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GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy returned from a congressional junket to Israel this week and immediately surrendered to the woke corporate media and leftist smear merchants. Is this the kind of America Last “leadership” that grassroots conservatives want if Republicans take back Congress in November?

McCarthy told a CNN reporter on Monday that it was “appalling and wrong” for Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., and Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., to speak to the annual America First Political Action Conference, or AFPAC. I have personally addressed and supported AFPAC since its inception in 2019. It is the authentic alternative to the moldy, Swamp-run Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, from which a rising generation of staunch immigration restrictionists and conservative Christians are banned and blacklisted (including me) — while drag queens, foreign sponsors, and Big Tech titans Google and Facebook have been welcomed by CPAC with open arms.

Decrepit GOP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell echoed the liberal outrage mob over AFPAC. He railed against “white supremacists” and “antisemitism,” which now encompasses investigating billionaire globalist George Soros, criticizing powerful bankers and opposing unlimited foreign aid to Israel. (With Southern Poverty Law Center-parroting GOP friends like this, who needs left-wing Facebook, Twitter, Google, Chase Bank and Airbnb to ban us?)

GOP elites and CNN gatekeepers want to censure Greene and Gosar for daring to address the large and growing movement of passionate patriots who care about the sovereignty of our families, churches and country above all others. In Idaho, a liberal Republican big-business group called “Take Back Idaho” demanded that populist America First Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin resign for addressing AFPAC by video. McGeachin (who has my endorsement for governor) retorted, “Not a chance!” and condemned “guilt-by-association” games.

On Monday afternoon, the Republican-dominated state Senate in Arizona issued a “censure” of populist America First state Sen. Wendy Rogers for similarly addressing AFPAC by video. The eunuchs had nothing to say about the actual violent bomb threats that were called into the hotel that hosted our conference. Instead, they hysterically accused Rogers for “threatening” violence because she demanded that “high-level criminals” responsible for COVID-19 vaccine injuries and deaths face consequences for their actions — and that convicted traitors be forced to face the gallows.

Rogers rightly refuses to fold and tweeted after the vote: “Those lying saying I was calling for violence are false. I was calling for justice and I still do.”

Now, Arizona state GOP weenies want to strip Rogers of her committee assignments, just like Traitor Kevin McCarthy did to former GOP Rep. Steve King of Iowa after The New York Times character assassins deceitfully painted him as a “white supremacist” for decrying those who have turned the phrase “Western civilization” into hate speech.

As King, who spoke to AFPAC last year and attended this year, told me Monday: “The only freedom of speech McCarthy respects is that which supports McCarthy … He has an avaricious lust for power.”

ORDER IT NOW

Texas GOP Rep. Dan “Two Minutes Hate” Crenshaw, whom my young friends in the America First movement exposed as an anti-free speech, pro-red flag law, double-talking phony on college campuses in 2019, supplied CNN with more ammunition. He attacked AFPAC’s founder, 23-year-old internet entrepreneur and nationalist activist Nick Fuentes, as “one of the worst human beings I’ve ever come across.”

“I f—-ing hate Nick Fuentes,” Crenshaw (last seen bullying a Texas schoolgirl who challenged his blasphemous comments about Jesus) fumed to CNN. “Everybody should know they’re supposed to hate Nick Fuentes.”

And they call us the “haters”?

Over the weekend, the indefatigable Fuentes and his remarkable team of 100-plus AFPAC volunteers hosted more than 1,200 American patriots — mostly young, mostly Christian and mostly, but not all, white men — in Orlando, Florida. The livestream, carried on Fuentes’ independent platform, Cozy.tv, which he created after being banned by every major Silicon Valley company, garnered 10,400-plus concurrent views and 3,000-plus new subscribers.

The 2022 AFPAC lineup included nine current or former government officials and two sitting members of Congress. In his keynote speech, America’s Sheriff and Maricopa County law enforcement legend Joe Arpaio recounted the decadeslong political witch hunt against him for detaining and deporting thousands of illegal aliens. Defiant as ever at 89, Arpaio told me he was unbowed by the firestorm over AFPAC. “I’ll talk to anyone.”

Free speech activist, Florida 11th congressional district candidate and early AFPAC supporter Laura Loomer told me that “Kevin McCarthy’s condemnation of a nationalist, conservative, pro-America conference is yet another reason why he should never be speaker of the House.” She added that “the old guard of the failed GOP establishment” is “taking the party and America backwards with their calls for increased cancel culture and political censorship.”

Indeed, podcaster and Daily Veracity founder Vince James, who has spoken at every AFPAC, told me: “When all the worst Republicans attack you, it shows you’re a threat to them … It’s an honor to be disavowed by such feckless liberals posing as conservatives.”

Black pastor and longtime broadcaster Jesse Lee Peterson galvanized the AFPAC crowd with a rousing defense of America’s founders. Rejecting Black Lives Matter, monument destruction and the martyrdom of George Floyd, Peterson asserted unapologetically: “White people built America, and we need to remember that.”


Stating facts like these will earn you the fearmongering label of “white nationalist,” even if you’re not white! Nationalists of any color are not haters, but lovers of their precious homeland. Just two simple words, embraced by a swelling red tide of conservative dissidents, will put the baying America Last mob in their place in the face of all the shunning, censuring, lying and clucking:

So. What.

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  1. Check out the content of the speeches and consider how “sitting Congresswoman” Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. \$15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved “alt-dissident right” activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have – “vote GOP harder.” A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn’t have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It’s a much harder road but real revolutions aren’t easy. It’s much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your “incremental gains” aren’t just one step forward, two back.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Exile

    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no fly list?

    Otherwise I agree with everything you said.

    Voting for the scumbag assholes in the GOP isn't going to help white people.....it never has and never will.

    Replies: @Exile, @Pierre de Craon

    , @CactusLad
    @Exile

    Why lie? Marjorie Taylor Greene did not disavow the event, nor did she try to memory hole it. She defended her appearance there and has posted clips from the event on her telegram and Twitter accounts. Is that memory holing? You're a liar.

    Replies: @Exile

    , @PJ London
    @Exile

    ... and your solution is ? To shoot the postman?
    You will not, you cannot overthrow the hold that the "Two party" system has on the country.
    Many good men have tried, mainly from the right, and failed even with millions of dollars behind them, so what is the alternative?
    Sit and pound on your keyboard screaming defiance?
    Make sense or you just become another fruitcake.

    Replies: @Exile, @BuelahMan

    , @follyofwar
    @Exile

    I don't trust any elected official - including Green, Lauren Boebert, Madison Cawley, and Matt Gaetz. Last night the House democrats held a non-binding resolution demanding military support for Ukraine. There were only three votes against the motion - Thomas Massie, Paul Gosar, and some other republican whose name I can't remember. When it comes to foreign policy, they are all the same bought and paid for Israel-first Neocons, with libertarian Massie an exception. If you support sending weapons to defend Ukraine's ever-shifting borders from Russia, while your own country's Southern border is an open sewer, how can you call yourself America First?

    , @Anonymous
    @Exile

    I don't know if this "commentor" is an Alt-Left Regressive, attempting to protect his idol pedojoe biden or if it is simply a racist, as Nick Fuentes is of guinea negro and spic descent, which in no way, shape, or form qualifies him to be White.

    More than likely, this commentor is an Alt-Left Regressive Racist.

  2. @Exile
    Check out the content of the speeches and consider how "sitting Congresswoman" Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. $15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved "alt-dissident right" activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have - "vote GOP harder." A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn't have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It's a much harder road but real revolutions aren't easy. It's much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your "incremental gains" aren't just one step forward, two back.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @CactusLad, @PJ London, @follyofwar, @Anonymous

    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no fly list?

    Otherwise I agree with everything you said.

    Voting for the scumbag assholes in the GOP isn’t going to help white people…..it never has and never will.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @Robert Dolan

    Nick still triggers the J-Left sufficiently to draw fire. He's tapping genuine anti-Semitic and anti-system backlash and redirecting it into basic-bitch GOP politics. He's a spicier version of Charlie Kirk.

    His own Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel keep him sufficiently platformed to Judas Goat alt-right inclined guys into the holding pen and the bans also serve to burnish his bad-boy edgelord credentials.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    , @Pierre de Craon
    @Robert Dolan


    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no-fly list?
     
    A reasonable question. Still, I get the sense that, at least to an extent, Fuentes might have welcomed this action, just as Richard Spencer seemed almost delighted to be arrested in Budapest seven or eight years ago—that is to say, because of the useful street cred that has accrued to him from it.

    To be frank, however, compared with what I knew then about Spencer, what I know now about Fuentes is trifling. But unless he is now wearing last year's suit and has been compelled by impoverishment to buy knit ties from clothing outlets,* my suspicion lingers that he is more an opportunist than someone with the intellectual and moral potential to lead the young out of the Jews' wilderness.
    ______
    *An admission against interest: I am very fond of knit ties.

  3. Everyone has seen the literature showing AFPAC is white supremacist, but I had never heard they were also anti-semetic. This is a dangerous turn for so called American conservatives. If you think back to the National Review days of the early 1960s, Conservatives were very supportive of equality, democracy, and inclusion. Something happened after Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan to change that.

    • Troll: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Pierre de Craon
    @Harry Huntington


    Everyone has seen the literature showing AFPAC is white supremacist, but I had never heard they were also anti-semetic [sic].
     
    Two questions, Mr. Huntington.

    1) Why do you believe everything you read? Surely Mom and Dad told you at some point to believe nothing you read and only half of what you see with your own two eyes!

    2) Why should not the charge of anti-Semitism be considered ipso facto suspect, since the rich, powerful people who level the charge, usually Jews or those whose livelihood depends on staying in the Jews' good graces, are plainly tendentious and self-serving—indeed they proudly point to their partiality—and furthermore profit handsomely, in terms of money and influence, from the charge's extraordinarily liberal use?

  4. In Idaho, a liberal Republican big-business group called “Take Back Idaho” demanded that populist [politician] resign for addressing AFPAC

    This month Potato State voters will weigh in on a bunch of local, school bond (tax not reducing) measures. Will either the Lt./Gov come out in opposition? NFW!

    Indeed, the RINO governor is beside himself bragging about his measly tax cut, i.e. top rate lowered from 6.5% to 6%, and an 11% spending increase for public schools.

  5. @Exile
    Check out the content of the speeches and consider how "sitting Congresswoman" Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. $15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved "alt-dissident right" activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have - "vote GOP harder." A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn't have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It's a much harder road but real revolutions aren't easy. It's much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your "incremental gains" aren't just one step forward, two back.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @CactusLad, @PJ London, @follyofwar, @Anonymous

    Why lie? Marjorie Taylor Greene did not disavow the event, nor did she try to memory hole it. She defended her appearance there and has posted clips from the event on her telegram and Twitter accounts. Is that memory holing? You’re a liar.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @CactusLad

    Post your source, liar. Here are a couple of mine. You are a gaslighting shill.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/marjorie-taylor-greene-cpac-nick-fuentes-afpac-white-nationalist/

    https://news.yahoo.com/marjorie-taylor-greene-said-she-205542707.html

    Note - no post history for "Cactus Lad" - brand new account. Shill.

  6. I’m laughing so hard.

    • Replies: @beavertales
    @Priss Factor

    Out of all the fertility doctors who inseminated patients with their own sperm, how many are Jewish?

    Here's two confirmed: Dr. Morris Wortman of Rochester, and Dr. Norman Barwin of Canada (confirmed Ashkenazi).

    Dr. Donald Cline of Indianapolis is Catholic.

    https://www.rochesterfirst.com/science/woman-accuses-fertility-doctor-of-secretly-using-own-sperm/?ipid=promo-link-block2

    Other lawsuits against fertility doctors have taken place in New Jersey, Nevada and Colorado. DNA tests which show unusual patterns of lineage, such as Jewish where no Judaic ancestry was known, are easier to spot.

    , @schnelladine
    @Priss Factor

    No surprise that a sick betrayal like this would disproportionately be committed by kikes. I'm sure they relished doing this to those white gentile women.

  7. @Exile
    Check out the content of the speeches and consider how "sitting Congresswoman" Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. $15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved "alt-dissident right" activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have - "vote GOP harder." A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn't have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It's a much harder road but real revolutions aren't easy. It's much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your "incremental gains" aren't just one step forward, two back.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @CactusLad, @PJ London, @follyofwar, @Anonymous

    … and your solution is ? To shoot the postman?
    You will not, you cannot overthrow the hold that the “Two party” system has on the country.
    Many good men have tried, mainly from the right, and failed even with millions of dollars behind them, so what is the alternative?
    Sit and pound on your keyboard screaming defiance?
    Make sense or you just become another fruitcake.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @PJ London

    Nickers are just repackaging the GOP's eternal Faustian choice - "take our table scraps because a Demonrat will be worse."

    Does anything about the trajectory of America suggest incremental gains are sufficient to protect Whites? Arsenic vs. cyanide is not a meaningful choice.

    If you accept the two-party system's scraps, you have chosen a 100% slow death spiral. If you try anything else, you have a better chance.

    The GOP has never once shown itself to be a useful vehicle for reform. It's one step forward, two back even in "revolutions" like 1994.

    Trump's presidency showed how much of a sham he is and Nickers want us to vote for him again. This is an insultingly-obvious misdirection of political voltage.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    , @BuelahMan
    @PJ London

    It only takes a brainwashed lemming to belittle those who see the idiotic lie of the faked two party paradigms by suggesting that it cannot be changed. These brainwashed morons will try to vote their way out of the predicament and belittle those who see the travesty in the game.

    Seems to me that the only "fruitcakes" are the ones who still fall for the control lie you are promoting.

  8. Mrs. Malkin’s an unrepentant NeoCon warmonger who’s rebranded as a family values, love-our-brave-US-soldiers Christian. So when she’s among those gigging at these events marketed like old TV star autograph and memorabilia festivals, I’d like to know what AFPAC has to say — specifically — about:

    – Russia / Ukraine
    – China / Taiwan
    – Iran
    – Syria
    – Yemen
    – Palestine / Israel
    – Afghanistan

    • Replies: @Realist
    @Greta Handel

    Yes, indeed...Well, Ms. Makin?

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Greta Handel

    I doubt they have much to say about any of that. The country is being destroyed from within.

    Focus, Greta!

  9. @Priss Factor
    I'm laughing so hard.

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1498549112865701888

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1498549044284641281

    Replies: @beavertales, @schnelladine

    Out of all the fertility doctors who inseminated patients with their own sperm, how many are Jewish?

    Here’s two confirmed: Dr. Morris Wortman of Rochester, and Dr. Norman Barwin of Canada (confirmed Ashkenazi).

    Dr. Donald Cline of Indianapolis is Catholic.

    https://www.rochesterfirst.com/science/woman-accuses-fertility-doctor-of-secretly-using-own-sperm/?ipid=promo-link-block2

    Other lawsuits against fertility doctors have taken place in New Jersey, Nevada and Colorado. DNA tests which show unusual patterns of lineage, such as Jewish where no Judaic ancestry was known, are easier to spot.

  10. Is this the kind of America Last “leadership” that grassroots conservatives want if Republicans take back Congress in November?

    It makes no difference what label you put on them…they are all Deep State minions. Do you really believe there will be elections in November?

    Democracy has always been overrated…when you allow idiots to vote…idiocy ensues.

  11. @Greta Handel
    Mrs. Malkin’s an unrepentant NeoCon warmonger who’s rebranded as a family values, love-our-brave-US-soldiers Christian. So when she’s among those gigging at these events marketed like old TV star autograph and memorabilia festivals, I’d like to know what AFPAC has to say — specifically — about:

    - Russia / Ukraine
    - China / Taiwan
    - Iran
    - Syria
    - Yemen
    - Palestine / Israel
    - Afghanistan

    Replies: @Realist, @Achmed E. Newman

    Yes, indeed…Well, Ms. Makin?

  12. Anonymous[306] • Disclaimer says:

    Kevin McCarthy’s condemnation of a nationalist, conservative, pro-America conference is yet another reason why he should never be speaker of the House.

    That’s precisely why this disgusting weasel was chosen to lead the House Republicans. It’s not just about grabbing his ankles for the Democrats, MSM, or faux Republicans like his roommate Frank Luntz.

    • Replies: @schnelladine
    @Anonymous

    Yeah, I read somewhere that Kevin McCarthy and Frank Luntz are gay homoes who live together.

  13. @Exile
    Check out the content of the speeches and consider how "sitting Congresswoman" Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. $15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved "alt-dissident right" activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have - "vote GOP harder." A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn't have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It's a much harder road but real revolutions aren't easy. It's much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your "incremental gains" aren't just one step forward, two back.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @CactusLad, @PJ London, @follyofwar, @Anonymous

    I don’t trust any elected official – including Green, Lauren Boebert, Madison Cawley, and Matt Gaetz. Last night the House democrats held a non-binding resolution demanding military support for Ukraine. There were only three votes against the motion – Thomas Massie, Paul Gosar, and some other republican whose name I can’t remember. When it comes to foreign policy, they are all the same bought and paid for Israel-first Neocons, with libertarian Massie an exception. If you support sending weapons to defend Ukraine’s ever-shifting borders from Russia, while your own country’s Southern border is an open sewer, how can you call yourself America First?

  14. @Greta Handel
    Mrs. Malkin’s an unrepentant NeoCon warmonger who’s rebranded as a family values, love-our-brave-US-soldiers Christian. So when she’s among those gigging at these events marketed like old TV star autograph and memorabilia festivals, I’d like to know what AFPAC has to say — specifically — about:

    - Russia / Ukraine
    - China / Taiwan
    - Iran
    - Syria
    - Yemen
    - Palestine / Israel
    - Afghanistan

    Replies: @Realist, @Achmed E. Newman

    I doubt they have much to say about any of that. The country is being destroyed from within.

    Focus, Greta!

  15. @Anonymous
    Kevin McCarthy’s condemnation of a nationalist, conservative, pro-America conference is yet another reason why he should never be speaker of the House.

    That’s precisely why this disgusting weasel was chosen to lead the House Republicans. It’s not just about grabbing his ankles for the Democrats, MSM, or faux Republicans like his roommate Frank Luntz.

    Replies: @schnelladine

    Yeah, I read somewhere that Kevin McCarthy and Frank Luntz are gay homoes who live together.

  16. @Priss Factor
    I'm laughing so hard.

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1498549112865701888

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1498549044284641281

    Replies: @beavertales, @schnelladine

    No surprise that a sick betrayal like this would disproportionately be committed by kikes. I’m sure they relished doing this to those white gentile women.

  17. Is this what its come down to. The white nationalist movement has to have somebody like Fuentes to show that they are diverse.

  18. A penetrating and thought provoking article, so typical of Mrs. Malkin’s commentaries. I’m glad she keeps exposing these rino’s for the non-cosee whNow, add thanservatives they actually are. The left, it is true, may lie cheat and steal but the rino’s do nothing at all. d t up ano’s actually ahead..

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Don't know what happened. Probably my fault. This post should read, A penetrating and thought provoking article, so typical of Mrs. Malkin's commentaries. I'm glad she keeps exposing these rino's for the non-conservatives that the really are. The left, it is true, may lie, cheat and steal but the Rino's do nothing all all. Now add that up to see who's always ahead and why.

    , @Greta Handel
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Doc, for how long have you been and will you keep falling for the next real Republican?

    Notice the response of Mrs. Malkin to my upthread question. These people are — willfully or, like Achmed, naively — just another part of the Distract, Divide & Conquer puppet show of politics. Or you might think of AFPAC as the latest booster for Wall Street’s, Big Pharma’s, and Big War’s vaccine against meaningful change benefiting ordinary Americans.

    But you’ll keep opening that direct mail and voting, won’t you?

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

  19. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    A penetrating and thought provoking article, so typical of Mrs. Malkin's commentaries. I'm glad she keeps exposing these rino's for the non-cosee whNow, add thanservatives they actually are. The left, it is true, may lie cheat and steal but the rino's do nothing at all. d t up ano's actually ahead..

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Greta Handel

    Don’t know what happened. Probably my fault. This post should read, A penetrating and thought provoking article, so typical of Mrs. Malkin’s commentaries. I’m glad she keeps exposing these rino’s for the non-conservatives that the really are. The left, it is true, may lie, cheat and steal but the Rino’s do nothing all all. Now add that up to see who’s always ahead and why.

  20. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    A penetrating and thought provoking article, so typical of Mrs. Malkin's commentaries. I'm glad she keeps exposing these rino's for the non-cosee whNow, add thanservatives they actually are. The left, it is true, may lie cheat and steal but the rino's do nothing at all. d t up ano's actually ahead..

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich, @Greta Handel

    Doc, for how long have you been and will you keep falling for the next real Republican?

    Notice the response of Mrs. Malkin to my upthread question. These people are — willfully or, like Achmed, naively — just another part of the Distract, Divide & Conquer puppet show of politics. Or you might think of AFPAC as the latest booster for Wall Street’s, Big Pharma’s, and Big War’s vaccine against meaningful change benefiting ordinary Americans.

    But you’ll keep opening that direct mail and voting, won’t you?

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Greta Handel

    To answer your question as honestly as possible, I would vote for devil, before voting for a single democratic party politician. On the question of sanity, the democratic party's reputation precedes it. For myself, it's a simple choice. Sanity or insanity. When the media, even the alternative media, says things like, Biden made a mistake, or the democrats made a mistake, that's absurd. They don't make mistakes., Every one of the insane things they have done, they have done on purpose, not by "mistake".

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

  21. @Robert Dolan
    @Exile

    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no fly list?

    Otherwise I agree with everything you said.

    Voting for the scumbag assholes in the GOP isn't going to help white people.....it never has and never will.

    Replies: @Exile, @Pierre de Craon

    Nick still triggers the J-Left sufficiently to draw fire. He’s tapping genuine anti-Semitic and anti-system backlash and redirecting it into basic-bitch GOP politics. He’s a spicier version of Charlie Kirk.

    His own Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel keep him sufficiently platformed to Judas Goat alt-right inclined guys into the holding pen and the bans also serve to burnish his bad-boy edgelord credentials.

    • Replies: @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    … Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel …
     
    Peter Thiel is a homosexual pretending to be a Christian and a married man. He is a big-government, Deep State facilitator masquerading as a libertarian. He is a man who has tainted the moral and literary legacy of Tolkien with his shallow-fanboy appropriation of the great writer's terminology for his business ventures. He is a brilliant, widely read, highly accomplished, and imaginative entrepreneur who has directed his remarkable talents, breadth of learning, and massive wealth to grossly manipulative and perverted ends.* But an actual Jew he ain't—unless his friends and foes have been extraordinarily adept at keeping his genetic identity secret.

    Had you instead written "Tribe-linked handlers like Peter Thiel," however, I'd have no complaint.
    __________
    *And at least for audiophiles and lovers of real music, perhaps the very worst thing about him is that he is not related to the late Jim Thiel and his brother Tom, the creators of Thiel Audio (RIP) and designers of some of the finest loudspeakers ever built.

    Replies: @Exile

  22. @PJ London
    @Exile

    ... and your solution is ? To shoot the postman?
    You will not, you cannot overthrow the hold that the "Two party" system has on the country.
    Many good men have tried, mainly from the right, and failed even with millions of dollars behind them, so what is the alternative?
    Sit and pound on your keyboard screaming defiance?
    Make sense or you just become another fruitcake.

    Replies: @Exile, @BuelahMan

    Nickers are just repackaging the GOP’s eternal Faustian choice – “take our table scraps because a Demonrat will be worse.”

    Does anything about the trajectory of America suggest incremental gains are sufficient to protect Whites? Arsenic vs. cyanide is not a meaningful choice.

    If you accept the two-party system’s scraps, you have chosen a 100% slow death spiral. If you try anything else, you have a better chance.

    The GOP has never once shown itself to be a useful vehicle for reform. It’s one step forward, two back even in “revolutions” like 1994.

    Trump’s presidency showed how much of a sham he is and Nickers want us to vote for him again. This is an insultingly-obvious misdirection of political voltage.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Exile

    You know.....sadly I pretty much agree with you and came to the same conclusions long ago.

    However.....push come to shove....I am not willing to do violence nor am I willing to advocate for others to do violence.

    You're right that the two party system has been totally jewed and the entire system is institutionally anti-white.

    The smell of small hat money permeates the political landscape.

    It's sickening.

  23. @CactusLad
    @Exile

    Why lie? Marjorie Taylor Greene did not disavow the event, nor did she try to memory hole it. She defended her appearance there and has posted clips from the event on her telegram and Twitter accounts. Is that memory holing? You're a liar.

    Replies: @Exile

    Post your source, liar. Here are a couple of mine. You are a gaslighting shill.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/marjorie-taylor-greene-cpac-nick-fuentes-afpac-white-nationalist/

    https://news.yahoo.com/marjorie-taylor-greene-said-she-205542707.html

    Note – no post history for “Cactus Lad” – brand new account. Shill.

  24. Decrepit GOP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell echoed the liberal outrage mob over AFPAC. He railed against “white supremacists” and “antisemitism,” which now encompasses investigating billionaire globalist George Soros, criticizing powerful bankers and opposing unlimited foreign aid to Israel. (With Southern Poverty Law Center-parroting GOP friends like this, who needs left-wing Facebook, Twitter, Google, Chase Bank and Airbnb to ban us?)

    Sorry, Ms. Malkin, but English-speaking ‘conservatism’ is all about shilling for big business–always has been–always will be.

  25. @Exile
    @Robert Dolan

    Nick still triggers the J-Left sufficiently to draw fire. He's tapping genuine anti-Semitic and anti-system backlash and redirecting it into basic-bitch GOP politics. He's a spicier version of Charlie Kirk.

    His own Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel keep him sufficiently platformed to Judas Goat alt-right inclined guys into the holding pen and the bans also serve to burnish his bad-boy edgelord credentials.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    … Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel …

    Peter Thiel is a homosexual pretending to be a Christian and a married man. He is a big-government, Deep State facilitator masquerading as a libertarian. He is a man who has tainted the moral and literary legacy of Tolkien with his shallow-fanboy appropriation of the great writer’s terminology for his business ventures. He is a brilliant, widely read, highly accomplished, and imaginative entrepreneur who has directed his remarkable talents, breadth of learning, and massive wealth to grossly manipulative and perverted ends.* But an actual Jew he ain’t—unless his friends and foes have been extraordinarily adept at keeping his genetic identity secret.

    Had you instead written “Tribe-linked handlers like Peter Thiel,” however, I’d have no complaint.
    __________
    *And at least for audiophiles and lovers of real music, perhaps the very worst thing about him is that he is not related to the late Jim Thiel and his brother Tom, the creators of Thiel Audio (RIP) and designers of some of the finest loudspeakers ever built.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @Pierre de Craon

    Team Zion is Team Zion - I'm not an autiste on genes. A libertarian homosexual who platforms Moldbug and AF is a functional and spiritual Jew.

    You have to know who is technically a gentile but sides with Jews over Whites. I would call Donald Trump Tribal as well as the entire Cuomo family. Lindsey Graham is another. Homosexuals with extremely rare exceptions (e.g. Glenn Greenwald, Justin Raimundo) enthusiastically support an exploitative power structure because it feeds their appetites. They will gladly walk over corpses to find a child to molest.

    OTOH, guys like Greenwald, Ron Unz and Atzmon may have the genes but they've effectively been kicked out of the Tribe and don't align with them. For White identity politics purposes, you have to keep those guys at arms-length because of the converso/crypsis risk but you don't look a gift horse in the mouth. White identitarians/nationalists have common interests with these outliers including kneecapping the Deep State and questioning subversive narratives like the Holocaust. When it comes to policing White politics for entryism, subversion and doxxing risk, excluding Jews, even "based Jews," is the wisest policy. Jews who have rejected Zionism and Jewish identity can go their own way. The honest, good-faith anti-Zionists of Jewish heritage should understand why they can't be part of White movements - history is just too laden with cautionary tales.

    It's not as if these guys want to be part of our movements anyway, but AF and a lot of their fellow travelers are very quick to lobby for Not-all-Jews-are-Like-That exceptions to smuggle in guys like Yoram Harzony or Ezra Levant.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

  26. @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    … Tribal handlers like Peter Thiel …
     
    Peter Thiel is a homosexual pretending to be a Christian and a married man. He is a big-government, Deep State facilitator masquerading as a libertarian. He is a man who has tainted the moral and literary legacy of Tolkien with his shallow-fanboy appropriation of the great writer's terminology for his business ventures. He is a brilliant, widely read, highly accomplished, and imaginative entrepreneur who has directed his remarkable talents, breadth of learning, and massive wealth to grossly manipulative and perverted ends.* But an actual Jew he ain't—unless his friends and foes have been extraordinarily adept at keeping his genetic identity secret.

    Had you instead written "Tribe-linked handlers like Peter Thiel," however, I'd have no complaint.
    __________
    *And at least for audiophiles and lovers of real music, perhaps the very worst thing about him is that he is not related to the late Jim Thiel and his brother Tom, the creators of Thiel Audio (RIP) and designers of some of the finest loudspeakers ever built.

    Replies: @Exile

    Team Zion is Team Zion – I’m not an autiste on genes. A libertarian homosexual who platforms Moldbug and AF is a functional and spiritual Jew.

    You have to know who is technically a gentile but sides with Jews over Whites. I would call Donald Trump Tribal as well as the entire Cuomo family. Lindsey Graham is another. Homosexuals with extremely rare exceptions (e.g. Glenn Greenwald, Justin Raimundo) enthusiastically support an exploitative power structure because it feeds their appetites. They will gladly walk over corpses to find a child to molest.

    OTOH, guys like Greenwald, Ron Unz and Atzmon may have the genes but they’ve effectively been kicked out of the Tribe and don’t align with them. For White identity politics purposes, you have to keep those guys at arms-length because of the converso/crypsis risk but you don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. White identitarians/nationalists have common interests with these outliers including kneecapping the Deep State and questioning subversive narratives like the Holocaust. When it comes to policing White politics for entryism, subversion and doxxing risk, excluding Jews, even “based Jews,” is the wisest policy. Jews who have rejected Zionism and Jewish identity can go their own way. The honest, good-faith anti-Zionists of Jewish heritage should understand why they can’t be part of White movements – history is just too laden with cautionary tales.

    It’s not as if these guys want to be part of our movements anyway, but AF and a lot of their fellow travelers are very quick to lobby for Not-all-Jews-are-Like-That exceptions to smuggle in guys like Yoram Harzony or Ezra Levant.

    • Replies: @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    Team Zion is Team Zion – I’m not an autiste[!] on genes.
     
    Ah.

    "When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less."

    "The question is," said Alice, "whether you can make words mean so many different things."

    "The question is," said Humpty Dumpty, "which is to be master—that's all."
     
    Like Humpty and William of Occam, you are a nominalist. Like Alice, I see what you're driving it, but also like Alice, I question your nominalism's usefulness when you are talking to someone other than yourself, especially the many who think that there is much to be said for acknowledging practical limits on meaning's elasticity.

    Replies: @Exile

  27. @Exile
    @Pierre de Craon

    Team Zion is Team Zion - I'm not an autiste on genes. A libertarian homosexual who platforms Moldbug and AF is a functional and spiritual Jew.

    You have to know who is technically a gentile but sides with Jews over Whites. I would call Donald Trump Tribal as well as the entire Cuomo family. Lindsey Graham is another. Homosexuals with extremely rare exceptions (e.g. Glenn Greenwald, Justin Raimundo) enthusiastically support an exploitative power structure because it feeds their appetites. They will gladly walk over corpses to find a child to molest.

    OTOH, guys like Greenwald, Ron Unz and Atzmon may have the genes but they've effectively been kicked out of the Tribe and don't align with them. For White identity politics purposes, you have to keep those guys at arms-length because of the converso/crypsis risk but you don't look a gift horse in the mouth. White identitarians/nationalists have common interests with these outliers including kneecapping the Deep State and questioning subversive narratives like the Holocaust. When it comes to policing White politics for entryism, subversion and doxxing risk, excluding Jews, even "based Jews," is the wisest policy. Jews who have rejected Zionism and Jewish identity can go their own way. The honest, good-faith anti-Zionists of Jewish heritage should understand why they can't be part of White movements - history is just too laden with cautionary tales.

    It's not as if these guys want to be part of our movements anyway, but AF and a lot of their fellow travelers are very quick to lobby for Not-all-Jews-are-Like-That exceptions to smuggle in guys like Yoram Harzony or Ezra Levant.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    Team Zion is Team Zion – I’m not an autiste[!] on genes.

    Ah.

    “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”

    “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”

    “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master—that’s all.”

    Like Humpty and William of Occam, you are a nominalist. Like Alice, I see what you’re driving it, but also like Alice, I question your nominalism’s usefulness when you are talking to someone other than yourself, especially the many who think that there is much to be said for acknowledging practical limits on meaning’s elasticity.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @Pierre de Craon

    I'd make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response, but why bother.
    You're just picking nits on edge-case questions then rubbishing the response because it's necessarily ambiguous. A rigged exchange, waste of time.

    Peacocking your galaxy-brain with Lewis Carroll quotes and pedantry is about what I expected in response. Second-rate Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery and preening your alleged intellectual plumage. Your response to HH is much the same.

    My response stands for anyone who's genuinely interested in the problem of kosher-approved dissent and misdirection strategies. Online debate Poindexters should just skip over it.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

  28. @Harry Huntington
    Everyone has seen the literature showing AFPAC is white supremacist, but I had never heard they were also anti-semetic. This is a dangerous turn for so called American conservatives. If you think back to the National Review days of the early 1960s, Conservatives were very supportive of equality, democracy, and inclusion. Something happened after Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan to change that.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    Everyone has seen the literature showing AFPAC is white supremacist, but I had never heard they were also anti-semetic [sic].

    Two questions, Mr. Huntington.

    1) Why do you believe everything you read? Surely Mom and Dad told you at some point to believe nothing you read and only half of what you see with your own two eyes!

    2) Why should not the charge of anti-Semitism be considered ipso facto suspect, since the rich, powerful people who level the charge, usually Jews or those whose livelihood depends on staying in the Jews’ good graces, are plainly tendentious and self-serving—indeed they proudly point to their partiality—and furthermore profit handsomely, in terms of money and influence, from the charge’s extraordinarily liberal use?

  29. @Robert Dolan
    @Exile

    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no fly list?

    Otherwise I agree with everything you said.

    Voting for the scumbag assholes in the GOP isn't going to help white people.....it never has and never will.

    Replies: @Exile, @Pierre de Craon

    If Nick is kosher approved then why did they confiscate his money and put him on the no-fly list?

    A reasonable question. Still, I get the sense that, at least to an extent, Fuentes might have welcomed this action, just as Richard Spencer seemed almost delighted to be arrested in Budapest seven or eight years ago—that is to say, because of the useful street cred that has accrued to him from it.

    To be frank, however, compared with what I knew then about Spencer, what I know now about Fuentes is trifling. But unless he is now wearing last year’s suit and has been compelled by impoverishment to buy knit ties from clothing outlets,* my suspicion lingers that he is more an opportunist than someone with the intellectual and moral potential to lead the young out of the Jews’ wilderness.
    ______
    *An admission against interest: I am very fond of knit ties.

  30. @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    Team Zion is Team Zion – I’m not an autiste[!] on genes.
     
    Ah.

    "When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less."

    "The question is," said Alice, "whether you can make words mean so many different things."

    "The question is," said Humpty Dumpty, "which is to be master—that's all."
     
    Like Humpty and William of Occam, you are a nominalist. Like Alice, I see what you're driving it, but also like Alice, I question your nominalism's usefulness when you are talking to someone other than yourself, especially the many who think that there is much to be said for acknowledging practical limits on meaning's elasticity.

    Replies: @Exile

    I’d make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response, but why bother.
    You’re just picking nits on edge-case questions then rubbishing the response because it’s necessarily ambiguous. A rigged exchange, waste of time.

    Peacocking your galaxy-brain with Lewis Carroll quotes and pedantry is about what I expected in response. Second-rate Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery and preening your alleged intellectual plumage. Your response to HH is much the same.

    My response stands for anyone who’s genuinely interested in the problem of kosher-approved dissent and misdirection strategies. Online debate Poindexters should just skip over it.

    • Replies: @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    I’d make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response …
     
    No, you wouldn't, because you don't know any. Besides, your English is inadequate to the task, and to camouflage your inadequacy, you pretend to unique, unprecedented insight into matters that have been plain as day to actual grown-ups for decades and longer.

    This is you: "underbus [v.]," "basic-bitch [adj.]," "Judas Goat [v.]," "edgelord [?]," "kneecapping the Deep State," not to omit your priceless "autiste," "peacocking," and whatever in the world "Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery" is supposed to mean to a white man for whom being hip and cool isn't a priority. The last quote is especially revealing in that it points to your many references to the little nobodies whose firefly celebrity you envy and whose names you drop with the desperate air of a boy eager to impress.

    Put otherwise, you plainly think you're clever, but you're not. You're just dull in a new way.

    Occasionally, when neologisms fail you, you fall back on what appears to be your favored form of standard English: threadbare cliché: "It’s a much harder road but real revolutions aren’t easy." Perhaps this is breaking news to gamers, but to anyone who has actual experience of the offline world—not to mention those who actually know something about revolutions and bloodshed because they have been in real combat in a real war—it's the sound of a blowhard with a high opinion of himself.

    Later, you were gracious enough to explain to sheltered me the "converso/crypsis risk" of having truck with homosexuals. Does Advanced Gamers Quarterly have articles on this topic?

    Your card has been marked. Perhaps when you were twelve, Exile, you should have heeded your mother when she told you to spend less time staring in the mirror. Had you listened then, you might be worth listening to now.

    Replies: @Exile

  31. @Exile
    @Pierre de Craon

    I'd make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response, but why bother.
    You're just picking nits on edge-case questions then rubbishing the response because it's necessarily ambiguous. A rigged exchange, waste of time.

    Peacocking your galaxy-brain with Lewis Carroll quotes and pedantry is about what I expected in response. Second-rate Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery and preening your alleged intellectual plumage. Your response to HH is much the same.

    My response stands for anyone who's genuinely interested in the problem of kosher-approved dissent and misdirection strategies. Online debate Poindexters should just skip over it.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    I’d make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response …

    No, you wouldn’t, because you don’t know any. Besides, your English is inadequate to the task, and to camouflage your inadequacy, you pretend to unique, unprecedented insight into matters that have been plain as day to actual grown-ups for decades and longer.

    This is you: “underbus [v.],” “basic-bitch [adj.],” “Judas Goat [v.],” “edgelord [?],” “kneecapping the Deep State,” not to omit your priceless “autiste,” “peacocking,” and whatever in the world “Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery” is supposed to mean to a white man for whom being hip and cool isn’t a priority. The last quote is especially revealing in that it points to your many references to the little nobodies whose firefly celebrity you envy and whose names you drop with the desperate air of a boy eager to impress.

    Put otherwise, you plainly think you’re clever, but you’re not. You’re just dull in a new way.

    Occasionally, when neologisms fail you, you fall back on what appears to be your favored form of standard English: threadbare cliché: “It’s a much harder road but real revolutions aren’t easy.” Perhaps this is breaking news to gamers, but to anyone who has actual experience of the offline world—not to mention those who actually know something about revolutions and bloodshed because they have been in real combat in a real war—it’s the sound of a blowhard with a high opinion of himself.

    Later, you were gracious enough to explain to sheltered me the “converso/crypsis risk” of having truck with homosexuals. Does Advanced Gamers Quarterly have articles on this topic?

    Your card has been marked. Perhaps when you were twelve, Exile, you should have heeded your mother when she told you to spend less time staring in the mirror. Had you listened then, you might be worth listening to now.

    • Replies: @Exile
    @Pierre de Craon

    You want to stifle discussion of a contentious topic by smearing the messengers. You're either in denial or you're seeking to deflect and deceive.

    Snobbery doesn't kick enough sand over this issue - people are noticing Jewish manipulation of the Overton Window in American and world politics.

    They always want someone in the room to steer the conversation, even on the "far right," and if that's a gentile Jews can rely on, so much the better. It gives room for guys like you to play the edge-cases and sow confusion.

  32. @Exile
    @PJ London

    Nickers are just repackaging the GOP's eternal Faustian choice - "take our table scraps because a Demonrat will be worse."

    Does anything about the trajectory of America suggest incremental gains are sufficient to protect Whites? Arsenic vs. cyanide is not a meaningful choice.

    If you accept the two-party system's scraps, you have chosen a 100% slow death spiral. If you try anything else, you have a better chance.

    The GOP has never once shown itself to be a useful vehicle for reform. It's one step forward, two back even in "revolutions" like 1994.

    Trump's presidency showed how much of a sham he is and Nickers want us to vote for him again. This is an insultingly-obvious misdirection of political voltage.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    You know…..sadly I pretty much agree with you and came to the same conclusions long ago.

    However…..push come to shove….I am not willing to do violence nor am I willing to advocate for others to do violence.

    You’re right that the two party system has been totally jewed and the entire system is institutionally anti-white.

    The smell of small hat money permeates the political landscape.

    It’s sickening.

  33. That would be “called in to the hotel” instead of “called into the hotel.” Not to say that the latter is not possible.

  34. @Pierre de Craon
    @Exile


    I’d make a pithy quotation from some great man of letters in response …
     
    No, you wouldn't, because you don't know any. Besides, your English is inadequate to the task, and to camouflage your inadequacy, you pretend to unique, unprecedented insight into matters that have been plain as day to actual grown-ups for decades and longer.

    This is you: "underbus [v.]," "basic-bitch [adj.]," "Judas Goat [v.]," "edgelord [?]," "kneecapping the Deep State," not to omit your priceless "autiste," "peacocking," and whatever in the world "Moldbug-meets-Sargon debate spergery" is supposed to mean to a white man for whom being hip and cool isn't a priority. The last quote is especially revealing in that it points to your many references to the little nobodies whose firefly celebrity you envy and whose names you drop with the desperate air of a boy eager to impress.

    Put otherwise, you plainly think you're clever, but you're not. You're just dull in a new way.

    Occasionally, when neologisms fail you, you fall back on what appears to be your favored form of standard English: threadbare cliché: "It’s a much harder road but real revolutions aren’t easy." Perhaps this is breaking news to gamers, but to anyone who has actual experience of the offline world—not to mention those who actually know something about revolutions and bloodshed because they have been in real combat in a real war—it's the sound of a blowhard with a high opinion of himself.

    Later, you were gracious enough to explain to sheltered me the "converso/crypsis risk" of having truck with homosexuals. Does Advanced Gamers Quarterly have articles on this topic?

    Your card has been marked. Perhaps when you were twelve, Exile, you should have heeded your mother when she told you to spend less time staring in the mirror. Had you listened then, you might be worth listening to now.

    Replies: @Exile

    You want to stifle discussion of a contentious topic by smearing the messengers. You’re either in denial or you’re seeking to deflect and deceive.

    Snobbery doesn’t kick enough sand over this issue – people are noticing Jewish manipulation of the Overton Window in American and world politics.

    They always want someone in the room to steer the conversation, even on the “far right,” and if that’s a gentile Jews can rely on, so much the better. It gives room for guys like you to play the edge-cases and sow confusion.

  35. The best way to “reward” these turncoats is to stay home in November.
    Better to have known enemies than traitors.

    Keeping the heat up with the socialist D-Party will make Washington stink.
    The Swamp will lose the support of White people quicker that way.

    Stay home in November and say “Fuck You!”, to the GOP.
    They are merely a wing of the Zionist Occupation.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Dr. Doom

    "Zionist Occupation". TOO funny. You mohammedans are quite the hoot. Now, be a good little moslem and, following defecation, remember to wipe with a BARE left hand, as YOUR prophet commanded.

  36. @Greta Handel
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Doc, for how long have you been and will you keep falling for the next real Republican?

    Notice the response of Mrs. Malkin to my upthread question. These people are — willfully or, like Achmed, naively — just another part of the Distract, Divide & Conquer puppet show of politics. Or you might think of AFPAC as the latest booster for Wall Street’s, Big Pharma’s, and Big War’s vaccine against meaningful change benefiting ordinary Americans.

    But you’ll keep opening that direct mail and voting, won’t you?

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    To answer your question as honestly as possible, I would vote for devil, before voting for a single democratic party politician. On the question of sanity, the democratic party’s reputation precedes it. For myself, it’s a simple choice. Sanity or insanity. When the media, even the alternative media, says things like, Biden made a mistake, or the democrats made a mistake, that’s absurd. They don’t make mistakes., Every one of the insane things they have done, they have done on purpose, not by “mistake”.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    What you say about the left is true. They are willfully evil and do harm on purpose.

    On the other hand....the GOP pretends to be fighting the left, and they TELL us they are fighting on our behalf against the left....but they ALWAYS roll over.

    The GOP never fights back.

    The GOP never does ANYTHING to help white people.

    So....in many ways the GOP are actually WORSE because they mislead us into thinking that someone is doing something on our behalf, but NOTHING ever gets done.

    That stupid Trey Gowdy comes to mind. Blah blah blah blah blah.....that fucker can talk all day....and all of his talk means absolutely nothing.

    Nada.

    Well....and Trump was the same way. All talk. He did nothing for us.

    The problem is jewish influence/jewish donors/jewish media control that disallows any consideration for whites.

    Until jewish influence is dealt with nothing is going to change. It's just going to get worse and worse and worse for white people.

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

  37. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Greta Handel

    To answer your question as honestly as possible, I would vote for devil, before voting for a single democratic party politician. On the question of sanity, the democratic party's reputation precedes it. For myself, it's a simple choice. Sanity or insanity. When the media, even the alternative media, says things like, Biden made a mistake, or the democrats made a mistake, that's absurd. They don't make mistakes., Every one of the insane things they have done, they have done on purpose, not by "mistake".

    Replies: @Robert Dolan

    What you say about the left is true. They are willfully evil and do harm on purpose.

    On the other hand….the GOP pretends to be fighting the left, and they TELL us they are fighting on our behalf against the left….but they ALWAYS roll over.

    The GOP never fights back.

    The GOP never does ANYTHING to help white people.

    So….in many ways the GOP are actually WORSE because they mislead us into thinking that someone is doing something on our behalf, but NOTHING ever gets done.

    That stupid Trey Gowdy comes to mind. Blah blah blah blah blah…..that fucker can talk all day….and all of his talk means absolutely nothing.

    Nada.

    Well….and Trump was the same way. All talk. He did nothing for us.

    The problem is jewish influence/jewish donors/jewish media control that disallows any consideration for whites.

    Until jewish influence is dealt with nothing is going to change. It’s just going to get worse and worse and worse for white people.

    • Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich
    @Robert Dolan

    What can I say about the GOP Bob, except that you are correct. But my main point was to characterize the absolute evil the left does. Compared to them, Trump is a boy scout.

  38. Look, the most sacred race.

    “Racism has no place here.”

    Clown Show America.

  39. I watched part of the AFPAC conference and AFPAC leaders would be a welcome alternative to the traitors in the US government that endorse and carry out an Israel First policy for AIPAC. Nick Fuentes is intelligent and funny.

  40. @Robert Dolan
    @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    What you say about the left is true. They are willfully evil and do harm on purpose.

    On the other hand....the GOP pretends to be fighting the left, and they TELL us they are fighting on our behalf against the left....but they ALWAYS roll over.

    The GOP never fights back.

    The GOP never does ANYTHING to help white people.

    So....in many ways the GOP are actually WORSE because they mislead us into thinking that someone is doing something on our behalf, but NOTHING ever gets done.

    That stupid Trey Gowdy comes to mind. Blah blah blah blah blah.....that fucker can talk all day....and all of his talk means absolutely nothing.

    Nada.

    Well....and Trump was the same way. All talk. He did nothing for us.

    The problem is jewish influence/jewish donors/jewish media control that disallows any consideration for whites.

    Until jewish influence is dealt with nothing is going to change. It's just going to get worse and worse and worse for white people.

    Replies: @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    What can I say about the GOP Bob, except that you are correct. But my main point was to characterize the absolute evil the left does. Compared to them, Trump is a boy scout.

  41. Anonymous[281] • Disclaimer says:
    @Exile
    Check out the content of the speeches and consider how "sitting Congresswoman" Marjorie Taylor Green tried to memory-hole and underbus the whole event.

    And her speech was about rejecting identity politics. $15k of appearance fees wasted to get bored and disavowed. So much #winning.

    Fuentes and AF are the youth wing of kosher-approved "alt-dissident right" activism.

    They recommend the same useless strategy they always have - "vote GOP harder." A vote for Trump or Tom Cotton is not going to slow the march of degeneracy and anti-White hate any more than a vote for Ron Johnson, Marco Rubio or any Democrat.

    The two party system cannot be reformed from within. Anyone telling you otherwise either wants your dissent curbed and corralled (guys like Yoram Harzony) or doesn't have the wits or guts to work outside the system.

    It's a much harder road but real revolutions aren't easy. It's much safer to talk tough, accept what table scraps the elites throw you and pretend your "incremental gains" aren't just one step forward, two back.

    Replies: @Robert Dolan, @CactusLad, @PJ London, @follyofwar, @Anonymous

    I don’t know if this “commentor” is an Alt-Left Regressive, attempting to protect his idol pedojoe biden or if it is simply a racist, as Nick Fuentes is of guinea negro and spic descent, which in no way, shape, or form qualifies him to be White.

    More than likely, this commentor is an Alt-Left Regressive Racist.

  42. Anonymous[281] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. Doom
    The best way to "reward" these turncoats is to stay home in November.
    Better to have known enemies than traitors.

    Keeping the heat up with the socialist D-Party will make Washington stink.
    The Swamp will lose the support of White people quicker that way.

    Stay home in November and say "Fuck You!", to the GOP.
    They are merely a wing of the Zionist Occupation.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    “Zionist Occupation”. TOO funny. You mohammedans are quite the hoot. Now, be a good little moslem and, following defecation, remember to wipe with a BARE left hand, as YOUR prophet commanded.

  43. @PJ London
    @Exile

    ... and your solution is ? To shoot the postman?
    You will not, you cannot overthrow the hold that the "Two party" system has on the country.
    Many good men have tried, mainly from the right, and failed even with millions of dollars behind them, so what is the alternative?
    Sit and pound on your keyboard screaming defiance?
    Make sense or you just become another fruitcake.

    Replies: @Exile, @BuelahMan

    It only takes a brainwashed lemming to belittle those who see the idiotic lie of the faked two party paradigms by suggesting that it cannot be changed. These brainwashed morons will try to vote their way out of the predicament and belittle those who see the travesty in the game.

    Seems to me that the only “fruitcakes” are the ones who still fall for the control lie you are promoting.

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