What is the Road to Hell Paved With?

A slice of late-modern American life as a playground of liberal morality: a White policeman pulls over a Black motorist who was driving his three-year-old daughter without a child seat and instead of giving him a citation, buys him a child seat. That story, along with its photo-op hug between the two, is making its rounds on social media as a feel-good news item of the week.

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After I relayed the story in a colorfully disapproving tone, Nikcrit asks if it would have made a difference for me if the policeman and the driver were of the same race. I replied “Yes.” Camlost adds, referring to the driver:

He’s got money for tats and tint but not a baby seat. That’s mighty black of him. And on his hilariously typical Facebook page he brags about his Air Jordans, too. The difference is that white men/fathers tend to have a sense of shame about being this needy, but black men are completely fine with it. Before 1990 the MSM wouldn’t have run an idiotic tidbit like this – these things are symptomatic of the Africanization/hyper-feminization of our society – personal responsibility being cast aside for feel-good stories about how it takes a village.

Nikcrit confirms the validity of that perspective:

Yeah, i don’t like it, either; i see the effects of kids having their selfish, conceited personal interests and me-first attitudes condoned and reinforced by the media and govt.

Lara speaks with a feminine sense for the immediate balm:

I don’t have a problem with what the police officer did, it’s not like he gave him drugs. Having to use a car seat is going to make this man work harder to take care of his daughter. Yes, he should have bought it himself, but I still see it as a good thing. Forcing lazy people to do things right is good. Especially, when they need to put in the effort.

Camlost then makes a series of observations:

It won’t be long before the lawsuits start rolling in due to haphazard enforcement of the baby seat law, somebody 5 states away will claim that they’re being singled out since this LaVonte guy didn’t get a ticket but they did.

Good point. The road to hell, as they say. He continues:

I also have a problem with it because blacks are always complaining about how their singled out for DWB. (driving while black) But this is a typical situation showing that they show a constant tendency to never have their shit together – license, insurance, registration and baby seat.

I weigh in:

Additional reason why that cop was irresponsible: ghetto Blacks’ fear of the police keeps many of them behaving with some semblance of respect for the law or for others. But if they start getting ideas into day haids that cops are teddy bears who reward your irresponsibility with buying you things… well, imagine the 80-IQ noggin processing that. ALSO: they aren’t going to respect a huggy teddy bear cop, making the inevitable future TNB front of a cop result in another Dindu Nuffin lying dead on the asphalt and another officer’s life destroyed.

Thordaddy, whose axe makes clean cuts, delivers the judgment. To decipher him is to agree with him:

There is only one way to describe the event that is this “pig purchase baby seat for nigger” and that is a false flag of the most degenerate mind. Because “we” are post-Liberation, it is the default assumption that all “feel-good” stories are in reality thoroughly infused with degeneracy. This manufactured story ACTUALLY turns a cop into a pig and a black male into a nigger. The totality of their mutual action is simply RADICAL AUTONOMY. The sum effect of this false flag is the subtle allowance of cops to be pigs and black males to be niggers and the healthy-minded white man must just stand silent in agreement. Pigs and niggers GET TO RUN A LITTLE MORE WILD TODAY and the healthy-minded white man is a little less free.

Peterike puts things in the context of the era:

Car seat episode. I see Indian and Arab and (((Russian))) types driving with kids not in car seats all the time. They just don’t care. More flipping the bird to the nation that let them in.

Diversity demoralizes because absent commonly agreed-upon norms, the public space favors the lowest common denominator in civic behavior.

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The late Lawrence Auster analyzed the very same liberal morality that we are witnessing in the above story: Whites are immaterial spiritual beings capable of either being angels who do nice things for Blacks (and for other non-Whites) or devils who are racist. In this cosmology, Blacks are material-but-spiritless creatures bereft of moral agency whose purpose is to serve as clay for Whites on which to work out our moral struggle.

With every otherwise-sensible person who approvingly forwards such a feel-good story, you see how that mentality had glued itself to the average citizen.

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60 thoughts on “What is the Road to Hell Paved With?

  1. I credit commenters unless I’m quoting them unfavorably. If you’ rather not be identified in the original post, let me know and I will change your handle to “reader.”

  2. Those people forwarding this around must be made out of sap.

    Sappy stories, sappy lives
    sappy families, sappy wives

    Niggers and pigs
    and feelgood hugs
    Babies and carseats
    or lugnuts and drugs?

    Take your choice and moralize
    and pass around a picture
    “we’re all gonna be ok”
    what r u a fuckin hater?

  3. No really twas a beautiful thing
    you woulda thought they was friends
    cooperating the aisles
    and blessin the chitlins

    One is blue and the other is black
    one’s gotta pigface
    the other’s got crack

    Drugs are fun but they aint for free
    your babies gonna pay

    And that aint no jive, turkey!

  4. I suspect the reason this story is popular is because it shows the police in a good light. I agree that thinking of the police as social workers is a mistake. A mother I know, thought the police would help her with her troubled son. They helped her by arresting him and putting him in jail.

  5. I didnt think anything was wrong with that story until I read the commenter’s reactions. In fact, I felt Good about it. I think we are all tainted by liberalism, even those of us in the darkest corners of ill repute on the internet, like this one here.

  6. I can understand feeling some sympathy for low class people. I don’t have many dealings with lower class people, but I know people who do. From what it sounds like, their lives are a never-ending succession of failures. They go from one failure to the next and just can’t get it together. I think writing this man a ticket probably felt like adding one more problem to his already messed up life.

  7. Lara,

    I am somebody who is digging my way out of the low class. Two years ago I was facing homelessness. One year ago I was living in the hood. Now I make a barely lower middle class wage, but I am doing better and better every year. I have done this through practicing virtue, self discipline, and cultivating an attitude of constant self improvement and respect towards people around me. My observation of my peers is that they self sabotage themselves for one reason or another. Their failures come from within, and they are manifested without. It’s hard to have any sympathy for them.

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  9. Modern America abounds in sappy feel-good spectacles like this. It may as well be a different country. Burn it down.

  10. Anonymous Bro

    “Their failures come from within, and they are manifested without. It’s hard to have any sympathy for them.”
    ——————————————————————————————
    Wow; Im really sorry you feel that way; it must suck to be you?

    In 2009 I gave one of my guitars to a 15 year old white boy I barely knew. It was only a Strat Squire; but I had not abused it and it was perfect for a boy in his situation. His mom had taken his guitar as punishment for some minor offense and this annoyed me because learning a musical instrument is WORK. This boy had done enough of this WORK, on his own, to produce a constructive ability in himself; THEN, another person, who had not done this WORK, and lacked this constructive ability, was now trying to take this ability from him.

    Most boys get in trouble because of their friends. Teaching yourself to play a musical instrument means you ALWAYS have an option to “hanging out” with IDLE people who will get you in trouble. Playing guitar helped me dodge a lot of idle ni66ers growing up because it allowed me to be alone without being lonely.

    Matter of fact, you often don’t want other people around because they only function as a distraction.

    Im glad I gave that boy my Strat cause less than a year later, ni66ers broke in my house in broad daylight and cleaned me allthewaythefukc out.

    But now Im just so happy. I go to bed happy, and I wake up happy because I know that even though you ni66ers stole all of my guitars including my 12 string and my 66 Gibson ES 330;

    theres one guitar you ni66ers didn’t get.

  11. This “infection” is being “passed around” because it is simple pathology. Decent babies seats are >$200… A Walmart special probably $50-75… A no-baby seat ticket ??? $250-400?

    A mere warning… Priceless?

    Instead, “we” get fed a false flag. Easily manufactured when the “actors” aren’t taken to the proverbial woodshed. This pig and nigger should be shamed into disavowing the zeitgeist that put them up to this display of pure miscegenating faggotry.

  12. “Diversity demoralizes because absent commonly agreed-upon norms, the public space favors the lowest common denominator in civic behavior.”

    Heads up: I’m stealing this and using it in conversations a thousand times over from here on out.

  13. To “feel-good” about this false flag is to be oblivious to radical liberation… It is to be in a state of radical autonomy… Utterly impervious to the sheer lawlessness of this display… Wholly ignorant of the mass embrace of a collective delusion in the service of an individual denial…

    All “we” can do it destroy that “feel-good” and expose it for the self-annihilation that it is.

  14. Inside the “blue wall” and down in those ghetto streets, these two are being laughed at amongst those “we” call their allies AND YET… The masses are just willfully obtuse to the hoax.

  15. “I don’t have a problem with what the police officer did, it’s not like he gave him drugs. Having to use a car seat is going to make this man work harder to take care of his daughter. Yes, he should have bought it himself, but I still see it as a good thing. Forcing lazy people to do things right is good. Especially, when they need to put in the effort.”

    UGHHH

    The nog is just another example of the minimal parental investment practiced by blacks.

  16. The nog is just another example of the minimal parental investment practiced by blacks.

    And this is the type of thing that is infesting public schools, too. The blacker a school gets, the needier the kids are – teachers can’t just teach the subjects and go home knowing that homework will be done the next day. They’ve got to spend an enormous amount of time being a friend, confidant, nurse, chef, probation officer, cab driver and mentor.

    Every time I hear the phrase “at-risk child” it makes me want to wretch.

  17. Thwack, you gave away a Squier Strat but got pinched for a vintage ES 330 Gibson? Ouch! You definitely came out the loser in that particular gain-vs-lost sum….. That particular Gibson gas a very sweet & distinct sound; BB King played a ’65 ES 330 for a long spell.

  18. “Diversity demoralizes because absent commonly agreed-upon norms, the public space favors the lowest common denominator in civic behavior.”

    Socio-economic fluidity and, ideally, mobility, is the factor that alleviates one’s vulnerability to that LCD public space. I’m damn near convinced that the author of the above quote lives in the absolutely least hospitable part of the country in terms of his above claim; D.C. is an exception in that you get a damn-near ANTI-correlation of income-to-class twinning there, for reasons you’ve cited numerous times (e.g., fed jobs, state-driven financial egalitarianism); if you were a white professional family men settled in Minneapolis or St. Paul or Milwaukee you could, guessing by your likely income, live a comfortable inner-ring suburban life in a suitable family home in a neighborhood that would keep your dreaded NAM-index level in the five-to-ten percent range. IMO, assuming your demographic disclosures are fairly true, I’d say you were born for professional life in the American Midwest; i can think of few places beside the D.C.’-Baltimore-area more ill-suited for someone of your needs and temperament.

    [The DC area has its plusses. Philly, Jersey Shore, NYC a daytrip away. Cheap flights from major airports in the area. Mountains and ocean, one to two hours’ drive. Maryland and Virginia are beautiful when you know where to go. — PA]

  19. “The DC area has its plusses. Philly, Jersey Shore, NYC a daytrip away.”

    OK. I hear you. To each his own—- but Philly? One of the D.C.-area’s “plusses?” I got a bad vibe there merely from a layover at the airport! (sorry, Lara).

  20. The whole thing strikes me as a bit condescending. You know, Lavante Dell is just a big 12-year old who happens to drive a car and have a kid himself, he don’t know nothin so Officer Whitey takes him by hand and leads him off to Wal-Mart to buy a baby seat. There now, Lavante, now you can do better, the Officer says with gruff pride, and all the media have a simpering little orgasm.

    Then in a year or so we get the next story, Lavante Dell, the aspiring rapper who was turning his life around but somehow ended up accused of raping and killing this suburban couple in a home invasion gone tragically wrong.

  21. You can also get used baby seats dirt cheap at thrift shops if you try hard enough.

    Also, I’d bet four figures $$ that Lavonte was on the way to see his weed man.

  22. if you were a white professional family men settled in Minneapolis or St. Paul or Milwaukee you could, guessing by your likely income, live a comfortable inner-ring suburban life in a suitable family home in a neighborhood that would keep your dreaded NAM-index level in the five-to-ten percent range.

    When I moved to Kansas City it was the first time that I’d seen poor whites who were urban. Down South white people cannot live in walkable, cheap city areas. They’re too quickly inundated with blacks. Whites are already a minority in public schools in North Carolina and below, all the way to Texas.

    The DC area has its plusses. Philly, Jersey Shore, NYC a daytrip away.

    Yeah, how do you tolerate living up there, PA?

    [The Chesapeake is a natural wonder of the world. It’s like I’m rooted here or something. Other than that, I do “get away” whenever possible. We recently spent a week in the South via a vacation home rental thing, and I was floored (as I am every time we travel) with how nice people are, and how there are thin, normal-looking Whites everywhere in grocery stores. It’s detox. –PA]

    Jersey shore sucks, the place and the show. Water is too cold, people are stupid and rude. Atlantic City is a real sh** hole, and I hear that AC is doing terrible business-wise with all of the casinos opening across the USA – Las Vegas is surviving much better because they’ve been successful at making the shift to an entertainment mecca, which attracts the $$ dollars of females and high-income international travelers. I do hear that Maryland is getting some good casinos now, that would be a plus for me. Casinos just like giving me money, for whatever reason.

    [I’m not into gambling. A friend of mine is and according to him, the new casinos are targeted for (to revisit the recent thread) moneyed Blacks. He makes a decent living but as he explains it, his normal gambling strategy doesn’t work when every table has a crowd of risk-unaverse brothas dropping hundreds.]

    And the Washington DC area is chock full of insufferable liberals of all ethnic stripes.

    [sigh. if you could overhear the insipidity I overhear on a daily basis from people who ought to know better…]

    I couldn’t imagine having to get out there on the DC dating scene

    [It was fantastic a decade+ ago in my dating days, with all the international aupairs]

    and listen to the insane prattling of all the PC-worshiping white women there, I’d just want to smack them. Even the ones who aren’t overly SWPL or granola are still going to yammer on and on about Obama and DNC talking points.

    [Guess how many times I heard the word “historic” at work lunches right after Obama’s first election]

    I’d think that even NYC women would be less annoying, at least you could find some loud and irreverent (but cute) Jewish girls who could appreciate a man with a IDGAF attitude and opinions of his own.

  23. A follow-on to my in-line replies to Camlost… the fundamental suckiness of the Mordor Metro Area, as a friend puts it, is the endless combat with everyone else over the limited resources on every level. Especially on the micro level, like a modicum of personal space on the crowded metro platform. I am less sensitive to the endless jostle than he is but I get what he’s saying.

  24. [It was fantastic a decade+ ago in my dating days, with all the international aupairs]

    Not sure if you’ve been to Florida recently but there’s a TON of those European aupair girls working for the rich families now, or taking jobs with the cruise lines or Disney-type of attractions. It’s the one good piece of immigration news I’ve gotten in years. I’m so happy about it that I’ve almost forgiven Disney for ruining Star Wars with that idiotic piece of unoriginal, feminist tripe they gave us. I think those European girls are hearing that Florida is cool and applying en masse using some visa loopholes.

    The Chesapeake is a natural wonder of the world

    Yes, it is. Funny story is that my mom hate, hate, hated the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel at Hampton roads so we’d have to do the much longer drive all the way through Richmond, Baltimore and DC to see our relatives in NYC – I grew up in coastal NC.

    [The Bay-Bridge Tunnel is looong, but low in elevation and you have the two tunnels for psychological break. I can see it being unsettling on an overcast windy day. The one that truly terrifies some people is the Bay Bridge from Annapolis to Maryland’s Eastern Shore. — PA]

    A friend of mine is and according to him, the new casinos are targeted for (to revisit the recent thread) moneyed Blacks. He makes a decent living but as he explains it, his normal gambling strategy doesn’t work when every table has a crowd of risk-unaverse brothas dropping hundreds

    Not sure how much poker terminology you know, but when playing against overly-aggressive players who don’t fold as much as they should (and black males are known for overplaying the strength of their hand) you have to be much more patient in general, but then super aggressive pre-flop when you finally do get a great starting hand and decide to join the action. It just takes lots of patience but poker is always easiest against players with predictable styles. Also, overly aggressive brothers never shut up so if you just sit there for a minute in a deep think they will keep talking, get impatient and possibly give you insight into what cards they have. Asians are also known for a very “speculative” style of poker play, generally speaking, Casinos are the one place where Asians don’t seem so great at math, but numbers are a mystical experience to some of them.

    [Asians are said to be non-religious but they do have that numerology superstition thing. And they seem to be especially vulnerable to gambling addictions. Funny story: when I was in Korea, the shuttle bus driver who serviced our base (an older Korean contractor) would catch our ire because you couldn’t tear him away from the slots machine in the rec building even past his bus’s scheduled departure time.]

  25. Asians are said to be non-religious but they do have that numerology superstition thing. And they seem to be especially vulnerable to gambling addictions.

    Not that long ago at a baccarat table (the #1 Asian game) I had a youngish Chinese lady sit down next to me with a starting stack of around $7,000. (I had about $1500 on the table) She proceeds to run that up to nearly $70K by winning maybe 10-12 big hands in a row, with a small crowd gathering and cheering her on loudly.

    Then, everyone around starts screaming at her to quit once her winning streak ended (she still had $50K+) with even the dealer looking at her and asking if she’d like to take a few hands off. But no, of course she keeps going and loses it all including the $7k she brought with her.

  26. “Not sure how much poker terminology you know, but when playing against overly-aggressive players who don’t fold as much as they should (and black males are known for overplaying the strength of their hand) you have to be much more patient in general…..Also, overly aggressive brothers never shut up so if you just sit there for a minute in a deep think they will keep talking, get impatient and possibly give you insight into what cards they have. Asians are also known for a very “speculative” style of poker play, generally speaking,….”

    Hey, we got a ‘race-realist Kenny Rogers” here at the blog! lol!!

  27. The proper intervention would be to issue the ticket, but with the option to discharge the fine by appearing in court with proof of purchase of a car seat. This achieves the double effect of enforcing the law and holding the father accountable for rearing his own child. . . . a value that is conspicuously absent in low class black communities and is becoming increasingly commonplace in the white population as well. I know the demographic quite well. all the child rearing expenditures come through the mother via a patchwork of welfare benefits. The men are mostly layabouts who drift from one section 8 unit to another, which are headed up by their various baby mommas they split their time with. The ones that do work spend their money Air Jordans and $600 rims. To ask him to pay for a car seat is like telling him to cut down on his weed budget… aint gonna happen.

  28. This has got me thinking about how profoundly dysgenic our welfare system is. Ideally, welfare should be a temporary safety net, should have a stigma attached to it, and have strong incentives in place to exit the system. Instead it has become an addictive lifestyle that is passed down through generations of sprawling informal extended families that have no clear patriarch. It furthermore drains resources from productive whites who could use the money for stable family formation, in terms of direct wealth transfer via taxation, as well as externalities such as inflated housing prices in good (aka white) school districts away from the ghetto.

    My ideal system would disincentivize reproductive incontinence (hat tip to PA for that one) of the underclass by making the recipients agree to birth control. If you sign up for welfare, and you have a kid, you have demonstrated that you are not capable of taking care of your own children and are relying on the generosity of your fellow citizens to do that job for you. To have another kid while on the dole is a slap in the face to responsible tax payers and should NOT be tolerated. Therefore, receiving benefits is contingent upon receiving a long term contraceptive such as a depo-provera or implanon. If hormonal contraceptives are contraindicated, the recipient can elect to have an IUD placed, or undergo a surgical intervention such as tubal ligation or ablation. This of course raises a host of bioethical challenges, not the least of which is the lack of parity in birth control options between the sexes. The only failsafe option for men is a vasectomy which are not usually reversible.

    But this would never happen in our current system for other reasons anyway… simply because welfare is not a safety net in our country, it is a way to bribe the underclass into a.) not rioting and b.) voting democrat

  29. The mid Atlantic region has a lot of positives. The main negatives are that it is too crowded and summers are too hot and humid. The Jersey shore has many nice beach towns, it just tends to be expensive. A lot of people around here rent at the Outer Banks. The ocean generally is cold, but I still swim.

  30. — it is a way to bribe the underclass

    And then there is the entire “follow the money” trail of agribusiness/retail industries lobbying for increased EBT benefits, similar to how you recently described the dirty developer/county process with low income housing.

    — The Jersey shore has many nice beach towns

    The trick with the Jersey Shore is to hit the right town to avoid the “mud wave” you see much less of at MD and DE ocean beaches. One comedian (Luis CK?) had a long story (on O&A?) about how he took a family trip to one of the Jersey Shore resorts, not knowing that it’s gang week. The place was flooded by Puerto Ricans and the police were on the verge of exhaustion. Plan ahead and be ready to bail to another town if necessary, and they are one after another along the coast. I’ve had very good experience in Asbury Park and Sea Isle City (no boardwalk in that second one).

  31. “Then, everyone around starts screaming at her to quit once her winning streak ended (she still had $50K+) with even the dealer looking at her and asking if she’d like to take a few hands off. But no, of course she keeps going and loses it all including the $7k she brought with her.”

    Makes perfect sense if you look at it from her perspective. The point is not to accumulate smack. It’s to shoot up until the smack is gone.

    [good point — PA]

  32. Philadelphia is a very black city. You probably are referring to the largely black workforce at the airport. I’ve never had any problems flying in and out of Philadephia. It’s well run.

  33. Diversity demoralizes because absent commonly agreed-upon norms, the public space favors the lowest common denominator in civic behavior.

    I’m wondering if you are familiar with the city of Hamtramck. It is a small historically Polish ethnic town literally encircled by the city of Detroit. It used to be an island of white civilization floating amidst the 140 sq mile black slum, but is now recently famous for becoming the first majority Muslim city in America in 2013. http://ow.ly/4n2bjQ This past November, the city elected the first majority Muslim city council. Walk around the city today you will see a perfect case study for Putnam’s Bowling Alone. These days and you no longer experience a sense of safety and familiarity that comes with being among your own people, people that instinctively have your back. It has been replaced by an alienating vista of drab mosques, wraithlike burqa clad women strolling down the street carrying dollar store grocery bags, Polish delis replaced by grubby halal kebab shops… The chilling muslim call to prayer can’t compete with the pleasant clang of church bells on sunday. It is a sonic reminder that you are not in your own country anymore (but please pay your taxes white man).

    It leads me to ask, whose idea was it to let all these people in? I’m sure to the NYC chattering class, this is all very charming diversity and we are all just a bunch of xenophobic bigots for not accepting this bullshit they are shoving down our throats, while they themselves cordon themselves off from the chaos of their own policies.

  34. I’m damn near convinced that the author of the above quote lives in the absolutely least hospitable part of the country in terms of his above claim; D.C. is an exception in that you get a damn-near ANTI-correlation of income-to-class twinning there

    Could you explain this more? I’ve only been to DC a couple times and it was just to do the usual touristy stuff, so I have no idea what it’s like to live there and what you mean by that Anti-correlation you are referring to.

  35. Thwack, you gave away a Squier Strat but got pinched for a vintage ES 330 Gibson? Ouch! You definitely came out the loser in that particular gain-vs-lost sum –nikcrit
    ——————————-

    Nikcrit, you do realize you are not your khakis?
    “bitches come, and bitches go; thats why I bus my nut and I be out tha fukcin doe”
    Stop thinking like a white man. What I gained was the experience. The appreciation, the understanding; the KNOWLEDGE that only comes from playing such a guitar… I still have that and I still use it. I fucked her brains out everyday for over two years.

    Now she’s probably part of some rich white mans “collection”; no longer an “axe” but an “investment”; locked in a case, shoved under a bed and never played. I had the option to do the same? Being surrounded by ni66ers I knew there was a high probability of her being stolen…
    That guitar was a gift from a friend who’s father bought it new in 66 (at Chuck Levins music), I never really owned it because the only way to own a guitar like that is to not play it.
    Or, as Richard Pryor used to say: “in this world theres only two pieces of pussy that count; your last and your next.”
    BTW– the 330 is a very different guitar than the 335. It was never very popular and when the 335 came out, you couldn’t give the 330 away. The only people who continued to play them were the people who bought them before the 335 came out (Grant Green, George Harrison…) The 335 is a fat bitch with a skinny sound. The 330 is a skinny bitch with a fat sound; all tits and ass.
    If you want to know what it really sounded like, listen to the Beatles song “Dr. Robert”

    Now, here is the rest of the story about Pee G county PA ain’t telling you about. In the late 60s early 70s you had an expanding number of black civil servants who did everything correct. They went to college, got their degrees, joined the federal government, got married, had children, navigated thru and around racism using codified strategies and tactics….
    Now they have all this “success” but no place to move to because of racism. Thats when the elite white people had a meeting and decided Prince Georges County was going to be the place for them to move to. There were big problems at first because the elite whites didn’t clear this with the sleepy, provincial white Pee G county power structure.

    PG county was “kuntry” and to a certain extent, still is today. A black person wearing a cowboy hat is not out of place…
    “Racial tensions” fell because the black influx flooded the county with what was essentially federal government money; which ultimately ended up in the pockets of white people in Pee G county who provided the goods and services to the black government workers. These white people then used this money to move away from blax. One black guy told me he was the only black kid in his 3rd grade class and that by the end of 7th grade his elementary school was all black.

    The key to remember about race is the power dynamic is ALWAYS “white over nonwhite”; they CAN practice it without us but we CAN’T practice it without them. Black people didn’t move to PEE-G county, they got “moved” there because at the time restrictive covenants were still in place and thus successful black people were forced to live in close proximity to ghetto blacks. PEEGEE county was suburban, which meant you needed a car to live there. A car means a drivers license and a license plate; two connections to the state that helps filter out criminal ni66ers.

    Pee-G county was a great place in the beginning because a moderately successful young black couple, say a fed gov employee and a school teacher, could get a McMansion, have a new Range Rover and BMW parked out front, live the “American Dream” and be well on their way to becoming “Homo-Americanus”; consuming mass quantities, going on vacations, basically becoming fat and happy like white people.

    But thats all changed now because to maintain the growth everybody got rich on, they need to bring in more and more people and now those people are poor. Just as some black people warned, Pee-G county is becoming a dumping ground for “section 8” welfare moms “wif day kee-uuds.” As Pee-G county became darker, DC became lighter and now the black people who grew up there can’t afford to live there.

    One old black man told me hew grew up in Foggy Bottom and that its was one area of DC blax were allowed to live. If you drive around the white areas of DC on a Sunday and you see a bunch of old black people entering or leaving a church; its because thats where black people used to be forced to live. As Dave Chappelle pointed out, there are no poor/working class white people in DC; they were driven out in 1968 by the riots. Rock Creek Park became the dividing line and still pretty much is today.

    Its important to remember everyone is in on this racial “game” because in a debt based economy its grow or die. This has caused the racism to become systemic and stripped of agency as all the people, both black and white become victims of and servants to compound interest. The Washington DC metropolitan area is a unique, dynamic VIBRANT experiment and thats why PA stays there instead of moving to bumfukc flyover country to overdose on white people.

    The very vibrancy and diversity he claims to despise is the exact thing that keeps him there because the smartest and most dynamic white people are the ones who know how to interact (manage) with nonwhite people.

    Look around?
    With the exception of Germany, the smartest, wealthiest European countries are the ones that colonized (plundered) nonwhite people. Belgium is a shithole, but you wouldn’t know it from all the old monuments, infrastructure and exquisite architecture– King Leopold inyoface ni66a!
    *sigh*
    To sum up; white nationalism is a contradiction, covered in paradox, rapped in hypocrisy.
    Same as it ever was.
    =======================
    MGE |
    “Could you explain this more? I’ve only been to DC a couple times and it was just to do the usual touristy stuff, so I have no idea what it’s like to live there and what you mean by that Anti-correlation you are referring to.”

    What he probably means is the same thing Dave Chappelle said he noticed about DC; there are no poor white people.

    BTW- I would be remiss if I didn’t give a shout out to Thordaddy for never taking the bait on these staged “events.” PA; you and CH grab these “productions” and run with them as if they were organic? THEY ARE NOT! A small group of white people sat around a table eating Chinese food and came up with that cuckle doody dandy crap;Why do you guys fall for these banana in the tailpipe routines?

    Shout out to Lara for also kinda seeing it for what it was. You guys ridicule Thordaddy for his existential spergdom; but he knows more than you think? I too have some difficulty decoding what he is saying; but by using some of his words and definitions, I think Im starting to get it. In addition you guys reaction to him (or lack of?) leads me to suspect you duckin him the same way you duckin Professor Andrew Fraser; and possibly for the same reason?

    Do they both break your concentration?

    Think about what professor Fraser had to go through to end up were he is now?

    He got forced out of his job, scorned and ridiculed by his peers, family and friends… removed or denied membership in accredited profession and fraternal organizations, plus he probably received hate mail and death threats…

    in other words, “a high tech lynching of an uppity white man”

    And you clowns just let him twist in the wind all by his lonesome?

    (((shakin my head)))

    With friends like you guys, who needs ni66ers?

  36. You probably are referring to the largely black workforce at the airport. I’ve never had any problems flying in and out of Philadephia. It’s well run.

    Nah, I was just being sort of vaguely sarcastic in the spirit that I don’t much like the east-coast cities (tho i know Philly isn’t on the coast) besides NY. And it’s not ‘how black’ it is; i like chicago v.much and that is a black city, lol! I don’t even much enjoy Boston; the higher population density and traffic hassles really get to me; I also eventually turned pretty anti-L.A.,…. Don’t take my east-coast/west-coast griping seriously; i’m just a provincial Midwestern boy at heart…

  37. Lol… Thwack!!!

    There is “white supremacy” and there is genuine white Supremacy.

    But ALL are anti-wS.

    And wn IS A CLAIM… Not a narrative in need of relentless creative intervention.

    Then there is a protocol of the healthy-minded white man… A cultivated desire towards regenerate perpetuation (contra mass “white” annihilation).

    For those who believe in God-ordained free will, must they be righteously assessed. For those that reject “it,” they get nothing.

    What is now clear is your subtly held conception of objective Supremacy… It is CLEAR that you conceptualize Perfection and thus naturally “need-to-know” whether empirical Perfection does indeed exist?

    What must now be explained is your “educated” aversion for genuine wS AND your unWILLingness to “see” your concept of “white supremacy” simply IS NOT all-pervasive… Not to envelope the scope of your playing field… Only ultimately serving *you* as a memetic mechanism to maximize your autonomy.

  38. It’s no secret why “white” males HATE, HATE, HATE wS…

    That’s “white MAN’s burden!”

  39. Thwack,

    I would’ve guessed Dr. Robert and other ‘Revolver’ tracks featured Gibson 330s or 335s, but i guess it was the Epiphone Casinos Harrison and Lennon were using, the Kalamazoo-made subsidiary to those two aforementioned Gibsons. I was always mainly a Fender man, but i love the bluesy full sound of those Gibson semi-hollow bodies; even the Epiphones do a good job maintaining the quality, at least the Kalamazoo-made ones; for non-collectors, it’s probably a wiser investment, as if you wanted those older models, there’s a several-k difference in price between the two….

    Though I can’t discern the exact vintage, or even if its a 330 or a 335; this King vid to me nicely exemplifies that guitar’s merits—- that sweet and piercing yet full-bottomed sound. btw, this was one of king’s best live performances before he became primarily a nostalgic touring-draw wisp of his younger self. Great horn parts, too!

  40. “Could you explain this more? “

    Just that in D.C. you can’t as easily ‘buy’ your way out of urban squalor, because the patterns of federal and state employment are based more in ethnodemographics than academic and vocational experience and merit; i.e., I think i read that there are the most non-college graduates making over 100k in the country residing in the D.C. area.; i believe it’s Alexandria that, even beyond race, was found to be among the wealthiest areas in the country per-resident, with the corroborating rhetoric showing that coziness with the US congress had much to do with that fact…… talk to our blog host on this matter; i’m sure he can provide more comprehensive stats and anecdotes, lol!

  41. Vox Day believes “we” are somewhere in between an aristocracy and an oligarchy. In fact, “we” are “under” a “default elite” which NATURALLY manifests through the creation of a mass of self-annihilators. The implications of this “arrangement” are seemingly unprecedented. An “elite” that is “elite” by the very fact is does nothing TRULY elite (and does not STRIKE any healthy-minded man as truly elite). ALL its “rivals” simply cut their own throats sooner or later in some torturous display of their most radical “freedoms.”

  42. the smartest and most dynamic white people are the ones who know how to interact (manage) with nonwhite people.

    Look around?
    With the exception of Germany, the smartest, wealthiest European countries are the ones that colonized (plundered) nonwhite people.

    In the case of the United States, White people took the living space for themselves. The original inhabitants, the Indians, were not colonized, though it might be said they were plundered.

    It is an interesting assertion: “the smartest and most dynamic … ”

    But yes or no what is the point? History is a struggle among peoples for living space resources and dominance.

    The implication of this assertion is that Whites are (at least somewhat partially) defined in with and by their assertive and dominant relation to other peoples; and that therefore a WN premised on separation is a contradiction.

    I would say that that is a fair premise and conclusion, and one that requires a reconciliation.

  43. To clarify my point which was in inference to thwack’s post.

    The suggestion (the premise) was that White people are most white when they are out colonizing and plundering and kicking ass; and so a WN or any platform of white advocacy and identity based upon separation, is a contradiction.

    That seems a formidable point.

  44. Quite simply, that point is correct, and there will be no thinking around it.

    Someone might want to say that white people are their best when they are left to themselves, and that is true too, but ultimately there is no escape from what made us.

    The big coming conflict for dominance won’t be allayed by pacifism. I don’t know what the future is, but isn’t it likely that the races will have to fight it out? isn’t that the nature of this planetary system?

    The races have been fighting it out forever and what’s gonna be different tomorrow?

  45. Gotta say, I feel both bad for and respect for Nikcit. I know the current post hit a nerve because he’s reacted similarly earlier when I got frank with that subject in fiction form. I say “feel bad and respect” because he gets it from both sides: from the pro-Whites and from the self-styled realzzz bruvvvas like Junior Wild Ride upthread. Yet he’s stayin’ classy.

    Nikcrit: to revisit the Prince theme, I’ve said in the past at CH that “Purple Rain” has one of rock’s best outros, but besides Prince’s well-known hits, I’ve never been too familiar with his music or thought much about it, in part because I don’t know anything about music. Today though, I discovered this video of Prince playing with other legends at a George Harrison tribute. In the latter half of the performance he makes magic with his guitar:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SFNW5F8K9Y&app=desktop .

  46. Now how is that for pretentious poppycock.

    You want to make a million bux kid?

    Just put it into a three minute popsong and sell it on the internet! yeah baby yeah baby go kid go you can do it too.

  47. Elk: important reckoning. NAWhALT? Does an English shire or a Slavic parish need to plunder anything? Peaceful rhythms of life and awe in the cathedral seems to have done them well — and from time to time an uprising. Seems like there is a merchant class that enlists the warrior class in its service.

  48. I have always thought that separation was a good platform for white advocacy, but it may be more of a ‘friendly selling point’ and a false front.

    These race conflicts play out on a larger level than even history. So on the one hand it – questions of race and race destiny – is by its very nature a “pretentious” topic; but on the other hand such topic works for the jews.

    Really though race destiny; lurks in the background all the time and always. And we have been made to shy away from it.

    In the early part of the 20th century it was still cool to talk about it even at the best cocktail parties: Tom in The Great Gatsby for instance: he would have read The Passing of the Great Race which was a bestseller.

    But it hasn’t worked out. Did the jews fuck us up or what?

  49. “Gotta say, I feel both bad for and respect for Nikcit. I know the current post hit a nerve because he’s reacted similarly earlier when I got frank with that subject in fiction form. I say “feel bad and respect” because he gets it from both sides: from the pro-Whites and from the self-styled realzzz bruvvvas like Junior Wild Ride upthread. Yet he’s stayin’ classy.”

    Well, thank you; I appreciate the empathy. But in truth I don’t feel particularly targeted by ‘either side.’ I sometimes feel a bit bewildered by the polarity because without piety or pride I don’t view social relations that way. I also feel I sort-of socially AND physically transcend such divides much of the time. For the most part, I think of black Americans as ‘mixed’ physically with most of the further-distinguishing detail evident in speech, dialect and other verbal patterns and distinctions. For instance, I think of my friction here so far with Thwack as more generational, an older-vs-younger thing, than it is a black-vs-halfrican thing; rightly or wrongly, I assume weekly nine-to-five has me interacting with more ‘urban black’ people than would rep my back-n-forth with him.

    I fear I sometimes come off as arrogant, because it’s simply very hard for me to take such divides and confrontation seriously; to me, his confrontational style, where every observation or conversational insight is a battle to be won or lost is just silly; I’m not interested in the supposed prize that is at stake in such confrontations, so I can’t really get into the spirit of the occasion in the way he seems to want me to or that he simply assumes is fact.

    Conversely, across the racial aisle, I think your hypothetical vignette is a bit petty in the conceit of burning the ‘mudshark;’ the literary question here IMO is: Is he really the source of your angst?:I would think the motivated actings-out of your figurative girl and her ‘going black’ would be of more concern to you than the ‘mud’ who took the bait.

    And I wonder if the alt-righters who take heart in such a story and its symbolism have any idea how it perhaps serves as a window to white male anxiety and obsession? That may not be a prevailing interpretation but it’s certainly prominent. I’d be curious to get Lara’s opinion on what a fictional story like “The Coward and the Mudshark” symbolize and reveals (or not).

    I realize it comes off detached and ‘above the fray,’ as I’ve noted before. But I sometimes feel like I’m the only one noticing something very obvious and rather embarrassing when such stories are indulged at blogs like CH and, more rarely, places like here.

  50. RE: Prince and the ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps” vid: I came across that the other night; I’ve seen it before. I’m not too into that song, nor “Purple Rain” and I think of Prince as a good but not great or transcending guitarist.

    I’m more into jazz, classical and ‘new music’ hybrids and sound forums; i’m into pop in the form of new or innovative renditions of long-standing and familiar pop-classic canon; I also check out a lot of tutorials, as learning and playing songs that captivated me in my 20s and 30s is also something I’m interested in; I’m not an actively collaborating musician, i.e. not currently in a group that routinely rehearses. But I am more than a ‘youtube amateur,’ having played and performed for 35 years.

    RE. the current kind of music i take note of: here’s a perfect example, a ‘serial’ rendition of the Beatles’ song, Martha My Dear, by the jazz pianist Brad Mehldau, who’s also a good example of the kind of musicians i keep up with at this late date:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xacKlTxQ2R8 .

    Not everyone’s cup of tea, I realize —– but that’s about where I’m at these days.

  51. LOL, Fareed Zakaria:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/08/opinions/why-they-hate-us-zakaria/index.html

    But here’s another way to think about this. In America, African-Americans make up about 13% of the population, yet they comprise about 50% of homicide offenders, according to a Justice Department study. Now we understand — I hope we understand — that when we see a black man on the street, we cannot and must not treat him as a likely criminal. It would be dehumanizing, unfair and racist. In America, of all places, people should be treated as individuals and not as stereotypes from a racial, ethnic or religious group. And remember, the Bangladeshi cabdriver who drives you to the airport has nothing, nothing to do with ISIS, even though he is also a Muslim.

    [I am thankful for how insipid our enemy’s propagandizers are. Zakaria looks like a cabana boy who marries an old woman for a green card and then turns out to be a bisexual — PA

    PS: “It would be dehumanizing, unfair and racist.” Long riposte: appeals to values only work in an environment of cultural consensus, ergo diversity nullifies the effectiveness of appeals to its putative values. Short riposte: we don’t care.

    PSPS: most people don’t avoid Blacks because they’re dangerous, but because so many of them are loud and unpleasant, plus because the weaponization / politicization of the Black makes it awkward to interact. The Derb gave an example of tourists in NYC avoiding African-American pedicab drivers for that reason of discomfort of having a Black service them.]

  52. OT: the world’s deadliest profession takes another life:

    http://www.ajc.com/news/news/crime-law/clear-footage-shows-men-wanted-in-atlanta-studio-s/nrBkZ/

    Police are still searching for the people responsible for the April 21 shooting, which also left 28-year-old aspiring rapper Jerome Blake dead.

    Police don’t believe this shooting is related to Atlanta rapper Bankroll Fresh’s killing. The rapper, whose real name is Trentavious White, was killed in an Atlanta recording studio in March.

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