Dissident Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is considered the most American of holidays, as it is nothing like the typical holiday celebrated in the West. It has rather specific origins located in the founding of the country. Those origins are complete nonsense, of course, but that’s often the case with cultural traditions. Even so, since Lincoln imposed the holiday on the conquered nations of America, Thanksgiving has been the quintessential American holiday and probably most people’s favorite time of year.

The origins of the holiday may be nonsense and the reason we have it may be less than noble, but a time to count your blessings is a good thing. It is made more important in an age in which the ruling class is trying hard to destroy the social capital that is an essential part of human society. When everything is transactional and artificial, having a few days in which you are supposed to think the exact opposite looks a lot like leaving the back door of the Death Star open.

That may be especially true this year. According to current polling, more than half of American adults think the recent election was rigged. No one has asked, but there is a good bet that most of those people think the mass media, Wall Street and Silicon Valley were in on the caper. In other words, most adults right now have lost trust in the controlling institutions of our society. A holiday in which we are encouraged to think about what really matters could not come at a better time.

Of course, this year has seen our rulers go mad with power and inflict all sorts of indignities upon us. There are the absurd lock downs and costume requirements related to the Covid panic. In the states where the tyrants have arbitrarily banned the sale of alcohol and installed snitch lines for people to rat out their neighbors for enjoying themselves, this will be a special time of year. A few days to think about all of this is just what the doctor ordered.

For those in areas where the Left’s street thugs have been running wild for most of the year, something similar is at work. The point of civilized society is to provide leisure time, when you can enjoy the simple pleasures with those you love. That is a sharp contrast to what the wreckers who bankroll the street mobs think. Over turkey tomorrow, a lot of people are going to think about what those oligarchs are really trying to take from us with their street thugs and gangsters.

Most important, of course, those engaged in the fight against the gathering darkness will be fortified by a few days of good food, good friends and time with family. While the forces of darkness are driven by avatars of the promised land and envy at what they can never attain, the dissident it driven by the thoughts of home, community and the daily struggle to make those things possible. For the dissident right, this is the best holiday of the year, even more so in the current crisis.

The challenge, of course, will be the spiteful mutants who will try to wreck the good times with their politics. The wine aunt who wants to gloat about the election, the unstable uncle who thinks Hitler is hiding under his bed and the young person whose mind has been poisoned by the system will all think this is their time to be the wrecker they imagine themselves to be. Dissidents everywhere will have to find a way to deal with these people, but this is the nature of the struggle.

Probably the most important thing to take away from this year, the thing to contemplate over the next few days, is the fact that we are on the cusp of a new age. Those promises from the ruling class puppets, like the Pretender Biden, to “build back better” should not worry anyone, as these people are parasites. They are wreckers, unwittingly clearing a path for what comes next. Someone will build back better, but it comes after the reckoning that awaits every radical wrecker.

It may feel like a small consolation, but Thanksgiving has always been about looking forward, as much as looking back. You take the time to count your blessings and enjoy what you have, family, friends, your health and so on, but it is also about giving thanks for being in the great struggle of life. Whether it is carving a new society out of the wilderness or preserving the seeds of civilization in the great storms of the present, Thanksgiving is mostly about the promise of better days.

That is the thing that should keep the dissident going. The rage the other side has for what is good in life is rooted, to a great degree, in their fear of tomorrow. They know they are “always exposed to sudden unexpected destruction. As he that walks in slippery places is every moment liable to fall, he cannot foresee one moment whether he shall stand or fall the next.” This is the source of their rage. They know they stand upon the slippery stones of radicalism, while we stand on the firm ground of truth.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

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Penitent Man
Penitent Man
1 month ago

Strangely enough, my own mood matches the upbeat note of your post. These times put me in the mind of my ancestors, that fought the Brits, settled the frontiers, and donned the grey and butternut. They were in dark times too and survived. Have a happy Thanksgiving Zman.

Epaminondas
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

I agree. But our enemies today are infinitely more sophisticated.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

I shouldn’t worry too much. I think that there is a very good chance of them diversity hiring themselves into incompetence and then oblivion. It’s not certain of course, but the pushes to ‘equalize’ fields like STEM don’t bode well for these people. I still think we’ve yet to go full Idiocracy.

I suppose we can take heart knowing that life should really be a struggle anyhow, it seems to be man’s natural state. We’ve had a good run for near on 80 years so we’ll see what’s next.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

80 years ago my father was in the middle of war torn, occupied Europe. Today—thanks to his perseverance and effort—his only child is a citizen of the what at that time was the only beacon of hope left in that hell hole of strife, destruction and death, America.

How could I claim my current situation is worse—or even comparable to his? And if not, how can I complain? This will be my Thanksgiving message to family and friends tomorrow.

Thanks Z-man for the timely reminder of our duties at this time.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  OrangeFrog
1 month ago

I spent a good part of today on an investing website, reading an interesting article about how Natural Gas is soon to be obsolete. You see, apparently wind, solar and other “green” energy will supply the entire world’s needs by 2050. No, I’m being sardonic, but only by a little But the point is, this is a frequent writer in a respectable financial publication. He is not some raving lunatic. He holds an advanced degree, in a STEM-my field. The crazy goes really deep. It’s not just in politics. The article had a lively comments section, relatively intelligent (it’s moderated)… Read more »

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CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

I’ve also seen such writings and strange conclusions from otherwise knowledgeable people. For example, many authors completely deny genetic influence on human cognitive ability—even after reams of data and studies published. And they are themselves well published academics.

I simply chalk it up to a form of irresistible cognitive dissonance. They want this to be true beyond a desire to change their thinking in light of evidence to the contrary.

Member
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

I wonder about this too sometimes. I think you might be right about the cogdis but part of the scenario might go like this. Soros Agent: We need you (Dr. Random) to write a puff piece on how “the science” tells us that there are NO cognitive differences between the sexes and races. Dr. Random: Well that’s not really my area, I’m a chemist. and besides it’s my understanding that what you’re saying isn’t really true. Soros Agent: That’s precisely why we need YOU to write the article. If the mainstream view changes years from now, you can always say… Read more »

Spin geraht
Spin geraht
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Lmao, nailed it.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

Nah, more blunt, brazen, craven…beyond that they’ve shown as much sophistication as a hopped-up retard with a sledgehammer. Don’t give them praise where it’s not due.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

So are we.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

Interestingly, I was searching for a primary care physician for my daughter. The (few) White doctors on her plan charged a fee of $1800 per year (up front, not part of the plan) for the honor of being their patient, AND they had a waiting list of six months to share in that honor. I guess this is the price of avoiding diversity.

Lineman
Reply to  c matt
1 month ago

If you were up in my neck of the woods you might have to wait a couple of weeks to get a new patient appointment but you wouldn’t have to pay anything extra…

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  c matt
1 month ago

Worth every penny.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
1 month ago

I’d have to agree. Shame to have to pay twice, so to speak, but that’s the way it is. If your primary care physician is a good one (worth the surcharge), he’ll open doors and direct you to all sorts of competent specialists. Otherwise, you are at the mercy of your insurance company in these matters. Also, if he is adding value to the arrangement, you’ll receive much more attention than if he is required to see—and treat—minimum numbers of patients per hour.

Member
Reply to  c matt
1 month ago

I expect medicine is going to be another of those things you will have the privilege of paying for twice if you actually want competency and quality. First you pay taxes to support the pozzed and worthless public school in your area, then you pay taxes for the expanded O’Bidencare program where you make a Zoom appointment for your severed artery with Dr. Pajeet. She was always hard to understand and now mumbles her broken English at you through her Karen cloth over the glitched out video link. If you want doctors who speak English and do more good than harm or teachers… Read more »

Sandmich
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

That’s a little generous, I’d maybe go with “somewhat” rather “infinitely”.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

Perhaps. I’d think it a shame if this were to be a cakewalk.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

….more sophisticated, and soft as puppy shit. A line of “goodwhites” was lined up, six feet apart, diapers on faces, outside in the rain this morning in front of my favorite bakery. I arrived to pick up my prepaid Swedish Flop (a decadent reminder that civilization is still breathing). Rather than wait an hour or more to enter said establishment, I simply walked in, went to the counter, and asked for my order. Not one peep came from the sheep in line. The owner was happy to see me and we chatted for a bit. He said that the line… Read more »

Puma Americanus
Puma Americanus
Reply to  Epaminondas
1 month ago

No they’re far more pathetic and wizened, evil, twisted – which the British were not. But they do not begin to approach the sophistication of the British.

Lineman
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving Brother and to the rest of you dissidents as well…

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Lineman
1 month ago

You too my Brother.and to all My People here.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Lineman
1 month ago

Lineman, PM, best to you and your families, Brothers.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Dutch
1 month ago

As well to you, Sir.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

One wonders

the mind of my ancestors, that fought the Brits,

Just who these ancestors were, Cree?

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Bilejones
1 month ago

Yup. The British. Or are we being pedantic today, Bile? Should I have said the redcoats? Great Britain? The English? I can also show you the photo of my G-grandfather minus his leg after the Yankees blew it off at the Wilderness. Or should I refer to them as the Union? The Federals?

One wonders about some folk’s penchant for ankle biting.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Penitent Man
1 month ago

Last time I looked The Revolution was over whether the country should be ruled by the German and his British in Britain (with help from the Germans here) or the British here.Or did Washington have a Somali passport hidden somewhere?

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T. Morris
T. Morris
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving, and God Bless you, Sir! Excellent article, as per the usual.

usNthem
usNthem
1 month ago

Thanks for the upbeat message to kick off the holiday weekend! I was getting a little concerned after the previous two posts. At any rate, looking forward to a unpardoned turkey dinner mañana and a weekend spent with good friends. Have great holiday everyone.

Member
Reply to  usNthem
1 month ago

Just don’t wash the turkey. Seriously, driving home I heard the latest bit of Covid-related stupidity. The Oregon heath department has put out a PSA about how you should not wash your raw turkey for Thanksgiving as this can splash bacteria-laden water around on other foods like salad or pie. It seems all their previous hysterical PSAs about the need to obsessively wash everything has motivated a lot of stupid people (known in Oregon as “Oregonians”) to just wash the fuck out of everything now to stop “Covid”. Apparently the Covid is such a crafty little fellow that he has… Read more »

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

you’ll get something besides covid if you don’t wash your bird…

Semi-Hemi
Semi-Hemi
1 month ago

Warmest regards to you and yours, Mr. Z.

Drake
Drake
1 month ago

Amen.

Sam
Sam
Member
1 month ago

Kinda think Easter is the most important of holy-days, but I know I’m among the educated atheists here! The Catholic Church’s whole years is replete with holidays that combat the forces of evil.
Maybe look into the! We are coming up on Advent. Maybe look into what thats about! Its a penitential season, but penance can be good for us!

God bless you, Zman, and happy thanksgiving! You are always thought provoking!

BTP
Member
Reply to  Sam
1 month ago

That’s interesting, Sam. The readings for the first weeks in Advent are from The Apocalypse, the idea being that part of the preparation for the celebration of The Incarnation is a mediation about His return. The thing about the Apocalypse is that it’s, well, a complete shitshow, what with all the panic and death and stars falling. Feels very now, tbh. And that connection is right. The baby in the manger with choirs of angels and amazed shepherds and the wise men bearing odd gifts ends with the horses trampling the winepress of the rage of the Lord. The two… Read more »

Marko
Marko
1 month ago

My family has cancelled Thanksgiving because the nice scientists and media personalities on TV told them to. It may be a blessing in disguise, though, because I couldn’t bear the conversation which would inevitably turn political. I’ll take a relaxing four-day weekend instead.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

go to the Caribbean

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

…why??

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Forever Templar
1 month ago

It’s nice?

Vizzini
Vizzini
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

Meh. took the two youngest daughters on a Caribbean cruise a couple years ago, just so we could say we did.

All in all, I prefer Appalachia for natural beauty.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Vizzini
1 month ago

The Appalachian mountain range is the same mountain chain as the Pennines that run through England and Scotland (and Atlas mtns. in Morocco), simply torn asunder eons ago. First time I traveled through them I had an almost genetic level feeling of deja vu. Absolutely beautiful.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Vizzini
1 month ago

bet you put ketchup on steak, too.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  Forever Templar
1 month ago

i hear the next county over has a dancing pig. you ought to get out more…

Lineman
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

If you were a part of my Community Brother we would have you over with the rest of the guys and gals that don’t have family close…

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Lineman
1 month ago

Likewise!

Sandmich
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

An acquaintance usually has the big holiday get-together, but they live in a communist city in a communist state so everyone is staying away so that they do not get rounded up in some sweep (they do hate it there, but it pays the bills).

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Marko
1 month ago

That brings up an interesting point to which I have no answer—what does one do if ones entire family is so poz’d? Our family has not even discussed a variation from traditional get together. COVID concerns are only mentioned because one member has caught—most likely—a cold. Has been tested and if results don’t come back negative will stay home. But if the “ties that bind” are so loose that the family preemptively cancels…we’ll, I’m at a loss.

CAPT S
CAPT S
1 month ago

Excellent essay; my kind of optimism – the realistic kind.

but it is also about giving thanks for being in the great struggle of life.

Been dwelling on this because of my faith – a belief in eternal grace, eternal justice, and the fact that I was purposefully granted life at this specific point in history. We humans aren’t cosmic accidents – we’re here with a mission, a purpose … and a duty. And I’m thankful that I can come to this site and find others who are honorably dutiful.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

Blessed are those for whom God has placed hardship and obstacles in his life’s path. For it is only through these trials that we grow strong and wise, and thereby tangibly earn our self esteem and dignity. Pity those who never experience this gauntlet, for that is the road to perdition.

Lineman
Reply to  TomA
1 month ago

Amen Brother we may not agree on the Community thing but I hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving…

Lineman
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

God Bless You Brother and I hope you have a wonderful time with family and friends this holiday…

BTP
Member
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

That’s why being Christian has never really been comforting to me – more like the opposite. Imagine the conversation:

“So, getting to the great crisis of your lifetime… How do you think that went?”

“Well, I made it out with my skin!”

“Do you remember Our story about the talents? What makes you think that’s good enough?”

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  BTP
1 month ago

Not trying to be preachy here, but dwell on the aspect of grace, i.e. there’s nothing man can accomplish in the metaphysical, eternal realm that earns mercy. Grace is unmerited. For me, this is what Thanksgiving revolves around – I work to serve a God who’s been merciful and gracious to me – an otherwise absolute lost cause.

You may have met a variety of “Christians” espousing their sanctimony and righteousness – you’re right to run away from their religion.

Maixiu
Maixiu
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

Thank you, CAPT S, for your inspiring words. Remembering that I ultimately serve a higher purpose helped me expunge, however briefly, some of the pent up aggravation from the tax that we’ve all been levied this year.

Gasman (GM)
Gasman (GM)
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

Cap’n,

I wish I had the honor of serving with you, sir.

CAPT S
CAPT S
Reply to  Gasman (GM)
1 month ago

Guns – we’re still serving brother!

But yeah, would’ve been nice to share a cup of joe on the fantail, eh? That shipmate bond is special … no other human relationship rivals it in my experience.

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Puma Americanus
Puma Americanus
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

“Their foot shall slide in due time.”
Giving thanks I don’t live near them anymore.
Happy Thanksgiving all.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  CAPT S
1 month ago

I applaud you having a sense of purpose and direction in your life, even if I disapprove of how you come by it 😀 On a more serious tone, too many people, whether a believer or not, go through their life without any clear sense of purpose.

Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 month ago

I’d say that Thanksgiving is probably the best symbol of America’s civic religion that there is. There’s no specific creed though all the rituals imply the existence of some sort of generic creator to thank for our lives and blessings. Even the language of it – (blessings) is quasi-religious. I think celebrating these kinds of traditions may eventually be the catalyst to get people to recognize the importance of religious freedom and with it, all the other kinds of freedom too. A lot of people here and around me have told me they have very pozzed families that will not… Read more »

Ernest
Ernest
1 month ago

A COUPLE days off?!? What the hell kind of soft white collar place is this? One day off for us beloved “essential workers”.

Sandmich
Reply to  Ernest
1 month ago

The job I have now is the first one to have the Friday after Thanksgiving as a paid holiday, every other one had it either as unpaid or (more likely) a working day (and yes some of those were what would be considered “white collar” jobs).

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Ernest
1 month ago

You could always take an unpaid day off. Or maybe even the rest of the year. Like 20 million non-essential Americans.

Ernest
Ernest
Reply to  Screwtape
1 month ago

No I couldn’t and the non essentials can come work with the rest of us they expected to keep the system running while they watched Netflix and ordered takeout. I’m no libertarian but at some point they’ll have to go get a job again. And yes, those jobs are out there even if they aren’t particularly personally fulfilling.

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  Ernest
1 month ago

Thank you for your service.

Member
Reply to  Screwtape
1 month ago

Both my current job and my last one were “essential” jobs. At the previous job someone said that to me as well. I felt both uncomfortable and resentful. Uncomfortable because what I was doing was hardly “service” especially in light of what that used to imply. Resentful because I knew my heroic phony service was helping pay her to stay home and post on Facebook about her phony heroic struggle that day to actually go outside in the mean old sunlight and interact with random and possibly contagious strangers like me. At least it used to get me $2/hr “hazard… Read more »

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Ernest
1 month ago

When I worked for now-defunct F500 company they insisted on at least 50% IT coverage any time the market was open. So the Friday after Thanksgiving (or anytime a holiday fell on a Tuesday or Thursday people would put in for the interim day to extend their weekend). The atmosphere in the office on those days I would describe as “on the job absenteeism.” 😉

Member
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

Nowadays you can fail to show up for work from the comfort of your home thanks to Covid and a new technology known as “remote slacking”.

Henry Lee
Member
1 month ago

I’m thankful to live in Georgia where the Covid panic rests relatively lightly. Relatively. If my ancestors of “The Greatest Generation” were still alive, we’d still be having those big, multi-generational Thanksgiving gatherings where we drew names for the big, multi-generational Christmas gatherings to come.

DLS
DLS
Reply to  Henry Lee
1 month ago

How does it feel to have your state turn blue with fake ballots? Are your fellow Georgians over it, or ready to break out the pitchforks? Do you expect the same cheating in the two senate runoffs?

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  DLS
1 month ago

How does it feel to live anywhere where voting doesn’t matter?

BTP
Member
Reply to  Forever Templar
1 month ago

It feels like St. Augustine watching Hippo burn.

abprosper
abprosper
Reply to  Forever Templar
1 month ago

Not DLS obviously but it feels good . I know this sounds nuts but the more people outside our little niche realize that the system is rigged the better. I’m not an accelerationist mind you but we as Dissidents know but of course don’t want to admit it but the only way out is through. There can be only one ideology per land and only at most 20% diversity. The Left understands the ideology part, we refuse too. We understand the latter part but the Left doesn’t and its screw-head ideology in fact demand more diversity which is suicide. The… Read more »

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  abprosper
1 month ago

And there you have it.

Member
Reply to  abprosper
1 month ago

Excellent analysis. Face to face meetings will resume eventually whether legal or not and when they do a lot of people will bring a lot of anger to them. That anger can be a spark for the ideology part. I’d say the kernel of that ideology is freedom of association, self defense, a stable society not overrun with endless aliens, freedom of religion, freedom from arbitrary and autocratic rule by “experts” and the people who own them, and responsibility for your own health and safety even when that doesn’t work out for you. Leaving the racial angle implicit rather than… Read more »

dr_mantis_toboggan_md
Member
Reply to  DLS
1 month ago

As a Georgian for the better part of a quarter century, I’m mad as hell about it. And a lot of folks I know are as well. The problem is we have a ton of Yankee invaders from the Blue states who are like locusts, destroying their home states by voting in destructive, lunatic policies and then moving here and doing the same thing. It shouldn’t have been close enough for fraud if not for the Yankees and foreign-born in the ATL metro area. Counties that were once reliable Republican strongholds People thought I lost my mind adding an hour… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 month ago

Sad to report that the same infestation is happening in Idaho. Ada County, which contains Boise, voted Trump 50%, Biden 47%. The female mayor of Boise wants to make it a sanctuary city.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

Fight sanctuary city status with all your might. It’s one thing to have illegal aliens living among you laying low, generally trying to blend in and fly straight. Once they know they are no longer amenable to deportation they become comfortable, set up enclaves, and behave in the same way they did in their third world countries of origin. It is a death knell… beware.

Ned2
Ned2
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

If I lived in Boise, she’d be on the top of The List.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 month ago

Yup, it’s everywhere.

Hey, a happy Thanksgiving to you, Line!

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 month ago

It seems to me that part of the problem is your SoS, Brad Raffensperger (R). He seems to think that signature verification on mail in ballots is a privacy concern. Doesn’t he understand that verification would check the data on the ENVELOPE to the voter’s registration card and the secret ballot is in no way compromised?

Stranger in a strange land
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 month ago

Resided in “prestigious East Cobb County” back in the 90’s / early 2000’s – rock solid conservative back then. Moved away since, but from what I’ve seen – not so much nowadays.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Stranger in a strange land
1 month ago

Never heard the phrase about a neighborhood “going dark” until I moved to GA.

It’s not wrong.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 month ago

I empathize.

My wife and I together had over 60 years in GA.

Now live in a VERY liberal part of UT; most of the neighborhood is talking about how much they’re going to donate to defeat Republicans in the GA runoff.

It’s sickening. Federalism is dead, and for the Senate, and the 17th Amendment killed it.

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M. Murcek
Member
1 month ago

Most people already know who the busybodies are in their neighborhoods. The difference is, now people who normally wouldn’t care either way will find reasons to dislike the nosey parkers. I think this is one of the silver linings in covidian theater.

Last edited 1 month ago by MMurcek
Member
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving to my American friends from the Great White North

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Raymond R
1 month ago

Sorry about the whole War of 1812 thing. 🙂

Just as well you won and we lost…there might be an escape to Canada for quite a few of us …if you’ll have us!

David Wright
Member
1 month ago

Regarding thanks, Sobran related a story of a simple woman near him when hearing an atheist rant about the non existence of God, she remarked, “then who do we thank”.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Eloquent.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

Our ancestors!

Especially the one who invented the first bronze battle-axe.

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CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 month ago

Alzaebo, you are not far off. I intend to mention any number of folk who are no longer with us this Thanksgiving. Not just saying how we miss them, but also the role they played in why we are here and gathered today.

Federalist
Federalist
1 month ago

Thank you for what you do, Z Man.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you dissident wreckers.

Barnard
Barnard
1 month ago

Somewhat related: The CEO of Sanford Health in South Dakota was shoved into early retirement. He had already announced he would be leaving in 18 months, but because he wrote an email to staff explaining he wasn’t going to participate in mask theater because he had Covid early in November and it is impossible for him to contract or spread it right now. Health system employees were enraged by his email and helped push him out after an incredibly successful 25 year career there. The masses truly are insane, and the elites aren’t any better.

https://www.keloland.com/news/investigates/the-controversy-that-led-up-to-sanford-ceo-krabbenhoft-announcing-his-sudden-retirement/

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

The (((media))) have also turned the Eye of Sauron on SD governor Noem for refusing to issue a mask edict.

It’s clear they are trying to undermine her national political ambitions.

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

The mask stance is helping her. The right wants somebody who has combat experience fighting the woke mob, and she’s passing with flying colors.
If she cucks, she’s done, and she knows it.

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

She is up for reelection in 2022. They are trying to damage her for that, even though the state Democratic Party in South Dakota is in shambles. There are a lot of establishment Republicans who don’t like what she has been doing either. Her Covid response has helped her, she was at 57% approval in a poll just before the election.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Meanwhile flunatics like Cuomo are scoring in the 60-70% approval range depending on which poll you consult.

Crispin
Crispin
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Alas, Barnard,
We’ve just seen that a 57% approval is no longer beyond the scope of vote fraud available to the left.
They have the machines, the mail-in, and, as with tradition, the institutionalized and the dead vote.
Voting now is just a stamp of approval on the fraud process.
Nevertheless, I hope she wins, somehow.

ChetRollins
ChetRollins
Reply to  Barnard
1 month ago

Keep a list of the mask zealots. In five years it will be common knowledge they are not useless, but actually detrimental.

Spin geraht
Spin geraht
Reply to  ChetRollins
1 month ago

Those who assisted in any way, no matter how small, will be held accountable. Neighbors, relatives. Let not your heart be troubled. Brazen evil must be met ruthlessly. It is cancer
Make lists.

Grumpy Cat
Grumpy Cat
1 month ago

The question I have yet to see seriously discussed at length on any blog is the scenario under which Biden is eliminated. Don’t rule out assassination BEFORE January 20 since that will be sufficient reason to round up Trump and his administration and conduct show trials. The “softer” way would be the “Scalia treatment” that he dies peacefully in his sleep. That way Jill and Kamalatoe get to rule the roost in peace. I’m sure the arguments on both sides are flying fast and furious at the pedo-orgies in Davos about now.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Grumpy Cat
1 month ago

It hasn’t been seriously discussed because it’s silly.

Sandmich
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

It looks like he’s getting rolled up anyway by Obama’s toadies. Why would they “off” him when they can rule in place of him anyway while using his presence for a fig leaf of respectability.

Member
Reply to  Sandmich
1 month ago

Yeah, it’ll be Weekend At Biden’s as long as there’s still blood formaldehyde in PedoJoe’s veins.

Doug
Doug
Reply to  David Wright
1 month ago

“But muh boat payment”
Back to sleep little sheep. We know where your priorities are.

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Grumpy Cat
1 month ago

Sentiments like that could get you vanned by the Secret Service in better times; now it’s just pure idiocy.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Grumpy Cat
1 month ago

Why on Earth would you off your front man? Kind of defeats the purpose of having one, no?

Screwtape
Screwtape
Reply to  c matt
1 month ago

The snake molts.

dr_mantis_toboggan_md
Member
Reply to  Grumpy Cat
1 month ago

That’s pure absurdity.
Now will he be put to the side via the 25th Amendment? They’ve already telegraphed that punch, as Pelosi did and we thought she was talking about Trump. I think the deal the Scranton Sniffer made with Kamala likely includes him stepping aside after his first year or so in office. “Health reasons” or the always flaccid excuse “to spend more time with my family” are the two likely reasons for him resigning.

Epaminondas
Member
1 month ago

That was one of your best. It was a clarion call for firm resistance to the demonic power of the ruling class. I, for one, am going to give thanks tomorrow that we have Zman to help guide us and shore up our morale. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here! Onward!

B125
B125
1 month ago

Happy American Thanksgiving to all Z readers and all Americans – even the losers and the haters!

John Smith's Indian Love Child
John Smith's Indian Love Child
1 month ago

Hrrrmm. ~2/3s of Biden’s planned cabinet picks so far, and 100% of the posts that actually matter, sport tiny hats. Nikki’s token make-work position at the UN is going to a blaque woman.
Trump and family getting Romanov’ed, literally or legally, when? Somebody reboot the Matrix. It’s landed in 2018 again.

But seriously, Z and dissident frens, Happy Thanksgiving. Peace and joy be upon all your livers this weekend.

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  John Smith's Indian Love Child
1 month ago

who is this Jen O’Malley Dillon character? I would think that when it comes to the actual serious stuff in politics like campaigning – you don’t hire an AWFL. You hire someone like an Axelrod or Emanuel who know how to grease the skids.

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
1 month ago

I can’t say I am in a particularly grateful mood, but I’m not in a black pill mood either. Not overly worried about the future of the country, since I have no control over it. Try and stay in a kind of zen state of detachment, which I am mostly successful at.

urbando
urbando
Reply to  Karl McHungus
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving, Z man!

whitney
Member
1 month ago

Good sermon! Fire and brimstone yeah!

I like this. Sometimes things are just so obvious.

“The devil stands ready to fall upon them, and seize them as his own, at what moment God shall permit him. They belong to him; he has their souls in his possession, and under his dominion”

Dominion! Of course. It’s like the Church of Satan being such staunch advocates for pro-choice rights because of course Satanists are into baby killing.

Many times in the Bible it says that you will go through the fire and come out like refined silver. I think we’re in the fire

dr_mantis_toboggan_md
Member
Reply to  whitney
1 month ago

Iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.
Proverbs 27:17

TomA
TomA
1 month ago

Who is included in the dissident tribe? Well, most of us are the skilled laborers who built this country through manual and vocational hard work. Ditto for the maintenance men that keep things running and repair what’s broken. And we number in the tens of millions. And that is no trivial thing. Yes, the spoiled brats of Antifa can burn things down when the cops are ordered stand by and watch. But when the men who work for a living go to war, that is a whole new ball game. Be fit, be ready, and enjoy Turkey Day one and… Read more »

Member
Reply to  TomA
1 month ago

Hmm, I paused reading at “Turkey Day 1”. Perhaps this is the start of the Turkey Revolution. 11-16-2020 as the start of a new calendar. Tomorrow is AT (after turkey) zero!

Jack Boniface
Jack Boniface
Member
1 month ago

I’m thankful for the Z-Man’s writings, including the subscription ones. You’re the true heir of those we’ve lost: Sam Francis, Joe Sobran, Col. Hackworth, Charlie Reese and others; as well as of Pat Buchanan, still with us. Happy Thanksgiving!

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  Jack Boniface
1 month ago

Well said. I miss those sensible writers and would love to hear their thoughts on today’s madness. Happy Thanksgiving to Zman and all of the comment section who help confirm that not everyone’s insane.

Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Wolf Barney
1 month ago

Too true Mr. Wolf. This blog and its comment gang are an island of sanity we can return to to regain our bearings when those in charge seem bent on burning the ship of state down to the waterline.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
1 month ago

Thanks! You too.

Peabody
Peabody
1 month ago

The one silver lining of a Rona Thanksgiving is not having to break bread with my increasingly unbearable AWR in-laws. Small mercies. Best to you Z-man on our day of giving thanks.

Diversity Heretic
Member
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving from the Old World to Z-man and all the commenters. I’m thankful that we still can read Z-man and hope that we will still be able to do so in a year.

Jim Smith
Jim Smith
1 month ago

Dissidents everywhere will have to find a way to deal with these people. They are wreckers, unwittingly clearing a path for what comes next. Someone will build back better, but it comes only after the reckoning that awaits every radical wrecker. Unfortunately, the outcome is in doubt. If wreckers prevail there will be no “building back better”. America will be Brazil. Permanently. Thus the dire need to crush the wreckers. Always.

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Sandmich
Reply to  Jim Smith
1 month ago

The one maybe interesting thing is that the western ideal of a “nation”, which was born of the French revolution, has been something that has been pushed relentlessly by the west and the U.S. in particular. Point being that without the nation-state framework it’s doubtful that Brazil would be be Brazil. It pays for everyone to play the game now, but in the event of upheaval that probably goes away in a lot of places.

Kentucky Headhunter
Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

Why would go to any gathering where you know wine aunt, unstable uncle, purple-haired niece or ear-gauged nephew are going to be in attendance?

I’ll be thankful for being able to avoid them completely.

Amen.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

I think I am the unstable uncle.

Member
Reply to  Kentucky Headhunter
1 month ago

This could become a tradition for us dissidents to meet with each other for T-day instead of our increasingly worthless and parasitic relatives. A good way to put them on notice that we know what they’re up to and we are up to our own stuff too. That’s sort of what I was getting at above with my T-day 0 post.

ssbishop
ssbishop
Member
Reply to  pozymandias
1 month ago

Perhaps if we insist every T-Giving attendee recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag (without a telepromter) before entering, followed by swearing an oath to defend the Constitution. That might discourage scores of unwelcome relatives and other riff raff.

Vince
Vince
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving Zman, thank you for the much needed perspective and uplift.

Severian
1 month ago

Thanks for everything you do here. I have no idea how you manage to turn it out day after day, at such a high level, but I’m thankful that you do. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving, Yanks! Especially to our esteemed blog host, and his filthy, stinking dissident rabble!
If the shitlibs show up to make a farce – give them one. They either STFU and stow their politics – or you leave. If they are at your house, THEY leave.
There is no “dealing” with these people. It’s go time. Beans and toast at home beats a dinner with al the trimmings with leftist shit heads.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
1 month ago

And the uncle in the Q t shirt who thinks Trump has this wrapped up. It will only be a matter of days now.

Happy Thanksgiving

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  JR Wirth
1 month ago

Yeah, it’s not looking good for the Donald at all.

Supposed rightist Newsmax called the election for China Joe.

James conceded the MI Senate race despite evidence of cheating in that state.

B125
B125
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Maybe that was the real point of arresting Manafort, stone, Flynn (and scaring off Bannon and gorka). Get rid of anybody smart enough to be proactive about fraud.

Giuliani belongs in a nursing home. Trump is surrounded by traitors and retards.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  B125
1 month ago

Yeah ol’ Drippin’ Giuliani is not exactly the guy I’d run out to a skeptical public. And when the public hears “algorithms” they rightfully tune out.

Surfguy
Surfguy
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

I’ll never understand Trump using YMCA as the theme song for his campaign rallies.

Member
Reply to  Surfguy
1 month ago

It is rather, um, what’s the word? … Oh yes, it’s ghey as hell.

Hoagie
Hoagie
1 month ago

Yesterday you lambasted me with cynicism and today you calm me with the thoughts of Thanksgiving and our future. This blog is a roller coaster ride sometimes. But it’s a fun roller coaster even with cognitive dissonance. When you say the traditional Thanksgiving lore is fake are you endorsing the 1619 Project or just sideling up to it? I can understand the moolinyams going full anti-Thanksgiving but a fellow resistor? We need to keep some of the lore of our Founders. What’s next, Independence Day? Anyway have a good Thanksgiving, no masks, plenty of friends and family. I’m having 12… Read more »

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  Hoagie
1 month ago

Many years ago, there was a PBS interview with Joseph Campbell on his book, “The Power of Myth” (popular at the time). Basically, he stated what Z-man stated…”It’s all bullshit”, but he extended it to state that the truth of the myth is not important, it is what the myth is intended to portray *and* how it sums up the aspirations and goals of the society which created such. In short, a society can be judged by its myths—are they uplifting and unifying in values? Or destructive and indicative of decline. Today, as I type this comment, the news blares… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

At the risk of sounding like a woowoo ninny I think there is something to the Jungian archetypes and collective unconsciousness. I think he touched on something real as Campbell noted but only scratched at it. Like a caveman trying to describe a lightbulb. I’ve had too many experiences that spoke to a deeper primordial self to dismiss it all. Maybe that’s nutter talk, but there it is.

Member
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

Well, they do follow unifying myths, just new and sinister ones. Their myths are a council of fear, obedience, cowardice, and distrust for all except “the experts”. It seems to me an attempt to create a cult of personality and authoritarian compliance but on the part of people with absolutely no charisma or persona. Joe Biden? Kamala Harris? These people fail to inspire even their most partisan supporters. Trump was at least plausible as a strongman figure. He hasn’t lived up to it so far but at least there seemed to be enough of a man there to make it… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
1 month ago

I admit I held a small candle-flame of hope for a Trump win.

I was sore and sad, the next day, thinking “this is it. We lost even such a paltry figurehead.”

But today, I do give thanks!

This is not my decision, but the Universe has chosen for me–

Acceleration it is, then!

Hamsumnutter
Hamsumnutter
1 month ago

.Thanks Zman, you too. I was burning the GPS in my pickup this morning parked next to a park in Korea town getting some paperwork done. When all of a sudden here comes around 40 Korean kids with 5 white (so called girls) and 10 joggers carrying signs with the usual text. It reminded me of the Macy’s thanksgiving day parade. The Koreans ( balloon rope handlers) were being guided on the sides by the joggers and the so called white girls ( Macy’s paid risk management strike force). Couldn’t resist slowly driving through the blocked street. The Koreans scattered… Read more »

Dutch
Dutch
1 month ago

A special Thanksgiving to everyone here. At our house, we are going small in number but doing it up right. Seems most appropriate, all things considered. Keep the candles in the windows this time of year.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

If these polls are any good it looks like low-info Biden voters basically pissed the Republic away:

https://twitter.com/HansMahncke/status/1331336576354422789?s=19

B125
B125
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Fraud pissed the republic away, I say all the time that the elections are simply fake, trump could win by 40 million but Biden would find 6 gorillion ballots and win.

Sandmich
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

I call bull on that. There is no known Biden depravity that would have dissuaded those voters, and if even if they were they would have said that they were voting for Harris.

WJ0216
WJ0216
1 month ago

I just saw a quote from Joe Biden from 2011. “If I had my way Jonathon Pollard would be in jail for the rest of his life.” It’s thin gruel but it’s something maybe to be thankful for. Maybe old Joe won’t be a bought and paid for stooge of the Israel lobby. In reality , if Biden would just drop the open borders /amnesty talk, I could live with this presidency. Of course, that’s like saying if a cobra would just stop the venomous bite thing, I could have it in my house.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  WJ0216
1 month ago

If one pays attention to the Dem’s/Lefties, one can find lots of these Bidenisms. Basically, it simply is “If they’re for it, I’m against it!.

https://youtu.be/4v3etuIw-aM

Not a fan of releasing traitors, but Clinton released a shit-ton of PR terrorists if I recall correctly before he left. Seems the power of pardon is simply another political payoff technique to be used on the way out. Hopefully, Trump got something in return.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  CompscI
1 month ago

Pollard was serving a life sentence. The Israelis refused to return all the material he had stolen and while he was incarcerated Israel made him a citizen and began naming things after him. For whatever reason, Obama released him in 2015 and Pollard was given parole. Yet every recent article made it seem like all this happened under Trump.

CompscI
CompscI
Reply to  RoBG
1 month ago

I did not know this. For all my teachers, I am made wiser. Thanks.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
1 month ago

“Field Report”- Related to the topic. My day finds me in Baltimore today. I walked past a trendy new bakery that every white shitlib hipster is dutifully lined up in front of (like Bartleby mentioned here too). 6 feet apart masked up they are outside BTW. I walk by on the sidewalk maskless and there is a big line because the ‘hot new bakery!1!!” (insert male w/ beard and open mouth gaping nu-male face) So this long winding line and I casually stroll by maskless. They could not wrap their heads around it. I looked every one of them in… Read more »

usNthem
usNthem
Reply to  Apex Predator
1 month ago

Kind of reminds me of when the wife and I lined up with our fellow geezers to get into Costco an hour early. All the goobs were dutifully six feet or more apart and all wearing their masks, including my wife – all that is, except me. I knew I had to don one once we entered the store, but I was damned if I’d wear one outside. No one said anything…

diconez
diconez
1 month ago

nice quote at the end. indeed, the degenerates are built on sand, fearful of tomorrow, perhaps because deep down they know the judgement awaits them; thus wanting to wreck and totalize today. the dissident instead stands for “the little ones” that will to stick to home and community and natural struggle as designed by God; keeping the faith in the holy warmth of what’s good and near and dear, until the Lord comes for all differing nations. these dissidents live knowing the judgement will come; yet instead of fear and rebellion, they accept their lives in peace with their brethren… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving. Btw, am I the only one who’s watched videos of the assassination of JFK since 11/22? Somehow that just felt relevant. I guess I should feel thankful for many things but Im still trapped in that ‘just before X’ state of mind.To hell with our enemies.

Mark Auld
Mark Auld
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
1 month ago

Moran, check out dark journalists videos on u tube.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Mark Auld
1 month ago

Thanks, will do, Happy Thanksgiving!

diconez
diconez
1 month ago

one of the best footballers ever just died. on one hand it’s hard to not to recognize sporting endeavors, even light mestizos like me do so and much more so whites. on the other, sport has degenerated into sportsball, and the deceased was a tabloid degenerate fit for sportsball. slightly darker mestizo too. split genes and split heart, i guess. but, if anything, a sobering reminder to stick to the nonslippery truth. he died at 60 and was doing drugs as late as a couple years ago…

Norham Foul
Norham Foul
1 month ago

“… but it is also about giving thanks for being in the great struggle of life. Whether it is carving a new society out of the wilderness or preserving the seeds of civilization in the great storms of the present, Thanksgiving is mostly about the promise of better days…” Often I forget your written sentiment, taking for granted that I’m alive and that the “…great struggle of life..” is indeed a privilege, I agree with both options you quote above. I am fortunate. I live humbly in my double-wide (paid off), no other real debt and Federal reserves in the bank.… Read more »

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Stranger in a strange land
1 month ago

As the Preacher concluded:
“…Of making many books there is no end, and much study is wearisome to the flesh.’
Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is man’s all.
For God will bring every work into judgment, including every secret thing, whether good or evil.”
There is both solace in that bit of wisdom and also something to be thankful for.

joe hill
joe hill
1 month ago

I am thankful that I don’t live in nanny-mayors city of Boise where the DIMS (differently-ideologued members of society) are pushing out the original Boiseans. I am also very thankful 35 years ago I took steps to limit my breeding so I could educate my child. Today I get looks of jealousy because I have a nice car, nice house, no debt, and am happy. Schaudenfreude anyone?, but what they don’t see is the 35 years of hard work, good choices, and self denial it took to be able to have this good life today. God Bless America

Gauss
Gauss
1 month ago

It’s good to have a white pill from Zman for Thanksgiving. And it’s not just hollow feel-good; there’s plenty of cause for thankfulness and even optimism.

I read this blog every day, though rarely comment. Happy Thanksgiving to Zman and all his readers, especially those I’ve met in person. Our get-together in SoCal in January was excellent. We could not even imagine the shitstorm that was about to hit.

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Gauss
1 month ago

Maybe an anniversary regathering?

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  Gauss
1 month ago

Hey, Gauss, a good Thanksgiving to you!

Valley Lurker
Valley Lurker
1 month ago

I am very thankful I found this site this year. I found it searching for truth floating in the sea of madness that was (and is) coronachan back in March. A very fortunate silver lining.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
Reply to  Valley Lurker
1 month ago

I’m thankful for this secret stash of mind candy blog. I might even be greedy about it.

Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
1 month ago

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. This has always been one of my favorite holidays. Not sure anyone will show up tomorrow, but I’ve got a 20 pound turkey just in case, yams, stuffing and all the rest. Anyway, cooking the meal will be fun, and I can plate the leftovers in plastic containers and freeze if no one comes. Pets will get most of the dark meat, which is fine. They go a little crazy smelling the turkey baking. Here in So. MD it’s supposed to be the warmest thanksgiving on record, so I might have to open the windows having the… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Higgs Boson
1 month ago

Im in Europe where they don’t celebrate Thanksgiving (and shouldn’t, it’s an American holiday, there are other good holidays here). I’ll be having a stuffed turkey w the missus and thank her for her terrible taste in men lol Have a great one buddy, hope you celebrate it w someones whose company lifts the spirit.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
1 month ago

Great to see good news out of NV and PA today.

Great to see LTG Flynn receive a much deserved pardon on Thanksgiving Eve, even though he is so honorable he didn’t want it.

Feeling slightly less blackpilled now.

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Higgs Boson
Higgs Boson
1 month ago

Hopefully, as a nation, maybe we can stop obsessing over what labels people have in their meat suits, and just have fun.