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Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 21, 2023, 06:54:38 pm »

In 2023, wokeness is True Leftism:

Black DEI director: I was called white supremacist for questioning woke policies
she’s out of a job after colleagues retaliated against her for questioning certain diversity, equity, and inclusion policies at the Cupertino, California, school.

But her vision of diversity and inclusion, it seems, was the wrong one.

“I’m trying to create safe spaces for everyone,” Lee said.

Including for oppressors?

after Jewish students and faculty members alike told her they’d experienced anti-Semitism on campus, Lee asked for help organizing a summit to address the issue.

Instead, she said, coworkers told her the event wasn’t important and that Jewish people are white oppressors.

The coworkers are correct!!/

True Leftism has been mainstreamed!


Regardless, as of June 15th, she’ll be out of a job.

“I had to be eliminated by any means necessary,” Lee said.

For a diversity, equity, and inclusion professional who truly believes in the importance of her craft, the experience has been disillusioning: “Bringing people together to explore and talk about different ideologies was deemed unacceptable and not welcome.”

Her mission, Lee said, is “surfacing different perspectives that we have …  because once we’re clear and understand each other, then we can identify points of commonality. The whole point is multiple perspectives.

No, the whole point is extermination of oppressors. Besides, any Jew who uses the term "anti-Semitism" instead of "anti-Jewishness" is already trying to mislead us:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 04, 2023, 03:30:16 am »

Our enemies talk about this like it's a bad thing:

America may soon face one of two kinds of left-wing authoritarianism. One is the soft despotism of liberal technocracy. This authoritarianism wouldn’t overthrow the present structures of our society or upend the economy. In fact, it would have the support of the regime’s major institutions. It would seriously curb civil liberties, such as free speech and gun rights, and feel much less democratic. More people would be arrested over memes, but much would remain the same. Political life in America would look more like contemporary Western Europe.

This is False Leftism. We oppose this also.

The other is a radical populism in the mold of Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan socialist who turned his resource-rich South American nation into a hellhole. This authoritarianism would threaten America’s institutions and overthrow the economic order. It would not be supported by the powers that be and would crush civil liberties to enact massive wealth redistribution programs.

Unlike liberal technocracy, where the guiding principle is that “experts” should be in charge, this radical populism would be motivated largely by race resentment. The desire for revenge against “white supremacy” would inspire a movement to destroy the old America.

Today, an American Chavist movement looks more likely than Red Caesarism. Americans are primed to support its message thanks to popular media and real-world conditions. Plus, Chavism has a natural economic base that consists of gig workers, people stuck in the service sectors, low-skilled immigrants (both legal and illegal), the “lumpenbourgeoisie” (failsons who can’t achieve the lifestyle of their parents), and others who feel left out of American abundance. These growing demographics are turning to left-wing champions as seen in “the squad,” whose constituency will only grow with time.

This is the multiracial working class. Chavism would unite them in a coalition of have-nots. It is one charismatic leader away from becoming a dominant political force.

American Chavism may have similar policies to Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign platform, but it would have a very different style. It would be aggressive and hostile to the Democratic Party establishment, where Sanders was civil and easily capitulated. Sanders also refused to lean into minority identity politics. His 2020 campaign lukewarmly attempted to incorporate that tendency into his agenda, but it wasn’t his chief focus. By contrast, minority identity politics would be as central to Chavism as wealth redistribution. The economic policies would be both socialist and anti-white.

This radical ideology would tamp down some of the excesses of wokeness. It would be pro-trans, feminist, and accept all the latest fads, but it would treat these as side issues. American Chavists would not let these issues distract from their core message of wealth redistribution. Excessive wokeness hinders successful far-left movements. You can’t get anything done if you’re obsessed with gender pronouns, and you can’t attract a mass following if you look like a freak show. Chavists would stick to what’s popular: anti-white socialism.
focusing on black America, reparations somewhat awkwardly exclude other nonwhites from white wealth. American Chavism would rectify that. Here, the rest of the BIPOC coalition would get their respective “reparations” for whatever injustice they claim. Hispanics deserve reparations for immigration enforcement, Indians for European settlement, Asians for colonialism, etc. Left-wing populism would simply expand this concept to make it more “inclusive,” yet equally anti-white.
Venezuelan Chavism was originally anti-white. Chavez vowed to end the dominance of Venezuela’s white castizo elite and distributed their wealth to the nation’s indios, blacks, and mestizos. Chavez and his successor Nicolas Maduro made good on that promise, turning Venezuela into a tyrannical dump. Former Bolivian President Evo Morales followed this example, promising to empower the nation’s downtrodden indios at white expense. Moderate forms of this racial socialism can also be found in Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, and Peru. Left-wing populists throughout Latin America know that racial resentment is a potent political weapon.

An American version of this movement won’t be exclusively nonwhite. It will have plenty of white “allies.” Some will join due to their own nihilistic hatred for whites, parents, or surroundings. Others will join for the promises of more welfare and entitlements. Left-wing whites are not scared off by anti-white hatred; they often agree with it and amplify it.

Our most important task is to ensure Jews are counted as "white" in American Chavism.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: January 16, 2023, 09:08:24 pm »

An American standing up for other Americans against the Western occupiers:

A TikToker has done the Lord’s work, exposing a cop for prejudice and reading him for absolute filth. In a video of a traffic stop, Charlotte Carter called out a Chesterfield, Va. officer for ticketing mostly Black people while on duty, a trend reported across all of the state’s police departments, per the Daily Mail.

Carter, 36, recorded herself during a traffic stop informing an officer she’s hip to how often he pulls over Black people. Specifically, she claims out of all the drivers he’d stopped in the last few months, the majority of them were Black.
“-only 20 percent of the population of Chesterfield [County] is Black. I don’t know how you managed to ticket 80 percent minorities,” she said, addressing the cop as Mr. Scott. Reports have not clarified the officer’s full name.

Carter claimed from the data she compiled that 250 county residents had gone to court to fight tickets within six months. She chuckled to herself telling the officer these numbers while filling out the ticket he handed her. She must have known the moment was coming ever since she began gunning for the county cops on TikTok.
    Carter, who is Iranian American, claimed police in Virginia first turned their attention to her in the spring of 2022 after she started questioning an alleged child abuse case that involved her son’s biracial friend. She said she noticed the child was bruised and severely underweight so, as a nurse, she was obligated to report the situation. But she believes the local police were slow to act and didn’t take the child’s welfare seriously because his father was Black, so she kept following up on the case.

    While police eventually arrested someone in the matter, Carter said she felt they didn’t take it seriously until she posted a TikTok about the alleged abuse in March. The video has received nearly 5 million views.

    After that, Carter said the Chesterfield police suddenly began popping up everywhere in her life.

    “I ended up trying to file for emergency custody, but the police began falsely arresting me,” she said.

    In April, police arrested her for trespassing on her own property.

Carter told The Daily Beast the dirt she found on the Chesterfield police and ticketing sprees was found right on the district court website. Given only 25 percent of the county population is Black, the fact they make up most of the drivers pulled over is quite alarming.

Though, for the cops to pull over the person making the most noise about their ticketing habits - that’s just an unbelievable coincidence.

Jews are counted among the Western occupiers, of course:

Carter must have struck a nerve considering Police Chief Jeffrey Katz previously called her “attention-seeking” and accused her of trying to discredit the work of his department “sitting behind a keyboard.”


Well, certainly that keyboard has had an impact on the millions of people who follow it. Acknowledging Carter and her work in general proves she’s lit a fire under their behind.

Keep it up, Charlotte!
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 23, 2022, 05:57:42 pm »

More than 70 Asian American groups urge Biden to create Black reparations commission
“Just as the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) studied the impacts of forced incarceration of Japanese Americans in US concentration camps, we call upon you to courageously establish a commission that will bring forward the stories needed to fully understand our nation’s failure to address the devastating and continuing impacts of enslavement as the foundation for ongoing disparities faced by Black Americans, especially in the areas of health, education, employment, housing, and environmental outcomes,” the NNRC wrote to Biden.
“The travesty of slavery and its aftermath must be addressed if we are to truly become the great nation that we profess to be,” JACL National President Larry Oda said in a statement. “The 400 years of racism and denied opportunity have taken their toll on the community. The establishment of a Presidential Commission to study the legacy of enslavement would educate and inform the public and Congress of the harm that is perpetuated on the community.”

“Time is of the essence, there is an urgency of instituting such a study before another year passes. This legislation was first introduced over 30 years ago and its time has come,” Oda said.

I always like to see different "non-white" categories speaking up on behalf of one another. On the other hand, I still maintain that reparations are the wrong demand and one which degrades the victims by portraying colonial-era racism as something which can be compensated by mere money. The correct demand should be for state control over reproduction aimed at eliminating colonialist bloodlines.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: December 20, 2022, 08:35:08 pm »****-of-jogger/ar-AA15ubIz

Supporters arrived in the morning chill, some singing hymns, to dedicate a park entry to the men once known as the Central Park Five but now remembered as the Exonerated Five.

The entryway, located on the northern perimeter of the park between Fifth Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard, will be known as the “Gate of the Exonerated." It commemorates the miscarriage of justice that not only befell the five men, organizers say, but unknown others who might have been wrongly imprisoned.

“This is a moment. This is legacy time,” said one of the men, Yusef Salaam.

“We are here because we persevere,” he said to a cheering crowd.

Monday was the first time Raymond Santana, another of the men, now in his 40s, has returned to Central Park since that fateful day 33 years ago.

Santana was 14 and Salaam was 16 when they and three others — Kevin Richardson, then 14; Korey Wise, 16; and Antron McCray, 15 — were wrongly tried for the **** of a 28-year-old woman whose brutal attack left her with permanent injuries and no memory of the assault. The high-profile incident prompted police to round up Black and Latino men and boys in connection with the attack.
The convictions of the Central Park Five were thrown out in 2002 after the youths, by then young men, had served six to 13 years in prison.

“It needs to be known what we went through. We went to hell and back,” said Richardson. “We have these scars that nobody sees.”

Santana, Salaam and Richardson — Wise and McCray could not attend Monday's ceremony — spoke about how the criminal justice system is stacked against people of color.

The gate, they said, would stand as reminder of the injustice of the past but also of those still being committed today.

“This is an important time right here. The Gate of the Exonerated, this is for everybody,” Richardson said. “Everybody that’s been wronged by cops.”

And by extension, everyone who has been wronged by Western civilization. Which excludes certain people.

See also:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: November 05, 2022, 06:23:43 pm »

Do not fall for attempts to divide us!

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: October 08, 2022, 09:00:52 pm »


the future of the West may depend on whether Hispanic immigrants see themselves as the heirs of the conquistadors or those they conquered.

We are here to ensure the latter.

Our enemies are of course attempting the opposite, as they now declare explicitly:

We want Hispanics to identify with the conquistadors, not the conquered

They will be trying every trick to break us apart:

Whiteness is the baseline of American life. If Hispanics — or Asians — accept that and don’t “reckon with class divides and inequality,” there can be no Left that is built on victim morality, aside from blacks — who would be increasingly isolated and despised.
The 1619 Project and historical orthodoxy rewrote American history. Instead of whites building a great nation, racist whites exploited Indians and blacks for centuries. Hispanics don’t fit into this story, which leads to confused claims like the one from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that Hispanics are really American Indians, and thus shouldn’t be subject to immigration laws.
The confusion about who is Hispanic or whether they were “oppressed” makes it harder for Hispanics to be included in the Coalition of the Oppressed that progressives have built against whites.

The correct way to include Hispanics:


And don't forget, if only Spain had remained Andalus, none of the stuff on the map would ever have happened. And if the Spanish/Portugese Empires had not started things off, the other colonial empires might not have followed either. Looking at it this way, Andalus was in effect the portal guardian singlehandedly protecting the whole planet from the horrors of the colonial era.

All of us ended up colonized because Andalus lost. So (contrary to what AOC was saying), it is not about Amerindian ancestry. Even a Hispanic with no Amerindian ancestry can still be a leftist so long as they side with Andalus back in the Granada War. Our shared hatred towards Ferdinand and Isabella is what unifies the Coalition of the Oppressed:

The surrender of Granada was seen as a great blow to Islam and a triumph of Christianity. Other Christian states offered their sincere congratulations to Ferdinand and Isabella, while Islamic writers reacted with despair. In Castile and Aragon, celebrations and bullfights were held.


During the Arab rule of Iberia, the ruling class tried to ban bullfighting, considering it a pagan celebration and heresy.[72]

(It goes without saying that there is nothing "Christian" about bullfighting. Jesus would have condemned it for sure. That Ferdinand and Isabella would associate bullfighting with "Christianity" is a reason to hate them even more.)
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: October 01, 2022, 06:13:05 pm »

And again our enemies remind us that they are not Americans:

My high school was almost half American Indian. Since no teachers wanted to live on the reservation, Indians from hours away bussed to what would’ve otherwise been a substantially white public high school. It was impossible not to notice the differences in character, culture, and ability between us and them. However, I believed the only alternative to liberalism and diversity was literal Nazism. All the same, it didn’t sit well with me that regardless of how these Indians behaved, and how poor their English was, they were considered more American than me.

English was not spoken in America prior to Western colonization. You might be more English than your classmates, not more American. As for "Nazism", Hitler also promised to give back to the American Indians the lands stolen from them by "whites" if he won WWII:


The mainstream mantra boils down to this, “Certain ethnic groups have not succeeded because of past traumatic historical events that now inhibit their ability to succeed.” My first dissenting thought was, “How come Jews do much better ( in terms of assimilation, economic prosperity, etc.) in Germany than blacks do in the United States? Jews were much more oppressed in Germany than blacks in America. Is the mainstream thesis only applicable to non-whites? And if so, why?

But at least our enemies academically agree with us that Jews are "whites".

After graduation, I took a gap year in Spain. Even though I couldn’t speak much Spanish, I fell in love with the nation’s culture and its people. In some ways, I felt more at home there than I did back in my diverse high school.

Further confirmation that our enemies are not American.

Then I visited Spain’s capital, Madrid. I did not feel at home there. It was diverse, alien, and so unlike the white corner of Spain I’d been living in.

Our enemies are not Andalusian either.....

That was the final push I needed to become a race realist and white advocate. European culture and European nations are superior, and that’s not some accident or coincidence.

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: September 12, 2022, 09:04:45 pm »

Continuing from:

where we noted:

The American Civil War was a war against Confederates who felt closer to the Western colonialists:

    The basis for much of Southern culture derives from these states being among the original Thirteen Colonies, and from much of the population of the colonial South having ancestral links to colonists who emigrated west. Southern manners and customs reflect the relationship with England that was held by the early population.

    Folklorists in the 1920s and later argued that because of the region's isolation, Appalachian language patterns more closely mirrored Elizabethan English than other accents in the United States.[38]
    There are several other unique linguistic enclaves in the American South. Among them is that of Tangier Island, Virginia, as well as the Outer Banks North Carolina, which some scholars claim preserves a unique English dialect from the colonial period.

our enemies have just posted an article where they explicitly confirm this, and hence that they are not American:

We recently saw the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, who may not have shared our beliefs entirely (we don’t know for sure) but who I thought spent her entire life maintaining the proper decorum and class of British tradition and conducted herself like a lady the whole time. Her tragic but expected passing has caused me to spend a few moments thinking of these special islands in the North Atlantic where my ancestors came from. I also shed a few tears thinking about them. I don’t think I love any other ethnic group more than the British when recognizing them historically and not just in the modern sense. I love them even more than I do being a Southerner.
It causes me to ponder and shed some tears thinking about how no other group in the world is currently more underappreciated than British men are on the global scale.
If you ask them if they will watch the Queen’s funeral, they will say “we got rid of our King centuries ago.” Or “who cares?”  As a Southerner I have never related to this ignorance and have actually had a great fondness for the British since I was a girl and have felt a closer connection to them than I do to most Americans.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: August 30, 2022, 06:28:45 pm »

As we suspected:


District Attorney Brooke Jenkins speaks at a forum on attacks against older Asian Americans.

A first-of-its-kind study this month examines how disinformation is being used, often online, to sow discord between the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and other ethnic or racial groups.

Led by a coalition of AAPI organizations and academic researchers operating as the Asian American Disinformation Table, the study includes five case studies covering an array of topics affecting a diverse set of ethnic communities. One of those case studies concerns an issue a lot of us in the Bay Area are struggling to discuss with sensitivity and poise.

It concerns violence against people of Asian descent and how cynical social media actors have shaped a legitimate concern into a destructive narrative pitting Asian and Black communities against each other. Or have tried to, anyway.

Several of the social media accounts the report describes as “bad actors” operate under anonymity and claim to be based in San Francisco.

They are featured in a section of the study that focuses on how a loose network of anonymously run social media accounts, vloggers and alternative news sites are disseminating “powerful shock effect imagery” in the form of CCTV footage, graphic “photographs of bloodied Asian bodies” and recontextualized news stories (including old stories presented as new) to fearmonger the Asian American community and drive a wedge between it and other communities of color, primarily the Black community.

“Don’t fall for it,” said Jonathan Ong, an associate professor of global digital media in the department of communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst who worked on the study.

Ong said he and his two assistant researchers first noticed how several accounts frequently posted about Black-on-Asian crime during last year’s recall of former District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Ong said the goal of these accounts is to perpetuate a misleading narrative: that Black violence is the foundation of anti-Asian hate in San Francisco.

Here’s one example the report cites: a July 22 post on the anonymously run SF Streets 415 Instagram account, which has 27,000 followers. The post includes gruesome close-up photos of a scalp wound; text purporting to be from someone describing an anti-Asian attack that happened in San Francisco’s Fillmore neighborhood; and a lengthy caption from SF Streets 415 that reads:

“Black juveniles are targeting and violently attacking Asians especially Asian women these days. It’s happening all over the city and the Bay Area and the targets are members of the Asian community. SFSTREETS415 and our twitter page Asian Crime Report are the only ones reporting daily about these anti Asian hate crimes. The media outlets, local and national, refuse to and have zero desire to.”

That line about the media not paying attention is an old tactic, one that the Asian American Disinformation Table’s report says advances “conspiratorial narratives that insinuate there is a ‘woke’ liberal conspiracy where Democrat politicians, leftist journalists, and platforms themselves have suppressed the real truth about the roots of Asian hate.”

If you’re wondering why they would do that, consider that San Francisco data from the FBI show white people are largely behind local hate crimes, and a national report by Janelle Wong, a professor of American and Asian American studies at the University of Maryland, College Park, shows white people are largely behind the reported hate crimes throughout the U.S.

This data underlies a cynical ploy by these social media influencers to move Asian Americans to the political right — by repackaging genuine concerns about the far-right hate against them
— and thus diluting the AAPI community’s political power and agency, according to the Asian American Disinformation Table’s report.

By the way, next time our enemies try this talking point:

please post pictures of Jenkins to shut them up.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: August 14, 2022, 05:36:00 pm »

The following enemy article highlights how instinctually our enemies will try to divide us using the vocabulary set up earlier by Western civilization:

They complained that blacks in the Navy used to get all the crappy jobs. Even though that had since changed, they continued trashing the whites in the class. We broke up into subgroups and had to talk about how we were supposed to “feel.” Then, each one of us had to give a little presentation to the whole class about racism. When it was my turn, I said, “I grew up in a minority neighborhood as my family was poor. Since I never caused any of these problems I feel no guilt.”

The instructors were furious and started chastising me. There were about 15 Filipinos in the class, so I addressed them, “You people do all these crappy jobs the blacks used to do, so why don’t you have any representation up here?” They went ballistic and  started yelling at the “teachers” on stage: “Why aren’t we [Filipinos] being represented? We are doing the crappy jobs!”

When things finally calmed down, the instructors yelled at me and kicked me out of their class for my supposed “racism.” Then they issued me an Article 15 of insubordination. I laughed all the way back to my ship. The Article 15 was later dropped.

The problem was never "blacks" doing the crappy jobs, because there are no such things as "blacks" (except in Western racial theory). The problem was always non-"whites" (ie. the outgroup) doing the crappy jobs. But by initially accepting the Western premise that it was "blacks" doing the crappy jobs, an opportunity was set up for the racist author to herd one part of the outgroup against another part of the outgroup, thereby effortlessly sabotaging the entire discussion using just one sentence, of course to the ultimate benefit of the ingroup (as usual).


The only way to win:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: July 07, 2022, 08:41:38 pm »

Our enemies think we are winning:

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a Leftist wave with racial overtones in Latin America. Steve Sailer highlighted the same thing happening in 2005. The difference now is that this is occurring at a time when the United States itself is questioning its own legitimacy.

It’s one thing when Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous President,  says European settlement of the Americas was a bad thing, but quite another when Americans themselves are saying this.

What’s clear is that the European veneer of civilization imposed on Latin America is being washed away by the flood of changing demographics and anti-white racial nationalism.

Finally our enemies are using the term "nationalism" correctly (ie. to describe our side instead of theirs)! Authentic nationalism is always anti-"white"! Our enemies were never nationalists, but rather identitarians:

We are the nationalists!

“The new Latin American indigenist movement rejects all things Western in the name of preserving the native essences and identities allegedly destroyed by colonization in the first instance and subsequently by the Creole Republics,” wrote Emilio Lamo de Espinosa in “Is Latin America part of the West?” back on December 4 2017 [Real Instituto].

Now, the question is whether America is part of the West.

It is not. This can be seen from aesthetics alone:


If America is to survive in any meaningful or recognizable form, it must be defined and defended explicitly as an outgrowth of European civilization in the New World.

The exact opposite is true. America must be defined as a product of the (anti-Western) Counterculture in the New World:

the future of the West may depend on whether Hispanic immigrants see themselves as the heirs of the conquistadors or those they conquered.

We are here to ensure the latter.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: July 01, 2022, 07:53:39 pm »

The Western occupiers are trying to divide Americans:

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and the state’s GOP-controlled General Assembly will take $10 million in college money away from illegal aliens and give it to blacks who attend historically black colleges and universities. The money was intended for illegals with DACA status; i.e., Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which President Obama set up for illegal-alien kids [Virginia budget to move funding from DACA students to state’s HBCUs, by Danielle Douglas-Gabriel, June 21, 2022].

Firstly, Youngkin also looks like what we would expect:

Youngkin has been previously covered:

Anyway, we must expose their ploy:

Virginia Democrats and civil rights groups heavily criticized the move, stating that Gov. Glenn Youngkin is using the funding to pit two marginalized communities against each other.

“Shame on the governor for weaponizing state financial aid as a cheap political ploy to divide communities of color,” said Sookyung Oh told the Post’s Douglas-Gabriel “If education was important to this governor, as he claimed throughout his campaign, he could have easily allocated funding to ensure every young Virginian who wants to pursue higher education in the Commonwealth has the resources to do so.”
Sookung Oh is headmistress of the Hamkae Center, which “organizes Asian Americans to achieve social, economic, and racial justice in Virginia.” The group is especially fixated on illegals and DACA.

Why Douglas-Gabriel sought the opinion of an Asian outfit, given that 99 percent of the illegals are Hispanic, we are not given to know.

Because it is not about ethnic background (something which our enemies are incapable of ever understanding). It is about Americans uniting against Western occupiers!

“I understand and agree that we need to do something for HBCUs. This is not the way to do it. This is messy,” Del. Lamont Bagby (D-Henrico), head of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus, told the House before a vote on the amendment Friday. “We have more than enough resources to help.”

Exactly. I would recommend HCBUs accept the money and then themselves give the full amount to DACA students as a gesture of solidarity. DACA students can then decide whether or not to share it with HCBUs. This is folkism, and only folkism can defeat tribalism:
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: June 20, 2022, 10:11:53 pm »

Posted by: guest78
« on: June 19, 2022, 08:27:34 pm »

I've never had a tamale steamed in a banana leaf before. Sounds interesting, wonder if changes the taste significantly?