January Grab Bag

The week after the New Year week is always a weird one. In the dreaded private sector, people are busy catching up on what they did not get done over the holidays. Closing the books for the year and getting ready for the coming year keeps people busy. For the political class, it is a time for extra partying, as newly minted pols arrive and the old politicians return to the Imperial Capital. The media is busy being instructed on how to lie to the public in the coming year. The result is a slow week or two in January.

I thought about doing an immigration show or maybe a shutdown show, given that Trump had his big speech on Tuesday. The speech was a bit of a flop, as far as I could tell. I looked at some twitter feeds of immigration patriots and they were not impressed. On the other hand, everyone was horrified by the image if Chuck and Nancy. They looked like weird lizard people from another planet. The more the public sees those two, the better it is for Trump in this fight. He should get them on TV daily.

Anyway, I went in another direction, looking for stuff that was not terribly political, at least related to current events. I do start with a segment on Tucker’s great monologue from the start of the year, which made so-called conservatives very sad this week. I think in the fullness of time, we will see this as a turning point of sorts. It’s a time for choosing among the so-called conservatives and libertarians. They can either join team anti-white or join team white. The days of ignoring this reality of dwindling.

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. The anarchists can catch me on iHeart Radio. YouTube also has the full podcast. Of course, there is a download link below. I have been de-platformed by Spotify, because they feared I was poisoning the minds of their Millennial customers.

This Week’s Show

Contents

  • 00:00: Opening
  • 02:00: Tucker’s Speech (Link)
  • 12:00: Head Shots (Link)
  • 22:00: Universal Deceit (Link) (Link)
  • 32:00: The Blood Feud (Link)
  • 42:00: The Two Laws (Link)
  • 47:00: White City (Link) (Link)
  • 52:00: Let Nature Fix Africa (Link) (Link) (Link)
  • 57:00: Closing (Link)

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Teapartydoc
Member
1 year ago

Haven’t listened yet, but in thinking about whether the cucks will join the team, it all depends on whether they will be able to face the storm of name calling that will come. The only way to break that power is to not allow it to determine and control what you do or say, to lose the fear of it. The loss of that fear can be the most empowering thing one has ever experienced. For the white politician who is currently cucking hard, but knows all his wins come exclusively from the votes of white people, he needs to… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

I get your point but I think it’s also true that any other term we choose, for example “Dissident Right,” can be made synonymous with “Nazi” by the media/academia in a matter of months. There is no more straightforward term for white advocacy than “White Nationalism.”

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

Clarity is usually both moral and expedient, but you’re right about it here.

However much people do the We High IQ bit, if it’s not tempered by discretion it can often be worse than simple brute strength and ignorance.

wxtwxtr
wxtwxtr
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

It’s rather disturbing when we who have been Right From The Beginning start attributing the word “moral” to any description of anything by the amoral antimoral Left.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Teapartydoc
1 year ago

Many commenters at Instapundit are dead set on the Tricorn hat view of “I just want them to come here legally!” I really think it’s going to have to be a generational change. The boomercons have far too much invested in the color-blind society and simply cannot comprehend why these aliens keep voting for people that look like them ‘against their own economic interests’ as the left is fond of saying. The idiocy of Homo Economicus on the right has to be beaten with a shovel forever. Bommercons are also heavily insulated from the impact of their beliefs, much like… Read more »

Member
Reply to  BadThinker
1 year ago

Yes and no. The “I want them to come here legally” is predicated on the fact that our legal immigration really isn’t all that high. A million a year in a country of 330,000,000 is pretty small. I think it can and should be smaller, but it’s a great start because legal immigration says we are a Sovereign Nation. I think that’s all the Tricorn hats are saying. Once you win the war on illegals, you can start to trim the legal immigration too…as we did from the 20’s through the 50’s…limiting it to Europeans. Right now the battle is… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

Z: “After all, if Congress passed a law saying anyone who can get here is a citizen, then the billion or so who arrive would be here legally.”

Every civic nationalist who proudly announces, “I only want them to come legally” needs to be asked, “So if there was a law legalizing open borders or a mass amnesty then you would welcome all the new citizens?” After all, all that matters is legality.

I detest the foolishness and cowardice of civic nationalists.

Member
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

Depends on the definition of “them”. I have no problem with Brits or Irish or Swedes. The Tricorns aren’t out there saying “hey let’s turn Gary, IN into Mogadishu”.

UpYours
UpYours
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

Sure, let us take in more leftist cucked losers from Swedenstan. I am sure they will turn into foaming alt-right dragon-men the minute they land here. /sarc. As far as the Micksters, can you name one Irish dominated city/state in the U.S. that is not a corrupt rat-ruled hellhole.

Ethnic nationalists are just as blind as the civnats re: immigration.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  UpYours
1 year ago

I’m curious what you affirm UpYours. You reject both civic and ethnic nationalism. What else is there? Do you affirm anything or are you just a contrarian?

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

The Irish are one of the reasons that the New England state governments are a corrupt wasteland.

This article acts like the Irish “changing america” was a good thing!

https://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/niallodowd/boss-tweed-tammany-hall-irish-america

bilejones
Member
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

But what do you do when 50% of the “Swedes” are muslim?

UpYours
UpYours
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

The problems with the “Europeans” term is that the definition of “European” has changed a lot over the last 250 years. The founders and the 1924 Immigration law specifically wanted to limit or even eliminate Irish, Italian, Polish, Ukrainian etc. immigration who were not considered “European” or “white”. Today, a Ukrainian lefty peasant would be considered “white” and let-in. Is that desirable?

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  UpYours
1 year ago

They were Catholic. I had a book from 1923, “What Went Wrong With America?”

UpYours
UpYours
Reply to  BadThinker
1 year ago

That is because many of the Boomercons saw the result of a non-color blind society, Germany and Japan c. 1933-45 or Fmr. Yugoslavia c. 1991-1999, unlike their heads up their ass alt-right.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  UpYours
1 year ago

Hate to break it to you, but the British Empire and various of the French Republics were also non-color blind. Every single Nation prior to the 1960’s/70’s was, and most still are. Talk to a Slovak about the Hungarians sometime, or a Finn about Russians.

DeBeers Diamonds
DeBeers Diamonds
Reply to  Teapartydoc
1 year ago

Revealed preferences say otherwise, IMO. The average conservative politician is concerned about the donor class, who will ensure they won’t starve when they are inevitably voted out. The donor class has untold billions to pay people off. Eric Cantor settled for mere millions.

Publications that no one reads are kept in business thanks to tech billionaires. We like to say that “we aren’t voting our way out of this” but any talk of revolution is foolish, even if the presaged economic collapse actually happens. Our movements cannot sustain an effective boycott, we have no business talking of war.

DeBeers Diamonds
DeBeers Diamonds
Reply to  DeBeers Diamonds
1 year ago

The central question is that of electoral tribalism. Mainstream conservatism has been henceforth either unable or unwilling to shame non-whites out of tribal voting. Nor is it able to get enough whites to vote tribally in the percentages that non-whites do. It’s debatable whether or not this is even possible. Our politics is based around married white households. Look at today’s Millennial white women, they will hit the Wall long before ever supporting building a Wall.

DeBeers Diamonds
DeBeers Diamonds
Reply to  DeBeers Diamonds
1 year ago

Unfamiliar perhaps to the older generations of readers, Jared Holt has been a major pain to our movements. But as far as most are aware, he isn’t especially paid that well and lives in an expensive coastal city. Compare that to the six-and-seven figure SPLC dons in low-cost Alabama.

Now imagine how many AnCom part-timers that would accept Weinstein levels of degradation to have a position like Mr. Holt. And recognize that no billionaire is currently facing fiscal heartburn for their patronage.

Fabian_Forge
Member
Reply to  DeBeers Diamonds
1 year ago

I’m highly confident the SPLC dons spend little actual time in Alabama. They probably alternate summers between the Vineyard and Tuscany.

Guest
Guest
Reply to  Teapartydoc
1 year ago

I am moving quite firmly into the accelerationist camp, especially for the boomercons who have yet to realize that their politicial ideals have consequences. Boomercons believe their cherished 401k accounts will be safe from confiscatory taxation because of tax laws written by a 99% white Congress at a time when America was 90% white. Guess what, boomercons, AOC and her disproportionately swarthy cohorts in the Democratic Socialist party have quite different plans for that pool of accumulated wealth. They don’t yet have the numbers to do more than talk, but they *will* be coming after it in the 2020s. I… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Guest
1 year ago

“but they *will* be coming after it in the 2020s.”

And THAT is the killshot, right there. The enforcer troops are already being offered our women.

Tank
Tank
1 year ago

If Tucker keeps this up, he’ll be deplatformed.

DeBeers Diamonds
DeBeers Diamonds
Reply to  Tank
1 year ago

Right-wing voices should be “self-deplatforming” from the Silicon Dons. Twitter isn’t going to shut down the anti-white hatred of Bishop Swan and Talcum X.

Member
1 year ago

Z, the effect of modern medicine upon the murder rate has been huge. Actually a good fraction of the effect is not “medicine” per se, but far better emergency response. The faster you can get a victim to the doctors, the more likely he is to survive. But certainly medicine has also improved. In any case, you can find estimates of the effect in published research. I.e., this paper: Murder and Medicine: The Lethality of Criminal Assault 1960-1999. Over the 40 years they studied, the total reduction in homicide from better technology was roughly a factor of 4; see figure… Read more »

Saml Adams
Saml Adams
Reply to  Leonard
1 year ago

Not a doctor, but oversaw EMTs as a fire officer, and even though the 2000s there were vast improvements in the equipment we carried on the rigs. Thankfully was not in a district where gunshot wounds were a problem, but vehicles, construction accidents and the like generated plenty of practice cases. Having advanced clotting agents, CATs, AEDs, better means of controlling hypotensive shock made a real difference in the condition of patients when they arrived in the ER. OT, but it only took a few years for NarCan to make from ER, to Medics, to EMTs, to the standard medical… Read more »

Cloudbuster
Member
Reply to  Leonard
1 year ago

Interesting. Sorry for the laziness of not looking it up, but it would seem that a reasonable side effect would be that a lot of crimes that used to be classified as murders would be classified as attempted murders or felonious assaults. It would be useful to know how to rates of those types of crimes have changed over the same period.

Member
Reply to  Leonard
1 year ago

True, but violent crime rates don’t require homicide…and violent crime rates have been declining for many years. So yes, we might be saving more lives, but there’s also a decline in violent crime. If you get shot and live, you don’t show up in the murder rate, but you do still show up in the violent crime rate which is still lower. I suspect that wealth does lower the overall violent crime rate, though. It’s just common sense that if people are working more and earning more, they’ve got less reason and less motivation to commit violent crimes as the… Read more »

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

“Working more and earning more”

Hah. You mean blowing their head off one brain cell at a time to porn and video games. Wealth has allowed more and more young men to sequester themselves in their rooms and balloon to sizes heretofore unheard of. Blacks have resisted this trend but not avoided it.

Member
1 year ago

A pair of goblins. Thats how the guys over at TRS described Chuck and Nancy’s rebuttal. Nailed it, right on the nuts. They’re demons hell bent upon the destruction and enslavement of white America.

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  Spirit_of_the_bayonet
1 year ago

Goblins, yes–but I immediately saw two vultures, waiting for the great beast called America to die so they can pick its bones clean.

wxtwxtr
wxtwxtr
1 year ago

Perhaps Trump’s speech was designed to showcase the Chuck & Nancy Ghoul Show! Nah. Nobody could be that smart. Though the memes are more memorable than the speech.

Steve
Steve
Member
1 year ago

Regarding the concept of popular sovereignty and the government doing the will of the people, one of the first truly heterodox ideas I had came shortly after the Cold War ended and it became clear that Republicans weren’t going to pursue the issues that got them elected. The thought was this: Throughout the Cold War the West sniggered at the “single candidate” elections behind the Iron Curtain, but after a while I began asking whether two candidates was infinitely better than one, or just one better. Until 2016 at least, the answer seems to be one better, or perhaps no… Read more »

Saml Adams
Saml Adams
1 year ago

If you are a statistics junkie, this guy’s website, covering Chicago, cannot be beat…https://heyjackass.com/

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
1 year ago

I found myself inspired by Tucker’s January 3 remarks: a bold opening salvo for his show and for the new year. And I must admit, I knew as he was delivering them that the minions of Conservatism Inc. would be outraged by his words–because, among his other targets, Tucker was taking aim directly at them. People tend to forget (or they don’t know to begin with) that the “conservatism” we’ve lived with in this country is a distinct species that came to life in the 1950s. It’s the “fusion” conservatism that figures like Frank Meyer vigorously advocated in the pages… Read more »

Nathan
Nathan
Reply to  ChrisZ
1 year ago

Spencer is correct when he says that “conservatism” is just a grab bag of random policy positions which don’t necessarily have much to do with each other. If I’m pro-life, why does that mean I have to wave an Israeli flag? If I believe in traditional marriage why does that mean I have to oppose national healthcare? Many of the tenets of “conservatism” are just Cold War leftovers, influenced by the NeoCohns, for their own benefit. (Free markets, muh capitalism, individualism, et al.)

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  Nathan
1 year ago

Yes, it’s clear in retrospect that the Cold War rivalry was not just one leg of conservatism, but the pillar around which the edifice of establishment conservatism coalesced. With the end of the Cold War, that coalition no longer had any cohering rationale, other than habit. It was then only a matter of time before that formulation of conservatism died.

Ironically, the end of Soviet Communism—that is, the end of that daily reminder of the depravity of the Leftist dream—May in the long run have given a new lease on life to Leftism, as we have seen.

UpYours
UpYours
Reply to  ChrisZ
1 year ago

The collapse of the USSR was the worst thing to happen to the U.S. The U.S was a lot stronger and the elites cared a lot more for the country when the Bear was breathing down their pencil necks.

BadThinker
BadThinker
1 year ago

“Frailty, thy name is woman!” Women will tend to join the side they see as winning, and find absolutely nothing wrong with it even if they were espousing the exact opposite views five minutes prior. And they’re experts at rationalization. I’m pretty sure that most women are either overt or covert narcissists. The covert ones are far more dangerous because we don’t see them coming until it’s too late. Modernism has done so much damage to the female psyche it’s a wonder we are still here at all…

Nathan
Nathan
Reply to  BadThinker
1 year ago

I don’t care about attracting wamen to the movement. If we start winning, they’ll come to us. Women are sponges.

BFYTW
BFYTW
Reply to  Nathan
1 year ago

Their politics are a mile wide and an inch deep.

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Nathan
1 year ago

This is true. Women gravitate to whomsoever is holding power or looks like they’re going to be holding power. The reason so many women are shitlibs is because the people holding the whip-hand are shitlibs. Outreach is not just a waste of time it is actually counterproductive as women despise men who are actively trying to curry their favour.

Build an unstoppable movement from strong men and the women will follow automatically.

Vegetius
Vegetius
1 year ago

Heard something interesting on the radio this morning:

Where is the polling on Trump’s address? Or the response?

Hard to believe they’re not polling. Easier to believe they’re not getting the results they want.

Are we seeing a perfect reverse barometer here?

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
1 year ago

“We need to have the cause clearly, repeatedly articulated. The problem with these orcs is the destruction of our superior way of life. No one is talking about defending this house, this ship, this culture, this people.”

https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2019/01/10/what-your-demographic-replacements-think-of-you/#comments

Saml Adams
Saml Adams
1 year ago

Rather than bitching about giving your kids “white privilege advantage” the Proggies should simply fortify their 3 year olds morning cereal with some lead paint chips. Easy peasy.

Kentucky Headhunter
1 year ago

Still kinda stuck on how I should put being a good citizen before being a good parent. Not. Gonna. Happen.

Member
1 year ago

All Trump had to do was sound like the reasonable one. There’s no mass public outcry to end “the shutdown”, and to the extent there are loud voices demanding an end to the impasse, there are equally loud voices demanding the wall be built. Putting government employees on TV – quite literally some of the best paid people in America today – to whine about missing ONE fricking paycheck that they will be back-paid for once the shutdown ends – just convinces more and more people that the POTUS is right. (If you can’t miss ONE freaking paycheck without having… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  hokkoda
1 year ago

It’s great how the media is claiming that the world is coming to an end, thanks to the shutdown, and, yet, things move along as usual.

The Federales are complaining about getting a paid vacation. I sense that Joe Sixpack and Joe Briefcase are well aware of that.

Vizzini
Member
1 year ago

OT, Jakiw Palij, the former German prison camp guard who was deported last year, at age 95, is dead. As I watched that sad little drama play out, I couldn’t help but be struck by its petty vindictiveness, and how disproportionate it was. Palij was, a nobody. 20-21 years old when the war ended in 1945, he wasn’t any sort of mastermind of any great evil. He was a kid swept up in a brutal war. Yet he was hunted and hounded relentlessly. A rabbi organized regular street protests in front of his house for years. In his last months… Read more »

sirlancelot
sirlancelot
1 year ago

Thanks for the piece on biker gangs and copyright laws. It’s ridiculous people give credence to these relics of the 70s. The Feds are so sloppy they’ve listed police riding clubs as motorcycle gangs ! Maybe bike gangs are more prevalent on the West Coast, but I’m sure the Spanish gangs have eclipsed their influence. Is this more funding for the “War on Drugs”, hidden motive to strip more rights or bumbling government stooges ? Looks like another nail in the coffin of our ( as you like to say ) non-existent Constitution. Point that out to some to some… Read more »

wholy1
wholy1
1 year ago

pssst, “Z” – why does the United SNAKES CORP, D[e]C[eit] maintain mercs all over Africa? Single word answer: CHICOMS. They are “doing [confiscatory] BIZ” – albeit, John Perkins style, while the former is [desperately] attempting to counter with increasing “political intrigue/[military] terror”. I respectfully tender: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-26/china-take-over-kenyas-larges ; https://www.africanliberty.org/2018/09/10/like-zambia-sri-lanka-also-handed-over-port-to-china-to-pay-off-debt/

bilejones
Member
1 year ago

Your comment on Johns Hopkins’ use as a battlefield injury research lab was reminiscent about similar claims made for the perpetuation of the “troubles” in Northern Ireland. A very high percentage of British Army medics were rotated through there at some point.The general feeling in England was that a more useful parallel to injuries in actual humans would be possible by reverting back to the previously used baboons, hence the “peace Accords”.

Soviet of Washington
Soviet of Washington
1 year ago

My personal preference for building signage would be “Tsunami Evacuation Route”(https://nws.weather.gov/nthmp/signs/signs.html). Not completely out-of-place in parts of Portland (google Vanport). Also after the Japanese 2011 earthquake there were “High Water” warnings for the Columbia River as far inland as Beacon Rock (20 mi inland of Portland).

anonymous
anonymous
1 year ago

James Lafond recently noted that Baltimore appears to be attempting to initiate a trend of classifying ‘deaths in a hospital’ as something other than homicide – he believes he has seen murders get removed from the rolls on this basis in 2018 – see http://jameslafond.com/article.php?id=11029 (“edited down by at least 5”) and at least one other article I can’t find where he alleges this is confirmed by someone on the BPD.

Member
1 year ago

Northeast Portland is referred to by the locals as “Brown Town”. Heh.