Unplugged: Dissident Sentiment

An old and mostly true observation about revolutions is that they end up where they started with a new set of rulers doing pretty much the same things as the rulers they deposed in the revolution. Stalin was the Tsar decorated with the ideological trappings of the revolution. Napoleon was a secular version of the Sun King. The people hiding behind razor wire and armed men this weekend in the imperial capital are the authoritarians they claimed to have deposed last election.

One reason, maybe, for this is that changing the culture that created the old leaders is not as easy as the revolutionaries imagine. The character of a people is the product of many generations. The unwritten rules of society are simply second nature, habits of mind that no one needs to consider. Changing a lifetime of habit is not easy with one person but changing a population’s lifetime of habit is impossible. The best the revolution can do is change the people at the top.

That is what we are seeing in America. The long march through the institutions has not produced the glorious revolution, because altering the character of the people is not simply a matter of blasting new culture from the institutions. It turns out that the cultural Marxist were wrong, and culture does not emanate from institutions. The institutions are the product of the culture. Even adding lots of new people fails because those people bring their culture with them.

That does not mean the cultural revolution is harmless. For example, they have turned patriotism into a weapon. Our choice is flag waving, which means supporting the destructive ends of Conservative Inc., or flag burning, which means supporting the monstrous ends of Progressive Inc. Of course, the point of patriotism, the preservation of our land and people becomes increasingly impossible. What is natural and good gets twisted into a weapon used against the patriotic.

Altruism is another virtue turned into a vice. Since white people are not permitted to cheer for their own side, their natural altruism has one outlet. White people are conditioned to link their happiness to the happiness of nonwhites. A visitor from another planet would assume the white people in this area of the planet worship the black people and that George Floyd was some sort of prophet. Altruism has been warped into what John Derbyshire calls ethno-masochism.

These are thorny topics, because most people correctly sense that loving your country and caring about other people are good things. They are good things, but they are channeled toward bad ends by our present rulers. Battling this is one of the most important challenges in this age, but it is easier said than done. These are two issues where there are no simple answers. The best we can do is keep working the problem until conditions are such that an answer materializes from the conflict.

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This Week’s Show

Contents

  • 00:00: Opening
  • 02:00: Patriotism
  • 32:00: Altruism & Envy

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PASARAN
PASARAN
2 years ago

from Taki : “Another good example of how this works is health care. Every good progressive will tell you how much she favors universal health care. The fact that such a thing is as impossible”

????????????????WHAT?????????????????????

in Europe, we have such “impossible” things. Walter White would have no need to produce meth in France.

It’s stunning to see millions of Americans ignoring the simple fact. I mean, really.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

The Plan:
Keep everyone sick enough for the government to control everything.

Vax destroys natural immunity
Vax viral load shedding is spread, by incentives and policy

You end up a sitting duck
Even to mild forced PIC variants
The fat, sick, old, and weak are decimated

Then, import covid to complement the vax-induced immune deficiencies

They’re giving the Afghans Ivermectin
They need their small arms fighters, strike force units, kept strong to counter any 2A units that might arise

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Prior to collapse, most LEOs will stand as a firewall protecting the status quo (read elites) against challenge to their actions or authority. Post collapse (C+10), many will stand-down, disperse, or simply be overwhelmed. National Guard will enter the fray, but mostly be tied down in riot control and civilian aid functions such as food distribution and medical care. This is when chaos & wanton gang violence will create “fog of war” opportunities. Despite this masking effect, large-scale opposition to tyranny will be spotted quickly and countered. But when antibodies start arising out of seemingly nowhere, the fog becomes the… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  TomA
2 years ago

Agreed although 10 years may be generous.

The elites’ delusion that they will live some beatific life post-collapse is very dangerous. Again. 10 years is generous and it’s not out of the question although unlikely that their thugs may off them immediately.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 years ago

10 days, not 10 years; as per modeling. Sorry for not being more clear.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  TomA
2 years ago

TomA: The National Guard is driving school buses up in Massachusetts already, for ‘reasons.’ Symptom of things to come.

JohnWayne
JohnWayne
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Is “The Plan” fully thought out ahead of time, or does “The Plan” evolve as opportunities present? Therefore, create as many crisis as possible. “Let no crisis go to waste.”

The plan is probably flexible, only the end state fixed. The plan is to march us down the path to tyranny, but first the main obstacle must be removed: white people and Western Civilization.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

Assume that 9/11 was done solely by Arabs and that Covid is a naturally occurring virus.

Even then, our elites are adept at capitalizing on surprising events.

“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”

9/11 gave us universal surveillance and Covid will give us universal electronic dossiers.

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
2 years ago

here’s my hope: we are in the midst of a great evolutionary bottleneck event. The lunatics will eventually kill themselves off and through idiocy kill a lot of other lunatics. If enough of us survive, the lunacy ends.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

Dead thread?
Good, great, I don’t talk anywhere else-
so I’s about to do some serious OT abuse.
Don’t nobody look.

Holy shit I just figured out practical time travel: Tesla was a man from 14,000 years in the past, trying to get back home.

He was stuck in “limbo”, encoded as radiant DNA in the Heaven layer, the bottom end of the magnetosphere, moving right along with the Earth’s orbit. When he stepped back out, he stepped out on the wrong deck: ours.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Into a blastocyst embryo, building a new vessel: which means his memories remained partially intact and accessible.

Ruh roh, Raggy, I see where the transhumanists are trying to get too…

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

You clearly have amazingly good drugs, care to share your source? Because your posts, especially these last two clearly say you are tripping balls on something. This is far more than simply ‘off-topic’.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Apex Predator
2 years ago

Hey! Nobody saw that, right?! Heh. Was having some fun teasing the missus. She’s switched from ancient aliens to Tesla. That was such a delightful scenario because it’s actually entirely plausible. I couldn’t contain my enthusiasm, so I thought I’d take the piss (pull a leg). Plus it’s a fun exercise to visualize certain concepts. The idea that the UFOS are terraforming us with the vaccines, now…that’s a 1000% certainty. Yup. Tis. My bad! I tried it out texting my hyperliberal best friend after he bragged the whole family was “fully protected”, and he shut right up! No doubt he’s… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
2 years ago

The weaponization of patriotism has a parallel in the weaponization of Christianity. It has made agnostics on both God and country like me hate both. An excellent and very thoughtful, Z. Your point at the end is your strongest. The challenge is to show love of your own is not hatred of the other. This has been very effective globalist propaganda. Also good is your point about tying Israel to patriotism. Again, there is a parallel in tying Christianity to Jew worship. It is bizarre to see the historical enemy of the West and its religion effectively used in such… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 years ago

The evangelicals don’t realize that not everyone holds Israel in a special regard, so the idea of Juice killing Juice is something they can’t square. We see the same mindset when they try to appeal to African better natures with ‘blacks killing blacks’.

A black man doesn’t impress a black man, to him he’s just another nigga. Same with hebes, same with us.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

ps- in the USSR, the small hats would gleefully set up each other for certain prosecution, torture, and death. Like a mad competition. That insanely reckless courage enabled them to do things like open trading posts in Indian country or darkest Africa, or mafias and spy craft amidst their strongest enemies. Not a people to underestimate.

Johnny
2 years ago

Zman Ramzpaul said there was a key difference between Nationalism and Patriotism. After 9/11 rather than be nationalistic and support our own people, it whipped up Patriotism which just feeded and funded the state to pass horrible bills like The Patriot Act, and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Patriotism was used by evil people like Dick Cheney and dumb and evil people like George Bush. Nationalism would have worked so much better than Patriotism.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
2 years ago

Pathological altruism. Is all altruism harmful? Of course, the majority would say “no.” But the devil’s advocate (Nietzsche) would say “yes.” I’m not sure he used the exact term altruism, but he certainly inveighed greatly against pity, suffering, and slave morality.” Other writers (English philosophers?) would argue that what at first seems “altruism” might be better termed collective self-interest. If you read a bit about biology and evolution, in-group preference extends fair into the animal kingdom. Ayn Rand condemned altruism, rightly I think. To put the interests of your enemy ahead of your own? Really? How can that be a… Read more »

Hi -Ya!
Hi -Ya!
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 years ago

The other thing I think people mix up is government altruism, and personal.

For instance CS Lewis (I know, he is overquoted…) would lament peoples charity towards abstract distant people they have never met, and their contempt for members of their own family.

Loaning someone money with generous terms is different than agreeing that blacks need to be forced into white schools at a dinner party. One is charity, the other is nothing.

Vik Parmar
Reply to  Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

My dad taught me a valuable lesson I live by: When you “loan” someone money, assume it is a Gift and do NOT have expectations to get the money returned and make sure the recipient feels no demands that it MUST be returned. If he/she pays you back ,that is great. But, make no assumptions that it will be returned.

Drew
Drew
Reply to  Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

What Lewis missed is that strangers are mysterious (and thus can be hoped for), while family is not. I refuse to give money or aid to one of my siblings because I know it will simply be wasted, benefitting neither me nor my sibling. I could set the money on fire and it would at least have the benefit of providing, temporarily, some warmth. on the other hand, a stranger in need may be unlucky or unfortunate. I don’t know him well enough to say whether his problem is circumstantial or self-induced, but with family, I can say. Ultimately, the… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 years ago

Ah. Cultivating out-group ‘altruism’, status by demonstrating approved morality, to counter the natural in-group preference.

In-group is made out to be negative, thus lower status.
“That’s not who we are.”

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

Is it still Friday? Ok. Good. O/T:

The vaccinated are not the killshot.

The vaccinated are the primary vector to spread spike proteins to kill the fat, sick, and weak. The term ‘variants’ is a disguise for vaccine injury, the collateral damage.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Woops. And sterilize the young, of course.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Woops woops.
And to force all into the Freedom Pass system.

Hey, it’s Friday. Cut me some slack here?

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

The big question would be: How much of this agenda [vector/sterilize/freedom-pass] was planned beforehand, and how much of it is the Georgia Guidestones crowd improvising on the fly as circumstances change on the ground? I still can’t figure out why Israel jumped head-first & whole-heartedly into the shallow* end of the v@xx pool, unless the khazarians are imposing their own mini-Georgia-Guidestones project upon the sephardim & mizrahim & ethiopians & aramaeans. Are Netanyahu/Bennett simply medicine-illiterate stooges handpicked to be duped just like Trump/Biden were? I guess I spent so many years in the medicine industrial complex that it’s difficult for… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

Not My Usual Pen Name: ” . . . there’s consistent agreement that almost all of today’s med students & interns & residents are outright psychopaths, interested in one thing and one thing only: SHOW ME DA MONEY!!!!!”

Oh, surely not. I’m completely confident the Han and Pajeet, like the Juice before them, become doctors not for money and status, but out of pure altruism and the desire to save White lives.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

Israel is nothing special to them, just another country, just another market. Baruch and Morganthau ordered the bombing of supply convoys to Belsen-Bergen just to stage the famous ‘liberation’ photographs, remember? These are a people that have been at war with a radical segment of their society since the Arc of the Covenant. They wrote the Bible, in part, to try to figure out how to deal with that segment that arose. Remember Jacob & Esau, the Golden Calf. The majority wanted to blend with us, that’s why they were gathering White brides. The radicals want to replace us, this… Read more »

Pozymandias
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

My impression is that the people with an interest in medicine who actually care about people will gravitate towards scientific research with an aim towards developing cures for disease. The less caring are fine with just being mechanics who repair (ever more expensively) the damage done by age and disease. There are still doctors who care about their patients but today, the emphasis is clearly on cashing in on illness. It’s been obvious for a long time that the best way for doctors to prevent disease and treat people is to make sure they understand nutrition, exercise, and the value… Read more »

Steve
Steve
2 years ago

A fantastic podcast Z and one in which you put into words a great many things that have been mulling around in my thoughts for quite some time. One big takeaway from this is your segment on “patriotism” and how many people in the elite have weaponized it for their own ends and the parallel you said to develop and I think I have been unwittingly doing this for quite some time. Having roots that go back to the days of the Mayflower, I never display the current flag on Independence Day, I only fly the Betsy Ross Flag, even… Read more »

Guest
Guest
Member
Reply to  Steve
2 years ago

Ensign
Born in 64
Hard to believe what the old fellers are thinkin

370H55V
370H55V
2 years ago

“An old and mostly true observation about revolutions is that they end up where they started with a new set of rulers doing pretty much the same things as the rulers they deposed in the revolution.”

Um, haven’t read all the comments above, but if no one else noticed it, let me say that Roger Daltrey said pretty much the same thing fifty years ago.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  370H55V
2 years ago

And unfortunately, we DO get fooled again. Over and over. 🙂

Whiskey
Whiskey
2 years ago

I do think that Branch Covidianism is the fulcrum over a hot civil war. Biden’s Regime is now withholding monoclonal antibodies from Red States, specifically Florida, Tennessee, and Texas as punishment for their defiance of his vaccine (and soon to be: mask, lockdown, and booster shot) mandates. The Feds are just hoarding them. DeSantis and others have made direct purchases but the “meeting engagement” is likely to be the Regency bigfooting everything and forbidding those direct purchases (which they can, they are the Feds, its what they do). The next step is withholding food, power, etc. That’s going to happen.… Read more »

Hi -Ya!
Hi -Ya!
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

Great point about Soros and these foreigners who basically rule us. I just listened to Yarvis’ interview with Tucker, which was really interesting. Of course he never brought up race or even immigration, but still, his notion that:

We don’t live in a democracy, and
We shouldn’t live in a democracy.

Also that. the “voters” are like the queen of England was something I never thought of, but really well put by Yarvis

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

I agree this very well may be the spark. I’m certain it is intentional.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

So glad to hear about the inversion of goodwill and patriotism. Inversion, a term I picked up from a Chicago lawyer who fought legal battles with commies in his city, is a rock-solid reliable term. To take anything good and invert it, flip it, view it through a dark mirror. It seems like a neural circuitry problem. I think it is. But how to explain hypocrisy, doublethink, contradiction? These people really believe they’re on the side of good, fighting against evil. Hypocrisy? Easy. If the mind can flip it once, it can flip it twice. Or as many times as… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Last week Desantis was evil for using the voodoo medicine.
This week, he’s hoarding it, to withhold it from disadvantaged minorities.

TomA
TomA
2 years ago

Just finished the podcast. Main takeaway was the revelation about Bush-the-Minor using the patriotism card as a lever to con the plebs into supporting endless war. Deception on that level is evil on steroids, but it came at the price of growing skepticism & even cynicism in all things government. And what goes around, comes around. Or more properly, two can play that game. The NextGen freedom fighter will now wear the cloak of patriotism (and all the other PC traits) as a mask to enable infiltration & subterfuge. That is the beauty of not having clearly defined uniforms &… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
2 years ago

I would argue that as Americanism has declined to basically, “I stayed in a Holiday Inn Express” with anyone like Ilhan Omar being “American” … or AOC or Kamala Harris or Obama for that matter; ordinary White people have looked for alternative identities and have found them. Sports teams: Raider Nation, the Children of the Corn, Red Sox Nation, etc. have their own identities that in some cases even supersede that of America. It would have been scandalous in the 1970s and even 1980s to call a sports teams fan a “nation.” Flags: the Gadsden Flag, “Don’t Tread On Me”… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

I went to see the Philadelphia Flyers in 2001 and it was the first sports game after 911, at least in Philadelphia, but I think in the nation. The game was interrupted with a Bush speech broadcast live that went on for like 45 minutes (it went on so long they ended up cancelling the rest of the game) . It is an experience I will never forget. The patriotic fervor was so great that people started booing the teams because they were lounging around and not paying any attention whatsoever to the President’s speech. It was absolutely surreal and… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

That sort of scene occurring today is unimaginable. The AW Power Structure has absolutely killed any real sense of American identity by demonizing the very people who conceived, built and sustained America. I proudly flew the flag after 9/11. If a similar incident occurred tomorrow, I would feel nothing. And I know I’m far from alone in that regard.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

I will one up you and date myself. When Reagan was shot, I was in my college college’s student center. When the news came on, the blacks roared with approval, high-fiving each other and making dance moves. It was in that moment I realized these are not our countrymen and never will be.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

Let me tell you the opposite version of that story. During the week of 9/11/2001 I worked in and around almost nothing but minorities and a sprinkling of Muslims. I was as outraged as most anyone you knew and had papered up my office door w/ some related items. Poems like Flanders Fields (WW1) and some other things I found online w/ striking pictures of those towers aflame. Everyone else that worked around me? Crickets. I still to this day am not entirely sure if this was because a) They are genetic aliens and simply were totally indifferent to anything… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Apex Predator
2 years ago

Your comment reminds me of the experience that many whites had to the reactions of black friends to the OJ trial.

http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/022416.html

‘a [black] graduate of a good university, danced in glee over the acquittal of O.J. Simpson, and the man explained that he was happy because the verdict was “payback” for all the things whites had done to blacks, among which was that they had “stolen” black civilization.’

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

Black civilization. Now there’s the ultimate oxymoron.

But I can corroborate this experience. At the time the verdict was announced, I was working in a dry cleaners, and perhaps two-thirds of the employees were black and Hispanic. When the verdict was announced a large percentage of the PoC cheered wildly, while whites shook their heads in disgust, bewilderment and dismay. Verily, your skin is your team.

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

I remember where I was too. I had a minor flip out in public I was so angry.

BUt I went back to being a civ nat for another 15 years. Its interesting to reflect back on the moments of race realism in my life. When my brother was applying ot med school, I knew that blacks would be pushed ahead of him. That was in the early 90s

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

Come on man! We stole all their good ideas and won’t give em back. We’re selfish like that.

La-Z-Man
La-Z-Man
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

This is how ridiculous that notion is on its face. When a people conquers another as for example the Romans over the Greeks, whatever is taken from the vanquished doesn’t suddenly disappear among the conquered. Remnants are there. Blacks would have us believe that Europeans stole everything from them and erased every vestige of it in the lands of origin, and further the Africans were never able to re-create that bounty civilization. Got it.

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

ABC news [as I recall] had a camera crew in the lounge/cafeteria of the Howard University Skrewl of Law, as the OJ verdict was being announced, and when the judge read the “Innocent” verdict, all the little heb00nz & sheb00nz lept into the air in unison [as though they were reaching for da jump ball], and came back down to earth with hugs & kisses & high-fives all around. My recollection is that Ted Koppel showed the footage on his “Nightline” show, but I have never been able to find it on yewt00b, and I imagine that all copies of… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

I was in the cafeteria of a public university when the verdict was announced. I had not followed the shitshow at all. But when I heard a crowd of blacks (a minority of that student body, we not having outstanding athletics then), I knew what it was about. 🙁 Of course, then as now, any attempt at rational conversation with a Woke, of any race, to note that blacks have six times the homicide rate of whites, or that 85%+ of the victims are black, that black-on-nonblack violence is the norm, rather than the opposite, would get one labeled as… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Apex Predator
2 years ago

American patriotism has always been a white thing. How often have you non-whites exhibiting patriotism, unless it’s for the all-black US basketball team in the Olympics? America was a white country. It was created and populated by whites, and almost the entirety of its history was the history of whites, speaking white languages, and engaging in white cultural, legal and economic practices. Why would POC feel any attachment to that? It was alien to them. It was not their country. For non-whites, America was always little more than a shopping mall to ransack. The 9/11 terrorists were POC who killed… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  Apex Predator
2 years ago

My mother gave me a copy of a book called the worst 100 people in America (or maybe 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America) by one of the NRO guys. A bunch of the people listed were listed because of their reaction to 911, which was to blame us and say we deserved it. Unfortunately, the poison of anti-whiteness and anti-American-ness was already well entrenched. A lot of progressives’ response to 911 was “we deserved it” or “we provoked them” Ron Paul did the same thing (I really like/liked Ron Paul. This was hard to swallow). That was actually… Read more »

Forever Templar
Forever Templar
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

If they had said “we had it coming”, I could empathise. Deserved” carries a lot of moralistic overtones to which I can’t think is appropriate. Frankly, it’s pretty damn sick minded. Lime saying someone deserves rape or molestation.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

Allentown, PA. February, 1984. The beginning of the Iron Sheik/Sgt. Slaughter feud. Look at this crowd, white and working class. This can never be recreated, the unity over the Pledge of Allegiance and the “U.S.A” chants, nor should we aspire to revive the corpse of the former Republic, but it’s a display of the kind of unity we should strive to create around our people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch_BYUYpTsU

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  KGB
2 years ago

Allentown is a slum now. This period in the early 80s was the beginning of the end for Allentown. By the 90s it was pretty bad. I used to know some people in Easton, PA (which isn’t very far from Allentown) and that got bad too. OTOH, my father’s company used to have a yearly company picnic at Dorney Park. I used to love visiting Dorney and meeting all my father’s co-workers as a small boy. Our politicians should have been arrested and put in hard labor camps for the rest of their lives for what they did all these… Read more »

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
2 years ago

I lived in Allentown from 1975 to 1983. It’s were I got my apartment burglarized by a couple joggers. It was officially designated an “All American City” back then but was already becoming crappy and dangerous. It was a weirdly dark place – lots of nasty biker gangs and not the kind one sees in Hollywood movies either. Haven’t been back since I left. With the demise of Bethlehem Steel and Mack Trucks moving its headquarters and much of its production to save money I can only imagine how much worse it’s gotten.

goofus
goofus
Reply to  Peabody
2 years ago

Well, they put a pretty big casino in the spot where the Bethlehem Steel plant was. You can gamble your savings away surrounded by the decommissioned equipment, which is all there on display. Poetic…

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

Since it’s Friday, and since this is a war of elimination, and since he made the comment yesterday, I’m going off- topic here to thank Compsci for proving what we all knew to be true: That I am, indeed, the Stupidest Sumbich Alive. Compsci said, “there must be transmission from vexx’d to vexx’d given the numbers. The strain is Delta if I’m correct.” Welp, I’ve been fully onboard the genocide train, End Times Apocalypse, Children of Men sort of thing. I fell for the mind-f**kery, the pervasive unease, the poisonous atmosphere. I think they want to kill off whites, even… Read more »

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

ADE of that sort, if it does come about, takes longer than that. The sentiment seems to be another year “in the crockpot” at least, although I’ve seen four to five years pitched as well.

The issue, or perhaps non-issue, is that the way the vax is designed is that it’s only a one-time anti-body hit and six to eight months after the booster your body has forgotten completely (hopefully) about it. Of course that can be “mitigated” with a lengthy booster regime.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 years ago

I’ve heard a lot of “First shot gave me a sore arm and maybe a headache, second one knocked me on my ass,” so at least in the short term the danger is probably a simple more-is-worse immune reaction to the spike protein. Boosters of the same shot, pharma clearing out their oversupply of obsolete goo, will just increase the incidence of blood clots, heart enlargement, seizures, etc. ADE comes later, at whatever random moment the right mutation happens. The more asymptomatic carriers, the sooner. Statistically, it’s already out there. But the “right” virus might have to emerge a hundred… Read more »

Dennis Roe
Dennis Roe
Reply to  Hemid
2 years ago

All the animals they pumped this shit into are dead. But they put it out there anyway, this is a genocide.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Azaebo, glad to be of help—even inadvertently. 😉 However, as to winning the crown so to speak, I (and I suspect others here) will fight you for it. Scamdemic idiocracy is but one subject we speak of here these days. There are a myriad of other topics brought up by Z-man and commentators posting here that have left me with the thought—“What have I been thinking all these years?” It’s down right unsettling at times. You live, you learn, you move on.

Rando
2 years ago

My pastor made the point in last Sunday’s sermon that many sins are just good things that have become twisted into something evil. And that it is actually those types of sin that can be the most pernicious. Patriotism in a normal country is a good thing but it has been twisted into serving evil. There’s still a lot of good people who are unknowingly serving evil because of this. Even if it destroys them. Just look at the case of Ashli Babbit. She loved her country, and was killed for it. And the dumbass cop who shot her still… Read more »

3 Pipe Problem
3 Pipe Problem
Reply to  Rando
2 years ago

Evil preaches tolerance until it is dominant, then it tries to silence good.”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  3 Pipe Problem
2 years ago

It once preached freedom of speech in the exact same vein.

toastedposts
toastedposts
2 years ago

Napoleon was a secular version of the Sun King. This doesn’t ring true at all to me. Napoleon had an entirely different philosophy, an entirely different personality, and an entirely different power-base than Louis XVI. Napoleon was a dark-triadish, pragmatic military general. Louis XVI was a buffoon who bankrupted his country by fluffing up an utterly useless and arrogant aristocracy. Louis XVI sort of rhymes with our current useless Washinton elite and associated noblemen in the US. Now imagine that the US, in reaction to this had a hard-totalitarian communist revolution. And somehow in the turmoil and terror of the… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

You are getting your Louis confused. The Sun King was Louis XIV. “Apres Mois, le deluge.” He reigned in the second half the 1600s to the early 1700s. His regime was characterized by: A. Constant Warfare on his borders. B. Repression of feudalism and a centralized, absolute monarchy. C. Repression and expulsion of Protestants. With his reign founded on both military success abroad and the divine right of kings at home. Napoleon famously crowned himself emperor, and reigned as sort of a People’s Ruler. He ruthlessly cut down the old Committee For Public Safety, not the least of which is… Read more »

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

No, Le Roi Soleil referred to was, as Whiskey points out, Louis XIV. Louis XVI was, indeed, an idiot running on fumes. That Louis XIV presaged and informed many of Napoleon’s policies seems a reasonable surmise.

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

Napoleon was a provincial nobody 2nd lieutenant when the French Revolution started. And his rise would have been impossible in the Ancien Regime precisely because he was a nobody.

Similarly, Grant wasn’t much of a military man at the start of the civil war. Neither was Cromwell at the beginning of the English civil war.

Point being, that whatever autocrat emerges from the troubles ahead will be an unknown nonentity, pushed to greatness by the troubles.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
2 years ago

The time for white patriotism and altruism is at an end. Or more precisely, white patriotism and altruism must have a new object. Whereas in the past whites, mostly justifiably, directed their patriotism toward the United States, now it must be channeled into the creation of a white homeland. Today, whites waving the Stars and Stripes is providing moral support for a state that seeks overtly to destroy white people. That way walks madness. As for altruism, it must now, in as much as it is possible, be reserved for fellow whites. In general, I bear no ill will toward… Read more »

JohnWayne
JohnWayne
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

Yup yup, ok by me OK.

First we separate, then sort, then congregate, then build a separate parallel life. Our own “no go” zones. Nothing in writing, just de facto. There are places in my city where we mustn’t go. Why shouldn’t we have our own such places?

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

As Robert Barnes says,

“Never in writing, always in cash”.

And you’re spot on with regards to parallel “zones” of existence. I’m still having trouble figuring out a means of exchange, other than barter.

If the deplorables could cut the cord from the current banking and credit card system, the yolk would be much lighter on the neck.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Bartleby the Scrivner
2 years ago

Add to that: no emails, no texts, no phone calls. As the recent guy said about the survival rules for a Chicago alderman: “Only take envelopes of cash from people you know.” 😀

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

No ill will, but off you go, blacks. You have been given every chance in to have the privilege to live among us and in what we build and you spit in our face over and over.

OFF YOU GO!

I think theres a Johnny Reb song for this situation…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
2 years ago

The rule for this abomination that currently controls D.C.:

Give it nothing, take anything you can from it.

Rules for Whites vis other Whites:

All within the race, nothing outside the race.

I also bear no animosity toward non-Whites, but I also owe them nothing. Hasten the day we live apart, hopefully as friends. As for the AGW Whites and (((Whites))), I have as much hatred reserved for them as they do for me.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jack Dobson
2 years ago

*AWR although the overlap with AGW is undeniable.

Vizzini
Member
2 years ago

Most of the “American citizens” “stranded” in Afghanistan are not Americans at all. Just certificate-holders.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

The number of “real Americans” in Afghanistan who are not there for the Great Grift can be counted on the fingers of one foot.
Fuckem.

Gunner Q
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Those poor Afghan-Americans, trapped in their native Afghanistan where their extended families live to face the predictable consequences of their last twenty years’ worth of choices. Life can be so unfair.

Vizzini
Member
2 years ago

I don’t agree with Ayn Rand about everything, but I understood the very first time I read her that she was onto something with regard to altruism. She saw the dark underbelly of altruism very clearly.

“Guilt is altruism’s stock in trade and the inducing of guilt is its only means of self-perpetuation.”

“If any civilization is to survive, it is the morality of altruism that men have to reject.”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Very true and even though a Rand affectionado, a teaching which I admit—embarrassingly—I ignored until recently. My recommendation for those wishing to practice such virtues is simple: Do so on a personal level to those who are White and are known to you.

Trust me, there are many such to keep you fully occupied.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

I dunno, V. I am sympathetic to objectivists too… but altruism has a place in white run states and communities, doesn’t it? With it we have built globe spanning empires. When we dispense with it, our cultures tend to fall. Rand did pretty good for a jewess and sexual degenerate I have to admit. The only race where that generalization seems to fail is with Jews. Their civic cycle seems to be one where they amass great power until their hosts see what they’re up to… and they get driven back into poverty and often driven out altogether. Altruism (or… Read more »

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
2 years ago

All you have to do is see how easily altruism was weaponized against us in order to regard it with loathing. As Zman said in the show, Whites did quite well with “charity,” “kindness” and “looking out for the less fortunate” long before political altruism became a force. As soon as someone starts telling you, “I have to take something away from you to benefit this other guy, whether you like it or not and if you resist me you are selfish!” you know you’re being fed a shit sandwich and that sort of collective “It’s regrettable that I have… Read more »

Maus
Maus
Reply to  Glenfilthie
2 years ago

Altruism is a slippery word. What does it mean in terms of concrete human acts? I accept the necessity for a Christian to practice charity, but Jesus spoke about individual acts of providing food, water, and clothing. He said nothing about housing or education. In other words, his commission was to give man a fish, not to teach him how to fish. But somehow this was transmogrified into the international economic development schemes that are today the essence of globohomo. If altruism is anything other than what Jesus prescribed 2000 years ago, I thoroughly reject it. I am not a… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Maus
2 years ago

I believe in Jesus’ time, there was a better balance in altruism, that is to say, charity. If I recall, there was an Old Testament precept about leaving a portion of your field ungleaned so that widows and orphans could come and harvest that portion of the field for their (charitable) sustenance. Note what the wisdom of the exchange was. You left a portion of your grain in the field as a charitable “donation”. They (the poor) had to sweat and toil as any other person to obtain this “gift”! There was no command that you had to harvest it,… Read more »

Pete
Pete
Reply to  Maus
2 years ago

Christianity means that if you see a poor beggar who needs help and, in your own personal judgement they deserve the help, then you reach into YOUR OWN POCKET and you help them. What you don’t do is vote for a political party who will steal hard-earned money from someone else and give it to the beggar. Liberals do this, and then strut around acting holy, like THEY helped the person. i.e. maybe you help someone whose house burned down through no fault of his own, but you don’t help a junkie. It’s your choice. Charity cannot be coerced by… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Glenfilthie
2 years ago

Out-group altruism is most certainly NOT a Hebrew thing, as a perusal of the Old Testament will show 😀

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Isn’t the reason that white countries used to be nice places to live is because people cared about things beyond themselves, like their community? A small example: I live in an area that has only recently begun to be infected by West Coast people. Until recently, people were quite courteous in traffic: Let the other driver go first, lots of nice hand waves, no tailgating. Now I notice people cutting off the other drivers and tailgating. I feel like I’m in San Fran again. I imagine that an Objectivist who rejects altruism would drive like the cutthroat @ssholes from LA.… Read more »

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

A language isn’t always adequate to make the distinctions one wants to make. “Altruism” to me has always seemed something that emerges as a way to guilt or coerce people into doing what you want them to do. I use it in that sense as a very distinct thing from “charity,” “generosity,” “kindness” or whatever terms you like to use for when people choose to act based on their own moral sense of what is right and good. I tend to use the word “altruism” as a pejorative encompassing the concepts of “political altruism” or “pathological altruism” because we have… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Yes, I agree. The semantics of “altruistic” are subtle.

For me, I want to support those who can and will reciprocate my support, which basically means traditional whites.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

“I imagine that an Objectivist who rejects altruism would drive like the cutthroat @ssholes from LA.”

But that guy from LA will be right up in front at the city council meeting insisting that there needs to be a big government levy to support the homeless encampment on the edge of your town, in the name of “altruism.” Oh, and let’s take into our town a whole big bunch of third-world refugees! Altruism.

As I say in my other post, “altruism” always seems to come about in destructive forms. I distinguish it from being charitable, generous or kind.

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

I think we are missing something here. Its not just altruism that has screwed us, its that white men, in our hubris, started thinking that we could My-Fair-Lady women, blacks and then the whole world. We thought we could bend the world to us.That we could make women and blacks in our own image if only they accepted the enlightenment ideals The project was a secular one, many may say a Freemasonic one. The project is to build a world without the Catholic Church, build on fraternity, freedom and equality. ITs an anti-gospel. One built on “humanitarianism” and not the… Read more »

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

It’s a toxic mix of pathological altruism, out group preference and a tabula rasa belief.

IE “those poor sods only need the proper programming to be upstanding like me, as opposed to the bad whites that are just bad”.

Vizzini
Member
2 years ago

Please, please, don’t help us in Appalachia. We’ve been the recipient of far too much “help.” I’m inundated every day with meeting notices from the many groups of left wing grifters trying to make a buck off grant money.

As for not sending us Afghanis, please — punish us more like that.

SidVic
SidVic
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Tennessee valley authority was alright.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  SidVic
2 years ago

Nope. Pretty much all FDR’s depression-era programs were BS nose-under-the-tent socialism. You can’t prove to me it was a good program unless you prove to me we’d be worse off without it, that the electrification and development in the Tennessee Valley wouldn’t have happened anyway. I never met a government program that actually did things efficiently. You don’t need to convince people to generate, sell and use electricity. And the fact that the TVA still exists nearly 100 years later, long after its founding purpose is fulfilled just goes to show that once you establish an “emergency” government program, you… Read more »

Pozymandias
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Separation of Corporation and State is probably more important than separation of Church and State at this point. The TVA was an early example of a blending of these things and today we have big corporations being used as “police by proxy” to enforce the various illegal mandates of various governors and town councils.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

As someone who gets to hear the national anthem twice a week in gym full of normies, I can tell you that patriotism is still extremely strong with upper middle class whites. Hands over the hearts, the whole nine yards. I wish that I could ask them what they think the USA means, what makes them so proud. My guess is that each would have a different answer and that most would feel patriotism toward something that no longer exists except in their minds. But in our protected little slice of the world, their fantasy is reality. Neighbors still help… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

Citizen: All true, but . . . that bubble needs to be burst. Stat. Comfortable or not, their dream bubble is, for most outside, a world-wide nightmare. Sorry, I’m all out of sympathy for normies, of any economic class. Black pill Friday for me.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

I was weird the other day when one of the local guys I hire for my ranch went off on an anti-racism rant. It was prompted because a guy he’d brought in to help that day was half-black — a rarity out here. The half-black guy was middle-aged and lived here all his life, basically a very tan redneck. Somehow, later when the half-black guy wasn’t around, my friend/worker felt compelled to tell me about a couple incidents where this guy or his black dad had been mistreated and how the good, non-racist White guys stepped in to stop it,… Read more »

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

And your friend, no doubt, feels really good when he heaps praise on the black man.

I have a friend who likes to virtual signal, who told a story on facebook about going to a fast food place years ago with a black friend, and threatened to get violent with somebody who made a racist remark to the black friend. The story ended by my virtue-signaling friend describing how everyone at the fast food place stood up and applauded.

I’ll take “shit that never happened for $500, Alex!”

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

The story I relate to normies like that is I tell the tale of blacks ruining the white, mostly Slavic, burghs to my east. I rattle them off, along with a story from each one, working my way from east to west until I arrive at my burgh where I mention that they are now moving into it having despoiled everything east. I’ll ask something like “I don’t want my town to fall, but then what should I do?” Crickets, that’s the only response I’ve ever gotten.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Yep, between TV/media and knowing a few non-whites who act fairly white, most whites 100% believe the fantasy. And why not? It makes them feel ever so good about themselves. They get a pat on the head from society. It’s wonderful. Unfortunately, only reality washing up on their doorstep will change their tune, and, of course, by that point, it’s too late to do anything about it. But I will say that I’ve heard more grumblings from whites in the past year and a half than in the previous 20 years. There are cracks in the Matrix, and people are… Read more »

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

I like your approach of taking your own side, and while you may be done arguing, I’m not. I use the term “antiwhite” as often as possible, and push back on CRT (as antiwhite) and white privilege (pointing out that jewish privilege and asian privilege are bigger problems.) every chance I get.

Maybe the libtards are lost causes, but MAGA folks are fertile ground to plant seeds.

The Greek
The Greek
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

You don’t have to disagree with CRT. In fact, highlight that you agree with aspects of CRT. For example, “CRT certainly gets some things right. Being on time, a hard work ethic, and rational thought are all white attributes.” Let them squirm with that one.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

I regret to say that the astigmatism you describe is indeed a reality. I routinely take walks in a beautiful, wealthy and overwhelmingly white neighborhood in my city. And when doing so on a traditionally patriotic day–most recently it was 9/11/21–the bloody flags fly in profusion. I dare say close to 75% of the houses brandish the Stars and Stripes. And, as you say, it makes a certain amount of sense. The people living in that neighborhood have it good. Dam’ good. They are far from miserable, and they fail to sense the misery that is encroaching upon them from… Read more »

Dinothedoxie
Dinothedoxie
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
2 years ago

As someone who gets to hear the national anthem twice a week in gym full of normies, I can tell you that patriotism is still extremely strong with upper middle class whites. Hands over the hearts, the whole nine yards.

Maybe, just maybe it’s time to flip the script and embrace the progressive narrative wrt patriotism.

As in, why yes, it is a white thing. America was great when it was a white country. That’s what people are nostalgically clinging to with their patriotism. And yes, we do want to make America white again.

Just a thought.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
2 years ago

In a neighboring small town where I grew up the population is almost entirely the original stock of German immigrants who converted the deep forest into farmland and lived off the soil. If the U.S. Government ceased to exist for the first 100 years of their settlement, I doubt anyone would have noticed other than their young people not being conscripted for war. One of the men who grew up in that village decided it was his patriotic duty to enlist after 9/11, and came home in a body bag after getting hit by a car bomb in Iraq. As… Read more »

btp
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 years ago

I hear you. I was well in to my late 20s, with a fledgling career and a small family in 2001, and I seriously considered joining. I would have insisted on some form of combat infantry because you want to shoot people and not drive a truck. Probably would have stuck me in intel or some weasel crap like that.

Point is, I was nearly scammed in to exactly that. Imagine losing a family or a limb for that lie.

SidVic
SidVic
Reply to  btp
2 years ago

Yeah, it’s embarrassing looking back on my attitudes at that time. I do remember having a niggling about why the hell Iraq? Wish i would have gone down that rabbit hole earlier. BTW the myth20 guys have a new and excellent podcast on 9-11. They just about got me convinced it was total false flag. I’ve always believed that they wouldn’t hesitate to take advantage of a catastrophe. Guess I could never get over the psychological barrier that they would murder so many people for a propaganda boon. Truly we are dealing with sociopaths.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  SidVic
2 years ago

I recall Bush the Wrinkled’s Iraq war. I remember watching CSPANs coverage of the Congressional hearings designed to show how solemn and serious our overseers were about starting a war. The hearing featured the tearful testimony of Nayirah, a young nurses aide who told of Iraqi soldiers throwing new born babies from incubators so the machines could be taken to Iraq, Outrage abounded. as it must. A few weeks later it transpired that the girl was the daughter of the Kuwaiti Ambassador and the whole thong was arranges by Hill and Knowlton, a New York PR firm. I expected some… Read more »

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

I noticed at the end of last year that Hill and Knowlton had just got a contract advising the WHO on its Covid Communication Strategy.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

Yes, I embarrassed to say I believed a lot of the ridiculous stories of Saddam Hussein’s monstrous savagery and sadism in the lead-up to the Iraq war.

Then I’ll get on my knees and pray
We don’t get fooled again

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

We were overseas at the time of Gulf War I and listened to the whole thing via BBC radio. My biggest regret at the time was “Well, there goes our trip to see the pyramids led annually by the Egyptian embassy here.” So my whole memory of it is rather different from other Americans who lived through it via network television.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

“…Hill and Knowlton had just got a contract advising the WHO on its Covid Communication Strategy.”

That right there is the fountain, the source of corporate wokeness.

The marketing firms.

Corporates, university, and agencies hire somebody to identify and outreach to a target pool.

The marketer tells them who the most promising pool is, and designs a marketing to catch it.

If it were the other way around, it would be racist profiling, now wouldn’t it?
“We want these people, more than those.”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

I was so moved by reports of Serbian atrocities against Bosnian Muslims in the mid-90s that I actually wrote a poem about America’s “reprehensible” inaction in the Balkans and dedicated it to–horribile dictu–Joe Biden, who was stridently pushing war against the Serbs. That poem actually won me a prize in a national poetry competition. If I could only have known…

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

I fell for those crap stories too. Even watched said girl testify to the Congressional committee and felt anger…

And Alzaebo wants to claim the “stupid crown”—get to the back of the line, you’re a piker.

Vizzini
Reply to  SidVic
2 years ago

“time. I do remember having a niggling”

That’s racist!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  SidVic
2 years ago

In 2001, the anti-white nature of America was not yet terribly apparent. At that time, I was pretty much a rightwing Griller, not to become a DR race realist until several years later. Still, I was reasonably aware and perceptive, but had not yet fully grasped what America was soon to become. That being the case, I was in a state of full-on bomb-em-to-glass war dudgeon like so many other whites. Had I been able to foresee what the country would be like in less than 20 years, my reaction would have been rather different indeed.

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  btp
2 years ago

Imagine losing a family or a limb for that lie. If you get into serious genealogy, and research the origins of your family, then you’re very likely to discover that you are descended from men whose young adulthoods were “staggered” just out of synch from the cycle of war. As an example: French & Indian Wars, 1754 – 1763: soldiers were born circa 1734 – 1743 Revolutionary War, 1774-1781: soldiers were born circa 1754-1761 War of 1812: soldiers were born circa 1792 And it’s very likely that you’re descended from men who were born out-of-synch with that pattern, such as,… Read more »

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

Well, my Dad was “cannon fodder” in WW 2, so I got lucky. 😉

Peabody
Peabody
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

Mine was infantry in the Korean War and was lucky enough to come back intact and sire 3 more kids. His dad was too young for WW1 and too old for WW11. He was of 100% German descent so being an “in between” baby was truly a blessing.

That word “infantry” is kind of interesting, isn’t it?

Sid
Sid
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

My grandfather fought in the pacific theater and got a silver star. A lot of his war buddies signed up for the reserve. One weekend a month camping and extra money. Why not? Grandpa was like hell no! A lot of them found themselves in Korea. They didn’t even get a generational reprieve.

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  Vizzini
2 years ago

A lot of his war buddies signed up for the reserve… Grandpa was like hell no… A lot of them found themselves in Korea. It would be fascinating to learn how many Korean War deaths were of men who had also served in WWII [it’s entirely possible that someone has already compiled that statistic]. The bottom line is that no one beats the odds forever. Eventually Bad Luck catches up to all of us. I just learned that one of my brother’s high skrewl buddies died in a traffic collision. Dude was a phenomenal athlete; played lacrosse and was all-conference… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

Not My Usual Pen Name: Excellent point. Studying genealogy gives one many different and valid perspectives on history.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

My dad was WWll fodder for Zeros and submarines, but I fell into the “selective service window” (I didn’t have to register for the draft.)
Asynchronous.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

Given that the US has been at war for 90% of its history, your theory would posit a current population of about three.
Thank God for immigration Eh?

Anonymous White Male
Anonymous White Male
Reply to  Chet Rollins
2 years ago

This is why I have no use for the inclusion of 9/11 into the religiosity grift that it has become. What good has come out of New York City? As far as I am concerned, they are not part of my country. Its not that I hate them. Its not that I don’t see that they are human beings living their lives in the pursuit of happiness. But, a manufactured event, like flying planes into two buildings in NYC, sent us into a protracted “war” for 20 years, and accomplished nothing except getting mostly White Americans killed. I take that… Read more »

Neon_Bluebeard
Neon_Bluebeard
Reply to  Anonymous White Male
2 years ago

In the immediate aftermath of 911 I felt a kinship with the people of New York City. The attack on them was an attack on my and my family.

I no longer feel that way. If 911 happened today I might cheer. (Sorry if you are DR and live in NYC. If it makes you feel better I have family in S. Cali and still pray to St. Andreas)

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Neon_Bluebeard
2 years ago

I wonder if its becuse of TV that the US was homogenous enough to have family live more or less anywhere. All those shows could take place anywhere.

I think now its not homogenous, but it was until recently. I thought of new york as part of “my country”

BUt not anymore.

Bartleby the Scrivner
Bartleby the Scrivner
Reply to  Neon_Bluebeard
2 years ago

I’m at a restaurant reading your post, and the end of it made me laugh out loud!
The people around me think I’m nuts.
I too, would like the western shore to slide into the pacific.

Abelard Lindsey
Abelard Lindsey
2 years ago

“Since white people are not permitted to cheer for their own side, their natural altruism has one outlet. White people are conditioned to link their happiness to the happiness of nonwhites.”

Or just not be altruistic at all.

Vizzini
Member
Reply to  Abelard Lindsey
2 years ago

The state propaganda does not endorse the choice of not being altruistic. Pathological altruism is its stock in trade.

If you make the jump to not being altruistic you are on your way to dissidence.

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Abelard Lindsey
2 years ago

Feigned altruism is the cloak you wear when you want to get in close. Think of it as but one more tool in your bag of tricks. There’s a good reason why modern military troops wear camo in the field.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Abelard Lindsey
2 years ago

Abelard, suppose that you lived in a town with a nice community feeling and the local factory closed down leaving half of the families unemployed.

If you still had a job, would you donate to the local food bank? Or would you say, “f*ck those guys for not being more self sufficient?”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  LineInTheSand
2 years ago

That’s a good point Line, but there’s another aspect I’d point out. Suppose you live in a berg where the one and only prerequisite for elective office is an Hispanic surname. And that being such, a generation of Hispanic grifters and know-nothings has driven the berg into third world status. Then suppose one industry after another pulls out and moves while others never even consider moving here. Then the covid scamdemic hits like a tornado and folks on the margins are desperate—but it was precisely those who voted in the grifters. Feeling charitable still? The Community Food Bank here found… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Compsci: Very well said. No charitable giving or ‘civic’ duties until we have a nation. Anything else just unnecessarily lends legitimacy to and extends the lifespan of the occupation.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
2 years ago

“A visitor from another planet would assume the white people in this area of the planet worship the black people…”

Oh shit, Z’s onto me 🙂

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago
Melissa
Melissa
2 years ago

Wonderful podcast, thank you.
I hate that ((they)) have eradicated that warm sentiment of patriotism and I still hold out hope that my children can truly experience it someday.

While the outrage and deep concern for Afghans who find happen to find themselves in their home country of Afghanistan is on full display, not a word is mentioned about the condition of South African farmers. Must be due to that crazy conspiracy theory about white genocide.
There were 26 farm attacks and 9 farm murders there in August. If you are a believer, please include them in your prayers.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Melissa
2 years ago

You’re missing a bracket.

SidVic
SidVic
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

My thought too. Lazy counter-semite 🙂

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
2 years ago

The Bush clan has always been superb at playing bait and switch with other people’s patriotism. (They’re also good at manipulating people’s sense of charity, decency and guilt.) What’s tragic was the Bushes were simultaneously undermining the very basis of patriotism: a common people. Nevertheless, residual patriotism lives on in heritage Americans (Union and especially South) and those with living memory of the vestiges of America, despite the material conditions on the ground being distorted almost beyond recognition. AntiWar paleos, paleolibertarians and isolationists had no problem seeing through the Bush machinations – so did Greenwald, Escobar, and Financial Times, South… Read more »

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  AnotherAnon
2 years ago

Tater Sean.

Just like Tater Joe.

The only question worth axing [i.e. worth learning the correct & truthful answer to] would be: WHO WRITES THEIR SCRIPTS?!?!?

Identify the scriptwriters, and you’ve identified The True Enemy.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  AnotherAnon
2 years ago

“Currently he’s running a One Man Ted Koppel revival act with “Day x of Americans left in Afghanistan”, as if it was 1979 all over. ”

Now, that’s pathetic, and shows how clueless, deceptive and deluded Con, Inc., truly is. The thought that with the dramatically changed demographics and communization of many Whites that a Reagan redux is on the horizon is….special. People like Hannity either were useful idiots or deliberately participated in this country’s destruction. Maybe I should embrace the power of “and.”

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  AnotherAnon
2 years ago

As Jack has pointed out, Hannity is a useful idiot. He is one of the stupidest men on the radio, perhaps the stupidest if one weighs in his share of audience. He of course, is a civnat of the highest order. He promotes himself tirelessly and when he has a “guest”, can never allow but a few moments to pass by before interjecting himself by interrupting the guest. Hannity is all about Hannity. That he is so popular shows the vast gulf we need to bridge with the common White listener.

David Wright
Member
2 years ago

My daughter was referring to have to make a trip to the local mega mall recently. She hadn’t been there in a while and described the run down and overall decline of this once popular shopping experience. That’s a perfect metaphor for America isn’t it. I know we have been described using the mall analogy before but the dysgenic part is in full swing and those on our side know it all too well.

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

the local mega mall… a perfect metaphor for America…

Especially when you take about sixty or 120 seconds out of your busy day to engage in just a teeny-tiny little bit of cyber-stalking, so as to figure out which particular clan owns the real estate in question.

Then armed with that knowledge, you’ll realize that it truly is a perfect metaphor.

PRO-TIP: There’s a reason they loved to make movies like “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”…

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Not My Usual Pen Name
2 years ago

I don’t get it, why did they make fast times?

karl von hungus
karl von hungus
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

guessing some financial connection between the producers of the movie, and the frequent scenes set in (and filmed at) a local mall.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

To make whites look stupid. Just like we’really pushed into attacking foreign nations to make us look evil.

Not My Usual Pen Name
Not My Usual Pen Name
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

To make whites look stupid.

Yep, something along the lines of: “We own all the money, we own all the real estate, we own all the movies, and we own all your filthy shiksa whore daughters.”

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

Here’s an apropos article from Takimag:

https://www.takimag.com/article/blackbuster-video/

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
2 years ago

Having children has changed so much. Individualism makes even less sense now than at any point in my life. We still go to Church and loath the corruption therein. We still attempt to be good neighbors and go about engaging them in cordial conversation and offering them time and talents if they need it. This wasn’t always the case more recently especially when we lived in the city. As far as the country is concerned; it’s back to the basics or least common denominator for me. Family and tribe are the most important. Then this rule is extended to friends… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
2 years ago

Your comment reminds me of something I was thinking about last night. There’s a township near where I live that was probably upwards of 2/3 farmland when I was a kid. It’s now 90+ % suburban. A couple of years ago, the supervisors approved a big development in the midst of the remaining, mostly Amish, farms over fierce popular resistance. One of those deals with fancy condos surrounding a strip mall. Come local election time, the supervisors got the boot, and the township is now under Democratic control. That’s rock-ribbed, conservative Republican leadership for you: selling you out piecemeal and… Read more »

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago

I had a coworker who lives in a crowded part of the country talk about how he was able to score a house with some land around it such that he was somewhat shielded from his neighbors. Later on, I think even the same day, we were driving by a soulless condo development* in his town and he remarked that he was glad that they were finally able to “do something there”. I asked what was there before and he derisively replied “dirt”. I made no effort to keep my “it’s all so tiresome” face from being donned. *(It gets… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 years ago

I used to think I had a country. Increasingly I think I’m living on a farm of a different sort…

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
2 years ago

Who was the proposed beneficiary of the Kelo decision? Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Corporation.

(A middle class, blue collar community was pushed out of their affordable homes in another SCOTUS backstab.)

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Paintersforms
2 years ago

Painter. As Z-man taught, we are “monetizing social capital” and selling it. Perfect example—and another lesson I learned here from Z-man and this group.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Absolutely true. It’s disgusting.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
2 years ago

Stephen Flemmi: Bittersweet words. I share your sense of loss. But, as you note, only an unnatural fool befriends or supports someone whose beliefs represent a direct and indirect threat to one’s children. I don’t care if they are blood kin or friends you’ve known since you were 2 – if the future they support means your children as a despised and persecuted minority, these people are your enemy and you need to treat them as such. One must let go of that reflexive patriotism and love of country, because that country is in hostile and alien hands. But love… Read more »

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

THats the rub, our most bitter enemy are our blood kin!

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

Just like Jesus said.

Glypto Dropem
2 years ago

“Meet the new boss
same as the old boss.”

Not having truly limited government is the problem for EVERYONE!

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
Reply to  Glypto Dropem
2 years ago

I figured that someone had beaten me to it.

btp
Member
Reply to  Glypto Dropem
2 years ago

Does truly limited government let two men get “married” and adopt children or nah?

I think the whole limited government thing is a useless sideshow.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  btp
2 years ago

btp: Agree. At this point, the standard conservative retreat to ‘limited government’ ignores what Zman states in his essay – “The character of a people is the product of many generations . . . changing a population’s lifetime of habit is impossible.” If one could restore limited, genuinely constitutional government today – even in a nation of almost entirely White people – it would fail. Because minimal government is not going to effect any significant change on habits that have become ingrained over generations. And, as so many here have noted, so many Americans are not what they once were.… Read more »

Felix Krull
Member
2 years ago

I see.

Thanks.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
2 years ago

I might’ve found it here, but “it’s not altruism, it’s more of kind of fetishism” seems purty darn accurate.

I remember waiting politely so as not to interrupt a bunch of black Muslims doing their noon prayer in a rest area, thinking they might notice and return said respect.

I didn’t realize what they were doing then was a display of defiance and disrespect with their big put-on, like blocking a sidewalk or street or airport floor.

(Other Muslims showed me how to pray circumspectly, as is proper, and proper respect for their God.)

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

The blocking of common areas is an intentional, calculated part of Islamic hijra, or jihad via immigration and colonization, against the infidel in his homeland.

Plenty of vids out there where they do this to entire streets in Paris.

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

I first experienced this in Norther VA. GUy in a medium strip. Very creeepy.

My hope is that after some time, we can segregate and start to have more local control. We cant live with them

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

“ I remember waiting politely so as not to interrupt a bunch of black Muslims doing their noon prayer in a rest area, thinking they might notice and return said respect.”

I share your sympathies, but am learning to resist such urges. As Z-man taught, and you now acknowledge, you have let your (White) virtues be used against you (by the unvirtuous).

They set the rules for engagement. Act accordingly. Our better yet, as my tired refrain goes: Leave your virtues at the door, pick them up when you leave.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Alzaebo
2 years ago

Jesus said that hypocrites pray on the street corner, so as to be seen as pious or some shit.

Guess those black muslims didn’t get the message that Jesus so thoughtfully supplied as a corrective, eh?

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
2 years ago

Could this be the first recognition of what we now term “Virtue Signaling”? Who’d have thunk it.

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
2 years ago

Thank God, I was born in the South. Its having an entire history and nation in your back pocket. I honestly feel for the mid-west, who have to intuit a new nation out of nothing. Unless they’re Mormon.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Tykebomb
2 years ago

The Mormons I have talked with practically radiate multicultural civic nationalism. I have no idea what is going on in their homeland areas, but if what I see in the outland (my homeland area) is any indication, they are going to have a hard time, too.

Tykebomb
Tykebomb
Reply to  Horace
2 years ago

The same is true of most southern whites. However, what I’m referring to is the at least vague notion of belonging to some nation that isn’t America.

Glenfilthie
Glenfilthie
Member
2 years ago

There was a time, Z, when worshipping the state through the firemen and the sanitation crews and Loyal Order Of Buffaloes was a good thing. It was good because these were your people, and they were on your side. You went bowling with them, you grilled with them, you babysat their kids, and we were homogenous. As Louis Armstrong once noted, it was a very fancy, very special and very American way to say ‘I love you’. They still do it out of tradition – or try to. Of course it doesn’t work anymore. Now your fire dept. is run… Read more »

btp
Member
Reply to  Glenfilthie
2 years ago

I can’t be patriotic with people who don’t share the same patrimony, can I?

Severian
2 years ago

The worst part of politics is it makes everything political. I don’t want to be *that guy.* That guy is a self-propelled toothache. And yet… what else is there? But that’s how it has to be in Clown World, so I am learning to embrace my inner *sshole. I’m starting to take a sour joy in being obnoxious. “Hey, do you want a Coke?” No thanks, they’re anti White. “Hey, what do you think about So and So?” Dunno, haven’t heard of him, is he White? “Have you watched thus and such?” Nah, I don’t watch tv, call me when… Read more »

Stephanie G
Stephanie G
Reply to  Severian
2 years ago

Since you bring up the Saxons. I would like to ask you and other Americans what you think of Celts? I am a Scot,a full blood Scot which means I am a Celt. The other Celtic peoples in Britain are the Welsh,Cornish,possibly the Manx people and the Irish and we were here before the Anglo Saxons.

Salmon
Salmon
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

I’ve honestly never met a white american in my entire life that has any bias against Celts or even honestly even can distinguish between them and any other white american. In a world where we’re having to dodge jogger bullets and have to put up with around 1/2 of the people we see in public not speaking a lick of english, all those distinctions between various flavors of white european just kind of seem quaint and old fashioned I suppose. Beggers can’t be choosers and the difference between your average, say, scandanavian american and irish american and germanic american (that’d… Read more »

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
Reply to  Salmon
2 years ago

Brett Stevens over at america.org regularly dumps on the Irish. And, one must admit, they have historically been mainstays of the Democratic Party.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  MBlanc46
2 years ago

“… historically been mainstays of the Democratic Party.” TLDR: The problem with Irish is software (culture or systematized behavior) rather than hardware (DNA). (1) While Irish do trend Dem, Brett Stevens overstates the genomic aspect essentially considering them non-Europeans (non-white). We had some Irish (and some Germans, some Poles, etc) in America at the beginning and they joined in the founding of our new republic just fine. It was the waves that came later that were the problem, because they came with defective culture in numbers too numerous to assimilate into the host culture without contemporaneous changing of the host… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Salmon
2 years ago

Salmon: Your excellent comment echoes what I wrote in response to a Counter Currents’ review of the movie “Bread and Chocolate,” a 1974 Italian film (that I now can’t recall precisely when or where I watched, although I know it was before 1983). Fwiw, the movie comically and exaggeratedly portrayed the cultural and physical differences between Sicilian immigrants (shown as short, dark, and mentally dull) and Swiss Nordics (tall, blond, perfectly clever and orderly). As most of us are aware, there are significant physical and cultural differences among Sicilians, southern Italians in general, and northern Italians. And Switzerland has its… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

To clarify, I am NOT proposing a “united Europe” or suggesting it is not a good and proper thing for each European nation to have its own territory. I am merely noting that, at heart, Europeans have far more in common with one another than with other races and religions.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

Foreign born now constitute about 25% of the Swiss Population, that would be a little over 2 million.

karl von hungus
karl von hungus
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

scots are worse in a way, than the irish – who are the undisputed bottom of the totem pole. the irish can’t help being human roaches, that’s just how they were made. but the scots have chosen to live like animals. the cccp had higher levels of private enterprise, than the scottish have now.

Whiskey
Whiskey
Reply to  karl von hungus
2 years ago

Not true. As Mark Twain observed, Jewish businessmen could not compete in Scotland because the Scots were too canny and careful. The Scottish Enlightment was a massive achievement for such a small people, and the Scots basically created the Industrial revolution with the Steam Engine, Factories, and interchangeable parts. The Irish of course, saved Christianity in the West when everything else was illiterate pagans. Irish poetry, literature, and music stands above all the other smaller nations and is second only to England in literature and music. The degeneration you see in Scotland today is the end of manufacturing and the… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

Oh man. The Scots, who designed every large scale structure in the modern world.
Now there’s a tribe that punches way above its weight.

And those Irish monks, remember saved the seed corn of Western Civilization, hiding and copying Western works in their remote land while Arabs burned every library they could find.

Now, I don’t know if that qualifies Pictish Scots and Celtic Irish as fully human, but I think they’ll pass.

Aphrenia
Aphrenia
Reply to  Whiskey
2 years ago

No they didn’t. The Scots did not invent the steam engine. The industrial revolution began in England. The Scots fed off of the creative talents of England. Scotland only succeeds when it’s not under their control. The Irish did not save the West-the idea that all classical manuscripts and books were eradicated other than in Oiland is the kind of simplistic idea only a journalist would propose.

Bilejones
Member
Reply to  karl von hungus
2 years ago

Back when there was a difference in the political parties, the fringes Scotland and Wales always voted for the left and always for the most extreme exemplars. England had a golden opportunity to devolve the parasites when it was shedding colonies.
English GDP per head was perhaps the highest in the world, certainly in Europe. Nye Bevan, “father of the NHS was Welsh, Tony Blair is Scottish.

Oliver Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
Reply to  Bilejones
2 years ago

Celts are largely parasites who whine about the “Eternal Anglo” but believe it’s a human right to live in our countries.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  karl von hungus
2 years ago

You are a perfect example of why White folks will never unite in the USA.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

I suppose the “Celts” here are the Scots-Irish, who settled the interior south. And these people have a reputation for being emotive, rowdy, kinda poor, and irreverent. Same as in the old country.

Most Americans know the word Celt from the basketball team, so they may have a vague association with Celts being the Irish.

toastedposts
toastedposts
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

Am I wrong in thinking that the more globalist-Tories are the Normans?

(Sort of like much of the shitlibs are the Puritans?)

karl von hungus
karl von hungus
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

you can tell if a person is anglo-saxon or norman, by their last name. “miller”, “white”, “cooper” are anglo-saxon. fancier names “Arundel, Bruce, Clifford, Devereux, Glanville” are norman.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  karl von hungus
2 years ago

Hungus, hungus…isn’t that Australopithecine?

toastedposts
toastedposts
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

James Clerk Maxwell was a Scott.
James Watt.
Maudsley.

A lot of engineers and scientists in England were Scottish. Always sort of wondered about that: What was it that gave them that tendency, and why doesn’t it weigh more heavily in outside perceptions of the Scotts? There are quite a few conspicuous intellectuals (if that’s the right word) in people who are despised as anti-intellectual by shitlib idiots.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

There’s also a lot of Irish in our conservative punditry.
Hannity
Limbaugh
O’Reilly
To name a few. Probably because the Irish are more combative. Though they often pick fights with the wrong people.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Marko
2 years ago

My late father-in-law, a classic social register, Groton-Yale was a managing partner (trusts and estates) of a major white shoe law firm. ALL the litigators were of Irish extraction. Combatitive and articulate.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

The Scots punched so far above their population weight class there is a book called, “How the Scots Invented the Modern World.”

It’s a pretty good, well-researched read.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
2 years ago

Not the first comparison I’ve heard between Scots and Jews.

Seb Porka
Seb Porka
Reply to  toastedposts
2 years ago

“A lot of engineers and scientists in England were Scottish.” Not a lot.

Scots on average have lower IQs than English people.
IQ of ethnic groups in ascending order: Scottish,Welsh,Irish,English.

prout
prout
Reply to  Stephanie G
2 years ago

The Scots and Irish were not in Britain before the English. Brythonic Celts had no love for the Irish.

I.M. Brute
I.M. Brute
2 years ago

Ever since Dr. William Pierce woke me up with his American Dissident Voices shortwave broadcasts in the 1990’s, my personal view of “patriotism” changed dramatically. I began to realize that our government and mass media are occupied by deadly enemies. Now I feel more kinship with besieged white South African farmers than I do with nonwhite American citizens, or for that matter, most American citizens and institutions.
If enough young white people reach this tipping point, perhaps we’ll get around to “Doing Whatever Is Necessary” in the words of Dr. Pierce.

AnotherAnon
AnotherAnon
2 years ago

The US is being turned into a population dump in order to overwhelm the founding stock. At first, steadily sneaking camel noses in under the tent, decade by decade. But now, since the traumatic Hillary upset actually demonstrated that YT numbers still had potential political consequence, it’s suddenly a mad dash to get those numbers just past that magic majority minority threshold.

Norham Foul
Norham Foul
Reply to  AnotherAnon
2 years ago

Those people came here illegally. They have to go. No more dreamers. Dream on this. I’ll start listening to a candidate when I hear one declare that if one came here illegally then you need to return to your country immediately. Convert that f’in useless Covid hospital vessel that was in NYC, and several other soon to be mothballed defense ships into people transporters and bring them home. No place like home….no place like home! There is no reason…none whatsoever…that this cannot happen.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Norham Foul
2 years ago

Northam Foul: Oh for God’s sake, DO NOT park yourself on the ‘legal versus illegal’ fallacy pushed by Conservative, Inc. I suffered through my mandatory tour as a visa officer, and let me scream it out once again: The only difference between legal and illegal is TWO GODDAMN LETTERS. Our immigration law is a massive mess of contradictory parts and interpreted by the idiot asses in congress and applied by the idiot asses in the Foreign Service. Magic papers or no magic papers, if they’re not White Europeans, they shouldn’t be here.

B125
B125
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

White vs non white. Hat people included in non white. Anti white, gentile subversives included in non white.

Pretty simple. Don’t overthink it

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  AnotherAnon
2 years ago

Today’s black pill. Down here on the border, the BP grunts (they have a radio show) have stated that last month was the worse—ever—in crossings. They estimate 10,000 *per day*, and this is in the hottest part of summer! Won’t hear that in the news. However, extrapolate these numbers for an entire year—3,065,000! In the news of course are the calls for more Afghans to be pulled from Afghanistan and now the numbers being resettled across the US, 40k acknowledged. News from TX (I believe) of an encampment by a freeway of up to 10k IA’s of Haitian origin (lowest… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

Compsci: We were demographically over-run years ago, but now people are getting to see the swamping up close and personal. This changes nothing that hasn’t already been set in stone via birth rates, and can only be altered via massive conflict and deportation and death. Meanwhile, hie with your family to someplace offering as much safety and community as can be found in this chaotic time.

Lucius Sulla
Lucius Sulla
Reply to  3g4me
2 years ago

Positive thought for the day, as you mention that “people are getting to see the swamping up close and personal”.

This desire to overrun us with the dark people is relatively recent, and only began officially in 1965. In theory, if enough people see the issues and/or we get a different government, these darker people could be resettled elsewhere. We’ve done it in the past with the Indians (feather, not dot).

To be clear, I don’t think this is likely, but it is not impossible.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
2 years ago

The population under 18 is now over 50% minority—mostly of non-native born parents. Which, since 1965, or so means “non-White”. So the question is, How is the move for non-Whites to deport going to happen when the majority of the country, especially the younger part, is non-White? They going to deport themselves? No, the die is cast. Best we can hope for is a tightening of immigration as those already here pull up the ladder and reject their kin. Most likely however, is that open borders to the US becomes less of a lure as we decline into third world… Read more »

Lucius Sulla
Lucius Sulla
Reply to  Lucius Sulla
2 years ago

Reply to Compsci below:

Hence why I agree it is unlikely.

However, a strong-willed, highly competent minority has shown over the centuries it is capable of subjugating and resettling others.

Again, not likely, but not impossible.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

That was the math I got. I posted on Normie Web that the government was dumping a Cincinnati worth of third world rabble into this country a month. Yes, every month another mid-sized city worth of people who could never even aspire to be “trailer trash” in legacy America.

The response was, well, I didn’t get any response. Like all the other unpleasantness they just ignore it in the hopes that it goes away.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Compsci
2 years ago

As of today (Sep. 18) the situation is so bad that even the Biden Administration reportedly plans to fly the Haitians back home. Whether they actually DO, remains to be seen.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
2 years ago

I find that odd as well. The Haitians have as good a claim to asylum as any of the current “refugees”. If the MSM were not an arm of the Leftists, you’d hear hew and cry about overt racism in this immediate deportation.

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2 years ago

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Hi -Ya!
Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

At least I’m not one of those people who comment on here before I could possibly have listened to the podcast….

Hi- Ya!
Hi- Ya!
Reply to  Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

I’m joking of course, I only listen to the pod on Saturdays… “most people correctly sense that loving your country and caring about other people are good things.” This is the most heartbreaking thing about this time. Catholics are commanded to love their country by justice, its the 4th commandment. Since the very principles of the US: civil rights, nation of ideas, paper citizenship, melting pot, are wicked, what is there to love? Sure we can say these are NOT the REAL principles of the US, but what are we left with afterwards? I think we may have to start… Read more »

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

“… we are men without a country.” That is exactly it. This is the point I push. Our country was raped and murdered in its sleep by an unholy alliance of international marxism and globalism (international corporate crony capitalism). Their shared desire is to destroy European nations and tribes which stand between them and their separate efforts to remake the world. That’s why I continue to support civnat Donald Trump and his movement. Another 4 years of him trying and failing with the civic nationalism will facilitate convincing normies that their country is not fixable but dead, and that it… Read more »

On the shores of Carthage
On the shores of Carthage
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

Yes, we are refugees within our own borders. I sometimes think our best bet is to leave. Perhaps we should keep our options open? Plant members of your family in other countries to whom you can flee if/when the second amendment is overturned.

btp
Member
Reply to  Hi- Ya!
2 years ago

No country, but we do have a nation. Conceptually, this is the important distinction.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Hi -Ya!
2 years ago

Ha ha! Boo hiss…ahem

JohnWayne
JohnWayne
2 years ago

To everything – turn, turn, turn There is a season – turn, turn, turn And a time to every purpose under heaven A time to be born, a time to die A time to plant, a time to reap A time to kill, a time to heal A time to laugh, a time to weep A time to build up, a time to break down A time to dance, a time to mourn A time to cast away stones A time to gather stones together A time of love, a time of hate A time of war, a time of… Read more »

David Wright
Member
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

Boomer 🙂 now do we didn’t start the fire.

JohnWayne
JohnWayne
Reply to  David Wright
2 years ago

Actually, the Bible predates the song.

Maybe you like this one better. The other JC.

I fell into a burning ring of fire.
And I went down down and the flames went higher
And it burns burns burns
That ring of fire.

We are merely smoldering now.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

Made my day. Two of the greatest songs ever.
Lyrics…sssaved

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

From the Book of Ecclesiastes (“The Preacher”), perhaps the most pessimist book of the entire Bible. Yet perhaps the most often quoted for its words of worldly wisdom (as opposed to “Gospel” preaching in a sermon.)

Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.

It’s always been my favorite, even back to when I read or at least skimmed all 66 “books” back in my youth.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  JohnWayne
2 years ago

The Man in Black’s version is the classic of course. But my favorite is the 1990s take by punk band Social Distortion.

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

Social D was cool until they went full TDS.

Yeah guys, you’re a total bunch of rebels in tune with your audience.

I think they are a bunch of pro-jabbers as well.

I know G n’ R also went TDS, not sure about their jab stance.

Felix Krull
Member
2 years ago

An old and mostly true observation about revolutions is that they end up where they started

Yes. That’s why they’re called revolutions.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

To be honest, I’m not even sure it’s technically true, I just thought it was funny.

I suspect it really means something like “turn upside down,” so geometrically speaking, you’d have two revolutions per full circle. That fits with both Napoleon and the Nazis: it took two revolutions to bring France from Louis to Napoleon and likewise from Wilhelm to Adolf.

Felix Krull
Member
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I see.

Thanks.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Hmmf. Why, revoltutions, of course.

Speaking of revoltutions, I heard Denmark got rid of everything Coof-stupid.

May you could send Leif Erickson and his Conquest Danes back over for a little Saxon action?

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Napoleon was the new king but the heads of Louis and the rest of the nobility did not get re-attached. Some consequences of revolution are both immediate and permanent.

btp
Member
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

There is a sense in which the problem with a bad king is, well, the bad king. It doesn’t mean there is a problem with the system of monarchy. You solve the problem by selecting a replacement from the same pool of eligible candidates.