FLOYD. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 24-30, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, A Jew Space Laser Destroying a Forest, 2021.

1,464 words

Joe Biden, who is widely acknowledged as the first senile cyborg plagiarist with artificially whitened teeth ever to hold the US presidency, has devised a unique and exciting plan to heal and unite a deeply wounded and divided nation: He intends to persecute everyone on the other side of the aisle until they are either dead, imprisoned, or permanently frightened into silence. With no opposition, there’s no conflict!

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 17-23, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, The Libotomy, 2021.

1,176 words

I attended the last presidential inauguration because I wanted to.

Even if I had wanted to, I couldn’t have attended the weird Carnival of Masked Corpses in DC this time around because I’m man enough to admit I am no match for 25,000 National Guardsmen Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
January 10-16, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, Think No Evil, 2021.

1,608 words

Watching footage from January 6th’s “Capitol Siege,” I saw oceans of American flags and Trump flags. I heard people screaming about democracy and a stolen election. I heard them chanting “Christ is King!” and “Four more years!” I saw what appeared to be a crowd composed mostly of boomers and soon-to-be-boomers yelping about how, every so often, the tree of liberty needs to be refreshed with the blood of tyrants.

Apparently I was hallucinating, because it was actually a white-power rally. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
December 27, 2020-January 2, 2021

Phil Eiger Newmann, Victim Hood,

1,544 words

To be young and white in America right now is to walk through life with a black cloud hovering over your head with every word you utter and every step you take.

One major cultural shift over the past generation is that except for a few isolated hills and hollers in Appalachia and the Ozarks, there is effectively no such thing as “poor white culture” anymore. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
December 20-26, 2020

The Worst Week Yet: 2020, Year of Fear, by Phil Eiger Newmann

Phil Eiger Newmann, Year of Fear, 2020.

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In the early 1970s, English comedian Peter Cook referred to vapid Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gabor as “the biggest non-event of the century.”

But that was the last century. This century’s biggest non-event, despite what they’ve been ceaselessly drilling into your brain with a trillion tiny digital jackhammers, is the myth of rampaging white racism. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
December 13-19, 2020

Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem, 2017.

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Did you ever have a nightmare where, in the midst of enduring untold agonies, you were somehow able to realize it was a dream and thus rouse yourself from sleep?

That’s not the problem these days. These days, we all wake up into a nightmare.

They warn us to be careful what we wish for, but I can’t stop wishing I was paranoid, because paranoia would be preferable to every other option. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
December 6-12, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Any Day Now, 2020.

1,899 words

Since we live in a world dominated by white men — heck, even the rock-climbing world is “dominated by white men” — it’s odd to behold how openly hostile most of this world’s major institutions are toward white men.

Our objective news media has been warning us for years about the “far Right,” which is an extreme movement that is always on the rise and always threatening to erupt into cataclysmic violence, an ever-looming possibility that all People of Color must wrestle with, Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 29-December 5, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Plague Upon Your House, 2020.

1,601 words

Can we all secretly agree that they’re all secretly conspiring to publicly drive us all insane?

With so few of us agreeing on anything — and with some of us so conflicted that half the time, we don’t even agree with ourselves Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 22-28, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Dancing for Dollars, 2020.

1,595 words

If white Americans kissed black America’s ass any harder, black America’s steatopygian ass would have a visible hickey — possibly even bleeding welts.

And yet the harder that white Americans try to appease blacks, blacks act less and less appeased.

While campaigning for the presidency in 2008, Barack Obama made a point of mentioning that he was black and that some people wouldn’t like the fact that he’s black. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 15-21, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Killjoy Was Here, 2020.

1,642 words

The nights grow long and dark and cold. I’ve often suspected that Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s are merely three sedatives we administer ourselves to collectively brace for the gaping black icy void in the months that follow when the sun never seems to shine and the plants refuse to grow. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 1-7, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Stealin’ Away, 2020.

1,546 words

Last I peeked in here, it seemed as if Trump had won the election.

Well, we all know how that turned out. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 25-31, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Biden for President, 2020.

1,748 words

Election Day forecast: partly cloudy with widespread outbreaks of political violence.

As the weirdest presidential campaign in history hobbles to a close during this odd post-American era during which America still pretends it’s a country, polls show that Americans agree more on the fact that there will be post-election violence than they can agree on the election’s winner. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 18-24, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Fair Share, 2020.

1,837 words

Another week brings us seven days closer to the mass graves they’re digging for us.

Do we dare ponder the moment the entire country realizes they severely overestimated black potential and that it’s too late to do anything about it?

Sean “Diddy” Combs is a negroidal cultural impresario with no discernible talent or insight but whose net worth is estimated at $855 million. If one assumes that Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 11–17, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Fortunate Son, 2020

1,409 words

As the sickly, suicide-grey rays of a frosty autumn Sunday mornin’ in Georgia wriggle through my imitation-wood Venetian blinds, I pause to reflect how much the Hunter Biden saga reminds me of Robert Redford’s Oscar-winning 1980 dysfunctional-family drama Ordinary People, which was based on a novel by Judith Guest, whom I’m going to assume is Jewish without even bothering to check. Read more …

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