Progressive Whites

Yesterday’s gun rally in Richmond Virginia was a great success, at least as a public relations item. You can tell that by the relative lack of interest by the Left. Nothing about the event fit into their narratives, so it had to be ignored. Fanatics see only that which confirms their fanaticism. In this case, they wanted to see white supremacists dressed in Klan robes and Nazi regalia, terrorizing poor black bodies, while Antifa battled them in the streets. None of that happened.

The question that never gets mentioned in all of this is exactly why the newly ascendant radicals in Richmond are attacking gun owners. If you look at what they are proposing, none of it has much practical value. All the talk of confiscation is belied by the actual bills they are producing. One limits handgun purchases to one per month. Another bans private sales of regulated firearms. One vindictively targets the NRA shooting range in Northern Virginia. These have no practical purpose.

The answer here lies in understanding how American Progressive’s view society and their role in it. Contrary to popular opinion, the people behind this stuff are not communist, motivated by Karl Marx. They are not controlled by hand-rubbing lizard people living in a secret volcano. They are not triumphant browns. The people pushing this stuff are white people. There are a few Jews and browns tossed in, but the main body of the Left is still white and formerly Protestant.

The white American Progressive has always imagined society as a fully enclosed community, that is judged as a whole. A popular slogan among them is that “society is judged by how it treats it weakest members.” This is an explicit expression of communal judgement, which is the traveling partner of communal salvation. The white Progressive looks at society as an organism that moves forward as a whole. If some parts lag behind, the whole thing slows to a halt.

Further, the white Progressive believes in the unitary reformer. That is, the reformer is not just focused on one area of society, but the whole of society. Even if their efforts are in one area, those efforts support the whole community. A reform effort that does not promise to move the whole of society forward is of no interest. For white Progressive reformers, society is the flock and they are the shepherds. Anything that threatens their effort to guard and guide the flock must be eliminated.

It is this spatial understanding of the world that helps explain these largely symbolic attacks on the Second Amendment. In the hive mind of the white Progressive, people who own guns are outside the domain of the righteous. Therefore, they must be marginalized from society. Much in the same way they anathematized smoking, white Progressives seek to make owning a gun disqualifying. Symbolically, these measures are aimed at putting gun rights outside the whole of society.

This territorial thinking is why Charlottesville remains an important symbol for white Progressives and why Richmond will be erased from their memory. In the former, the righteous chased the threat to the flock from the field. The physical place of society was literally reclaimed by the good guys. Richmond, in contrast, was when the dark forces of society were permitted to operated unmolested. The bad guys did not win. The shepherds were forced to hide their flocks.

There is another aspect to this. White Progressives are aroused by the thought of the Charlottesville riots, because the radical mind needs violence in the same way the body needs food. While many white Progressives reformers are sincere, if deranged, others are in it for the blood. They need to terrorize and attack the enemy. In the same way the bully needs to terrorize the nerd in order to be a bully, the white radical needs the enemy of the cause in order to maintain his identity.

Therein lies the other reason why Richmond will be forgotten, while Charlottesville will be a regular story in the 2020 election. It was there that the need to terrorize the enemy of the flock was fully actualized. They not only chased the evil doers from the field; they drew blood and they had a sacrifice. Notice they always remember the fat women, who died, but not the cops. That’s because she was a blood sacrifice to the cause, while the cops that died were just collateral damage.

This is how to understand these pointless gun grabbing efforts, as well as many other Progressive fads we see today. In Virginia, these proposals are like the winning side erecting a trophy on the field of battle. The good whites have recaptured the heart of the Confederacy, the home of the bad whites. They did not eliminate the enemy, however, as they are still out there in the counties that refused to support the Progressive reformers. The fight must continue.

This is why facts and reason have no effect on white Progressives. They see themselves as defenders of the innocent against the attacks of those who seek to destroy the whole by corrupting the weak. Against such delusions, facts and reason are wholly ineffectual. Appeals to their humanity, on the other hand, are infuriating, as it calls into the question the point of their existence. It is why they are most vulnerable to moral arguments. It cuts to their sense of identity.

Of course, the Left is not just white Progressives. There are other parts, but their motivations are different and mostly modifiers to the whole. These other groups operate from ethnocentric motives. Blacks want free stuff and easy access to white people, while Jews want what is best for Jews. The newly arrived non-whites want a short path to the material assets of the white majority. The bulk of the Left, however, are white Progressives, who provide the power and authority.

The thermal exhaust port of the Progressive death star is their sense of moral purpose, not factual accuracy or even the relationships between the tribes of the Left. The white Progressive sees contrary facts and internal divisions as challenges the righteous shepherd must overcome. Call into question the moral standing of the white Progressive and the very center of the Left begins to collapse. Self-righteous certainty of purpose is the main tent pole that holds Progressivism together.


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BadThinker
BadThinker
9 months ago

Hence why “The Democrats Are the Real Racists” canard never works – all the white progressive hears is “racism still bad”. But if you question their idea of “racism” completely, they start to sputter and blue screen.

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

Exactly. All arguments should be seen through the prism of recruiting and PR. Many whites are simply lost, but if an argument/debate with a Lost White can persuade Joe Nomie CivNat at the table to think about things in a different way, it’s worth the effort.

Chris_Lutz
Member
Reply to  thezman
9 months ago

The problem is it has become a fetish on the normie right sites. Pointing out that more than white support gun rights is fine. Praising a sign about homosexual couples being able to buy guns to protect their weed farm, and calling for support for a tranny who is tweeting pro-2A stuff from the event is not what you want. Reynolds was saying people should support the tranny in a CA senate race because he (although Reynolds called him a she) fights antifa.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Chris_Lutz
9 months ago

Chris, the libertarian schtick is conservative white America’s last grasp to avoid white identity politics. Many of us here have been there. It won’t last. They’ll see that the other side hates them for who they are, that the other side will never leave them alone.

But it takes time. It took me years.

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

Essentially it took all of us years. Long gone are the days when identity was simply an assumed aspect of one’s existence. Schooling, media, entertainment, and culture ensure that it’s stamped out in the cradle. The revival of Lazarus was less daunting than the effort to tribalize normie will be.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

Citizen, that is a profound observation.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Paintersforms
9 months ago

I have my moments, though, usually, accidentally. 😉 But, seriously, most conservative whites can sense that nothing is being conserved, that they’re losing what was their country and that whites are getting blamed for everything, but they hate the idea of thinking tribally. What’s your last hope: Being left alone. “I don’t like what’s happening, but as long as we can all just live our lives the way that we want, it’ll be okay” is what they are thinking. So, fine, they say, I’ll be for tranny rights as long as everyone gets to do their own thing. But it… Read more »

Dave
Dave
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

“Whites will be forced to become tribal.”

I see no alternative, but it sucks because tribal societies don’t launch space probes or discover cures for cancer.

That’s because in a tribal society you can’t trust anyone who isn’t a close relative, and it’s highly unlikely that your extended family contains all the specialists needed to build even simple cars from a working design.

On the plus side, you get to marry young and have lots of kids, but half of them suffer horrible genetic diseases because their mother is your cousin.

S. Bishop
S. Bishop
Member
Reply to  Dave
9 months ago

No problem, man – just unleash the torrent of black affirmative action STEM graduates on the challenge and we’ll be launching infinite space probes and having Super Bowl halftime moon-landings instead of just ‘moon-walking.’ All usin’ white folks can just go home and sit on the porch and watch sports ball.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Chris_Lutz
9 months ago

Politics makes for strange bed fellows. Support of the 2nd Amendment from Team Trannies and any other team should be accepted as part of the Coalition for protecting the 2nd Amendment. Of course, that should never be construed as Team Trannies or any other team being absorbed into Team Dissident Right or Team White. Making alliances is part of an interest group (whites) engaging in politics to bring about policies that we want.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

Any support for team tranny will work against the second amendment because they are leftists first. It will work the way support for hard working minorities worked.

Tarstarkusz
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Reply to  Chris_Lutz
9 months ago

This is what people SHOULD mean when they say don’t punch right. If some tranny wants to supports gun rights for xir own reasons, I support said tranny in this one narrow circumstance, while I generally oppose their public displays of degeneracy. The left is especially strong in this regard. They have no shame, no morals and certainly no gay ass need for consistency or “principles.” They look at each individual issue in isolation. If lolbertarians are useful in one circumstance and issue, but not some other circumstance, they will use said lolbertarians in that one minor issue while calling… Read more »

Michaeloh
Michaeloh
Reply to  Tarstarkusz
9 months ago

Or, to paraphrase- Is it good for the Crackers?

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Michaeloh
9 months ago

“Or, to paraphrase- Is it good for the Crackers?” Yes! Except, unlike the semites, we keep our Christian morals and traditions and not adopt low-trust Talmudic or Muslim ways. Easier said than done. The solution is in reach with non-zionist Christianity. If you study scripture on your own (like I do), I recommend biblehub.com King James Bible version with commentary by Adam Clarke, who was a serious theological scholar writing in the late 1700’s/early 1800’s UK — pre-dumbing down and a safe time when Christians perceived Judaism appropriately for what it is, not the zio-fantasy Scofield distortion of modern day… Read more »

Carrie
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

Ursula-
Thanks for asking for suggestions!

Formed.org is a great website, and the Douay-Rheims Bible is also very accurate…(more so than James’ version.)
St. Jerome translates what is today the Douay-Rheims version from the Latin, which came from the Greek.

Pron: Dewey-Reems.

Joshua Shalet
Joshua Shalet
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

https://leavingjesus.wordpress.com/

The KJV is a translation of a translation filled with deliberate lies

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
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Reply to  Michaeloh
9 months ago

Boy, do I like that!

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  thezman
9 months ago

The 2A/gun rights support crowd use race and gender for more than just “incremental support”. You’re correct – we’re playing the numbers game. But we can often get that without bringing in females and blacks. If you do bring in blacks and females though – you get to make the “why are you attacking black people!?” argument as well, with females you can make the “why do you want women to be defenseless?” argument. A few years back up here in suburban MA there was a selectman in one of the local towns who wanted to ban “assault rifles” in… Read more »

Michaeloh
Michaeloh
Reply to  Calsdad
9 months ago

Secession means conceding two Senate seats in perpetuity to the most despicable people outside Hollywood and consolidating red voters behind an already center right establishment in W Va. Seems to me that the better strategery is to spread red voters widely in states that can be won or even influenced by red voters, abandoning states like Ca where red votes are wasted.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Michaeloh
9 months ago

The Constitution says that you can’t create a new state out of already existing state. But it also says you can’t ban guns. So if the joining WV thing is not the best way to go about this – then the “red” counties should *kick out* – the blue counties (that includes Richmond) – and tell them ” you’re no longer part of Virginia – GTFO”. Of course they’ll scream ” the constitution says you can’t create a new state!!”. To which they can just simply reply : “It also says you can’t ban guns – so you already blew… Read more »

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Calsdad
9 months ago

By joining W Va, they are not creating a new state, simply redrawing the boundaries of existing states. Article IV, section 3 prohibits new states from forming from carving out part of a state, or joining two states or parts thereof. And even that can be done with consent of the legislatures of the states involved and Congressional approval.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Michaeloh
9 months ago

How about a new state – “Central Virginia”

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Michaeloh
9 months ago

The fact remains that real estate is being lost already. Virginia’s surely on the road to perdition, so what’s gained by maintaining the western counties as occupied territory? As someone who lives in the very red and very occupied upstate NY, I can tell you that it’s a losing proposition. The country’s going to fracture at some point and it’s time to start experimenting with ways to make it more amenable to our side. Possibly losing Senate seats? That assumes that the Senate is some kind of bulwark against progressives, pozz, immigrants, and anti-white bigotry. It’s none of the above.… Read more »

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  KGB
9 months ago

Don’t think Cuomo would last 24 hours unguarded north of the Westchester line. We fought a rear guard action down here for years, but finally overwhelmed by numbers. If you ever get down near the city, I’ll buy the beers.

Dr. Dre
Dr. Dre
Reply to  SamlAdams
9 months ago

I have a friend who used to own a business in Tarrytown. Still calls the Mario Cuomo bridge the Tappan Zee!

bilejones
Member
Reply to  Dr. Dre
9 months ago

I had no idea the name had been changed. But then, I recall riding the IRT.

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
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Reply to  KGB
9 months ago

As a North Country guy, I can confirm. In NY, it’s just one dam* thing after another from downstate. I don’t think it’s possible to despise someone as much as upstaters hate Cuomo….What’s the answer? I don’t want to move from family land…so it’s make as many rural friends as possible and prepare for the hard times. Too bad we don’t have a behind the lines group in NY.

Cav
Cav
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Reply to  thezman
9 months ago

DR3 is useful only in talking with normie middle America. It looks to us as a failure as we only view it from the perspective of how effective it is in winning debates with the progressive liberals and the left or finding fault in the logic and rhetorical value of it after analyzing it down to the sub-atomic level. It’s the tactic of normie cons to speak to normie moderates in a language they understand because let’s face it: Very few of us on this side of the aisle can speak normie fluently, if at all. Rather than question or… Read more »

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  BadThinker
9 months ago

Don’t miss the overarching thread of yesterday’s “protest”: The Media(which is the de facto head of the American Left)didn’t refer to the “protesters” as 2A/firearm rights demonstrators but defined them – vilified them in fact – as White Supremacists and White Nationalists” This is extremely important. We can see what we’re up against, where this is going. The Left means to ostracize you, to destroy your livelihood, make you a pariah, and exterminate you and anyone like you. Deal with it.

Michaeloh
Michaeloh
Reply to  BadThinker
9 months ago

Zman’s true believing shepherds may explain the progressive white leadership better than the foot soldiers. What type of gringo is drawn to antifa? Not so much wine box Auntie or the NPR liberal living in safe whitopias. OTOH imagine being someone who is so low on the sexual market totempole that you have never had a girl/boyfriend, or at least one worth having. You are not good looking, smart, athletic, or funny. That can make for a rough high school experience and it doesnt get better after graduation since flippin burgers doesnt buy a lot of attention from the opposite… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
9 months ago

Great column. One aspect of the American love affair with guns, is that it’s very easy to rattle rightwingers’ cages, to make them chase the stick. All you have to do is ban high capacity barrels or bump magazines, and suddenly the conversation about liberty and white sovereignty is drowned out by muh guns. As Ramz noted the other day, wouldn’t it have been wonderful if those people were in the streets protesting refugee resettlement? Also, there’s an element of comfort blanket to muh guns. It allows you to not sully yourself with politics, because you believe you always have… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

The gun issue is helpful for our side, but I agree, too many whites mistakenly believe that our stockpile of weapons will magically protect us. Okay, while we add another rifle and some ammo to our collection, the Dems import another couple of million browns to vote you into submission.

What good do those guns do you if you town goes from 90% white to 40% white. Are you going to shoot your way back to 90%? Of course not. So what exactly did those guns do for you?

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

What I like about the Second Amendment, is that it’s a reminder that America is a republic, that the ultimate authority lies with the people. Other countries might have gun laws similar to the US, but their citizens are only allowed to own guns at the sufferance of the state. Mind you, I’m not against gun ownership and if I lived in urban US, I’d most likely want a gun too, but there’s an almost spiritual dimension in Americans’ attitude towards guns. Next to Switzerland, Sweden is the most gunned-up country in Europe with about one privately owned firearm for… Read more »

Exile
Exile
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Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Felix, can confirm. None of the Scandis I spoke with seemed to care about gun ownership even though they could lawfully own a gun. And even then, they only talked about it in the hunting context. No one ever mentioned having a gun for protection. I was usually concerned with other subjects and knew Europe had no gun-culture, so I wasn’t thinking too much about it at the time, but now that you mention it, it’s really a non-issue there. There’s a lesson there for us. Euros in Our Thing are more advanced in terms of political action and influence… Read more »

James J OMeara
Member
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

They don’t need guns for protections because they don’t have millions of feral negroes and beaners roaming free. As someone said, if you delete those numbers, America’s rate of violent crime is lower than Finland. Strikes: another benefit of their strong labor movements (which the Right calls “Communism!”). Another benefit is that they don’t need a First Amendment (“Muh Constitution”) since it’s impossible to fire someone for their opinions. As someone (Zman?) said last week, you can see that the real agenda isn’t “fighting crime,” because they well know that’s the result of negroes, and they don’t use AK47s. Nor… Read more »

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

Just exactly where do you think you would you be today if there wasn’t 300 million firearms in the hands of the American people? How do you intend to force GoodWhites and the Tribe who comprise the Ruling Classes to reduce illegal immigration? Through the Vote? By electing a Bad Orange Man? I have seen the future on TV commercials played during Sportsball games and White boys ain’t in it. Catastrophe for Whites is inbound and you had better face reality. Mao said all power comes from the barrel of a gun. Mao, unlike 95% of White Americans, knew all… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Just exactly where do you think you would you be today if there wasn’t 300 million firearms in the hands of the American people? I have no idea. Do you give clues? How do you intend to force GoodWhites and the Tribe who comprise the Ruling Classes to reduce illegal immigration? If firearms was a solution, California would still be on American hands. How do you imagine you’re going to stop mass immigration with firearms? Here you are with your pals and your AR-15s and your Barret 50s and there are the feds with their AH-64s and their A-10s. What’s… Read more »

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

There is no “battle plan.” There is never a “battle plan.” When the oppressor gets too oppressive stuff happens. See Viet Nam, Afghanistan, etc., vs. The Leviathan for details. Of course that’s assuming Whites are still willing to die for a cause and that’s a big assumption. As it looks today American White males may end up stripped of their firearms, their dignity, and live out their miserable existence on a “reservation.” See the American Indian for details. BTW, “prepping” or however you choose to define it isn’t to “prevent” catastrophe, it is to allow one to deal with life… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

As it looks today American White males may end up stripped of their firearms, their dignity

There’s the problem, right there. A firearm is either a tool, a weapon or a sporting item, it has nothing to do with your dignity.

See Viet Nam, Afghanistan, etc., vs. The Leviathan for details.

Look up how many lives were lost when Denmark went from monarchical absolutism to democracy.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I don’t mean to sound chauvinistic but I really don’t give a damn how they do it in Europe. Or Kalifornia, New York, or anywhere else that has surrendered to progressivism.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

I don’t mean to sound chauvinistic but I really don’t give a damn how they do it in Europe. Or Kalifornia, New York, or anywhere else that has surrendered to progressivism.

I can understand about Europe, but if you are willing to write off The Golden State with a shrug, when is your No Passaran-moment? If the answer is “at my doorstep”, you stand alone. Hope you’ve got plenty of ammo.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Out here in the rural South I am not alone and we have plenty of ammo. If there is ever a “stand” this area, and others like it in the Mountain West and the Mid-West, is where it will happen. This ain’t Anaheim, Chula Vista, or Poughkeepsie. It’s still America out here more or less.

I gave up Kalifornia for lost over 30 years ago. I live as free as I possibly can avoiding urban anthills, crowds, GoodWhites, and “migrants.”

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

I believe in a different path, but goodspeed to you, your family and your country.

Allfather
Allfather
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

You are a nihilist or a troll. If you believe you are defeated then you are. I guess you take some pride in falling to your knees when whites are still the majority? You are the problem. I’ve never seen more poor leadership principles than in your posts. You have clearly never led men before. It’s a different reality than you have ever experienced. Keep hoping the country keeps you re-supplied. You will have no electricity when it happens, and the feral orks will be at your doorstep. I will not defend you, nor will any people I lead. Does… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

“I really don’t give a damn about things that don’t confirm my beliefs, I want my woobie.”

Carl, Europe on the whole has no more “surrendered to Progressivism” than America has. Some parts/people have, some haven’t. California is full of based rednecks who agree with Us. So is upstate New York.

You can sound as chauvanistic as you like, but stereotypes only work if they’re accurate. Yours are straight out of Hannityville, and they’re part of the problem we have with building a right wing that wins rather than one that LARPs and copes.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

There I somewhat disagree. To be stripped of arms has been an indignity throughout the ages. Indeed, the bearing of arms and the type of arms that may be carried has always been a sign of status in the West and I suspect throughout the world. And it’s the stripping of arms we are talking about, not their particular utility in any hypothetical situation. Now such may have changed in most of the poz’d West in the last couple of centuries. America was fairly unique in that colonists (every able-bodied man—and women) had to fight hostile Indians for over two… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Prepping is great and I think everyone who isn’t a for-real criminal should own a gun. But that’s light-years away from organized armed resistance. Even Our Guys are physically scattered, culturally divided and massively out-gunned, out-funded and out-organized by the opposition. We have to learn to walk before we can march. And Europe shows us that gun rights and political power are two different conversations.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I’m not in disagreement with what you are saying which is a mountain of guns collecting dust are basically useless, but you jumped the shark on this one tired argument and it smacks of lefty ignorance of logistics & war in general: “Here you are with your pals and your AR-15s and your Barret 50s and there are the feds with their AH-64s and their A-10s.” Simple mathematics, how many Apaches and A-10s are available vs. the millions of AR rifles? How many men and how much training is needed to maintain those weapon platforms vs. the AR platform? If… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Apex Predator
9 months ago

Apex, you re right about small arms vs heavy weapons. Vietnam, Afghanistan (2 times, against the Red Army and against us) and Iraq are plenty proof of that. But you re asking the wrong question. The real question is: if guns prevented tyranny, why are whites in America, ie heritage Americans, about to become minority in their own country?? Anything that is irrelevant to that question is irrelevant to the future of America.

And yes, I still support gun rights. I just think they are a distraction from the real problem.

Rogeru
Rogeru
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

@moran ya simba
” real question is: if guns prevented tyranny, why are whites in America, ie heritage Americans, about to become minority in their own country?? ”

Guns don’t prevent anything, they’re tools of man’s will. If men lack will, no tool can save them.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Apex Predator
9 months ago

If I had to fight a war tomorrow and you offered me 100,000 riflemen or 1000 AH-64s? LOL, just stop… again, it is -not- a good look about your understanding of actual tactics and logistics tails of various systems. Exactly the kind of larper prattle that displaces serious political discussions. Afghanistan, Vietnam and Iran are NOTHING like the US, they’re fighting a foreign invader and virtually everybody is on the side of the local boys, even they guys that work for the US occupation. If you end up in another civil war, you’ll be fighting your own people, and most… Read more »

Allfather
Allfather
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Then explain why superior military power loses in Afghanistan, Iraq, and even Viet Nam, with an adversary with just small arms?

It’s called guerrilla warfare; it’s still used because it works.

Allfather
Allfather
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Give me 1,000 riflemen and see what happens.

It’s so easy. I’ve done it before. Just break them down into squads of minimum 5 men rifle teams. I would always add some demolition teams to that too, but, rifle squads alone would work.

That makes 200 rifle teams. It’s amazing the damage that just one team can do.

Think infrastructure, not people.

You don’t get it do you?

bilejones
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I’ve seen it posited, and it seemed accurate, that the most effective approach would be against a couple of wives or kids of the local enforcers.

Normie
Reply to  Apex Predator
9 months ago

Apex, So you’re stating (as fact) that normal citizens with their 300 million fire arms could take on the Gov. Military of the US? The Drones… The 1.16 million Military Personnel in the Coastal US? Tanks, Aircraft and Mortar… Seriously? And before you state “most Military Men would fight with their families” reread world history and let me know how many paid soldiers stuck with the pay check or instead fought tyranny and decided not to get paid anymore… The stupidest argument on earth is “if I have an AR 15 I’m protected from my Government.” Nope. All a gun… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Apex Predator
9 months ago

I’m going to say here that I usually like the comments from our Euro posters like Felix and Exile but today I need to disagree with you. I’ll try to address some of your arguments: 1. Modern high tech sooooper weapons can’t be beat, might as well give up. You can’t fight the US military with all their captured flying saucer tech… Others have pointed out that some of our own country’s pointless wars for Isra… er freedumb and dumbocracy, have shown that yes, peasants with small arms can make life extremely difficult for bugmen in spaceships. Felix countered with… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  pozymandias
9 months ago

Poz, I’m hardly a “Euro poster.” I grew up in Southern Ohio and I’ve lived in California for years. I’m typing this in San Diego. 1. Who said anything about giving up? I’m for fighting in a time and place and manner more of our choosing rather than letting a superior-armed, better organized opponent destroy us in detail, and I’m for doing it after events have beat him down for me. We’re not in some “5 years or finished” scenario. We have time and space, let’s use them. 2. The problem with the woobie is that it keeps Linus from… Read more »

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Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

Ok Exile, I’m aware that you’re an American but I group you with the Euros because you obviously get there more than I do and have a better knowledge of the place(s). Also, my posts are always too long to begin with so I generalized. So I’ll answer your answers. Points 1 & 2. Well I agree about this. We should never play to our enemies’ strengths. I’m just less sure than you that he’ll actually be able to marshal those “superior arms and organization” quite as readily. I don’t doubt that the US has the most fearsome war machine… Read more »

PrimiPilus
PrimiPilus
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

……. ??? They didn’t work so well overall for us — those techno killing marvels — in Afgh & Iraq. It’s not the weapons. It’s what you are willing to do. Yes, gun owning Americans are reluctAnt to cross certain lines. They’re still hobbled by an unclear understanding of what’s going on, by a delusional mindset, and by a love for or refuge in an idea of what America was. The myth that gives their lives meaning and keeps them sane may indeed be to powerful to transcend. But don’t delude yourself about what a determined people with 300+ M… Read more »

Allfather
Allfather
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Really? What is an A-10 rifle? Last I checked it was a anti-tank aircraft, affectionately known as the A-10 Warthog.

I’m sure you meant the AR-10 which is chambered in .308.

You seem to be a fraud or just really naive in things of this nature.

Dave
Dave
Reply to  Allfather
9 months ago

I have no idea when I will have occasion to use my guns, with whom and against whom, but I can assure you all that never in human history has an incipient civil war been averted by one side telling the other to hand over their guns. Even in the most unfree countries that always had strict gun control, war breaks out and everyone suddenly has guns.

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

Look, I love that Americans are armed to the teeth. But those guns don’t do us much good until things get unimaginably bad. I’d prefer to not reach that point. And that means trying to organize, recruit and, eventually, push back in non-violent ways.

I realize that at the moment, that seems like a pipe dream, but you have to start somewhere.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Carl, how are they doing it in Italy, Hungary, Greece, etc..? No one is “forcing” our elites to do anything – we’re getting rolled every day. Gun-grabbing is an issue we can exploit because it hits normies where they can still feel anger and loss. But guns are more a factor in the nightmares of paranoid Progs than the actual political calculations of elite policy-makers. They’re a limiting factor, but don’t overestimate that.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Just exactly where do you think you would you be today if there wasn’t 300 million firearms in the hands of the American people? In terms of the two most important issues of all, demographic replacement and neomarxist perversion of society, the US, with liberal gun laws, is competing with Sweden (Euro style gun laws but relatively many guns) and France for being in the deepest fix. How much worse could it be? Guns did NOTHING against these things. I like guns too. But you are ignoring facts and grabbing your comfort blankets; guns don’t prevent demographic replacement. You will… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
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Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Guns have always seemed to me not a brake on the pozz but rather a final firewall. When things get to the point where our tribe becomes so cornered that instinct will finally drive them to finally act, they’ll have access to something more than a pitchfork. Whites in the US have no political out. Our brethren across the pond can and do form political parties. That is their firewall. The options are different so the focus is different. The Europeans have a chance to turn things around through their institutions without going into total meltdown. This option is dead… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Yves Vannes
9 months ago

YV writes: “The Europeans have a chance to turn things around through their institutions without going into total meltdown. This option is dead to us.” I think you summed up the difference better than I did with all my excess wordage. Another thing you hinted at and that Exile also did in his retort to my first post above was that in the longer term the Left’s coalition of freaks and morons will be hard to control and also eventually degrades his capacity to get things done. This is why I pointed out that if and when the “final battle”… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
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Reply to  pozymandias
9 months ago

I agree completely. When they again get control of the executive branch it will be peddle to the metal for them.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

From Moa’s “Red Book” (IIRC), “Get a Big Knife”:

“Get a knife. With a big knife, you can get a sword. With a sword, you can get a pistol. With a pistol, you can get a rifle. With a rifle, you can get anything”. 😉

There—and you thought I wasted all my college years in pursuit of boring academics.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

Ask the Boers who settled Africa. Or the settlers of America. A gun is a great thing to have if you are confronting bad people and you need to protect yourself.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

Sure they are (not being sarcastic btw). But how did South Africa work out for the Boers long-term?? Guns are not the real issue, one way or the other. We need to confront this red herring about guns.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Boars/South Africans gave up their country. As I see us doing. But right now they are arming, training, and planning for the final push of their vibrant countrymen who campaign openly on a platform of White extermination. Perhaps that’s our fate as well, but damn if they (SA Whites) will “go gently into that good night”. Bully for them.

bilejones
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Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago
Peter
Peter
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

I work with several ex-pat SAFA’s and one Rhodesian. No need to ask them how it turned out. If you’re an American and are ignorant of how it turned out for them you’re going to find out fairly soon

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

Twitter wisdom:

“america can have a 2A and still become a gay brown stripmall”

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Can you not say something positive about the thousands of Americans who got off their asses and actually confronted the Leviathan and its Media arm on their own turf?

David_Wright
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Ok, good show boys. Now how about Felix’s take on them moving to other issues such as the immigration and move your troops there to protest.
You know, if you are of a really diabolically frame of mind, you would think the overlords would let us keep fighting and holding ground on the gun rights. Then, just keep winning and beating us down on everything else. Then guns and the so called rights that go with them mean nothing.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  David_Wright
9 months ago

Essentially these “protesters” were the same demographic as the “Tea Party.” They were ridiculed by the Leviathan and ignored by the Republican Party. But if you want to take the lead on the next assault on the Ruling Class be my guest.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Carl, I was in that last Tea Party “assault.”

We accomplished nothing. We were subverted from Day 1 by the consultant class and our voltage was harmlessly grounded into GOP politics. Our candidates were all shills like Flake & Amash. We didn’t make a difference and we’re a footnote and cautionary tale at best now.

We deserve to be ridiculed and ignored for those years and those efforts because we lost. You have to win to be respected.

We’re here today because of lessons learned.

I for one don’t want props for wasting my time in Tea Party politics.

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

Those guys were great. It was a very good day for our side. I just wish whites got as upset about other issues.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Of course. I might do that in another post.

But compared to Pegida in Germany or the Yellow Vests in France, it’s puny stuff and, as I wrote, a diversion of nationalist energy into a less important issue.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

And yet they are still powerless drones.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

The Yellow Vests have achieved more policy change than MAGA – not a high bar, mind you.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

You really believe that?

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

What has MAGA accomplished beyond based tweets & tax cuts for Mitt Romney ?

Compare:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_vests_movement#Economic_reforms

Thin gruel, but at least it was gruel for the proles, not the banksters.

Normie
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

What has MAGA accomplished other than giving the world the Bad Orange Man humiliating himself on a daily basis?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Normie
9 months ago

Normie, you might know some of what Trump has done if you read this blog more regularly and stop simply looking for a trolling opportunity.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

The American system is laggy by design but irresistible when it gets rolling. It took 75 years of immigration, free trade, liberal democracy, and the Marshall Plan mindset to get us here. In the face of heavy if ultimately failed conservative resistance. Greater resistance from the libs today. Change is coming.

David_Wright
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

What are these yellow vests that you mentioned?

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  David_Wright
9 months ago

Magic Jew theory, media edition. The YV’s have achieved some concessions and they’ve forced enough coverage from an equally cucked and pozzed Euro media establishment. To make your point, you have to ignore the fact that they’ve been a significant news item for over a year and the fact that they’ve achieved real governmental concessions. It’s a cute point to make, but it’s not accurate.

ReturnOfBestGuest
ReturnOfBestGuest
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Every week thousands upon thousands of the “Gilet Jaunes” turn out to protest. When was the last time the media covered it? Corporate and governmental censorship (I repeat myself) is a problem that I don’t see getting any better.

David_Wright
Member
Reply to  ReturnOfBestGuest
9 months ago

That’s why I sarcastically asked about the yellow vests. Some downvoter doesn’t get it.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Agree but many on the right won’t kick the doom porn addiction. Imagine what could be accomplished if people expected to win!

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

As much as I hate to admit it, there’s a consumerist element here. The gun culture is largely a middle-class thing and the middle-class tends to see things in terms of stuff.

As in “you can wreck my neighborhood, poz my kids and make me an exile in my own homeland, but don’t touch my stuff.”

Same as it ever was. A wise Italian once said “men sooner forget the death of their father than the loss of their patrimony.”

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

There is another angle to gun ownership and the right thereof, and that is the expression of “agency”. It is a tangible element of “I have control over my life”, though most people on our side can lose track of that in the more granular arguments. The other side certainly sees gun ownership as evidence of ones control over his own life, and wants to take that agency away. They get it, but don’t say it. It is about handcuffing us for our demands to carry on our lives independent of the dictates of the borg.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Dutch
9 months ago

I think you are right but I also think there is a comfort blanket side to guns. B/c, except in immediate self-defense situations, they dont actually give you more control over your life. Use guns in a criminal way and your life is effectively over, w decades in the big house. Go and live by yourself in the woods? How long before hikers report ‘scary hobo in the woods w a gun’ and cops swarm in to find you? Guns do not give you much additional control, save for self-defense situations.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

I think there’s a sort of predatory wildness included in the spirit of the U.S. that is mitigated by the public’s ownership of 100’s of millions of guns. I have no doubt we’d be worse off without the guns. Also, what Dutch said.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

Look, Im a little black-pilled on guns. B/c the anti-tyranny argument about guns, it doesn’t work. If guns can’t prevent whites from becoming minority, that defines them as a minor issue.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

I hear what you’re saying and I used to share that belief, but now I see that the gun guys are right, it’s just that their way of presenting their position is obtuse and hostile and turns off a lot of people. If the U.S. public didn’t own so many guns, I think the censorship we see from Big Tech would be much worse, carrying over to banking accounts and hiring/firing practices in not only the private sector but the government as well, and not just for the most outspoken among us, but for any subtle reason given by a… Read more »

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

BTW, the gun owners and other rightists come off as “obtuse and hostile” because many of them saw and felt this pozzed totalitarianism coming on many decades ago and, eventually, they gave up on their countrymen ever seeing and understanding what they do after being shouted down and chased off platforms. But they were right, we’re all catching up, so please understand when conservative people have little faith in things being turned around it’s because they saw it decades before the rest of us. To those who are able to still communicate it, God bless you! To those who are… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

If the U.S. public didn’t own so many guns, I think the censorship we see from Big Tech would be much worse, carrying over to banking accounts and hiring/firing practices in not only the private sector but the government as well Big Tech censorship is as bad in the US as almost anywhere in the Western world, bar Britain, Sweden and (for particular, historical reasons) Germany. Americans are being denied financial services for political reasons (something that’s not even happening in Sweden), people are being fired for wearing MAGA-hats, and the government OPENLY practices hiring policies that are discriminatory against… Read more »

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I hear you loud and clear, Felix. But I honestly do not think things would be better without our gun rights in the U.S. We live in a land that has no concept of Labor-Management shared power in the workplace that you have in the most civilized parts of Europe. Even worse, we are now going backward in the U.S. in terms of knowledge, intelligence and smarts in our political leaders, who are increasingly from lands that hate the white heritage people of the U.S. The left is still anticipating that upward, civilized coup of universal health care, but due… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

But I honestly do not think things would be better without our gun rights in the U.S

Probably not, no, but the question is whether they impact the key issues at all.

I absolutely agree that medicare for all is a ripoff of white people, as are all social services extended to invaders: there’s a limit to how many health services even obese Westerners can consume, so you import customers from all over the world and put the bill on whitey’s tab.

I hope universal health care is abolished here in Denmark, because it’s a major pull factor in immigration.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I agree with you, Felix. I’d like to be able to just go to the doctor and pay a reasonable fee for services, without any insurance middleman. Maybe a homogenous, civilized white society could subsidize catastrophic care so no one is worried if a stroke makes a family member into a perpetual vegetable, but all other services are the responsibility of the individual. That’s the extent of collective medical care I’d like to see. Otherwise, would love to be able to visit any clinic or doctor for assistance with a cold or medical condition and pay a reasonable fee for… Read more »

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

It’s the threat of guns that keep excess or over-reaching governance at bay. That still applies in America, though it’s becoming increasingly shaky.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

It’s the threat of guns that keep excess or over-reaching governance at bay.

Governmental overbearance is not kept at bay in the US, it’s running amok.

As I said, I think the two issues are unrelated: Britain has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the world, Sweden some of the most liberal, but both countries suffer gravely from government persecution of political wrongthink.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago
Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

That’s a really good point. It made me think that we are still struggling on the marxist-liberterian materialist turf. That’s why we get hammered all the time.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I support gun rights but I think you are largely right. It is a matter of simple empiricism that guns have done nothing to prevent multiculturalism ie demographic replacement, gross government abuse and humiliation of whites, especially straight white males. Also by way of comparison, guns in a place like Afghanistan have not prevented one insane government taking over from the last. And take any of the Eastern European countries right after WWII. They must have been afloat in small arms, German, Russian, whatever Polish farmers had of shotguns and hunting rifles. That did nothing to prevent the NKVD from… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
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Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

No offence Felix, but you have that one exactly backwards. The gun movement is all about patriotism; and protecting freedom and liberty. Give those guys a chance and they’ll be speeching about God, Mom, apple pie and God that’ll bring tears of pride to the eye. In point of fact – every dissident here should own a gun and be proficient in its use and the laws pertaining to it. The gun community IS behind the 8 ball on race realities. Most gunnies believe all men are equal, and are cucked about race realism. That is changing rapidly thanks to… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

The gun movement is all about patriotism; and protecting freedom and liberty. But that is exactly the problem here: the philosophical conflation of gun rights and basic freedoms. One has nought to do with the other. If the government banned power drills or chain saws, it would impact white men’s practical freedoms much more than if they banned suppressors or high-capacity magazines, and people would (hopefully) riot in the streets, but nobody would claim that owning a power drill were essential to being a free American. To repeat: I’m not against gun ownership but it should not be a defining… Read more »

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

Small Point of Order:

It’s not a “love affair with guns”.

It’s more of an attitude of let the f-er’s know that, if push comes to shove, about 1% of the population would rather self-immolate than comply when pushed too hard.

The hope is that that will cause some “pause”.*

* There is no evidence of that, however. “We are doomed”, indeed.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
9 months ago

It’s more of an attitude of let the f-er’s know that, if push comes to shove, about 1% of the population would rather self-immolate than comply when pushed too hard.

Yes, but the problem is that nobody actually believe that. Globohomo has been running train on your ass for the last two decades, almost as if they were not scared of your popguns. At all.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

But Felix, if they are not scared, why not allow us the right to keep and bear arms? Seems like a lot of trouble for nothing? Somewhere there is value to them to be discussing such laws and restrictions. And what is of value to the “Globahomo’s” is of equal value to me to object to. Yes, it would be nice to direct all those energies to a major march on Washington to protest immigration, but people have their priorities I suppose. They not your priorities, but the trick is to make the best of them for the ultimate cause… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Compsci
9 months ago

if they are not scared, why not allow us the right to keep and bear arms? Good question. I’m guessing here, but I suspect it’s connected to the fact that guns is such a charged issue to Americans, not just politically but on an almost existential level: it seems to be an identity marker almost as signal as skin color. This makes the regressives feel they’re fighting the power, and they’re confirmed in that belief by the reaction of the 2a’ers. Maybe they ride that pony because everything that divides Americans is good for globohomo. Or maybe they just like… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
9 months ago

I mean, nobody is scared of global warming either, they just pretend to be because it’s good politics. The same is most likely the case with gun-grabbing.

Joseph S. Blow, III
Joseph S. Blow, III
9 months ago

At least outwardly, the bill regarding 1 gun/month is related to Bloomberg’s claim that the handguns in the hands of ‘urban teens’ are originally sold in the South. I’ve no idea if this is based in truth, but his money is behind a lot of this. The local and state government’s shenanigans in C’ville, at least those that stood-down and forced the protestors through a gauntlet of counter-protesters, rather than doing their job of actual peacekeeping, came out in the following investigations. The VA state senator’s tweet naming the current protest as a trap for domestic terrorists was also telling.… Read more »

Tarl Cabot
Tarl Cabot
Reply to  Joseph S. Blow, III
9 months ago

I’m not so certain. Richmond has become at least a counter argument to Charlottesville. Even normies will understand that the difference was no Antifa.

Member
Reply to  Tarl Cabot
9 months ago

Bah. No Antifa makes a difference, but no torches and idiot larps is, oyez, oyez, more noteworthy.

The Charlottesville outcome was well desevrved. Bunch of moron spergs a year ago. [I mean really. TIKI TORCHES?]

Way more normal people for Lobby Day MLK 2020 in Richmond.

Still too many mountain man larps [even if more sane] for my taste though. Those guys need to get over themselves. Daisy Duke is swinging the other way now after going to Evergreen State.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  Joseph S. Blow, III
9 months ago

The 1 gun per month limit is the sneaky way of the left. If they succeed in this, they will put their foot in the door for many other limits on gun ownership. This is why they present a bill that sounds overly reasonable on its face. For the low-info voter. Who would oppose a limit to one handgun being purchased per month? So reasonable. And then — **GOTCHA!!** Go to re-education camp, directly to re-education camp, do not stop for job or money or life — you are OUT!!

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ursula
9 months ago

No it’s a way to track you Ursula because how else are they going to know if you have bought one gun unless there is some sort of registry…So it’s a registration scheme on the down low…

Carl B.
Carl B.
9 months ago

The people pushing this stuff are white people. There are a few Jews and browns tossed in, but the main body of the Left is still white and formerly Protestant.

A fact many readers of this site need to get through their heads.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Exactly. White people have a special combination of intelligence, organization, & work ethic. On the one hand this leads them to create great societies and expansive empires. On the other hand it leads to terrible righteous fads like Bolshevism, Nazism, and Neoliberal Progressivism. Basically, when whites unite for something, WATCH OUT.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Marko
9 months ago

Basically, we are in a civil war with our own people. The other minorities can be handled—they just want material shit, the problem is with progressive Whites.

UFO
UFO
Reply to  Compsci
9 months ago

Yeah. The non whites get invited here from their shithole, given free stuff, and given preferential hiring for jobs. Of course they’re going to say yes. They think we’re fools. And most of us are. They are assimilating into globohomo. Saw a band of babbling hijabs today at the mall. Only one was pushing a stroller. Chattering away in Arabic. Spending every last penny of their husbands income or welfare cheques on vain shit. Exactly what tptb want. Soulless, childless, deracinated transplant consumers. Frankly we all lose over time and long term they would be better off spiritually in their… Read more »

UFO
UFO
Reply to  UFO
9 months ago

Same with Indians. They are better off in india. They are rich, but soulless lonely and sexless in the west. They developed their own caste and marriage system which works for them. Why do they need to become us? Our current system barely even works for white people.

Ursula
Ursula
Reply to  UFO
9 months ago

Except they have greater numbers now for a community of many like themselves, which allow them to sh!t on the whites who tolerated them and allowed further access. They hire their own Indians, to hell with the naive tolerant whites who gave them this obscene advantage in white lands. Same for Latinos. It’s nuts.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  thezman
9 months ago

Yeah, at a close enough level/examination, the argument can be made we are two “different” people. Hard to tell where to stop drilling down for the purpose of commentary brevity. Point being, that aside from such HBD differences as Dutton—and Woolley—admirably outline in their research, the progressive Whites possess most of the same attributes we do—intellect, conciencousness, innovativeness, wealth, etc. The enemy is therefore formidable, more so than we often give due credit.

Maus
Maus
Reply to  thezman
9 months ago

Thank you Zman. Your nod to Ed Dutton, who is a passionate, truth-seeking intellectual, is precisely the antidote to the despair I expressed in my separate comment. While it may be too much to hope that witch burning can be revived, we can nevertheless teach normies to identify them and avoid their maladaptive ways. I have a piece of flotsam upon which to cling.

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

We understand that. But we also understand that as you move from the “main body of the Left” to brain, the ratio of “white and formerly Protestant” and Jews changes dramatically. We also know who finances the Left and who controls their propaganda wing, i.e. the media.

We can look at the facts and know who’s behind the curtain. We can also understand that progressive whites buy it hook, line and sinker because they want to believe it. It takes two to tango.

Cerulean
Cerulean
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Formerly Protestant? I don’t think any religious body is immune to the left. The following quote could be applied to almost any national mainline church body.

https://cruxnow.com/church-in-the-usa/2016/06/catholic-church-say-gun-control/

“Catholics wondering what the Church has to say on the subject will find nothing firm from Rome, but a clear drift from the U.S. bishops in favor of stronger controls and the eventual near-elimination of guns from American society.”

Avery
Member
Reply to  Cerulean
9 months ago

Also, the larger a state’s WHITE Catholic population the more likely they are to be loyal to the Left. (MA, CT, RI, NY). And most of those people in media who are not Jewish are usually Catholics – actually, former Catholics – with the handful of Wasps mostly being gay and thus less representative of their group than the Jews and white Catholics..

The “blame the Protestants/Puritans” theory is as magical as White Privilege theory, with just as much – or rather, as little – quantitative evidence to back it up. Re-heated Moldbuggism.

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

If it were just whites we wouldn’t need a protest because whites support gun ownership. All minorities do not.

Asian: Control gun ownership 71% / protect gun ownership 17%.
• Black: Control gun ownership 73% / protect gun ownership 25%.
• Hispanic: Control gun ownership 69% / protect gun ownership28%.
• White: Control gun ownership 42% / protect gun ownership 55%.

Anyone who want to believe this is from “white progs” is lying to themselves.

Member
9 months ago

The other thing that the left has to memory hole about Richmond is that on Saint Martin Luther King’s Day, where the media normally bombards us with footage of negroes marching in the streets of formerly white cities with whites falling in prostration to the sainted negro, armed white men marched around in their turf, and King was mostly off the radar.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Pickle Rick
9 months ago

My local news didn’t skimp on the honky obeisance.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  KGB
9 months ago

My local news only paid the minimum of lip service. Wokey, Blackie, and Brownie were holding their breath, waiting to see what Whitey would do.

Whitey shook the sheriff’s hand, and picked up the trash.

Here’s to Second Amendment Day!

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

This is why I’ve always hated labeling the other side the “Left.” They’re not Communists; they’re theocrats imposing the Cult or Equality on the country. (Jews and the brown horde aren’t Leftists either, they’re just looking out for ethnic interest and free stuff.)

This is a religious war, not an ideological war. We are their devil. They aren’t going to negotiate with the devil nor will they just let us alone. The devil needs to be fought every day, all day until he is destroyed. That’s what we’re up against. We can’t forge that.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

They’re not Communists; they’re theocrats imposing the Cult or Equality on the country.

The obsession with equality IS the left. Communism is just one flavor of it.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Just because I call it the Cult of Equality doesn’t mean that I think its leaders believe in the equality.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

“The obsession with equality IS the left. Communism is just one flavor of it.”

In a nutshell, Moran.
The religion of Equality.
The odd thing is, it’s a White religion.

Whitney
Member
9 months ago

One side says “life’s not fair” the other side says “we will make life fair.”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Whitney
9 months ago

Yep, we’ll make life “fair” by making it equally “unfair”—to the detriment of all.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Whitney
9 months ago

In other words one side is sane, the other insane 🙂

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Paintersforms
9 months ago

Exactly. The madmen control the asylum and they have forced us outside the gates but eventually they’re going to burn it down. It’s inevitable

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Paintersforms
9 months ago

Fighting straw men, or figments from the past, or un-possible futures. Things that don’t exist, things that aren’t real.

Sandmich
Sandmich
9 months ago

I suppose this is the “normie left” issue; just as late 20th century conservatism is fading away in a tribal society, the normie left will as well as the racial paradoxes become more and more impossible to coordinate…hopefully.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Sandmich
9 months ago

A lot of their solidarity came from the unions. The unions are toast, so I think it stands a good chance.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
9 months ago

I was one of those fortunate enough to meet up with some of the characters in our passing cavalcade: Dutch, Lineman, Mike_C, Range Front Fault, Exile, LineInTheSand, Penitent Man and Gauss. Thanks to the first two listed for making it happen. The day was unique in several ways. How often do you meet a bunch of people you feel like you already know? How often can you turn off the filter between the speech center and the vocal cords? How often is everyone at the table smart, well-read, polite, and dissident as all get-out? I’m kind of a loner, or… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  The Right Doctor
9 months ago

How did you get manage to meet up? It’d be great to get together with some of the people around here, but everyone is (correctly) worried that it’s some sort of FBI trap. I live the DC area so I’m sure that there are some others on this board in the area as well, but we’re literally in belly of the beast. I mean, a government guy doesn’t even have to travel to inflitrate our little get-together.

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

Citizen, stand by. Our little get together worked out far above and beyond what I, for one, expected out of it. I am still processing all that I experienced and observed from the thing, and it has changed my outlook about how to go about some things. This bottom-up arrangement has huge merit, done right, and Lineman and I stumbled into some “done right” elements of it. It needs to be shared, and you NEED to do it, you have no idea of the variety of take-aways you will get, starting with what The Right Doctor outlined above. We’ll come… Read more »

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

Great. I’ve been trying to figure out how to square that circle for awhile. I go back and forth between thinking I’m being paranoid to thinking I’m insane to even think about trying to link up with people around here, at least using this board as a means. Like I said, I live in the DC area. I’ve never had an FBI agent as a neighbor but you can bet some govt agent type lives within a couple of miles of me. Joining our little get-together would barely require him to change his commute. Times like this I wish I… Read more »

Carrie
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

Citizen-
I too am in the DMV….

Met Z in person in the autumn.
A most pleasant experience.

Hoping Dutch can guide us, with regard to specifically the security measures / screening that was put in place beforehand and leading up to said meeting.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  The Right Doctor
9 months ago

Think of Robin Williams on less cocaine. Guys and Gal, I’m working on a tribute post for y’all, hopefully today – the MLK thing took up time and the day job is pressing. Short version: that’s the best group meet-up I’ve yet had with anyone, anywhere, anytime. Now that we’re past the preliminaries of first-time-meetup, the work we can do together can make a real difference in some lives around here and among others. Looking forward to working with all of you in the future. Next time someone comes around trolling about this place, think about this weekend and the… Read more »

Maus
Maus
Reply to  The Right Doctor
9 months ago

I wonder if others are tinged with the green of envy as I am at the gathering Doc describes: a IRL meet-up of some of my favorite commenters. To sit at the same table and converse with any three of these folks would seem like the Transfiguration must have felt. If this happens again, I would move mountains to be worthy of an invite.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  The Right Doctor
9 months ago

Thanks, Doc, that was heartening and gratifying. Thanks everbody there who put in the time and gave it a shot.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  Alzaebo
9 months ago

When I got home, my wife set me up in a discussion with our ultra-liberal friend, having told her that I went to a ‘convention’. What kind of convention she asked? I said there were only nine of us. What did you do? We walked around the museum and talked. What did you talk about? I said, “Socio-political stuff.” Now, she knows that I have described our politics as ‘opposite’. So she said, “Oh, a Trump support group?” I said, “Hardly!” and that stopped the conversational ball. And, for the record, I don’t recall the president coming up in any… Read more »

Gauss
Gauss
Reply to  The Right Doctor
9 months ago

It was a great community-building exercise that exceeded my expectations. It’s fair to say that no one wanted the day to end. I’m hopeful that we will grow the relationships that were formed on Saturday.

John Peters
John Peters
9 months ago

Um….I think you are missing the point.

The “Left” wants sensible firearms restrictions because they want safe schools and public places.

It is simple: less access to guns=less chance a crazy person gets a gun=less chance of mass murder

It is quite telling that the majority of the marchers as well as the mass killers are overwhelmingly white

That tells you something right there.

Read the twitter feed of Professor Justin Moss to see how “progressive whites” think

https://twitter.com/justinmoss?lang=en

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

And as we’ve seen from every country that’s tried it, crime rates go up when the citizens can’t defend themselves. Without a means of self defence, The Law Of The Jungle asserts itself as it has in Baltimore, New Orleans, Detroit, etc.

Put your money where your mouth is and go live in a black ‘hood.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

Smith, That’s why I say stop food drops, and drop pallets of guns instead. Let the self-selection begin!

#EscapeFromBaltimore

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

Gun violence is mostly a black thing. The “left” doesn’t talk about that except in a way they can blame whites. They want to disarm white folks, especially those they despise in flyover country.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Wolf Barney
9 months ago

Wolf, that’s just it.

We keep getting blamed for what other people do.

The hatred of us is what comes first.

If the starting argument is, “I hate your guts, this is how I show gratitude”, well, now what? WTF do they want?

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

John Peters you’re an idiot. A number of Bernie Sanders’ campaign staffers have said on tape they want to imprison, destroy, and otherwise “modify” Trump voters and “White Nationalists” through force-of-arms. Of course we know YOU won’t do it. Instead if given the opportunity you pencil-necked beta males will have government goons do your dirty work for you. Same as it ever was. Progressives don’t give a good god**** about human life. We know what you want. We know that you will do anything to accomplish it. You and your fellow fascists want to control people’s lives in every way… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

JP:

The racial percentages that support certain political positions in America is a very popular subject here. We Notice things like that all the time.

I agree with you that the racial makeup of any given political constituency is the most important and obvious thing to consider in judging how American politics work.

Let’s talk about who funds and manages the gun control lobby. Or mass media corporations like Twitter. Or our colleges.

There’s a lot to Notice if you have the time to share more with us.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

Good morning, Tiny.

Fabian Forge
Member
Reply to  Dutch
9 months ago

Yup. The big tell is, the Wee Waterfowl concludes as usual with assigned reading.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Fabian Forge
9 months ago

And the obtuse anatomical references in the name, always.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

That twitter feed is a frickin’ goldmine

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  John Peters
9 months ago

JP. These equations/recommendations always fail to balance cost and benefit. There is absolutely no point in reviewing such. The arguments for more gun laws are always the same. Cost is always played down or downright ignored. Benefit always exaggerated. If you want to cite ref’s to Lefty faculty, then let me cite John Lot, “More Guns, Less Crime” which has yet to be adequately refuted.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
9 months ago

The moralizing that has come out of progressives has never won the majority of the white male vote.  Johnston vs Goldwater was probably the last time more than 50% of white males supported a candidate who rejected the more masculine position. The current milieu is the work of women, Jews, nu-Americans and a minority of white men. Normal male society is a mixture of alphas, potential alphas, betas and something else. The lead alpha gets to sit in the saddle until the rest of the group figures he’s screwed up enough that he needs to be replaced. At that point… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Yves Vannes
9 months ago

YY, the dynamic of jockeying for social status (and how it’s replaced more manly competition) is another on my growing list of subjects to write about. Listening to LaFond on about 4 hours of recent pods really got me thinking more about the male role and how it’s been subverted and redirected. I’ve seen a lot of these guys in action in the sub-elite wanna-be fringe over the years and want to dig down further on what makes them tick. My hip-shot take is that a lot of this is down to wahmens (no revelation there, I know).

Stina
Stina
Reply to  Yves Vannes
9 months ago

I’m pretty certain we live in a matriarchy or at least did before the more recent iteration of leftist insanity. I think we’ve been in a matriarchy for a while, even if they haven’t been president or occupy the top slots of board rooms.

The investiture of culture and society has been focused on women for most (if not all) my life.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Stina
9 months ago

Agree, Stina.

Men no longer defend the palisades or borders, and misfit men no longer have a frontier to go to.

Women have stopped dying in childbirth, men have stopped culling their numbers in border wars or dying on the job.

Our signals of mate selection, personal triumph and tragedy honed over millions of years of dire necessity, are all screwed up.
We don’t know what to do with ourselves.

Abundance, for the first time, gave us the Nice White Lady vote. Our girls hoped to hold the camp together, but they’re brand-new at this game too.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Yves Vannes
9 months ago

Yves, a simpler proposition:
They’re University males.
They plan to stay within Uni environs.

A hothouse culture. Looks weird to outsiders.
Gov’t-Corporate is it’s outgrowth.

Exile
Exile
Member
9 months ago

Logic appeals to libertarian types (which includes a lot of us here), but there’s a reason why we never broke the 5% mark in elections. Less than 10% of the population is open to a logic-first approach to society. But Exile, you say that we only need 25% to tip the culture – aren’t those 10% a good start? No. They’re Patton’s Accordion. You can’t hunt when you’re dragging useless noisy baggage. Outgrowing this mindset is like learning a new language. Right now, my Judeo-Cromwellian vocabulary is barely better than my Bokmal or Russian. But I’ve learned most of the… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

Rhetoric first works. Rhetoric guided by logic. Not on the progs, but the 40-50% of normies. Progs knew this and used it to gain the upper hand.

Stina
Stina
Reply to  Paintersforms
9 months ago

Yes. Logic is built on assumptions. You need those common premises built first before you can build logic castles.

Premises and assumptions are shaped through rhetoric. The left attacked the base assumptions and the only way back is to find ways to re-establish them.

One guy I used to argue with elsewhere was so far gone he couldn’t even establish a reason why he should care for his family. He was lost. You can’t argue for that on logic, it’s a core value.

Member
9 months ago

Lots of small hat types were very triggered at the sight of armed white people, I wonder why?

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
9 months ago

Had a buddy who lectured me about offensive halloween costumes. Told him I didn’t think it was a moral crusade. He flipped out because that made me the bad guy. I pointed out he used to wear such a costume as our high school mascot and asked if that made him a bad person. He blew a gasket. I got fed up, told him I’d never done such a thing and wasn’t going to be lectured to by a hypocrite. We aren’t friends anymore.

Tucker
Tucker
9 months ago

The American Progressive mindset shows the problem with community. If I can decide that the community is improved with zoning, then my neighbor can decide that the community is improved by banning guns. Libertarians solve the problem by granting that it’s okay to build the lead smelter next to the elementary school. Property rights, etc. Progressives solve the problem with 50+1 takes all. As Z says, the key to community is who you let in and who you keep out. The corollary is that you need a public policy framework that agrees on some limits. Just because you have a… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Tucker
9 months ago

We covered this in our meet-up to some extent. Gatekeeping is going to be a vital function and having circles of trust is one solution. Residency and/or membership in the high-trust core requires universal community approval, with those fences being lowered as you move physically and socially further from the core. It’s essentially apartheid or the dreaded Nuremberg laws informed by today’s lessons from genetics and social science. What worked pretty well for them can work even better for Us.

Tucker
Tucker
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

How would your system work for something like Californians moving to Texas? Would you handle things by groups or by individuals?

I remember reading somewhere that the biggest problem with Apartheid was businessmen evading the system to get cheap labor.

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Tucker
9 months ago

Tucker, it depends on the situation. First you control the numbers of new entrants and their rate of entry. If you’re a Texas apartheid group and you notice you’re getting too many California types, you shut the gate before they hit the 10% number that seems to be the tipping point to start social discord. That number largely scales up. I’d allow the community clan leaders to vote on new spouses, for instance. If one of their sons married a “wine niece,” he’d have to go live in our mixed fringe “suburbs” with her rather than letting her Yenta up… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

We’d go back to turf, with young men showing off for the girls, defending their patch of sidewalk.

Browns do. But we whites aren’t allowed to anymore, and all the laws seem against us.

dearieme
dearieme
9 months ago

“society is judged by how it treats it weakest members.” I’m a dreadful old rightist but I do tend to judge a society by, amongst other criteria, how kind its members are to mental defectives and the insane, and to those in society who have to carry the burden of those poor souls.

And yet I think the American Left a malevolent crew of [dirty language].

Bruno the Arrogant
Bruno the Arrogant
Reply to  dearieme
9 months ago

Somehow, I’m not seeing a society that caters most to those who contribute the least as a recipe for success.

Charity is fine, but I submit that the priority should be investing in those with the most potential, not the hopeless cases.

Stina
Stina
Reply to  Bruno the Arrogant
9 months ago

Is there a scale within compassionate handling of the weak and helpless? Those include children, women, and the elderly – not just mentally slow. When I see “how we treat the weakest”, I’m not thinking dishing out gimmedats. I’m thinking are we beating them or being kind? I like the gleaning idea of caring for the widows and mentally slow – they must still work for their food, but the hardest work is done and we make room in how we structure society so that they can work for it even if we could do it ourselves and keep the… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Stina
9 months ago

Stina—exactly. Folks must be permitted/required to show an effort in their livelihood. That is human dignity. To the effect we are destroying such possibilities, we need to rethink societal organization.

Plato said that “Justice” is that virtue which assigns every man his due. I suspect we could substitute “compassion” for justice in this definition. Of course, Plato did not tell us how to assign/discover every mans’ “due”. In there lies the rub.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  dearieme
9 months ago

Dearieme. Without extensive qualification (some of which you state), that saying is just warmed over Marxist claptrap—“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs”. Our current altruistic nature has been the ruin of us at this point, and to what extent are we better off? Too many folk in the wagon, not enough pulling. It’s become a growth industry so to speak.

But I admit, I have no ready solutions.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  dearieme
9 months ago

You can care for mental defectives and the insane, but you don’t put them in charge.

Epaminondas
Member
9 months ago

The only thing holding the leftist coalition together is a visceral hatred of “privileged” whites. Which means that the progressive white is a self-loathing weirdo. How much longer before the internal contradictions cause this coalition to implode?

miforest
Member
Reply to  Epaminondas
9 months ago

yes , but that seems to be superglue.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  miforest
9 months ago

The firing squad may prove to be a superior lubricant.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
9 months ago

Maybe. You are absolutely right about this nonsense being driven by white progs, with the bulk of those being mostly white shitlib women. But… I say the game has changed, big time. It used to be that Lefty could cheat with impunity. He’d hatch a scheme, catch some video, edit it and spin it – and voila! Resurrected Nazis! Bigotry! Hate crimes! Leftist fart catchers in the media would tie up loose ends, deny any inconvenient players a voice, and it was done like dinner. Orange Man Bad = Gun Owners Bad. Your narrative! Prepared While U Wait! But look… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

I’m more blackpilled than even most people here and agree fully with you positive assessment. Lefty is in full bore panic because his propaganda outlets no longer work their magic. It’s why Jews are unhinged: their value to shape opinion is on thin ice. The neo-Puritans soon will relegate the Tribe back to the edge of the floe because this magic fail is perceived as betrayal.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

That lightened my black-pill a shade or two actually. Seems to add up. Thanks.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

Good, good stuff, Mistah Smith.

One of Many Georges
One of Many Georges
9 months ago

The truth is that we need to start slapping moral labels on them, too, bad people and maybe even evil and such. It might just make a lot of them dig in, but we have to engage them at that level. It will also strengthen the resolve of our own guys.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  One of Many Georges
9 months ago

More seriously good stuff, Georges.

“we need to start slapping moral labels on them, too”

That simple!
It worked for them, why the heck not for us.
Make them explain themselves: “why are you doing this, tell me the truth this time!”

Direct engagement.
That’s a sign of confidence- and we are right, after all, they’re the wreckers.

Calsdad
Calsdad
9 months ago

Re: “Appeals to their humanity, on the other hand, are infuriating, as it calls into the question the point of their existence. It is why they are most vulnerable to moral arguments. It cuts to their sense of identity.” I have to agree with that point. A number of times I’ve gotten into arguments with lefties – who blathered on with facts and statistics – and moral points – about the topic we were discussing (it usually revolved around firearms). I’ve found it very effective to just come out and say (after it was obviously they were trying to wrap… Read more »

Sleepy
Sleepy
Member
9 months ago

“The people pushing this stuff are white people. There are a few Jews and browns tossed in, but the main body of the Left is still white and formerly Protestant.” Hmmm…let’s us take a look at the Democratic leadership of the Virginia Assembly: President of the Senate: Justin Fairfax, black (from Washington, DC) President pro Tempore of the Senate: Louise Lucas, black (from Virginia) Majority Leader of the Virginia Senate: Dick Saslaw , Jew (from Maryland) Speaker of Virginia House of Delegates: Eileen Filler-Corn, Jew (from New York/New Jersey) Majority Leader of Virginia House of Delegates: Charniele Herring, black (from… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Sleepy
9 months ago

True, and I said basically the same thing elsewhere, but the bulk of Democrats are white. Z is right about that. Their leadership and financing on the other hand, well, the bulk of that definitely isn’t gentile. My suspicion is that Z is walking a fine line with JQ. If you focus too much on the role of Jews, you invite some serious weirdos into your world, which kills organizations. You also put off newbies who have had Holocaust guilt drilled into their heads from day one. Z is also all about positive identity as opposed to negative identity. Going… Read more »

Sleepy
Sleepy
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

According to exit polls, in 2016 Clinton got under half, 47%, of her votes in VA from whites, . Trump got 87% of his votes from whites. Presumably roughly those same percentages maintain in other elections. So, while gentile whites make up “the bulk” of the Democratic vote in VA (i.e., the 35% of whites that are liberal/progressive), they do NOT make up a majority of it. While everyone reading here should know that it is donors, not the voters, who primarily set the political agenda in the US, no one should assume that this means that the interests of… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
9 months ago

Excellent- a tightwalk indeed, between being able to repudiate the religion of Shoah and envision the future of White.

ReturnOfBestGuest
ReturnOfBestGuest
Reply to  Sleepy
9 months ago

I looked too (the party composition of the bicameral house.) It’s the same pattern you see everywhere. It’s like there’s something to the inheritance of traits. As some have said, the financing may prove otherwise.

Brahma
Brahma
Member
Reply to  Sleepy
9 months ago

Exactly! Jews, blacks, gays and crazy white women but the Jews call the shots and the blacks are the shock troops

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

The purpose of the anti-gun laws is to humiliate independent, ie somewhat masculine and non-progressive, whites. The ban on reselling registered firearms is further to collapse the price, for law-abiding citizens, of their weapons, b/c they now can’t sell them. It is not b/c they are ‘afraid’ of AR-15s or other long guns. It’s all just to castrate non-prog. whites, hence wicked to the bone.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

As Vizzini said, here’s to making secret societies great again.

Tarstarkusz
Member
9 months ago

They wuz soiling Dr Kangz’s legacy.
AOC was bitching how all da white folkz can protest in the streets with guns without the cops shooting at them, while when blacks go out and smash stuff and light fires without guns, they get beat up and arrested.
You really have to ask “are these people serious?” Do they really think the gun protest was anything like the Freddie Gray riots? She specifically mentioned the Freddie Grey protests while drawing the comparison. They cannot really believe this crap, can they?

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Tarstarkusz
9 months ago

Watch how AOC diverts Lefty energy from economics to Cult Marx stuff & Notice how she distances herself the da Squad on (((certain issues))).

She’s being groomed and I’ve loved trolling Lefties of late about how their hero is shilling for the richest of Fellow Whites.

Her own side is Noticing.

ReturnOfBestGuest
ReturnOfBestGuest
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

She’s an interesting case, isn’t she? Supposedly a NSF finalist, who changed majors in Uni and ended up bar-tending. That’s unusual. And ran in a re-district where the PR majority were more inclined to vote for AOC than the Irish guy who had been there since forever.

Brahma
Brahma
Member
Reply to  Tarstarkusz
9 months ago

She’s an idiot!

TomA
TomA
9 months ago

Progressive motivation is not just about ideology or transformational change, but at it’s root is the primal imperative of survival. All forms of communalism (Progressivism, Socialistism, or Communism) are underpinned by the biological trait of parasitism. And the product of Progressivism is authoritarian government which ensures (via force if necessary) that the host remains compliant during feed cycles. Firearm ownership by the host conflicts with this survival mechanism.

Maus
Maus
9 months ago

Maybe I am simply too black-pilled, but the underlying message I took from Zman today is that Reason is a false god for anyone who opposes Progressivism as Zman has defined it. Ever since first reading Aristotle, I have dedicated my life to seeking truth and subordinating my emotions to rationality. Apparently, I made a categorical error and should have cultivated my primal scream instead of my intellectual acumen. Would life have been better or more meaningful if I had been guided by the motto “Ever Thus to Tyrants” rather than “Truth”?

Exile
Exile
Member
Reply to  Maus
9 months ago

I for one still value Aristotle. Ms. Rand wasn’t entirely wrong. The error lies in deifying reason, in trying to apply it outside its proper sphere.

Aristotle certainly appreciated the power of rhetoric and I doubt that he told Alexander to rely on reason against his political opponents.

A proper application of logic demonstrates that logic has limits. It logically recognizes its own boundaries.

Today’s fault lies in using the logic hammer to turn a moral-political screw because you threw away the moral-rhetorical wrench.

Member
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

Put another way, drawing upon another Grecian, we would do well to keep in mind the Chariot allegory.

Brahma
Brahma
Member
Reply to  Exile
9 months ago

“It logically recognises it’s own boundaries” very good!

sirlancelot
sirlancelot
9 months ago

Twas a great morning . Watched the news, Richmond was a success !

On a local note 19 nurses from a local hospital all had beautiful white babies. Was successful with training at work and “after school activities”

Sun is shining, winter has finally arrived in the Northeast = life is pretty good.

The Second Amendment is there to fight tyranny. Very proud of my European Heritage but this is America.

When the time comes we will all have to harden our minds , bodies and hearts. It’s what we do best . White American men.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  sirlancelot
9 months ago

Mr. Knight you have to also be banding together with other Knights so your King doesn’t get murdered, your Queen raped and sold into slavery, and your Kingdom overran with Orcs…

R Moffett
R Moffett
9 months ago

When I got my CCW license last year, everyone I saw in my class and at the USDA office where I applied for my license was a Hispanic or non white person with the exception of one boomer getting his license . The constant call from the left to remove guns from owners is puzzling as they seem to think all gun owners are white red neck Republicans. I think the road to gun confiscation is longer than any of them realize. Also, if poor working people of different races and ethnicities can come together over gun laws there is… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  R Moffett
9 months ago

If you take gun ownership as an expression of personal freedom and agency over one’s own life and affairs, the argument brings in the women and POCs who can easily become allies, if this notion becomes clear to them. It is so fundamental as to negate any of the much more facile things that get thrown at them from their gender or racial peers. It is an angle and understanding that we can work in our favor.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Dutch
9 months ago

And to answer another question raised to myself, by myself, picking up big numbers of women and POC is not the goal or the point. It can be counterproductive in the long run, but some finite number of situational allies, among those who are demographically running us over, has to have some good for us in it.

Philboyd Studge
Philboyd Studge
Reply to  Dutch
9 months ago

It’s important for everyone to recognize the importance of defending their families and tribe, not just whites. We need other tribes to respect our tribe, and understand (or at least accept) our own need to self segregate.

I think we all understand the Japanese views on this. We should also help others to understand our similar views.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

I’m going to anger a lot of ppl here, incl regular commentators I frankly like. Guns do not protect against tyranny. That’s the empirical fact. Because what tyranny is worse than having your society taken away from you and becoming a minority in your own country?? Outside Hutu vs Tutsi genocide, there isn’t a whole lot frankly. Guns have done NOTHING to guard against this. OR against the humiliation of white men, the ridiculing of marriage called gay marriage, the forcing of freaks and freak shows onto your kids, the brainwashing of your kids into hating their own heritage and… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
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Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Everything you say is perfectly true.

Guns are not THE issue, but they are but one of many. And, they are not important now… but if you dissidents are right about what’s in store for America and white men…and I think you are… we are all going to need guns. You will not be voting or talking your way out of what’s coming. Not only should you own guns, you need to start prepping like mad.

Yes, it is going to get that bad.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Glenfilthie
9 months ago

I agree. I increasingly see guns as part of rational prepping and, a late-comer to prepping, I see it as about as ‘paranoid’ as an insurance policy, just of a different kind.

What frustrated me above is the feeling, and that is what it is, a feeling, that guns will keep us safe and as long as we have a full gun safe each, we ll be okay. If guns will eventually decide this, all the other elements of prepping will be necessary just to stay alive.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Moran, absolutely correct. If you are male and growing titties and a pot belly, you won’t help the cause—unless of course, you plan on equipping your in-shape neighbors with such supplies as you’ve accrued. Why not do both?

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
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Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

There’s a lot of people with nothing but guns and ammo who call themselves preppers. Frankly, in a shtf situation, there the ones you’d have to worry about…

Myself, aside from protection, my emphasis is on neighborhood relationships and larder, a la old Remus.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

You didn’t anger me Brother because you speak the truth…Guns are only a deterrent to tyranny when they are held by a large group of people who have a goal against tyranny and are working towards that goal together…Our focus like others here have mentioned should be the building of Coalitions/Communities not putting another gun in the safe…

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Lineman
9 months ago

Thanks man. I’m cranky and a little black-pilled thinking about what’s happening.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Last night in Charlotte NC a pizza delivery driver was jumped by four black ferals one of whom was armed. The delivery driver drew his own weapon and shot three of the porch monkeys.

Anyone – repeat – anyone who doesn’t own and bear a firearm in current-day America(or anywhere else)is a god**** fool and deserves to have his freedom, if not his life, taken away from him. No excuses.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

Im not against guns. I’m against seeing them as an escape from what is killing us.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Today a number of North Carolina counties have added their names to the growing list of 2A Sanctuary counties. This sends several messages:

1: Politicians will sit-up and take notice that the natives are restless.

2: Along with the government-condoned “migrant” Sanctuary City movement, the Media screaming about the “lawlessness” of the 2A Sanctuary movement, the Deep State Trump Coup figures getting off scot-free, and today’s Impeachment trial it is becoming readily apparent to any and all sentient Americans that the Rule of Law is rapidly collapsing all around them.

Interesting times lay ahead.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Very good. We need the second amendment but the American nation is not going to survive even if we keep the 2nd Amendment, even expand it. A dying culture needs some resuscitation in ways outside of gun ownership. Stopping all immigration is a starting point. Reducing the influence of the left in media and education is the next step. Then and only then might we have a chance with civic nationalism, otherwise we are heading for a breakup or breakdown of some sort.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
9 months ago

We have a President who at least tried to stop illegal immigration. He is being impeached today. So what are you going to do going forward?

miforest
Member
Reply to  Carl B.
9 months ago

He also want’s Legal imagination expanded to the max and has said so frequently . Hes is good only compared to the utterly reprehensable GOP establishment

Bob Lee
Bob Lee
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Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Nice point of view. Is the “gun thing” akin to “sportsball” ? Are there related strings attached? Where is the moral authority for doing right? Are we bled white of this authority.?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
9 months ago

Guns or lack thereof are not the cause of our current dilemma—all to true. They can’t protect against our societal decay, as most of such is self inflicted via lack of Fear of God, passing of immoral laws, failure to reproduce, hedonism, etc. However, guns can become the issue once we decide to veto such law/corruption with their use. That such a day may be past, or sometime in the future is arguable. However, it seems to me that one side of the gun-issue believe that such a day *will* be in the future and are doing their best to… Read more »

Tarl Cabot
Tarl Cabot
9 months ago

I think this post is mostly right, at least for the masses of white progressives, but it under-emphasizes the sense of superiority they derive from their sense of righteousness. That’s what really gets the Puritians off: the certitude that they are better than everyone else. They are a tribe of petty schoolmarms, but educating the benighted is how they justify their own privilege to themselves.

Their leaders, of course, are sociopaths.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Tarl Cabot
9 months ago

Tarl nailed one, IMO. “…how they justify their own privilege to themselves”, yep.

Drake
Drake
9 months ago

Looks to me like Virginia is run by people who would have been called Carpet Baggers in 1870. Most probably don’t have deep roots in the state. Northern Virginia is just an extension of the imperial capital at this point. They are elitist snobs and want to show it.
An easy way to show it and inflict pain on the hated natives – mess with gun ownership. They probably daydream about full confiscation as all leftists and totalitarians – but just inflicting the pain is reward enough for now.

UpYours
UpYours
Reply to  Drake
9 months ago

Which is why I am perfectly fine with suburban shitbags being replaced by H1B’s and also why Trump is just ignoring the H1B issue. Let these arrogant suburbanite yuppietards get a taste of open borders that they support. Maybe then they will realize that they are not “elite”. They are cubicle monkeys that can easily be replaced.

Brahma
Brahma
Member
Reply to  UpYours
9 months ago

I agree, they didn’t give a toss when working-class people were replaced. I remember “those aren’t your jobs anymore” welcome to NWO

Member
9 months ago

Ugh. Zman talked about onramps in a recent post, but sometimes I just get absolutely depressed when I talk to normie conservatives. http://disq.us/p/26sz3wh They’ll talk themselves blue in the face and contradict their own words to convince themselves of civic nationalism”Maybe, just maybe mind, this sort of thing transcends skin color. Maybe it’s more about character and human nature.” And another poster saying on one hand, “They’re third-world hellholes, overrun by corruption, war, sexual predation of women and children, poverty and disease. What great things have come out of the African continent? And don’t bother saying Egypt, because their glory… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Vizzini
9 months ago

A dose of meet-up will fortify you to continue engaging those who edge up to our side, and also arm you with tools to bring them over, at least the ones who have a light or fading case of the pozz. They need to know it is OK to shed the pozz, and we need to know it is OK to go after it with confidence and with righteousness in what we are doing. Meet-ups will help you there.

ReturnOfBestGuest
ReturnOfBestGuest
Reply to  Vizzini
9 months ago

They’ve been programmed since the day they were born. Think about it, Viz: the three networks controlled public opinion from long before you or I were born to long after. There was a scramble by the corporations to acquire media outlets in the 90s, whereupon their viewpoints were secure.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Vizzini
9 months ago

Vizzini they are hypocrites of highest order because I guarantee all of them don’t live in majority black or brown neighborhoods…You can’t argue or reason with those people anymore than you can with the Commies…I’ve tried before and it’s like beating your head against a brick wall…Your head just hurts and the wall is still standing…

ExNativeSon
ExNativeSon
Reply to  Lineman
9 months ago

Lineman—Agreed. The “brilliant” question I thought might get my liberal friends to think is to say “All I need to know about what you think about race is to ask you where do you live, where do you send your kids to K-12, and where do you vacation.”

“Surprisingly” for me none ever answered the question. What they did was to have a look of horror in their eyes as they slowly realized that they were face to face with a real-life resurrected Nazi or a long-time Russian intelligence plant!!

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  ExNativeSon
9 months ago

Don’t ask them a “brilliant question” until you coax them to talk a bit about some things. Look for your entry there. It’s a form of ju-jitsu. Leading with a good question, without first examining their mental landscape (by letting them talk, and tell you what and how to argue), is not the way to go.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Dutch
9 months ago

I snuck in the ‘we can’t have universal healthcare and unlimited immigration at the same time’ one after doing lots of agreeing on how terrible the medical system is (she works in it). The poor woman looked like she had blue screened. “well… umm…” trying to think of the proper virtuous thing to say.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  Vizzini
9 months ago

I’m ready to give up on the Instapundit comments section. It’s a bunch of civnats reliving the dream of stomping Hitler over those evil nazi-sympathizer isolationists, and libertarians who are totally cool with Fred Thompson swindling their parents out of their house with a reverse mortgage because of the free market, and hey family doesn’t matter so long as I can have unlimited personal autonomy to do whatever i feel like doing…

Exile
Exile
Member
9 months ago

As an example of the moral ju-jitsu Z’s recommending in lieu of “rational arguments,” I suggest emphasizing the crime-protection element of gun ownership above the Bundy Ranch stuff. I’ve thumped my chest about the “real reason for the 2A” as much as anyone here, but from a practical standpoint, the more of us who have guns, the better, regardless of the motives or justifications. The argument for guns b/c crime is a bonus in that the more anti-gun Browns they import, and the less effective policing they permit vs. Browns, the more crime we get to justify continued gun ownership.… Read more »

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
9 months ago

I have mixed feelings about the white conservatives rally around guns. On one hand it helps us by pointing out that the left wants this right taken away. And in some way an armed citizenry is dangerous to totalitarians. But many of the second amendment people depend on that right like a child with a teddy bear. Barricading yourself in your house fighting it out with your progressive white or 70% non white city or state government will do little to save you. The Puritan progs just keep boiling the frog. Massive Immigration, legal and illegal, legalize those already here… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
9 months ago

Vote with your pocketbook. If you have a Netflix subscription, you’re part of the problem. Sometimes you can’t get around a monopoly, but in general, you can make decisions like that. How many so called Christians went to see that latest Star Wars movie? They made a donation to one of the most evil companies (Disney) when they did that. They betrayed their values by not only giving their money to a terrible company, but infusing their psyche with the church of PC.

miforest
Member
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
9 months ago

the firearms in america are why we don’t have SA levels of crime . but you are correct abut the culture, jusl take a look at these two, in this review.
they are lost and nuetered. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZL-5G-g4dA

Member
Reply to  miforest
9 months ago

Our demographics don’t look like SA. That’s why we don’t have SA levels of crime. Eventually we’ll look like Brazil, not SA. So we’ll have Brazilian levels of crime, which still ain’t no picnic.

miforest
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
9 months ago

there certainly are areas of our country that have SA demographics,
the county I live in does. although the entire population here are armed , so nobody pushes anybody too far. only the zanies in th drug trade go after each other , and a few others who are victims of proximity to that.

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  miforest
9 months ago

There’s more to what you say than people might think. Consider the farm attacks in SA….unarmed, even tho we might be the majority, there would be a lot more of that here. Knowing that there are a lot of well armed white people is what gives the vibrancy pause.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth