Letters To The Underground

We live in an odd time. It is not just what is beamed to us by the media, but what is happening in the more mundane areas of life. Drive around the typical business park and the parking lots are empty. Even as the lock down stuff lightens up, people are not returning to work. According to the government, over 40 million people have been furloughed over the last two months. That would explain the empty parking lots, but it does not explain the busy streets. Lots of people are on the roads.

The working theory is that the people laid off from their work are just enjoying the extra benefits from the Federal government. The $600 per week check along with the normal unemployment means they have no disruption in their lifestyle. Covid has been a very long government financed vacation. That’s why the parking lots in the business parks are empty, but the streets are busy during the day. It would also explain why we don’t have a rush hour in the morning or the evening.

That theory will be tested in August, as the Federal checks are supposed to run out in July, assuming no extension. Another angle here though is the people still working are busier than ever. Despite the massive layoffs, work still goes on and the people not granted the extended holiday are either working from home or back in the offices doing more than they did before the shutdown. It is a real life example of the plot for a science fiction story. The term “working class” now has new meaning.

In my case, I am busier in the day job than ever. So much so that I’m taking next week off from the podcast just to get caught up. The last full day I’ve taken off was back in April and I’m not sure of the day. You make hay while the sun shines as a small business man, so I have no complaints. It is just another part of the mystery. Forty million out of work, whole swaths of the retail economy closed for months, but the people working are busier than ever. No one seems to notice this either.

Even crazier is we have been told since forever that mass unemployment leads to civil unrest, as people blame the government for the job losses. The civil unrest we are seeing, however, is people who have never worked and never intend to work. They are bums, layabouts and parasites. Their complaint is mostly toward the people who make it possible for them to remain alive. It is always popular to say the world has gone mad, but this time it may be more than a figure of speech.

Regardless, I will be taking a week off from the show. That will give me some time to get caught up on the day job. We are coming up on White People Independence Day, which is always a slow time for the site. In fact, the next two weeks have always been the slowest for traffic and comments. I’m hoping I can get caught up on the day job, so I can then get back on some other projects I have going. This week I cleared out the mail bag and inbox, so I’m clean for another month.

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This Week’s Show

Contents

  • 00:00 Opening
  • 03:00 Lawfare
  • 11:15 One Point No
  • 15:00 Music
  • 18:30 Trump
  • 27:30 Peaceful Separation
  • 34:00 Crazy Relatives
  • 41:00 Perpetual Revolution
  • 47:00 Generational Politics
  • 50:00 Social Media
  • 51:30 Do Nothing
  • 54:00 Thank You

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Martin
Martin
4 months ago

Part of this seems to have been carried over from an earlier Power Hour.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

I believe it means the opening music trac is the same as prior shows. Martin appears to be a bot.

Martin
Martin
Reply to  Martin
4 months ago

Sorry, disregard.

Lawdog
Lawdog
Reply to  Martin
4 months ago

That’s what your dad said to your mom after you crawled out of her stinkhole, you cur.

Second City Bureaucrat
Second City Bureaucrat
Reply to  Lawdog
4 months ago

We must be related by blood, ‘dawg. That’s a Sunday morning conversation starter in my dysfunctional family ten seconds after the sermon ends. “Dear Reverend Stinkhole, you cur ….”

Whitney
Member
4 months ago

I think Trump just promised an extension and A Huge Bonus for all the people out of work. And yeah all these people getting $600 a week who don’t work and have never worked they are just sand in the gears but but it’s a lot of sand. The real civil unrest is going to come when the taxes go up to pay for all this.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

I never thought much of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, but she nailed the issue of hosts vs parasites. The former are having to work a LOT harder these days to keep the trains running and the parasites fed. The Randian solution – pull a John Galt and secede from the madding crowd – is actually a viable option. It’s time for the dissident-minded to consider going full-bore dissident … remove skills, labor, and capital from the mass market parasites and cultivate local markets with the like-minded. In the short-term we can still make hay while the sun is shining, but we’re… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

This is exactly what is happening – tax sheep are working harder than ever.

Where I work I’m constantly hearing, “I’m swamped, I’m so busy, We need help.”

Indeed.

vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Agree, and to whoever I said don’t form White capital associations*> I was wrong [mostly] and retract it. Organize anything you can, organize whatever you want. >>But For God’s sake don’t put anything in writing, including email. Don’t let anyone phone cam anything, don’t allow pictures, deny everything, verbal only. For ye will be engaging in the Ultimate Crime of defending your own [if white] and just start operating that way now, don’t write anything down. If you take care of each other words and manifestos are only fatal indulgences. Remember when the Mafia was a secret society it was… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
4 months ago

In the words of Bill Clinton….”Just deny deny deny..deny everything.” Bill Clinton for all his evils is not a stupid man, except with his bimbo eruptions.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

That was one thing I always gave him a pass on. Seriously, could you imagine being married to that thing? And being stuck since spousal privilege is the only thing protecting each of you from mutually assured destruction.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  SamlAdams
4 months ago

In the words of Bill Clinton “Hillary? She’s had more women than I’ve had.”

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Public tolerance for the status quo is waning, and this before the free money stops. Hard days ahead for parasites.

vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
Reply to  Paintersforms
4 months ago

I don’t know about that Painterstorms.
As long as USD$ is useful the parasites remain in clover.
Lets remember the most destructive and parasitical by orders of magnitude are Finance, then government. Finance gets Trillions every time there’s a hiccup, what is it now…$10 Trillion more since COVID began?
Government of course officially creates the money, and needs no explanation.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Paintersforms
4 months ago

The free money won’t stop because they can always “quantitatively ease” more money. Until foreign sovereigns who own all our debt won’t accept US dollars as payment and have the military might to make us pay by other means.

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abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  LineInTheSand
4 months ago

The money is basically doing nothing though . The goal here is to keep the rich, rich and to prevent deflation so the consumer economy can go on. This is failing on every level and instead we get a get rid of debt, prepping and savings driven economy. The rich I suppose are still rich but huge numbersof mega sized businesses are keeling over. Nike lost 33% in a quarter and while it will recover some, it could basically become insolvent no matter what. Amazon has done well and Walmart is holding on but even Goliaths like Starbucks are closing… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

Yeah, market will shrink in the near future.
Elites’s solution: Bring in more migrants, this should solve the problem

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abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  sentry
4 months ago

No doubt on the agenda but with COVID and a lack of jobs, the nascent civil war and all the recent troubles a lot of people even from the 3rd world are liable to nope the US

sentry
sentry
Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

Doubt it, welfare is welfare. The money a migrant receives means a great deal to someone who comes from a country with shitty economy, this money they then send back home to buy expensive houses & start small businesses.

The lowest of the low, like blacks just become social parasites & never leave.

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Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

I’ve been wondering how long the pandemic is “supposed” to last. With all the trumpeting in the media, one thing I haven’t seen is a forecast end time. Until it burns out, it is going to have a dire effect on retail, anything that relies on crowds of people.

Reply to  Ben the Layabout
4 months ago

It will last as long as it benefits TPTB, I imagine.

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
4 months ago

The COVID-19 pandemic will end just in time for the 2020-2021 flu season to begin.

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

@abprosper – if you missed my reply before, build the self help capital group, just don’t admit it. Ever.

KeepTheChange
KeepTheChange
Reply to  LineInTheSand
4 months ago

It seems like its a “race to the bottom”. All countries are performing QE … even some with negative interest rates, so the dollar is still the world exchange currency. But when will this madness result in inflation? Yes, if economies are growing at rate X, then you can inflate the currency at rate Y. Maybe software and automation has ushered us into a different paradigm.

Moss
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Drain the current system as fast as you can, extract tangible goods from the fiat before inflation explodes, and relocate! Sacrifice now while you are able to make some decisions, before decisions are made for you. It’s coming. You will be made to care, told how to live, and what you have will be taken from you. Of course, they’ll give back a small “fair” portion….based on your melanin production, of course.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Moss
4 months ago

I’m not a fan of Mormons at all, but there’s rural Mormons that have this exact philosophy. They call it “bleeding the beast.”

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Starving The Monkeys should be on everyone’s reading list…

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Lineman
4 months ago

looking it up.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Yeah…that’s their justification for polygamy, grooming, and massive welfare fraud. I can’t help but think it’s just a way for oversexed men to breed like rabbits at the expense of the public Fisk

I like Mormons. . But the polygamy sects are bad business. And, for now, not representative of their broader church.

vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
Reply to  Moss
4 months ago

Yes get tangible goods.
And local allies.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

No kidding. Have been strapped to the desk without a break since February (we saw this coming and started getting people dispersed from city offices then) Because, unfortunately my colleagues and I actually feel an obligation to keep the business running and as many of 1,500 folks employed. And meet our obligations to customers and shareholders. But preparing for dark times and working on those reloading skills, among others.

Ted Kennedys Liver
Ted Kennedys Liver
Reply to  SamlAdams
4 months ago

No kidding. Have been strapped to the desk

Saw that over at the porn channel. Those were BIG dudes giving it to you. I just hope you can walk someday. /joke

Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

I like the sound of that, but I need to see the how-to manual. If we don’t work, we don’t get paid. Now theoretically we could barter with the like minded for some basic essentials, but how do we pay the utilities and the mortgage?

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

By all means get whatever dollars you can get, while you can. But there need to be parallel, alternative, underground economies that we’re developing on the side. Barter is one, albeit primitive option. The key thing is to develop options while the times are reasonably good, particularly for food, water, shelter. Mortgages? French word derived from “death pledge.” Get out from underneath mortgages pronto. I recently helped someone build a house for about $15K (but he already owned his land.) Utilities? I run my entire farm from a solar system that I designed and built. You don’t have to go… Read more »

Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

If it gets to that point–and I grant that it might–it means we’re in a hot war in which both sides are fighting. And in that sort of a situation I doubt that any of us will still be living in our houses.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

Well, that’s one scenario and it’s one to consider. Another is that we’re ever so slowly strangled without a shot being fired. A Cold Civil War. Not sure about you and your community but most of the folks I know would go to incredible knee-bending lengths to avoid conflict. Either way, the wrong response is to sit on one’s hands and assume this isn’t going to touch us.

Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Yes, most whites definitely don’t want to get into anything bloody. However, should TPTB make it impossible for them to live, they will really not have much choice. I think what you’re describing would be a bridge too far for even the more docile sheep out there. My preparations for such an eventuality so far have been to be prudent with my assets, arm myself, and keep a close eye on developments. But I think the best thing all of us can do is to get into contact with one another, organized and coordinate. Eventually, we’re going to need one… Read more »

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

Amen brother.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

There was a news story the other night where Sean King , known round these parts as Talcum X was claiming he stumbled across a private Facebook group of ex cops planning to kill him. Its almost certainty BS but that is roughly how death squads start and I suspect they are inevitable. I’ve also heard rumors of militia organizations getting ready too. Hell there was a recording of a cop (now fired) saying “There is going to be a revolution soon and we are going to mow down these joggers.” basically, Normal people are think civil war now in… Read more »

Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

Talcum X. Heh. But, yes, militias are definitely forming. I suspect there are far more of them than most people realize.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Ayn Rand came from a family in Russia that had everything stolen from them as they fled. Nothing clarifies the mind like being stolen from. The fact that she was ethnically Jewish meant that she didn’t have all the Christian hangups (lets fund an orphanage in Nairobi while Alice is sitting in her own shit down the street) when she wrote her books. Although libertarians have huge blind spots on all sorts of things, they understand private property and monetary sanity. If only they stuck to that.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Rand was remarkably prescient: As Remus knows. http://www.woodpilereport.com/ We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission. Ayn Rand If, before undertaking some action, you must obtain the permission of society—you are not free, whether such permission is granted to you or not. Only a slave acts on permission. A permission is not a right. Ayn Rand When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing; when you see that… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

I used to be in her cult, JR. She has her moments in terms of opening up the Jewish playbook for goyim to see – she showed us how they cluster on cultural bottlenecks to leverage power, for instance. I’m shamelessly advocating her “going Galt” strategy for Whites. That said, her family did not flee Russia, she fled her family. They stayed. She didn’t really have much of a relationship with anyone but her father & that was distant. Her family never emigrated. The story is typical of her life – she was the center of her own heroic fantasy… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Is worth mentioning that in the novel there was little political action advocated. The system was already too corrupt and the producers were withdrawing to their secret retreat.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
4 months ago

True. It was always about dropping out rather than being a tax slave.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

I never thought much of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, but she nailed the issue of hosts vs parasites. 

In particular the bit about the parasite hating the host.

Brexit
Brexit
Reply to  Felix Krull
4 months ago

In particular the bit about the (((parasite))) hating the host.

Emphasis added.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Brexit
4 months ago

You do know that Ayn Rand was of that group right? Her philosophy was cribbed for the Satanic Bible with good reason. I get the urge to drop out and I actually recommend it quite often but its social suicide in the long run. If you want any modernity, you are paying taxes and having a state. If you want automaton, you’ll have welfare. No opting out. They key is making sure that your tribe is taken care of. If you are absolutely hell bent on a low welfare costs, you need to ban women from most jobs, control imports… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  abprosper
4 months ago

AB, “social suicide” is keeping yourself tied to a polity that hates you.

You’ve said before you’re an introvert who isn’t going to have kids.

Why should more pro-social future oriented people accept your advice?

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Why that there calls for a fisking First. I haven’t suggested keeping the current system but forming a new one. Second. No one else wants to take into account the fact that automation and lack of stable work lowers fertility rates in modernity has been common sense wisdom since forever. Third I am the one who coined the “A great place to have a family” and its consistently been my ideology Fourth : No one is suggesting anything better than what I have or at least things that don’t like the business plans for the underpants gnomes. Fifth: Is there… Read more »

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

I hate to piss on your parade, but it can’t be done in America. That is to say, you can do all the things you said. “cultivate local markets with the like-minded. In the short-term we can still make hay while the sun is shining, but we’re all seeing the same thing – cumulonimbus clouds to the west. Time to wrap those remaining bales and head to the barn. Develop local gray markets…” etc. But eventually they will declare your little enclave too white. And Then build a branch office of the third world in your guest room. Happens all… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by Official Bologna Tester
Moss
Member
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Bologna Eater, I think you relish in pissing on parades. Perhaps you have some men around you that need you stand up, offer something tangible, and engage. I welcome your creative, positive input about strategic planning you think our guys need. Stop the damn whining.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Moss
4 months ago

I relish none of the kind. The truth hurts, I know. Facts are a bitch. My advice is straight forward and east to follow. So take it or leave it. It’s up to you.
By the way. Stop being a damn snob. Eating bologna happens to make you a true American.
O yah, you sound a lot like this prick.
vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector

Last edited 4 months ago by Official Bologna Tester
Moss
Member
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Please point out your advice from that post. Forensics I get. What are you subscribing for our future? There is always a way, OBT.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Moss
4 months ago

Moss said: “Drain the current system as fast as you can, extract tangible goods from the fiat before inflation explodes, and relocate! Sacrifice now while you are able to make some decisions, before decisions are made for you. It’s coming. You will be made to care, told how to live, and what you have will be taken from you. Of course, they’ll give back a small “fair” portion….based on your melanin production, of course.” O my. You sound just like me exept way more long winded. And I’ll say it again, if your not this bozo, [vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by Official Bologna Tester
Exile
Exile
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Check out my bitchy facts above, sissy.

Official Bologna tester
Official Bologna tester
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Well, at least you can admit your a bitch. That’s progress.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Wish you could come for a visit. I’d pour you a tumbler of moonshine (from my still) – or if you’re not into the hard stuff – a glass of wine that came from my berry patch. Maybe we could catch a fish from my pond or share a T-bone from a beef critter that I raise on my farm. Then we could head to the shop and quickly knock out a few artisan items for which suburbanites pay top dollar. Then you could meet my son and daughter who’ve started lucrative businesses – unlicensed and unregulated. Then we could… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by CAPT S
Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

I’m seriously glad you and your family found your country paradise with the homemade booze and hand reared hamburger. And tell your roughneck friends I said howdy. Nonetheless, reminding people that the left never sleeps and is never satisfied isn’t a foreign imposition, it’s a public service.
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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Official,

Let me help you rephrase that, “Capt S… seriously glad you and your family MADE your country paradise…”

Brother it’s going to take effort and sacrifice. Hope and positivity aren’t enough, but coupled with creativity and iron will we can see this through.

When I say that I admire and am the product of my ancestors it isn’t a hollow raycissss boast. We are the culmination of hundreds of generations of builders, thinkers, warriors, and artists. Never doubt that We will prevail.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Penitent Man
4 months ago

“Let me help you rephrase that, “Capt S… seriously glad you and your family MADE your country paradise…” ”

Hahaha. Thanx for that little dab of pedantry. I really do appreciate it. Really.

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CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

What, precisely, are the nuts and bolts of your version of “eternal vigilance?”

I withdraw my invitation … in my corner of paradise that kind of sarcasm earns an ass-whuppin. Hope your “public service” is of great benefit to your community … just stay away from mine.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Sarcasm? That was from the heart son, sorry you take it the wrong way. At any rate, when Thomas Jefferson spoke those words, he simply meant that Democracy drifts inevitably into tyranny and everybody gets caught up in their own lives and forgets to keep an eye on their rulers. Now it’s to damn late to stop the nightmare. There is nowhere in the United States that is safe from the long arm of the Despotic Managerial State, nowhere. Check out the schools in your neck of the woods. Who are the teachers? What’s in the curriculum? Who sits on… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by Official Bologna Tester
Moss
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Capt, what a great goal you’ve given me. Thanks!

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

OBT, I know how the civil rights claim apparatus works – they don’t have the enforcement personnel or intelligence to enforce this stuff in 20,000 small towns in America. Less than 25% of the violent crimes in American end in an arrest. But you want decent civilized Whites sheltering in place in fear of being sued for raycisms? If you live in a supermajority White state your odds of getting sued for discrimination in employment or housing are vanishingly-small – especially for housing. Out of 40 million people in California there were less than 7000 claims for housing discrimination in… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by Exile
SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Yup, it’s long past time to stand and be counted. After gauging sentiment of the cucks at powerline i’m dour and pessimistic as hell, but maybe they will surprise me. After all its not like we are leonidas with his 300 at hells gate. with our odds they would laugh at us for our timidity.

Moss
Member
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Nothing better than data backing up intuition. Thanks, Exile.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

“But you want decent civilized Whites sheltering in place in fear of being sued for raycisms?”
Sheltering in place? I have no idea what you talking about. Here’s what I’m talking about.
“Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy” https://nypost.com/2016/05/08/obamas-last-act-is-to-force-suburbs-to-be-less-white-and-less-wealthy

“All-White Neighborhoods Are Dwindling as America Grows More Diverse” https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/01/upshot/all-white-neighborhoods-are-dwindling-as-america-grows-more-diverse.html
“Success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure. Only the paranoid survive.”
-Andy Grove.
“There are lies, damned lies and statistics.”
-Mark Twain

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Exile
Exile
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

OBT, if we listened to the NYT, the only community we’d bother to form is Jonestown. The towns we’re talking about don’t have suburbs and aren’t suburbs themselves. We’re talking about the 20,000+ towns smaller than 25k in population in America. Obama and his buddies at the NYT haven’t even managed to break up 90%+ White states. They tend to live in some of them – Vermont being foremost – the Whitest state of all. They certainly haven’t done this with smaller cities and towns. The statistics are out there, contradicting the NYT’s propaganda as usual. Joogle it. At least… Read more »

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Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

At least you’ve admitted to considering paranoia a virtue.Readers should take this into account when you Chicken Little us in the future. Hahaha! Way to cherry pick. The whole qoute is: “Success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure. Only the paranoid survive.” -Andy Grove. It figures you’d leave out: “Complacency breeds failure.” So fine, get comfortable in your little house on the prairie. When Jefferson said “Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom” he was just a pearl clutching scaredy-cat. What did he know about fighting tyranny? Here’s two more articals you’ll want to ignore. A New American Dream: The Rise… Read more »

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ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Two words: Jury nullification.
(then again, double jeopardy in federal court tears it’s ugly head)

Exile
Exile
Reply to  ProZNoV
4 months ago

Jury nullification works best when you live in a smaller community with enough of Our Guys to mazimize the chance that we’ll be on that jury to do the White thing.

Last edited 4 months ago by Exile
King Tut
King Tut
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

“Do the White thing”. I like that. Should be the next sticker/poster campaign.

David Davenport
David Davenport
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

The Randian solution – pull a John Galt and secede from the madding crowd – is actually a viable option. It’s time for the dissident-minded to consider going full-bore dissident … remove skills, labor, and capital from the mass market parasites and cultivate local markets with the like-minded. In the short-term we can still make hay while the sun is shining, but we’re…”

No good unless you can also remove yourself from IRS, state, and city tax collectors.

Chapie
Chapie
Reply to  David Davenport
4 months ago

What about removing your state from the Union? That’d take care of the problem. What exactly is the reason why you people believe you are obligated to remain in a oppressive totalitarian state that burns books, bans movies, and codifies racial discrimination against whites? Every single day there is a new offense — someone fired for cracking his knuckles, an episode of television banned, a mob that destroys a statue. Is a piece of parchment with some ink on it, amended multiple times (proving it was never perfect or divine to begin with) really worth all this madness? As the… Read more »

Reply to  Chapie
4 months ago

That is a superb post, in large measure because you recognized that ultimately, secession is the only true solution. However, you don’t just up and secede at the drop of a hat. There must be preparation and planning. And that means that secessionist communities must be built, sub rosa organizations formed, and a program of action created. In the meantime, forming militias for self defense and voting for Trump to buy us a bit more time makes perfect sense. Indeed, those militias could serve as the basis of a future secessionist military force. One other thing, secession–or partition–need not cleave… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Chapie
4 months ago

Secession will not be a viable option until the present American government is virtually on its knees.

Anyone pushing secession under current circumstances is flexing muscle we don’t have. No one in this movement has 10% of that muscle yet.

Reply to  David Davenport
4 months ago

That might actually be the easy part.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

Zero percent of what Trump says can be taken seriously now.
We had better hope that the six hundred subsidy ends in July or the negative effects will have even longer deleterious effects. If this happened ten years ago my business wouldn’t have been able to survive. Well, by business I mean me.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  David Wright
4 months ago

Oh come now – he called Nikki Haley a cnut. What more can you ask?
I’m one of those guys that will crawl 5 miles on my knees to give the finger to Leftie. I wish we had someone like Trump up in Canada. Our prime minister is a pink socked faggot that isn’t fit to shine shoes or empty spittoons in a cat house. I break with the dissidents on Trump bashing. Things can ALWAYS get worse, and if you don’t think so, stay home on the next election or vote liberal.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Q: “Oh come now – he called Nikki Haley a cnut. What more can you ask?”

A: Statesmanship. A lost art apparently.

To make the comparison between Trump v Trudeau is to make the point that there are no political solutions to cultural Marxists who have declared open warfare. The progressive holy war marches on while we vote for “the lesser evil.” That’s a paradigm that’s losing its luster.

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Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Nonsense. Voting for the lesser evil is merely a delaying tactic. The intention is ultimately to destroy the greater evil. Trump has scored some astonishing victories against the cultural marxists, right in their own back yards.
As Z has noted, the man can and has pivoted before. If the dissidents and conservatives shoot his horse out from under him and eliminate all chances of that happening again… that’s on us.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Ah, so you’re a plan truster. The man has had over 3 years in office, and we’ve gotten squat. I don’t mean a wall, I don’t mean a national program of mass deportations, I don’t even putting Hillary in jail. I simply mean he hasn’t even done anything that’s well within his direct power to do. Sign off an executive order on the murder of an Iranian spec-ops general? No problemo. Sign off an executive order ending DACA? Well, damn, no dice. As Z has noted, the man can and has pivoted before. Yes, and the general direction of those… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Forever Templar
4 months ago

I am Yesterday Man, although some of the cool kids have called me that before – and I am not sure what it means. In point of fact, I see the culture war going hot – initially resembling a 5 way food fight that will last until the weaker factions are either killed off or absorbed by the bigger ones. We are going to have to shoot our way out of this eventually. Probably sooner rather than later. That being the case, I flat out refuse to budge an inch, or leave anything on the ground my enemies can pick… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Long ago there was a bumper sticker that said “When forced to choose between two evils, I always like the one I haven’t tried yet.” I definitely do not plan to do this in the 2020 election!!! 🙂

Outdoorspro
Outdoorspro
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
4 months ago

Cthulhu for President. Why for for the lesser evil?

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Friend, I’m hopeful for your rosy picture, but hope is not a strategy. Not sure of our age difference but I’ve been observing this game for a long time, and I’m just stating the obvious – pigs will soar before any elected official destroys any greater evils.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

I would just be happy if one uttered it’s ok to be white in public.

Reply to  SidVic
4 months ago

And touch off a new round of impeachment mania and “protests”?!

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Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

And touch off a new round of impeachment mania and “protests”?!

You damn right! .They should quote Louis C. K.
” If your not White your missing out, because this stuff is thorrroooughly good.”

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Exile
Exile
Reply to  SidVic
4 months ago

I can’t recall a single time Trump has even said the word “White” in public. Black unemployment, Black income, Black GOP voters…. “Blackity Black Blackness… Great, Best Evah, Blacker Blackity Black” from 2017 to now. He’s so electorally desperate at this point that he’s finally taking some of the baby steps he should have 3 years too late in a lame attempt to fool those equally desperate to believe the entire system doesn’t hate them. Even that should tell everyone what a fake and/or coward this guy is. He’s the guy who starts a barfight then runs out the back,… Read more »

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Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Oh, I’m well aware the system hates me. I also believe Trump is an exception to the rule.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Rosy? I am predicting pitched fire fights, broken families, and civil war. If Trump does NOTHING, he is still better than a liberal or a cuck – that’s all I am saying.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Sorry for the unintentional error – I was lumping you in with those who hope Trump is going to turn things around. We’re on the same team but have different perspectives. E.g. I haven’t observed the same “astonishing victories” over the Marxists that you have. And it’s important to make distinctions between effective statesmanship and fruitless posturing, no? I suppose we could argue that Donald Duck is better than a liberal or cuck, but that wouldn’t stave off the inevitability of civil unrest. If anything Trump has accelerated the unrest and clearly defined the divide; I would argue that’s his… Read more »

Pickle Rick
Pickle Rick
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Which means he’s James Buchanan and it’s 1859…

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Pickle Rick
4 months ago

Exactly what I’m thinking. If re-elected he could be Lincoln in 1861.

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

CAPT S: Trump isn’t a coward, he simply shirks at bloodshed or the possibility. I don’t see him morphing into a war leader. Trump is a good man…but Buchanan he remains. He would have to appeal directly to the ranks, and the people. Think of the risk in that…and if it fails he’s dead. He’ll try to finesse it just like the last four years. You meet guys like this, they’re not cowards, they’re not bad men. But once they see the truth [KABOOM] the fight goes out of them. They cannot send men to their death [I’d much rather… Read more »

Exile
Exile

VX, I doubt you’ve ever led a horse to water much less men into danger.

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vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

You are correct on the horse and wrong on the men.
Yourself?
BTW Trying to lead people to the Feds isn’t the same as leading them into danger.
You poor man, I will pray for you.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

he is positioned for it. Don’t think he could carry the lint that fell off lincoln’s balls (love lincoln or hate him), so he won’t rise to the occasion. But the opportunity to go down as one of the great men in history is there.

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

CAPT S is correct: The elite’s investment in marching through the institutions has paid off, if anyone who says the truth gets through it’s because he will DO nothing. Trey Gowdy, Barr come to mind..Sessions, we can go on. This will include ultimately if it means a fight our current POTUS, although he did try and maneuver around them by ending wars and letting the economy get going again. Trump did deliver peace in multiple areas, and he did let prosperity boom. Then both were taken away, and he’s done. Because he has no stomach for blood or even the… Read more »

vxxSees_
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

You know what Trump’s problem is?
He’s not a killer. He was…and he was…the peace and prosperity guy. He delivered on both. Then both were taken away.
We need War leaders, and this guy would die to avoid bloodshed.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  vxxSees_
4 months ago

How’s your one-man war going so far VX?

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  CAPT S
4 months ago

Show me a statesman and I’ll show you the18th century. You can’t have statesman on one side of the aisle and anarchists on the other and exepect the get anything done. Think abut it. Anyway, unless we get a Congress full of Trump republicans it’s hopeless. The President can’t do it by himself. What we really need in DC is a horde of reactionary thugs that know Machiavelli inside out.

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Exile
Exile
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

OBT wants someone else to be the reactionary thugs so he doesn’t have to come out from under the bed.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Hahaha.Your the fag that wants to hide out in Mayberry while the rest of us try and deal with the destruction of the cities we live in.
Your a real inspirational role model to young White men everywhere.

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Exile
Exile
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
4 months ago

Triggered.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

I finally found out why you were Exiled.
comment image
Sweet Jesus, you need some beauty tips.

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vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
Reply to  David Wright
4 months ago

Trump is a spent force. But what is not broadly realized yet is so is the office of the President. The next POTUS starts where the current one is….the Mayor of Federal buildings where the Federal Police loyal to Barr stand. And Biden or Kamala Harris will not be able to command the bulk of the Federal Police rank and file. The elites investment in poppy cropping, corruption and seizing control of the priesthood’s of law and money is paying off for them now, vast hordes of the armed and ready both citizen and soldier, police are leaderless. We whites… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
4 months ago

No one seriously believes the federal police are going to be the nucleus of an anti-Woke resistance.

Can’t help but stump for your real team, agent?

For those I’ve discussed this with before, change my 25% “is VX a fed?” assessment back to 75%.

Chapie
Chapie
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

I nominate Lineman with 50% odds. Anyone else think it strange how this guy spent most of last year trying to meet up with posters in the real world, despite the US being larger than all of Western Europe (very expensive!)? Also, he couldn’t be bothered to just attend the same conferences Z did (because most posters here don’t attend those)? Pro tip: NEVER exchange personal contact information with anyone on this or any other dissident website. NEVER meet up with anyone in the real world, especially by yourself. They love to use these meetings to set up people on… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Chapie
4 months ago

You’re totally wrong on that call. This blog isn’t exactly a honeypot for militia types & glowfags to begin with – we’re pretty boring, tbh. Glowbugs don’t spend months on a website much less hours and days of their time trying to get people to live normal country lifestyles together & form normal friendships. They get paid to make things happen. This blog would be a giant career sink for an agent. Look at how shit-tier VX’s trolling is. No one including Lineman here has asked me to pick up any packages after midnight at a waterfront warehouse or saw… Read more »

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Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Well Exile maybe we are making them nervous up top because they sure are sending a lot of new handle’s over this way…We sure get a lot of pushback on something so simple as building Communities so it must be one thing that scares the living shit out of them…It always makes me laugh when they are so obvious about it and don’t even establish themselves on a site before they start slinging accusations, telling us how we are doing it all wrong or even better stealing our ideas and calling it their own…They really need some new talent because… Read more »

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Lineman
4 months ago

Community building and networking are a must though not very sexy.

The problem is the Left is onto usand might necessitate a change such as going cell based for many whites who cannot move to MT. or some other white rural stronghold. One model would be the French Resistance

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Oh Dear Exile, I will say another prayer for you. They must really have your balls.
You know …as I’m sure you’ve told your clients, say nothing or the truth will come out, even trained liars can’t help themselves.

Chappie
Chappie
Reply to  vxxSees_U_FEDPOASTER(6)
4 months ago

“And Biden or Kamala Harris will not be able to command the bulk of the Federal Police rank and file.” That’s not true. The bulk of the federal secret police vote democrat. They are fully on board and will gleefully obey any order given to them no matter how extreme or illegal (countless examples already). The FBI, ATF, NSA, CIA, most corporations, the media, and the military = the democrat party, no different from the CCP in China. Exactly the same thing. And that’s not an exaggeration or a conspiracy theory. It’s true. I’ve seen multiple surveys on the subject.… Read more »

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Chappie
4 months ago

Chapie – I never said Federal Secret Police. [?]. I said Federal Police. Here, from above. “Trump is a spent force. But what is not broadly realized yet is so is the office of the President. The next POTUS starts where the current one is….the Mayor of Federal buildings where the Federal Police loyal to Barr stand. And Biden or Kamala Harris will not be able to command the bulk of the Federal Police rank and file.” ^^^^ What I am saying there is Trump has no power beyond where the Federal Police are standing, although he did muster the… Read more »

Reply to  Chappie
4 months ago

White grunts and lower level officers will break away from the military and join us when TSHTF. I suspect most Messkins in the military will, too.

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Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  David Wright
4 months ago

Cutting off free money 4 months before an election is probably not a good political move for either party.

😂

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Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

With treasury rates ~0.5%, there will be no tax increases to pay for this borrowing. Federal interest payments as a % of GDP isn’t much more now than in the 1950s and half of what it was in 1990 when interest rates were much higher.

Now, if interest rates – or, especially, real interest rates – started to rise, the govt would be a world of hurt. But no sign of that for now. No, the massive govt borrowing will be paid for by savers who will earn less than inflation on their bonds.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Citizen, so do you think this is the point where we go full MMT? The part that works, until suddenly it doesn’t.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Screwtape
4 months ago

Who knows. But you can bet that politicians will look at the lack of immediate consequences from govt borrowing and fed money printing in both ’08-’09 and Coronacession to bolster their plans to do the same. If MMT ever takes off and then gets out of hand, you’ll likely have inflation. Of course, if every other country is doing the same, it’s hard to say what would happen. What’s the insurance for that? Again, hard to say. The obvious answer is gold, but you can’t put all your money in gold. Not crazy to have ~5% of portfolio in gold.… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Gold and energy. Energy and gold. And not green energy.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Screwtape
4 months ago

The last part is key. All these things operate on “confidence” and when that breaks it is an all in thing. I was up close and personal to the ’08 crisis. Those bonds and derivative securities were worth 95 cents on the dollar of par until suddenly there were no buyers at any price. And you can’t predict when the herd will suddenly catch on. It’s like flocking behavior in birds.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Screwtape
4 months ago

We’re already doing MMT, in a couple years it’ll be full blown MMT. Right now we’re cloaking MMT is obfuscation and hypocrisy, but the politicians will take us to the promised land. That’s going to be interesting.

vxxSees_
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Yeah I was gonna say whaddya mean “If” we go full MMT?

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

There is an additional problem that will parallel this one. The recent court decision where a company’s fiduciary responsibility to its pension holders is now a free-for-all until it bankrupts that pension. Only then can pension holders sue for that company’s irresponsible actions.
On one side we have the tribe that has control of those funds and of the courts…and on the other we have largely Whites who own those investments but who are powerless to halt any activity until they’ve been fleeced.

That’s quite an arrangement.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

If real rates increased the Fed would just purchase in a way that controlled the yield curve, the way it did in WW2. While there are many drawbacks to that, the primary one is supercharged inflation. But that’s on the menu anyway. The only question is how many quarters it will take to bleed into the real economy. It’s the direct transfer payments from the government that will cause this inflation. Also, keep in mind, that these payments will NEVER stop. They won’t stop in July, and no matter who wins in November, guess what? Everyone needs Christmas shopping money,… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

My husband hadn’t realized or internalized just what that extra $600 weekly meant (he was not furloughed so it never affected us personally). He said if he had understood, he probably would have suggested our son not get another job, but just stay home until the government money ran out. When they’re sending checks to prisoners and dead people, the one who works when he doesn’t have to is a chump. Not the lifestyle or world we would have preferred, but we deal with reality, and reality means doing the ‘right’ thing makes one a sucker for the parasites.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  3g4me
4 months ago

I know a doctor who is getting what he calls Trump Fun Money. This guy is a Canadian citizen, here to do his medical residency. He says he tried to call to say certainly there’s been a mistake but got the run around and gave up on it.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

Taxes already have gone up. Prices are rising rapidly. Inflation is the tax we dirt people get hit with the hardest. I went to get a water-ice the other day and it was like five dollars! T-bone is like fifteen dollars a pound. Food has been going through the roof. Gas should be under a buck. Inventory is high and demand is low and has been for months. It’s over $2 a gallon. Demand is still down by 30%! Taxes are determined by spending. When government spends money, you are paying for it. Whether it be through direct taxation, speeding… Read more »

Reply to  tarstarkas
4 months ago

Man, I don’t know where you live, but it’s nowhere near that bad in my neck of the woods. Yes, the cost of groceries has increased, but not to the levels you describe.

Chapie
Chapie
Reply to  Whitney
4 months ago

Most taxes in this country are paid by whites, small businesses, & corporations, so there isn’t going to be any significant backlash – not one that can result in a change of government with these demographics anyway.

sten muchow
sten muchow
4 months ago

Owen Benjamin i think qualifies as one of our guys. Ive been following him for quite sometime. Why would you say he doesnt?
He “gets” the race issue.
Family is super important to him.
He’s not part of the left, and also I would classify him as in descent of the right – he’s not a fan of little Shapiro, Dan Crenshaw, Steven Crowder.
Anyways, details…

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SixxSigma
SixxSigma
Reply to  sten muchow
4 months ago

Owen Benjamin is just a doofus. Revenge of the Cis has mocked both him and Vox Gay mercilessly and for good reason. They contribute almost nothing to the conversation.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  SixxSigma
4 months ago

Vox Day is a quirky dude,he not only talks very slowly, but he constantly gets annoyed with the comment section during his speeches, it takes him half an hour to make one single point. He brags a lot as well.
But I agree with his theories about the economy & evolution being fake, I think he is right.
I disagree with his opinion that Trump is a genius mastermind though.

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AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
Reply to  sentry
4 months ago

Drop the needle on Vox and there’s a good chance it’ll fall on “muh IQ, muh IQ”.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  AnotherAnon
4 months ago

Yeah, I remember hearing him say
writer Vox Day > writer Neil Gaiman/George rr Martin
It’s very easy to make fun of someone who makes such statements about himself, that’s why he gets trolled so much. (never read a book of his though, he might be that good of a writer, I have no clue).

The thing about him is that I generally agree with his points, that’s why I don’t dismiss him, if he speaks truth then I value his opinion, despite his quirks.

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Spin gerah
Reply to  SixxSigma
4 months ago

Ever get the digital round counter thing to operate?

SnowdensJacket
SnowdensJacket
Reply to  sten muchow
4 months ago

Owen is actually doing something at the lowest level by building his homestead and encouraging others to check out of the system as much as possible. To grow their own food.

Keep in mind the folks around here will brag about their unmarried slut daughters college degrees while wondering why their sons are all mentally ill. Most people are just progs they just don’t like being low status progs. They don’t want change, they just don’t want to be low status anymore.

sten muchow
sten muchow
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

Couldnt agree more, he is encouraging people to have kids. There have been countless letters by young man who have been inspired to have children cuz of what they see a family could be like.

As a gen-xer we have family destroyed from us, along with religion.

Any good examples of how you can do and have both are good.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

I really don’t get the bile leveled at Benjamin. He’s married and has offspring, his detractors likely are still impregnating crusty socks. If that’s harsh, one poster above brought up Revenge of the Cis and Vox Day, two cocksnots who are are known very well as fecal flingers. If there is one gratingly annoying outcome of the 2016-17 meme wars was too many of our people live for internet drama.

SnowdensJacket
SnowdensJacket
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

> plenty of black guys here in Lagos with kids.

All the more reason we need to encourage our people to reproduce.

If every white couple had five kids we wouldn’t have an immigration problem we’d have an emigration problem. Our problem is a fertility problem. Almost no one talks about it anymore but it’s one of the few things we as individuals have the power to control.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

It’s amusing to think that, 50 years and more back, the fear of overpopulation was a big social concern. The population has roughly doubled since then. I’m guessing the poverty hasn’t changed too much either way. The pill (medical birth control) was originally envisioned as mainly for the developing world. Instead, the affluent took advantage. Meanwhile, the third world continued to breed like mice 🙂

One thing that did change markedly in that span of time is that the White (European) and much of Asia dropped way below replacement rate. Hence “our” diminishing share of the world population.

Frip
Member
Reply to  sten muchow
4 months ago

Owen and Vox Day may be on our side of the divide. But that’s not the same as being one of us. “Us” being legitimate D-Righters vs. Daft D-Righters. If it’s a custom pizza, we’re the pepperoni & mushroom side. They’re the pineapple & chicken side. All pizza is good so we’re not throwing out the queer side. We’ll just leave it for other peculiar types to enjoy at our big tent D party. Seriously tho, these are strange people. Not simply ego trippers like anyone who’s made a name for themselves is. No we’re talking delusional narcissists. One would… Read more »

SnowdensJacket
SnowdensJacket
Reply to  Frip
4 months ago

A book and comic book publisher with a blog and a homesteading comedian who live streams are people you would call dangerous?

None of you guys ever actually do anything. Ever. Except post memes on the internet. You don’t want to change the culture either you just don’t want to be low status in the prog culture.

I’d say you most of you guys aren’t dissidents at all. You’re just unhappy being low status progs. You don’t want to raise children who aren’t progs, or to stop being a prog yourself, you just don’t want to be low status anymore.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

I applaud him publishing classics for children, but superhero comics is poz.

Spin gerah
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

Not all…

Frip
Member
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

I meant dangerous as a liability to our side. Like a Richard Spencer back when.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

Snowdensjacket,

You made some good points and stated your opinion (which us valid to you) earlier. You got a little push back from others with different opinions than you… dont throw a tantrum and start flinging poo. You were more interesting and useful earlier. Thicken your skin a bit, Brother. We need different ideas and opinions, not poo fights.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  SnowdensJacket
4 months ago

I wouldn’t say none of us, SJ.

No one’s calling those guys feds or perverts so this isn’t exactly as salty as things often get with DR in-fighting.

What we think of VD or OB doesn’t have shit to do with what we’re up to – it’s a matter of taste.

FWIW I don’t consider NRM or Casa Pound guys “dangerous” so it’s not as if I belong under whatever pussy-hat your fitting me for.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  sten muchow
4 months ago

Consider our position. We aren’t exactly bathing in riches. If you dislike someone’s or some group’s tactics ignore them and follow your own instincts. A wider spectrum can hinder or it can help. No one has a crystal ball so no one knows how all of this will work out. People change, things evolve.
The one thing we can be certain of is if our enemies attain veto proof power and exercise their wrath on all dissidents…we will finally achieve unity among all bad-thinking Whites as we all get hung together.

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Yves Vannes
4 months ago

Agree

Franz
Franz
4 months ago

True enough. Since March I’ve been working 7 days, as an “essential”, but the dollar stores on my way to and from work have been packed with all sorts of people. Since I work odd hours, I see what goes on during non-peak hours. But they get, they spend. The idea of saving does not compute, although local Guatemalans have been clogging the Western Union kine where my wife works to send money back home. The extra bucks have been foreign aid, but don’t tell the republicans that. In all, a lockdown with cash was just the tinder for the… Read more »

Reply to  Franz
4 months ago

The Visigoths would be several rungs up the civilization ladder from our domestic Hutus. At least they had “potential.”

vxxSees_
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

The closest and not so close analogy to the Visigoths is the Spanish. The ‘Goths’ including the Visigoths were not a people but a linguistic group of refugees from war, at the time of the Visigoths the Hunnic depredations. They spoke a common language or close enough and banded together and picked a leader on the road. This is a distant analogy to the “Hispanics” who are mostly here for the money, some are fleeing the chaos of their lands. They hate the Hutu’s BTW, the Mexican’s hate Hutu Americanus with a passion that is surprising and makes our dislike… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

Well said, at least the huns & the gepids had civilizational potential, current bach of savages is only good to pick cotton.

Epaminondas
Epaminondas
Reply to  sentry
4 months ago

They’re no longer any good for that, either. Mechanical cotton pickers do the job very well.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
4 months ago

And the Visigoths wanted to take on the trappings of the Romans. In fact, they did over time. This bunch wants to tear it all down in a fuge and because of low IQ don’t even realize the least of their problems will be when the cell towers stop working.

Spin gerah
4 months ago

Being classified as an essential (MIC) I haven’t been able to enjoy a government sponsored vacation. Being a privileged white man ensures I’ll work like a rented mule until noon on the day I die. At least I have pride in never getting a handout, lol.

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Spin gerah
4 months ago

Also, “muh Constitution!”

Spin gerah
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
4 months ago

Yup.

Here’s some more boomer truth for ya.

Ya get out what ya put in.

A million ain’t all that much these days.

White men are going to win because that’s what we do.

Back to work now c ya.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
4 months ago

General Public Announcement

Please stop mailing the poor lad, ye bloody toffs. ‘E’s a recovering workaholic.

Barnard
Barnard
4 months ago

A lot of office drones are still working from home, especially ones that work for banks. Talking to people locally who work for banks, they aren’t going back to the office until July or August. Everyone who embraced the open office concept is remodeling their work space to get rid of it. There are even fewer opportunities for high school kids to do summer jobs too, at least in places where kids still get summer jobs.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

Right, but I think that accounts for the lower traffic numbers at rush hour and lack of cars you see at various businesses, etc. A lot of people are still working from home.

Spin gerah
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

My wife. Going on six months. BTW jazzhands lost me a while back, Habersham functioned to keep the guy somewhat on an even keel after he left, Alsup just seems to encourage his juvenile ranting ” orange fzggot” too bad because I actually liked Alsup. Met the guy & did a thing with him at the UW a couple years ago.Have tried to listen a few times but couldn’t make it through a whole show. However gotta give them credit for hiring him after he was deplatformed. Ethnarch was great, intellect and a thorough understanding of history. tired of the… Read more »

b123
b123
Reply to  Barnard
4 months ago

It’s even worse in Canada. Trudeau announced a “CESB” benefit for students, $1,250 per month, given the young person earns less than $1,000 per month at work.

The solution? Scores of white kids have just quit their jobs, or drastically reduced their hours. Guess who is taking their places? You’re right, it’s Indians and other immigrants.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  b123
4 months ago

The Indians and other immigrants are getting free money too.
I see closed establishments trying to hire workers and not getting any for weeks. Why work a low paying job when you can get government money?

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Hun
4 months ago

More enterprising immigrants (or the rare citizen) would be collecting benefits and working under the table. 🙂

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Believe that I saw some data that total or average worker income has been higher during the lockdown/recession than before. Basically, the unemployed were making a bit more from state and federal unemployment benefits than they were earning on their jobs. Naturally, the still employed were making the same. Combined, you get higher worker income, even as 40 million are out of work. The pain of the recession has been masked by govt borrowing and fed money printing. So far, neither seems to be damaging the economy or the dollar, similar to ’08-’09. That’s going to be the lesson for… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

…until they do.

Mark Stoval
Mark Stoval
4 months ago

We have a low IQ “mayor” of Orange County Florida. He has issued a mandatory mask order that started last Saturday. All government workers appear to be exempt. Many people are ignoring it just like I am. This idiot told the RNC that Orange did not want the Republicans to come to Orlando with their convention as we did not want the millions of dollars spent here. He would rather the people starve in the streets than let Trump come to “his town”. The thing is; it is in the mid 90s with high sunshine. You can not catch a… Read more »

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Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Mark Stoval
4 months ago

I’m down in S.W. Fl. Mark,and just beginning to think Desantis was our guy, then the noon news said all bars in Fl. no longer able to serve alcohol. Things were getting back to normal,now I fear the scammers are winning out. If you watch the MSM , you’d think the 2nd wave had started and it’s a tsunami.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Mark Auld
4 months ago

DiSantis and Abbott have revealed themselves to be RINO pieces of shit with this action.

The timing also demonstrates how evil these people are. Shutting down bars at noon on a beautiful summer Friday the weekend before the 4th of July is pitch perfect psychological warfare.

Reply to  Mark Auld
4 months ago

You’d think it’s the second wave of the Black Death.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Mark Auld
4 months ago

all bars in Fl. no longer able to serve alcohol.”

Wait, what? WTF?

Member
4 months ago

Deliver drivers for UPS and FedEx seem incredibly busy. Amazon is adding a new delivery hub in our nearby city. People are idle but still have lots of disposable cash so they are just buying crazy stuff to fill the time. The real question is whether anyone has the nerve to cut them off and we all know the answer to that. I think we are looking at an enormous population of perpetually unemployed people and a backdoor UBI. Who knew Andrew Yang was such a prophetic voice?

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Arthur Sido
4 months ago

The ones here are working all the overtime they are willing to take and deliveries routinely come at 8 or 9pm. Early on started keep a table of masks, gloves and a cooler of water on the front porch after one of the guys said they couldn’t get any and often didn’t have time to even take breaks.

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
4 months ago

I’ve come around 100% to Tucker’s side. Time for Trump to bust some commie heads or we are done. Let me put it in a nutshell:

Attend a church, you’re a criminal; Burn a church; you’re a hero.

https://youtu.be/nTOWOVjLY7c

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vxxSees_
Reply to  Tax Slave
4 months ago

Trump would rather swing from a noose than bust heads.
He’s averse to bloodshed. It’s in the damn book art of the deal.
That’s his problem, and ours.
I will vote for the guy but the bluff done called.
He’s not Lincoln, nor Hitler.
He’s Buchanan.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
4 months ago

When it comes to leftist relatives… yeah. It’s Usually the women that are the worst. And no, there is no shutting them up by taking the moral high ground. If you start asking them tough questions the fluster will turn into rage and then the insults will fly. If that doesn’t work, exile and banishment is up next. If it’s offered – take it. Unless you like living around loons… The time to get away from these people is NOW. If YOU do it, it will be a peaceful parting of the ways. If you let them do it, there… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

The women are especially tough. They simply won’t talk about the issues, even if just to explain to you how you’re wrong. It’s pure emotion, pure sticking with the tribe’s (literally and figuratively) narrative. But as I’ve mentioned before, that’s how women are wired. Getting mad about it is as crazy as getting mad at men for noticing a good-looking, young women. That’s how we’re wired. When you challenge the narrative and ask a woman to discuss an issue, you’re threatening that woman’s safety in the tribe. It’s not about that particular issue or fact, it’s about her standing in… Read more »

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Solid. Which is why our thing needs to keep young men in mind. Immediate tactics for those with the mettle and mindset but with strategy that is looking two generations ahead. Sadly most of my contemporary women are too far gone. But we can prevent further losses by giving young men the tools and tactics to get off the plantation – and the means to hone their skills toward generative work that serves our communities. The women will follow those young men; their nature is just as starved for this as those young men who really just need to chop… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Screwtape
4 months ago

Build a community with solid guys – especially young men – and the women will follow. Despite the massive propaganda, White women want White men. (Hell, Asian and Hispanic women want White men.) Our greatest weapon is exclusion. At the same time that Karens and “talented tenth” POC bitch about White men, they choose to live with us. Why? Because our neighborhoods are pleasant and POC neighborhoods are dangerous. If we had our own communities that didn’t allow POC or Karens/liberal White men to feed off of our social capital, young White women would come to our side in droves… Read more »

NJ Person
NJ Person
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

I agree. The social market is still strong for reasonably intelligent, hard-working and pleasant white males, despite the torrent of anti-white propaganda. Hence there is little need to accommodate obnoxious CNN air heads.

b123
b123
Reply to  NJ Person
4 months ago

100%. In my very non-white area, there is no doubt that white men remain at the top of the attractiveness chain. “White supremacy”, or maybe just basic genetics. The caveat is that these are white men who are as you described; not wiggers, who have a good career and income, dress well and stay in shape. It’s not that hard. But an increasing number of white men are becoming tattooed, not having a career, smoking weed all day, gaming, listening to rap, being wiggers. No homo, but non pozzed white men are just hot. It’s nature, and women can’t do… Read more »

vxxSees_
Reply to  NJ Person
4 months ago

May I add the ability to become unpleasant [shall we say] is now key.

As for talking with women..
My God, no. Talk to them, then ignore them. Treat em like shit, they really do love it. Or lust it.
Love can come after marriage and kids – and it should. But courting?

Exile
Exile
Reply to  vxxSees_
4 months ago

For anyone who’s seen “True Lies,” VX sounds like Bill Paxton.

vxxc 💂🏻‍♂️😉 Toxic masculinity vector
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Lay off the coke and go to bed.

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
Reply to  Screwtape
4 months ago

Have two daughters, the lockdown has been a good time to have a lot of conversations about current events and what they mean outside of what they see in media. Always take those opportunities to provide guidance.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  SamlAdams
4 months ago

That’s great. It’s always good to have a sit down, and tell them why some people need to be put on box cars and sent away.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Great advice. I’ve always tried to 1st redirect their maternal instincts back into the tribe by appealing to their emotional ties for the generation that raised us and who are now elderly and need looking after and to the sort of harsh life our children and grandchildren will have forced upon them. Even women who are childless will at least bend a bit when you drag recent generations of family into the picture. You will have planted a seed. It may sprout into something it may not. Some are intractable. Zman’s approach is well suited to those who are willing… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

I really appreciate the white men who try their best to build safe havens for their people, despite current condition of white women. Cause it’s kinda black pilling to see Karens valuing the privileges that they are being given more than truth or the well-being of their own race. If white women would show more appreciation towards white men, then all of this multicultural garbage would get solved immediately. It’s humiliating for a man to save a civilization that turned its back on him. What’s someone gonna say to a young lad to convince him to rise up? “Fight against… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  sentry
4 months ago

<i>What’s someone gonna say to a young lad to convince him to rise up?
“Fight against the enemy, I’m sure the women will thank you later.”</i>

Not bad advise, though. As eminent military historian Martin van Creveld replied when he was asked why there existed war: “Because men love war, and women love warriors.”

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

Perhaps I am too close to the situation to be objective, but to me… that is so much empty psychobabble. In my family, the women not only are happy to bring the roof down on their own tribes, they will wreck their own families without a second thought. Rampant divorce rates attest to this, as do other self destructive behaviors like mud sharking and coal burning. The other thing is this – no matter how much it galls the PUA’s and the MRA’s and the denizens of the manosphere – NAWALT applies. My wife does not exhibit the awful behavior… Read more »

NJ Person
NJ Person
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

I know someone who seems stuck in a marriage with a CNN fanatic. I rarely give unsolicited advice. But if I did, I would strongly advise getting a divorce, especially in absence of children. I agree that would be best to make the first move to peacefully separate. Our side should not always be the ones required to pay the price to keep social peace.  

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

The easiest, albeit very abrupt, sorting mechanism is to hold your moral stance and when inevitably someone accuses you of being a “racist,” just matter of factly state that, “Why yes, I am.” If they don’t clutch their chest and collapse then and there, they are likely to withdraw from you like a slug at the sight of the salt shaker 😀

Frip
Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

There’s hardly ever any reason to argue with a woman.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Just tell them to STFU. No point in arguing with them.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

It’s actually easy to shut them down. Ask them “What are the blacks actually asking for? Give me a definable ask, and then we can do it. The only ones I hear are ‘get rid of the cops and let everyone out of jail’. So let’s do it! And I mean all the cops, not just the inner city ones. Disconnect 911 except for ambulance calls”. It fries their circuits. They literally turn red and sputter. They have no answer, and it frightens the heck out of them. The latest lefty words are “horrifying” and “terrifying”. They use those words… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Dutch
4 months ago

They will just see it as you not understanding or mansplaining or being racist or some other bullshit.
Don’t argue. Just tell them to fuck off.

Charles St. Charles
Charles St. Charles
Reply to  Dutch
4 months ago

Most women don’t want to think a thing through to the end; they just want you to have the same feelz about it that they do.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Glenfilthie
4 months ago

Keep your mask on for possible filming and try the simple phrase, “Be quiet woman.”

You were never going to convince or dialogue with her anyway, might as well lead her closer to the cliffs of insanity.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  Penitent Man
4 months ago

Or: Stay in your lane, woman!

Guest
Guest
4 months ago

If Republicans block the extension of the $600 per week fedgov bonus they will lose the Senate and the Presidency. McConnell will gripe, but in the end he will support extending fedgov benefits, probably through October and then again to January or February 2021. This could easily extend for another year, particularly since the case count is ticking up across the country. I have two kids in college. They had very part-time jobs working in restaurants/coffee shops that were forced to close due to Coronavirus. They are now each making over $3k/month in unemployment. The old, normie me would have… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Guest
4 months ago

I assume you are telling them to stash a significant chunk of that money, in cash or some tangible asset. This train is going to come to a screeching stop soon.

CZ Master race
CZ Master race
Reply to  Guest
4 months ago

I’d be up for another stimulus, fuck it. It’s never going to get paid back anyway. I’ll just stack more ammo with it.

Reply to  CZ Master race
4 months ago

That’s a great idea. If the AWR government is gonna give us money, use it to purchase the AWRS’ doom.

Name
Name
4 months ago

Why aren’t you allowed in Idaho? Did you bad mouth potatoes?!

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

Well, Jared isn’t allowed in europe. I guess you still have work to do. Must say i’m a liitle jealous. I did get a letter from NC one time telling me they better not catch me in their state. A father banned me from a county, which will remain unnamed, in eastern kentucky when i was a lad. But idaho, for bad think, that’s the big time!

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Member
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

Well, Idaho is a Potatoist regime. At least you didn’t go Pastafarian.

Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

How ironic. When the time comes, Idaho will be the core of the ethnostate. Do potatoes have cores, BTW? No, I suppose not…

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Charles St. Charles
Charles St. Charles
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

Banned from Idaho? THE HORROR, OH, THE HORROR!!

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

“Ricist”? Is that something about Asians?

Member
Reply to  Tax Slave
4 months ago

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Apex Predator
Apex Predator
4 months ago

One other ‘side effect’ of the past 2 weeks is that it has NEVER been a better time to be a coalburner. LinkedIn has this stickied post that is the top of the news feed no matter who you are with some virtue signaling mudshark talking about how awesome & progressive she was 20 years ago for choosing the lowest common denominator. Of course since the Church of Woke is the new religion there are literally 2500+ comments of various other mudsharks also displaying their bravery and virtue ad infinitum. This is why women should not vote or in many… Read more »

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KGB
KGB
Reply to  Apex Predator
4 months ago

No need to look at your link. I see examples from my front porch. When you look at how angry mulattos are in general, e.g. Obama, Kap, Bubba, you have to think this country will be in a world of hurt when the current, massive crop of mystery meats reaches adulthood.

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

Caught between two worlds so they choose being black, a world where they’re the tallest midget and get the best perks. However, a part of them knows that they could never have tried to be a part of White world. They would never really be accepted by Whites. Even liberal Whites will view them as black first and a human second. To liberals, they are an ornament, a savior, protection, but never just another person. They also know deep down that blacks as a group are pretty pathetic. They tell themselves that its racism, but they know. Blacks just aren’t… Read more »

Severian
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Honestly, I don’t blame them. The “tallest midget” effect has some real bennies attached, but more importantly, to be Black is to be something. No, really: “Blackness” is a ready-made identity. It’s a deeply stupid, self-destructive identity, I’ll grant you, but, like being a SJW, it provides ready-made answers to all life’s questions. Turns out nothing’s your fault, and you’re some kind of sooper-jeenyus for recognizing that fact! Blackness, in other words, is just Marxism for mystery meatballs.

Frip
Member
Reply to  Severian
4 months ago

‘Blackness, in other words, is just Marxism for mystery meatballs.” LOL

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

Caught between two worlds so they choose being black

That’s because a mulatto cannot choose to be white. Even shitlibs don’t treat them as white, the paternalistic condescension they vibe is unmistakable, and poc are preternaturally sensitive to condescension.

As some dude on the internet said, blacks hate goodwhites more than they hate rednecks.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Felix Krull
4 months ago

Since I red-pilled I’d had better relations with all but Aspirational Blacks because it removed the patronizing element. Aspirational Blacks got triggered by my casual racism but the average Blacks or even the street nogs seemed to prefer a White guy that made it clear he didn’t consider them “just like everyone else.” That’s changing fast though. Since the Groyd Riots they smell the power dynamic changing. I’ve been more low key with my racism in the last month. The days of casual ambivalence are over – it’s “for us or against us” time. Jim Crow really was the high-water… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

Since I red-pilled I’d had better relations with all but Aspirational Blacks because it removed the patronizing element. Yes. I have had exactly the same experience with Mohammadans and, in a few cases, actual Jihadis. Since the Groyd Riots they smell the power dynamic changing. Over here, BLM is still an embarrassing joke, thank god – it seems Bishop Absalon is watching over us – but from what I see on the internet, the endgame is coming, and it’s coming for you first. Don’t ask me for specifics, but this whole Corona-deal smells like a heist to me. The usual… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
4 months ago

That video, by the way, was released on the actual Inauguration Day.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Felix Krull
4 months ago

Keep Copenhagen & Oslo safe for me Felix, I’ll be back this year – assuming any sane country will admit Americans after we get through Wave X of Covid EleventySomething

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

It’s not hard to understand. It’s called the One Drop Rule. They’re African. Full stop. Not mulattos or half white. Their skin may be paler and their hair straighter (I’m lookin’ at you, Meghan Markle); but they are still only Africans with all the associated HBD detritus. This is why our elders were so horridied by miscegenation.

vxxSees_
Reply to  Maus
4 months ago

We need partition.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  vxxSees_
4 months ago

Dolly Partition? I’ve always enjoyed her music 🙂

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Maus
4 months ago

Agree, but that drop can get pretty small, if there was just in the woodpile, generations ago 🙂 I recall an old (1990s?) magazine article where the (white male) author had his DNA sequenced (in the early days of that) and he visited the countries of his genetic ancestors. One of them was in Africa with decidely ebony humans 😀

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
4 months ago

Look at the positives: they can check the box “Black” when it will give them a preference. And most likely, the IQ Fairy tossed in a few extra points. 🙂

schumacher
schumacher
Reply to  KGB
4 months ago

“The negro is indolent and a dreamer; spending his meager wage on frivolity or drink; the European has a tradition of work and saving.” -Che Guevara Mulattoes (miscegenation) are encouraged because their perpetual anger and frustration makes them a good middle-management firewall for the elite. They’ll constantly in-fight and attack the white working class, preventing that working class from ever reaching the elite. This is also why the elite put and promote homosexuality into middle management. Infighting, gossip, snitching, and down-punching insulate the elite from the workers and prevent the workers from doing the necessary work of cleaning out the… Read more »

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Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  KGB
4 months ago

When I was in my 40s I dated a much younger woman briefly. Her solution to racial issues was “Everybody should fuck until we’re all the same color.” 😀 I wasn’t aware that this was actually happening.

BerndV
BerndV
Reply to  Apex Predator
4 months ago

Islam is correct regarding women. I kinda envy them for keeping their women firmly in their place. Women’s suffrage is the single biggest mistake civilization has ever made.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  BerndV
4 months ago

Islam is right on a lot of issues, like “if you’re not one of us, you have forfeit your right to live.”

vxxSees_
Reply to  Felix Krull
4 months ago

There are many, many lessons from Islam.
In the Arab house the man is God, and the sons worship him. There is peace from the women.
Not to mention it’s the greatest formula for lasting conquest ever.
We really need an Sunni/Bushido/Orange Catholic Bible. I’d be able to go to Church again.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Apex Predator
4 months ago

I’ve been predicting that a huge wave of half-orclets is going to spawn in about nine months due to all the coal that has been burnt at the riots.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Apex Predator
4 months ago

Sistas despise White girls almost universally – homicide-level – mostly for “stealing” their men and the hair thing – Sailer’s really onto something with that, not that Shaniqua doesn’t make this obvious every day in social media. The level of social proofing White women lay on each other for coal-burning since the 00’s is creepy. I’ve dated more than one girl who was ghosted by her friends for not dating Black men. Bad girls usually learn the score on nogs sooner than the social conformists & enforcers. The church-going girls I’ve been with who had Black priors usually had only… Read more »

BadThinker
BadThinker
4 months ago

I would like to thank you, Mr. Z Man, for being a light in the wilderness during this insanity. I sometimes think I am going crazy, then I can come back here to you and the commentators and I remember that I’m not alone. If there is anyone here in the Pittsburgh region (I know you’re out there, Mr. Z has mentioned Pittsburgh on the show before) that would be interested in some sort of meetup, hit me up at proton mail, user name is same as my username here.

Frip
Member
Reply to  BadThinker
4 months ago

Same here. I’m between LA and San Bernardino. Also frequent Hollywood-Santa Monica area). Proton is Frip88

Reply to  Frip
4 months ago

I’m in West Texas. Proton is scipiolull.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
4 months ago

OT (probably): I wanted to know how the “epidemic” of police brutality compared to routine homicides in the Black community. So today’s “editorial” Putting Black Homicides into Perspective Like many Americans, I’m tired of the “Black Lives Matter” bullshit. Yes, Black men are killed by police (or civilians.) Yes, sometimes the use of force was excessive (or lethal.) If you’re a true bliever, and are sure that all Blacks are completely innocent and all police or civilian actions are murder, then stop reading now, for I only have contradictory evidence. This is just a quickie,so perhaps the statistics are not… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
4 months ago

Make hay while the sun shines indeed. This has been a great and strange opportunity for those willing and able to work. Might not show yet but it will when the checks stop coming.

It’s all about positioning for the future. I’d expect the checks to keep coming through the end of the (election) year. Still time to set up for the mess.

Drake
Drake
4 months ago

Trump: I’m disappointed – but I also hope he wins again. I need a few more years to prep for what’s coming. Plans are in place but will take some time.

Drake
Drake
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

That too!

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

It would be like a dopamine hit followed by four years of watching him sell out anything that’s not left. Presidents are like bees. The first term has the stinger and the second term is the bee slowly dying. If he’s this bad in the first term he’s a total zero in the second. He’s a used condom in the gutter these days. I want to see Alzheimers patient freeze up and then say something about how he’ll work with Tip O’Neill as the country burns down. If we’re going to fo out, what a great scene that would be.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Exactly, JR. I don’t see how anyone can expect anything out of him in a second term with strengthened opposition and even less reason for the remaining GOP to back him – no coattails left to ride, not like he has much now. You can argue that Biden’s marginally worse – I’m not sold at this point – but Trump will accomplish nothing for White interests if he wins a second term, either as a brake on Woke insanity or otherwise. How many times has he used that veto pen, even in the last 2 years when Dems controlled the… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Exile
4 months ago

yep.

TorontoTraveller
TorontoTraveller
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

I think you are a fool.

I don’t deliberately argue on Z’s broadsheet here, but I look at comments like yours and, especially, The Hun, and wish you guys would just read, enjoy, contribute (silently, like me) and stop posting idiocy like the above.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  TorontoTraveller
4 months ago

What is your problem again?

TorontoTraveller
TorontoTraveller
Reply to  Hun
4 months ago

Tell me more about dopamine hits and bees. Please.

You are not quite as bad as Hun but still.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  TorontoTraveller
4 months ago

Are you off your meds?

Exile
Exile
Reply to  TorontoTraveller
4 months ago

“Contribute Silently” is the motto that got us here. No thanks.

You don’t have to read anything I post. Why are you so concerned about what I’m saying?

Lotta newbies around here with a lot of concerns lately.

Diversity Heretic
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
4 months ago

Second terms are, in general, not as successful as first terms and often have some kind of scandal associated with them. It’s hard for me to imagine what a Trump second term would look like and, if the polls are even close to being accurate, I doubt that I’ll have to.

vxxSees_
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

“My fellow American’s, I have assumed the powers of the Presidency under the 25th Amendment.”
President Kamala Harris.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  vxxSees_
4 months ago

Bill Barr’s boys will save us though, right Mulder?

Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

The big question to me is, would Trump’s reelection be an accelerant or retardant of the final reckoning? There is no question his reelection would drive many an AWR over the edge, and some of them violently so. But it might be a quick spasm that burned itself in less than a week. Should Biden win, OTOH, civil authority will be utterly emasculated and blacks will sense that it is well and truly open season on YT. Violent attacks by blacks on whites will increase dramatically, and some of them could be massed attacks on white neighborhoods. If that happens,… Read more »

TorontoTraveller
TorontoTraveller
Reply to  thezman
4 months ago

Hmmm… Your prior comments arguing that retrospectively it seems preferable for “their guy(s)” instead of “our guy(s)” to hold the reins of power struck home to me.

Why is it better to not just rip this band-aid off and get on with it.

I think we may be under-estimating how quick a turn conventional wisdom may take in these times and I don’t think Trump has any part to play in that any more. He’s done what he could all things considered. That’s all folks. He’s shot his bolt. It’s over and there was some progress.

Next.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth