Travelogue: Gatekeeper’s Ball I

Having self-medicated the previous night, I approached the prospect of a full day of lectures on civic nationalism with some dread. I did myself a favor and skipped the first speaker, but I arrived in time to hear David Brog deliver a long sermon on the glories of immigration and how immigrants made America. It was 200 proof immigration romanticism spiced up with some personal anecdotes about his Jewish grandfather’s journey to America and how much he loved his adopted country.

Of course, he sprinkled his sermon with more reminders about how racism is the worst and there is no pace for it in national conservatism. I suspect all speakers were told to do this, so that the media would record it. I counted fifty people at the media tables. Maybe the plan is to keep repeating the bit about racism so some of them will repeat it. Then again, this national conservative thing is shaping up to look like Mitt Romney style conservatism, so maybe these guys really believe this stuff…

The next speaker was a woman calling herself Mary Eberstadt. Her speech was garden variety civic nationalism. She made it clear that this new brand of nationalism is open to everyone. She did not break into a tantrum about racism, as has been the case with most of the speakers, but she made it clear that America is for everyone as long as they agree on the rules. The main difference between what we have now and what she proposes is the new thing is called nationalism…

The final speaker of the morning session was Yoram Hazony. It was an interesting performance to behold. He started out criticizing neoconservatives, making the absurd claim that the current crop of neocons are not the real neocons. They have strayed from the original into imperialism. Then he let it be known that one of the sponsors for this show was The public Interest, a neocon quarterly founded by Irving Kristol. The fact that he said this without laughing was quite remarkable.

He then moved onto libertarianism. It’s interesting to hear these guys criticize libertarianism, because they don’t really know why they oppose it. They just associate it with the cultural decline, so they assume it is the cause. There’s also a reactionary vibe to their fight with the libertarians. These new nationalists don’t like the libertarians, because libertarians oppose nationalism. For their purposes, maybe that’s enough to dismiss the economic arguments against their brand of nationalism.

The third part of his speech was a trade about white nationalism. He fumbled around trying to say something about biological reality, but that made him sound like a nut from the flat earth society. Then he warned about the threat of white nationalism, especially among young people. Then he made the claim that there is no such thing as tribal loyalty, which is an odd thing, given that he claims a nation is a collection of tribes. As in his book, it’s clear he terrifies himself when he follows his logic to its conclusion.

I said to my minder after the speech is that I enjoyed the speech much better when Paul Gottfried gave it in 1985. That’s really what this new nationalism is, when you clear away the wacky Christian Zionist stuff and the virtue signaling. This is just good old fashioned paleo-conservationism, stripped of its intellectual underpinnings. Instead of biology forming the foundation of nationalism, it is this magical connection between people that forms when people are in the same vicinity and given the right instructions…

I nearly bust out laughing at one point in Harzony’s speech. He was flapping his arms about the evils of biological realism, talking about how evil race realists like me are dangerous because we know a lot about the human sciences. He made the claim that race realists were delusional. As proof he talked about how people love dogs and soldiers build strong bonds. At one point, I thought he was going to claim trench socialism was proof that kinship is an optical illusion. The whole thing was bonkers…

The keynote speaker for the lunchtime crowd was Tucker Carlson, who was treated like a rock star. He gave a fun talk that was not really a speech about anything, more like a string of loosely connected anecdotes and observations. Carlson claims he does not consume much of anything on-line, but he certainly sounds a like a guy familiar with what gets posted on dissident sites. He did a riff on the opposite rule of liberalism that sounded a lot like this post from years back. Maybe it is just a coincidence…

The funny thing about this event is not a single person has bothered to mention that conservatism, whether neocon or Buckley, managed to conserve nothing. Further, they don’t put any thought into why it failed. They just seem to think if they can go back and do it all over again, the results will be different somehow. Not only is that impossible, it fails to address the internal defects of conservatism. The reason we are at this place, is the so-called conservatives chose to embrace Progressive morality….


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Alex
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Alex

I hope the check was big enough for Tucker for him to stomach being there. Everything I’ve read and heard from him recently indicates he’s much closer to our thing than those guys.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

There is a recent photo of Tucker hanging out with Yair Netanyahu, who tweeted about how Tucker is a big supporter of Israel

Tucker likes to steal our talking points, but we should look carefully to see what ends he is directing them towards

Tykebomb
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Tykebomb

The DR really should drape themselves in Israeli flags. It’s a great troll. Making the flag of Israel an alt-right symbol would be hilarious.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Fake nationalists have been doing that over in Europe for a long time… didn’t work out too well

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Felix_Krull

Maybe it works better if real nationalists do it.

And it makes sense: we want what Israel have: a country of our own. We should tout Israel as a role model, and never stop praising them as loud as we can for their sensible immigration policy.

Let the Israel Firsters suck on that: we’re more pro-Israel than the neocons, we want the whole world to be like Israel, not just Israel.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Feel free to try. You will get some support from the kind of people who attended the Israel conference Zman describes above. But it’s a bad idea, Israel is not a real nation, it is not a nation that practices morally defensible values that we would want to emulate. It’s the headquarters of an international criminal network. It is practicing theft, rape, genocide and colonialism. The bad kind of colonialism. Equating yourself to Israel is basically declaring your intent to commit horrible crimes against the rest of the world. Since we are in a position of weakness, doing that isn’t… Read more »

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Felix_Krull

Equating yourself to Israel is basically declaring your intent to commit horrible crimes against the rest of the world.

Normie doesn’t consider Israel a state criminal, he considers Israel a plucky underdog. My plan would leverage pro-Israeli propaganda to our advantage.

And white Americans are nowhere near the position of the Palestinians, that’s almost an insult. The Palestinians are a bunch of whiney, histrionic losers, topping the list of “Most Unwanted Immigrants”, right below Somalis.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

People have done Zio-Nationalism a million times. You can get support from the boomers who attend the conference in this article by equating yourself to Israel. But you are trading off your integrity, your ability to appeal to the youth and the truthfulness of your rhetoric to appeal to… boomers, who won’t do anything for you anyway. And It’s more of an insult to the Palestinians. If your values are based in nationalism, then “being a good immigrant” doesn’t rank in the list of positive qualities, they are supposed to be annoying. But they’ve endured a lot of hardship and… Read more »

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Felix_Krull

People have done Zio-Nationalism a million times.

They have? Who? How? Where?

The only person I know who does it, is Ramzpaul. Not even Ann Coulter has the spunk.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Basically all gate keepers who want to move beyond pure classical liberal CivNat hit on the idea of complaining about Muslims, sucking up to Israel, while begging to be allowed to have borders. Lauren Southern, The Golden One, Tommy Robinson, Rebel Media, that kind of stuff. It has been going on all along. This is an approach that all young people have been exposed to and most have moved on from. Feel free to try another version of it, but it is not innovative, and it ultimately doesn’t address the most important issue; America isn’t an independent nation and the… Read more »

c matt
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c matt

The point is we want what Israel has (a truly sovereign nation), not that we want to be Israel.

Musashi
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Musashi

Tucker is legit, one of the few mainstream talking heads that resonates with me. He gets it. He’s grown from his libertarian days, much like myself. Definitely someone we need on our side!

Mencken Libertarian
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Mencken Libertarian

I enjoy Carlson’s show. I watch it every night, in fact. But I can’t help thinking that there’s got to be a catch. Back when Bubba was in the White House, I listened to Rush Limbaugh. He was hilarious, and said a great many things that needed to be said. But once Bush II was in office, I realized that Limbaugh was just a partisan hack. Shame on me for taking so long to figure that out.

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Tucker openly embraces such oldies but goodies as the universalism of the founding, America is a proposition nation, we are nation of immigrants, and the donkeys are the real racists.

If one does not hear the above, one is deaf.

Mencken Libertarian
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Mencken Libertarian

Yeah, you’re right. I think what happens is one of these guys says a few things you really agree with, and you’re so happy to have heard it that when he says things that are obvious nonsense it’s easy to overlook them.
Mea Culpa

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No Mea Culpa necessary.

Yes, its great when he is slamming the Muzziette from Minneapolis / St. Mogadishu, but disheartening when he turns to a guest who frames Omar’s speech as, uber alles, anti-semitic, and an attack on the “only democracy in the middle east.”

Mencken Libertarian
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Mencken Libertarian

Exactly!

c matt
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c matt

He spouts them, But I don’t know if he embraces them. He does know who butters his bread, so he has to give his pinch of incense here and there. Whether he’s tossing incense to the DR or TPTB, hard to say. But at least some of the right talking points get exposed through him.

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

Sounds to me like a bunch of people on the Titanic talking about redecorating.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Sounds to me like a bunch of Jews trying to yet again co-op one of our movements. Any hint of whites starting to think like the tribe inevitably leads to a flock of Jews and their money to parachute into the area and take over.

Exile
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Exile

Harzony’s “new” nationalism is another (((Trotskyite))) entry/gatekeeping ploy. Give him any rope and he will hang a Con, Inc size albatross around the neck of white nationalism. Drive this Gypsy from our midst.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

I was kind of surprised how obvious this attempt was, it must be aimed at boomers or something.

I could imagine a much more appealing, less obviously Israeli version of fake nationalism. That would be a threat, people are desperately looking for something.

This isn’t even close to Trump’s 2016 fake nationalism

george
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george

I just watched Lindsey Graham half heartily defending Trump concerning the “go back to where you came from” comments directed at the commie 4.

About the first words out of Lindsey’s mouth were something about ” They hate Israel and are anti-semitic.” Then he said Trump should not have said what he did.

I could not possibly care less if these people hate Israel. I am concerned that they hate America and the founding stock. As a U.S. Senator his first thought should be how events affect America. Not Israel.

Mark Auld
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Mark Auld

We would all be interested in your take on Tucker.

Glenfilthie
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Glenfilthie

I can just imagine how our blog host was taken to this thing: straight jacketed, trussed to a wheeler like Hannibal Lecter…
Try to behave yourself while you are there and don’t cuddle anyone’s milk. We will kill and eat these weaklings all in good time! 🙂

Carrie
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Glenfilthtie: re: “all in good time” is such a good reminder, I had no knowledge of george’s reference above to Donald’s response to the Brown Four Congress Femi n a z i s, of “go back to where you came from.” So just this morning, in some post-workout conversation (only ladies were present) I shared an anecdote with a fellow swimmer. Story was essentially: my response to a crabby old French lady years ago who thought she owned our local pool and thus was allowed to be snarky and bossy to rest of us. Eventually I got tired of it,… Read more »

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As Heartiste remarked, you are on a roll lately. Keep the good stuff coming. Self-medication is a good thing.

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Felix_Krull

Has the Heartiste re-surfaced?

BadThinker
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BadThinker

He’s on gab still: gab.com/heartiste

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Felix_Krull

I see. Thanks.

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

Z Man said: “The funny thing about this event is not a single person has bothered to mention that conservatism, whether neocon or Buckley, managed to conserve nothing. Further, they don’t put any thought into why it failed. They just seem to think if they can go back and do it all over again, the results will be different somehow. Not only is that impossible, it fails to address the internal defects of conservatism. The reason we are at this place, is the so-called conservatives chose to embrace Progressive morality….” I’m sure everybody here has read this quote by Robert… Read more »

Ben Meyer
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Ben Meyer

You people talk about racism like it’s a good thing.

Maybe I misunderstand you but if not just let me remind you that the vast majority of the country is committed to fighting racism and white stuff supremacy

You will lose

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

Hey Tiny Duck….back from a busy day at the cuck porn studio?

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

Ben Meyer said: “…let me remind you that the vast majority of the country is committed to fighting racism…” Dear Ben. If you think that what you and all your loved ones are doing is winning some big prize, then you deserve to drowned in the cesspool of your own blind ass stupidity.

Exile
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Exile

We’re really getting the shit-tier trolls around here. The vast majority of the country doesn’t give a damn about anything but Netflix & Walmart, and every legitimate commenter here is worth a thousand orcs and bugmen. As racist Frank Miller said in 300, “see, I brought more soldiers than you.”

King Tut
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King Tut

The you have nothing to worry about. Relax.

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Hold on. It seems to me that YOU are the real racist. Have you even thought about that?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

**belly laugh**
Good one, BTP!
She shoots, she SCORES

c matt
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c matt

If winning is a ringside seat to boxing matches at Disneyland, I’d rather lose.

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

>>>but she made it clear that America is for everyone as long as they agree on the rules.<<<

And those rules are the result of millennia of Anglo/Nordic Heritage, which itself is underpinned by Anglo/Nordic biology.

If we can agree on that, I’ve no issue with finding common ground with CivNats.

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

@MemeWarVet. Agree on the rules!? Read this from Zero Hedge. “Bombshell Report Reveals Up To 30% Of Federal Inmates Are Illegal Immigrants.” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-22/bombshell-dhs-report-reveals-30-federal-inmates-illegal

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

Not sure I see the connection there.

My point is that if CivNats agree that traditional (pre-65) Americanism has a biological basis, then it becomes de facto racial nationalism.

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

MemeWarVet said: “Not sure I see the connection there” The connection is real easy. Your “Anglo/Nordic” rules are irrelevant to the brown tsunami. “But she made it clear that America is for everyone as long as they agree on the rules.” This women is just another numbskull living in a comfortable bubble. If she lived in a neighborhood full of blacks and browns and could see who they really are, she would hall ass down to the border wearing camouflage and holding a machine gun. .

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

I was kind of surprised by the failure of a real civic nationalism to emerge post Trump. What we call civic nationalism today is just mainstream conservative or yesterday’s liberalism, it still accepts recent immigrants as more American than racist Americans and just wants Americans to be replaced legally. There was little or no ideological development post Trump, we just ended up with generic, zero-ideas mainstream conservatives in the MAGA camp and White Nationalists on the outside. Mostly Trump just made conservatives more pro-gay. I guess you can see hints of authentic American civic nationalism in people like Ann Coulter,… Read more »

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

I think perhaps the sort of Civic Nationalism you’d referenced might have developed if Bannon had stuck around. Once he was out of the picture, it was all Express Train to MIGAville.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉
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vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉

We have to fight, not argue about rules first.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Who is “we”?

Is Jared Kushner “we”?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Dagnabit, Crud, show some respect for the office! How dare you disrespect the President!

Barnard
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Barnard

If you attended Rich Lowry’s breakout session and got through it without laughing that would be impressive. I would guess Tucker’s staff reads a lot online and gives him recaps of what they find interesting and worth his time. A couple of them must be at least sympathetic to reality based on what makes onto to his show.

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If one were to attend Rich Lowry’s breakout session, one would need a testosterone booster shot afterward. Women, too.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Doesn’t matter what these Yahoos and YaJoos think. They can point and sputter all day about the evils of biological nationalism – as though there’s another kind – to their cuck audience. It’s coming. The Dems are on the cusp on permanently controlling the White House, and, therefore, the judiciary and bureaucracy. And the Dems are all in on tribalism, including pointing out the existence of the ruling tribe. Whites – and Jews – are about to get tribalism good and hard. All the virtual signalling in the world won’t protect whites from an Andy-like roll in the hay with… Read more »

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3g4me

Citizen: You’re on a roll today. Lots of excellent comments – one reason we all like to hangout at Zman’s place – it’s generally free of the pontificating, boring, civnat boomertards that have made iSteve such a turgid, repetitive place. Plus Zman doesn’t moderate comments for days, even if when one disagrees with him. Nor does he term those who disagree idiots and ban them.

Mencken Libertarian
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Mencken Libertarian

I heard he punched one of those icky libertarians! Could that be true?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Open borders libertarians are as fictional as van poolers. They’re another media creation like Buckley conservatives or right wing militias.

Major Hoople
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Major Hoople

America, where color sees you…

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

It doesn’t matter what these Yahoos and YaJoos think about biological nationalsm – as though there’s another kind. It’s coming. The Dems are on the cusp of permanently controlling the presidency, which also means controlling the judiciary and the bureaucracy. And the Dems are all in on tribalism, including pointing out the current ruling tribe. Whites – and Jews – are about to get to know tribalism about as gently as the Andy got to know the sisters in Shawshank Redemption. Like so many generals in history, American Jews are fighting the last war. They still think that the big… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Come now. After they murdered Czar Alexander, father of Nicholas, they unexpectedly heard the sound of Cossack hoofbeats!

Having suddenly discovered they had been historically pogrommed, they fled to America and started lighting off anarchist’s bombs in public squares.

So. Oppressed. Just like the Brown of Four!

Tykebomb
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Tykebomb

Never doubt the power of the mind to delude itself. People can contort themselves into some wierd logic not to abandon their preheld beliefs. It’s been shown that beliefs are strengthened by contradictory information.

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Official Bologna Tester

Tykebomb said: “It’s been shown that beliefs are strengthened by contradictory information.” I think your talking about “confirmation bias.” Here’s a wiki link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation_bias . Personally, I just think these people are nostalgic and what to get the band back together. In the hay day of the buckley cartel they were young and full of hope. They had a long run, but now it’s fading away. The buckley years where like Wood Stock for square middleclass conservatives .

Yves Vannes
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Did you have a chance to catch Peter Thiel’s speech? It made the national news. My workplace is in complete meltdown over it.

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Yes…heard Thiel on Tucker. What is your work and why high Chinese grand drama meltdown relating to your work? Please tell. Thanks.

Member

I’ll tell you whether I’m a racist or not once someone actually defines the term. As it is, I find nothing shameful about the term, but I’m happy to recoil in horror if it turns out the word means something really bad, like someone who notices the divided loyalty of certain people….

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For example, I noticed that blacks are about 14% of the US population, and black men make up about 6% of the US population, but black men make up about 70% of the NFL and about 74% of the NBA. Is it racist to notice this disparity? If i say, hey, it looks like black men appear to be particularly gifted at sportsball activities, is that racist of me? if so, why?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

What is 13/50?

kleist
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kleist

Your first paragraph persuades me that I don’t want to hear more about these people. Only immigration that interests me is negative immigration: no green cards, no H1Bs, no naturalizations, wall, deportations, Official English. Maybe 100 genius visas for authentic world-historical geniuses, but that number may be too way too high.

Member

I sometimes tell people: If you had lost as much money over your career to the H1B visa program as I have, you’d be hunting Indians with dogs.

Member

Tucker was back at it again tonight. He started off really well, describing the leftward drift of the Democrats as a result of the Four POC Women who seem to be leading the party over the falls. When he’s finished eviscerating them, he welcomed his guest. A negro then comes on to carry water for Tucker and praise Trump for getting black unemployment so low. We whites are supposed to gush about this, I guess. No wonder Carlson showed up at that event today. He loves to play in liberal sandboxes.

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Let’s try not to purity spiral all over Tucker’s face. He’s the best thing we’ve got going by far, and he’s not even one of us.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

It’s impossible for us to “purity spiral” against Tucker, he’s a powerful and wealthy figure with a huge platform and we are some guys in the comments section of a blog. He won’t be “scared off” by us, we don’t effect him. All we can do is offer a dispassionate analysis of his strengths and weaknesses. Tucker seems to push the envelope on populist issues and may even hint at knowledge of the… uhh… globalist elites But I’m not convinced he is actually pushing the envelope on race, there are dog whistles he could be using that he isn’t using,… Read more »

Member

There will be Jews. Yep. Thanks for the heads up.

c matt
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c matt

WRT Tucker: Trust . . . but verify. He may be a closet DR, and building his brand until he’s too big to seriously injure, and in the meantime, has to walk a fine line (pushing some issues here, counterbalance with a virtue signal there). Or, he may be taking us for a ride. But at least he gets some DR points into mainstream consciousness.

c matt
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c matt

I don’t necessarily disagree, but I think Tucker’s objective is to keep the Dems out of the White House, keep the Senate, and maybe even take back the House. To achieve this end, he pushes certain narratives much like Trump himself. How to win the election? Objective 1: scare the normies, especially the swing voters. Do that by making the Foreign Four the new face of the Dem party. He was pushing that hard last night. Also make Antifa the Street Action Auxiliary of the Dem party. Also pushed that. Objective 2: Accept that AIPAC and The Nose are too… Read more »

Member

You can’t compare people that built a civilization out of wilderness to people show up wanting guaranteed housing and food and Medical Care. Its nonsense but it’s been very effective nonsense for a long time. If I ever personally hear someone say those things are comparable I will correct them

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

Sounds like the whole “Cargo Cult” thing come to life again. Any sightings of old neo cons and Buckley-ites making objects and effigies out of sticks and vines?

dad29
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You’ll like this, I think. Limbaugh spent quite a bit of time making the point that Tlaib, AOC, et al act as though being a US citizen has to do with “magic dirt”: that is, merely being on US soil is sufficient for citizenship. He made it clear that he does not like their “magic dirt” theory.

And yes, they can leave any damn time they want. I’ll chip in.

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Conservatives promoted the magic dirt theory for decades

Omar, AOC and Tlaib are what they got.

AOC is a fake, but I enjoy the other two, to rub the boomer’s faces in the diversity that they spend decades defending.

“As long as they come in legally”

It’s far better to have the boomers realize their error now, than to have a soothing, non-confrontational replacement.

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vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉

Z man; doing the job we can’t without getting arrested.

Or I couldn’t.

Meanwhile the world buzzes around them as CNN et el pick up the Banner of Deportation.
So now the topic is deportation of foreigners.

Trump isn’t our Washington.
He’s our Sun Tzu.

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

Sure thing, Bill Mitchell, put the Kool Aide down…

Carrie
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VXXC:
What’s your deal?

I’m all for healthy debate and disagreement, but your ratio of useful contributions to useless contributions appears to be, at this point, about 2:9.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

He could change the policy- and that would be reversed tomorrow.

Never let a crisis go to waste.
This is about building a long-term momentum, a sea-change, after our long civnat slumber.

I’m with vxxc on this.

All I can do is hope Trump is overdoing it to send a hidden message, an S.O.S.!– he’s “draping himself in an Israeli flag”.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I know, I know, 100,000 per month-
But if that don’t light a fire under your azz, I don’t know what will.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉
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vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉

Trump mentioned anti-Israel congress critters because its free and reflex level buzz.
The enemy then devours themselves. Again Trump knows his enemy.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/266010

Vegetius
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Vegetius

Is there anyone in the audience that is neither white nor Jewish? Under 40?

Member

Tucker probably knows all about this: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Fox_effect

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

There he sits, thinking about what an unholy mess his sock drawer has become. It’s a travesty, really.

Remember, black socks go to the back of the drawer!

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉
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vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉

Orange Bad Man tweets against Prog squad with one hand – distraction.
And a much needed boost for all our morale. We’ve all been dying to tell them to GTFO all our lives.

But with the other hand he adjusts the Federal Register to end asylum on Mexican Border.

Brilliant, and his pattern.

Rough Carrigan
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Rough Carrigan

This brand of conservatism is ideological homeopathy.