Orwell on Leftist Media: “Once a Whore, Always a Whore”

First of all, a message to English left-wing journalists and intellectuals generally: ‘Do remember that dishonesty and cowardice always have to be paid for. Don’t imagine that for years on end you can make yourself the boot-licking propagandist […] and then suddenly return to mental decency. Once a whore, always a whore.’
 —George Orwell [“As I Please,” Tribune, Sep. 1, 1944]

Something that strikes even the casual observer is that the truism about history repeating itself, or at least rhyming, proves itself reliable. In the quote above, George Orwell denounces England’s left-wing press for covering up their government’s collusion with the Soviet Union in backstabbing a war ally.

In “The Witness of Poetry,” Czesław Miłosz wrote something that strikes me as central to the relationship between the establishment media class and the objective reality they purport to write about (emphasis in the original):

We discover a certain unpleasant truth that constantly intrudes on us, even if we would like to forget it. Mankind has always been divided by one rule into two species: those who know and do not speak; those who speak but do not know. This formula can be seen as an allusion to the dialectic of master and slave, for it invokes centuries of ignorance and misery among serfs, peasants, and proletarians, who alone knew the cruelty of life in all its nakedness but had to keep it to themselves. The skill of reading and writing was the privilege of the few, whose sense of life was made comfortable by power and wealth. [Harvard University Press, 1983]

I read that book in the late 1990s and the italicized line—”those who know and do not speak; those who speak but do not know”—has had an immediate and enduring impact on my thinking. Let’s take a look at these two classes of people.

Those who Know but do not Speak

In 2011, an English woman named Emma West gained worldwide notoriety when a video of her emotional argument with hostile non-Whites on a tram was posted online and viewed by more than 11 million people. Consequently, she was arrested and held in jail through Christmas, in effect a political prisoner. Pictured below is Emma West holding her toddler son on that day when she became an enemy of the state and a recipient of death threats. Her crime: saying “This is my England.”

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Almost two years later another young woman, an American named April Sims, wrote on Facebook:

My boyfriend was robbed last night by 2 black males. They held a gun to his stomach and took our $85 Wyatt’s formula, diaper wipes and veggies.

She then vented her outrage with Blacks in general, quite understandably, given her boyfriend’s ordeal and also given common observations of their antisocial behavior. For that, she lost her job. (But to my respect, she refused to apologize and when pressed she wrote: “I stand by every word I said, and do not apologize.”)

Both of those women—Emma West and April Sims—voiced legitimate grievances. Given the informal medium of their protest and emotional duress they spoke under, their words were raw, spontaneous, from the heart. And as such, their speech was opportunistically used against them by their denouncers in the media.

Michał Borowicz provides insight into what drives “those who know but don’t speak” to defy their hardship and speak nonetheless. Writing in the context of World War II-era atrocities, he writes as translated here:

Man, pushed to the very limit of his condition, found once more in the written word a last rampart against the loneliness of annihilation. His words, elaborate or awkward, cadenced or disorderly, were inspired by only the will to express, to communicate and transmit the truth. They were formulated in the worst conditions possible, were spread by impoverished means and dangerous by definition. Those words were opposed to the lie fabricated and maintained by powerful groups which had the gigantic technology at their disposal and who were protected by unbounded violence. [Ecrits des condamnés à mort sous l’occupation allemande, Presses Universitaires de France, 1954]

When listening to those who speak with a metaphoric knife at their throat, look for scraps of unadulterated truth embedded in their words. The manner in which they speak is a distant secondary consideration. Let’s now look at the other class of people from Miłosz’s formulation.

Those who Speak but do not Know

In the contemporary West those people, inclusive of members of the media, constitute a comfortable class whose wealth and connections allow them to live in insulation from the very social arrangements that they promote. Tucker Carlson describes that caste in his January 28, 2016 article “Donald Trump Is Shocking, Vulgar and Right” in Politico magazine:

If you live in an affluent ZIP code, it’s hard to see a downside to mass low-wage immigration. Your kids don’t go to public school. You don’t take the bus or use the emergency room for health care. No immigrant is competing for your job. (The day Hondurans start getting hired as green energy lobbyists is the day my neighbors become nativists.) Plus, you get cheap servants, and get to feel welcoming and virtuous while paying them less per hour than your kids make at a summer job on Nantucket. It’s all good. 

The people Carlson describes are pig-ignorant about the things that women like West or Sims know well, yet they are the loudest in denouncing them for crying out about their circumstances. Women from pricey ZIP codes do not leave their homes in the morning to barbaric noise thumping from car speakers or go to sleep to pre-human shrieks from their welfare-class neighbors. Tucker Carlson’s neighbor does not take her child outside to have a creature named De’Marquise hassle her for money and then shoot her stroller-strapped baby in the face.

The Disgraced Journalists

The journalist’s vocation is to become someone who speaks and knows. Instead, in Orwell’s time as in ours, left-wing news media have assumed the role of protector of the official state narrative, no matter how that narrative conflicts with facts and reason. In other words, they lie—on three levels:

One, they bury news of interracial crime that involve a White victim. Two, when reporting such occurrances, they refuse to identify or synthesize the larger social pattern that those occurrances constitute, de rigueur trivializing every instance of Black-on-White murder, for example, as “random” or “robbery gone wrong.” And finally, the media actively construct an anti-reality narrative around current events to promote sentiments and policies that drive the ongoing dispossession of Whites in their own countries.

From the desegregation of American schools at the point of a bayonet to Angela Merkel’s jihadi invasion of Europe, the unwritten volumes of human misery are a byproduct of the elites’ goal of replacing Whites in their own countries. The leftist media are a core, active participant in this effort. Mass immigration and the forcible mixing of communities deliberately inflict conditions of life calculated to bring about the physical destruction in whole or in part of the European people and their diaspora.

My message to today’s left-wing journalists: no one believes your story. Bloggers fact- and logic-check your writing, like Steve Sailer has been doing for over the past twenty years. Everybody goes straight to the comments sections of your articles for the truth. You have placed yourself in service to lies in defiance of your code of professional ethics and common decency. But your name is on the bylines and history’s forthcoming judgment will be clear:

Not only are you a whore, you are also accessory to genocide.

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60 thoughts on “Orwell on Leftist Media: “Once a Whore, Always a Whore”

  1. Pingback: Orwell on Leftist Media: “Once a Whore, Always a Whore” | ReactionaryThought

  2. The journalist’s vocation is to become someone who speaks and knows. Instead, in Orwell’s time as in ours, left-wing news media have assumed the role of protector of the official state narrative, no matter how that narrative conflicts with facts and reason. In other words, they lie—on three levels:

    Speaking of lies, I just got into a big Facebook argument with one of my SWPL friends, he posted something about Michael Brown. When I asked if he even bothered to read the DoJ report that unequivocally stated that evidence proved that Michael Brown didn’t have his hands in the air in surrender when shot, he did promise to actually read the report and revisit his thoughts on the matter.

    But the vast majority of Democrats could read that report 5 times and still hold that “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” is truth, once that lie was trumpeted as truth by the MSM bully pulpit it become an eternal reality.

  3. PA, you’re not offended by what Emma said about the Polish, too? If England doesn’t want them any more of them I’d be happy to welcome as many as possible to the USA.

  4. PA….

    You are just refusing to “see” the total picture… Exaggerating and underestimating in the wrong places and plain unwilling to capture what is really at stake.

    The JOURNALISTS and wannabe journalists… Just like the soldiers and cops… And actors and actresses… And athletes and musicians… And the engineers and architects… All a part of the BIG LIE… BUT ALSO your daughters and brothers and nieces and uncles and wives and fathers!!!! TELLING YOU TO YOUR FACE that the savage nigger does not exist and the VERY WORD should not roll off your tongue or cross your mind!!! So this is a self-annihilation FIRST AND FOREMOST… A great culling ONLY facilitated by a welcomed parasitic class doing what parasites do.

  5. “Genocide” is the rally cry of the Jewnigger nexus against true white Christians… The mimicry of the alt-rite/Neo’s reaction should be understood as the psychological imitation of the Jewnigger ethos that it really is… A COVERUP CLAIM for personal acts of self-annihilation perpetuated collectively with the “shift-burden” to white Christianity.

  6. “Everybody goes straight to the comments sections of your articles for the truth.” Hence the necessity of closing down comments sections. This is a profitable avenue of attack on the Left. Make them close down their comments sections.

  7. But i don’t feel that commenters such as myself can claim lofty status as dissidents. Quite simply i am not persecuted.

    The examples listed – Emma West was in jail, and that other woman lost her job – are valid.

    If i were a public school teacher, which career path i at one time considered, and which would have been a mistake but nevermind – i would have to worry about being associated with my online racism career. As it is that is not the case.

    I have often considered speaking at City Council, which is well attended and televised, and FLAYING them for the pro-diversity cumshots they splatter all over town, and more specifically their tolerance of mosques and islam community centers – but i worry about reprisals of the very real kind, such as in the form of broken windows.

    (The City Council here in this Minnesota suburb pushes diversity like it is 1995. Perhaps it is mostly momentum, or all that they know – or they are simply automaton non-existing humans, which judging by their dumb faces is the more likely.)

    Summary conclusion. Fear of physical reprisal does count as persecution, in point of fact.

    Fuck this gay earth. / that internet meme – an oldie but a goodie

  8. The corollary to “those who know and do not speak; those who speak but do not know” is the famous Yeats quote of “The best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity.” Just think your typical Facebook SJW.

    When Michał Borowicz wrote his words — “Those words were opposed to the lie fabricated and maintained by powerful groups which had the gigantic technology at their disposal and who were protected by unbounded violence” — which side is he talking about? The lies were equally thick on both sides. I’d argue they were considerably thicker on the Allied side.

    Elk: “Fear of physical reprisal does count as persecution, in point of fact.”

    Indeed it does. But the reprisals are many. I work in the corporate world. There is no way I could reconcile my online personality with work. No company would have me. I would be fired for “my beliefs,” though NOT doing this is oh-so-sacred in America. But of course only if your beliefs align with the Narrative. I could go to work as an open Communist, homosexual, race mixing advocate, even as an openly anti-white-white, and all that would be ok. As it is, it’s challenging enough to withstand the open social shaming you get if you say you’re a typical Republican cuck. Even the soggiest Republican milquetoast is beyond the pale. Trump has rattled the cages a bit in this regard, but really the needle of “respectability” hasn’t moved an inch.

  9. “I could go to work as an open Communist, homosexual, race mixing advocate, even as an openly anti-white-white, and all that would be ok. As it is, it’s challenging enough to withstand the open social shaming you get if you say you’re a typical Republican cuck. Even the soggiest Republican milquetoast is beyond the pale.”

    peterike, do you mean the above literally? Or are you being somewhat hyperbolic? I’m asking ‘cuz i certainly know what you mean. But when I run that hypothetical through my work environment and earlier ones, I know people —– white and black —– who considered themselves conservative and actually professed vestiges of race-realism (e.g., publicly stating that they would never marry outside their race or want their kids to, etc.) AND maintain their professional authority, power and reputation.

    However, i agree that doing as much would be a very risky gambit and that once such knowledge was public there would be no way to guarantee that their status would remain that secure.

    IDK; i think the reason the ‘inverse’ wouldn’t be true (e.g., the reason that if you said you were pro-gay, anti–white and pro-commie) is because those are the position and position-bearers who don’t have the power and who ARE informally inferior —– but then, in a way, they aren’t.

    I don’t think you’re feeling your hyper-blue/left NY colors and politics though when you say that “even the soggiest Republican milquetoast is beyond the pale” (btw, great line); here, in my more moderate upper-midwest clime, “cuck” republicans aren’t vilified for being too liberal.

  10. Hi Nik,

    True enough, it’s probably an East Coast thing. And maybe an East/West coast thing, because I’ve felt very similar social muffling in West Coast offices (spent a lot of time working for West coast companies).

    On the other hand, I also spent a lot of time down South, and there it’s much more acceptable to be Republican. You’ll hear people casually say stuff like “I was talking to my pastor and…” or “We took the kids to church…” stuff you NEVER hear in New York. Also, you can be pro-gun without shame. But even in Texas I don’t think you could get away with being overtly pro-white or anti-anybody-not-white. And on issues like global warming you’d probably raise an eyebrow for being a skeptic.

    But one interesting thing is that even in the South, Liberals feel no shame whatsoever about mouthing off. The wider cultural Narrative gives them cover and respectability, and they are very confident in whatever they assert. Right-wing sorts get no air cover whatsoever, and it’s always a rather brave act to vent an opinion, and even when given, opinions are couched in Cuck-speak (“I’m not a racist but…”). I keep my views strictly under cover, incidentally.

  11. But one interesting thing is that even in the South, Liberals feel no shame whatsoever about mouthing off. The wider cultural Narrative gives them cover and respectability,

    Mouthy liberals wouldn’t be welcome to spout off their nonsense in blue collar industries down South, especially in mid-size cities and below. They will still be quite actively opposed, to say the least. But it’s kinda self-selecting in that card carrying liberals don’t tend to want to live in places like Macon, Chattanooga or Spartanburg.

  12. Indeed it does. But the reprisals are many. I work in the corporate world. There is no way I could reconcile my online personality with work. No company would have me. I would be fired for “my beliefs,” though NOT doing this is oh-so-sacred in America. But of course only if your beliefs align with the Narrative.

    I’m back in a regular corp job for a Fortune 500 software company and the work I do is HR-related. I nearly had a coronary recently when I learned that the vendor we use for our background checks does something called a “Public Persona” check on all prospective employees (and not just those that need deeper clearance.). I don’t know exactly what that means but the person who described it to me insists that it’s something akin to a basic Web investigation and does not include a deep dig into social media.

    This is the first time I’ve ever heard of something like this at all, especially from a big tech company, and I’ve worked with quite a few of them. It’s alarming if we can make passing a social media litmus test a feature for employment of US citizens but not inspect incoming migrants on the same standards. (San Bernardino) And it’s important to note that we’re a government contractor whose hiring standards are federally approved, and sometimes federally mandated (as may be the case here, I suspect)

    One I can talk to the right people I will learn more.

  13. Camlostyou’re not offended by what Emma said about the Polish, too

    Not at all. It’s her England. I don’t want the English in Poland either… I even wrote a post about that: “No Sanctuary.” In any case, the open labor market in the UK is a double-edged sword. It lets people work there temporarily and buy a house or an apartment back at home, but it also wrecks families and is a youth/talent drain.

    Peterike When Michał Borowicz wrote his words […]— which side is he talking about? The lies were equally thick on both sides. I’d argue they were considerably thicker on the Allied side.

    His book is about the writings of civilian prisoners of Germans in WWII. I haven’t read the book but based on my understanding the Allied dimension would have been outside of its scope.

  14. here, in my more moderate upper-midwest clime, “cuck” republicans aren’t vilified for being too liberal.

    Down South here I’ve had tons of arguments with other Republicans (mainly evangelicals) about foreign policy, usually concerning policy towards Israel or the wisdom of more sandbox invasions. I’ve often been the only person trying to shout down up to 5 or 6 other conservatives who love Israel more than life itself, despite getting them very little political support in return.

    Oh, and Thordadday I’m completely cool with Allah and his folks, as long as they’re back in their own ancestral countries where they belong (and not invited and allowed into the West).

  15. “…..that card carrying liberals don’t tend to want to live in places like Macon, Chattanooga or Spartanburg.”

    I once did a story in Chattanooga; was there for three days in a highly selective and controlled settings —— but i was sorta intrigued by the place; the parks by the river and the old part of downtown that had the retro-styled “country-swing’-music clubs…. what’s the realpolitik of the place? demographics?

  16. As a music buff like you would like Chattanooga. It’s got a hot underground scene for younger folks, with some crossover with Nashville. Can’t remember the details but they’ve got their own rock/country sound. A surprising number of hipsters and artists now there because of the abandoned lofts and old coal and rail-related buildings. Also very quick and accessible natural beauty – rock climbing, camping and kayaking the Tennessee. It’s reminiscent of Asheville.

    A while back they spent a boatload on a new fresh water aquarium to anchor their new downtown revitalization, but then the founders of Home Depot built a world-class aquarium in Atlanta and stole their mojo, but they survived.

    Very few middle or upper class blacks there, unlike Atlanta. Eastern and Central Tennessee are known for lacking the amount of minorities you see in the rest of the South.

  17. The nastiest thing about the modern journalist is how eager they are to collaborate with(liberal) government and each other in deceiving the people. Journolist is the well-known example, but an even more insidious one is being play out before our eyes. Journalists talk about and interview politicians ad nauseam about “Immigration”. I recently saw three of them. including one supposed ‘conservative” pontificate on the perfidy of the Republicans on “Immigration”, “Immigrants” etc. for several minutes on TV, mentioning the word a half-dozen times, including “anti-Immigrant” in reference to Republicans. The qualifier word never mentioned of course was “illegal”. These people are professional liars for hire, because they full well know that Republicans and conservatives are anti-ILLEGAL immigration, but they studiously avoid the Illegal-word in any discussion of it. Worse, the Republicans let them get away with it.

    Here’s an idea: how about any Republican being interviewed on “Immigration” simply refuses to deal with any question about “immigration” or “immigrants”, until the interviewer attaches “illegal”. A suitable responses to “What is your position on immigration?” might be:
    * “If you mean ILLEGAL immigration, I am completely against it! But I think LEGAL immigration is a wonderful thing – it make me proud that so many all over the world want to become an American like you and I.”

    When inevitably the interviewer refuses to say “illegal”, the Republican should terminate the interview with something like “Okay, now I’m going to ask you, on the record, for your opinion about “Child Labor”. But for brevity, I will simply quote your statement as your position on “Labor”. Work for you?”

    We have to stop letting these paid liars play this game!

  18. Gee, maybe the media is trying to do the right thing and crush white supremacy in all its forms.

    Many of you guys sympathize with warlords who worked for traitorous slavelords and killed a few hundred thousand American soldiers in the course of their failed rebellion.

    I think that ideology is worthy of destruction.

  19. I think that ideology is worthy of destruction.

    Who here is arguing an ideology?

    I am not arguing an ideology, i am arguing interests. As a white person, my interests includes, and in fact is primarily determined by and comprised of, my ethnic and racial identity.

    So Steve Long, if you are interested in conversing, please answer the question, What do you consider your group identity and what is its representation and what are its interests?

    Arguing at the level of ideology is for fools. What matters is identity. What is your identity. (If one wants to play dialectical tricks, one can say that identity becomes one’s ideology, but that is a pointless exercise in confusion. Ideology is a luxury for those with an identity.)

    On the personal, i have no problem with people opposed to white interests and white identity, if they are willing to acknowledge that they are opposed to white interests and white identity.

    It is natural that those who are not identified with white interests, will be opposed to it. Let us hope we can amicably part ways. This having to live together will not work out. We have separate interests and we are in competition.

    What is best for the white kids. The black and brown kids at the playground, are a hassle and a bother and lead to trouble. They are not ours and we do not want them. We want our own space and i would suggest that we are willing to come to an arrangement.

  20. “Many of you guys sympathize with warlords who worked for traitorous slavelords and killed a few hundred thousand American soldiers in the course of their failed rebellion.”

    Yes, when you take the completely fraudulent Cuck’s view of the Civil War, you say really stupid things like you just did.

  21. “Many of you guys sympathize with warlords who worked for traitorous slavelords and killed a few hundred thousand American soldiers in the course of their failed rebellion.”

    OMG, more butthurt. Not so much unlike the leftists who “sympathize” with murderous leaders like Mao or Che or Fidel or Stalin. Obama campaign offices featured lots of adoring photos of them all over. Bernie Sanders has praised the Castro regime endlessly, despite the number of political dissidents and opponents that were executed.

  22. At first glance I thought that Steve Long was a random anti-White leftie that had wandered over here for us to school (this post had gotten linked by a number of sites that are unfamiliar to me). Imagine my disappointment when I saw that this is merely the same old Anti-Racist fellow from Chuck’s old blog, whom I then spammed.

  23. Ah. If traditional holds, I’d guess that if we put chunks of Steve Long’s text into google we will find it in posts all over alt-right blogs.

  24. I am a fool to give guys like that benefit of the doubt, but the argument is preparation for my speech down City Hall, where some (some?! ha, most) of the people will be as clueless.

    Imagine actually saying,

    “The brown and black kids, the Mexicans and Somalis, down at the park – i don’t like them and i don’t want ’em there playing with my kids.”

    Quite simply it is not going to work, as an argument.

    People will think that there is something wrong with you. Who could possibly object to different colored children playing together down at the park, what could possibly be the matter with that?

    And they would have a point, if life were a playground!

    It’s not a playground. And here is the Punchline – the playground even isn’t a playground!

    Deep, man. Not even in a metaphorical sense! see consider. The playground is part of life. It is a playground through the eyes of adults – but in the experience of the kids, it is not a playground at all!

    Somehow there, in that differing perspective, is a key. I don’t know that i can quite tease it out, now.

  25. Who could possibly object to different colored children playing together down at the park … ?

    Who could possibly object to a greengrocer wanting workers of the world to be united?

  26. But without going all developmental psychology and comparing the different groups, and those groups at different stages of life, … or rather, let’s do that.

    The problem is quite simply, that life patterns of behavior are learned at an early stage, and the results of those patterns are cumulative. And we don’t get no do-overs.

    Everyone knows the playground which is not a playground, is rough. Do we want to let the kids sort out their hierarchy, and let them fall into place there, and get stuck there or damaged?

    It would seem to go against the tough guy right wing reactionary philosophy that we all know love and espouse, which would be to let the kids run wild and the strong survive … it would seem to go against that to suggest that our delicate and sensitive white children, the beautiful girls and the brilliant boys, might not want to have to spit it out against the precocious fast developing black kids.

    But the simple fact is that the children of the longer developing races will be at a disadvantage in that playground competition, and subsequently in the competition of life which it quickly morphs into around the age of 11 and 12.

    That is exactly how a lot of white girls are lost. At those early ages of pubescence, blacks are ahead in their physical maturity. And the boys are bigger and do better at sports and the girls are impressed with that and the rest needs no lurid detailing. But if you insist imagine a cheap scene, smelly sweat, bad rough feelz, and then downhill from there.

  27. Who could possibly object to a greengrocer wanting workers of the world to be united?

    That is exactly how ideology is used against us. How ideology is used against the nitty gritty of real world interests.

    Real world interests from which there ultimately is no escape.

    We have a program in our head that is like a dream magnet. We want something better.

    And so an ideology is crafted to appeal to our better natures. All good people are susceptible to this.

    It can take a long time, and or hard circumstances (that inevitably catch up to everyone), before people (especially men!) come to be more realistic about what will make for a better life.

    Which is why the perspective of youth is … worthless, when it comes to practical matters such as politics.

    Sure the youth might think and feel that we can all get along and be something better and all as one together.

    In these recent times, where life is not too hard, they are young and life is in front of them, and they don’t see its limits – and more to the point, they don’t see what those limits imply.

    What they imply is competition. Competition for life, for living space, for women, for resources. These things are not unlimited!

  28. I have been willing to acknowledge, through the voice of an internet character, that some of the negative stereotypes about white racists, have been on target, in regards to my own situation.

    In my life it was because of hard circumstances that came about through personal failures that i ran up against the realities of race and how the competition between races plays out in the lives of individuals.

    That last part is something that cannot be emphasized enough. And that comes into effect in an early age in the playground, but that pattern is not just for kids, it holds across the whole spectrum of age. Wherever the races are mixed, one race is on the up and the other is losing, and that plays out in a million different individual interactions every hour of every day.

    On the bus, in the lunchroom, at the library, on the street. Every time some average-sized white guy has to avert his eyes and adopt a non-threatening posture … has cumulative effect on his self-regard and ultimately his life pattern, the success that he has in life, and his health.

    That macro trend is a HUGE topic, and i don’t think that it is treated enough, even here within the race-real sphere. It is not treated enough because it is SENSITIVE. No one likes to talk about how they are intimidated and beat down in a million little ways, every day. It is humiliating!

    There are plenty of tough white guys in the real world. I know this. And i get to read about their stories on the internet.

    But it’s is the Untold Story that is the real story, idn’t it. / hahaha

  29. Races are in a struggle for dominance. That is an axiom in biology and ethology.

    I don’t know that it is an axiom in those fields. But it is true, is it not?

    It is a hard truth.

  30. The Ghost of Obsidian would laugh. It would laugh and say buck up, cowboy!

    Or no he actually would not say That, he would say something else with a more urban image. I like the cowboy image because i’m white and American and cowboys are cool.

    But he would be right to say buck up and fight or shut up. But the problem is, where is this fight.

    How do you take it to the street? I am not going up against a 200 lbs gorilla. The kids around here are in packs three or four and any sustained eye contact is a challenge.

    Just like a lion against a bunch of hyenas, the people who study that say it is easy to predict who wins: whichever side weighs more. Just like with people.

  31. One more and then a break. An example of how the macro struggle between the races Black and White in America plays out and conceivably effects (no sic) the lives of individuals.

    Sailer has a post at Unz about how students University of Missouri students are getting mau-mau’ed. Freshman kids have to sit through sensitivity training from some middle-aged black dude professor who lectures them browbeats them with bullshit claptrap along the lines of racism and beauty standards. Apparently Serena Williams isn’t a big-butt sex symbol because we can’t admit her overwhelming stench of beauty because of racist standards.

    Total complete nonsense, on its face. But the point is how it plays out. How it actually it plays out in the real world. It is in the form of a lecture where a middle-aged (and “dapper”) black man is anointed with status and prestige and positioned to belittle and insult … and humiliate … white kids.

    And they HAVE to sit there and take it. It IS a requirement.

    Who will say that such real world interaction has no effect on someone’s thoughts and feelings and consequent behavior and life?

    Or am i wrong? can the kids just blow it off as so much bullshit?

    That example is not exactly what i was referring to earlier. It is a more pronounced and elaborate display, and one that is sanctioned and officious rather than “organic” and informal – and that is a crucial difference. Because it is the informal and organic interactions and displays that are MORE authentic and meaningful, and effecting of life outcomes. However it is still part of the pattern and an example.

  32. “Who could possibly object to a greengrocer wanting workers of the world to be united?”

    Lol! And don’t forget the haberdashers in the corner shop.

  33. I remember having to endure the occasional finger-wagging session like that Univ of Missouri talk in some of my liberal arts courses in college, and I attended a pretty conservative, large southern State U. No one will remember a word he said in 2 months, especially not the white students. It’s just standard claptrap.

    Apparently Serena Williams isn’t a big-butt sex symbol because we can’t admit her overwhelming stench of beauty because of racist standards.

    Serena can’t be racist, she had a profile on jdate.com:

    https://www.datalounge.com/thread/8282528-serena-williams-joins-jewish-dating-website

    And if blacks are so concerned with Serena’s business interests, they could go out and buy from her clothing line, or tune in to her broadcasts when she’s on TV. (but we know neither of those are happening because they would require agency)

    I’ve got in excess of 350+ black friends on Facebook, and this week a bunch of them have been posting an absolutely enormous amount about Serena’s endorsements, along with Cam Newton “racist haters” memes.

  34. Elk: “That macro trend is a HUGE topic, and i don’t think that it is treated enough, even here within the race-real sphere. It is not treated enough because it is SENSITIVE. No one likes to talk about how they are intimidated and beat down in a million little ways, every day. It is humiliating!”

    I’m not an old guy, I am your age, and yet sometimes the turning wheel of history astounds me. In my own lifetime, I have been in situations when somebody in public said something extremely politically incorrect — for example asking “why the hell are the Russian soldiers still here?”. And everybody suddenly looked at their shoes. Real story. I was a kid on a tram during that awkward moment. And as far as Katyn is concerned, that was something your parents told you quietly at home when they thought you were mature enough to hold your tongue around your friends.

    And then, those taboos just burst like they never were there to begin with.

  35. Elk: “It would seem to go against the tough guy right wing reactionary philosophy that we all know love and espouse, which would be to let the kids run wild and the strong survive … it would seem to go against that to suggest that our delicate and sensitive white children, the beautiful girls and the brilliant boys, might not want to have to spit it out against the precocious fast developing black kids.”

    This and your subsequent musing takes things basically to Thomas Hobbes: the purpose of the government is to provide security in exchange for a partial relinquishment of our prerogative for violence. With the Civil Rights coup d’état, we lost our prerogatives for violence AND we lost security.

  36. Who could possibly object to different colored children playing together down at the park?
    The parents of Michael Connor Verkerke.

  37. Peterike, Alex: yeah, exactly. Elk may also have been alluding to the anti-Communist classic “Greengrocer’s Sign” parable:

    “To overcome this complication, [the greengrocer’s] expression of loyalty must take the form of a sign which, at least on its textual surface, indicates a level of disinterested conviction. It must allow the greengrocer to say, “What’s wrong with the workers of the world uniting?” Thus the sign helps the greengrocer to conceal from himself the low foundations of his obedience, at the same time concealing the low foundations of power. It hides them behind the facade of something high. And that something is ideology.”

    LINK

  38. Regarding comment sections, it appears that the Daily Mail has tried to co-opt them rather than shut them down outright. Anti-narrative comments are either blocked entirely or green arrow vote suppressed. Pro narrative comments get a suspiciously quick surge of votes to put them right at the top of best rated. You can tell it’s been fudged when the top 2 or 3 are pro narrative, followed by the rest of the rankings being all anti narrative. I’m betting they probably have full time staff dedicated to building false consensus in the comments section.

  39. Jeremy, I’ve noticed that too. The question then is, how keen is people’s counterfit gold / aka bullshit detector? The power of the media lies in its credibility. Once that credibility is shot, the media start resembling a perimenopausal whore that puts on lipstick and a sundress and expects men to offer her marriage proposals. If normal people see through those tricks, then doctoring the comments section is the news publications’ digging themselves into a deer hole.

  40. “Races are in a struggle for dominance. That is an axiom in biology and ethology…..I don’t know that it is an axiom in those fields. But it is true, is it not?…..It is a hard truth.”

    The struggle would biologically be resolved through, umm, ‘hybridization,” which would then have a ‘innoculation’ effect on said struggle, hence, its being resolved.

    “Trump is going to have to disavow them in public.”

    Which is yet one more among a thousand reasons why the AR should disavow its uncivil and derogatory wing rather than whine and reveal its inferiority complex by obsessing over tit-for-tat hypocrysies from the left.

    But absent that, even the most principled HBD abstraction remains taboo and your leading political candidate is further tainted…… (peterike and many here marvel in amazement over the political success of “The Left” throughout the second half of the 20th-century while disdaining and disavowing the left’s most consistently successful political tactics).

  41. “On the bus, in the lunchroom, at the library, on the street. Every time some average-sized white guy has to avert his eyes and adopt a non-threatening posture … has cumulative effect on his self-regard and ultimately his life pattern, the success that he has in life, and his health.

    That macro trend is a HUGE topic, and i don’t think that it is treated enough, even here within the race-real sphere. It is not treated enough because it is SENSITIVE. No one likes to talk about how they are intimidated and beat down in a million little ways, every day. It is humiliating!”

    I appreciate the candor here, but I’m not clear as to what you are specifically referring to here; can you dramatize your point here with an example?

  42. O.T. RE: “My appeal to these misguided boys in miniskirts: you were born and raised during Europe’s outburst of effeminate madness. Your Northern soul seeks the truth and strives for righteousness, but everything you believe is a lie. The truth is that your undignified unmanning fails to protect even one Dutch woman. In fact, it has the exact opposite effect, in that your self-inflicted beclowning emboldens the savages that have been pumped into your country. Furthermore, when a Dutch girl sees you parading about like this, her disgust with an Arab’s grope becomes milder than her revulsion at the thought of your caress.”

    I meant to address this a couple of weeks ago. But this quote of yours (PA) which captioned a pic of a bunch of Dutch boys in skirts to show solidarity with Dutch female rape victims, must’ve been painful for you—— i imagine the mixture of solidarity but regret you feel when seeing that pic and then writing what you wrote is what I feel when i feel in reverse -racial situations several times per day during some weeks.

  43. Here is an example,

    Fuck the fuck off

    ***********

    Get it?

    Kind of a joke, but at the same time, an ACTUAL EXAMPLE, per request.

    To explain it in further detail is missing the point. I am being as clear as possible. My exegesis upthread, regarding the point of how the race struggle plays out in individual lives, can not be laid out any more clearly.

    Jimminy Christmas, am i talking to a wall?

  44. “I have been willing to acknowledge, through the voice of an internet character, that some of the negative stereotypes about white racists, have been on target, in regards to my own situation.

    In my life it was because of hard circumstances that came about through personal failures that i ran up against the realities of race and how the competition between races plays out in the lives of individuals.”

    Ahh! I see now. My oversight…..Humble pie or bitter fruit?

  45. Both obviously.

    I have said too much, that is clear.

    It doesn’t matter, ultimately, and someone has to say it. Someone has to make the point, that this struggle is playing out in all our individual lives, and it plays out in pain and defeat.

    How many people have been beat up and raped?

    What the fuck is that called but HUMILIATION.

    I have had the shit kicked out of me, on the street, by niggers. It aint no fun, and those feelings don’t go away. I would shoot them or rather put out their eyes and cut off their thumbs and tie em up and let the rats eat em … but i don’t know who they are and even if i did … realistically am i capable of that type of action? I would need some assistance and support in logistics and manpower. Psychologically i have made the transition … i think but don’t know. In the military those who have not killed are not fully recognized.

    But the point i am trying to make, is that all this shit is not at a remove. The internet characters who don’t get all emotional, they probably have the right tack. I can’t help but be emotional, it is how i am wired. It is a burden but it allows for effect and hey now i am famous so there’s that.

  46. The emotional taxation levied by the multicult arrangement is itself a burden.

    No one wants to walk around angry and shit, and not just angry, but essentially – conflicted.

    I would rather not have to be engaged in a sort of psychic struggle for dominance, but it seems that such (a struggle) has been put upon us. We are a “put upon” people.

    That aspect of our lives, that aspect of our existence in this multirace living arrangement which contains as part of its essential dimension, a fight for dominance – this aspect of our lives is what wants elucidation.

    And naturally these blogs and formats would seem to be the place for it – but even so i don’t see it there (here). The reason it is not there is because it is SENSITIVE. No one likes to talk about the PAIN and the HUMILIATION, of say for example, being INTIMIDATED by a pack of hyenas at the mall. A pack of hyenas who are essentially pieces of shit. It is no fun, it is humiliating.

    Maybe there is nothing to say about it. However – it is also without a doubt true, that that conflict, that psychodynamic tension that is a manifestation of racial conflict – is more affecting of certain psych profiles than others.

    Some people are more sensitive than others. And those people are often derided for their sensitivity but it is not so simple as that. And in fact, it is that we (by which i mean white culture) are not possessed of a more holistic “psychological” profile (“psychological” is an inadequate concept here, methinks, but i don’t know what else – spiritual, metaphorical, narrative, mythical?) that allows and includes such sensitive reactions – it is because we are not heeding and mindful of such reactions that we are vulnerable.

    Which is why the example of the brilliant and sensitive white boys at the playground is relevant. Do you really want to throw them to the wolves and say let the strong survive, or perhaps might not they have something to contribute, if they are nurtured (“nurtured” – wtf kind of faggotry is that?).

    Clearly those more sensitive are seeing something more clearly, and just as obviously what is ailing white people is a lack of vision and context.

  47. Nikcrit: “of a bunch of Dutch boys in skirts to show solidarity with Dutch female rape victims, must’ve been painful for you—— i imagine the mixture of solidarity but regret you feel when seeing that pic and then writing what you wrote is what I feel when i feel in reverse -racial situations several times per day during some weeks.”

    It’s very rare for me to get emotional about current events. If I felt anything, it’s pity for those fellows. I am deeply in the “acceptance” phase now, which means that I have no illusions about the world and thus little capacity for disappointment. The only times I felt pain related to current events was when I was writing the “#LoganTipton” post (I still get a lump in my throat when I re-read it).

    Suburban_elk: As usual when in top form, you are taking thoughts into uncharted territory. The deeper you go, to more obvious everything you say is to the reader. A big part of what the Alt-Right has been doing is scraping away the ossified layers of lies to expose the truth about our condition. “The more original a discovery, the more obvious it seems afterward.” -Arthur Koestler

  48. “However – it is also without a doubt true, that that conflict, that psychodynamic tension that is a manifestation of racial conflict – is more affecting of certain psych profiles than others.”

    I think that is very true—– and I would add that it likely follows that certain ‘psych profiles’ are more, you might say, “racially adaptive” than others, which has a big consequence on how well or poorly one might do in the new ‘multicult’ environ; fwiw, i see both white and black casualties among those who do NOT do so well in the modern zeitgeist…

    For my part, I feel a bit awkward during these ’emotional’ tangents; I either relate emotionally —- but to socially inverted situations like the ones mentioned above, or actually lament a sort-of insincere and empty fetedness or deference in accord with that ‘new multicult’ and my en vogue ‘mulatoo-ness.’ I sorta welcome a bit of entity, if it relieves the sorta false camaraderie i noted (though in light of your racial perspective and history, i can see how mine is a relative luxury or at least a relative personal indulgence)

  49. You can tell it’s been fudged when the top 2 or 3 are pro narrative, followed by the rest of the rankings being all anti narrative. I’m betting they probably have full time staff dedicated to building false consensus in the comments section.

    Yeah, news sites in the USA and UK are definitely using interns to do that. I remember up until about 7 or 8 years ago a lot of local news sites used to outsource their comments sections to Topix, a cheap 3rd-party forum. Those days were better because they couldn’t control or PC-sanitize those comments sections very well, but did have some limited access to delete individual comments, but it was easy for someone to pop back up under another handle. I don’t think any news sites are using any type of 3rd party like that now, with the new age of PC hysteria that we’ve entered.

    I think AIPAC is pretty honest about paying a full-time staff that does nothing but navigate the Web dropping pro-Israel content into comments sections on news articles everywhere. I think the Chinese government has admitted as much, as well.

    In the USA sites like Mother Jones will just link to an article to get their own pro-narrative readers to visit and flood the comments section.

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  51. “I can’t help but be emotional, it is how i am wired.”
    To quote an old Sith: Use your anger, Elk.

  52. . I don’t think any news sites are using any type of 3rd party like that now, with the new age of PC hysteria that we’ve entered.

    There still are such companies, nowadays handling all sorts of online content for various publications; name publications’ online content is a much bigger swath of the market now, so there’s more to it, period. From my memory, deleted or flagged comments were often determined by filters; for alt-right persecution, you could just set the filters to look for words or expressions such as “TPTB” or “cuck” and so forth —– and there goes your purge.

    It’s relatively easy for the big companies to suppress —– but it’s also just as easy to circumvent it if you’re willing to strategize.

  53. “Which is why the example of the brilliant and sensitive white boys at the playground is relevant. Do you really want to throw them to the wolves and say let the strong survive, or perhaps might not they have something to contribute, if they are nurtured.”
    “Thin the herd” is a cop-out for pussies. Feeding the wolves makes the wolves stronger, not your flock.

  54. certain ‘psych profiles’ are more, you might say, “racially adaptive” than others, which has a big consequence on how well or poorly one might do in the new ‘multicult’ environ; fwiw, i see both white and black casualties among those who do NOT do so well in the modern zeitgeist…

    I can appreciate that observation, that there are also blacks who do less well in a multirace environment.

    There is more that can be said around that theme, of how the multirace affects the individual and his life strategies and outcomes. And how different types of individuals are affected differently.

    I am a little tired out now, but will just note, that one typical outcome for white “boys”, which outcome if often remarked upon, and is really the best example of the problems the multirace living arrangement causes (white people) – is how a lot of them get fagged out in their mannerisms and appearances. To what extent is that the multirace environment and to what extent is it the modern world? To what extent can those things be separated?

    It should also be noted that a lot of black kids also go that route, particularly hipster type black kids. Those who make it clear that they are not part of the street scene, often have a style that is essentially (white) hipster.

    This contemporary stage upon which we run around, is a vacuum and a void, a Wasteland. It is not the fault of blacks and other non-whites that white people have failed to sustain a meaningful culture. It is because of this non-culture that the cultures of other peoples, such as urban blacks, is appealing and ends up being adopted by white kids, and for that matter adults.

    White people have to come up with their own meaningful culture. Which ties into what i was getting at with folk dancing. That stuff fits the bill perfectly. But any particular activity, or form, such as dancing – is a manifestation, of something more, something behind and beneath and under and around … and where does that come from, how is THAT nurtured and created?

    It would seem to be either and or both: A) circumstantial, and or B) of divine provenance.

  55. FWIW,
    I stumbled upon this post again by chance when looking for something else i wanted to read and noticed that you included the article and specific quote back in Feb. of a Tucker Carlson piece that i cited a couple of weeks ago.

    Just fyi, that was a total coincidence. I thought i had found that on my own. Did you notice that i was quoting something that you had already cited in a main post of yours?

    Just so you know i wasn’t intentionally trying to plagiarize, though it’s interesting that we would cite not only the same piece but the same exact paragraph…… who knows, maybe my hindbrain jogged a vague memory of your original citing.

  56. Hey Nikcrit, I don’t remember your exact comment but I do recall you linking that Carlson article. Yeah, that paragraph was good.

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