Gameday

One of the striking things for an American visitor to a former Soviet Bloc country, such as Hungary, is how attractive that country’s public space is. It appeals to us because it is culturally, ethnically, and racially coherent. It’s theirs, and there is no place like it because there is no other Hungary. In Budapest, carefree crowds of young Magyars enjoy each others’ company on a Saturday night. Their peace has been secured with the blood of patriots who stood up to Soviet tanks in 1956, and now with Viktor Orbán’s defiance of another enterprise that imagines all of mankind leveled into one bestial mass.

Americans today are at the epicenter of Christendom’s showdown with that same evil. The allegations of occultist pedo trafficking are a tip of the iceberg concerning the behavior of the transnational elite that seeks to install Hillary Clinton as President. More so, I will say this — I believe that the members of this ruling class have been getting away with crimes so horrifyingly depraved that when exposed, these revelations will shock the civilized world into closing the door on the Age of Enlightenment as a spent creed whose universalist mutation had pushed us to the edge of the abyss. Faith and reason will once again be reconciled; for the best, as leaning on one without the other is hubris.

The war for the sovereignty of Western nations is on. Hungarians are guarding their home and we are taking ours back. Win or lose today, the work before us is monumental. It is also joyful; we’ve been at it for years as partisans of the Alt-Right, unpaid and at risk to our livelihoods, and I defy any of you to say that you haven’t loved every minute of it.

We are the positive force against our enemy’s nihilism. Their abnegation of humanity itself, like every manifestation of demonic darkness, always looks boundless until pierced with the first ray of sunlight.

I’m on my way to the polling place to vote for Trump.

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136 thoughts on “Gameday

  1. I checked the box for Trump. Then I double checked before I pressed the red button. Then I pressed the red button with a “motherfuckers” under my breath.

    Fuck you to the media, fuck you to my college professors, fuck you to the bushs, the Clintons, fuck you to all of yous.

    Yeah it felt good.

  2. The allegations of occultist pedophilia trafficking are a tip of the iceberg, concerning the behavior of the transnational elite that seeks to install Hillary Clinton as President.

    Well all of that promised Bill Clinton video evidence hasn’t been released yet after many hints and allegations from Kimdotcom, anonymous and 4chan.

  3. Sailer is covering this, but there was police shooting of an armed man in Chicago, but it features a counter-protest against BLM:

  4. Not much hope in my New York State vote, but I did it just the same. My white LI neighb saw lots of old white people voting, and some middle aged white people. I didn’t see any Julio’s or Juanita’s, but then they would be going to a different polling place (there’s a huuuuggeeee contingent of them only a few miles away).

    It all comes down to today. I don’t want to spend too much time reading the Tea Leaves. It really comes down to whether this campaign season, along with the rancid 24×7 white-hate, was enough to wake up white America from it’s suicidal slumber.

    Dick Morris reports that high school educated whites are shifting in droves to Trump in the past couple of weeks. Are there enough of them to carry the day?

    Well, if ghastly Hillary pulls it off, then maybe we do finally get the Civil War, secession, a military takeover, or other good things like that as her criminality grows and grows.

    If Trump wins, who knows what the future brings! But it will be the best hope we’ve had in a very, very long time.

    God Bless Mr. Trump.

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  6. “Well all of that promised Bill Clinton video evidence hasn’t been released yet after many hints and allegations from Kimdotcom, anonymous and 4chan.”

    Hmmm. Usually at Alt-right sites, after an assessment such as the one above, someone invariably cites “Occam’s Razor.”

    But not this time?

  7. LOL, sure man. Seemed pretty far fetched at the time and still does.

    But while we’re talking logic and mathematics and stuff don’t forget the reflexive property, it’s HA=HA in your case.

  8. Dick Morris reports that high school educated whites are shifting in droves to Trump in the past couple of weeks. Are there enough of them to carry the day?

    Isn’t Dick Morris the once-liberal pundit who went on TV on the eve of the election and predicted a landslide for Romney?

  9. “Isn’t Dick Morris the once-liberal pundit who went on TV on the eve of the election and predicted a landslide for Romney?”

    Yeah, Morris ain’t nothing, but he was reporting on Fox News polling data, so that’s a thing.

  10. The success of Trump hinges upon how many non-traditional voters go out there.

    There must be literally millions of closet alt-righters who have never bothered to vote, when faced with choice of a wimpy Bush Senior or a lame Dole. For ONCE, the right has a standardbearer who roars like a lion and seeks power with unerring instincts.

    I would be very surprised if Trump doesn’t pull it out of the fire and take the presidency. Everything from liberal fatigue — the public’s weariness with left-wing projects like electing the first black president — to economic suffering — the loss of jobs — aligns in favor of Trump.

    We’ll see how he does. I think he’ll win.

  11. Once a white man converts to white Supremacy, no presidential election can ever change his course. Individually, the election of Trump or Clinton changes nothing for those white men striving towards Supremacy. Collectively, it is a mixed bag due the “nature” of a radically autonomous society. Clinton will push for more white self-annihilation… And Trump is rather indifferent on the issue. So what’s the predicted reaction?

    BOTH seem intent on retaining this irreparably degenerate “union” which will not bring to heel the war on white man from the hordes of sexual degenerates (homodykes, abortionists, assimilationists, pedophiles, etc).

    Sustained separation is the way of true healing as far as the white race goes.

  12. Trump is more Johnny Appleseed than George Washington.

    He’s dropped the underpinnings of a new consciousness, any core Americans listening should start to now realize that this is no longer their country and build on the framework he’s suggested.

    That video of Obama kissing the reporters’ ass about illegal aliens voting is absolutely insane.

  13. I voted for Trump this morning.

    As to skepticism about pedo-trafficking and such: tip of the iceberg, guys. The circumstantial evidence from Wikileaks piles up. Vox Day keeps track of some of those things on his blog with a critical but non-dismissive eye. But let’s just look at acknowledged outrages involving harm to kids: the entire state-engineered invasion of Western Europe by the planet’s vermin and the outrages not only committed, but abetted by their governments! Do I need to link again to the story of a child rapist in Austria being acquitted “because it was a misunderstanding?” Whatever the hell you think about the Gotthard tunnel opening ceremony, allegations of Hillary trafficking Haitian minors, Podesta’s wierdness and eerie resemblance to a kidnapping suspect’s facial sketch, a creepy pizza place in DC, we’re dealing with a degenerate ruling class that needs to go, and after they go, our civilization’s fundamental philosophical assumptions will be reevaluated.

  14. Related to all this, as we’re talking about an openly hostile elite and their servants in the media: there was a feature run somewhere, with a photo of a Somalian male (with a white dog, natch — nothing in commercial photography is by accident) and the headline “Why the future face of the Midwest looks like this immigrant.” It’s gotta be the Heartland; not even some traditional northeastern immigrant city, but the very hearts and guts of White America. If you ask the people who push this “please explain why you shouldn’t be gassed,” what can they say? The larger point: as Camlost pointed out, the anti-White coalition had tipped their hand under Obama’s second term, jumping the gun on a touchdown dance. What they had set up, is a Midwest whose future includes a thorough deportation of everyone who was shipped there as a pawn in the enemy’s attempt at genocide.

    LINK to that article

  15. Article on the rayyyycist North Atlanta suburb of Forsyth county. If anyone here is old enough to remember Oprah’s much ballyhooed televised 1990 visit to an Atlanta area where she decried the “Klan” – well, this is the place: (pop – 212,000, med income $86,000 and 5% Black, 76% White, 10% Hispanic, 9% Asian)

    Indians are moving here in huge numbers, despite the raayyyycism, strangely enough.

    [Yeah… they’re gonna have to go back too — PA]

    http://www.myajc.com/news/news/local/forsyth-county-the-national-divide-in-a-nutshell/ns4tS/

    Don’t read the fine print, though:

    The school system is one of the best in the state, with a 93 percent graduation rate versus the 79 percent state average. Ninety-two percent of Forsyth’s black students graduate, the highest rate in any county in metro Atlanta

  16. I’ve read here and other places that this might be the last election we get to vote in. I sure hope not, but i can see how it could happen, especially if She is elected. I have been praying lately that our country find the wisdom and courage to do the right thing, to see that we need to turn our hearts away from evil, and to make the correct choice for our nation. I truly believe in my heart that this election is a turning point for our nation, and in a good way. Trump will win (by a larger margin than expected), and we will begin to heal our land.

    If he doesn’t, I’ll be praying for mercy on our souls as a nation, for we will have failed.

  17. Camlost: I didn’t expect that. So it’s a biracial airhead’s erotic fantasy.

    Mike: my thoughts exactly, and I also think Trump will win. We’ll know soon. Further, should she win, there will be an intractable crisis of legitimacy. The country is too split for any other posture. Not after Obama, the alt-Right, Merkel, Brexit, etc. Eight years ago the Millennials were pozzed, but now the younger generation is based. Trump created a condition of hope, and at a certain point a cost/benefits calculation kicks in with a stay vs go.

  18. “I’ve read here and other places that this might be the last election we get to vote in.”

    PA, SoCal.Mike, et.al,

    Do you really believe that? That voting rights will be rescinded among whites? Really?

    Wow. That is so nutty and kooky and cog-dissy coming from you guys; guys who are otherwise level-headed and sane in their assessments, howver sober and uninvited those thoughts might be.

    I mean, come on: I recall when Obama was first elected, then and shortliy before his second term was determined, you’d see hbd and budding alt-right blog commentariat going on about how ‘ain’t no way Obama and his cabinet are going to voluntarily relinquish their occupancy of the ‘halfrican house’ and were obviously preparing for a coup for permanent residency; they surmised that that even explained why DHS bought up all that ammo a few years back. This alt-right fringe was sure of it and freely let it rip in airing out their paranoid ids.

    But now, with the humdrum reality of just another ritualistic succession of power about to take place, no one’s saying that about Obama; it was kooky drivel then and it’s kooky-ass drivel now. And you know it.

    Now, if you’ll excuse me, I got to pickup a few things to make my impending bunker stay more comfortable —– off to the Farm-and-Fleet surplus store I go!

  19. I’m thinking, perhaps a bit condescendingly, that some of these dramatic political crises scenarios make sense to oru blog host, as he and some other regulars lived in lands in which during their own time social and political revolutions took place —– replete with formal changes of government.

    But for those raised and tempered in America, the mood is too familiar, ominous or not, to make impending revolution feel feasible.

    I think it’s a white man’s clubhouse thing; a way to feel warm and bonded and adventurous; the supposed imminent threat allows them to feel as close comrade in arms without it seeming homoerotic or merely too gushy for regular alpha-ascending males; i imgine forest-held paintball competitions and Civil War Re-enactment camps and other such politically charged adult playground antics provide a similar purpose and release to middle-class white males in this country.

  20. “I’ve read here and other places that this might be the last election we get to vote in.”

    PA, SoCal.Mike, et.al,

    Do you really believe that? That voting rights will be rescinded among whites? Really?

    Knock knock nikcrit — you do know that there is no Central Planning Commission for the alt-right, do you not?

    Consider not interpreting the statement literally.

    The Electorate is less and less white every day. If White Americans don’t win this election, when will they ever?

  21. I think it’s a white man’s clubhouse thing; a way to feel warm and bonded and adventurous; the supposed imminent threat allows them to feel as close comrade in arms without it seeming homoerotic or merely too gushy for regular alpha-ascending males;

    Yeah and you are the token ________.

  22. This election changed me forever regarding the JQ. Having live in NYC 15 years making $$, having been a one-time Straussian, having worked at Deutsche Bank, I have always known about them but managed it personally. Prior to this, I could read Kevin MacDonald at night and trade with them by day. But the onslaught of #NeverTrump neocons floored even me. I cannot believe the children of the famed “liberation” of the camps would behave like this openly toward the children of the soldiers who did the fucking “liberating.” It actually worries me a little the way I feel now; makes me think of past historical events differently. It has been very disturbing.

  23. elk ” Consider not interpreting the statement literally.”

    I took it literally because i think its intent was literal. That and historical context with budding alt-right blog commentary solidified that opinion.

    “Yeah and you are the token ________.”

    Sorta like Sammy D opening for Deanr and Frank at the Deserts Sands, circa 1960?

    The Rat Pack, to a man, voted D straight down the line, bay-bee!

  24. “The Rat Pack, to a man, voted D straight down the line, bay-bee!”

    Well, perhaps because in those days the D’s were the party of the working white man and segregation. Just sayin’.

  25. Looks like the promised Hispanic electoral tidal wave still hasn’t arrived, despite the MSM’s desperate attempts to conjure it up out of thin air.

  26. Including unofficial projections, a solid lead over Romney’s performance. Even Trickin’s and Elk’s states leaning Red! For Minnesota, going Red would be a first since 1972.

    Addendum: those unofficial projections go back and forth.

  27. “Addendum: those unofficial projections go back and forth.”

    Yeah, it’s maddening watching the states shift back and forth. New Hampshire has changed so many times I can’t keep count. Right now, Wisconsin cucks and Colorado invaders from California look to be pushing those states to Clinton, but time will tell.

    In any case, the line of states from North Dakota south to Texas, and east to the Carolinas seriously have to consider secession if Hillary wins. That would make a hell of a country.

  28. I’m following the FoxNews/politics web page. It lets you turn off projections and just see the called states. MN and WI have been exchanging colors so much it’s like a strobe light.

  29. Just checking in and things are looking good.

    95% Florida: Trump 49.2 and Clinton 47.7
    55% North Carolina: Trump 49.9 and Clinton 47.5
    50% Ohio: Trump 53 and Clinton 42.6

    Wow!

  30. “Question for Peterike: what in your opinion is the reddest of the New York boroughs, from most to least?”

    Well reddest is clearly Staten Island. Bluest is Manhattan (right now showing 87% for Clinton; an astonishing level of group think!).

    In the middle, without looking I’d say red to blue is Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx. Now lemme go check…

    Current status. Queens 75% Hillary. Brooklyn 79.5% Hillary. Bronx 88% Hillary. So yeah, I got it. Though the Bronx is bluer than Manhattan even.

    Not hard to guess. Queens still has bastions of white blue collar folks, though it’s largely an international borough now. Brooklyn is just Manhattan South. And the Bronx is minority town.

    It’s pretty amazing though how the main city of the nation is something like 85% people with the exact same opinions. No surprise that they control the narrative.

    PS – Staten Island currently 57% Trump.

  31. It’s a strange world in the way of perceptions of the two parties. Twenty to thirty years ago, if you were a thinking-man’s leave-me-alone granola type — maybe someone who liked his VT small town just the way it is — you were wary of Reagan and his party’s hyped-up hyper-economic promises. Carteresque stasis reassured you that things will remain undisturbed, with economic doldrums more a feature than a bug if the alternate meant hyper-development. I can relate to that. “Free market” and “deregulation” are scary words, if you want to preserve the things that an economist sees as standing in the way of the GDP.

    But that same Vermont resident who just voted for Hillary is surely aware of the Democratic party’s mania for bringing in African and muslim asylees by the planeloads to towns just like his, and amnestying spics. Does he think that Trump can beat that?

  32. Gap closing in PA. Why have some of the states, like Maine, seemingly stopped reporting updates? Are the Dems waiting to see how bad things are so they can gauge the level of fraud needed?

  33. One thing is becoming clear: this is a showdown between the globalists and racist Whites (with libs and cucks playing the useful idiot role on the globalist side). Each side understands that it’s in an existential do-or-die. The globalists will endeavor to bury Whites under an immigration mudslide, and racist Whites will understand that we need to clear the land of post-65 immigration non-Whites; and failing that, take measures to secure sovereignty through secession in one form of another.

  34. Absolutely PA. The globalists have everything on their side: the media, entertainment, schools, the Deep State, social media, organized religion. Literally everything. Yet despite it all, enough people are rising up that we might kick those bastards in the teeth.

  35. I’m shocked: Wisconsin and Minnesota in play near midnight on election night? Never saw it coming.

    It may be a bit premature, but congratulations to your victory; should be very interesting running from here on out.. though something tells me this is going to go on for a few days and maybe ‘then some…’

    One thing that’s standing out right away: i can’t recall a big central Dem globalist status quo ‘event’, i.e., ‘election’ in which all the polls and slanted hype had a candidate up 3 to 7 points for weeks but all-of-the-sudden slipping away on election night.

    should be v.interesting…… is Minn. really still in play?

  36. Wisconsin going to Trump, Minn to Clinton.

    Trump slight lead in NH, Michigan and PA. If he wins PA it’s over, of if he wins combo of Michigan and NH same winning result.

  37. they mad because we figured out we can play identity politics too. Such poor strategists. No organizational abilities. Black people didn’t vote. Lol

  38. As soon as I saw Van Jones I turned the sound off, lol.

    The Dem Party could be in big trouble, the Obama coalition is officially dead and Africanized into small competing factions that can’t get along on anything. It will be especially painful for them to hide the pressure they feel to keep coming up with non-white male candidates to run for high office.

    Like I’ve been saying for 3 months, Obama came too early and the Democrats tipped their hat too early. They didn’t yet have the numbers to go full anti-WM yet.

    When the plot ripens and goes into motion it can no longer be kept secret.

  39. Pennsylvania should be called any moment, i would think.

    PBS said that that state’s trigger for a recount is a margin less than .5%, so hopefully that will avoided.

  40. yeah, re. cam’s dis of the state of democratic national politics; horribly weak candidate: disgusting position on issues (Trump’s planks were actually classic 70s/80s democratic positions) re. trade, immigration and manufacturing were squalid; no charisma in terms of campaigning ability, and couldn’t hold down any of the three big-time swing states, losing Ohio, Florida and her hometown Pennsylvania —- Pennsyl-fucking-vania!!!

    It’s very, very hard for either party to win a third consecutive presidential bid, but HRC greatly helped that quest by being such a flawed candidate, both in terms of her political record and her campaigning limitations.

    She is a colossal failure to herself and her party, vaingloriously putting her egocentric ambition ahead of her party’s vision and profile, by putting her tired, aged and compromised approach ahead of everything else.

    Now she can retire in shame with her crowning legacy of vainglorious sabotage producing historically iconic institutional failure.

    I actually voted today for Feingold in the Senate race, but choose to go a sophomoric high-school comedian route in the prez race, writing a beloved friend of mine who died several years ago in lieu of choosing Trump or Clinton.

    At the very least, the Dems can finally without any reservations now dump the Clintons from their PR legacy cast of past actors.

  41. At the very least, the Dems can finally without any reservations now dump the Clintons from their PR legacy cast of past actors.

    And the Republicans can dump the Bushes, Cheneys, neoCons, Cucks, Romneys, etc. etc.

    They will be cast into outer darkness.

  42. They say that Paul Ryan had the nerve to call Donald Trump 2 hours ago to congratulate him on his big night.

    Glenn Beck had been trying to kiss so much Clinton and Obama ass the past two weeks, hoping to carve a place for himself as another Rod Dreher, maybe. He’s also toast.

  43. HRC greatly helped that quest by being such a flawed candidate, both in terms of her political record and her campaigning limitations.

    yep, one horribly flawed candidate against another… but the reason Trump won in spite of his flaws has so much to do with what Camlost said above.

  44. My SWPL friends are retweeting all of the Van Jones screechery from last night, they are so clueless as to how unpopular someone like him is with the average white voter. They’re really out of touch, it’s hysterical.

  45. And the Republicans can dump the Bushes, Cheneys, neoCons, Cucks, Romneys, etc. etc.”

    Doesn’t Cheney cut the muster in the eyes of paleocons? His military-background-driven war mongering sort-of, by default, puts him beside neocons?

  46. Doesn’t Cheney cut the muster in the eyes of paleocons?

    Too much of an interventionist warmonger. But he did at least show decently warm support for Donald Trump.

  47. There is going to be much liberal comisserating today. It’s how they bond. I’m going to totally ignore it.

  48. Hillary’s situation should show the Democrats the danger in becoming the black party. Bill and Hillary labored for decades in support of Democratic causes and kissed an enormous amount of black backside along the way, then in 2008 blacks casted Shrillary aside like stale bread in favor of an egghead anti-colonialist Kenyan who with no real experience attending public schools or being around regular black people. (and less experience shagging black women than Bill)

    Then Hillary overcame her formerly centrist tendencies to advance the cause of the rapidly liberalizing Dem party for 8 more years under the Kenyan, but last night blacks couldn’t even trouble themselves to show up to the polls for her in decent numbers. Instead, now that they’ve come to the sobering realization that even a hyper-liberal black presidency doesn’t simply culminate in money falling from the sky, their idea of political engagement and progress consists of retweeting dumb memes by Tim Wise or Shaun King or spending their time crying on social media about the latest 7-time felon who gets himself shot by police.

    The Democratic Party doesn’t understand the deal with the devil that they made with blacks, whose laziness and demands for special treatment will be a huge drag going forward.

    Imagine what happens to Democratic candidates in the 2018 off-year elections (when blacks never turn out) as they try to move towards the center and be more traditionally pro-American, but have to fend off endless rhetoric from #BLM and answer questions about “white privilege.”

    The day of the white democratic candidate is nearly over.

  49. And I think that parading Michael Brown’s mother on stage at the convention was a huge mistake that the Democratic Party can’t even see or comprehend, because they’re out of touch and the MSM won’t ask the question in the proper way that will show how average Americans did not appreciate that level of hostility to traditional law and order.

  50. “Hillary’s situation should show the Democrats the danger in becoming the black party”

    I usually don’t pay attention the ‘politics of the photo-ops’ and those type of politicized instances. But I could NOT BELIEVE the way Hillary and other Dems cuddled up with Beyonce, Jay-Z and Kanye/Kardashian; it seemed so cynical and contrived beyond stupid-silly.

    That’s one thing I respect about GOPs; they’re not quite as bad in terms of indulging pop schmoozing ops.

  51. @Cam,
    yeah, that Michael Brown b.s.; I think that’s laughable —- but i think middle-class blacks won’t condemn that out of what amounts to guilt over their relative success.

  52. I always get a nice uptick in page views from Hungary whenever I mention that country in the original post.

    It all really started there: Orban is the first Western head of state to oppose globalism/immigration, and win.

  53. Just as I’ve said for two years about the Obama coalition – it could never work in the real world and the lights and running water couldn’t even stay on for 3 weeks if straight white males disappeared. But what’s most enjoyable is seeing the “coalition” crumble even as a political entity before the Democrats are even out of office.

  54. Ahh, the tears of SJW’s are flowing like a river today! They taste like the finest French wine (remember when France was a country? It might be again). The nationalists are surging across the West, and Trump’s victory was the biggest prize of all. Astonishing. What a truly amazing man who shrugged off blow after blow, with the ENTIRE “system” against him, even those ostensibly on his side.

    Watch the lickspittle Republican cucks come to him now with hat in hand! How many phonies will be saying “oh yeah, I supported him all along!” Trump has to work with them, but I hope he puts them in their place.

    Republicans: “We can haz more warz for Yisroel?”

    Trump: “No. We’re getting out of the Middle East.”

    Republicans: “We can duzz what Geltman Sachs wantz?”

    Trump: “No. We support the working people, not the financiers.”

    Republicans: “We can haz more beaners, cuz natural conservatives?!?!”

    Trump: “Fuuuuccckkkkk no. The wall goes up starting now. And Paul, go get your shine box, my loafers need a touch up.”

  55. Praise be to Kek!

    The satisfaction of seeing the losers’ reaction is already turned to frustrating — they need to be shut up shut down and got rid of. Give them something to really be afraid of.

    In a recent Molyneux vidcast with Milo the Fag, Milo pointed out that EVERYTHING for these liberals, is understood from the perspective of grievance politics. That is the ONLY lens that they have to interpret history and society.

    And Milo is not that great, but he did make that point well. The corollary to that point, is that their perspective in grievance contains within it their own position, which position is, in the lingo of pop-psychology, less-than.

    All those people have inferiority complexes that can not ever be appeased. Appeasing those inferiority complexes somehow contains a recursive contradiction: by appeasing them, the appeasers diminish themselves, and so thereby diminish more those whom they appease: and so on: mutual self-annihilation, as the phrase goes.

    The entire Leftst position is based on there being a substrate of competent White men (and women) who keep on lights and pay their taxes, and all the while don’t complain. And when they do complain, it’s whining.

    That Frame has to be smashed and disregarded. And that requires explicit White Pride. There is not way around that. White Pride can be humble and quiet and modest, but it has to be what it is, it cannot be covered in gay principles of Republicanism and Inclusion.

  56. Yes. And ignore the losers’ pleas about “coming together as a nation.” I swear, even in defeat they can’t stop sounding like they’re lecturing us.

    Don’t fall for the scorpion’s plea to take him across the river. We are plenty united — among ourselves. As to the others, it’s a time for cleansing. With a flamethrower if necessary.

  57. If the Democrats really thought Hillary deserved the presidency, they should have picked her 8 years ago. They chose Obama over her. I think the black/white differences are a big division in their party. Only if they have a common enemy can they unite.

  58. Republicans: “We can haz more warz for Yisroel?”

    Trump: “No. We’re getting out of the Middle East.”

    I don’t know if Trump is going to go this far. He’s not Pat Buchanan.

    However, he will hold off on starting dumb wars like Hillary’s little scheme in Libya that costed at least 50,000 lives there and opened a floodgate of illegal migration to Europe.

  59. “However, he will hold off on starting dumb wars.”

    Indeed, and ALL the Middle East wars have been dumb wars. I think Trump sincerely wants to avoid wars that aren’t necessary and clearly in our national interest. I don’t think “because Israel” will sway him in the least. Indeed, I’m sure the neocon Israel loyalists have thoroughly soiled themselves multiple times over since last night.

  60. I think Trump sincerely wants to avoid wars that aren’t necessary and clearly in our national interest.

    His main reason to avoid wars will be financial since he doesn’t want to be further beholden to China for more loans to finance our deficit spending. At one point the Iraq war was costing us $2 billion per month, and only to remove a regime that we were better off leaving in place.

  61. Indeed, I’m sure the neocon Israel loyalists have thoroughly soiled themselves multiple times over since last night.

    Time for israel to straighten up and fly right. We’re all sick of fighting wars for that shitty little country. I don’t care if they have to drop a nuke on Mecca. Just leave us the fuck out of it.

    Meanwhile, I’m enjoying the fuck out of Krugmans oy-veying.

  62. My predictions that Trump would kill the popular vote and that the EC would be close, were in reverse. Was right about AZ though (that one was easy), and almost about MN.

    But seeing as it was close, that makes it seem all the more meant to be.

    His speech last night was excellent. Classic Trump — but after all, there is no other kind. His son Barron i mistook for a grandson, but no. He was squirming under the camera up there on stage. What a strange position to be in, can you imagine?

    The crowd’s rowdy outburst chants of “USA” were unseemly but whatcha gonna do? Trump handled it all with grace, which he has in spades.

    Watching him on the stage, how he went and greeted and shook hands with every last person up there, was so well done and worth seeing. Like a scene from Dune in “the Grand Style.”

    And then by way of contrast, Clinton’s lack of a concession speech, with a stand-in from demon-face Podesta. I did not catch her speech this morning; last night was the time for it, and so it is another example of who was a real person, and who was not. She was not up for the occasion of giving that speech; ergo she was not fit for the job.

  63. Like everyone else, the impressions of all this are quite large, and what can you say?

    And then on top of that, part of this victory — very much an intrinsic part of it, and an example of exactly what this victory is — is that the professional media class is not in (a) place to turn to, for an explanation of what it means.

    That explanation has to come from us. It’s the very fact that the media’s explanation is off, that the victory is about.

    So i am waiting for what people are going to say, in the Sphere, but so much of it will be what we have been saying, already and for awhile.

    ************

    I was watching the returns on PBS, and they could not have done a better job of characterizing the insularity the cluelessness and condescension that they are criticized for. In their defense, once the reality of their defeat sunk in, they seemed to really be trying to understand what happened.

    And sometimes someone would say something that wasn’t dumb. Nationalism got mentioned a few times by Brooks, though that was mixed in, in his interpretation, with the explanation of people craving an “authoritarian personality”.

    White people voting for themselves was somewhat recognized and downplayed. It was cast in terms of being against “progress”. In other words, the same old jelly, but colored with fear, and a little repect.

  64. “My predictions that Trump would kill the popular vote and that the EC would be close, were in reverse. Was right about AZ though (that one was easy), and almost about MN.”

    Actually, I too noticed your “popular-vote-vs.-electoral-vote” predictions inverted. But what really impressed me was your predicting several weeks ago that Pennsylvania would go for Trump, as no poll or pundit had predicted as much then or later. Yet sure enough, with about two hours to go, HRC’s leads there in every demographic started seeping away like air in a balloon, leaving her deflated and at a deficit by midnight.

    I’ve never seen a election in which the loser was up by every poll for weeks, yet every incrementally measured lead in contested states went the other way within the last six hours of the voting. It makes one wonder if all those Trump supporters who went out and surveilled for voter fraud among Dems were looking at the wrong party.

    But I doubt it was the case; I mean, if you conservatives noted that your candidates were losing five-point leads in the final hours of voting, you wouldn’t necessarily suspect the Dems of voting fraud, would you? 🙂 .

    (Personally, I really don’t think fraud of any sort accounted for the results; I think it was something I hinted at several times in the past: a historic realignment along race lines that prevailed in the Reagan elections; all the unpredicted votes came from strong and consistent uptick in rural white districtis.)

  65. “That explanation has to come from us. It’s the very fact that the media’s explanation is off, that the victory is about.”

    The explanation was in the intra-state measures and how they trended and compared to the race in ’12 and ’08; it was rural, white and steady votes that made the difference.
    Also, that Michael Moore video that PA ran was eerily prescient in picking up that element and explaining it in exquisite detail. That phenomenon, which occurred for the most part in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and rural Pennsylvania, was what made the difference.

  66. But I think that the real story that emerges is far less turnout for the Democrats all across the board.

    It looks like Trump’s popular vote will be about the same as Romney’s but with better distribution and not so much meaningless sandbagging overage in Texas and the rest of the South that inflates the topline number.

    In other words, Trump just campaigned harder where it really counted and fought hard and dirty on every point and until the bitter end. Romney the coward wasn’t willing to do that.

  67. The shaming language being used against Trump supporters, on Facebook, is over the top.

    Haha I know! It’s a total shitlib meltdown. Their frantic shreiks of racist-homo/trans/xeno/islamopobic-sexist are the just the desperate flailing of the shellshocked Obama coalition who did not expect to lose. Now they are blowing their last wad of sneering liberal screech because they have no other strategy other than poking a stick in white peoples eye for 8 years. Guess what, it’s not working anymore. Screech on SJW’s, I’ll be sitting here drinking a snifter of your tears. So delicious!

  68. I find it ironic when the left – who inject race into everything – are just shocked when white people do the same, after we saw how well it worked for them. What did they expect would happen?

  69. I’ve been seeing this meme with a younger Julian Assange going around. Together with Trump we’re regenerating the cultural optics. Thordaddy: Nordic 9, you would say?

    Another related talking point being batted around on Twitter: the Revenge of the Nerds revolution is being put down.

    BTW, that movie and Porky’s unsettled me when I came to the States. Every adolescent boy digs dirty humor and boobies and I was no different in that regard, but I had no cultural inoculation to applied Franfurt School. At some level, while laughing at the films’ hijinx, I understood that the joke’s on me.

  70. left – who inject race into everything – are just shocked when white people do the same (MGE)

    This tangentially reminds me about a Diversity Seminar we had to attend in the Army. This was Clinton’s first term. There was one of those big, not too bright and usually quiet Black guy who got very animated. Picture Terrance from Angry Birds getting excited.

    When White racial identity was brougt up by the facilitator (disapprovingly), some of the White soldiers, including me, tried to explain certain aspects of Whiteness in a reasonable way. We lacked the alt-Right conceptual framework. But visibly and suddenly triggered, “Terrance”, who was normally a quiet and well liked guy, went on this almost tearful tirade “y’all should celebrate y’alls Irish heritage, not the White race!!”

  71. I think the only way to explain these results… Hillary wins popular vote while Trump smashes her in the electoral college with practically the same popular vote count as Romney is…

    “Black manz” for Trump and the spectre of a return to white Supremacy.

  72. The alt-rite will suffer the same fate as all other movements beholden to degenerate economics…

    If credit is not given where credit is due then we know who gets that credit by “you know who.”

  73. The reason one denies evil is so that one is not terminable without consent, ie., rejects the death penalty.

    The reason one desires liberation is so that one is terminable without consent. ie., he possesses a right to self-annihilate.

    The desire for liberation and the denial of Evil are like the Self and his Annihilation.

  74. “Black manz” for Trump and the spectre of a return to white Supremacy.”

    interersting thought but I don’t think it applies in this instance; rather, Trump’s win was a classic readjustment of Nixon’s ‘southern strategy’ —– but instead of relying on white resentment in just the south, he pulled it out of the white hinterlands in the Rustbelt, specifically Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan and rural Pennsylvania. You can verify this when you look at those state maps that detail each precinct and district; some of those rural wisconsin and Michigan districts had fewer than 100 people in them.

    I think people forget: even if you had, say, Hitler-vs-Mother Teresa going head-to-head, you’d still start out with about a 48%-to-52% contest; the country’s that entrenched in its dichotomous identity. Until last night you’d always hear that ‘whites can no longer win elections,with all the NAM census coming in. While that does complicate things, all it really takes to win national elections a few twists-and-turns in the swing states; plus, a white upsurge in average or aggregate percentage of about 7%-15% uptick in white solidarity is enough to overcome some of the new NAM coalitions forged by otherwise-at-odds black, hispanics and aggrieved people (LGBT rightsers).

    That’s all it takes; it is interesting, though, that Trump got more significant black support than did Romney or McCain or other recent-era ‘conservatives.’

  75. If you think Hillary has conceded then you’ve been blowing a lot of exaggerated smoke up the people’s arses…

    A “Trumpslide” is definitely dampened by a popular vote loss equal to Romney… That’s nuts.

    Literally, the homies carried carried Trump through.

  76. “White people voting for themselves was somewhat recognized and downplayed”

    Yeah, but race wasn’t on the table, so to speak, in this contest. Both contestants were white and I can’t say I recall anybody, even the hard-blue stuff on PBS, suggesting that people were reluctant to vote for a women; I think his victory was properly deconstructed: white interests, anti-trade, anti-amnesty and anti-establishment govt.

    Meanwhile, HRC is the new ‘later-years Teddy Kennedy” —— the bloated and burned out ‘icon’ of the democratic party that the faithful clung to for far too long, until the damage that association caused was unavoidable. Epic failure that makes clear she should’ve hung it up after ’08 collapse.. What a legacy: to be known for two back-to-back biggest political collapses in modern history. Her failure is monumental.

  77. “No one guessed these results… No one.”

    Yeah, winning the rural white vote and revising the ‘southern strategy’ for the 21st-century would seem to bring on the byproduct of popular-vote victory, but it didn’t.

  78. “White people voting for themselves was somewhat recognized and downplayed”

    Here and there Hillary commented on “white privilege” in smaller talks with the NAACP or #BLM. I can’t wait for the next few election cycles where non-white candidates are asked about white privilege openly and then have to answer for it, assuming that the MSM will agree to ask them tough questions that put Democrats on the spot.

  79. I think a good amount of whites that would’ve voted for Trump stayed home due to the media propaganda that Trump couldn’t win and was already pulling back from his campaign and giving “hints” that he knew he was doomed, that Hilary was +6 to +8, or that Shrillary had a 97% chance of winning, etc. etc.

    There really was an effort by the MSM to demoralize likely Trump voters, it was subtle but in their defense they are so accustomed to politicizing everything they present that they probably could provide news in any other way.

    This very depressing article came out a mere 4 days ago, it was never Silver dropping the F-BOMB on Huffington’s posts overly rosy predictions of Trump defeat:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/nate-silver-election-forecast_us_581e1c33e4b0d9ce6fbc6f7f

    The models themselves are pretty confident. HuffPost Pollster is giving Clinton a 98 percent chance of winning, and The New York Times’ model at The Upshot puts her chances at 85 percent.
    Nate Silver’s 538 model is giving Donald Trump a heart-stopping 35 percent chance of winning as of this weekend.

  80. The question with the black vote was the turnout, not their choice. Blacks only went from Trump at 8% (as opposed to 3% for Romney) but black turnout was down significantly. (no free $$ money falling from sky)

  81. A lot of baby boomer grannies firmly ensconced in all the dressing of traditional conservative lifestyle still secretly punched it in for that killer dyke… In droves.

  82. Camlost…

    On the political ledger… Voting for Trump is equal to not voting for Hillary WHERE “black” male’s economic interest lie.

  83. One has to explain a decisive electoral college victory accompanied by a popular vote loss equivalent to Romney’s popular vote…

    And ALL THE MODELS FAILING…

    Hint: who’s the “biggest” slave?

  84. “I think a good amount of whites that would’ve voted for Trump stayed home due to the media propaganda that Trump couldn’t win”

    Indeed. And there was also the impact of dipshit Gary Johnson who gave so many cucks an out: “Well I can’t bring myself to vote for either Trump or Clinton, so I’ll vote super cuck!”

    Johnson scored 3-5% ranges all over the place. Had those cucks voted Trump, Trump would have won more states, and won more decisively. Assuming Johnson’s votes would go to Trump, then Trump:

    * Wins Maine
    * Wins New Hampshire
    * Wins Minnesota
    * Wins Colorado
    * Wins New Mexico
    * Wins Nevada

    It would have been an epic blowout. The good thing is that these states have fundamental Trump majorities, but the cucked out whites are too cowardly to know where their interests lie. But as time goes on and they realize Trump isn’t Satan, they will slowly fall back into line and become part of his constituency. Which bodes very well for four years from now.

  85. The good thing is that these states have fundamental Trump majorities, but the cucked out whites are too cowardly to know where their interests lie. But as time goes on and they realize Trump isn’t Satan, they will slowly fall back into line and become part of his constituency. Which bodes very well for four years from now.

    Yes, and imagine what these Libertards (all white) will think when the next big Democrat NAM superstar (like Julian Castro) hauls his brown carcass on camera somewhere and starts speaking against white privilege.

    In some of the leaked emails there’s already talk bemoaning the “white boys” running her campaign and making up her pool of VP choice.

  86. The most potent aspect of the Narrative is the memetic reality of inducing white self-annihilation and realizing this lethal abnegation as Final Liberation.

    “Genocide” is “suicide’s” “big bro.”

    And a silent swath of black men cast their vote against white self-annihilation in what must be the most rebellious votes in the land.

  87. Now that all markets have bounced back immediately I wonder if Paul Krugman will apologize for all of his talk of financial collapse. lol

  88. Camlost, I’m looking for that comment you made awhile back (I think in response to me) about how Clinton got pulled further to the left by the Democratic coalition.. If you have it on hand, great, if not you don’t have to go digging for it.

  89. Well, the Clintons started as blue dog (moderate/conservative Democrats, primarily Southern) but they’re a dying breed now. I think there’s ZERO southern Democrats left in the Senate and only 1 or 2 in the House, and they’re not moderates.

    But Clinton always was a centrist herself, she’s an expert at building consensus and cooperating across the aisle, she really is. She didn’t support gay marriage herself until 2009, before that she was still talk about marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, and talked about building a wall on the Southern border herself.

    But as the entire Democratic party moved left quickly to take advantage of the millenial vote and those extra voters brought to the polls by Obama all they really did was move their platform over to the same one that Bernie has had for 40+ years. (poor guy gets no credit, and blacks let out a collective yawn over him so he had to go)

    But then you get to the 2016 Democratic convention and they are parading Michael Brown’s mother up there like a heroine and you realize just how far out of her element Hillary really is – this new Dem platform really isn’t her at all. Yes, she’s a big government type but she’s not 100% comfortable with all of this extreme leftism in her heart, and her lack of conviction to match Trump showed through to older whites who aren’t fooled by glitz and retweets.

    Hillary’s an old-style wheeler and dealer and compromise crafter just like Bill – she’s not a lazy, aloof anti-colonialist demagogue like Obama.

    I really do think that part of her whole email private server deal is that she wanted to keep a corner of her mind to herself and she doesn’t think that Obama is half the political tactician and dealmaker that she and her husband are. And she’s probably right.

    But in 2016 she woulda just caved in to whatever the black party wants, and Bernie woulda been the same way.

  90. Camlost – I always appreciate your astute political analysis. . . tied up at the moment but more to follow later…

  91. this story has got ‘legs’

    We may be on the brink of a cold civil war… or this could all dry up when the next season of Game of Thrones comes out. Hard to tell these days. Interesting times we live in.

  92. The babies are having their big cry. It will simmer down to the usual roar. It will be like the early Bush W days, only instead of “stop this stupid war” it will be all homo! racist! sexist! yak yak yakkety yak. I bet we see Occupy or some such other sock puppet group emerge from their long snooze.

    Speaking of war, I wonder if Code Pink will make an appearance, after eight years of utter silence in the face of Obama and Clinton’s nation wrecking. I wouldn’t be surprised AT ALL if we start to see “why are we in Afghanistan?” complaints within five minutes of Trump being sworn in. As if he were responsible! Speaking of that, I hope he pulls us out of that sewer immediately.

    Another random thought: many of the most over the top anti-Trump statements seem to be coming from Jews, and across all industries, not just media pundits like dipshit Krugman. Barry Diller went nuts. A whole punch of Skype techie types have been foaming at the mouth. I think the Skypes are genuinely concerned that Trump will start to dismantle the gigantic looting machine they’ve been able to establish.

    Last thought. Reading this made me REALLY REALLY happy this morning:

    Hillary Clinton “couldn’t stop crying” once she learned of her loss to Donald Trump on Tuesday, best-selling conservative author Ed Klein told Newsmax TV on Wednesday. “About 6:30 this morning she called an old friend,” he began on “The Steve Malzberg Show” in an interview. “She was crying, inconsolably. “She couldn’t stop crying. “Her friend said — her female friend from way, way, back — said that it was even hard to understand what she was saying, she was crying so hard.

  93. “Hillary Clinton “couldn’t stop crying” once she learned of her loss to Donald Trump …” (Peterike)

    Good. No mercy, no pity for the criminal scum. Merkel too.

  94. this story has got ‘legs’

    OMG, please stop it. All these fruits and nuts will go home within a week. At best they may straggle along for a few months like “occupy,” but so what.

    But on the alt-right we should be happy to see these protests, it’s just moving more whites to the right. The more the merrier.

    Any time you’ve got people trying to demonize Donald Trump for some innocuous comments 12 years ago, but then putting Jay-Z and Michael Brown’s mom on your main stage it’s just tearing away the mask from their true underling anti-white agenda.

    And if protecting sexual assault victims is so important, did the DNC interview all of the Bill/Hillary accusers as part of their vetting process? You know, to make sure they weren’t putting abusers in the White House. NOPE.

    — “Hillary Clinton “couldn’t stop crying” once she learned of her loss to Donald Trump …”

    She should be crying at what she did to herself with her lazy arrogance, as well as what the Democratic Party did to her – she kissed black ass for 30+ years, got ditched for Obama, then they finally become the full black party with an agenda that she can’t control and she gets beaten.

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