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In open, civilized societies there is a tolerance for some level of disorder, as being the price citizens collectively pay for their liberties.

But the key words in what I just said: “some level.” Today, in the year 2018, we are fifty years on from 1968, when public tolerance of disorder was tested to breaking point.

The event everyone remembers in this context: the Democratic Party convention in Chicago that August, that was marked by huge protests. (Pat Buchanan was there, and saw them!)

It had been a rough year, though, with riots all over after the assassination of Martin Luther King in April; then Robert Kennedy’s assassination in June.

And the upshot of it: the election of Richard Nixon—by what he was to call the Silent Majority. Nixon took 32 states. George Wallace, another law’n’order candidate, took five more.

Americans had had enough of disorder.

Every time the Left stages some raucous protest I find myself wondering how long normal Americans will put up with this. How long before the reaction? How long before seasoned, skillful politicians respond to widespread desire for such a reaction?

And yes, yes, I know: There was something of that desire driving the result of the 2016 election. The winner there was not a seasoned, skillful politician, though. I say no more than that.

I found myself wondering that a lot this week. In just two days, this Monday and Tuesday, there were four instances of intolerant progressive mobs attacking harmless, unarmed individuals trying to express opinions the progressives disagreed with.

I’m casting my net Anglosphere-wide here. Two of these instances were in the U.S.A.; one was in Britain, the other in Canada. The pattern was the same, though. The intolerance, the slogans, the masks were the same. (Well, the rioters wore masks in three of the events.)

  • Monday March 5, at noon, Lewis and Clark Law School over in Portland, Oregon had Christina Hoff Sommers to speak to students about trigger warnings, safe spaces, and victimhood culture.

Ms. Sommers is a decent sort. She may be best known for her YouTube clip debunking what she calls The Myth of the Gender Wage Gap. That clip has clocked up close to three million views. If you’re not one of that three million, the clip is worth six minutes of your time.

That clip is not vituperative, merely factual and logical. The lady points out, for example, that if it were really true that women only make 77 cents for every dollar men make doing the same work, entrepreneurs could arbitrage themselves a nice profit by firing their male employees and hiring women, reducing their wage bill by 23 percent.

Ms. Sommers’ opinions are hardly even heterodox. For sure they are not as heterodox as mine; although, full disclosure, I once shared a platform with her at the Independent Women’s Forum in Washington, DC. I recall her as intelligent, witty, and altogether charming. Her status as a public intellectual is perfectly respectable; she is a scholar at the neoconnish, genteel-conservative American Enterprise Institute, along with firebrands like Michael Barone, Lynn Cheney, Richard Epstein, and Ramesh Ponnuru.

It was therefore astonishing to see clips of the talk she tried to give on Monday, where a gang of students shouted her down as—can you guess? yes: a fascist.

Astonishing and of course depressing. Then doubly depressing was that the college’s Diversity Dean Janet Steverson [email her]— that’s the woman’s title, Diversity Dean—took the side of the anarchists and told Christina to shut down her talk, which of course had barely begun, to proceed straight to Q & A.

No arrests.

Punchline, in case you missed it: this was the Lewis and Clark law school.

  • Monday evening Richard Spencer gave a talk at Michigan State University, which of course brought the Antifa out in full force. This was after U had been sued—successfully—on Spencer’s behalf when the college administration had tried to prevent him speaking there.

The Antifa didn’t hold back: “Fights broke out as some protesters hurled bottles, rocks and horse manure to block Spencer’s supporters from entering the [venue]”. [Richard Spencer’s Michigan State visit culminates with fights, anti-Nazi chants, By Brian McVicar, Michigan Live, March 5, 2018]

For once the authorities showed some spine against the anarchists. Police arrested 25 people, 13 of them on felony charges like assault and battery, carrying a concealed weapon, and resisting and obstructing police. As of Wednesday, 20 people were formally charged. [8 arraigned on felony charges in wake of Richard Spencer protest, By Brian McVicar, Michigan Live, March 7, 2018]

No arrests.

The topic for this event? Freedom of speech.

One more.

Prof. Peterson became famous for protesting a Canadian law that makes it criminal discrimination to not use a person’s preferred pronoun.

So along came the Antifa and tried to drown out the lecture—unsuccessfully this time, although a window was broken and one protestor, not a student, was arrested and charged with mischief, assaulting police and carrying a concealed weapon. ” [Protester who shattered window at Jordan Peterson lecture found to be carrying a garrotte: police, National Post, March 9, 2018 ]

That was the only arrest.

I ask again: How long will the voting public in civilized countries—Dick Nixon’s Silent Majority—how long will they put up with this level of disorder?

How long before federal authorities step up to protect the civil rights of Richard Spencer and Christina Hoff Sommers?

How much longer will thoughtful, civilized people with unpopular opinions be shouted down and physically attacked by masked anarchists, while law enforcement too often (the Michigan State campus police p erhaps an honorable exception here) sit passively and watch—or, as in Charlottesville last year, actually co-operate with the people wearing masks?

How long?

Not forever.

2010-12-24dl[1] John Derbyshire [email him] writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him. ) He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. He has had two books published by VDARE.com com:FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle) and FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT II: ESSAYS 2013.

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  1. The assassination of RFK by a Palestinian immigrant was the greatest disaster ever for the Second Amendment in the USA. This led directly to the Gun Control Act of 1968 which eviscerated the ability to purchase rifles, shotguns and pistols through package delivery services and kicked off the TPTB 50-year assault on gun rights. In Illinois, our so-called local “gun lobby” proposed and passed the Illinois FOID card which we have been afflicted with half-a-century with no sign of it being eliminated.

    • Replies: @Swan Knight
  2. I think we’re way, way past “the silent majority standing up and voting in a law and order candidate” phase.

    We’re not voting our way out of this.

    • Agree: CalDre
    • Replies: @Travis
    , @David In TN
    , @dfordoom
  3. You ask the question “how long?” 3 ways, Mr. Derbyshire, in terms of three different parties that could put a stop to this. I say there is only a chance with 1 out of the 3.

    Leaving aside that most of the antifa violence is not Feral Gov business to begin with, the big federal beast has been composed of people who have not been on the side of average Americans for a long time. It would take a few decades of replacement of people in all positions higher than help-desk “technician” to give the fed-gov a new direction. Trump could give orders for busts of big examples like the California officials who are abetting criminals, and I’d like to see a lot of that. For the types of events discussed here though, all he’s got is the bully pulpit. The government anti-Americans are entrenched.

    As for the voting public, this isn’t 1968 anymore, and the country doesn’t have a 80% silent majority anymore (say 90% of the 90% white people). I am not talking about election numbers, but just ordinary real conservatives. It might be 50% now. This isn’t going to be solved via national elections, leaving us:

    The American people may have had enough after a few more years of this. No matter what the Dow Jones and Trump administration say, long-term economic trends have not and will not be good for the middle and former-middle classes. Once there is not very much to lose anymore for a young guy who is indeed as sick of this stuff as you are, there will be some violent pushback.

    For now, it’s a matter of how PC and cowed by the cntrl-left the local authorities are, with your Michigan State vs. other 3 events being an example. However, if young American conservatives realize there’s not much to lose in getting arrested, or “they can’t arrest all of us”, then you’ll see things change for the better, with some busted antifa heads. I’m looking forward to this.

    • Agree: International Jew
  4. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The silent majority on Amazon.com has been voting for Jordan Peterson for some time now.

  5. 1/ Shouldn’t the students at Lewis and Clark Law School be complaining more about their school being named after Lewis and Clark than about Sommers?

    2/ Campus unrest will have less of an effect than urban riots. College unrest often takes place in college towns which are both pretty isolated and already lefty. Urban riots take place much closer to too many people (and are more violent).

    • Replies: @David In TN
  6. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    The only real hope here is the installation of a benevolent, erudite dictator who has the public’s best interest at heart – someone who will institute wise policies aimed at turning things around…but that hasn’t really happened in the West since the days of Augustus. Chances of that happening here: 0.00001%.

    I would suggest learning a foreign language so you can emigrate. The West is all but done and will quickly slip into totalitarianism post 2020. We can no longer solve our issues with voting.

    Things are getting pretty scary here. As with the Soviet Union, the least little slip up in public commentary (or even private with the ubiquity of mobile phone cameras) could destroy your life and make you the subject of a witch hunt; there are continual moral panics focusing on whites; whites are continually attacked publicly as Jews were in pre-WW2 Germany; there is a treasonous effort underway by a special counsel to take down our president; our president seems hapless; the media is controlled by far left ideologues who use the platform to propagandize constantly; men are under constant attack, especially white men; no matter who is elected nothing ever changes; the NSA monitors EVERYTHING you do, including setting chat services like Skype to take pictures of you without your knowledge – and they record your phone calls to be used against you at a later date should the need arise…

    I don’t see how things turns around.

  7. TheBoom says:

    I like Derb but the argument that the left’s fanaticism will spark a silent majority uprising like in 68 ignores that we were made to be a very different country than in that era.

    A. We are less white. Whites have a far lower tolerance for disorder and lack of fairness than do our black and brown replacements

    B. We had a different culture then. Young people have been shaped by decades of leftist indoctrination now and feminism has taken hold. Now the majority of the growing army of cat ladies seek to destroy the society so that they can defeat the patriarchy and, fingers crossed, get laid by alpha brown men.

    The left’s fanaticism help elect Trump but may actually be less of a motivator next election because the leftist overlords of social media are blocking noticing. They have learned from their mistake of allowing free speech.

  8. CalDre says:
    @Chuck

    Wow, Ann Cunter wrote something of which I can approve.

    Just like the Forward to try to block her speech. Jews are of course the self-appointed globalist censors. Unfortunately the dumb-ass non-Jews show no sign of being prepared to throw off their yokes.

  9. Captain Trump has his phaser on “stun”:
    Let the aliens have some more fun.
    But come 2020
    When he wins states aplenty:
    Single shot for the Anarchist Run.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  10. Travis says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    it appears you are correct…certainly within 5 years time voting will not get us out of this mess. White death has begun, as more whites have died since 2012 than have been born.

    There were actually more whites under the age of 65 in 1970 than today. The white population is shrinking. During the same time from the number of Blacks increased 100%, from 21 million in 1970 to 43 million in 2015. The number of hispanics grew from 9 million to 55 million over the last 40 years. The number of whites remained stuck, zero growth (even as a few million whites immigrated from Europe during this time)

    20% of whites are over the age of 65…in 20 years they will be gone. just 11% of Blacks are over the age of 65, and even fewer hispanics are over the age of 65.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  11. The United States was ~85% white in 1968. Today, that’s down to ~60%, less if you look only at young people.

    The silent majority has become the silent minority.

    ————————

    The country is now a collection of different peoples with different biologically-induced cultures. Those cultures differ on acceptable levels of violence. For instance, blacks riot at the drop of a hat and turn their neighborhoods into low-intesity war zones, so the violence seen on campuses and marches doesn’t even register with them.

    In addition, since these campus battles are really just another outbreak of Derb’s Cold Civil War – which, of course, is one group of whites against another group of whites – other groups (blacks, Hispanics and Asians) simply aren’t that concerned.

    Finally, while I find the GOP fairly pointless, the Republicans would be the ones to crack down on this violence. However, due to birth rates and immigration, the country moves inexorably towards the Democrats. Blacks vote 90% for the Dems. Hispanics vote around 2 to 1 Democratics. Asians vote overwhelmingly Democratic.

    Sooner or later, Florida or Texas will turn solidly blue along with either Arizona or North Carolina and that will be the end of the GOP at the presidential level. A Dem president will never crack down on the violence against free speech or Alt-right advocates. Indeed, he or she will encourage it, much like Obama encouraged black violence.

    Whites with any sense of identity need to stop looking to the government to protect them out of fairness. Those days are over. We need to do what every other group does, organize around our race/ethnicity and push for policies that work for our people. If we can ally with another group, that’s great. This is how multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religous societies work. Different groups vying for power to enhance the well-being of their people and making deals with other groups.

    I wish that this wasn’t the case, but living in a fantasy world is for children.

    • Replies: @TWS
  12. @Anon

    Things are getting pretty scary here.

    Anon, things do LOOK pretty bad in this sense of a Chinese-cultural-revolution type of society, but now with NEW AND IMPROVED 20-teens electronics and software. I agree with you that the spying is most likely at whatever level is possible with the spy equipment that most of us have equipped ourselves with ( we pay for our own bugs these days ), and the ability to gather the data, and the size of the databases, on behalf of the Feral Gov.

    However, as I wrote above in my last paragraph of comment #4 above, there’s going to be a point at which there are too many people to propagandize against, too many to make an example about, and too many that just don’t care anymore about being called names, or losing jobs about it. Let me address that last point. Decent paying white-collar jobs are hard to get, so I would agree that right now people in that realm are scared to jeopardize their livelihoods by taking even a verbal stand. It does not help at all that lots of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck when they shouldn’t have to.

    As far as $10-$12/hr employees in retail and what-have-you, it’s a case of young, belittled and harassed white guys that are just going to say “what the fuck”, and decide raising hell is well worth it (just in terms of chicks alone!). There’s nothing much to lose in lots of these guy’s lives to worry about.

    I’ve got more in reply, which I’ll do later on. This is turning into a good blog post for me, so thanks!

  13. @Achmed E. Newman

    I didn’t want to make that last comment too long, so here is an excerpt from the bottom of the post linked-to above, regarding one problem from people’s living paycheck-to-paycheck:

    The closer you are bound to your job via your tight month-to-month budget, the less likely you will quit, speak-out, or even push-back a slight bit, when you are harassed with all the mass stupidity. You are not a free agent if you live like this – you are much more beholden to your employer and must be more of a suck-up, a kiss-ass, whatever it entails, to the dieversity and PC-crap than if you had a year or two’s salary put away to find a new job or even a new career and leave the stupidity behind!

    This explains part of why Americans who are “woke” are still afraid to speak up.

  14. I feel sorry for college instructors who actually want to teach a subject, not promote this horse-pucky. Of course they don’t dare speak up, especially if they’re non-tenured and the tenured professors are all down wit the peeps on the street…

    Occasionally, the interests of the tenured faculty and their need to signal wokeness collide, as in the case of Temple University, where a proposed building complex has raised the ire of the community, even though it is planned internally, on land Temple already owns. It may not be an expansion, but it is suspected of hastening the process of gentrifying a neighborhood that used to be a hellacious ghetto.

    The reaction, or lack thereof, by SJW professors to this conflict will be interesting. They want to be down with the peeps, but they also want their plush facilities. Stay tuned.

    • Replies: @TWS
    , @Simply Simon
  15. Not a penny of Federal funding should go to any institution that does not respect the right of free speech and free inquiry. Enact a speech code, you’re out in the cold.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @TheBoom
  16. KenH says:

    Every time the Left stages some raucous protest I find myself wondering how long normal Americans will put up with this.

    Wishful thinking. America no longer has the demographics of 1968 and the radicals at that time truly were the lunatic fringe whereas today a demonic hatred of the white race, America and Western civilization has gone mainstream and captivated a large swath of the former “silent majority”. The dynamic has totally changed over the last 50 years so we can’t expect the same favorable outcome as far as whites who don’t hate themselves and love America are concerned.

    How long before federal authorities step up to protect the civil rights of Richard Spencer and Christina Hoff Sommers?

    Really. If only Trump got elected and appointed Jeff Sessions as AG this wouldn’t be happening. Oh wait.

    I’ll guess that the antifa scum who Richard Spencer events and actually got arrested will probably have their charges pled down to the lowest possible misdemeanor or thrown out altogether by the DA or the judge.

  17. TWS says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    It’s Sailer’s coalition of the fringes against the middle. The fringes now outnumber the middle (barely) but they cannot yet capitalize on it because most of them are chronic screw-ups. If they couldn’t manage to keep Trump out even with all their cheating, lying, and crimes, they are not ready for full totalitarian rule quite just yet.

    Let them figure out how many bathrooms there should be and maybe they’ll be ready to crush the last of America. That’s the way to bet. Crushed like South Africa or Rhodesia.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  18. TWS says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    The woman had a garrote. It’s not about keeping your job it’s about your life. How long before one of these nutcases get’s lucky? A garrote isn’t for anything but assassination. You can’t even argue it’s a weapon of self defense. Defense from whom, the guy with his back turned to you unaware of what’s happening?

  19. Svigor says:

    Time to start stripping these schools of taxpayer funding; laws granting taxpayer funds to institutions that infringe on the First Amendment of Americans are unconstitutional, and should be struck down. They are themselves infringing on the First Amendment, by enabling institutions that infringe on the First Amendment.

    The courts would only have to strip funding from one or two universities on these grounds, and the rest would quickly clean up their acts.

    • Agree: Miro23, Zumbuddi
    • Replies: @dfordoom
  20. Svigor says:

    Ann coulter does some noticing:

    https://forward.com/fast-forward/396255/ann-coulter-fires-off-tweetstorm-at-globalist-jews/

    I love how she’s being framed as “ANTISEMITIC!!!” for simply pouring scorn on the shitbird scumbag tendency to use “ANTISEMITISM!!!” as a constant bludgeon.

    May the day that accusation is widely worn with the pride of reciprocity approach at speed.

    Ann Coulter has a lot of heart.

  21. Svigor says:

    Not a penny of Federal funding should go to any institution that does not respect the right of free speech and free inquiry. Enact a speech code, you’re out in the cold.

    Amen! I’m glad to see someone else taking this up, for once. This needs to become a meme in the dissident right.

    P.S., no need to limit it to federal funding; Constitutional law is now supreme, applies to state laws as well as federal.

  22. Svigor says:

    I mean, seriously, this is the conversation:

    Jews: “‘Globalist’ is code for ‘Jew!’”
    Human: *mocks the idea that ‘globalist’ is code for ‘Jew’*
    Jews: “She’s using ‘globalist’ as code for ‘Jew’!”

    Ann Coulter [...] took to Twitter Thursday night to call Jews “globalists.”

    Coulter tweeted the statements after posting a the headline of a Huffington Post article calling “globalist” an “anti-Semitic term.”

    The amazing thing about countersemitism is its rarity.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  23. jjc says:

    In context, many of the “disturbances” in 1968 were a reaction to the Vietnam War – which had been escalated under false premises and which inflicted terrible violence onto people half a world away who had done no harm to America. A “silent majority” may have assisted Nixon win a narrow victory that year, but they too were being lied to by the political establishment. There is little comparison to the small “politically-correct” skirmishes of today, which I agree feature a disturbing reaction against free speech and debate. Best to keep in mind, however, that the Black Bloc and Antifa have been thoroughly infiltrated by the police and have been for a long time.

    • Agree: byrresheim
  24. Svigor says:

    In context, many of the “disturbances” in 1968 were a reaction to the Vietnam War – which had been escalated under false premises and which inflicted terrible violence onto people half a world away who had done no harm to America.

    War? No. Draft? Yes. Big gov’t took advantage of their WWII power-grab to move on Korea and Vietnam. Conditions were right for a draft revolt, and that’s what happened.

  25. The Lewis and Clark Law School (or their PR Firm) have a statement on their web site that says:
    “On March 5, Christina Hoff Sommers, invited to Lewis & Clark Law School by a student group as a speaker, was disrupted by a few protestors at the beginning of her speech. After a few minutes, she was able to continue and students engaged in a vigorous discussion during the question-and-answer session.

    We do not condone the intentional efforts by even a few students to prevent this speaker from communicating her views to the vast majority of students who were willing to hear and debate them. The law school is taking appropriate disciplinary actions in accordance with school policies.”

    I like the ‘after a few minutes she was able to continue’ ! Yep, after she was told to wind it up, after having barely begun.

  26. Derb suggests we should email this ‘diversity dean’ to tell her what we think.
    Wrong, wrong, wrong.
    Why would she care? Cutting intellectual opponents off is her reason for being.
    Instead, email your opinion to the donations office, namely [email protected]
    This is the place where they try to get alumni or philanthropists to give MONEY – and money is all these universities understand at the end of the day).

  27. El Dato says:
    @Svigor

    The deep question is.

    “Do you want to, or have you ever wanted to, chase a Globalist up a Smokestack?”

    In every totalitarian society there are people taking up the morally burdensome task of analyzing whether certain words or circumlocutions are being used as “code” to show disrespect to the Dear Leader (long and splendously may Ve live) in closed group conversations, thus keeping crimethink non-apparent to outsiders. A strong case of “knowingly engaging in and willfully obfuscating crimethink” can then be made in front of a public court by prosecutors. A swift relocation to a soundproof cellar or frozen wastes can then be applied as remediation.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  28. @Johnny Smoggins

    The 1968 demographics are long gone. The left figures time is on their side so they don’t bother to hide their hatred.

  29. @anony-mouse

    “Shouldn’t the students at Lewis and Clark Law School be complaining more about their school being named after Lewis and Clark than about Sommers?”

    Don’t worry. They’ll get around to it.

  30. Realist says:

    “I ask again: How long will the voting public in civilized countries—Dick Nixon’s Silent Majority—how long will they put up with this level of disorder?”

    It would appear forever. Most are shallow and stupid.

    “How long before federal authorities step up to protect the civil rights of Richard Spencer and Christina Hoff Sommers?”

    That will never happen The ‘federal authorities’ as you call them are the muscle behind the Deep State and will never protect the average Americans rights.
    Tucker Carlson interviewed Jeff Sessions on Fridays show. It was pitiful how Sessions evaded Tuckers question of when the AG would start doing something against immigration law breakers. Same answer as always……we are reviewing it/our lawyers are looking at it.

  31. @Anon

    I would suggest learning a foreign language so you can emigrate.

    To where, pray tell? Presumably you are referring to Eastern Europe (and perhaps Russia) but from the other posters here (notably chez Karlin) it is far from certain that even those countries will be immune from the current “wisdom”, quite apart from the fact that immigrating to these countries legally is not so easy.

    • Replies: @david borne
  32. KenH says:

    The silent majority is now the beaten down, overworked, overtaxed, demoralized, cucked, opioid addicted plurality. And as history has proven we rise up and give the Republicans power time and again and they consistently refuse to fight the race and culture wars on our behalf.

    Elections might work for self hating whites and non-whites since they get black and brown tribalists/anti-white bigots like Hussein Obama, Kamala Harris, Keith Ellison, mad Maxine Waters, Julian Castro, Louis Gutierrez and many, many others while we get race neutral cucks who profess their desire to improve the quality of life for blacks and Latinos.

    Whites don’t have political representation so the probability of a political solution is zero.

  33. ken_lov says: • Website

    A few protesters tried to shout down Richard Spencer? My God, it’s Kent State all over again!

    If Derbyshire regards these trivial incidents as intolerable, one wonders what is his “tolerance for some level of disorder, as being the price citizens collectively pay for their liberties”. Students writing rude comments on the blackboard?

  34. Dnought says:
    @Chuck

    She wasn’t “noticing”. On the contrary she was making fun of people who conflate the term “globalist,” to mean “Jewish” ( and conversely those who scream “anti-Semite everytime someone uses the term “globalist”.

  35. After Sirhan and Ray pulled their triggers
    There were riots by hippies and n____rs.
    Clouds of underarm stench
    That would make strong men blench
    Robbed the riot police of their vigor.

    • Replies: @Robert Pinkerton
  36. It all boils down to one simple fact, and that being : The strife and malaise being expressed within the US edumacation scenario is the product of leftist perfessers, leftist university big-wigs, who, day after day, are infusing their air-brained charges (students) with the lunatic standpoint that leftist violence is beneficial and necessary for the transformation of the “unfair” US society into a “fair” (socialist) collective.
    These marxist perfesser assholes are hell-bent upon transforming America into a marxist conglomerate, with, of course, themselves in charge, and there is no stopping them through “negotiation”, debate, or compromise, period.

    They have managed to convince (brainwash) the great majority of US youth into believing that capitalism is : “unfair”, and marxism is “fair”, and that the solution and resolution of all of societal woes will be actualized only through the installment of : Socialism.

    It all rests upon these simple propagandistic infantile equasions : Socialism fair, Capitalism “unfair” and : Socialism non-racist : Capitalism : Racist”

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician

    • Replies: @Bill
    , @Anonymous
  37. @Eustace Tilley (not)

    Depending on who the Dems nominate, I wouldn’t count on Trump winning “states aplenty.”

    We all knew that Donald Trump was exaggerating during his campaign. But there is a great deal that he could have already done, and that we expected him to have already done, toward fulfilling many of his campaign promises. I, for one, am disappointed and saddened by the opportunities lost so far.

    Unfortunately, the Republican establishment seems to be bending Trump to its will rather than the other way around.

    As part of Trump’s base, I have lost my enthusiasm and no longer feel “mobilized.”

    • Replies: @Karl
  38. Every time the Left stages some raucous protest I find myself wondering how long normal Americans will put up with this. How long before the reaction? How long before seasoned, skillful politicians respond to widespread desire for such a reaction?

    Compared to 50 years ago, the average American male is a pussy. And there’s few, if any seasoned, skilled politicians in existence.

    So where, may I ask, are these “seasoned, skillful politicians” and “normal Americans” supposed to come from?

  39. peggy says:

    The silent majority of 1968 who would vote and take it to the streets are long gone.As our freedoms are slowly being chipped away the corporate media wants all eyeballs on RUSSIAGATE.
    Pravda has come to America.All we get now are lies .Trump is a Russian agent but Hilliary who sold our Uranium to Putin is his enemy? Why would Putin want Trump he was doing fine with her.
    I just cannot envision people under 50 who are now so politically correct changing the status quo. or rocking the boat in fear of being marginalized in there communities or jobs.More then any other age group they self censure themselves in fear.

  40. Truth says:
    @Anon

    I would suggest learning a foreign language so you can emigrate.

    That’s a great idea, Sport, it will be like the 7th grade again…

    “Ok class, repeat after me, Como esta Usted…”

    …(in unison) “Caw-maw, ishtar you-steed…”

  41. david borne says: • Website
    @for-the-record

    I sit here tonight in Thailand. Been here dozens of times over 20 years. Left the States 2 years ago and never so glad. Here in Thailand there is social cohesion , absolutely No PC, very strong on family and culture, and borders. I am on retirement visa and have to report to Thai immigration every 90 days to verify my address. Can you imagine where America would be now with strong family, culture, strong borders and visa for every non American citizen reporting to immigration there address and status? I love it here and have no plans to move back!!..

  42. Dr. X says:

    I like Derb’s writing a lot, but I think he punted on this one. There’s simply no way that a 1968-style “Silent Majority”is going to vote for somebody to put a stop to all this craziness.

    A fifty-year-old voter in 1968 would have been born in 1918. He would have remembered the Depression vividly and probably would have been a World War II veteran.

    But a fifty-year-old today was born in 1968. He has been marinated in the Cultural Revolution of the Sixties his entire life. He has never known a world without abortion, pornography, recreational drug use, rampant promiscuity, welfare, gay rights or militant feminism. “Gay Pride Day” is celebrated at the Pentagon and we’ve got “transgender” Navy SEALs, for God’s sake.

    Nearly 20 years ago, Paul Weyrich argued that the “Moral Majority” was in fact a minority and the culture had been lost. He argued that the only option left was to check out of the greater society because all of its institutions had been thoroughly perverted.

    Donald Trump is, in fact the one and only chance we’ve got to put the brakes on all of this through the electoral process. But as we’ve seen, Trump is a flawed savior, his own party hates him, the Left and the media are in open revolt against him, and the leftist courts have successfully boxed him in and will continue to do so.

    And if his party loses in the midterms, he’ll be impeached.

    No, I think there is no “Silent Majority” any more. Things will get a LOT worse before they get better. Derb, of all people, should know that “we are doomed.”

  43. @David In TN

    Thing is that they’re right.

    Whites need to start acting like every other group in the U.S. – and every other group in history. If we can’t start to think tribally, we’ll be wiped out/incorporated by those groups that do.

    • Replies: @epochehusserl
  44. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    How do we do that without being lambasted as “white supremacists”?

  45. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    “Her status as a public intellectual is perfectly respectable; she is a scholar at the neoconnish, genteel-conservative American Enterprise Institute, along with firebrands like Michael Barone, Lynn Cheney, Richard Epstein, and Ramesh Ponnuru.”

    Mainstream, certainly. But “perfectly respectable”? And those are “firebrands”?

    Do carry on, Spiro.

  46. El Dato says:
    @epochehusserl

    Just revel in the lambasting.

  47. @Dr. X

    Not doomed, but, yes, whites can no longer look to the government for fair protection. Those days are over.

    Whites need to think like Jews or Amish or Mormons, though, really, like Jews. Create your own society within a society. Lobby hard for your people. Finally, push for a homeland no matter how distant or crazy that dream may seem.

    The situation isn’t even close to hopeless. If even a small portion of white ever wake up, we’d be in great shape within a decade. While that seems unlikely at the moment, I’m an example of potential out there. Fifteen years ago, I was your typical libertarian-ish, “I don’t see color” cuck. But bit by bit, I woke up, and the information wasn’t out there the way that it is now.

    Some white wills wake up. Who cares if it’s 10% or 20% or 50%, some will.

  48. @epochehusserl

    You will get attacked (in a dangerous way), which is why you start quietly and slow. Personally, I’m getting involved in business and civic groups. Sounds like nothing, right. But I plan on keeping my eye out from whites like me. (They show themselves pretty easily.)

    At the moment, I’m playing the colorblind cuck. I point out policies that favor a particular ethnic or racial group, mentioning that we shouldn’t see race. Well, that just pisses off non-whites or cucks, and they say it. That, in turn, just shows normal whites that colorblind doesn’t work, that other groups think, well, as groups.

    It’s waking people up.

    In time, I’ll say fine, if we can target racial groups, how about targeting poor whites who have been hit by globalization, immigration and opioids. If anyone objects, I’ll throw their own words in their face. From there, start talking about creating a organization for whites. Again, if someone has a problem, just point out that every other group has an organization for their group, why not whites.

    Once you have business and civic groups, you’re off to the races.

    It’ll take a time, but it can happen.

  49. @david borne

    Where the Royal Thai Government backs you,
    So no dindu confronts or attacks you.
    If you’re under duress
    From the tension and stress
    You can get a massage to relax you.

  50. @Dr. X

    We’re in Sodom: no sin is taboo.
    Most are already lost, yet a few
    Will do pushups, buy ammo,
    Hoist the Gadsden, wear camo,
    Shun Facebook, and know what is true.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  51. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Scandinavianistically White?
    May your brains, if unbashed, think aright
    When a few Urban Youth
    Smash your skull into Truth.
    Then you’ll piss on their rainbow and fight!

    • Replies: @fnn
  52. @david borne

    Here in Thailand there is. . . absolutely No PC

    I can believe that! My wife is Thai (born and raised there, came here in her early 20′s). She freely expresses her prejudice against blacks, Mexicans and Jews. She watches a lot of Thai movies and TV series, and I’ve noticed that all the gays in those are either mincing caricatures or bad guys.

  53. @Eustace Tilley (not)

    My all time favorite, so far!

    You and “Desanex” should have some type of limerick battle on youtube. I want to see real time limericking, no holds-barred, with haikus resulting in immediate forfeit of the match.

  54. Tiny Duck says:

    Ummm no

    People of Color reject your hate and they are the emerging majority

  55. @Achmed E. Newman

    Here’s one I wrote in Spanish the other day. I don’t know if it’s any good. It’s supposed to mean “My countryman, Guillermo del Toro won a statue of gold called the Oscar. It’s so dear to him, he keeps it in his bathroom.”

    Mi paisano, Guillermo del Toro
    Ganó una estatua de oro
    Llamado el Oscaro.
    Para él es tan caro
    Que lo tiene en su inodoro.

    • Replies: @Eustace Tilley (not)
  56. Art Deco says:

    Most of this nonsense involves local officials and campus administrators refusing to do their jobs. The state legislatures will have to address the campus problems (they will do nothing). In Republican states, you could incorporate campus security into the state police and remove any discretion on the part of the school administration over their activities. Another thing you might do is a federal lawsuit which will force certain sorosphere entities to open their books. I’ll wager these antifa are receiving stipends from that source. Soros isn’t picky about hygiene. He hired David Brock.

  57. what a tiresome cuck is the Derb.

    the “Silent Majority” is long gone: ‘Murka in 1968 was 80% White.

    now it’s 60% and dropping fast.

    Trumpenthal “won” in 2016 with 47% of the vote.

    in 2020 the Republiscams won’t clear 45% in a national vote, and Florida will be a Jew/brown state, like Mexifornia. So they can adios the EC as well.

    so why does Derb write this soporific nonsense? ‘Cause he’s also the guy who – while married to a Chinese and breeding chinklets – claims “the White race is in no danger”.

    bizarre stuff, and this coming from a guy who was purged from the NatRev by the Central Problem:

    Jews.

    • Replies: @englishmike
  58. @Rosamond Vincy

    There is a gentrification problem in ultra blue Austin Texas. East Austin has always been primarily black and Hispanic but the rapid growth is creating a need for housing and commercial enterprises all over the city including the east. In the 1970s there was court ordered busing of students from the east to the white enclaves to the west and vice versa. Now hell is being raised because whites actually want to move into East Austin and the resultant gentrification is making the natives of East Austin and the ultra liberal city council very nervous. The liberal ideal would be for Austin to be completely integrated. Now they find the black and Hispanic home owners not at all enthusiastic about being forced out of their homes. As an aside I recall the publisher and editor of the Austin American-Statesmen were strong advocates of forced busing even though they lived in the lily white areas west of the city. It took years but the farce of forced busing finally died a quiet death.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  59. Antifa is Israel/Zionist/JDL/ADL creation. ISIS, BLM… all are the same, watch this video, at 50 min. 20 second mark, they show a group of protesters outside Ernst Zundel’s place. Looks just like Antifa, raised fist and all. RIP Ernst!

    Ernst Zundel – Off Your Knees, Germany!

    • Replies: @Wally
  60. ” Antifa is Israel/Zionist JDL/ADL creation”

    Pure ignorant bullshit.

    “Antifa” is a 100% creation of German leftists who are, and have been the most rabid anti-Israel, anti-Jewish, activists in Europe and which (Anti-fa) can be traced back to the 1968 “Revolution”.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army Vet, and pro jazz musician.

    • Replies: @Wally
  61. Tiny Duck says:

    I hope you guys know the majority of people find your ideas repugnant

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  62. @Simply Simon

    I went to Temple for undergraduate years ago. West of Broad St was such a hellhole that even the police wouldn’t go there after dark. They’d just come in the morning, sweep up the bodies, and take any survivors to the ER, handcuffed to the gurneys.

  63. @Tiny Duck

    What do you know about people? How do the rest of the ducks feel about these ideas? You seem like an odd bird.

  64. Htos1 says: • Website

    I lost my “pro” gig around 2002, just after 9/11, when all the boomer whites, who held decades long careers in Enterprise IT, were bum rushed from the jobs for skinny jean, manbun wearing musis and progtards and SJW females. I’m, not scared. I’ve been jailed seven times for outing a democrat court clerk who embezzled >10 million locally and ruined MANY white families and lives. When I outed her, she promptly committed suicide. The state said, “well, too bad”. NO ONE got their licenses, money, properties, etc, back. “That’s all, folks”, was the state’s reply.
    We need people to hang from lamp poles downtown and around courthouses so this schiitte stops NOW!

    http://embezzlement.com/series0.html

  65. @the one they call Desanex

    An Oscar enshrined in a shitter
    Implies that its winner is bitter;
    And as Hollywood dies
    As the public gets wise,
    Other place for the prize can’t be fitter.

  66. @El Dato

    “In every totalitarian society there are people taking up the morally burdensome task of analyzing whether certain words or circumlocutions are being used as “code” to show disrespect to the Dear Leader”

    Yeah, I just KNEW it was going to be big trouble when sometime around 1965 (I was around 8 then), adults in Northern Virginia, Federally-employed Democrats all, were forced to curtail their use of the word “Nigger”.

  67. @Haxo Angmark

    what a tiresome cuck is the Derb.

    For a moment there, I thought we were getting another limerick.

  68. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Travis

    This is the all-important fact, and it explains why the left is so sure of ultimate victory even despite Trump. The Boomers have failed to replace themselves, and when they go, the white population will drop dramatically.

  69. Stealth says:

    How much longer will thoughtful, civilized people with unpopular opinions be shouted down and physically attacked by masked anarchists, while law enforcement too often (the Michigan State campus police p erhaps an honorable exception here) sit passively and watch—or, as in Charlottesville last year, actually co-operate with the people wearing masks?

    How long?

    Not forever? Well, maybe you’re right; none of those thoughtful, civilized people will be around forever.

    Simply put, people like that don’t organize. It’s just not in them – they can’t. They’re willing to vote for people like Trump, but Trump is the last of his kind for at least a couple of reasons. And they’ll never physically fight back as individuals, because they honestly believe there’s no point at which fighting back could possibly make things better.

    In other words, the bad guys won. The end. There’s not much more to see.

  70. The “Children’s Crusade for Second Amendment Destruction” was quite an impressive demonstration of coordination.

    Micheal Bloomberg’s Billions for his “Everytown for Gun Safety?”

    Brady Campaign’s dedicated Leftists?

    A massive coordinated campaign by all so-called “progressives?”

    NPR?

  71. Sorry Boomer, but the “silent majority” no longer exists. It isn’t the 1980s anymore. Trump lost the popular vote.

    • Replies: @Wally
  72. The central element in the unrest of the late 60s was The War. Despite being eminently protest-able, when was the last time you saw even as much as a student address concerning overseas militarism? Stopping the draft pretty much caused young liberals to stop caring who and how many get slaughtered by their government.

    The only anti-war sentiment that gets repeatedly expressed nowadays is from the right, or from the unassimilated left that may as well be extreme right as far as the New Censorship is concerned. If there was an anti-war protest, it would be deconstructed as anti-Semitic nationalism as soon as someone says “globalist”… and vilified, and eventually opposed with violence, far more effectively than Nixon and Mayor Daley could have ever dreamed.

    So see you at the barricades, I guess. I hope you Nazis have my back :D

  73. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Johnny Smoggins

    I think we’re way, way past “the silent majority standing up and voting in a law and order candidate” phase.

    That silent majority that elected Nixon doesn’t exist any more.

    It’s about 30 years too late for that option to work.

  74. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Achmed E. Newman

    there’s going to be a point at which there are too many people to propagandize against, too many to make an example about, and too many that just don’t care anymore about being called names, or losing jobs about it. Let me address that last point. Decent paying white-collar jobs are hard to get, so I would agree that right now people in that realm are scared to jeopardize their livelihoods by taking even a verbal stand.

    Revolts and revolutions usually happen when the screws of oppression get loosened a little and when things are improving – that’s when people get confident enough to fight back.

    At the moment the screws are getting tightened and things in general are getting worse. That produces demoralisation and apathy rather than revolt.

    White people and social conservatives are much much more passive and demoralised now than at any time in history. The chances of a fight-back have never been smaller. If a fight-back was going to happen it would have happened in the 90s, when political correctness might still possibly have been resisted. But it wasn’t resisted. There was no fight-back.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  75. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Svigor

    The courts would only have to strip funding from one or two universities on these grounds, and the rest would quickly clean up their acts.

    Where exactly are you going to find courts that would do that?

  76. Wally says:
    @epochehusserl

    Don’t let it bother you and it won’t.

  77. Wally says:
    @Thulean Friend

    Did he? If so, did it matter?

    Trump won 30 out of 50 states and almost 90% of counties (2700 Trump, 400 Hillary). If not for a few big cities, where Democrats have done their best to oppress minorities and make them dependent on government, Trump would have openly won the popular vote by a landslide.US counties, 2016 election.

    And BTW, there’s a good reason why the leftists wanted a recount in only three states, and they still crapped out on those. The tip of a very big iceberg:

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/01/25/john-fund-and-hans-von-spakovsky-why-trumps-probe-voter-fraud-is-long-overdue.html

    Michigan Recount Exposes Clinton Electoral Fraud: Half of Detroit Votes Show Signs of Tampering
    Votes in Hillary-heavy Detroit may have been counted up to 6 times

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/20…

    and:
    Voter integrity groups True the Vote and Vote Fraud.org who both ran voter rolls against results and both came to the conclusion that at least 3 million illegals voted in THIS election.

    Moreover, Pew Research (hardly a conservative outfit) and Old Dominion U have had studies since 2012 that show the percentage of illegals that vote is over 22%. CONSERVATIVE studies from numerous groups incuding Harvard claim there are at least 10 million to 15 million illegal immigrants reside in the US. ODU has consistently found 80% go to the DEM ticket meaning that conservatively, 1.8 million voted for Hillary. If you take TTV and VForg numbers – that means 2.4 million voted for Hillary – more than her winning margin.

    This doesn’t even account for the other 1.8 million of dead people who are on the voter rolls or – as we saw in the Jill Stein recount – over 35% of the precincts in Detroit showed enormous vote fraud. In Las Vegas in one county 9200 REGISTERED VOTERS had mail returned for lack of correct address – yet 92% voted in the election.

    http://www.newsmaxtv.vegas/huuuge-nevada-voter-fraud-uncovered-worse-than-acorn/

    • Replies: @Maple Curtain
  78. Wally says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Well gee, who feeds this “German leftist” group?

    • Replies: @Amanda Huginkiss
  79. Same here in Europe.
    Leaders of political parties as Front National, Marine le Pen, Forum for Democracy, Baudet, Alternative für Deutschland, they change leaders all the time, are demonised.
    What is seen here as left, open society, more migrants, more EU, against discrimination, etc., do anything they can now that next week we can vote in municipal elections.

    http://media.tpo.nl/2018/03/12/leo-lucassen-vindt-bloksnorren-op-fvd-verkiezingsposters-grappig-en-demoniserend/

  80. @TWS

    Yes, most of them are screwups. I hope that by the time they’ve decided how many bathrooms are needed, the free money that is keeping them all from living on the streets will have dried up.

  81. @epochehusserl

    You’re already being lambasted for being a white supremacist just for being white.

  82. Swan Knight says: • Website
    @Joe Stalin

    The RFK assassination was a deep state orchestrated hit. The main motive was to prevent RFK from becoming president and thus stop him from getting to the bottom of his brother’s murder. RFK ran on an anti-second amendment platform. Surhan Surhan was a drugged patsy

  83. @Anon

    It’s interesting that constitutional reform buffering federalism by up leveling 50 states to 7-11 regions is perceived as so unlikely that national collapse seems more likely.

    There’s a way federalism used to work to offset dysfunctional democracy: like minded people moved to a region, got it going well functionally, leaving areas steeped in popular but insipid movements to die on their own vine. After the emigration and the dying cooler heads usually then study the “best known methods” of the emigrated-to regions and adopted them again.

    Federalism gives sane people a place, in-country, to emigrate to and cause to flourish without being parasitized. It was conceived with 13 states and no Fortune-500 in mind. It needs an update.

  84. Duncan says:

    Nothing is going to awaken this country to anything.
    Will someone please turn out the lights?

  85. Wally says:
    @redmudhooch

    As Zundel makes clear, it’s the fake ’6M Jews, 5M others, & gas chambers’ which silence open debate, free speech, & euro-white unity.

    All discussions with Jews, their media, & their left end up at Auschwitz.

    Nothing changes until the fraudulence of the ‘holocaust’ is openly discussed.

    http://www.codoh.com

  86. Pres Trump does not have a silent majority. And should they become silent, that’s more about Pres Trump than some manner of silent complacency.

    The Pres. has strayed from the path that was prepared before his arrival. The riots of the late 1960′s were a response to several pot full of issues of substance. It was not about how people felt, it was real disparity, enough of if manufactured enough to have impact on bread and butter issues. Obviously I am not talking about Vietnam war protesters. Kids whining about lending self to a greater cause of loyalty to the country that bore and provided for them under a cloak of an unjust war in n which they rooted for the only aggressors in the matter – reeks of the worst kind educational self serving somersaults. They actually blamed the US — bizarre.

    It is of that band of individuals who upended their own party’s convention, ethos and polity. Pres Trump’s voters have already pushed back against:

    a lot of what they consider gone wrong.

    – the economy
    – immigration
    – wars we don’t need to fight and can’t actually finish
    – urban renewal
    – some financial accountability
    – a reassessment of NATO and other defense scenarios (not a call to abandon anyone)

    I am unsure which of these he continues to advance, so if people are silent, chances the fact that college campus’s consider liberal by any stretch are eating themselves up over denying one another the right to speak won’t bring out the masses, despite being a salient issue.

    Maybe but doubtful.

  87. Bill says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    They have managed to convince (brainwash) the great majority of US youth into believing that capitalism is : “unfair”, and marxism is “fair”,

    You know the seventies ended a while ago, right?

  88. @Bill

    ” You know the seventies ended quite a while ago, right”

    So what is your point, as I am not in the frame of mind for solving riddles, or decifering non-sensical inferences.

    Just what does my observation have to do with the “seventies”, as the marxist brainwashing in the US edumacation system continues to this day.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    , @Bill
  89. @Wally

    Ya, well don’t watch Trump’s lips; watch his actions. Blow hard is a master of deception. Doesn’t give a shit about the issues on which he was elected. His only concerns are: Jews, wars for Israel, Jews, Jew bankers, Jews…all but the slowest get the idea.

    • Replies: @Wally
  90. @Anon

    there are continual moral panics focusing on whites; whites are continually attacked publicly as Jews were in pre-WW2 Germany

    You still don’t get it.
    Still Brainwashed after all these tears.

    Zionist Jews HAD stabbed Germany in the back;

    Jewish accomplishments at Versailles guaranteed to Jews protection of their “rights” in Germany (somehow, protection of minority rights of Germans in Poland were not quite as vigorously defended).

    German Jews had been on a path to controlling Germany since Bismark/unification; Bleichroeder’s influence on Bismark secured numerous positions of high influence; Rathenau controlled Germany’s war economy as surely as Baruch controlled USA wartime economy.

    German defeat was not harmful to Jewish interests in Germany; quite the contrary.

    Jews in Germany, as well as outside of Germany, saw Germany as their new Poland; tens of thousands of Polish Jews migrated to Germany, where industrialization and prosperity were more certain and advanced than in the land they had dominated for over 700 years.

    Germans had had enough of Jews for almost 50 years before WWI; the catastrophe of WWI defeat, Versailles, Jewish-dominated Weimar plus incursions from Bolshevik Russia deposited more straws on the German camel than could be borne.

    Jews were fortunate that NSDAP cooperated as closely as it did with Brandeis and Zionists to remove German Jews from Germany as nonviolently as it did.

    Moreover, it was at Brandeis’s — King of Zionist Jews — direction that Jews left Germany. King Louis was royally pissed that years of effort at creating Jewish dominance in Germany fell prey to a few “pogroms” of East European Jews.

    It was not so much the case that “Jews were [publicly attacked] in pre-WW2 Germany” as that Germans had reached the point where Enough was Enough.

    The question is, When will ‘whites’ in USA reach that point, and what National Socialist-type organization can/will organize and lead a non-violent extirpation of zionist/Borgists from controlling positions in USA, and will they confront another Brandeis-Frankfurter cabal that will frustrate their efforts?

    Forget Richard Spencer (Andrew Joyce, are you listening?)

    Take a closer look at Matthew Heimbach.

    SPLC hates him https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2014/little-führer

    ADL hates him

    HuffPo hates him https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/neo-nazi-matthew-heimbach-bogus-white-ethnostate_us_5a745c5fe4b01ce33eb1d720

    Vegas Tenold, who credits his Columbia J school prof Michael Shapiro as the “foundation of everything I think and write,” is wowing Jewish audiences and padding his bank account and creds by slandering Matthew Heimbach https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/feb/17/vegas-tenold-everything-you-love-will-burn-q-and-a-nazis

    Heimbach must pose some threat to the Jewish-liberal establishment.

    What troubles Tenold most about Heimbach is that he’s reasonable, non-violent, scholarly, admired, and reaches across divides in his (so far stymied) attempt to build a coalition.

    Heimbach looks upon Hitler as having developed workable strategies and policies.
    I’d like to see Heimbach think more about Hitler’s assessment of Bismark’s policy of provoking conflict between Christians and Catholics, and his conclusion that this was counter-productive: Christians and Catholics in Germany should be accorded equal respect, said Hitler, in pursuit of Germany unified around pan-Germanic cultural values and mythos; “Germany First” —> America First.

    Heimback might think about according equal respect to Blacks (not BLM but maybe Nation of Islam, and ordinary, working-class Black) and drawing them INTO the tent rather than fighting them.

    THAT would steal a march on the Great Dividers.

  91. @Bill

    The seventies ended. But the agenda has never ceased.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    , @Bill
  92. I’d vote for Trump again just to see the (((MSM))) continue crapping themselves on a daily basis.

    Look, Russians!!! Run!!

  93. @Wally

    When the Baader-Meinhof Faktion were training with the PFLP in Jordan, was that a big Zionist con job too?

    • Replies: @Wally
    , @EliteCommInc.
  94. @the one they call Desanex

    A limerick so naughty just had to get saved in my (not resident on my computer) Poetry file.

  95. Wally says:
    @Maple Curtain

    But you are changing the subject.

    Trump won.

  96. Wally says:
    @Amanda Huginkiss

    Wow, ancient history.

    Try harder next time.

    http://www.codoh.com

    • Replies: @Amanda Huginkiss
  97. @Amanda Huginkiss

    I don’t recall if they had Uzis.

    excuse my Levity.

  98. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Authenticjazzman

    Just what does my observation have to do with the “seventies”, as the marxist brainwashing in the US edumacation system continues to this day.

    Worrying about commies and Marxism is at least forty years out of date. Communism is dead.

    What we’re dealing with now is globalism and it’s a different animal. It’s a kind of internationalist capitalism in alliance with Big Government but it has little in common with anything an actual Marxist would recognise as Marxism or communism.

    And by the way, “Cultural Marxism” is not Marxist.

    When you fret about the commies under the bed you sound like you’re still fighting the Cold War.

  99. dfordoom says: • Website
    @EliteCommInc.

    The seventies ended. But the agenda has never ceased.

    Except that it’s not the same agenda. And it’s not being pushed by the same people.

    • Replies: @EliteCommInc.
  100. Law and order is one area where the right has pushed back since the early 70s. Sentencing for violent crime is now tougher than in was in the 1970s, and a higher percentage of violent and impulsive males are behind bars. However, that’s about the extent of the right’s social push back. The general trend over the last 50 years has been for the right to cede ground in the social sphere and push back on the economic sphere.

    Hence, to achieve their desire for low tariffs, weak unions, lowish income tax and a vibrant consumer economy, upper-midddle class whites have had to put up with high immigration, a state funded SJW industry, and racial and cultural self-abasement.

  101. @dfordoom

    Traditional communism isn’t completely dead, but its nothing like western left-liberalism or anarchism, it’s more like western nationalism or populism:

    http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-russian-nationalists-of-the-forbidden-national-bolshevik-party-nbpwith-42305346.html

  102. TheBoom says:
    @Fidelios Automata

    Alas the dwindling majority is willing to underwrite their destruction.

  103. @SolontoCroesus

    Catholics ARE Christian. Instead of “Christians and Catholics” , what you mean is apparently Protestants and Catholics.

  104. @dfordoom

    I disagree.

    The only shift is that the embrace of deconstructionist and post modern phenomenological models by way of argument and justification.

    Same tactics to challenge Vietnam
    Same tactics to challenge homosexual classification at the 1973 conference, same tactics used to advance marriage for people of the same sex

    I have to admit that at least BLM has some force to actual potential abuse. But the other presses are really born out ideological objection to objective truths. You advance the case by shutting down or by any other means frustrate, antagonize the holders of the status quo. The rationale if to thwart, not reason with the status quo.

    Anyone looking for a model of the method would be encouraged to read the following:

    Rhetoric Of Agitation And Control by J.W. Bowers and D.J. Ochs

    https://department.monm.edu/cata/McGaan/Classes/CATA339/rhet-agit.htm

    Several weeks ago in TAC there was an article by those that challenged the status quo during the late 1960′s and 1970′s To a one they are supported Sec. Clinton, a main advocate for regime and agitation against Russia and others. Democracy for women, invasion for the cause of rape, etc — these are the same people.

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  105. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Since at least 2008, but probably much earlier, there has been intensifying cooperation between U.S. and German Left-totalitarians who have reached the pinnacle of their “long march through the institutions” in their respective governments, state media, and colleges.

    On both sides of the Atlantic, a convenient alliance with well-funded globalists provided ample funding, networking, and a chance to finally wreak revenge on the native “working class” who failed to live up to the ideals of their sociology-trained “betters.”

    Results:

    - Destruction of industry, establishment of totalitarian government-corporate cult in the guise of fighting “hatespeech,” “white privilege,” “fake news,” etc.

    - Importation of millions of illegal Third World immigrants to undercut the working class.

    - Building of massive blackmail and intimidation machine through comprehensive harvesting of ALL digital data, blatant encouragement of “Antifa” type thuggery etc.

    - Subversion of economic order.

    - Intentional dumbing down of population through edumacation, drugs, MSM indoctrination, etc.

  106. dfordoom says: • Website
    @EliteCommInc.

    Same tactics to challenge Vietnam
    Same tactics to challenge homosexual classification at the 1973 conference, same tactics used to advance marriage for people of the same sex

    The same tactics, because those tactics work. But you can use the same tactics to advance very different agendas.

    The homosexual agenda has zero to do with marxism or communism. The homosexual agenda, feminism, the attacks on the family – these were part of the agenda of the New Left, and the New Left represented the abandonment of actual left-wing/Marxist beliefs. The process began around 1970 or thereabouts and by the 1990s the Old Left was all but destroyed, replaced by the New Left which was ideologically almost the polar opposite of the Old Left.

    Actual communists despised the “cultural marxism” nonsense. Communists believed in economic justice. “Social justice” is incompatible with economic justice.

  107. @Wally

    That’s what the Jazz man was talking about. Try to keep up.

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  108. @SolontoCroesus

    ” Bleichroeder’s influence on Bismark secured numerous positions of high influence; ”

    The other way round, Bleichröder let himself be used by Bismarck, often at great financial cost to himself.
    But he became a baron, and got decorations.
    This made him ridiculous in the eyes of German society.

    Fritz Stern, ‘Gold and Iron, Bismarck, Bleichröder, and the Building of the German Empire’, New York, 1977
    Emil Ludwig, ‘Bismarck, Geschichte eines Kämpfers’, Berlin 1927

  109. @dfordoom

    ” Communism is dead”

    Total non-sequitur, BS.

    Communism was never actually “alive” per se’, however it’s lunatic proponents have been, and STILL ARE relentlessly trying to breathe life into this hopelessly unrealistic concept, and all of the carnage, all of the destruction wrought upon mankind were never the result of it’s, communism’s fulfillment , rather the results of the ATTEMPTS to bring it into existance.

    ” When you fret about communists under the bed”

    I do not and never have “fretted” about communists under my bed, rather I have most indeed fretted about and continue to fret about the leftist nut-cases who are, through their idiotic DESTRUCTIVE ATTEMPTING to install communism are bringing destruction and mayhem upon a hapless citizenry.

    It’s not about and never has been about the end result of a realized communist entity, rather the problem exists within the destructive

    ATTEMPTING

    to manifest it.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro Jazz musician.

  110. @dfordoom

    I am not sure whether to applaud or scratch my head. You do a fairly effective job of making my case. I am not sure why you connect same sex relational dynamics to communism. However, both attack the rhetorical order.

    So I am going to assume you are making links you think I intend — but don’t. As for the moment it muddies the waters more than i care to swim through. You are also attempting to sever the child of current deconstructionist thought from theory of post modern critique. Which is hard for me to understand as you note the trajectory of one to the other rather seemlessly.

    I am going to stand where I came in on this by way of the examples and the analysis I provide.

    I am unclear where to to start a conversation about Marxist and communist theory with someone who doesn’t grasp that Karl Marx’s entire purpose was to social justice for the common man. Economic justice to the purpose of social equality (justice). The contention is that by breaking mercantilism and capitalism into models of injustice a more just model of individual human dignity and worth for all can be achieved. Economic injustice breeds all manner of subsequent injustices -

  111. @dfordoom

    ” Feminism, the attacks on the family-these were part of the agenda of the New Left, and the New Left represented the abandonment of actual Left-Wing/ Marxist beliefs”.

    Once again total nonsense and historical ignorance non-plus-ultra.

    Within the eastern european so-called workers paradises, the main party-line and striving had been the reduction and elimination of the prime social status of the the “family”, and the elimination of the shame associated with the practice of sexual ” liberation” aka promiscuity, and this zeal and goal had been very much part of the “Marxist” cause, and NOT CONTRARY thereto as claimed by yourself.

    Your preoccupation with “New left” and “Old Left” serves as example for your unawareness of actual trend and goals within the WHOLE of the leftist worldview, as if the “New Left” are the “Good guys” and are somehow absolved and forgiven for the crimes of the “Old-left” : You have no clue as to what you are blathering about.

    And oh yeah , myself having spent time within several east-block countries long before the fall of the wall, and I KNOW whtf I am talking about.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician.

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    , @Wally
  112. @dfordoom

    Sorry for the late reply, and with all due respect (seriously, this time, because I’ve usually agreed with your writing): I have heard the theory you bring up here in the history of totalitarian societies. I see that concept, but I think things are different in this case. (Yeah, I know, I know, “we’ve heard that before”.)

    Americans are used to living fairly prosperously, so this does not compare to say 1980′s USSR or Red China. Things have been going only slowly downhill financially, but Americans right now are in denial mode. The former middle class people have been trying to keep up the same living standard via debt of all sorts – student loans are a big one, but 6 or 7-freakin’-year auto loans and credit card debt are all up. It won’t last, and I imagine, being D-for-”Doom”, you’d agree with that.

    As I wrote, regular white Americans are still trying to live a peaceful life and keep what’s left of their formerly good jobs. They hope that they will be left alone, and part of that is by fearing to do anything to cause them to be called names, like “racist”, “xenophobe“, “Nazi” or even “white”, for that matter.

    As times get much tougher for them, they young ones with the pent-up energy and pent-up anger will have had enough, with not a whole lot left to lose. Once a large enough mass has quit caring about the name calling or even an arrest on their records, things will change very quickly.

    So, I don’t agree, but would be glad to discuss it further. Of course, I’m just speculating, but aren’t well all?!

    Thanks for the reply, D.

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  113. Wally says:
    @Amanda Huginkiss

    I saw no mention of Baader Meinhof in his post.

    You’re imagining things. Do better next time.

    http://www.codoh.com

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  114. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I, too, was doctrinaire libertarian, extremely well read about it, active, a little connected.
    I have changed as well.
    The most important issue is development of a White identity, JUST FOR SURVIVAL SAKE.
    It doesn’t have to be racist per se.
    As others have pointed out, immigration is key corollary .
    How do things stop deteriorating when even the cucked Republicans can never win an election ever again?

    Libertarianism is actually an enemy in the short term.
    It is not that the tenets are so much wrong; it is that they have unintended consequences in a mixed economy, which we will always have.
    It is a pipedream, a fantasy.
    Look at Reason magazine and Cato pushing for open borders.
    If they succeed, they may be outlawed?!
    There are numerous other examples.

    A profound saying I think I made up is apropos:
    Libertarianism–a perfect theory in search of a perfect world.

  115. George says:

    “Campus Craziness Will Awaken Trump’s Silent Majority ”

    Why? The public school students have been trained to do what teacher says. The hard hat union workers of the 60s are gone. The violent street fighters are Antifa.

  116. @Wally

    ” I saw no mention of BM in his post”

    Doesn’t matter as she/he gets the general drift, and she/he is right on the money regarding the profound German influence upon the US leftist scene.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician.

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  117. Karl says:
    @Joseph Doaks

    38 Joseph Doaks > As part of Trump’s base, I have lost my enthusiasm and no longer feel “mobilized.”

    translation: I gave up and went back to my amazon cart, like white people always do

  118. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Authenticjazzman

    as if the “New Left” are the “Good guys” and are somehow absolved and forgiven for the crimes of the “Old-left”

    I was actually arguing that the New Left are the Bad Guys. They’re just tools of global capitalism.

  119. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Achmed E. Newman

    As times get much tougher for them, they young ones with the pent-up energy and pent-up anger will have had enough, with not a whole lot left to lose. Once a large enough mass has quit caring about the name calling or even an arrest on their records, things will change very quickly.

    The real key is leadership. There has never been a truly spontaneous uprising of the masses. Leadership is required. Which means not just a leader but a strong disciplined leadership group (a revolutionary vanguard if you like).

    And that’s a big problem. There are indeed plenty of dissidents at the moment, people who are thoroughly fed up, but that leadership is lacking.

    Given capable leadership it may be possible to stage a successful revolution (or in this case counter-revolution) even when the screws of oppression have been tightened but in that case it would require very smart very determined leaders.

    So far there’s no sign of the necessary leadership. We need a Lenin or a Mao. Lenin and Mao were evil men but as revolutionaries they were certainly geniuses. We need a conservative non-evil Lenin!

    The great advantage of Marxism is that it seemed to encourage the kind of disciplined thinking and ruthlessness (and patience) that a successful revolution requires. The Bolsheviks were a tiny group but they won.

  120. Wally says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    I does matter, you didn’t say BM, and he said nothing of a German influence on the US left.

    Please explain your claimed “German” influence of the US left. Be specific.
    I’m waiting.

    http://www.codoh.com

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  121. Wally says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    said:
    “And oh yeah , myself having spent time within several east-block countries long before the fall of the wall, and I KNOW whtf I am talking about. ”

    No you don’t.

    As if living on a US military base taught you anything. LOL

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  122. @Wally

    ” As if living on a US military base taught you anything”

    I was a civilian at that time and not “Living on a US military base”,and just what the hell are you talking about? Since when did the US have any bases within east block Warsaw pact countries such as east Germany, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, etc.

    I spent time in several east block contries before the fall of the Berlin wall as a civilian, early seventies, where there were absolutely no US bases, the east block at that time having been “enemy territory”.

    Authenticjazzman ” Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician.

  123. @Wally

    ” Please explain your claimed “German” influence of the US left, be specific”

    Firstly the “Green” movement having been birthed, late sixties, in Germany as the “Grüne”, their anti-capitalistist climate hysteria having been adopted by the US left and now the basic SOP for the DNC.

    Secondly the “Anti-Fa” movement originated in Germany during the sixties being the basis for the Baader-Meinhoff, crazies, and their other violent anti-capitalist cohorts.

    Thirdly, Germany has erroneously, since the sixties, been a model for the US left due to the US left’s misunderstanding and misinterpretation of Germany as a “leftist” societal entity, Germany being a hard-core capitalist state with a few “social” vote-buying give-aways such a permanent unemployment compensation and imposed heath insurance.
    However other aspects such as thirty years debt forgiveness render it as in fact a bastion of capitalist workings, and in fact grossly mislabeled, misunderstood, and falsely idolized by the stupid US left.
    Look friend you simply do not know what you are talking about, and engaging in any kind of factual conversation with you is nothing but a futile and exausting exercize in futility, so let’s just agree to not agree and leave it at that.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained USArmy vet, and pro jazz musician.

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  124. @Authenticjazzman

    Antifa originally goes back to the teens and early 20′s. Beyond that you’re basically right, although one could argue the National Socialists developed the green Ideology first

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  125. @Chemnitzer

    ” Antifa originally goes back to the teens and early 20′s”

    Yes and no, as of course during the (failed) German communist revolution the leftists were indeed consumed with the idea of defeating the so-called : “Facists” : therefore = “Antifa”.

    However as a singular motto, as a a banner to be employed against the other side, “Antifa” came into prominence during the 68 uprising.

    And yeah most Leftists purposely ignore and avoid the “nature” movement, the “green” movement propagated and promoted by the National Socialists, so as not to be viewed as quilty by association.

    Authenticjazzman “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US Army vet, and pro jazz musician.

  126. Bill says:
    @Authenticjazzman

    Just what does my observation have to do with the “seventies”, as the marxist brainwashing in the US edumacation system continues to this day.

    Remind me again, o king of mensa, are solving riddles and getting jokes g-loaded?

  127. Bill says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    Shocking as it may seem, the slogans they teach you over at National Review aren’t actually, you know, true.

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