Autumn World Tour

Every once in a while, I like to do a show on world events, not so much because those events are interesting, but because they are illuminating. We tend to get wrapped up in our politics and lose perspective on things. It’s only natural. We care about the stuff close to home, so we get emotionally evolved. Events abroad, however, have no emotional resonance, so we can look at them with a clear eye. That means we can see the salient points, without all the emotional baggage.

The Brexit story is probably the best example of this. Talk to a Brit and they have strong opinions about what is going on with their government. Those opinions run counter to what you see from their news, which is something all of us can understand. For most Brits leaving the EU is a symbolic issue. It is not about the facts of leaving the EU so much as what it would represent in the culture war. Like the battle of immigration in the US, each side of Brexit has emotional reasons for their position.

The self-abnegating side wants to remain so they can disappear into the nothingness of Europe, but most important, stick it to the other side. Like all leftist politics, it is just a pose. For the other side, it is about regaining their national identity. The trouble is, none of that really matters. What Brexit is really about is the rotten ruling class of Britain. These people hate the people over whom they rule and they take pleasure in defying them. The people stalling Brexit are doing it mostly out of spite.

From an American perspective, this is blazingly obvious. We look at a Jeremy Corbyn and wonder how such a grotesque character came to lead one of the parties. More important, how is it that he can walk around promising to sell out his fellow people, as if he is the head of a foreign army. Further, how can the Tories tolerate people in the party who are actively and unashamedly trying to subvert their party? From the perspective of an outsider, this whole Brexit show says England needs a rebellion, not Brexit.

Of course, this is true on America, maybe more so. It’s when you look at something like the Brexit story that you start to think about what is happening in America with the same detached perspective. To Europeans, what is going on in the Imperial Capital with our rulers looks like madness. There’s also the added fact that our rulers have control of the world’s most potent military and a nuclear arsenal. If you can imagine Jeremy Corbyn with a nuke, you know how the world feels about America right now.

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.


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Exile
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Exile

On Scandinavian English speakers, that’s a huge crutch I’m leaning on. I’m learning Norwegian (slowly – middle-age is not the time to learn a ton of new languages) as it’s supposed to be the easiest of the three mutually-intelligible Scandi tongues.

I’m still pronouncing everything in a horrid mashup of Deutch-lish and phonetic trial-and-error. It’s providing much comic relief for the locals.

Norwegian only has three new funny foreign letters to learn. Russian with its full Cyrilic alphabet is nightmare-fuel for December.

Sean Detente
Member

I looked it up and I don’t know about it’s ease of learning, but examples of white Norwegians talking indicate it’s the prettiest language of the Scandinavian languages.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Norwegian, or any Scandi language, is like beautiful music, like water over stones.

I followed a Norwegian family around the top of the World Trade Center just so I could listen to them talk!

(PS- the Twin Towers had a freight elevator taking tourists to the top floor every twenty minutes. It had floor-to-ceiling glass all around, you could see all the way to Pennsylvania and Conneticut.)

Bonus: Listen to Bjork, singing Icelandic sagas in her native tongue. OMFG.

Sir Balin
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Sir Balin

Wh Auden started learning Icelandic in his 70s!

I wonder what do you consider middle aged?

Exile
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Exile

I’ll get there, it’s just going to take longer than it used to.

Auden went to Oxford when it mattered & won a Pulitzer. I’m just a well-read redneck.

Mike_C
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Mike_C

Are you concentrating on Bokmål or Nynorsk? As to the speaking part, get drunk, put some pieces of hot potato in your mouth and you can pass yourself off as a native Danish speaker. (Having a stroke and slurring your words is an alternative, but not recommended.)

I’m going to catch hell for the above 😉 but it’s just a legacy of having spent too much time with a certain Swede (who has a terrible Scanian accent, so the glass houses thing applies).

Exile
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Exile

Bokmal – all the teaching stuff says to go with that one as the more common.

I have noticed Danish seems to be the least intuitively phonetic of the three languages for me. Haven’t tried it really drunk (yet).

Ripple
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Ripple

I spent some time in Denmark in college and became somewhat conversant in Danish. The vocabulary and grammar are more similar to English than are German or the Romance languages but it is quite difficult for a native English speaker to pronounce correctly.

kmbr
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kmbr

If you are an English speaker many of the Scandinavian sounds are so difficult to make. “Eueeewllll”

Vegetius
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Vegetius

England is the in the ‘lost cause’ column until the degenerate House of Windsor is liquidated and replaced with Good King Morgoth.

Member

They should go back to Hanover and do another search.

Member

Kind of makes you wonder what exactly we sent all of our young men to Europe to die for.

Carl B.
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Carl B.

The same reason millions of other young men have died in endless wars in human history:

To obtain/maintain the power and wealth of the Ruling Class.

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

No kidding. After two go rounds by my family in the 20th century the runnin g joke was that France was just a place they went to to kill Germans…

Exile
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Exile

It sounds heretical coming from a Californian, but Central and South America could end up providing more inspiration for future Americans to join Our Thing than Europe. Third Position populism and outright fascism has a pedigree and track record there. Despite (((best efforts))) to Holocaustianize the so-called “Dirty War” & other authoritarian counter-insurgencies, the south-western hemisphere has often accepted authoritarian rule as a net-positive given their multi-cultural and genetic situations. Their Whiteness-stratified racial caste system is 500 years old and most Latinos brag about Spanish heritage (or invent it) rather than shamefully concealing it. GoodWhite Shitlibs may not like it,… Read more »

Carl B.
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Carl B.

Vicente Fox is one of those “castizos” you mention and the only “ally” he deserves is an appointment with the gallows pole. I trust no Mexicans. Zip. Zero. Nada.

Exile
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Exile

The US dealt with the Soviets and plenty of other bad actors in the past and didn’t “trust” them either.

It’s one thing to say we have no interest in the affairs of Eastern Hemisphere nations, but Mexico and Canada are different enchiladas.

I’m certainly not saying “trust every castizo b/c castizo,” FFS. They may be part White but they’re still foreign.

As dissidents, we’re dealing with guys outside the “democratic” system that gave us Fox, Nieto et al. And when I say “we,” I don’t mean the USA, I mean us, as dissidents.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

On board with that. It’s realistic. They don’t burn down their own neighborhoods after a ball game. They don’t tear a country up with subversion. They don’t do foreign wars. They solve the NQ (blacks). Blacks don’t raise hell here. The quiet, successful reconquista of Califas is proof. Here I am in A’ Los, Los Angeles, the only white face at a big terminal downtown. No problems, completely at ease. These guys have a hard work ethic, mad technical skills, and an easy-going attitude. The sons learn from the dads and uncles, the girls listen to granma abuela and want… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

I see majority-Mestizo Latinos in general on the same level as Arabs – the smart fraction is functional but the normies need smart-fraction supervision & strongman tactics to keep them functional. The more castizo, the more likely they’re smart fraction. In my ideal-but-hopefully-realistic future, we develop separate communities that cooperate, which means castizo strongmen for them. We respect the homogeneity of each other’s ethnic core areas and only mix in the suburbs or the Free Cities like LA, SF etc.. What I’m proposing above is simply to start making the first overtures to sympathetic righties among the petty aristocrats who’re… Read more »

The Last Stand
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The Last Stand

Bonus, high class Latina women give pureblood white women a run for their money in the looks and femininity departments.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Definitely so, Last, in a competition they understand. Latinas and Brazilianas actually enjoy being feminine.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

I appreciate your thoughts about seeking allies, but I honestly think it’s mostly futile. You’re overlooking the tribalism of non-whites. It is deeply important to them that their racial group dominate in a way that whites can hardly imagine. Even smart Asians are not like us in that respect. They can never really ally with us. At their core, they resent us and can’t forgive us for our beauty and what our forefathers created.

Exile
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Exile

They’re welcome to dominate their own people and lands all they want. We haven’t seen a Latin strongman since Castro with pan-American ambitions, none have ever effectively been that sort of threat, and they’re forced to focus much of their martial resources on keeping their orcs in line. Whites will maintain the upper hand so long as we choose to. Browns have gained ground only where we’ve ceded it.

Tykebomb
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Tykebomb

The problem is that hispanics are assimilating. To Blacks. We’ve imported slightly better blacks, down to the gangbanging and victim complex. A 2nd generation invader legitimately believes that America was always 60 percent American but the Hispanics believe their coethnics were just hidden before 1990. The population density of 18th century Mexico is beyond their meager facilities. This is a problem for cross border cooperation. It requires a massive asterisk to complain about our Aztec LARPing mestizos without alienating a Proud castizo from El Salvador. That is assuming you can find one who isnt riding high and wants to rock… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

I meet quite a few of the petty aristocrat class, a lot of their families got into white collar jobs like law generations back in the US. Their disdain for Blacks, casual racism in general and openness to authoritarian governement are the main reasons I think it’s worth taking a look at. Agree on Mexican proles – they’re right there with Blacks in terms of consumerism and willingness to submit to farm animal lifestyles if they can have their cervezas & Cheetos and get their rocks off.

UFO
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UFO

Yup.

Anecdotally can confirm.

Mexican acquaintance is quite lazy, stupid, and slow. He is an alcoholic and watches Netflix all day.

Doesn’t really give a shit about anything.

You can see why his home country is a shithole, if you extrapolate that type of behavior to the majority of Mexicans (he’s likely one of the better ones at that).

Hey, I don’t care if mexico is a shithole or what Mexicans are like. I just don’t want them in my country.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I remember when Mexico was sleepy, agrarian, and libertarian. It was where you’d go to get away. Cabo, Acapulco, Baja.
Mexican Army? What for?

Mexicans didn’t invent the cartels.
“We” did.

(PS- heck, Dads, on his weekly boat run down to Venezuela post-War, remembered topless chiquitas standing on the beach and waving grass mats, yelling “f*ckee, two dolor!”)

Exile
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Exile

Drug-crime was always a thing with them, but NAFTA was a quantum upgrade for them in terms of cash flow & all that comes with it – most importantly total subversion of the government in most areas of Mexico. NAFTA took their brown-ditch-weed chihuahua drug trade and fed it until it became the Cerberus of cocaine & opioids it is today.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

NAFTA. Of course. Billy and the Bush Republicans, and the raid on the peso, after GoldSachs crushed coffee and corn, pushing bankrupted farmers here in the first wave. I talked to those guys in person, in CA, Arkansas, and the first Carolina colonistas. Janet Reno granted the first waiver for 500,000 laborers to Tyson in Arkansas. Mexico, even in the 70s, had whole mountainsides of weed. My neighbor slept on a pallet of it every nite after harvesting it by day. The governor of Sonora had petitioned the Federales for permission to grow pot, to help his poor state’s economy.… Read more »

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

The Cubans I grew up with looked wistfully at Chile and wished they’d had a Pinochet. Both countries were very similar—highly Castilian and with large middle classes (years of propaganda by Cuban apologists have erased this fact) and thriving economies. And ended up on very different paths. Viva Mi General.

Anon III
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Anon III

It’s Wikipedia, but how can you rationalize torture? I don’t understand this glorification of Pinochet. I guess you have to break a few eggs, huh?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights_violations_in_Pinochet%27s_Chile#State-sponsored_torture_and_repression

Member

Same way you rationalize prison, the draft, taxes, wall on a border…

Anon III
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Anon III

If you read what they actually did, it goes way beyond the perceived evils of prison, the draft, taxes, wall on a border…they just might be evil incarnate.

Exile
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Exile

Looking at public policy through the “good vs. evil” lens is a big reason why globohomo clown world exists. Maintaining order in a low-IQ, low-trust population requires strongman tactics. Saddam & Quadaffi are laughing from beyond the grave at our attempts to govern Arabs & Africans like Europeans. Our own government does equally evil stuff – they just have better (((PR Guys))).

Member

Evil incarnate, you say. I have a judge in Texas who is planning to allow an insane and hateful woman castrate her ex-husband’s son because the judge hates whites or hates the West or some other goddamn reason. What would it take to put an end to such things, do you suppose? And if the only way to prevent it was to do this evil, as you say, would you do it?

Anon III
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Anon III

If the only way to prevent it was to force the judge’s husband to rape their daughter in the judge’s sight, no, I would not do it. I would do my best to prevent it by some other means.

Exile
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Exile

Some of the more lurid torture stories should be taken with a grain of salt, just like Holocaust porn & the ridiculous stories they told us about Saddam’s rape rooms, Germans spitting Belgian tots on bayonets, etc.. More often than not those are fairy tales being spun by people who want to get you involved in their feuds.

BadThinker
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BadThinker

Let’s you and him fight.

Ursula
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Ursula

“If the only way to prevent it was to force the judge’s husband to rape their daughter in the judge’s sight, no, I would not do it. I would do my best to prevent it by some other means.”

Who’s talking about such a thing? Why be so stupid?

Anon III
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Anon III

It’s been reported that’s what Pinochet’s underlings did. Click on the Wiki link.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights_violations_in_Pinochet%27s_Chile#State-sponsored_torture_and_repression

“Not only were the suspects incarcerated, but their relatives were also arrested. Family members underwent sexual abuse in the presence of their relatives.”
[30] “Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation,” http://www.usip.org/library/tc/doc/reports/chile/chile_1993_pt2_ch2.html

“She was forced to have sex with her father and brother—who were also detained.”
[39] “Informe de la Comisión Nacional sobre Prisión Política y Tortura,” National Commission Report on Political Prisoners and Torture,” 2005, 249-250

I had rather not have to say such things, but you asked.

Ursula
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Ursula

Please pray for something good to happen to prevent his sick mother from destroying this beautiful boy. Pray for his father to remain strong and for judges to have wisdom.

Texas jury rules against divorced dad trying to stop 7-year-old son’s gender transition

https://nypost.com/2019/10/23/texas-jury-rules-against-divorced-dad-trying-to-stop-7-year-old-sons-gender-transition/

Anon III
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Anon III

Ursula, it’s already happened. “The judge presiding over the case of Jeffrey Younger, the father who is trying to protect his seven-year-old son, James, from chemical castration via a gender ‘transition,’ ruled today that the parents will have joint conservatorship over James, which includes making joint medical decisions for the child. Judge Kim Cooks of the 255th district also put a gag order on both parents so that they cannot speak to the press about the case and decided that the father is not required to pay attorney fees. The judge’s decision means that the Save James website will have… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Tiny, the propagandists said the same thing about the good Shah, too.

SAVAK killed 500 jihadis in 20 years, the jihadis killed 20,000. The Shah had overthrown that queer totalitarian dictator, Mossadegh, and was bidding to reclaim Aryan Persia from it’s Abrahamic overlords.

Islam was near dead, the Peacock Throne, Egypt’s Nasser, and the Ba’ath Party meant to kill it.

You wouldn’t believe what they said about a certain Chancellor, or about the 5 Tsars they murdered in succession. Those 5 reformers turned the slaves of the Golden Horde into an economic, cultural, and civil rights miracle.

Dutch
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Dutch

Persia has been trying to break the Abrahamic shackles for millennia, and just can’t quite do it. Those clerics have some mighty mojo going.

Anon III
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Anon III

I’m not Tiny, Alzaebo. Okay, I’ll reveal my true identity. I’m Quasi Troll Bunny. I’ve used “Normie” before, I think, but I’m not THAT Normie.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Oops, sorry Anon, I forgot to correct that
(I had leapt to conclusion, obviously)

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Anon, I was in the Gulf War and was told Iraqis were ripping premie babies from incubators. I was 20 and believed it. Turned out it was b.s. of course. Anytime you go to war, innocent people will die, women will be raped, children will suffer… so simply dont go to war and find “some other way” of doing everything no matter the foe or the peril. Not a serious statement. I always find these claims of “made to have sex with their daughters” more than suspect. No healthy sane father is going to be sexually excited by their daughter,… Read more »

Anon III
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Anon III

Yes, and our own President assured us that was the case with the preemies! At any rate, if you want to know more about the Wikipedia source, The National Commission Report on Political Prisoners and Torture-also known as the Valech Report, I believe-you can find more info here:
https://www.usip.org/publications/2003/09/commission-inquiry-chile-03
Sounds legit to me, but maybe it’s like our Warren Commission or 9/11 Commission Report. Who you gonna believe? Yeah, it seems extreme, but I don’t dismiss anything as outside the bounds of human evil.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Godd point Penitent, the Hysterical class seems to think we can make it do what we want

james wilson
Member

You don’t understand. “Evil incarnate” is when you exterminate 1% of the fellow travelers that have put in place a tried and true plan to subjugate normies forever.

Anon III
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Anon III

You don’t understand. Evil incarnate is the difference between a just war and torture.

Stina
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Stina

I read a great book – a novel – by a WOMAN, no less – that dealt with this kind of thinking head on.

To treat bad people with limp-wristed, wishy washy half-baked justice is not merciful to the INNOCENT.

All you invite is worse for the innocent victims.

I heard a woman testify once that she was uncomfortable with a “merciful” God who would send people to hell. And then she was raped. Now she understands that mercy is for the innocent, grace is for the repentant, and justice is for the recalcitrant.

So don’t be such a pussy.

Anon III
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Anon III

I’ve got no problem with proportional justice, but it seems the innocent, i.e., family members, were gruesomely tortured as well. Weren’t they innocent victims? What Pinochet’s henchmen did goes way beyond helicopter rides. But I guess the ends justify the means.

Member

How else do you justify your means?

Anon III
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Anon III

By their goodness or in other words, their quality of being in accord with standards of right or good conduct

Exile
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Exile

To see who rules you in a nation governed by “right or good conduct,” look to who defines morality. We’ve been hired out for every dubious cause on the planet in the name of “fighting evil” for over a century.

Member

What is the end to which a government exists, if not the safety and health of the people? That is the end, to which various means are utilized. It is that end which justifies, or not, the means to achieve it.

Anon III
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Anon III

The ends justify the means, you say. You’re an Alinskyite, not a Christian. This is not your thing:
1759 “An evil action cannot be justified by reference to a good intention” (cf. St. Thomas Aquinas, Dec. praec. 6). The end does not justify the means.

1761 There are concrete acts that it is always wrong to choose, because their choice entails a disorder of the will, i.e., a moral evil. One may not do evil so that good may result from it.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Anon,

You are having us on, right?

Please. I’m the moralizing wank on this site. Even I’m not this wankish. Move along.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

So what’s your solution, smart guy? It’s a war, a dirty war. You don’t always know who’s on your side and who’s not, who’s innocent and who’s not. I guess no innocent family members died in WWII. The countries that formed the former Yugoslavia are peaceful now. Why? Because they separated themselves in a brutal civil war where untold number of innocent people were killed and tortured. Again, what’s your gentle solution? How can you be so sure that you’d know who was innocent and who wasn’t? I’m sure that you’d never do torture, but how would you stop your… Read more »

Anon III
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Anon III

I don’t know what I would do, either. My only solution: look to your soul. Not that I’m necessarily anti-war but you catch my drift. XXX i sing of Olaf glad and big whose warmest heart recoiled at war: a conscientious object-or his wellbelov’d colonel(trig westpointer most succinctly bred) took erring Olaf soon in hand; but–though an host of overjoyed noncoms(first knocking on the head him)do through icy waters roll that helplessness which others stroke with brushes recently employed anent this muddy toiletbowl, while kindred intellects evoke allegiance per blunt instruments– Olaf(being to all intents a corpse and wanting any… Read more »

Ursula
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Ursula

Normie? Tiny Duck?

Anon III
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Anon III

No. I just don’t share the enthusiasm for Pinochet. He was a repressive dictator, torturer, plotted a coup against a democratically elected government. Ha ha, what’s not to love?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Maybe if Pinochet had asked politely?

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
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Nunnya Bidnez, jr.

” plotted a coup against a democratically elected government.”

Schicklegruber was democratically elected too. shame there wasn’t an effective coup against him. Would’ve saved tens of thousands of American servicemen’s lives.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Anon III- “I don’t know what I would do, either. My only solution: look to your soul.” Here’s a good post today from Vox to help with your morale quandary if you are being genuine. https://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/10/christianity-isnt-etiquette.html?m=1 You want to know what you do? You listen to what your foes are telling you they will do with Your People. Believe them when they speak in the hubris of safety before things get spicy. That’s their truth. Listen to their casual promises of what they’d like to do with your family, your children and the people that are like you. Keep that… Read more »

joe
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joe

Yes, it is hard to sort out the truth, but often there is enough openly admitted or obvious evil to justify action. For me, the destruction of Saddam’s military was justified just because he openly rewarded palestinian terrorists – the mistake was the rebuilding effort. Another month of war could have destroyed Iran’s military at little cost to our troops (Iran ~= Iraq, as shown by their 10 year war against each other). Then leave the ahole rulers to deal with angry populace w/o organized military. There we were looking for a target to blame for 9-11, saddam volunteered Iraq,… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Citizen, that’s often the reason the WWll vets refused to talk. Not about what they saw, but about what they did- rather, were pushed into doing.

(A literal Boomer here, dad and uncles in the War, I’m not blaming our guys.)

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Oh yeah, and that SurAm feminist, Rigoberta Menchu, peddling her book in US campuses, made the same claims- except that it was all made up. Meanwhile, Pappy Bush’s Contra Honduran honchos were murdering entire villages in Guatemala. Had to keep Ollie’s pipeline to young governor Clinton open while they were relocating Columbian Cali to Mexico’s banks and border. HWB was competing with the Cuban and Venezuelan ‘diplomatic exchanges’ already there. (Zeta is Cuban cartel, Sinaloa is Bush-Salinas cartel.) Noriega was taking too big a cut. You’re seeing the (((PR))) by gangsters fighting a drug turf war. Please tell us about… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

If you live in a house full of pit bulls, you make damn sure that they’re extremely well trained and know who is the alpha.

We’re changing our population from loving labs to pit bulls. You have to adjust.

Drake
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Drake

In my experience, labs are nearly as likely to start a fight, just really bad at seeing it through.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Black Labs Matter
All Labs Matter

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
Guest
Nunnya Bidnez, jr.

black labs
yellow labs
chocolate labs
meth labs

one of these things is not like the others

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

Remember who writes and edits Wikipedia. And that Pinochet had the shining example of Cuba and the insurgencies that active in Central/SA sitting right in front of him. Yes, if you sift out the leftist propaganda, he was still brutal. But I’ve helped run business in SA—Chile was one of the few places that worked and had a relatively high level of freedom.

Anon III
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Anon III

“Why not say-as some slanderously claim that we say-‘Let us do evil that good may result’? Their condemnation is just!” ~Romans 3: 8

Member

Your theological error is in assuming torture always to be evil. It is, like imprisonment, not evil of itself in all places and for all reasons. doesn’t mean I’d like to be tortured or imprisoned, but it is a tool that may be wielded for the good of the polity.

Anon III
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Anon III

Maybe there’s torture and then there’s utter inhuman, demonic depravity.

Exile
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Exile

Demonzing our enemies is how we excused the post-war rape and pillage of defeated Germany in 45-48.

tonaludatus
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tonaludatus

There was no need to excuse anything or demonize anybody, it is just a grave mistake to lose a war. Remember that what comes around goes around, and indeed there were a few Slavs in 1945 with somewhat longer historical memory than what we here in the USA have, what comes around goes around.

Member

Sure. And the depraved is condemned. But we generally have choices between two depraved options, do we not? And how depraved would the solution have to be before it was worse than a judge mandating a child be castrated? That’s the world we live in.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Absolutely agree with you there, Anon.

I strongly disagree with BTP because the USA’s College of the Americas Unit 317 (South America) and the black rendition sites (MidEast) were NOT for the good of the polity.

Conservatives, remember, anything they build, will someday be used on you.
Never let them trick you into building your future jail. You are the intended target, always. ALWAYS.

Member

Well, then you aren’t disagreeing with me, Alzaebo.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Not really, miss, quite so.
I mentioned torture isn’t a White thing, we won’t even allow cruelty to animals, although Mexicans do.
(I’m thinking of our glue factory horses, wrongly moved by Lefty to Mexico, and of circus animals.)

BadThinker
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BadThinker

It’s not ‘glorification’. It’s a recognition that the alternative is far worse, with far more death, destruction and torture.

Anon III
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Anon III

The Hoover Institution agrees with you. See, I’m willing to look at both sides and weigh them in the balance.
https://www.hoover.org/research/what-pinochet-did-chile

Member

you’re 20% of the comments thread. I think you might be a troll. But a good one because I’m not sure

Anon III
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Anon III

No, no troll here, just an America lover. Pinochets are un-American. Sorry to take up so much of the thread.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Torture ain’t a White thing to do.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

In Chile, 3000 Communists took over the courts, and murdered 300,000 people.

So Pinochet murdered the Communists, purged the judges and stayed long enough to make sure they were purged, returned the country to it’s Constitution, then retired.

He was Cincinnatus.

Anon III
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Anon III

Citation for the 300,000 murdered by communists in Chile, please? Not that I’m a commie lover. Then there’s this: “Chile recognises 9,800 more victims of Pinochet’s rule”
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-14584095

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

If I know the inevitable outcome of a communist takeover will be a body count in the millions (every single time)… am I wise to not stamp out the first flames when they begin to glow? Perhaps I should moralize and pontificate on what kind fire suppression is appropriate while my home is consumed.

Was Pinochet a saint? Nope. Was he correct? Absolutely. The body count that doesn’t exist because of his actions aren’t measurable because you can’t prove a negative. But comparable results from other communist regimes and revolutions are there for all to see. Eggs, meet omelet.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

From a comment, long ago, by a Chilean, who survived la Plaza del Sol

A number of others pitched in to agree.
They’d been waiting for a chance to speak to an American audience.

Member

Sure, we can trust Wikipedia. And you don’t think leftists would tell lies or make up stories about Pinochet, do you? Nah….

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Under Bautiste, with strong unions, public health care, public schooling, and foreign direct investment, Cuba had the eighth strongest economy and living standards in the world- higher than Austria, Ireland, or Japan.

james wilson
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Before Fido the Bastard, Cuba was free. How do we know that? You were free to go. Then suddenly you weren’t. It’s not very complicated.

UFO
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UFO

I have a complaint against your podcast.

You read too much from news articles. I like to hear your thoughts and opinions, not slow reading of an MSM article.

Read less. Talk more.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

My thoughts exactly. Of course having our host compile a summary from the article he wants to opine on is a whole nuther time consumer… and I understand he has a day job.

UFO
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UFO

How did Trudeau win? Well, he has let in at least 1.2 million immigrants since 2015. That’s at least 300-500,000 votes for him. Immigrants used to actually support Conservatives, but Trudeau is letting in a different type of immigrant now; stupid and poor, welfare stooges and grandparents. They know Trudeau is their man to loot the country. But lets not blame immigrants exclusively. The wealthy, white Anglo liberals are also extremely weak and pathetic. That said, the Conservative Party is absolutely pathetic and cucked. They want the same levels of immigration as the Liberals. They support gay “marriage”. They want… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

The breakdown of the traditional aspirational western culture. Cui Bono?

miforest
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miforest

no discussion about England is complete or relevant without understanding that they have a epidemic of this going on:

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2017/12/10/84-grooming-gangs-asian-report/

https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/10/25/another-asian-rape-gang-convicted-england/

this has been going on there for years and for a lot of the police look the other way. Its a miracle that any of these cases are solved, nad a lot of them aren’t

UFO
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UFO

Questions: 1) Why do white Englishmen allow this? For every rape against a white English girl, an English man must take matters into his own hands against a Paki (not rape him). Even if it’s a random guy. Imagine if you raped another clan’s children in Pakistan. I think you guys catch my drift about what needs to be done. 1 of us, so we need 1 of their men. 1 for 1. 2) Does the elite class allow this because they are actually pedos themselves? Tacit approval? It’s just mind boggling. I don’t think that even Canadians would be… Read more »

BadThinker
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BadThinker

Note how your framed this – ‘an English man must take matters into his own hands’, instead of ‘English men should band together and remove all of these non-Enlgish men from society’. This is the biggest problem with anglo/western culture and why we have sunk to where we are – the individual as hero mentality.

UFO
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UFO

Yeah, I mean that’s just the way we are. I am by nature individualistic. If every English man thought like me, it wouldn’t matter whether we were in a band or not. Millions of units combined into a great whole. In my view it’s the same thing. If millions of English men have that idea, or if English men band together… it’s the same thing, and they will have a pint afterwards. It’s in our nature and there’s nothing we can do to change that. Anglos are particularly known for that. My issue is not with individualism, the problem is… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

One of the biggest fallacies in Objectivism that I fell for was the the idea that “a society is nothing more than a group of individuals” – no awareness or account for things like group psychology or the scientiific fact that we evolved as social animals. Groups are qualitatively different from each individual man within the group and need to be respected as a different sort of actor in themselves.

The Last Stand
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The Last Stand

Objectivism, like all other forms of libertarianism is designed to keep white men from uniting to protect their own interests. It is hilarious because almost every libertarian I have known was a white guy, and they did not have the self-awareness to realize the implications of that.

Exile
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Exile

I’ve had some luck red-pilling CA libertarians with that dilemma – long story short, history and science shows that if you can either have your “Star Trek economy” or minorities. Pick one.

Stina
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Stina

There’s a real lack on national cohesion that they have been trained like dogs to shy away from. I read in a comment somewhere on another site that nationalism is the means by which individuals secure their rights. Problem is that Joe doesn’t think Andrew’s problem is his problem. He just thinks that Andrew is the unlucky bastard that got dealt a shitty hand and boy does he hope it doesn’t happen to him. We have been taught to think that taking on his pain and acting on it as if it is our personal pain is a bad and… Read more »

Rogeru
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Rogeru

A new meme: rope not rape
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Exile
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Exile

Putting Ed Dutton’s theories to good use.

Hemp – building a better Britain since 400 AD.

Member

Patience. It’s coming.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

It’s mind boggling, it truly is.

What blows my mind are the Brits who fiercely defend all this!

Who deny that there are any no-go zones!
Before it became illegal to say, any mention of a no-go zone immediately got flamed with hundreds of people denying it.

They’d demand a map.
A map was provided.
They’d call you a liar.

How is that humanly possible?
Could we imagine it in any other people?

But then there’s Sweden and New Zealand.
Entire goshdam streets blocked with chanting, praying Muslim men (or garbage) in the EU.
What problem, bigots!

Dutch
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Dutch

The breakdown of the traditional aspirational western culture. Cui Bono? (Do you see a pattern developing here?)

Ursula
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Ursula

Why aren’t white men protecting our white girls?!

Exile
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Exile

A lot of the victims come from homes that have been negrified by addiction and welfare, single mommyhood, etc…

In a Britan that throws you in jail for mean tweets, they’d publicy hang you during intermission at “Proms” if you went Paul Kersey on the “Asians” doing the grooming. The damned cops practically ran interference for them.

The Last Stand
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The Last Stand

They need to lose faith in their PC “justice” system first. When they realize that the only laws are the ones they enforce, retribution will be on the scale of Lepanto or Vienna.

The Last Stand
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The Last Stand

You know, for all the rants we have here about the shortcomings of white women, they also have a right to complain about this serious failing on the part of white men.

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The Spanish Left has a habit of exhumation – you can find lots of photos of their habit of digging up nuns, posing their remains in sexually suggestive ways, and mocking. They’re loathsome people. And they are the same as the Left here. Add to that the genuine regional differences, and you have an interesting situation.

The Spanish do offer a nod to regional differences, in principle. But as with all democracies, they can’t really mean it.

Exile
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Exile

I’ve read that kind of thing in honest accounts of the Spanish Civil War. Franco wasn’t a devil – if anything, he was too mild. A lot of Spanish commenters I’ve read in in Our Thing have basically called him a cuck.

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Yeah, the idea that he obliterated a peaceful republic is nonsense. The Red Terror was a thing, and the response was correct. Ws he too mild? Tough to say, these weeds never really go away entirely.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Thank you for that phrase, the Red Terror.
So true.

Franco saved Spain (with Germany’s help), returned its Throne and Altar, then stayed out and kept the Spanish Sphere out with him.

Trotsky was assassinated in Mexico, as his co-ethnics had been taking territory in Central America since the 1890s.
If anybody wanted revenge against Catholic Spain, these guys did. Never forgive, never forget.

War was declared on Germany and Japan after they signed a pact to defend their nations from the Comintern.

Per Dutch: “Cui Bono? (Do you see a pattern developing here?)”

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I have to laugh at claims of “the master race” and “XXX wanted to take over the world!”

Classic, hysterical projection, so freakin’ obvious now.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

(Moved)..

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

..

The Last Stand
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The Last Stand

@Exile, can you recommend any titles about Franco and the Spanish Civil War?

In the meantime, enjoy this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxrkkmEe80I

Exile
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Exile

For all things Latin-American, I start with a sometimes-guest on TRS, a Peruvian nick’d Zero Schizo.

https://therevolutionaryconservative.com

He’s heavy on the fash, so your mileage may vary depending on how far right you are, but he definitely provides globohomo-free takes and samizdat resources.

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This line from the Spain story really caught my attention!

“The independence movement had been anticipating an adverse ruling and organizing a popular response through a platform called Democratic Tsunami, which uses social media to mobilize supporters.”

You will notice that social media accounts were not suddenly banned for any made up reasons. When leftists use SM to organize violent protests for made-up causes, the SM companies are suddenly free-speech absolutists. It’s almost as if their biases are showing.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Saw a comment where one of the Catalan revolutionaries mentioned he was trained in Israel.

Sigh. Not again.

Yves Vannes
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When violence is inevitable attempts to put it off will only make the inevitable outbreak even worse. It’s better to kill 3 than 30, 3000 than 300,000. Someone needs to be the “sin eater”, to commit a lesser evil to avoid a much greater evil. Pinochet faced this and acted. The Polish general who cracked down on dissidents to keep the Soviet Russian tanks and troops out of Poland in the ’80s faced a similar dilemma and acted correctly. He saved Poland from being destroyed by non-Poles…but he had to commit a lesser evil to do so. The European peoples… Read more »

Gravity Denier
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Gravity Denier

It’s uncomfortable to admit, but good causes like the genesis and growth of the American republic have required lesser evils. Even the Revolution was hard on many relatively innocent loyalists. A lot of Indians paid a heavy price for the country’s westward expansion, and while I don’t buy the fashionable notion of indigenes as peaceful victims, their suffering was real. But let’s not be smug about this truth. We need to keep in mind that villains can define greater and lesser evils to suit their ends. A depressed fanatic worshiping the Union as the ultimate God — I don’t think… Read more »

BadThinker
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BadThinker

This is a problem that modern Christian morality has. Historical Christianity seems to have managed to square the circle on this.. “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.”

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I don’t yet have a huge amount of faith that Barr/Durham will ultimately arrive at the necessary destination, but my confidence that they will is improving RAPIDLY. If yesterday we learned there is an official criminal investigation, then that investigation probably started back in September when the DOJ IG report was sent to Barr, and that report contained criminal referrals. And I don’t mean “leaking to reporters” kinds of stuff…I mean “conspiracy to…” violate 4th Amendment rights (e.g. Flynn, Page, etc.), illegal spying, falsification of official court documents, lying to a Federal judge, and so forth. That explains the sudden… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

I have been watching all of this, too, and two things come to mind. One is that the bad guys know that their stuff is really bad, if they feel the necessity to go for a half-baked (actually, not baked at all and missing the bread dough) impeachment charade. Two is that the media and all the lefty mouthpieces have been test driving the idea of stating absolute untruths (e.g. Biden accusations having been “discredited”) and a big part of the public is showing a willingness to accept them and parrot them—because the untruths reflect their preferences, no matter the… Read more »

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The media is powerless to affect the hammer that is going to be dropped. This is going to drive them insane, and it is going to be fun to watch. Popcorn time.

Ursula
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Ursula

George Soros is funding the independence of Catalonia https://www.voltairenet.org/article198106.html “In 2014, George Soros’s Foundation, Open Society Initiative for Europe, funded organizations fighting for the independence of Catalonia. This is what La Vangardia revealed last year (2016). “According to internal documents the Soros Foundation provided: – 27,049 dollars to the Consell de Diplomàcia Pública de Catalunya (Catalonia’s Council for Public Diplomacy in Catalonia), an organization that Catalonia’s Generalitat [Translator’s note: this is the institutional framework for Catalonia’s independence] established with different private partners; and – 24 973 dollars to the Centre d’Informació i Documentació Internacionals a Barcelona (the Barcelona Centre for… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

The breakdown of the traditional aspirational western culture. Cui Bono? I seem to be stuck on repeat today, but there are thousands of these examples out there over the past century, and they lead to the same place, every time. International socialism was a wedge to break down the west, promoting totalitarianism in a form that allowed the few to sponge off of and lord it over the rest, and in a manner in which the shape shifting tribe of players and their scorecard were hidden. WW1 was the exercise of the wedge. Incomplete, as a twisted version of it,… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

So do I!
(Wont let upvote, so here’s a bunch)

At any rate, last time the Cucked brother called was to wish me a Happy Rosh Hashanah- (biting my lips at “Day of Atonement”…)

Today he sent a long email about Saint Greta’s warning, all about what could happen, might happen, will happen in the year 2100

I didn’t have the heart to tell him these same claims were made in 1922- yes nineteen TWENTY TWO-

But thanks, Dutch, you done cheered me right back up!

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Another Color revolution.

Me and the Ukrainian were watching the Orange Revolution on TV, the election between Yats and Yanucks. Georgi Schwartz (Black George) had a couple other Colors going on then too.

“They’re either balkanizing or federalizing, as it suits their interests. If it’s in Europe or near China or Russia, you can be sure any independence movements wanting to break off from their main country involve foreign blood and corporate interests. ”
Love. It.

The Oldest War, using Culture war- total war without weapons.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Totally OT:

Now that Magneto is an African, I really wanta see the revised Auschwitz scene

Ursula
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Ursula

Speaking of the British press scooping the American press, check out California’s finest, the young upstart Katie Hill, the pride of the U.S.A., brought to us by the U.K.’s Daily Mail. You must open the article to see the pics, which are outrageous. What kind of people would run for office after photographing themselves naked with bongs and making out with their staffers? Well, New Americans, that’s who. This is one skanky ho. Unfortunately, this is what the American culture now produces. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7609835/Katie-Hill-seen-showing-Nazi-era-tattoo-smoking-BONG-NAKED.html Shocking photos of Congresswoman Katie Hill are revealed showing off Nazi-era tattoo while smoking a bong, kissing… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

The only reason she is in Congress is because of vote harvesting. Born in California (and in other socialist areas), and coming to a precinct near you.

Exile
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Exile

Brits ripping her for her “Iron Cross” tattoo = poetic justice.

Given her lifestyle, she probably has “Property of the Warlocks – Ride or Die” tattooed to the flip side.

Dutch
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Dutch

Slightly OT, but Ace of Spades is going full DR over there today. He seems to have turned a big corner.

Exile
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Exile

Re: Jonah Goldberg – “he’s a corporate-supremacist pop libertarian at best.”

Easy with the anti-Semitisms there, goy.

Ace is one of the best of the civ-nats but being a dissident just isn’t in his makeup. He’ll go down with the ship but at least he’ll be bitching all the way down.

“I said ‘iceberg ho,’ but you a**sholes wouldn’t listen!!! Hope you’re happy!!!” glug glug…

Dutch
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Dutch

Ace is having a bit of trouble in identifying the source of the problem, it appears to be an incomprehensible mystery to him. But he is getting enlightened on what is going on, and what it means. Give him time, he’s inching over to our side.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

“The rules created by the left will be applied to the left as equally and punitively as they have applied them to the right. And when they beg for mercy, I’ll begin to reconsider. Or maybe not. Because fVck these people. …

I will never play defense again. I will attack, attack, attack, attack using their own tactics against them until they learn their lesson.

What I will not do is let them play my values against me ever again.”

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/368084.php

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Yup, that’ll bring me back to Ace.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Haven’t read Ace since the Schadenboner incident. (from ‘schadenfreude’)

When Trump was a candidate, my schadenboner became self-aware.

When Trump was nominated, my schadenboner became an FAA flight hazard.

When Trump was elected, my Schadenboner went on a seek-and-destroy mission for Kate Upton’s clam canyon!

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

@ zman – Listening to you quote the BBC about Brexit was a bit off-putting to say the least. You’ve been to Europe, how about actually talking to the people who live here and get first hand information. Like most Americans, you pop in for one of your society of mutual admiration club benefit events, talk about the same topics you write about and then jet home and tell us all about your experience in Europe as if you know what’s going on. You complain about fake news and laughable journalism, but that’s exactly what you’re doing with these whirl… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

If I may, govnah, bloody excellent tyke, er wot?

Really, that is the best description I’ve yet seen.
Karl, do you see any chance for Britain?

Aren’t they not part of the Schengen Zone?
If so, it still didn’t save them from the immigrant invsion.

Replaced if you do, bankrupt if you don’t.

What to do? The Kingdom is our mother, for gosh sakes. My grandad was born in London.

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

@ Alzaebo – The “immigration invasion” as you call it, has almost nothing to do with the present economic state of the UK. In fact, the majority of “non native” Brits are Commonwealth citizens; e.g. Indians, Pakistani, etc. and in accordance with British Commonwealth laws, they have every right to be there – https://www.gov.uk/right-of-abode/commonwealth-citizens https://visaguide.world/europe/uk-visa/commonwealth/ http://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/british-commonwealth-countries/ Now if you’re talking about immigration from other EU member countries, that’s based on “right to work” laws under the EU which Britian, and all other member countries, signed up for. You can’t have it both ways. Did you hear Nigel Farage stand up… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Superb. Much needed perspective, many thanks.

The City, reaping and pillaging- what they did to Ireland in the 1840s, and why the starving Irish came here to the US.

And the Commonwealth citizenship, yes- it was an (ethnic) firm that shipped in the Windjammer Jamaicans in ’48, for “much needed labor”. Of course they brought in Indians, Sikh and Pakis from Sasoon’s Raj.

Polish plumbers and Latvian call girls?
Illuminating about the EU labor cross-flows and EU investment.

I had once asked some English about Saudi money in London, they said no, the post-Wall “Russian” money buying the lux properties was worse.

Mark Taylor
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Mark Taylor

They can change who has a right to be there. The commonwealth rules aren’t written by Jesus. I can assure you England has no future if the don’t stop immigration.

AndyDan
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AndyDan

“It’s been the EU supporting funding projects because the Brits communities can’t afford to do it themselves “ For every pound we give the EU they give us back 38 pence and tell us how to spend it. So your sentence is complete bollocks. We’re a major contributor to the EU and not an “economic welfare parasite”. The future is not heavy industry, especially when your electricity prices are double those of Continental Europe. That’s thanks to the green nonsense. We don’t have the luxury of building lignite power stations because we stupidly obey the rules of the EUSSR. The… Read more »

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

@ AndyDan – Perhaps you should actually read something beyond the Sun, Daily Mail or the Express before attempting to debate in this blog. Perhaps the book I referenced which was written by one of your own countrymen would be a good start.

Please AndyDan, go with Brexit, Do the rest of Europe a favor and leave. You’ll be missed about as much as an Austin Mini Cooper…oh wait, you don’t build them anymore do you? We build them now. Interesting.

http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Brief-25-UK-manufacturing-decline-since-the-crisis.pdf

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I finally figured out how to classify the Zman’s old nemisis, the Puritans. Communism is secular Abrahamic Messianic culture. Islam is Arab Abrahamic Messianic culture. Puritans are European Abrahamic Messianic culture. The American slave-auction blocks had a huge synagogue behind them, but they had Puritan ships in the harbor before them. The Puritans would fight a proxy war for their bankster allies to keep control of King Cotton, to keep it out of the hands of the indebted plantation owners in their bid for independence. The banksters had meant to expand it into the New Spain lands south and west,… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

A corollary? Islam in East Africa, say, the slavetrader’s Swahili language (promoted by ykw in the US for blacks, absurd), the Luo raiders, female castration in Togo, the Muslim Hausa-Yoruba uniting to take the oil lands of the Christian Igbo.

All these cultural elements are foreign to conservative African societies. Islamic culture has no connection to African culture.

Edit: this was a clunky example.
Simply put, Puritans adopted a localized version of a foreign culture, Judaism.

The Puritan leaders been imperializing ever since.

Member

Somewhat OT but this is the Autumn World Tour and a positive tale might be welcome. I was vaguely aware of self-sufficient, all white (specifically, Afrikaner) enclave of Orania in South Africa. The Guardian had a detailed piece about it a few days ago. (I can’t do links but if you search “Guardian” and “Orania” it pops right up.)

The Guardian wrote in tones of astonished horror but I found it heartwarming. They’ve survived legal action thus far thanks to provisions of the SA constitution protecting cultural minorities. I also assume they’re heavily armed.

Enrique
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Enrique

Regarding the use of Spanish language (Spanish and Castilian is the same, wherever you speak it. Accents differ, but that doesn’t make them different languages) in Spain: Spanish is widely spoken all of the country, including Catalonia, Basque Country and Galicia. There are rural areas in these regions where it’s not, but it’s understood, and there are places where Spanish is predominant. Moreover, in these same rural areas the Catalan/Basque/Galician which is spoken differs from the one which is taught in the education system. Old Castilian became the language of America for demographic reasons: castilian speakers outnumbered non-castilian speakers, and… Read more »