Our House Of Cards

Adolf Hitler once said, “There is nothing new under the sun. There are just new ways of expressing the same ideas.” There is some truth to this, which is why we have so many ways of saying that history repeats itself. At least we like to think it repeats itself, as that’s a comforting thought. It means the answers to today’s problems, no matter how vexing, exist in the past. All we have to do is rummage around in the past for a similar time and take a look at the solutions from that period.

There are exceptions. The French Revolution is one of those novel happenings that had no precedent in the known past. The Bolshevik Revolution looked a bit like the French Revolution, but turned out to be something different, mostly because the Bolsheviks were students of the French Revolution. Sometimes things are different enough to be treated as totally new. We may be experiencing one of those times where the conditions are unique enough to feel as if there is no precedent.

Older pundits are fond of comparing the current cultural revolution to the cultural revolution of the 1960’s and 1970’s. They make the comparison because they were around for the first one and they go in for nostalgia. They also see that the people cheering it on in the halls of power are often people who participated in the cultural revolution of the past. You can be sure that many oldsters on the Left think what is happening today confirms their forever youth.

There are some big differences though. For one, the rebels of the past were actually rebelling against something. They did not have unlimited corporate and institutional support. The cops were told to beat the crap out of the rioters in the 1960’s by the political class, both Democrat and Republican. Today, the political class, both Democrat and Republican, is on the side of the rioters. We saw that in New York, Washington and now Portland and Seattle.

There’s also the fact that the rebels of the past had an agenda. It may have been childish and silly, in a college sophomore sort of way, but it was an agenda they could talk about in public. They wanted more personal freedom. They wanted the war in Vietnam to end. They wanted public aid for poor people and blacks. The current rebels talk about nonsense like social justice and privilege. All they can muster is pointless slogans they heard on-line.

A couple generations ago, the Silent Majority could look at the situation and imagine an end game. For example, they could connect ending the Vietnam War with ending the anti-war protests. That meant voting for Nixon in 1968. They could see a connection between loosening social mores and clearing the streets of hippies. On the other hand, they could imagine law and order politicians instructing the cops to clear the streets of the hippies and protesting students too.

Today, there is no silent majority. The great demographic changes that have been wrought by those ascendant rebels of the 1960’s has reduced the white population to about 60% now. About 20% of that population is on the side of the rioters, just as long as they stay away from their mansions. Some portion has walked away from politics entirely, due to the aforementioned changes wrought by the rebels. The Silent Majority is just a bitter minority now.

That’s an aspect to this that gets little attention and makes this very different from the cultural revolution of the 1960’s. The geezers cheering their grandchildren burning Starbucks keep expecting the jackboots of the Silent Majority to show up like they did the last time, but those jackboots are now on golf courses in Boca. No matter how much they provoke their imaginary enemy, there is no response. This reboot of the 1960’s is missing the thing that made it possible, that Silent Majority.

Another novel item is that the now silent minority has nowhere to turn for the solution to this cultural revolution. What is it that they can give to the people burning and looting the cities to make them go home? How does one answer the call for social justice or the end of systemic racism? What would those things look like? These chants and incantations have no practical meaning. They are moral signifiers borrowed from the grievance studies programs on the college campus.

More important, there is no electoral option either. The Democrat party is actively cheering on this lunacy. Joe Biden is running an extortion campaign, where a vote for him means an end to the violence and Covid lock downs. How realistic is that when his party is cheering for the mayhem, promising to take it to a new level after they win the final election. It is not hyperbole to say that a Democrat sweep in November means the end of elections. What would be the point?

Of course, the Republicans are revealing themselves to be entirely bankrupt. Their response to the unrest is nothing. They are too busy crafting yet another giveaway to their corporate paymasters. Trump is nowhere to be found. He occasionally tweets something stupid, but otherwise he looks like a beaten man. In fairness, he is a beaten man, beaten by a political class that is corrupt beyond reform. For that silent minority, there is no political option to end the current madness.

This is a novel problem for Americans. If you are a white person in a place like Seattle, what are your options? If you abide by the law, you have your property destroyed and possibly your life threatened. People are being shot in their cars now as they try to go about their business. Gun sales are booming, but the people buying the guns imagine themselves defending their life and property within a system of laws. What happens when they realize there is no system of laws?

If you read about the deliberations of the decision-makers in the 1960’s and 1970’s, the thing that stands out is their sober mindedness. They were very worried that America was on the cusp of social collapse. The decision makers of today, that means political and corporate leaders, seem to think American society is an indestructible object they can abuse without consequence. They are carrying on like reckless children, incapable of imagining any consequences to their behavior.

Social collapse comes when the majority stops accepting the legitimacy of the system and the authority of those in charge of it. The one result of the street rioters and their corporate and political sponsors is they may get what they want. The majority may stop accepting the legitimacy of the system. That silent minority may lose all faith in the system and the people running it. That would be us one step from the edge, when all respect for authority collapses and takes society with it.

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CAPT S
CAPT S
16 days ago

Good essay. Maybe the novel aspect of our particular point is history is the ascendancy of high-IQ sociopaths, and their uncanny ability to manipulate the ignorant masses (and Congress, but I repeat myself) unlike any other point in history. It’s not really tin-foil-hat conspiracy to believe something along these lines. For me it helps explain the purposeful dumbing-down of education over the years, the currency manipulation, the destruction of family. We just happen to live in a time where events are culminating, and its starting to look sporty.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

It’s not really tin-foil-hat conspiracy to believe something along these lines

In each history book I have read, there would usually be an event that would make me think ‘The people of the day would have called you mad if you told them this was going on!’… Yet it was.

Our future chroniclers are in for a good old laugh.

Some Guy
Some Guy
Reply to  OrangeFrog
16 days ago

Not to worry, eventually literacy will be deemed white supremacy and we’ll lose these records.

miforest
Member
Reply to  Some Guy
16 days ago

nobody will read in 50 years. litteracy will be lost

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Some Guy
16 days ago

Pretty sure that’s already happening. Something happened in the Rutgers English department that’s being reported as “good grammar is racist” in every headline I’ve seen. Haven’t read the backstory though.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Calsdad
16 days ago

Yes, mathematics has been called ‘racist’ a fair number of times now, too. Naturally, the history of mathematics, engineering and physics doesn’t seem to be all too dusky. Even more reason to skill up, learn as much as you can, and archive the most important information – particularly about your own people’s history. Could there a be a bright side to all of this? A bloated and useless class of professional status-seeking idiots overseeing a whole bunch of morons… Unable to govern it’s more remote provinces? Looks like the sort of situation that an organized, disciplined community of people could… Read more »

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Calsdad
16 days ago

According to the Smithsonian Institute, “white norms” in America are racist. Stuff like “rugged individualism (self-reliance), the Protestant work ethic, a future orientation (which entails a willingness to delay gratification), an emphasis on scientific/objective thinking, the nuclear family, respect for the rule of law grounded in individual rights (as bequeathed from English Common Law), and holidays based on Christian tradition.” That’s all racist. Must be eliminated!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jim Smith
16 days ago

Civilization is racist.

The Right Doctor
The Right Doctor
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Without a doubt. It was invented by White people for their own benefit. That’s as racist as you can get.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  The Right Doctor
15 days ago

I don’t really think it was “invented” – but rather it evolved as the best way for white people to live in the environment they inhabited. It’s why I use the Swedish predicament as a go-to example when discussing just how utterly retarded the left’s arguments are regarding racism and immigration. The roots of Nordic tribes has been tracked back something like 20,000 years. Nobody else wanted to live in Arctic wastelands – so they didn’t have a lot of competition. God knows the Dindus didn’t build ships and try to colonize the northlands. Living in northern climates (and eating… Read more »

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

So are the SAT and ACT Tests: “The NABC Committee on Racial Reconciliation believes that the SAT and ACT are longstanding forces of institutional racism and no longer have a place in intercollegiate athletics or higher education at large.” Read the whole thing!

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Jim Smith
16 days ago

We’re witnessing the first public reveal of Critical Theory (Post Modernism on steroids) the the regular Joe.

You’d better believe in Critical Theory. Because it believes in you.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
15 days ago

We’re witnessing the reduction of civilization to savagery, because it is only in a savage environment that Hutus can be equal to everybody else.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

In the medical profession, the evolution of cancer is categorized into 4 phases in order to help focus the remedial response methodologies. I think history will show that, during the prior few decades, our American Era culture and society transitioned from Stage 3 to Stage 4 dysfunction. In Stage 4, the potential remedies are few, the probability of success is very low, and the pain is typically off-the-charts. There is a lot of pent-up anger, and when it blows, be somewhere safe.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  TomA
16 days ago

There is a lot of pent-up anger, and when it blows, be somewhere safe.
Exactly and the cities and suburbs are not a safe place… Problem is though people have to be affected by the pain themselves for them to actually think about even doing anything…Even if it’s in their cities as long as it didn’t get to their block they think everything will be ok…I always tell people it’s a lot easier to move when you’re not taking fire but I don’t think it really sinks in until they are taking fire…

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Waiting for the last minute also creates a very serious additional problem.

If you wait too long then you aren’t relocating…you’re escaping with only your shirt on your back. You are a helpless refugee. Most of what you value you had to leave behind and is now a resource for your enemies. You will have been reduced to trying to survive from day to day…and are not able to replant your roots and be of service to a new community.

Move on your own term and not chased off by enemies.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Yves Vannes
16 days ago

Agreed. Ten years ago “outsiders” moving into rural communities were rather easily accepted and accommodated. Today those same people are looked on with suspicion, particularly if they’re evacuating from progressive states. For those looking for short-fused bug-out options, it’s still doable but refugees seeking to fuse with an already suspicious rural community need to know it’s going to be damned challenging. Best advice I can give is that if anyone relocates to rural community, show up with skills and leave the superior attitude in the city. PhD’s aren’t worth much at the local feed & seed … it’s a completely… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

I had a trial at the bucolic life (Dad was a “survivalist” and as a result, he lived the last fifteen years of his life in a place where the mailbox was a 15-minute drive 😀 What you say is completely true. I was more or less a summer resident, so never put down roots there. To be fair, I hardly put down any in the several neighborhoods I did grow up in… Dad would say of his adopted hillbilly moonshine distillin’ banjo pickin’ rural community: “Maybe your grandchldren would be accepted as locals.” Welcome at stores, even made some… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Yves Vannes
16 days ago

Or, be willing to defend where you are to the death.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

This is what our lawless future looks like and why people will flee even affluent communities…

https://the-southeast-journal.com/pedophiles-decapitated-corpse-found-on-judges-doorstep-after-bail-hearing-in-ocala-florida/

White Alyssum
White Alyssum
Reply to  Epaminondas
16 days ago

A bit of good news! We need a whole lot more of this.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  White Alyssum
16 days ago

Except it perhaps might be more effective if it was the Judges raped child.

The elite need to be made aware that:
“We know where you live”

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Bilejones
16 days ago

Some of the Elite have had their personal homes attacked, some Democrats and Tucker.

Tucker did not have it coming ad the others it happened to learned nothing.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  White Alyssum
16 days ago

And that’s my point. When the legal system begins to unravel, vigilantism comes into play. The process has begun and it will be a double-edge sword.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Epaminondas
16 days ago

Already happening. Armed vigilante groups are on the ground as we speak in Minneapolis.
This is a classic sign of the hollowing out of the state, the US slowly goes Brazil or worse and instead of trying to repair the union, not that this is really doable at this point, we go and bloviate about the Freedom Loving Chinese and play at being an Empire.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Epaminondas
16 days ago

I hope the, uh concern citizen is not caught. Even if he is, if I sat on a jury I might have difficulty entering a guilty verdict, even though Florida in theory prohibits jury nullification. This isn’t a light topic. In FL what he did would have to be first degree (capital) murder. In theory, sexual assault “battery” against a child is/can be “capital” too, I’m guessing they call it that so they can deny bond. If the article concerns me at all, it’s that in FL they are too lenient on what should be super-high-bond or no-bond cases. I… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Just got notice that our dentist is selling his practice. He and I have spoken privately before, and he is very much a realist regarding demographics and what is happening right now. He has the $ and some family already in the area he is moving to. I just called my husband with the news and reiterated I will live in a single wide trailer if we can just get out of the DFW area, but he is legitimately worried about a paycheck.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  3g4me
16 days ago

You know how to get a hold of me 3g I bet I could find a job for him up here…

Lanky
Lanky
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Even for people with very little agricultural experience, Line?

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Lanky
16 days ago

Yes of course Brother…

Moss
Member
Reply to  3g4me
16 days ago

@LMA on Gab.com had a post about her country dentist today. I trust our folks moving to the country with such foundational professions will be welcome.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  3g4me
16 days ago

Thats why we need communities that include economic solutions to make crossing into that unknown even a tiny bit more palatable for the productive and skilled who are awake but tethered to the urban economy. And who are not wealthy or broke, but somewhere in the precarious mess that is the middle. Its easy to say just sell it all and bolt, but the watershed moment is not one river tumbling down a canyon. There are a lot of springs and tributaries that need to be considered. This requires a mutual re-pricing of personal risk from those who are already… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  3g4me
16 days ago

3g, if you like, drop us a line at membership.ig at proton. You’re on our members-only blog invite list. The other ladies could use civilized company.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

Exile – Many thanks. I don’t like to intrude where I’m not invited. I’m a total dweeb regarding internet security, though, and I’ve just started looking into setting up a proton mail account(s). Will be in touch soon.

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

…it really sinks in until they are taking fire… I was too comfortable 18 months ago to face what my gut was telling me, GET OUT. Justified staying put by building an Area Plan, so I could defend what I had. It was fantasy. I’m on the long tail of so many logistics chains that the Dindu’s could collapse my plan with a couple of blocked intersections 10 miles away. In conversation with normie friends, they seem to have developed a mental catalog of cognitive dissonance-based responses for particular elements of their perceived collapse (food, jobs, rioting, home invasion), but… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Have I told you lately that you are a brave and courageous man Moss…I’m glad you’re on my side…

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Thank you, Line. All family and all but one friend has told us (wife, 3 kids, 2 dogs..hey, they are smart dogs) we are nuts and over-reacting.
I must say having you and others in virtual community has given me strength on black-pill days….

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Yea that’s what they told me also when I picked up and moved but now they brag what I fart smeller I was to do what I did and have moved up there as well…We who are awake have to be the pioneers so we can survive…

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

So true. My fellow officers thought I was nuts to turn down the second career with the Military Industrial Complex. Then I told them about my milk cow, spud patch, and root cellar construction … I was officially nuts.

Now I’m hearing from them after several years … “so how are things on the farm?” Poor bastards are miserable, stuck up there in northern VA, making the big bucks while a little piece of their soul dies every day.

Better to be a fart smeller.

Outdoorspro
Outdoorspro
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Lineman, are you the commenter who is in the W part of the Treasure State?

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Outdoorspro
16 days ago

Bitterroot Valley Brother…

Mis(ter)Anthrope
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Lineman, I respect you for what you have done and are doing. I wish you all the best in attracting people on our side to your area.

I would consider it myself if I was a young man. But I have adult children nearby and spending time with them and my grandson is the most important thing in my life right now. Plus, I live in a rural area in Oklahoma where “progressives” would feel quite unwelcome.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mis(ter)Anthrope
16 days ago

As long as you’re not in Tulsa or OKC, you should be OK in Oklahoma.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Mis(ter)Anthrope
16 days ago

Family is important Brother so hopefully you can build up a Community where you are at… Hopefully your on the east side of OK where there is good terrain and water…

Mis(ter)Anthrope
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

I have 8.5 acres on the top of a forested mountain in Pushmataha County in southeastern Oklahoma. No paved roads getting up the mountain. Just a winding dirt road.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Mis(ter)Anthrope
15 days ago

Doesn’t that land belong to the Comanchee now?

Mis(ter)Anthrope
Reply to  MemeWarVet
15 days ago

Lol. Actually, it’s the Choctaws. But they are making so much money from their casinos down by the Texas border that they aren’t going to rock the boat too much. They’ll work something out.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Moss – I was hoping your stay-the-course plan could pan out. You’ve got so much going your way though – God, family, skills. You’re the kind of guy (i.e. leader) who will easily meld into a new community. I’m selfishly hoping for mid-TN. As for “when things get back to normal” people … I bet the Titanic passengers thought the same thing, until the 45-degree list. And sometimes its worth looking at best-case, pig-flying scenarios. Let’s say we go back to “normal” tomorrow. Dow keeps going up, materialism abounds, progressivism becomes a fairy wonderland. Where will your kids find spouses?… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

Hey now Capt don’t be leading him your way😉 Kidding aside Moss will be an asset wherever he ends up and if he chooses TN then I hope it’s by you because that will strengthen your tribe and hopefully draw more of our people in to that area…

Moss
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

Thank you, Capt. I was planning on reaching out!

b123
b123
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Get out, indeed.

I’m younger and single, in a 30% white area. I can feel the storm clouds rolling in. Once a neighborhood turns, the energy changes. This is a dark feeling when the entire city has “turned”.

Still here, for work (good money) and because I have no dependents. But I see how the Africans and Arabs look at us. The Pakistanis don’t seem physically dangerous but give off a creepy “Boom” vibe. they all get bolder every year.

One day they will finally jump out and strike their prey.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

All it took was a single Hutu pack to move into a rental house across the street from my old house. I quickly became a race realist, put my house on the market, and moved to a much whiter and nicer neighborhood. I am now and forever a disscon.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Yea but you can’t let that be all you do that’s the white flight aspect that we shouldn’t be doing…You have to start building Community so what you have escaped from doesn’t come there…You have to be the one sharing your stories of what diversity does and get others onboard so you can keep them out…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

At some point I plan on organizing a neighborhood militia. I’m quite certain some of my neighbors would get onboard with this. From such an action, the “community” you talk about could be built.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

I wouldn’t use the word militia to many people have an automatic reaction to that and usually not a good one…I would use the term Neighborhood Watch Company or Protection Team… Start off with helping the Community out and then you can move into more of the defensive side of it…A good book to have on defending a suburb is “A Failure of Civility”…Hope that helps…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Appreciate it. My neighborhood is actually in the very center of a city of about 260K. Whites are a majority. Lots of Messkins. Hutus make up about 9% of the population.

Moss
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

I’m with Line. Mutual Aid Group, or Mutual Aid and Support…language matters so get creative. Your actual purpose is never marketed but instead, spoken quietly in the backyard over BBQ and beers. This choice of words is not just for recruiting good but for deflecting bad.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Moss
15 days ago

I’m nothing if not discreet.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Well Brother that’s going to be tough just with the logistics of keeping your water, sewer, and electric on let alone the hardship of defending an area that doesn’t have the terrain you need to do so… Hopefully you have some city preppers around you otherwise you will be carrying a lot of them on your back that is if you prep which I’m hoping you do…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

My city has been very peaceful and quiet. It’s only in cities “controlled” by AWRs that we’re seeing significant unrest. If it starts heating up around here I will definitely make plans for a major move.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Part of your planning still has to include Get out of Dodge. Also, if you’re going to develop a defensive posture, please please please understand things like OPSEC, COMSEC, etc. Guns are great, but more important are things like comms, discipline, teamwork. Diverse skills are key. Any self-styled militia is going to be infiltrated by cops. Like the others say, don’t even LOOK like militia. Anyone who seems a little overanxious to be a part of your group – red flag. Sorry for the unsolicited advice just want you to succeed.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
15 days ago

Thanks. I’m counting on some of these guys to have military or police experience to help on those scores.

joggerinthewoodpile
joggerinthewoodpile
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

$451 used (good condition) on Amazon. Damn…

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  joggerinthewoodpile
14 days ago

There is PDF of it somewhere out there that you can download for free…

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

I think it’s Sporty now and headed towards Sporky…

b123
b123
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

Family is totally destroyed. Can’t believe how many single people are out there in their 30s. Good looking people with a job.

The desired fertility for my acquaintances in their 20s appears to be close to 0. They legitimately get more excited about having a dog than a kid.

Hard for those people to meet girls anyways, as I said, a lot of single people. If it makes you feel any better, most of them are not white. The destruction of the family and low fertility cuts across racial lines.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

I was engaged to a white AWFL about 15 years ago.

I watched her #MeToo a guy almost exactly like me and had her try to frame me after I pulled the eject handle on the relationship.

I imagine things have only gotten worse since then.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
16 days ago

You sound like an ideal viewer of the troubling movie “Gone Girl.”

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

All those problems wouldn’t be problems if those people had Community instead of just wandering aimlessly through life…

Moss
Member
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

Thinking about rejection of traditional dating and marriage seems a chicken or egg issue now. Committed parents should yield children that implicitly repeat the relational patterns they experienced through observation of their parents and friend’s parents, and build families in a similar way. Perhaps No Fault Divorce was the straw that broke the family formation pathway’s back? So how can we, our Community, steer children back to the better path of dating and family building? B123, I know this is a topic among many of us here. Children are our future. To get us back on track toward nuclear family… Read more »

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Like we’ve discussed, Moss, the kids we are having and raising right now are going to be decent marriage material because we’re educating and raising them right – including making community moves.

It’s going to be rough for those of us still looking for “free range” spouses in the X-Z range but we have to dig a generational firebreak and let nature resume its course sooner than later or we’re looking at another lost generation (AA? What are we even going to call them?)

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

Might be calling them the Damned generation if we don’t step up…

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

AA? What are we even going to call them?

Well, with Gen Z we ran out of letters, so I figure we start over with Generation Alpha.

b123
b123
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Dunno what the solution is. Can’t have kids if you can’t get a girlfriend. Most guys are single for most of the time, and then might “see” a girl for a month until they both move on. Plus the 80/20 hypergamy, bla bla. “Hookup culture” really means “less sex culture”. It is death. The solution is really just to stick within your own community, ie. the church. Raise your kids well too. Life outside of those communities is like The Sun Also Rises, hedonistic and meaningless sex, except that for the average guy it’s like a 2 week fling once… Read more »

Moss
Member
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

The solution is process / journey, not destination. Specifically, we can’t know the solution but we can narrow that point on the horizon we are navigating toward, and set sail. I like that you offered up church. Church, a healthy one (that’s a discussion for bourbon and campfire), is most likely to attract like-minded peers of both sexes. So start there. Based on a sample size of a few dozen guys I’ve mentored over the last decade, it seems their “right girl” definition is impossible and entirely wrong. I blame advertising, porn, the Church, feminism, junk food, your parents, aliens… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Amen Brother…Like I’ve told my boys focus on making yourself a better man and getting a good job that you enjoy doing and the women will find you…And it’s worked…

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

Even for the would-be traditional male, the odds are further reduced by 😀
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nf0oXY4nDxE

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

Agree: positions of power tend to attract certain personality types. I’m not a psychologist, but certainly, the self-important, world-improver, do-gooder, charismatic, and yes, of course the smooth-talking sociopath 😀 But I’m skeptical: the type of person attracted to politics probably hasn’t changed that much, for one given type of government (USA, so for about 240 years). What else has changed however? Certainly, form and reach of government, technology, powers of both the government and the average man, etc. Case in point: two hundred years ago, at best, writing down ideas took a quill, ink well and expensive paper. It took… Read more »

Jay
Jay
Reply to  CAPT S
16 days ago

Maybe the novel aspect of our particular point is history is the ascendancy of high-IQ sociopaths, and their uncanny ability to manipulate the ignorant masses (and Congress, but I repeat myself) unlike any other point in history.”

that there has developed a critical mass of sociopaths, has been my working hypothesis for a while now as well.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
16 days ago

The silent Minority (that thinks they’re still a majority) learns the hard way in November of their permanent minority status.

What happens then? My money is on nothing of substance changes.

Toasty
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

The so-called “Silent Majority” is too old to do anything about it.

They spent decades waving thier Gadsden flags. They finally “had enough” right when they are about to be consigned to a nursing home.

Bruno the Arrogant
Bruno the Arrogant
Reply to  Toasty
16 days ago

The “Silent Majority” never did anything about it even when they were young. They were, as always, Silent.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Toasty
16 days ago

Tended by those who hate them and will sadistically abuse them until they are dead…You would think that those who are getting to that age would be doing everything in their power to get to somewhere that they could be taken care of by their own people but yet they stay in place because that’s where they are comfortable at the moment…

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

I tend to find the Boomer bashing a bit over done, but one thing that does bug the shi$ out of me is that White Boomers are in a unique position to help our cause. They can’t get fired and they have some extra money. Come out from the shadows and support us. Boomers should be trying to start European American clubs, student unions or whatever. They should be giving money to Z-Man and others. Just do what the Jews do, no need to re-invent the wheel. But, no, they sit quietly after to be called a racist while they… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

I find it incredibly ironic that, until about five years ago, the Boomers were seen as the generation of Leftist hippies who launched America’s self-immolation. Now they are seen as doddering, out-of-touch reactionaries. How soon we forget…

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

“I used to get high and listen to the Beatles,
Ain’t much fun now that it’s legal.”
— John Hartfrod

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Aye. Most Boomers are Liberal to the core and the ones that aren’t are typically Civ Nats raised on MLK hopium. That said, they aren’t necessary and this is not strictly a numbers game. A determined vicious minority can hold land against near any odds and sure there arerisks of a city induced Holodomor on the countryside , our cities are broke and brittle and near uniformly in collapse. It took one administration to take NYC from Awesome back to Death Wish War can be waged right back and the bloat of useless population used as leverage against the city… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

To use a watchword I really can’t stand, what we’re seeing right now is completely “unsustainable.” What remains of this rickety country is rushing headlong into a massive maelstrom. It shocks me that the vast majority of “Americans” don’t seem to sense what lies ahead. If they did, they would be terrified and they would be preparing.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

You give me a vision of a simpler (not to say better) world, such as envisioned by the guy who wrote “The Long Emergency.” His thesis was that civilization would have to revert to a lower-tech future, such as imagine all the petroleum gone. We’d live in small towns, nearly everything locally sourced. This scenario didn’t have any pandemic in it. Now, granted COVID-19 is pretty tame as deadly diseases go. However, combine your social decay with current or recurring pandemics. Imagine a world reduced to something approaching Medieval fortress towns. Even if modern transport were still available, just imagine… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

I hear you Brother I have first hand experience with dealing with said Boomers… Incredibly selfish and not willing to share a penny unless it benefits them right now…They look at the future through am I going to have enough money to live in pleasure til I die and that’s it…They don’t seem to care even if they have kids and grandkids that the country is going to shit and that their progeny will be facing slavery and death that they could of prevented or at least have them an escape route…It really busy going to be up to us… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Do you ever get what I call the “shrug” from Boomers? I’ll tell them about their grandkids becoming minorities and instead of getting mad, they just shrug while lifting their hands in the air, as though, “Hey, what are you going to do?” Your fuc$ing grandkids are becoming a hated minority in their own lands, and the best that you have is a shrug! I tell them about friends having to sit through diversity where they forced to grovel. The Shrug. Rapes, crime, reparations, etc. The Shrug. The Shrug. The Shrug. At the retarded Progressives actually believe everything will be… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Progs honestly they are going to cruise from farmers markets to ethnic craft fairs to ethnic restaurants and world music festivals in their Teslas after the badwhites are liquidated.

They reality is that most Progs will be lucky to wind up as residue on the bottom of the cannibals’ pots.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

They’ve learned to stop worrying and love the Demographic Bomb just like they learned to love muh shekels, corporations and war.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

The other groups aren’t doing any better., American Civilization is toxic in the extreme.
Boomers are bad but a product of their raising and to my way of thinking the Silents were without a doubt the worst generation in US history since they seem to be the first one completely unable to pass our culture onto the next.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Yep at least by the ones who even want to open one eye to the chaos…

b123
b123
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Yup. My own grandma did the shrug and said “I’ll be dead” when I brought this up.

Or some empty Boomer platitude. “It is what it is”… “Well, I’m sure things will work out”… and (a favourite) “Just smile at them [aliens] and be nice”.

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  b123
15 days ago

Maybe grandma needs to get told that if she doesn’t stop shrugging every time she gets told she phucked up the world for her descendents – that’s she’s going to be dead a lot sooner than she expected.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

All the time, Citizen. Its that shrug plus bootstraps sammy that is so infuriating. “Just do what I did” when that fails, as it usually does, its a series of shrugs and reluctant subsidies to their kids to maintain the illusion of status. Their status. I saw the same thing with them vis a vis those grandchildren, or more aptly the lack of. The refuse to see the world for what it is even when it is reflected in the terror and pathologies expressed by the own children. Their kids can’t “date” or mate or marry. Or leave the house… Read more »

Moss
Member
Reply to  Screwtape
16 days ago

I had it all. Even the glass dishes with tiny bubbles and imperfections, proof they were crafted by the honest, simple, hard-working indigenous peoples of wherever. – Jack, Fight Club, 1999

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

I would have know that movie line even without the source. By the way, I do have those dishes.

Moss
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
16 days ago

It’s all ball bearings these days.

Mis(ter)Anthrope
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Count me as a late Boomer who is doing everything I can to win people to our side. And I can honestly tell you that I have had some success.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Mis(ter)Anthrope
16 days ago

Excellent Brother that is what we need right there…

Rich
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Ah, yes. Younger people who know all about the Boomers. This Boomer gives where it’s needed, while at the same time 100% financially supports a disabled son and a grandson. The three of us know the country is being taken to hell in a hand basket (boomer saying), but we’re doing the best we can. BTW, the majority of younger people in my visibility don’t do squat to help things. In fact most are hypnotized by all the current delusions. That’s a reality not unique to any of our generations.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Rich
16 days ago

That’s a reality not unique to any of our generations. Why is it at this late hour that we still have to put in NABALT… Listen who right now has the most wealth per capita Boomers…Who right now has the least risk to stand up and say this isn’t right Boomers…Who at this time have the most ability to move anywhere they want to start forming up Communities Boomers…etc etc etc and yet they sit and shrug like Citizen said above…I’m an X’r and I know my generation has problems so when someone tells me that they have a problem… Read more »

b123
b123
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Thanks Lineman. Truth is that many whites of many generations were / are fucked up. We can criticize Boomers but it’s not like Millenials are a bastion of white nationalism either. “Our movement” is a movement of European-descended peoples OF ALL AGES. People at any age might realize their errors. Or like Jared Taylor, have been fighting for years. Our movement is small and we must accept that people from all walks of life will be interested in it. If a Boomer strongly cares about his nation, his blood and soil, and his grand children’s future, then he’s welcome with… Read more »

TXsodbuster
TXsodbuster
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

This boomer selling residential properties now, the rest this spring. Wife on board, problem being, we can’t move more than 3 hours from rest of Tribe. They all have jobs connected to the major blue hive city here.

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  Lineman
14 days ago

Ditto for millenials. Wife and I played the boomer game and won (truly a “play stupid games, win stupid prizes” experience, but the prizes are very shiny) until a little incident completely redpilled us. Took us from “this could be bad in the future” to “this has already happened here” and led us to leave the urban cocoon in great haste. Now, we use our homestead to Exodus our people from the Pharaohs’ lands – saving those we can. It is not easy, and takes forever just to get a few out of the wading pool and onto our side… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Educated.redneck
14 days ago

Good deal Brother that’s what is needed those who have the means to step up and take the lead in securing a better future for them and their clan…

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

The Boomers were the creators of the latchkey kid , single parent via divorce and the first low fertility generation. They sinply didn’t care to have large families.

Its no wonder they didn’t care.

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

OK, let’s get real about the Boomer hate. By the numbers, I am supposed to be one. I was six during the Summer of Love and in elementary school during the Vietnam War; so I sure as hell wasn’t any civil-rights-protesting hippie. But fuck me for getting a cheap college education at State U., finding ready employment and inheriting a modest sum from my parents. I wasn’t owed it, no one is; but I got it. Envy and crying poormouth is weak. Jump ahead. I’ve felt the frosty small-town reception when trying to flee the insanity of California, despite being… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Dammit Maus are you saying that all Boomers are just like you or can you not see that maybe there is some truth to what we are saying…It’s not bullshit to say that Boomers could be helping out a lot more than they are…I love my in-laws and parents but they aren’t really concerned that them and their progeny are going to be a minority…I don’t even think it’s crossed their minds until I mentioned it…We aren’t hating on you we are pleading with that generation to wake up and give us a hand…

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Maus, don’t take it personally.

You’re an outlier, the Boomer-posting does not apply to you, nor proably 9/10 Boomers here.

I’m an older Xer in the same professional boat. Our Guys need lawyers badly to help them defend against ridiculous criminal charges, set up dox-resistant businesses and otherwise defend themselves against bar-card Talmudry.

I’m working on a couple of dissident cases and giving good advice to Our Guys on how to fly under the radar, etc… You’re very much needed.

Moss
Member
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

You’re very much needed.

Hear, hear!

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Really, if there is no respect among the generations, who’s going to hold the pillow firmly down when the time finally comes 😈

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Now that coronachan has you sidelined and you can’t run up mountains, what are you doing with your skills and free time to build community?

Better yet, what can I do to help?

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

If you or other Boomers are here, y’all aren’t part of the problem.
That said the rest of us do not need to give a fig about the selfish Boomers since as they are find of saying, the will be dead soon.
That’s what happens when you no longer belive in anything but yourself
The Boomers that are worthwhile probably already have a place and if they don’t and meet muster , no doubt they can find something.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

Gen-X is Tool lyrics come to life. The best generation.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  JR Wirth
15 days ago

There’s a shadow just behind me
Shrouding every step I take
Making every promise empty
Pointing every finger at me
Waiting like the stalking butler
Whom upon the finger rests
Murder now the path called “must we”
Just because the Son has come
Jesus, won’t you fucking whistle
Something but what’s past and done?
Jesus, won’t you fucking whistle
Something but what’s past and done?
Why can’t we not be sober?
I just want to start this over
Why can’t we drink forever?
I just want to start this over

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  MemeWarVet
15 days ago

Great one!

Rich
Member
Reply to  abprosper
15 days ago

Thanks for the level headed comment!

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Look, I’m not trashing on every Boomer, nor I am saying other generations are particularly better. I’m saying that your generation is uniquely suited to helping our cause. They can’t get fired, and they have a bit of extra cash. What’s more, they know what’s been lost and how much will still be lost more than any other generation. Boomers should be the most pissed off. Yet, they seem indifferent. When I talk to Xers or younger, a surprising number of them are waking up with many well beyond, i.e. they’re angry. They may not no what to do, but… Read more »

Moss
Member
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Maus, I appreciate your personal and logical perspective.
How can Boomers engage in the work ahead? How can I, only a little younger, invite your generation to join us?
We all need a sherpa to help us climb the mountain (wisdom, resources, guidance). Team wins. How can we (broadly) engage older men to get in the fight?

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Hey, don’t blame us. During my late 40s-early-50s academic period, I sought to (well, at least daydreamed) have Union with as many students as possible 😀

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Toasty
16 days ago

South African Model:

  1. Rich elites still pull lots of strings
  2. Middle class – gets the heck out of dodge
  3. Poor – suffer hardest. As they always do.
Sid
Sid
Member
Reply to  ProZNoV
16 days ago

Yep, I gave South Africa five years after the blacks gain control. Staggered along for 20 plus years now.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  ProZNoV
16 days ago

And don’t forget that even if you can leave, oftentimes your money can’t. This happened (1980s) to a family friend. Of course, in the present time, a white American looking for a superior country to move to has a much more difficult time of it, than did the White South African seeking to leave his rapidly-changing homeland in the 1980s.

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

The American Republican is clearly nearing an end. But it’s more likely to be replaced by an autocratic empire than break up. If only because there’s no foreign adversary up to the task of forcing a dissolution. The analogy to Rome is tired, but still relevant. In that analogy we’re somewhere between the Grachii and Sulla. Empire has destroyed the structures of the republic, but many are clinging to the past and not ready to let go of it. We’ll know when America has its Augustun moment when the bill of rights is eliminated to universal acclimation. IMO that’s still… Read more »

tullamore92
tullamore92
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

So what’s the right play? I, like most of us (I assume) have some property, some investments, etc. I’m not rich, but I do OK. Are the guys buying MREs and ammo still the crazy ones, or are we for not reading the writing on the wall? I used to bitch that no one on here had an answer re clear, concrete steps to take to prevent the fall. I think I’ll switch that up and start bitching about no one on here having an answer to what we’re all supposed to do if the sky actually IS falling. Is… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  tullamore92
16 days ago

If you have read here for any length of time then you know what I’ve been advocating for and so your excuse falls flat…I’ve said for years to be Building Community on so many prepper, right-wing, conservative blogs that I’ve lost count… Numbers moving in one direction in one area matter and you can change your future by participating in that building…

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Line preaches the most valuable thing for a reason.

Ted
Ted
Reply to  tullamore92
16 days ago

So what’s the right play?”
Right meaning effective or meaning moral?
We see the model for what’s effective over the last few months. They respond to one thing very quickly.

Moss
Member
Reply to  tullamore92
16 days ago

T, realize that investing in movement / action is paramount. Take stock of your community and determine if you can stay relatively safe (do you have real community / family around you?), protected from the elements, have food and water, through whatever might come down the pipe. If not, figure out how to harden your position OR move. So start there, I call it Maslow’s Basement. No sense building on top if the foundation is weak. Now, if moving is the answer, evaluate carefully where you can achieve those primary life-functions, and how likely you are to find like-minded folks.… Read more »

miforest
Member
Reply to  tullamore92
15 days ago

get your fith life in order , and buile th coummunity of believers arround that . thats why jesus had desciples .

miforest
Member
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

Twenty years? they are probably carving the place up now behind closed doors , waiting for the wu flu virus shutdown to strangle the last of the will out of us. ano on a happier note…..

james wilson
james wilson
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

Roman analogies are fine but timelines are greatly compressed in our world. The Roman Republic ended officially in 45BC, the Empire ran on 500 years more or less. The American Republic ended in 1865, so 145 years and counting, if you are still counting. I’m not. I’m 72, and this mudslide is definitly accelerating in recent times. The left, the true left, thought they had it in hand by year 2000 and were genuinely puzzled when they had to settle for owning government without owning the face of government.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  james wilson
16 days ago

Mudslide is such an apt term for so many reasons.

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  james wilson
16 days ago

Everyone wants to think that change happens faster in their own day and progressively slower in before times. But, that’s just not the case at the level of countries as a whole. Change happens on a generational level, which is to say one funeral at a time. The republic transitioned ca 1865 from a voluntarily association to one less so. But the fundamental nature of the government and culture did not change. We all will know when it does when the bill of rights – which large numbers of Americans equate with the constitution – is eliminated without complaint. That’s… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

I don’t see an autocrat taking the whole place (we already have a sort of oligarchical-autocracy, that’s the problem). Traveling the country, the regions are just too different to have a one size fits all autocrat. At least one region will explode, if not two or three. I have no problem cutting loose the South. They’re not my people. Any place where sweet tea outsells regular iced tea needs to go. I also have little in common with Northeasterners.

Evil Sandmich
Reply to  JR Wirth
16 days ago

Could get back to ‘Z’s idea of corporate overlords. People will vote to outsource their government functions to Google/Amazon/etc.; the fact that the corporate tyrants were the ones who subsidized the chaos that led to their power-grab will not occur to hardly anyone.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
16 days ago

Most corporations except maybe a few tech overlords are dead men walking.
Even Google isn’t doing as well as before and less buying stuff means less ad revenue.
It seems shutting down everything has a deleterious effect on the economy, whoda thunk?

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

Google runs the crawlers that give you the www. And they get Gov contracts. They’re not going anywhere.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  RoBG
16 days ago

True.However the US$ is in a lot of trouble.
Even people like Goldman Sachs are thinking on terms of Gold
On top of that a lot of Google people are SJW’s and Antifa supporters and will not take many .Gov contracts.
Google may not not be going anywhere but an economy is not made of Walmart, Google and Amazon.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

BINGO! I believe we’re coming to the same conclusion from diff POVs. Everything you say is true. “Who is the Economy for?” is the biggest question of our time. The Citizenry? Stockholders? Banks?

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  JR Wirth
16 days ago

You really think America today is more culturally diverse than the Mediterranean basin in 50bc?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

Yes.

Moss
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
16 days ago

JR, don’t throw out the sweet tea…you cut a man to his soul!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

I’m quite sure that will happen in less than 20 years.

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Nah. By the time of the formalization of Austus’s reign, everyone was so sick of civil war that anything was better. We’re not at that point by a long shot.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

The AWRs have a virtual monopoly on power. Trump and a few Republican outliers are about all that stand between “America” and an AWR tyranny. The writing is on the wall. And in a matter of years the Bill of Rights and the Constitution will be quaint artifacts of a bygone age.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

If the Right will never rebel against tyranny by force than they deserve the camps.
I suspect they will however as it took a matter of days to have vigilante gangs in Minnesota which is essentially based on Nice as a concept.
In the end while all of us are obligated to try and prevent worse case scenarios if we can we are also obligated to decide what we want and be willing to take it if we have to.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

“Republican” is an apt typo. 🙂 We shall see continuing decline of conservatives as various flavors of liberal make the country more Democratic, not to say democratic, any more than Republicans tended to make this fading empire a republic. No historian here, but I disagree on “no foreign adversary” assertion: the Soviet Union fragmented into a dozen or more countries with no outside enemy (NATO hardly counts, in my opinion) and relatively peaceably. As for USA’s future, I too guess an authoritarian regime, whether of the left or right I don’t know. Given our future demographics, I’d guess of the… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

The staggering on or centuries or even decades is a nightmarish scenario – but I don’t think this ride can even last decades as currently constituted. I despise what’s happening and want it to go down in flames. But then I’ve got to think of my kids, grandkids, nephews & nieces and be careful what I wish for – which IS the worse scenario?

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  usNthem
16 days ago

As the Patriarchy I hope you have a safe place for all your family to come too when it all comes crashing down…

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

We do – picked it up a few years ago for this anticipated eventuality – also have other family in the area. Most folks are right thinkers, but kind of on the geezerly side. So all in all it should be a decent spot well away from major population areas.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  usNthem
16 days ago

Good deal Brother…Glad to hear it…

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Imagine working for Sears in its last 10 years. That’s what it’s like being an American citizen these days.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Once their WW2 generation faded, the system collapsed. I wonder sometimes if our Boomers are equivalent of the Soviet WW2 generation. The Boomers are the last generation to experience the Old America. When they pass away, will there be enough people around that really care about this entity known as the United States? Xers grew up in a White America but have witnessed first hand the joys of growing diversity and anti-White policies such as Affirmative Action. Boomers were already safely tucked away in their neighborhoods or higher level positions to feel those changes. Younger generations know nothing of that… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Often overlooked in the White vs. Non-White debate is this: Yes, there has been forced integration for half a century (or more) but if you look closely, nearly all of it is in schools, the workplace, in public at stores and such. But when it comes to truly voluntary associations, those few areas where freedom of association still rules, in my experience, it is still nearly overwhelmingly same race, ethnic group, religion, etc. This is even true in the lunch room. Unless there’s only one or two, most larger crowds sort themself out by race, by sex, etc. One thing… Read more »

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

Which part of the “WW2 Generation” exactly – is really being referenced here? Brezhnev was the last leader of the USSR that really seemed to have a grip on the place. By WW2 – Brezhnev was 33 years old – pretty old in soldier years. Fighting in WW2 – soldier age (especially in the USSR) – started at about 16 years old. In the US it was 18 – but there’s still plenty of stories of 16 year olds lying their way into the service. Brezhnev was part of the “ruling class” – before the war ever started. His reign… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Calsdad
14 days ago

Right the fuck on Brother…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Because of technology and mass media, change happens much faster now than it did in the pre-modern era. The USSR’s collapse is thus a much better analogue to postmodern “America” than the gradual fall of the western Roman Empire.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

We need one-party rule to get that in focus. The beauty of the USSR was having one central authority that took all credit and blame.

The two-party dialectic in a democracy is vastly superior for resisting real change. The reason things suck is always the Other Party. The solution is vote Your Party.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Democracy in the US may work at the local level, but at the national level potential candidates are curated by the real power brokers to ensure their agenda is never threatened by the voting.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  RoBG
16 days ago

RoBG said: “…but at the national level potential candidates are curated by the real power brokers to ensure their agenda is never threatened by the voting.”

Seriously, look what kind of perpetual hell they’ve put Pres.Trump through. Draining the swamp would take the first infantry division backed up by the 7th fleet.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
16 days ago

You believe that? How many people involved in the Trump campaign have been investigated, prosecuted, convicted, and financially ruined vs. how many of the Russia Hoaxers have received the same treatment? Wouldn’t you like Barr to throw down some indictments? Why do you think that hasn’t happened?

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  RoBG
16 days ago

That’s exactly what I was talking about. Thanx for proving my point. Barr and Dunham don’t seen to be doing much of anything. Meanwhile, General flynns judge looks like he’s a member of the “resistance.”

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  RoBG
16 days ago

Yes. Still, some of us are fans of the original representative democracy of the USA. Granted that the average voter today is an idiot. Now, he is a necessary evil for local elections. But in ancient times, it was the State Legislature that elected President and Vice-President. This could be extended to the U.S legislative reps too. Not to be overlooked: as orginally envisioned, the US voter was a higher-quality idiot 😀

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Saying by [whom?]:
“There’s a lot of ruin in a country.”

Ted
Ted
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
16 days ago

Saying by [whom?]:
“There’s a lot of ruin in a country.”

That was Adolf Hitler.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Ted
16 days ago

Nope. Adam Smith in a letter to his son,

Jay
Jay
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

You are missing Z’s running joke.

Trapped On Clown World
Trapped On Clown World
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

The learning aspect is crucial. Part of me hopes to see Trump obliterated in the election. If he ekes out another win these people will comfortably spend the next 4 years doing nothing. Secure in the delusion that their savior Trump is making everything right.

Nothing would make the situation clearer than to have the VP candidate come out in favor of reparations…and win comfortably.

Some Guy
Some Guy
Reply to  Trapped On Clown World
16 days ago

At this point, the GOP has given out more corporate gibs this year than what’s been proposed for reparations policies outside of that crazy proposal that was in the quadrillions. It’s hard to care about reparations because whether it’s gibs to blacks or to corporations, it’s all money and benefits whites are never going to see again. However the elite is never going to give it to blacks because it’s something they can dangle in front of them to increase turnouts in elections.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Some Guy
16 days ago

The GOP is heavily driven by economics and the only thing they can do after the incredibly stupid shutdown is try to prop up the system.
For your consideration. Its very possible the US will not have much in the way of airlines, malls , restaurants , retail , hotels and the like for decades to come even if the nation is forced open right now.
And note this is with near infinite money printing and dollar primacy,
If that fails. Yikes.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Some Guy
16 days ago

CARES Act is TARP on steroids. Another wealth/asset transfer from the working stiffs to the “elites” without oversight or accountability.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

Yes and no. i think I saw a meme somewhere that sums it up nicely: “if our leaders are going to pick and choose which laws the enforce and which ones they don’t… I will pick and choose the laws I comply with…” We get this up in Canada all the time. The cloud people out east decide the country is bilingual, and for us guys in Alberta… we learn to say ‘f*** you’ in fwench and that’s that for that. Gun control? No thanks. Social justice? Blow me. i see a Balkanization coming and yannow… that just might work… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Glenfilthie
16 days ago

Do you want to join up with us here in Montana when that time comes?

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

How about Florida?

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I hear Bar-B-Qed alligator can’t be beat. Seriously I’d love to try it. 😀

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
16 days ago

Well I would say yea problem is we would have to get every state in between us to get on board as well and that might be a task to great for our small numbers 😉

onezeno
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Missouri is a go!

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
16 days ago

And the only (?) State where a python is a game animal 🙂

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
15 days ago

That’s the problem you get when you put fools togather with exotic pets.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

I know that’s a joke but its a good idea and also highly possible that a hypothetical New Nation, call it the Western States alliance may include part of Canada.
National borders even American ones are not inviolate.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

No it’s not a joke Brother I would like to see that happen all the way up to and including Alaska…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

I wonder if there is a rural/urban divide with British Columbia/Vancouver as there is with Washington/Seattle.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
16 days ago

Yes there is Brother…

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Throw in some swing states with warmth and I’m in.

White Alyssum
White Alyssum
Reply to  abprosper
16 days ago

An opportunity to exploit the no-borders concept.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

An interesting idea. I hadn’t considered the possibility that Canada’s flyover country might wish to link up with the erstwhile American white ethnostate. The hosers in Alberta have more in common with us than with the AWRs in Toronto, that’s for sure.

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

A appalachian corridor. Fck those western cowboys.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  SidVic
15 days ago

Ahh don’t be jealous cause our hills are bigger than your mountains😉

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  SidVic
15 days ago

Why not both?

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Glenfilthie
16 days ago

Yes and no. Balkanization – yes. A large swath of people saying “up yours” – no. Most will opt for whatever temporary (and false) security that’s offered. Exact same proportion as those who feel secure with their mouth-hanky … we’re a society cultivated to be victims. I would say what we’re looking toward is Balkanization together with gulags. Anyone who doesn’t think the masses will frog-march into the “safety” of gulags, just do some people observation outside your local WalMart. Gulags (or nice names like re-education camps) are where this ends. BLM, Antifa, and political tomfoolery is the warmup act.… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  CAPT S
15 days ago

The masses don’t matter. You and yours do.
In the end the Republic is deathly ill, probably terminally and growing weaker and broker by the second. If you can’t see the opportunities, I can’t help you.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Glenfilthie
16 days ago

That’s great and all, but the difference (at least here) is that the elites have the entire machinery of the state to back up their choices of laws to enforce or not; the plebs don’t have that luxury wrt laws they choose to follow or not.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  c matt
16 days ago

That’s why Community is so damn important Brother because then the plebes can have a say because they are the law and order…

Exile
Exile
Reply to  c matt
16 days ago

They can vote with their feet. You remove yourself to where their writ doesn’t effectively run.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

Ah, Black Sabbath’s “The Writ.” Sabotage is one of their best albums:
“But everything is gonna work out fine,
If it don’t I’m gonna lose my mind, yeah!”

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Glenfilthie
16 days ago

Alberta seemed to be an outlier in the last election up there. I don’t understand how the provincial revenue sharing agreement up there isn’t just a legalized gang rape of that province.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
15 days ago

Pretty much. Take a good look at it too… because at some point, shitlib states that run constant deficits like California – will try to offload their bills on productive states like Texas the same way.
If we were capable of any planning or foresight we’d start killing those bastards now…

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

I would hope they would start screaming at their TV’s, with Fox News on, and start screaming “you lied to us! You lied to us!” and then shut the TV off, never to watch Conservative Inc. content again. That won’t happen. Instead they’ll hang their hats on mail in ballot voter fraud. “You see, we would have won, but those Antifa people had ballot mills in their basements.” As they go to the mall and find only brown faces. It won’t even register with them.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

Hopefully the GOP expires ahead of (((schedule))) and can’t be revived with a based Pajeet blood transfusion.

One-party rule gets us a lot closer to Soviet collapse conditions.

The kosher sandwich dialectic has kept the population’s resentments deflected and misdirected from the real central authorities for too long.

There’s no lane open for political solutions until the GOP gets the pillow.

usNthem
usNthem
16 days ago

There absolutely is nowhere to turn these days outside of (possibly) family or small cadres of friends. No organization, corporate or governmental will advocate or support you, especially if you’re a wrong thinker – they will actively try to destroy you. There really must be some sort of existential crisis that gets the ball rolling. My preferred scenario is a mag 9 quake centered in downtown LA. But at this point, I’ll take anything that wipes out our current political system.

Amwolf
Amwolf
Reply to  usNthem
16 days ago

You’re 100 percent correct about there being nowhere and nobody to turn to. Things have drastically changed for the worse throughout the last 10 years. I’ve deliberately detached and isolated myself from people as life is much simpler by avoiding confrontations. I’ve learned from past experience and refuse to repeat the same mistakes. We’re embarking into some lonely times that will further accelerate societal collapse. So many are lost in their own little world and avoid people these days. things were much different when I was growing up.

b123
b123
Reply to  Amwolf
16 days ago

I just taqqiya it.

That said diversity is a massive failure. Everybody is angry all the time and distrust is huge. The upper 10% of non-whites “assimilate” into the liberal colorblind stuff. The rest hate us and want us dead.

Yes, most people are lonely.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

Our elites are believers in the Magic Dirt theory.
People are transformed merely by a change of location.
Mexicans, who have created 6 of the top 10 most murderous cities on the planet will be made placidly wholesome merely by the move north to the US.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_by_murder_rate

This is the society created by Mexicans. What crazed loon would want them in their country?
People should be hammering this home.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Bilejones
16 days ago

Our elites are believers in the Magic Dirt theory.

They don’t believe that at all. That’s propaganda designed to lull the rubes into a coma until the time for White genocide arrives.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Bilejones
16 days ago

If forced to choose between the Groid and Mexicans, I’ll take Latinos any day, thank you very much!

Calsdad
Calsdad
Reply to  Bilejones
15 days ago

In this country blacks still set the standard for high murder rates.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  b123
16 days ago

No one other than the very religious are having kids either. The US birth rate is at an all time low and without consumers, consumerism goes tits up.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Amwolf
16 days ago

Well then step up and be the one people turn too damn the defeatist mentality sure has taken hold of you guys…If there is no hope left then why even continue to live if all you are going to face is suffering anyway… I’ve told you guys till I was blue in the face that you need to be focusing on your local area and be building up your Community and if you can’t do that where you are at then move to somewhere you can… Problem is I really think that all you want to do is cry online… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

These words should be read every morning by all of us.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
16 days ago

Thanks Brother it’s been a hard road since I’ve first advocated for Building Community but it gives me hope that more and more are seeing the light that it’s up to us to do what is needed and have been getting on the same road…

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Plus button

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Hey now. Let’s watch that micest language. I want to build community, but now it’s not bad enough that I’m a Boomer but Maus is a mouse, too. Fuck me, I can’t catch a break now, let alone in the worsening dystopia.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

Oh come Brother you know better than that don’t play that with me…My offer has always been on the table to come join me here in the Bitterroot and I would do what I could to help out…A Boomer helping build Community is an asset to that Community because he has more free time to actively go out and recruit others in that Community to come over our side of the divide…

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

Relax Lineman. I know you’re one of the good ‘uns. I was just making a little jest about my nom de guerre. Maus is German for mouse. It was a nickname bestowed on me by a classmate after the Peter Seller’s movie about the mouse that roared like a lion. I was planning to scout around the Bitteroot this summer, but the renewed Wuflu closures make travel less accomodating.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Maus
15 days ago

Ahh gotcha yea the Wuflu sure screwed up a lot of plans for a lot of people…Give me a shout though when you come and I will throw another steak on..

Moss
Member
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

I’ve been lucky enough to have a man, about 15 years older than me, mentor me for a few years. Introspective, awake Boomers have a ton to offer me and my children. Wisdom at the least. Labor, yes. Financial resources, maybe. But giving yourself to a cause creates attractiveness and momentum all it’s own. Engage in that. Recognize that the first two thirds of your life does not cement your legacy. Act, commit, invest, serve, be served…start now and lets see where we can go! (ps. if you have any form of “From Success To Significance” on a publicly viewable… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Maus
16 days ago

“Miceist?” You got something against rodents, buster? 🐁 🙂
“Gnaw, gnaw” he replied, “Somebody ratted me out.”
True-life anecdote; in my late 30s, I had a platonic lady friend, same age, doing a drama queen fit one night, and she says “Oh fuck me!” (in the sense “Woe is me! I am undone!”) in response to whatever was upsetting her. I quickly replied “At least let me buy you dinner first.” 😀

Moss
Member
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

I don’t lament a man for crying in his soup for a spell. But, put a cap on that. And then decide. Work / fight, or idle death. The time to fight for your life does not appear to be here yet, but it’s coming. If you are defeated mentally now, just lay down and stay out of the way.
No one here has the answer for what you/I/we do next. But hardening yourself mentally for what appears to be coming (choose your lying eyes, history, or both) is critical to making good decisions.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Moss
16 days ago

Amen my Brother…

SidVic
SidVic
Member
Reply to  Moss
15 days ago

In alot of respects maybe we should be glad. The end of history sounded pretty dull. Coming into an age of warriors and a return to honor. Apoligies just watched 300 last night.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Amwolf
16 days ago

Thats the war. We don’t get to choose the weapons the enemy deploys. Nor the time or vectors of attack. We do get choose how we respond. Even if those choices are often far from some ideal. There is always a choice. We learn from the losses, observe the enemies patterns and proclivities. And we adjust, plan, prepare, and take our own actions when and how it is best for our people. Loneliness, the atomized individual in his bunker counting his days like so many mac n cheese boxes, is exactly the mindset they want. Resignation, the demoralized individual conditioned… Read more »

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
16 days ago

The problem is that we are in an election year. Despite all evidence to the contrary the “silent majority” thinks they will sweep.

2008 gave us the Tea Party: a revolt against Obama and Bush, at the beginning it got people in the street for a good cause. What will 2020 give us?

Jack Boniface
Jack Boniface
Member
16 days ago

In the 60s you also had the Soviet Union trying to take over the world, with Maoist China a rival, but sometimes ally, as in aid to Hanoi. Each had an ideology it wanted to impose everywhere. Today, there’s no USSR and China is an economic not ideological powerhouse. The remaining globalist ideology, American democratic capitalism — Reagan’s shining city on a hill — is as senescent as Joe Biden.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
16 days ago

Awesome stuff.

The silent minority’s response to abuse from the badge gang will be crucial going forward.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
16 days ago

They are carrying on like reckless children, incapable of imagining any consequences to their behavior. It has undoubtedly been said before on here, but this childishness is evident in almost every facet of the modern politician’s life. From the way they communicate, using increasingly vulgar language and hysteria, their mannerisms when giving interviews, to the sheer ignorance that many people in politics actually have on even basic subjects. These people enjoy center stage but just do not want to do the boring grunt work that is required. What happens when they realize there is no system of laws? Hopefully a… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  OrangeFrog
16 days ago

There are no grown-ups in any of the rooms any more. Take your pick of any leadership, anywhere. Who among them wouldn’t have been laughed out of the room, fifty years ago?

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Dutch
16 days ago

Yes, recall that Biden wasn’t a credible Presidential candidate back in 1988 at the height of his dubious mental abilities. He was a joke, embarrassed himself with plagiarism and withdrew a year before the election. Biden hasn’t improved any since then. The competition has deteriorated something fierce.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Vizzini
16 days ago

The DNC had to keep changing the rules–first to keep Tulsi Gabbard out of the debates she kept qualifying for and then to get Mike Bloomberg in. The committee picks the candidate they’re told to.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  OrangeFrog
16 days ago

“What happens when they realize there is no system of laws?” To make a morbid pun, perhaps they will lay it at the doorstep of those supposedly in authority, sometimes literally as recently happened to a wrist-slap Judge in Ocala FL 🤠

Joey Jünger
Joey Jünger
16 days ago

I sometimes think the Boomer obsession with climate change is sort of a sublimated way for them to deal with leaving their posterity a horrible world (wrecked by them, by the way). “Well, my grandson is part of a hated minority and is told how evil he is every day at school, but I don’t have much fight left in me and can’t bear to look at what I’ve wrought. Let me see if I can’t keep a couple polar bears from drowning on melting ice floes.”

Pickle Rick
Pickle Rick
16 days ago

It’s the summer of 1859, kids, and the John Brown Moment is coming.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Pickle Rick
16 days ago

John Brown had a lot in common with the kids flattening Portland

Dave
Dave
Reply to  MemeWarVet
16 days ago

John Brown wouldn’t last a week in Detroit, or any majority black zip code.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Dave
16 days ago

That’s a pretty ironic take, considering Brown was an abolitionist. I’d wager it’s also a mistaken take. I’m not a Brown fan, but he was a man who could lead others and fight for what he believed in. He had physical courage — he didn’t surrender even when hopelessly outnumbered. And he wasn’t the sad excuse for a man that most 21st century blacks are. The men of the 19th century were hard. I think if he set his mind to it, he’d be driving them ahead of him like cattle. He took the armory with only a handful of… Read more »

Pickle Rick
Pickle Rick
Reply to  Dave
16 days ago

Johnny B hacked five grown men to death in Missouri with a sword. He’d fucking own Detroit. Don’t underestimate the abilities of our enemies.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Pickle Rick
16 days ago

Five White men. He goes to detoilet to rally the joggers to take over Michigan and they’d see he’s just some crazy ass old White man and probably bust a cap in his ass.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  usNthem
15 days ago

There has never been a time in military history when White men were not man-for-man better than black men.

I didn’t assume he was going to rally the Detroit negros, but to route them. He lost at Harper’s Ferry because the freed black slaves were too cowardly to join him. He might have learned his lesson this time and not like that blacks had ruined a White city.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Pickle Rick
16 days ago

Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, is very nice this time of year 🙂

Dinoethedoxie
Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

“The decision makers of today, that means political and corporate leaders, seem to think American society is an indestructible object they can abuse without consequence. They are carrying on like reckless children, incapable of imagining any consequences to their behavior.” Spot on. Hubris is the hallmark of America’s elites. They truly believe nothing can affect they’re position on top of the heap. Not pointless and endless wars in far away places, not fiscal recklessness at infinite scales, not giving away the store in trade deals or inviting barbarians into the camp. And not empowering the enfants terribles temper tantrums to… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

When the Chinese-style Cultural Revolution takes over and the struggle sessions begin in their necks of the woods, it’s going to be enlightening for them.

NJ Person
NJ Person
Reply to  Dinoethedoxie
16 days ago

“..like reckless children.” Well said. That is something that really hits hard. The incredible deficit spending. Unanimous support for BLM from Corporate America. Characterizing the federal agents (including three who may be permanently blinded) in Portland as storm troopers. I have bean told not to worry because of the traditional American checks and balances. Where will be the next blow? Perhaps a meltdown and panic on the world financial markets. The U.S. is such a rich and powerful country so Venezuela would seem distant. I would bet on a gradual decline with a modified Chinese style of surveillance and social credit. These changes seem to be too hard wired in… Read more »

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
16 days ago

This National election in November will be revealing. Not that I think Trump is an answer. Trump is the beginning of the beginning or the beginning of the end. If it’s true that only about 40% of the electorate have any sanity left and 60% of the electorate or just a 51% in a half dozen swing states buy into the insanity and temper tantrum of the left we will indeed have probably see our last election that means anything. If this nation hands over power to the left in its current condition the left will not hand the power… Read more »

sentry
sentry
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
16 days ago

People don’t care, all they see is Trump failing their ideals.

Exile
Exile
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
16 days ago

There’s no need to “hand over power to the Left.” It already has it. The GOP is just there to make it look like you’re not under one-party rule already.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Exile
16 days ago

If you still believe the system is on the level, ask yourself “who always wins?” policy-wise, despite voter preferences.

Rich
Member
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
16 days ago

Whichever way this election goes, November will be like the cherry bomb thrown in the high school toilet.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Rich
16 days ago

Alas, those had been outlawed by the time I was in high school. But I did blow up enough shit (not literally) in my youth that I grasp your analogy 😀
Attempting to sterilize a tiny bottle of rewetting drops in the microwave (even with cap off) is quite exciting, and requires no flammable materials 🙂

NJ Person
NJ Person
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
16 days ago

That is a thought. Trump, for all his defects and imperfections, might be the last Republican president for a long time, if forever.

Whitney
Member
16 days ago

The endgame looks like white genocide. I pray for a repeat of prehistory and another event like the Bronze Age collapse. I think it’s our only chance of survival. Actually does look like it’s in the cards will see. I’m an optimist!

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Whitney
16 days ago

Hopefully your somewhere where you can ride it out with a good chance of survival Sister…

Exile
Exile
Reply to  Whitney
16 days ago

You and 3g are on our invite list for our membership blog. If you like, drop us a line at membership.ig at proton.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
16 days ago

Too many of the Silenced Plurality are still true believers in ‘Merican’ universalism: European Christian morals, market economics, constitutional principles, the rule of law, self-imposed socially expected forms of personal behavior and a cozy neighborliness. They want to claw back to what was arguably the most comfortable bourgeois paradise ever in existence. The US from ’45 to ’70…with Western Europe experiencing the same once they had recovered from the war. They so badly want to see the policies that ruled that era reinstituted and made the norm. A ~90%+ white population is what made that possible. Now, 20% will actively work against returning to… Read more »

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

No one is asking you to be a martyr. My comment was address at dissidents in general. Not to stand on a soap box but to broach unpleasant subjects with people in their circle who are disturbed by recent events. A reasonable risk considering how things have so rapidly decayed during the past months.
But since you bring it up, not crossing a taboo too openly… you could have delivered yesterday’s article at Hazony’s conference and you would have fit right in.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

 My subtlety is lost on you.
Is it subtlety or a reining in because of the optics crowd…I understand walking a fine line but you have to admit your writing has toned down a bit from where you were even a year ago…I still standing behind you Brother but am a little confused on why the course is plotted in that direction…

GetBackUp
GetBackUp
Reply to  Lineman
16 days ago

Martyr:
One who makes great sacrifices or suffers much in order to further a belief, cause, or principle.

” My conclusion is there are those who get the futility of being a martyr and then are those who want me to be a martyr for their amusement.”

One of Z’s less than enlightened comments. Apparently Peter, Paul and associates were a bunch of rubes who should try and get their money back. Nevermind their creation of a mainstay of Western Civ.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  GetBackUp
16 days ago

They changed the world didn’t they, by their faith in God they were made free from the evil of this world even though it tortured and killed their earthly bodies…May us as Men of the West have that same faith and dedication to our Lord God and Savior…

Exile
Exile
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Unless Harzony is doing the Straussian exoteric-esoteric shuffle in those conferences, I think we have a good idea of what he’s talking about based on his extensive writing.

Is he telling people anything different behind those closed doors?

We trust you to clue us in on that.

Yves Vannes
Yves Vannes
Member
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

I managed to survive my entire adult working life surrounded by the Tribe and their bottomless pit of sycophants in one of the bluest corners of Clown World.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  thezman
16 days ago

Z Man said: “These cries for company in the valley of the damned don’t work.”

Hahahaha! Sweet! The charge of the light brigade. Count me out. 😀

Some Guy
Some Guy
Reply to  Yves Vannes
16 days ago

Most still believe they can kick the can down the road as long as they swear fealty to BLM. The silent majority of the 1960s and 1970s that showed up to shut down busing and forced integration eventually gave way to “I just wanna grill” that will keep making concessions to the left as long as they think they can sit on the bleachers of this unrest. Gun sales are going up but that doesn’t translate to ballot boxing our way out of this unfortunately.