AmRen Journal I

In order to get to American Renaissance, I have to rent a car and drive about an hour west to the secret location in the forest. It’s not a terrible drive, so I don’t mind it, but I have come to hate dealing with car rental places. For some reason, the Nashville car rental counters are staffed by the worst people they can find. This time I was served by a black guy named Abdul with a strange accent that I could not place.

Abdul had a very bad attitude, but the sort of thing that you see from a sub-Saharan government worker. He carried on like I was disturbing him. He also stopped doing what needed doing every few minutes to stare at women walking past. The weird thing is the whole thing could be automated at this point. Most of it is, but they still have guys like Abdul working the counter for some reason.

The car was not where it was supposed to be, so with the help of guys who looked like extras from a documentary on Hernán Cortés I found the car. It turns out that Abdul is not good with his letters, so he transposed some of them on the paperwork.  I get why many Americans are not troubled by machines taking over these jobs. The machines are more polite and make fewer mistakes…

I took a detour to see the Parthenon, which is a weird landmark in Nashville that I have never seen, despite being here many times. It’s a fun park and I highly recommend it if you are ever in Nashville and want a nice relaxing afternoon. It’s still weird to have a copy of the Parthenon in an Appalachian city, but it is quintessentially American. The answer to “why build a Parthenon in Nashville” is “why not build one?”

The rental car is Hyundai of some sort. It has all of the usual electronics, plus the collision avoidance stuff. Man is that annoying. Every truck that passed too close set of the buzzer. At some point, the car decided I needed to take a break and started beeping, suggesting I pull over for coffee. No kidding. I politely told the car to go screw, but it kept making that suggestion every ten minutes.

I think one reason the word seems like it is going mad, is that it is increasingly becoming idiot proof or at least trying to be idiot proof. Our cars now treat us like children. To a normal person able to navigate the world without help, this is awful. To the dummies, it is manna from heaven, I’m guessing. Still, I’d like to get my hands on the engineer who came up with the idea for the car to recommend coffee breaks…

The first time I attended American Renaissance, I was surprised by the quality of the people, which was most due to my ignorance. It was more like an academic conference than a political event. The point was the attendees were educated, professional and representative of the sort that keep the wheels of this society turning, which was what I found so striking about my first time here.

This time, I’m struck by the youth. I’m 53 so I’m probably a bit more aware of the age in the room these day, but correcting for that, the room is much younger this year. There is a new generation coming into focus here and that is encouraging. Interestingly, there were some father and son attendees. In some cases, it is the father bringing the son along and in others the son bringing the father. That’s another one of those green shoots.

There are more women here than in the past. That’s probably a good thing, but I’m not going to carve that into stone just yet. The Yoko Ono problem is a universal that transcends time and place. Still, the women I met here last night all seem level headed.  Now that Heartiste is in internet gaol, I feel I have to pick up the slack on the wammin issue, so consider this my contribution to the cause. Speedy return Heartiste…

In years past, the socializing has been about the journey to this side of the great divide, with people trading stories about when they were red pilled. This year, at least so far, the talk is all about how to get more people to our side. It’s anecdotal, but it fits in with what I see elsewhere, so maybe there is a trend here. My first guess is that the number of people with their eyes wide open has reached a point where it is no longer seen as unusual…

One last note before I head off to the morning sessions. Coming in yesterday I bumped into Jared Taylor and his fiancée having a walk around the grounds. We chatted for fifteen minutes or so. They wanted to know if I have had any trouble traveling in Europe. I think Jared is still pissed about his banning, which is understandable. It’s not so much the banning, but the slimy way it was done. He expects better from his adversaries.

The fact is though, we are being treated like dangerous revolutionaries for simply wanting what people have taken for granted since the dawn of human settlement. We’re not going to get better adversaries. We’re stuck with the shabby, ruthless and vulgar people who take pleasure in harassing normal people. We have to adjust to that. If we’re going to be treated like revolutionizes, then we best start acting like them…

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Clayton Barnett
1 year ago

The Dissident Right should echo the Specials: “Next year in Tennessee!”

A Postcard From the Volcano
Reply to  Clayton Barnett
1 year ago

And, as with the Specials, the correct response is: “What’s wrong with this year? What’s keeping you?”

darlok agnos
darlok agnos
Member
1 year ago

“I’d like to get my hands on the engineer who came up with the idea for the car to recommend coffee breaks…”

I’m pretty sure it was not the engineer who came up with such an idea. The engineer said something like, okay I can do that but are you really sure this is what you want?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  darlok agnos
1 year ago

One thing I began to discover in my career is the application of technology, for technology’s sake. A lot of people wish to get rid of the excess baggage and hassle, but are increasingly forced to live with it. I once had assumed I was in the majority in my thinking on this matter, but now think that we have raised a whole generation of folk who love to play with such technology as an end in itself, even when arguably less efficient to the desired end. True story: Long time ago, I had an old friend visit the department… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
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Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

This is the tech version of Zman’s superfluous labor from yesterday’s podcast.

JohnTyler
JohnTyler
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

I assume you didn’t mean “x factorial” when you wrote x!
Sorry, but I had to point that out just to be a weisen heimer.

Stephen Wordsworth
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

Most software doing basic tasks like word processing should really just settle down into a stable state once all the bugs are found. The ergonomics research that went into the UI does not really need to change. But that would mean that all the programers and more importantly their managers would be put out of work so they must have change for the sake of change to justify their existence. So the most call this pointless change an improvement even when it is the oposite.

B Stirge
Member
Reply to  darlok agnos
1 year ago

Yup. You’ve got that right. We both know it was marketing that wanted it

Whitney
Member
1 year ago

Orwell. “But in a world from which physical danger had been banished—and obviously mechanical progress tends to eliminate danger—would physical courage be likely to survive? Could it survive? And why should physical strength survive in a world where there was never the need for physical labour? As for such qualities as loyalty, generosity, etc., in a world where nothing went wrong, they would be not only irrelevant but probably unimaginable. The truth is that many of the qualities we admire in human beings can only function in opposition to some kind of disaster, pain or difficulty; but the tendency of… Read more »

Da Booby
Reply to  Whitney
1 year ago

“What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger.” Said the greatest philosophical genius since Plato.

Hoagie
Hoagie
Reply to  Da Booby
1 year ago

I didn’t know Bugs Bunny said that.

Member
Reply to  Hoagie
1 year ago

It was actually Big Chungus.

Da Booby
Reply to  Hoagie
1 year ago

“I didn’t know Bugs Bunny said that.”

Now you know.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Da Booby
1 year ago

Yeah those 2 quotes actually say the same thing. The Orwell quote is from the road to Wigan Pier and in that he also has an essay about the English propensity to Tinker and improve on things. He clearly considered it a biologic fact . Churchill commented on the same thing when he was in the Middle East and he looked around and said and I’m paraphrasing ‘they are still using the tools that their ancestors used thousands of years ago. They have changed nothing’. So whites created a world that became easier for everyone but now it’s turning and… Read more »

bilejones
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Reply to  Whitney
1 year ago

” English propensity to Tinker and improve on things”

It’s called “Men in Sheds”- predates garages.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  bilejones
1 year ago

It’s not just men. Women do it to, we just do it closer to home and hearth. I am almost constantly in the state of another Improvement either in the house or the garden. It actually makes me laugh at myself because I finish something, look at it and think, oh how pretty, and within a week I’m thinking of something new. But my garden looks fantastic!

erp
Member
1 year ago

Thank you for this optimistic post about the next generation.

Nathaniel Bell
Nathaniel Bell
Reply to  erp
1 year ago

You’d be surprised. A couple three months ago I had to make an unexpected detour to Paris, and having some time to kill, spent about three weeks in France. In a little village near Tours I met up with some people about my age (early 30s) who while pleasant were hopelessly pozzed. Except they weren’t. A few hours in, when it was clear I wasn’t an ignorant redneck, the topic switched to politics. They said it didn’t really matter who was president, and France always did it’s own thing anyways. I said: what about when France isn’t French anymore? Have… Read more »

Gerard vanderleun
Member
1 year ago

Re: Heartiste. Who in their right mind deals in the content Heartiste deals in daily in the year 2019 and still keeps his page on a “free” hosting deal by wordpress? What can it save the fellow? Doesn’t matter when this “free” hosting can cost you everything? I trust he was thoughtful enough to keep a copy on some more dependable set of servers. Then again, maybe not.

Member
Reply to  Gerard vanderleun
1 year ago

I wonder if it was really free for Heartiste. I think you have to pay when you go over a certain amount of traffic. Running WordPress yourself like Z does isn’t easy. You need to configure the database, keep track of OS security issues, monitor the server’s hard drives, etc… There’s still the possibility that your hosting company might shut you down.

The Babe
The Babe
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Reply to  Gerard vanderleun
1 year ago

Strange, I still have access to all of CH’s posts through WordPress’s own internal subscription service, called its “reader.” Anyone who wants to copy or save material from CH can get it that way. I think you need a WordPress account to do it.
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I took this screencap just now. I kept scrolling until I got to 2018, and I assume it just keeps going back.

bilejones
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Reply to  Gerard vanderleun
1 year ago

I trust you’ve got a couple of these somewhere on thumbdrives, as well as the usual redundancies.

old vic
old vic
1 year ago

Fiance?

David_Wright
Member
Reply to  old vic
1 year ago

Seems a little late to turn the old gal out for Jared.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  old vic
1 year ago

That’s a woman with whom a man has entered into an agreement to marry. 😉

Auntie Analogue
Auntie Analogue
Reply to  Vizzini
1 year ago

A fiancé is the male betrothed of a woman. A fiancée is the female betrothed of a man.

Feric Jaggar
Feric Jaggar
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

I did not think the word ‘fiancée’ could be more confusing for me in this sentence until I realized it had been spelled as ‘fiancé.’

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Auntie Analogue
1 year ago

That explains so much!

Felix_Krull
Member
Reply to  Auntie Analogue
1 year ago

Thanks. Are they pronounced differently?

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
1 year ago

My dad had a customer service rule when I was growing up. If he heard a black voice on the other end of the phone, he would just hang up. If he had a choice of cashiers/clerks, and one was black, he wouldn’t use that one. I always thought that was racist. By my 30s I had applied his rule. And it works. Quality of life increases without black people. That’s just the way it is. Which brings us to the Alabama and Missouri (soon to be Louisiana) abortion bills. It’s a terrible thing to say…..I won’t go further…too taboo…

kleist
kleist
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 year ago

Quality of life improves even more without foreigners.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 year ago

You can really see it at an urban McDonald’s versus a country McDonald’s. Totally different experience. The abortion issue will not change anything one way or the other. They will have as many as they need to get max welfare and stop when they want to stop. Abortions that reduce the number of children is more of a white woman thing.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  DLS
1 year ago

But they’re not smart enough or disciplined enough to take birth control unless they get Norplant, hence the high abortion rate in that demographic. For them a last resort procedure is the only resort, because their lives are so chaotic and animal like. Sadly, later term abortions are so common among them because they’re just too lazy tp go to the abortion clinic the first month. Can people be that lazy and that awful? Yes they can. This is their birth control. White women will always have their abortions, they had them long before it was legalized. They went to… Read more »

David_Wright
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 year ago

If a black sales clerk approaches me, I say just looking. Never worth the bother.

Member
Reply to  David_Wright
1 year ago

I went to Del Taco the other day. Black drive-thru cashier dude asked if I wanted hot sauce. I said, yeah, 2. When I started eating there was no hot sauce in the bag. I said a couple of nasty things my mind. Later I see a hot sauce packet on the floor of my car. I felt a little bad. But still, I told him 2. The next day I saw another hot sauce packet. Evidently I’d spilled them when I took my tacos out of the bag. I feel like going back and telling him, “By the way,… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Frip
1 year ago

If I had a dollar for every time I said ni**er in my mind..I would be Bill Gates. I’ve said it in my sleep.

Member
1 year ago

As an electrical engineer who works in the aeronautical industry, we design safety warnings around the user, which is in our case highly trained fighter and transport pilots. They tell us what makes their job in the cockpit easier and what doesn’t. Bitching Betty doesn’t need to tell them every stupid little thing, but alert them to unknown dangers when they’re dealing with a high workload situation, such as combat. Cars are a different matter and seemed to have gone the opposite way since we’re living in a real life Idiocracy. My wife’s Lexus SUV has all sorts of “safety”… Read more »

Exile
Exile
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Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
1 year ago

I prefer pre-2010 vehicles. I spent decades putting driving skills (especially awareness and anticipation) into my muscle-memory. Bitching Betty devices are an immense distraction and annoyance. That said, I’m not sure the Monderman Thesis is all that robust in an idiocracy with low levels of social trust and empathy to boot. If you lack the wits to look out for your own ass and don’t give a damn about the other drivers, the Monderman Thesis has no legs to stand on.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
1 year ago

Collision avoidance…sigh. At least the one I had experience with could be turned off. Not sure I’d buy a car if it could not. Unfortunately, I’m sure I’ll forget to demand such on my next purchase and get screwed. When I experienced it driving to Alaska, it was in a Ford going through the large metro areas on the way up the coast. Being born and raised in NYC, you become used to high speed mergers and such. They are unavoidable and that’s the way it is. However, the warning is more severe the closer the merge and the braking… Read more »

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
1 year ago

I also had an ’89 Prelude 4ws, and truthfully it scared the hell outta me sometimes. I drove it hard and real fast, but driving slow on wet streets it was all over the place. Nearly flipped it on First Ave under the 59th St Bridge.
The ’84 Celica GTS was a much better car; always drove it 50% over the speed limit.
The Cherokee Warrior III was nice too.
Those were the days my friend.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
Reply to  Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
1 year ago

re: the Prelude..
Did your rear brake calipers rust up and seize??
I replaced the calipers several times,
before giving up and driving with only front brakes operable.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
1 year ago

Dr. Toboggan, interested in your opinion on the 737 Max. It looks to me like Boeing broke all the habits you are speaking of in the design of the autopilot override feature. My own pet theory is that Boeing is trying to outsmart Abdul when he decides to put the plane into the ground while shouting “snackbar”, but doesn’t really want to open that Pandora’s Box with the public. Your thoughts?

Reply to  Dutch
1 year ago

I think it was poorly conceived and the bosses of the design teams need to suffer for it. Can’t believe it was allowed to get through testing (any airplane’s systems are put through the ringer to ensure that all conceivable scenarios are accounted for before it makes it out on to the flightline) because these flaws in the autopilot system should’ve been exposed. One of the problems with the F-35 is that we’re trying to do something that’s never been done before and that’s fusing data from sensors (radar, radar warning receivers and the electro-optical targeting system) into one picture… Read more »

bilejones
Member
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
1 year ago

I read that under the new regime a lot of testing is being out sourced, to companies who hire employees with the requisite certifications for whom it’s a second gig from their main job with, you’ve guessed it, the manufacturers.

Nothing could go wrong there, now, could it?

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
1 year ago

“We’re not going to get better adversaries. We’re stuck with the shabby, ruthless and vulgar people who take pleasure in harassing normal people. We have to adjust to that. If we’re going to be treated like revolutionizes, then we best start acting like them…” (1)NZ’s thought police now go door to door to examine wrong opinions. This includes something as benign as a favorable opinion about Trump. + (2)Cicilline (D-RI)(If Abdul were white he’d be someone like this clown) – He is currently working to make hate speech a misdemeanor AND anyone convicted of this will automatically loose their 2nd… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Yves Vannes
1 year ago

So a Fed law illegally curtailing two rights: 1st and 2nd Amendments? Got to hand it to him. ;-(

Member
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

There does seem to be a trend towards Demonrat legislators whose entire purpose is to ram through brazenly unconstitutional laws that will inevitably be struck down by the Supreme Court if they even make it that far. Thus they don’t need to bother with any of that boring practical stuff like bills for roads, infrastructure, and schools. They just exist to give smug SWPL type SJW white people something to virtue signal to one another about – SWPL #1: I’m voting for Susie Gungrabichek. She’s sponsored a bill requiring anyone who voted for Trump to register with the state and… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Pozymandias
1 year ago

What happens the next time, and that day is coming, when the anti-whites have control of the presidency and both houses?

At that point the supreme count becomes just another Maginot Line.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Yves Vannes
1 year ago

Perhaps, but if in control of Legislature and Executive, then it seems easy to pack the court under any number of justifications—which of course, Leftists don’t care about to begin with.

Member
Reply to  Yves Vannes
1 year ago

I wonder if all the new thoughtcrime laws being perpetrated throughout Europe and the rest of the Western world will drive a new wave of White immigration from those countries to the US, which is one of the few remaining Western nations with fairly free speech and also well defended gun rights. Let’s say you were, say, a long time target shooter in the UK who also wasn’t keen on what’s become of Londonistan but wasn’t free to speak out on Muslims. You might be tempted to just say “fuck it, I’m not waiting for these girly-men in Parliament to… Read more »

A Postcard From the Volcano
Reply to  Pozymandias
1 year ago

You (or them, these entirely imaginary Brits of yours) have grabbed the wrong end of the axe on this one. The purpose of owning guns is not to have a snazzy gun collection, it is to use the guns to combat tyranny and preserve your freedom and your homeland and your people. If all you do is say, “Fuck it, these girly-men have destroyed my Liberty and flooded my country with alien invaders — I’m taking my guns and running away to some other country!” then you have missed the point and avoided the question. You might as well have… Read more »

Matt
Matt
Reply to  A Postcard From the Volcano
1 year ago

You appear to be implying that right wing British would be weak and ineffective allies, because we were unable to resist strict gun laws; but what does that say about you guys? Armed to the teeth but still unable to prevent yourselves from being invaded or to suffer all sorts of leftist tyranny. In fact, hanging onto your guns (so far, at least) is pretty much all you have managed to do – and that’s thanks to a two hundred year-old document. Very few people in Britain own guns or care about them, and for the few who do, resisting… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Matt
1 year ago

The 2nd Amendment was intended exactly for defense from government, and men did belong to local militias until Lincoln put an end to that. In any case, whether for revolution or collection, there’s still more of a case for gun ownership than for royalty. To think that Prince Charles (buggery tampon man) will one day be on British money.

Matt
Matt
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 year ago

I know what the purpose of 2A is, I’m just saying it hasn’t done a lot of good. I said more than that, but you apparently missed the point.

Ivar
Member
Reply to  Matt
1 year ago

Matt, most of the gun fetishists are cucks,and CivNats, you are right about that. The guns become an end in themselves. I know guys who have small arsenals and a half ton of ammo who say they will fort up in their houses when (if) The Day arrives. Of course, if the time comes The Diversity will simply knock them on the heads and take their stuff.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  Yves Vannes
1 year ago

Exhibit A as to why Women are the natural and eternal enemy of the White beta male. Of course NZ police are going door to door rooting out bad thinkers. NZ will be an Islamic nation within a few years. Islam is like crack cocaine for White women — they can’t resist its appeal of violent, low IQ killers and it is utterly repellent to White men. With all the advantages of Islam to White men who convert it is striking how few do — which speaks to there not being very many advantages. Islam seems a racial thing —… Read more »

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Whiskey
1 year ago

Sometimes I think it’s just part of the female nature to desire the fight. Men and women live with different natural rules. When one civilization defeats the other the losing men get killed, the losing women get to marry winners. There’s little downside for women to such a scenario.

It appears women are setting up for the fight. This essential difference is why women shouldn’t vote, and when they do they vote for chaos.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Mark Taylor
1 year ago

Women are naturally competitive..with each other. Women throwing men under the bus is in part due to too many unmarried women with too much free time on their hands (idleness is the devil’s workshop), mental illness develops, and womens’ competitive nature and frustration and fear turn on everyone. Women are brainwashed they can do it all and they can’t. Brainwashed to believe they can be the top of the corporate ladder, have kids at 40, lead the world. She can’t do it all…..her eggs are stale at 40..when she goes to die, her job won’t be holding her hand. Women… Read more »

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Whiskey
1 year ago

Understand your frustration anger with Wymyn. Please know this applies mainly to Pozed young women, crop haired unmarried cat women. There are still a lot of us gals who really really LIKE men. Yes I’m from Venus and you’re from Mars. Viva la differance. Many of us come from the old school…will never destroy the man/woman dynamic….I am my husband’s helpmate and he is mine and loves and protects me. That means for me to be aware to display a good and mostly happy attitude as my husband thrives in a loving home. “When the Woman is unhappy, no one… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
1 year ago

One of the few things that pustule Vox Day actually got right – and we need to remember it too – is that we ARE going to win this. How can those kids NOT be red-pilled, after watching their parents all their lives? How many mothers, sisters, wives, daughters – have watched their fathers, brothers, sons, and husbands getting the shaft from prog politics? Feminism is bad for women and worse for men. Vibrants will do here what they’ve done in their own countries because they can’t do anything else. After The Reckoning, the vibrants are going back to the… Read more »

DraveckysHumerus
DraveckysHumerus
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 year ago

Care to suggest why Vox Day is a pustule? I was recently banned at VP for “demoralizing” the echo chamber in a technical legal area where I am expert and yet I respect what Vox Day accomplishes in terms of providing cultural alternatives and guidance for a demographic. It’s his place and his rulez. I see the man as a worthy colleague if a bit rigid even brittle at times. Simply curious.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Reply to  DraveckysHumerus
1 year ago

If you watch him closely you will see that he lies. He doubles down. He projects. Keep watching him and you’ll see that he acts much like a gamma male too – by his own definitions.
He used to have a message and a value but now he just shills for attention by attacking guys like Jordan Petersen. I lost interest in him when he tried to sue Gab for not censoring people he didn’t like.
He’s not a good model for the kids, and he’d be a lousy spokesman for the thinking conservative or Christian.

Pinochet
Pinochet
Reply to  Glenfilthie
1 year ago

He does not lie. He has a very rigid set of rules on his platforms that he won’t hesitate to enforce. You are doing exactly what he predicts the gamma will do: attack and tear down without building anything.

Exile
Exile
Member
1 year ago

I respect Jared Taylor’s fortitude in the face of crap-slinging inferiors but it’s an anachronistic disadvantage in today’s environment. A big part of why ex-libertarians are so over-represented in Our Thing is that so much energy on the Right has been directed at logically refuting the Left, from Jared to Sailer to guys like Steyn. That approach, like libertarianism itself, seems to appeal to less than 10% of the population (judging from Audacious Epigone’s latest state-by-state libertarian head-count). To cast a wider net, we need to improve our rhetorical/emotional appeal. Ditching Rand’s toxic mix of Jewish-level IQ elitism and Darwinian… Read more »

De Beers Diamonds
De Beers Diamonds
Reply to  Exile
1 year ago

One typically doesn’t think of right-wing politics as consumerist by nature, but that’s what it is. Encouraging people to buy guns, buy some talker’s book, buy snake oil, buying Charlie Kirk an upper class lifestyle.

There’s a lot of support for anti-consumerism, media criticism and localism on the left. We’ve spent decades trying to erase it for muh GDP, only for Capital to go Woke.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Exile
1 year ago

I think the oppression narratives are useful because they exist in so many civilizations. We’ve all heard the scoffing of “white men aren’t victims.” Most white men don’t like to see themselves as victims either. So I use white children. For instance “your children will discriminated against in college and in jobs for their entire life, and it’s been policy to do that for 50 years. They are second class citizens.”

I don’t know if that effective but it seems better than sperging out about the value of merit based systems, and such.

Tim
Tim
Member
Reply to  Mark Taylor
1 year ago

Can confirm. When talking with a white mom, focus on the kids. There are a lot of mothers of sons who are boiling mad watching the nonsense on college campuses…

Julian
Julian
1 year ago

Jared Taylor hopefully has a fiancée, not a fiancé. Also, too many ellipses.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Julian
1 year ago

We need a “Report Pedantry” button.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Exile
1 year ago

Indeed, time to dig this old meme out from the Way Back Machine because on the internet, some things are always relevant and never die… I present to you the (in)famous, Grammar Nazi Cat!
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bilejones
Member
Reply to  Exile
1 year ago

If you don’t think that the difference between having a fiancée, not a fiancé is important, you are on the wrong website,

A Postcard From the Volcano
Reply to  Julian
1 year ago

Maybe Jared Taylor has himself a Beyoncé. That would be a hoot.

Speaking of pedantry, names like Beyoncé always make me chuckle, because the e-with-the-little-French-accent is supposed to indicate, at least ostensibly, that a noun has been verbed, so to speak: a divorcee is one who has been divorced, a fiancée is one who has been affianced, etc. So I always wondered what Beyoncé did to get herself beyonced. And judging by the spelling, also turned into a man.

Dutch
Dutch
1 year ago

“The Yoko Ono problem”. That’s a keeper.

General Lee
General Lee
1 year ago

How do you find out where the conference is to attend there? I might like to go one year.

De Beers Diamonds
De Beers Diamonds
Reply to  General Lee
1 year ago

The conference has been held for years in a TN state park, where the government cannot legally kick them out, not that it hasn’t tried. Perhaps leftist orgs could rent the facilities the entirety of the year, blocking the conference by donating to an evil red state government.

General Lee
General Lee
Reply to  De Beers Diamonds
1 year ago

Yeah, but do you need to be invited, or to learn by word of mouth, or what?

Member
Reply to  General Lee
1 year ago

on the front page
https://www.amren.com/

Rcocean
Rcocean
1 year ago

That Taylor is “Surprised” by the slimyness of his enemies, “surprises” Me. But then isn’t he a Paleo-con? Even after 30 years, most of the Paleo-cons are still “amazed” at the evil nature of their enemies. Which is one reason they constantly lost.

Rod1963
Rod1963
Reply to  Rcocean
1 year ago

Spot on analysis. He hasn’t a clue as to what he’s up against. Typical academic. He might start by asking himself what did the Left do to ANYONE who spoke heresy? They either imprison them or kill them. Taylor and crew don’t get the Left plays for keeps and this is war to them. While our side still thinks it’s 1985. This is why Big Teech is systematically de-platforming us and the MAGA retards. Wipe out our presence in cyberspace which just about kills our 1A rights. What comes after that you don’t want to know. And all our side… Read more »

Juri
Juri
Reply to  Rod1963
1 year ago

Absolutely. I constantly amazing how even smart western patriots can think that their communism is somehow different from all other nation communism. Of course patriots in the west are in very dangerous situation without understanding it.

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  Rod1963
1 year ago

Is Jared Taylor actually part of the dissident right? I venture to doubt it. Like his sidekick Peter Brimelow at VDare, Jared is a general using tactics to fight the last war. He publicizes the endless crimes against white people and the demagoguery of the left. That may have served a purpose in 1990 when many whites still naively clung to fantasies about integration and assimilation. It’s a damp squib today — anyone who cares to can easily see the political trends isolating and socially disfranchising white traditionalists. I do have a soft spot in my heart for Jared. He… Read more »

DFW Dissident Right
DFW Dissident Right
Reply to  Gravity Denier
1 year ago

“I do have a soft spot in my heart for Jared. He has played his part, however limited, well.” Really? Limited? Some large percentage of the Dissident Right were ‘Redpilled’ directly from seeing Taylor’s videos and progressing from AmRen to other sites and content. Taylor, if anyone could be considered to have the greatest role in the history of the modern Dissident Right. Certainly if you were noting the top five he’d be on everyone’s list. I get that there is purity spiraling on both far edges of the political bell curve, but counter signaling Brimelow, Jared, and others who… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Rod1963
1 year ago

Rod1963: “And all our side does is tell people to shut up about those who get de-platformed.

This is why the DR is a dead movement and will have no impact on the coming hostilities. Most of its adherents will be found dead in a ditch or the local quarry.”

Our side is the Dissident Right. Where do you get that the DR is telling people to keep quiet about de-platforming? Your full comment comes across as dramatically defeatist.

Jim Jones
Member
1 year ago

Good news from Australia, the communists soundly beaten

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
Reply to  Jim Jones
1 year ago

We lost Fraser Anning though. I get the sense he was too far out front and had to be sacrificed, but still.

Member
1 year ago

On latest podcast Z was talking about the “feminized male”. This is a short video of a couple playing with a bobcat on the golf course. I can’t recall any other era when men talked like this guy. He talks just like a girl. He’s not gay, just girly. Skip to 1:15 and they even “awww” together in the same way at the same time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPwPdUud4Qk

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Frip
1 year ago

When men looked like men and had deep voices and acted like men:
https://www.movieposter.com/poster/MPW-15446/Gone_With_The_Wind.html

Any wonder large swathes of the planet are not reproducing.

PS: Even tomcats have blockier heads than the modern young male.
https://pixabay.com/photos/cat-coat-animal-mustache-sleepy-3937880/

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Range Front Fault
1 year ago

If you know any frustrated Gen Z males who can’t get laid, sit them down with some Clark Gable movies and say “act like that guy.”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  MemeWarVet
1 year ago

Is it me, or do others notice that the male stars of yesteryear—particularly those known as masculine “lady killers”—are noticeably less muscularly defined than just about any modern male today in the movies? Look at Gable without a shirt. Or Bogart. Even Wayne. They are big, but not very defined, nor “pretty” as our “men” are now. 🙁

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

Totally agree. Anglin wrote a good piece on Hollywood steroid culture recently that makes this point.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Frip
1 year ago

He would have had to have a Heart of Stone not to aww at that. That bobcat was adorable

Member
Reply to  Whitney
1 year ago

I get you. But at 1:28 he’s not addressing the bobcat, but his girlfriend, and fake laughs like the cringiest fruitcake I’ve ever heard.

Bit of advice. As a man, when talking to cute animals or children, drop to a low playful voice, rather than going high.

bilejones
Member
Reply to  Whitney
1 year ago

As Oscar Wilde said of The old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens , You have to have a heart of stone to read the description of the death of Little Nell and not burst out laughing,

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Whitney
1 year ago

Hi Whitney….yes…cute playing. Sorry to be a downer, in the west, any wild animal that is near can turn on you in true wild form. Remember Cupcake and Chocolate the bears that finally ate the lefty journalist and his girlfriend. Bears eat people. Bobcats can take your eyes out. A badger can bite the crap out of your hand. A deer can stomp you to death and rip open your doggie in an NY second. A coyote will grab a cat..break its neck..and be gone before you can blink. Wolfs are now stalking people and won’t be long before the… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Frip
1 year ago

Odd, this video reminds me of a an incident a few years ago. I live on a golf course in the Southwest—rattlesnakes, coyotes, cougars, bobcats, javelina (pigs) are not unknown. At that time, I was walking the dogs (off lease) as was my habit. Several (like just about every person I encountered) folk stopped me along the way and told me to be careful as there was a Bobcat up ahead threatening the neighbor’s dogs/cats and such. I thanked them and kept walking, as I have real dogs and could give a shit (I’m that way). None the less, I… Read more »

bilejones
Member
1 year ago

You do realize that you get the coffee break suggestions because of the naughty points you clocked passing the trucks too closely, don’t you?

If you are buying, get the second best level of trim and you avoid a lot of the bullshit, it’s largely there just to show they’ve got it.

(((Owen)))
(((Owen)))
1 year ago

When the car rentals get more automated, one of the things they’re going to be doing is checking your background to make sure you aren’t going to AmRen conferences. Or your credit cards will do the checking for them.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
1 year ago

AmRen update: At the conclusion of Lana Lokteff’s speech on “Clownworld,” the fire alarms went off and a recorded voice told us to vacate the building. Shortly after that, we were told it was a false alarm. I assume the protesters pulled the alarm. The whole event was almost like a choreographed part of her speech to emphasize her theme.

As I was getting ready to leave, I remembered when the Cville protest was declared unlawful and we were pushed into the Antifa mob.

A fire alarm is going off again as I write this.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

I’m glad Lana is still in the movement. I respect her immensely for putting her money where her mouth is and actually having Huwite babies.

The movement misses “Wife with a Purpose,” who set a good example. I hope she’s doing well and not being harassed.

Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

LineIn, thanks for the report. So cool that you go to things like this. I’ve heard you mention you go to stuff in the past. Keep us updated if you can. Man, the fire alarms are always the Achille’s heal. Someone should be guarding them.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

Thanks Line for your commitment, time and update…Best regards…

Guest
Guest
1 year ago

Regarding the car rental, do yourself a solid and sign up for the Gold service with Hertz or Avis. You have to register your drivers license and credit card (which you would do anyway), but you simply make your reservation, arrive, walk to the Gold area, pick a car, get your contract at the exit booth, and drive off. Less than 5 minutes and your are off the lot.

Sextus
Sextus
1 year ago

I’m inclined to say leave the ladies out of it for now. They’ll only dilute the movement with pity and feelz.

Women are like principles – something to address after the victory. They’ll go wherever the winners are, but they won’t create the win.

Teapartydoc
Member
1 year ago

Hurry up with day two.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Teapartydoc
1 year ago

At the party Saturday night, I watched Jared Taylor drink a shot of whiskey in one gulp. Of course, he did it in a very dignified manner.

Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

LineIn. I’m going to message you on Gab later today, in hopes you can give me a few pointers on how to find local DeeRight meetup groups.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

Gunfight at the OK Corral!

JohnTyler
JohnTyler
1 year ago

“…..The weird thing is the whole thing could be automated at this point. Most of it is, but they still have guys like Abdul working the counter for some reason….” If we had reasonable immigration laws and a government that actually enforced immigration laws passed by the US Congress, “Abdul” would not be working at that job. Bill or Jack or Jane or Sue or some AMERICAN would have that job! But this notion – that immigration should be open to people of real talent and ability AND only after there are literally no more AMERICANS to fill jobs –… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  JohnTyler
1 year ago

WRT Australia, they also don’t ship the invaders off to “sanctuary cities”. I believe they have an island they keep them on until their claims are adjudicated.

Corn
Corn
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

All those who come to the US without proper visas get a free flight to Midway or Wake Island until it’s decided if they’re a legitimate refugee!

Lars Emilsson
Lars Emilsson
Reply to  JohnTyler
1 year ago

“…immigration should be open to people of real talent and ability AND only after there are literally no more AMERICANS to fill jobs ” Cordially disagree. The U.S. already has more than enough people. We have tens of millions of people who have been unemployed so long that they are no longer reported on the unemployment rolls and are simply classified as not “participating” in the work force. All immigration legal or otherwise should cease, except for White refugees from countries like South Africa and Zimbabwe. If jobs are unfilled, this means that labor is in demand and the domestic… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Lars Emilsson
1 year ago

Lars, in my heart I agree. The issue is tactics and what can be achieved in the political sphere. Big money wants such labor. Can we defeat both them and the Dem’s? Everyday down here, I watch video’s of the families rushing the border. They are not like us. All too often, they are extremely primitive Mestizos, if even that. Indio’s right out of the jungle in many cases. There simply is no way they can adapt and prosper in a high tech 1st world economy. Admission on the basis of merit at least offers a “chance” that such numbers… Read more »

Juri
Juri
1 year ago

Example how one country can rot. Switzerland just vote all their gun rights away with huge margin. One sunny Sunday and from one of the most armed country to one of the most disarmed. Historical centuries long traditions all gone.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-48328867

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Juri
1 year ago

Thanks for the depressing report. Just a matter of time before “they” pull the same power grab here. And my half my neighbors, who can’t think their way out of a box, will fall for it.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Juri
1 year ago

The interesting aspects of the report are: 1) capitulation due to greed or financial incentive, 2) to my knowledge, no connection to Switzerland has ever be made wrt terrorist weapons—last I read, the AK’s and explosives often used were from Eastern Block countries. 3) no immediate effect on possession to ordinary Swiss—confiscation comes later—say after another series of gin’d up terrorist attacks. Can’t really blame the Swiss, they trust their local government. So far, and from folk I’ve talked too, their system worked pretty well, e.g., they are not in danger of migrant replacement. But that’s the reason they need… Read more »

H_Bache
H_Bache
1 year ago

Regarding your recent podcast with Frodi Midjord and RamzPaul: Today, the Dissident/Alternative Right/White Nationalism is facing a crisis: the IT de-platformings of dissidents, cancellation of financial services, censorship of books, travel bans, Congressional “hearings” on White Nationalism, and etc. The Alt Right (I’ll use that as an abbreviation for the wider movement) needs to deal with the crisis. There’s a wealth of literature available on activism, information operations, agitation & propaganda, political mobilization, and so forth. Look at the various manuals written by leftist radicals, or published by the government over the last century on these topics. Alt Right podcasts,… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  H_Bache
1 year ago

expecting the Dissident Right to build support infrastructure in 2019 is like expecting someone who ran afoul of Union Pacific in 1869 to build their own railroad.

oldtradesman
oldtradesman
Reply to  H_Bache
1 year ago

Good attitude and excellent advice. I’ve pushed the organization thing for decades. Problem is, the dissident right is conservative by temperament and lacks the physical courage to do anything more than long for the return of Ronny Raygun or Jesus. The right’s intellekshuals have always advised against “organizing to fight da man.” Decades ago we might have got a handle on the problem. Nowadays the difficulties *are* almost insurmountable. Well, time grows short. Hopefully, in the time that remains, you’ll come up with a magic spell that’ll move these disappointed Republicants off the couch. Good luck to you.

Feric Jaggar
Feric Jaggar
1 year ago

“The machines are more polite and make fewer mistakes…”
You anticipated humanity’s epitaph by ___ years. Congrats. You’ve won infinite internets for the next three hours.

James_OMeara
Member
1 year ago

““why build a Parthenon in Nashville” is “why not build one?””

Um, because Vanderbilt? I thought you White Nationalist guys were always talking up old tyme Southern universities as citadels of scholarship. Warren, Tate, Davidson, etc. Oh, and that guy in A Face in the Crowd.

eah
eah
1 year ago

“Still, I’d like to get my hands on the engineer who came up with the idea for the car to recommend coffee breaks…”

I can with high confidence assure you it was not an engineer — engineers are generally KISS people (keep it simple stupid) — here the engineers were the poor schmucks who had to implement this nonsense.

Taking this anti-KISS spirit to the next level: I further assume that if you found the right menu you could disable this, uhh, feature.