White Sambo

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In the novel Invisible Man, an important bit of symbolism is a paper doll, called a Sambo doll, that was popular in the middle of the last century. It was often a paper doll made up with exaggerated features of back people. In the novel, black street sellers would attach the doll to a string and include a stereotypical song and dance performance as a way to sell the dolls to passersby. Of course, the passersby were white people who bought the dolls because it appealed to their racism.

Obviously, the black people selling the dolls were profiting from the promotion of what the writer saw as a negative stereotype. One interpretation is that the reason black stereotypes persisted was that some blacks profited from them. The black people selling the dolls made money from the suffering of their own people. They were willing to degrade themselves and their people to make a few dollars. These selfish acts were a part of the problem facing blacks in America.

It was not cut and dried for the narrator. He could see that the black men profiting from these stereotypes were simply adapting to reality. They made money for themselves and their family, which by extension benefitted the community. Black stereotypes, in effect, created a moral dilemma for back people. On the one hand, they kept black people down relative to white people. On the other hand, profiting from these stereotypes allowed black people to prosper despite their condition.

Later on the novel, the narrator tries to burn one of the Sambo dolls for heat and finds it difficult to do, symbolizing the difficulty of overcoming the stereotype. He is eventually able to burn the doll. In the process he realizes that it may be difficult to overcome the cultural framing that the Sambo doll symbolized, but it is possible if one accepts the reality of his condition. The individual can only transcend his condition by creating and maintaining his own individual identity.

Invisible Man was written seventy years ago, but the problem facing black people described by Ralph Ellison has not changed. You see it in this interview of Jared Taylor on the Young Turks channel. Dr. Rashad Richey is playing a stereotypical black character, which has been lampooned for generations. He gets to make a nice living doing it, but like the characters selling Sambo dolls in the novel, he is profiting from the perpetuation of negative stereotypes of black people.

An extreme example of this is the Kanye West story. His career has been built around selling the stereotypical black cultural items, things like sneakers and expensive lifestyle items, to an audience primarily of white suburban youth. His own struggle with this reality seems to have broken him. His most recent interviews suggest he is a man rolling around in a struggle with own personal Sambo doll, one that he created and that looks striking like Kanye West, despite the name change.

This moral dilemma applies to anyone who exists outside the moral consensus and this Kanye West stuff is an example of it. Nick Fuentes has signed onto what he used to mock just a few years ago. He was the guy in the so-called optics war who insisted that presentation was important. He mocked the alt-right people for praising Hitler and throwing Roman salutes. He is now flying around with a guy who praises Hitler and makes the alt-right sound philosemitic.

Fuentes, faced with the dilemma described in the novel Invisible Man, the choice between playing the stereotypical role for money and attention or rejecting that role in order to create and maintain an individual identity, has chosen the former. Like so many before him, Fuentes is volunteering to play the role of cartoon Nazi that the system he claims to oppose needs in order to perpetuate itself. Like the character in the novel, he is perpetuating a stereotype for profit.

The counter from his fans is that these publicity stunts get attention and therefore expose people to this material. It brings attention and resources into the community that lies outside the moral consensus, which helps the community. In this case, by signing onto the Kanye West circus, Fuentes raises his profile, which he then uses to promote the ideas and opinions of his followers. Like the character selling Sambo dolls in the novel, Fuentes is degrading himself to support his community.

Here is where the comparison breaks down. Black people in the middle of the last century faced genuine economic hardship. A man trading his dignity to feed his kids is making a rational choice. Similarly, refusing to trade his dignity, even if it means his family suffers, is also a rational choice. That is the moral dilemma. Both choices are rationally defensible. Playing the cartoon Nazi for the mass media, on the other hand, lacks rational support.

The reason is the argument in favor of “getting the word out at all cost” has been proven false over and over for generations. George Lincoln Rockwell got the word out by dressing up as Hitler. David Duke was the preppy Klansman and got a whirl on the big stage in the 1980’s. Most recently, the alt-right was front page news for a while and nothing came of it. No minds were changed. It was just another version of the white Sambo act for the benefit of the people in charge.

Like the narrator in the novel, the only way forward is to step outside the moral framework and create a new and independent identity. In the political context, this means a stand alone argument in favor of some alternative future. There is the list of complaints about the current system, every cause has a bill of indictment, but it is followed by a plausible alternative. There is a vision of a future independent of the current moral framework, not just opposed to it.

Blacks in the middle of the last century were faced with a choice. They could find a way to live within the system or find a way to live outside the system. The choice was the former, which has often required a sublimation to the same sorts of stereotypes that allegedly motivated the civil rights movement. Agreeing to be one of the forty-two black people living in the white nationalist enclave of Brattleboro Vermont is no different than selling those paper Sambo dolls on the street corner.

In this age, white people are faced with a similar dilemma. One can simply play the role of suburban peasant until that is no longer permitted. One can play the white Sambo role pretending it is something other than theater. Alternatively, one can seek to live outside the world of racial coercion, looking to a world free of racial coercion. That is a genuinely break from the past and present. It leaves the Sambos and the enablers to the dustbin of history.


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kerdasi amaq
kerdasi amaq
1 year ago

The only people who have a problem with Sambo Sellers are the professionally outraged malcontents(what did Ralph Ellison do with his royalty payments for his anti-white propaganda work?) who make it their business to be outraged by anything they gave a prejudice against and which promotes the objectives of the Revolutionary movement which wants to destroy the existing social order just because it’s there and it doesn’t accord with their insane fantasies. The Founders thought that allowing free debate was a good way of controlling the anti-social tendencies of disgruntled, mutinous malcontents. This experiment seems to have failed and more… Read more »

Longstreet
Longstreet
1 year ago

The new moral framework is not complicated. Everyone should have a choice to hire whom they want, sell and rent to whom they want, buy from whom they want, think and say what they want, and work with and for whom they want.

As long as both parties agree.

That is the most fundamental set rights, but all of them are under assault by cloud people.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Longstreet
1 year ago

You lost all those decades ago. Have you not noticed yet?

Robert
Robert
1 year ago

There’s no reason Nazism or Hitler should be associated with a concern for white people in the first place. Hear me out, because I think it would help to reframe all this. World War II was a continuation of World War I and they were both about power politics. People will say the Nazis believed in race and heredity, but so did the British empire and so did America. You could argue the British empire was an explicitly white supremacist global empire. And America had stricter laws on miscegenation then Nazi Germany did. The US military was segregated at the… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Robert
1 year ago

Hitler and the NatSocs understood the JQ and fought the chosen. The British and the USA were conquered by the chosen.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

The actual outome of the so called English Revolution.

merantun
merantun
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

No, the revolution against white people was the American one.

Civic nationalism replaced ethnic nationalism.

Robert
Robert
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

The “JQ” is presented as the most important issue in the universe. It’s not.

WWI was a result of power politics in europe. WWII was much the same. The real problem was white people not being on their own side. Once that happens, a thousand groups will come into exploit.

It’s not the responsibility of some other group to take care of us and treat us sweetly. It’s our responsibility to be on our own side. And I’m afraid most people obsessed with the JQ are like E Michael Jones. Ultimately anti-white.

kerdasi amaq
kerdasi amaq
Reply to  Robert
1 year ago

Some people have difficulty understanding that the wrong people “won” WWII.

People who shy at the swastika haven’t realised what the White Nationalist struggle is about.

What it comes down to is the financing of the state activity, and, unfortunately, the anti-Nazis, who believe that taxation and state borrowing are the only permissible methods, hold Capitol Hill.

The “greatest generation” smashed their allies on behalf of their sworn enemies. That, in essence, is what happened in WWII.

Mihc
Mihc
1 year ago

t was often a paper doll made up with exaggerated features of bLack people.

That’s quite big for a typo (you didn’t type the L).

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
1 year ago

Yoiks! All the Zman wanted was a civilized conversation between educated men of culture; now he’s let some skinhead yobbo into his bar, who is screaming at the clientele and throwing chairs. Here then, is your Chair: They began as negroids chasing white chicks in our maserotic cities, that they and their children might get ahead in a society they could not build. I speak not only of the world’s most powerful mafia, but of the Great Cuckening. Not today’s, but of the one that led to the writing of the Book. “They” are the Missing Link: the miscegenated cross… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 year ago

(Pt. 2) (Though I am weak in proto- and neo-Mesopotamian details – I had mixed Akkad with the marked cruelty, the rule by terrorism of the kinky-bearded Assyrians, it was not unforgivable. Both had similar practices although different in scale and separated by millenia: this is the long memory contained in flesh.) The point made is the Cuckening: that lighter skinned tribes, our kin, came to be ruled again and again by those who’s origins are dark skin. By the sleights of multiculturalism, of diversity, of immigration and invasion by alien pests, of the gates to Toledo opened by the… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Alzaebo
1 year ago

tl;dr:
Kanye was right!
Guess who the “real j**s” were!

Not /our/ Father, not his Son.

But then, that always happens black men nail white chicks.

fakeemail
fakeemail
1 year ago

The dissident Right needs to face the Nazi issue head on at some point and wrap it’s head around it. Or maybe it needs to forget it completely because WWII, the decisive war, was clearly not won by “the West” as we classically understand it. As such, it became the ultimate propaganda tool. It’s been totally reduced to a pro-wrestling match/superhero comic were the nazi is *always* the heel/villain. Today, an individual who advocates for such something like *mildly* controlling immigration is a Nazi. This mild individual intones, “But I’m not a Nazi?!” and then maybe wonders if indeed the… Read more »

Anon
Anon
Reply to  fakeemail
1 year ago

They are all caricatures (the Japs and the Italians), designed, and spread into Western culture, by the real winners of that war.

This doesn’t mean they were super-good folks, of course, but that’s out of the question, because there were no super-good folks on either side.

Cruciform
Cruciform
Reply to  fakeemail
1 year ago

“The dissident Right needs to face the Nazi issue head on…” Here’s an idea. Before anyone comments on knot-zees again – or commies … READ My Struggle, read The Communist Manifesto. When those rats infested MLB, the day they embraced BLM, that org’s manifesto was still proudly posted at their site. All that stuff about being against the “nuclear family – right out of Marx. Aaaand that was all she wrote for sportsball. The Marx/Engles thing is really a pamphlet. Compare it to Thomas Paine’s scat sheet. But read it. My Struggle is a bit more work – but you… Read more »

fakeemail
fakeemail
1 year ago

If America couldn’t be saved in the all-white Father Knows Best 50s or the mostly white and totally awesome 80s, it SURE AS HELL cannot be saved now. Just gotta let go and give up the ghost. Don’t take Ye, Fuentes, or ANY public figure seriously. The Right it to in love with hearing itself speak or worse yet LARPING as nazis for the press. It should be quietly be moving into local politics and taking control of local areas and infrastructure. They should act and speak like normal intelligent people of basic dignity. But there simply isn’t any organization… Read more »

La-Z-Man
La-Z-Man
1 year ago

Mr. Taylor’s interviewer on TYT is a piece of work, isn’t he? The hostility to his guest is palpable, and he spends a lot of the time interrupting and looking down at his notes. Jared’s ‘IQ doesn’t change with the weather’ was a hilarious retort; the knuckleheaded host used the term ‘atmospheric’ where clearly he means ‘environmental’.

Finally, did I hear him right and he said ‘higher *to* yours’ when Jared asked him his IQ in response? Super grammar! The 30 minute debate should be fun, whether or not he lets Jared speak.

RealityRules
RealityRules
Reply to  La-Z-Man
1 year ago

Yes. The improper use of terms with atmospheric instead of environmental and, even better, stoic in place of static/fixed/unchanging were entertaining. The most egregious synaptic short was where Taylor volunteered, as a means of showing the tests are not white supremacist, that Asians perform better on the tests than the whites who designed and developed them. Immediately, Jessie Eric Jackson Dyson says that white people have been hiding the fact that Asians do better than whites. Uh… Excuse me? Your guest just volunteered that fact unprompted. Those types of mistakes aren’t when trying to persuade people that the results of… Read more »

lllslkd
lllslkd
Reply to  RealityRules
1 year ago

All it takes to know the truth to IQ tests is sincerity with oneself.
I mean… over 20 years, any time I have taken a decently serious IQ test, the score has shifted within a range of three points.
If it meant nothing, it wouldn’t be so staggeringly consistent over a pair of decades :))!

Les B. Frens
Les B. Frens
1 year ago

Times change. People change. Fuentes was humming, “freedom is just another word for nothin’ else to lose…” A nowadays, divorce strategy. How I’d ‘ave done it differently in today’s world. In the early ’90s, the era of 3rd wave feminism, men were still men, and too many families remained intact. I endured a very contentious divorce, had it been the Woke World today, where men are ?, and families can consist of rocks, rats, and Nigerian orphans, I’d have attended court hearings in a skirt, wig, makeup, stuffed bras, and high heels. That Seven Sisters Lesbo lookin’ “master” with the… Read more »

Vegetius
Vegetius
1 year ago

I would have doubts about sending Fuentes out for coffee, but I think it is too early to be writing his epitaph.

And… white sambo? The guy had half a million stolen from him. I can’t say I blame him for taking and holding an actual position against his actual enemies, instead of punching down at blacks with graphs and quips.

What we need an epitaph for is the kosher anti-blackety-black approach, which is the real sambo-on-sambo action here.

dr_mantis_toboggan_md
Member
1 year ago

In basketball, every good team has an unselfish guy that does the dirty work that doesn’t win him plaudits from the mouth-breathing sportswriters obsessed with scoring and not much else. He grabs rebounds, defends the opposing team’s best player, covers your ass with his help defense when you gamble for a steal and get burned, spaces out the floor and goes into the stands or on the floor after every loose ball. No one asks or wants this role, but someone invariably does it to the team’s benefit. I called these guys glue guys and when our glue guy missed… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

Agree with every word you said except that scorers are a dime a dozen. Guys who can average 15+ PPG and make the really tough shots that have to be made at the higher levels of the game are quite rare, and that’s why coaches seek them out. Now that doesn’t mean that glue guys–or blenders, as I call them–are common. They’re certainly not. But you’ve got to have a bucket-getter, too, if you want to contend for championships.

dr_mantis_toboggan_md
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 year ago

In college basketball, everyone who makes it to that level is some kind of scorer. They’re common at that level and every good team (at least the top 50 teams nationally) has a couple of guys who can score 20 or more points a night.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

Every D1 college player was a scorer in high school, but the vast majority of them take different and reduced roles in college because they can’t put it in the hole reliably against D1 defenses. And yes, a lot of college guys can occasionally go off for 20, but few can consistently bring the point production.

karl von hungus
karl von hungus
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 year ago

well, they are mostly freshmen these days 😛

Steve
Steve
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

I understand what you’re saying and I agree with it. The whole bit about craving the spotlight is what I don’t get, but I guess that’s a generational thing. I guess I fall back too much on what I was taught in the army in terms of “Make it happen and then let them try and figure out how you did it later. Never tell them and keep them guessing.” I guess that’s too much for some in the current generation. The finding a community of like-minded folks and getting started from there is the big problem for me because… Read more »

Mihc
Mihc
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

It’s amazing to be a glue guy. But I have always wondered why so few, if any at all, realize it. However I think it’s a calling, like many others. If you be a glue guy because you don’t have what it takes to be a scorer or a spotlight guy, you won’t do it as well as someone who really wants, above all, to be a glue guy. but people don’t even believe you when you tell them: yes, I am that, and want to do that: they take it for sure that you lack what those taking the… Read more »

Strike Three
Strike Three
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

“he…was what Zen Buddhism says is the distance between the spokes of the wheel.”

I’m the Bible teacher at a Christian school, but I’m still gonna find a way to use that line with my students. That’s really good.

p
p
Reply to  dr_mantis_toboggan_md
1 year ago

What does a man do, Walter? A man provides. And he does it even when he’s not appreciated, or respected, or even loved. He simply bears up and he does it. Because he’s a man.

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
1 year ago

Some will believe that. (that Ye is mentally ill.) Some will also look into what he’s saying, that the Jays hold vast disproportionate power, and they’ll be astonished that they never saw that before, and they’ll never unsee it.

Any way you look at it, the ADL, SPLC et al, don’t like what Ye is saying, and wish he would shut his mouth.

Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

My comment was meant to be a reply to trumpton’s post further down. Apparently I messed that up.

Anyway, trumpton’s post that this is a reply to is:
“West is being used to create a narrative that criticizing jews is equivalent to being mentally ill.

The second order effect is the actual goal.”

BerndV
BerndV
Reply to  Wolf Barney
1 year ago

I have been racially conscious since my twenties, but the JQ was a mystery to me until my early fifties. However, once I understood, the noticing became impossible to ignore. I credit the discovery of William Pierce’s writings and videos for my awakening. He was a truly brilliant and inspirational man. He actually did try to build an organization that stood outside of the moral consensus.

BerndV
BerndV
Reply to  BerndV
1 year ago

Look up “America is a Changing Country ” on bitchute. This video was my introduction to Pierce and his work, as well as the JQ.

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uiuiudjkjksjf
Reply to  BerndV
1 year ago

We don’t have a JQ in my country. But when things began very clearly not to go in a country-driven way but in a Unified West-driven way, I had to look abroad for an explanation about quite any thing that had some weight in politics and economics. I looked at the US, and their media, and social media, and main institutions (the FED, Wall Street, … I mean “institutions” in a wide sense). I very soon noticed that too many last names of people who owned/run the big things had a peculiar ring to them… and I very soon noticed… Read more »

Zan Zibar
Zan Zibar
Reply to  Wolf Barney
1 year ago

Many more people will see the parallels between the incoherent, logically fallacious, mentally-ill way that Ye attacks the Jays, and associate that with anyone who attacks the Jays like that, than will “look into” things and be astonished. What people don’t seem to understand, is that the more Ye talks, the stronger the ADL gets. Imagine there is some Polish- or Russian-American guy who can’t stand Hitler because his grandfather died when Poland and Russia were invaded in WWII, and he sees Kanye say “I love Hitler”, and he is like “Screw that Kanye asshole.” Then some JQ-tard comes along… Read more »

Wkathman
Wkathman
1 year ago

The “alt-right” sensation that hit its peak in ’15 and ’16 was fun for shits and giggles, yet unfortunately contributed mightily to the illusion that we could rely on E-celebs to save us from the looming disaster that is our shambles of a culture. Nick Fuentes has ultimately proven to be just a brand. Same as Trump. Why The Donald would associate his own brand with considerably lesser brands such as Fuentes and the chameleon Milo Y is a curious question, though not one of any genuine significance. There is no man on a white horse (or on some Internet… Read more »

Wolfhouse
Wolfhouse
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

Sounds good, but the gems won’t let us have self-determination. Then there’s the whole women thing, beyond repair in any non-agro way. And most whites are complete betas’. I think we there’s 3 options for our people. 1.wilful ignorance, do ur thing, know the game and how to abuse it, never revealing ur true cards, get rich enough not to care. 2. Go off the reservation, live a truly simple life somewhere in the wild or small village. 3 Prep and plan, wait for the right wave to hit and go out guns blazing (very honorable)
: ^)

PostNeoAltRight
PostNeoAltRight
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

As much as he has diminished himself in my eyes I don’t understand this line of argument that seems to boil down to sorority tetchyness and rapping Trump on the knuckles for deigning to meet, by pre-arrangement, this West fellow & entourage (in the case of the former, had already met at least once before with official photographers present; and I don’t believe this woman with the irrelevant job title of Former Aide who claims hoodwinking). Trump, of all people, should understand the dominance game aspect here. Once upon a time ex-Presidents were doing this, i.e. chit-chat with pseudo-commoners (often… Read more »

The real Bill
The real Bill
1 year ago

Years ago my girlfriend came back from vacationing in Italy. I remember her telling me, “Those Italian men are just like the stereotypes!” > Numerous psychological studies have confirmed that *in general, stereotypes are indeed true*. Of course that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of individual exceptions, there are; but *in general*, stereotypes are accurate representations of group characteristics. That’s how they became stereotypes. I’ve never before seen Rashad Richie; but it seems likely to me that— rather than playing a stereotypical Black character— Richie does in fact embody those stereotypes. *He’s not playing a role: that ignorant ‘Black intellectual’… Read more »

The real Bill
The real Bill
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

“Dr. Richie”— that living, breathing advertisement for White supremacy— really is a college professor. I expect his students love him.

That’s what a “Black social scientist” looks like, and sounds like.

What more can one say?

KGB
KGB
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

I suspect his students love to drop his name among friends and family, rhapsodize about his erudition, and then relish laconically dropping the fact that he’s black into the conversation. If their counterpart expresses even the slightest surprise at this fact, they get the added bonus of accusing that person of latent racism.

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

You are expecting too much of blacks and underestimating their tribalism. Even the good ones, who can function in a white society, will say, “I feel so alienated because I only saw a few faces like mine.”

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  LineInTheSand
1 year ago

“Even the good ones, who can function in a white society, will say, “I feel so alienated because I only saw a few faces like mine.””

I once worked with a guy who said exactly this.

The Greek
The Greek
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

In simplistic terms, he’s the classic embodiment of someone on the left side of the Dunning-Kruger graph.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

I easily found and watched the Taylor interview. “Dr.” Richey is the stereotype sure enough. Wearing a hoodie, clutching a basketball and a “40” of malt liquor and standing on the street corner, he would be indistinguishable from his brethren. If he’s really a PhD of (I assume) social studies, he should be somewhat to the right of “their” bell curve. If he hits 100, I’ll write a check to the NAACP. He used at least two words way out of context. He talk like a homeboy. In my experience, truly intelligent, well-educated Negroes don’t.* How he “..slams white supremacist,”… Read more »

davidcito
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

The problem with the IQ test discovery is that those who it explains the most about are too low IQ to understand it, and those who can use it to make the biggest difference are too sad to believe it.

ArthurinCali
1 year ago

Speaking of demographics, here is a story from the UK Guardian about a black man in Texas running an outdoor clothing & equipment store. Yes, the link goes to Twitter, but it is still worth a look for the absurdity.

https://twitter.com/ArthurinCali/status/1597241427246780416?t=yFnhdLGHadIpM_gOY5rbfQ&s=19

Or the original link:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/business/2022/nov/28/jahmicah-dawes-slim-pickins-first-black-owned-us-outdoor-outfitter

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  ArthurinCali
1 year ago

ArthurinCali: Per the link, the guy’s father is Jamaican. Claims he’s an ‘avid hiker’ but both he and his mudshark wife are obese. Poseurs like the rest of the purportedly special 10% blacks.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  3g4me
1 year ago

If you’re obese enough, taking out the garbage to the curb weekly constitutes an “avid hiker”. 😉

btp
Member
Reply to  3g4me
1 year ago

The talented tenth will disappoint every time.

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  3g4me
1 year ago

I’m sure he hikes avidly…to the all-you-can eat buffet down the street.

ArthurinCali
Reply to  ArthurinCali
1 year ago

If a simple Wiki search of Stephenville Texas demographics makes the article a liar, what else will they lie about?

“The only Black person in town, he refashioned his dorm room into something of a stylist’s atelier…”

The real Bill
The real Bill
Reply to  ArthurinCali
1 year ago

Hey, you got a love it: it’s not that nobody comes to his store; rather, he’s a “historically underutilized business [HUB] vendor”.

And yeah: he doesn’t look like much of a hiker, does he? But no doubt it would be racist to point that out.

Yet another example of how the irrational adoration of Blacks is what characterizes mainstream media.

ArthurinCali
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

The real bill,

It was amusing to hear his complaints that the business hadn’t received any minority vendor contracts yet.

Seems more like he started the company as a grifting opportunity to get those minority vendor contracts.

And no, he does not look as if he or the family are avid hikers.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

He may not look like a hiker, but he’s unmistakably a jogger.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  KGB
1 year ago

If anyone cares, when I first heard it, I assumed that term arose after the unfortunate incident with
Ahmaud Arbery in early 2020. Apparently was in use earlier. I wonder how many of them jog with work boots? Trespassing on construction sites?

BerndV
BerndV
Reply to  ArthurinCali
1 year ago

I’ve been backpacking for thirty years and have yet to see a single black on the trail. That didn’t stop Backpacker magazine and their advertisers from featuring blacks on the cover and in ads after George Floyd. Readers are even treated to articles about how unsafe blacks feel out in the wilderness among all those white people, despite the fact that the most dangerous place for blacks is near other blacks.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  BerndV
1 year ago

It is really something. The narrative vacillates between the Great Outdoors are a hotbed of White Supremacy* and then tries to portray black individuals as hikers and so forth. I’ll see black guys fishing (the younger generations do not for the most part), but never camping or hiking. Thank God.

*Along the same lines, the propaganda organs once portrayed large apex predators with adoration and now those animals are demonized. This society is so mentally ill it can never recover.

Vajynabush
Vajynabush
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 year ago

A son of a Jamaican immigrant named Jahmicah. You can’t make this sh!t up.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Vajynabush
1 year ago

Well, his mammy did.

Mike
Mike
Reply to  BerndV
1 year ago

I’d been a subscriber to Outside Magazine for most of my life starting from teenage but cancelled because they started dong the black in the outdoors thing all the time. The quality of the writing has dropped off a bunch too.

It always was funny to me the screeds about global warming and carbon footprints and the like were interspersed with articles about travel to exotic locations and ads and reviews for gear made from petroleum products. Self-awareness has never been a progressive strongpoint.

ArthurinCali
Reply to  Mike
1 year ago

Living close to Yosemite National Park, we take several trips a year to enjoy the scenery. Bridal Falls, Half Dome, and the beauty of the area is a sight to behold. Nearly 15 years worth of these trips and I can recall seeing a handful of black hikers. Maybe 4. Now on the other hand, thousands of Asian tourists make the trek to Yosemite every year. They can’t get enough of the Redwood trees, trash pandas running around, and even bears. I once saw a large group of Asian tourists taking pictures in the far corner of a meadow. Being… Read more »

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  ArthurinCali
1 year ago

This reminds me of something I recently experienced. I live in Texas, and I love to fish. I got an email from the Texas Wildlife Commission that has updates to fishing/hunting locations, etc. etc. I had to laugh – the email came with a picture of a black guy fishing off a dock. I have never in my life seen a black man out fishing in the thousands of times I’ve gone out in my life. Not one time. I’m sure there are some, but it made me laugh how out of their way they go to inject the ferals… Read more »

Former Wise Man
Former Wise Man
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 year ago

There’s a magazine for every profession, business, or hobby (as a niche for targeted advertising). Does Shoe Shining Today feature black men on the job as cover models?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
1 year ago

I’m not sure blacks ever exhibited much agency at all, one way or the other. Rather, they were simply channelled into the courses carved out for them by broader society. Prior to the so-called “civil rights movement,” this meant accepting second-class status and segregation. After the during and the CRM, it meant dwelling in an increasingly Africanized America. In the first scenario, the people who determined the negroes’ circimstances were conservative whites. In the second, it was white Leftists and Finkels. The mantle of the pre-CRM conservatives has been, with some alteration, picked up by the dissident right. Alas, we… Read more »

ChiefIlliniwek
ChiefIlliniwek
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 year ago

I wonder what it will take to turn our current Established Religion into what the Catholic Church in Ireland currently is?

I look forward to public lampooning of rainbow flags, and all the other garbage our ruling class considers holy.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  ChiefIlliniwek
1 year ago

In Ireland and much of Europe you would face jail time for lampooning that iconography in public or even online.

Scotland is trying to introduce that in private conversations in homes.

Its simple to control dissent.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 year ago

Rule is the operative word.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
1 year ago

Fuentes was allowed entry onto the national stage because Trump let him onto the foyer of Mar-a-Lago, along with the gay Jewish guy pretending to be born again and the famous black guy who was famous for his degenerate music. This isn’t the first time orange man was burned by the same black guy. And orange man knew damn well who the gay Jewish guy was (a Fed intel gatherer by the way) and why no one should ever know him or give him the time of day. So the worlds greatest carny act invited three far lesser carny acts… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
1 year ago

What a clown show. Fuentes, Milo and Kanye. 3 media whores in a pod,

#Honk2024

TomA
TomA
1 year ago

Or one can relegate politics to a lesser priority. Is racism our most pressing problem in the moment? I think not. How about political dysfunction/corruption? Is there anything the individual can do to solve that? I think not. These are just distractions that prevent you from doing the hard stuff. Playing armchair activist is much easier than preparing to survive the interregnum of chaos and then do the heavy lifting necessary to bring about real change. So what can be gained by mass communication? Well, news you can use. For example, did you know that your cell phone can (and… Read more »

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

Fortunately, they can’t make you put it on airplane mode, and don’t even try…Same with wearing masks here in Arizona…..

Winter
Winter
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

“Fortunately, they can’t make you put it on airplane mode”

I believe TomA’s point is that sometimes people put their phones on airplane mode believing that this prevents tracking. To use your mask example, this is the equivalent of reminding us that masks won’t save you from the plague.

In short, airplane mode, like masks, won’t fully protect you, and it’s dangerous to believe otherwise.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

You need to place your phone—when off, or in “airplane mode”—into a “black bag”. Look up ”Mission Darkness” for a company that sells such accoutrements. 😉 Now even black bagged, when you take the phone out you are now detectable—indeed, your phone is looking for the nearest cell tower, connecting, and leaving a record. However, your bagged phone is available for emergency use when/if needed. If you can’t live without your phone being live and “connecting” you 24×7, then you really don’t belong in this group. And again, you are also the person who probably offers the Fed’s an added… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

You can just line any old small bag with aluminum foil. It will turn it into a Faraday cage. If you have an aluminum or steel garbage can you can check it out yourself. Just tune into a strong station with a portable radio, leave it on and put it in the garbage can and put on the lid. Blocks everything. For longevity, I recommend heavy duty stainless steel foil.

SidV
SidV
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
1 year ago

Jesus, has it literally come to tin foil? Speaking of which, hope those guys in Moore NC that shot the shit outa the substation took precautions.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  SidV
1 year ago

Substation shooting is old hat. Damage from bullet fire has been observed since I was a kid—at least out here in the desert where there is open range and folks like to “target practice”. It became a big thing only after 9/11. Then folks were keen on discussing acts of terrorism and how susceptible we were to such acts upon infrastructure. Prior to such, it was considered a cost of doing business.

But I agree, today your drunken indiscretion is sure to get you life in prison.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  SidV
1 year ago

@compsci How can Western Civ survive if people think critical infrastructure is a suitable target for target practice?

SidVic
SidVic
Reply to  SidV
1 year ago

Tars, Compsci.
40k without power and millions in damage is pretty good shooting. Imagine this happening in substations that serve cities, financial hubs. This scares them; observe the response. Tars, does it benefit us if western civ survives and thrives? To be clear I haven’t been to NC for years.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  SidV
1 year ago

Substations are *nothing*—consider the Internet. Way back when, I saw a posting of some hikers, who were Internet/technical savvy, who had found the Western connection of our cross country fiber optic link. Yep, it was clearly marked as it crossed the Rockies with spurs to AZ and then onto CA. Even at that time, it was pointed out that anyone with a shovel and axe could knock out communications to the West coast for millions. Now this info is perhaps 25 yo. However, it has to make you think just how serious we are wrt critical infrastructure. I have other… Read more »

Robert
Robert
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

Why does someone need to be disconnected from the grid in order to be a member of this group?

TomA
TomA
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

Extra credit lesson. The Stasi used cell phone tracking data to identify all persons located in the vicinity of the Jan 6th protest and then set about inventing “crimes” for people randomly scooped up in this electronic dragnet. This abuse of the technology is just the tip of the iceberg, so being wise about cell phone vulnerabilities is truly a life and death issue now. But this can work both ways. You can deploy your cell phone to somewhere “safe” while conducting important business elsewhere; and then, should a problem arise, cite your cell phone tracking data as evidence of… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

You’re right about the tracking. It’s even worse. I may be wrong on details but here goes: Banks (and, perhaps mobile phone carriers) were not served warrants. At least in some cases they turned in their user’s semi-private* data (credit card transactions and call or location data, respectively) on their own initiative. *It’s possible that they did not violate any laws in so doing, that may be the worst of it. I admit I don’t know details, but you’d be dismayed to know how much of what you’d think should be your private data can be sliced, diced and sold… Read more »

Robert
Robert
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

Anytime the federal government seriously wants to know where you are, they will know within a few minutes. If you’re truly on their radar, they know everything about you. Real power is legal power, because those who exercise real power have control of the government. And by the way, one thing recent wars show, like in Ukraine or Iraq, is that it takes a hell of a lot of concentrated military attacks.to knock out a nation’s grid. And even then it only lasts for a while. GI Joe wannabes are no threat to this country or to our power grid.… Read more »

p
p
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

A business opportunity? Cell phone mini storage lockers by the hour? Like putting your phone in a gym locker while you attend “other business?”

BerndV
BerndV
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago
trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  BerndV
1 year ago

If it ping cell towers or any other wireless networks then your location is known.

Vince
Vince
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

Maybe a VPN would cure that?

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Vince
1 year ago

No.

A VPN is just an encrypted tunnel at the protocol layer. Its nothing to do with the network communication framing.

The phone pings its imei to the towers in order to handshake for normal cell services. You can’t avoid it unless its off (battery out) or in a container that prevents radio waves.

The towers and the provider know where you are from these at all times. Its how you get phone calls.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

I’m skeptical of your last claim. I will concede it’s certainly possible (“can”). But “does”? That’s pushing paranoia a bit far, methinks. The very reason airplane mode exists is to minimize potential interference with avionics which is rather important in-flight. A plane full of phones surreptitiously tattling their owner’s current location to the nearest cell towers would rather defeat the purpose. I do concede that in extremes, one’s life might depend upon not having that cell phone turned on, or even to be carrying one, as in normal mode the surveillance is all too real, and covert spying features cannot… Read more »

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
1 year ago

How much will we really change things by going along with and supporting a black guy wearing a black sack over his head holding a net?
Our best bet is to build small communities, get to know the sheriff or become the sheriff.
Marry well, have children, teach those children well.
That’s how we flourish.
It’s a longer road .
But the right one.

btp
Member
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 year ago

There really isn’t any place to hide. Your friend, the sheriff, can be bought/compromised/overwhelmed whenever the State feels like it. Your family can be dissolved under the same circumstances.

West is an idiot, but so what? Literally everything that harms the globalists is in my interests.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  G Lordon Giddy
1 year ago

@GGL

While I understand your sentiment, you’re suggesting what people have already tried to do. You can’t get away from it. There’s no company you can work for that wants you to succeed if you’re white, you can’t join the military if you’re white, you can’t vote to put your desired politicians in office because they’ve rigged that too. Not everyone can just pick up and move to the mountains or the remote hills somewhere. I have a hard time coming up with any way other than (fed post).

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 year ago

There are still places where people know each other.
Rocky Tops.
And they know when a stranger is around.
Yes, working outside for bigger companies or joining the military now takes you outside of Rocky Top but these places that value community and clans still exist.
The biggest challenge is making a living while participating within them.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
1 year ago

A little known fact is that Sambo as a meme was adopted from the 1899 children’s book “Little Black Sambo.” In the first place the character was fictional. In the second, he is of the [Dot] Indian continent. Other than an enhanced melanin content, the dusky from the Indian sub-continent share about as much in common with those of Negroid ancestry as a Polar Bear does with Caucasians.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 year ago

Yes, Little Black Sambo was available and read even when I was a kid in the ’50s….

The real Bill
The real Bill
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

I too had a Little Black Sambo book as a kid

KGB
KGB
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

I used to eat at Sambo’s, does that count?

Vajynabush
Vajynabush
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

We read it in elementary school back in the 60’s.

Montefrío
Member
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
1 year ago

A “zambo/a” is the Spanish word for a person of mixed African and Amerind ancestry. No doubt Sambo was derived from that.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
1 year ago

It’s a fine line between being blunt and being offensive, and everybody is quick to be offended these days. Therefore, the fine line is coarse these days. Of course, I think being thin-skinned is feminine. That’s the problem, because it takes a thick skin to face hard truths. Remembering Nietzsche, the polemicist, and his bad reputation. Make it humorous, like Chapelle, and you can get away with it, but then it’s easy to not take seriously. The alt-right and meme lords tried to make a mockery of politics, and had a lot of success injecting forbidden ideas into politics, but… Read more »

Wkathman
Wkathman
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

When all political candidates are owned by the same interests (bankers, military industrialists, big pharma, Zionists, etc.), what difference does voting make? The so-called franchise is greatly overrated. The main problem with women voting is not the effects it has on the system, which are negligible, but that it feeds the inexplicably tantalizing illusion known as EQUALITY. Men and women are NOT equal to one another — and we ought stop pretending that they are.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

“The main problem with women voting is not the effects it has on the system, which are negligible…”

This statement is palatably wrong. Women are emotionally affected in voting preferences and it shows at the polls. As we divide Right from Left, and young from old in voting preferences, we typically show divisions of women from men—especially within conservative circles. That difference is one reason we are at our current state of decline—feminization of the country.

Wkathman
Wkathman
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

You rightly identify “feminization of the country” as one of the reasons for our decline. Then you naively imply that voting holds importance. A reinvigoration of masculinity will require us to face the truth: We the people are not allowed to vote on anything that matters. The difference between Democrats and Republicans is considerably less than that between Coke and Pepsi (Coke versus Pepsi is likewise a fake competition, as both brands are owned by the same investment bankers). Please set aside the imbecilities of democracy and civic nationalism. When all so-called competing candidates are owned by the same interests,… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

“The difference between Democrats and Republicans is considerably less than that between Coke and Pepsi”

“When all so-called competing candidates are owned by the same interests”

Most Americans depend on corporations for food, housing, income, stuff, etc. It’s no surprise the government is just as beholden to them. I’d guess if Americans became more independent, the government would follow. Not sure if that’s possible barring economic collapse, but all the same.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

I agree with Compsci and think its had a profound effect on politics. Even if it’s rigged, politicians still act like they have to appeal to women, and that affects the issues.

Look at this past election. Supposedly unmarried women voted Democratic by a huge margin. Either they don’t vote, or they get married. Any volunteers to take on angry, feminism-corrupted women?

Wkathman
Wkathman
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

“Even if it’s rigged, politicians still act like they have to appeal to women, and that affects the issues.” It does not affect the issues. The issues, or policies rather, are determined by powers far greater than you and I. The voters have zero effect on what is ultimately implemented. What it affects (infects, actually) is the popular rhetoric. Though overblown, rhetoric matters to the degree that it sets the tone for the overall culture. And yes, due in part to women voting, the popular discourse in our civilization has been feminized to a nauseating extent. It is irrelevant in… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

Abortion wouldn’t be an issue if it wasn’t a women’s issue. Politics is rhetorical. Women are a tool to advance certain interests.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

In the past, before anti-white Leftism was codified into Our Democracy, I believe women voting probably did effect policy outcomes, not because women voted Left a great deal more than men, but because Republicans, assuming female voters were soft lefties, began tacking that direction to gain their votes. And this was the start of the great narrowing between the two parties. Now, of course, they have converged into the uniparty, the system is rigged against white interests, and voting is worse than pointless.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
1 year ago

And when did that occur?

The UK has imported the same number people every year for over 50 years as the size of the Russian army that invaded the Ukraine irrespective of govt party or supposed ideology.

The import itself started just after the war in 1948.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

In the main, the US began importing the Third World in 1965, and the pace of importation has seemingly escalated just about every year since.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

Thanks! Your comments give two examples of what Nietzsche is talking about: A need to maintain “false opinions” (incomplete or inaccurate perspectives of the actual world); they may be helpful or even essential to human existence. (Beyond Good and Evil, paragraph 4).

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

This is the same problem that Libertarians have. You can’t get there from here. You would first need an upheaval like the original American
Revolution followed by a new Continental Congress made up of sane and uncorrupted men.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  TomA
1 year ago

Right. Maybe looking ahead a little bit 😆

I figure if the future is American, there will be voting. If the future isn’t American, it won’t concern me. Hopefully that doesn’t come to pass.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

Voting should be restricted to those with skin in the game…Property owners and married people with kids, the ultimate skin in the game….

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

Earned suffrage, not universal suffrage. Earned classification can be argued over, but the concept is sound. The most important criteria, is that you are not on the public dole in one form or another.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

Votes should be weighted. The more positive markers a voter has on his voting resume, the more his vote counts. And you must have a minimal baseline of such markers before you can vote at all.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

Those are solid criteria. I’m being intentionally vague because I think it should be limited to people who have their shit together, although I’m not sure how that can be reliably measured. Meaning I haven’t thought it through well enough to be confident.

Wkathman
Wkathman
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

It’s hilarious that you fellows still fall for the idea that voting matters. Whatever your dissident impulses, you continue to qualify as good (i.e., believing), small-d democrats. You might as well be civic nationalists. There’s a bridge in San Francisco I’d like to sell you….

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

It’s cultural. See my reply to TomA above. Voting might be pointless at the federal level, but good luck changing the culture. A return to federalism would be more workable, but still difficult.

Otherwise we’re talking about scrapping everything and starting over, which would probably involve being conquered. Maybe that’s already happened, idk. Not looking good right now, but I still don’t feel it in my gut.

Mike
Mike
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

I think you’re assuming that they are talking about voting in the current system. To me it means we plan for the new system so we don’t have to do it all on the fly.

The current fed government is hopelessly corrupt and will have to go one way or the other so something has to come afterward.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Wkathman
1 year ago

When I think about voting regimes, I’m thinking about the future Whiteland, not AINO. The former has possibilities, the latter is brulee.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  pyrrhus
1 year ago

White skin in the game…

angelus
angelus
Reply to  Paintersforms
1 year ago

Didn’t it used to be that you couldn’t vote unless you were over 25, married, and a homeowner?

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
1 year ago

The problem is that building real, viable white communities will be a long, arduous, unglamorous process. Celebrity is a tempting shortcut. Life is short. So of course these young guys fall into the trap and meanwhile of course they have to eat. But they will instead be eaten alive by the howling media.

Imnobody00
Imnobody00
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 year ago

The key idea is “Life is short”. This is why any successful mass movement opposed to power is parasitical on religion. It mostly consists of religious people or first-generation secular people (whose parents were religious), who have this culrural inertia. This excludes CHINOS (Christian in name only) like most Americans. What is the point of making big sacrifices for a cause that has a chance to succeed long after you are gone. There is no rational point. It is more rational ro try to adapt or, at the most, engaging in fights that you have a chance to win when… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Imnobody00
1 year ago

You seem to forget one’s progeny. If/when you have children, you’ll see fighting for causes not obtainable in “your” lifetime as acceptable because, well—offspring. There is also theory that such concerns can genetically transfer to wider groups such as ethnic and race.

Imnobody00
Imnobody00
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

No, Compsci, I have not forgotten one’s progeny. I didn’t want to write much, because I write on a cell. People with kinds can extend long-term interests one generation more, two generations at most. Anything else is abstraction and it does not matter. One can engage in fights with the purpose of his kids living better. This is possible but rare. Most people prefer to prepare their kids for a decaying world, instead of devoting his energy in fighting to save Western civilization. But, engaging in fights so your great-grandchildren live better if you win? Unheard with secular people. In… Read more »

pixilated
pixilated
Reply to  Compsci
1 year ago

In a similar vein, regarding the hoo-ha about the Balenciaga ad targeting children, it would be “veerrry interesting” as they said on Laugh In, to find out if the people who developed and OK’d the ad actually have children of their own? I suspect not, rather a group of lonely incels, hugging their deviancy tightly and trying to remain relevant while Father Time breathes down their necks.

PeriheliusLux
PeriheliusLux
Reply to  Imnobody00
1 year ago

Outstanding post. As I read, I thought of the Cathedrals in Europe. What is most remarkable about them is not their considerable beauty and incredible craftsmanship and architectural genius. What is most remarkable is that they were all built by a people. The larger of them took many generations to complete so the people knew they would never live to see it finished. When they were destroyed they were rebuilt. This project was a cooperation between the elite and the people. Similarly the early American colonies are impressive. British lords funded and some even came and founded the colonies. This… Read more »

Imnobody00
Imnobody00
Reply to  PeriheliusLux
1 year ago

The cathedral of Burgos (Spain) was built when Burgos had 5000 inhabitants.Let that sink in. If you know a town with 5000 inhabitants, think “this town could build a Cathedral like the Cathedral of Burgos with no technology, with materials (stone) being extremely expensive if they could maintain a religious faith for a few centuries”. Today it would be insanely impossible.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 year ago

Short-termism, “eating the seed corn”, taking the easy way out, and by many other names. It’s human nature to choose a short-term gain over one that must be long-term, even if it’d likely be a greater gain. I’ve been guilty of it many times myself.

btp
Member
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 year ago

It is long, arduous, unglamorous, and futile. The state will not allow any of them to exist.

Reynard
Reynard
Member
Reply to  Captain Willard
1 year ago

My rule #1 of modern politics: “Expediency, expediency, expediency.”
Its built into the structure of our political system– election cycles are relatively short term. Politicians are beholden to their financiers and to their voter base. They can’t just propose a policy that would benefit everyone in a decade or 25 years from now. The people want immediate results at low cost and little to no effort on their part, and thus demand short term solutions.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Reynard
1 year ago

If that is true why do policies not deviate over a time span of 50 years or more irrespective as to who is supposedly in power?

p
p
Reply to  Reynard
1 year ago

thus spake Soylent Green. “I believe the term was–“expendient” quoted by one of the elders…

Aman
Aman
1 year ago

An astute observer may note that after Kanye’s appearance on Alex Jones, there was *zero* mention of it on CNN or Fox or the other major websites, despite such juicy quotes as “I love Hitler”. Why do you think that is? The answer is that the white nationalism narrative doesn’t work properly on an ultra black musician like Kanye; also, his and Fuentes’s shtick is Christian Nationalism, not white nationalism, a neat trick that the goyslop masses havn’t been Pavlovian trained to hate and doesn’t quite fit the frame that liberals want to use to bash conservatives. Zman is correct… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Aman
1 year ago

“Why do you think that is?”

Orders to embargo the story have gone out. Besides, there is still more Ukraine grift possible.

Tars Tarkas
Tars Tarkas
Reply to  Aman
1 year ago

You couldn’t be more wrong about Fuentes. This is just yet another example of Fuentes showing his clown-car colors. It does absolutely nothing good for his “brand” or his supposed political goals. All these morons who are willing to play the dancing devil routine for the press concentrate only on the alleged benefit of doing so. Presumably they will pick up a few new fans, most of whom will be weirdos anyway. But they ignore the enormous cost. There appears to be an unlimited supply of these people. Nick is not the first and he will be far from the… Read more »

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Aman
1 year ago

There’s an old saying that even bad publicity is good publicity. I’ve never worked in marketing, but it rings true to me. The story is at least as old as the Garden of Evil. “Don’t eat the apples on this tree” they were told. Yet elsewhere the same book uses the phrase “forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest,” in another context.

PeriheliusLux
PeriheliusLux
1 year ago

“Atmospheric? No, IQ doesn’t have anything to do with the weather.” That was a great Jesse Jackson impersonation. Then the bit about not knowing where the sub-saharan was. That aside, per your podcast about AFPAC, I knew it was a bad scene when it was filled with chanting and fist waving. I am also suspect when the choice of music is like that of a timeout and some sports event. Alas, the wheels came off that wagon. 13% of the population has done an amazing job harnessing pity, slander and historical revisionism to the point of silly caricature in some… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  PeriheliusLux
1 year ago

“We should forge our own academies that train our people in: our Civics and Cultural Heritage; Math and Science; Applications of Math and Science; Trades; Outdoorsmanship and Martial arts.”

What are you? Some kind of a Nazi? None of this is allowed in current year and all of this will get you branded as white supremacist.

PeriheliusLux
PeriheliusLux
Reply to  Hun
1 year ago

Hun – Texts/blog posts are sometimes difficult mediums to detect sarcasm and sarcasm done in jest. I am not saying you are being defeatist but this post does lead me to make the point that defeatism and despair are another form of degradation and demoralization. It is true that freedom of association is critically wounded, and the debt fueled system we live in is another grenade in the room, but the situation is not hopeless. We can do these things with informal networks and gentleman’s agreements. The Internet also provides a huge wealth of information and even people like Musk… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  PeriheliusLux
1 year ago

Hmm, academies and informal networks seem quite at odds with each other.

My opinion is that it is too late for mild and subtle approach. At least in the US and parts of Western Europe. Something much more radical needs to start happening.

btp
Member
1 year ago

Good piece. I have to say that I’m just not sure about this part: “There is the list of complaints about the current system, every cause has a bill of indictment, but it is followed by a plausible alternative. There is a vision of a future independent of the current moral framework, not just opposed to it.” I can be wrong, but I just don’t think that’s right. The English revolution didn’t have a plan beyond, like, doing something about the king. There were opportunists floating around with certain ideas, but nobody was thinking they were going to execute the… Read more »

The real Bill
The real Bill
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

And as I understand it, only about 1/3 of Americans supported the Revolution. Another 1/3 supported the British, and the remaining 1/3 didn’t care either way.

Which I see is encouraging: we don’t necessarily need a majority to prevail.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

It’s a different time. Those 2/3 didn’t have the power our enemies have today. When you’ve lost all of your money, your home, etc for revolting, how many will be able to shelter their children, grow their own food, etc.

With numbers there is strength, but ask yourself, would you, right now, willingly give up everything you have? Some of us might, but that’s not enough.

Hun
Hun
1 year ago

“Alternatively, one can seek to live outside the world of racial coercion, looking to a world free of racial coercion. ”

What does that even mean? Are we supposed to look for a fantasy world while we are being genocided?

Return of MWV
Return of MWV
Reply to  Hun
1 year ago

I expect you’ll catch a lot of downvotes on this one, despite being absolutely correct.

But “something something, build communities”

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Return of MWV
1 year ago

Actually, that is all that we can do for the time being.

Try to find people in your local area that want to help the community and slowly figure out which ones want to help our particular community and start working together with them.

We’re not going to build some big movement. We simply have to build local ties while waiting for the system to show more and more cracks, which we can take advantage of when they happen. Doesn’t sound that exciting but it’s the best that we can do for now.

PeriheliusLux
PeriheliusLux
Reply to  Hun
1 year ago

I agree that this seems odd. The demographic replacement has happened. It isn’t a coincidence that when the youth were at 49% things accelerated. We are now openly demonized and our replacement not just is institutionalized in schooling and hiring practices. The escalation and acceleration is remarkable. I think ZMan is making a good point, but the specifics are not there. It is a monumental task ahead. It means spending all of our energy on accomplishing it. Perhaps ZMan means it as an invitation to get off the couch and help define what that means. That said, your point about… Read more »

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1 year ago

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Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
1 year ago

People who are manipulated receive the crumbs. The persons throwing them, who grow richer and more powerful in the process, ultimately are the real enemy. I totally agree as to the embrace of positive identity, if there is any need at all for a public persona, but the conditions that give rise to crumb-seekers have to be either addressed frontally or avoided altogether. The latter option is the only one available now. I don’t care for any of the three stooges involved in this clown show. West is the only one who seems sometimes sincere and that may be due… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 year ago

He’s not mentally ill, IMO. Just simple and naive. All his adult life he has been guided and sheltered. He has realized that it was not always for his benefit even though it made him rich. This is how he is processing it. We’ll see if anything good comes out of it.

btp
Member
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 year ago

Serious question: so what? West is creating rifts in the moral arguments of the ruling class. We should be cheering and hoping that he breaks as much stuff as possible.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  btp
1 year ago

West is being used to create a narrative that criticizing jews is equivalent to being mentally ill.

The second order effect is the actual goal.

Xman
Xman
1 year ago

The problem with Z’s argument is that playing absurd, radical, and far-out-of-the-mainstream caricatures is a tactic that has been used by the Left for 60 years with great success. And they acted in character in ways — often violently — that would be unthinkable for alt-right figures today. Did Tom Hayden really expect 25,000 people to die in the Chicago riots of 1968? He said so. He later got elected to the California statehouse. The Jew Abbie Hoffman walked into the courtroom dressed as a judge and put his middle finger on the Bible. He got acquitted. Negro Eldridge Cleaver… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

Every social movement of the Sixties was sanctioned by the Establishment, which always has been solidly Left. It devolved to its logical extreme with the George Floyd riots, which crossed the line into state-sponsored terrorism. Anyone who deviates from the Regime’s preferred narrative receives harsh punishment. Ask the dim folks who walked in the Capitol January 6th how much dissent this vicious police state tolerates. That it lectures Russia, Iran and China about civil liberties is freaking hilarious. Any act of defiance against this Regime is viewed as revolution rather than dissent and treated accordingly. If someone breaks from the… Read more »

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  Jack Dobson
1 year ago

Those trapped in the make believe of right/left 80s politics shows in the media still think there are real prewar self interest, rather than a directional plan on a stage that has been rolled out in every white country for the last 50 years.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

Western regimes have been solidly “Left,” for want of a better term, since the end of the war, if not earlier. Individuals have been denied autonomy the entirety of our lifetimes. It only has become undeniable with the advent of outright violence and oppression against the European core populations.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

Probably goes back to the Great Depression and FDR’s commie policies.

btp
Member
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

But could not the same argument be made about those who played nice? Derbyshire wasn’t throwing Roman salutes, Taylor hasn’t been wearing armbands, Buchanan never used bad words. Their failures have been just as pronounced as David Duke’s.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  btp
1 year ago

Food for thought… Dr. William Pierce on George Lincoln Rockwell: “Rockwell’s approach to revolutionary politics always was a bone of contention between him and me. I argued that the uniforms, flags, and theatrical behavior — even the name “American Nazi Party” — made it difficult for serious people to take him seriously. His medium got in the way of his message. He replied that if he put away the flags and armbands, wore a business suit, and shunned theatrics, the news media would ignore him and no one would hear what he had to say. …Yes, I answered, the theatrics… Read more »

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  Xman
1 year ago

Clearly the left figured out the solution to this paradox. They have the “winners” doing all the Machiavellian scheming behind a facade of social respectability, and the “losers” are ginned up, given pussy hats, and set loose when it suits the elites.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Xman
1 year ago

The reality of the situation is that all revolutionary movements are contests between one set of elites and another — English parliamentary elites vs. colonial American elites, Bourbon elites vs. Jacobin elites, Tsarist elites vs. Bolshevik elites, etc. The masses are merely conscripted by one group or the other and used as pawns. The trick for the radical nutjobs out there, be they “Nazis” or hippies or whatever else, is not to effect and implement radical change themselves, but to plant their ideas within a faction of the elites who will later carry out the actual change. You saw this… Read more »

fakeemail
fakeemail
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

Yes, all of the Leftist freaks and criminals were treated as heroes or celebs by the the media; or at the least their crimes were downplayed. They were sanctioned by the press and deemed cool or funny.

Rightwing freaks won’t get that treatment; so it won’t work. Rockwell was actually a genius and a physically very strong man. If he couldn’t make it work, then I don’t think anyone can.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
1 year ago

For whites, those outside the moral consensus can choose to put on their early 1900’s uniforms and put on an act, and whites who want to prove they live in the moral consensus can choose to wave their gay flags an grovel at the feet of black people. Both are Sambos, and both are equally degrading. Frankly, for both types, it’s becoming clearer that there’s zero point in countering them or reprimanding their behavior. Once you go to a lousy show, a sensible person will walk out and not attend any more. He won’t go to another ridiculous show, and… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
1 year ago

Can’t say as I ever watched Fuentes, but like many in his position, at some point, he needed to decide whether he was going to become a builder/organizer or an entertainer. He chose entertainer. Someone trying to build a separate community based on their own morality would never be a part of this ridiculous show nor would they ever tie themselves to a freak show like Milo. Also, as an entertainer, Fuentes puts himself at the mercy of those who control access to the widest audience. I get that people say that he’s using the MSM to get the word… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
1 year ago

Fuentes is certainly a gifted entertainer but I think that more is going on that that. My guess is that Fuentes’ vision was that we could influence the Republic party if we played our cards right. Like Ron Paul and his followers 15 years ago. When Fuentes broke from the Alt Right after Cville, his pitch was, “We can influence Trump and the Republicans if we improve our public presentation.” That’s why his group, America First, has hosted MTG, Paul G, and Steve King. Unfortunately, they all denounced him later. If the above is correct, then he is still pursuing… Read more »

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
1 year ago

Agree with the thrust of your argument about the futility of being a “White Sambo” and also agree that the Sambo dolls being sold were a trifle absurd. On a side note — and not that you’re denying it, mind — stereotypes usually have some reality behind them. No smoke without fire is what I maintain. If we run into a group of young blacks in a dodgy urban neighborhood we expect trouble. The statistics bear us out. The stereotype is merely a translation of those abstract statistics into images and expectations. I was thinking of moving to Brattleboro myself… Read more »

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 year ago

Brattleboro??? Ask Z MAN about policing and diversity in Brattleboro Vermont. (Sigh) Or just look it up on YouTube.

Try looking at Newport or closer to Bennington if you don’t want to drive that far.

Return of MWV
Return of MWV
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

I liked Brattleboro better when it’s biggest issue was the race of flying crab men from beyond Pluto mining its hills.

(Props to anyone who gets that reference)

joeyjünger
joeyjünger
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 year ago

The “Sambo” and minstrel phenomena were more complicated than white people = evil racists. In the antebellum period negro minstrels and darkie dolls stood in not just for real world blacks, but as representatives of elemental man, the idea of one’s base desires and letting them run riot from time to time. Whites liked minstrel shows, but so did black people (and most of the ephemera from that time sold by antique dealers these days goes to black people.) It really shows the double-bind white people are put in when subjected to egregious (or at least outrageous) black behavior. Condemn… Read more »

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  joeyjünger
1 year ago

Can’t argue with anything you’re saying. “The “Sambo” and minstrel phenomena were more complicated than white people = evil racists.” This trope of “evil racists” is a contemporary one. In the old days whites just didn’t give that much thought to blacks. They either weren’t around (as in New England) or if they were around they led separate lives. Race differences were just taken for granted. and were obvious, and they was no reason to dwell on them. The difference today is that race realists have been made self-conscious of being race realists and conscious that — when they can’t… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  joeyjünger
1 year ago

joeyjünger: You raise some vital points about this appalling racial aerial ballet we’re all perforce involved in. White people are normally just . . . White people. They do what people do and it’s not notable as anything specifically racial, unless and until it’s inevitably placed side by side with the violent, irrational, and generally buffoonish behavior of black people. Our normal is then demonized as abnormal because in Klown World, only the insane make any sense at all. As you note, most minstrel show ephemera is bought by blacks. Same with black Santas and so on. Your average White… Read more »

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  3g4me
1 year ago

“You’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t”.

So true. I recently watched an old video of Jared Taylor debating negros at some HBCU. The moderator called Taylor “dangerous” for simply wanting the freedom to NOT associate with them. They claim to hate us, want us gone, but then they get angry with us when we want nothing to do with them.

This is one of the myriad of reasons why I’ve not only grown to separate from them, but I also despise them. They’re walking cancer to me. A virus of sorts that infects, multiplies and destroys.

fakeemail
fakeemail
Reply to  Tired Citizen
1 year ago

There’s a simple way to decipher victim/host from aggressor/parasite:

The victim is the one that wants separation; the aggressor does not.

What blacks have gained from whites is INCALCULABLE. Whites have only LOST from the association.

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Arshad Ali
1 year ago

Brattleboro is basically a colony of NY. All of their elected reps but one are from NY/NJ (the other one is from MN.) It’s a problem all over the state, really. The Woodchucks hate the Flatlanders and vice versa.

Arshad Ali
Arshad Ali
Reply to  RoBG
1 year ago

There’s a daily train that goes from Brattleboro to NYC (and then on to DC I think). It takes a little over five hours so it obviously is not a commuter train. Brattleboro has a certain quaint charm. Some good used bookshops. Rudyard Kipling spent a little time there. And there also any number of small villages and hamlets around the town. I was smitten.

trumpton
trumpton
1 year ago

blah, blah.

blacks live as one of the 42 as they get to live in a completely safe environment where they are given special status, promoted at very opportunity by the retarded NPCs.

It why they move en mass to the west. They derive benefit far above that that could obtained by staying put wherever they are.

You sound like you are writing a screed for CNN.

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

CNN? Why are you watching CNN?

Give the guy a little credit. The article is much more high brow and informative than anything that came across the teleprompter at CNN.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  trumpton
1 year ago

Wasn’t THE ANSWER to the “Great Question” in “Life, the Universe, and Everything” book by Douglas Adams …… 42?

The joke in the book was they had the answer now, but nobody knew what the question actually was. Speculation was “How many roads must a man walk down?” Etc.

So now we know. How many homies must a mid-sized VT town have?

42.

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  ProZNoV
1 year ago

Late to say, but classic. Classic. Noted and saved!

usNthem
usNthem
1 year ago

I’d prefer blacks start living outside the system, ideally someplace where I never have to hear, see or deal with any of them ever again.

Eloi
Eloi
1 year ago

Nice essay. I have always liked Invisible Man, despite my race realist beliefs. Ellison is no great writer, but he, like Marx, makes some apt observations about the system as it exists. Coincidentally, Z’s proposed moral framework is similar to the ending. The narrator, at the end, sets himself up in an alternate, subterranean room, draining power (lit and figuratively) from the system.

Maxda
Maxda
1 year ago

Thanks Malcolm Z!
Sorry – couldn’t resist. Good essay. Thanks for the reminder not to get too caught up in the nonsense alternatives being presented to us.

joeyjünger
joeyjünger
1 year ago

The bathetic Kanye tale was (mildly) amusing, until I remembered something Greg Hood said. With one-thousandth of the financial, institutional support of the left—especially the racial grievance wing, like BLM—we could take over the world. Imagine if Kanye was a little more serious, a little less crazy (and Nick was serious, too.) Instead of going insane and losing a billion or so, Nick quietly steered Kanye toward Amren (Occidental Observer is a little too big-brained) and Kanye started slipping a few mil here and there to them and other actually worthy organizations. Hell, he could have just promoted Havemal Soapworks… Read more »

Barnard
Barnard
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

It was good to see you call out Torba for all the sucking up he has been doing to Kayne on Gab. He of all people should better than to embarrass himself chasing after a celebrity like he was.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Barnard
1 year ago

Yeah I felt the same way when he was promoting Trump on Gab, and yet Trump wouldn’t create an account there, and preferred to start his own stupid and forgettable social media platform. Called TRUTH of all things. (Why not Pravda?) He would’ve gotten disgusting levels of sycophancy at Gab. Fuentes posts infrequently on Gab, but his wheelhouse should there. Yet he clearly wants those likes and pwns on regime social media. Of course Kanye goes on TRUTH instead, and wanted to reanimate the dead carcass that is Parler. Anything but Gab. Torba should declare anyone not on Gab is… Read more »

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Marko
1 year ago

The appeal of Twitter, Truth, et al. to People of Status (however dubious) is that they can snap their fingers at the staff and have normal losers banned. Gab doesn’t offer that service—at least not visibly, and visibility is the point.

Where Fuentes is mocked “from the right” it’s often for being a tranny-chasing homo sex creep, etc., but even more often for his being *obsessed* with getting other people “deplatformed.” It’s a deeper moral failing.

Bruno the Arrogant
Bruno the Arrogant
Reply to  joeyjünger
1 year ago

It’s really not worth getting invested in the celebrity shenanigans. Perhaps something will come out of the events of the last few weeks, perhaps not. More likely, all that’s going to come out of this is that the media will get bored with Ye, and he’ll slowly disappear from the headlines, along with his entourage. Enjoy the circus, just don’t make the mistake of attributing any significance to it. As for Fuentes, he seems to be following the pattern of all right-wing dissidents, namely he’s made a lot of noise, generated a lot of media, built a following, and all… Read more »

Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
Reply to  Bruno the Arrogant
1 year ago

“… just don’t make the mistake of attributing any significance to it.” You contradict yourself in your own post. Trump may be seen by many as a “clown” and the same for West-Fuentes. However, all named have contributed in significant ways. Before the horde attacked Mr. Trump for outing a long list of corrupt insiders, he provided a look behind the curtain. In just one tiny life, that pulling back of the veil may have saved one life. And after all, isn’t it always about ‘one life?’ In this case, when the (service branch) came a-calling for my oldest son,… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
1 year ago

Trump made several great contributions and basically every one of them was accidental/inadvertent. Causing some Normies to realize the military is a monstrous grift looms large among them. West may have a similar effect among some blacks as to who actually controls the levers of power. Z’s post today was very good and largely on the money, but there will be a few minor positives from this clown show.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Getthemoneyfromtheseskels
1 year ago

Getthemoneyfromtheseskels: Thank you for helping prevent your son from joining the regime. I’m a former Trump voter turned Trump critic, but if his antics brought any good, your case is a prime example of the cloud’s silver lining.

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  Bruno the Arrogant
1 year ago

> Let 1000 dumpster fires burn. Sooner or later, one of will catch the wind. This. The left has been doing everything to add chaos and destabilize the system of traditional values for over a century and now that they have taken over it is time we seek to inject destabilizing chaos into their system. We should *encourage* formerly-controlled celebrities to step up and say crazy things. We should *encourage* blacks to mistrust Jews — even if it is silly stuff like “blacks are the real Hebrews.” *ANY* questioning of the narrative at this point is a good thing. Screw… Read more »

MikeCLT
MikeCLT
Reply to  joeyjünger
1 year ago

Fairly or unfairly, the MSM branded Fuentes as Richard Spencer 2.0 a long time ago. It was only a matter of time before he imploded.

Americans don’t like Nazis. Anyone in politics or a social movement who mentions them will be branded as a Nazi.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  MikeCLT
1 year ago

It’s been 80 years now. Time to stop freaking out about it. It’s in the past and nobody that matters today was even alive back then, except for a few geezer “elites” who were kids during the war.

trumpton
trumpton
Reply to  MikeCLT
1 year ago

Like the rest of the west.

They like or dislike what the relentless moronic media complex has programmed them to using TV, movies, print and music.

Ploppy
Ploppy
Reply to  MikeCLT
1 year ago

The Right is effective when they make fun of leftists for screaming about the Nazis under the bed the same way leftists are effective when they make fun of Christians for screaming about Dungeons and Dragons being devil worship. If you actually dress up as Nazis and say you believe in Nazism, then you’re just giving the left credibility in the same way that Christians would be credible if a gaming convention actually involved sacrificing the virgins, of which they have ample supply, to Baal. This is why Spencer, Fuentes, and Kanye are jackasses and need to mocked from our… Read more »

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Ploppy
1 year ago

But Kanye and Fuentes have not dressed up as Nazis. You are just repeating MSM lies. Kanye actually said that he loves everybody, including the Jews and Nazis. And Fuentes did not say anything about Nazis except that it’s time to move on.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Hun
1 year ago

Perhaps, but that’s a deflection. He simply wasn’t wearing a Nazi costume and that’s a fact.

Also, it was Alex Jones show, where being a clown is the norm.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Hun
1 year ago

It’s funny that when I criticized Fuentes in this comment section in the past, my comments were deleted.

I can’t believe I’m (sort of) defending him now. I still don’t care for him. However, the obsession in right/dissident dissident circles to scream Nazi or Fed at people who are on our side is something that bothers me quite a lot. Why are we supposed to be apologetic WWII? Is anybody apologetic about Napoleonic wars? WWII happened a long time ago.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Ploppy
1 year ago

None of this applies to my past comments about Fuentes. There were maybe 2 or 3 in total at different times.

Doesn’t matter anymore. It’s in the past. I wasn’t upset about it. Just mentioning it as a sign of changing moods.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Ploppy
1 year ago

It is interesting though that every time I mention his name, the comment ends up in moderation. Weird.

Götterdamn-it-all
Götterdamn-it-all
1 year ago

Whatever. I just have no interest in living around blacks.

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
Reply to  Götterdamn-it-all
1 year ago

Plenty of room in Vermont.

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

And the Chief of Police. All they need now is a town manager, treasurer and President of the 4H club in Brattleboro and there goes “Magic Jew Theory.” The great replacement of the 42s moving in from New York and Springfield into Southern Vermont will make for great message board debate!

The real Bill
The real Bill
Reply to  thezman
1 year ago

That’s what I have found: that the people holding high opinions of Blacks, are always people who have had little real contact with them.

I’m sure the white liberals in Brattleboro, who hasten to make one or two Black friends among the 42 will henceforth consider themselves experts on African-Americans.

Davidcito
Davidcito
Reply to  The real Bill
1 year ago

I bought a house 35 minutes out of downtown to avoid them and the first month i move in a black neighbor totals his car on his own tree somehow lmao. I was working at the desk and heard this boom. It was like a joke from God.

Melissa
Melissa
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

The only problem is the whites in Vermont (New England) are the good, virtuous whites whites with the “science is real, women’s rights are human rights, no human is illegal, blm, etc” yard signs.

Great essay today, Zman.

karl von hungus
karl von hungus
Reply to  Melissa
1 year ago

and really high taxes.

Maniac
Maniac
Reply to  karl von hungus
1 year ago

This. New England is one of the most beautiful areas of the country, especially this time of year, but it’s still a Democrat enclave.

Stephen Flemmi
Stephen Flemmi
Reply to  Melissa
1 year ago

Some are. Empty barrels make the most noise. Too much of that shit is commonplace in Burlington and possibly Montpelier. The rest of the state is not so guilty of noticing that absence of evidence correlates strongly with the absence of a West Baltimore like voting bloc.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

Although I’ve never visited New England back in the 1980s I was a tech in a network operations center. Among my many duties was to direct various technicians to service some of our network sites. Some were remote U.S. Customs border crossings. Over a period of a couple years, I got on a first name basis with some of the techs. I often felt a bit bad for them having to drive 6-8 hours one way just to reset a modem, or perform some other menial task requiring 15 minutes 🙂 Although the travel time is far above what was… Read more »

Return of MWV
Return of MWV
Reply to  Melissa
1 year ago

Blacks are not my enemy. The Whites described in your post are.

Götterdamn-it-all
Götterdamn-it-all
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

Plenty of Puritans there, too. At least they wouldn’t kill me just to take my shoes.

David Wright
Member
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

Problem is that whites are my enemies, you know which ones. Of those whites their is a special type of white doing the heavy thinking. Blacks have been the most useful group to weaponize consistently against the civic and moral order.

We’ll see what the disinterested hispanics do if that stupid reparations act in California gets traction. Can’t buy off all of them.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
Reply to  David Wright
1 year ago

It’s all virtue signalling for progressive (or at least Democrat) Whites, who I understand comprise the dominant bloc. Blacks are just 5% of the CA populace. The Blacks will no doubt eagerly take a big bonus check. Heck, I would too. How such a handout can withstand legal scrutiny is beyond me. At the Federal level “ex posto facto” is prohibited. As such, it’s wrong to punish me today for the sins of my ancestors. Wouldn’t the same principle apply to compensating me today for an injustice a distant ancestor suffered? Well, why not? We’re dismantling much of Western civilization… Read more »

RoBG
RoBG
Reply to  Stephen Flemmi
1 year ago

VT is big into “refugee” resettlement. I don’t know if you remember the lady in her 70s delivering meals-on-wheels who was attacked by a Somali wielding a machete named Abukar Ibrahim a couple of years ago? Or the Bhutanese guy that was just convicted of killing his wife with a meat cleaver? But sometimes it’s just folks in the drug trade going up route 91. https://tinyurl.com/2r4jsc47