Sailing The Three C’s

There are three aspects to problem solving that seem obvious when stated but are not always obvious to philosophers of problem solving. One is that you have to identify that there is a problem, as in an unwanted result. The next step is to then narrow in on the possible causes of the problem. The final step is to then produce a list of possible corrections to these complaints and causes. In the world of problem solving, this is known as Complaint, Cause and Correction.

If you are a working man who does productive things for a living, this is something with which you are familiar. If you fix big scary trucks for a living, every day someone points at a big scary truck, hands you a list of complaints and you then set about finding the causes of those complaints and their corresponding corrections. If you are a philosopher of big scary trucks, then this is a bit of a mystery. You wonder how any of this fits in with your particular school’s philosophy or ideology.

This disconnect is obvious in politics. The Republicans have been vexed by one primary complaint for close to a decade. The people they want to swindle into voting for them do not like them very much. In fact, they went so far as to vote for the one guy the party said was off-limits in 2016, Donald Trump. Despite the party’s best efforts to rid themselves of this troublesome man, the rank-and-file voters still prefer him over whatever the party offers as an alternative.

In other words, the party’s complaint is that the voters refuse to support the blocks of wood the party is selling and they support the guy they hate. This turned up in the local elections yesterday, where the Republican Party underperformed again. They even put up a based black guy in the Kentucky governor’s race, but the Democrat still won, in a state that is reliably Republican. In Virginia, the party failed to win the state house, despite their claims about the governor’s popularity.

Going back to the big scary truck idea, the complaint is that it is the wrong sort of big scary truck, and the driver wants his old truck back. You, the big scary truck fixer guy can certainly figure out the cause of the complaints. The company bought the wrong truck, or the driver is a knucklehead. The trouble is you have no correction for these causes, so the complaint must remain unaddressed. That is the problem for the Republican Party as it sinks into irrelevance.

The philosophers of political problem solving, like the philosophers of big scary trucks, will immediately point to their favorite correction. No matter the complaint, no matter the cause, they will argue that the correction is to do whatever it is they are paid to promote or what their ideological school promotes. They will skip that middle part, the cause, and maybe even recast the complaint to their liking. This is why politic punditry is endless rounds of more of the same.

There will be some who pretend to be smart by focusing on the cause. They will roll out some polls claiming that the party does not appeal to this group of new people or this other newly labeled identity group. They will argue, for example, the GOP lost support among young female Tinder users in Ohio. They failed to capture the one-legged lesbian Elvis impersonator vote in the Northern Virginia suburbs. The point of this analysis is to avoid looking too closely at the complaints and the causes.

The place to start for this result and what will be a similar result in the 2024 election is the complaint portion of the work order. If you asked white people to list their top-5 complaints with the party, none of them can be found in the op-ed section of major news sites or in the talking points of candidates. For close to a decade now these voters have been pilloried by the diversity rackets. The party’s corrective to this in Kentucky, a very white state, was to offer up Jeb Bush in blackface.

That is the problem of the party in a nutshell. It no longer pretends to care about the complaints of its voters. They refuse to even discuss most of them. The reason Youngkin won the governorship is because outside groups and grassroots volunteers were outraged at the diversity stuff in the schools. As soon as Youngkin won, he fell silent on all of this stuff and began dreaming of bigger things. Why would those voters come out and support his party in the next election?

It would be one thing if the party spent time properly discussing the complaints of their voters but failed to arrive at suitable corrections. The voters could at least kid themselves into thinking these guys will eventually land on the right correction, even if it is by blind luck. Here is the campaign website of Nikki Haley, who is the preferred option by the party for 2024. Note there is nothing on site to indicate why she is running or why it should matter to you. It is just stock phrases and photos.

Here is the website of Ron DeSantis, who thinks he is Trump-lite. Like Haley, there is nothing on the site but gibberish. At the top is what looks like a campaign slogan. “I am running for President of the United States because I want to lead our Great American Comeback. Our country is going in the wrong direction. We see it with our eyes and we feel it in our bones…” Lead to where? Back from what? Which direction is it headed and what is the right direction? Who knows?

To shift gears slightly, the salesman for the big scary truck repair facility has a job similar to a politician. He tries to convince people to use his service. As a salesman, he has been trained to rely on logos, ethos, and pathos. That is, he combines logical arguments in favor of his service, with his and his firm’s reputation, along with emotional arguments to close the sale. “You know we can do a good job for you, and you will sleep better knowing you signed with us.”

If the Republican Party were operating the big scary truck shop, the salesmen would be festooned in the flags of foreign countries and showing the prospects pictures of the one black guy they have working in their shop. Meanwhile, the mechanics would be spending their days driving penis pictures on the work orders. No one would do business with them because no one would understand the point of their business or know why they should do business with them.

In fairness, the party leaders probably know this at some level. They are smart and clever in the rat-like way that is common in politics. They surely see that they are running a generational bust out. The demographic that makes the Republican Party possible is sinking into permanent minority status. The goal here is to keep them from noticing while the party squeezes the last drops from the racket. The big scary truck shop will then be set on fire for the insurance money.


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GA
GA
7 months ago

Water Pipe “blew” in KY ofc – funny all down the ballot Republicans won AG etc. but not Governor – Judge closed down counting and then Governor race reversed and Dem won – LOL- same as 2020 – you missed this some how Z???? They have cheating down.

Frappe
7 months ago

Does this mean there will be more blacks at Altamont 2 ?

Zulu Juliet
Zulu Juliet
7 months ago

Z-man has nailed it, (though the truck repair metaphor was a bit wooly).

Speaking as a former reliable Republican voter: Where is the Republican candidate calling for sealing the border and deporting the scofflaws and ending taxpayer handouts to the illegals? Or pushing back against trannies making girls cry? Or raging about anti-white animus? Or calling for America to stop meddling around the world?

The Republican party is worthless as tits on a boar-hog.

houska
houska
7 months ago
Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  houska
7 months ago

Dude is so fucking based. He is to the -right- of Trump. Which then makes one wonder… (dons conspiracy hat). Brown guy, based AF, young, charismatic, articulate speaker, says lots of sh-t people want to hear but seemingly came out of nowhere. Does this ring any bells for anyone? Democrat version, 2008? My spidey senses tingle like crazy listening to him that he is a purposeful asset planted by the Deep State as a blow off valve for the DR. I could be totally wrong and he may just be a super based redpill dropping flame spitting pajeet but that… Read more »

GA
GA
Reply to  Apex Predator
7 months ago

Water Pipe “blew” again and shut down counting – when resumed Dem won everything LOL same as they did in 2020– GOPe is in on it – not a word of protest

Davidcito
7 months ago

Somehow Ohio just voted to legalize abortion and recreational weed. I imagine this was a mail in ballot phenomenon but it’s hard to say. A lot of liberals have moved there to escape high rents in the northeast.

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
Reply to  Davidcito
7 months ago

It wasn’t a mail-in phenomenon. Ohio does not use mail-in balloting. It was simply another sign of the overall decline. Much of Ohio’s population is clustered into the three giant urban agglomerations of Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus (Ha! Three Cs. How’s that for irony?)—old, Rust Belt manufacturing towns with large core black populations. Once you add in liberal whites and the youth vote, there is no way that “square” causes like opposition to abortion and marijuana can win. Ohio also has the strange distinction that its state constitution can be amended by a simple 50%+1 majority referendum, which basically turns… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
7 months ago

“ It wasn’t a mail-in phenomenon. Ohio does not use mail-in balloting.”

DS. Do you ever check before commenting on that which you do not know. Ohio is no better than any other Star wrt mail in balloting. They use it extensively. Here is a reference to prove such:

https://www.ohiosos.gov/media-center/press-releases/2023/2023-08-04/

It’s from the damn office of elections for Ohio. A simple Google discovered the reference. Took 30 seconds.

3g4me
3g4me
7 months ago

Two items of note, off topic:

1. Was discussing news headlines with husband and mentioned Biden democratic challenger Dean Phillips from Minnesota. Hubby commented on Phillips’ visage so I looked it up. His ‘early life’ section on Wikipedia is as expected – both biological parents as well as his stepfather – Every Single Time.

2. This article by William Briggs is well worth reading (https://www.wmbriggs.com/post/49238/) but check out this Israeli propaganda video he links to in the comments: https://twitter.com/LaurenWitzkeDE/status/1721878574993486303

KGB
KGB
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

Briggs’s comment about Regime members avoiding armed service for themselves and their progeny reminds me of this (((Harold Ramis))) quote from Stripes:

“I don’t know what kind of a soldier I’m going to make, but I want you to know that if we ever get into heavy combat I’ll be right behind you guys every step of the way.”

Hokkoda
Member
7 months ago

The GOP’s problem is best articulated in “The Wedding Singer” when Robby goes to the bank for a job.

“- Mr. Simms: Do you have any experience?
– Robbie Hart: No, sir, I have no experience but I’m a big fan of money. I like it, I use it, I have a little. I keep it in a jar on top of my refrigerator. I’d like to put more in that jar. That’s where you come in.”

All they care about is putting money in the jar. They have no plans. They have no prospects. Just “give us money”.

https://youtu.be/mQ2OHv2hOrE

DFCtomm
Member
7 months ago

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

My favorite scene from the movie.

vinnyvette
vinnyvette
7 months ago

Look… you do not need to be Aristotle or hold a PHD in philosophy to comprehend the Trump phenomenon… It’s real, blue collar guy simple. Trump is the biggest middle finger to the Republican Party, the Democrat party, the MSM, the deep state, Clause Schwab, every global elitist bazillionaire… The world at large. It matters not that he’s not a policy wonk, that he puts ketchup on his steak, that he’s a handicap golfer, that he’s uncouth, that he has no filter, that he takes great pride in insulting one liners, that he’s a bull in a China shop, that… Read more »

KarlRovekin
KarlRovekin
7 months ago

I don’t discount the racial, imaginary-black-friend Complaint, but it is a big ask to get them over it (Cause = too many voters of all parties sharing the fetish). Pulling the wars plug is something they could do today. This is easily 90% of my personal strategic support for Orangezilla (and on which it’s 50-50 he’d manage to follow through). Biden, the retard, deserves credit for pulling the Afghanistan plug. No answer to that have I heard from Tom Cotton, Nimrata, or Boomerkin or George Rodham Bush.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  KarlRovekin
7 months ago

Look at it on the bright side [no pun intended].

Kentuckians preferred a White DEM to a kneegr0w GOP.

Looks to moi like folks are coming home to Das Volk.

This is a GoodThing®.

==========

Furthermore, White rage in Staten Island boiled over into Suffolk County and Whites seized control of Eastern Long Island.

This is another GoodThing®.

All the trends are heading in the correct direction.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Bourbon
7 months ago

I wonder if the Long Island phenomenon is the result of the locusts leaving for greener fields. They’ve certainly been landing in my neck of the woods for years!

I mean, it’s a wave that’ll wash over us, I’m sure, and the thing that pisses me off most is the mess we’ll have to clean up. We’ll see what how they deal with it portends.

Mike Sterno
Mike Sterno
Reply to  Bourbon
7 months ago

Yes, Dr. Pangloss.

Xman
Xman
7 months ago

Here’s your “conservative” Republican Speaker of the House right here, white people — he brings a coal-black Negro criminal of sexual age into his home where his SMOKIN’ hot blonde wife resides:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12698545/House-Speaker-Mike-Johnsons-adopted-son-court-drug-brass-knuckles.html

There is either some serious fetishism going on here or some serious naïvete. A lot of these Republicans are big into race-mixing — David French has a black baby. Amy Comely Barret has two. Paul Ryan had a black girlfriend. Nikki Haley’s daughter married a Negro.

These people are not going got to bat for white America.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Xman
7 months ago

Guarantee you behind the Christcuck Conservatism he spouts lies an absolute degenerate. I’m certain he was letting the son cuck him w/ the blond wife while he sat and watched. There is so much more of this out in the world than people realize.

Look at the recent Baptist minister who was spewing fire & brimstone at the pulpit and was a closet tranny.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/mayor-bubba-copeland-alabama-suicide-b2441961.html

At least Democrats are open and honest about their degeneracy.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Apex Predator
7 months ago

J, the first time I saw Johnson’s picture, muh immediate overpowering overwhelming instinctual response was GHEY PAEDO FACE!!!!!

There is undeniable cuckoldry of one form or another in that Johnson household.

My guess is that Johnson wanted the Big Black Buck for himself, not for his waifu.

But who knows, maybe they fought over the Buck?

And I sincerely hope the White children in the family were not engaged in servicing the Buck.

Vxxc
Vxxc
Reply to  Xman
7 months ago

I saw Johnson for the first time when elected Speaker and GAYDAR goes off…

Voting is over so why do I care?

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Vxxc
7 months ago

You still have a soul, I’d guess.

Greg Nikolic
7 months ago

The reason the Republican party isn’t selling what its voters want is because they are unduly influenced by the opposition, the Left. As long as the Left controls the cultural narrative and discourse, its messages will seep inexorably into the brains of all watchers. And you can bet the Republican task-masters watch TV. It is TELEVISION that is the root cause of the current political climate. Everything from gay pride parades to woke philosophy is a bastard ill-child of the boob tube, in one form or another. There used to be a television show called “Will & Grace” about a… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Greg Nikolic
7 months ago

Roughly a quarter century elapsed from Hollywood’s pro-homo agitprop beginning in earnest, to Obergfell, a ruling which would not only have been unimaginable at the outset, it would have been unimaginable for it to even be a case. Today, with far more screen time and connectivity than existed circa 1990, one can safely assume that the window of time required to alter perception and change opinion has been proportionally reduced (along with attention spans, which probably also makes the subject more pliable). Indeed, some subjects, in this environment, appear to have already succumbed to automaton style slavishness, so that no… Read more »

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Greg Nikolic
7 months ago

It is TELEVISION that is the root cause of the current political climate.

Isn’t that like blaming the gun rather than the gun owner?

RealityRules
RealityRules
7 months ago

I hate to pull a Peter Schiff here, but I am going to pull a Peter Schiff and say I predicted this. Yesterday, I saw the photos of Daniel Cameron in KY and John James in MI. Even though I predicted it, I still couldn’t take J. Zoar’s advice and remember I am a dissident. It burns. A nice deep sleep and a fresh cup of coffee and I am shaking my head and smiling. My hope when seeing those photos was that not a single voter would turn out as we are all sick and tired of seeing this.… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  RealityRules
7 months ago

Asians don’t side with Whites . . . unless you are talking about Filipina women who want to marry blue-eyed White men. Or perhaps you’re thinking of DeNiro’s ‘girlfriend’ Tiffany Chen. Yeah, a big fan of traditional values and Western civilization, she is.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  RealityRules
7 months ago

You could even get the idea that they want to make sure the angry black women stay angry. Which isn’t a very tall order.

RDittmar
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
7 months ago

A guilty pleasure of mine as of late – police body cam videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITmPxa2eX4w

Bob Alou
Bob Alou
Reply to  RealityRules
7 months ago

I’ll drink to that.
(no voting)

Xin Loi
Xin Loi
Reply to  Bob Alou
7 months ago

My Dad (PBUH) would have been 100 last month but sadly didn’t go the distance.

He always said, “Don’t vote. It only encourages them”.

Xman
Xman
7 months ago

Look, let’s face it, whites and conservatives fought and lost all the major cultural battles as far back as the Sixties. And who was behind it all? Republicans — Earl Warren, George Romney, Ronald Reagan, Nelson Rockefeller, Nixon, Harry Blackmun. Warren mandated integration and Ike enforced it by sending troops into Little Rock High. Rockefeller and Reagan signed abortion into law as governors and Nixon appointed Blackmun to the Supreme Court. Nixon put the DoD on Defcon III for Israel in 1973. Reagan signed an amnesty for illegals in 1986. He signed gun control in California as governor. He appointed… Read more »

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Xman
7 months ago

Xman: Hear, hear. Very well said.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Xman
7 months ago

Sometimes I think Republicans are there to do the leftist things that Democrats can’t get away with doing, because there would be too much resistance if Democrats tried to do it. “Only Nixon could go to China” and whatnot

Bob Alou
Bob Alou
Reply to  Xman
7 months ago

I will definitely drink to that.

Boris
7 months ago

Maybe relevant to today’s topic:
Today is the 100th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch!

rcocean
rcocean
7 months ago

Its impossible to care about the R’s losing the VA state Senate or the Governorship in KY. If they’d won, what would’ve changed? Nothing. Supposedly if they’d won the VA Senate, then Youngkin would’ve been able to “push through his agenda”. Except he has no agenda. The same was true of Cameron. That the GOP is constantly nominating mediocre blacks just tells you everything you need to know. Its not about winning to do things, its just about getting someone with an “R” after his name in office. This election, just like everything since 2016, shows that without Trump, the… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  rcocean
7 months ago

I’ve actually heard that there is no correlation between a black’s expressed political views and his voting. They vote along racial lines and Democrat. 90% Democrat. This number is very sticky. Going after the black vote as a Republican is stupid. The constant pandering only inflames people who would vote Republican. Really, I think that’s the point. They like to lose. They love being the powerless opposition. They can stamp their feet and bang their pots and pans about their supposed principles, because what they do doesn’t matter. They can get together in Congress when they are in the minority… Read more »

Tars Tarkas
Member
7 months ago

I never thought they would handle Trump the way they have actually handled him. I overlooked a lot of Trump’s faults because I thought he was an imperfect agent of change, perhaps even the Mule as Z liked to call him. He electrified the base in a way that no other Republican could in decades. His rallies are more like rock concerts. Surely some of that is Trump’s personality, but a lot of it is genuine excitement for the stuff he says he wants to do. But instead of giving us a more refined version of Trump with largely the… Read more »

Dutch Boy
Dutch Boy
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
7 months ago

I thought DeSantis might be that refined version but he has listened to his professional image makers and dashed any such hope.

Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Dutch Boy
7 months ago

Before the election season kicked off, I thought he was going to continue to build cred with the base and come out in 28. But he self destructed instead. He was always too close to Israel for me though. It makes me wonder if he is actually running for PM of Israel or the POTUS?

Dutch Boy
Dutch Boy
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
7 months ago

DeSantis and the others know there is a substantial Republican voting bloc that is fanatically pro-Israel. They are called Christian Zionists but I prefer to call them Christians for War.

Zeke
Zeke
Reply to  Dutch Boy
7 months ago

As if Jesus, instead of throwing the money changers out from the Temple, picked up a JDAM and said “I will use these to destroy Amalek and protect you, pharisees.”

Maybe when he called them a “generation of vipers” he was just kidding.

Tired
Tired
Reply to  Dutch Boy
7 months ago

He signed Floridian law in Israel.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Tired
7 months ago

And what a law it was…
F Rhonda Santis.

vinnyvette
vinnyvette
Reply to  Tired
7 months ago

DeSantis is my governor.., he’s the shit.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
7 months ago

The remedy the elite offers is to replace that truck with a brand new electric one – that uses batteries that haven’t been developed yet. What’s that? You wanted a truck that could actually make deliveries at a reasonable cost without killing the driver or the other people on the road? Racist!

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
7 months ago

LMFAO. This is all irrelevant. No amount of election integrity, political party reorganization, or explicit appeals to white interests will make up for the fact that the overwhelming majority of females will crawl through broken glass, kick their grandmother down the stairs, and endure unspeakable hardships in order to preserve the ability to murder their own babies, up to and including birth. The root cause of all of our political problems is not “managerialism”, or “the uniparty”, but rather the fact that women collectively are hysterical, psychopathic, murderous monsters who have absolutely no business whatsoever being involved in public affairs,… Read more »

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Mr. Generic
7 months ago

The problem you leave out is, Why is it this way? What perverted women to such an extent? Infanticide is not natural to a genuine woman. You are describing a symptom, not a cause. I agree that the symptom is creating other symptoms (in the way jaundice derives from liver failure), but I feel you leave out how we arrived at this unnatural state.

KarlRovekin
KarlRovekin
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

I think he answered it. Namely, letting Life Of Julia women vote. You are trying to be the truck repair philosopher here.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

Sadly, it is a great mystery we may never solve! I mean, it is almost like it was engineered by someone else…

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Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

> Why is it this way? What perverted women to such an extent? Opportunity. Western Boomers were the first generation of women on the planet to have the ability to murder their children in utero in a safe, reliable, and anonymous way. Previous generations were not pure, they were restrained. > You are describing a symptom, not a cause. I feel you leave out how we arrived at this unnatural state. Don’t you see? This *IS* their natural state! It is why religion and culture are so important: to suppress the worst, most dangerous primal instincts of both men AND… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

Eloi: “Infanticide is not natural to a genuine*** woman.” ACKSHUALLY, if left to its own doing, Cluster B will always result in a Cult of Moloch. Whenever the females’ histrionic & narcissistic imperative to virtue snivel is allowed to flourish, inevitably the virtue snivelling will spiral out of control, and to achieve peak maximum virtue snivelling dopamine hits, Cluster B women will ritually mμrder their own babies in order to gain higher status and climb the social ladder. “Look at poor me and my suffering; I am so pure of heart that I sacrificed my own beloved child, my flesh… Read more »

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Bourbon
7 months ago

I don’t know what horrible women you have in your lives… Sorry for your collective experiences… yeesh. My wife, mother, and daughters are all lovely, compassionate things. And personifying nature as a women does not prove the malice of women. Women, when properly partnered with a man, are wonderful. To go back to my initial point, women voting can be a symptom of when men abdicated their role as the partner and leader of a family. The men degenerated before the women.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

Eloi, Bro, I don’t mean to jinx you, but it sounds like you are living a very blessed life, and that you are diligently performing your duty to solidify your Ancestors’ place in the Tree of Life. HOWEVER, other Bros don’t have it nearly so good as that. [For the record, I am not a misogynist, and I very much enjoy the company of most women, but when it comes to the FQ [the female question], I am also much less of a fool now than when I was younger.] If you spend an evening at /pol/, you will come… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

Bourbon, agree and well said. The pictures you linked to are depressing but only because it’s the truth.

In addition to all the rest going on I wonder what time bomb is hidden in the vaxx story. Medical literature has been infiltrated with narratives and propaganda but studies with foreboding conclusions are starting to come out. Even some normie doctors normally pillars of the system, are beginning to wise up. Things are very crazy now. But they may get far crazier fairly soon

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

Moran ya Simba: “In addition to all the rest going on I wonder what time bomb is hidden in the vaxx story…” Bro, I wish I had something encouraging to say. I hate having to navigate my way through this constant dark black cloud of negativity, but I haven’t yet seen a silver lining. All the new studies are simply horrifying. I haven’t read any good news on the v@xx front, and I’m effectively a news junkie [although not of my own volition; nowadays we have to be news junkies simply to STAY ALIVE]. It’s looking like the Depopulationists really… Read more »

Vinnyvette
Vinnyvette
Reply to  Bourbon
7 months ago

You’re a jackass.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Vinnyvette
7 months ago

Honey, there’s a reason the Roman Papish venerate the Virgin Mary.

Presumably [we are talking j00esses here] presumably she was unique to the entire Levant.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Vinnyvette
7 months ago

One other quick point, for folks who aren’t much aware about modern genealogy: Ancestress DNA is preserved via the mtDNA [the mitochondrial DNA], and is passed from mother to daughter. Whereas Ancestor DNA is preserved via the Y chromosome, which is passed from the father to the son. It’s fascinating that we are able to recreate sexually pure genealogical lineages, such as daughter => mother => grandmother => greatgrandmother, etc and son => father => grandfather => greatgrandfather, etc. But it’s vastly more difficult [bordering on impossible] to recreate lengthy genealogical strings of sexually impure genealogical lineages [males & females… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Vinnyvette
7 months ago

Looks like blue on blue fire. Bourbon’s not exactly wrong. It’s complicated

not my people
not my people
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

These women don’t have an alpha male in the home, they will push and push the boundaries wanting to be slapped down by the male, however, now there’s no male in their home to do it, so hysterical meltdowns are the rule of the day. If they had husbands, babies and housework to occupy their time, they’d be better off and more content..

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  not my people
7 months ago

This is the correct diagnosis of this and many other problems

Horace
Horace
Reply to  Mr. Generic
7 months ago

Animal (including the human animal, yes we are neither plant, fungus, or protist) behavior is either programmed via genome, what we call ‘instinct’, or it is learned.

“… women collectively are hysterical, psychopathic, murderous monsters …”

It’s almost as if ‘maternal instinct’ wasn’t actually instinct at all, but a learned behavior that has now vanished, a diminishing echo of the bygone patriarchy.

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Horace
7 months ago

Horace: “It’s almost as if ‘maternal instinct’ wasn’t actually instinct at all, but a learned behavior that has now vanished, a diminishing echo of the bygone patriarchy.” Yours is an exceptionally chilling thought. I used to believe that intelligence was the most precious of all traits in the female of the species [ergo intelligence was the trait you would most want to find in the mother of your children], but for the past few years now, ever since I’ve swallowed the Red Pill & fully digested it, I’ve come to the conclusion that MORALITY is the rarest of all traits… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
7 months ago

Maybe women really like killing babies, or maybe they’re really mad at you men.

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  Paintersforms
7 months ago

It’s not just that they love killing babies, it’s that they have no higher calling above and beyond the killing of babies.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Mr. Generic
7 months ago

I think it’s something along these lines. Even down to explaining why white men can be such cucks.

https://www.wearethemighty.com/mighty-history/germanic-tribes-women-gallic-wars/

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mr. Generic
7 months ago

If you actually believe that, you’re a major league nut-job.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Paintersforms
7 months ago

Stressed females in a lot of species will kill their young. Social animals that find themselves with young but no social support system are especially prone to this Humans, like other primates, are a highly social species. The female obsession with abortion is probably the result of these facts. They are responding like stressed female mammals. So why are they stressed? Because there are virtually no males around. Loads and loads of she-males yes. But not functional males. This problem began with men abdicating their roles “to get in touch with their emotional side”. We men own this problem. Of… Read more »

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

Agreed. I’d go farther (wrt to the article I linked) and say it’s a symptom of defeat. We might be civilized now, I guess, but the barbarian is still there.

Luckily this is Clown World, where everything is fake, gay, and inverted, so it’s not a physical conquering by a superior enemy, but deception and delusion. Signs and lying wonders, etc.

Trust and pity— harden the heart. Takes as much discipline as physical training. Different kind of pain, but no worse.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Paintersforms
7 months ago

We do feel like a defeated tribe. I’m not exactly the GI He-man, chiselled in stone. But I still say, we got to get back in the saddle. This isn’t over yet

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

Not at all. Things aren’t as bad as they seem— not nearly hopeless. We just need to get our heads out of our asses. For instance, I’m on AJ’s email list. Today’s headline is about globalists engineering depression and holy wars to bring in world government. You might think that’s blackpilling, or a psyop, but I think it’s merely advertising. On the spectrum, but it gets eyeballs on IW. That’s what even your average redpilled person finds exciting— not overcoming this shit, not working and succeeding, but getting worked up over The End, fantasizing about narratives and prophecy. All that… Read more »

Whiskey
Whiskey
7 months ago

The problem both parties face is the failure of the Zohan Strategy. In 2008, history’s greatest film-maker, released “You Don’t Mess With the Zohan.” A film possibly even greater than “the Room” by rival Tommy Wiseau, and his own masterpiece “Little Nicky,” the film details the adventures of Israel’s greatest commando hair dresser and battles against rival Palestinian hair dresser / terrorists. The two factions unite in their shared love of pronouncing consonants in the back of their throats and shared hatred of … wait for it … you will never see this coming … White guys! That strategy has… Read more »

Penitent Man
Penitent Man
Reply to  Whiskey
7 months ago

“National Guard and other reservists to training for notifying next of kin, to the tune of over 5,000” A little while back I suggested the Guard as an alternative for Our young men hellbent on getting military service in lieu of enlisting in the Federal military. I based that on not running into fighting Guard units in the Gulf War and my own Guard service which largely evolved blowing stuff up on the weekends and drinking beer after the exercise. Sure, I knew there was always the avenue of federalizing Guard units but the only time I experienced that was… Read more »

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Penitent Man
7 months ago

Young White men today regarding military service:

“To the LGBTQ, Peoples of Color and Wamens, we wish you good luck in the coming Israel war games. May the odds be ever in your favor.”

Nicholas Name
Nicholas Name
Reply to  Whiskey
7 months ago

Brilliant review of “Zohan”!

Mike
Mike
7 months ago

Z, I got a Substack recommendation just now:

https://librarianofcelaeno.substack.com/p/fanbaiting-a-war

It’s about your buddy Max Boot, he is well eviscerated in it and the first comment is that Boot is like a human dildo in a fedora but that doesn’t hold because he is incapable of giving pleasure to a woman. Good stuff.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Mike
7 months ago

These vile psychopaths have tossed something like 400,000 Ukrainian men, a whole generation I suppose, into the wood chipper and it ain’t enough for them. Boot and miss Graham should be point men for the next glorious Ukrainian offensive, bloodthirsty perverts

Eloi
Eloi
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

Ha! Moran, you are too conservative with your estimate.

Did you see the post today about recruiting women for the front line! https://dnyuz.com/2023/11/08/if-not-me-who-as-ukraine-seeks-troops-women-prepare-for-the-call/

And the average Ukrainian soldier is now around 40. Sounds like a couple generations!

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Eloi
7 months ago

I probably am. Someone clearly prefers the Ukrainian people extinct.

End this d*mn war

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

Moran ya Simba: “Someone clearly prefers the Ukrainian people extinct.”

https://tinyurl.com/fapj6brw

Malachi
Malachi
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

Blood for their blood god.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
7 months ago

It’s easier, psychologically, to deal with dispossession and disenfranchisement when one realizes and accepts that one is a subject, not a citizen. To do otherwise is to be Charlie Brown trying to kick the football in perpetuity, clinging to hope that the rigged game will this time turn out in your favor, because a Schoolhouse Rock cartoon about Bill on Capitol Hill, which they put on the air right about the same time everything it depicted was no longer true, had told you so back in your formative years. I rank that cartoon alongside the Tom Clancy agitprop I occasionally… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
7 months ago

There are a few metaphors that come to take on great significance because they explain so much. The fable of the Emperor’s new clothes is a great example because it explains most of the virtue signaling that we see.

I wonder if Charles Schultz had any inkling that he had created a metaphor of similar significance when he wrote his Lucy-Charlie Brown-football strips.

You can argue with conservatives about facts and trends and get nowhere and then you tell them that they are like Charlie Brown and your point sinks in.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
7 months ago

Irrational belief in something despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary was one of Schultz’s idees fixes. Another example is Linus returning to the pumpking patch every year in expectation of the Great Pumpkin. The Grillers are Charlie Brown or Linus. Take your pick.

Nicholas Name
Nicholas Name
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
7 months ago

“A dissident by definition does not believe that redress is possible through conventional political means.”

Yes. That’s why I’m surprised at the many comments on here around why the Red Team lost.

RDittmar
Member
7 months ago

Now that voter fraud has become institutionalized, I think we’ve reached a point at which the complaint can no longer even be addressed. If we think back on the 2022 election and wonder why the so-called “red wave” never materialized we can come up with a lot of reasons. Was a particular issue that cooled the voters on the GOP? Were voters just generally apathetic about the GOP? Or was voter fraud so widespread that it cost the GOP a bunch of statewide races? Even in this Kentucky election, it appears there were wholesale shenanigans. I don’t know how laughably… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  RDittmar
7 months ago

Given the GOP’s refusal to represent the interests of its traditional voters, it’s easy to get the idea that if they didn’t lose through fraud, they would find some other way to lose. Since, clearly, winning isn’t their top priority. Or probably even second or third.

RDittmar
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
7 months ago

The GOP doesn’t just find a way to lose, they actively finance their own defeat! I can’t remember which election cycle this was, but they caught Paul Ryan’s PAC giving money to support a Democrat running in PA.

Boarwild
Boarwild
Reply to  RDittmar
7 months ago

RDittmar –

Add to that Ronna Romney McFailure. She should’ve been kicked out the door long ago.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
7 months ago

Only voted for one issue my entire adult life:

Enforcement of existing immigration laws. It gets worse every election cycle and doesn’t matter who the front man is.

Voting is retarded.

(I’ll vote for a President Fetterman though, because why not?)

KarlRovekin
KarlRovekin
Reply to  ProZNoV
7 months ago

A merciful burst of laffs glided across from Fetterman’s Israel Uber Alles turn last month; I dunno if it was face or heel— a feel turn perhaps, in the style of Draymond Green’s explanation for punching LeBron James in the groin: “I play by feel”

krustykurmudgeon
krustykurmudgeon
7 months ago

Does anyone see people like Elizabeth Warren or Katie Porter as effectively the Sarah Palins of the left. Like they are both fundamentally simpletons or as Darren Beattie has said: “a cognitive peasant from a low born lineage who never had an original idea in your life”.

Although I guess Sarah Palin never claimed to be an intellectual, which is what I find grating about Warren and Porter. Someone like Alan Dershowitz, as evil as he probably is, seems like someone far more interesting to talk to.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  krustykurmudgeon
7 months ago

Yeah the Dems have politicians that are useful wing nut idiots too. The establishment Dems hold their noses at the likes of Warren or Omar. They are used to harvest impotent outrage which leads to “vote for Democrats or a REPUBLICAN wins”. Just like what caved-in head Republicans say about Democrats.

Democrat wing nuts do have an annoying habit of acting pensive. Their go-to is “listening” to whatever victim group and then making a passionate speech about said victim group. Republican wing nuts just make love to firearms and wave the flag extra-hard.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
7 months ago

The Bradley effect works on the right too. Shocking! You have to wonder how many people in Kentucky, white people, have the exact mentality that I have towards the situation presented. “F that n -word, and F the people who are trying to make me choose him.” You can’t say it was a small amount of people. I’ve been to Kentucky a couple times on business. Let me just say, it may be a white state but the parts I saw may as well have been suburban Atlanta, so the people there are clearly aware of who these people are,… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  JR Wirth
7 months ago

Oh, yes, Cameron has a smoking hot blonde wife. He married her before the governor’s race because he was widely rumored to be gay. Family there say he is indeed a double diversity candidate.

Bradley Effect indeed. Voting patterns resemble the demographics of housing despite all the professions of love for the Holy Ones.

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  Jack Dobson
7 months ago

Lol! Like some GOP source code. Unbelievable. I hate this country so much these days.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  JR Wirth
7 months ago

Correction: chestnut brunette. I guess he had to distinguish himself from the other Magic Negros married to white women.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  JR Wirth
7 months ago

My husband made a pit stop in Louisville, Kentucky a few months back while on a business trip. Granted, this was somewhere in the city environs because he had to take a detour off the interstate, but he had texted me it was nothing but joggers and pajeets. And, of course, I then checked and Louisville’s mayor is Every Single Time. I don’t vote, but even if I did, regardless of the purported ‘issues,’ I would vote based on person, not party. Because they all lie and they all are part of the club. I don’t know what the jogger… Read more »

JR Wirth
JR Wirth
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

You didn’t know that Thomas Sowell is the greatest philosopher of the last hundred years?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  JR Wirth
7 months ago

Sheeeit. Greatest of all time. You’ve heard of Plato, Aristotle, Kant? Morons compared to Sowell.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

There are very few large metro areas in AINO that are not majority PoC, with the bulk of them nuggras. Just one reason I’d have to get a multi-million dollar pay raise to even consider moving to one of them. And even then, as soon as I’d earned enough to keep myself in clover until the hereafter, I’d get the eff back out.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
7 months ago

It should be very clear by this point that the ENTIRE American political spectrum from RINO to DINO is just a racket being run for the benefit of insiders. One of the few good consequences of this is that, just as we never get immigration reform or real tax relief, the Blacks, wammen, and others on that side never get to grab all our guns or other property and go completely Pol Pot or even Hugo Chavez on us. A fun game of “what if” to play is to imagine yourself as one of those insiders. What would my life… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

Louisville is a shithole and the home of St. Brianna Taylor. If someone is black and a Kentuckian the odds are they live there.

Mike
Mike
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

My rule also, won’t vote for something like Haley either. Actually if I did vote. I have voted for Bernie in the Demo primaries though. If he would’ve been elected nothing would have happened, he’d spend his time looking for more vacation houses.

Karl Horst (Germany)
Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

From my observation across the pond, it seems liberals will back anyone who is against what they suspect is “normal”. The more it bizarre, the more they embrace it along with any candidate who also supports it. This goes for both political parties. Of course free stuff always wins hearts and minds more than some vague concept of national security and a good economy. Since these people live off the government dole and contribute nothing, they couldn’t care less about the future for whatever children they spawn into existence. Their way of life will continue as they have always know… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

> Young conservatives, and anyone with an IQ above 90, knows volunteering for todays military is a loose-loose decision. And because the US military proudly embraces woke culture The military has always been a social experiment. People forget about: – Reintegrating the military (and using them to integrate schools). – “Don’t ask, don’t tell” was incredibly progressive for the time. – Diversity initiatives have been there since forever (Colin Powell) – Of course, using the military to spread democracy I would go as far as to say the military made the conservatives going in more progressive through the relentless drilling… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

The US has mandatory registration for service. There are more and more commercials on white-focused radio and television urging compliance, which indicates to me compliance has fallen off. Non-whites will not comply at all. My guess is they do not impose a draft for this very reason.

Economics will cause the focus.

The Left uses freaks in the same way the Right uses the military and patriotism–as an appeal to the rubes’ emotions to make them feel they are holy by voting for “X.” It is quite something.

Spiro's Agony
Spiro's Agony
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

What, pray tell, is “white focused television?” Is there a channel that only runs Leave It To Beaver and Gunsmoke episodes?

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

The only way a draft will work is if the US is bombarded with relentless pro-military propaganda for at least a decade across all spectrums of news, entertainment, and social media.

It COULD be done, but even the US neocon voracious appetite for MOR WAR!!! is only so much.

ProZNoV
ProZNoV
Reply to  ProZNoV
7 months ago

(No sane man wants to die for the rainbow dildo that is US foreign policy)

c matt
c matt
Reply to  ProZNoV
7 months ago

The only way a draft will work is at gunpoint. And that type of recruit doesn’t usually turn out so well. So it becomes a lose-lose.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  c matt
7 months ago

Ukraine says “hi,” and its under actual invasion. I’m not even sure the press gangs would work here.

Ahab's Shoe Discount
Ahab's Shoe Discount
Reply to  ProZNoV
7 months ago

FF sinking of “The Ike” and 24/7 war agitprop is their go-to solution. Anderson Cooper sobbing like a little girl as he tells the story of all the transailors who got sent to Davey Jone’s locker.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

Well you have the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff saying that what is needed is more non-white male officers. I assume that he means not just black officers are preferred but all of the other flavors of the diversity rainbow mix as well. This combined with a good 15 years plus of the government being at war with white people and the S&P 200 having a hiring rate of about 5% for white people. This post the St. Floyd self inflicted death. I wonder how many of the 5% are actually Jews. Just saying. So yes, if you… Read more »

Nicholas Name
Nicholas Name
Reply to  Karl Horst (Germany)
7 months ago

Karl, the recruitment standards are already in the garbage. Recruiting numbers today are lower than they were in 2007; that was the lowest point of GWOT in terms of military success and domestic approval. I deployed to Iraq in January, 2007 (my 3rd tour) as part of the “Surge”. Let me give you an example of some of the guys I deployed with that recruiters scraped off the sidewalk: -42 year-old who was addicted to crack and living in a bus stop in San Diego. -32 year-old with a glass eye and suffered from anal leakage on foot marches because… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Nicholas Name
7 months ago

When I go hunting with a group, the risk of an accidental discharge is often at the back of my head. People get excited, caught up in the moment, forget that it’s not a toy in their hands. I can’t imagine what going to war with the people you describe, and knowing they are right behind you, possibly about to have the most confusing and stressed out moments of their lives. And holding loaded firearms right behind you.

Winter
Winter
7 months ago

Great article. We marvel at how zombies like Fetterman can be elected to the Senate, but who do the Republicans put up? A foreign huckster with no connection to the state of Pennsylvania or its people.

The Republicans are worse than useless. If I lived in Pennsylvania and had to vote in that ’22 election, I would’ve voted Fetterman for the LOLs. Sure, he’s a brain-damaged hobo, but it sends a nice F-you to the corrupt Republicans who picked a foreign carpet-bagger to represent actual Americans.

Marko
Marko
Reply to  Winter
7 months ago

I respect Democrats in a way, because they have balls. They impose themselves. They double-down. They “go there”. They win at all costs. If it weren’t for the widespread feminization and guilt, they’d be admired by the likes of BAP and Raw Egg Nationalist. (But so far, they just have the admiration of Richard Spencer.) Republicans, if they had used the Democrats’ playbook, would have embraced QAnon, Gadsden Flag, and very online types and put their own retards in the halls of congress. Imagine a dozen or so Baked Alaskas to confront the Ayanna Presleys. It would be epically stupid,… Read more »

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Winter
7 months ago

Republicans are the pussy farts of politics. Their only function is to be an inconvenient annoyance while someone is being screwed.

Jess Hutcheson
Jess Hutcheson
Reply to  Winter
7 months ago

A friend’s father (who I met a few times and liked) became involved with the Republican Party of Pennsylvania around 2010 as an adviser, organizer, and campaign worker. He met all the players, kissed ass, worked hard, and was a popular guy in the party. After a few years of the grunt work, he had a sit-down with the Powers That Be to ask their blessing for a state senate run. He gave them his pitch touting his military career (exemplary), private sector business (made lots of money), and loyalty to the party (unquestioned). Everyone told him how impressed they… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jess Hutcheson
7 months ago

Well, that’s the worst kind of black pill there is, alright…

G Lordon Giddy
G Lordon Giddy
7 months ago

The Republican leadership wants to put a Steve McQueen Bullitt logo on a 2023 Mustang Mach-E hatchback.
Ain’t gonna work.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

If the GOP ran the scary truck repair shop, when you came back to pick up your Kenworth 800, it would be the shape of the hotdog car, except a dildo instead of a chilli dog, rainbow colored, with the 800 number for planned Parenthood on one side and an anti racist slogan on the other, and running on underpowered batteries. “Now have a nice day and thank you for shopping GOP!”

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

So long as they re-did the interior in mauve velvet with good vibes underneath, and some Barry White albums spinnin’, I am okay with it because the ladies like that. I am RheetPublican.

/s/ Smoove Mo’ B

mmack
mmack
Reply to  DaBears
7 months ago

You should change your handle to DDaBears, for a Double Dose of Lovin’ for da Ladies. 😉

If dis trucks a’rockin, don’t bother knockin’ bruh.

DaBears
DaBears
Reply to  mmack
7 months ago

What I shall never change my name to is Cornelius Rye. Who would do that?!

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  DaBears
7 months ago

Jeb Bush, in thongs, will be waiting in the cabin, to make you really – REALLY – comfortable

Wkathman
Wkathman
7 months ago

From now on whenever the GOP comes to my attention, I will recall Glenn Beck begging Israel to grant him citizenship. Beck’s pitiful obsequiousness represents the standard Republican slavishness toward Israel taken to its logical extreme. I used to say, “It’s not the lesser of two evils; it’s the evil of two lessers.” But even that remark is misleading. The reality is that it’s merely the lesser of ONE evil. The two parties are virtually the same. They simply employ different rhetoric to fool different groups of voters/rubes. The scam of it all becomes more transparent with each passing day.… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Wkathman
7 months ago

Only Beck himself could exceed the cringe of his Cheetos bath, which is the most Republican thing ever.

Wkathman
Wkathman
Reply to  Wkathman
7 months ago

Correction: It’s really the evil of ONE lesser.

Hun
Hun
7 months ago

I noticed that in the Democrat primary polls, Biden is winning against everybody by a huge margin, but he is losing against Michelle Obama. Now that would be a great twist! Can anybody think of a bigger FU to White people than her being the president, while Trump impotently complains about yet another stolen election?
If the election were Trump vs M.Obama, who would the Republican party endorse?

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Hun
7 months ago

They say that because they have never heard her talk and she has Obama in her name. People don’t realize how unlikable Big Mike truly is. Outside of her sheer ugliness, her demeanor is more unpleasant than even Haley and she talks in this hectoring, angry tone all the time. She would do worse than Biden, who at least has a somewhat pleasant demeanor.

Hun
Hun
Reply to  Chet Rollins
7 months ago

Maybe. But consider this: Supporting a brave black trans-woman with a university degree in being black is a great way for people to show that they stand on the right side of history. How many will be able to resist?

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Chet Rollins
7 months ago

Biden’s 81 million votes seem like evidence that charisma and public speaking don’t matter anymore

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Hun
7 months ago

Michelle’s sullen, entitled scowl probably did more to awaken my racial consciousness than all of affirmative action combined.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  LineInTheSand
7 months ago

She’s a typical ghetto sheboon who just so happens to have a Princeton sheepskin. And a sheboon with that sort of diploma writes her own ticket.

Maxda
Maxda
7 months ago

Agree that nobody actually wants what the Republicans are selling. Most people don’t want what the Democrats are selling either.

The reports of districts in VA with 110% turnout in an off-year election show how the Dems make up for their unattractive message.

MBlanc46
MBlanc46
7 months ago

The sooner they’re gone, the better.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  MBlanc46
7 months ago

Yep. The real action will be when an all-white/mostly white political emerges from the ashes and is thwarted with every legal and extra-legal maneuver. That is coming and frauds animating the corpse of the Republican Party know the hell it will bring.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

eta: Hispanics also are likely to form an ethnic-centered party. They already have interest groups like La Raza so it will be a natural transition. That will be something to watch, too, and will be thwarted.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Jack Dobson
7 months ago

Jack: Cue cuckservatards here claiming they know lots of based mestizos and besides, they’re mostly White . . . not. Sorry, pet peeve of mine. Like everyone else, I’ve met one of this or that kind who can be polite and helpful all over the world, but I am not totally innumerate and I can distinguish between the fraction of a percent at the right-hand of the bell curve and the masses to his left.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  3g4me
7 months ago

Hispanics will vote for a Hispanics party. We won’t.

Brandon Laskow
Brandon Laskow
Reply to  Jack Dobson
7 months ago

I have the impression that the great majority of Hispanics just want to do their construction and lawn and nanny work, go out and party (Hispanic drunk driving is a real problem), be nominally Catholic, and just live the good life in and take as much advantage of America as it is.

The La Raza/Aztlan Mestizo racial nationalism and the desire to reclaim the American Southwest is a product of the universities and the usual lefty fronts going back 60 years or more. I doubt Jose replacing the roof down the street is much aware.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
7 months ago

I was at a pitch given by our local GOP statehouse rep in front of a small audience that could only be friendlier if she (yes) had handpicked her family to fill the seats. And even granting all that the only “meat” she could dispense was “as a Republican I agree with where you stand on social issues”.
“You tell ’em'”, I thought sarcastically.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
7 months ago

“as a Republican I agree with where you stand on social issues”

Girlboss couldn’t even say “I agree with you…” No, xhe had to modify that by adding “as a Republican.” Such sincerity brings hot tears to my cynical cheeks.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
7 months ago

I had to re-read what I wrote, but no that looks right; the most vague assurance that could possibly be given, with more backdoors than front doors.

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
7 months ago

To continue the Grift, the GOP and its cucks and camp followers need to have some credible possibility of taking power, or at least heavily influencing the system. So it’s a threshold issue. If the GOP falls short of this threshold, the Grift is in jeopardy and they become modern Whigs. It seems to me that we are rapidly approaching this threshold in terms of national politics. Only Trump can generate any energy. You would think the GOP insiders would recognize this existential threat. Maybe they do behind the scenes. Yes, I understand the “controlled opposition” stuff. But the Washington… Read more »

LineInTheSand
LineInTheSand
Reply to  Captain Willard
7 months ago

The TRS guys spun an interesting theory that the elites may allow Trump to win after all. * One of the highest priorities of our elites is the protection of Israel. * The Democrat party is showing signs that it may not be a dependable protector of Israel. * Trump is intensely philosemitic and would let Bibi commit genocide without complaining about it. Allowing Trump to pull off a surprise victory would also give the white working class a sense of a win and therefore keep the illusion of two parties going. Of course, even if the elites decided to… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  LineInTheSand
7 months ago

The TDS is too strong. If they were open to making deals with the BOM that furthered their own interests, there was ample opportunity to do so already.

TomA
TomA
7 months ago

Is it possible for the insanity to get any worse? Both political parties are Hell-bent on eliminating Trump from the presidential campaign and will ultimately assassinate him if the lawfare or primary shenanigans fails. And Dan Bongino is convinced that the MAGA voters will still show up at the polls after Trump’s demise. But what happens after the Big No Show on election day and Biden’s corpse is reelected? Does anyone really think that we can survive another 4 years of open borders, endless federal spending, and funding foreign wars of failed conquest? Of course not! The spring is winding… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  TomA
7 months ago

Maybe the winter will get really foggy yeah

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  TomA
7 months ago

The only people who can keep the Republican party afloat are the white working class, and they have given them less than nothing. The only reason they want Trump is to laugh as their enemies go bonkers. It’s over. These guys will never trust the Republicans again. I would argue the spring is not being wound, but is already broken. We saw the start of the great malaise yesterday, and it’s only going to get more pronounced as the entire nation becomes California. Whites will balkanize and conservative conclaves will find creative ways to survive outside the watch of a… Read more »

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
7 months ago

Back in the days when only white men of property could vote or serve in Government, this scam was harder to pull off…The constant dilution of the voting base with younger and female voters, with little stake in the country made this situation almost inevitable–slogans in the place of any substance, emotion over rationality…

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  pyrrhus
7 months ago

Something else that always needs to be noted is how the financial economy bred the worst class of oligarchs perhaps in the history of humanity (we’ll see). You show me a rich person today and I’ll show you a grifter whose only “contribution” to society was strip mining part of it to sell off.

Barnard
Barnard
7 months ago

In my observations of the younger (under 50) GOP candidates, they are true believers in a lot of what the GOPe crowd was selling. They think that Hispanics are natural conservatives and that anyone can become an American if they work hard and believe in the Constitution. It isn’t performative anger when they hear someone to their right talk about reality in relationship to immigration or race. Repeated failures the reach non white voters seem to have no impact on them and they blame all on their own supporters for driving them away with their racism. It is cult like,… Read more »

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Barnard
7 months ago

Based Black Guy #472 of Kentucky appears to have been sacrificed to facilitate the GOP’s post-election message: Look how racist our voters are. An uncountable number of long, literate (to a journalistic/chatbot level), point-by-point identical comments flooded the normie-con internet last evening, saying now that the MAGA men of the hills and hollers have proven so irredeemably racist they won’t even vote for THE ONLY CANDIDATE TRUMP ENDORSED (I don’t know if that’s true but they all said it), the party must immediately drop everything and condemn/purge itself of white trash losers. People who stare at election numbers hoping to… Read more »

Bulwark Fan
Bulwark Fan
7 months ago

I like your content but Trump is a bigger clown than conservative Inc. The guy pretends like he is for the working man yet lives the elite lifestyle at his various resorts. During the January 6th riots, Trump made fun of his supporters for looking low class. Trump does not associate with the dirt people.
Overall you are right about conservative Inc. Have of National Reviews website is stories on Isreal/ Hamas. The GOP and their candidates love Isreal, including the guy that moved the embassy to Jerusalem.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Bulwark Fan
7 months ago

True..but Trump is the protest candidate, and after he gets cheated out of the next election, he will have served his purpose of demonstrating that our “democracy” is totally fake…

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Bulwark Fan
7 months ago

Clownishness aside, Trump is the only Republican who can win a national election, hence he has to be destroyed.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Bulwark Fan
7 months ago

The only reason to vote for Trump at this point is to drive the radicals more crazy. It makes no difference anyway because Trump will never be allowed to take office.

heymrguda
heymrguda
7 months ago

Time once again to dust off bill Paxton’s famous line from the movie Aliens — “game over man — game over!” As the Z man says, the Republican Party is rapidly sliding into irrelevance, which the next “election” will clarify even further.
While I agree there’s little difference between dems and reps, I would posit that reps are more fiscally responsible.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  heymrguda
7 months ago

“While I agree there’s little difference between dems and reps, I would posit that reps are more fiscally responsible.”

Not really. Look at the debt and how much Wars 4-evah contributed to it. The GOP is fully onboard with those wars. The raison d’etre of the Republicans was to play the role of bad cop in the promotion of Forever Wars, but now that the Democrats are a fully owned subsidiary of the Military Industrial Complex even that is gone.

Moran ya Simba
Moran ya Simba
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

“Fiscally responsible??”
Oh sorry, I must’ve gotten the wrong universe

WillS
WillS
Reply to  Moran ya Simba
7 months ago

AKA…”What color is the sky on the planet you live on?”

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

They are no more fiscally responsible – they just spend on different things. But they all spend.

george 1
george 1
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

The Republicans at this point have two planks to their platform.

#1. Israel and Jews are the most important priorities in the universe.

#2. War!! Anywhere anytime. If it is for Israel, even better.

All of their other positions are corollaries of those.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  heymrguda
7 months ago

AINO has a sphincter factor of 9.8.

Valley Lurker
Valley Lurker
Reply to  heymrguda
7 months ago

You’re absolutely right, republicans are definitely more fiscally responsible, as shown by the hard line they’ve taken on funding Ukraine and Israel. They obviously are aware how much more debt and national despair it contributes to as well. Good call! /s

Robert
Robert
7 months ago

The other interesting thing is what will happen to the Democratic party in the future. They are coalition of people who don’t belong together. Black church ladies, transsexuals, muslims, jews, Latinos and Asians along with wimpy whites. We see their internal friction over the Israel issue. If the Republican party sinks then the internal squabbles among Democrats will get even stronger and may even threaten to bust that party up. I would mention for the future that the actual block of voters which is the largest and most cohesive, even if it’s a minority soon, will be whites. Once whites… Read more »

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Robert
7 months ago

“I would mention for the future that the actual block of voters which is the largest and most cohesive, even if it’s a minority soon, will be whites. Once whites get real leaders they may be stronger as a minority than they were as a weak-willed majority.” Yes. One of the primary reasons the fraud that is the GOP is maintained is to prevent white interests from being represented. The real friction will begin when such a party is formed from the ashes and every legal and extra-legal method and means is used to thwart it. My guess is ballot… Read more »

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Jack Dobson
7 months ago

Ja, such a party’s future would be filled with the same sort of active repression as that seen in Deutschland with the attempts to outright outlaw the Alternativ für Deutschland as a political party. While this may harden the attitudes of their voters, and embitter them as well, the question remains as to whether their outrage will be overmastered by the drive to tyranny. As the AfD is strongest in the former DDR (except as a protest vote in other areas), one wonders if momentum will be gained toward a functional secession, rather like the sorting going on in the… Read more »

Jannie
Jannie
Reply to  Robert
7 months ago

Democrats and the Left are fracturing in real time over Gaza.

Jack Dobson
Jack Dobson
Reply to  Jannie
7 months ago

Yep. One of the fringes, likely Hispanics, eventually also will attempt to form an ethnically based political party, and it will cause all hell.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Jannie
7 months ago

And in typical Clown World fashion, fracturing over something that is purely performative and has nothing to do with virtually any of them.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
7 months ago

All correct. But sometimes, problems can have several causes and will persist unless the other causes are addressed. Your last election was hijacked. In point of fact, our esteemed blog host is cheating, here: you can’t refuse to voat on account of election fraud – and then whine when your guy doesn’t get elected. It makes me want to scream. Edgy dissidents will casually blow off voting because some black baboon will only flip their vote. “My voat doesn’t matter,” they’ll quip, “so why bother?” You fools – if your legally cast vote doesn’t count – you have a HUGE… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

Ha. I did the same thing yesterday when I realized that it would election day. I did actually vote but just for the local town council. Anyway, I looked up the website of the Republican running for state senate in my area of Northern Virginia. Under the “issues,” it was just a collection of the usual bland GOP boilerplate. He did give a nod to “parental rights” but even that was down the list of he education points. Then, there was this listed as one of his big issues: “Solidarity and Equality Under the Law Solidarity with all, regardless of… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

Not that it matters, but the transgender/grooming madness appalls every demographic–whites are the most tolerant of it. Republican party officials ignore it because they generally agree with the Regime’s promotion of such perversion. Youngkin won almost solely on this issue and never will mention it again.

The GOP as an opposition party is too big of a fraud to maintain and it goes away this cycle.

Citizen of a Silly Country
Citizen of a Silly Country
Reply to  Jack Dodson
7 months ago

True. It’s not just a winning issue with whites. Everybody hates it. Again, what’s bizarre is that the GOP candidate sued the Loudoun County school board and fought hard against this insanity. Yet, I don’t recall him really focusing on it. Granted, I wasn’t exactly paying attention, but there were constant ads so I’d probably have noticed at some point. I seem to recall just the usual “parental rights” stuff. Sure, people understand what that means, but his opponent said the same boilerplate stuff. He could have forced her to defend the bizarre tranny stuff. Make her do it over… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

It tells us that the donors and party apparatus will not pay for advertising that argues against “transitioning” and grooming.

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

Out of curiosity, Citizen, how did you choose the candidates you supported? Granted you only voted for town council, but did you vote for people you know personally? Or the straight R ticket? Did you choose on the basis of platforms (and do you have any expectation of promises being kept)? Do you feeling voting has any value at all? Or did you go to the polls to exercise the right even though it’s futile? I’m not asking these in a provocative way—they’re honest questions. Obviously you have strong ideas about the status of the American system, and I was… Read more »

Bourbon
Bourbon
Reply to  ChrisZ
7 months ago

ChrisZ: ‘I acknowledged her glare by winking as I passed and saying, “Hey there, sweetheart.”’

You can also use, “Honey”.

“Honey” drives the Turbo-Karens insane with rage.

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

We had no offices up for election, only referendums on various things (mostly bond issues to spend more money). Of course, the referendums are worded in such a convoluted way you can’t even figure out what you are voting for (or against).

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Citizen of a Silly Country
7 months ago

Citizen: I haven’t checked VA state or specifically NoVa demographics of late, but even when I was last visiting there 20+ years ago, there were lots of east and south Asians as well as tons of mestizos. A former close friend who lived in Va – once a pretty-based lady – became an Obama acolyte even while expressing distaste over all the latinos. And it seems many shitibs have migrated from their Maryland homes to discover those evil notsee rayciss Whites are no longer so thick on the ground in Va. When I lived there during the ’80s, my sister… Read more »

Filthie
Filthie
Member
7 months ago

“Last night around 11:00 PM, the Big Scarey Truck Shoppe was struck by jewish lightning…”

FNC1A1
Member
7 months ago

The racket angle is correct. Conservative Inc.© discovered a long time ago that a certain number of people will reliably support them, especially when they are in the opposition. Milking these rubes for financial support is the raison d’etre of the racket. Actually getting into power can present a problem, but one easily circumvented with symbolic and largely ineffective actions.

Sortie la guillotine

Dinodoxy
Dinodoxy
7 months ago

There’s a type of con game at the core of American social organization. It’s that organizations have dual purposes and goals, and rely on subterfuge to deceive the majority of their participant. In media, it was that the customers were the consumers of the media. The reality was that the advertisers were the real customers and the consumer were the product being sold. The financial success of those entities depended on thst deception – and public ignorance. That model was the. picked up by tech companies pushing more than “news” and selling their consumers in nee ways. Its also the… Read more »

Alzaebo
Alzaebo
Reply to  Dinodoxy
7 months ago

True- the RNC and DNC are corporations. Fleecing the retiring Boomers has been a terrific gig.

Who is on the board of directors?
What is their actual business model- access, patronage, matchmaking?

I certainly appreciate the Zman returning his magnifying glass onto our own Cloud this week. The 3 C’s apply to our greatest problem: enemies domestic.