Witnessing The Revolution

Like the Democrat convention, the Republican convention is mostly about the past, in that it is packaged and marketed to people who no longer exist. The Democrats put on a show that would have been great for their coalition of a generation ago. The Republicans are doing much of the same, tailoring their pitch to white civic nationalists, feeling generous in their prosperity. It’s a lot of happy warrior stuff, even though the warriors are too old now to be happy about anything.

American politics has been increasingly backward looking since the end of the Cold War and the rise of the Baby Boomer generation of politicians. No group has been as nostalgic, especially for their own past, as the Boomers, so it makes some sense that their politics would be backward looking. Clinton was supposed to be their generation’s Kennedy, while Obama was their Martin Luther King. Of course, every Republican has been one of their favorite bogeymen from their past.

The odd thing about Baby Boomer political nostalgia is it is both a longing for a past that never really existed, but also a nostalgia for a present that never occurred. On the Left, this manifests as fond memories for the 60’s revolution, of which they played no part, but also a sadness for it never living up to the promise. Most of the Boomer politicians lived normal middle-class lives. They were never street radicals. Then there is the fact that the cultural revolution was the work of their parents.

Conservatives have a similar thing going on. For them, the past starts in the 1980’s as the peak expression of post-war America. They don’t dream of going back to the fifties, because that would be racist. Instead it is the 80’s, when there was no racism, but it was still great to be white. On the other hand, there is the sadness that the Reagan revolution never amounted to much more than the conversion of America into a continent sized economic zone with an army.

There is more to the backward focus than generational nostalgia. The dynamic that emerged after the last industrial war has reached its end. The Left-Right political dialectic that rose up in the 1950’s was a product of the Cold War. It was a power sharing arrangement within the new ruling class of the new empire. The Left would hold sway over domestic issues, while the Right would run foreign policy. Economics was where they would hold mock battles during elections.

Once the Cold War ended, that dynamic stopped making sense. It is why the neocons are so desperate to revive tensions with Russia and continue the crusade against the Muslim world. They oppose a confrontation with China, because they have no cultural connection with the East and they see financial opportunities there. The people who finance their lifestyles are getting rich in China. The old dynamic was very good for the usual suspects, so they desperately want to revive it.

Something similar is happening on the Left. The stuff we are seeing with left-wing agitation and rioting is like a weird cargo cult. They are reenactors playing roles they heard their grandparents talk about at family gatherings. Those behind it are trying to conjure a familiar bogeyman from the past. They desperately want Bull Connor to show up with fire-hoses and attack dogs. They’ll settle for idiots in homemade armor, just so they can pretend it is yesterday.

It is common to call the 1960’s a cultural revolution. Some say it was the sexual revolution or maybe the youth revolution. Still others point out that the revolution started in the 1950’s with black civil rights. The great cultural upheavals that transformed the country started soon after the war and petered out in the 1980’s. The scene then shifted to the financial and technological revolutions that took America from the industrial age into the current age. The revolution never ended.

This is something the Bolsheviks figured out before anyone else. A society that moves from one static state to another is not revolutionary. It is merely adjusting in order to preserve the old order. A revolutionary society is one in which change is constant, because the revolution never ends. Of course, everything ends, but a real revolution never ends on its own. It must be extinguished. Otherwise, every change fuels the next change, which fuels a subsequent change.

This was the case with the Bolsheviks. The revolution carried on through the war and into the Cold War. Eventually, after Stalin and then Khrushchev, the people in charge had enough revolution and they entered a period of stasis. Despite all the rhetoric, Russia became a very conservative empire in the 1970’s and remained so until it collapsed in the 80’s and 90’s. Interestingly, the radicals were also right about what would happen once the revolutionary fires were extinguished.

Unlike Russia, America has remained in a revolutionary state. In fact, once could argue that the revolution started before the great industrial wars. You could probably date it to Gettysburg or maybe the Social Gospel movement. Some argue that the Civil War was a second founding of the nation, a rework of the first, but repairing the flaws in the original founding. This would then be the birth of the revolutionary America, the genuinely revolutionary America, that exists today.

In that context, the nostalgia and tumult we are seeing today is another chapter in the story of revolutionary America. As Fidel Castro said, revolutions are a fight between the past and the future. In present day America, the future is a land of different tribes with no shared history, language or culture. The past is the America both sides of the fading ruling class celebrate in their conventions. The thing that is certain in this fight is the future always wins, which is what we are witnessing.

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b123
b123
3 years ago

Tuned into the RNC last night. Trump was slobbering over a Hijabi, a Sari, an African, and a Hispanic who just got sworn in as citizens. Next up Eric Trump, looking like a homeless coke addict, bragged about the lowest black/woman/Hispanic unemployment in 6 million years. Then First Black Man in Position X in Kentucky came and spoke. Then I turned it off. Sure didn’t look or sound like any Trump rally I’ve seen. You’re totally right that it’s marketed to a people who no longer exist. It’s outdone only by the DNC whose message also ignores reality. Z, you… Read more »

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MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

I miss that guy I voted for in 2016.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

You miss the devil created by the press. The one thing I never had any delusions about with Trump was his alleged racism. Don’t get me wrong, I am as disillusioned with him as anyone else, but I always knew he wasn’t racist or even racially aware. But what I didn’t understand at the time, but should have, is why the press was constantly calling him a white supremacist. The reason they do it is not because they believe it, at least not in a literal way. It’s because they want to have a written record that can be referenced… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

I think Trump is very racially aware, but in an abstract rather than a judgmental way. He chooses not to act on race, and consciously does not act on it. He is always sizing up people across the table from him, friend or foe. He operates by setting his opponents up to personally fall, and going overtly racial would put him at a disadvantage at doing that. This is part of his singling out individuals for his vicious criticism, but not groups. He is not our guy, but there is a lot to learn from the guy, tactically.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Dutch
3 years ago

Oh, I agree wholeheartedly. Trump’s tactics are fantastic.
I don’t expect him to be our guy, but the pandering is weak as shit. It makes him look weak and let’s not forget all the criminal gibs Kushner pushed for. No matter what happens, blacks are never going to support him. At best, they stay home. But they like Biden and are highly motivated in a way they were not in 2016.

diconez
diconez
Reply to  Dutch
3 years ago

so he believes in individuals are above groups. boomer, even if more based than most. then again, the dissidence, specially the seculars, believe all there is are the magic genes, and that’s not true either. relatedly, one bright spot was Rand Paul claiming there’s be no more war if Trump was reelected. and another, the defenses made of medical professionals of Trump’s covid reaction, which could have been more ordered but definitely trying to put things back together. also, the emphasis on mothers rather than just women power, and an implicit appeal to white mothers. for whatever those few bright… Read more »

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

The people who wrote the Bible are still at it.

diconez
diconez
Reply to  Epaminondas
3 years ago

hey, at least the official compilation is Roman.

greyenlightenment
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

His “shithole countries” comment shows awareness that white countries tend to be better than non-white countries.

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

“racially aware”

That’s a keeper.

It goes down much more smoothly than, “hell yes, I’m a racist, because everyone is”.

Thanks, gonna use it if I ever open my big yap and actually have an opinion again.

Non-whites, for instance, nod in agreement when I say, “People are different, we have different ways.”

They like the recognition, anybody but cucks seeking approval would.

Last edited 3 years ago by Alzaebo
diconez
diconez
Reply to  Alzaebo
3 years ago

racially-aware may get you in trouble, though it can get by maybe, specially in higher-iq circles. but yeah, when you simply say “people are different” the others simply nod respectfully, if perhaps a bit warily. then again, that’s better than their usual uppity-ness based on taking advantage of cucking.

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OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Then First Black Man in Position X in Kentucky came and spoke.

‘Second Black Man in Position X’ and ‘Third Black Man in Position X’ are also accolades that have been used in biographies of various public figures. Not too sure about where it ends, ‘The Nth Black Man in Position X’… Of course, this assumes that the ordinal is the only variable. It could well be that ‘Black Man’ may be replaced with:

  1. Gay man
  2. Woman
  3. LGBT person
  4. Hispanic
Sandmich
Sandmich
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Oh, they exist; I was over at Breitbart this morning arguing with them (fools errand, I know). Some on our side have even posited that the convention is aimed at the ocean of normie-cons who cannot help themselves and lap this stuff up.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Sandmich
3 years ago

Was talking to my father the other day about the sorry state of blacks. Now, this is a man who 100% fully understands the genetic differences and that, barring outside intervention, culture follows biology.

But here’s his final thoughts on the matter, and I quote: “I just don’t what we (Whites) did wrong.”

It was like talking to Winston Smith after his time with O’Brien. My dad was staring at four fingers and wondering why he was seeing five.

NordicGoats
NordicGoats
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
3 years ago

What whites did wrong? They gave a group with the collective average intelligence of a Labrador Retriever the wrong end of the leash.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  NordicGoats
3 years ago

Almost perfect metaphor, except that I’d cuddle a lab.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Pit Bull would be more fitting…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  NordicGoats
3 years ago

Intelligence of a black lab, disposition of a Rottweiler with a glowing ember lodged in its tukhas.

David
David
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
3 years ago

My dad complains about blacks bringing crime in his neighborhood, then calls me racist when i say its genetic. I think we’re the minority, compared to billions like him.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Sandmich
3 years ago

Some on our side have even posited that the convention is aimed at the ocean of normie-cons who cannot help themselves and lap this stuff up.” Is that not an accurate observation?

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Sandmich
3 years ago

You can’t argue with Breitbart people. Only as a mental exercise, like a Sudoku. God created grim death to clean out bad politics like that. They’re sitting at their computers with oxygen tanks before going out to the Indian casino.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Every article thread, Trump is being brought up to show how he supports certain non-whites.
People get it, Trump ain’t an ethno-nationalist, got any better solutions?
Repeating this shit don’t make trump anywhere as bad as the democrats.

Last edited 3 years ago by sentry
b123
b123
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

That’s right, he knows us angry white guys will gripe and complain but still grudgingly come back to him for the general, like a battered spouse. Personally i just find it humorous, we do live in clown world. I support Trump because 1) as a symbolic FU to the global elites and 2) he causes the “left” to overreach and expose their insanity. I believe a Biden/Kamala would be a return to the “slow boil” process. Honestly my only solutions right now are 1) link up with like minded people (even if it’s just a few), 2) find a “team”… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

link up with like minded people (even if it’s just a few)

That few, if you’re fortunate enough to live relatively close by and in a rural area, could be the basis for a small, tight-knit community. Even if you’re in some urban hell-hole, having just a single ally is a tremendous boon – not just for the sake of venting thoughts and frustration, but because you begin to network in the real world.

Also, identify some useful skill/s and practice them.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

This article explains how the Commies build small, trust-based cell networks, well worth a read:

https://crimethinc.com/2017/02/06/how-to-form-an-affinity-group-the-essential-building-block-of-anarchist-organization

Exile
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

Cell structure is a mandatory social tech/op sec for Our Guys to master, especially operating “inside the wire.” Even our larger IRL communities should use this internally for decision-making and between communities to make ourselves more resistant to infiltration and limit its impact. Inevitably some guys are going to get targeted and some will inevitably collaborate. You have to plan for worst-case scenarios. Avoid being wholly centralized and always have contingency plans for bugging-out and regrouping. Invest in your communities with a dollar for now and a dollar in the “oh shit” fund strategy. For a larger-scale IRL implementation, see… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

Any reading recommendations re: cell structure?

Exile
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

The CrimeThink Inc site that Felix is referencing is useful.

Since Antifa allowed to speak about “direct action” without interference, we may as well use what they’re telling their own troops.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

Again a pitch for the would-be Fifth Column, the Lone Wolf. Yes, I know that organization has its strengths but also its weaknesses too. If you’re not a joiner, you may still have a chance to drop that monkey wrench in the right place at the right time.

tashtego
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

What would be our identity filter? I guess that’s a worry for later when trying to unite cells for cooperative effort. Cells could have really stringent identity filters.

Last edited 3 years ago by tashtego
Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

Or a tremendous anti-boon as the case may be…

Randian Supremacist
Randian Supremacist
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Yeah, I agree. I’m totally behind the “Trump, because FUCK YOU” bandwagon. FU to the elites, the rioters, and the shitlib whites who side against their own people.

What would be really interesting is if the election is super close and the Dems don’t concede. Hopefully you all will be moved out of the shitties by then. That means you too Zman.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

People get it, Trump ain’t an ethno-nationalist, got any better solutions?
Repeating this shit don’t make trump anywhere as bad as the democrats.

This is the problem in a nutshell. You’re being offered the choice between a turd and a turd with sprinkles on.

At least seen from an ethnat perspective: I’ll agree that Trump is not a bad president, but he’s not ourguy.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

“This is the problem in a nutshell. You’re being offered the choice between a turd and a turd with sprinkles on.” Libertarian reasoning in a nutshell: “The lesser of two evils is still evil.” (There’s a fallacy in there somewhere. )

Exile
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

Your fallacy is in mistaking a different evil for a lesser one. Death by cyanide or death by arsenic, it’s still death.

Last edited 3 years ago by Exile
Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

At least seen from an ethnat perspective: I’ll agree that Trump is not a bad president, but he’s not our guy.” Of course he’s not “our guy”, Felix. But that’s not the question: The question is whether he helps us at all, including just helping us keep from losing more ground. Will it really “make no difference” if Trump or Biden is President for the next four years?

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

Will it really “make no difference” if Trump or Biden is President for the next four years?

I don’t think it’ll make a difference with regards to immigration. Crushing white nations is the prime directive of the globalists and such strategic decisions are taken above the POTUS’ level, irregardless of who he is. They’re all sock puppets voiced by the same puppeteer.

Maybe it makes a difference on minor matters like infrastructure spending or health care; after all, the globalists don’t have time or resources to micromanage everything, so the sock puppet gets a few hundred billions to play president with.

Exile
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

Yes – Trump makes Whitey go to sleep thinking someone is protecting them. Obama was the best thing for hard-Right recruiting since the Black Panthers.

Trump has not even tried to slow down the anti-White juggernaut. His veto pen is buried in his desk under a stack of Tablet mags and a couple of Playboys. His DoJ has enthusiastically prosecuted his own supporters while antifas get let out of jail.

Last edited 3 years ago by Exile
Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

When there are enough of you to look like making a difference in an election.an election, “your guy” will show up. Until then, you will be wise to stop trashing people who could be persuaded to join your side, or at least are not rabid about getting rid of you.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  Gespenst
3 years ago

Yes, Gespenst. So many commenters here could be exchanged for the commenters on so many libertarian lists with their huffing and puffing and peacockery about who hates Trump the most and how him getting elected “won’t change anything” and how there won’t be any difference whether Trump or Biden is elected. Reason doesn’t seem to make much of an impact.

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

Things get interesting if Biden is elected. He is obviously deteriorating mentally and would soon be put in some kind of home. Kamala Harris, who really hates whitey, then takes over. The entire federal government, stirred up like a hornets’ nest by Trumps election, will swarm all over any wrong thinkers on command from Queen Kamala. I don’t believe the “won’t change anything” dissident righters have thought through what might be coming to them.

Last edited 3 years ago by Gespenst
Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  Gespenst
3 years ago

That’s the point. The DR is so few in numbers that it can be treated as a nonentity by politicians like Trump. Getting numbers, convincing people, educating people, learning to punch above our weight needs to be the goals.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

/ourguy/ is a heroic kid in wisconsin defending himself and and his community… for his trouble he is about to be crushed to a watery paste by the gears of the wretched system. We’re presently doing nothing whatsoever to help him in what will be an enormous legal battle that’s important for every one of us. we need a fundraising mechanism to start getting help to this kid, maybe even (risky) IRL activism, but at least a full court press of letter writing and disseminating the truth to normies of good will. I’d like to see Trump pardon him actually,… Read more »

Same
Same
Reply to  Anonymousse
3 years ago

This

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

Nope. Just dont bite the scheisse sandwhich if you dont want a mouthful of poop. Sometimes the way to win the game is to not even play. Trump’s “build the wall” should be Bush 1’s “read my lips, no new taxes” moment.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Lotta bitching and whining going on here about the very high quality and smoothly produced GOP TV-convention. It’s probably going to be a big factor in getting Trump re-elected. Which is a good thing, right? Right?

Last edited 3 years ago by Jim Smith
Exile
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

This message brought to you by Lady MAGA and BasedBlacked.com. Shalom, niggas!

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

Yep, there is (at least) one Lady MAGA. It’d be great if someone would do a spoof song/video. Weird Al? Bob Rivers? Are you still around?

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Jim Smith
3 years ago

When Trump pardons one of the Charlottesville guys or parades a White adjudged guilty of self defense up on stage as he did his black felon, let me know. Until then, I refuse to legitimize the farce.

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

To be fair, the Charlottesville morons flat out poisoned the chance of getting a pardon for them or anyone associated with their ideas.

Same
Same
Reply to  Gespenst
3 years ago

Go to hell, those men were brave in an age where courage is sorely lacking…they were naive but the right has learned the lessons from that day

gespenst
gespenst
Reply to  Same
3 years ago

Brave or not, what good did it do, other than give the left another bunch of bogeymen?

Being brave and dumb is still dumb.

Balkan Fanatic
Balkan Fanatic
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

That somebody would watch these circuses it is beyond my comprehension But apparently many did and according to their accounts they look like any previous minus covid Yet the war has been raging on the streets while normies watch “conventions” gripped by fear and cowardice hopping that somehow things will turn out right and they will continue to live their lives as comfortably as they always have The lack of courage and IQ is obvious but I wish to underline another much more important parameter so to speak, the total lack of instinct for survival It has been killed for… Read more »

greyenlightenment
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

The GOP may as well be called the Token Party.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
3 years ago

The only thing more pathetic than the modern bugmen who think themselves revolutionaries are the stupid placcid normies who let their neighborhoods get burned down and their livelihoods destroyed. Just sixty years ago ethnic communities would mobilize at just one black person entering the neighborhood. They knew, more would come, and the cascade effect would destroy their community. They also knew there were upper powers who were intentionally trying to destroy them. Reading history now, it was the racist homeowners who were bigots to the non-threatening outsiders and their fears it would destroy the community were unfounded. Then it skips… Read more »

Last edited 3 years ago by Chet Rollins
BTP
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
3 years ago

My wife told a story years ago about how her neighborhood responded vigorously when a black family moved in- all the sorts of low-level terrorism a Southern town might utilize: dog crap on the porch, scratched cars, that sort of thing.

When she first told me the story decades ago, she felt shame that her neighbors had acted in that way. Now, she thinks they were right to act with a calibrated level of unlawful behavior.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  BTP
3 years ago

That is happening a lot across the South now. The place has become a tinderbox, and toppling Confederate statues and monuments, to the extent they still exist, probably isn’t a very healthy pastime now.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

That’s hard to believe. I’ve lived in South Carolina. Every white man believes every negro male has the potential to bring an SEC championship to his favorite college. They worship football more than Jesus.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  BTP
3 years ago

This is something we need to bring back. Scare them. Make them uncomfortable. But do it very surreptitiously and don’t do anything that could be construed as life-threatening. Once the Hutus start getting the big photo, they might decide that behaving like semi-civilized human beings isn’t such a bad option after all.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

Why not watch the many videos of Black / Police interactions? Now, take into consideration that most of those injured or killed by the police would have survived if they had not been acting stupid, violent, resisting arrest, etc. Do you honestly think there is anything rational civilization can teach the dregs of Melanic Hominids™?

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Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  BTP
3 years ago

Doing the right thing is very tough sometimes…and no one wants to get their hands dirty now..(no one on the right anyway).

b123
b123
3 years ago

They don’t need to have a continuous revolution – they just need people to think they’re in one.

Zoomer wahmen think they’re the first generation to have sexual liberation and to ride the carousel. Zoomer men think they’re the first generation to experiment with drug use. Everyone knows that in the before times (before the year *I* happen to be born), racism was rampant. Anti-racism is totally new!

No way the un-cool racist sexist misogynist old people ever did that stuff back in the day! They keep the revolution going in young peoples’ minds through hatred of their elders. Satanic.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

So true. Satanic is right. The “do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” is wedded to the “year I”. Yet there is a coming home to roost aspect to all of this. Reverence and respect for elders – which is also what carries much of our shared history and culture, is difficult to cultivate when most of the elders refuse to age themselves and step into the various roles of actually being an elder and not just another competitor in the already crowded field. If oldness and all its glorious wisdom and humility is rejected out… Read more »

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Cato the Elder complained of this…

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Zoomer wahmen think they’re the first generation to have sexual liberation….”

From what I read, and that may be wrong, Zoomer women are the most anti-sex generation of human females since the days of Cotton Mather.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Spot on. It is the Year Zero and the 68’ers and the 85’ers want to party like it is 1999. There is a split screen quality to these political conventions, which really should be run in black and white as it is. On the right side of the screen, people yell the modern equivalent “Tippercanoe and Tyler, Too!” while on the left side of the screen statues of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler are toppled and their descendants assaulted and put to the torch. For laughs I visited NRO yesterday. There was a prominent story about how Hezbollah needs… Read more »

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

“Multiple nations across the former US” implies that Conservatives will fight back at some point.

Color me skeptical.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

Even if the conservatives don’t fight back, and you have every reason to doubt they will, there will be multiple nations. We have them now and they are quite diverse.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Are you referring to ethnicities, or political entities? I was referring to the later.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

The former.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

The former lead to the later, so we are on course.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

While we usually look at issues of us-vs-them, which is fair enough, consider that in the future it is likely to be an everybody-vs-everybody 🙁

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
3 years ago

Yea, especially the near future.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

There were faint signs of a pulse in Kenosha last night…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Yes, some Whites still have balls. It is a bitter irony, though, that they tend to be Boomers. Their younger critics are dribbling trouser gravy just like the cucks before them.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

The guy who shot the rioters who were attacking him in Kenosha appears to be a 17-year-old. Zoomers for the win.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Big question is his fate – assailed and jailed forever like James Fields for defending himself while White, or is self -defense still barely legal/

sentry
sentry
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

nvm

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Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

That’s a twist and good news.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

And charged with 1st degree murder.

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  RoBG
3 years ago

We need to be finding ways to fund Kyle Rittenhouse’ legal defense or frankly we’re all really a bunch of gassy loudmouths jacking each other off. He’s a hero AND his case is the most important precedent going.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Harsh opinion – Those with a pulse should have left years ago. Surely they recognized the signs of Marxist creep, and the fact that leftists were a growing majority? Well and good to be armed and alert, but not so good after things get spicy and the “jury of your peers” is a bunch of progressive whites. This is the big lesson-learned for me and mine – we have to constantly observe cultural reality and act accordingly. Doesn’t matter if my kith & kin have been in such & such county for 200 years – the question we should all… Read more »

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David Wright
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
3 years ago

Left where? To the hills in the hinterlands? Kenosha is mostly white with about 8% black so what warning signs should they have heeded to?

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  David Wright
3 years ago

As has been fleshed out many times on this blog, progressive whites are to be avoided as much as feral blacks. How is that hard to understand?

Warning signs? Plentiful for the observant man. Things like increasing faggotry and decreasing families. Rabid feminists gathered in the local Starbucks. Local voting trends and School Board decisions. The masked scowling at the unmasked. Signs aplenty.

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David Wright
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
3 years ago

Oh so now I have to figure out a way of avoiding people that look like me but with different views.
I understand, do you not? There is no running from all of this. Make some kind of stand or try to fight back.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  David Wright
3 years ago

We’re on the same side here but think we’re talking past one another. “I have to figure out a way of avoiding people that look like me but with different views.” Your sarcasm is reality; this is ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. Getting away from The Diversity™ is a subset of the solution but as we all know, coexisting with white progressives is an impossibility. “There is no running from this.” OK, but which hill do you want to defend first? Chicago? Portland? Kenosha? See my point? People from our side need to collocate with fellow travelers in defendable strongholds, not in areas… Read more »

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  CAPT S
3 years ago

Yes its difficult to sort the White from the white. But it must be done. The extent to which varies somewhat on the goodness of said whites. Geography and demography alike have insurmountable points and passes. The subtleties only exist within the comforts of “mostly white” decadence. But in advance of some mythological collapse that forces such divides to reveal themselves in constant contrast, the burden is upon us to find our people and build up trust and reliance in advance of – and regardless of – some coming catastrophe, be it civwar 2.0 or meteor. White guys with guns… Read more »

teachem2think
teachem2think
Member
Reply to  David Wright
3 years ago

We’ve come to the conclusion that that is 8% too many.
According to a young fellow (15 years old) who was helping to clean up last night’s mess, most of the scum were from Chicago and “out-of-town.”

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  teachem2think
3 years ago

About a third of the population gain for Kenosha between 2000 and 2010 were negroes.

skeptic16
skeptic16
Member
Reply to  David Wright
3 years ago

Eight percent is too high. Anything above 5% and you should start looking elsewhere.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

I saw, this encapsulates my thoughts on it pretty well:

https://dailystormer.su/citizen-defense-ar-15-retards-from-facebook-are-out-in-kenosha/

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

The question I always ask is why defend a Community that isn’t yours… People can’t shake the brainwashing that we are all one people…

Sandmich
Sandmich
Reply to  Lineman
3 years ago

The thing that’s always glossed over in regards to the Rooftop Koreans is that they were defending their own property, and perhaps that of their community. There’s only one business close to me that I would put in to that group, but oddly enough it’s owned by a Big Corp and I’m sure they would rather it be torched than have locals defend it.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

Yep the FBI ATF DHS and US Marshalls will punch well into overtime to surveil and eventually SWAT these white agitators when the time is right for their story. CNN will be there too so the goodwhite pron can play on a loop. Feelz good. In my “conservative” mostly white city someone spray painted “white lives matter” around a bus stop. Of course it also included some poorly sketched notsee symbols just to drive home the white=notsee for those white normies starting to feel frisky. Local mews had a package on it within the hour. The eyewitness who apparently first… Read more »

Exile
Reply to  Screwtape
3 years ago

I’ve seen multiple reports of “police investigations” into KKK-covid gear being worn in East County San Diego (home of Klantee). Notoriously wignat Torrance had recent raycisms as well.

Just what crime is being investigated?

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

That’s it. Listen to the Imperial Political Police when they are interviewed. They always do a “both sides” thing yet never seem to arrest the actual perps, the communists who are their allies. The FBI/DOJ had little credibility with anyone left before this happened.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

Exactly. The “hate” crime modifier is just one of many codified anti-white identity laws that exists solely as a frontlash weapon of anarcho-tyranny and patsy generating agitprop mechanism.

These clever regulations are both an electric fence around goodwhite moral superiority, keeping whiteness corralled as sheep, and as gateways in which greater federal powers can enter the “mostly white” communities should the sheep start getting all wolfie.

The crime is white identity.

MN Steel
MN Steel
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

The evil Andrew Anglin seems to have called it again. Can’t wait for the DOJ crack-down and those 180K sealed indictments to be opened.

Trust the plan.

https://dailystormer.su/as-predicted-ar-15-retard-is-attacked-by-antifa-kills-two-called-a-white-supremacist-terrorist/

Anonymousse
Anonymousse
Reply to  MN Steel
3 years ago

Andrew Anglin is (((Weev’s))) rent boy and doesn’t deserve to tie Kyle’s shoes.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Got a queasy feeling this morning watching the videos.

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

I’d hazzard a guess that it was mostly due to BLM rioters carrying signs that said: Packers Suck!

Educated.redneck
Educated.redneck
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Someone got tired of paying the Jogger tax. Maybe some ppl in WI would rather have the nagger than pay the naggergeld.

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

Conservatives never will. White working class towns will.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
3 years ago

I must be psychic because it was plain to me what the cuck response to Kenosha last night would be so I listened to the cuckiest of the cuckiest and tuned into Glen Beck. A direct quote: “Don’t engage in bloodshed! Take the beating! It will end this faster!” Yeah, Beck. Good luck with that one and your faux politics.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

If anyone can find a link to cuck Beck, play it between the 30m and 49m portion. It is the biggest cuck self-own and indictment I’ve experienced.

Chad Hayden
Chad Hayden
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

I can’t take a guy who looks like Santa Claus seriously

Frip
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

I’ve noticed Beck is showing up more in my YouTube homepage. Is he getting popular again? Remember when he made the cover of Time magazine?

Jack Dobson, how come you can give us the time segment to listen to, but no link? Do you not know how to cut & paste?

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Frip
3 years ago

I am estimating. I don’t know where there is a link to Beck.

Feel free. I would like to hear that again if you are so inclined.

It is the second time I have listened to the grifter in recent years. The first time he was confused, today quite ready to surrender

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

A different Beck said “Soy un perdido, I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me…” This was a pop hit in 1990s, YouTube “Beck Loser” if you like quirky songs.

BTP
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

These losers like Beck all want to be Ghandi, lol

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  BTP
3 years ago

They think they are Ghandi but in truth they are Petain, which really is unfair to him but I can’t find a better substitute.

jimmy
jimmy
Reply to  BTP
3 years ago

Gandhi got shot.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Just look at the codename of their big bad Leftist surveillance op – “Crossfire Hurricane.”

Real hip, guys.

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Ash Staub
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Isn’t that a Rolling Stones lyric?

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Ash Staub
3 years ago

Yes, from 1968.

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

In that case, perhaps you’ll understand why I think a good HRC codename would be: toothless, bearded, hag.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

But it’s alright now, in fact it’s a gas 🙂

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

It’s a gas gas gas

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Or “Laura” for short.

Kooks in Kenosha
Kooks in Kenosha
3 years ago

The idiocy of “antiracist” pro-BLM libertarians who have taken the FBI’s “boogaloo” bait is breathtaking.

Not only are these idiots marching around supporting BLM:
https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer/status/1298459563629457408

But there’s also speculation that the Kenosha shooter might have been one of these “antiracist” boogaloogers:
https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer/status/1298506102049591296

The guy of course had the right to defend himself since he was attacked by thugs, but if he hadn’t paraded around with BLM in the first place he wouldn’t be in this situation right now. Libertarians have learned nothing from Garrett Foster.

Libertarians may very well have a lower average IQ than blacks.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Kooks in Kenosha
3 years ago

Libertarians may very well have a lower average IQ than blacks.
That may be the case but they definitely are traitors to white people…

sam the man
sam the man
Reply to  Kooks in Kenosha
3 years ago

You know whose fault this is? The black woman who called the cops on Jacob Blake. Black women are constantly calling the cops to interject in their domestic squabbles.

Black women, stop calling the cops to deal with your violent black men on your behalf. Deal with them yourself.

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Guest
Guest
Reply to  Kooks in Kenosha
3 years ago

The Kenosha County Sheriff has already announced that arrests are coming. The shooter will likely be arrested and charged with murder and a host of other charges. Even if he is acquitted, this will ruin his life. Kenosha is a Blue city in a Blue state and should be left to burn. But if these people feel compelled to go into a combat zone they need to wear fatigues, a full face mask, helmet and gloves so they can’t readily be identified. It would be far more effective to hit a few random targets from a distance and GTFO before… Read more »

Kenosha Wake Up Call
Kenosha Wake Up Call
Reply to  Guest
3 years ago
Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Guest
3 years ago

Defund the police, defund the schools!

Why should we lift a finger?
They’ll bring more to this side of the river than we could in a hundred years.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
3 years ago

This was the case with the Bolsheviks. The revolution carried on through the war and into the Cold War.

Indeed. Over the last week I have been reading John Reed’s Ten Days That Shook The World and the thing that struck me the most was the way the Bolshevik key players would talk non-stop about ‘The Revolution’ as though it was a flame that could never be extinguished.

sentry
sentry
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

Revolution flame is the promethean fire, constant rebellion against God.
This is a very old concept so in a way they are right.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

Not only could it never be extinguished, it had to sweep across the globe. Hence the Comintern.

Exile
3 years ago

Society may be in constant flux but the Harvard Crimson still manage to ride highest in the tide that grifts all boats. As Heartiste often said, our present culture is prime territory for Dark Triad predators. We’ve all seen the studies that show how leadership in the managerial state correlates strongly with narcissism, sadism and pathological deceitfulness. These sharks grow fat on White Americans adrift in a sea of poz, blinded by rainbow glitter and deafened by sirens bewailing their thirsty WAP’s. Anyone who’s seen “Jaws” knows the vibe. When you’re cast adrift, you stay together, hold each other up,… Read more »

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greyenlightenment
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

geat post. society selects for sociopathy

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
3 years ago

I don’t know a whole lot about the 50s and 60s cultural “revolution” and “civil rights” movement, but the one thing I do know is that it is probably all lies. The current narrative about the revolutions of the 50s and 60s is the good guys who were “non-violent” and staged peaceful resistance against the fascist forces of the South is as much of a lie as the current “peaceful” “civil rights” protests happening right now. The babies of today in 2070 will be reading about the peaceful summer of love of 2020 when the “good-whites” and “people of color”… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

Today I look at those 1950’s pictures of White American troops forcing White American citizens to go to school with blacks, and I know it’s nothing but make believe all the way back. And the mass of people saw nothing wrong with that. Those pictures incense me. But repukes liked Ike.

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

It’s funny because we are not a natural Republican constituency. The GOP has always been full of cucks and traitors. It was founded as an abolitionists party. It was the party of big business and race egalitarianism and now it’s the party of cucks and big business “libertarians”
The historic Democrat party is FAR more natural party for the dissident “right,” particularly the race conscious dissident right. The Democrats got taken over by progressive loons even worse on the race issue than the cucks in the GOP.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  tarstarkas
3 years ago

Its like capitalists in tophats behind the barricades: 1984

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Hamsumnutter
Hamsumnutter
3 years ago

Nostalgia is a multibillion dollar industry. There are board rooms all over the world trying to figure out how to separate people from their money By selling them Reproductions of things they held near and dear or experiences with people or places that are long gone. Being on the edge of the baby bloomers spectrum 1964, I realized in my 30’sThat 1978 Ain’t coming back, and that when nostalgia crossed over to sentimentality my wallet was lighter And I wasn’t paying attention to what was in front of me. Maybe that’s the whole point of it. Distraction.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Hamsumnutter
3 years ago

Hence the irrational ongoing cult-like devotion to vinyl LPs and 60s-70s muscle cars.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

A. Analog recordings are more true to life.

B. Muscle cars are pussy magnets.

What may I ask, is wrong with that?

Felix Krull
Member
3 years ago

Another great column, you’re on a roll. <i>It is common to call the 1960’s a cultural revolution. Some say it was the sexual revolution or maybe the youth revolution. Still others point out that the revolution started in the 1950’s with black civil rights. </i> Or in the WWII, when the women started working industry jobs in large numbers. Or the twenties, when the Old World was in smoking ruins and people decided to burn down Old World culture as well and start again with dada and bauhaus, and when women started smoking and cut their hair short. In the nineteenth… Read more »

BTP
Member
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

I think we have to reject the Enlightenment, at least.

Chad Hayden
Chad Hayden
Reply to  Felix Krull
3 years ago

Ironically, the only reason this revolution continues is b/c of the huge power of the state. If we were to get rid of the police there’d be no one to come arrest you for doing a racism, and the country would balkanize faster.

It is the natural prerogative of the patriarchal man to enforce order in his sphere. The police took this away. Now we have the delicate white man hiding from the black man behind a (very porous) wall of blue. Remove the blue wall, and let the white man remember how to defend himself.

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Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Chad Hayden
3 years ago

Yeah as long as the cops and the family court judges also retreat from his kitchen table. As long as State power resides between a man and his wife and children the blaq man on the street is just one more symptom of that problem. Thats why continuing to invest in the various political and other apparatuses that perpetuate state power while complaining about state power is insanity. Arguing over which brand of psychopath tyrant deserves to sit at your own table while ignoring the actual premise that it has no right to be there at all is hardly the… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
3 years ago

Well, here is the test. TPTB have just discovered that the Antifa/BLM violence sends people Trump’s way, rather than away from him (duh). Will it stop on a dime? So much of what has been going on these last few years (Wuflu panics, Russiagate, impeachment, all the racial stuff) just appears so staged to me. It seems to be about, and mostly only about, removing the tick from the deep state’s neck that is Trump. If the nightly violence goes away by the first of the week, we will know how much things are being staged. If it continues, we… Read more »

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Dutch
3 years ago

Dutch said: “If the nightly violence goes away by the first of the week, we will know how much things are being staged. If it continues, we know instead that the BLM attack dog has slipped its leash.” The problem for the democrats is that there are a lot of amateurs out there mixing it up for personal reasons. the least of which is grand theft. So I can’t see how they could just flip a switch. And as for the BLM block heads “slipping their leash “, the management will obay orders I’m sure. As for the rank and… Read more »

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Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

The prospect of free sh*t does tend to motivate certain people and groups to slip that leash very easily.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Dutch
3 years ago

Indeed. Riots and looting have been all the rage for around 10,000 years.

pabulum
pabulum
3 years ago

I haven’t been following the conventions. I’m way more worried about which town black murderers and their white/Jewish apologists will destroy next, and whether my family is at risk.

The conventions could not be more out of touch with the reality on the ground, and it’s hard enough keeping track of the mayhem and wondering if you’re in danger than wasting time trying to follow the irrelevant theatrics on TV.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  pabulum
3 years ago

If there is more than a 50% chance of the violence coming to your town and your town not being able or not wanting to defend itself it might be time to move out of there…

gregory
gregory
Reply to  Lineman
3 years ago

BLM tried to hit up a small town in rural PA with like 300 residents the other day…

This shit can now happen anywhere in the country. BLM could even attack a random cabin in the woods.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  gregory
3 years ago

Tried what happened?

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Lineman
3 years ago

It didn’t end will for BLM/Antifa. The same things have happened in other small towns. Zinc, AR; Ft. Collins, CO; some small inland town in California early in the riots — the antifa soyboys and a few joggers roll in and find a bunch of armed men and/or men willing to mix it up and no big city Dem-controlled police dept. willing to stop them and the Antifa/BLM are either very polite or running for their lives in short order. Zinc, AR is only about 100 people. Barely a wide spot in the road, but a KKK leader lives there.… Read more »

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Exactly right Vizzini which was my point if he would of read all my post instead of just cherry picking the first part to try and make his point…

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  gregory
3 years ago

BLM could even attack a random cabin in the woods.

For sure.

Locally, I’m seeing houses in farming communities with BLM signs in the front yard.

Sandmich
Sandmich
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Yeah that is the most gutless of virtue signaling. Nary a BLM sign to be found in my mostly (for now) white working class neighborhood, but the closer you get to the Whole Foods the more BLM crap you see.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

“Black Owned”

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Good. You now have a sign-posting declared enemy in your area and you didn’t even have to research to find out who is against you and/willing to sell Your People out.

In the interim to possible future spicy times utilize your social network to isolate and locally vilify these Quislings. It is harsh but unless you are in an irredeemable wokester area you must harden your heart and try to excise this cancer.

Rumor, shunning, innuendo and the evil eye are your tools at this stage.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Lineman
3 years ago

All I can say is I plan to sit out the election period in our second, more rural home. I doubt our city would erupt as the jogger population is low. But it also is a college town and quite liberal, so the antifags could stir things up as well. Come the end of October thru at least middle of November. I think this election is going to be a barn burner no matter who wins, but especially if trump pulls it off.

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Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  usNthem
3 years ago

I think that would be a wise decision Brother hopefully you have some neighbors you can count on if it does kick off in your neighborhood…

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  usNthem
3 years ago

Probably a good idea and an even better one to be prepared for an extended stay if this becomes your plan.

There are some legs to the idea that we may not even know who is the next President until the new year as delays in counting, disputes, and legal appeals may postpone the decision.

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Barnard
Barnard
3 years ago

The true believers at Powerline thought it was one of the great moments in the history of the Republic. For what its worth, last night’s poll dump showed Trump improving in several states. In what I thought was a very odd ad campaign, I have started getting a YouTube ad featuring Chuck Schumer essentially screaming that Senate Democrats need the help of “grassroots donors” like me to “ditch Mitch” and retake the Senate. Given the resources these people have it is an incredibly bad ad even if I was inclined to support them. My entire YouTube history is nothing but… Read more »

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Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Barnard
3 years ago

Ergo, YouTube history is of far greater quality than 99.98 percent of all other YouTube history’s in existence.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Barnard
3 years ago

I don’t have a YouTube or Social History presence. I am guilty of donating some $ to Trump in 2016. The other day’s mail included gimme letters from the RNCC, Wounded Warriors, some group against Common Core, and Zioclops. Oh, and a phone call from Cornyn.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

That is at least targeted based on your donation to Trump in 2016. They will sell your name and address and any other contact info you give them to any group that will pay for it, which is another reason never to donate to a political campaign. What I saw had to be a blanket ad they paid to show after any monetized YouTube video. Campaign consultants don’t care that much about the results as long as they get paid.

sentry
sentry
3 years ago

Some argue that the Civil War was a second founding of the nation, a rework of the first, but repairing the flaws in the original founding.  Pretty sure USA was intended to be an masonic experiment from very early on, the new Atlantis, a place where the sciences that originated in Christian Europe, will be applied in order to create a luciferian world. US perpetual revolution state can be seen as taking the populations of the world and molding them like in a test lab into whatever the elite want them to be, this could be seen when looking at… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  sentry
3 years ago

Right? Every once in a while they will put some near-retarded slug from the FBI or whatever on the tube and he will proclaim how non-political their agency is and, hey, “we are looking for the Klan as well as the communists behind these riots!” Part of it is straight up lying because their Imperial masters sponsor the Marxists, but no small part of it is due to a near-geriatric memory of what the FBI did in the past.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

>  but no small part of it is due to a near-geriatric memory of what the FBI did in the past.
Most of what is modern America can be described at third stage dementia. Some faint wisps of the past with little cognizance of the present day. Like a child witnessing his parent lose his faculties more and more, it’s just going to get more depressing.

Chad Hayden
Chad Hayden
3 years ago

OT but interesting…an excerpt from a book recommended by commenters here – Christus Liberator An Outline Study of Africa. — [Dr.] Livingstone wrote to his daughter from the Manyuema country in 1870: “The men (carriers) sent by Dr Kirk are Mohammedans, that is, unmitigated liars. Musa and his companions are fair specimens of the lower class of Moslems. The two headmen remained at Ujiji, to feast on my goods, and get pay without work. Seven came to Bambarré, and in true Moslem style swore that they were sent by Dr. Kirk to bring me back, not to go with me,… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
3 years ago

Leftism cannot abide any status quo or else it ceases to exist, becoming conservatism instead. Its function is not to improve society but rather to perpetuate itself endlessly. This has been evident since at least the French Revolution.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

“Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change presents six of these critical issues transformed by visual culture: #BlackLivesMatter, gender fluidity, climate change, terrorist propaganda, the right-wing fringe and the 2016 election, and the refugee crisis.”

https://www.icp.org/exhibitions/perpetual-revolution-the-image-and-social-change

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Frip
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
3 years ago

So true. As Z said, “Those behind [the unrest] are trying to conjure a familiar bogeyman from the past.” The media and entertainment industry always pushing excitement. Circular agitation. Every year Hollywood pumps out more “Don’t Forget what Whitey did to You” movies. MSM follows with “Don’t You See They’re Still Doing it to You!?” Lefty leadership is like the perpetually angry spastic basketball coaches. “What are you doing sitting on your couch Tyrone! You need to get out there and break shit! GO GO GO!!!”

Drake
Drake
3 years ago

You explain it well because our current situation always strikes me as so odd. Given their behavior, ideology, and the damage they’ve done, of course we should be in a full-blown cold war with China. And of course we should be warming to Russia and trying to draw them to our side of the confrontation with China – they are more at risk than we are.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

I see it in the business world. As we baby boomers get older and retire or die the level of managers just below us in their late 40’s are trying to manage the younger generation below them like they managed the baby boomers. Problem is it ain’t working well. The next generation of American workers are different and require a different mindset. The current generation of managers is nostalgic for the way America used to work. They are like Hitler ordering around competent armies of workers that no longer exist. Its not only the political world that is nostalgic for… Read more »

b123
b123
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

That’s right lol. “I follow my own path” “I don’t want a boring life like the other people” “I want to travel the world” “I don’t want to be a cog in the corporate machine” “I want a job I’m passionate about”…

The list goes on and on. My generation needs to stfu and deal with real life – that kind of lifestyle just doesn’t exist for 90% of us.

Anyways, while the whites travel and “find themselves” the Indians and Chinese are finding themselves in university and taking over the middle class jobs.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  b123
3 years ago
Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Lineman
3 years ago

Followed by “A Millenial vs a Baby Boomer”

Hahahaha
SO good

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

The next generation of American workers are different and require a different mindset. I have noticed this too. The other day, whilst listening to my boss expound on his ‘leadership’ ability, it occurred to me that his ‘hands off approach’ and his ‘laid back style’ would not result in the same fruits with a different batch of workers – say, ones from a younger generation who thought that ‘being asked to work’ was against their rights… Those who take no pride in work and wish to turn it into a social club. It was yet another reminder that whilst it… Read more »

b123
b123
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

It’s all about emotional management.

The boss has to prove he’s on “their side” – the same way the NBA coaches have to cuck to BLM or the players will ignore them.

Young people generally have a poor social life and limited communities – not to mention Netflix that makes the corporate world appear much more thrilling than it really is.

Their expectation is that work will be their social club. Of course instead of wild hookups in the janitor’s closet, in real life most people just want to gtfo at 5.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Their expectation is that work will be their social club. This has been one of the most unbearable things to witness. I will say that it is mostly females who wish for this to be true, and to some extent for them it is. But you’re correct, for most people work is just a way to eke out a living – nothing more. If you are fortunate enough to enjoy your work that is great, but I have never understood the obsession people have with the ‘career’ – as if nothing outside of it matters. I have gotten more satisfaction… Read more »

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Their expectation is that work will be their social club.

I’ve experienced this in microcosm on expat assignments where I carry a disproportionate amount of the load.

It’s infuriating how everyone expects you to spend your off hours with the co-workers you carry all week.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
3 years ago

Why my husband and I only rarely attend the company Christmas party. Hubby is their big time earner, but he can’t talk to any of the other office guys openly, and the increasingly far-flung other company drones include increasing lashings of mystery meat. We prefer our own company.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Interesting when you think of how corporate life is portrayed – has always been portrayed, really. My friend’s ex-British army husband used to dream of the American corporate life. Now that he’s lived it for a few decades, he’s just as desperate for them to offer him an early retirement and GTFO. Of course, the corporate life he dreamed of wasn’t run by pajeets.

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

True, a person raised in a traditional home and raised with a work ethic needs little supervision for his or her manager to look like a genius. On the other hand white people raised with unrealistic expectations mixed in with lazy joggers all managed by HR type managers does not create a innovative and productive workplace for our new business world.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

I am not sure when, but I think that most first world economies have shifted from ‘maximum production’ as their mantra to ‘maximum employment’; and there is plenty of make-work to go around.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  OrangeFrog
3 years ago

If you were ever employed in government or government contracts, you’d probably never notice a difference 😀

John Carter
John Carter
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

Part of the difficulty is a lack of overall competence in supporting and entry roles. Many supervisors aren’t intelligent enough to explain things concisely and many workers lack initiative and sense of personal freedom to give something a shot. The method of “watch me to it and then you try it” gets substituted for “attend 5 seminars after which you’ll get the check mark for your box that tells us you’re qualified even though you haven’t done this job yet”. The response is to hyper-structure tasks and systems with a 6 gorillion step checklist that appeals to the feminine. I… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  John Carter
3 years ago

Also need to consider the level of competence and intelligence of those being trained. My younger kid is a reliable and willing worker, but he’s just not that bright. Something that seems intuitive to others needs to be explained to him (i.e. scan all items in the same warehouse location together instead of following how things are listed on the scanner and running back and forth).

John Carter
John Carter
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

Part of that might be inexperience. I made goof-ups as a teenager that seem silly in retrospect. I expect more from a 45+ y/o manager.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  John Carter
3 years ago

many workers lack … sense of personal freedom

Hit the nail on the head there. The sense of personal freedom, what it means to have such a responsibility, as well as the steps needed to keep it are lost on the youth. And in fact, as COVID shows, most people in general.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
3 years ago

Slightly off-topic, but in my experience a lot of Boomers are simply refusing to retire, which is blocking Xers and Millenials from taking that next step up the ladder.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

That observation, from my experience, is somewhat true but works this way: Boomer refuses to retire until past his expiry date, and the Gen Xers are passed over for a Millennial. It truly is a transition from mediocre to shiftless. Gen Xers had better learn and learn fast they have to go out on their own if that even is possible.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

I think that is exactly correct. I have observed it more than once.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Jack-

As a passed over Xer I concur.

Not dropping out of undergrad to get in on the dotcom boom as a founder and then acquiring a conventional corporate job was a huge life mistake on my part.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

I did my part, man! I retired at 54. I’ve cleared the path. Step up, whippersnappers!

Henry Lee
Member
3 years ago

Now, I wish for the 50’s. A few years ago I was wishing for the 40’s so bad I thought I’d be transported there like Christopher Reeve in “Somewhere in Time.”

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Henry Lee
3 years ago

I think we’re there … the 1850s.

Gespenst
Gespenst
Reply to  Henry Lee
3 years ago

I’m an early boomer and remember very well life in the 1950s. Say what you will of that era, it looked a lot like what the people commenting here seem to want. Family life was still the centerpiece of society. The fuliginous population was segregated, controlled and reasonably well behaved. Christian morality, if not always followed, set the standard for behavior. Manliness was virtuous, not toxic. Women were feminine in the best sense of that word. Businesses were contributing participants in the communities where they operated. Workers produced real things of value and hadn’t been transformed into ciphers in cubicles… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Gespenst
3 years ago

Fuliginous, nice word. Thanks, I’m adding that to the lexicon.

abprosper
abprosper
3 years ago

The tedious and stupid “patriotic.” brought literal tears to the eyes of a Boomer friend of mine.
I’m Gen X of course so I saw it for what it was, manipulative Civ Nat trash
As for Trump. I was bothered not by his Civ Nattery , I , a decently smart hippo knew he was a scorpion when he got on my back . I’ve a thick hide and frankly he’s been stinging people I hate. Its fine till I can get enough hippos together for a good old stampede.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  abprosper
3 years ago

My boomer mom was in tears listening to the Cuban guy. It does work. I only know because she called me afterwards….Did you watch it?….No, why would I do that?………

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Your mom sounds like a nice lady. Tell her for me, that I thought the ” Cuban guy” talking about his escape from Castros Communist hell and coming to the land of opportunity to seek a better life was touching as well.

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Carl B.
Carl B.
3 years ago

Kenosha looked like Millennial White boy vs. Millenial White boy. 2 Millennial White boy Leftists lie dead as a result. Yeah the White Ethnostate is really gonna happen.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Carl B.
3 years ago

All kidding aside, it appears as though the hatestream media has already realized last night’s incident is not the III%, 2A, blond-haired, blue-eyed white supremacist gunning down innocent youfs like dogs martyrdom event they are clearing salivating for.

JBlake is not going to get the pop Fentanyl Floyd did because they have already released (or failed to suppress) the portion of the video showing him acting like a fool when the police arrived.

Sandmich
Sandmich
Reply to  Carl B.
3 years ago

Well, it did just get better by three 😉

Lucius Sulla
Lucius Sulla
3 years ago

Regarding nostalgia, I’ve had this discussion with others. Are there any new ideas in the movie industry, or just reboots of things from past generations? The biggest hits in recent years are reboots of Star Wars, Jurassic Park, etc. Hell, they’re even rebooting Bill & Ted. When movies like Star Wars or Jurassic Park first arrived on the scene, they were new, innovative, different, a step forward in technology and storytelling. Now we just reboot those old things, usually as a pale imitation with more CGI. Could you imagine filmmakers in the 1970s rebooting stuff from the 30s or 40s?… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
3 years ago

Good point. Lots of remakes, showing as you’ve said, a complete lack of imagination – except for added CGI and of course, joggers. What would we do w/o them?

greyenlightenment
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
3 years ago

Many movies we consider great and original are based off of novels. There is little true originality in cinema.

Vegetius
Vegetius
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
3 years ago

New ideas? Retrofuturism? The recycling of the recycling? Part of the trouble is the industry has become increasingly geared towards a more low-common-denominator global audience. But I think a larger part of it has to do with the fact that artistic expression, at least in the west, stalled out in the 1990s and has now come to a complete halt. Why is this? This guy whose book I have linked to below had some pretty good insights. He was a Marxist (real, not cultural), a Joy Division fan, and a suicide (2017). I first read this essay a decade ago… Read more »

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Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
3 years ago

When they did remake movies back in the 70’s or 80’s they were sometimes better than the originals. The Thing, Invasion of the Body Snatchers…

Alex
Alex
3 years ago

Looking forward to the book and your tying these threads together.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
3 years ago

Antifa/BLM gets blamed and BLAM-ed. Unless I misread the news account, a 17-year-old protecting property in Kenosha killed two, presumably Antifa types. His trial will be interesting; absent exceptional proof of his being the initiator, speaking personally I would have a hard time convicting him. While it would be the last thing on Earth for me to condone such violence 😎 I imagine such incidents will give many Radicals pause and ask if breaking windows and burning stuff is really worth the risk. Or it may escalate things, who knows. I say “Bring it on.” Washington, D.C. no violence, merely… Read more »

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greyenlightenment
3 years ago

comment image

more like the front line of the all you can eat buffet

this is what we are up against, I am not worried.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  greyenlightenment
3 years ago

Looks like Heather Heyer…ask James Fields how that turns out…

Exile
Reply to  greyenlightenment
3 years ago

You should be. Those fatties have the power to take your job, family & freedom. They hold the power right now.

Don’t fall into the “when the civil war comes, we’ll kick their asses” delusion. The time for that fight was in the 1960’s and 1970’s and not enough of Our Guys showed up for the war.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Exile
3 years ago

I’m more of a “when national bankruptcy comes, they will no longer have the resources to project power” kind of guy. How many of then have underling university jobs? Most of those will be gone in the financial cataclysm.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Followed by the real cataclysm where they’ll disappear permanently.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  greyenlightenment
3 years ago
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Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  greyenlightenment
3 years ago

Those cows are the ass end of a big snake. It’s the head of the snake that’s killing our people.

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Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

Z Man said: “Some argue that the Civil War was a second founding of the nation, a rework of the first, but repairing the flaws in the original founding. This would then be the birth of the revolutionary America, the genuinely revolutionary America, that exists today.” I’ve never been a big Abraham Lincoln worshiper. There were good reasons people in the south called him a tyrant. I recently read an article on a site called The Warden Post about a book intitled: “The Basic Symbols of the American Political Tradition.” The authors contend that, in fact there was a second founding… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

Lincoln was a corrupt monster installed by railroad barons. He’s only revered today because the Republican establishment from 1970-1920 carefully reconstructed his image as emancipating deity, complete with Lincoln Memorial (now there’s something we can get behind tearing down). The country that emerged after him was entirely different, with all pretense to liberty taking a back seat to top down corporatist management.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

What your talking about is the northern hegemony. And that’s just the way war goes. Once to north won the war the industrial powers were free to do as they pleased. Now it’s the federal reserve and globohomo.

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

Speaking of that Mary Todd was eating carpet, that’s a fact, and Lincoln himself has the “Log Cabin Republicans” honoring him. So yep, it all started there. A homosexual couple in the White House responsible for over 600k dead people. That’s the real legacy.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

JR Wirth said: “Speaking of that Mary Todd was eating carpet, that’s a fact,…” I’ve never heard that Mary T. was a clam wrangler. I guess anything’s possible.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

Not only that, but it was 1850s carpet. Not the most hygienic era. You have to get all the way to Eleanor Roosevelt to get to a dyke of the same magnitude.

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

Holy s*** batman. That’s what I was thinking. Yikes!

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
3 years ago

What’s interesting about American history is that there’s this direct line of busy bodies going all the way back to the founding. The same busy bodies that are causing trouble today. They almost always get their way, but I think it’s different today precisely because it’s now a different county (literally, with a changed out population) than it was even in 1960. The founders, even the Anglicans, were very reformed in their outlook. They weren’t “building the kingdom.” They were trying to live, in peace, in a dangerous unforgiving world full of human scum. Then the Methodists came along and… Read more »

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

1820s?
HA

it goes all the way back to the Plymouth Pilgrims.

They literally left a prosperous and peaceful life in Holland to build Utopia in a desolate dangerous wilderness.

Irishfarmer
Irishfarmer
3 years ago

The Revolution is like a hydra, popping a head up in this country or that whenever the opportunity arises, sometimes for a good while and other times just a peek to test the waters. The global conditions are fertile ground for it, and there is no sign those conditions are changing anytime soon. That isnt to black pill, it is possible that like an addict humanity just needs to hit rock bottom is all. It isnt pretty in the gutter but sometimes thats the only way up. I like to think that in the meantime the Revolution can end at… Read more »

b123
b123
Reply to  Irishfarmer
3 years ago

Link to shooting vid?

I did see the “anti racist” guy get interviewed, I can tell right away he’s a paid asset or a plant. Never seen anyone talk like him.

Irishfarmer
Irishfarmer
Reply to  b123
3 years ago

Heres the best angle i could find shows all three hits pretty close up not much leading up to it.

https://mobile.twitter.com/BGOnTheScene/status/1298502384654651392

Thud Muffle
Member
3 years ago

Boomers sure have a lot to answer for.

Carl B.
Carl B.
Reply to  Thud Muffle
3 years ago

Oh really. So you have young, disenfranchised white boys shooting each other in the street instead of going after the scum politicians, educators, and Media whores who bear the greatest responsibility for the mass stupidity sweeping America today – and it’s the Boomers who “have a lot to answer for?”

Exile
Reply to  Carl B.
3 years ago

Carl Boomer, we’ve been over this before – NABALT, but your generation sucks.

At least there are young men in the streets. They’re not hiding at home polishing their entirely ornamental gun collections and fighting the power by mailing in Trump ballots.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Carl B.
3 years ago

“Disenfranchisements were made”. Sincerely, Boomer. Boomer hate is lazy, but kind of fun and cathartic too. As a cynical x’er I am prone to generational hate. Moments of weakness. But its nothing personal. And it comes from a good place: I just want the boomers to be better. Its tough love. Which is only fair as they want me to shut up, pay taxes, subsidize their pharma, and buy them out of the ponzi before the reaper rides in on AOC. We’ll just call it a push. Look on the bright side. Maybe those boys are just not who we… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Screwtape
3 years ago

Mr. Retired would approve. All those natural conservatives like Arjun, Nkembe, Yun & Juan Pedro III have just been temporarily derailed by the evil leftists currently controlling our awesome nation. As soon as we can offer them a “greater society” deal, they’ll be back on the conservative USA surfboard, no questions asked. Then we’ll be the big multi-culti smorgasbord we’ve all dreamed of.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  Screwtape
3 years ago

Screwtapr said: “As a cynical x’er I am prone to generational hate. Moments of weakness. But its nothing personal. And it comes from a good place: I just want the boomers to be better. Its tough love.”

Hahaha! “I just want the boomers to be better.”
What a wonderfully condescending little shit you are. LOL. Really, all my boomer love. 😍

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Frip
Member
3 years ago

Z: “Something similar is happening on the Left. The stuff we are seeing with left-wing agitation and rioting is like a weird cargo cult. They are reenactors playing roles they heard their grandparents talk about at family gatherings. Those behind it are trying to conjure a familiar bogeyman from the past. They desperately want Bull Connor to show up with fire-hoses and attack dogs. They’ll settle for idiots in homemade armor, just so they can pretend it is yesterday.”

This. This is why we show up at Zman’s every day.

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LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Frip
3 years ago

Oh, how I must resist the temptation to be an idiot in homemade armor. That time will come soon enough…

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
3 years ago

Sad theatre. Stuffed muppets going through the motions…not an ounce of honesty or honor in the lot of them. The jews pull the strings to make them sing and dance. Political porn, while the country falls apart. Rome 2.0

diconez
diconez
3 years ago

oh and it was good to see young Sandmann doing alright and remaining faithful. it was also good that his truth was clearly revealed. thankfully y’all north american whites have much less annoying natives to deal with; then again, too many north sea descendants wanting to be cucks too. it’s hard, but maybe converting would help. Rome did unite whites before.

also, young Sandmann does seem to have a certain cool haircut.

Frip
Member
3 years ago

A peek into our future: James Beard restaurant awards cancelled. From NYT: “As Black Lives Matters protests bloomed across the country, patience was growing thin over how few opportunities are given to Black chefs, including the opportunity to win Beard awards… At an emergency meeting…a foundation staff member who had seen the final voting results raised a second concern: No Black people had won in any of the 23 categories on the ballot… (Much snitching ensues to get whites removed from nominee list – Frip) The ballot would be edited to remove nominees the foundation now saw as problematic. But… Read more »

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JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Frip
3 years ago

I saw that. Now I’m going to be flying blind on new restaurant picks over the next two years. And when it comes back half of their picks will be chicken and waffle stands. What else can be ruined? I guess the Michelin list will do. Shitty app though.

Frip
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
3 years ago

It’s happening to New York theatre too. Musicals and plays. It’s a plus for us because restaurant and theatre problems directly perturb their liberal sophisticate patrons. They’ll see first hand how communism/BLM ruins things. This hits home. It’s the equivalent of riots coming to their own neighborhoods. Another factor is, much of the two industries are full of bitchy gay men who shake with rage over non-meritted advantage. People in both professions work extremely hard and are driven almost solely by credit and accolades. This shit ain’t gonna fly in those quarters. Look what happened to La La Land at… Read more »

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Archer
Archer
3 years ago

Why watch a minute of either convention?

Frip
Member
3 years ago

Some of you comment on here in a stream of consciousness manner, without any thought to how it reads. No paragraph separation, no thought of coherence. “My ideas..must get them out…h;lk#////!!—###3jews**8aljjjj bbbiierr lakjfa;io alk(((9+++8888 foauoiu…”

diconez
diconez
3 years ago

yes, the radicals knew that without endless senseless revolution (what else can be more senseless but abolishing all incentive to produce the wealth you need to redistribute, yet invent all sorts of control and propaganda to keep slaves hacking away anyway – to build Kalashnikovs and not much else), endless empire couldn’t exist. which is why without them radicals, the only eternal institutions that can guarantee Russian unity are those that defend the faith and traditions that keep Russian genos and ethnos together. true, it may mean losing some of the minorities, but at least Russia can grow more organically… Read more »

trackback
3 years ago

[…] ZMan is there for you. […]

PJS
Member
3 years ago

The O.G. modernist revolutionary was Martin Luther. We are living on reverberations from that singular protesting event fracturing western Christianity into countless versions. Once “reasoned” the vice sin into a virtuous deed (and other distortions of dogma) the floodwaters of hell were released.
love God and sin boldly” is one of the phrases tagged to him.

Official Bologna Tester
Official Bologna Tester
Reply to  PJS
3 years ago
JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

Wrote some great stuff on Jews by the way.

PJS
Member
Reply to  Official Bologna Tester
3 years ago

I have… https://www.amazon.com/Luther-His-Progeny-Protestantism-Consequences-ebook/dp/B0727XHNWB/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2M10LIJ74WNYQ&dchild=1&keywords=luther+and+his+progeny&qid=1598679571&sprefix=luther+and%2Caps%2C456&sr=8-1 I’ve seen many of Reeves YouTube videos… he’s educated and smart, but his defense of Protestant error come through. Dismissing Catholic review as most do is much like dismissing electromagnetic forces in the universe as insignificant and applying gravity as a sole solution – of which main stream physics does today… Luther spoke to the devil (his own account) and worked hard to justify his desire of flesh And sin… Sin bodly is also attributed to him… if you research what Luther started, you will find the seed of modernism and thus humanism there (I’m not sure… Read more »

Retired
Retired
3 years ago

Not sure why the author and comments don’t see the demographic future of America as an explanation for why we see Trump and RNC pandering to diverse people. It should be obvious that we will be the minority, and an all white Team Republican has no chance of winning without using conservative minded others to vote R.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

“Family Values cross the Rio Grande” for those “Natural Conservatives,” right?

Retired
Retired
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

The name of the game is to win the election. You ducked that. Play the cards you are dealt. Reality is a bitch. Find ways to make non-whites to share and live the same values. Yet, the whining about the Republican Party not suiciding itself is inexplicable.

MemeWarVet
MemeWarVet
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

So in other words, the exact opposite of what Trump ran and won on four years ago?

Retired
Retired
Reply to  MemeWarVet
3 years ago

Sad to say, but demographics is destiny. How big is the base? How long until that white base becomes inert? Expand a value base that agrees with the founding. Then you can keep your guns, and take on the swamp, it’s corruption, and return the dream called America. “They ain’t white” should not matter. I’ve seen it.

John Carter
John Carter
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

I don’t blame ppl who work in the Republican party for wanting to win. You never win by copying the other guy. An explicitly white message would pull way more non-whites than pandering does.

Trump’s message to Latinos and Asians should be, “You came here to live in a white, organized, law-abiding country” and then showcase black rioting, and the caravan’d hordes.

Retired
Retired
Reply to  John Carter
3 years ago

Why do you need the word, “white?” Values make a friendship, not skin color or country of origin. Remember it was “ Keep those filthy Dagos and Micks out of our country.” Even though I make this message, it does not mean that I believe in allowing illegal immigration, or an immigration program that does not fully assimilate immigrants. The old system called the melting pot seem to be working just fine, and that to me wasn’t the problem that got us here today as much As economic and political subterfuge beginning in about 1913.

Retired
Retired
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

I guess the down votes like the Fed and the communist infiltration into the USA after Soviets took Russia.

Major Hoople
Major Hoople
Member
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

It’s a nice thought, but not going to work. The Irish and Italians assimilated, and they were willing and capable of doing so. That’s not going to happen now and the future is a bitter multiethnic society. Think Austro-Hungarian empire.

Retired
Retired
Reply to  Major Hoople
3 years ago

Why are the D’s scared? Lemon said the riots are helping Trump. But long term you are probably right unless DJT gets 4 more years and is willing and able to do major damage.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  John Carter
3 years ago

Classic old White civnat projection. No, the Latinos and Asians did not come to live in a law-abiding White country. They came to get theirs while looting a former White country that is in its death throes.

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John Carter
John Carter
Reply to  3g4me
3 years ago

The point isn’t what they actually came for. The comment thread was about winning elections, and my point is if GOP wants to win then that line of attack would get more minorities than pandering.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

Do believe that we can vote our way out of our future as a despised minority?

Last edited 3 years ago by LineInTheSand
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Retired
Reply to  LineInTheSand
3 years ago

Certainly you cannot. That’s why we need to have things in common about freedom and liberty and culture with humans who are already here or who will be coming here and who will vote like us. We can circle the wagons and say whites only or you must be like whites and surely we will lose. Sorry for punctuation and other errors, but trying to tap in the discussion box on my cell phone requires some kind of magic before I can get the cursor to become active.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

Is this parody?

Retired
Retired
Reply to  Jack Dobson
3 years ago

Useless comment.

John Carter
John Carter
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

The best way to have “things in common” is to have common blood

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Retired
Reply to  John Carter
3 years ago

So just Saxons in America? Can’t win on that.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Retired
3 years ago

you must be like whites Be like Whites/Anglos is exactly what my Italian grandparents were told, and the America that accepted them had every right to tell them that and/or to not accept them at all. My Dad wasn’t allowed to speak Italian at home from the time he started school. Everything had to be in English. They raised him to be a White American, not an Italian. If my grandparents hadn’t been willing to be like Whites/Anglos, then it would have been right for them to leave, like about a third of immigrants during that period (turn of the… Read more »

Last edited 3 years ago by Vizzini
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Reply to  Vizzini
3 years ago

Good comment, similar ethnic background here, and I agree pretty much with everything written. You forgot some thing about earlier generations and more current ones: more current generations have been kept on the Democrat party plantation and the whole culture has been slowly destroyed since the 1930s by cultural Marxism through that gift to America Known as the Frankfurt school. People here are forgetting that and they see non-whites as being incorrigible but they never stood a chance to become Americans since the decay brought on by Hegelian ideas that have helped the left control the narratives. And control everything… Read more »