The Hater’s Ball

As this goes up, I am winging my way to a secret location in the Smokey Mountains to attend The Hater’s Ball. This is my second trip to American Renaissance and I’m excited to be attending. I look forward to meeting my fellow haters. I had a such good time last year, I’m thinking this year could be a bit of a letdown. Even so, getting together with others in the struggle is a great way to spend a spring weekend. I’m looking forward to it.

I’m taking the opportunity to get in some down time next week, so posting may be a bit light and there will be no podcast next week. I’ll probably do a post or two over the weekend on the conference, if time permits. We’ll see. In order to avoid getting burned out, I’m going to sprinkle in a light week every month and next week will be the first foray into the world of sloth. Perhaps that will be enough to keep the dark thoughts at bay.

This week I have the usual variety of items in the now standard format. Spreaker has the full show. I am up on Google Play now, so the Android commies can take me along when out disrespecting the country. I am on iTunes, which means the Apple Nazis can listen to me on their Hitler phones. Of course, the Hitler Phones are so slow now, you may never finish. YouTube also has the full podcast. Of course, there is a download link below.

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25 thoughts on “The Hater’s Ball

  1. “Taxing remittances to fund the wall around Canada”.
    A slip of the toungue, but still accurate. Canada’s white population is ~60% and falling fast.
    Canada might have to build a wall to keep people from leaving.

  2. Re Easter Island in your vacation segment – while the island is pretty barren, it also has those great big stone heads, the moai, from a long time ago that are all over, created by the original Polynesian settlers. Thor Heyerdahl had some interesting ideas – read his book “Kon-Tiki” (I don’t endorse his theories but it’s a great adventure story).

    • One of those stone heads is on display in Valparaíso, Chile.

      No need to fly out to Easter Island if you want to do a selfie with one of those stone heads.

  3. Reasonableness may be necessary but it is manifestly not sufficient.

    Most older people are too comfortable and scared to every support a racial or radical movement. The best we can hope for from reasonableness is to: 1) give older and comfortable people permission to vote for immigration restriction if they are certain they won’t be found out and 2) persuade a few millionaires to bankroll some of our projects.

    There are far more prospective converts who are young and their attention is not captured by reasonableness, although it may help bolster their beliefs after their conversion. Don’t let respectability get in the way of capturing the attention of the young. This is not an argument for street brawling or against cogent arguments, it is an argument for doing whatever it takes to convert the young. Anglin and Enoch are a good examples.

    Fortunately, we can run with both approaches simultaneously as long as they can avoid fighting with each other.

  4. “Reasonableness” is one of the best pieces you’ve written or spoken since I’ve been following you. “We must not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late.” What’s happening in South Africa may not be exactly what happens here, but it sure will rhyme. Creating allies, persuading people, producing a solid center of based people who can influence the direction of the country, rather than just cavorting on the sidelines, is what really matters. Tim

  5. The cry closet generation is very real. Like Pavlov’s dogs, they are conditioned . From earliest childhood they are immersed in a combination of shame and guilt about all things non- PC. Like an abused dog , they have a visceral emotional response to anything non PC that completely bypasses the thought processes. Emotional pain is as real as physical pain, and they have been subjected to emotional torture by the educational system , the media , and social media.
    They rightly fear that the wrong word on falsebook and their friends and family will reject them , they will be publicly humiliated, and they may even be beaten.
    I don’t know if deprogramming them is even possible. It certainly won’t be easy.

  6. I spent about 6 months in Sri Lanka for a semester abroad, When I got there, everyone looked the same. By the time I left, I could instantly distinguish the Sinhalese, Tamil, and Muslims with a glance.

    Like the upper-caste northern Indians, the Sinhalese consider themselves Aryan people who migrated down from northwest Asia (which has been proven out). So it wasn’t unusual to see the backwards swastikas above store fronts.

  7. Interesting that Spencer is now fundraising for a legal defense against the C’Ville lawyers & their concocted conspiracy lawfare nonsense. This sort of thing is really vindicating the message of your ‘Letter to the Alt Right’ post.

  8. Happy hatin’, Z!

    My link to the Snowflake story is all redacted. Hmpfffff.

    Snowflakism, daddy issues, SJWism – all of it is a means of rebellion, power and control. The bad guys discovered that if they throw childish tantrums – we automatically back up, go quiet, and wonder how to settle them down to reason with them. And you’re also right in that the response to this should be contemptuous laughter and a raised middle finger. As you note, as I learned with my own proggie family… it never stops. No concessions will work, no compromise is possible, they may not realize it themselves – but they want you to shut up, do as you’re told, or to sod off. That last one is the best option.

    Let us know how the trip goes!

  9. I haven’t finished the podcast but so far I’ve gotten this. We should replace the word justice with vengeance and dialogue with nagging and that helps explain the left. That works

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