Choosing Sides

At the end of last week, the lead writer for the Tucker Carlson show was fired for blasphemy, after it was discovered he was posting unapproved jokes on an on-line forum under a pseudonym. How his blasphemy was discovered is unknown, but the keepers of truth have teams of top women hunting down these people in order to keep their domains safe from unapproved thoughts. This is, of course, a familiar story that is now what the old newspaper guys would call a “standing head.”

Tucker Carlson has not commented on it, but his bosses at Fox News promise he will have an on-air struggle session Monday. Fox News, of course, “strongly condemns this horrific behavior.” By horrific, they mean saying “given how tired black people always claim to be, maybe the real crisis is their lack of sleep” on an on-line forum dedicated to snarky humor. Clearly, such words are so monstrous it is hard to believe a human being could think such things, much less say them out loud.

In all seriousness, one has to wonder what language is reserved for a school bus that rolls over on an icy road or the orphanage the catches on fire. This is, allegedly, a news organization, whose job it is to report events. If edgy jokes are now classified as “horrific” then how do they convey the image of a school bus flipped over? How can anyone take seriously their descriptions when they indulge is suck ridiculous emotional hyperbole like this? Teenage girls have more fortitude.

You can’t help but notice how the bold, rock-ribbed defenders of truth and civility have adopted the language of the Left. Like the old communists, Progressive now contort the language to such extremes that it is becoming a genre of humor. How long before they force Sean Hannity to call Peter Brimelow a running dog lackey? What adds to the absurdity is the people indulging in the hyperbole are the sorts of mediocrities you find staffing government offices.

We’ll have to see what Carlson has to say about it, but unless he dramatically resigns on-air, the one thing we can know for sure is that when the choice is between his friends on the Left and the people who watch his show, he will pick his friends. His man of the people act is just that, an act. Carlson is super-wealthy. If he walked away from his job, his grandchildren would never have to work a day in their life. If he gets fired, it means fly fishing in Maine and ski trips to Aspen.

In other words, his former head writer took more risk posting edgy jokes on-line than Tucker appears willing take in defense of his writer. Unless this Neff guy is from old money, he is now going to suffer real harm. He will not only lose his income, but he will suffer internal exile for as long as the revolution rolls on. Whenever he applies for a job, he will have to atone for his crimes against the one true faith. As a practical matter, he may have to change his name in order to live.

This is the sort of stuff Tucker spends every night railing against. He has made his name condemning things like cancel culture. For him to obsequiously go along with his key writer being cancelled makes him a hypocrite and a liar. It means that in the end, his friends and neighbors in the ruling class come before the principles he claims to be fighting to advance. More important, he’s asking you to do what he lacks the testicular fortitude to do in his own domain.

He’s not alone in this. Charles Murray, the former biological realist, thinker and writer has gone down the same path as Carlson. After having got some credit for having stood against the mob, he is now throwing in with the mob. Like Tucker, Murray would rather be with his friends than defend the ideas he once claimed to champion. It will not be long before he is required to burn his own books and condemn his former collaborator Richard Herrnstein. He’ll do it with enthusiasm too.

We’ll see what Carlson says on Monday. You can be sure an army of top people are crafting a speech to keep the sheep in the fold. Most of the people watching Tucker are so desperate for a champion, they will overlook just about anything. This is what Team Trump is counting on in the November election. Opinion does not alter fact. The fact here is that one of his own was dragged out by the witch hunters, put through the ritual humiliation of cancel culture and Carlson did nothing.

This is the reality we must accept. This war the ruling class is waging on white people is not a product of a small cabal within the ruling class. It is all of them. Worse yet, the war has become a profit center for them. Would anyone be shocked if Fox News, after having cancelled one of their own, starts selling “free speech face mufflers” in the Fox News store? Maybe have Tucker pitch them on his show, right after he condemns Blake Neff for his horrific language.

In the end, this revolution will end up where all revolutions end. Everyone will be forced to choose sides and give over their life to the cause they choose. The people living in mansions will find the choice easy. Every day they are reminded of how well the revolution is treating them. For everyone else, it is more difficult, but eventually, everyone will have to become a partisan for their own cause. Everyone will have to be as loyal to his side as Tucker is to his side.

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Juri
Juri
3 months ago

“”….Like the old communists, Progressive now….”””
As a proud citizen of Soviet Union for 16 years, I kindly ask, what is the difference between our communists and your progressives ? IMHO you have exactly the same process, what France had in 1789 and we had 1917.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

Yeah also the revolution pretty much started in the 60s in Russia. It was the 1860s but it culminated in 1917 so we’re right on track

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

(Yakoff voice): “In Russia you don’t choose sides, sides choose you!”

David Wright
Member
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
C.S. Lewis

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

We are becoming a tranny tyranny 🙂

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

And self-righteous. The Soviets cynically knew they were manipulating with propaganda and outright lies. Our Progressives actually believe the insane bullshit they spew.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 months ago

Many communists believed in their nonsense, in fact lots of them got caught offguard when communism fell, they thought people loved it.
I’m referring particularly to women, the recurring useful idiot.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

I think Jun nailed it. The initial revolutionaries were True Believers and then technocracy took over.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 months ago

Soviet Union was not the only communist country in Eastern Europe.
I, for one, am sick of hearing the old farts reminisce about the good ol’ communist days. They are right in a way cause communist countries were way more nationalistic back in the day than they are right now.
Basically monarchy >>…> communism >>> globo homo capitalism

St_Louis_Arch
St_Louis_Arch
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 months ago

The True Believers were rounded up, post haste, just like the current ones will be. You can’t let them stick around, they’re proven revolutionaries, after all!

Archer
Archer
Reply to  St_Louis_Arch
3 months ago

That’s exactly right. The first to go were the revolutionaries. Molotov is exhibit A.

Paul
Paul
Reply to  St_Louis_Arch
3 months ago

Solzhenitsyn was rounded up for being “more communist than Stalin”.

Juri
Juri
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 months ago

Cold blooded ice eyed calculators arrived after Stalin purges. From 1917-until 1938 we had also true believers. That is why we had madness and 50 million dead. Stalin purged idealists and replaced them with technocrats. This is the real reason, why mass murdering ended and why lot of Russians honoring Stalin despite his methods.

omega-man
omega-man
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

first the “vanguard” seizes the reins , then the purge of immediate opposition (the vanquished), then the purge within the vanguard(the reactionaries), then hell is loosed upon the masses. Nothing new under the sun.

Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

If somewhat less peachy…

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

yeah and more gay.

Tea Party Reject
Tea Party Reject
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Less attractive, too. Most communists were at least thin and didn’t mar their faces with metal implants.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

“IMHO you have exactly the same process, what France had in 1789 and we had 1917.”
I’ve been saying the same thing on this site, while some people here talk about desperate globalists being afraid to lose their power, cowering in fear.
The only cowering bitches I see are the so called right-wing representatives.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

Exactly. Huwitey ain’t waking up.

Did we all miss how meekly the McCloskeys handed over their guns?

sentry
sentry
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 months ago

Yippie-Ki-Yay, McClane!

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 months ago

As someone who has been in almost that exact identical position- i.e. someone coming to seize my weapons because of racist district attorneys pushing racial politics into their search warrants, question for you… What SHOULD they have done? Gone out guns blazing with the army of cops that likely showed up to execute the warrant? It is incredibly easy to run your mouth until you have had the 4 am no-knock or even the day time regular knock with a dozen heavily armed men there to carry out a ‘lawful order’. This is the part that always makes me laugh… Read more »

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

Black people will always have access to guns. Maybe at some point some of our best friends will need to be black.

Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

At the rate of “a few at a time,” they should be able to confiscate all of the guns in BSA by, oh, I don’t know, 4763.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

You prove once again you are a fucking retard who has no understanding of “slowly then all at once”. A few at a time every day in every county in the US all day long plus your neighbors turning you in with ERPO flags for simple ownership . I get that you live in bum-fuck nowhere where you have probably not even seen a minority in decades, but for those of us living in reality in the cities/burbs we cannot hold you goofy head in the sand views anymore. You stink of WN 1.0 LARP talk and it isn’t helpful… Read more »

Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

Vituperation is indicative of a small mind. At any rate, when one speaks of millions and millions of guns in private hands, and that number increasing constantly and at an ever increasing rate, your “a few at a time” calculus won’t put a dent in the number. Moreover, how do your neighbors know you have guns? And how many of them would actually turn you in for possession? I’m afraid your breathless Chicken Little act bears no positive relationship to reality.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

I see your point, which further makes mine.

These 2A LARPers ain’t gonna do s**t. Instead of the “Million Mogadishus” that Ward Churchill wanted (remember him!?!), we’ll get a Million McCloskeys.

plato_spaghetti
plato_spaghetti
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

Thank you. I’ve been trying to tell people this for decades. We are losing our 2A state by state, magazine by magazine, round by round. There are few places left where “shall not be infringed” is even close to being intact. Soon we will be the UK, and soon enough Venezuela. I’m willing to die fighting tyranny (not just regarding guns), but it’s a futile gesture to do that alone. The call to arms that our founding fathers answered, will never happen. But I wish there were at least an equivalent of the French Resistance to join. War is horrible.… Read more »

gene
gene
Reply to  plato_spaghetti
3 months ago

European countries including the UK are less tyrannical than the US.

99 % conviction rates, huge prison population, militarized police, perp walks, affirmative action, cities ablaze, explicit calls for replacement: all these phenomena are part of the rich bounty of life in the US.

Nick
Nick
Reply to  gene
3 months ago

You try writing to or reading from a domestic British or German Z-man blog in Britain and Germany and find out how free they are.

i like th Z-man and find many of his words wise. But he creates cynicism and a desire to see it all as hopeless.

the left took 50 years to get here. We can get back but not if we are too cynical to take baby steps.

Trump deserves another term. The alternative won’t be pretty. At the least it buys 4 more years of prep time.

Paul
Paul
Reply to  Nick
3 months ago

Patrick Henry’s famous speech belongs here. I’m tired of waiting, and getting too old for another trump 4-year mess. More time to prep ends up being more time to do nothing. The time to fight is probably right after the election.

Tea Party Reject
Tea Party Reject
Reply to  plato_spaghetti
3 months ago

American Conservatives 2015: Free speech is an inalienable right. Even offensive opinions should be respected. 2020: Hate speech has no place our democracy. Amazon should ban and refuse to ship controversial books. We should also shut down the post office, giving Jeff Bezos even more power to censor racism. Gone With The Wind, Huck Finn? Never heard of them. Probably racist anyway. 2025: From my cold dead hands! Take my guns, and I’ll rebel liberals! 2030: What? I’ve always opposed guns. MLK jr. was killed by a gun, libtards. White Fragility had nothing to do with it. That’s a made… Read more »

Xman
Xman
Reply to  plato_spaghetti
3 months ago

The Fudds will never rise up against the “heroic First Responders” they worship so much who get paid to kick in their doors and confiscate their guns. That’s a given.

My concern is that as gun control progresses, whites will be left defenceless against the black mobs, and the cops will go after the low-hanging fruit of the gun owners rather than going after the mob.

Sandmich
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

Naw that’s why you do what the Iraqis did and bury them somewhere and then after the fuzz is gone, dig them back up.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Sandmich
3 months ago

That’s my plan.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 months ago

The Lawyer guys are Leftists, not our people.
In any case resistance is way easier said than done.
Cope hit you in mass numbers when you are at your weakest and have political cover to kill and sometimes torture you.

Tea Party Reject
Tea Party Reject
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 months ago

But I was told on this website (and everywhere else) that couldn’t happen. Gun owners were going to rise up if guns were confiscated. Grandma with her .38 was going to overpower the police and the military. How does this make any sense? I don’t understand how the conventional wisdom could have been so wrong.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Tea Party Reject
3 months ago

Lefty believed it too. It acted as a restraint on them.

Once they figure out its BS, things will get ugly, quick.

Reply to  Tea Party Reject
3 months ago

One case of confiscation in St. Louis hardly proves gun ownership is dead or that attempted confiscation won’t eventually be met with resistance. The McCloskeys, BTW, are rich as Croesus and had everything to lose. Other whites will be far more desperate.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

As I noted before the S. Louis pair are rich city liberal lawyers and I would expect them to comply as the gun was taken as evidence.
They are not rednecks , dissidents or really from the way they were handling weapons, gun people.
They were also offered a brand new free AR15 by a local gun company if they just didn’t go buy another.
Far too many people here black pill at every occasion. Just stop.

ExPraliteMonk
ExPraliteMonk
Reply to  abprosper
3 months ago

Far too many people here black pill at every occasion.

Losers tend to do that.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  ExPraliteMonk
3 months ago

Sam Francis called them Beautiful Losers. Frankly I think that is generous. Not only does our side lack ideas and motivation they flee from and are terrified of actually having to believe in anything and unwilling to take any sort of responsibility for anything larger than a family. A lot of them love to complain but ask them to put up or shut up an idea, a what would you do and they scurry like roaches. I am slightly optimistic in that this insane shutdown crushing the economy with no recovery point will jar a few of the f&cknuggets on… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

your commies would have invaded the white suburbs by now

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

corporations & banks own everything, most whites have student debts & mortgages, there’s nothing they wish to expropriate.
If they care to take something, they have subtler ways.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

True to a large extent, but nothing beats raping high quality white women in the suburbs, That’s the holy grail.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

this reminded me of macron wanting to bring in 200 million africans in France.
This might be their master plan, 4 africans for 1 white woman.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

Macron has to know that would be the outcome

If he doesn’t, it’s no wonder they picked him for the job

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Macron was picked by jews, Jacques Attali(jew) on the left, is one of the high tier globalists alongside Soroscomment image

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

How the hell did grandpa Munster become one of our overlords?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

DIE-versity means chasing down the last white woman and colonizing her womb with non-white seed.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

I think you say this as a joke or hyperbole but that is 100% the next target of this and you see it with things like the “CAREN” act trying to be passed where it becomes a crime to actually call the police on blacks.

Combine that w/ the 24×7 full court propaganda assault and you will see da white wimmenz gladly taking the rape and black insemination for a half-black baby as ‘reparations’ for their ancestor’s crimes. They are building this framework in real time so your ‘joke’ is actually reality.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

ugly feminists hate pretty white women, they wanna see them raped by freaks so they propagate ideas that would get white women in trouble.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

I am not joking when I say that white women are their holy grail

And I was saying maybe two years ago on various websites that white women were next in one to be demonized

Normies didn’t want to believe it but the writing was on the wall. The minute I started hearing black women starting to more loudly complain about how white women were taking their black men, I knew it was coming

Reply to  Apex Predator
3 months ago

Man, you must really get off on your masochistic, dystopian fantasies.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

Try watching the TV news sometime instead of leave it to beaver reruns you geriatric dolt. You are an ostritch head firmly in the sand trying to escape the hellscape forming around us. Run along now Price is Right is about to start!

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

There is historical precedent for this. Haiti is a good example. Read about it.

Reply to  Epaminondas
3 months ago

Haiti is and was overwhelmingly Hutu. In America they make up, at most, 13% of the population. As much power as the Hutus have in this country, white women will never be coerced into conceiving nigglets and calling the cops on Hutus will never be criminalized.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

The commies are the White Suburbs, or getting there: the proletariat in the cities, the secretariat in the better (for now) suburbs, surrounded by the Lumpenproletariat and serfs in the provinces.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

We have more Jews. At least the USSR learned that lesson after WWII.

Sending the Jackson-Vanik Ashkepaths to America was the USSR’s most effective anti-American measure ever – the parents of Max Boot & a whole Kvetching Klown Kar of political subversives & fixers, media manipulators, banksters, Cult-Marx profs and general malcontents.

Castro’s Marielitos were nothing compared with this.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

So true. They were used to poison us why I think that not until people are willing to openly attach Jews to our decline will things change. Because if this really a war, then people will have to fight to win, and that fight includes — gasp — calling out Schlomo once that happens. The whole thing does a 180 And jews will start backtracking. It might really be that simple. If 50 million whites start screaming about it, the Jews will backpedal FAST I have dealt with them quite a bit. If you let them walk over you their… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Yuri Bezmenov was probably referring to jews when he talked about subversion of USA, he knew they couldn’t help themselves

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Can you imagine the earth-shaking reaction if Tucker, on live TV, were to actually name the J … uh … name the … er, the Democrats and other misguided souls? Let freedom ring!

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Gravity Denier
3 months ago

I don’t think that Tucker will get any nearer to doing that than his prior pecking around President Kushner.

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 months ago

I was being ironic. Tucker is controlled opposition, as controlled by himself as by outside compulsion. He is sharp about knowing where the electrified fence is, and going up to it but never past it.

We are better off for his being seen and heard, but at most Tucker is a stimulus for some people trying to graduate from Cucksville U.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Gravity Denier
3 months ago

If he said the stuff we think, he’s lose his job if not his life.

Gravity Denier
Gravity Denier
Reply to  abprosper
3 months ago

I’m not implying that Tucker should abandon all discretion in his televised commentary. But he could push the boundaries, carefully and gradually on his own Long March.

There’s nothing he can do to assure his show’s continuation. Even as it stands the leftist establishment would like to see him off and may well succeed.

rashomoan
rashomoan
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

That describes a narcissist. Rule #1 is never apologize for anything, to them it is an admission of guilt and trigger for a reparations demand. Observe carefully how they behave wrt cluster b personality disorders and educate yourself on how not to fall into their traps.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  rashomoan
3 months ago

Yep. I was reading how in Jewish law or legal theory, going way back, that a lack of a positive defense of one’s position was not a pure admission of guilt but enough weight to tip the scales

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Have to deal with Judeo-Christian nonsense first. Too many revere Jews as God’s chosen. Never mind they had the Romans crucify the Son and have been under judgement since. One wonders how so many who think America is under judgement today don’t make the connection. Sure, it’s our fault for wandering off the path, but they might ask why, or under whose influence.

Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

I dare say the Bolshevik party, particularly at the highest level, was considerably more Jewish than America’s ruling elite. Lenin, incidentally, was one quarter Jewish.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

Trump is also in a way, considering the influence his daughter and Jared have over him

PGT Beauregard
PGT Beauregard
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

that means he was 3/4 goy Mensa

Exile
Exile
Reply to  PGT Beauregard
3 months ago

Donald Trump is 100% goy and if he’s not on Team Zion I’ll eat my kippah.

Aditya V Barot
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

Stuff and nonsense. “Jewish Bolshevism” is dwarfed by Jewish infiltration and penetration of every important aspect of American Civil (and now military) society. In Russia, so tenuous was their hold, that all it took was the threat of Uncle Joe going to town – post mortem – to throw the damned kvetchers out…and into the open arms of Stupid, Dumbfuck, ‘Mericans. What is it about ‘Mericans that makes them feel so superior about having all these exotic pets pissing the graves of their forefathers? I’ve never subscribed to the damned nonsense about “pathological altruism.” The average middle-class white man and/or… Read more »

Reply to  Aditya V Barot
3 months ago

The fact remains that power in the USSR was concentrated far more intensively in the Bolshevik party than it is in US society, and that the Jews were strongly overrepresented in the highest ranks of the party. Trotsky, Kamenev, Zinoviev, Sverdlov and Radek are only several of the Jewish heavy hitters. That scenario has never existed in the US and doesn’t now. Are Jews a very powerful force in “America.” Of course. But Jews in the USSR were even more so.

Aditya V Barot
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

I agree but I see the absence of prominent Jews in power as more disturbing than the Soviet experiment. Until quite recently, Organized American Jewry had become a virtuoso at pulling strings. Buttgoy ran interference and served as beards but it was virtually impossible to “name the Jew.” No more. Alas. Once again, the Trotskies will make the revolution and the Bronsteins will pay the price TL; DR: The fact the the internal security services and external espionage and counter-espionage organs in addition to legitimate institutions are either enthralled to Official Jewry or directly controlled by them is unprecedented in… Read more »

IdahoHunter
Reply to  Aditya V Barot
3 months ago

Kiss my motherfucking “Murican” ass.

IdahoGatherer
IdahoGatherer
Reply to  IdahoHunter
3 months ago

His observations are largely valid. I dunno why calling them out upsets you.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

“Sending the Jackson-Vanik Ashkepaths to America was the USSR’s most effective anti-American measure ever…”

Excellent insight.

Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

The respective mechanics are very different, but the ghastly outcome will be the same. Throw in China, 1949 as well.

Aditya V Barot
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

“Our progressives” have all our bases. They control far more of material and spiritual resources than yours ever did. “[Your] communists” needed a KGB and SMERSH! and similar organs in order to rule your people. Our people here are so broken that each man is his own Beria. Effectively, we have 300 million Berias.

Strap in, kids, and hold tight. This isn’t going to be smooth or easy.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Juri
3 months ago

Modern communists wear vagina-hats.

Whitney
Member
3 months ago

The article about Tucker’s house is weird. They specify an outdoor swimming pool. Isn’t it more Lux to have an indoor swimming pool? Also, Wowza, DC is expensive. It cost a lot to stay in the cabal.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

And a “gourmet kitchen” whatever that is, with “stainless steel appliances” like tens of millions of suburbanites.

Its all virtue signalling – casting his lack of poverty as morally suspect.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
3 months ago

“Carlson is super-wealthy.”

A quick “gulag” of his net worth comes back with ~ $20 million as the average guess. While I consider this enough to qualify as “fuck you” money for himself and his wife and minor children, I don’t think that’s gonna put his grandkids on easy street.

It will be interesting to see what he says. I just don’t think Fox would actually keep anybody on the air (or employ in any fashion really) who actually believes what he purports to believe.

Mark Stoval
Mark Stoval
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

I did not know that. You learn all kinds of things here. 🙂

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Mark Stoval
3 months ago

Old money isn’t always big money. Years ago I dated a woman who was (for example) fourth-generation heir to the inventor of Monopoly. Just like with oil wells, given a few generations, the 1/5 of a 1/4 of a 1/8 and you have a little extra money, that’s nice, but basically just enough to help pay the kid’s tuition or the payments on the Buick 😀

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
3 months ago

Buckminster Fuller’s granddaughter worked as a cashier at the Noguchi Museum; Joseph Mallord William Turner (famous painter early 1800s …look him up, great stuff) .. his g-g-granddaughter was a cashier at a perfume store on Bleecker St.sometimes the apple falls far from the tree.

wyomarine
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
3 months ago

I know one of the last of the old Schwinn bicycle family, lives on a large family ranch but he’s broke. The grandparents build it and the kids spend it.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Thank you, sir.
Yes, I would consider that FU money to the third generation.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
3 months ago

There’s no such thing as fuck you-money. The more money you have, the more you’ve got to lose.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 months ago

That depends on how you live. The problem is getting that money comes with heavy strings, if not your literal immortal soul than tons of mandatory expenditures and ways of livng design to keep anyone not in the 1% functionally poor and in their place. Most cannot be like Sam Walton. Ultimately wealth can be a prison. Also the idea that you’d leave some money for future generations and if things went well and/or they were clever it would last is deprecated. Most of today’s super rich just use the money to meddle and have no plans to pass much… Read more »

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 months ago

You obviously don’t understand the concept.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
3 months ago

One of us clearly doesn’t. The richer you are, the greater your fear of becoming poor.

General Electric, Leader Of reVolts
General Electric, Leader Of reVolts
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 months ago

I doubt Jeff Bezos worries about ever being poor again. He exchanged his ex-wife and tens of billions dollars for a nasty slut recently.

I live in a successful professional class household. We still clip coupons or sniff out the online equivalents and shop at sales whenever possible. With the exception of healthy foods, travel, outdoor gear, electronics and professional attire, we live far, far below our means because we have both been seriously poor and never wish to live like that again.

I think you’re off the mark Felix.

abprosper
abprosper

The 1% are not like the rest of the rich. The ultra rich, hundreds of millions low billions are also pretty immune. Most rich people , the other 95% have a few million mostly in assets and do the much higher social status expenditures end up while not strapped, not flush either. Also the worst thing in their world is decline in status and dropping from say wealthy to upper middle while not bothersome to us would crush the. Most people who wouldn’t mind won’t be allowed to get rich or if they do live quietly as grey men. The… Read more »

Marko
Marko
3 months ago

I wouldn’t get blackpilled on Tuck before hearing him out. He’s been on quite a roll lately. Even heroic. And I hate to think that his only principled option is to resign on-air. If he does throw Neff to the wolves, then it’ll be a major disappointment, perhaps the worst of the past 4 years. But I think he’ll find a clever way to middle-road it, and people on Our side will grumble but still tune in.

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
Reply to  Marko
3 months ago

Blake Neff wrote his monologues, apparently. And his book too.

Maybe The Tuck is an empty suit.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Tykebomb
3 months ago

Broadcast News come to life. I never really liked that movie but I was youngish when it came out and the female leads voice is unlistenable so it’s probably more of those things than the actual movie

Whitney
Member
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

good catch

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

excellent catch

I don’t watch Tucker so don’t know who Rosenberg was, so just did a search

and makes perfect sense

Boarwild
Boarwild
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Exactly: what did Neff say/post that was so egregious? Haven’t seen it anywhere?

Don’t take these bastards’ words for anything: In a world where saying “all lives matter” will get you literally killed any allegation is immediately suspect.

Redpill Boomer
Redpill Boomer
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Ah, that’s it of course. Z, do you think Soros or someone similar is funding the cancel mobs? They sure seem to have a lot of time on their hands.

Darryl Licht
Darryl Licht
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

I’ve never watched TC. I know who he is, of course. Never heard of Susan Rosenberg.
But…. uhhhh…. I can say is “Wow!”
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/breaking-youtube-takes-tucker-carlsons-video-connecting-terrorist-susan-rosenberg-blm/

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Marko
3 months ago

Tucker Carlson is no Braveheart. No one would follow him into an actual visceral battle, or even a shouting match. People who think this war will be won from the comfort of a couch are anti-evolutionary in addition to being dangerously stupid.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

100%

we will see what people say and what they believe when asked to get off the couch.

the “get off the couch” will be the great culling

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Under blue pill and soma? Hah! They won’t know they’re in the wood chipper until they feel their feet for the first time in ages.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

I would still rather have him as VP, than Pence.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

“won from the comfort of a couch”
But this is a civil war (already), and it is being fought from the couch (or dining table in my case .. gotta eat after all) It is a war of philosophies, a war of words and ideas, broadcast on the internet. The internet is our most important weapon, even more so than face-to-face verbal skirmishes.
We are winning, the couch is comfy.

Odoacer
Odoacer
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

True. When our hero arrives he’ll be a rough man in the streets cracking skulls and slitting throats. The rest is foreplay.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Marko
3 months ago

I’m with Marko. Reserve judgement until we hear what Tucker says. Either way, this is his moment. With the right stand he could propel himself to eventually becoming President.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
3 months ago

IMO Its better for Tucker to stay on the air and keep pushing the alt light position than for him to not be on the air. Now he’s helping people move in the right direction, who otherwise would not.

Whats the upside to him getting thrown off, even if he goes down in a blaze of glory?

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 months ago

I get your point, but the larger issue is that if he’s only a pretender, he will only let us down harder when it really matters.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Falcone – very well said. In that sense Tucker’s just like Trump/repukes. So many claim that accelerationism is ‘worse,’ that Trump buys us time. How? In what dimension? At least with the AOC/Kamala/Abrams crowd the hatred is open. As for moving people in the right direction, sure – they’ll insist they only dislike the small percent of criminal noggers, just like they only disapprove of illegal invaders. People will always justify their moral compromises. Always.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
3 months ago

None of us have the “time” we think we do. Our backs are against the wall and are going to be for another 25-50 years. The time is now. There is no tomorrow waiting for us when things MIGHT improve. Every day we have needs to be put to some good use. Trump is irrelevant

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

That’s why I wouldn’t wait too long on getting out of the city…

c matt
c matt
Reply to  3g4me
3 months ago

I am still not convinced Trump actually buys time. Seems things are pretty accelerated at the moment. A decent argument can be made that Sleepy Joe is just that – will lull things back to sleep to an extent, and that may actually buy more time.

Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 months ago

I was thinking the same thing. However, with his money, fame and clout, he could conceivably create a new and independent platform for his views where he wouldn’t have to worry about being Borked by the race traitors.

Post Haste
Post Haste
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

Creating independent platforms takes far more money than you realize, and there is no guarantee this tyrannical police state wouldn’t just shut it down or use its media assets to scare away financiers (or even deplatform it from the internet) even if do make one. He could go work for RT. If he changes his opinion on China (he should … they are NOT middle America’s enemy) he could go work for them and lead a government in exile.

Reply to  Post Haste
3 months ago

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. And particularly with everything he has going for him. Now obviously the platform wouldn’t be is bit as at Fox, but it would be big enough for him to maintain his influence.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

We need political organizations. Teams of lawyers, teams of lobbyists, teams of propagandists, and probably even teams of people willing to push the enemy around (secretly) that get in their way.
Alternate platforms and civil wars are things that require organizational power right now. And we have close to none.

Reply to  Mark Taylor
3 months ago

True. But we’ve got to start small and the sooner the better.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 months ago

He could burst forth in a blaze of glory AND stay on the air. We don’t know yet.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Dinothedoxie
3 months ago

“You go to war with the army you have, not the one you wished for.”

I tend to agree with you. Carlson is flawed, but he’s the only major media voice running counter to the death grip the Left has on the Megaphone.

Indispensable_Destiny
Member
3 months ago

If Tucker defends his writer, I may start watching the show. TV “news” is a no go zone to me.

Shrugger
Shrugger
3 months ago

I suppose one last, glorious, live segment where Carlson finally comes out on the JQ would be too much to ask.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  Shrugger
3 months ago

The censor would hit the ‘cut’ switch and jump to a miscegenationist commercial. Tucker would disappear into the black hole. “Nice family you got there, wouldn’t want to lose it.”

Clayton Barnett
3 months ago

If he cucks, they’ll tear him to pieces. His only option is to double-down or more.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Clayton Barnett
3 months ago

I kept searching for the blasphemies but I guess the most egregious are the ones Z mentions here. That’s it? An asian lasik joke, a black person quip?
It’s as if one was accused of making fun of retarded children with terminal cancer and calling for their evictions from hospitals.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Clayton Barnett
3 months ago

“Never apologize.” To apologize is to invite death. Tucker may understand this. May.

Federalist
Federalist
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

The crazy thing about this Tucker Carlson/Chadwick Moore clip is that they spent most of their time talking about what regular people should do if the Twitter cancel mob comes for them. Moore is essentially a professional gay Trump supporter. That’s nice if he said something blasphemous and didn’t apologize but thats not applicable to a regular guy whose job doesn’t involve writing a Breitbart column and appearing on Tucker Carlson’s show. Carlson said something about “going ballistic” with HR and not making it easy for them to fire you. How the hell is that supposed to work? After the… Read more »

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Federalist
3 months ago

Read “SJWs Always Lie,” by Vox Day. Whatever other problems Vox may have, the book is an excellent manual for answering your question.

Federalist
Federalist
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 months ago

What does he say?
I guess it does no good to apologize but a normal person has a lot to lose if he speaks out to begin with.

WOPR
WOPR
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 months ago

VoxDay isn’t wrong with his analysis. But, other than having your facts lined up and hitting back with counter charges, he pretty much admits you’re going to lose is HR is woke.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 months ago

Exactly right.

YT needs to understand that issuing an apology in good faith to people acting in bad faith only provides them with extra nails for YT’s public crucifixion.

JR55
JR55
3 months ago

Thank you for covering this story with the seriousness and the perspective it deserves. I’ve been reading autoadmit for more than 5 years and know the writer well. He was one of the most innocuous posters on the site and all the rhetoric attributed to Neff were threads made by other people that he simply commented in, usually with a benign joke. Tucker is going to get cancel cultured and thrown off the air, or fully neutered , before the election. It’s time for him to pick a side. He should spend the whole show bashing cancel culture, have his… Read more »

JR55
JR55
Reply to  JR55
3 months ago

posts like these zman reaffirm that my faith in your abilities is well placed. This is a minor story that most others aren’t going to cover, but it’s a super important one. The only thing I strongly disagree with you about is your support for Jeff sessions, who I consider a bumbling fool at best or a traitor at the level of Benedict Arnold at worst (and I lean toward the latter).

Sportsball Fan
Sportsball Fan
Reply to  JR55
3 months ago

A similar analogy could be made after DJT’s brain transplant, swapping Bannon’s for Jared’s.
Tucker will fold. Old money always does.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  JR55
3 months ago

Even the stuff they dug up and quoted in the article was innocous if you read it carefully. I kept thinking, this the worst they could come up with several years of anoymous posting?? I really hope that Neff goes gonzo, but we will see. I suspect that carlson will fold like a cheap suit. maybe he will surprise me.

Redpill Boomer
Redpill Boomer
Reply to  SidVic
3 months ago

It’s like the “racist” nonsense they dug up on Ron Paul. A couple lame jokes in his newsletter about the ability of black teenagers to run holding a stolen TV. The bureaucrats in the so-called Libertarian Party were horrified, of course. Disgusting.

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  JR55
3 months ago

I’ve heard Tucker interviewed enough to know he has a brain of his own. Now we are going to find out if he has balls.

Trapped On Clown World
Trapped On Clown World
3 months ago

If it turns out Tucker is just another fraud selling to a niche then I think many people will be depressed. It would really mean that we’re alone.
Maybe it’s a good thing, maybe too many are using the existence of Tucker as some sort of comfort blanket, similar to what people did with Trump before he proved that he was nothing more than a carnival barker.
I can’t be the only person who is in awe of how unanimous our societies leadership is.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  Trapped On Clown World
3 months ago

You’re not, I’m in awe. I’m also in awe of how quickly white people fell in line after the virus, George Floyd, etc. it’s really shocking. It used to be really hard to shock me but this year it’s just been one after another. And there are still six months to go. With an election. My head’s going to explode by 2021

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

Don’t blow up yet, wait till they bring out special jails for whites, black guards only.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

My prediction is the future is going to be far weirder than any of us can imagine. I mean who would have predicted eveyone running around wearing face diapers a few months ago??

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

I can see whites getting conscripted to become slaves for a few years otherwise they can’t get hired or buy food. Pedophiles marrying kids, all sorts of lovely stuff.

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

I think you have got it exactly correct. They’ll implement a mandatory civil service program for non-elite white youngsters (they’ll appropriate the “pioneers” in combination with “legacy”) as a peace corps but more indoctrinated. You’ll need the honorable discharge marker on your social credit scorecard that follows you around everywhere. Depending on whom you connect with, sexually of course and otherwise, while doing your hitch will enable your later placement within society. All in service to your (((betters))) whose tikun olam and summers in Israel will exempt them from national service.

BadThinker
BadThinker
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
3 months ago

They’ll call it “National Service”.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

They will have to enslave White and Asian men if the military hopes to keep all the fancy vehicles, weapons, and most importantly, nukes functioning.

The reason Trump brought up live nuke testing is that there are many signs and questions about the viability of the US’ nuclear arsenal, which is what truly guarantees the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 months ago

With the exception of North Korea, what other nuke capable country is testing their nukes. Those nukes being as old as ours? They know something we don’t.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 months ago

I agree

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 months ago

The issues seems to be a lack of new tritium supplies, a substance which has a half life of about 12 years.
We shut down our last plant in 2013 and I’d guess the knowledge base required to make a new one will be gone from the US pretty soon as Gen X and the younger Boomers pull the plug.
If defense news is correct, within a decade and change the US may no longer be a nuclear power,
https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/commentary/2017/03/06/commentary-the-looming-crisis-for-us-tritium-production/

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  abprosper
3 months ago

Where is tritium mined?

Is that the other half of the Afghan sandwich?

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 months ago

Its a rare isotope of hydrogen and mostly manufactured in nuclear reactors.
We can and do of course salvage and recycle the stuff but essentially every 12 years our supply drops by around half.
We stopped being able to resupply around seven years ago and if the article is correct we will have very little or none remaining by the 2030’s
I’m not as sure how much we get from imports from allies, I’m not in the loop but I think we used to get some from Canada but no more.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 months ago

Tritium is made in reactors set up for production of such material. The last two are in GB and slated to be retired in a couple years.

Dorkwad
Dorkwad
Reply to  abprosper
3 months ago

We have a known tritium reserve and also obtain tritium from foreign sources. While tritium decays by half every 12.5 years, if you possess enough then although the stockpile halves you still are able to resupply for an easily predicted time remaining. (unless you have an accident and then right now we would need to cannibalize other warheads to buy time and build production)   US nuclear weapons are designed not to work unless a very precise distribution of neutrons is present in the first stage core at a set time. This is a safety consideration give the near tragedies… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Dorkwad
3 months ago

Thanks for this. According to the article, the ability to replace the tritium will probably end by 2035 or so. That is 15 years from now.
That of course assumes other problems aren’t forthcoming or a genocidal civil war doesn’t break out which is a mid probability event right now.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  abprosper
3 months ago

Tritium is currently being reprocessed from older retired nukes. This of course is sub-optimal. In the meantime, they pursue substitutes and possibly a new technique to make tritium. Tritium is an exciter which increases yield. What we have now are dial a yield nukes. You have a bomb that for example can be set to yield a few hundred kilotons to a megaton and a half or so. However, the first nukes did not use exciters like tritium. My suspicion is that if all else fails, we still can produce such weapons. We have tremendous stock piles of fissionable material… Read more »

General Electric, Leader Of reVolts
General Electric, Leader Of reVolts
Reply to  Compsci
3 months ago

You have a bomb that for example can be set to yield a few hundred kilotons to a megaton and a half or so.   Actually, we did away with anything approaching a megaton and, with supplementation, our largest warhead today can achieve 300 kt provided all goes well. If the lowest yield is selected, aside from the new B61, it’s about 4k yield no typo. The first stage is smaller than a bowling ball with the casing and works like a powerful torch inter alia on the larger secondary sparking a geometrically greater number of particles, pressure and torch… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Compsci
3 months ago

Maybe but clown world under the rioters leadership may not be able to produce food much less complex goods.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

News watching will be mandatory

and don’t forget you have to kiss negro feet

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

I’ve been wild-eyed for about a year now. My hope is that everybody get’s their bearingsand settles into the task of rollng this back.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  SidVic
3 months ago

There’s no rolling back. There is a break. A break from the past. You want to roll back to the world that brought us here. That doesn’t make any sense

ChicagoRodent
ChicagoRodent
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

As William Saroyan wrote, you can never go home again. That time is past.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  ChicagoRodent
3 months ago

“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.”

Hartley

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

we will have to find inspiration from whites from another era

We will have to totally ditch the white era of the past 100 years

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

Correct. Its time to build something new.
Excuse me for sounding like a Lefty but guys its 2020 and we have an entirely new society and new tech base.
Be here now.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

“Blackguard:” now there’s an obscure, 500-year-old English word that except for Monty Python, I’d probably never have heard. And its definition?
“a person, particularly a man, who behaves in a dishonorable or contemptible way.”
Sounds like your modern usage of it is perfect 🙂

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

I’m also awed.

The global coordination behind Coronahoax and the vast majority of people falling for it is a million times more terrifying than the virus.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 months ago

The disease is real, its effects nasty though not as nasty as the powers that be want us to think at least for healthy White people. However our response is kind of logical for a dying society, People accustomed to comfort, in a society with no future, few kids and an old population are prone to react in mortal terror to something that kills people. Something to consider, sans demographic momentum or immigration, any person who does is population decline forever. They cannot be replaced and this terrifies our leaders who are facing a destabilizing society and probably total economic… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

I think I’ve got an inkling of the ‘next’ crisis – they’ve been moving toward eliminating ‘germy’ cash for years now, but today, when I attempted to pay cash for groceries, I was instructed to read a notice. Supposed federal shortage of coinage means that if you pay cash it’s rounded up to the next dollar and the balance is put on your store discount card. And, if you try to get cash on a debit card purchase, there is now a fee. Even I, an accelerationist, am shocked at just how fast things are moving.

Whitney
Member
Reply to  3g4me
3 months ago

Yeah that is disturbing. How long is it going to be before they say cash is obsolete you have a month to get it to the bank

Lurker
Lurker
3 months ago

J. F. Gariepy takes down Charles Murray in his recent podcast “ The Murray Fallacy “   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIUfaOas3Xo Gariepy tweeted to Murray his critique that, abandoning the word ‘race’ was “ an unnecessary concession “ by Murray, to the Left.  Murray’s response was: ” Rubbish. The word “race” _has_ become so loaded with ideological baggage that another word–population–is preferable when discussing genetics. Not to mention the substantive problems. You still think “Caucasian” is a useful category in the genomic era?” https://twitter.com/charlesmurray/status/1281688426761392128 In the podcast he calls out Murray for his cuckery and explains in detail why we should not be… Read more »

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Lurker
3 months ago

Gareipy is a weirdo. I haven’t been following Murray closely so maybe he has gone full cuck. I am loath to throw him overboard. His research and academicain bona fides puts him head and sholders over the cucks at NR. I will be very surprised, and concerned, if he disavows his lifes work.

Lurker
Lurker
Reply to  SidVic
3 months ago

It’s the message and not the messenger. The ‘weirdo’ would no doubt point out that an Ad hominem does not discount his argument. With regard to giving up the word ‘race‘ to the Left, so that they can all now say that; ‘race‘ is an outdated concept that even the nazi scientist Charles Murray, has replaced with the more innocuous ‘populations‘.  Please allow me to draw your attention to a personal bugbear of mine regarding the use of the word gender, which is a battle the Anglos may well have lost.   In French, only a retard would use use… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Lurker
3 months ago

Even most on the DR will casually use “gender” instead of sex. I would suggest that we begin pushing back with this (use “sex”, not “gender”). I’ve been trying to myself where I can. We probably can’t reclaim all the old terms though. Murray’s critique of the old racial terms is valid, as we know a lot more about human origins and races from genomic studies than when terms like “Caucasian” were first used. This actually offers an opening for us. All you would really need would be a few race aware geneticists or anthropologists with courage to coin new… Read more »

Lurker
Lurker
Reply to  pozymandias
3 months ago

In 1994 the Political Scientist Charles Murray served as the gentile frontman for the Psychologist and bacon dodger, Richard J Hernstein, with whom he ‘co-authored‘ a book to explain to the stupid goyim that, the reason that god’s darlings own and control most everything is because they’re overrepresented in “the cognitive elite”.  On jew intelligence please see Vox Day’s article “ The myth of Jewish Intelligence “. http://voxday.blogspot.com/2018/04/the-myth-of-jewish-intelligence.html To which I would add, that even if the chinamen and nosebergs are smarter then us – and they are not – we still have the licence to pursue self-determination in the… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Lurker
3 months ago

Very good points, Lurker. I love the term bacon-dodger too😁. Gotta add that one to the dictionary.

TomA
TomA
3 months ago

The real value of anecdotes like this is that it’s evidence that we’ve entered the fast-change phase of sociopolitical collapse. Tyranny is rapidly on the rise, becoming institutionalized, and the normal mechanisms of self-correction are not only absent, but being proactively eliminated in advance. That is not an accident, it is strategic and tactical intent by the incipient tyrants. The war is already hot, it’s just that the fire is currently hidden in the smoke. Act accordingly. Don’t be in a city. Summer heat will bring much more mayhem and destruction.

CAPT S
CAPT S
3 months ago

I get the notion of choosing sides, I just happen to think our conflict has more than two. I’m not sure what our purity test looks like but I tend to think Tucker’s pulpit (mansions notwithstanding) brings more allies to our side than any other, including Trump. I don’t begrudge Tucker’s success and don’t know if his lead-writer’s character is worthy of defense. I’m not even a Tucker apologist (I’ve only read a few of his monologues) but sense that he’s closer to our side than the Marxist rabble he mocks.. Maybe this post is setting us up for the… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  CAPT S
3 months ago

I don’t want to come off as aggressively rude, but I will be succinct. How many sides can there be? I mean you either join the negro and Antifa mobs or you don’t.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Understandable response. For simplicity then, let’s go ahead and agree to two sides, Side A and Side B. Side A may be divided into constituent parts, e.g. A1, A2, A3, etc. For simplicity let’s call everyone on this site a perfect A1. Does that make A3 my enemy? Is A4 on the side of Antifa because he buys Starbucks coffee or watches the NFL? Or to answer your question … if Tucker goes along with the firing of his head writer, does that mean he’s joined the Antifa mob? Would you agree that nuance is important? Might we have impure… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  CAPT S
3 months ago

I get that, but my sense is that there are only two sides. Yes, there may be derivations of a theme, or subsets within a side, but at the end of the day either your gun is pointed at Us or at Them There are many reasons people are on this side, or subsets. There are lovers of western civilization and culture, there are tradesman fearing losing their jobs to illegals, there are Christians who don’t want to see the churches in flames, there are guys who are sick over the loss of basic due process. And there is always… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

I’d like to upvote and amplify what you and CAPT S said and also point out that a lot of these seeming contradictions arise from our failure, as people who can live only in one moment at a time, to consider that revolutions happen in space and time. In physics you can draw a particle’s “worldline” and it can sometimes clarify problems in relativity or particle physics. This is usually drawn with space on the x-axis and time on the Y. Since we can’t really draw 4D graphs the convention is to collapse all of 3D space to that one… Read more »

Whitney
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
3 months ago

Have you noticed that splitting hairs is a white man problem?

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

Yeah, that’s basically true, but that is our nature. I realize the blacks do not have the problem. But should we become like them to defeat them? Maybe we have to as much as it stinks, just for the time being. That mens we beat them at their own game, and it will totally demoralize them. Then we can go back to being complicated white people

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

This “complicated white people’ issue is simply due to too much wealth. We didn’t used to be this complicated until we could afford to be. This too will change.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

atheists do the same to christians, they throw new testament quotes at me, to make me feel guilty about not having liberal views, in their small minds they believe they expose my hypocrisy & bigotry, they literally think their pathetic mind games prove anything.
Liberals are demented humans halfway to hell, their words should not be debated, listened or contemplated.
Just troll them, I tell them to organize gay parades in Afghanistan if they think christians are bad.

FrenchRoyalist
FrenchRoyalist
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

Christians are bad to authorize gay parades
(I’m not in the bedroom-cop policy, everyone should fuck as they like, I’m just against any “right” in favor of minorities. Homosex should be discret as it was during thousands of years)

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

Its a civilized man problem. Giving up civilzation and all its bullshit restrictions is how we win but its a comfy cage and no one wants to go from what we have to a new dark age.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

It’s part/parcel of having an above 80 IQ. There’s a place for simplicity but much of the real world is complex … that’s why books on ethics are 1000-page tomes.

My Comment
Member
Reply to  Whitney
3 months ago

Splitting hairs, placing abstract values over self interest, compassion for competing tribes and fairness are all white problems and only white

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

Depends how polarized things get and/or how how hair-splitting we wish to be. For example, in Jim Crow times, there clearly were successful, responsible Blacks, as there are today. But when segregation was mandated, the better blacks acted as a stabilizer to the all-black community. This of course has been mostly absent since 1960s at least. What relevance does this have? Now imagine a scenario where there is an actual movement towards racial separation. Such conservative Blacks (call them “Uncle Toms” — their own people sure will calling them that or worse.) would at once be our storngest “allies”, in… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
3 months ago

This is almost certainly how it has to be. I’ve said here before that I think this will come down to a triangular configuration of black, white, and hispanic nationalists working together to defeat the parasite/globalist faction. It will be a bit confusing because some whites, (((whites))), blacks, and hispanics, will be nationalists while others fall in with the parasitic globalist elite. The various nationalist groups also would actually have some common values. Some of the mythical black and hispanic Republicans are actually not that mythical. Think of Colion Noir. Note that I’m not saying that these guys are more… Read more »

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  pozymandias
3 months ago

Great responses from you and Ben.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  CAPT S
3 months ago

I prefer a different analogy to the two-sides paradigm. We are evolving into two distinct sub-species, one that is inherently productive by nature (old school evolution) and another that devolved into acquired parasitism. The former thrives in an environment emphasizing freedom, and the latter can only survive in an environment of authoritarianism.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

If only we could become separate species. At the least, that would solve the issues of interbreeding. Unfortunately deriving a new species takes at least a few million years. I don’t think we have that long 🙁

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  TomA
3 months ago

Dutton recently divided/described the current population into two groups; those who 200 years ago would be considered normal and representative of the Darwinian concept of “fittest” and those (only now living) whom Woodley has described as spiteful mutants—those of the species that would not have survived without the modern welfare state providing protection and support for them. Dutton further states in essence that this group of people by and large suffer from genetic mutation load that 200 years ago was naturally selected out of the population, but alas has been allowed to populate and expand within the normal society. OK,… Read more »

Milestone D
Milestone D
Reply to  CAPT S
3 months ago

I will find Tucker’s inevitable disavowal of this guy discouraging, but I can’t think that Tucker saying “F you!” and resigning will produce a better result for our side of the great divide. The quote about “Hypocrisy is a tribute vice pays to virtue” comes to mind here. And we have to be continuously aware that Lefty wields a very powerful weapon … virtually no one can withstand the R-word allegation, so until the time that such an allegation isn’t the reputation equivalent of a nuclear weapon, I don’t see how our side can afford to be so cavalier in how and… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Milestone D
3 months ago

Double edged sword

if Tucker becomes the standard bearer for our side, he can also completely undermine our side should he choose. Say he wakes up one day and starts crying to the camera about how wrong he’s been. Or whatever.

at that point, all the white guy fence sitters are back on the other side and are laughing at Tucker and us. “Why did I ever take you guys seriously lol. Your guy there is crying on tv What losers Going to watch a football game now Bye”

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Great point.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

First thing I learned here in the group is that there are no “supermen”. I appreciate the guidance all my mentors have provided me along my journey—but alas I’ve yet to find one that (at this point in time) has lead me to my final destination.

In short, when they no longer know the path, I seek others further along the way to that destination to guide me.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Milestone D
3 months ago

Good point. I’ve never been in a position to wield such authority, nor would I want to be, but it’s a grim fact that in military and other high-risk matters, sometimes you must balance sacrificing one to save ten, or ten to save a hundred, etc. It sucks to have to choose “slightly less damned” but sometimes it is a forced move. Add to this those who sit in your judgment after the fact, looking for the tiniest flaw so they can flay you to signal their own virtue, and you just add to the mental burden certain leaders must… Read more »

Mark Stoval
Mark Stoval
3 months ago

In the end, this revolution will end up where all revolutions end. Everyone will be forced to choose sides and give over their life to the cause they choose. The people living in mansions will find the choice easy. Every day they are reminded of how well the revolution is treating them. Far too many whites are short sighted and ill informed on how to analyze situations. Real economics teaches how to think and you don’t need a lot of numbers for that. (that is fiance) Henry Hazlitt: The art of economics consists in looking not merely at the immediate… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Mark Stoval
3 months ago

Mark it. In the end, blacks will be slaughtered at the hands of Hispanics, who will get their marching orders from the Judeo-Bolsheviks who work for the Cloud People.

Sides are becoming clearer even for the more obtuse and obstinate now.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 months ago

True, if whites stop being a threat, the leftists are done with blacks, they’ll have no allies.

Falcone
Falcone
3 months ago

well stated, Zman

my opinion of Tucker mirrors your own. I always thought that he’s just a debate club preppie. He’s not the guy you want in the trenches next to you when bullets are flying

Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Combat soliders and rhetoriticians are very different things. We need both.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

I think we have enough theoreticians between Zman and some of the guys being championed at CounterCurrents

All the new sign-ups and recruits need to join the enlisted ranks

The top positions are essentially filled

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

What? Naive. Even Lincoln had to work his way through several generals. Greg Johnson is many things but not a general. On one hand, you fight with the army you have, but it is still early and talent will come along. I submit we don’t know who the leading figures will be 5 yrs out. Just think back 5 yrs ago? how many have maintained a modicum of respectability?

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

With all due respect to Zman, he of the smooth voice and quick wit; Tucker has a bigger platform/wider reach from his perch at Fox. No man is perfect, so if he fails to defend his writer for selfish reasons that moral lapse would be regrettable. Still, Tucker is a modern Cicero; and I’d prefer not to see his hands nailed up in the Forum. Martyrdom in an age of unbelief is a false witness of anything but futility.

Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

As of right now if we have soldiers on our side they are doing nothing. If we double the people doing nothing I don’t see what changes.

Exile
Exile
3 months ago

Civnats like Tucker may not be interested in White identity but non-Whites are. Whites can choose to stand together on racial grounds or take a knee as demanded by non-Whites on racial grounds. As recent cucks and Karens have discovered, “we’re on your side” and “I have a black husband” are not enough. Those who kneel choose dhimmitude and the jizya, second-class status and the “infidel tax.” Throughout the last 20 years of Zionist wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Americans and Euros declared they would rather die than submit to such humiliation and servitude at the hands of Muslims. But… Read more »

Eric
Eric
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

Great post. Very perceptive. Thanks.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

Wow. Beyond words. Bravo.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

Sometimes I feel like it’s no coincidence that sheep are white since so many YTs model their behavior on them.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

Exile – Your usual excellent prose. I understand those who warn of ‘purity spiraling,’ but I don’t think they understand that all those subgroups are only in White minds. As simplistic as it sounds, your skin color is your uniform. Trying to claim as allies people who will betray you in a heartbeat (even as their own skin color will tag them for execution) is not a solid strategy. The special people who wield the megaphone know the skin color issue is a double edged sword but are betting they can escape it. I dearly hope they are dead wrong.

GetBackUp
GetBackUp
Reply to  Exile
3 months ago

You nailed it. “Whites can choose to stand together on racial grounds or take a knee as demanded by non-Whites on racial grounds.” The Ideological and Theological are now secondary concerns. The confederacy of “Others” wants “Us” enslaved and/or dead for reasons that are Primal and Biological. Our response will prove, or disprove, our right to exist. Pray that we do honor to our ancestral legacy.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
3 months ago

Hyperbole, the inflated language and imagery of advertising to which we have been conditioned for decades, is now the only acceptable form of public discourse. No one has to think. The middle school magic words and the non-stop visual examples of beautiful people performing sanctioned acts are expected to fill in all of the moral weight needed to make a point or to buy the product. Carlson will risk very little to save the help. He will say enough to maybe save himself. However he does it he will first accept most of the moral landscape of the anti-whites and he… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Yves Vannes
3 months ago

Yep, everyone sounds like.a Jew attorney. Everything is horrific, and obscene, and I am deeply troubled, and I am outraged, and it’s reprehensible. Blah blah blah

why I never liked Steven Miller. He uses those same over the top words, and in turn his immigration platform never had any heartfelt qualities that would give them power to move people. Just artificiality and hyperbole

Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Whites haven’t always been sheep. We used to be independent-minded and downright rebellious. This drone-like docility is something very unusual if not unprecedented.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

The elites put a lot of effort into ruining european people, have to give them credit, they had demonic help though.

Lurker
Lurker
3 months ago

Re. “ Everyone will have to be as loyal to his side as Tucker is to his side.” 

There was an historic European organization that used the word loyalty in its motto. 
 
“Meine Ehre heißt Treue “, translates as “ My Honour is Loyalty “ and is now proscribed in a number of European countries. 

imnobody00
imnobody00
3 months ago

Full disclaimer: I am not American nor I live in the US nor my English is perfect, but I know Carlson well. I don’t see any advantage of Carlson resigning. He is super-wealthy, he is not as brave as we would like, he doesn’t go far enough, he has friends in the Left, he may be a hypocrite. However, he still says things that nobody else says and he reaches much more people that all the blogs of the dissident right together. He reaches the normies. The best is enemy of the good. If we had 10 TV anchors saying… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  imnobody00
3 months ago

Points well taken, but what is of utmost importance is this:

if Tucker stays on and continues to articulate the “alternative” position, builds it up, he also can then have the power to tear it down and totally delegitimize it.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Tucker isn’t the alternate position. He is the mainstream one from a few decades ago.
This is necessary as a gateway to Our Thing which is a lot rougher or at least needs to be.

NJ Person
NJ Person
Reply to  imnobody00
3 months ago

I largely agree with imnobody00. I do not have a TV, so therefore I have little exposure to Tucker Carlson and thus these views perhaps should be taken with a grain of salt. People with views outside of the those of the ruling classes need to be realistic and not look for purity in words and actions. So a useful so-called “cuck” (Carlson?) should be supported. We are in such trouble right now that even Noam Chomsky looks better than the Fortune 500 CEOs. From a brief look at the charge sheet of the Carlson’s writer (Neff), it seems that his offences… Read more »

c matt
c matt
Reply to  NJ Person
3 months ago

If I were Tucker I might be tempted to start my show with a strong reprimand of Neff’s actions. But – I would read off several of the latest anti-white rants by NYT columnists, etc., replacing the references to White with black as thought they were Neff’s. After the third quote, i would stop, look confused (as though someone handed me the wrong script) and then -reread them in original form, identifying the original source/speaker. Then “By comparison, this is what Neff said: . . . ” He can then say “I think all those statements are bad (blah blah… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  imnobody00
3 months ago

“No enemies to the Left” is a “grass is always greener” myth that can lead to bad decisions on our part. The main reason why the Left gets what it wants and the Right doesn’t is that the legitimate right does not have its hands on the levers of power. Its alleged “representation” is entirely controlled and co-opted. We have no institutional influence, as Neff’s firing demonstrates. Lefties have plenty of internal disagreements but the kosher sandwich crowd has its hands on the levers and the bottlenecks. Nothing quells internal dissent like power. History teaches time and again that moderates,… Read more »

Member
Reply to  imnobody00
3 months ago

In my other post about Tucker I was going to add a line about how we would need there to be other voices in the mainstream like Tucker’s before we could advise him to do anything suicidal. Indeed this may be just a trap his bosses are setting for him to see if he takes the bait. Oddly enough, while defending even seemingly innocuous racial humor is probably still outside of what is appropriate at the moment, there are other DR ideas that it might be time to start talking about or hinting at. One obvious such idea would be… Read more »

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
3 months ago

Tucker is an edgy cuck. His tokenism has always been a dead giveway, that and his crowing about MLK. As glad as I am to have Tucker (he is the best person on TV), his old bow tie is being worn under his shirt as a choker collar. Tucker should have refused to accept his resignation. Does he think his enemies are just acting like they hate him and calling for his job by calling him a white supremacist as an ongoing joke? He did this while publicly denouncing cancel culture. Nothing exposes a cuck like the subject of race.… Read more »

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

“Tucker should have refused to accept his resignation.” You don’t know that he did. Waiting is necessary.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 months ago

He already accepted the resignation. The whole story is not about his wrong-think, it is about parading the scalp they already got.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

Not true, tarstarkas. Fox News has “accepted the resignation” but Tucker has yet to say anything about it. From the triumphant tone of the SJW’s at Fox News saying that “Tucker will address it on his show” on Monday…I’m worried. As I have said, this is Tucker’s moment, for good or for ill. He can rise to the occasion in glory, or blow it all ignominiously.;

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

Well said, tars. I don’t care if many Mexicans are ‘nice people,’ or your childhood buddy Jatevon worked hard in school, or that Asians are purportedly law abiding. Champion your own, period. Help your own, not just first, but last and always. You want to be a man of principles who judges individuals based on character, fine, but in the end you’ll have helped those who won’t lift a finger when the mob comes for you.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  3g4me
3 months ago

The time to ask “what about my based Black friend” or other NAXALTs is after Whites have full sovereignty and power to decide racial policy again, not before.

How many people on the Left go out of their way to remind their side “Not all Whites..?”

Cucking is a much bigger concern for the Right than purity-spiraling. Give me a truly committed minority of Whites over a tepid big-tent majority.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
3 months ago

It is not black and white.

Tucker gets the ratings he does, from the people he does. They will not take kindly to cuckservatism. The other portion of his audience are those that love to hate him. If he cucks to them, their battle is won and they will tune out and search for other witches to burn.
I’ve tuned out of the mass media so whatever they do will be of very little consequence to me. I will say what I want, hate who I want, and read what I want.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Glenfilthie
3 months ago

Will Tuck Cuck?

if he does, the jokes write themselves

my bet is he cucks 75% and is ambiguous about it enough that he leaves enough meat on the bone to satisfy his conservative audience

whatever the case, FNC has hired some very very expensive publicists to help Tucker thread the needle with just the right amount of X and Y

sentry
sentry
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

Oh, he’ll cuck.
He doesn’t exude manliness, nor that neo-nazi craziness.
He looks like someone who backs down from violence, these types usually play it safe. He’s like an edgy liberal, I hate edgy softbois.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  sentry
3 months ago

Wasn’t there some thing with him in a restaurant where he started whining about a guy harassing him?

iIRC he was 75% whining and 25% showing some balls

Gemma
Gemma
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

A bar patron deliberately but indirectly attacked Tucker by ripping on Tucker’s daughter and Tucker decked the dude. Tucker apologized and as it is with a certain social class the apology was accepted. Supposedly.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Gemma
3 months ago

Sounds like one of those “based Trump” myths going around in 2015: “Trump sent my dying grandma a check for her cancer surgery and said to keep it anonymous.”

It’s a trick as old as politics – I even retweeted some of those in my Orange Kush stupor back then.

Reply to  Glenfilthie
3 months ago

It very much sounds as if this is Fox’s plot to rid themselves of Carlson. We’ve always wondered how long they will tolerate him. Now we know.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

That’s a cope. Tucker is a true believer. Virtually everything he says is in line with true believing cuckservatives. I have taken flak right here on this comment section for pointing out Tucker’s tokenism problem. You don’t need to trot out a token to talk about something truthfully and without resorting to vulgarity. If you want to talk about black crime, you don’t bring out a black to say what you want to say so you can hide behind him and say “he’s the one who said it, not me! Go get him!” Tucker does this with every group. If… Read more »

Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

That doesn’t negate my point. What I’m saying is that Carlson has two choices. He could tell Fox to blow it out their ass and resign, or he could recant his heretical views, apologize tearfully, and continue working at Fox as an emasculated cuck. Either way, Fox gets what it wants and the real Carlson, warts included, is gone.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 months ago

They’d be nuts to get rid of him. He’s a money maker. The trick will be in retaining him and his audience. Consider: from a marketing perspective Tuck is the only guy in the game. Cuck him out… and any brand loyalty he has is gone. Worse, Fox becomes just another “me too” network. (“Me Too” does not mean in the marketing world what it does in Hollywood; a “me too” product is one that every other competitor has. If you want to be a politically correct pozzed SJW network… you instantly fall behind 6 or 8 other networks that… Read more »

Reply to  Glenfilthie
3 months ago

Alas, as I always say, the AWRs, those at Fox included, put ideology before profit. It is one of their greatest strengths. Fox may well accept a hit in the pocketbook if it means obtaining a much greater measure of ideological purity.

ronehjr
ronehjr
Reply to  Glenfilthie
3 months ago

What makes money is advertisers, who have mostly bailed on Tucker except for old people products. Which should tell you the direction this country has gone, and will continue to go in the foreseeable future.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
3 months ago

The so-called journalist who searched through all those years of posts by Neff was himself publishing similar things as recently as 2018 when he was a campus Republican. He looks like a Paki to me, but I’m not sure what mystery meat he is. So, of course, all of his postings are swept under the rug. He is one of the “good” people because he is not a white American. It’s disgusting on many levels.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

they Use foreigners as mercenaries against whites

Exile
Exile
Reply to  thezman
3 months ago

Karl Rove certainly thinks so – and so do his rent-boys.

Cancel Culture
Cancel Culture
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

In the American context at least, the reality is that the right invented cancel culture, the left merely co-opted it. The American left only started dabbling in purges in the 1990s and it didn’t really take off exponentially until Obama, but the America right, thanks to the tutorship of Buckley and others before him, has been conducting brutal purges since the 1950s and 60s.

Reply to  Cancel Culture
3 months ago

Actually, the Left created the House Unamerican Activities Committee in the 30s to persecute supposed Nazis in America. In the 50s, Joe McCarthy and friends used HUAC to go after Commies.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Cancel Culture
3 months ago

That is a very good point. But one major difference was that the cucked right usually only did that to swamp creatures. They were not targeting randos. Also, the left’s cancel culture goes back way further than the Obama years. Leftists showing up and starting violence when right wingers tried getting together somewhere has been going on since at least the 80s. Much of the 60s stuff was that. Keep in mind that every video you have ever seen and every picture you have ever seen in terms of race relations, for example, is from the mainstream press. In 50… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 months ago

He’s actually a really dark-skinned, fugly Persian with the supposed name of “Oliver Darcy.” Previous campus repuke, now a CNN employed doxxer. https://dailystormer.su/cnn-journalist-who-doxed-tucker-carlsons-writer-is-a-persian-dissident-targeting-war-critics/

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  3g4me
3 months ago

I have to agree with them that Mr Obvious is complete crap. I’m actually subbed to him because he does find some pretty good or funny stories, but he is also a self-professed “centrist” (obviously a cuck) who finds a way to screw up everything.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
3 months ago

What I’d like to see is Carlson resign on air, then go work for One America News network.
https://www.youtube.com/c/oann/featured

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 months ago

seems to be some cross-fertilization between Tucker and OANN. Example, a girl from OANN, Stephanie Hamil, is now at Tucker’s Daily Caller

So not impossible that Tucker would jump ship, but my personal hunch is the he lacks the fortitude to take a stand of that caliber

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

“…but my personal hunch is the he lacks the fortitude to take a stand of that caliber.”

Your probably right. As fun as it would be to see him pound the desk and scream, ” Death to the communist filth ! ” ” Death to the hypocrit scum strangling free speech ! ” ” To hell with you all ! ” “I’m out of here ! ” I’m sure that’s not going to happen.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 months ago

I think Tucker has a little more guts than Hannity but not much lol

Hannity. He is such a tool

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Falcone
3 months ago

The following summarizes Hannity, and is why I stopped watching him. Hannity actually did an admirable job of allowing onto this show various people who exposed the failed coup attempt against Trump. It is damned well probable Fox and the rest of Conservatism, Inc., wanted him skinned alive for revealing to the public the depths to which the Deep State has plunged. Yet when it comes time for Congress to reauthorize domestic surveillance on citizens, what does Hannity do? Endorses renewing these “tools to fight terror.” The cucking idiot had spent years showing how these procedures had been exploited to… Read more »

SamlAdams
SamlAdams
3 months ago

Let’s see what happens. Had Kurtz streaming in the office a few minutes ago. He is pushing the Fox Corp line that this Neff guy was apparently the resurrection of Hitler–so sounds like that is the line Carlson is expected to toe. But, being “behind the lines” it is a tough slog. Your life is unbelievably compartmentalized.