Thoughts On The Revolution

Sometimes it is good to take a pause from the action to reflect upon what has happened and how things have changed. Life is like being a bit of flotsam on a river, carried to some unknown destination. We all know that at some point we reach the big waterfall at the end, but the journey along the way is not so clear. Unlike the flotsam, we can create our own slow part of the river in order to rest and enjoy the view.

Ten years is not a long time in the life of a man. The older you get the more you appreciate this reality. Ten years ago, Barak Obama was the president and the ugly, brutish masses had just sent a message in the midterm election. The misty-eyed drunkard, John Boehner, was about to become Speaker of the House and the Tea Party movement was promising a bourgeois revolution from the top.

That seems like a lifetime ago. I doubt anyone would have predicted that we would be at this point, facing a world in which most of the country thinks our elections are rigged and we are headed for civil war. There were people way back then who thought we were headed for a civil war, but they thought it was a bad thing. Today, you get the sense that most people would welcome the final battle to settle things.

The French New Right theorist, Guillaume Fay, introduced the idea of an interregnum, an undefined period between the old age of the West and the new age. In this undefined and unsettled period, the West would lurch from crisis to crisis. The old order would rally to address the crisis, but not completely. Eventually, the natural order of man would prevail and a new order would emerge.

That is what we are facing now. It is clear that there is no return to the civic nationalist fantasy times of the 80’s and 90’s. Too much damage has been done to the institutions for such a return to be possible. That and the demographics would have to be fixed first and that’s not happening without a rebellion. There’s also the fact that people seem to be figuring this out and may no longer want to go back.

We live in the most interesting time any of us have seen. In the first phase of the cultural revolution in the middle of the last century, the institutions were strong enough to weather the assault. They were simply repurposed by the Left. In this phase, the institutions are too weak. Increasingly, the question on people’s minds will not be “how do we save them?”, but “how to we replace them?”

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Contents

  • 00:00: Opening
  • 02:00: Break The Conditioning
  • 12:00: Trump Was Never The Savior
  • 22:00: Politics Is Opportunity
  • 32:00: Our Reality
  • 42:00: Live In The Truth
  • 57:00: Closing

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Old Knight
Old Knight
15 days ago

It’s weird, but as chaotic as this year has been, it’s been one of the most productive of my life. This decade is going to be a wild ride, that’s for sure.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Old Knight
15 days ago

Same here. I know a lot of people are suffering and despairing, but this has without doubt been the best year of my life.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Drew
13 days ago

is this the year you left the ranks of I.N.C.E.L. behind?

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Old Knight
15 days ago

Agreed, here. Knowing myself, it may be due to the perceived threat — a great motivator that has a past track record with similar outcomes. Another reason may be the reduction of distractions and opportunities for them. The hallmark of the Trump era has been the knowing. Also, with the government actions, a term I prefer instead of ‘due to covid’ as the latter is passive and lacks accountability, distractions, costs and behaviors have been reduced, modified and eliminated outright. Look, two states respond to covid differently. One locks down hard. One does not. So is your business going under… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Arcadian
15 days ago

Arcadian, Bravo to you and the others. I often sense my enthusiasm and unbounded faith in Our People on this site annoys and irritates some. It doesn’t stem from naivete. Things are off kilter in this world and dark days are ahead. So what? We will abide and eventually thrive. If ever there was a race astride this earth that could adapt to adversity and create improvements in the interim; it is Our People. Other groups shellac their failings in long past real or imagined wrongs. Lay in the swill of failure and despair pointing accusatory fingers at those daring… Read more »

Arcadian
Arcadian
Reply to  Penitent Man
15 days ago

And thank you for the detailed Reply.

IMO it is a combination of tools, time and beer. Getting shit done has never not felt right.

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Arcadian
12 days ago

One of the best brass instrument repairmen in the entire world lives in Arcadia.

https://tinyurl.com/yxf2dshd

Back in the day, Arcadia was also home to the prettiest little Motel 6 you ever did see.

https://www.motel6.com/en/motels.CA.ARCADIA.10.html

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Captain Obvious
12 days ago

Jesus Christ this software sucks.

https://www.motel6.com/en/motels.CA.ARCADIA.10.html

Member
Reply to  Arcadian
14 days ago

Also, with the government actions, a term I prefer instead of ‘due to covid’ as the latter is passive and lacks accountability, distractions, costs and behaviors have been reduced, modified and eliminated outright. As soon as this madness began in the Spring I noted that the perpetrators had already gotten all the news and corporate mouthpieces using the same terminology about it. Everything was “because of Covid”. This is clearly a coordinated propaganda effort that was in motion at the very beginning. It was obvious to me that people were losing jobs and businesses were failing, not because of the… Read more »

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  pozymandias
12 days ago

Hell, even old school civil libertarian ACLU types should have been all over this shit from day one.

Except they weren’t.

So what does that tell you about (((old school civil libertarian ACLU types)))?

Linda S Fox
Reply to  pozymandias
12 days ago

Oh, YES! It’s too easy to blame COVID for problems caused by OTHER factors.
The disease has given cover to many different problems (all caused by Leftists, or their corporate enablers).
Hang on – it WILL get worse after January 20. No matter who prevails, the Leftists will go all-in to destroy our country.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Old Knight
15 days ago

In some people, stress and strain generate creative energy. For others, it triggers debilitating depression.

Q-ship
Q-ship
Reply to  Old Knight
15 days ago

Agree. A little nervous but excited to see what happens next. With volatility comes opportunity for our thing.

Deshawn
Deshawn
Member
Reply to  Old Knight
15 days ago

Not me, I got doxed/cancelled or whatever its called. Not only may I never work in my field again, I’m concerned about working at all! Oh well, it was worth it, hehe

Lineman
Reply to  Deshawn
15 days ago

Bet you have a good story to tell the grand kids then…

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Deshawn
13 days ago

go stab the person that doxxed you.

Captain Obvious
Captain Obvious
Reply to  Karl McHungus
12 days ago

go stab the person that doxxed you.

I don’t disagree with what you’re saying, but W0rdpr3$$ just shoah’ed Conservative Treehouse, and ZMan might not last much longer with that sort of rhetoric.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/11/15/the-treehouse-is-deplatformed/

Nationalist Christian
Nationalist Christian
Reply to  Old Knight
14 days ago

Same. I got incredibly lucky- I joined the army and shipped out right at the start of the year. Instead of college, I’ve been saving money and I’m now richer than I’ve ever been, in better shape, and am completely covered on rent, food, electricity, water, and healthcare. This has honestly been one of the best years of my life.

Linda S Fox
Reply to  Nationalist Christian
12 days ago

Hope the Biden administration doesn’t order you to fire on Dissidents. Hell of a moral choice to have to make.

Sidvic
Sidvic
Member
Reply to  Old Knight
14 days ago

Good for you. Must admit, I have been holed up, drunk mostly.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Sidvic
13 days ago

since retiring, i have been availing myself with the fruit of the cactus, combined with the green goddess. not only does this provide a sublime state of being (happiness at the cellular level) it also is neuro protective. at least in theory. i couldn’t imagine trying to traverse 2020 sober. not if you can afford not to.

whitney
Member
15 days ago

“Ten years….seems like a lifetime ago.”

Last week seems like a lifetime ago

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  whitney
13 days ago
OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
15 days ago

We want an independent judiciary!

Independent has now become one of those annoying buzzwords, always considered good no matter what it is attached to. A bit like AWS (Amazon Web Services).

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I prefer Ass Whooping Supplies. This year has certainly provided that.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
15 days ago

When you mentioned Trump saying “We’re going to have to look into assault weapons” I was reminded of an amusing response from a former colleague. We had just been talking about firearms in England, and then he brought up the ‘assault weapons’ thing (he was one of those that had to slam Trump and the US given any chance)… Says he: Assault weapons are stupid. The Americans think they need them for home defence. But with an assault rifle you may fire and hit your target, but with the trigger depressed constantly, the recoil may drive your aim up into… Read more »

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

This is where some history on “shall not be infringed” regulations is helpful. Prior to the 1934 National Firearms Act, everyday people (particularly vets) owned untaxed/unregulated machine guns … there were no reported incidents of any sleeping wives being shot.

There’s a reason our enemies are against “assault weapons.” They’re very effective against 2-legged pests.

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

When your knife attacks are on the rise, UK public figures actually do discuss mandatory rounding of the knife point and confiscation of the non-compliants. This is a real thing over there.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Heavens, it is all so embarrassing. It seems to stem from the need to ‘do something’. If it ain’t guns, it’s knives. Not knives it’s pencils. At primary school (I count myself just about old enough to have avoided the dire feminization of the last 20 years), we all used to wrestle on the playing field. It was great fun. Furthermore, a handful of us use to have mock ‘knife fights’ with lead pencils – stabbing at the arms and legs. Like I say… they’ll come for the pencils soon! One lad migrated to the Parker ball-point pen. He liked… Read more »

Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I’ll post in it’s entirety something I wrote on a different site some of us here are also on. Eventually I’m sure everyone, not just police, will be wearing personal bodycams at all times anywhere there are likely to be interactions with other hominids. Think of it as the logical extension of social distancing but not because people might give you an imaginary virus. It will be just because you need to have them on film when they start acting like total shits, perhaps because they’re social distancing fanatics and are incensed that you violated their 6′ bubble. It’s the… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  pozymandias
15 days ago

“Basically everyone will become a Dalek and all human interactions will finally cease.”

Hopefully Dalek tipping will replace cow and portapotty tipping for rebellious teens.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  pozymandias
14 days ago

It’s been said that if God didn’t exist, man would have to invent him. It used to be that people were mocked as dumb and superstitious for believing that an invisible man in the sky was watching their every move, so they should be on their best behavior. Since that belief has been mocked out of existence, people don’t behave anymore, so now we need cameras everywhere. It appears that religious belief really cuts down on the need to buy surveillance equipment.

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Drew
14 days ago

Very true. It’s a hallmark of Western man that he monitors himself through “guilt” culture, which is distinct from the “shame” culture of the Orient, which says ‘don’t get caught.’

Western civilization is the only one that has risen to this height but it looks like it’s giving way in favor of a primitive “power” culture where neither shame nor guilt are strong but instead the ethic is ‘don’t be insignificant if you get caught.’

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Don’t be embarassed. Almost nothing is worse than being governed by Mayor Lightfoot. Except being governed by Gov. Pritzker. And protectd by AG Foxx.

Although I am secure in the knowledge that it will all grow much worse.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Crikey. I see what you mean, this extract from Wikipedia had me in stitches:

Lightfoot is the first openly lesbian African-American woman to be elected mayor of a major city in the United States. She is the first openly LGBT person, the first African-American woman, the second woman (after Jane Byrne), and the third African-American—after Harold Washington and Eugene Sawyer—to be mayor of Chicago.

They give awards for anything! I do feel for you, old son. These are the only qualifications this kneegress has.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I guess Houston is not a major American City. Or maybe lightfoot predates the lesbo mayor of Houston from 2010.

Andy Texan
Reply to  c matt
15 days ago

You missed the key modifier ‘African-American’ Parker was a white lesbian.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I call billshit. That creature is part chimp and part circus clown. There’s even pictures to prove it!

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
15 days ago

Creature from the black lagoon is her dad

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Give me a grinder and some 1ft long pieces of 1/8″ steel and I can make knifes all day.
Give me a lathe and a metal brake and I can make you a Sten gun.

Uncle Sammy
Uncle Sammy
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

Give me a grinder and a six-pack of ice cold lager and I can call it a day.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Uncle Sammy
13 days ago

there is a song in there, somewhere 😛

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

Ammo will be an issue at times but that homemade Sten copy is really only useful when you have will to use it.

Last edited 15 days ago by abprosper
Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  abprosper
13 days ago

who will be the American Breivik?

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

Good. At some point your services may be needed.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Rwc1963
13 days ago

there is no shortage of guns. just people willing to put them to work…

jake
jake
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Nothing changes though.
The US has a ban on Kinder Eggs.
That’s a real thing in Merkinland.

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Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  jake
15 days ago

Having accidently inhaled and choked on a miniature plastic Oscar Meyer Wiener Mobile whistle as a small kid, and being saved because I swung upside down on the cannon I’d been playing on and landed on all fours, thus compressing my lungs on impact and expelling said Wiener Mobile to … a whistle … I must say that I am somewhat empathetic to banning chocolate coated small toys. I’d hafta learn more about Kinder Eggs and the default is not to ban before I cast my chocolaty opinion. Are the toys cool?

tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

That’s because they can’t do what we can’t do, which is to discuss the reason these weapons are such a big problem. Brits could buy drain cleaner for as long its been around. The biggest problem with drain cleaner was accidental exposure. But now, people who come from lands without plumbing use it a weapon. America doesn’t have a gun problem and Britain doesn’t have a knife or acid problem. We both have an African, Mestizo and Pakistani problem. White America’s homicide rate is about the same as in Europe. Strip out blacks and latinos and we look just like… Read more »

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Exactly. And breaking that conditioning is remarkably easy: take them to the range. Take them skeet shooting.
Look – your instincts, hard wired in at the genetic level – is to BE armed. If your plane crashes in the jungle, the first three things you do are food, water, shelter. Then you arm yourself against predators that want to make a meal of you.
i recommend doing as our host advises with gun grabbers. Mock them, deride them and laugh at them if you can’t reason with them.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

Yep. Take any gun grabber into the forest or mountains and see how long before they are begging for a rifle or pistol.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

People that timid shouldn’t vote.
I go deep in the woods with a stick and a knife, often just a pocket knife without fear, caveat two legged vermin.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

Spot on. I can personally attest to no less than half a dozen former “Ew guns” folks that I’ve converted by that means. 4 out of 6 now own at least one gun.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Penitent Man
14 days ago

Problem is many of those have not fired one.

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

These arguments pull you into the weeds. Don’t go there.

The Founding Fathers wanted the government to afraid of the people, not the other way around. The best way to do that was to have an armed citizenry that could band together and threaten rebellion.

Assault rifles are exactly what the Founding Fathers had in mind.

B125
B125
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

My answer to gun grabbers is – No.

Pretty simple. No games, no bullshit, no negotiation.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

The late Mike Vanderbough preferred a simple answer “If you try to confiscate our firearms we will kill you.” though yours is certainly less provocative.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

Good point. Best argument, “No, BFYTW.”

Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Idiot is talking about muzzle climb. It’s where each little kick of recoil pushes the weapon up a bit on your fully automatic weapon. Those are actually still (sort of) legal here but they won’t let us make any new ones and the remainder of the registered legal ones are getting expensive, like $50,000 and up. What most gun control nutters think is an assault weapon is just a semi-auto like the notorious AR-15. They look a lot like the US Army’s M4A1, which can switch to full auto mode using a selector switch. This kind of sloppy misidentification and… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  pozymandias
15 days ago

Well, remembering my past training in using fully auto hand held weapons, we were taught to control muzzle rise. Indeed, that was the purpose of the exercises. Now at a certain point, say some big bruiser, .308 or better, you’d have a hard time. But in those cases you fire in short bursts so as not to lose control. Heck, you fire in bursts most all the time. Empty magazines present a problem all of their own. 😉

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

You may know little but your friend knows less. “Assault Weapons” are, as he says, fully automatic. They require a special license which is very difficult to obtain. I am not aware of an unlawful killing with an “Assault Weapon” fire on full auto in the US but I’m sure there’s been one. What the dipshit liberals in the US call assault weapons are no such thing, They refer typically to AR15’s and similar which, like most modern rifles are semi-automatic. One pull of the trigger fires one shot and ejects and reloads ready for the next.Some share some outward… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Bilejones
13 days ago

Assault weapons are difficult *and* expensive to obtain. Thanks to Reagan, an M16 will set you back $30-40K to legally register and own one—your State permitting such ownership. The ubiquitous H&K MP5–used in all those TV shows and bad guy movies, $40K+. The official registry for fully auto weapons allowed in civilian ownership is something like 200k+ (IIRC). A drop in the bucket given the millions and millions of semi-auto’s in use.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

The only particular use I can think of for fully automatic fire (to which your interlocutor appears to have been alluding) is to provide suppressive cover for an advance on hardened positions (or to defend against same). The vast majority of “assault rifles” in the hands of law abiding US citizens is semi-automatic, meaning the round will fire, eject and the next one will load with pulling the trigger, but keeping the trigger depressed will not cause the next round to fire. To own a fully auto (legally) requires a lot of additional red tape and taxes, so few own… Read more »

Last edited 15 days ago by c matt
tarstarkas
tarstarkas
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Anyone who lives near London has to understand. As a denizen of Lagos on the Delaware, people around here instinctively understand the need for firearms. To be honest, I always thought gun control was about blacks, that the Democrats living in these urban warzones didn’t want the natives to have guns. But even if that was once true, the justification has drifted to “we hate the people who love guns!” That is what gun control is all about. The rural white absolutely loves guns. That is all they need to know about guns. They hate guns for the same reason… Read more »

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  tarstarkas
15 days ago

I like tofu and guns.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

If “assault weapons” are so evil, they why do the cops “need” them?

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Xman
13 days ago

see the Hollywood Shootout, for the answer to that one!

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
15 days ago

I can honestly say I don’t consume any MSM content at all anymore. Reading that stuff is like being insulted by 12 year old girls. STUPID 12 year old girls.
Alt tech is where it’s at!😊👍

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

Mainstream news is junk food from the candy aisle

The internet is more like a Vegas buffet and if you know where to look can get good quality eats

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

mainstream news is more like fenatyl laced xanax.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

yeah, you be right he he

I guess more like the drug aisle at the pharmacy

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

For any reasonably intelligent person, life in the Western world is a gratuitous insult to one’s dignity and self-respect. Alas, reasonably intelligent people are in increasingly short supply.

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

Misquoting Voltaire but entirely relevant. “Every page is an affront to Common Sense”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
15 days ago

Ah. Common sense is so 18th century…

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
13 days ago

for any person with a sense of smell, life in the non-Western world is a gratuitous insult to one’s olfactory sense.

WJ0216
WJ0216
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

Absolutely. The weakest majors on the college campus, now dominated by hyper emotional little girls are setting the national agenda. Just never look at the MSM.

Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

Unfortunately, I’ve felt compelled in recent months to at least gloss over the mainstream news. It’s not to be “informed” about anything but just to learn what the latest lies and half-truths the dumber people are going to be made to believe for the next week or so. If you are forced to live around zombies it helps to know where they’ll be shambling off to next in search of brainzzz. it surprises even me just how overt and heavy handed the bias has become. There’s no longer any attempt to be subtle at all, particularly when it comes to… Read more »

Last edited 15 days ago by pozymandias
Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Glenfilthie
15 days ago

I’ve also removed the Ace of Spades morning news update, Breitbart, Frontpage, etc. from my morning news scans. Their “Judeo-Christian” take is for the benefit of the former playing the latter as fools.

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  Penitent Man
15 days ago

Ahead of you by a few years. I just recently removed Unz except for Linh Dinh. Ron Unz himself has declined materially but Sailor et al. have nothing interesting to contribute. Older articles which are archived there and valuable but the covid and messicun stuff in recent times is fetid trash. It goes without saying that Fred Reed has been dead to me for years.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Sailer lost all credibility with his Covid freak out

Phoenix
Phoenix
Reply to  Falcone
14 days ago

He is also a negrophiliac.

Sandmich
Reply to  Penitent Man
15 days ago

I always check in with Ace and Instapundit to see how normies are coping with their collapsing CivNat orbit.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Sandmich
13 days ago

it’s funny watching the boy Reynolds pretend he isn’t Bezos’ organ grinder monkey; larking it up for peanuts and spare change.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Penitent Man
13 days ago

ACE shits himself and screams every time the wind changes direction. he sounds like a physically disgusting individual, too.

jim regina
jim regina
15 days ago

This website shows world population growth presently…of course, it’s approximate but it’s the closest I could find…Question: How can we be in a PANDEMIC if the world population keeps going UP !! You can be assured that in 1918-1920 during Spanish Flu (approx. 68 million deaths), the population DROPPED ( look it up)…. The powers to be are just racking up positive (flawed) tests and not ABSOLUTE FACTS (dead people)….just sayin’

https://www.theworldcounts.com/challenges/planet-earth/state-of-the-planet/world-population-clock-live/story

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  jim regina
15 days ago

In Northern Virginia with ~2 million people, deaths with Covid – not from Covid but with Covid – have been averaging about one per day since July. More recently, it’s less than one per day.

So, ~300 people a year would die with Covid (so maybe it accelerated their deaths slightly) out of 2 million or 0.015% of the population or 1 out of ~7,500 people.

For this, we impose lock downs. The word madness doesn’t do this justice.

jim regina
jim regina
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

I’m not even looking for Covid deaths!! Just TOTAL BODY COUNT (to remove cause of death “errors”) !!

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  jim regina
15 days ago

Yeah, CDC excess death numbers show the virus doing exactly what you’d expect: slowly burning out.

It would burned out quickly but the lock downs slowed it down, but the path is the same. The vaccines – assuming they even work – will “stop” a virus that was already nearly done.

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

The payment plan. A lot more expensive in the long run, right?

Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

Shoving the vaccine down our throats is their next agenda item, probably through employers being required to have all their cattle employees vaccinated. We need to be working every legal angle to challenge these efforts before they even start. Worker’s rights and civil rights should be used to tie this shit up in court as long as possible.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  pozymandias
15 days ago

HIPAA law as a possibility? If I can’t ask why the Box Wine Auntie has her “medical comfort dog” eating off her table in a restaurant then my level of vaccination should be protected too.

Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
15 days ago

There’s the religion angle too. I think the Jehovah’s Witnesses or maybe it was the Adventists who are against vaccines and get a pass on vaccination. If there isn’t a religion that forbids Beer flu vaccines I’ll invent one myself. Maybe I’ll become the L. Ron Hubbard of the Church of Vaccinology.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  pozymandias
15 days ago

Our rulers hate religion and won’t accept that though some States mostly in the South will protect the faithful.
As for why the ruling class fawns over Islam. Disrespect these guys religon and they’ll kill. If Christians behaved this way, we’d be a much more moral albeit boring culture.

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

It’s not madness, it’s a strategy…

B125
B125
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

Strategy for what ends, though?

Here in Ontario only the shitlib Toronto, and brown/asian suburbs are locked down. They seem to be harming their own base the most.

I’m genuinely curious what the plan is.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

Klaus Schwab, “The Great Reset”.

They are always confident and arrogant enough to brag about what they are up to, and to broadcast it out.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

It’s a good question. I can think of at least a few plausible answers. First, lockdowns concentrate economic power in Leftist corporations at the expense of small businesses, which cannot withstand the long-term loss of revenue. Second, government accrues new and hitherto unthinkable–except in totalitarian states–powers, which they will not relinquish once the “pandemic” is declared over. Third, in forcing the masses to wear Karen Kloths, and engage in other idiotic behaviors, they habituate people to the life of livestock, which is exactly how the Power Structure views them.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

Heh, I mentioned Klosh Shelbb and “The Grack Rest” (work it out) in an otherwise anodyne comment word choice, and the system flagged me for manual approval. Interesting.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

The plan is to destroy any independent small operators (colloquially, mom and pop businesses). By consolidating and conglomerating, control over the economy becomes that much easier, and the populace that more dependent on government edicts (permission). Easier to deal with one Bezos or Fuckerberg who own 90% of the market than a million of them running around out there sharing that 90% more equally.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  c matt
15 days ago

Also note the push for all digital currency, which is meant to kill the cash economy and prevent the Dirt People from using it as a tool to avoid taxation and control.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

white leftists hate brown people

never let them fool you

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  B125
13 days ago

It is a puzzler. The riots here were intended to have the same effect, but the question, “to what end?”, never has been answered.

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

A couple of people at work tested positive. Nobody is worried they’ll die. I asked why the lockdowns and masks. Crickets.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Paintersforms
15 days ago

Because the slaves love their chains.

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

Because the slaves love their chains.

I only have that feeling when commanded by my dominatrix.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

What’s more, the stricken are all dutiful mask wearers. Ironic, or maybe not.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
13 days ago

god damn do they ever. it’s been a real revelation. all this time i thought my cynicism was at 11, and now i find it was really 1.1 ?! i live in socal, and there are so many borg-ready people here, voluntarily wearing masks outside while exdercising?! WTF. sigh. too bad it’s not legal to shoot them…

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  jim regina
15 days ago

It is better to examine the age cohorts that represent the world population. You can google such. The world population increases more to sharply reduced death rates as opposed to sharply increasing birth rates. African of course is a head case, but everyone else is slated to drop in population shortly as the oldsters die off. Last prediction I saw was a leveling and decline at 9B+.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
15 days ago

it will be interesting to see where the anti-prog anger goes, over the next year. even when Trump is sworn in for his second term, there is residual anger, and lots of it. I see sports taking it in the ass (even more so), as well as woke entertainment. Fox is already in a death spiral.

bubba
bubba
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

“when Trump is sworn in”

The copium is strong with this one.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

yah, that’s why gore won in 2000.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

Nah, Jimmy Carter the Sequel should’ve happened, but doesn’t make intuitive sense when framing the Bush win as a soft coup.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

Karl, we’re on the same side for once. The simulation is definitely broken 🙂

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Paintersforms
13 days ago

welcome aboard!

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

It would make sense for Trump to be sworn in for a second term. His electoral victory is impressive when only legal votes are counted. (The vote fraud operation is also impressive; it will destroy us if not crushed.)

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Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Jim Smith
15 days ago

The vote fraud operation is Trump’s final boss…

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

I hope so. Maybe it’ll cure him of his squishiness.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

It’s 2020. Anything’s possible. Perhaps this time it will be something good. That would be the greatest madness of all.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  bubba
15 days ago

so is the math.

Spin geraht
Spin geraht
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

Shane Vaughn. Youtube
What happens if Trump doesn’t concede.
find and watch.

B125
B125
Reply to  Spin geraht
15 days ago

Whether there was voter fraud or not, Trump has convinced normie cons that there was. In fact normie cons are now tied at the hip with Trump.

When the Republican state legislatures ultimately do not appoint Republican electors, the normiecons will see it as the Republicans selling out Trump and failing to stand up for them, *whether or not* there was actually fraud!

Its genius, the GOP will be destroyed. No more donations and they will have no voters. He’s doing what we here at Z always said must be done.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Spin geraht
13 days ago

very well done video. thanks for the tip.

Tomc
Tomc
15 days ago

There’s a solar eclipse on the day the electoral college meets. Be afraid zman!

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
15 days ago

The thing with Jared Taylor, Derbyshire, Buchanan, and the like is they’re ancient. Buchanan and Derb are past that point where even looks are a reliable indicator of age. I’ve noticed as I hit my sixties and coming upon 70 that, despite a concerted effort to maintain mental and physical acuity, I began to hold a disdain for change. Some times I long for the “simpler” days when I just came of age and it was all sunshine, bunnies, and unicorn farts. No, in reality coming of age for me was the military, swamps, and jungles. Then Ranger school, then… Read more »

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Forever Templar
15 days ago

Respect. Esp. for the special forces attempt back when they were truly hard corps special.

There’s a fair amount of longitudinal studies that show men’s overall happiness declines steadily from 20-50, then for most men, the trend turns around and they become happier and more content over time up until their 70’s. At which point, it can go either way.

(Good broad discussion for curious old farts here: https://arthurbrooks.com/article/your-professional-decline-is-coming-much-sooner-than-you-think-2/)

Something I remind myself when I hear Buchanan, the Derb, and Taylor who seem pretty content even when their topics are bleak. They’re following a perfectly normal life arc.

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David Wright
Member
Reply to  Forever Templar
15 days ago

I have read Buchanan every week for decades but now it is too hard to see the old boy phoning it in and acting like it is the conservative/liberal framework of 1985 still.

Even with Jared Taylor’s dense takes on politics it is obvious younger men need to lead the battle. The older dissidents have done heroic work but keep them under advisement.

B125
B125
Reply to  Forever Templar
15 days ago

I have only the highest respect for Jared, Pat, Perot, etc. but yes, times are changing.

And that’s healthy, it’s why we have other dissidents like Z who are gaining popularity. It will be an inter-generational struggle.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

A couple months ago Taylor had a one-off guest cohost on the AR podcast, a younger righty who’s more up on things, who tried to lead into a riff on the crowd of Ivy Leaguers, NGO lawyers, politicians’ kids, etc., who were arrested along with the stereotypical homeless tranny tweakers during the antifa riots. Taylor wouldn’t hear of it. Only “losers”—throughgoing bad-family bad-genes born losers—could possibly be involved. It’s easy to forget Taylor’s not a dissident or outsider or extremist or whatever, since almost everything he says is forbidden. He’s just an old conservative who never changed—a personification of old-conservatism,… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Hemid
15 days ago

Amren’s been featuring various “How I Became a Race Realist” posts each week, and almost all of them are from non-Whites. The other week he featured the guy who used to comment around the web as “Jewamongyou,” a dark-skinned Sephardic Jew in America who, per Amren, “proudly” identifies as a Jew. My very brief comment, without any slurs or curses, asking why, in that case, he didn’t go live in Israel among his own people, was banned. Amren’s commenters increasingly identify as ‘non-racist.” I no longer share all the ‘respect’ for Taylor.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  3g4me
15 days ago

Same experience

Amren has gone wobbly

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  3g4me
13 days ago

AmRen banned me from commenting there when some whiney white asshat wrote an article about his unhappy relationship with a black woman seeking advice on how to get out of that relationship. I suggested suicide. So I got the boot. Fine. They can do without my patronage. Greg Hood was easily the best writer there and I can read him at Unz. Jared Taylor is not the kind of guy we will need in the coming fight. It’s going to get vicious. Gentlemen are not going to cut it.

Suburban_elk
Reply to  Epaminondas
13 days ago

Fwiw Taylor is an extremely strong dude, physically, for his age, or any age. (There’s videos of him doing gymnastics exercises.)

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Suburban_elk
13 days ago

He’s going to need it.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Forever Templar
15 days ago

There is a scene in the movie The Postman I think it was where the rebels tap an elderly man (Vietnam vet in that case) to help train the new recruits. Don’t write yourself off yet Soldier, you maybe over the hill but your know how might be valuable in the future

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
15 days ago

Samuel Whittemore.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Forever Templar
15 days ago

Yep, the aspect of endless struggle/change at our advanced age is not a prospect to look forward to. On the other hand, who here commenting can settle for a life of watching TV and hammering down a half dozen beers each night? It seems not possible to “turn out the lights” mentally after a lifetime of avoiding such.

CAPT S
CAPT S
15 days ago

I was reminiscing recently with some old shipmates about Clinton’s “Don’t Ask-Don’t Tell” policy for gays in the military. Today it seems quaint, kind of like an Andy Griffith show. Then I see Biden bringing a transvestite onboard to “advise” on military policy. Talk about decaying institutions … the DoD’s warrior class is on life support.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
13 days ago

What alpha male wants to join such an organization?

Yak-15
Yak-15
15 days ago

We are fast approaching a white male “who is John Galt” moment. We need to encourage this to come quicker.

Charles St. Charles
Charles St. Charles
Reply to  Yak-15
15 days ago

Only there’s no hidden valley we can retreat to to escape the looting dindus, (((tiny-round-hat-people))) and goodwhites. That said, I am a military retiree. My pension is adequate but not spectacular. I am still fairly young and could easily go to work for a corporation or government or educational institution – I’ve had many opportunities, but I just don’t want deal with the bullshit, so I guess you could say I have retired, or “Galt-ed”, while I am still able to make a contribution to the vaunted GDP. So I just do some independent contract work where I don’t have… Read more »

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Lineman
Reply to  Charles St. Charles
15 days ago

I look at more as regrouping rather than retreat…You have to actually have an organization before you can retreat which we don’t have at the moment…We really are going to need one another for what is coming so why not be grouping up now and build those Communities while things are still held together by a thread…One day that door is going to be shut and then you are going to have to make do with where you are at and with those around you and if it’s sketchy then your chance at survival will on the lower end of… Read more »

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Yak-15
15 days ago

You just need the high voltage electricians who maintain the power grid to take a couple months off. And then watch the country descend into 1700’s.

Lineman
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

I don’t think anyone is ready for that Brother…When I see our side up to that task well then who knows the switch may be in play…

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Lineman
15 days ago

Everyone is in a really fragile place right now, including us. Think about it, twenty five years ago, there was no broadly operating internet. It was all telephone, paper, face-to-face. Now, everyone’s lives and well being, including ours, depends on the net. That is a whole new layer of fragility, both because we need that system to be functional for us to operate, and because everyone’s ability to function away from the net, IRL, has withered. I suspect the day we are all screwed is when TPTB simply switch off the internet. We won’t know what is going on, we… Read more »

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

Great points. I’ve got a friend about 20 miles away that’s steering a few of the like-minded toward a ham radio network. As for getting national news, we can get a lot via shortwave. On the bright side, this friend’s young teenage kid is quickly becoming the comms expert … he got his ham license at 12 and he’s a whiz. But you’re right – when crisis arrives the cell network and internet are likely to either be down hard or unavailable to dissidents with poor social credit scores.

Steveaz
Steveaz
Reply to  Yak-15
15 days ago

The only escape is to burrow inside. We are already in the gulag. We just didn’t know it yet.

Tools you’ll need include meditative helps, like 26%THC Indica hybrids (top flower, of course). Your guns are useless here.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Steveaz
15 days ago

Gross.

Rage against the dying of the light.

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abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Yak-15
15 days ago

This has already happened though its less “Going to Galt’s Gulch.” and more retiring and not leaving anyone behind with the needed skill base.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
15 days ago

Why we think the elections are rigged. What happens next is the game changer and will reveal if our government is the CCP’s meat puppet.

“Ron (@CodeMonkeyZ) / Twitter” https://mobile.twitter.com/CodeMonkeyZ?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Higgs Boson
15 days ago

Thanks for the link. (FYI, this Twitter thread describes some elements of the PA voting software and speculates on how it might be manipulated). As most of it is well beyond my ken, my takeaway is to question why would a program designed to tally votes, a simple counting process, need such complexity? My old school code writing experience tells me that a simple ten or twenty line open source program could do the job correctly, with clarity, and with security.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

Any half dozen persons here could develop a reasonably honest voting system, or at least spec it out. The system is the way the system is precisely because it is designed to fail. That is to say, allow improper voting and tabulating. I won’t elaborate further as we all know the general aspects of what’s wrong and the common sense solutions.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

YW. This dude’s a hacker. He’s great too.

“Werise on Twitter: “Synthetic Minority Oversampling Technique (SMOTE) https://t.co/ajuHnEeMLk” / Twitter” https://mobile.twitter.com/We_Have_Risen/status/1327156084994437120

Rwc1963
Rwc1963
Reply to  Higgs Boson
15 days ago

If you want to be despressed go look up how many food companies in the U,.S. are owned by te CCP.
They own our food supply.
Make no mistake our business class sold out the country,
Of course few know about this because well because it won’t go over well with the population.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

Where does food come from?

Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Nunnya Bidnez, jr
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

the Soylent factory??

Hail Yes
Hail Yes
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Where does blow come from? I’m so sheltered, I do not care, just send moar please. That’s an order, underling!

-Hunter Biden

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Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

Probably the only good thing the millennials did was bring back farmers markets and impress upon people the value of getting you foods from locals

Other than that, millennials can go ahead and die already

he he

I kid I kid

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

White Millennial males are now +11 GOP see my above post.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  abprosper
15 days ago

knowing that white guys still see through the b.s. is always good news

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Rwc1963
15 days ago

I don’t know.

I’ve tried to insert the CCP influence into meatspace conversation and normies don’t seem very bothered by it.

Sandmich
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

That is interesting. If the Chinese people themselves got word that the CCP was going to have a heavy hand in food distribution they would have their house stacked to the ceilings with shelf-stable foods before the day was out.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Sandmich
15 days ago

I should clarify the CCP hints I drop are more general in nature and not specifically focused on the food supply.

Yak-15
Yak-15
15 days ago

The next “being white is ok” sign is simply a white sheet of paper. If you live near a college campus, take a few moments out of your day to staple a blank sheet of white paper to a buckle tin board. Why? Cause it’s funny

Lighfoot Brigade
Lighfoot Brigade
Reply to  Yak-15
15 days ago

If this catches on someday, expect them to counter by ceasing to bleach paper on environmental grounds. Paper will be beige. They’ll then turn attention to white eraser boards ….

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Lighfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Yes. And in doing so, they just make everything more brittle.

Arthur C.
Arthur C.
15 days ago

Speaking of reaching the normies, can I make a technical suggestion? Do you think you could release the podcast as individual segments?

That makes it easier to send a “hey, watch this” link to people. Non-fans and first-timers who see the clips on Twitter or YouTube are also much more likely to listen to one 10-minute segment than a whole hour-long podcast.

Also makes the content less dated: people can find old ones that seem relevant, but very few people will listen to a whole old podcast.

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  Arthur C.
15 days ago

Tell the normies what point on the recording timeline they should set the marker and jump in. Simple.

Drake
Drake
15 days ago

When gun-grabbers go off on “assault-weapons” I ask them if hunting rifles are okay. When they say “yes”, I describe a bolt-action hunting rifle that can easily kill a man at 500 yards. I enjoy their horrified expressions.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

you might ask them what specifically about an assault rifle makes them (the AR) “bad” compared to any other rifle.

T. Morris
T. Morris
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

They look so scaarrry!

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

30 magazine clips for starters. That allows them to shoot about 30 magazines a second and 50 clips in a minute man. That ALONE requires a full ban.

Then there are ‘ghost guns’ which literally turn invisible after firing and can be hidden right on your back because of this cloaking device.

Armor piercing bullets that move at relativistic speeds easily able to penetrate an entire building, from one side to another or breach the armor on a main battle tank.

Are you insane who would want this type of tech in civvy hands?1!1!!

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OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

This was always something that I found odd about our UK laws. We have a restriction on many types of firearms, but bolt action rifles are legal. Something that permits a skilled marksman to dispatch an entity at range.

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

Of course I cannot speak for all countries. But from some I’ve lived in or visited I know that Western European countries typically strictly restrict handguns. But rifles and similar long guns are legal for the citizens to own. I’m not a gun nut, but Common Sense tells me that any rifle capable of killing a medium to large animal is equally capable of killing a human.

Gunner Q
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
14 days ago

It’s concealability that bureaucrats worry about. JFK-style assassinations just don’t happen anymore. Even that one only worked because he was riding in an open vehicle.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

I’m well past explaining anything to these types. If its not guns its something else that they use to elevate themselves above you and the rest of us dirt people. That’s all it is to these people. Constant self-assurance that they are more evolved, that the reside across the great divide on the right side of history and all that. It has nothing to do with actual “Constitutional Law” or any other well-reasoned argument. They presume that we need to justify ourselves and our choices because that’s how they exist. They are prisoners, trapped by their own need for constant… Read more »

Lineman
Reply to  Screwtape
15 days ago

Well said Brother…

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Screwtape
15 days ago

Top poast, needs about 50 more upvotes. Great minds think alike I could have wrote this myself.
There is still WAY too much hand-waving not only on the right but also in the DR as evidenced in some of the replies here. They simply cannot break the mental conditioning to attempt logic, reason, and facts while arguing with the equivalent of emotional 5 year olds.

Why do you need a… (assault rifle, giant gas guzzler, cigarette, confederate flag, <insert other lefty nanny state cause here). There is only one answer required:
BFYTY

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Screwtape
15 days ago

I own a gun because a cop is too heavy to carry around.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

I have such a beast. After prolonged usage, I fear the first man it will kill will be me but perhaps not, who can afford to go down to the range and put a hundred rounds through a 308 or creedmore nowadays.
I like to tell them the concept was that in WWI (the war to end all wars- how’s that workin for ya?) it was deemed better to kill a horse loaded with ammo crates at 1000 yards than try to kill a sniper in a trench at 400. Their little PETA tears are a joy to watch.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Bilejones
15 days ago

I can guarantee there are few experiences finer than the ability to scoot, shoot, and hit a man sized target consistently at 300+ yards with an assault rifle. At that range a human figure is pretty small and seems remote. That’s just the distance I’d like to be away if he’s carrying a rifle. At my age, I have to hump with an ACOG scope, but those seem standard now in the sand box with 20 yo’s, so fine.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  CompscI
15 days ago

Hitting a squirrel in the head at 40 yards isn’t a bad experience either. With the added plus that they stew up great in the crock pot.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  CAPT S
13 days ago

And if one needs to feed oneself, perhaps a better experience. Hats off to you for your marksmanship!

Valley Lurker
Valley Lurker
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

The thing about the left is they love telling people all about things they truly do not understand. I have noticed this does not exist nearly as much on the right, especially “this” right. I admit to the things I do not understand and try not to get caught in discussions on those issues. If I do, I just listen or try to frame it in a way where I can contribute based on a philosophical/ideological frame work. Or ask questions purely out of curiosity and a need to learn. I’m old enough that this should not surprise me and… Read more »

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Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
15 days ago

An easy way to mock the system is to be healthy and vigorous while walking into a store without a mask and tell everyone who challenges you that you can’t wear a mask because of a health condition.
If you think saying you have a health condition is a lie, remember that the powers in charge consider racism a public health crisis.

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

The health condition is having a properly functioning brain so it’s not even a lie.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Peabody
15 days ago

Being sane in an insane world is the ultimate mental health condition.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

I’ve started using the line “I have a medical exemption.” When they ask why I tell them I’m allergic to tyranny. The looks are priceless.

Lady Dandy Doodle
Lady Dandy Doodle
Reply to  CAPT S
15 days ago

Stealing this.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

Wearing t shirts and shorts in the cold weather REALLY ticks off the scolds

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

So does riding a bike with no hands and no helmet.

rashomoan
rashomoan
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

I’ve been using this all along when challenged by an employee, LEO, or sanctimonious cat lady. (It is true – being told to wear a mask raises my blood pressure.) I have never been asked any further questions. They seem to believe HIPAA applies to all questions about health regardless of parties involved.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

Oppositional Defiance Disorder is now in DSM5.

Thinking “fuck you” is now a mental illness.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

Everyone has a health condition until they are dead. That is when all health conditions cease.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

Costco CEO said yesterday, “Fuck you. No mask. No service. No excuses.”

Lucius Sulla
Lucius Sulla
15 days ago

I’ll see your commentary on Baltimore and raise you Detroit. For a couple generations now, it has been majority black, and for at least 20-30 years 80%+ black. Now they are intentionally creating urban prairies in place of where the civilization used to be. And to your point, the only development and investment is from white businessmen who still believe, or at least want to believe, they can rebuild the city – the Ilitch Family (Little Caesars, Red Wings, Tigers), Dan Gilbert (Quicken Loans), Ford, and GM. What is funny is that after a few generations of this, and 40… Read more »

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

people are actually farming in cleared areas of downtown detroit. must be what Rome was like, after the empire fell.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

Escalades stabled in the cathedrals.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

Exactly this. Rome lost 99% of its population after the fall of the Western Empire dropping from roughly one million to ten thousand.
Michigan has better soil so it will probably drop to twenty thousand if it goes full agriculture or to maybe two hundred thousand if the US can manage simple industry.

Lightfoot Brigade
Lightfoot Brigade
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

Detroit was once our crown jewel, the best-funded city in America. And then it went on a jogging craze with joggers a’jogging everywhere.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

When my puppy would tear up the bedroom, all proud of herself like she’s made something spectacular with bed stuffing here and knocked over cups there and chew marks on the furniture and the place in ruins, I would play off the interior decorator theme and call it Designs by Eva.

Well, modern day Detroit is Designs by Lincoln

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Lightfoot Brigade
15 days ago

Several years ago Spiegel Magazine did a photo essay of Detroit before and after. For those capable of hoisting it in, Detroit as depicted in that essay is a microcosm of Western civilization under Leftist and third world assault.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

A picture is worth a thousand words and all that, innit? I could also do one for Dresden 1945 to present but then everyone here understands ‘magic dirt’, isn’t. And HBD is real.
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David Wright
Member
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
15 days ago

They have learned nothing except they actually need a white mayor to fix things so they can go back to the normal shakedowns.

Knowing what we know about elections, are you sure they voted for Mayor Duggan or the powers that be decided to put him in to plug the major leaks before going back to business as usual.

Lucius Sulla
Lucius Sulla
Reply to  David Wright
15 days ago

Yes, perhaps Dominion algorithmed Duggan into office

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Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  David Wright
15 days ago

businessmen are always rolling the dice, but good luck getting anyone with a real job and life to move in and share the risks (and none of the potential rewards).

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Karl McHungus
15 days ago

There is always generation hipster to stupidly do so. I know a few then after a year or two tucked tail and ran to the suburbs. Learning nothing in the process.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  David Wright
15 days ago

Royal Oak, MI is flooded with these types.

B125
B125
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

Even the hipsters are smart enough to stay out of downtown/midtown though. Only the truly insane/suicidal have purchased condos down there.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

I know well of this.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

Trump (inadvertently) did his job brilliantly and might pull off one last hurrah. The first Trump presidential campaign showed conservative Whites how much the media truly hated them and that the media would lie, cheat and steal. Trump’s early years as president show conservative Whites that the GOP was not their party and never actually cared about them. Trump’s later years as president, showed conservative Whites that 1) there was a Deep State (FBI, CIA, etc. working toward their own goals and survival) and 2) it hated us. Now, Trump legal efforts (if he pushes it) will show conservative Whites… Read more »

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

Between the Clinton Foundation and Hunter’s laptop, he exposed that our foreign policy was just a money-laundering scheme. The military-industrial complex is real and they are desperate to start some more meaningless wars.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Drake
15 days ago

Enough in fact to lie to the President face about troop withdrawals. Tim Pool While the behavior is outright seditious IMO , I do understand it. Even pre Covid the US economy was in free fall and there really isn’t much of a way to make a living. Now these guys have pensions but our “elite” have a terrible entitlement complex and think they ought to be upper class not middle. The rest of the economy is fracked beyond repair as well, no one getting married, very few kids born and no solution to any problems the nation is facing.… Read more »

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

I don’t think it was inadvertent at all. He demonstrated a mastery of moving the system in his preferred direction, in the face of organized, concerted, and powerful institutional resistance. All without much help. He rallied public opinion to support his efforts, including people one would never expect to fall in line behind him. He did it his way. But, yeah, it appeared chaotic. His NYC in-your-face and double-down style hurt a bunch of people’s feewings, which gave his opponents the excuse to elevate mundane policy differences to life-or-death battles, and to paint his behavior as evidence of both specifically… Read more »

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

A tasty white pill for y’all.
Rueters/Ipsos reports, source, young White Millennial men now favor Republicans 11 points.
This is BTW a nearly unprecedented 23 point switch from 12 points favored Democrat.
It means the Sailor Solution is becoming true, Republicans White, Democrats POC.
The article blame identity politics which is true but aging also plays a roll (older Gen Y are almost 40 now) and urban flight.

Andy Texan
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
15 days ago

True. Time to go to the mattresses. And see who has the larger committed army.

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
15 days ago

The cultural revolution is a multi-front conflict. In her acceptance speech, Country Music Association female vocalist of the year, Maren Morris thanked “amazing black women that pioneered country music”. The “you didn’t build this YT” demoralization effort is never ending.
https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/maren-morris-2020-cma-awards-acceptance-speech-video-47964231?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=post&utm_campaign=frontdoor

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Judge Smails
15 days ago

Good grief. I don’t recognize any of those names she mentions. Plus she looks like a greasy pig. Loretta Lynn she ain’t.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Judge Smails
15 days ago

CMA has always been a joke, but it is amusing see them embrace being the teller and punchline, all-in-one. It’s like the occultist symbol of the wyvern swallowing it’s own tail. I mean, the symbology here could mean the music will cycle back to white trash standards, but in the meantime it’s just eating own ass.

B125
B125
Reply to  Judge Smails
15 days ago

Country radio is destroyed lol. It’s like R&B with southern accents. Nobody actually likes this crap – but then again their main goal is cultural destruction, not making a profit.

Some radio stations have been adding more classics and 00s country into the mix which leads to improved ratings.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

Yup, our “country” station started subscribing to a “country ‘90s” feed on the weekends. That stuff was never the real deal either, but it is so head-and-shoulders above the dreck that country radio is spitting out today. The difference is startling, to say nothing of being reminded that the ‘90s was 20 to 30 years ago now.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
15 days ago

The institutions of “American” society are simply part of the AWR Power Structure, which is the only power structure. There is no replacing them without formally abolishing the nation and starting de novo. Far more feasible for those who oppose the Power Structure is to separate. To form a breakaway nation. We either do this, or the AWRs smother us and render Western civilization a museum piece.

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Judge Smails
Judge Smails
15 days ago

BIDEN OFFICIAL COVID-19 PLAN:

Lock down U.S. Indefinitely
Bankrupt U.S. Businesses
Let China buy said Businesses
Borrow $ from China for Stimulus
10% For The Big Guy
https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam/status/1327003642101166080

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Judge Smails
15 days ago

The Republican Plan:

1. We help you algo Him out

2. We get algo’d back in

3. One Trough, Two Snouts

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
15 days ago

we could also call this the Palestinian Plantation Plan

4. Palestines Everywhere

They get electricity

We get cheap labor

Bosses split the UNWRA proceeds

(yes, Palestine has gated mansions and mega malls too)

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Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
15 days ago

*That’s what bugs me about conservative media; their whole job is to keep the Republican Party employed, to keep the Party going.

The Infant Phenomenon
The Infant Phenomenon
Reply to  Judge Smails
15 days ago

I’m afraid it’s rather more sinister than that.

Barnard
Barnard
15 days ago

Prompted by your comment about Baltimore streets being like driving over the surface of the moon, I just spent a few minutes looking at Google Street View images of the neighborhoods just to the east Johns Hopkins. I was not surprised to find you were not exaggerating, but the quality of the housing on some streets was even worse than I was anticipating. This seems a like possibility to help some normies make it across the river. Suggest they look at these images of Baltimore or Detroit and think about why these places look that way.

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Federalist
Federalist
15 days ago

Z, you couldn’t remember one of the few states that are blacker than Maryland. It’s Louisiana. Ask me how I know.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Federalist
15 days ago

Voodoo Nation- spooky, nuthin’ but teeth and eyeballs after dark. Oscar “Ironjaw”, a Creole boxer, told me his uncle lived in the bayou. He had 27 wives, had ridden in a car twice in his life, and had never been to a city. A Michiganite said it took three weeks for his Cajun kinfolk to vet him. They finally let him meet his cousin, who dressed in dockers and Polo golf shirts, with an accent so thick you can make one word in three. (True.) He took him to where they made their shine, and he saw the reason for… Read more »

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B125
B125
15 days ago

Agreed about the minority envy stuff. I live in an extremely minority heavy area. They love us but hate us at the same time. What they really want is to be white – and if not, then they want to get rid of us. They hate seeing happy white people, they hate seeing white people with families. They hate that they are not able to recreate our personality types. Ironically they become more out of place as their numbers grow – it’s basically impossible for their kids to assimilate any kind of whiteness when they’re in a 70% coloured area… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

I guess those glossy promotional ads of how great life is in the west never made the point that, yeah, but there’s LOTS of white people

how dumb can you be not knowing you’d be having to deal with us

Very dumb apparently. Borderline retarded.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

One aspect of that “white privilege” unicorn is that our families and kids don’t need to spend all day cogitating about their skin color. So the powers-that-be are going to force us to do so. Since minority families are stuck in a mental box trying to reconcile their color with the ideal of being a white family, it all needs to be flipped so that we must fret over it as well. Then there are those who accrue wealth and power by stirring that pot, all day every day…

B125
B125
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

Yes, they are extremely self aware about their race. They try to do the same to us. It doesn’t really work on a well grounded white person, especially who grew up in a whiter area and have good family, social, or religious connections. Sadly for kids growing up in coloured areas they seem less confident and try to be ghetto.

Just like the Karen’s, the browns just want to be validated and feel legitimate. I never give them anything, and generally cut right through their bullshit.

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

Funny thing about our relationship to our black tenants. It sometimes really feels like the “lord” in landlord. The wife handles the rent collection, and most of the tenants call her “Miss Vizzini” like a lady of the plantation.

They get angry at her sometimes when she lays down the law, but the anger is impotent, because they know they need her, that they can’t do something as simple as own and maintain a home on their own.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  B125
14 days ago

At least they haven’t sunk to the depths of believing that by killing and eating you they can acquire your spirits and your capabilities. Yes that is really a belief of many primitive societies. 

Falcone
Falcone
15 days ago

I have concluded that avoiding blacks is a key to our survival

especially if being around them is tinkering with our very evolution and making whites stupid and inept and impotent

Sorry blacks but we have to part ways. Don’t take it personally. It’s just business

Sandmich
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

First let me say that I have negative sympathy for blacks; even if they were aware that their actions made their situation worse they would still be for it so long as it made it worse for whites too. With that being said… A lot of what destroyed what communities did so to black communities as well. Instead of the black guy who owns the local gas station it’s some weird foreigner working a grift, and not that there are blacks to start gas stations since the “talented tenth” is constantly stripped away to serve as trophies at Good White… Read more »

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Sandmich
15 days ago

I’ve found that even talking about them, even in the abstract, is harmful to our survival

all it does in a million ways big and small is weaken us

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Sandmich
14 days ago

Blacks who were able to move out, did. The neighborhoods they moved to suffered, but the old neighborhood really suffered. Because they lost any stability the tenth provided.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

Yep, as I’ve noted repeatedly, “Not all minorities are the same. The Black threat is existential.”

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  CompscI
15 days ago

What’s more dangerous, blacks or Covid?

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Falcone
15 days ago

Not at all being argumentative because I’ve lived alongside chip-on-the-shoulder joggers. But where I currently live the “key to survival” is the elimination of white progressives. In rural white counties they’re the bane of our existence.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  CAPT S
15 days ago

white progressives would be tolerable without ((())) and blacks

they wouldn’t be so extreme. They never used to be. Seems they’ve become this way because our body politic has been infected by foreigners who are such a strain on the mind as to warp it. Their vastly different ways of thinking, being pushed on whites as normal, has caused a crack

we need to escape and fast

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Spin geraht
Spin geraht
15 days ago

Trump might have been the savior but for the unprecedented hatred driven by the elite. Half of the electorate being emotion driven ignorant cat ladies and degenerates made it easy. The fact that this election has been obviously stolen has lit a fuse on a very large powder keg. Those who have seen the elephant have a pretty good idea what to do. No one wanted what is now inevitable. Living under criminal rule is not acceptable. I do not expect to see the other side.

Bilejones
Member
15 days ago

Life is like being a bit of flotsam

Isn’t the whole point that White people are jetsam?

Vizzini
Vizzini
15 days ago

Reading this article will help cure you of wanting to help black people:

White Liberals Are Already Failing Post Election

Even a bunch of the Goodwhites in the comments are “WTF? We did everything we could, and you still hate us?”

It’s pretty hilarious.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

It was always preposterous that white liberals, lovers of niceties and walkable neighborhoods and farmers markets, were ever going to love the ghetto and the people who made it

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Do people like the one who wrote that article ever think about what it’s like to be constantly harangued about not doing enough for ingrates? What can they possibly hope to accomplish?

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Subtitle: “The Entitlement and Privilege Just Leaps Out, Huh?”

Two sentences in and I know this is going to be so, so good!

ps- the lady is holding her sign backwards

pss- the dipchick who wrote this really, really wants a white boyfriend

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The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

There are reasons the acronym is AWFL…

Judge Smails
Judge Smails
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

From Identity Dixie:

A Portland man finds his home surrounded by a BLM horde. He gestures towards the Biden sign as he pleads with them not to level the place. “Be peaceful!” he begs the mob. “You fucking white ass privileged old man!………. You ask for a peaceful protest. It’s white supremacy!” scream the lunatics.
https://identitydixie.com/2020/11/11/welcome-to-the-club/

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Judge Smails
13 days ago

Ergo, since we surely wouldn’t want to be accused of being White Supremacists … we should stop being peaceful.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Vizzini
14 days ago

Great reply:

“This racist article is why I don’t pay for the privilege of reading articles on Medium. I can read this bile for free elsewhere.”

I went him one better; I canceled my free account. Thanks for reminding me why!

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Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
13 days ago

I keep the digest coming so I can fairly say I am stepping out of my bubble and listening to what leftists are actually saying (as if I don’t get plenty of that in the MSM). Ironically, what they actually say is far crazier than anything I would have imagined them to say on my own.

Eric
Eric
15 days ago

No matter what Trump does from here on out, I love him like an Orthodox Christian loves his Czar, the father of his people, and Christ’s representative on earth. He fought and bled for us as best he could, given the limitations of his boomer worldview, and against such an array of satanic forces such as Nicholas the second fought against.
Viva America!
Viva President Trump!
Viva Christ the King!

Andy Texan
Reply to  Eric
15 days ago

Alex Jones is leading peaceful protests to DC this weekend. The next protest will be an army that sacks the city.

BTP
Member
Reply to  Andy Texan
14 days ago

To imagine something I am entirely certain has been imagined by tptb: suppose the next 10,000 demonstration is by armed people and someone in authority points out that the entire city is filled with their mortal enemies who plan to enslave them. Then he says, “At them!”

I can imagine it because the veneer of civilization is so thin and something like this has happened so many times in the past. It is a terrifying thought.

B125
B125
15 days ago

Looks like GOP is throwing away the GA election, fake audits fake recounts. Rushing to certify by 5pm tommorow. Snakes all around, the GOP must be destroyed. Traitors are worse than enemies.

As an aside, can anyone else immediately tell a traitor apart? I take one look at Brian Kemp and I can immediately tell he’s a fraud; a liar. Same with the GA SOS and other GA Republicans. I just instinctively know they’re crooked.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

Yup, I get the feeling all of these “recounts” and “rulings” in MI, PA, and GA are just throwing out bones to take the hunting dogs off the scent.

They are gestures without real world meaning, so the government employees and the judges can posture that they “did all they could”, but couldn’t get to some ephemeral low bar to actually see something get done. It’s how functionaries operate, survive, and thrive. Case in point, AG Barr.

Falcone
Falcone
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

none of these establishment types is going to put his neck on the line — ever

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Dutch
15 days ago

Maybe but this is a President Trump run show and he isn’t going down without a fight. He also knows better than to trust these slugs.
So long as he gets seated and he keeps the Senate sure some people will skate. Oh well.
Ultimately it is as I always say about buying time. Its going to be on us to come up with an ideology, promote it til critical mass than shove it down as many throats as it takes till we get our Hallmark World.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  B125
15 days ago

The GOP anti-Trumpers see the election turnover as a way to eliminate Trump and regain control of the party. They are therefore as bad as the Dem’s wrt attempting to end the election challenges thrown up by Trump.

george
george