The Revelatory State

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Political science claims to have sorted the various types of political systems that have existed and could exist in the world. As a practical matter this means reducing Aristotle’s list of regimes down to “our democracy” and “fascism.” What is called “our democracy” looks nothing like democracy and it has long ago lost its liberalism. As Paul Gottfried noted many years ago, we now live in post-liberal societies. The trouble is, we lack a label that seems to fit what we are seeing.

The reason we lack a label is our socio-political system is amazingly good at disguising itself by shifting focus away from how it acts onto something else. Every month brings the official celebration of some designated victim group. There are many remembrance days for bad things that may or may not have happened. Of course, there is the perpetual foreign bogeyman who threatens our democracy. Russia is currently the bogeyman, but China is warming in the bullpen.

One way of thinking about our socio-political system is to imagine a Protestant minister who had a vision of some sort. Maybe he got a glimpse of a dreadful future or perhaps a new path to enlightenment. He then sets about telling everyone he can find about his vision and what he thinks it means. Of course, he just assumes his vision requires him to tell the world about that vision and what it means. No one ever has a vision that requires them to keep quiet about it.

Now, imagine hundreds of such people working in the institutions having hundreds of these visions. Instead of one eccentric minister claiming to have received a message from God, it is hundreds of mediocrities working in offices around the country claiming to have found some new bogeyman or maybe some new path to the assumed end point of human existence. Every day is spent hashing out these visions in the marketplace of visions and visionaries.

This sounds a bit wacky but consider the fact that it is rare to see a product sold on its features and benefits. Even the most mundane products are sold based on their alleged benefit to some cause or your moral benefit. No event is just presented as it is, but instead it is cast as part of a morality tale. A person cannot simply be famous for something like kicking a ball around or singing a song. Instead, he must claim that his fame is in service to a cause.

In all of this is the turmoil of competing revelations. June is now called “pride month” for things that up until recently did not exist. There have always been male and female homosexuals, of course, but their private acts were kept private. The concept of “coming out” is a novelty that brings with it normative claims. Somewhere, someone had a vision that said the path to the promised land is through elevating this tiny minority to the top of the social order.

The market for visions and visionaries is like all other markets, so it did not take long before imitators were on the scene. Lesbian and gay, the L and G of the now famous initialism has been joined by Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer/Questioning, Asexual and other, which gets the plus sign for some reason. It turns out that the commodification of sexual deviance has its limits. The next guy or gal with a sexual vision will be stuck with the plus sign.

While much of this stuff seems novel, and much of it is recently invented, the practice of inventing new normative claims is not new. We see it with the various alien bogeymen conjured over the last three decades. The Muslims could not be left to be Muslims in their own lands. They had to submit to this thing called liberal democracy, a thing that does not exist, but when it did exist, it prohibited the imposition of alien socio-political forms on people who rejected them.

Think back to the Bush years and the crusades against the Muslims sounded like Protestant ministers talking about converting the savages. As if my magic, everyone in Washington got it into their heads that the world was at risk unless the Muslims accepted liberal democracy. Put another way, someone, or a group of someone’s, had this revelation and convinced the rest that it was true. Those who did not accept it as a revelation were packed off to the outer darkness.

We now hear the same sorts of sermons about the Russians, except this time the doubters are accused of cavorting with Old Scratch. Suddenly, all the best people are filled with righteous anger at Russia and determined to defeat this enemy in a holy crusade called Project Ukraine. Next up is China, a country all of these people admired until they started having visions about China doing bad things. The gods have spoken and now it is time to act.

The origin of this crusader mindset can be dated to the abolitionist movement when all of a sudden, northern Protestants decided that slavery was a sin, even though Scripture seems to be fine with slavery. Not only was slavery a sin, but the slaver was an irredeemable sinner, and he must be destroyed. Why all of a sudden did masses of people have this shared vision? No one knows because no one asks, just as no one asks why all the best people now say “Keev.”

That is the other feature of the revelation state. Once the vision finds a market, no one bothers to question it. In the revelation state, novel moral claims go from inconceivably strange to irrefutably true in the blink of an eye. Homosexual marriage is the best example of how a joke became holy writ overnight. No one ever asked how this happened as to do so could suggest it does not belong in the catechism, which is a good way to get hurled into the void.

That is another feature of our socio-political system. It demands total, unconditional submission to its moral claims. It is never enough to agree on most things or be indifferent to some things. You are either one hundred percent in tune with the prevailing morality or you face annihilation. The sinners are forced to confess their sins, but always face punishment, no matter how much they grovel. Absolution is arbitrary, but confession is mandatory.

This revelatory aspect of the American ruling class does not explain everything, but it is one aspect of the system. The socio-political system that emerged after Gettysburg was built on the pre-ideological fanaticism that animated abolitionism. In time it seems to have become an ideology all its own. For most of the 20th century it was held in check by practical necessity, but now it has been unleashed and the result is decades of increasingly deranged revelations.

What we may be seeing is the end of a long sociological arc that began in the 19th century with the Great Awakening. Lots of pundits have compared the present to past Protestant fervors, but they snicker in their sleeve and move on. Instead, what we may be witnessing is not echoes of the past but the final end point of a trend that started in that period, mutated along the way into the final virus we see today. The revelatory state may be the logical end point of the Great Awakening.


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Wolf Barney
Wolf Barney
15 days ago

The Global American Empire doesn’t seem to like Muslims being Muslim in Muslim countries, but love and fully support being Muslim in White countries.

Hokkoda
Member
Reply to  Wolf Barney
15 days ago

They very quickly morphed from “fight them there, so we don’t have to fight them here” to “collapse their civilizations there, and invite them here”.

Madness.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Wolf Barney
15 days ago

But the dirt here is magic unlike the dirt there. By standing in Texas rather than a desert in the Middle East they’re now better and accepted people.

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Tired Citizen
15 days ago

To tie it in with a meme from the Covid years, “that young girl’s honor killing would have been so much worse if it had happened in East Camelstan!”

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Tired Citizen
15 days ago

Ahh Brother the Dissident Right is just as bad with their magic dirt so it seems like everyone has it to some extent…

pie
pie
Reply to  Wolf Barney
15 days ago

dnc = democratic national cult

TWS
TWS
15 days ago

We have accepted sketchy elections for so long we no longer believe in honest elections.

We accept a weaponized legal system, Kafka like taxes and bureaucracy, and adversarial government at all levels.

Colonial America would have grabbed muskets or at least tar and feathers. Now we’re so fractured we can’t trust our neighbors to have our back. Indeed, there’s a good chance our neighbor is an alien and likely hostile.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  TWS
15 days ago

During Covid I learned that I could not trust two friends of nearly 40 years. I’ve not been the same person since.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

Covid had the same effect on me. It revealed close friends as feminized cowards and society writ large as totalitarian yet dysfunctional at the same time.. In turn, a vicious but also incompetent government was emboldened. Covid likely was a Regime psy op that yielded the desired results from which the government concluded it could do anything despite its dysfunction and incompetence, which of course has led to crisis and soon to systemic failure. It is simultaneously terrifying and interesting to watch.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

I tend to have a slightly rosier take in that they wanted much, much more, but were unable to get it. For instance they really wanted to push the vax down the whole DoD supplier chain but got stuffed in just trying to get the “primes” to get their people to submit. It showed there is a real limit to what they can do, and that, actually, that’s the kind of tolerance that recedes rather than expands as it’s stuff that a lot of people will only let them get away with once.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Evil Sandmich
15 days ago

I would hope that’s true but fear it’s not. They likely will do a repackaging of the same concept sans the medical aspect. I did see green shoots in how a sizeable percent of people and geographical areas would not comply but will that hold up with repackaging? Dunno.

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

ES-

Your perspective is within the realm of possibility.

Again, at this point in 2020 the Beer Flu hoax was in full swing. The attempt to restart that, as well as substitute Bird Flu haven’t even come close to what was happening in 2020.

Summer of Love ’24 has also been a failure versus 2020 when we were a couple weeks into the Floyd op.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

COVID made me realize that most people want to be ruled. They want a strongman in charge to tell them what to do. They get told what to do, they do it, they don’t think, and they are happy. It doesn’t even matter how draconian, overbearing, or, dare I say it, “un-American” it is, as long as they consent to that person ruling over them. I am not even going to say I am any better. My ancestors spent thousands of years being ruled over. I tend to think the monarchy is the natural organizing state of human civilization. The… Read more »

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Tars Tarkas
Member
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

This is because almost nobody will impose a cost on the borg. Say what you will about leftists, but they always and always have imposed costs on things they didn’t/don’t like. Had Biden not been installed in early 21, it is likely that vaccine passports, if they had been implemented at all, would have met fierce resistance by the leftists. This probably would have been via rioting. Since our side is not prone to rioting, a different approach would have to be done. Like we could judge shop just like they do and then hold things up in court. But… Read more »

Zorro, the Lesser "Z" Man
Zorro, the Lesser "Z" Man
Reply to  Tars Tarkas
15 days ago

@Tars – Leftists also have the most important ingredient: unlimited funding from NGO’s, pumped full of Federal Reserve notes. NONE of the crap they are pulling could have happened without the unlimited lube of cash greasing their organizations.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

Maybe I have good instincts but I immediately saw the “lab leak vs no lab leak” to be some kind of limited hangout.

Whenever a conspiracy seems to be seeded, I always feel that the truth is actually far worse.

I know I sound like Alex j but I think us intel had a lab in China that intentionally released a virus to either genocide Chinese people or to frame China.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Krustykurmudgeon
15 days ago

And I was reading that they have now weaponized something by adding eb0la and whatever the result is has a 90% kill rate.

Mycale
Mycale
Reply to  Krustykurmudgeon
15 days ago

Considering the other country that got hit with COVID hard right away was Iran – a fact that has been totally wiped from the narrative of the virus – I don’t even think it is a question that this was a planned and engineered CIA op, with help from our greatest ally of course.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

Forcing everyone to wear a face diaper will prove a lot easier than getting blacks to write software or design planes.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

Damn Covid brought more good people into my life than having to jettison bad ones…I guess where you live and who you hang around with determines quite a bit how your life will go when a crisis hits…

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

My wife and I are now estranged from most of my maternal family.

And I’m not the same either. My misanthropy quotient, which hovered around 65 in 2019, is now in the neighborhood of 90.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

I can relate to this.

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Mine’s about 110.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Yeah, I tend to attend family events and sit in the corner. There’s really not much to talk about. The women of course talk about nothing of import quite easily. I like to think I’m brought along as “eye candy”. 🙂

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

Of that there can be no doubt! All DR men make Cary Grant look like Miles Davis.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

The ultimate revelation cum nuking of the Seventh Seal is that ya can’t trust yer womenfolk around Miles Davis even if Carry Grant is in the room. Especially the ‘Good Ones’.

Larval
Larval
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

I get this — on my part I am not estranged as that takes more energy than these folks are worth on my part. Frankly, they have been revealed to be so solipsistic, childlike that there really is no effort required to remain neutral’ or ‘gray’ if you will.

A better term for me would be “bored” as in bored shitless. Was ‘man’ really made to age into becoming paunchy, compliant, and medicated? Like ‘Flounder’, but without the fun parts.

3g4me
3g4me
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

My husband and I are not estranged from any of his family, although we all choose to keep a courteous and healthy distance. By my choice, we have had minimal contact with any of my family for many years. But we really don’t know many other people who can be rational about whether extended family is a positive or a negative in their lives. People feel obligated (often by their parents since childhood) and will wreck their own lives and marriages out of presumed ‘duty’ to siblings and cousins. We’ve both seen it countless times with friends and acquaintances. Fortunately… Read more »

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  TWS
15 days ago

When things get hairy, the government has to go in with an absurd amount of force to feel safe. No one is going to do anything to defend our government if it entails any personal risk.
In turn, the people are showing less and less willingness to comply with their government
This means more and more resources need to be spent for compliance by a bureaucracy that is becoming more and unwilling to take decisive action.
It’s a slow quiet quitting where, slowly, things just stop happening.

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  TWS
15 days ago

It is sad that some old friends and even family members can no longer be counted on. We all do the dance now of making new friends and trying to figure out where they stand and if they are dependable.

I believe it will be collapse first, then guns, tar, and feathers.

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

Fully agree with your first point – and it is a sad commentary.
Also agree with the second point – but not sure about the order in which you ordered them.

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

@Maxda This also ties into how a “return to the office” never really panned out. The CTO of my large company tried to convince employees that we were all going to return to the office and things will go back to “normal”. It never happened. The one or 2 times I went into an office before my company decided to ditch it was “uncomfortable” at best. I work in tech so it is over run with leftist shitlibs. It was a very awkward dance between people who were attempting to discern if you were a mask wearer, did you vote… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tired Citizen
15 days ago

You’d need to find a better office. They’re out there. Not that any of them are likely to be terrific, but some are at least bearable.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Just Say No to The Office😉

Owlman
Owlman
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

It is sad that some old friends and even family members can no longer be counted on.”

Dunno, being honest they NEVER could be. Unless I donned my rose colored lenses… and even then. Let’s just say they went from unreliable to useless and laughable, one booster at a time.

Maybe there is a brain worm at work? It seems some of my relatives are regressing.

Lineman
Lineman
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

Better though to find that out now than when your life is at stake later…

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
15 days ago

The country has always been split between the independent “Don’t Tread on Me” types and the hyper-conformist fanatics. For a while, this was fine, as there was plenty of space for independent people to stretch their legs by expanding to the frontier. The moralizing classes simply didn’t have the technology to force everyone to conform to their worldview in such a vast area. The increasing complexity of technology has allowed the busybodies to gain the upper hand, to the point where they have near total cultural and economic hegemony, and it’s showing no signs of stopping. Just look at Mexico’s… Read more »

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

A Sheinbaum ruling Mexico…

I don’t even know what to say.

Apex Predator
Apex Predator
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Me either, but I’m hoping some very clever & talented edgelord does a parody of Santana’s classic “Oye Como Va”. Let’s call it instead, “Oy Vey! Como Va”. I mean it is low hanging fruit, ripe for the picking, I won’t even claim royalties. 😉

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7ATTjg7tpE

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Apex Predator
15 days ago

Extra credit if said edgelord able to shoehorn Black Magic Woman into the mix.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  stranger in a strange land
15 days ago

Written by (((peter greenbaum)))

Ivan
Ivan
Reply to  Apex Predator
15 days ago

“Oy vey como va”

Priceless

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Apex Predator
15 days ago

I spose the Messkins will be experiencing her evil ways here directly…

Ivan
Ivan
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Perhaps similar to evil experienced in USA upon electing a queer kenyan.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Apex Predator
15 days ago

Can you imagine it with a dusting of Klezmer? Must stop with these illegal thoughts.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Zaphod
15 days ago

Little known musical factoid: Santana used to earn extra pocket change in the mid-60s playing the clarinet at bar mitzvah’s in Brooklyn…

The Wild Geese Howard
The Wild Geese Howard
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

RIP Mexico.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  The Wild Geese Howard
15 days ago

She’ll soon be seen kissing the Wailing Wall and hobnobbing with Bibi….

manc
manc
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

“Hello, fellow Mexican people!”

Nick Note's Mugshot
Nick Note's Mugshot
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

The only thing that I know for sure is that Mexico’s facilitation of illegal immigration to the USA will increase exponentially (yes it is possible) with Ms. Sheinbaum.

Chet Rollins
Chet Rollins
Reply to  Nick Note's Mugshot
15 days ago

All while we’re being subjected to her constant moralizing and finger-waving. We will root for the cartels by the end of it.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Chet Rollins
15 days ago

I’m beating the Christmas rush and rooting for them right now.

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  Nick Note's Mugshot
15 days ago

This was, indeed, my first thought. The total erosion of our border redounds to the benefit of the cartels, so she will get no flack from them, rather the opposite.

I always thought that AG Holder’s gun running scheme was a way of communicating to the cartels, “Hey, we can do business”, and not at all a law enforcement strategy. Still think that.

pyrrhus
pyrrhus
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Yes…And I’m sure that Mexicans, a Patriarchal society, has a long tradition of voting to put women in positions of power…Oh wait, they have NEVER put women in positions of power…It’s just another color revolution organized by the usual suspects, no doubt with massive bribes to the Cartels….

Xman
Xman
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Well, the Sheins and the -baums rule the United States, so… Mexico should be an easy coup for them.

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

I hear you, Ostei. Did people say “Mazel Tov” or “Felicidades” as they threw their hats up in the air?

And don’t get me started on the hats themselves! Can you imagine the mutant offspring of a sombrero and yarmulke?!

JerseyJeffersonian
JerseyJeffersonian
Reply to  ChrisZ
15 days ago

A tiny little attachment point at the crown of the head linked to a very wide brim, great for men with bald heads under that strong Mexican sunshine.

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  JerseyJeffersonian
15 days ago

Featured in the cover of the J. Peterman catalogue.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  ChrisZ
15 days ago

Kippah kippah ki yay, caballero! Git them knishes a-toastin’, Cookie.

Zaphod
Zaphod
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Try ¡Oy, caramba! for size.

ChrisZ
ChrisZ
Reply to  Zaphod
15 days ago

That’s a keeper.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Zaphod
15 days ago

Speedy Goldberg and Slow Poke Rubinstein–Mexico’s new cartoon heroes.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

If you look at what’s going on in Atlanta, you can see the next few decades coming into focus, everywhere in the US. Whites spiritually gave up on this country in the 1970s and spent 50 years sending everything of value abroad. Now things will begin to break — big things, like water, as in Jackson MS and Flint MI. Nothing can stop this, as we are dealing with physical laws here. It’s like we’ve been living in a comic book. Nobody has to pay attention to basic things. We’ve transcended that state; we can dwell in ideology and conceptual… Read more »

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

I’m unfamiliar with the latest mishaps in Atlanta but it is a good example. It took half a century of black/Jewish rule before the city, once a shining example of what white culture produces, reached its predictable final and dysfunctional stop. The rest of the country and the west generally are just a few steps behind.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jack Dodson
15 days ago

I’m also unfamiliar with goings on in Atlanta, but can well imagine. Atlanta is, what, 60 percent negro? No city with that demographic marker can long stave off rampant dysfunction of every stripe. As Metcalf said, it’s a physical law. Myriad other cities will follow suit in the coming years.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Check out the relatively recent I-85 ovrrpass fire and its immediate aftermath. It probably hasn’t gotten better. They may have invented peanut butter–dunno– but that episode let alone the millions since offsets it.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Last i read so years ago, Atlanta was a city where all government jobs were in the hands of Blacks—Whites having fled to the “burbs”. The article was along the lines of illustrating/explaining that the government was the primary sponsor of a Black Middle Class, how the government was completely filled its ability to supply any more patronage jobs, and things were beginning to decline.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

Let the implosion be a particularly humiliating and nasty one…

Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
Member
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

Atlanta is a dystopian, crime-riddled, black-run hellhole that is kept afloat by the taxes robbed from the shit-libs in Buckhead who were prevented from leaving the city and forming their own. Other than sodomites and weirdo shitlibs, the city is nearly 47% black, which is past the tipping point. The black population has gone down in recent years because the ones who can afford to leave have decamped, like the whites, for the suburbs. What they don’t realize is that they’re simply bringing their dysfunction out to the ‘burbs. My family lived in the ATL burbs for more than 20… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
15 days ago

We can only hope the Blue Ridge never becomes the Black Ridge.

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Dr_Mantis_Toboggan_MD
15 days ago

Lived in Cherokee County / worked downtown in the 90’s and early 2000’s. It was almost rural 30 yrs ago – just another burb now. We decamped to upstate SC in 2006. Travel back to the ATL on business routinely – it is as you say. The news always the same – mayhem caused by the usual suspects, or infrastructure breakdown – the most recent being the water main break and concurrent state of emergency. The boil water order is concentrated on the heavily vibrant south side – so the broken pipe is racist, and just because…and since it’s pride… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  stranger in a strange land
15 days ago

Poke yer pipe into the wrong orifice and it’s bound to get corroded and break…

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
15 days ago

The trouble is, we lack a label that seems to fit what we are seeing. Don’t know about that one, Z Man. I mean, I’m not the sharpest tool in the drawer, but Leftist Tyranny is one label I always use – because it is. If I want to make the sword a bit sharper, I may use Anti-White Tyranny or Godless Tyranny. They’re short and simple; that said, there is always the chance that a listener doesn’t know what a ‘Leftist’ is, but you can’t win them all. I have absolutely no doubt that the rejection of God, as… Read more »

Alzaebo
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

It sounds like a Happy Stoicism. A positive “in the world, not of the world.”

Happy and grateful for the day and for the small things; not resigned, not bitter, nor afraid of distant things. Still looking forward to life happening.

I rather like “I’ve had positive remarks about the way I carry myself, and how happy my kids are, which I’m truly grateful to have received. Start as we mean to go on,” ever mindful.

I just wanted to say thanks. That was a nice way to start a Monday.

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OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Alzaebo
15 days ago

Alzaebo,

Thanks for the kind words.

The World is in a fallen state. But it’s been rotten for far longer in times far, far before ours. I’m under no illusions about the horrendous evil being perpetrated by Western Governments, but there are many, many positive things a person can do, at least from their own perspective.

Plus the most important thing: nothing regarding our future is at this point set in stone. Nothing.

Happy Monday to you, Sir.

Mr. Generic
Mr. Generic
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

If I want to make the sword a bit sharper, I may use Anti-White Tyranny or Godless Tyranny.

The trouble with those labels is that eventually you come to the point where you have to ask yourself, “well, who are the people who hate both white people and God?”, and at that point you get de-platformed from everywhere for noticing.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I call it postmodern fascism. I recently explained why, so not much reason to do so again.

Alzaebo
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

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Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

“Gay Race Communism” is OK/good enough.

Unless you meant a label that won’t get you put on a list. If that exists I’m not aware of it.

Xman
Xman
15 days ago

I am truly at a loss to explain how homosexuality became the highest, noblest, purest, and holiest sacrament of our Official State Religion, to the point where military officers, U.S. Ambassadors, corporate CEOs, politicians and media figures all have to profess public adulation for man-on-man anal intercourse. I am old enough to remember when kids screamed “Fag!” at each other on the playground as they were punching the hell out of each other. “You fem!” was another schoolyard insult. I am also old enough to remember when “liberals” sneered contemptuously at Christian Bible-thumping rubes who believed in creationism, insisting that… Read more »

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Reply to  Xman
15 days ago

“I am truly at a loss to explain how homosexuality became the highest, noblest, purest, and holiest sacrament of our Official State Religion….” Mankind is ruled over, physically and mentally, by Luciferean cults working to build Satan’s kingdom here on earth. People are generally stupid and utterly bovine. They will accept any outrage, absolutely anything, if it comes from an “expert” or someone on the TV. When you tie these things together you get Anus Worship and all the rest of it. We have always been at war with Eurasia, comrade, and 2+2=5. It is not enough that you obey… Read more »

Pozymandias
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
15 days ago

I think you may be noticing some of the same stuff I did in my post above yours. You can identify the source of the problem as the working of Luciferean cults or call it a network of NGOs and think tanks. The end result tends to look the same.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Pozymandias
15 days ago

I saw a movie where Satan was a lawyer, as a means of access

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Xman
15 days ago

A book titled Strange New World by Carl Trueman provides a good explanation.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
Reply to  Xman
15 days ago

Anyone surprised the zulock thing hasnt gone to trial yet? The reason I bring it up is that I see it as a teachable moment that gays have issues and they need to self police.

My guess is that the prosecution doesn’t want the kids testifying (b/c they don’t want them reliving it) and maybe doesn’t want the case to go to trial b/c there might be more crazy stuff that gets revealed.

Don’t be surprised if there’s a plea deal where they do 40 years instead of a life sentence

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Xman
15 days ago

Worship of sexual deviance is neither genocratic nor phenocratic. Thus, when naturalistic explanations cut no ice, one must fall back upon the supernatural. Satan, in other words, may well have a paw in all this.

Pozymandias
Reply to  Xman
15 days ago

The best explanation that avoids recourse to the supernatural is that the unleashing of female sexuality led to a great number of women spending their youth chasing Chad Thundercock. This meant that a sizeable number of men would never even get close to “qualifying” for women’s newly expanded minimum standards of wealth, charisma, and physique. I realize that this is a “pressure relief” theory of homosexuality and that current dogma states that gays are “born that way”. However, thousands of years of experience in wars and prisons (and of course the English public schools), suggests that something like this is… Read more »

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  Pozymandias
15 days ago

Prison Planet Unexpectedly Gay

Also, male homosexuality is largely a product of child rape, which our rulers do enjoy—and women are deeply impressed by.

General Giap
General Giap
Reply to  Pozymandias
15 days ago

Why did the global AIDS epidemic begin in America?
Why are Americans,to this day, more prone to having AIDS?
Why are Americans so attracted to bumsex?

I just don’t know.

Mycale
Mycale
15 days ago

I still remember, a month or two after 9/11, seeing a “Welcome Ramadan” sign out in public. I had no idea what Ramadan was. I had never heard of it. Muslims just weren’t a thing in the United States before then. Of course, they existed, but as a very tiny minority of people that were in major cities and pretty well integrated in public life. Nobody really thought about or cared about Muslims or the religion. Then, after 9/11 and Dubya’s wars of choice, they started flooding the country and setting up ethnic enclaves where they are absolutely not assimilated.… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Mycale
15 days ago

I wonder to what extent inculcating worship of the perverse and diverse in the Muzz has succeeded. The Messkins have proved fairly resistant to the propaganda. Maybe the Muzz are, too.

Member
15 days ago

Lesbian and gay, the L and G

“Gay” has never been used as solely specific to men. Lots of women describe themselves as “gay.” So isn’t the L entirely redundant?

Anyway, I don’t really care what we call them so long as we start persecuting them again.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

You hint at the conundrum all these Leftists eventually run into—their own contradictions.

We most always spoke in the distant past of Homosexuals in reference to males, and for females we used the term Lesbian. However, now that the Left claims there is no such thing as biological sex differences, the term Gay is the appropriate moniker. Lesbian is sexist and should not be used. 😉

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

Would they object to dyke or bulldagger?

Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

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Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Those are “their” words, like n*gg*r (sigh. moderation.). Dykes call each other dykes all the time, but you are not allowed to. Queer used to be that way, but it has mostly come into common use. All it means is “not normal,” because they definitely don’t want to be normal. You can call yourself queer even if you are a woman who only has sex with men, or a man who only has sex with women, because it sprinkles a bit of rebellious cachet on your otherwise hideously normal practices. You just have to pretend that you think about having… Read more »

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Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Vizzini, I gave you an up vote, but really wish I had never read your post—head is still spinning. 🙁

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

I had a niece who was “bi”. Then she got married and had a kid and we never heard any more about it LOL.

Geo. Orwell
Geo. Orwell
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

It’s all so tiresome. Local TV news spends ten minutes each day gushing over the “Pride” parades as if faggotry were some exciting new miniseries or irresistible novel flavor of curry. At no point do we ever hear about Pride’s staggering levels of promiscuity, drug use, sexual disease, pedophilia… what horrible lives they lead compared to the boring straights. If you have any of these beautiful acronym people in your family, you probably already know how broken they are… even in a society that bends over backwards to accommodate and praise the love that dare not speak its name won’t… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Geo. Orwell
15 days ago

Your mental health will improve if you stop paying attention to the “news” of any sort. You’ll also become better informed…

Jack Boniface
Jack Boniface
Member
15 days ago

Mencken had it right: It’s too bad Plymouth Rock didn’t land on the Puritans.

Maniac
Maniac
15 days ago

Alas, the good ol’ days when faggotry was classified as a mental disorder.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Maniac
15 days ago

Which, of course, it is.

Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
15 days ago

If the various pathologies infesting the body politic were the result of some kind of revelatory impulse at the foot soldier level, we wouldn’t expect foreign nations to be imposing the same pathologies. If Covid lock downs and Anus Worship and tranny flags and White soopreemacy were all the bugbears of zealots at the lower-to-middle level management level, how can we explain their prevalence across every single nation of what used to be the White world? I am often confused when I encounter a point of view which takes for granted that all the consent engineering, all the government fiats,… Read more »

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
15 days ago

It appears inescapable to me that everything we see — every movement, every cause, every decision– is imposed from the top down by central authority.

Yes. And that central authority is Satanic in it’s nature.

The idea that the exceptionally powerful and wealthy would not try to influence things as it sees fit is daft. The idea that these people are interested in the ‘good of the people’, is equally as farcical.

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
15 days ago

Sort of like how the entirety of the “western” world (save Sweden) imposed the same plandemic measures, at the same time. Somebody gave an order. And the swing state counting stopped at the same time. Curious.

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
15 days ago

Assuming Satan didn’t implant the orders in the minds of the rulers, is there a particular person or persons you’d nominate as most likely to be giving the orders?

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

No doubt someone will come along and tell me how he’s nothing, the big players are above him etc., and they’re probably right, but I’m convinced that The Precious is at least a choke point

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Stephen Dowling Botts, Dec'd
14 days ago

Some Gerrie jack wagon did once. And they WW II’d him.

Captain Willard
Captain Willard
15 days ago

The interesting aspect of all this is that the new Movement is Global, whereas our prior manias were confined to the US. Through our cultural hegemony, we will make sure every truck stop and remote village is safe for the alphabet/rainbow.

The irony is that our Elites demand to control the realm of ideas while the realm of Dirt collapses under the weight of DEI, neglect, incompetence and debt.

Member
Reply to  Captain Willard
15 days ago

I think the impulse for the “Movement” as you term it, has been explicitly global ever since the surrender at Appomattox. As soon as the Yankee abolitionists had wrecked the South and freed their first, most beloved mania, they immediately sought to meddle in the rest of the world, sending the Protestant missionaries to China and determining that Mexico, the Caribbean and Central/South America needed some “freedom”. We took up the White Man’s Burden from Cuba to the Philippines. Then Wilson screamed that America needed to “make the world safe for Democracy” in the next generation, and Wheels Roosevelt cranked… Read more »

Drive-By Shooter
Drive-By Shooter
Reply to  Pickle Rick
15 days ago

The second word of e pluribus unum is inflected from a comparative, plus. The word means ‘more’. If you wanted to say ‘out of more and more, one’, you would start with plusplusque, inflect it in a predictable way, then stick it between e and unum.


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Captain Willard
Captain Willard
Reply to  Pickle Rick
15 days ago

Great points. I always thought about these efforts you cite as more Imperial than cultural. But you’re making me rethink. Thanks Rick.

Member
Reply to  Captain Willard
15 days ago

Word up, yo! I diligently strive to increase cogitation. Incidentally, it isn’t just our beloved domestic Bagels who applied that mania to Russia in that same time frame, when it was Russian. The Yankee Protestant elites hated Russia and Russians almost as viscerally from the 1880s and 1890s, long before the Kagans, Kissingers, Morgenthaus and their multitudinous cousins slithered into the corridors of power in the mid 20th century. Sweaty Teddy Roosevelt did everything he could to be as ostentatiously pro Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 in a way that has echoes in the slobbering over Our Second… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Pickle Rick
15 days ago

You may be onto something. The Cold War is generally reckoned to have begun immediately after WWII. However, the truth of the matter is America adopted a hostile pose–perhaps at least partially justified–against Russia directly the Bolsheviks took control. I’d always assumed Marxism was the casus belli. However, I suppose Russophobia may have been a gravamen. The question is, why did American rulers hate Russia even before it became a Marxist state?

KGB
KGB
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Hell, we briefly sent troops to Arkhangelsk and vicinity immediately after WWI.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  KGB
15 days ago

Yes, we placed US troops on Russian soil to aid the Whites and Greens against the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War. Incidentally, that was the last time America supported whites of any kind…

Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Pick a reason. Imperial Russia wasn’t Anglo-American, Protestant, Western, Progressive, modern, or anything that the American political and cultural elites prided themselves on being. Sound familiar? Russia, to them, was literally an alien land full of medieval, barely Christian Slav barbarians where serfdom, famines and bloody revolts staggered along under a despotic monarchy. And they once had a foothold in North America, and always represented a threatening presence in the new frontier of the Western Pacific after 1868, exactly where Gilded Age America wanted to swing around their newfound power. They had a different alphabet, a different calendar, and the… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Pickle Rick
15 days ago

Better than St. Louis, anyway…

Member
15 days ago

Really, “fascist” in the original Italian sense isn’t all that bad a description for most modern Western governments. But it is literally unthinkable for them to acknowledge that they are fascists, because fascist means “bad,” and they are “good,” so all meaning had to be drained from all political labels lest people notice how we are being governed.

Hemid
Hemid
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

What most separates current_regime from fascism is that our system has no leftist intellectual heritage. There’s no “workers’ determination” (or even voters’ determination) of anything. The worker/citizen is bound to/by industry and state, but they’re wholly free of him.

Workerist rhetoric does pop up in weird places—the US military internally described the Canadian trucker protest as “anti-worker” terrorism (really)—but the purge of economic leftism from everything, even actual existing communism, has been remarkably total.

Those Marxist nazis!

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Hemid
15 days ago

…our system has no leftist intellectual heritage.

Two problems — there is no such thing as “leftist intellectual” anything. And our current system lacks intellectualism of any kind.

You make the mistake of confusing/conflating national and international socialism. Fascism is about blood and soil.

Like the DR, fascism was never about the welfare of any individual Italian or German, but rather about what was good for them as a people. DR is an ideology fully as much as any other system which sets out to tell people how they should construct their society, i.e., no nogs, chinks, pajeets, etc.

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Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

True. Although I would argue we should not respect the Left’s corruption of language and instead proceed with speaking, thinking and writing in correct and accurate fashion. We’re in a ghetto anyway. Might as well be a ghetto where communication and linguistic usage is nomothetic rather than anarchical.

Maxda
Maxda
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Fascism – whether German, Italian, or Spanish – was always about doing what was best for that specific country’s dominant race and culture. So it will always be bad in the eyes of Western governments because their aim is to do what is worst for the Germans, Italians, Spaniards, and white Americans.

Evil Sandmich
Evil Sandmich
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

that specific country’s dominant race and culture

And who would that be?

Drive-By Shooter
Drive-By Shooter
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

Spain wasn’t Fascist, and Italian Fascism seethed with militarist pugnacity—which is never about doing what’s right for the nation’s people. Relevant slogans included… • La guerra è per l’uomo come la maternità è per la donna and • Se avanzo, seguitemi; se indietreggio, uccidetemi; se muoio, vendicatemi. There’s also that famous Fascist slogan which can be used without modification by any Marxist fanatic, too. Mussolini was one of these before he had the bright idea to take a shortcut to power, one requiring no proletarian uprising. He retained his totalitarianism, though, as you can see plainly: • Tutto nello Stato,… Read more »

Zfan
Zfan
Reply to  Drive-By Shooter
15 days ago

Thanks for the Italian refresher— my second language. I like the second slogan and I could fight alongside men who lived it on behalf of their nation. I am not a Fascist, but I can admire that they fought the Reds. an off topic rant: Way back when in my early 20s living in Italy I was fascinated by the multiplicity of political parties and in a way started sorting out my own place in American politics. The left (PCI, PSI) were definitely out. The center left (PSDI, PRI) seemed reasonable , but I had an aversion to them because… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

AINO’s dominant races, culturally and politically, if not numerically, are the negroes and Finkels. Its postmodern fascist system is flagrantly chauvinistic toward those two groups.

Member
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

There is a difference between what governments say they’re about and what they’re actually about.

“Affordable Care Act.”

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Maxda
15 days ago

Right, @Maxda.

Lots of people misunderstand, thinking that fascism is, for example, about the good of the people, when it’s really about the good of the collective, and, to the more cynical, the good of those at the top of the heap.

Fascism has never shed any tears about the misfortune of the individual.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

Covid, which was an alliance of Big Government and Big Pharma, resulted in the triumph of fascism. People avoid the term due to a nasty war, but surely the OG fascists would be fine with the general product even if not the particulars.

Ivan
Ivan
Reply to  Vizzini
15 days ago

The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism

Sgt Pedantry
Sgt Pedantry
15 days ago

We live under an anti-white Kritarchy.

In order to live under something else, we will have to further discomfit Jews, including Paul Gottfried.

Filthie
Filthie
Member
15 days ago

Goad has spoken to me. The prophets are all full of shit!😂👍

The prophets are clowns, perverts and grifters. Or worse. That is the hell of these things; eventually all the worshippers end up in the Outer Darkness…and discover they like it there.

interestingly I’ve heard that one of India’s major religions has gone into full collapse because the “untouchable” class (caste) walked away from their moral and intellectual superiors…

We will be getting new prophets soon. I dunno if that is a good thing or not…

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Filthie
15 days ago

Exactly. White Europeans are far more intelligent and industrious and will not make enduring Untouchables.

Hokkoda
Member
15 days ago

The logical end of the Great Awakening is the End Times. Hence the mad rush to WW3. It’s also why a lot of our evangelical friends seem so hell bent on bringing about the apocalypse in Gaza. It’s the same mindset, but from different perspectives. Evangelicals are always excited about the second coming and, growing tired of waiting, want to give God a nudge. The Great Reset people hate humanity and believe everyone will be better off with a lot less of it. The neocons straddle these groups and herd them in the same direction. If they don’t kill him… Read more »

Mike
Mike
Reply to  Hokkoda
15 days ago

I am a Christian, was a member of an evangelical church, not now though. I’ve never understood the hurry of a certain group of evangelicals to bring on the End Times, it seems to me that they are trying to usurp God to get what they desire. It’s not their place to end the world, it’s on God’s schedule and trying to rush it up seems like rebellion against God. The whole worship of the Chosen is another departure from God I think. That insane, compromised Speaker is the biggest tool of the Neo cabal right now. His End Times… Read more »

Alzaebo
Reply to  Mike
15 days ago

Watched rabbis for an hour last night, and that is exactly what they said.

We must kill Amalek so that the Mosiach will come.

Sub
Sub
Reply to  Hokkoda
15 days ago

It’s truly fascinating how few people seem to realize that the opposite of a wrong idea isn’t necessarily a right idea.

The woke fanatics and the Biblical literalist zealots are both equally the enemy of any human being that actually possesses a soul.

TomA
TomA
15 days ago

The time is fast approaching where we must transition from diagnosis to remedy because simply cataloging a disease is not curative. The persons and forces implementing the various forms of insanity as detailed in today’s post are neither trivial nor benign, and they are committed to an endgame in which a lot of harm is done to all. And we cannot beat them with magic words or an illusion that voting matters. History teaches that the cure must be done the old fashion way, but this time with the aid of modern technology. We are ancestral innovators with a strong… Read more »

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  TomA
15 days ago

“…simply cataloging a disease is not curative…”

Say’s who? Certainly not the Left. The cure is to simply remove/change the classification, and viola—no more disease.

I distinctly remember when as an undergrad, learning that homosexuality was a mental disorder, as listed in the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders”. That was removed over the years as have other mental diseases which are now considered “trendy”. I have heard recently that there is a push to delist paedophilia in the next publication. 🙁

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

Yet they will get hopping mad if you say LGBTQP…

Tired Citizen
Tired Citizen
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

@Compsci

Pedophiles are now called MAPS (minor attracted persons), and according to the leftists, we must show compassion for them. No matter how insane you think they are, always remember that they will always get more insane.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Tired Citizen
15 days ago

I prefer, “Millstone Attached Perverts…”

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tired Citizen
15 days ago

Just a matter of time before NAMBLA membership is required to be nominated to the Supreme Court.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

When the American Oncological Society declares cancer is no longer a disease, I will sleep much better…

Alzaebo
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

That delisting pushed by…an activist of a certain ethnicity. *Sigh*

flashing red
flashing red
15 days ago

And on a lighter note, it’s happy Ode to Billy Joe day courtesy of Bobbie Gentry. “It was the 3rd of June, another sleepy dusty delta day..”

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  flashing red
15 days ago

I like to think Billie Joe was a visionary and what they were dropping off the Tallahatchie bridge was a copy of the 1964 “Civil Rights” act.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Tom K
15 days ago

I imagine the “Civil Rights” act was the real reason BJ leapt off that tressel. He could see what was a-comin’…

Tom K
Tom K
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Yeah, that’s what I meant. He was a visionary. He saw far ahead and just couldn’t accept living under an overpass and getting beat up by vibrants driving around in BMWs in his declining years.

cg2
cg2
Reply to  Tom K
15 days ago

It’s just a shame Papa didn’t take the jab and mask up.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
15 days ago

Excellent article. Deranged fanaticism does seem to be as American as baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. And it does seem to have become more unhinged and virulent since America became the planet’s lone hyperpower in the post-Cold War era. There simply are no checks and balances, domestic or foreign, left to constrain the madding cohort of Karens, cucks, negroes, heauxmeaux and Finkels. God have mercy on the planet when a demented mob rules the world.

stranger in a strange land
stranger in a strange land
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Perhaps God will have mercy, but best to be prepared for Divine justice.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  stranger in a strange land
15 days ago

Justice, perhaps, in the form of a wayward celestial body.

Hasten onward, o fiery meteor!

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

Let us call this new form of government and social arrangement Faucist unless others have better suggestions. Eventually the people wearing lab-coats will be seen with the same suspicion as those with trimmed moustaches under nose.

Drive-By Shooter
Drive-By Shooter
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

Let us call this new form of government and social arrangement…

…Zionocracy until after Zionist influences have been suppressed or extirpated. Zion’s influence and control far exceeds that of Faucism (public health despotism).

We’ll know that we’re making progress toward the goal when no leader, wannabe leader, public figure, restaurant owner, etc. has reason to fear telling Jews, Levites, and so forth to buzz off like horse flies when asked to affirm friendliness toward the State of Israel or to the supremacists indicated in Exodus 19:5-6.

Alzaebo
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

Managerialism: hiring the Experts until they take over, brought to you by the experts at the Department of Education.

Faucism it is!

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FNC1A1
Member
15 days ago

It is already happening, but watch for de facto segregation to be elevated to a moral virtue

Felis harenae
Felis harenae
Reply to  FNC1A1
15 days ago

Not quite. They need whites in order to maintain what little of a first world society still remains in the west. Instead, what they will demand is unrestricted access to whites while reserving the right to also have access to their own spaces. Whites are and will continue to be the only people who aren’t allowed to have access to their own spaces.

Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson
Reply to  Felis harenae
15 days ago

Yes, this. “Untouchables” are an evil necessity in many cultures. The problem with this version is high intellect and ingenuity. Successful implementation of such a system actually would be beneficial for Whites in the long run but it is impossible. The United States, where this would originate and spread to its vassal states, at a generous most has a decade or so left and that also has to be taken into consideration.

Arthur Metcalf
Arthur Metcalf
Reply to  Felis harenae
15 days ago

They need whites in order to maintain what little of a first world society still remains in the west.

I believe that they have overestimated the strength of whites. The fencing is weak and the hordes on the other side are young and strong.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Arthur Metcalf
15 days ago

Folks, we may not agree with Metcalf, but let’s not ignore the real life example of SA. As soon as their Black majority assumed complete control of the government (took a few years due to the turnover agreement signed in 90’s), they began to pass discriminatory laws which specified a limited number of Whites in government and other employ, particularly managerial positions. This I’ve read *has* caused inefficiency—at best—and failure—at worst—of institutional function. See recent discussion of the national electrical grid.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

Compsci, The failings of SA are well known, indeed. But there are so many examples still that would stagger most. Examples of egregious black-on-white racism; of government incompetence and evil; of previously prosperous private sector companies being driven into the ground. If you ever come over to England, London specifically, you’ll find shed loads of SA folks in South-West London: Richmond, Putney, Twickenham. I’ve never met a nicer bunch of fellows, and almost all of them were frank about the “benefits” of black government. My own take is that most of these emigrants to England from SA were those of… Read more »

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

I’ve noticed that the “English” Whites were more likely to flee SA than the Afrikaner Whites. The English Whites are also more likely to be shitlibs. I don’t know if there’s a correlation, between the shitlibbery and the fleeing.

OrangeFrog
OrangeFrog
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
15 days ago

Yes. I’d agree.

That said, I thought that maybe the Dutch ones just went back to Holland; which is why I didn’t see them in London.

I spoke almost exclusively to SA blokes, and a few ladies. Almost all were angry with blacks and what they get away with.

A girl I used to know was of Boer heritage. Her father and brothers were all unrelenting in their criticism of blacks. She moved to England, and seems to have had all the PC beaten into her!

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Jeffrey Zoar
15 days ago

As an example, the violinist Daniel Hope’s Irish father moved the family from SA to England because of his opposition to apartheid. The world’s anglophones are the most racially obtuse people on the planet. Don’t ask me why.

Omsk
Omsk
Reply to  OrangeFrog
15 days ago

Dutch Saffers fled to Australia, although I have met some Boers in London.

Alzaebo
Reply to  Felis harenae
15 days ago

I can guarantee we won’t be allowed to have our own spaces. Our women, and for the worst, our children. Our women are the highest prize in the known universe. Our children…that is unmentionable. And as you say, our men make the most talented slaves. I’ve called whites ‘the fair flowers meant to be spread.’ I see nonwhites now as ‘hardy weeds breaking tough soils,’ enabling those fair flowers to take root. Neanderthal’s job was to eliminate the obsolete Erectus types so that the next stage could grow. No wonder they resent and hate, yet envy and lust for us.… Read more »

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Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Alzaebo
15 days ago

No wonder they resent and hate, yet envy and lust for us.”

My thinking here has always been simpler (simplistic?). They hate us because as long as we are around, we can be used as a comparison point—both as to what they are and what they can never be. Most of what we see occurring around us can be interpreted as the result of a “leveling”effort against the White race and its accomplishments in society.

imnobody00
imnobody00
Reply to  Alzaebo
15 days ago

“Our women are the highest prize in the known universe.”

I beg to disagree. Who wants a tatto-ridden obese slut with bad personality and tons of entitlement? You seem to think that American women are Anne Hathaway in The Princess Diaries.

Let’s say that your women have the potential to be the highest prize but American society and them work very hard to go to the opposite direction

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

US State Department forced Scott Ritter off plane headed to Russia and confiscated his passport

“As I was boarding my flight out of New York I was pulled aside by three CBP officers, who seized my passport. When asked why, they said orders of the State Department. No further information was provided. My bags were removed from the flight, and I was escorted out of the airport,” the former US Marine intelligence officer told Sputnik.

Ritter was slated to participate in the annual St.Petersburg International Economic Forum as a guest speaker.”

Jeffrey Zoar
Jeffrey Zoar
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

When you’re on the “right” and/or a dissident, I can’t think of what possible good you could do yourself by traveling to Russia. The regime doesn’t even need that as an excuse to label you a Russian propagandist. Actually setting foot there could give them grounds to accuse you of something more. (assuming they need grounds, they could just lie). I noticed Sundance posting pics from his (her?) trip there. Didn’t strike me as overly smart.

But I appreciated Carlson’s interview with Reade. He’s probably big enough to get away with it. I think.

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

Alastair Crooke wrote on the same topic – https://strategic-culture.su/news/2024/06/03/the-coming-novus-ordo-seclorum-change-we-must-there-is-no-choice/ ““In the world’s eyes, all this may seem like a ritual of self-serving vanity, yet the Civil Religion is the national article of faith for Americans. It is Holy Writ, which takes rhetorical form through what Americans take to be History. “American Civil Religion is inextricably linked with the Reformation, Calvinist Christianity, and the bloody history of Protestantism, with America’s sacred narrative shaped and christened through the country’s first and second Great Awakenings. Although its scriptural reading became secular in the Progressive era – the American religion still remained tethered to… Read more »

Paul Gottfried
Paul Gottfried
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

“Many of the same themes you see in Jewish “heal the world” activism exist in American public Protestantism.” Yes, Kunstler wrote an essay on it last year – https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/the-jewish-american-dilemma/ “For the Jews who arrived here in the late 19th and early 20th century, America became even more of a promised land than that sliver of Biblical real estate on the Mediterranean. They succeeded here beyond their wildest dreams. Why dream idly about returning to the Middle East when the USA turned out to be the real Land of Milk and Honey? Hence, a revision in American Judaism became necessary. Next year in Jerusalem was replaced as a central… Read more »

Auld Mark
Auld Mark
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

I believe you have pointed to the Puritans and other more radical sects than to mainstream protestants in other writings, a distinction I feel is worth noting.

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  thezman
15 days ago

Hence the term, Judeo-Puritan.

Alzaebo
Reply to  Paul Gottfried
15 days ago

Just as Climate Change is the modern revision of End Times “not by flood, but by fire.”

Brian
15 days ago

Protestantism is a negative identity, so it makes sense that its mutant offspring have inherited its perpetual need for an external bogeyman.

Steve
Steve
Reply to  Brian
15 days ago

I’m intrigued. The 95 Theses are mostly about how the official church has misinterpreted scripture, and, not only how it should be interpreted, but also how Catholic teachings (at least outside the Vatican) are at odds with early church practices and beliefs. Luther didn’t reject Catholicism; he died believing he was a Catholic.

It was the Catholics who insisted on the separation, believing that, for example, one could bribe his way into Heaven. (Indulgences.)

c matt
c matt
Reply to  Steve
14 days ago

I don’t know where you get this crap. Jack Chick?

heymrguda
heymrguda
15 days ago

Well apparently everybody from Steve sailer, R. Michael jones, the Zman and
everybody else on down, as well as many of the posters on Right wing sites, has declared us prods as public enemy no. 1 now. You’re free to feast on the corpse of what’s left of our “western liberal democracy” without an interference from us.

Horace
Horace
Reply to  heymrguda
15 days ago

I think you are overstating things. My own take is that is good which serves as a nuclei of formation about which resistance to our genocide can coalesce. Bad is that which serves to facilitate our genocide. Most Protestant denominations and most of the Catholic Church fall into the latter category at this time. Collaborators with the Jewish campaign of white genocide, no matter how unwitting, can not reasonably expect warm regard.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Horace
15 days ago

Maybe we’ve been the last bulwark. See France and Russia. I say this as someone taken the criticism to heart and found much of it valid. This has been going on for centuries

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Paintersforms
15 days ago

There is the other side of it, as far as Protestantism being a revolution, and present day is our time to be ugly, but imagine if the revolutionary French or the Soviets had come out on top.

Ben the Layabout
Ben the Layabout
15 days ago

https://www.unz.com/article/protestantism-jews-and-wokeness/

Pardon if this is already been mentioned but it deals with some of the same things today’s blog does

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
Reply to  Ben the Layabout
15 days ago

It’s what happens when Christians lose their religion, and that can be traced back to the Cross. It has different characteristics for different ethnicities, but it’s the loss of religion. EMJ calls it the Jewish revolutionary spirit. It could as well be called the Antichrist revolutionary spirit, as some Hebrews (or Jews) didn’t reject Christ.

The Crucifixion is central to Christianity, so this loss of religion is also central to it. It’s why Christians obsess over Jews or think they’re Jews. It’s Christianity’s contradiction.

Krustykurmudgeon
Krustykurmudgeon
15 days ago

https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/restaurant-apocalypse-starting-sweep-across-america-and-really-bad-news-us-economy

Blessing in disguise? If we reduced the number of restaurants by half, wouldn’t a lot of illegals repatriate and traffic would also decrease

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Krustykurmudgeon
15 days ago

The IA’s we are getting are products of Cartel smuggling. They are transported all the way to the border, or beyond for $$$. However, the way it works is that upon arriving, they or their family *owe* the Cartels. Without a job, or a family, the IA still owes and will be killed, or his family members killed if he doesn’t pay. What do you think he will do without a job and a gun pointing to his head? I sat on a jury once that described the workings of a Cartel-like organization that fronted drugs to addicts, i.e., get… Read more »

Davidcito
Davidcito
15 days ago

OT but will the zman write about how stupid Terrence Howard is? The darkies are calling him a genius when he can’t multiply and he thinks light and sound waves are the same.

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
15 days ago

The origin of this crusader mindset can be dated to the abolitionist movement when all of a sudden, northern Protestants decided that slavery was a sin, even though Scripture seems to be fine with slavery. I’m afraid that this take on American history is just absurd. The issue of negro slavery in the Americas had been contentious from the very beginning. It was mostly discontinued in the northern colonies long before there even was any United States. It had been a hotly debated issue at the constitutional convention, resulting in the famous 3/5ths clause; and the subsequent unfolding of American… Read more »

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Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
15 days ago

ID, at the bottom of your comment is the line:

Last edited 2 hours ago by Matt Beck”

Who is Matt Beck?

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Compsci
15 days ago

He may have just somehow accidentally doxxed himself. Not that is matters, of course. I’m sure the DC Stasi already have nice fat files on all of us.

Compsci
Compsci
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

Although ID and I are the best of friends, I respect his right to privacy as I would all others commenting here. Hopefully that is all this is and not someone spoofing him.

Intelligent Dasein
Intelligent Dasein
Member
Reply to  Ostei Kozelskii
15 days ago

I am Matt Beck, and I did not dox myself, accidentally or otherwise (well, except for just now, of course). Z-Man’s commenting system has just doxed me despite the fact that I never entered any such information into the website. That is fairly alarming, unhelpful, and unprofessional for a blog of this nature. In fact, my comment originally said “Edited by Intelligent Dasein.” I know; I saw it. It only changed to “Matt Beck” at some later time. So, not only was it an unauthorized dox, it was a stealth unauthorized dox, which is wholly unacceptable and for which I… Read more »

Ostei Kozelskii
Member
Reply to  Intelligent Dasein
15 days ago

I sincerely doubt anybody here would do that, Matt. Many of us disagree with you on most things, sometimes strenuously, but nobody wants to put you in harm’s way.

Alzaebo
15 days ago

Ah shucks! Late, I mention the important thing: the Sampson Option.

Israel’s “Sampson Option” is a fake just like Saddam’s WMD stocks were. Show me please the receipts and testing for 200-400 missles developed at Dimona.

Doubtful, since they destroyed South Africa rather than pay for the uranium supplied. I’m not hearing the cyclotronic whine of plutonium enrichment either. They may have one or two that they’ve stolen.

So what is the usual method of a permanent minority that gets its larger enemies to kill each other?

Make Russia or the US fulfill the Sampson Option.

Paintersforms
Paintersforms
15 days ago

…and then the revolution came for Protestants.

1UnknownSubject
1UnknownSubject
15 days ago

What is the Great Awakening? This term is used often enough – when people are up – do they become dissidents?

Steve
Steve
Reply to  1UnknownSubject
15 days ago

No, but it is a place on the road with a nice, broad shoulder where many are content to stop.

Omsk
Omsk
Reply to  1UnknownSubject
15 days ago

It’s when the hour goes forward.

Steave
Steave
15 days ago

“It just sort of appeared” – complete testimony by Dr. Anthony Fauci at House Oversight hearing – Full Video
https://commoncts.blogspot.com/2024/06/it-just-sort-of-appeared-complete.html

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

“Facts” or when more honest, recommendations are often pulled “out of thin air”, to use the words of Malcolm Kendrick in his book Doctoring Data, an excellent overview of chicanery in all things medical and public health. This book was written some years before the Covid-19 disaster, but all its warnings apply, and indeed were amply illustrated with the still-unraveling fiasco.   For example, how many of these sound familiar? That you should eat five servings of fruit and vegetable daily, that you’re obese if your BMI>30, that you’re at risk of alcohol dependence if you drink more than “X”… Read more »