The Freak Show

I was a little stumped on what to do with the show this week, so I figured something on current events might work. My day job keeps me busy this time of year, so I am pressed for time. A “review of and comment upon the news” type of show is easy to put together compared to some of the other stuff I like to do. I just need to find a handful of news items that are interesting to me. The show writes itself. I have not been following the news much lately, so it meant scanning the main news sites.

I’ve made this point about cutting the cord, but it applies to following current events as well. When you step away from this stuff for a while, coming back feels like you are entering a strange new world. Like Hollywood, the people engaged in politics have always been weird and alien. When you see it every day it is a familiar weirdness that you just accept. Go away for a while then come back to it and you see that our ruling class is foreign and deranged.

A great example of the strangeness is this video from yesterday. I first saw it on Tucker after I put the show together. My goodness. Look at those eyes. That’s the result of lots of pills washed down by lots of chardonnay. If that face popped out of the darkness, you would die of fright. Then there are the facial tics. I kept waiting for smoke to start coming out of her and then her face to fall off. Those ticks reminded me of this scene from the old Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.

The thing that keeps coming to my mind is that there was a meeting in Pelosi’s office discussing this ridiculous stunt. The heads of the mass media operations, her staff and assorted party operatives all decided that was a good plan. Sending that dilapidated old bag out to slur through that speech was their plan. Maybe they are stuck with her, but who in their right mind would sign off on that speech? The greatest thespian on earth could not perform those lines without making the audience wince.

Speaking of Tucker Carlson, he did a segment last night on this story about Conservative Inc. taking bribes to peddle opioids. The story itself is shocking for its cravenness, even to cynics on our side of the great divide. American Enterprise was trying to kill white people, for just a few grand a year from Purdue Pharma. It really goes to the heart of things. These freaks and weirdos ruling over us hate us. They hate us so much they will partner with a mass murderer to poison us.

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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This Week’s Show

Contents

  • 00:00: Opening
  • 05:00: A Quack In The House (Link) (Link)
  • 15:00: Lisa Page Should Swing (Link) (Link)
  • 25:00: Burn The Witches (Link) (Link)
  • 35:00: Circus Update (Link)
  • 45:00: Foreign Weirdos (Link) (Link)
  • 55:00: Closing (Link)

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Chaz
Chaz
Member
8 months ago

Friday! Fuckyeah! The sweet smooth vocals of the Zman himself.

karl Mchungus
karl Mchungus
Reply to  Chaz
8 months ago

is that a Team America reference?

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
8 months ago

Anyone that expects the IG report to be anything earth shattering is a fool. Have a few decades of responding to internal audit and regulatory audit reports under the belt Even when significant issues are present, these are buried in dry bureaucrat-ese that has to be closely parsed for the real significance.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  SamlAdams
8 months ago

Aye, there’ll be no non-conformities, only OFI’s.

M. B. Lamar
M. B. Lamar
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

No kidding! Why does Internal Affairs exist? To assure people that everything is on the up and up, and, if the lid is entirely off the pot, to produce a scapegoat.

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

Watch Clinesmith. Right now he is the most likely fall guy for all this.

Rcocean
Rcocean
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

The DOJ IG Horowitz already whitewashed Comey and McCabe. Why would he behave differently this Time? I noticed that Hannity is no longer talking about the upcoming report, but has moved on to Job Numbers.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  SamlAdams
8 months ago

You are correct Mr. Adams. If and when someone is fired or hauled off to prison, then one will know that the investigation was real. Till then, it’s all a dog and pony show.
I’m gonna go way out on a limb here and say;
1) The whole “shampeachment” saga (Scott Adams’ word), is simply content to fill the endless hours of programming that is needed by the MSM.
2) Said MSM WANTS Orange Man to be re-elected because, ratings! If T-Rump was off the stage, what the hell would fill the time?

Sam Detente
Sam Detente
Member
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
8 months ago

>Said MSM WANTS Orange Man to be re-elected because, ratings! If T-Rump >was off the stage, what the hell would fill the time?

I don’t know, the glorious struggles of the resistance against the evil white supremists amidst the backdrop of continuous fake hate crimes and false flag terrorist attacks? If current attitudes towards the impeachment proceedings are any indication, Trump has been a massive blood infusion rather than a boon.

Outdoorspro
Outdoorspro
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
8 months ago

Our host and others here have often made this very important point: don’t ever be the fool who thinks the progressive left will someday be satisfied and done. There is no end. There is always ‘progression’. Therefore, once Orange Man Bad is out of the picture, they can move on to more glorious causes. Imagine being the Jew in Warsaw saying to himself, “It can’t possibly get any worse.” That sir, is a fatal failure of imagination. The MSM is not an independent entity. They are heavily integrated with the Democrat Party and progressive left. Obviously, the are the ‘propoganda… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Outdoorspro
8 months ago

Or the Kulaks under Stalin…Which is more relevant to our situation…

karl Mchungus
karl Mchungus
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
8 months ago

dozen plus people have been fired already.

Guest
Guest
Reply to  SamlAdams
8 months ago

I agree the IG report by will be the bland work product of a bureaucrat. IG (((Horowitz))) took office in the Obama administration, is almost certainly a Democrat, and is the same IG who whitewashed the fact that Comey leaked classified information to a law professor with instructions to share it with the New York Times. He’s going to whitewash this as well. I do not believe that AG Barr is going to let this slide. He’s already publicly disagreed with the assertion by IG (((Horowitz))) that the FBI had adequate information to justify opening an investigation into Trump. Barr… Read more »

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

This faith in law is touching and tragic.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

Guest; I certainly hope you are right. What we have here is highly divergent theories of outcome. ‘More of the same from the swamp’ is the ordinarily the ‘other things equal, tomorrow will be very much like today’ prediction. This is the likely bet knowing nothing else. But, like with local weather predictions, this is only true given no interruptions from powerful external, wide-scale systematic movements. And there is *some* evidence of external systematic movements. The real question is whether there are some of the Cloud who can realize that their happy world is at high risk. As you say,… Read more »

ProUSA
ProUSA
Reply to  SamlAdams
8 months ago

Being the eternal, hopeful, optimist, I am distraught. You mean there will be no pressure on a lower level conspirator to rat on a more senior culprit? I’m the fool, clinging to hope. I hope and want them all to hang. So, the impeachment sham is attempting to manufacture a crime based on opinions about Trump’s motives as well as what he was probably thinking even though he cleverly covered his tracks. Yeah, Trump may have been nudging Zelensky, but he committed no crime. Now, we expect the Obama Administration to get off Scott-free on the same basis. Gutless men… Read more »

Vegetius
Vegetius
8 months ago

After Tucker’s segments on Paul Singer and Purdue Pharma/AEI, is there anyone on our side who still has doubts about him? If so, why?

Ant Man Bee
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

Nuts are generally (and somewhat evenly) distributed throughout all elements of society. We have nuts, they have nuts, there are nuts on the sidelines. There are always crazy people, and also somewhat-sane people who are so emotionally fragile that they are functionally indistinguishable from crazy people. There are also erstwhile-sane people who for some reason believe ridiculous things, despite being rational and competent in all other aspects of their lives. Talk calmly and rationally and factually to a climate change nut for five minutes, and watch them wind into a frothing seething frenzy of rage and hatred. Then you find… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

The other side’s nuts are roped and controlled, and have a media that covers for them (see Yaniv, “Jessica”).

Our side’s nuts go full Christopher Cantwell and do us irreparable harm.

Ifrank
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

“We have a lot of people on our side who are nuts.”

We have a lot of people on the other side who are nuts.

All the nuts think everyone else is nuts.

Is there any room left for the not nuts?

Flair1239
Member
Reply to  Vegetius
8 months ago

Tucker will not openly embrace White Nationalism. But he seems to be embracing “third position” Civic Nationalism. You could even describe him as pro-West.

The next candidate I vote for will be explicitly pro-white. Until someone is ready to come out unashamed I am not going to be strung along again.

I like Tucker. Watch him every chance I get, but he is not an identitarian.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

Ok, but to have those beliefs requires that you put a wall around your society. Unlike a libertarian fantasy, civic nationalism could work but only in a country 80%+ white. A race realist CivNat should know that and acknowledge that racial reality.

The paleos didn’t want to be racist, but they were fooling themselves. You have to be racist, i.e. government discrimination against other races in the form of not allowing them into your country, to protect your civic nationalism and, ironically, to avoid racism within your borders.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

I really don’t think it matters. Even if Tucker were a full own white nationalist he would be gone the moment he hinted at that belief.

He is as far right as you can be on network television, and always punches left.

Member
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

Paleocons didn’t disappear but many embraced what we would call the present dissident right positions. As far as race and racism things are different now. We’ve grown. (of course by today’s woke standards I would have always been considered a racist. As Andrew Breitbart used to say. So?

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  David_Wright
8 months ago

If you’re not racist under today’s definition then you hate yourself, your family, and anyone like you…That would be a good reply to anyone calling you racist…

Sam Detente
Sam Detente
Member
Reply to  Flair1239
8 months ago

Tucker running for cracker-in-chief ain’t gonna happen, if that’s what you’re implying. I like the guy for the most part, but his views and demeanor are from a bygone era circa 25 years ago when the Paleocons had a decent shot. I live overseas and don’t have access to Fox News, so I could be completely off about him; but I have sped-read his book and he just reminds me too much of Pat Buchanan.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Sam Detente
8 months ago

Tucker is merely John the Baptist.

Is there a Messiah?

UFO
UFO
Reply to  MemeWarVet
8 months ago

No. Stop waiting for the Messiah. Go out and do the footwork. Some thought Trump was the Messiah. Look how that ended up.

Get off your ass and start building dissident communities.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  UFO
8 months ago

Tough to build dissident communities when you can’t trust the other guy.

Less than a month ago, a regular poster on this board endorsed doxing and said that Ricky Vaughn “got what he deserved.”

This is why I’m online-only.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  MemeWarVet
8 months ago

Wait; you can certainly get 3-4 guys in real life.

I’m telling ya; the gun club. And time.

bilejones
Member
Reply to  MemeWarVet
8 months ago

We all fervently pray that Nancy Pelosi doesn’t play Salome.

Member
Reply to  Sam Detente
8 months ago

Really, not enough for you huh? Got any ideas or suggestions?

Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Sam Detente
8 months ago

Pat has been on our side and shouting the truth about the subversion of the U.S. for 50 years. He is 80 now, and I’d still vote for him. You put Tucker in fine company.

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

I came to this from the other direction but watching Pat get smeared onstage by those usual suspects back in 1992 made a powerful impression on me.

If I had been a little quicker on the uptake and a little less loyal to the family tradition, I would have gotten here about ten years before I did.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBwVvyh8tcg

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

Buchanan is a major reason I made the jump between Con, Inc. and Our Thing, among millions he’s red-pilled. At his age I can’t fault him for not making it all the way to where we are. Almost all of Tucker’s audience are Buchananites whether they know it or not. Pat started from a pre-WWII mindset & mainstream Conservative values (for the 1960’s-70’s) but still managed to get every major question in Our Thing right – the race question, the economy question, the intervention question, the culture question and the Jewish question. His only failings, if you want to call… Read more »

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  Sam Detente
8 months ago

You say that like it’s a bad thing.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Flair1239
8 months ago

I still wonder: How do you become “pro-white” when the White race has shown so often and so well that it hates itself? Given that at least half, if not more, of the Whites out there wish death on the other half how does one say they are “pro-white?” Honest question.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Speaking for myself, I see it as love for family, for what my extended family has accomplished. However, I do understand that part of what made Europeans great – the loss of clanishness and turning over their loyalty to govt leaders rather than tribal leaders – in one environment (1500 to 1914) is hurting us now. Many whites lost the tribal gene too much. Couple that with wealth, having no competition for 500 years and an insidious 5th column minority extremely adept at using the media, and you get what we have. I guess what I’m saying is that I… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

Hubris. Hubris was our stumbling block. We thought in our greatness that we could transform other non-European people and nations into us. We could flood our own nations with drastically different Others and they would bask in our achievements and institutions and become a darker shade of us. Failing to want to, or being able to be us, we blindly refused to believe they would not resent us. We curtailed our own opportunities and siphoned off the fruits of our labors to provide the others with systems of support and advancement thinking there would always be enough to go around…… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Penitent Man
8 months ago

Penitent,

Well said. I’ve argued for years that hubris lies at the heart of where we are now. But I’ve never said it so eloquently.

Well done, sir.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

I would second that very well said PM

Reality Check
Reality Check
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

I disagree with your premise that the white race hates itself. That is a huge overgeneralization.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

You must have missed WWI and II, not to mention Ruling Class “Goodwhites.”

Reality Check
Reality Check
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

It’s pretty much common knowledge that every race engages in wars against others within their own race. Same deal with rulers. So by your logic every race hates itself…

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

And so they do, one way or another.

Reality Check
Reality Check
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Mmk, so if that’s the case then your original question doesn’t make sense.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

I met a (((fellow))) I haven’t forgotten in college. I was visiting my girlfriend at another college in the days when boys couldn’t enter girls’ dorms, and this at a state university, so I stayed with this guy one night. We watched Tom Snyder’s Tomorrow show. The guest was David Duke, then the Grand Exalted Cyclops or whatever the Klan called its leaders. Duke didn’t pull any punches. He railed about Catholics and foreigners as well as blacks. My host for the night agreed with everything Duke said, I said, “He feels the same way about Jews.” And he said,… Read more »

Fabian Forge
Member
Reply to  The Right Doctor
8 months ago

Right Doctor: Why, yes, yes I have. Some of the mothers really do a number on their sons.

Mike_C
Mike_C
Reply to  The Right Doctor
8 months ago

Certainly. I have a good friend who takes the “would never date a Jewish girl” thing even one step further, to “I won’t date white girls, because they MIGHT be Jewish, you never know.” Of course I accused him of yellow fever, but he denies it. Yet he keeps kosher. Go figure. This fellow also loathes Israelis, “Rude, entitled, and condescending,” says he. But he always looks extremely uncomfortable when someone else criticizes Israel or Israelis. Funny thing is that *I* get along better with Israelis than he does. (Yes, the everything is a negotiation – or flat out confrontation… Read more »

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

It might be more accurate to say that half the white race believes its history is evil, and it therefore owes brown people a huge transfer of wealth. Not their own personal wealth, of course. And they don’t actually care if this happens. They just want to feel good about themselves and superior to other whites for taking this position. Doesn’t really change the point.

Reality Check
Reality Check
Reply to  DLS
8 months ago

It changes the point alot. I believe most of the people you describe are so brainwashed and indoctrinated they don’t know which way is up. That is something that can be reversed and because it can be reversed, it is totally different than if white people hated themselves simply for being white.

Ifrank
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Me. Me and my brothers. Me, my brother and my cousin, even if my cousin is a bum.

Member
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Dude, whatever. And I mean that in the most dismissive, disrespectful way. They’re my people, warts and all. I don’t have to justify myself to you.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Vizzini
8 months ago

You seem to think, for some reason, that your club contains more members other than yourself.

Member
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

That’s the whole point, isn’t it? It does. I have no tolerance for the poison you’re spreading.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Just because some dogs are mad doesn’t mean I hate dogs.

You can either love your own race that’s responsible for well over 90% of significant human achievements, or one of the Others. Or opt for muh individualism and have no legacy to either inhereit or pass on.

The right choice seems pretty clear.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Actually it’s a minority of whites but politically it looks like half of the white race thanks to the MSM. It’s a well known the fact Lefty whites would be out of power if were not for the black vote and now the hispanic vote. There are simply not enough lefty whites to be anything near half of the white population.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

We only need the ones who love our own.

ProUSA
ProUSA
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

This is the thing that I don’t understand about this blog. Tucker isn’t going to follow Murray or Taylor. It would be suicide. He does not blog anonymously; he is a public figure. And, my guess is he probably thinks that declaring himself to be a white nationalist is senseless. That dog won’t hunt. To answer your dilemma about the self-hating white population: they don’t hate themselves as much as they hate what they were taught to hate. They read Zinn or they heard a different history than you and I heard and read. That, will never leave them and… Read more »

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

You look at the places filled with white people. Even when one half hated the other half they were better places to live than the non-white world.

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Flair1239
8 months ago

This is why I get a little black-pill(ish). The left is an assortment of grifters, loons, homos, shlomos, shitlibs, blue-hairs, soys and vibrants who have nothing in common and no reason to coalesce except for the fact that they have a common strategic enemy. They don’t need to agree with each other or like each other.

But the people on our side have a tendency to fall-out with each other over competing visions of the future or perceived lack of purity.

The upshot is that there is always a united front against whitey but never a united front for whitey.

Reality Check
Reality Check
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

And those on the right have a huge problem with trying to learn from the enemy that is defeating them…

King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

Yes, that too. Somehow we have to prevail with honest arguments, reason, logic and constant whining about the unfairness of it all.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

The honest arguments must be done in the setting of community…people being together and living around like-minded to support, teach and defend. Just knowing the arguments really means unfortunately squat, and using the media, what little we have, is fairly useless unless we are tribal eyeball to eyeball. This is the time to begin to experiment with organizational schemes as like-minded yet different white groups/tribes come together for defensive planning and protection. I’m just about to the point of viewing….yes, my few friends and small family in California and LDS friends in Utah…as carrying a heavy genetic mutational overload. They… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Range Front Fault
8 months ago

I’m not scared I just want to win so my family’s future has life as well as those like me…Oh and RFF your welcome at my fire anytime…

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Lineman
8 months ago

I’m a girl and I’m scared. A tainted word “scared” but true for me. Fear is a great motivator and does not paralyze me. Thank you Fear the Mind Killer for kicking me in the arse and not freezing my brain.
Lineman……Thanks for the offer! Who knows….life is capricious.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Reality Check
8 months ago

Exactly right RC with our numbers and the will to think tribally I would say anything is possible…

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Lineman
8 months ago

I learn from history. We are not the first to move into a defensive pose and tribal up: “A few centuries of generally good weather had resulted in vigorous crop growth, which had made for more populous settlements, stimulating trade and expansion. Only now this higher ground was supporting more settlements than ever before, people of complex and disparate ancestry all gathering around the most well-watered and seasonable territories, their numbers heavy on the land. Entire villages of tens of thousands of people and towns were abandoned during a debilitating drought in the 13th century as people moved into defensible… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Range Front Fault
8 months ago

They’re still finding hill-forts in the Greek Isles from the Bronze Age Collapse of the Minoans. No reason to believe that some of their descendants aren’t fishing and farming and hunting on that same land today. Lots of Our Guys want to fight, now, I get it, but there’s a reason why the 300 were selected from men who had already sired sons. First you survive, second you provide for the future, and only then do you have the luxury of making some kind of stand. For individuals, YMMV, but as a group, this has to be our priority list… Read more »

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Astute observation, Exile. The Planning and Organizing has begun. There is no turning back. No Whitey’s Last Stand for us. Best to you!

Penitent
Penitent
Reply to  Range Front Fault
8 months ago

RFF,

You are a rare specimen RFF. A lady who didn’t play dumb-girl in history class. Impressed, and as ever I enjoy reading your posts.

Zman made a reference to the defense in depth/walled city tactic of the late Roman Empire. If you haven’t tried it already, the History of Rome Podcast is outstanding and I think you might enjoy it.

Cheers

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Penitent
8 months ago

History is fascinating. The account of just what the Italian villages did trying to avoid Muslim raiders in the book “Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters” made quite an impression on me. There’s a reason so many of the towns were built on hills, with two different layers of walls.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  3g4me
8 months ago

3g4me,

Looks like a good read. I’ll add it to my “acquire list”. Thank you. Someone here ought to put together a recommended reading list for commenters. I’m sure there is an offsite easy app for that but I’m a techno-luddite.

Range Front Fault
Range Front Fault
Reply to  Penitent
8 months ago

Thanks….will do! Cheers squared to you!

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

The upshot is that there is always a united front against whitey but never a united front for whitey…
Which is why I’ve been advocating for Community for a long damn time now…I’m glad others have started thinking that way also and have started actively seeking others out to do so…

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

Tut, we may struggle with a unified front but there’s a difference between a conflict of interests and a congruence of interests. We need to avoid conflict and let each of Our subcultures work in their own way. Z talked about this in his apperance on FTN over the summer. The Left is really a group of little terror-cells with congruent goals and shared enemies, not a top-down monolithic conspiracy. I used the DSA convo from the summer as an example earlier this week. They’re not as unified as they’d like us to think. As Z also pointed out, a… Read more »

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

We don’t need united.
Just enough.

Ifrank
Reply to  King Tut
8 months ago

Is cuz, King, cuz we analyze and pick, and think too much. The other side says, he’s not heavy, he’s my brother. Our side says, I know he’s my brother, but he’s too heavy.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Vegetius
8 months ago

Allies folks – we need them. How many commenters here agree with one another 100%? Answer – probably 0%. We’re looking for like-minded, which is a very different thing from same-minded. If the enemy of my enemy is my friend, Tucker is on our side.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

Exactly. Tucker is 90% on our side. Works for me. Hell, I’ll even work with AOC or that Muslim rep from MN when it hurts (TPTB). Push the ball forward.

Federalist
Federalist
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

It’s true as Flair said that Tucker is not an identitarian. But Tucker does expose normies who at least have the right instincts to the fact that the elites hate them and the system is rigged. Normies who are conservative by nature are mostly exposed only to “yay free markets; socialism sucks; the US is the greatest country on Earth.” A lot of the people in Sidney, Nebraska probably thought this way. Normie needs to hear about Purdue Pharma and see how jobs and whole towns are destroyed to make a buck for some hedge fund asshole, etc.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Federalist
8 months ago

That’s the distinction: Gatekeeper vs Ferryman.

Shapiro is obviously a gatekeeper. Tucker is a ferryman helping Normie come to our side. He takes them partially across the river until they can see our side and hear what we have to say. After that, they decide whether to finish the trip.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

I don’t watch TV, so I am not familiar with Tucker, but I imagine that if he, or any other prominent media person, went clearly and fully into the language of white identity, his tenure in the media would last about six more seconds, at most. We have the luxury here (for now) of openly discussing matters that would have one quickly purged from most arenas. There are public persons out there who are simply being more effective as ferrymen rather than getting themselves purged, playing to opportunities to monkey-wrench from within the Borg.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Dutch
8 months ago

Amen Brother he is doing what he can at this moment in time…

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Dutch
8 months ago

Before Tucker there was Lou Dobbs when he had his own show on CNN did pretty much what Tucker did and ripped Conservative Inc a new one every night. He got fired for that, later Fox hired him and he had to tone down his criticisms.

ProUSA
ProUSA
Reply to  Dutch
8 months ago

Fox News dot com. Scroll to the bottom. TV. Shows. Tucker Carlson. Click.

Mike_C
Mike_C
Reply to  Dutch
8 months ago

Tucker is increasingly “coming out” on our side. But I completely agree that he is too smart to say everything he might think. Not necessarily out of cowardice, but because he’s smart enough to understand that he’s more effective with a platform than without.

https://youtu.be/AXGoWtK1NnY

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

Citizen – well said. I like your definition. We need to identify more Ferrymen. (FWIW, I actually browsed Sailer yesterday and he’s got post #189234 about Asian skin whitening and black hair. Dead end gatekeeper.)

Member
Reply to  3g4me
8 months ago

Really? You’re going to bag on Sailer, a guy who’s been at the forefront of the fight since before Nick Fuentes was born? Who has been chased out of every respectable publication on the right because he *wouldn’t* kow-tow to Conservatism Inc.? This is exactly what CAPT S was talking about.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  3g4me
8 months ago

Look, I wish Sailer would be more explicit about whites organizing and pushing back rather as opposed to just pointing out what the other side is doing.

That said, Sailer was a lonely – and brave – voice of sanity for decades. Steve is the quintessential ferryman. That’s his role, and he does as well as anyone. Joe Normie needs Steve’s soothing voice as he wakes up. Once awake, Joe needs to see the Z.

South Londoner
South Londoner
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

Sailer is perceptive and appears to have some research help beyond his readers. He is one of the sentinels on approaching issues, some of which don’t seem to arise through conventional channels. Intriguing.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  South Londoner
8 months ago

Respectability has some value as well. You can link people to a report on something like academic scores from Sailer. You can find the same information on Amren- but nobody will read it from there.

Hopefully in a more advanced age the DR will have think tanks pumping out research of the type Sailer does, that organizations can pump into the world. Right now very few people serve that purpose.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

Mea culpa. I do understand his years of work and the personal cost to him and his family. I think what irks me so about Sailer is more his commenters – for someone you label a ferryman, I see stasis. For every one of you (i.e. citizen) who has made the move to Zman, there appear to be dozens who’ve parked themselves at Sailer for a decade and never moved past “Negro crime and dysfunction 1.0.” Plus he appears to allow unlimited space to his various ethnic activists.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Federalist
8 months ago

His story on Singer had the libertarians raging like loons about how Singer was making us wealthier and what he does is good for us.

This of course makes libertarians look like lunatics to normal people. Tucker puts big holes in the castle walls of Conservative inc. people may or may not walk through those holes but I consider him a big asset for our side.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

This is a topic that needs serious discussion. We’ll never quantify beliefs but we still need to have a way to reasonably measure one’s commitment to a minimum of core principles while leaving room for natural differences of opinion. I wince whenever I see signs of purity tests.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  KGB
8 months ago

Like you said, you can’t quantify it. It’s a judgment call. Too many nuances and variables to draw up rules.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  KGB
8 months ago

It should probably be a sliding scale. If the culture moved right of Tucker and he remained the same he may be a nuisance. Until then anyone in the far right 10% or so isn’t an enemy. Or if they are, they probably aren’t worth fighting right now.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

AOC, Tlaib, and especially Omar the alleged ‘Qatari asset’ all have my support. They are enemies, but they are lesser enemies who are an opportunistic infection so when they openly challenge the primary infection, they get my support. Omar openly challenged the fundamental operational design of the Democratic Party (Jews fund goy, goy obeys) with her “It’s all about the benjamins!” thus more magically than dirt there appears a story about her being a Qatari spy. It was a classic ’emperor has no clothes’ moment, followed by a classic smear ‘she is disloyal!’ that simply doesn’t work anymore. What exactly… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Horace
8 months ago

Omar is a white-hating idiot – and the best thing to happen to the Dissident Right in a long time. She’s caused Jews more problems in a year than any Dem or Republican has in a decade or more.

She and others like her will force Jews to show their hand. American Jews are used to whites and blacks, whom they can control through various means. Muslims, Asians and Indians will not be so easily cowed.

ProUSA
ProUSA
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

Yeah, self destructing by coming out as (fill in the blank) only serves to make Lefties happy because then they won’t have to organize a campaign to boycott his sponsors. He’d be finished and we’d lose his influence.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

Herr Kapitän;

Your excellent comment reminds me of your late enemy ADM Gorishikov (?)’s famed comment to ‘…not let the perfect be the enemy of the good enough…’ as the philosophy of the Russian Navy.

Attribution may be off, core idea not.

Rcocean
Rcocean
Reply to  Vegetius
8 months ago

Who is “HIM”? Tucker or Singer?

Reader
Reader
Reply to  Vegetius
8 months ago

Look at his background. He’s another ‘slow road’ to the same destination. We should put Miles Mathis on the trail.
I know you don’t want to hear it, but…
They will just go from a non-politician business guy with a reality show to an all out media/actor figure.
And I don’t have TDS. I vote the slow route, hoping for a miracle.

Marko
Marko
8 months ago

Holy Moses I wish I hadn’t hit that link to Pelosi’s speech. I don’t normally watch pols in action anymore; can’t stand it. That thing is full of pills and wine…and botox. China, Russia, and Iran must be thanking the gods for their good fortune. What a disgrace.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Marko
8 months ago

I got 10 secs into it and had to stop. Watching these clowns in front of a microphone sends my optimism-meter from amber to red.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

I couldn’t make it past her invoking the Founders. Blasphemy. Makes me too angry.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  thezman
8 months ago

You know, you’ve hit on something. Capitalize Party to make it more obvious. We might have two parties in our politics but there’s only one Party in government: the Party of the Government.

Trump has been plunged into their midst, courtesy of a few tens of thousands of upper Midwest voters, and they are reacting like the immune system to a lethal (to them) bacillus: with everything they’ve got.

It’s do or die for picture-of-Dorian-Gray Pelosi.

Sandmich
Sandmich
Reply to  The Right Doctor
8 months ago

I’d mentioned to an acquaintance (one that knows better than to talk politics with me) that politics is dead, and they mentioned something like “yeah both sides are..” something or other, I can’t recall, but I retorted, there aren’t two sides, unless you mean “them” and “us”.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

And the Commie Pope called Trump a modern-day “King Herod.” As Charlton Heston said: “It’s a madhouse!”

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Francis for all his obsession with worldly affairs is about as sophisticated as the average SJW getting “destroyed” at a Ben Shapiro speech. Cheap knock-off analogies to Biblical figures are appeals to the lowest common denominator among cucked Christians – something I expect from Sam Harris atheists, not the head of the Church. This is what happens when a gaggle of pederasts and wanna-be-Episcopalians elect a Pope. I hope Luther’s ghost is raging to be re-born. It’s starting to feel like that time again. I’d settle for one of the Borgias again – at least they had some learning and… Read more »

BTP
Member
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Exile, my joke is that my fondest wish is the next pope is concerned only with his mistresses and bastard children.

Guest
Guest
Reply to  Marko
8 months ago

Is it just me, or does it appear that the left side of her mouth is not functioning correctly, almost like she’s had a minor stroke?

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

First thing I thought too, that she’d had a stroke. I haven’t watched the news in quite some time and my consumption of talk radio/conservative blogs has diminished noticeably as well. As Z-Man mentioned, when I revisit current events I’m jarred by how alien it all seems. But that performance was particularly startling to me. The woman is not well, yet someone (who’s actually running the show) thought it would show good judgment to trot her out for that speech? Gott in Himmel.

Member
Reply to  KGB
8 months ago

The entire crop of them- Pelosi, Hilary, Biden, Warren, Sanders as well as the money men like Soros reminds me of the Soviet Politburo of the late 1980s- elderly Party hacks who see the impending collapse but can’t do anything new to stave off their disaster. They totter out to the podium and mumble the Party line, and when faced with a question that should not happen from the lapdogs in the media (the impudence of asking such a question of Party Leader Pelosi! Off to the gulag!) she blew a fuse. We should be optimistic that our enemies are… Read more »

ReturnOfBestGuest
ReturnOfBestGuest
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

Could be a Botox side-effect. Facial “droops” are a recognized potential hazard.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Marko
8 months ago

The saner backroom oligarchs still need Trump. The more realistic ones understand this need. They are still getting what they want: more and more non-whites flooding into the country while the left remains amped up. 90% of whites stay on the reservation in the hope Trump will finally…this time…for real…absolutely definitely this time…will do something. If he goes whites may become a lot more volatile and a lot more difficult to keep bamboozled and corralled. That is the oligarchs’ biggest worry. 4 more years of Trump and his empty promises is 4 more years to find an effective way to… Read more »

Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Yves Vannes
8 months ago

Lord I hope you’re wrong Yves,

but it sure has the ring of truth to it.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Yves Vannes
8 months ago

You’ve nailed the “Thatcher Effect” of Trump and the GOP in general. If we had put the time, effort and money we’ve spent on the Tea Party and MAGA in the past 10 years into building our infrastructure instead, we might be 20 years ahead of where we are now. The organized “Resistance” wasn’t there yet, but now we’re sailing into a hard, cold wind. The GOP, Trumped or Anti-Trump, is an anchor we need to cut loose from.

whitney
Member
8 months ago

That woman that interviewed Lisa Page betrayed herself and the whole elite class by stating that she rarely interviews someone that doesn’t want to be famous. That just shows you the vacuity of this entire intellectual class, they’re not doing anything that’s worthwhile on its own that might propel them briefly into an unwanted public eye all they want is fame and it’s accoutrements. Pathetic.

Guest
Guest
8 months ago

Black girl goes off on Muslim students for praying out loud in computer lab; presents conundrum for diversity program.

https://kdvr.com/2019/12/05/advocacy-group-urges-msu-denver-to-punish-student-accused-of-verbally-attacking-muslims/

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

Related on the same website at the bottom: https://kdvr.com/2019/10/11/cu-police-woman-arrested-following-video-of-her-making-racist-comments-toward-students/

Read that VERY carefully. A woman was arrested for… wait for it… wait for it. Talking. She was arrested for saying words. That is where we are today, the 1st amendment is DEAD. You can be arrested for saying words that someone else declares to be ‘badthink’. The FUSA is a shambling corpse.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Apex Predator
8 months ago

Yep. If she can be arrest for harassment for this, why can’t someone be arrested for stating that blacks on average have lower IQs. Or that you don’t like blacks. Or that you don’t feel safe in a black neighborhood. If your opinion or even facts make other groups feel bad, you are harassing them. Would love to hear Joe Normie or some CivNat explain that away. Always remember that what you once thought was the United States is terminal. Sure, it looks normal some day and in some places, but it’s terminal. It’s not your country anymore. On that,… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

Geez, it’s a computer lab. Take that shit somewhere else. People are trying to concentrate.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Vizzini
8 months ago

Geez, it’s a computer lab. Take that shit somewhere else.
Geez it’s our country, take that shit back to your own country…There fixed it for you😉

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Lineman
8 months ago

I’m with Vizzini. It’s as deliberate a provocation as loud prayers blocking the airport aisle or the Parisian street.
Talk about a civilizational sh*t-test.

I’ve always thought that if I got pancreatic cancer, I’d go skydiving and forget to pull the chute. Spend my last few minutes flying.

But now… I imagine I might go looking for a street-sweeper.

Member
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

Street Sweepers suck. Get yourself one of the new mag-fed Remington 870s or Mossbergs and a bunch of magazines. You’ll be glad you took my advice. Or just go with an AR like all the other kids do — there’s a reason they’re popular.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Vizzini
8 months ago

Have you seen the AR Shotgun that would be the ticket…

BTP
Member
Reply to  Lineman
8 months ago

Be sure to get the chainsaw attachment

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Vizzini
8 months ago

How’s the balance on those? So used to tube fed, figured the magazine would be awkward.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  Guest
8 months ago

Endangered animal eats protected plant species.

What’s a good lefty to do?

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  The Right Doctor
8 months ago

Exactly Doctor makes them start twitching they just can’t handle the cognitive dissonance…

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Lineman
8 months ago

We call that “doin’ the tuna”

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

I never the news or politicians so maybe Pelosi’s speech was typical of today’s rhetoric, but she seemed to be going beyond saying Trump did something illegal. She basically said that he was trying to become a monarch or a tyrant, which is far more than just breaking one law. It seemed more like a declaration of war than an indictment.

But, again, I don’t watch this stuff so maybe the rhetoric was normal.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
8 months ago

On one side of the argument, that is the everyday rhetoric. On the other side, every last thing, such as clothing choices, word choices, gestures and facial expressions, are all carefully parsed for possible indications of, well, something maybe slightly untoward.

Self-awareness is not something lefties do.

Exile
Exile
Member
8 months ago

Feeling less constrained by psychological ethics than even its degenerate scions, I have no qualms with subjecting these snake-heads to the mirror of righteous reflection. What sort of personality leads one to be a crooked shrink? One need read no further than the Freud-debunking works of Frederick Crews (e.g. https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/freud-was-a-fraud-a-triumph-of-pseudoscience/) Crews provides a great overview of the flaws of Freud & cites the truly deep and detailed thinkers who’ve dismantled Freudianism to the degree that it’s been almost entirely replaced by more modern medically-grounded theories like CBT. Spoiler Alert: it’s projection, all the way down. Every abberation Freud identified could… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

“ Spoiler Alert: it’s projection, all the way down.”

And yet, you quote a psychological concept first described in publication by Doctor “Fraud”. Oh the irony…. 😉

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

Freud also described breakfast. Doesn’t invalidate breakfast or suggest Freud discovered breakfast.

Projection is something we all see on a common-sense level – I have no problem believing it’s for real. In the (((wrong hands))), any concept can be misused.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

And there you’ve made my point. Freud described most all of his observations from a logical (his logic) perspective. His “findings”—mostly unverified theories—were typical for publications in the field for when he published (100 years ago). He did not wake up every morning and think, “what can I put over on the rubes today?” Nor do I remember anyone claiming he plagiarized ideas or other’s work. His concepts and descriptions were often right on and intuitively obvious. Indeed, so obvious that he became world famous in his own time and more so after he died. One can see in film… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

Projection is a concept as old as the Bible, at least. Read Crews and the Freud debunkers he relies on – Freud did plagiarize, falsify and sensationalize.

Those who disagree are welcome to read the sources.

You’re welcome to choose Freud Hill to die on if you like, but with the entire field of psychotherapy having left him behind, you’re going to die alone.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Not really, revisionists are a dime a dozen. Grifters all—as you so like to call others who don’t toe your particular flavor of dissident rightism. Just another example of Post Modernism.

Surprised you fell for such.

plasticstraw
plasticstraw
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

Identifying patterns is one thing but the demon within psychology is inventing the underlying reasons for those patterns. Once you accept the hocus pocus basis for human motivation you can accept “unconscious bias” or the idea that rightwing thought is objectively evil. It provides an unearned legitimacy for all kinds of insane theories. Remember: the best lies always contain truth. Freud borrowed from Schopenhauer’s theory that reality is fundamentally evil and used this to justify the idea that the ID is evil.This idea is a key part of the justification for totalitarian government, the idea that the plebs left free… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  plasticstraw
8 months ago

That a doctor in his time admitted he had no cure for a psychological disease is refreshing and not necessarily indicative of fraud. That does not detract from the good doctor describing and categorizing symptoms of neurosis and psychological reaction, which is what we were primarily discussing.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

Takes one to know one.

The Left accuses us haters of projection daily.
I listen to them, thinking, “how do you tell a projector he’s projecting?” Because they do, it’s obvious, they hate their caricature of us.

That said, I defend Freud, a brain surgeon, for bringing up the idea that since the brain has a structure, the mind does too- no matter the accuracy of his pioneering “id, ego, superego” abstract.

Never read his stuff; it’s a bit dated, the twisty old perv. At least he had the sense to use premium quality cocaine.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

For those wishing to read “the best of” Freud, one of his popular writings is the monograph, “The Psychopathology of Everyday Life”. Should be available on the net for free.

Let’s not let weird/outlandish concepts/theories like “Penis Envy” and “Oedipus Complex” cause one to toss the baby out with the bath water. As to being weird, remember that most medicine of the times was little more than quackery anyway—with peers giving the gentile ladies of the era organisms in the treatment room to cure their hysteria.

TheLastStand
Reply to  Compsci
8 months ago

Was that really as widespread as feminists want you to believe? Do you seriously think that our great-great-grandgathers who were on average more manly than any man today were somehow incapable of properly fucking their women?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  TheLastStand
8 months ago

I don’t know what sex was like 100 years ago, but have read no shortage of complaints from modern women wrt men acting badly in the bedroom. Couple that with Victorian age hang ups and Freudian silliness wrt to all psychological ailments related to sex, and I could image such treatments.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

Interesting, Alzaebo, “They hate their caricature of us”. They do, and they need that caricature to remain in place. Can’t have us talking some sense and blowing their caricatures all to hell. I’m going to need to give this little thing some thought over the weekend.

Rcocean
Rcocean
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Over the last 40 years the Left has memory holed its former love of Dr. Freud. Even as late as the early 60’s they were hailing him as the great scientific genius and making movies about him. Of course, like Marx, most of his “Theories” have been proven wrong. So, the Left is in process of whitewashing him from History. 30 years ago, my Library had Crews book, and 50 Pro-freud books. Today, they have 5 books on Freud – and no Crews.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Rcocean
8 months ago

Freud’s theories failed the test wrt psychological/behavioral cures. Talking violent psychotics down via couch sessions to revisit long repressed psychological traumas just didn’t work for them. Neurosis was perhaps a bit easier, but still limited. In school the standing joke was that a psychoanalyst was a person who upon graduation, set up a practice with a dozen patients and lived off them forever.

In the sixties and seventies, psychotropics were introduced and the asylum gates were opened. Behaviorists took care of the rest. And so ended the love affair with psychoanalytic treatment—it was simply not as effective as competing treatments.

Exile
Exile
Member
8 months ago

Dutton’s speech was the highlight of another weird day with Antifa in Oslo (after Copenhagen’s attempted riot). The lighting was the result of some kind of issue we had all evening with the power – not sure whether the building owner was doing his bit for Diversity by shutting off the power or some other madness was at work. In Clown World, the normal people have to meet in darkness to plot conspiracies to re-establish wholesome sane society while purple-haired nose-ringed mobs out of The Purge or Prince of Darkness strut in the public square to the adulation and applause… Read more »

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
8 months ago

Before clicking on the link to Pelosi’s speech, I thought Z-man was referring to the congressional testimony from that harridan law professor earlier in the week. But my gut response to both presentations is the same as Z’s, namely: Who the hell ever thought this would be a good look for their side?! Stuff like this kindles a faint glimmer of hope in me. Our opponents really suck at what they do. They are so buffered in their alien world that they are utterly clueless about what real people are like. They are powerful and hold the upper hand in… Read more »

Horace
Horace
Reply to  ChrisZ
8 months ago

“… the whole ruling class has got to go.” Yep. There is nothing salvageable. I like to think of it as a story. Our ruling elites are the officers on the Titanic. They are on deck having a big party, drinking and dancing. Donald Trump jumps up on the band’s stage, quieting their instruments and exclaims “Guys! We are heading to an iceberg. We need to change course 5 degrees to the right and then we’ll be ok.” Jeffrey Epstein drunkenly staggers a bit and whines “Calm down, Donald! Have another drink and underage whore!” Trump looks at him and… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
8 months ago

Israel is welcome to enforce and defend their tenuous Biblical claim on their new homeland – with their own blood and treasure, not ours.

Let Paul Singer, Sheldon Adelson, et al spend their billions directly on Israel’s defense rather than on subverting my country to serve as Jewish Janissaries.

John Smith
John Smith
Member
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Yes. And no. I get that many here hate Jews both for reasons founded and not. I thank the dissidents for the red pill on Jews, even though it was mightily bitter to take. But: dissidents are dangerously naïve about moslems and most do not understand them or the threat they pose. You cannot take your ball and go home with moslems. They have blood feuds that go back centuries, they’re tribal as hell, and will instinctively rebel against any authority that should present itself. Historically they are capable of temporary alliances and when they manage it – they topple… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

We HAD no enemies in the Middle East.
Islam was near dead from modernity.

Even Abrahamic Messianism had had to adopt a secular facade as “communism”.

(‘Ideology’ is just another word for ‘religion’.
A nicey-nice masking word. Buckley was a cleric.)

The Messianic Abrahams invented Islam to kill the Arab Christians, then Egyptian, Levantine, Mesopotamian, and Persian Mithraic Christians, and then Roman Christians.
The Messianics have resurrected Donmeh Wahabbism and jihad to do their dirty work today- they’re the generals behind the curtain.

It’s all Semitic to me, anyhoo.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Alzaebo
8 months ago

Al; You are simply mistaken. The West had plenty of enemies in the ME. Recall Jeffersons 1803 wars against the Barbary Pirates. The difference is that they were powerless to harm us until after the 1970’s or so. Why was this_? Because FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, etc. insisted on dissolving the European empires’ holdings therein. Perhaps the ‘Greatest Generation’s’ so-called statesmen thought that the Arabs would be grateful. More likely, because they expected to (and did) greatly profit from the redirected cash flows from their streets to Wall Street. And also because the ME couldn’t get at us until the Arabs,… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

The idea that Muzzies are itching to conquer the West, or are capable of it, is goy feed for the “common enemy, Greatest Ally” shuffle. Europe had no Muslim problem until it imported them. America had no Muslim problem until it started meddling in ME politics with the Shah, Camp David and especially after the neo-con ascendency in the 80’s to today. Let them bag their wahmens, stone the gheys when they aren’t shtupping them on the down-low, and do whatever else they like in their own lands. Buy oil from whichever despot is sitting atop the spigot at the… Read more »

Drake
Drake
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

I think of it as the modern Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact. The Progs import Muslims to disrupt and outbreed white normals. Once the normals are an insignificant minority, the Progs will turn on the Muslims with the kind of viciousness only they can muster.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Drake
8 months ago

Neo-liberalism will also work its black magic on Muslims. They’re already selling branded, ad-festooned burqas and other trad Muslima garb. Brit Muslims are finding out that ghey trumps Muslim. Trad-Muslim patriarchs cannot restrain their sons and daughters for long in the heart of Porntopia.

Corporate Consumerist Capitalism may be the closest thing to capital-C Chaos on Earth today. Where it spreads, order dissolves and civilizations crumble.

Member
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

I think what JS might be getting at is the demographic issue. So of course that’s a threat but not one that a few machine gun towers along the borders wouldn’t deal with. We don’t have those towers because we’ve got our heads up asses about many other things that will destroy us before the Saracen come pouring in.

Exile is right. Muslims are numerous but not well organized or especially smart. They are imports, not immigrants. We all know who the importers are, here and in Europe.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

You’re simply wrong about that, and dangerously so. As our blog host says – there are far worse things to be than an anti Semite. But the problem with haters is that they can only think in one dimension. Jews and muzzies know this and hw to exploit it in their enemies. Often their enemies mistakenly see their tactics as 4D chess when they are nothing more than critical thinking and common sense. You need some remedial instruction in both history and viewing it dispassionately and objectively. I strongly recommend ‘The Fate Of Empires’ by John Glubb. http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/glubb.pdf Dissidents have… Read more »

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Glenfilthie
8 months ago

J. S. I agree with you. What a lot of people here are missing is that Islam is *also* a ‘Hive Mind’ in the sense of Z’s excellent exposition on that subject a week or so ago with regards to the Prog/Borg Hive Mind. IOW, a charismatic leader can and does occasionally arise to unite the Ummah for some project of rape and pillage upon their ‘impious’ neighbors. He thus aggrandizes himself and creates upward mobility for his followers so long as lip service is given to Islam. So it is a Hive Mind much more aligned with and respectful… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Al from da Nort
8 months ago

Correct. Dissident historians and archeologists are now reversing the Hive narrative on the Crusades. They were not driven by Christian greed or bloodlust, they were acts of self defense against endless moslem raids and attacks on their lands.

De Ferres
De Ferres
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Living under Islam sounds straight up delightful compared to being crushed by the neoliberal globohomo state at this point

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

I make a distinction between Jews and Zionists. I can make a realpolitik alliance with the former but the latter is a diabolical enemy. A realpolitik America-first foreign policy would expose and destroy the Zionists.

As for Islam … Deep State globalists – and Zionists but I repeat myself – remain hopeful that Islamists can be wielded as a tool against the West in general, the nation-state specifically. Our CIA keeps the extremist groups armed and funded for black ops around the world.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  CAPT S
8 months ago

And the CIA is an East India Company with the (((same))) designers and owners as the British, Dutch, and French East India Companies. Thus, J.Smith and Al d’Nort are also correct.

Nailed it it one, Cap’n; I’ve had elderly expats describe to me how Riyadh, Beirut, and Tehran were like Vegas or Paris, and we had thousands of American teenagers working a summer in Iran’s bazaars in 1974.

Vince
Vince
8 months ago

Last night on Tucker as he was chatting with Mark Stein over the fake outrage Pelosi displayed when asked if she hated Trump. Stein can paralyze Carlson with his wit. Regarding herself praying for Trump he said something like, “Yeah yeah, The morning I wake up, put on my Botox make-up, I say a little prayer for you.”

John Smith
John Smith
Member
8 months ago

I can’t stress this enough. Stay abreast of the mass media; it tells you what your enemies are thinking – and that is crucial in defeating them. Hillary and her lickspittles dismissed 2/3 of the nation as deplorable racists and ignorant kadiddlehoppers – and was stunned when she lost the election. There is something to be learned from that.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

And that same public turned right around and made the ‘Rats the majority in the House. Which of course crippled Trump’s agenda and brought us to impeachment. What I learned is that the American voter is an idiot and the vote itself likely meaningless.

John Smith
John Smith
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Hmpfffff! Correct. Good point, Carl. How to account for that…? Perhaps our esteemed blog host accounted for that when he noted that there is a sexual vector in all this lunacy, and that it is driven by women? Other thoughts: are women born crazy – or are changing times instilling it in them? Consider: electrical machines made much of ‘women’s work’ unnecessary by the end of the 1950’s – when the first lunatic symptoms started to occur. Feminism arose and women started parachuting into more and more jobs they couldn’t do. Even with fierce speech and thought control, women have… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

Great question, and I suspect it’s the key to our salvation.

I want them to yearn for us and the place we make for them, and for no other.

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

Trump did it to himself, he took his base for granted and blew his political capital on crap like the tax cuts which no one wanted except the monied class for billionaires instead of securing the border and deporting illegals.

His refusal to veto spending bills that tied his hands on immigration showed just how clueless and gutless he was.

Drake
Drake
Reply to  Rwc1963
8 months ago

Maybe next year he’ll manage McCarthy better than he did that little cuck Paul Ryan.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Rwc1963
8 months ago

What’s with all the negatives waves Moriarty…https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0AEj3LA2vSo

Ifrank
Reply to  Carl B.
8 months ago

The American voter votes his tribe. Demographics. Our tribe is getting smaller, while other tribes are getting larger. It’s as simple as that. The Left tries to create and populate as many tribes as possible, so that they can present a united front in opposition to that once dominate tribe. Us.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ifrank
8 months ago

Wow. Nice, lfrank, a keeper.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  John Smith
8 months ago

Trump hasn’t got much accomplished. Partly because of his faults, and partly because of the opposition.

I think impeachment would probably be good. He would be replaced by VP Milquetoast so nothing would change. But it would make the right angry and might focus them.

The look of three Jewish lawyers trying to overthrow an election this week is bad optics. They only get away with it because people aren’t angry enough to mention it. That must change.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Mark Taylor
8 months ago

I think Ms. Pelosi dreams of being the First Woman President.

roo_ster
Member
8 months ago

AEI works for cheap! Only $4 for every man, women, or child killed by Sackler opiates.

Sackler
Satel
Rosen
Dezenhall
Gottlieb
Loeser

Something common among all these folks involved in the Sackler opiate Hillbilly Heroin Holocaust.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  roo_ster
8 months ago

Thanks for Noticing.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Dutch
8 months ago

That’s the meme, Dutch.
Mighty white of ya.

UFO
UFO
Reply to  roo_ster
8 months ago

Just like

Schiff
Nadler
Vindman
Sondland
Yovanovich
Feldman – this guy is a fucking prick
Eisen
Karlan
Gerhardt

I said before – I was not one of those Muh Jooz people. But lately I am really starting to “Notice” – even in daily life. The Tribe now stands apart from the Gentiles to me.

One thing you can try with normiecons is this: tell them that if every impeacher was a Muslim, they would be outraged at the Muslim coup taking place. They really hate Muslims, but are oblivious to Jews. It might help.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  UFO
8 months ago

Wherever anti-Whites are at work, you will find them in grossly disproportionate numbers. They aren’t the authors of all evil, they aren’t all-powerful or magic, and NAJALT, but it’s impossible to make an honest appraisal of their net impact on the White race today without Noticing that this 1-2% seems to be up to a lot of (((tricks))) for such a small group of people.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

It’s that whole “The gateway leads to a crowd which changes the culture” thing. Our culture is changed, due to a certain group at the top. The new group’s dynamics now prevail. Noticing is recognizing the reality of it. Lileks, a nice little midwestern CivNat, had a fascinating old cartoon piece on his blog page today. It was from about a century ago, something about “Mr. True”, who gave a fist beating to everyone who crossed him wrong. It was hugely popular in the day, and has been completely scrubbed from history. Mr. True was the heritage white manner of… Read more »

Sleepy
Sleepy
Member
Reply to  UFO
8 months ago

It’s hard not to notice when a congressional committee headed by Jew, and whose lead counsel is a Jew, takes testimony from several Jews (see list above) and then passes on the findings to another committee headed by a Jew with a lead counsel that is also a Jew, and the first panel features three Jewish law professors who all want Trump impeached. In short, the “big reveal” in House judiciary committee was essentially five Jews discussing how much they despise Trump and how he must be impeached. Clown World with clowns in small hats.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Sleepy
8 months ago

Hey Dutch, may I?

Sleepy! Thanks for Noticing!

UFO
UFO
Reply to  roo_ster
8 months ago

The fact that Satel, a psychologist, was speaking on the issue at all is just disgusting. Psychologists are scam artists who destroy lives, marriages, and families. I remember while dating an ex, she had issues due to past life events. She started talking with a psychologist. Suddenly, she figured out that it was actually *me* who was the “root cause” of her issues. Things went downhill from there. I also tried talking to a psychologist during my less redpilled days. Absolutely useless. It’s a fake and transactional situation. I tell her my problems, she gets paid to “listen”. The solutions… Read more »

Ripple
Ripple
Reply to  UFO
8 months ago

Sally Satel is an MD, not a psychologist.

HonkeyKong
HonkeyKong
8 months ago

*raises nose to the wind*

there’s a bit about jews in this podcast

Diavolobello
Diavolobello
8 months ago

ZMan, you dog you …

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
8 months ago

Okay, I wanted to hear about impeachment b/c of the news yesterday. But the characterization of the Dem candidates cracked me up completely lol Please do a whole show describing the ‘honorable’ opposition lol

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
8 months ago

Oh heck yeah!

AnotherAnonymous
AnotherAnonymous
8 months ago

Biden has always been a freaky individual, even as a young man, but it’s sad that his family isn’t leading him off of the stage at this point. He’s genuinely offended that anyone question his proximity to the influence peddling pipeline – a lot like Hillary in this regard. Surprisingly, the clapping seals in his audience agree that he has every right to hook his entire family to the influence peddling spigot. One senses the mob was about to pounce on the elderly Dem ‘Groyper’ who dared question the propriety of such an arrangement. They are not bothered by it… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  AnotherAnonymous
8 months ago

Biden is supposed to somehow get elected, then keel over dead or otherwise promptly exit stage left, so the radical VP, whoever that might be, who would never, ever get elected on xis/xer/zits own right, can take the helm and steer us to never-never land. Slow Joe is blowing his role.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  AnotherAnonymous
8 months ago

I see hints that ol’ Joe is a cut-out, priming a possible grand sweep by Michelle O. onto the stage after the debates are over.

Mark Stoval
Mark Stoval
8 months ago

“I was a little stumped on what to do with the show this week, so I figured something on current events might work. My day job keeps me busy this time of year, so I am pressed for time.” — Z-man

I think that one day you should do a post on topics that your blog readers would like you to do. We could do a whole thread on people offering suggestions for blog post topics. With that “on-topic” we could even argue over various suggestions and so forth. It might be fun.

AnotherAnonymous
AnotherAnonymous
8 months ago
Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
8 months ago

Here’s a piece by Howard Kunstler on Zero Hedge. He’s optimistic that the democratic party is about to be desolved. I don’t believe he understands the power of the corporatist beast to weather just about any storm. But who knows, the future may hold some delightful surprises.
https://www.zerohedge.com/political/kunstler-all-players-great-game-gotcha-are-about-face-consequences

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
8 months ago

I like a lot of what JHK has to say but we’re at least 20 years short of any kind of “collapse” in the Dem party. Partly it’s a generational thing. He’s so utterly shocked at the mendacity and ham-fistedness of the Dems, so different from his idea of liberal counter-culture and legit dissent, that he thinks reality will be his divine avenger – “this cannot stand.” It has, and it will. We can’t count on divine intervention to right this “cosmic injustice.” So far as we can tell right now from where we’re standing, it’s a long walk out… Read more »

Lamar
Lamar
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

Jim’s seen all he sees as being right around the corner since the 80s. You can’t blame them for rushing the timetable. A man really wants to find out if he’s right before he dies.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Lamar
8 months ago

I really, really want to live another 100 years to see how it all turns out.

Rcocean
Rcocean
8 months ago

I wish Z-man had emphasized more the DC Republican – Conservative Inc. part in this Impeachment clown show. McConnell and his gang are treating this as a serious impeachment which it isn’t – and Conservative media should be mocking and laughing at this travesty and Joke. But they aren’t. The impeachment is a partisan, unheard of, against all precedent abuse of power. The American people don’t want it and don’t like it. But McConnell and National Review refuse to say so.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Rcocean
8 months ago

McConnell and the NR are among those who are in on it, but need to calibrate their actions, very finely, to not blow their cover. They are part of the “tsk, tsk, couldn’t be helped, let’s make the best of it” brigade, after the fact, as they quietly cash their checks.

The rule of thumb on all of this is, as bad as you can imagine it to be, it is actually worse.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
8 months ago

Just remember; Impeachment is a political exercise. 🤡. 🤹‍♂️🤹🏼‍♀️🎪🎱🍸🍸🍸🌝💃🏿🧝🏻‍♀️🦹‍♂️🦸🏻‍♂️👀

Reziac
Reziac
8 months ago

Consider: the crazy cat ladies are vying for the attention of the most dominant male in sight, that being Orange Man. Orange Man Bad because he ignores them rather than ravishing them.

ProUSA
ProUSA
8 months ago

Let’s not forget Joe Biden. In his lifetime he must surely remember that the political candidate never insulted, abused, or attacked The Voter. The Voter was to be respected; the candidate asked for his vote and attempted to sway him, gently, or baffling him with bullshit–but never attacking the citizen voter. Joe shows us what the future looks like. The tyrant ruler who punishes those who disagree with him. In my lifetime, I have seen the transition. All the more reason for Barr’s promise to investigate the roots of the coup must result in indictments, trials, sentencing, and punishment. Nothing… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  ProUSA
8 months ago

Barr’s part of the scam. He’s 2019’s version of Issa or Gowdy. More gInning up the plan-trusters to “lock her/them up” that will cease the day after the 2020 election.

Who has been taken down for the IRS scandal? Benghazi? Granny Capone’s emails? DNC election-rigging? Uranium One? Seth Rich?

ProUSA
ProUSA
Reply to  Exile
8 months ago

I’m getting to be where you are.

Ifrank
Reply to  ProUSA
8 months ago

If I was to place a bet, I’d bet with Exile. Barr represents a little sliver of hope. He fails, we pass another milestone on the road to perdition, after which, I’m afraid there is no turning back.

Member
8 months ago

The way I look at “the Media” is as follows. In France, you know a person’s politics based on what newspaper they read. If you read Le Figaro, you are a conservative. If you read Le Monde, you are a leftist. No Frenchman kids himself about the politics of the two newspapers and thinks they are anything other than advocates for their parties. In the U.S., if you watch CNNABCNBCCBSNPR, then you are a leftist. No thoughtful conservative pays any attention to them because they are newsheimers. They lie in the service of the Democrat Party and the Ruling Class.… Read more »

Ifrank
Reply to  Steve_in_Greensboro
8 months ago

All true Steve, and it makes you wonder. What is it about our minds that makes it resistant to the overwhelming left wing propaganda attack? We really are intellectual heretics. Like that ink blot test where you see a tree whereas everyone is trying to tell you it’s an elephant.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ifrank
8 months ago

Deep. Another good one, lfrank.
If I could bottle that…

Oh, and Greensboro- what’d’ya bet every lefty decries, “but journalism is supposed to be objective!…”

ProUSA
ProUSA
8 months ago

Thanks for playing, “Melissa,” by the Allman Brothers Band. Good choice.

trackback
8 months ago

[…] I’ve made this point about cutting the cord, but it applies to following current events as well. When you step away from this stuff for a while, coming back feels like you are entering a strange new world. Like Hollywood, the people engaged in politics have always been weird and alien. When you see it every day it is a familiar weirdness that you just accept. Go away for a while then come back to it and you see that our ruling class is foreign and deranged. […]

nrer
Member
8 months ago

You really have to do something fun with “No Malarkey”. It is a hanging curve ball.