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A crime scene. The aesthetics of a horror movie. Sinister music. This is the latest Trump attack ad exposing Joe Biden’s “racism problem,” released a day after rioting in Chicago. The Trump campaign is engaging in offense archaeology, digging up a Biden statement from all the way back in 1973. Other Trump ads criticized Biden’s opposition to busing and his support for a 1994 crime bill that incarcerated a large number of African-American men. The Trump camp called out Biden’s association with Robert Byrd, who was a member of the KKK — in 1946. It was desperate stuff, and reinforced the notion that racism wasn’t just bad, but the worst evil imaginable — and should be used as the main determinant of whether to elect someone to the most powerful position in the world. America has shut down over a pandemic and is in the midst of a recession, but racism still overwhelms all other issues. Several American cities resembled warzones in the aftermath of rioting and looting, but the official GOP Twitter account was labeling Biden as “the architect of mass incarceration” — because being tough on crime is racist.

The Republican campaign strategy has for some time been to claim that “Democrats are the real racists.” Republicans paint themselves as the genuine defenders of black people, whereas Democrats, we’re told, keep blacks on the “Democratic plantation.” Dinesh D’Souza is the master of this style, producing overblown propaganda that intercuts footage of the KKK with Hillary Clinton. Conservatism has been, in the words of Gregory Hood, “reduced to claiming it is actually the true version of American liberalism, and even to claiming past Leftist triumphs as its own.” The Republicans are mirroring and amplifying the PC hysteria of the Left, playing their part in turning America into a nation of hyperventilating racism hunters. They co-opted wholesale the liberal tenets of anti-racism, reframing their own causes as racial justice issues: damning abortion as responsible for “black genocide,” to take one moronic example. Every time they call a Democrat racist, they are pushing the whole debate leftward, positioning racial justice as the primary arbiter of legitimacy to govern. D’Souza’s overblown propaganda doesn’t stop at calling the Democrats racist. The blurb of his book The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left reads: “In a sick inversion, the real fascists in American politics masquerade as anti-fascists and accuse the real anti-fascists of being fascists.”

Everybody accuses everybody of being a fascist, all the time.

To borrow the absurdist hyperbole of D’Souza, if the Democrats are the real racists (they aren’t and who cares), the Republicans are the real Social Justice Warriors and Trump is a shrieking blue-haired Antifa in Chief. It’s from this febrile milieu of bipartisan hypersensitivity to racial issues that movements like Black Lives Matter and Antifa emerged.

Republicans respond to Black Lives Matter

BLM was successfully undermining the legitimacy of American institutions and demonizing the country’s history. The BLM website claimed African Americans are “systematically and intentionally targeted for demise” while the umbrella group Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) claimed the United States is waging “war on black people” and subjecting them to “constant exploitation and perpetual oppression.” It was extreme rhetoric that required a full-throated response of unapologetic moral clarity, but was met instead by stupefaction. The responses ranged from cowed silence and acquiescence to total capitulation. Mitt Romney and Senator Mike Braun outright supported the movement. In a cringeworthy video posted to Twitter, Marco Rubio presented the anger of the rioters as a fully rational response to the racism of white America: “Their lives are held with less value because of the color of their skin. This is an ongoing problem that has haunted us for much too long and it must be addressed. The anger you saw spill over in these protests across the country: that’s where it comes from.” In a speech on the Senate floor, Rubio called for “a full reckoning with racial inequities that still plague our nation” in order for us to become “more fully American.”

George W. Bush released a craven and mawkish statement that spoke of “injustice and fear that suffocate our country.” It was “not the time for us to lecture” but rather “time for us to listen.” George Floyd’s drug overdose “raises a long-overdue question: How do we end systemic racism in our society?” The most violent ethnic group is presented as the victim: “It remains a shocking failure that many African-Americans are harassed and threatened in their own country.” This was unsurprising from a President who has spent his retirement painting amateur portraits of immigrants with a hope to “focus our collective attention on the positive impacts that immigrants are making on our country.”

Republicans have been keen to blame the looting and rioting on Antifa rather than Black Lives Matter. Ted Cruz pointed to “skinny white trust-fund ANTIFA kids” who he alleged were “burning black-owned small businesses and murdering black police officers.” In Portland, most of the violent activists were white, but they were targeting a Federal court building — not black businesses. In every other city, this was a lie whose sole purpose was to get black people off the hook while smearing whites. If Republicans criticize BLM at all, it’s for their alleged Marxism — never for their anti-white animosity. Criticism of BLM itself is framed exclusively in terms of black interests. The looting and rioting “damage black-owned businesses” and “hurt black communities,” we’re told — even though much of the rioting targeted wealthy non-black precincts. Lindsey Graham complained that the organization “hurts minority families.” In an interview with OANN, Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler bravely spoke out against BLM — for anti-Semitism. Republicans will get animated and passionate when it comes to condemning anti-Semitism but are AWOL in the face of anti-white hysteria. However perturbed they may be feeling, white Americans recognize that defending white people is the ultimate taboo. Rudy Giuliani was a lone voice saying the obvious, yet unsayable: “These are people who hate white people.”

Black Lives Matter owe more to the Republican Party than to Karl Marx

Civil Rights have become America’s new civic religion and conservatives helped to make that happen. Kevin D. Williamson, writing in the National Review, referred to the Republican Party as “the Party of Civil Rights.” In 1983, Ronald Reagan signed a bill into law that made Martin Luther King the only American with his own national holiday. The King holiday wasn’t trivial. It didn’t just cement King as a national icon in the pantheon of American history. It helped to refocus the narrative of America. No longer was it primarily the story of the founders but rather a forever-ongoing story of racial justice in which white people are the malefactors. Republicans have come to mythologize and eulogize King every bit as much as the Democrats. George W. Bush called him a “second founder,” while Charles Krauthammer deemed him a “prophet.” King became the protagonist of the new deeply emotive morality play of American history and the defining icon of American political ideology — the lodestar of what it meant to be an American. In 1998, Sam Francis wrote stridently about what the holiday represented, in terms that to most people would have, until recently, sounded paranoid and overblown, but have proven to be prescient:

It is hardly an accident that in the years since the enactment of the holiday and the elevation of King as a national icon, movements to ban the teaching of “Western civilization” came to fruition in major American universities, Thomas Jefferson was denounced as a “racist” and “slaveowner,” and George Washington’s name was removed from a public school in New Orleans on the grounds that he too owned slaves. In the new nation and the new creed of which the King holiday serves as a symbol, all institutions, values, heroes, and symbols that violate the dogma of equality are dethroned and must be eradicated. Those associated with the South and the Confederacy are merely the most obvious violations of the egalitarian dogma and therefore must be the first to go, but they will by no means be the last.

Having instilled the Civil Rights Movement with moral grandeur, it is unsurprising that today’s radicals feel endowed with moral authority as they assault people and destroy property. Commemorating the holiday in 1987, Reagan pioneered cancel culture, urging Americans to “be totally intolerant to racism anywhere around you.” Black Lives Matter and Antifa have taken that to the nth degree. While the mainstream conservative media recently made a show of railing against cancel culture, they had themselves purged everybody with anything sensible to say about race long ago. With their hyperfocus on a single line from a single speech (“they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character”) the Republican establishment fundamentally misrepresents what Martin Luther King stood for. King unequivocally supported affirmative action, writing that “a society that has done something special against the Negro for hundreds of years must now do something special for him” and arguing that blacks deserve “special, compensatory measures.” Christopher Caldwell, in his new path-breaking book The Age of Entitlement, writes:

Republicans and others who may have been uneasy that the constitutional baby had been thrown out with the segregationist bathwater consoled themselves with a myth: The “good” civil rights movement that the martyred Martin Luther King, Jr., had pursued in the 1960s had, they said, been “hijacked” in the 1970s by a “radical” one of affirmative action, with its quotas and diktats. . . . None of that was true. Affirmative action and political correctness were the twin pillars of the second constitution. They were what civil rights was.”

Trump derangement syndrome

Trump has been the primary figure of hate in these protests, his existence provoking the worst extremes from the Left. Trump is an almost singular aberration to the liberal norms of Conservatism Inc. Looking at the Never Trumpers — the “principled conservatives” trying to “save the soul of the movement” from anybody that articulated the interests of white people — it’s inaccurate to describe them as RINOs. They are the Republican Party, and Trump is the outlier.

The Republican establishment had wanted Jeb Bush to win, a man who referred to illegal border crossing as “an act of love.” Gov. Nikki Haley tried to link Trump’s style of rhetoric to the terrorist Dylann Roof. Erick Erickson, the editor of RedState, called Trump a “fascist” and a “racist” while Lindsey Graham called him a “race-baiting, xenophobic religious bigot.” To Graham, the greatness of America is defined by its anti-racist activism: the true way to “Make America Great Again” was to tell the racist Donald Trump to “go to hell.” In 2016, Graham believed “we’ve lost the moral authority to govern” the country if Trump gets elected. Black Lives Matter agrees, seeing no legitimacy in the current administration or the institutions of the state. Yet Donald Trump himself was a cuckservative all along.

On the day of “Civil Rights icon” Rep. John Lewis’ death, President Trump ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in all public buildings, military posts, and embassies. The man who had been voted in on the promise to build a big beautiful wall spent the Republican National Convention presiding over a naturalization ceremony for five new citizens, clearly chosen to represent the full rainbow of diversity: an African, a Muslim woman in a headscarf, an Indian lady, a Japanese man, and someone of indeterminate ethnicity. If, as one of the speakers at the convention claimed, America was “founded on ideas, not identity,” then why not? They’ll all vote Democrat, but who cares? Republican Congressman Tim Burchett tweeted that while he thought Kamala Harris was “wrong on about every Dadgum issue” it was “pretty cool that we live in a country where an immigrant couple can have a girl that can have a shot at being the most powerful person in the world.” Republicans are happy to pass power to outsiders who look back on American history with contempt. Anybody that doesn’t toe the line is maligned. Bill Kristol, to take one example, smeared Tucker Carlson’s show as “close now to racism, white — I mean, I don’t know if it’s racism exactly — but ethnonationalism of some kind.” Republicans have capitalized on white nostalgia and the problems of diversity (gun control, for example, is an emotive issue due to fear of black criminality) yet use their power to quash white ethnic sentiments. Trump had made the occasional rhetorical appeal to nationalists, but that’s proven to be cynical and empty pandering that has given way to the Republican consensus of a post-American America.

The inevitable result of a maladaptive worldview

The egalitarian universalist ideology of America’s nominal conservatives was summed up by the influential political columnist George F. Will, who had once coached Ronald Reagan for a debate with Jimmy Carter. Will believed that “it won’t do to say that a million English immigrants would be easier for Virginia to assimilate than a million Zulus“ because America is “a polyglot nation of immigrants” for whom unity is based solely on “a proposition.” The historian Mark Weber, in a speech delivered in 2015, correctly predicted future disorder as an inevitable byproduct of this elite ideological consensus:

In the months and years to come events will continue to unfold in keeping with the futile efforts to make reality conform to an impossible governing ideology. . . Just as the former Soviet Union eventually fell apart as an inevitable consequence of trying to organize society on the basis of an ideology and principles unrooted in historical social and biological reality, so also this society will and must continue to decline as it tries to force nature and reality to conform to wishful thinking based on an unsound worldview.

The truth is that the insurrection of 2020 is not a perversion of the memory of Martin Luther King. It is the logical culmination of the Civil Rights movement itself.It’s convenient for conservatives to point the finger at the radical professors of critical race theory, as it gets them off the hook. They have no desire to question their Panglossian blank-slate egalitarian worldview. Like an episode of Scooby-Doo, peel back the mask and it was an old dead white guy all along — as if this isn’t a race problem writ large but rather the fault of some nutty professors at the University of Marxism-Leninism. While critical race theory is worthy of critique, to see it as the root cause of the current chaos is wrong. It implies there is nothing intrinsically problematic about diversity: things would have worked out perfectly if only it wasn’t for those pesky Marxists ruining everything. In the mind of George F. Will, if we simply put a Milton Friedman book in the hands of black college students, we’ll be back on track to racial utopia. Beltway Republicans use the long-expired specter of Karl Marx as the scapegoat for their own failed ideology. A million Zulus? Sure, just don’t let them read Das Kapital. As Mike Pence put it, “if we rededicate ourselves to the ideals” of Martin Luther King, we will “see our way through these divided times.” The current anarchy is dismissed as just a blip on the road to “a more perfect union.”

The Republican Jacobins

Mitt Romney didn’t just march with Black Lives Matter. He also expressed support for Antifa. Responding to the violent clashes in Charlottesville in 2017, Romney asserted that Antifa and those he described as “racist, bigoted, Nazis” exist in “morally different universes.” Violence is justifiable, so long as it’s in the cause of anti-racism. John McCain similarly contended there was “no moral equivalency” between nationalists and “Americans standing up to defy hate and bigotry.” Charlottesville was a precursor to the current violence and leading Republicans had painted the culprits as morally righteous.

Unable to interpret anything outside of a Republican/Democrat dichotomy, the hyper-partisan Dinesh D’Souza called for an intensifying of the mass iconoclasm: “The only answer to them knocking down our statues (Columbus, Washington, Lincoln) is for us to knock down their statues. I recommend three notorious racists: Woodrow Wilson, FDR, LBJ. If we don’t do to them what they are doing to us, they will never stop.” The protestors didn’t care about political affiliation — they were pulling down every totem of whiteness they could find. Inspired by BLM, Congressman Dan Crenshaw wanted to play his part in destroying America’s past: “Republicans won the civil war. That’s our history. Democrats have a long list of segregationists & KKK members. That’s their history. I’m glad to help them confront that racist past & voted to remove these Democrat statues.”

The founding fathers and the majority of American presidents throughout history were white supremacists. If they’re true to their own values, Republicans should want to detonate and flatten almost the entirety of Washington’s statuary. Perhaps what needs to be toppled is not the effigies of men who presided over a functioning society, but the edifice of Martin Luther King, whose legacy renders America a failed state on the precipice of civil war.

(Republished from Counter-Currents Publishing by permission of author or representative)
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  1. Rational says:


    Good points. The RINO’s are a stupid party.

    Joe Biden has advanced Alzheimer’s as his own videos prove. He calls himself Joe Biden, husband of Joe Biden at least 3 different times. These are NOT gaffes, but serious Alzheimer’s symptoms. Eg.


    He said Biden will beat Joe Biden.

    Here is a clip by Reuters dated 2/25/2020, in which Biden says he is running
    for the senate.

    In a Fox News Interview with Chris Wallace, Biden forgot his Interviewer’s name
    And called him Chuck.

    Watch Joe Biden saying he is the husband of Joe Biden, as in this video by The Sun.

    On PBS News Hour, he said: “Good afternoon, everyone. As Lilly already indicated, I’m Joe Biden’s husband, Joe Biden.”

    Example 2: In what looks like a school, Joe Biden again said he is Joe Biden’s husband:

    Example 3: After a primary, Biden gave a speech in which he also said he is Joe Biden’s husband And Works for Cedrick And Somebody Takes Him to School! See this clip from NBC News:

    In other words, he does not know he is a Presidential candidate, but thinks he is a child being taken to school. He has lost most of his adult memory, it seems. He has regressed to a mental age of a 10 year old.

    These are signs of severe advanced Alzheimer’s disease, and this is what the Republicans must focus on.

    I have done the homework for them, as above. They need to play the above videos in their ads and tell the public outright that Joe Biden has advanced Alzheimer’s.

    Please forward this comment to all your relatives and friends so they can spread the word, which is an American disgrace, that an Alzheimer’s patient is being installed as US President by the Judaists, and the Jewish controlled media is covering up this scam up.

  2. @Rational

    We KNOW all that!

    Try to understand that Quid Pro Joe IS NOT the candidate. It couldn’t be any clearer.

    The nasty, corrupt Indian chick from Calif is the candidate. Shout THAT from the rooftops to wake-up the clueless in America.

  3. What is developing, deep in the backwaters of rural America and surprisingly, in America’s overcrowded and unaccountable prison system is a surprising amalgamation in the attitudes of many whites and a shocking number of black men who have been “down” for a considerable period of time is a generalized dissatisfaction with not only the inevitably corrupted institutions of this ruptured republic; but also deepening understanding of just who happen to be the enemies of the American people.

    Generally rural folk are regarded as the “deplorables of fly-over country” and the massive numbers of incarcerated Americans are viewed as mere ciphers and ignorant criminals who belong behind bars. Viewed from ground or even basement level,Rural Americans are still imbued with “can-do” attitudes and abilities and that otherwise disappearing quality called common sense. Prisoners have time on their hands and what do a goodly number of them do with that otherwise constricted time—they read, they talk and they compare notes.

    Genuine revolutions spring from changes in consciousness. Both rural folk and incarcerated Americans have friends and family on the “outside”– or the inside, in the case of the former. Word gets out and gets around. Emerging from the depths of the American spirit is a welling-up of disgust with a rotten, totally corrupted system. The development remains foggy and blurred, even within itself, but ultimately such cultural fermentation develops into a powerful force. ALL elites are in the crosshairs of a pissed-off posse of pissed-on peons. It is merely a matter of time.

    • Thanks: Kali, gay troll
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  4. bruce county says:

    The nasty, corrupt Indian chick from Calif is the candidate. Shout THAT from the rooftops to wake-up the clueless in America.

    Exactly. Beware of the pretty brown cookie with the dot.


  5. Black people are the future. According to demographic projections, there will be 490 trillion of them by 2030.

    They need weaves, certain types of lotions for their skin, they enjoy different types of wheels and tires On their vehicles. They enjoy grape drinks and various fruits. Chicken is a favored protein, especially if fried. Music is central to their lives, as is WAP (wet ass pussy).

    They are a happy people until they are angered. There are a variety of what are called micro-aggressions that can anger them.

    Our hero, President Abraham Lincoln fought a heroic war that would allow us to live together. A great man.

    Now we must coexist. Let’s make whatever sacrifices are needed for President Lincoln,

    • LOL: Bro43rd
  6. Somehow I do not see how the comment is tied to RINO’s party.
    Otherwise it is excellent valuable comment.
    Concerning the article.
    Appeasement and promises to Black particularly at times before elections, and then not to keep the promises only increases the bitterness of Blacks.
    But also oppression of Blacks did cease to exist quite a long time ego in my opinion.
    At least I do not see any reason for complains of blacks.
    There is talk about systematic racism. Systematic racism is undefined abstract term.
    Luther did complain about Catholicism but at least he did spell out all his complains (I think 99 points) and did nail the list to the door of monastery.
    Followers of Martin Luther King should do the same.

  7. USA1943 says:

    He did well, on his Acceptance Speech (Regardless of whether or not one agrees with it)
    He did well in his last debate with Bernie Sanders.

    Biden makes a LOT of Major Mistakes/Gaffes Blunders Examples The City of Arizona, You know the thing, and OFTEN says things that don’t make any sense, Yet he is still ahead in the Polls, meaning MOST people are NOT aware he is having problems (many don’t follow politics until a couple of days before the Presidential Election) So if he gets through the 3 Debates that are 2-3 hours each, he will likely win. If he really has advanced Alzheimers it is Extremely Unlikely he gets through even one 2 Hour Speech, where he has to think on the spot, IF he has Advanced Alzheimer’s wouldn’t he be replaced by either Sanders who had the 2nd most Delegates or K. Harris who Biden picked for his VP?
    Do even the Democrats want a man suffering from Dementia (Which will only get worse) to have The Nuclear Codes?

  8. “To borrow the absurdist hyperbole of D’Souza, if the Democrats are the real racists (they aren’t and who cares), the Republicans are the real Social Justice Warriors and Trump is a shrieking Antifa in Chief. It’s from this febrile milieu of bipartisan hypersensitivity to racial issues that movements like Black Lives Matter and Antifa emerged.”

    This is exactly it: You don’t let your enemy pick the battlefield. Too much territory has been ceded by now.

    Another great point never mentioned comes later in the article: “our side” in the mainstream never attacks anti-white – esp. not black-on-white – racism. That is to say: They never defend us. It’s as if there is no battle.

    • Agree: frontier
  9. Exile says:

    The establishment Republican Party has completely internalized Jewish/Prog morality, anti-White blood libels and the “Judeo-Christian” narratives of American slavery as the Exodus and the Holocaust as the Crucifixion.

    What we’re seeing in the streets and in politics, culture, media & education is a moral and quasi-religious struggle. And you cannot win that kind of fight by adopting the opponent’s morality.

    Cuckservatives are taking a knee and fighting with one arm.

    As Occidental Dissent pointed out recently, their concerns about “optics” wholly disarm them in a struggle that is first and foremost about the Will to exercise Power.

    And you can’t help but shudder at their unseemly, try-hard Potemkin Pickaninny village of Black, Latino and Gay replacement voters being paraded onstage at every event.

    As for the self-loathing Whites cowering behind them, they’re pigeon-chested chinless Last Men, every one.

    • Agree: Realist, 3g4me
    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Anonymous
  10. anon[199] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    Well, what I learned from this article is that George Bush is getting to be a pretty dope painter.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
    , @Notsofast
  11. Anonymous[179] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s never easy posting dissenting views in what is becoming an increasingly White supremacist website such as UR. Which is rather odd given the justifiable and relentless criticism of the stranglehold of Jewish power over this and other Western countries. The website is devoting ballooning numbers of pieces lamenting the perceived demise of White Western civilization and in the process placing blame squarely at the doorsteps of those barbaric minority groups. Aside from the relatively recent rise of China as an economic power, America along with other Western powers still remain the dominant global military, cultural and economic powers. All the horrendous crimes committed against nations through war notwithstanding, including colonial misadventures and lately the imposition of crippling sanctions on nations that refuse to toe the American imperial line, one would have thought America and her allies have never had it so good – at least until Covid came along. Having said that and back to the usual scapegoats, Blacks, whether they are for Democrats or Republicans may be facing a choice of lesser racist evils. But a lesser evil still remains just that – an evil. And lest the usual childish argument of Blacks going back to Africa is raised, an unpleasant reminder is warranted here that this country has on no occasion in its entire history been a purely White one and no future occasion will likely change that inescapable, if immutable, fact. So all the yearnings for “the good old days” are those of a growing number of deluded bigots refusing to accept reality as it is, and not as they would have it.

  12. anon[161] • Disclaimer says:

    .Get real, You are completely clueless what ADVANCED ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE looks like and are minimizing the true condition.

    Equally, the author saying US cities look like “war zones” is absurd, trivializing actual war zones that USians inflict on others.

  13. In 1983, Ronald Reagan signed a bill into law that made Martin Luther King the only American with their own national holiday.

    “Their”? King is plural?

    Besides, it isn’t true. Washington’s Birthday is still a federal holiday. Look it up. “Presidents’ Day” has no official status.

    I recommend three notorious racists: Woodrow Wilson, FDR, LBJ.

    Change “racists” to “war criminals”, and I’ll support their removal as well. Not just in DC, but in Paris as well.

    King unequivocally supported affirmative action…

    Since there was absolutely zero chance Africans could have arrived here on their own power, slavery counts as affirmative action as well. Defenders of the Old South make the claim that the slaves lived better than their brothers back in Africa.

    True. But there is no way on earth they deserved to.

    America has been kissing black ass for 400 years. Why jump on a party of neophytes for jumping on the bandwagon?

    • LOL: TimeTraveller
  14. It’s photoshop stupid!

  15. @USA1943

    Ahem, let me repeat myself from above.

    Braindead Biden IS NOT the candidate! Time for people to knock themselves out of their mental ruts and grasp what the tactic is with the Dem Party in this election. It’s called: Bait and Switch.

    By design, Biden wouldn’t complete a year as POTUS (in the highly unlikely event he won.) Harris would become America’s Marxist leader, as planned.

    • Replies: @Sya Beerens
  16. @The Real World

    For the rest of the world to suffer the consequences as usual….

  17. Larry says:
    @Ponce Faggy

    If you are referring to the article and the author, spot on.

  18. vot tak says:

    “Republicans are the Real Social Justice Warriors”

    If one is an israeli firster, far right, zionazi-gay, websayanim, or one of their pathetic toys, yeah sure… 😀

    • Agree: TimeTraveller
  19. Anonymous[214] • Disclaimer says:

    I saw the title and briefly thought this would be a sane and salutary article.
    Imagine being so stupid that you can’t discern the ethnicity of a woman that the President himself says is from Lebanon.
    Literally the only demographic where Trump will lose votes this November will be actual dumbass racialists.

    • Troll: Exile
  20. @Rational

    I’m still voting for Joe Biden, because he’s the Real Racist.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
  21. It would certainly be more consanant with conservative values to simply point out that the Demonrats put a big capital D in


    A vote for a (D) is a vote for


    to average Americans.

    • Agree: sonofman
    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  22. MLK says:

    My considered view, certainly since the financial crisis, was that before we came out the other side one of the two major parties would disappear like the Whigs in the mid-1800s.

    The Republican Party was the odds on favorite to go bye-bye, not the least because the Democratic Party is the party of government and thus has a built-in base.

    Then Trump survived their malefactions to take the oath and the battle Royale has really engaged.

    That’s a concise context for considering where the so-called alt-right has been in this fight. I can’t be the only one to notice it’s been an insult to the intelligence parody of Democrat-controlled opposition since 2016.

    My view then was if you believed that David Duke was going on CNN every week to declare his support for Trump because he really wanted Trump to win then you were entitled to special needs SS disability payments.

    Just recently, the Democrats had the fabulous Richard Spencer endorse Biden so that exposing his anti-Trump malefactions (e.g. “hail Trump;” The Charlottesville set-piece in partnership with Obama operative Jason Kessler).

    Since we live in the age of compromise and we have that Internet thingie, at least for now. That makes it much easier than it used to be to see who the Democrats and their allied permanent government operatives have by the short-hairs.

    Meanwhile, we have an election to win and, with a few notable exceptions, the alt-right headliners are once again trying to throw it to the Democrat.

    • Replies: @Exile
  23. gotmituns says:
    @The Real World

    BINGO – Anyone who doesn’t understand this is an A#1 DOPE…

  24. Rich says:

    Deep in the heart of every country club Republican is the hope they can split the black vote. Blacks will never vote for repubs, they won’t even vote for black repubs. Trump won using what’s known as the “Sailer Strategy”, whether he knew it or not. Now, like Romney and McCain before him, his campaign is trying to find that mythical black Republican voter that most be out there somewhere. I hope it doesn’t backfire and lead to his defeat, because even with all his faults, a president harris will take away our civil rights and force us to pay out money to her people. I wish it was a young Barry Goldwater running, but I’ll take an old Trump over Biden for a week, then harris for years.

  25. sonofman says:

    The logical culmination of the civil rights movement was the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States. During his eight years as President, and all of the years since the end of the civil war, no one was interested in tearing down any reminders of the Confederacy. No one questioned the relevance of the achievements of the Founding Fathers, despite the fact that some of them owned slaves. Why is “racism” all of a sudden such a prominent theme and so heinous that even the history of it should be erased, with rioting and looting accepted in support of an organization that is also, “racist”.

    Morgan Freeman has the best solution to end “racism”. Just don’t talk about it.

    But noooooooo, it is the main stream and social media that started and continue to proliferate this concoction and use it as a political weapon.

    But please, be reminded that, according to Article 20 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, propaganda that constitutes incitement to discrimination, violence and hostility, is prohibited.

    • Replies: @Poco
    , @Tony Hall
  26. A major part of what has made American liberalism obsolete is its stubborn refusal to acknowledge that anti white racism exists in the black community as deeply as its mirror image survives among whites. How about the obvious explanation that most human beings are selfish a*holes (many are also greedy, mean and/or stupid), regardless of the pigment in their skin, or whatever other artificial differentiation passes for reality? One might also suspect that a culture that values competition higher than cooperation might have something to do with the mess we are in too.

    One author put it this way, “Racial antipathy is the most emotional and embarrassing scandal of the American civic religion. Its intractability all but voids the self-congratulatory delusion that America is somehow the new Israel with a holy destiny to reform the world in its image. But blaming individual blacks or whites for the poor behavior their culture expects of them is a simplistic reaction that robs both of their humanity. In truth, nothing more than flawed human nature is revealed in our shared racist past and present.”

    No wonder some of us wish it were all a simple morality play with identifiably “bad” actors to hiss and “good” actors to cheer.

    MLK has been neutered into a meaningless feel-good icon. He was murdered because he was beginning to connect the dots between imperialism and racism. The issue that is destroying our country is what it’s long been, that our bloated military and global aggression are the greatest threats to our domestic liberty, and once again it is a non-issue this election cycle. Much more exciting to obsess over “racism” and not challenge the modest intellect of an electorate that really thinks Biden is a radical leftist or that Trump is the fire breathing reincarnation of Hitler

    As for Mitt Romney, he never met a butt he wouldn’t pucker up to if he thought it would enhance his drive for power over “Gentiles”, the non-Mormons he is covenanted to oppose.

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  27. A Comment says:

    Shame on you, you hateful liar.

    • Troll: TimeTraveller
  28. Emily says:

    Kenosha Kid.
    Kyle now a legend….a ballad….

    And a few more links.
    Tucker Carlson with John Pierce, Kyle’s attourney
    And the cold blooded murder in Portland by the Antifa killer – still not arrested….
    Interview with his friend who was almost murdered in cold blood as well in Portland.
    No arrest – surprise…
    And a link to a donation site endorsed by Lin Wood and John Pierce.
    The only one still taking doations though being sabotaged but managing to keep going although banned by Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for so doing.
    So if anyone wants to donate – this is an excellent site and endorsed by Lin Wood and John Pierce.
    Unlike Go Fund me – who take 15% of your donation and have now come out as what looks like a political front – this christian group take nothing – it all goes to the recipient

  29. @anon

    Well, what I learned from this article is that George Bush is getting to be a pretty dope painter.

    Shame he didn’t ‘git gud’ before those go-nowhere trillion dollar wars.

  30. Exile says:

    Meandering anti-rayscisms world-salad.

    Pushing back against increasingly violent and destructive riots is not some irrational overreaction. We know what we’re seeing and we know it’s wrong.

    I believe my lying eyes over your “go back to sleep, bigots” gas-lighting.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  31. Exile says:

    Pretending that four more years of Trump will get you anything more than the first four is pure fantasy.

    The election is a 51-49 nothingburger from the perspective of White interests.

    Trump is jailing guys like Jack Corbin and can’t even say the word “White.” Four more years of Trump will get you more Zionism, more posing on immigration and more risk of gun control from the Right side, but four years of Biden will be awful too.

    Counter-signaling the “alt-Right” with stale Charlottesville memes and pretending Trump is some kind of challenge to the status-quo suggests you’re another Am-Nat/MAGA shill paid to salt these threads with GOP hopium, And the MLK handle is icing on the cake.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @MLK
  32. Poco says:

    That article 20 thingie is most likely intended as a cudgel against Whites as well, because pox aren’t capable of institutional racism. (Or any other discrimination because they were born pox.)
    That’s how it will be interpreted by the left, and that’s what will be rammed down our throats. Bank on it.

  33. We are repeatedly ((told))) our future is Mexican; by the numbers this appears to be true.

    Mexicans (generally) despise blacks and have zero guilt about it; retardicans should’ve been kissing Mestizo ass all along rather than trying to uplift the Negro–an already-proven multi-trillion dollar impossibility–for a piss-paltry 8% of the gibs vote.

    Of course, all this assumes that retardicans are an actual opposing force to demoshits, and not one giant uniparty hoax, because that’s definitely not what we have…

    • Replies: @TimeTraveller
  34. Realist says:

    Black Lives MAGA
    Republicans are the Real Social Justice Warriors

    Trump and the Republican party are pulling out all the stops to garner blacks votes…while they shit on White people.

    It is pretty god damn sad that a country that was founded and developed by White people has turned against…those White people.

    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @Akindle
  35. Realist says:

    Pretending that four more years of Trump will get you anything more than the first four is pure fantasy.

    The election is a 51-49 nothingburger from the perspective of White interests.

    Truer words were never spoken.

  36. @Anonymous

    Not all of America has been multicultural from founding. The Midwest was an oasis of culture and industry until the great migration of the mid 20th century. When you look at what was accomplished by the agrarian society of the Great Lakes states, you realize what the Pinnacle can accomplish without the millstone in place for the last few decades. Perhaps the biggest collective mistake Midwesterns made was not formally declaring a Northwest Confederacy in the 1860s and instead joining in the Lincoln suicide pact.

    • Agree: GMC
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  37. TKK says:
    @Majority of One

    So– how did Biden just raise $365 million bucks- breaking all records?

    Israel backs Trump. They did not send the money.

    Who did?

  38. TKK says:

    That the lying smirking war criminal George Bush– who gleefully allowed the destruction of the entire countries of Iraq and Afghanistan (which ARE STILL OCCUPIED BY AMERICAN TROOP AND KBR CONTRACTORS )

    solely on carefully planned lies and fake evidence

    is now depicted as a righteous, immigrant loving, doting PawPaw, harmless Bob R

    —Is not challenged by anyone, anywhere in the world

    tells me all hope is lost for America and the West. It’s a wrap.

    And isn’t it ironic–isn’t it just a big funny knee slapping coincidence that-

    At this crucial hour, when those of us who see, who want to liquidate everything we own and go to Patagonia,


    • Agree: Fred777
    • Thanks: Sya Beerens
    • Replies: @TimeTraveller
    , @Fred777
  39. MLK says:

    . . . from the perspective of White interests.

    Uh huh. Who the hell are you, expect some child who thinks he’s made an argument by capitalizing a word that’s not supposed to be capitalized.

    Throughout 2016, Democrats, establishment Republicans, and Hillary’s alt-right controlled opposition, all claimed that Trump would sell out his base. Even as a Trump supporter who assessed then that he would win, I couldn’t discount the possibility that he would sell us out.

    Constituting more evidence that you really shouldn’t sit for an IQ test if anyone asks, you claim Trump didn’t keep his promises yet he retains historically high support from his Republican base and more. This despite the fact that establishment Republicans agree with your assessment of the man.

    Counter-signaling the “alt-Right” with stale Charlottesville memes and pretending Trump is some kind of challenge to the status-quo . . .

    If Trump were not a threat to status quo interests, foreign and domestic, they would not have engaged in a relentless criminal conspiracy to destroy him. Nor would they now be willing to throw the country into chaos by attempting to steal the election through massive mail-in voter fraud.

    Go watch Hillary’s speech in the summer of 2016 kicking off the alt-right movement. It’s funny that she knew all about you knuckleheads.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @Exile
  40. @Anonymous

    You’re troubled that Unz is increasingly showing White supremacist views. OK but…

    …isn’t that a bit like saying you’re uncomfortable with Better Homes and Gardens increasingly focusing on bathroom renovation?

  41. …Pretending that four more years of Trump will get you anything more than the first four is pure fantasy….

    Trump is civ-nat and will always be a civ-nat. he is never gonna work outside the traditional scope of current institutions.

    Trump is not going to save this dumpster fire of a culture because he doesn’t have the necessary mindset. The only thing that is save america is actions like kicking out the 10s of millions of invaders that have arrived since 1965. Any church that promotes or even excuses homosexuality gets burned to the ground. trump aint going to do that.

    He has provided a great service: red pilled millions, bought us time to gun and ammo up, and out maneuvered the (((vermin))) and exposed them.

    PS. Jesus, please look out for St. Kyle of Kenosha.

    • Replies: @TimeTraveller
  42. Total

    I smell fear…

  43. Anonymous[179] • Disclaimer says:
    @Great Caeser

    How convenient to elide the Native American presence and replace them with “cultured” cowboys! Last I heard they were non-White peoples who inhabited America long before the “Pilgrims” and the “Founding Fathers” set foot on this country. But disappearing Native Americans started long before the emergence of the Midwest “culture” you allude to.

    • Thanks: Tony Hall, Sya Beerens
  44. @Sick of Orcs

    If you want the Mexicans to side with the Crackers, you’ll need to order some new DNA cluster graphs from the kibbutz.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  45. @TKK

    Good post. I used up my reactions

    • Thanks: TKK
  46. Tony Hall says:

    Big time megafunded antiracism is being highlighted by the agenda makers in the media because of the very well engineered campaign to use the fake pandemic to enslave most of us, Black, White, or Purple. The agenda is to virtually incarcerate us through implanted AI interfaces and compulsory vaccines and robotization of everything. The BLM/Soros/Wall Street/Obama-Killery operation is a well crafted distraction to keep our attention elsewhere until the police state jab of submission can be broadly administered by the medical mafia now operating under the direction of head tycoon mobster these days, Bill Gates. Looks like the Rockefeller eugenics bunch managed to install Gates into his present crime boss role. The same folks who casted Obama for a certain role probably also cast Gates.

    • Agree: Sya Beerens
  47. KenH says:

    As Mike Pence put it, “if we rededicate ourselves to the ideals” of Martin Luther King, we will “see our way through these divided times.” The current anarchy is dismissed as just a blip on the road to “a more perfect union.”

    Exactly. This is an example of unfounded boomer optimism and reality aversion. The violent anti-white revolution that we’re living through is just a temporary aberration that can be brought to heal by payroll tax cuts, along with pandering, wishful thinking and more race set asides.

    This is an outstanding article and for once someone included sources when they report that Martin Luther King was very much in favor of anti-white affirmative action type programs and punishing whites for the alleged sins of the past. Leftists and cucks are always demanding proof that their demi-God MLK was an anti-white bigot who believed in collective punishment of whites based on the color of their skin. The content of their character be damned.

    Keep em coming Oliver!

  48. @Anonymous

    “Somewhere between my fourth an’ fifth Heineken I decided to fire up th’ keyboard. I think the results speak for themselves, thank you ver’ musch.”

  49. Trinity says:

    The (((republicants))) are sparring partners for the anti-White (((demsheviks))) to beat up on, both parties are totally controlled by ((( ))). Washington, D.C. is the equivalent of the WWE and pretty soon, they, like modern day “rasslers” won’t even bother with “kayfabe.” Back in the day, the “rasslin’” promoters told the “heels” and the “baby faces” aka the good guys to make sure to never be seen out with each other, don’t be caught having a beer or dinner with a heel if you were a baby face and vice versa. Well, the charade is over in Washington, D.C. because there are no “good guys,” they are ALL HEELS AND EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM ARE BEHIND WHAT IS GOING ON IN AMERICA. THEY have sold this country down the tubes, folks. Ask yourself, other than this last SELECTION AKA ELECTION, when is the last time the republicants won any thing worth winning? Have the republicants reversed the downward spiral of America? Do the republicants ever put their largest voting block, working class Whites first? Hell, the republicants are even afraid to mention White working class voters being their largest voting block.

    • Thanks: Katrinka
  50. @TKK

    There are numerous limousine liberals who back Biden–so does the near entirety of the bureaucratic governance apparatus–so does most of the infrastructure of the WarDefense industry, as Trump hasn’t requested ever increasing military hardware budgets. Also we cannot overlook the traditional backing for the Democrats of over half of the rich Jews. One way or the other, both the Bnai Brith,the world’s largest secret society and the Sanhedrin (little man behind the curtain) play both ends against the middle, thus ensuring continued victory for the shotcallers–one way or t’ other,

  51. Fred777 says:


    Locked in, Soviet style.

    • Replies: @TKK
  52. @Observator

    Thank you. Excellent analysis.

    True that deliberately dumbed-down Americans are stuck in this simplistic “morality play”, an us vs them paradigm where there are no nuances, shades of grey or meliorating circumstances. Because of finance capitalism which axiomatically creates an imperialistic superstructure; our culture has devolved into a society where social good and cooperation have been relegated to the outhouse, while greed, mammon and insane levels of competition are predominant due to a monetary centered culture of the haves constantly and consistently taking every last shekel from the have-nots.

  53. @Kyle of Duty


    Imagine being such a stupid, easily manipulated Cracker that you haven’t yet realized that Trashionalism was never, ever, ever a viable ideology for a Global Empire in either its “white” or “civic” variant. Imagine not yet realizing that it was merely a slogan to dupe the simple-minded white golem.

    This comment is the fruit of the cracker attitude: “I don’t need schoolin’, that’s for my betters, the Jews.”

    The endgame of crackermerica is crackers such as this commenter defending an overfull Jewish granary from masses of starving crackers and everyone else, and doing it for free while also starving.

    A golem will never be anything else. Dear friends, you cannot change them, but you can race the Jew to the auction house where his slave’s collateral will be sold to pay its debts to the master.

    God Bless America! It is truly the land of milk and honey.

    • Replies: @Lars Porsena
  54. Filey says:

    My primary reason for voting GOP at this point is because Republicans are less likely to disarm the people. I don’t expect to benefit from any political elites. But in the coming years the ability to protect oneself is going to become increasingly important.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  55. Thomasina says:

    Israel backs Trump? Laughable. Israel backs everybody.

    But it would be more accurate to say that “everybody backs Israel” because if you don’t, you do not get elected. Listen to Kamala Harris and Pelosi. They can’t say enough good about their friend, Israel.

    Biden’s donations would have come from the globalists (Amazon, Apple, etc.), the people who offshored manufacturing jobs to China and don’t want to see this practice changed. He also has the support of big Tech (Google, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) who, enjoying their monopolies, want to keep it that way.

    Not hard to raise money when you’re willing to pander to the moneyed interests and sell out the American people.

  56. Katrinka says:
    @The Real World

    Joe “The Sniffer” Biden is the stalking horse for Kamala “Heels Up” Harris.

    You know that this country is in its death throes when you look at some of the people running for office. We vote for the lesser of two evils which means we are living in an evil country with an evil system.

    • Agree: Trinity
  57. KenH says:

    It’s never easy posting dissenting views in what is becoming an increasingly White supremacist website such as UR

    IOW, you can’t win the argument against “white supremacists” so you beseech Ron Unz to deplatform us. How very Jewish of you.

    And nobody should forget that your definition of a white supremacist is any white persons who don’t hate themselves and who object to becoming marginalized and dispossessed in a nation their ancestors founded and built.

    • Agree: lavoisier, profnasty
  58. Katrinka says:

    It was baked into the cake when Emanuel Cellar and Jacob Javits succeeded in pushing the Immigration Act passed back in 1965. We were being displaced from that point until today. We will not vote our way out of this without a strong, third party.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
    , @Realist
  59. bob jones says:

    partial truth

    we must go back to meritocracy and point out that indians are browner than most blacks and do well here

    then we shut the borders and encourage white reproduction

    trump represents american (white) history and supports it

    but right now he has to pander for votes and the RNC is still full of RINOs

    the alternative is immediate accelerationism with Hiden as President and the BLM in the cabinet.

    there’s some reasonable debate as to which is better as we’re gonna get there anyway eventually

  60. Agent76 says:

    Jul 14, 2020 ‘Say Their Names’ Exhibit On Display At Lake Highlands High School

    A public exhibit displayed along a fence at Lake Highlands High School is getting local attention, some of it good, but some of it rejection.

    Aug 29, 2020 Black Voters Break the Narrative

    These black voters are breaking the MSM narrative about Trump and BLM

    Feb 2, 2020 Criminal Justice Reform

    President Donald J. Trump has accomplished historic criminal justice reform in just his first term in office. Increasing job training for inmates, shortened sentences, and giving second chances to those that truly deserve it. By Donald J Trump youtube channel

    • Replies: @Trinity
  61. D’Souza is nothing but a immigrant felon who hates traditional America and traditional Americans. He should have been stripped of his citizenship and deported years ago.

    I love pointing out to Republicans that the Republican Party started as a big government, big war, progressive party filled with German communists. Lincoln got fan mail from Karl Marx. Sadly, the Democrats joined the Republicans around 1900 and for the past 120 years we have been ruled by two big government, big war progressive parties that hate Americans.

  62. @Katrinka

    The displacement of Americans started with the hordes of invading Irish and Germans in the 1830’s and 1840’s. We should have sank every damn boat with immigrants on it. All immigration has been bad for America and Americans.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @Wyatt
  63. @TKK

    The elites, thru their mega-corporations, sent the money to BLM, knowing that most would be diverted to the DNC.

  64. Trinity says:



    America has now seen 3 years worth of footage since Charlottesville of these domestic terrorist groups assaulting, and even raping and murdering innocent civilians and cops, these are the same people that Fields and the others in Charlottesville had to deal with. Fields had two choices, to get the hell out of Dodge or sit there and be dragged out of his car and be slaughtered and beaten to death.

    • Agree: bruce county, RadicalCenter
    • Thanks: Agent76
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Agent76
  65. TKK says:

    The only place I can find we can go right now with no health certificates documenting Negative Covid results (must be less than 48 hours old!) , no quarantines, no required masks, no proof of health insurance , no $3000 health care deposit is–


    We can go to the resort towns of Mexico and some Caribbean islands but the tickets and rooms now are astronomical. Another knee slapper.

    But remember- private planes, charters and boats (READ YACHTS) can go anywhere and everywhere.

    • Replies: @Fred777
  66. Anon[367] • Disclaimer says:

    The Unz Review, still stays free with a comments section, while Yahoo and other leftist propaganda outlets continue to squash free speech.

  67. Anon[367] • Disclaimer says:

    I hear you Trinity. But the fact is, Trump is surrounded by traitors in the Republican party.

  68. @Rational

    Joe Biden has advanced Alzheimer’s as his own videos prove.

    For a revealing, and entertaining, exercise, go to this site and see how many days Ronald Reagan had lived up to the day he left office. Then calculate the number-of-days-old Joe McGomphrey will be on Election Day.

  69. Agent76 says:

    Every case is small potatos unless it is relative when you are President and trying to manage a global Empire. I am a big picture viewer.

    June 24, 2020 Your barber has more training than your police force

    Conversely, most police officers in the Land of the Free are authorized to use deadly force after just a modest amount of training.

    Jun 19, 2020 Why Won’t the Supreme Court Hold Police Accountable?

    This term the U.S. Supreme Court closely considered eight different petitions dealing with the controversial doctrine of qualified immunity. Ultimately, it denied them all. In this episode, we talk about what the Court’s decision means for IJ’s fight for police and government accountability—and where we go from here.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  70. Good article. I can’t help but laugh when someone charges the Republicans with hating minorities. Trump has spent his entire term pandering to non-whites (blacks especially) despite the futility in such an exercise and its detriment to the far more conservative and nationalist base that came out for Trump in the first place.

    You’ll notice that few on the right even refer to white people by name; there’s a block that prevents them from even saying it. Even Tucker Carlson just says “judgment based on skin color” instead of charging his opponents with hatred of White Americans. Steve King was the only congressman to utter such a taboo and he of course was stabbed in the back in his own party.

    There is one thing you got wrong though: democrats are the real racists. They have an explicit and pervasive hatred of White Americans. Just reading their platform proves this, every single issue is framed in how white people are doing better than blacks, hispanics, and some Asians. Their entire platform is built on racial hatred

    • Agree: TKK
  71. Blacklivesmatters and antifa are zionist fronts, created by and funded by zionists and covid19 is the same deal, a zionist front being used to destroy America by bringing in UN Agenda 2030, google and read UN Agenda 2030 ie the template for hell on earth.

    If interested in the zionist template for humanity , read The Protocols of Zion.

  72. Emslander says:

    This article is a mess of undecipherable gobbledygook. If you were trying to take some actionable lesson from it you’d say that a conservative has no choice but to suppress black people because they are inferior and that a position against illegal immigration is properly based upon a fear of foreigners.

    That is what Democrats say about conservatives all the time and this guy is obviously trying to get his readers to adhere themselves to that mindset.

    It’s like saying, “You may not have beaten your wife, yet, but that’s only because you’re trying to treat her right.”

    Nice try, Chuck Schumer, but you’re going to have to get more clever than that.

  73. @TimeTraveller

    Trashionalism was never, ever, ever a viable ideology for a Global Empire

    Feature, not a bug.

  74. @MLK

    Agreed. Trump has been unfairly demonized since the day he defeated Hillary. The plot to remove him began the following day. Anyone who thinks that Trump is part of the Deep State should have his head examined.

    Regarding Charlottesville, Trump dipped his toe in the water and said there were “good people on both sides.” He was so unfairly lambasted by the media that he didn’t say that again. No republican legislators, to my knowledge, came forward to defend him. Biden claims that he decided to run after he heard Trump’s “racist” comment.

    The writer is correct to state that the BLM/Antifa rebellion we face today was baked in the cake after the response to Charlottesville. Both parties, but not Trump, are responsible.

    This election will be a watershed for the country. Elections matter, as was proven with Trump’s victory 4 years ago. People mistakenly believe that a president has more power than he actually does. And Trump’s admin is full of people who surreptitiously work against him (eg. his SIL Kushner). Imagine what might be accomplished in Trump’s second term if princess Pelosi lost her majority and was replaced by a Trump loyalist (not a snake like Paul Ryan).

    How could a self-respecting white man vote for a party that hates us? My preference would be peaceful Secession, but I know that not gonna happen (at least not yet). A vote for BLM Biden/Harris is a vote for our dispossession.

    • Replies: @MLK
    , @KenH
  75. Agent76 says:

    September 3, 2020 Policing, Segregation, and Causation vs. Correlation

    Racial disparities in police killings increase with segregation. Does this mean segregation causes racialized police violence?

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  76. Don’t concede first principles. In this case, that “bigotry” (whatever that is) is wrong. If someone accuses you of bigotry, don’t angrily deny it. Do that and you are conceding that it is somehow wrong. There are a variety of responses, but one suggested reply is “so?” If you deny it, you’ve lost the argument and there will never be an end to your opponent’s demands. This is one of the reasons why “conservatives” have failed to conserve anything – they’re liberal lite and basically agree with them, just not to the same degree. Yet.

    Gregory Hood has written that the modern mania for equality stems from “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.” Anti-racism as a secular religion is the ultimate outcome of the egalitarian principle of the Declaration of Independence. Many conservatives have endless faith in the Constitution itself as a magical document with unlimited power to cure whatever ails America. The argument made by Gregory Hood is that the US founding was flawed from the beginning.

    • Replies: @Wild Man
  77. babu says:

    It is true that US wants to eliminate blacks from the country but also annihilate all blacks from the continent of Africa. That has always been the goal of Illuminati and eugenicists for more than century.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  78. babu says:
    @Chris Mallory

    This country was founded by immigrant felons like D’Souza who happens to be a coon.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  79. @TimeTraveller

    No one sides with the Crackers. retardicans pretend Whiteness doesn’t exist.

  80. Wild Man says:

    Pretty good article. In Canada, where I hail from, our immigration policy has been informed by the likes of Charles Taylor (who was awarded several very large academic cash prizes over the recent years, for his role in the subterfuge) …. the subterfuge being a promotion of this multiculturalism that Canada is famous for.

    But many years ago now, when I looked closely at Charles Taylor’s views, I discovered that he recognizes that ‘culture’ is contingent on differences in nature between demographic cohorts (as such – the ‘multi’ in multiculturalism), but is such a stooge to virtue-signaling that he won’t then go on to examine the pressing question that stems from this fact ….. and that is that this fact begs the question ….. when does Canadian (western) culture become usurped by other cultural influences …. like what is the optimum mix than can enhance the hoped for cosmopolitanism (which does have some benefits with respect to a hoped for exportation of westernism into non-western jurisdictions by way of some level of cosmopolitanism), without swamping westernism?

    Charles Taylor goes to great efforts to avoid that question (well, really … it is not too great an effort required because, you know, this being Canada and all …. hardly anyone is gonna call someone like Charles Taylor on this issue).

    Anyways ….. as far as I know the question as to whether westernism can take, or be maintained, in jurisdictions without a preponderance of white people …. is a valid question for which no empirical answer to favor the affirmative (that westernism can take and be maintained in jurisdictions without a preponderance of white people), has been found as of yet. Where on earth is there a current or historical examples of that? There is none. But that does not necessarily mean that it cannot happen. So, ….. it would pay for the west (and by extension – the entire world) to be very careful around this ….. westernism IS the golden goose, so to speak, that has supercharged human ingenuity, and the entire world has become addicted to this ongoing production of this human ingenuity, closing in on 8 billion souls.

    At this juncture, the correct methodology (for western public and international policy) to address this empirical question, would be to try to export westernism into jurisdictions that currently are without a preponderance of white people. Until such grand social experiments are tried, and bear positive fruit, it is extremely unwise to have western jurisdictions usurped by other demographic cohorts, which of course is now on the horizon everywhere, within ALL western jurisdictions.

    Look ….. I have been interfacing with all kinds of people for many years now around what their understanding of what the underlying precepts and premises of westernism are (which is just all so obvious to me) …. and what I find is that, in the west ….. currently …. there is a pervasive lack of understanding as to what these underlying precepts and premises of westernism are (though I think this is a recent historical development, and going back to my father’s era, as a young man of the 1940’s and a family man of the 1950’s and into the early 1960’s, these underpinnings were generally much better well known among common westerners …. I know because I was raised as such, as a child of the very late 1950’s).

    The whole thing (westernism) is currently going in the wrong direction. We may be screwed (i.e. – all of humanity in the long-run). Yet …. it is all so obvious, the underlying precepts and premises of westernism (as outlined in Greek Stoicism, which is the original western impetus, which can be readily digested by anybody, of any human cohort, if they are willing …. all this is outlined in straightforward fashion in ancient works such as Marcus Aurelius’ ‘Meditations’ for instance).

    It is beyond obvious that subversive forces bound to wreck westernism are now profoundly in the mix.

    The subversion mainly works by way of extremely hamhanded interpretations of Darwinism (the likes of Jared Diamond comes to mind). The subversive forces seek to use Darwinian concepts to connote what I said above, as ‘racist’, or ‘white nationalist’, or ‘white supremacist’, when nothing could be further from the truth. Such swinish stances are based upon extremely cynical takes on Darwinism. No …. what I said above is based on a very nuanced take on Darwinism, which informs that, what I said above is a ‘humanistic’ stance.

    Really ….. the poetic shorthand for the stance I have outlined here is ….. is humanity gonna go to the stars (our true destiny) or not? Westernism (or perhaps a synergistic future analog by way of careful cultural fusions, which is something that westernism excels at in any event) is gonna be what gets us there. Best we don’t screw that up. Best we find ways to promote westernism, far and wide, among the whole human cohort. Best if we are very very careful around methods of eventuating that.

  81. Republicans have been keen to blame the looting and rioting on Antifa rather than Black Lives Matter.

    There is a lot of truth in this. Blacks don’t have the organization, the discipline, the funds, and, let’s not forget, the intelligence to cause this level of damage. Sure, they can destroy a neighborhood liquor store in Minneapolis, but the 21st-century police precinct house across the street? Get real! We’re talking about Negroes here.

    Of course it’s being accomplished by whites. What in America isn’t?

    Republicans paint themselves as the genuine defenders of black people…

    They are the (default) defenders of responsible people. They are just under the delusion that blacks are more responsible than they are. But to claim blacks are responsible for the riots is to make the same error.

    …whereas Democrats, we’re told, keep blacks on the “Democratic plantation.”

    For 400 years now, dishonest whites have been manipulating stupid blacks for their own nefarious purposes. This is nothing new. Blacks are mostly satisfied to go along with it. This is nothing new, either. It’s as old as America herself.

    …and George Washington’s name was removed from a public school in New Orleans on the grounds that he too owned slaves.

    This is actually good news, as it removes any illusions that blacks are, or can be, part of an American “nation”.

    To borrow the absurdist hyperbole of D’Souza, if the Democrats are the real racists (they aren’t and who cares)

    Democrats have always recognized the inherent limitations of blacks, and have always cynically used them to their advantage. Any difference between 2020, 1920, or, for that matter, 1820 Democrats is purely on the surface.

    The truth is that the insurrection of 2020 is not a perversion of the memory of Martin Luther King. It is the logical culmination of the Civil Rights movement itself.

    It is the logical culmination of allowing primitives to come to a continent they could never have reached by themselves.

    “In a sick inversion, the real fascists in American politics masquerade as anti-fascists and accuse the real anti-fascists of being fascists.”

    Everybody accuses everybody of being a fascist, all the time.

    The meme “When fascism comes to America, it will be called ‘antifascism’” is nearly as old as the Fascist Party itself, and has long survived it. It has been attributed to, among others, Upton Sinclair and Huey Long. There are few more genuinely (pre-power) fascistic movements in the US than Antifa.

    Yet Donald Trump himself was a cuckservative all along.

    Isn’t anyone who opposes the mass and immediate repatriation of 40 million blacks in America to their natural home a “cuckservative” as well?

  82. Miro23 says:

    Trump would probably have an easy win if he simply supported law and order, and stood up to BLM/Antifa violence.

    However, if he’s presenting himself in campaign ads as the true representative of PC Social Justice, then it looks like 1) his advisors want him to lose 2) he himself wants to lose (in a way acceptable to his ZioGlob handlers).

    It could still go wrong. The US public may remember his campaign rhetoric from 2016 and vote him in regardless.

  83. @Chris Mallory

    Lincoln got fan mail from Karl Marx.

    FDR hugged Josef Stalin. His support in South Carolina plummeted to 86%. (Of course, a lot of that resulted from his having praised Lincoln at the 1940 Jefferson-Jackson dinner.)

    Sadly, the Democrats joined the Republicans around 1900

    Democrats opposed the American Colonization Society long before Republicans first got together in a village schoolhouse in Joe McCarthy’s Fox Valley. They were particularly hard on Henry Clay, a co-founder.

    So in effect Republicans, once they’d abandoned colonization, joined the Democrats. The latter has always been the party of diversity.

  84. Realist says:

    We will not vote our way out of this without a strong, third party.

    I don’t think this problem will be solved through the electoral process.

    • Replies: @Exile
  85. MLK says:

    Trump has insisted on being a real POTUS. The two immediately before him were on the other end of the spectrum. Both Bush and Obama were effectively figureheads with the staff and others running the show.

    How pathetic that all it took to break Obama, and drive him into that presidential safe space, was the hard time he got early on for calling the cops who arrested his Harvard professor friend “stupid.”

    After that, Obama read everything off of teleprompters and held few press conferences. He was smart enough to answer everything with an on the one hand, on the other. No one paid much attention because it really didn’t matter anyway.

    What a shock for the powers that be to go from a President Obama who couldn’t possibly have cared less what The Chamber of Commerce put in TPP or other trade agreements, and a POTUS Trump personally driving the bus on his global trade reset.

  86. Trinity says:

    But yet Trump had the time and the inclination to help free a Black rapper from a Swedish prison. A Swedish prison is like a holiday resort compared to most state prisons in America, especially for someone who happens to be White. Prisons on the East Coast are not segregated by politics to the degree as some prisons in California. A white boy entering the system in California at least has politics on his side and segregation, prisons on the East Coast are generally integrated, and Blacks and Browns totally run the pods. Whites are often extorted, jumped and beaten by multiple attackers, used as crash dummies by Black gangs, and in some cases even raped.

    People, keep making excuses for this guy. Just like the riots. The Dutch Jew had no problem sending in federal troops to FORCE Arkansas to integrate their schools and JFK had no problem telling George Wallace to take a hike while he FORCED integration on Whites in Alabama. Trump has talked a big game, but done not much of anything at all. Looks like he turned into a “politician.”

    • Agree: MrVoid
  87. In the end it’s all about money and good life for the likes of Romney, McCain et al… the Mormon made his money in Boston with the help of Wall Street Jews which could be lost to the same boys faster than Mitt can say Latter Day Saints and the loser of Hanoi Hilton got his jollies from his wife’s beer fortune which could be gone if the money-changers wanted it.

    Do you want America back? Take away the power of the FederalReserve, i.e. inordinate amount of excessive capital from people who constitute less than 1/5th of 1% of the world and go back to the idea that Judaism has nothing to do with Christianity!

  88. @Chris Mallory

    Sounds mostly right, except this is worse than some “progressive” systems: they tax the Hell out of us — both directly and through systematic inflation — yet most of those who actually pay net federal income tax still don’t get government-funded medical insurance and care, nor guaranteed housing, nor a universal basic income.

    Hey, Soviet / Chinese Comm. Party-level surveillance, social control, and degradation, but with profiteering banks and big corporations as an integral part of the police state, without even the sometimes-shoddy free housing or medical care.

    What a bargain the USA has become for us.

  89. @Chris Mallory

    You’d have been overrun by the africans by now without all of us scawy Germans, Irish, Italians, and (NON-JEWISH) Slavs.

    And without the tens of millions of white Americans with some ancestry from those European countries, you “pure British stock” would have no chance right now.

    So good to feel welcome. I’ll still give you water and ammo if we have enough.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  90. Wild Man says:

    Depends what you mean by ‘bigotry’. If one’s viewpoint is well measured and offered as antidote to the pervasive gas-lighting, by way of only ‘half-truth’ offered, as is so common everywhere now (as the acticle does outline), then …. yes …. ‘bigotry’ as in “obstinate or intolerant devotion to one’s own opinions and prejudices” is actually required …. an intolerant devotion to well-measured truth-seeking in the face of half-truth gas-lighting is the necessary prescription …. and I would have no problem taking your advice, in that vein, and accept the bigoted connotation, in that vein, but as well, being careful to precisely spell this out to the other gas-lighting party ….. I am a bigot when it comes to the evils of gas-lighting, as a moral imperative.

    On your take on the statement ….“We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.” …… I think you are missing the point …. the authors of the American Constitution meant that, existentially, we are all equal from the point of view of the abstract infinite powers that be (the Lockeian stance), or by way of more modern interpretations, that by way of nuanced interpretations of Darwinian concepts, we are all existentially equal (because we all made it here, somehow). But what we each do downstream from these existential facts, so as to supercharge human ingenuity, which such supercharging therefore provides for better outcomes for more people, is a different matter entirely, and is what westernism is all about (of which the American Constitution is a high expression thereof).

    I take a more measured view on all this. See my comment #82 above.

    • Replies: @Ris_Eruwaedhiel
  91. It’s time for school.

  92. @babu

    D’Souza is nothing but a immigrant felon who hates traditional America and traditional Americans. He should have been stripped of his citizenship and deported years ago.

    This country was founded by immigrant felons like D’Souza who happens to be a coon.

    So we should strip of citizenship and deport all coons, right?

  93. @babu

    It is true that US wants to eliminate blacks from the country but also annihilate all blacks from the continent of Africa. That has always been the goal of Illuminati and eugenicists for more than century.

    Then this goal has been a massive failure, hasn’t it?

  94. @RadicalCenter

    The displacement of Americans started with the hordes of invading Irish and Germans in the 1830’s and 1840’s.

    You’d have been overrun by the africans by now without all of us scawy Germans, Irish, Italians, and (NON-JEWISH) Slavs.

    Yes. He[/she] rather suspiciously left out the African invasions of the previous two centuries.

    We should have sank every damn boat with immigrants on it.

    And needs a grammar-school refresher.

  95. Fred777 says:


    Have to wonder when, or if, the travel restrictions do let up there will be any sizable exodus out of the USA.

  96. Notsofast says:

    He’s a dope alright but he sure as shit is’nt a painter.

  97. KenH says:

    The writer is correct to state that the BLM/Antifa rebellion we face today was baked in the cake after the response to Charlottesville. Both parties, but not Trump, are responsible.

    Trump is responsible because he signed the House Congressional resolution condemning white nationalists, white supremacists (so called), the KKK, the alt-right, etc., instead of refusing to sign it until the House also added BLM, antifa and the new black panther party to the resolution. This was a major cuck on Trump’s part.

    I don’t accept the “He had no choice” cop out. That’s unacceptable.

    We voted for Trump so that he would fight the establishment and challenge the establishment narrative like he did on the campaign trail. But instead after his initial resistance to the fake media narrative he meekly accepted it and condemned every politically incorrect group on the dissident right.

    Trump may not be part of the deep state but that doesn’t stop him from doing their bidding when he thinks it’s in his interests to do so.

  98. Wyatt says:
    @Chris Mallory

    Agreed on the Irish. The original wiggers.

    • Replies: @Thomm
  99. @Wild Man

    You’re are right – bigotry can at time be stupid, but I was trying to encompass racism, sexism, anti-semitism, ableism, specieism, homophobia, islamophobia and transphobia. Did I leave anything out?

    The Framers of the Constitution had a limited view of “equality.” Equality before the law and perhaps equality of all believers before God. That’s it. Not political, social or moral equality. Some were slaveowners. The point is that the principle of equality is like the Energizer Bunny. It keeps going and going.

    When the Framers discussed liberty, they meant ordered liberty, liberty within the limits of morality. Freedom of the press didn’t mean the right to peddle pornography.

    Gregory Hood, again:

    A few examples. Years ago, I saw a libertarian Beltway operative tell a crowd of social conservatives he could convince them all to support gay marriage. He did, by simply telling them that America is about equality and individual liberty. The conservatives, lacking the vocabulary to challenge the desirability of equality and liberty, felt compelled to go along with this–lest they be unAmerican.

    Gregory Hood, Waking Up From the American Dream, pp. 27-28.

    The excerpt sounds like the “conservative” views espoused at this year’s Republican convention.

    • Replies: @Wild Man
  100. Akindle says:

    According to both candidates, the best man is the one who sucks the most black penis or lets them out of jail faster. This election is an anti white joke. Republicans were too stupid to halt immigration, too stupid to realize that nonwhites don’t vote for them. No one for whites to vote for. Trump will lose BIGLY.

    • Replies: @Realist
  101. Menes says: • Website

    I predict Trump will get at least 30% of the black vote come November 3. He is at 25% approval among black americans already.

    He is going to need those additional black votes to make up for the loss of white votes due to the devastating article that came out today:

    When President Donald Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, he blamed rain for the last-minute decision, saying that “the helicopter couldn’t fly” and that the Secret Service wouldn’t drive him there. Neither claim was true.

    Trump rejected the idea of the visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain, and because he did not believe it important to honor American war dead, according to four people with firsthand knowledge of the discussion that day. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the scheduled visit, Trump said, “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.” In a separate conversation on the same trip, Trump referred to the more than 1,800 marines who lost their lives at Belleau Wood as “suckers” for getting killed.

    Holy Shit!

  102. According to both candidates, the best man is the one who sucks the most black penis…

    King ’20!

    William Rufus DeVane King, that is.

  103. Wally says:

    White Jew GWU history professor admits she lied about being Black

    “She didn’t do it out of benevolence. She did it because she had been found out”

  104. Menes says: • Website

    More from the Atlantic article:


    Belleau Wood is a consequential battle in American history, and the ground on which it was fought is venerated by the Marine Corps. America and its allies stopped the German advance toward Paris there in the spring of 1918. But Trump, on that same trip, asked aides, “Who were the good guys in this war?” He also said that he didn’t understand why the United States would intervene on the side of the Allies.

    he expressed contempt for the war record of the late Senator John McCain, who spent more than five years as a prisoner of the North Vietnamese. “He’s not a war hero,” Trump said in 2015 while running for the Republican nomination for president. “I like people who weren’t captured.”

    The president did not serve in the military; he received a medical deferment from the draft during the Vietnam War because of the alleged presence of bone spurs in his feet.

    When McCain died, in August 2018, Trump told his senior staff, according to three sources with direct knowledge of this event, “We’re not going to support that loser’s funeral,” and he became furious, according to witnesses, when he saw flags lowered to half-staff. “What the fuck are we doing that for? Guy was a fucking loser,” the president told aides.

    According to sources with knowledge of the president’s views, he seems to genuinely not understand why Americans treat former prisoners of war with respect. Nor does he understand why pilots who are shot down in combat are honored by the military. On at least two occasions since becoming president, according to three sources with direct knowledge of his views, Trump referred to former President George H. W. Bush as a “loser” for being shot down by the Japanese as a Navy pilot in World War II. (Bush escaped capture, but eight other men shot down during the same mission were caught, tortured, and executed by Japanese soldiers.)

    Trump was meant, on this visit, to join John Kelly in paying respects at his son’s grave, and to comfort the families of other fallen service members. But according to sources with knowledge of this visit, Trump, while standing by Robert Kelly’s grave, turned directly to his father and said, “I don’t get it. What was in it for them?”

    “He can’t fathom the idea of doing something for someone other than himself,” one of Kelly’s friends, a retired four-star general, told me. “He just thinks that anyone who does anything when there’s no direct personal gain to be had is a sucker. There’s no money in serving the nation.” Kelly’s friend went on to say, “Trump can’t imagine anyone else’s pain. That’s why he would say this to the father of a fallen marine on Memorial Day in the cemetery where he’s buried.”

    Another explanation is more quotidian, and aligns with a broader understanding of Trump’s material-focused worldview. The president believes that nothing is worth doing without the promise of monetary payback, and that talented people who don’t pursue riches are “losers.” (According to eyewitnesses, after a White House briefing given by the then-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joe Dunford, Trump turned to aides and said, “That guy is smart. Why did he join the military?”)

    Twitter has exploded. Military guys are in shock and disbelief. The Democrats are smelling blood in the water, they are piling on….

    • Replies: @Rooster7
  105. AceDeuce says:

    Martin Loofah Kink was stymied by the sheriff in Albany Ga. around 1962. Kink had it all set up: “Nonviolently” breaking several laws and provoking cops into having to confront them. He’d put kids up front-maybe if one mouthed off he/she’d get a cop to tee off and Martin Loofah would have a new hero.

    The sheriff had read up on MLK, and din’t take the bait. He and his men calmly arrested the groids and made sure they were out of commission. King actually cried later because his “peaceful” protest was peacefully handled by the cops. Shows his true colors. He wanted blood and headlines. That Mr Potato Head khoon John Lewis got 55 years of booschitt from getting an ass whoop for illegally protesting.

  106. Rooster7 says:

    The Atlantic is basically the liberal version of the Babylon Bee. Anyone who takes anything serious from The Atlantic needs their head examined. It’s good for a laugh now and then, but don’t become the clown by believing any of it.

  107. You’re all over the map with this spew stew. Go back and rewrite it in such a way that the reader can know what you’re trying to say.

    But you had to say “cuck” which is the calling card of someone who can’t cope with life.

  108. Loup-Bouc says:

    Oliver Williams’s article is a tsunami of gibberish and verbal dreck that pummels the reader with waves of insufferably long, discursive paragraphs searching for a thesis or an analytic beach.

    The article’s closing paragraph finds ZERO motivation in the piece’s body, which, rather than supporting the closing paragraph, refutes it.

    The article does not deserve a substantive comment. Surely THIS reader will not spend his time and neural homeostasis on deconstructing the myriad elements of premise-lack, fallacy, inconsistency, and nonsense that constitute the article.

    Why do you publish such tripe, Mr. Unz?

    • Replies: @Exile
  109. Abhraka says:

    I’ve seen the graphs and they seem to imply that everything in the USA is stolen for the
    fabulously wealthy which includes the missing trillions disappeared into thin air.
    If I was slithering behind every body politic robbing fleecing spinning scheme after scheme
    digging deeper with hypnotism seduction dissimulation then a time honored ruse would be the
    same oldie but goody confabulate pure unadulterated theft for a problem of race relations.
    Dmitry Orlov agrees this is always kept simmering for mob violence keeps the attention
    of all the ripped-off haggard blacks and whites alike stuck to the Reality TV Show into which
    we are injected by our virtual-reality handlers in the news cycle.


    In actually Blacks and Whites have everything in common we have been systematically
    oppressed subjugated and poisoned by and evermore concentrated global ruling technological
    class; Hello????? Dear Sir, are you racist because you are rich or are you rich because you are
    racist? Who gets the the big nothing-burger liquor stores trashed-out schools and pipeline
    to prison and who gets the payoff?
    Naturally MLK is used to brainwash the poor ignorant serfs dissuading them for looking
    at the ownership of literally everything…. I mean look at Gates how many agendas does this
    dude dominate and is he scrutinized dissected examined as a supremacist? Not in the least he
    giggles and smirks because he writes the reality TV show that is called Lets Play Social Upheaval.
    How many times does Atzmon have to remind everyone what Theodor Herzl said? This isn’t
    about race there’s no overarching architecture to flip the race switch as opposed to the pandemic
    switch the world economic collapse switch the false nuclear terrorist attack switch as they are all
    equally suitable for the manipulation and maintenance of the stage. If the ethnicity that owns
    controls all the media music sports wars political TV Show wanted to change the innuendo
    to something less rotten and vile its just like getting a haircut. The entire thesis of this race
    baited article is just wanderlust. Remember the the ONE TRILLION OVER 10 years and the
    new public works program that DJT was going to initiate and everyone cringed because how
    could “we possibly afford” it!!!!!! You think we could’ve afforded it!!!!! There’s so many
    trillions wasted uncountable trillions do you think even 10% of that wasted was in the hands
    of the putative US citizenry the people would react with such trigger-happy derision
    toward the State and all of its symbols? People, they done milked this cow and she ain’t fit for
    eatin so she’s gonna star in her own True Life TV Debut: A Race To The Glue Factory with
    A Billionaire Anarchist Inferno
    Flaming Up Your Butt…….
    This Show is Going Live!!!!!Bye Bye Miss American Pie

  110. @USA1943

    Drumpf will wave his arms around and yell.

    Biden will stand there and laugh at Drumpf. That’s

    what Biden did to lie’n Ryan in the 2012 VP debate,

    and it worked. Because

    laughter is contagious. As to the Republiscam pty:

    Nixon gave us “affirmative action”.
    Reagan/Bush gave us millions of “legalized” illegals,
    then dropped the borders for millions more.
    Gingrich (and his lez sis) gave us “hate crimes laws”.

    the sooner the Republiscam pty dies, leaving Whites

    no alternative but the gun,

    the liklier it is that Whites will survive the ongoing Judeo-globalist assault.

  111. niceland says:

    I don’t know much about American Politics but it seems to me: Instead of discussing relevant issues for the upcoming election it has been decided to argue endlessly about racism. Point fingers, sling mud and hunt for witches. This isn’t new by a long shot, but my occasional reading of the U.S media seems to indicate the situation has reached new lows.

    Perhaps this is the result when both parties are basically serving the same *real* interests and are therefore unable to create coherent policy that distinguishes them from the other. What is left is a screaming match in the Social Justice Warrior arena. Neither party can even provide viable candidate for the presidency so America is stuck with Donald Trump, a creature that seems to thrive in todays toxic environment.

    Needless to say, discussion about; foreign policy, the economy, job market, the strange fact the stock market is booming while real America suffers and indeed everything else is subordinated to oblivion.

    Another downside – from my perspective – after watching a rather shocking video from a disgruntled employee at Sandia National Laboratories is that progress of the past decades in the racial arena is being undone. Now the pendulum is swinging against white people and this is being institutionalized with the HR department of the prestigious S.N.L pushing forward a highly questionable “Critical race theory” where facts and critical scientific thinking seem absent. Incredible considering S.N.L role.

    Trying to describe the situation the phrase: “Divide and conquer” comes to mind. That’s what on the menu for American voters in November.

    From the outside this is both terrifying and sad.

  112. Wild Man says:

    On the bigotry term – yes – I agree that all of the concepts you listed (racism, sexism, anti-semitism, ableism, specieism, homophobia, islamophobia and transphobia), as usually understood or usually defined, are tantamount to gas-lit half-truths, and should be confronted and called out as such, with intolerance. If others deem this intolerance as bigoted, I would be willing to wear the mantle of ‘bigot’ in that vein, as a moral imperative (i.e. – I am a bigot when confronting deceivers, as we all should be). Anyone trying to sell anything less than a balanced view is selling evil. This stance I am outlining, is informed by westernism, as is easy to see by going back to the original impetus of westernism, which is the Greek Stoicism.

    I don’t know anything about Gregory Hood. It seems he believes that the American Constitution itself is a deception, by what you have provided?

    I don’t see it that way. I think what the problem is, is that people are unclear about the terms used in the document, because these terms are not now interpreted via the lens of westernism (as informed by the whole arc of the western endeavor, harking back to first impetus by way of Greek Stoicism, through to Lockeian Enlightenment). I believe the authors of the American Constitution, though, were well-schooled westerners, and understood all this. For example, take Christianity. Christianity, as a western tradition, is best seen, simply as the importation of a foreign narrative that outlined the precepts and premises of westernism (which was Greek Stoicism back at that time, which was a school of western philosophy that pre-dated the time of Christ) ….. in story form, so as it would be easier for many western people to embrace the underlying concepts (i.e. – the main point of the story of the Passion of Christ, is …. don’t make scapegoats by way of the promotion of gas-lit half-truth).

    I think the American Constitution is just fine, as long as it is rightly interpreted as a western document. There are many underlying precepts and premises of westernism, but the main thing is …… seeing that it is self-evidently true that we each are responsible individualists that possess the power of self-agency, first and foremost (individuals that believe we each possess the power to make meaningful non-deterministic decisions that therefore implies that we each should be held responsible for the consequences of our decisions). This primary self-evident idea upon which westernism is grounded, seems to missing from the discourse at the current time (though I perceive that this problem is much more prevalent on the left, whereby they have, seemingly, replaced this key western concept with the gas-lit half-truth concept of ‘radical individualism’, …. an individualism for which the rights of agentic personhood are to adhere, but free of responsibility for the operation of this self-agency.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  113. @Wild Man

    The Founding Fathers were brilliant, decent, good men, and the Constitution is a reflection of their nobility.

    However…..they did not anticipate that nefarious jews would hijack the money supply to buy off every leader in sight.

    If your leaders have sold their souls to the jews and no longer represent you, you are pretty much fucked.

    Your vote no longer matters.

    So….you have only two choices….you can hide under the bed and wait for the jews’ slobbering drug addled cretin army to come and kill you…..or you can stand up and fight like a man.

    Kyle Rittenhouse seems to be the only man in America who’s made the right choice.

    • Replies: @Wild Man
    , @Truth
  114. In all three of the “I am Joe Biden’s husband” clips he says “I am Jill Biden’s husband”. Reprehensible that the author says otherwise. I dislike Biden but I hate liars.

  115. Exile says:

    Still running against Hillary, Obama and Bill is another stale meme. If you’re not shilling you’re pretending.

    GOP stalwart dead-enders will always fall for this “but the Demonrats are worse” kabuki. So long as the GOP knows you’ll never deny them your vote because you’re too scared of the latest Lefty, they will never give you anything – they know they have your vote free of charge.

    And excusing Trump from breaking every promise we voted for because “Deep State, Russiagate, Demonrats, Hillary” is the same cope I’ve seen Republican voters use since Bush vs. Dukakis.

    You have no room to call anyone a knucklehead. You’re safely in the corral being tax-farmed while guys like Trump and his Kushner co-conspirators sell your country to Israeli billionaires and H1B’s – while feeding you their table scraps.

    Keep tugging at those bootstraps and fighting those Demonrats, Boomer.

    • Replies: @MLK
  116. Exile says:

    The article does not deserve a substantive comment.

    So you didn’t bother to provide any. Just a bunch of priggish professorial arglebargle that sounds like it came from Bill Buckley’s grave.

    Thanks for nothing, your lordship.

  117. Exile says:

    Electoral politics have a place even if they’re not a magic bullet, but it’s going to take a third party.

    Left-Right sportsball politics is a win-win for the Jewish-dominated elite and their apparatchiks.

    A third party presence in the system can serve as a canary in the coal mine, a seat at the table and a monkey wrench for populist interests, particularly those of still-majority but effectively disenfranchised Whites.

    • Replies: @Realist
  118. @Agent76

    Note that the study scrupulously avoids absolute numbers.

    In part this is testament to their mindset – they do not give a shit how many black robbers, burglars and rapists are killed in the line of duty as long as a greater number of White traffic violators are totalled – but the Numbers (praise be upon them) also tell a different story:
    Overall black criminality is roughly doubled by diluting it (Follow-Up Study on Housing Vouchers, from when that was still permissible) and greatly demoralizes the White subjects too (well duh, i.e. can´t remember a quantitative study).
    – That fewer blacks are killed going about their “business” when the police chief is black is my personal nomination for the igNobel.

  119. Realist says:

    Trump will lose BIGLY.

    I think that is wrong…but I agree with the rest of your comments.

  120. Realist says:

    Electoral politics have a place even if they’re not a magic bullet, but it’s going to take a third party.

    There will be no significant third party…the Deep State is quite happy with the two party situation.

    The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the two parties as long as their important issues are advanced (wealth and power). As a matter of fact it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting.

  121. Wild Man says:
    @Robert Dolan

    I agree that our western leadership mostly does not deal in well-balanced truth. It is sickening. It pains me. It seems that Donald Trump, in his way, attempts to point this out. He displays much forbearance around this (and forbearance is seen as a virtue within the dictates of westernism). More than I could muster in the same situation. For example, once I found out about the evil that is Barack Obama, but only by about 2015, once he made clear his intentions, by way of how he handled the rise of BLM at that time ….. I would not have been able to restrain myself on the topic, if I were in the running as a Republican presidential nominee, and then as that nominee, like the type of forbearance that Mr. Trump displayed on this issue, and I would have immediately been tossed out of the race (even though I’m with Mr. Trump on this … I want to see all Americans do well, including black Americans of course). Mr. Trump is a better man than me.

    The number of deceitful narratives that have been promulgated against Mr. Trump, since that time, on a whole host of topics, is absolutely astounding. It is shocking. The lies and the deceit have reached the level whereby I am forced to adopt a biblical term – ‘evil’, as now I use quite liberally to describe the dynamic, whereas prior to all this I was generally apt to avoid using that term, because of the non-nuanced stances it tends to engender. But …. you are right, the time for too much nuance has now passed. It is simple …. there is right and there is wrong. The entire western leadership, the way things stand now, is mainly in the wrong.

    I am a Canadian, and shockingly, in Canada, much of our elected governmental officials, and much of the bureaucrats, and our public news agency – the CBC, do everything they can to import the BLM rhetoric into Canada even though it is laughable to think there exists systemic white on black racism in a place like Canada (and I can see that terming it that way, as ‘systemic racism’, doesn’t apply to America either, but I can also see it is harder for a lot of people in America to see that, because of the history in the U.S. ,…. but Canada? …. come’on …. it’s pure unadulterated bunk).

    I have done everything that I can, over the last several years, to try to interface with Canadians of leftist persuasion (which seems to be the majority here), at deep levels of analysis, so as to meet the evil that is the constant gas-lit half-truth we are all constantly pummeled with, to try to do what I can, to stand against this, like a man, as you say. I have paid the price of more social isolation than I would otherwise desire.

    But I will follow Mr. Trump. He is a better man than me. He possesses more forbearance than I can muster. Let’s see what happens in November, before making judgments about whether violence must now be met with violence, in the U.S. What is visited upon America ultimately is intended for all western nations. In Canada we must look to America, as the leader of the western world, to grasp which way the wind is blowing around all this.

    I pray every single day, to the infinite abstract powers that be, that Mr. Trump can continue to find a way to avoid the type of violence you are warning of. Time will tell. I pray for America and for Mr. Trump as well.

    On the Kyle Rittenhouse fiasco, I am with Andrew Anglin’s take on that. I pray that this poor boy will not be railroaded, like so many others, for what was purity of western intention of his young mind. I am very glad to see he is getting some very good legal representation. We don’t need sacrificial lambs. This poor boy, more pure of heart than many of us, should not be sacrificed for anyone’s grand schemes (on either side).

  122. MLK says:

    This is unresponsive. Why is subject of the so-called alt-right movement always so boring to you characters when the readily available, indisputable details are mentioned.

    Look, to say that Hillary Inc. was unlucky in 2016 is a monumental understatement. Yet after delivering her none-but-me-dare-speak-the-truth alt-right speech, she kept drawing Royale straight flushes through to election day and beyond.

    David Duke was on CNN and MSNBC every week renouncing his endorsement of Trump. That’s what I call a simple IQ test, which you failed if you believed he was trying to help Trump win by going on the TV claiming Trump was KKK.

    In August 2017, as the coup operations were in full swing, led by, we were told, “beyond reproach” Mueller, who identified as a lifelong Republican, along with fellow Republicans Comey and McCabe, the Charlottesville op was carried out.

    Apparently, even though the Republican base had moved to historically high approval of President Trump, a former Obama operative named Jason Kessler decided a “Unite the Right” rally was just what the doctor ordered.

    Of course, intrepid Richard Spencer of “Hail Trump” fame days after the 2016 election, was there to help.

    Look, I could go on but you seem to be up a tree. It’s long fascinated me that, without regard to ideology or seemingly anything else, most people would rather die than admit they were snookered like this.

  123. Thomm says:

    Agreed on the Irish. The original wiggers.

    I continue to see race-obsessed, bottom-decile white men (the actual wiggers) refer to other groups of whites as ‘wiggers’, thereby obliterating the prospects of white unity for their cause. Of course, this is not even the biggest problem they face. The biggest problem they face is that the white genome is bimodal, with the wastematter tier (20%) absorbing all the bad traits, and the functional 80% that the rest of us reside in remaining virtually flawless as a result. The males of this wastematter tier become White Nationalists, while the females become the flat blue-haired feminists. That is why these two gender-specific groups are equal in number and character, and answers the question of where the missing counterpart women to WN wiggers are.

    No white group is more or less prone to producing WN wiggers than others. Remember that WN subculture merged fully with ‘wigger’ subculture around 1994, and the two are now the same.

    This video give some idea why the two groups are the same :

    To recap, here are the reasons why White Trashionalist subculture has fully merged with ‘wigger’ subculture. It is because both groups are defined by :

    i) Left-wing economic views, dependent on taxing successful whites. The fond feelings that White Nationalists have for Bernie Sanders is no secret.
    ii) Very low IQ
    iii) Low economic productivity
    iv) The tendency to see race in EVERYTHING.
    v) Preference for female obesity.

    This is why the two groups are identical, even though you think you are the opposite of them.

    • Replies: @anon
  124. Cornelius says:

    THEY’RE BOTH social justice warrior parties. Anti-Racism is the core of both parties.

  125. Truth says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Kyle Rittenhouse seems to be the only man in America who’s made the right choice.

    Are you Sure K-Ritt is a man, though?

    You guys better get off this thing it’s going to get more embarrassing, and they’re going to unload the other ballott on you.

    • Replies: @Rich
  126. Rich says:

    Are you really going to back Rosenbaum the child molester, Huber the woman strangler and Grosskreutz the felon? Really? Are these your guys? You’ve got to be kidding me. Rittenhouse did everyone a favor, and the video shows he acted in self defense. Who cares if he was a goody kid?

    • Replies: @Truth
  127. anon[320] • Disclaimer says:

    Your average East Coast Irish Catholic American is not living in the gutter-level poverty of poor underclass Americans. Joe Biden is an example. Democrat, limousine liberal, white collar.

    You’d have to go back to Mark Twain to see an era when Irish immigrants were the original whiggers.

    Walk up to any poor urban or rural underclass white and the chances are he won’t be an Irish Catholic.

    Most poor white trash have the following cluster.

    Cluster A

    The will tend to be exurban. Irish Catholics are generally urban. Many attended Catholic schools, while the real white trash attended public schools.

    Cluster B

    The white trash are ravaged by crystal meth. This was never the drug of choice for urban Irish Catholics. Much is made about alcoholism but walk up to any tweaker on the street and he will most likely not be Irish Catholic. He will be a redneck or exurban lower class white.

    Cluster C

    Trailer parks. It is unusual for Irish Catholics to live in trailer parks, they are urban and suburban.

    Cluster D

    Early pregnancy. Although Irish Catholics don’t believe in birth control, the average white late teen mother whose child has been father by a whigger is not Irish Catholic. This is usually a rural or exurban phenomenon.

  128. Anonymous[214] • Disclaimer says:

    Muh feelz!
    Learning is hard!
    Nietzsche uses big words!

  129. Truth says:

    I backed no-one, and we have 4 people here who made mistakes as teens. That’s life.

    (and “he” is not a he. )

    • Replies: @Rich
  130. Rich says:

    Rosenbaum raped an underage child. Huber strangled a female. You call those “mistakes made as teens”? You are what you are, I guess. Pretty disgusting though, supporting a baby-raper. And a woman strangler. You lefties are terrible.

    • Replies: @Truth
  131. Truth says:

    Huber strangled a female.

    Huber strangled one, Rittenhouse punched one repeatedly in the face, what’s the diffence? They both survived.

    God forgives, so do I. I am a Christian, that’s what we do. You are a quasi-Christian if I remember right.

    • Replies: @Rich
  132. Rich says:

    I thought one had to ask forgiveness to be forgiven? Is your “Christian” faith one that gives out forgiveness to anyone, whether they want it or not? And you’ve still got that baby raper, Rosenbaum, that’s on your side. Does your “Christian” God forgive him, even if he doesn’t want forgiveness?

    As far as a supposed tape of Rittenhouse punching a girl, there’s been no admission that it was him, and you, the “devout Christian” have already forgiven him, so why mention it?

    Stop siding with baby rapers, convicted woman stranglers and one-armed gunslingers. Then go to your “Church”, and say a prayer.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Truth
  133. anon[335] • Disclaimer says:

    At the end of DEATH WISH 1 when Bronson goes out and finally gets in over his head with six armed muggers in the park after spending the entire film shooting unarmed muggers whom he more or less invited to rob him, who are we supposed to side with?

    Kyle showed up armed for a gunfight and found one with some older hardened petty criminals. I’m personally surprised one of the was a Jew because they usually get someone else to do the heavy lifting, but never mind.

    As far as domestic battery goes, I’m sure a 5’3 Jew did not enjoy jail that much. Most likely, it simply seasoned him and hardened his dislike of society and cops and the world in general. But who knows?

    And doubtlessly for 36 year old losers with no career, no family, no assets, no job resume at an age when most of us own houses or are far into a professional careers the riots give them something to do.

    Setting a dumpster on fire when you are 36 years old? How pathetic is that?

    I would have told Kyle “Kid, you have your life ahead of you. Don’t waste it fighting with fools on the street. Go to college, graduate with a degree, sit in an office and make $100,000 a year and let the police or the National Guard do their jobs.”

    • Agree: Truth
  134. Truth says:

    Colossians 3:13
    King James Version
    13 Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.

    Matthew 6:14-15
    New King James Version
    14 “For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15 But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.

    Ephesians 4:32
    King James Version
    32 And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.

    The verses on forgiveness go on… and on… and on…

    • Replies: @Rich
  135. Rich says:

    Your Preacher left out the important part, John 8:11 – And Jesus said “Now go and sin no more” Or maybe Hebrews 10-26 – If we go on sinning deliberately after receiving the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins. How about Acts 2:38 – And Peter said unto them, “Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins.” Key word “repent”.

    Forgiveness is a Christian virtue, I agree, but repentance is necessary to gain that forgiveness. And even if someone drops to his knees and prays every day, I’ve got no forgiveness for baby rapers like Rosenbaum. And Huber should have been out feeding the poor and clothing the naked to show repentance for strangling women, not causing mayhem in the street. And the other gunslinger was waving his pistol around when he got his arm shot off, that should give him time to reflect on his sins.

    All the religion stuff aside, I can’t believe you stand firmly behind the baby raper Rosenbaum. If you can’t back Rittenhouse, who acted in self defense, the least you can do is sit this one out.

    • Replies: @Truth
  136. Truth says:

    Again, my friend, you are a victim of satanic priests (satanic preachers are no different). Your guidances from God is to forgive. God’s guidance to the sinnner is to repent. You have no guidance to make anyone repent, or to see that anyone repent. That is not your job, that is his job. If Rosenbaum had sex with little boys at 17 or 18, he served his sentence and now he is out, good ridance. If God has further judgement he will level it, again this is his job, not yours.

    Now this is very difficult for your average Christian (especially Catholic) to understand. As I explained to a non-beliver in a bible study a few weeks ago, very large, ex-NBA player in his 60’s; we role-played a fairly similar scenario. He is a fairly angry, ex-ghetto guy, and basically he said, “So you are supposed to love your enemies, does that mean you let them do what they want to you?!?!” I said no. You have every right to protect yourself and others. If someone attacks you, a proper response would be to break his jaw with a stick if one is handy, time him up with some cord, call the police in then say; “I’m sorry I had to do that sir, please forgive me; now would you like a glass of water while you wait for the police?…”

    • Replies: @Rich
  137. Rich says:

    I don’t like arguing religion, and if you actually practice what you preach, doesn’t look like you’ll hurt anyone with it, so go with it, with my blessing.

    I’m glad you’re okay with self-defense, at least, and that appears to be what young Mr Rittenhouse was doing when he shot the three villains. Huber, the woman strangler, was bashing him with a skateboard, Rosenbaum, the baby raper, was firing in his direction and Grosskreutz was shot in the arm he was holding an illegal handgun in while pursuing the young marksman. That should seal the deal for you. Also, because of your giant-sized heart and colossal Christian faith, you’ve already forgiven Rittenhouse. I’m not sure why we’re arguing.

    • Replies: @Sya Beerens
  138. @The Alarmist

    Well….yeah, but you forgot (D)ickweed as in Ringmeat Mongolid Dickweed. For me, that’s what the (D) is for. If ever I meet a democrat who ain’t a ringmeat mongoloid dickweed, I think I’ll shake his hand and buy him a Dan’l Webster seegar.

  139. @The Real World

    She is also not a natural born citizen, either. To be a natural born citizen you have to have a least one parent be a citizen at birth so that you can be a citizen at birth. Neither of hers were. She is a naturalized citizen as her parents became citizens after she was born. She became a citizen when her parents became citizens. Until that time she was the child of aliens who happened to have a child who was born in America.

  140. Elections are always 100% about “racism”.

    That’s the whole point of “multiculturalism”.

    The alternative is medievalism….torture and such

  141. @Rich

    Those surnames are ridiculous! Translate to English please….like normal colonial hobos

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