Lessons of Identity

One of the remarkable things about identity politics is that the only group of humans not embracing identity politics are modern western white people. That’s not entirely accurate, as some elements of the white population embrace identity politics. It’s just not white identity politics. The groups that do embrace some form of identity politics, seem to look for groupings that are, to one degree or another, anti-white. That’s the reality of identity politics. It is not just a thing whites don’t do. It is something that only anti-whites do.

You see this in the election results from Alabama. Blacks hate white people and they have been trained now to see Trump as the face of white America. Blacks in Alabama correctly saw the election as a referendum on Trump and raced out to vote for the other guy. You can be sure that few of them had the slightest idea about the other guy. They just saw famous blacks supporting him, so they went out and voted their skin. The preliminary numbers show that black turnout was up compared to 2016. Blacks like identity politics.

“Bible believing Christians” were largely responsible for Moore winning the primary, but they have proven to be an easily manipulated identity group. They will vote for “their guy” but at the first hint that their guy does not tick all the right boxes, they will abandon him. In contrast, their guy can be a flaming liberal like a Jimmy Carter, or warmongering neocon like George Bush, and they will flock to the polls for him. The primary identity of “Bible believing Christians” is their desire to be embraced by the people in charge.

Homosexuals are another group that revealed themselves in this election. Matt Drudge was campaigning against Moore from the start, simply because Moore is very old school on the sodomy issue. That’s the definition of single issue politics. In that David French post I wrote about yesterday, he had a section on the gay stuff. National Review is now run by a homosexual activist, Jason Lee Steorts, who ran off Mark Steyn for repeating a fifty year old gay joke. Gays are homosexual first, everything else a very distant second.

The funny thing about identity politics in America, something the alt-right guys talk about frequently, is that whites are the only definable group that does not engage in identity politics. If every identity group in America was asked to send a representative to a flag convention, whites would be the only group not present. If someone did show up, he would have no idea what sort of flag to wave. He would probably just take one of his “I’m So Sorry” t-shirts and wave that around. No one would find this the least bit remarkable.

When it comes to politics, at least, the only definable feature of white identity is self-sabotage. That was on full display in Alabama. Moore was cast by the Left and the so-called Right as the white identity candidate. They were not explicit, but that was the message they wanted to send. White voters responded to this by staying home. The political class will spend the next year crowing about the result. They should be proud of their work. It’s no small thing to get a far Left candidate elected in Alabama.

The biggest lesson of the Alabama race is something that the Dissident Right has been discussing for years now. The American political class has evolved to thwart anything resembling identity politics among majorities. Cosmopolitan globalism cannot work unless the population is deracinated and atomized. The whole point of our politics is to prevent anything resembling a transcendent majority to counter the power of the semi-permanent political class. Social-democracy only works if everyone is at one another’s throat.

That’s a big reason why the political class has locked shields against Trump. It’s exactly why they despise Bannon. While Trump is not a white identitarian, he fully grasps the importance of demographics. Bannon is viewed by the political class as a white nationalist in a tricorn hat. As long as America is majority white, any hint of white identity is seen as a mortal threat to the system. They are not wrong about that. If whites start voting their skin, both parties collapse and we end up with a vastly different ruling class.

Finally, there is a tendency for many on the Dissident Right to think that identity politics is an inevitability. That’s the lesson of history everywhere except the white world. Rhodesia and South Africa had white ruling classes. In both cases, whites were just as enthusiastic about fighting one another as in maintaining their position. Rhodesia is no more and South Africa is well on its way toward a white genocide. Even as the bodies stack up and the black parties become more blood thirsty, whites refuse to embrace their identity.

In fact, this is the lesson of Europe. The Mongols and Muslims both found that Europeans were not very good at uniting for a common purpose. Serendipity and geography were the great enemy of these invaders. On the other hand, Europeans have been spectacularly proficient at making war on one another. It’s entirely possible that the competitive evolutionary pressures that advanced the cognitive skills of whites, compared to other racial groups, also makes them unable to cooperate with one another across ethnic lines.

An expression I’m fond of using is “You learn more from your failures than from your successes.” For the people promoting identitarian politics, last night was a reminder that the people in charge are really good at pitting one group against another. They are especially good at pitting oe group of whites against another, so they will fink on their own guys and harm their own interests. Most of the whites who stayed home, rather than vote for Moore, will be out blaming the whites who voted for Moore in the primary.

It’s also a reminder that Trump is not very good at being President. He is not just an imperfect vessel for populist politics. He is a cup with a hole in it. It’s not all his fault, as he is a saddled with a party that is just an extension of the Democrat Party. Last night should be a reminder that this is a long game. Trump will be impeached or voted out of office. His utility was always as a way to discredit the system and damage the Republican Party. That means it will only get uglier, but it is what must be done to break the system.

America’s problem is not demographics. It is the white people currently in charge.

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Shrugger
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What was Steyn’s joke?

Toddy+Cat
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The business with white Evangelicals is really ironic. They are always going on about “no one is without sin, we’re all sinners, no one is good, no, not one” (all perfectly true of course), but when they find that one of their own political candidates has possibly done something wrong in the past, they turn on them with an indescribable fury. They admit that everyone is a sinner, but they want their candidates to be without sin. So, of course, the Uniparty, who literally don’t care if their candidates are child molesters as long as they vote properly, find it… Read more »
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That’s a significant distinction between the civil religion of the Uniparty and the Republicans, who are mostly Christian or at least Christian-leaning in their behavior and values. It’s really hard to violate the morals and values of the Uniparty because they basically have none. As long as you don’t consort with the other side, you’re a loyal soldier in the Uniparty ranks, notwithstanding Franken’s resignation, which was clearly designed as a tactic to help the Dems start badgering Trump to do the same. The new right, on the other hand, is comprised significantly by (real) Christians – who have a… Read more »
Al from da Nort
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Toddy; IIRC, white evangelicals voted overwhelmingly for Trump. White women voted majority for Trump too. To pry them away was the whole point of that ‘grabbing’ video with the Bush fingerprints on it. Didn’t work. So yet another sex scandal *alone* halting white evangelical turnout is an insufficient explanation.* How about the GOPe’s not keeping any of their legislative promises so far_? Nobody likes to feel like they’re cynically being used. And the GOPe has a long history of cynically using white evangelicals. Then there is also GOPe ineptness in the mix. Every election important enough to bring out the… Read more »
Toddy+Cat
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I certainly don’t want to be too hard on Evangelicals, but I’ve seen the effect I was commenting on in my own family. I have no idea if Uniparty smear tactics work with all or even most Evangelicals, but it certainly works on some.

Al from da Nort
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Toddy; Yeah, I know some like that too. Everybody wants to be thought well of by their reference group: Progs. for their ‘woke-ness’ insanity, Pervs for their slickness in getting over on the ‘normies’, Evangelicals for their normie niceness, etc. Problem is, while it’s no problem for the dys-civic to be dys-civic, it’s work contrary to human nature to hold onto normie niceness, although civilization depends upon it. It requires rejecting things you’d like to do that you know are wrong: Far less fun. So, when someone who appeared to also reject the fun in favor of the good is… Read more »
Mike@Mike.Mike
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Tear it all down.

tdurden
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The outcome of the vote last night in Alabama is more or less irrelevant. The same thing would have happened if Moore “won.” The GOPe had already said they wouldn’t seat him election or no election. What was he going to do, go to the court and sue the legislative branch? They decide the courts jurisdiction and where the court can go pound sand. The cuckoo leaders would have teamed up with the Democrat wing of the deep state and passed a veto proof law making their decision immune to judicial review. I think that would have been a better… Read more »
Wolf
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The clock is ticking, and identity politics is on the march bearing down on white peope, the vast majority of whom have no idea how much their world is going to change.

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In a way, the faster things start to fall apart for whitey the better. There’s at least a chance that a critical mass of people will wake up, instead of being slowly boiled like a frog in a pot

Guest
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Great post. I have a feeling that when the voting data is parsed it will reveal that the reason behind Moore’s loss will be low turnout and/or switching party by Republican white women. This is significant because even though the allegations against Moore were nearly 40 years old and lacking any meaningful evidence the media narrative still swayed their vote away from Moore. If the Democrats and their media can sway an election in Alabama based on hazy recollections of aging cat lady spinsters, they can definitely affect election results in competitive states with similar allegations. The Democrats have found… Read more »
Matt
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Jones won’t be seated til the next session starts in January. The only way he could affect the tax vote next week is to have the fastest state certification of an election in modern history.

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And maybe that’s the best thing that can happen.

Backwoods+Engineer
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“The primary identity of “Bible believing Christians” is their desire to be embraced by the people in charge.”

If that is true– and given recent history, I can’t deny it’s true for large numbers of us– but if it is true, we should repent. That is not what Christians are supposed to be about.

Our time of being embraced by the people in charge is OVER, and we need to understand that. We are despised in this country.

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I find this to be somewhat of a straw man. Not your comment but Z’s.

I know few Christians who clamor for that. I’ve been in Christian Ed since 93.

Caricatures have some power to illuminate but in this case, it may be more at the cloud level than with the dirt people.

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I think there’s a good chance they will hound him into resigning. Now they’re going to start chipping away at the few semi-loyal lieutenants he still has around him, until he’s basically alone in the White House. The whole time they are going to be beating him about the head and shoulders with this sexual harrassment thing. He’ll have to spend a lot of his time denying it – and he’s not too good at that as we recently saw with Senator Gillibrand. Eventually he will be so weakened and isolated that they’ll be able to push him into resigning… Read more »
Tim Newman
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In hindsight, the Republicans should have seen Moore’s sandbagging by the media a mile out and prepared for it. It’s not like they didn’t try the same stunt with Trump at a crucial point in 2016. From now on, if the Republicans don’t anticipate perfectly-timed vague allegations of sexual abuse on the part of any candidate in future and plan for it accordingly, they’re too dim for office.

Al from da Nort
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Tim; Not new, NYT tried it with McCain in 2008, as well. With Bush II it was an old DWI in 2000 and the Dan Rather fiasco in 2004. Don’t remember about 1996. With Romey it was the lame ‘binders full of women’ business. So, yeah. From the advent of the Clinton Crime family*, in every national election, media figures are giddy with anticipation about what the ‘October surprise’ this year will be. Likely as not they already know and are just flashing the gang sign to their peeps. A smart party would have some informants under cover to find… Read more »
Dutch
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Don’t fall into the trap that assumes that the Establishment Republicans have any interest in supporting anyone who is on Trump’s side. The Establishment Republicans would rather flip Congress to the Democrats than endanger the Uniparty gravy train.

These days, I assume that anything the Republican Party does in support of Trump is merely to serve as appearances of support, to mollify the people in the home state.

Member

Moore was not ready for prime time. Mo Brooks could have easily won, even in the face of similar charges, and even in the face of GOP opposition.

BillH
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You nailed it. I’ve lived in AL 45 years, but grew up midwest and lived all over until ’73. Moore has always been as rough-hewn as they come, and his entourage isn’t much better. When this election was nationalized and the slickers moved in, Moore was a goner.

Tim
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They are too dim for office. A lot of that might stem from trying to appear as tribunes of working people, while really wanting to represent the managerial class. Well, plus plain stupidity.

Spud Boy
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I don’t understand any white who votes Democrat. It’s suicidal.

bad guest
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Suicide is Painless (M.A.S.H Theme)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gO7uemm6Yo

Wolf
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They don’t understand that it’s suicidal. They’re unaware of what demographic change means, or even unaware of just how much the demographics will change. Whites, especially boomers growing up in 87 percent White America, have no concept of identity politics, just like a fish surrounded by water, has no concept of water. Whites will get it eventually, but I fear it’ll be too late. It’s a race against time.

Member

Bingo! Yankeedom is on a death march and they’re carrying everyone along with them.

joey+junger
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Non-whites are as good at genocide or perhaps much better than whites at it, it’s just that most people are too innumerate to control for the massive population growth in the last few hundred years. Control for this and you’ll discover that our massive fratricidal European wars and Civil Wars were minor affairs compared to say, what the Mongols did to everyone in their path (screwing all the women and killing all the men is usually the best tactic to succeed demographically, a la Genghis Khan). Lawrence Keeley pointed this out in “War Before Civilization.” Jared Taylor talked about this… Read more »
Dutch
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Liberals and Muslims thrive on the naïveté that “people are the same all over”.

(Wow, spell check sure does dress up those fancy words!)

LFMayor
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America’s problem is people. Now, how has that been remedied before?

George Orwell
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“America’s problem is not demographics. It is the white people currently in charge.” This is the real problem. Not, as many on the Alt-Right say, the JQ. Brett Stevens at Amerika.org noted that no one outside did this to us, no conspiracy did this to us, we did this to ourselves. While the Jews have outsized influence, the rest of us had to choose to assent to their hugely left wing project. If the mothership from The Galaxy of the Jews arrived and beamed up every last one of them, a million white shitlibs would immediately take their place and… Read more »
Dave
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This gets to the root of the issue. Who let millions of Jewish people into the country to begin with ? Who ceded the sociocultural high ground to them ? The WASP’s did. They also imported and sustained a black underclass, and held the door open for millions of Southern and Eastern Europeans. What the financial and managerial elite is now doing with Mexicans, their 19th century forerunners did with the Irish, Italians, Poles and Jews. I say this as someone with Italian and Polish ancestry. The WASP’s created a giant mess, quite frankly, which grows worse with every succeeding… Read more »
Brian-guy
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@Dave For now white wimmin are safe. This has been talked about before but as the white male culture is continuously attacked the white females will bear children to darker men. It’s a matter of self preservation. The women whom resist such copulation might either be raped into submission and bred multiple times until they’re no longer fertile or outright killed….if they resemble Chelsea. Regarding jokes, I gotta relay is this one. I seen a meme last night that I’m not sure how to post but it’s a picture of Chelsea and it says- “Chelsea Clinton…. So ugly that when… Read more »
Kivlor
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Spot on observation about the realities of white identity RE: South Africa. Even when a tremendous minority facing extermination for their skin, whites in general seem phenomenally averse to embracing any sort of white identity.

Whiskey
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It’s class. Only lower class losers worryaboutbeing a minority.

Dutch
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White identity has been beaten out of them. Civil war, civil war, KKK, KKK, Hitler, Hitler. “You don’t really support all that, do you?” is the implication.

Wolf
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You can read or listen to hours of dissident right or alt right material and KKK and Hitler will never come up, but bring up these topics with normies and those are the first words out of their mouths.

Dutch
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The normies have been brainwashed well.

Ryan
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Point taken. But let’s not overlook the fact that Moore is a nut case and a godawful political candidate. Pull up any interview with him, he rambles incoherently. He’s not even a good liar. I watched the first interview he gave after the hitting on teenagers shit came out and thought “you fucking did it.”

Don’t get me wrong, it sucks that he lost. But part of the lesson here is even in Alabama a total jubumblefuck with an R by his name won’t necessarily win.

A.B. Prosper
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It ain’t over yet. There are still votes to be counted and its close enough that he can mandate a recount. Bannon probably has the money to make it happen. You never know That said Moore was a lousy candidate , Trump supporters are often pretty Liberal (not Leftist, Liberal) and Moore is well Hard Core Religious Right . with fairly low stakes. two years in a seat they probably can recapture it wasn’t worth the trouble As to race becoming important its happening, slowly but surely. I live in a racial divided area of California (roughly 1/3 each ,… Read more »
Brian-guy
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It may come to that but people look for leaders in times like that and usually those are people of intelligence. We’ll need those people of intelligence to want Liberty more than $ or materialistic goods. It’ll take as much sacrifice from folks today as it took to revolt against the British 200 plus years ago. I hope we have the courage and the fortitude to see it through. Let’s hope they don’t continue to boil us as slowly as they’re already doing. They’ll get what they want with a slow boil. Too much heat too soon and the SHTF.… Read more »
Sam J.
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Intelligence is highly overrated when it comes to getting things done. I’d rather have a half-wit Roy Moore who will doggedly stick to the right side of the issue than someone who will pontificate in a astute manner. It’s not like these issues take mighty intellectual force to understand.

Now I agree with you if we’re talking about setting up the recommendations of military spending for the next decade like Pournelle did or managing health care issues but Congressmen don’t do that. They have aides for that. They just need to vote the right way on issues that favor us first.

Anonymous White Male
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It is not that Whites aren’t identity voters. It’s that a significant percentage are not, enough so that their vote is split. Of course you have the SJW coalition, but, outside of the college and millennial posers, that is an insignificant percentage of Whites. Besides, there is nothing you can do that will wake those people. Only age and experience will change them. The problem for Whites are those that view elections as sporting contests. The dumbing down of the White man has been enhanced by the sports ball religion. When your life no longer has meaning, some men will… Read more »
Dutch
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I am confident that complacent people will double down on their complacency, no matter what happens. They are invested in their complacency, and people do not abandon what they are invested in.

Al in Georgia
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I recommend stocking up on food, guns, ammo and a method to get clean water. As has been stated here in the past, this will not end well. Getting your mind right will also help.

Bert
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OH NO GUBMINT TAKIN MAH FREEDUMS!

Goddamn I forgot what kind of people sites like this attract.

A.T. Tapman (Merica)
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Hey Bert, if you stop eating soy based products you would likely relate better to the host and posters on this site.

A.B. Prosper
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Then why are you here? Go fuck somewhere else.

LFMayor
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Please specify. Homos? Hebes? Melanists? Methodists?

You forgot the ThatsNotWhoWeAre scold at the end.

Toddy+Cat
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I love people who think that mis-spelling words refutes the point being made. Relax, you’ve got plenty of company.

Bert
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What point? Acting like some dumbass White Power survivalist? It doesn’t take much to do that.

A.B. Prosper
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I’ll replay to this. You have a slight point, Collective action and identity is why Whites have such a problem getting things done. way too much individualism and while not everyone is stuck on stupid like this, militias and the Cajun Navy and the like are on the right track until White Americans stop associating working with others outside work or the State as Communism, they won’t get anything done want to really prepare, start a bowling league or a civic group and make it work This skills and connections will come in handy even more than another case of… Read more »
Tully
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Here he is, the useless so called “moderate”, saving his ire for those whose side he is supposedly on. Are you a Boomer by any chance Bert?

Bert
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I think we should avoid defending Roy Moore. Did he ever talk about immigration? DACA? Jobs? Trade? No much. Everything with him was God this and gays that. He was a “populist” apparently because he wore a cowboy hat and had a gun at a rally and rode a horse. That’s amusing but it doesn’t cut it.

The bigger issue is that Trump is very unpopular right now and his base is depressed due to him failing to get anything they wanted done. I like him but he really has to do better.

Toddy+Cat
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If Trump wants to win in 2020, he needs to start building the damned Wall. Right now, no excuses, full stop. If he does, he wins in 2020, and keeps the House and Senate. If not, not. It really is that simple.

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There’s an awful lot that can be done with just enforcing legislation that’s currently on the books.

Bert
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I personally think the trade issues, specifically scrapping NAFTA, would exponentially help him more than the wall.

Toddy+Cat
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Utterly disagree. Polls indicate that immigration was the reason Trump won, hands down. Trade, while objectively important, was nothing compared to this. With all due respect, I have to wonder what planet people who think the Wall is not that important to Trump supporters live on, anyway?

Bert
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I didn’t say it wasn’t important. I said it wasn’t as important as trade issues, especially in places like PA.

Bert
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Also his tweeting has to stop. It’s making things much worse for him.

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If the Republican establishment and evangelical leaders had gotten behind Moore, he would have won. I heard Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a prominent public evangelical voice say on his daily news broadcast the other day that he could not vote for someone like Roy Moore if the accusations were true, and that they seemed “credible.” In other words, he gave Moore the kiss of death. Mohler’s daily “briefing” is broadcast on Christian radio stations across the country, so he surely had some impact, but more than this I think his thinking is reflective of… Read more »
Tekton
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It may be true that if evangelicals as a whole had backed Moore he would have won—but that wasn’t going to happen. Because God gives us the leaders we deserve. And when His people, as a nation, are disobedient to His Word, the prescribed consequence naturally follows… As with Israel of old, ‘strangers would rule over us and aliens oppress us’. Because Christians see fit to cast off God’s Law, and can’t even be bothered to read their Bibles, they are suckers for every wolf, like Mohler, who will easily and happily lead them astray. Christians especially, and Whites in… Read more »
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Assholes like Mohler need to be first against the wall.

Tully
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Frauds. They care so much about “muh principles” that they’re willing to let an advocate of baby killing into the Senate. Pathetic!

Paul Bonneau
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I’d like to see if the D’s can maintain their 10-to-1 spending advantage when campaigns are going on all across the country.

As to identity, certainly it can be ignored when doing so does not impact survival. But whites are just as concerned with survival as others are. When the crunch comes, many more will make the right choice. The more whites are attacked, the more they will resist.

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So my “I can’t lose” theory of the AL Senate race is going to play out. Had Moore won, add another insurgent hacking away at the eGOP. The GOP won sort of a pyrrhic victory though because the reason Moore got nominated was voter rage over the eGOP fighting Trump (so they voted against the eGOP’s candidate, that Strange guy). The message whether Moore won/lost was loud and clear, “You’ve lost your base.” I don’t see how the GOP holds onto Congress in 2018 without advancing Trump’s agenda pretty aggressively at this point. I think that’s why the slipped the… Read more »
Jimmy
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I agree Trump will be impeached; particularly after this. The scary thing about this is it can’t be placed solely at the feet of yearbookgate. It occurs to me Trump was hit, weeks before his election, with a similar scandal. Both were transparently media fabrications (I mean honestly, a moment’s critical reflection: 40 years, never heard of before, Washington fucking post, weeks before and enormous election…come the fuck on people use your eyes). But Trump won. And he won with a lot more negative press than Moore in a lot less conservative a polity than Alabama. No, it’s bigger than… Read more »
Spud Boy
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“I agree Trump will be impeached; particularly after this.”

Since only a majority vote in the House is needed to impeach, you could be right. But it takes 2/3 of the Senate to remove him from office, which isn’t going to happen.

Jimmy
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A Democrat senator in Alabama…how do you think republicans will fare in 2018? Those remaining, how confident are you they will not turn on Trump?

I confess I am not very confident in frightened GOP senators. Your faith in the Republican party outpaces mine.

Bert
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And my hairline outpaces yours too.

RDG
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Even though I disagree with many, I have enjoyed reading all the comments here except yours Bert. Try to add something to the discussion for a change.

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Especially down the back.

Bert
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You’re acting like an idiot.

Toddy+Cat
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I can’t say that I really agree with you, Bert. There’s no doubt that Trump has played a part in his own troubles, but so does every president, and Trump has faced a barrage of negativity that I have never seen directed at a president before, and I lived through Watergate and Iran-Contra, and that certainly has played a majority role in his problems. As for offering constructive criticism, I don’t see how telling Trump to stop tweeting (which arguably got him into the White House) or saying that he should prioritize trade instead of immigration (when polls indicate that… Read more »
Anonymous White Male
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Bert, go back to Ernie. He wants to cuddle.

Hugh
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A black pill posting today Mr. Zman.

What if the GOP had run Mo Brooks as you suggested not so long ago? Surely he could have won that extra one percent.

Candidate quality has always been important. We forget about it at our own risk.

Tully
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Oh boy, a game of hypotheticals!! Here’s one, what if the GOP were an actual real opposition party and supported the candidate the people wanted? Surely Roy Moore would’ve gotten that extra one percent, no?

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You can’t beat something with nothing. Trumps’ press cannot get worse than 94% negative, and that’s what it’s been for almost 2 years. Everyone that has attacked him has had the worse for it. The Democrats are in abysmal shape for national candidates. The corruption of the DOJ and FBI vs Trump will be a MAJOR turning point, AND it should all be hitting stride early 2019 I’m thinking. I mean, major arrests, trials, etc.

J+Clivas
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What does all this chatter accomplish?

Philhellenic
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good way to test your ideas, J. go ahead. throw one out. we’ll tell you if you’re right or wrong.

Maya Angelou\'s Dog
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Nothing. It just gives people a place to vent. It is all talk and complaining by old guys and young losers standing in the path of history

Alzaebo
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What then does silence accomplish?

All this chatter means a great deal to me.
That’s why we humans do it.

Mr. Frosty
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Unable to cooperate with each other across ethnic lines? Seriously? So, multi-ethnic European nations like Canada, the US and Australia are impossible? No, the problem is subconscious, assumed hyper-White Supremecy. Liberals and Cuckservatives treat brown/black people like pets. They can’t comprehend that a group of people who can barely tie their shoes are a real threat. Many of the Boer farm murders are carried out by farmhands or blacks hired by the White farmers. They helped Mr. Kunta, gave him a job, let him bring home fresh produce for his 8 kids. Yet, the entire time Mr. Kunta hated the… Read more »
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I believe the movie was The Blind Side, which is a reference to the blind side of a quarterback in football. The Far Side was cartoon strip. Also, IIRC the couple were from Alabama or Mississippi, not Texas. Otherwise your point is well taken.

Tinidril
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This also somehow ties into white people’s obsession with our ideals of equality. We really go out of our way to show blacks especially we see them as our equals, and I think it is related to the fact that white Europeans (straight white men!) literally created modernity & civilization, the world all people now live in. There is a manifest jealousy from some who in their hearts notice this fact (white feminists are some of the most bitter, along with the angry black activist types), while ironically white men don’t seem to notice and certainly don’t hold it over… Read more »
El+Eff
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Over 70 comments already and I don’t see any concerning Z’s observation: “On the other hand, Europeans have been spectacularly proficient at making war on one another. It’s entirely possible that the competitive evolutionary pressures that advanced the cognitive skills of whites, compared to other racial groups, also makes them unable to cooperate with one another across ethnic lines.” This may be more prescient than it appears, at first blush. Sun Tzu: “Know the enemy and know yourself, in a hundred battles you will never be in peril.” While I think we’ve come to know the globalist enemy (or at… Read more »
Bill+Robbins
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I am glad to see this Alabama special election over and done. It was a distraction, all tarted-up by the media, to keep people from focusing on important stuf.

Member

I seem to recall that Neanderthals were larger brained, smarter and more socially cooperative than Cro-Magnons.

The latter won out purely by being more violent.

Welcome to your future.

Observer
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Whites survived for thousands of years thinking of themselves as a group with interests. Then they stopped doing it in the mid 1960s, beginning with the young people. Dummies on sites like this act so confused about why this happened, but it’s very simple. The young people stopped defending white interests because for the first time in history, universities & the media taught them that doing so was immoral & low status. That’s it. The reason WHY did universities & the media switched from supporting white civilization to atttacking it is also simple. By the 1960s both the media and… Read more »
Philhellenic
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hard to argue with you Observer, but here’s a Q for you: What’s the end game? once that ethnic group has won out, and white ppl vanquished, won’t they then become targeted as the new “white ppl”?

Observer
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I dunno. Why does there have to be an end game? People go through their lives just trying to survive & get a little ahead right now, without considering the long term. After all, if they can triumph today, they figure that they can do the same later too. It seems logical that groups of people would do the same thing. In terms of Jews, I would add that they don’t seem to mind being a resented minority surrounded by hostile others the way that whites do now. They’ve gotten used to it, and developed ways to thrive in that… Read more »
Dave
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This is basically what I said above, and have said here before. I would push the paradigm shift in racial self interest back to WWII. That war shattered the self image that many European intellectuals had about themselves and our societies. They decided changes had to be made, that they could never let something like that happen again… and by the 60’s, elements of academia and media, in alliance with government, decided to change the way we viewed ourselves and how we interacted with other races/ethnicities. The middle and working classes did not just role over and swallow this all… Read more »
Dutch
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Observer and Dave, great observations. I would argue that the Vietnam War, in the ‘60s, soured the American white youth and intellectuals, as it was viewed as a white affront on a non-white culture. The whites turned on themselves, as much as other races turned on them. The intellectual community lost it as early as World War I, as they destroyed art and began to rip down the language and written word. They began to embrace totalitarians of all stripes in a big way, a full century ago.

Brooklyn
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““Bible believing Christians” were largely responsible for Moore winning the primary, but they have proven to be an easily manipulated identity group.” I think a lesson of the Alabama election is that its a mistake to think that the old media is washed up regardless of what the raw numbers might tell us. Social Media and the Internet have their impact for the hard core but its mostly a sideshow when compared to television. Trump made social media work for him but mostly as a tool to fight and bate the media who run around on TV crying about his… Read more »
Jak Black
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Agree about the old media. The pounding on Moore was incessant.

PropagandistHacker
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You wrote: “social democracy only works if everyone is at everyone else’s throat.”
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Agree, except that we do not live under social democracy. Try Iceland.
Instead you should have said that “neoliberalism only works if everyone is at everyone else’s throat.”
And we live in a neoliberal pseudo-democracy.

Joseph
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Here is how Wikipedia describes Social Democracy: Social democracy is a political, social and economic ideology that supports economic and social interventions to promote social justice within the framework of a capitalist economy, as well as a policy regime involving a commitment to representative and participatory democracy, measures for income redistribution and regulation of the economy in the general interest and welfare state provisions. Does America support economic and social interventions to promote social justice? YES! Bussng. Affirmative action. Earned Income Tax Credit. Is it within the framework of a capitalist economy? YES! We have private ownership of most things,… Read more »
Joseph
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You write: “He is a cup with a whole in it.” Which is pretty funny! But probably not what you meant. Unless you were trying to say the whole hole.
Hole: Violet
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH_rfGBwamc

sirlancelot
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Another factor in the fall of White America is people not being honest with their children. They tell their kids “we’re all equal “, but really don’t believe that crap . They just say it because they think that’s what they’re supposed to do.

Then they try to hide their shock when little Susie brings home Tyrone. Even then they don’t have the guts to tell their kids they going down the wrong path.

I like the “It’s okay to be white ” campaign / movement. If everyone else gets to celebrate diversity and multiculturalism then why not whites ?