Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Just Another Day

A lot of folks have been talking about the recent retarded tweet from some BLM spokeswoman, who said that “white ppl are a genetic defect of blackness.”  Vox Day posted about this, Styxhexenhammer666 made a YouTube video on it, etc. Meanwhile, thousands marched in Milwaukee to protest Sheriff David Clarke’s audacious attempt to enforce existing laws.  It was billed as another “Day Without Latinos.”  

This event didn’t get much coverage from the alt-right, at least from what I can see. The reason why is that the United States is, at heart, the racist country that Latinos have always accuse it of being. In many ways, we have proven the point of all of those marching Mexicans—we just don’t see ‘em.  The American psychic landscape remains black and white. Everything is analyzed through the lens of white versus black American culture.

Wisconsinites probably did see safer schools and neighborhoods with all those criminal aliens and fellow-travelers clustered together away from people who had to go to work. I am sure that Milwaukeeans will enjoy the prolific trash heaps that they will have to clean up after the protestors are bused home to wherever they came from. But aside from the hassle of having yet another traffic jam, this protest was a dud. While Americans (white and black) do want illegals gone, Hispanics do not have much resonance in American culture, good or bad. They have contributed less to American culture per capita than would be expected, given that many Latinos have been living in the American Southwest since before there was a United States. 

For better or worse, Black Americans have had an inordinate impact on American culture, greatly beyond what would be predicted from their representation in the population (12%). While the footprint of Black culture is over-sized, the footprint of Hispanic culture is under-sized.  Where are the breakthrough Hispanics artists, scientists, civic leaders, or philanthropists, for example?  Aside from food, what impact has Hispanic culture made on American culture?  

Thus, when the alt-right considers pervasive threats, it makes sense to focus on some random social media bleat than on an anti-deportation march. What happens on a #DayWithoutAMexican? Apparently the same thing that happens with him—not much.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Sunday, February 12, 2017

They Always Double Down

Many of you have listened to the American Enterprise Institute panel hosted by Charles Murray, in which Bill Kristol made such memorable comments as, "If things are so bad with the white working class, don't you want to get new Americans in?"  As the Supreme Dark Lord could have predicted, of course, (((SJWs))) always double-down.  Did Kristol apologize and grovel in the way that all white heterosexual Christians do when they even inadvertently or obliquely insult a privileged group? No, of course not!  He doubled-down on Twitter, stating "I was on a panel w/ Charles Murray and neglected to bow before the conservative form of political correctness...."

I always enjoy watching people self-destruct in public. I think pundits like Kristol realize that they lived through a profound paradigm shift, and they missed it. They didn't see it coming, and they cannot describe it now that it is here.  It seems many of them are trying to blow themselves up before they go. I guess they think it is better to burn out than fade away.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Don't Draw the Attention of Kek

There is a minor kerfuffle happening on Twitter right now, whereby some antifa found her live-in boyfriend lying dead.  He, too, was apparently some well-known “punch a Nazi” antifa.  She then proceeded to “live Tweet” the aftermath—the police coming, the clean up, etc. Apparently she has received donations after this performance piece, and I do not begrudge that at all, because even simple funerals are terribly expensive.

As one would predict, she is now being hounded by many acolytes of Kek, who are doing the whole “the only good communist is a dead communist” thing on her Twitter feed.  None of this should be surprising or even interesting.  Based on absolutely nothing, I suspect the woman to be a malignant narcissist who is happy to be either loved or hated but never ignored.  My only interest is what young people might be learning from watching things like this unfold.  Are they learning the fundamental human truth that if you love something, you keep it to yourself?  If it is important to you, then you don’t expose it to the world to be pissed on by your enemies, or even by bored strangers?  I wonder if we will we see this kind of self-flagellating over-exposure increase or decrease in the next few decades.

Friday, February 10, 2017


Book I will buy the next time I have money:

Stuff I have read and want to comment on, but probably won't any time soon.

This will blow your mind.  It is hard for me to even comprehend this.  Almost 75% of newborns in Paris are tested for sickle-cell anemia.  Sailer goes into detail as to how the infants are screened-- both parents must be at risk, and to be at risk means coming from specific regions.  For example, he writes:  "All nonwhite Indochinese, East Asians, and Polynesians are not tested." In fact, I cannot properly summarize the article.  It is a must-read.

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Good and Hard

I started blogging again in part because we really are living in interesting times.  I want to document how great it is for those of us who love Trump.  I already regret not blogging the ramp up to the election.  At first, I was simply excited for the man to blow up the Republican party, since that was a long time coming.  The fact that he destroyed the Bush dynasty was enough for me (please clap).  Then, he destroyed the Clinton dynasty.  If he had done nothing more once he got into office but suck his own toes from that moment forward I would have considered him the best President of my lifetime.

But he just kept going.  His first two weeks were amazing.  He actually came through on many of his campaign promises.  I never want to be like one of those useful idiots who worshipped Obama, so I am continually having to pull back on how much I like this guy. I even like many of his mistakes.  For example, Education Realist made some great points about Betsy DeVos.  While I am happy she was confirmed, ER has convinced me she wasn’t the best pick.  I hope she is capable of addressing the nightmare that is Common Core, but she might be in over her head.

Before the election, I had some pundit tweet to me a part of that famous Menken quotation:  “… the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” He wrote this in the context that we rubes who wanted to destroy the Republican party didn’t understand what is good for us, unlike those beltway consultants who make a living advising establishment conservatives. The full quotation is “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard,” and I could not agree more. We knew what we wanted.  There were enough of us to vote what we wanted into office.  The pundits and establishmentarians didn’t see Trump coming, didn’t understand why we wanted someone like him, and still cannot understand the history unfolding in front of their eyes.

The times we are living in are miraculous.  Perhaps Trump can reverse things, or perhaps it is too late. Either way, to witness white middle class America finally turn and fight instead of continuing to retreat is a rare gift and blessing. I am in awe to be alive right now.