America’s Greatness

The fictitious dialogue that follows is inspired by conversations on related subjects with “Ace” during our long car rides.

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PART 1 – THE STANDOFF

Ace: This is what the elites don’t get. War is brewing and the Trump campaign is our way of telling them “this is your last opportunity to let us resolve our differences peacefully.”

PA: You’re making it sound like an ultimatum. But what are we gonna do—just stop giving a shit about the country?

Ace: Not just that. This is what I see happening: the system does something very dirty and Donald Trump never makes it to the elections. The newly-sworn president Hillary Clinton’s first act in office is to issue executive orders to each of the 48 contiguous U.S. states to prepare accommodations for specified numbers of third world asylum-seekers. The numbers are in the millions of Muslim and African refugees to be relocated into each state. In response, the governor of Texas immediately defies the executive orders. In a nationally televised press conference, he says “No. We don’t want them here.” What do you think happens next?

PA: We know what happens next. After private talks between the administration and the governor fail, federal marshals leave for the Texas state capital, Austin, to present the governor with a choice: comply with the executive order or face arrest. As the marshals’ plane approaches an Austin-area airfield, the governor sends Texas state troopers to the airfield with instructions that the federal marshals must leave the state as soon as their aircraft refuels. So they fly back to Washington, DC and the Clinton administration is now in a tough spot because backing down to such an open defiance in the first days of a president’s term would set the tone for the remaining four years. So after an emergency cabinet meeting, the chiefs of staff call up the 1st Cavalry Division units at Fort Hood in Texas and instruct them to deploy an armed brigade for Austin with the objective of detaining the governor. And several days later, a massive, low-speed vehicle convoy heads 70 miles south for Austin.

Ace: People are lining up around Route 175 to watch and jeer the slow-rolling convoy, as television news and state police helicopters fly overhead.

PA: Meanwhile, the Texas governor had activated his state National Guard and has them form a perimeter around the state capitol in Austin, from which he intends to continue executing his responsibilities as state governor. The Guardsmen understand the seriousness of what they are doing. They secure a large perimeter, stockpile provisions, set up sandbag fortifications, lock and load, and wait.

Ace: This is a foolhardy escalation by both parties.

PA: It is. And the whole word is watching. As U.S. Army’s 1st Cav units from Fort Hood head for the Texas state capital, the governors of Alabama and Arizona hold emergency press conferences in which they declare their support for Texas. Joining Texas in defiance of Madame president, they make statements vowing to deny any refugees access to their state and call up their respective state National Guards.

Ace: Steps toward secession?

PA: Technically, no. All three governors—Texas, Alabama, and Arizona—make it clear that their defiance of the executive orders is being carried out within Constitutional bounds and they are appealing to the federal government to rescind those executive orders compelling states to host new refugees.

Ace: But things have a way of spiraling out of control because there is too much potential energy in the system. It’s like in a fist-fight: the two guys with major beef circle each other with eyes locked for a long time, but one shove and it’s on.

PA: Exactly. There’s been too much bad blood simmering over the decades. And now, 1st Cav units have arrived in Austin and they are encircling the state capitol and beginning a standoff with the Texas National Guard. And it’s an impasse for several days. The Army is not making any moves. President Hillary Clinton is not making any public appearances. The vice president goes on CNN and makes a long rambling speech. The Pentagon is bristling and urging the president to have 1st Cav units return to Fort Hood.

Ace: The feds aren’t acting decisively or showing much of a united front. It’s beginning to smell like weakness.

PA: And the other state governors smell it too. As do the American people. Americans are angry over what happened with Trump and they are ready to blow; nobody knows exactly how, but the cold anger is turning white hot. The refugee thing was simply a bridge too far, and seeing the defiant southern states has energized everyone. Massive protests rock the country coast to coast. The media underplay the protests, trivializing them as them “hate rallies” and “domestic terror”—because it’s Whites protesting.

Ace: The media will lie even as they get laid off from their jobs, even as they rot in their graves.

PA: Journalists aren’t even scum at this point. They are a joke.

Ace: But the standoff in Austin continues and emotions are tense. Another state governor, this time from a liberal northeastern state, declares that he will not allow any refugees into his state. And then another state defies the president, and then another. Finally, you have a cascading effect and days later, every single one of the 48 contiguous U.S. states has formally defied the Hillary administration’s executive orders to prepare facilities for the refugees, and they all expressed support for the Texas governor. They aren’t defying the federal government in mere words. National Guard is activated in each state and ordered to obey state authorities, not the president. Anticipating airlifts of refugees, state governors throughout the United States close airports to inbound flights from a long list of countries.

PA: Unanimous defiance. Hillary now understands how unpopular she is.

Ace: No one had ever liked her. And now, with the federal government’s prestige tanking, RealTalk sees the light of day. One of the governors calls the planned migrant invasion “a genocide of the American people.” Another governor goes on record to say “we must secure a future for American children.”

PA: Meanwhile, the stand-off in Texas has now been going on for over week. The Clinton cabinet is in disarray. The chiefs of staff are openly sympathetic to the Texas governor. The president gets calls around the clock from federal agencies as well as from foreign heads of state, everyone hoping for a resolute decision. In all this disarray, the president calls a meeting in which she screams at the attendees and then outlines the choice facing the U.S. federal government. The choice, ultimately, is to either: back down on bringing refugees to the United States and pull back from Austin, or to double down in a show of reasserted authority.

Ace: She chooses option two.

PA: Regaining her composure, she stares down the general of the Army and icily hisses, referring to the Texas governor: “Bring me that steer-fucker. In cuffs or on a coroner’s slab. Tomorrow by noon.” And she leaves the meeting.

Ace: And the Army general says “Yes, ma’am,” looking at the empty doorway through which she had stormed out.

PA: The 1st Cavalry general in Austin gets orders to secure the state capitol and arrest the governor. She (the general) is informed that her troops are authorized to use deadly force at will. So she relays these instructions to battalion commanders and on down to individual companies, all ready and in their positions around the state capitol grounds. Finally, the order is given: Company B is to open suppressive small arms fire on the Texas National Guardsmen protecting the capitol and Company A and C are to move in.

Ace: But something that’s contrary to all expectations happens: 1st Cav troops mutiny. Dramatic footage of enlisted soldiers shouting “I will not shoot at my brothers” flood social media. A firefight breaks out as several Company B soldiers start firing in the direction of the Texas National Guard and their own comrades start mowing them down, in solidarity with Texans. The Texans briefly return fire, and then lower their weapons to watch in amazement. 1st Cav NCOs are screaming “cease fire! cease fire!”

PA: Thousands of civilians break through police lines and surround the U.S. Army units, throwing rocks and yelling “shoot me, fuckers, shoot me!” Large numbers of local men brandish weapons and scattered shots are heard. In the ensuing chaos, scores of 1st Cav soldiers run away and once clear of the capitol area, take off their uniforms. Local Texans take them in and give them civilian clothes. The remaining soldiers are ordered to mount up and get the vehicles rolling back up Rt. 175, as rocks, other debris, and even an occasional civilian gun-shot hit their vehicles. Four bodies accompany the convoy back to base and ambulances speed toward University Medical Center with wounded men. The 1st Cav convoy returns to Fort Hood as people hurl rocks on them along the entire length of the route.

PA: This is unprecedented in American history.


PART 2 – LIBERTY

Ace: Hillary’s next meeting is chaotic.

PA: Among the joint chiefs of staff, it just started to sink in that U.S. Army was ordered to open fire on Americans. The general of the Army who relayed the president’s orders to seize the Texas capitol resigns his commission and issues a brief statement of apology to the American people. A power struggle erupts within the Department of Defense, splitting the military into two unequal opposing factions: the existing U.S. military who remains loyal to the president, and the much larger faction that supports the defiant states.

Ace: The rebellious faction declares the president illegitimate as commander-in-chief and begins communicating with state governors to create a new strategy for national defense. They also consolidate all active duty U.S. military all the way down the chain of command under their new realignment. This pro-states, anti-president military is soon known as the National Coalition Army.

PA: At military bases, armories are stormed and National Coalition Army-aligned troops secure control over the military bases and hardware, with no resistance from units whose field grade commanders remain loyal to the president.

Ace: Of course. Would you die for Hillary?

PA: Thousands of service members who are either unsettled by the chaos up their chain of command, or who opportunistically see an open door to leave the service, get into their private cars and get the hell out.

Ace: Didn’t the bases go on lockdown?

PA: They did. But many of the MPs posted at the gates had deserted as well. The whole situation is one big, fat Charlie Foxtrot from the federal government’s perspective. Soldiers who had aligned themselves with the National Coalition Army command structure swiftly consolidate their control over all domestic military assets. All others, if they didn’t already desert, stand aside as National Coalition Army units secure the vehicles, weapons, and ordnance.

Ace: And so now, the entire U.S. military, effectively, is loyal to the defiant governors. Therefore, it now appears that Washington has lost all control over the country. Are we finally at secession?

PA: No. At this point, the governors of all contiguous U.S. states are coordinating with each other. They are ignoring the federal government and acting like they are sovereign internally to their respective state territory. But there is no movement for breaking off from one another. All states are willing to continue functioning as fifty united states. Following a joint governors’ convention, they submit their demand to the federal executive branch: the president and her entire executive team must step down immediately and new elections are to be held two months from now.

Ace: This is when Hillary gets that massive stroke. She’s done.

PASic transit gloria lesbium. Her vice president resigns from office. The speaker of the House, next in the presidential line of succession, is unwilling to assume the presidency. Therefore, secretary of state Miriam Beria is sworn in as president of the United States.

Ace: The U.S. government appears to be mortally wounded. How is the National Coalition Army doing?

PA: Winning. Morale through the roof. Individual state national guards are incorporated into National Coalition Army, which the Council of Governors placed under their newly appointed commander-in-chief. His strategic objectives are two-fold: to assume the former U.S. armed forces’ duties concerning external threats, and to neutralize all non-Coalition military units on United States territory.

Ace: And the U.S. armed forces units that are still loyal to the president are negligible in strength at this point. Most of their White service members have deserted or joined the National Coalition Army, which is meeting no resistance from the old federal Army wherever they go. The National Coalition’s goal is to secure Washington’s concession of total surrender and hold new election.

PA: So the National Coalition’s ultimate objective is to reboot the country.

Ace: Yes. The perennial campaign slogan, “let’s clean up Washington,” is finally put into action. By the way, what is our new president Beria doing in the midst of all this?

PA: She and her inner circle have moved to an undisclosed location under the protection of U.K. and Israeli special ops security teams. But she has lost control of the country’s formal executive processes: her government has no military power; the alphabet agencies and the private sector contractor complex are in talks with the Coalition of Governors. As to the other branches of the federal government, the Congress and the Supreme Court have been indefinitely suspended.

Ace: And yet, president Beria is unwilling to step down. Therefore the National Coalition resolves to march on Washington in order to formally occupy the country’s seats power.

PA: National Coalition’s leadership agrees that is that entire superstructure of the federal government: its bureaucracy, the financial sector, NGOs, lobbying firms, media—the whole beast—is to be dissolved. With Beria as an on-the-run figurehead, bold new proposals are made at the states’ convention in Austin. It is resolved that the 1788 Constitution of the United States is nullified and will be replaced, for the duration of three years, by a Provisional Government for National Restoration that reports to the council of governors, and then permanently superseded as ratified in the upcoming articles of confederation talks.

Ace: Wait a second—”Provisional Government for National Restoration.” Where have I heard that before?

PA: There is that nationalist surfer from Laguna Beach who comments on a few of the Alt-Right blogs. It’s his idea.

Ace: I’ve been meaning to mention this for a while… you have interesting commenters.

PA: They are good. My comments section has a high signal-to-noise ratio.

Ace: But in the midst of all those epic events we’re talking about, you know what’s remarkabe? The fact that locally, life for the most part goes on as before. Mail gets delivered, cops pull people over for speeding. We all keep going to work. There is one big exception to the old-ways normalcy: everything is now local. Ordinary interstate travel is almost non-existent, with fuel prices becoming astronomical. Military units “own” the highways to inspect trucks and other commercial delivery vehicles. Fuel deliveries are pretty much all that travels longer over distances. Food production and even manufacturing are therefore becoming local and regional phenomena.

PA: How does America’s racial diversity play into all this?

Ace: A lot less than you’d think. As the National Coalition rule has nullified all federal-driven laws and incentive structures, most of the Hispanic and Asian immigrants, even second-generation individuals, have left for their home countries.

PA: What about the Blacks? By that, I mean legacy African-Americans, not the Obama-era immigrants.

Ace: Not as bad as you’d expect. They are reacquainting themselves with the fear of God’s wrath. Americans had been sitting on a mountain of guns and this defiance of the feds changed a lot in how people think of themselves. The defacto repeal of all Civil Rights laws has had an effect of removing psychological handcuffs from Whites’ wrists. Middle class White men started driving around armed and telling Black punks to beat it where they weren’t wanted. Nothing focuses Black folks’ minds like serious White men in groups with no courts to stop them. Black communities themselves started controlling their more unruly Dindus, sometimes by publically whipping their ape-stupid Michael Browns.

PA: I still remember the day after George Zimmerman was acquitted. I went to Walmart and saw all those Black people… they seemed tranquil. Anyway, how does that repeal of Civil Rights laws work, vis-à-vis the old desegregation battles?

Ace: They call it “peace through patchwork communities.”

PA: But there is an even bigger picture here, something really big, I see during this period of uncertainty and localism: it’s the taste of liberty. This is the real story in this whole epic, historic upheaval. Americans had tasted liberty, to be frank, for the first time in sixty years. And they like it.

Ace: Hey, you once wrote something on your blog about liberty and public space: “‘Liberty’ means to have an undisputed dominion over your public space, keeping it in your own image to reflect who you are. ‘Community’ means sharing that space with like-minded people.”

PA: Yes! Good memory. And those are the thing that Americans are rediscovering. Most never even knew what it feels like to be free.

Ace: Yeah. Slogans like “it’s a free country,” or “the free world” had been thrown around over all these years in which we’ve been enstupified in a haze of fear and shame of who we are. We were going through the motions in everything important that we did: watching football, watching our daughters grow from sweet girls to hardened cunts. All those noble words we parroted like “freedom” itself amounted to buying brittle plastic shit after shit, after shit. You go into a fucking Dunkin Donuts and you just want to banter with a familiar face, not deal with Ganges accents.

PA: You know that John Mellenkamp video, “Small Town”? It’s got all of those scenes of people looking relaxed. And that spirit is back and something amazing happens. Suddenly family picnics have more babies than aunts and uncles. Churches are full and people sing loudly. The music gets good: new guitar riffs and chorus melodies come out. It’s like the American spirit is alive again. The poz had lifted, people feel awake for the first time in generations.

Ace: People are living locally, solving their own problems, owning their public space. They stopped being afraid.

PA: During the fall of Communism, it was said that once people taste liberty, they won’t be satisfied with just a small taste of it. They will desire to tear down every wall that had held them in. And now the federal government looks done. The National Coalition wants complete sovereignty and goes explicitly identitarian. After all, why not? The hunger for identity, something to die for if it comes to it, has built up over the decades. So many humiliations we’ve put up with over the years. All those decades of crawling.

Ace: The walls of political correctness came tumbling down.

PA: Freedom of association.

Ace: Smashing the old Overton window.

PA: Throwing cinder blocks through it and pissing on the scattered shards of glass.

Ace: But something tells me that this flash of American renaissance is an interbellum. The sky is darkening.


PART 3 – THE GLOBALIST PUSHBACK

PA: Yes. There are very powerful global interests with too much to lose in the demise of the old ways. Beria gets down to business. She publicly reasserts her claim on presidential authority, declares martial law over the entirety of the United States, calls the National Coalition a criminal rebellion, and convenes a court martial that sentences the all fifty governors to death for treason for treason in absentia.

Ace: Is anybody taking her seriously at this point?

PA: Everyone should. She’s a sociopath with friends in very powerful places. She freezes bank assets of state governments. All members of the National Coalition Army are offered a pardon upon immediate surrender to her foreign security forces; otherwise they become categorized as irregular combatants with no Geneva Convention protections and will shot upon capture. Their families are to detained and placed in mobile FEMA camps on suspicion of providing aid and comfort to domestic terrorists.

Ace: This all sounds like delusional gestures. How is she going to back any of that up? She doesn’t even have an army.

PA: But something devastating happens —  key infrastructure grids and communication networks coast-to-coast go down. Massive and widespread electromagnetic pulse attacks cripple the country and the National Coalition Army.

Ace: China is suspected of delivering that attack.

PA: In coordination with those attacks, she deploys her new army. The U.K. and Israeli defense and contractor elements, as well as Pakistani special units, begin forming a core security apparatus around her, as well as setting up loyal ground forces and air power to oppose the National Coalition.

Ace: How about the rank-and-file soldiers — where will she get them from?

PA: New volunteers for Beria’s army are reporting for training by the thousands. Those new recruits are coming via round-the-clock, fighter jet-escorted flights from several west African countries. Planes are landing one after another at federally controlled airfields.

Ace: Why from Africa?

PA: The UN and NATO offered military support but Beria declined their offers. On U.S. soil, she wants a military she can properly control.

Ace: Beria also had the German government’s support… until that Merkel thing. Wow, what they did to her in the Volksaufstandes.

PA *shudder* Burned at the stake.

Ace: And so this new mercenary-filled U.S. Army is nicknamed “Beria’s Brigades.” First mockingly, but then that phrase came to evoke terror in the population.

PA: As promised in Beria’s State Department’s massive recruiting drives in Africa, the arriving enlistees are naturalized as American citizens. Each of them is also promised a house, a fast-tracked resettlement of their families here, as well as two American wives at completion of their service.

Ace: Jay-zus. So now polygamy is not just legal but downright endorsed. Where will they get them these wives?

PA: As the National Coalition Army is duly informed, female detainees in the FEMA camps will be given opportunities to help the Beria Brigade soldiers assimilate as new Americans. There will be tutoring and social mixers.

Ace: Imagine the Beria Brigade military formations doing cadence. Platoons of wild-eyed Congolese in unbuttoned BDUs rhythmically stomping, clapping, and chanting “USA! USA! USA!” while firing their rifles into the air.

PA: America finally goes full-nigger.

Ace: Needless to say, nobody in the National Coalition Army is deserting. But Beria wasn’t bluffing. Mass arrests of soldiers’ families begin where National Coalition is not in control, on charges of providing material support of an insurgency.

PA: Beria’s Brigades are formed slapdash but fast. Where they fall short in discipline they make up for it in enthusiasm for raiding civilian areas. Unsettling reports surface, showing savage acts of violence against outgunned American civilians, which are intended to break the National Coalition’s morale.

Ace: Like the bombings of Dresden.

PA: Foreign special-ops teams clear areas and set up large zones where Beria’s government exercises its sovereignty. Fighting becomes intense, with National Coalition’s efforts now being primarily expanded on protecting civilian communities. This diverts the National Coalition’s manpower from their ultimate objective of securing the American government.

Ace: This is analogous to a scenario in which King George’s Redcoats would be mass-murdering colonial civilians to distract and demoralize George Washington’s Continental Army.

PA: Both armies engage in search-and-destroy missions against each other. Where the forces engage, the casualties are heavy, with the heaviest losses always sustained by Beria’ Brigades. The African units fall into disarray and whether they run or surrender, Coalition soldiers make it clear that they have no use for prisoners.

Ace: But for every one hundred of Beria Brigade fighters that the National Coalition wipes out, another ten thousand fresh bodies fly in. The National Coalition’s and sympathetic countries’ primary agitprop efforts are expanded toward informing potential African recruits that Beria’s is leading them to slaughter and that she has no intention of keeping her promises. But enlistees, from Nouakchott to Luanda, form miles-long lines of eager volunteers. I can understand their motivation.

PA: Human airlifts from Africa continue and civilian bodies pile up. Beria-controlled zones grow and her camps fill with detainees. If this war were dramatized in a theatrical play, at this point we’d have the stage go dark, the lights go out. Nightfall.


PART 4 – YOU AND I

PA: Hey, here is an interesting question. Say, you’re young and fit, and president Hillary wants you to enlist to defend America, as she puts it. There are no Beria’s Brigades, just the regular Army when they’re still doing that stand-off in Austin. Would you sign up?

Ace: Hell no I won’t go.

PA: How about this scenario, now downstream from the Austin standoff: National Coalition forces take control over our area, and they are recruiting. They say “all willing American men of any age and any skill level, join us. There is a job for every one of you in this fight. Quit your job. We’ll feed you and pay you. If we win, you will be an honored veteran with a pension, living in a free country.” And we all know that if we lose, we lie in mass graves. Will you join the National Coalition?

Ace [Eyes lighting up]: I’d want nothing more than to serve. But I’m 45, out of shape, bad knees…

PA: Remember what I said. The recruiting says that all willing American men can serve, regardless of age or skill-sets. The fattest fuck who loves his people can drive a truck or be a quartermaster. You’re a smart engineer. You can do a lot to help.

Ace: You’re right. I could set up communications systems, networks. I’d do it. They are going to have to kill us all, before this is over.

PA: I would too. I’d be a rifleman and I’d keep up with the 19-year-old boys. “Give me liberty or give me death.” After our conversation, those words from high school history classes hit close to home. Either way, I’d die satisfied that I did what I could.

Ace: Even if the odds seem crushing. A man can acommodate, bend, only so far. And we’ve been bending to the point of breaking. And then something shocks the system and we tell ourselves “I don’t have to live this way.” Then a profound calm washes over you and you just don’t care anymore. Even if we were to lose, when led toward the ditch blindfolded and with bound wrists, I’d walk with my head high for the first time, praising the Almighty ahead of the journey toward Him.

PA: Yes.

Ace: What was it you wrote at the end of that “What Have We Learned” post?

PA: I wrote: “History never ends and as human beings, we are bound to repeat our mistakes, over and over. Satan stands behind you in the shadow, always watching. But there is Truth that blazes our path through the darkness. Not losing sight of that light is our hope for making it through just far enough to let our sons and daughters, in turn, walk yet farther onward, straight and true.”

Ace: Funny, how everything we strive for comes down to that.

PA: Let’s see to it that everything we just talked about goes down a different road. Donald Trump wins, cleans the stables, makes our country great again.

Ace: His administration will have to take a breath and disconnect from the world, reconnect with America. Trump 2016.

 

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88 thoughts on “America’s Greatness

  1. Scenario breaks down when you start flying in Africans. What’s to stop the rebels from securing all the airports or shooting down planes or “escorting” them back home with fighter planes?

    [Thanks. I added a few words to note the feds’ partial control of air power via their foreign allies. -PA]

  2. 50 State Governors?
    No, man. It’s a nice thought, but no. Maybe one or even two. But they’d be alone and outnumbered, and dead before long. Your state government will betray you.

    If you want to start talking in the general direction of real revolution, (in a theoretical sense, of course) you’ve, uh, read the Northwest Quintet right? Does everyone here know the 3 required officers in a cell? That diabetic Lard King knows a couple things.

    It isn’t time yet. Soon. Trump being swindled out of the election will be a key step but it’s too early still. The benefits of playing along still outweigh the benefits of fighting. Just be ready when the $ collapses.

  3. Their foreign allies are incapable of projecting enough power to support a trans-atlantic invasion of the US mainland. The UK isn’t the British empire of yore, it’s a fossil with delusion of grandeur, Israel is incapable of projecting power at such distances and Pakistan is a joke.

    [If you went along with Red Dawn’s premise, you can go along with mine. -PA]

    [UPDATE 7/6/2016: I also added a description of widespread EMP attacks (likely delivered or aided by China) that cripple the Coalition’s defense capabilities ahead of Beria’s invasion.]

  4. Thankfully I’ve got family that is all military and law enforcement, with a virtual armory full of weapons, reloading supplies, a small farm and defensible, rural land protected by a bunch of swamp canals. They’re not preppers or anything (and I’m not a disaster theorist, either) but I have thought about it from time to time, even though I would’ve dismissed such talk as crazy even 10 years ago.

    Sometimes when I see zombie shows I see it as a allegory of what will happen to clueless urban SWPL’s when the SHTF after the country fully morphs into South Africa.

  5. Full tribal is a preferable way to make your point without fostering distracting attacks on this. I did get your use of the name Beria as the VP as it is the name of Stalin’s secret police (NKVD) head. Khrushchev had him shot when he assumed leadership of the Soviet Union upon Stalin’s death..

  6. “They’re not preppers or anything (and I’m not a disaster theorist, either) but I have thought about it from time to time, even though I would’ve dismissed such talk as crazy even 10 years ago.

    Sometimes when I see zombie shows I see it as a allegory of what will happen to clueless urban SWPL’s when the SHTF after the country fully morphs into South Africa.”

    No offense, but ‘such talk’ was crazy then and crazy today.

    Sure, I’ll add the caveat qualifier that “anything is possible.” But given the social and material absolutes of North America, combined with its aggregate IQ (though its ever-incrementally lowering), such a radical change and landscape is just not feasible.

    What a lot of people don’t realize in those lower-brow alt-right sites, like SBPDL.com, is those scenarios they paint of “the Quest cards fail and the food trucks no longer deliver the watermelon tea,” etc., is that America’s 1% shifting down 5% of its wealth would make this country a middle-class paradise welfare state (which is still a bad, bad thing to aspire to)..The alt-right wants social and economic chaos, to serve as a catalyst to what, in the final analysis, is a social milieu that displeases them. That’s unlikely to happen in and of itself. but i’m sure what’s even more distressing to them is that, even if such social indicators did align the way they would like them to, the social standard and profound wealth of this country would rectify the situaition before Jared Taylor could even begin to draw up a ‘potential V.P. list.”

    I enjoy these type posts in which in story and dialogue form you get a glimpse into your fellow-commenter’s ideological wish lists.

  7. OK. Minus dangerous video this time. We’ll see if you let me thru..

    You’re still not going to get 50 State governors to rebel. What makes you think they’re going to be any better or more honorable than the feds?

  8. But given the social and material absolutes of North America, combined with its aggregate IQ (though its ever-incrementally lowering), such a radical change and landscape is just not feasible.

    America’s aggregate IQ is going up. If a bunch of people die off, it will go down.

    America’s average IQ, however, is going down, with or without a die-off.

  9. Most people get their food from agriculture that runs on petroleum based technology and distribution.

    That is not going to last much longer. Is that up for dispute, do you think, kids?

    The disconnect regarding the SEVERITY of the upcoming and inevitable shortages of food and power and supplies, is staggering.

    However – the contours of how it plays in unknown.

    I don’t think it will necessarily be a sudden catastrophe. But living conditions will degrade for everyone around the world in direct proportion to their dependence on the global economy and its food production, day by day and year by year, for the foreseeable future, for centuries to come. Essentially for the foreseeable future forever.

    There is no getting around it, there will be no technological fix. It is downhill everyday on from here.

    Political chaos is absolutely ordained. It may be tomorrow, it may be next year.

  10. America’s notational or nominal wealth, or whatever it is called, is irrelevant, if the food supply is not adequate.

    All of this society’s infrastructure and everything about it – including the FOOD – is sustained with petroleum products.

    Peak oil is not some sort of a joke. The power grid, the distribution, AGRICULTURE – it is all run with OIL.

    The contraction of the whole enchilada is inevitable. It is luck that we are still in dingdongs and devildogs! The financial sector will implode, and then the contraction will begin in earnest.

    There is a lot of good dirt around, which can nurture and provide – but the difficulties will be organizing locally with people you don’t know. Think of how it is going to play out. We will be fighting over who gets to use it.

    The notion that America’s nominal wealth can simply redistributed is utterly missing the point.

    The problems are that the nominal wealth is over-represented. Our nominal wealth means nothing. All that means anything is people being fed. And agriculture is run with oil and that is not going to last. So how to transition.

  11. If someone versed in macro-econ wants to correct the usage of nominal and notational wealth in my post above, or elucidate on the those concepts and as they apply to real value in the economy, please do.

    The banks can give us all a million dollars – but if we don’t have access to a reliable source of food, it doesn’t matter.

    Growing food without oil, is a lot of work.

  12. America’s aggregate IQ is going up. If a bunch of people die off, it will go down.

    America’s average IQ, however, is going down, with or without a die-off.

    Ok, OK, elk, you got me; i absentmindedly stated ‘aggregate as if it were interchangeable with “average.’

    So go ahead; sue this lit and journalism major— but don’t proceed forthwith, ‘cuz i’m likely to make such sloppy conjecture again. I mean, you’re talking to a guy who talk his diploma-required stats class ‘pass-fail’ so i wouldn’t sully myGPA and thus all the sweet minority fellowships availed to me when i pursued my M.A.!

  13. Could not resist that correction. It was a joke and i know you get it.

    The larger issue of the original post is The Shape of Things To Come, on the political scene here in America.

    And relatedly, the topic of the global economy is a Big One and no one knows.

    But its entire infrastructure requires that oil is available, and that availability is coming to an end in the near future. The two bloggers i read on that topic are Kunstler and Greer.

    Interestingly Greer makes the point that you raised, that people are attracted to a doomsday scenario for their own reasons which are usually an expression of their own dissatisfaction with the status quo. And certainly White Advocates and alt-righters and inclined to that. Greer is of the opinion that though epic permanent long-term contraction is inevitable, it is more likely to be gradual and not sudden.

    I am a fan of his, but like Kunstler, he has some blind spots. Both are allergic to White Identity – as in literally it makes them sneeze.

    Everyone has his blind spots. It is a worthwhile exercise, for anyone, to consider what might be his.

  14. Commenters who liked the post: my pleasure, gentlemen.

    Heretic Phi: I don’t know why your two comments were spammed. They’re up now.

    All: a publication I hadn’t been familiar with previously, AmericanDigest.org, occasionally links to my posts, which brings YOOOOGE traffic here. Check it out.

  15. Really enjoyed this one PA, I had to take 3 breaks in my office (the shop bathroom) to read it. Reminds me of Bill Lind’s book Victoria which I am also reading right now.

    First, the spirit of the thing. You are right that there is deep resentment among us, but I just dont see any kind of mass revolt happening any time soon. The reason why is because we are so socially atomized, and what are you gonna do at work where most of your acquaintances are, talk about politics?

    Furthermore, revolt requires violence. Violence is a craft ( an art when practiced excellently) just like any other craft, it requires many years of practice for effect, a trained eye and mindset, as well as insitutional knowledge. I believe we have for the most part lost that institutional knowledge. What do we have, the military and the police? Most White men have no experience of either, and besides, speaking as a combat vet, I dont think Marine Corps small unit tactics would translate well into armed revolt. We were trained on how to put down a revolt, not how to instigate one.

    This is the part where you say, “but what about all them good old boys?” Again, how many of us have ever shot a gun or hunted? Not nearly enough I think, and combine that with atomization and you got a people ready to be picked off one by one.

    Second, the tactics. In a collapse scenario nobody seems to ever bring up the subject of nukes, of which there are many in the US. Who would get them? Would they be used? Thats the game changer right there that nobody talks about. I personally have no idea but I would prefer all the nukes to be dismantled. So lets think about that good and hard before we talk about revolt.

    Third, just some nitpicking. I could see the israelis pulling some fuckery like you wrote about, but not the UK. If there was any kind of revolt, that shit would spread fast all over Europe too. And instead of muslim intervention, I would expect Chinese intervention instead. I suspect the Chinese remember their humiliation by the Western powers, and they see us the only real competition to their domination of the world.

    Barring a black swan event, things will get a lot worse before they get better for us. In case of a black swan event, like depression or a major war, I am not confident we would win an ethnostate, but it is possible. The future for us is set in stone, and increasingly third world existence with large numbers of mixed race and easily controlled and riled up people incapable of maintaining European civilization as the White minority dwindles in number to ever more remote Midwestern neoreservations. I expect the ruling classes will be some Eurasian mix as they are in Latin America. Eventually, hardy White entrepeneurs will set out for distant, untamed lands (Mars?) and make something to be proud of, only to be followed by ankle biting muds.

    Now, if you allow me to LARP for a moment, I really do hope our distant progeny will learn from our fatal compasionate error and destory every race besides Northeast Asians. As long as they exist, they will be a threat to us, they want what we have, but they cant do it and they know it. So they hate us in the same way that ugly girls hate pretty girls. We will never be simply left alone, that is not our fate. So I suggest a virus that targets melanin perhaps? We can engineer it to do the job quick, no needless suffering.

    Just imagine, a White planet. Sounds wonderful dont it?

  16. Suburban elk: Can you explain why you believe peak oil is going to happen in a paragraph? I got into that for a short while but I just dont buy it anymore. We have seen, and are seeing efficiences and technology mitigate the effects of peak oil, and I suspect really high gas prices would be a boon for alternative energy that can deliver. I know that we have electric cars, nuclear power potential, and of course, there’s always the sun. I’m ready to be convinced otherwise though.

    If you dont mind, dont refer Kunstler to me. That guy sounds like a broken record who cant admit he was wrong so he triples down instead. Give me some science dude.

  17. Never underestimate the power of pleasure; especially when Amerikwans are involved. In the realistic scenario Billary buys off the fence-sitters and has dissident law enforcement personnel quietly arrested months or years later. Fantasies like this are entertaining but don’t account for just how *good* the federals are at diffusing domestic situations.

  18. About Peak Oil,

    Yes it’s real. I’m no expert, but humans use many, many times more energy per day than the sun gives to the earth, almost all in the form of Oil. The science is the physical fact that energy cannot be created or destroyed, and that we are burning through millions of years of what the earth has built up. Energy is part of the physical world – we can’t create it with money, or even with Aryan ingenuity. It has to be converted from another form of energy somehow. You can’t just wave some of Janet Yellen’s fiat currency and expect it to appear. Hydroelectric and tidal come from the sun. Anything, like ethanol, that we can grow with agriculture, could not possibly exceed the energy from the sun it takes to grow it and we already use many times more than that. We could squeeze a little out of geothermal but not much. There is only so much Uranium and we can’t harness it very efficiently yet. Cold fusion is the only way out and it’s a ways off.

    The science is the reality that every year it takes just a little more energy to suck up another barrel, as we use the low-hanging fruit first, and the mathematical reality that production cannot keep expanding with demand indefinitely.

    Peak Oil is why I never cared much about “Global Warming” due to carbon consumption as the problem of carbon consumption was self-limiting.

    However, the economic decline as we gradually revert to horse-and-buggy and sustenance farming looks to be slow, at least as it is caused by peak oil.
    we can’t use it all up right away because every year it will get more expensive to produce, it doesn’t suddenly just dry up. A number of generations. No, we cannot bet the survival of our race on that.

  19. Can you explain why you believe peak oil is going to happen in a paragraph?

    No.

    However here is the prolix Greer, in 2011, on what Peak Oil looks like and our experience of it,

    “The point that has to be grasped just now, it seems to me, is that this is what peak oil looks like. Get past the fantasies of sudden collapse on the one hand, and the fantasies of limitless progress on the other, and what you get is what we’re getting—a long ragged slope of rising energy prices, economic contraction, and political failure, punctuated with a crisis here, a local or regional catastrophe there, a war somewhere else—all against a backdrop of disintegrating infrastructure, declining living standards, decreasing access to health care and similar services, and the like, which of course has been happening here in the United States for some years already. A detached observer with an Olympian view of the country would be able to watch things unravel, as such an observer could have done up to now, but none of us have been or will be detached observers; at each point on the downward trajectory, those of us who still have jobs will be struggling to hang onto them, those who have lost their jobs will be struggling to stay fed and clothed and housed, and those crises and catastrophes and wars, not to mention the human cost of the broader background of decline, will throw enough smoke in the air to make a clear view of the situation uncommonly difficult to obtain.”

  20. We have seen, and are seeing efficiences and technology mitigate the effects of peak oil, and I suspect really high gas prices would be a boon for alternative energy that can deliver. I know that we have electric cars, nuclear power potential, and of course, there’s always the sun.

    I take issue with this optimism about our future and its employ of advanced energy-saving technology that allows us to continue with our ways and means, and lifestyle.

    If say out of the blue, oil or some equivalent easy energy is now available in abundance – then upon what course does this modern civilization proceed?

    I would guess it would continue along the same tracks we are on, which i don’t see as healthy and conducive to human happiness development and satisfaction.

    Quite simply, people, as in modern homo sapiens, are not evolved to live so removed and detached from the earth. Easy energy is a bane, like sugar and alcohol and drugs. We are not evolved to use them moderately. In the case of sugar and alcohol and drugs, many people do moderate those, but in the case of easy energy – very few people can resist using a washing machine rather than doing their laundry by hand. And scale that up and no one walks around. And scale that up and people are fat and unhappy and society is dysfunctional.

    The basis of human society is working together in meaningful activity, the principle of which is surviving which means food and shelter. That is how we evolved and how we are wired to find satisfaction and meaning in life.

    People not engaged directly in those things, find themselves adrift, eventually and almost always. When their civilization provides some stand-in meaning, in the form of … magical monuments or other archetypical allegiances through myth and religion – then they can be assuaged and continue plodding to maintain that civilization, knowing that it is … worth their life and time.

    But that civilization has its own momentum, its own life, and when it begins to deteriorate, then people who work in its maintenance, find their own lives to be without meaning. (Or at least some of them do. Most people don’t give a shit, but that is another story.)

    I forget where i was going with this.

  21. But it seems to me, that the hope of a technological future is essentially youthful optimism.

    Youthful optimism in the abundance of life, is a gift that every healthy person has. And somehow much of that energy is corralled into vision of this google future with its self-driving cars.

    I don’t think that this vision of the future will be sustaining, even over the course of a single lifetime, or even 20 years for that matter. Because the last thing we need is more roads and more cars.

    Cars and roads are the expression of this civilization and its easy energy. What kind of aesthetic is it. It’s a shitty aesthetic and i don’t appreciate it. And yes that is my personal perspective and slanting interpretations.

  22. I have noticed and commented many times, that there is a divide between the perspectives, the politics and approach, of White advocates on the one hand, and Environmentalists on the other.

    Exploring the nature of this divide can be summed pretty quickly.

    White advocacy has a lot of youthful energy. Environmentalism – which word and concept is politicized now but allow here its earlier and better associations – is the domain of mature and old people who see the value in letting things be.

    Youthful energy wants to exploit, and maturity wants to rest.

    And so these two tendencies, in this day and age, straddle a generational divide that has very different experiences on the questions of Race and White interests and Identity.

    To put in simply, environmentalists such as Kunstler are often Baby Boomers, and they are stuck in the 60s in regard to the race question. Race realists are generally either younger, or they come from a more exposed social background in which environmental concerns were the pretensions of the wealthy people on the other side of town.

    These two camps have to be reconciled, for White advocacy to be effective and meaningful.

    On the personal, my grandpa was an old-school environmentalist, who wrote conservationist letters to high-level politicians urging them to preserve this and that, and to let the manatees have their kids. This was back in the 50s, in the shadow of Roosevelt and Muir. And that same man, may he rest in peace, was a dyed-in-the-wool racist.

    But then somehow the 60s got a hold of the environmental movement.

    These questions are a wedge issue that wants the grindstone, to build a weapon of meaningful advocacy. We want to be High Elves and live in trees, and this is what is going to sell.

  23. * Edit

    our future and its employ of advanced energy-saving easy energy technology that allows us to continue with our ways and means, and lifestyle

    Energy can only be “saved”, as it is measured from a limited field. If i got that right.

    In the above consideration, energy might be saved from the perspective of a human who doesn’t have to walk ten miles to the market, but that energy is instead used to move along, in addition to his fat ass, a two-ton car.

    Energy is not being saved, it is being used … for what? To drive around and to power the server farms.

    What good is that. What kind of life is this. Even if the unicorn of fusion power is found and harnessed – we are just more fucked. Clearly this is all a dead-end. What percentage of the internet is porn. What percentage of cars on the road are engaged in anything useful. 90% per cent of those people in cars are going nowhere.

    Humans can not come to terms with having to constrain themselves … because of the Nature of Life, which i sum up as: He who takes advantage, has advantage. The Tragedy of the Commons.

    In spite of this seemingly intractable problem – i think we want to solve it. That is what white people are. High Elves who want to get over their own damned selves. But they are not going to do so with fusion power, or whatever easy energy.

    The point that Kunstler and Greer make, or aspire to and leave me to sum up, is that this fantasy of a technological is future is revealed for the folly that it is, simply with a quick look around at the living environments that we create for ourselves here on Earth.

    Minneapolis used to be a beautiful place. The City of Water, is its etymology. Richfield, Apple Valley, Eden Prairie? – try and find a rich field or an apple valley there now, not to mention an eden prairie. Fuckin people, when is the apocalypse already.

  24. Sometimes when I see zombie shows I see it as a allegory of what will happen to clueless urban SWPL’s when the SHTF after the country fully morphs into South Africa.”

    No offense, but ‘such talk’ was crazy then and crazy today.

    Sure, maybe the idea of the USA turning into an full-blown apocalyptic nightmare is a little far-fetched at this point. But considering our runaway demographics and recent political shifts that allow politicians that now brazenly oppose law enforcement, I don’ think its out of the question that our lifetimes could see a new multi-cult USA becoming more like the highly violent, heavily barb-wired South Africa – filled with pockets of police no-go zones and Ferguson-like homelands that export monstrously high crime.

  25. Also i don’t know what energy is, in terms of physics. The mistakes that i make with those concepts will be acknowledged and corrected as necessary. It doesn’t my points about what we are here to do.

  26. To put in simply, environmentalists such as Kunstler are often Baby Boomers, and they are stuck in the 60s in regard to the race question

    Sailer’s talked about this issue a lot, and he pointed out that 1. If enviros really wanted to protect the environment in the USA, they advocate for less immigration. There’s nothing worse for the enviro than new exurban building or growing our population by 5-7% each year when all research shows that all immigrants (especially illegal ones) create an infinitely bigger carbon footprint here than they would where they came from…. and (2) he pointed out that the Sierra Club had cited these types of reasons to oppose immigration for a long, long time until bought off by rich modern SWPL donors.

  27. JumpinJackFash “You are right that there is deep resentment among us, but I just dont see any kind of mass revolt happening any time soon.”

    Reading Mencius Moldbug’s early writing made me appreciate the power and resilience of the system. Firepower/Eradica makes important counterpoints in that passivity leads to oblivion, and that systems have vulnerabilities. And this one is clearly in its decadent stage, decadence being understood as the ruling class’s earlier faith in its mission giving way to amoral and opportunistic parasitism.

    In my scenario, I avoid a Romantic people’s uprising premise. Instead, the revolt is essentially a military coup, led by powerful actors (state governments) in an alliance with each other. Its catalyst is a hubristic move by a degenerate ruling party.

    — “And instead of muslim intervention, I would expect Chinese intervention instead.”

    I considered using the Chinese as the invading army but it felt wrong. That would be out of character for East Asians, who are militaristic regionally but not across oceans. Their far-abroad imperialism is more along the lines of economic colonization such as Japanese buying up US real estate in the 80s and the Chinese now involved in Africa’s mineral mining

    I decided, instead, to follow the globalism vs nationalist dynamic in my story consistent with how it’s been playing out for over the past 25 years, with “Beria” throwing globalim’s equivalent of the atomic bomb — third world mass immigration — at the US. Essentially, a magnified version of what is now happening in Germany, except here I’m using weaponized Africans led by globalist-serving Western/Israeli cadres.

    I believe that if my scenario happened, China would just watch and position itself to do business with whoever won.

    — “The future for us is set in stone, and increasingly third world existence with large numbers of mixed race…”

    I disagree. Back on GLPiggy, I demonstrated how modern entropy is not the full story. I may do a post on that. Meanwhile, there is some hint of my thinking on that subject in this post, as well as in “What Have We Learned.”

    Snake “Never underestimate the power of pleasure; especially when Amerikwans are involved.”

    Yes. The 1990s in a nutshell. A lot has changed since then.

  28. But considering our runaway demographics and recent political shifts that allow politicians that now brazenly oppose law enforcement, I don’ think its out of the question that our lifetimes could see a new multi-cult USA becoming more like the highly violent, heavily barb-wired South Africa – filled with pockets of police no-go zones and Ferguson-like homelands that export monstrously high crime.

    Well, not ALL aspects of that demographic are in ‘run-away’ stage that. I’ve said this before here, but here are a few facts of recent history that sustain hope in me: The black underclass is not growing numerically; it’s sort-of solidified its political hold in the last ten years, but the population and thus cost of entitlements have been steadied; the number of illegals hasn’t grown and deportations as up —— this, of course, is more open for further scrutiny, as both the left and the right cook the books for their own selfish reasons.

    Specifically, what i’ve said before is that ‘current arrangements’ could become more appealing merely by doing these two things: upping Western-European birthrates and stopping dead in its tracks illegal immigration, or better yet, all immigration for x-number of years.

    As a bonus, reinstating America as a international manufacturing source wouldn’t hurt, either; And while we’re at it, let’s lead the way for the future booms, which, according to the labor-and-economic future-trend writer Eric ?, Genomic research and its accompanying industry will be to the 2020s what I.T. was to the ’90s in terms of its labor-force and economic clout.

  29. “These two camps have to be reconciled, for White advocacy to be effective and meaningful.”

    I truly believe that the above quote gets to the crux of the matter. But instead of those conciliatory steps being taken, each side avoids and caricaturizes the other (e.g., “DWL,” or “SWLP” or ‘shitlib” or “SJW”, etc.

    And by saying that, I’m not denying it’s admirable to be truthful in your candor; it’s just that matters get blurred beyond recognition when no mutual recognition of ‘the other’ is granted and you wind up with farce and surrealism to go with the age-old racial and ethnic antagonisms —— hardly a healthy Ground Zero to begin rectifying social and political action.

    Yeah, it’s sort of odd coming from a halfrican. But I have always maintained that real human interaction, even if it’s core-driven by antipathy beats both crude slurring and stereotyping and also its converse twin: lifeless politically correct sanctimony.

    Whether he or she be a friend, enemy, co-worker or mere acquaintance, I’d rather deal with a candid, healthy blood-flowing ‘racist’ than be condescended and pacified by feel-good liberal whose personal passions and likes are entirely divorced from his theoretical ‘positions’ and ‘beliefs.’

    The scenario elk speaks of above characterizes that very miscommunication. And the irony there is that those two modern white archetypes actually define much of themselves against each other —— vamping off a parody and a ghost!

  30. Since Beria and her epigones cannot maintain the electrical power grid, once they’re isolated, they have no chance. Great story, bro. Very entertaining. But the future will not be decided by who has the guns, since ghetto thugs don’t even know how to hold them. If it gets to National Coalition revolt, cut off the electricity, the water, the food, and let Beria fly in her ‘groid myrmidons. They’ll be helpless. The stupidity and helplessness, the utter dependency of the left’s bully boys renders them nugatory.

    Not saying the story isn’t fun. But the National Guard in Texas probably has more real combat experience that all the US Army’s “heavy” divisions put together.

    Anyway, time for me to stop waxing humorless. That was fun, and you two (or one!) should be writing thrillers.

    P.S. Hillary would have collapsed before the election. One debate with Trump and she’s in terminal meltdown. Keep your eye on Huma!

  31. Thanks for the response suburban elk. I’d like to address all your points but I am tired and the night is late.

    Of particular note, you said something about youthful activist optimism vs mature laissez faire approach to life. I am a young man and you hit the nail right on. I dont want to stay in one place and I want much more than a simple steady life in a homogenous community because I dont think thats enough. I would only suggest to you that all this status seeking, materialism and consumerism may actually be the push for man to innovate and produce. I agree that we are not happy, I just dont think we should be. Happiness and tranquility should not be our goal because then we become buudhists who never built an air conditioning unit and let the flies of life swarm over us. And if we dont build and create, then we will be just another failed species that never got off its planet, and somewhere out there is an asteroid with our number on it.

  32. JumpinJackFash – “I am a young man and you hit the nail right on. I dont want to stay in one place and I want much more than a simple steady life in a homogenous community because I dont think thats enough.”

    An insight that hit me not too long ago is that men make a fundamental transition in their outlook around their mid-30s; earlier if they start their families young. A young man needs some chaos to thrive, and he’s more open to experience. Approaching 40, he becomes territorial. This change probably parallels his youthful desire to prove himself and then his mature need to set up and protect a perimeter for raising his children. Even single men at that age, judging by people I know, start feeling invested in the future that way.

    Right after high school, I dropped out of college and in a series of forays, drifted around places like east Tennessee, before going into the Army for a couple of years. There were more rough and frustrating moments that happy ones. I was always broke — spending half of my income on cigarettes, working on and off in restaurants and sleeping in my car or cheap motels — and I had no idea where I was going for a while, but I would not trade those couple of years for anything. They are a part of who I am today.

    I can tie this in with my present 40-something perspective, in that there was a lot of beauty in the landscape in which I traveled. It was around 1989/1990 and America was at least from my point of view still mysterious and on a spiritual level I am very protective of her from getting flattened by population influxes and commercial homogeneity.

  33. PA: “…but I would not trade those couple of years for anything. They are a part of who I am today.”

    A young man needs some adventure, and the best adventures involve trial & tribulation. That’s why just going back to Leave it to Beaver won’t be enough (though it would be a fantastic improvement over where we’re at today, obviously).

    A healthy tribe is going to have rites of passage through which a young man can prove himself – through which he can gain respect and become a man, learning to hold his head high. Leave it to Beaver didn’t really offer that – it was largely just about being “nice” and becoming a productive worker bee. Nothing wrong with either of those things as far as they go but, again, it’s not enough. It’s spiritually dead and deeply unsatisfying to an important part of what we are. The European soul craves more; it needs more. If necessary, it will upend and destroy the world to get that “more.” It will even destroy itself.

    In a sense, the 50’s were actually very feminine without being feminist – its masculine aspect was a dwindling holdover from another age. Looking back, it’s no great surprise that such a society would fold like a cheap suit, giving way with virtually no meaningful resistance to the degeneracy which quickly followed. From Leave it to Beaver to White Genocide within a single human lifespan.

    Traditionally, our people created honor-based societies which produced the best of both worlds – toughness as well as manners, martial vigor as well as beautiful art. These things, superficially at odds to the ignorant modern mind, actually go together quite well. For our people, anyway; with other races your mileage may vary.

    Whites must rekindle those old flames, both to achieve our own homelands and to defend them once they are ours again. Among countless benefits, a European honor culture will have no problem preventing racial aliens from trespassing upon the tribe.

  34. Like most here I wasn’t alive yet in the “golden age”.
    But, Trainspotter, I really enjoyed your last post. As idealistic and wonderful as that world in the past looks to me from this decomposing, empty society we live in, something important was missing from that era. Something lost in security, success and scale. Or how then did it fall so quickly? A kind of cowardly ignorance, or something. I wasn’t there so it’s hard to say. Like we (they?) hadn’t adapted to the invention of television yet, and were too easily seduced by the warm snuggly comfort of trusting authority.

    Adventure, huh? That word stirs up some longing, resentful emotions. I wouldn’t trade in my time as a homeless, hungry teenager, because it’s part of my character and my self-image. But as soon as I got a little security I didn’t want to let it go, and when I was young enough for adventure I saw no value in it. I didn’t have the mindset to appreciate it anymore by the time I got to where…
    I had noone else to blame.

  35. He was advocating for conservationism and the natural world and its beauty, however what was driving that impulse must have been sense of the impending future that the world had already changed and but all that was left was its turning.

    Beyond in the dark the river flows in a sluggard ooze toward southern seas, running down out of rainflattened corn and petty crops and riverloam gardens of upcountry landkeepers, grating along like bonedust, afreight with the past, dreams dispersed in the water someway, nothing ever lost. [ … ] Where hunters and woodcutters once slept in their boats by the dying light of their thousand fires and went on, old teutonic forebears with their eyes incandesced by the visionary light of a massive rapacity, wave on wave of the violent and the insane, their brains stoked with spoorless analogues of all that was, lean aryans with their abrogate semitic chapbook reenacting the dramas and parables therein and mindless and pale with a longing that nothing save dark’s total restitution could appease.

    And so the setup of our lives is coalesced by Cormac, in Suttree, and the river is the Old Man and America, and the early part of the second half of the last century, the beginning of the end.

  36. I say with some confidence, that we will find in Cormac the man we were looking for.

    He reminds us of who we are.

  37. This is all topical, if the post is the shape of things to come.

    The larger topic that is always in the shadows – is ethnogenesis.

    This is a preposterous theme – and it is also the theme of our time. And someone has to talk about it, and no one is as qualified as me, or you. Think on that, for a second.

  38. Think on how that topic is bandied about by the president, or some faggot on the NYT editorial page, “That’s not who we are, as a people.”

    Who gets to decide, who we are.

    Those people, the president’s speech writers, and the presumptuous editorialists, they know about the value and the weight of that question. They want to manage who we are.

    But they can’t. We have to be defined ‘organically’, and it is funny to have to use that goofy word with all its tomato sauce, but our sense of who we are has to be ground up (or is it round up? … as long as it’s not browned-up!).

    Even bringing up these very weighty topics, is kind of gay. There is somehow a self-reflective paradox inherent in considering it. However, it is what it is.

    The official Alternative Right had a conference called Become Who We Are – and that is the right idea – but that stuff can’t be deliberately conferenced. To the extent that you have a conference about it, you’re missing it. To the extent that you have a conference, you’re gay.

    What has to be done, is down at the river. Literally and metaphorically. And not literally and not metaphorically.

    But with McCarthy – it is pretty fucking remarkable how un-pc all his stuff is. It is a blood red celebration of white mastery and violence and brilliance – white supremacy in a word, ha! His talent can not be denied and so they have to give him honors because he is the only one writing a real novel, the only contemporary fiction that matters in English, is his. As far as i know.

    I hear that Blood Meridian has been bought out for the movie rights. I can’t wait to see who gets the role of the kid, Matt Damon, Gyllenhaal? – excuse me while i puke.

  39. But the point of Cormac’s vision. Reread that quote above, word by word and slowly. That was published in 1979.

    He likes to try and get at the ‘mental space’ that is what is was that let us get to here.

    It’s that mental space that we have to remember about, now. And he describes it for us.

    His most famous character is the judge, in Blood Meridian, and that guy lays out the nature of the violent world. The judge is its ultimate expression, and “cannot die.” It is that the winner is he who prevails and that is all there is to it.

    In the final analysis, the last man standing is the judge who has been judged within his own judgment … to be the judge.

    He tries to get at that decisive and recursive nature of life and victory and war and survival, and it is a theme that can probably only be understood by those who have been there. Those who know. I never played sports so i don’t know that feeling of ultimate victory. But we will have to kill, in order to survive.

    That simple common sense, copybook headline style sort-of saying, is all that doesn’t need to be said.

    But that is all there is to it. I try to promote a humanistic and palatable platform that you can sell to your liberal friends and family at holiday get-togethers. But that’s not going to convince the cartels and their Anton Chigurh operatives, of anything at all.

    Cormac also insisted (in a fictional voice yes, but insisted yes) on the ACTUAL EXISTENCE of Anton Chigurh, the sociopathic killer selected by trial and fire as the last man standing – his point was that that man will not be stopped.

    I wanted to address that theme, of how an author – or a genius, rather – can ‘intuit’, can know about, with 100 per cent certainty, the existence of a character, in real life. Dostoyesky did the same thing, and insisted on the point emphatically.

    I wanted to say something about that, but what is there to say. Imagine yourself, and everything you think and feel – and know that to the extent that you are sane and halfway functional – that there is nothing unique in your thoughts and feelings, and every slight variation and permutation of your character is also out there in play. That may not be exactly right, or getting it right. But the idea is that …

  40. And on that note excuse me while i go masturbate ten times as quickly as possible.

    That’s a joke, of course. It would have been funny, left to stand. Now it is not funny, now it is tragedy.

    I wish i had never masturbated, in high school, or ever. If i could do my life over, that would be the one rule. Plus no alcohol or drugs. And i would have studied harder. And bought gold at 400 per. And stood up and been a better man.

    The real heroes are dead. Life is a series of compromises. We are diminished day by day. There is someone on the cross so you dont gotta go there?

    Remember this, if nothing else: Clint Eastwood does not do self-deprecating humor, … or does he? He does but just a teensy weensy little bit.

  41. That’s a hard act to follow, i know i know i know.

    There is where i used to go get a liter of vodka, but now that is off the table. Part of the new program.

    Strictly little boys from here on out.

  42. “But with McCarthy – it is pretty fucking remarkable how un-pc all his stuff is. It is a blood red celebration of white mastery and violence and brilliance – white supremacy in a word, ha! His talent can not be denied and so they have to give him honors because he is the only one writing a real novel, the only contemporary fiction that matters in English, is his. As far as i know.”

    Yes. Very true. McCarthy’s accolades certainly aren’t subservient to p.c. rhetoric and sanctimony.
    But that’s also what makes it so existentially ominous and grim. It begs the eternal question: What does humanity’s leading charge do for an encore? What to make of the melancholy of the creme de la creme? What realm do we enter after we’ve mastered material security?

    By my lights, that’s some scary-ass shite.

  43. Laguna Beach Fogey: “It’s funny how indispensable Latinos (and blacks) think they are to our European civilization.”

    It’s actually quite amazing. A people that lived in dung covered huts, never even inventing the wheel, truly and sincerely believe that the race that put men on the moon owes everything to them.

    It’s not just talking smack, either. They really believe it, just as they believe all sorts of other crazy things. I vaguely recall a study from some years ago on self-esteem in which students were tested on their math skills, then asked whether they considered themselves “very good” at math. As you might guess, blacks were objectively far worse at math than whites or asians. But, as you might also guess, they were far, far more likely to rate themselves as “very good” than either whites or asians.

    Blacks, taken as a group, are utterly delusional. They sincerely and viciously believe all sorts of things are are obviously, objectively & provably false. They are immune to reason, and whites must separate from them entirely.

  44. Enjoyed your comment Trainspotter. Only one correction if I may. Not seperated but instead exterminated.

  45. Blacks – yes. They somehow think they “built” America, even though they occupied Africa from the Big Bang to the 1800’s and somehow didn’t produce a single bridge, wall or road of any note.

    But Latinos don’t really think that, despite the bluster of their politicians. This is why Latinos don’t really vote in any numbers even after they gain citizenship – it’s their tacit of way of showing they will gladly leave the important business of running the country to their betters…

  46. Let’s say there were 100,000 black slaves in America and they actually built this country as they claim.

    We can conclude, then, that blacks are in fact a creative people full of industry.

    That said, it should stand to reason that more blacks would lead to greater and greater heights of civilization, in all areas of life.

    Why, then, if blacks are such an industrious people, is black Africa, with its billion plus Africans, a total disaster?

  47. I know that feeling. When I was younger I drove across this country by myself from Florida to Washington state with $800 to my name and no job. I slept in my car on the journey and when I reached my destination I lived in a cheap motel.

    It was great. It was freedom.

  48. When I was 23 a close friend of same age got laid off from his job and was given a whopping 1 year of severance. So he just packed everything into his Yukon and drove across the US to wherever his heart took him across the lower 48 while collecting his regularly weekly paycheck, sometimes sleeping in the vehicle, or camping, or using various truck stops for the cheap shower. The way he described it made me very envious, although I hate the cold and wouldn’t have seen as big of a sliver of the US as him.

  49. Camlost, you should go for it. About a month and a half ago I drove from Denver up to S. Dakota to Detroit to Canada to Miami, by myself. It wasn’t like when I was younger though, when I was broke and this land was virginal to me, but it was fun and I have some great stories.

  50. Something that hits you on those long solo drives is that if you don’t talk to another human for two days straight, you start talking to yourself in the car, and you also have a hard time speaking articulately when you actually do talk to someone, at a gas station, for example.

  51. Two great solo drive songs from my early 20s: Bob Seger “Turn the Page” and “Ol 55,” which I then only knew in the Sarah McLachlan cover — which is quite good. There is also the original Tom Waits version, and the Eagles cover, among many others.

  52. Camlost, you should go for it. About a month and a half ago I drove from Denver up to S. Dakota to Detroit to Canada to Miami, by myself.

    Something that hits you on those long solo drives is that if you don’t talk to another human for two days straight, you start talking to yourself in the car, and you also have a hard time speaking articulately when you actually do talk to someone, at a gas station, for example.

    I actually took 9 months off in 2014 after a business venture went well for a time but then started falling apart, I sold out my share and just drove around the Southeast, Texas and Oklahoma.

    I found myself increasingly anxious talking to strangers in person as I was unaccustomed to going weeks without the solidity of regularly talking to people I knew well. And find that I’m not good with unstructured time. I wasted far too much time just getting my day started and often stayed over far too long at various Casinos when they comped me for free rooms and never really accomplished much of what I wanted to do, ultimately. I also ate terribly and gained about 25 pounds, causing me to flee back home and scrap my plans to spend time bumming around in Denver, Phoenix and Southern California.

    Some people have the wandering spirit and some don’t.

  53. is that America’s 1% shifting down 5% of its wealth would make this country a middle-class paradise welfare state

    Nonsense! In case you haven’t noticed, we are $19 trillion in debt, but that doesn’t even scratch the surface of the problem. The unfunded liabilities of Social Security, Medicare, and federal pensions exceeds $87 trillion. There is simply no way to pay it all off. Even if you were to seize all the assets of the 1% you wouldn’t come close to plugging the hole in that leaking ship.

  54. But that’s also what makes it so existentially ominous and grim. It begs the eternal question: What does humanity’s leading charge do for an encore? What to make of the melancholy of the creme de la creme? What realm do we enter after we’ve mastered material security?

    to quote the Judge here from Blood Meridian:

    “The way of the world is to bloom and to flower and die but in the affairs of men there is no waning and the noon of his expression signals the onset of night. His spirit is exhausted at the peak of its achievement. His meridian is at once his darkening and the evening of his day.”

  55. is that America’s 1% shifting down 5% of its wealth would make this country a middle-class paradise welfare state

    Nonsense! In case you haven’t noticed, we are $19 trillion in debt, but that doesn’t even scratch the surface of the problem.

    Whoa, Trickin’ did you really say this? MGE is totally right, whatever money could be recouped by the government with such a maneuver would (literally) be spent with nothing to show before the IRS could even send out invoices to the rich people it targets.

    And in our new global economy the rich have ultimately flexibility and can just live where they want, using the USA as they see fit. If taxes get too high they can just park the bulk of their money abroad, conduct business here and funnel the profits to a smaller country who won’t hit them with punitive taxes.

    Apple has more than $40 billion in cold, hard, war chest cash sitting in Ireland and Switzerland, they won’t return or use it here because it will be taxed. And don’t forget the liberal Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, he renounced his American citizenship and moved to Singapore with his money, saving himself somewhere north of $60 million in taxes in one day.

  56. Whoa, Trickin’ did you really say this?

    I was parroting that congressional hedge fund manager, what’s-his-name? I’ll bow out and concede on this one; I’ve never been able to fully wrap my head around the national budget, debt and other meta-economic issues and don’t know WTF to trust on those matters.

  57. I was parroting that congressional hedge fund manager, what’s-his-name? I’ll bow out and concede on this one; I’ve never been able to fully wrap my head around the national budget, debt and other meta-economic issues and don’t know WTF to trust on those matters.

    You don’t really need advanced economic skills to see that the new era of liberalism is headed by a lot of people with bad (on non-existent) money management skills. And people act as if this things haven’t been tested in practice.

    If intense government activism and constant tax increases could really cure the poverty problem we would’ve seen California turn into an egalitarian, poverty-free paradise decades ago. Instead, California has nearly 1/3 of the USA’s state welfare $$ expenditures, but only about 10% of its population… and each session of its lawmaking body sees California passing something like 3 times as much legislation and regulatory hullabaloo as any other large state.

  58. Some people have the wandering spirit and some don’t.

    I don’t; if i had undertook the kind of journey you and PA describe, I would respond with an uneven mood and some of the other imbalances you (Cam) described; I too do better with routine. Too much downtime wreaks havoc on my mind and health…… One thing I like about my current gig is the strict time routine; people who knew me in 20s and 30s can’t believe I work a public high-school time schedule. Those midnight deadlines are thankfully a thing of the past.

  59. Two great solo drive songs from my early 20s: Bob Seger “Turn the Page” and “Ol 55,” which I then only knew in the Sarah McLachlan cover

    Turn the Page is definitely a necessary part of any long road trip.

    I think I’m the only person in the USA who didn’t like Metallica’s cover. I thought it absolutely sucked, it seemed really forced and had the wrong tension and pace or something. (I don’t know the appropriate musical terms)

  60. I always thought Metallica was pretentious.

    Turn the Page is a damned good song, the last line of this verse,

    Sometimes you can hear em talk
    other times you cant
    same old cliches
    a woman on a man
    You always feel outnumbered
    you dont dare make a stand

    I checked those lyrics against a google search, and they are typically close but not right.

  61. same old cliches
    a woman or a man

    I’ve always assumed that’s a reference to the long hair of rockers, right?

  62. Here is that verse, copied from an internet search,

    Most times you can’t hear ’em talk, other times you can
    All the same old clichés, is it woman, is it man?
    And you always seem outnumbered, so you don’t dare make a stand

    And so yes they are about how Seger is being perceived and regarded, by strangers on the road.

    I had not heard the lyric correctly, and always thought it was vague. There is something about spoken lyrics and particularly those set to music, and in contrast to written words – that they cannot always be made out, and perhaps that inaudible ambiguity is part of the lyric.

    In any case it is interesting to learn that Seger himself knew that feeling of resentment about not being taken seriously as a man. And yeah, that lyric does boil down to that.

    And so see how this man, this artist – Seger – has prefigured by a generation social problems that are all the rage today. Of course hippies and their long hair and Bowie and Jagger and their blousey costumes were also engaged in all that, that ‘gender ambivalence’ or whatever it wants to be called.

    But somehow Seger’s treatment of the theme, with that lyric in that there song, is different, than theirs. It is more masculine. The song is ominous and and tense, and Seger could be an outlaw and maybe shoot some people. Unlike Bowie and Jagger who more likely might to go down on them. No offense to those guys – but that was how they dealt with gender ambivalence – they pranced around and had fun with it. Whereas Bob the American was wanting to steel his nerve and make a stand.

  63. But somehow Seger’s treatment of the theme, with that lyric in that there song, is different, than theirs. It is more masculine.

    I’d agree.

    Seger mentions those that insult for his long hair, but doesn’t whine or screech about someone not liking him, instead taking it in stride as a feature of the road life and moving forward. Contrast that to the new Obamerican crybaby culture of being quick to take grievous personal offense at every opportunity and magnifying every minor perceived slight into a cosmic crisis.

    To deviate a little – that’s why I loved Russell Crowe in Gladiator, I think his performance showed an excellent understanding of the truly manly Stoic values that the classical philosophers wrote about. And while I’m generally not a huge fan of mainline Hollywood movies, I’d say that Crowe clearly did his research because he was the personification of Stoic values like self-control, temperance, self-assuredness and courage.

  64. “Contrast that to the new Obamerican crybaby culture of being quick to take grievous personal offense at every opportunity and magnifying every minor perceived slight into a cosmic crisis.”

    I don’t think that’s fair; Obama doesn’t strike me as emblematic of the whole 90s-initiated era Oprah and the rise of daytime tv making commerce out of any and all fleeting aesthetic gripes…. True enough about current culture writ large, but even there i’d contend that personal politics and dousing yourself with therapy trend peaked in the 90s………fwiw, and the IMO opinion ain’t worth much but that song sucks; corny, overwrought, dull and overplayed.It also bothers me to feel this way because, in theory, i like the fact that people can get deep personal joy from pop music and forms, but i guess i like to see the connection between it and them and believe in it.
    This actually is a sentiment that is freaking me out lately; and which is easily misundertood by others, even leading to a somewhat misguided fight between elk and I sometime back: i don’t like the idea of being jaded to the point of cultural alienation—- but i then encounter, say, you, PA and even sub_elk, whose got a pretty refined and fussy aesthetic disposition, lay out these Spinal-Tap-like platitudes about god-awful cornball rock ballads like the one in question. I fucking hate that stupid-ass song……..but the larger point is, I”m not just over-reacting; i’m alienated to the point of bewilderement when i hear, say, elk praise that song, as in my estimation, he’s enough of a critical fussbudget like me to know better, reflexively to know that means that I’m becoming a crotchety old whiney bitch, and it’s sort-of freaking me out.

    But: since we’re speaking of Metallica, here’s a funny trivial fact that I betcha y’all here didn’t know: Lars Ullrich is the stepson of the late jazz great, Dexter Gordon…. Well, maybe some of you heard about that.

  65. The “full story” is not “entropy.”

    I just can’t stay in one place…

    McCarthy just writes of… white Supremacy…

    Intangibly unpayable IOUs to a future mass of “genocide” victims.

    What does it all add up to for that young white boy?

  66. I don’t think that’s fair; Obama doesn’t strike me as emblematic of the whole 90s-initiated era Oprah and the rise of daytime tv making commerce out of any and all fleeting aesthetic gripes

    Your point certainly has validity, I think that the rise of the 80’s-90’s talk shows like Donahue and Oprah certainly contributed to the whiny, self-absorbed nature of today’s gradually sissifying America.

    However, runaway Political Correctness has absolutely, positively exploded under Obama. It’s a whole new game now, simply put. Would you disagree with that?

    But when I use the term “Obamerica” to describe the new wussified USA, I’m not implying that BHO accomplished all of this himself – intended or unintended. His Presidency just happened to coincide with other factors such as the rise of social media, the huge expansion in feel-good TV programming/stations and politicized news coverage, and the MSM’s gradual replacement of older, white writers, pundits and journalists with SWPL’s, shoulder-chipped minorities, and other assorted, unapologetically left-leaning types.

    But I do lay some of the blame on Obama himself for his constant undermining of law enforcement, his who/whom politics, and for his general pansy-tude (i.e. his pandering to Ahmed clock boy, renaming National Guard Armories as “readiness centers” or making a big deal about injecting women into combat).

    And don’t even get me started on his “Life of Julia.”

  67. from Camlost’s above link:

    Sentimentality is a distinctly white trait, and though Black people can Act White by trying to enjoy a Power Ballad, it’s difficult to find a Black person who can empathize with the emotions that can be drudged up from the hearing of a song 10 or 20 years from when those memories were first created.

    Here’s a real nugget of wisdom:

    The Power Ballad is a uniquely white [and primarily American] phenomenon, a manifestation of hope, love, desire and longing that symbolizes one of the last unifying cultural traits left for white people. Regardless of the geographic location, Power Ballads are still played across America and speak to an epoch that contemporary music seeks to dull, de-legitimize and label as square.

    these two paragraphy exemplify how an ‘expert’ in one fied tends to trip up a bit when they presume ‘expertise’ in other fields.

  68. these two paragraphy exemplify how an ‘expert’ in one fied tends to trip up a bit when they presume ‘expertise’ in other fields.

    Ha, I knew the mere mention of Kersey would surely stir you to react, but you don’t think it possible there’s some small kernel of wisdom in his contention that blacks folks aren’t genetically pre-disposed to being able to relate? Maybe black folks just don’t have the same innate sense of wanderlust and love for exploration and open space, even now 30 years after the release of “Living in America” – the seminal, non power ballad ode to the black wayfaring experience. (JK, JK)

    Seriously, though – I do have to give reluctant credit to the scatophiliac and convicted white woman trafficker where it’s due – Chuck Berry’s “No Particular Place to Go” is also one hell of a driving song.

  69. btw, his violation of the Mann act (e.g., his ‘white-woman trafficking’ charge) was total and utter bullshite —— even the parties involved and/or their legal successors have vindicated him

  70. A few comments:

    – Elk (and Camlost’s response), insightful point: “But somehow Seger’s treatment of the theme, with that lyric in that there song, is different, than theirs. It is more masculine.”

    – I like Metallica but I agree that their cover of “Turn the Page” doesn’t bring anything new to the song. They sound constipated.

    – A quick story about power ballads. For several years, I went to an overpriced, underequipped gym because they played hard rock, late 70s thru early 90s in their freeweights room, and hairband power ballads figured heavily into the playlist. There is nothing like doing a balls-to-the-wall set to Hardline’s “Hot Cherie” or Steelheart’s “She’s Gone.” I’ve been meaning to switch gyms for a while (as I said, they were overpriced) and finally did when music changed to the older crowd’s tastes. The final straw came when I ran out of juice on a set due to the T-sapping mewls of Crosby Stills and Nash.

    – Road trip music in my vagabond days: The Cure’s “Disintegration” album. Techno was great at night when pushing fatigue away. U2’s “Achtung Baby.” Simon and Garfunkel’s “Greatest Hits.” B-52s, REM. One moment that stayed with me… middle of the night, I cross into South Carolina and — you know how when you travel, each region’s smell hits you — so I started smelling the mangrove swamps, I guess. The moon was high, and I was searching through radio stations, and caught a blues musician, who was going on for something like 20 minutes.

    – This original post made it to several police and military-themed sites (via their commenters), with positive feedback. I appreciate commenters’ feedback, positive or critical.

  71. Not saying I don’t believe you, but I thought it was a clear fact that Chuck Berry was found keeping underage white women in his company? And obviously they weren’t related to him.

  72. I thought it was a clear fact that Chuck Berry was found keeping underage white women in his company?

    I’m going by memoryhere; and of course, considering this was made about a celebrity in a tributive measure, it’s not exactly gospel. But the documentary did include relevant legal autnorities to the incident rescinding his guilt; i believe it was a ‘mann act’ violation, in which , in the era of racial-segregative law, he transported a woman —– idk if she was of age or not —- across ‘state lines,’ which constituted a violation of the mann act. (keep in mind that St. Louis and East St, Louis, where Berry is from, are bordering communities but in different states…idk, there’s probably update info on it; i;m pretty sure it was b.s. —– there is such a thing as real ‘racism’ y’know, especially back then.

    But none of this is to say that chuck is not a freak; i guess a few decades back, but well after he was a star, he created a amusement park called, appropriately enough, ‘Berry Park.’ Apparently there in one of the female restroom’s he installed small, micro-cameras into one of the toilet bowls, so he could facilitate his pet fetish: witnessing the female act of defecation.
    And to think he was publicly criticized for writing the semi-risque “My Ding-a-Ling!”

  73. Nikcrit, I’m not familiar with many of the songs on his list. He mentioned Mazzy Star. “Fade into You” was another one of my road trip staples back in the early 90s my mix tape.

  74. “America’s average IQ, however, is going down, with or without a die-off.”

    A large die off should take out the stupid, conveniently concentrated in democrat die verse cities, more than the prepared. The food stamp card went down for 8 hours on 10-12-2013 and the chimp out videos from it are bad enough to get some puffs to flee die verse city for Whitopia.

    I don’t even see the convoy making it to Austin, one Texas ranger tosses out spike strips and all the Humvees have flat tires. How would the troops get supplied for a week? With all the affirmative action and black troops on one side, you would be lucky if you could kill as many of their soldiers as the black doctors/nurses/medics would.

    ” A people that lived in dung covered huts, never even inventing the wheel, truly and sincerely believe that the race that put men on the moon owes everything to them. ”

    They tried to stop us from going to the moon, saying the money spent going to the moon would be better spent on Latrina’s 21 illegitimate crack babies, with a protest of mule carts. Search (The Apollo Rocket versus the Mule Cart). Of course now affirmative action NASA needs Russia’s help to get to the space station.

  75. “We need to check under your pickup bed cover, we have reports someone set up a sand bag firing position in the back of their pickup truck to shoot blue helmets without having to pick up brass, never mind you have a rainbow feather boa”

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