This Is Not “A Time To Come Together”

Good mornin’ America, how are ya?
Say, don’t you know me? I’m your native son

Donald Trump’s victory is daybreak for all of the forgotten core Americans — and mourning for the cracked Obama coalition. And no sooner did the election losers’ histrionics die down than they began their disingenuous calls for us to “come together as a nation.”

Even in defeat, they can’t stop lecturing us. It’s the Alinskyite game of holding us up to gentlemen’s rules while they plot to undermine Trump’s presidency and get back into power. Don’t fall for the scorpion’s plea to take him across the river. We are plenty united — among ourselves. As for the others, it’s time for a housecleaning with a flamethrower.

If you’re tempted to be magnanimous with them, stop. First, they are still dangerous. Secondly, think two weeks ahead to all the empty place settings at Thanksgiving tables for the people taken from us by Social Justice scum. Let the libs twist in the wilderness. Reflection will do the misguided liberals good and the SJWs are dead to us anyway.

This is not a time to come together. This is a time to break the anti-Whites into submission and uncuck the culture. A president can do a lot — defund programs and smash the student loan racket, trust-bust the media monopolies, and above all, build the wall — but he needs creative volunteers who aren’t afraid of getting dirty. The Alt-Right has a talent for mass-persuasion and the game just got bigger. It’s not low-energy Jeb or crooked Hillary we’re up against this time, but the entire cultural agenda that had been set in motion decades ago.

There are everyday ways for a veteran Shitlord to lead the way. As Suburban_elk writes:

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.

Commenters over at Château Heartiste chime in as well. Ryan Whitecock (heh) stays with the big picture:

Today is indeed a great day; a battle won against the cuckening, the shitlibs, the diversity globohomo order.

But the war is not won…

Fellow alphas, we must go into the world and make America great again. Find a poor, downtrodden, meek man with a low spirit, and show him the way to alphadom. Teach him as a master teaches a student, so that he will pass that knowledge on as well, to his friends, to make his sons strong young men, to teach his daughters to be worthy and loving women, and to reign in the women of his life from their angry, feminist ways.

Trump has turned the tide. Now the responsibility is on us to follow headlong into battle and win the war.

“Dude” takes it to the ground level:

Buns in ovens bros. Educate friends/ family on media. I got my whole family to cut the cable cord. They used to call me crazy/ nazi, all that shit. They choked/ coughed/ laughed when I spoke up for Trump in the very beginning. Now, my mom was in tears of joy last night when I called her after the big win. My nephews are little shitlords in training because of me. They in turn will spread it to others. I lead by example, stay lean, stay clean, work my ass off and don’t pedestalize. I promote White pride at all times. It can be done.

And a few words from Plumpjack:

help your brothers find the light. we need every one of them. the great uncuckening begins today.

Meanwhile, President Trump just checked another item off his list:

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138 thoughts on “This Is Not “A Time To Come Together”

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  2. WE knew we were at war, because we were losing it. Having been dealt this defeat, they now know it, too, and as we learned this election, fair play is off the table. Be vigilant, and take no prisoners. Drain the swamp and burn the remains.

  3. Yeah, but it’s Trump himself who’s saying it:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/donald-trump-says-its-time-for-us-to-come-together-pledges-to-be-president-for-all-americans/2016/11/09/d7dba468-a651-11e6-ba46-53db57f0e351_story.html

    Then there is the dozens of NY politicians, black and white, that Trump has backed, made campaign contributions to and openly supported. But what’ll be the most fun in ensuing weeks is when they start revealing details of his twenty-year plus close friend and business partner:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/423337/trumps-pal-al-jillian-kay-melchior

    Oh, man. the fun and games haven’t even yet got started; this is a media goldmine…… I’m telling you, Thordaddy has a early and dead-on read and lead position on this one.

    This is really going to get intriguing; the 21st-century amalgamation is off and running!

  4. Well, this is the monster that the Obama coalition created, dumb millenials, pussyfoot SJW academics and other low-IQ NAMs now think that the President can only be this magical messiah that delivers everything and tells you want to hear on every topic and scares away every mystical boogieman that you create out of thin air.

    For instance, the SJW’s are all over Facebook crying that “I’m afraid for LGBT rights” as if Trump has ever mentioned that topic or has any intention of changing anything or that he actually has the power to do anything about it. Not to mention that common sense would’ve told you that he’s been in the hotel business for 50 years and it’s never been a point of contention in his accomodations.

    The unsustainability of the Obama coalition is already showing. The Democratic Party is going to crack. Obama was the worst thing that could’ve happened to the blank-slater cause because he came far too early, when whites can still galvanize.

    Like I said yesterday, just wait until the first non-white Democratic candidate for high office gets caught on a hot mic talking about white privilege or reparations.

  5. @ Trickin – Trump cannot be assailed for his friendship with Al Sharpton.

    Al Sharpton has been inside the White House meeting with Obama in excess of 100 times over the past 2 years, plus he’s black and therefore beyond media criticism.

  6. “Trump cannot be assailed for his friendship with Al Sharpton.”

    Cam, what world do you live in? You yourself would typically point out such realpolitik conundrums like this. “Should he be assailed”-vs-“Could he be assailed” has precious NOTHING to do with it, dude!

    He has put up activists, rappers, boxers, in condos and kickback schemes and pay-for-play casino operations going back to the mid 80s; stakes are higher now and when the ride commences, it’s going to be nothing but Sean Combs to Al Sharpton all the way down. Shite, the only question in this case is: where might one start?

  7. Drain the swamp and burn the remains. (Eduardo)

    You just gave me a pretty cool idea. Stand by.

    They are being somewhat more conciliatory today. (Lara)

    There is a difference between liberals and SJWs. The former are often normal people who need to be given the time and a bit of pressure to deprogram / uncuck. The latter are, as I said, dead to us. The Bernout-Hillary primaries voter divide makes a generally reliable distinction.

    Yeah, but it’s Trump himself who’s saying it (Nikcrit)

    He’s being presidential. He doesn’t need us to be presidential though.

    the SJW’s are all over Facebook crying that “I’m afraid for LGBT rights” (Camlost)

    I’m seeing this meme on FB: “Hey Trump voters: explain to your Muslim/ Gay/ Latino friend why you don’t care about him or her.”

    Two rhetorical replies come to mind:

    Agree & Amplify: “I don’t have any muslim, gay, or latino friends.”

    The Reframe: “what a coincidence! I just asked my Hillary-voting gay muslim Latino friend why he doesn’t care about me.”

  8. @ Trickin – YAAAAAAAAAWN

    First it was Omerosa as VP, then the “celebrity” thing. Aren’t you getting tired of making absolutely empty predictions about Trump’s upcoming “hurdles” yet?

    And you know damn well that the mainstream media won’t attack Trump’s association with Al Sharpton because that will mean that Sharpton is somehow persona non grata. He’s black and a Democrat so he’s safe. It’s that simple.

    Obama himself kept his distance from any other traditional black leaders for years (until his 2nd term) because he didn’t want to alienate white voters, with whom Sharpton is not popular.

    If any investigation of Trump’s business practices held water I think they would’ve found it by now. For Chrissakes, before the election they’d managed to dig up contractors who installed light bulbs at his hotels 30 years ago and got underpaid by 30 cents.

  9. @Cam,

    I don’t know about ‘attack,’ but they will make hay of it. Btw, my ‘Amarosa’ was merely symbolic code for whatever unpopular and unexpected move Trump might’ve made—– and you know that; more uncalled-for criticism.

    I don’t know how ‘damaging’ any of it will be, but the press is loving all this! And then when a month or two passes and it’s time for the ‘thumbsucker’-type investigative pieces, i.e., the more ‘reflective’ ones, then look out, i say, ‘cuz they’re going to have a field day.

    I just think it’s sort-of amusing for those on a hard race/right tip who thinks Trump is some sort of crackerjack-survivalist-nationalist guy a la Randy Weaver. When in fact T’s more a rap-pimp than was Bill Clinton. I spoke with a friend of mine who’s fairly high-up in beltway media; he said the gold in the Trump mine lies in the casino history….. Idk, i just think it’s funny from a jaded guilt-by-association perspective that i’ve seen put into play, even if i don’t agree with it from some distant and objective standard. I just know how the mess goes down much of the time.

  10. I don’t know about ‘attack,’ but they will make hay of it. Btw, my ‘Amarosa’ was merely symbolic code for whatever unpopular and unexpected move Trump might’ve made—– and you know that; more uncalled-for criticism.

    What? No way, you mentioned it like 20 times At one point you truly thought he was capable of making Omarosa his VP, either making that specific move or pulling something just as wacky. And you were waaaaaay off.

    I was the one that had to post the link where Trump verified that his VP candidate would be a “lifelong political insider” or whatever he said, but until that time you just knew that Omarosa would be on the ticket, lol.

    You still think there’s more to be discovered about “Celebrity Trump” that will come to the surface and get him in trouble, but I don’t. He’s been a big, deep-pocketed litigation target for many, many years and he’s survived this long. There’s also a reason that the Dems waited until the 11th hour to try and roll out some of the Trump “accusers” that they had on ice.

  11. He has put up activists, rappers, boxers, in condos and kickback schemes and pay-for-play casino operations going back to the mid 80s; stakes are higher now and when the ride commences, it’s going to be nothing but Sean Combs to Al Sharpton all the way down. Shite, the only question in this case is: where might one start?

    Yeah, because I’m sure the media had ALL THIS DIRT on Trump but they were waiting until AFTER the election to release it, amirite? Because they are such believers in fair play, Marquis of Queensbury rules and all that, pip pip, cheerio old boy. Because the media is just a lot of Anglo-Saxons totally committed to notions of honor and the code of the gentleman.

    Dude, the chambers are emptied out. They were already scrapping the bottom of the barrel with that Latinx ho that Trump called fat.

  12. The vast majority of the crying we are seeing now is coming from people who couldn’t run a livable country themselves, nor accomplish much of anything. The reasons are many – incompetence, over-emotional bitchitude, low intelligence, low impulse control, lack of objectivity, you name it.

    It’s especially funny with blacks – if you hear the vulgarity they express around each other and in front of their own children it is often quite sickening. The next time you’re in a public park and see blacks (ages 2-80) having a cookout take a listen at the profane music they play in front of everyone.

    But they’re absolutely scandalized by a 12 year-old comment about pussy?

  13. “Yeah, because I’m sure the media had ALL THIS DIRT on Trump but they were waiting until AFTER the election to release it, amirite? Because they are such believers in fair play, “

    Misconception here: i”m not saying the criticism is ‘just,’ or even that it’s necesssarily ‘critcism;’ I’m saying ‘the media’ is/will love/loving this Trump election; it’s a goldmine; and the SJW protests and laments just add to the sensationalistic stew that’ll brew for his entire term: i’m saying this: a new industry was formed tuesday night…… btw: most national media are waaay too jaded to hold genuine SJW convictions, at least that with any sensationalistic pedigree; I’m talking from a ‘shoptalk’ perspective; i’m probably too old to get alarmist about these matters. Personally, I’d prefer that my prez not be a casino owner and real-estate magnate, but it’s basically academic to me. (i just go back to one personal image; i imagine my old section editor at the paper, how he would go on and handle things like tuesday night’s results. I picture him running around the newsroom, throwing his hands up and asking of no one in particular, “Where the F do we start?” lol..

  14. p.s@Cam, re, Amarosa, Trump, etc.: sigh….i’ve said at least a half-dozen times that i was wrong about the seriousness of Trump’s candidacy; however, i never literally ‘predicted’ he was picking Amarosa as VP. I DID venture he might do something that symbolically unserious though —— though i amended even that casual speculation as the weeks turned into months and it was clear that he was a serious candidate (yes, more serious that i originally portended, etc.).

    You’re always seeking some sort-of mea culpa from me when I’m usually quite humble and forthcoming on things i get wrong. Damn! lol..

  15. @ Tricking – well, yeah if you’re saying that going forward the MSM will endlessly nitpick everything they can find on Trump in ways that they wouldn’t have criticized a Democrat, then yes that’s certainly quite true.

    But the funny thing is that it’s self-selecting. Trump’s policy of just shutting everything down right out of the box may benefit him greatly, as the media will get tired of bringing up things that cause Trump to give them the “Heisman Hand” every single time. At some point even the MSM will become aware at how foolish they look in trying to confront him with every single inconsequential rumor, accusation or innuendo and they will be forced to step back from it if it affects ratings.

    I see MNBC completely folding or getting radically revamped pretty soon. Their ratings are already way down, and we’ll already have 2 other echo chamber channels reporting the same crap. And putting their focus behind #1 star Amanda Marcotte seems shaky going forward.

  16. p.s@Cam, re, Amarosa, Trump, etc.: sigh….i’ve said at least a half-dozen times that i was wrong about the seriousness of Trump’s candidacy; however, i never literally ‘predicted’ he was picking Amarosa as VP

    You spend a lot of time ‘correcting the record’, nikcrit.

    The internet and the comments don’t work like that. You get this comment here to make your case.

    ********

    And lo even now in this thread, you are talking the same tired old line, which is based on the idea the the trickledown mediawhores have anything at all to offer.

    Newsflash: No one who matters — which is to say, Trump voters — respects or cares for the media. At all.

    They can have a “field day” all they want. But they are simply fellating themselves. They have zero credibility at this point, and to the continue on that path of looking at a man’s at-this-point irrelevant past — they will have less than zero.

  17. The media is only relevant about two things. Itself, and the sad people who take them seriously.

    The mainstream is only a case study in its own dysfunction. It stopped being about the Real World, some time ago.

  18. elk, i bet trump voters were/are more vociferous consumers of pop media than HRC voters —– though both have their specific media demos.

    You’re trying to make some academic statement about media qualification or moral quality that has nothing to do with what i’m talking about. If not, and you are saying that people don’t ‘take it seriously’ and consume it at a level in which it is a very lucrative product and entity, then you simply don’t know what you’re talking about.

    You’re moral scolding about media dysfunction is very sophomoric and something they already know.

  19. Speaking of coming together, Trump is meeting Obama at the White House to begin transition talks. Meeting starts in a few minutes.

    The funnier part: Melania is meeting Moochle! I can’t wait to see the press photos. Who wants to bet we’ll see Mooch giving Melania hate-filled sideways glances. It would be even worse if her husband was straight, but she’ll still be shooting darts of eye envy. The side-by-side photos are gonna be a hoot as well!

    #hottestfirstladyEVER

  20. Tuesday night i watched the returns on PBS, and as i said earlier, once their panel saw that they were caught out, they did seem to want to understand what happened.

    But what happened was. The election was primarily a referendum on immigration. Immigration was Trump’s first issue, and it remained in the background as his primary appeal. And not “coincidentally” (which is to say, coincidentally) immigration IS the biggest issue facing this country.

    In other words that is an obvious conclusion and frame of reference with which to interpret the election results. But the panelists on PBS, who are supposed to be good, could not make that observation. Could they even make it to themselves, in their private thoughts?

    There was one black guy on there, whose name was (what are the odds?) Cornell, and though he was young he had a bleach-white Afro and horn-rims and snazzy tailored shirt. Would have fit perfectly into downtown corporate culture swapple-ville!

    And that nagger was the only guy who said around the edges that whites were facing a new reality in this country, and their votes reflected. But his observation was frightful and not seized upon. It was said in underhush tones and with looks of alarm in the eyes’ of the others.

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

    The media we have to get, is regular people, who can say regular things. As it stands there’s gotta a be a horn-rimmed black swapple to say the most obvious thing in the world, and then his utterances have to be contained by a team of high-paid specialists, lest the viewers get any ideas.

  21. “btw: most national media are waaay too jaded to hold genuine SJW convictions, at least that with any sensationalistic pedigree; I’m talking from a ‘shoptalk’ perspective”

    Ok, that might be true among national media and the older set. But these days we’ve got HuffPo media, Vox media, etc. And those places are FULL of genuine SJWs.

    “Personally, I’d prefer that my prez not be a casino owner and real-estate magnate, but it’s basically academic to me.”

    Not me. I much prefer someone who’s been in the real world to a life-long politician.

  22. it would be even worse if her husband was straight, but she’ll still be shooting darts of eye envy.

    Nah, Obama will be giving envy looks at Trump, with his hot wife.

    Obama will just keep thinking about how he had to sacrifice women (caucasian chicks) to marry a wookiee for the sake of his political career, while Trump didn’t have to sacrifice at all and got to screw lots of starlets on the way. This will be Obama’s ultimate racial grievance.

    And that’s also why I’m not a birther – if Obama always knew that he was born in Kenya and qws therefore ineligible for the Presidency he never woulda married Michelle (his first black chick) in his late 20’s, a move he clearly made only for his future political career. (and you can’t be President unless you’re over 35, according to the constitution)

    Otherwise, who woulda willingly gave up white women for that?

  23. It is not at all (strictly) an academic point, that the media was entirely revealed for what it is, to a lot of people who might not have known that, prior to this election.

    They have no credibility to anyone who matters, anymore. None nada zero zilch.

    They are entirely a propaganda arm for the globalists and they are revealed as such.

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

    Talking about “the media” is hopeless vague, and those observations can be willfully misinterpreted.

    My statements are — obviously — in regard to the mainstream press such as the NYT and Washington Post and the network television news. Insiders are not getting their briefs from those places, and no one in a position to influence things relies on those sources.

    Those sources are strictly a study in propaganda.

    I agree that that point has been made a million times (“sophomoric”), but it is you who brought up them having a field day about Trump.

    There will always be the plebs, who get their infotainment from the news. Yeah so what. Trump supporters know that the MSM despises them, and so now any attacks on Trump are to be seen for what they are.

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  25. “he (Obama) never woulda married Michelle (his first black chick) in his late 20’s, a move he clearly made only for his future political career.”

    So, do you think that a divorce between he and Michelle is now imminent?

  26. I’d prefer that my prez not be a casino owner

    A casino doesn’t really operate much differently than any other business. It’s all data- and machine-driven.

    No matter how big or flashy the Casino is it’s all one big excuse to get people to do one thing – sit their as*ses down and play the penny slots. The slot machines are by far the most profitable thing in any casino. The entertainment, food, lodging and table games (like blackjack, etc.) make negative to modest profit.

  27. So, do you think that a divorce between he and Michelle is now imminent?

    Nah, divorce is for the low class. And he is not low class. Plus, he wants to see the end result of all of his “transformative” grand efforts while he becomes the elder statesmen in his egalitarian, blank slater paradise. Meanwhile, his coalition is already falling apart at the seams under the weight of its own teardrops.

    I don’t think his big legislative work (Obamacare) can actually be repealed but I guess we will see.

  28. “And that nagger was the only guy who said around the edges that whites were facing a new reality in this country, and their votes reflected. But his observation was frightful and not seized upon. It was said in underhush tones and with looks of alarm in the eyes’ of the others.”

    I watched some of that coverage too throughout the night; i overall liked his rap; i think he said what you claimed he did but that it wasn’t in a overly cautious way. Yet there was, to me, a palpable unease among the rest of the panelists when he described the voters as acting in white self-interest.

    cam, peterike, re. the casino-owning potus: idk; not being dogmatic on it; guess i just like the idea of a more self-less, non-profit-obsessed potus —- tho i suppose it IS nice that he’s not a lifelong politician. guess i just wish he was someone a bit less enamored with the limelight. THAT gives me pause; i’ll freely say it.

  29. Re the original post, “No Unity, No Healing” goes VD’s title for a post in which he links to this:

    Shocking video out of Chicago shows a mob of young black men viciously beating an older white man because he voted for Donald Trump, dragging him through the streets as he hangs out of the back of his car.

    The clip shows the thugs repeatedly screaming, “you voted Donald Trump”

    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2016/11/no-unity-no-healing.html?m=1

  30. cam, peterike, re. the casino-owning potus: idk; not being dogmatic on it; guess i just like the idea of a more self-less, non-profit-obsessed potus

    I’d much rather have a POTUS who knows what it’s actually like to run a business, they’re not so free wheeling with other peoples’ money.

    And Hillary recently admitted that she hasn’t driven a car herself in more than 25 years. That’s out-of-touch, in my mind.

  31. “Plus, he wants to see the end result of all of his “transformative” grand efforts while he becomes the elder statesmen in his egalitarian, blank slater paradise.”

    There’s a lot of speculation about just what B.O. will do in his elder statesmanhood.I’m sure the contractors are gearing up in Hyde Park, ready to build the ‘retreat’/library/whatever as soon as they get a ‘go’ on it.

    Somehow, I don’t see him doing the usual stuff; he’s not really of a patrician class in which he knows all these other lifelong philantrophists. Ceremoniously giving away money is a ‘white thang.’ hahah.

  32. “There’s a lot of speculation about just what B.O. will do in his elder statesmanhood”

    Is there? Why? It’s obvious.

    1. He will start a “Presidential Library,” because the Clintons have shown what a great source of grifting it can be, and Obama is nothing if not a life-long grifter.

    2. He will give tedious speeches where he says “I” five hundred times, and get paid handsomely for it by corporations and, especially, universities. Within two years of leaving the White House he will be worth multiple millions of dollars.

    3. He will get an eight figure (yes, $10M+) book contract for an “insider” book he won’t write.

    4. He will become a relentless talking head nag on television, opining his useless thoughts and having slavish, lickspittle TV people nodding in mindless approval.

    5. He will be on ESPN every year giving his March Madness bracket.

    6. He will hang with black athletes and rappers.

    7. Eventually, it will come out that he’s on the down-low.

    The End.

  33. Somehow, I don’t see him doing the usual stuff; he’s not really of a patrician class in which he knows all these other lifelong philantrophists. Ceremoniously giving away money is a ‘white thang.’

    No, he will have money to give away, more than he can count.

    He doesn’t help family members with money at all, which is more the black style.

  34. Ok, this is the ultimate buttheart article. I have a seriously SJW over-sensitive Facebook friend who always opines about micro-aggressions (he’s a very bright East African married to a white girl, of course). He posted this, I commented, I’m sure an unfriending comes soon.

    It’s a microaggression to see your SWPL white friends posting they’re shocked that racism won the election on Facebook !!

    View story at Medium.com

  35. Holy mother of a post, PA. Let’s get this one some airplay; it needs to be a rallying cry.

    As for me, I’m up in Canada watching how it’s unfolding. I see signs of cautious optimism even here.

  36. ^ like Don Cherry’s “Lefty Americans can stay the fuck out”, and Kelli Leitch’s “we need Trumpism here too”. In Canada we desperately need you guys to keep moving that Overton window.

  37. I am surprised Camlost lasted this long on that man’s friend list.
    I agree with Nikcrit that Trump’s lack of appeal to celebrities is a good thing. It was always kind of annoying the way Bill Clinton was having celebrities to the White House.

  38. 4. He will become a relentless talking head nag on television, opining his useless thoughts and having slavish, lickspittle TV people nodding in mindless approval.
    5. He will be on ESPN every year giving his March Madness bracket.
    6. He will hang with black athletes and rappers.

    I think he’s going to avoid being that 2nd-guesser President. That would be low class and impossible to defend since all other Presidents have retired to quiet private life as follows with the tradition started by George Washington.

    The talk of all of the sports teams boycotting the White House has started, if so that will drive revenue and viewership very quickly for sports all across the board. It will get ugly.

  39. These liberals are absolutely clueless !! They’re going to be in disarray for a while.

    My BernieBro SWPL is on facebook saying that “what went wrong” is that Bernie should’ve been the nominee. When I suggested that Bernie didn’t excite non-white voters in the Obama coalition and would’ve had less turnout they hit the roof !!

    But the primaries proved it, Bernie got absolutely trounced everywhere except “homogenous” states close to the Canadian border. Bernie made blacks and Hispanics fall asleep.

    Poor Hillary – she and Bill prostrated themselves to kiss all 30 million black bu*tts in the USA every year since 1990 and they don’t even bother to show up for her !!

  40. “The talk of all of the sports teams boycotting the White House has started, if so that will drive revenue and viewership very quickly for sports all across the board. It will get ugly.”rhe

    It’s going to be painful, let alone awkward, for a while —– but this is what the doctor ordered and it is a necessary process: There’s been too much shadowplay in recent elections, in which the candidates from both sides didn’t genuinely nor completely represent their constituents At least there was now a contest in which genuine passion existed and there was conviction in their support of those running on both sides.

    Let some new enemies and allegiances develop; no one should go through with some friendly ritual if they genuinely don’t feel inclined to, however much the power realpolitik somewhat drives the extent of that.

  41. It’s going to be painful, let alone awkward, for a while —– but this is what the doctor ordered and it is a necessary process: There’s been too much shadowplay in recent elections,

    Yes, but I think you have the belief a lot of things may be bumpy for a while but then get worked out so we can return to the “amalgamated” daydream country that you envision, in which everyones’ ethnic strengths get combined.

    But a lot of the people cheering demographic change in the USA lack the foresight to see all of the ramifications of that for non-whites, and big $$ sports is one major area.

  42. “The talk of all of the sports teams boycotting the White House has started, if so that will drive revenue and viewership very quickly for sports all across the board. It will get ugly.”

    It’s going to be painful, let alone awkward, for a while —– but this is what the doctor ordered and it is a necessary process:
    There’s been too much shadowplay in recent elections, in which the candidates on both sides didn’t genuinely nor completely represent their constituents At least Tuesday’s contest contained genuine passion existed and there was conviction in their support of those running on both sides.

    Let some new enemies and allegiances develop; no one should be roped into going into some seemingly casual and friendly ritual if they genuinely don’t feel genuinely inclined to. And then there’s the everyday social realpolitik in play, which somewhat drives the extent of that.

  43. What Nikcrit is trying to say is that Trump won on the “black man’s” vote or non-vote and brother Al had his hand in it. Yet, this strategy was clear from the start and only the alt-rite can be credited for giving it cover.

  44. “But a lot of the people cheering demographic change in the USA lack the foresight to see all of the ramifications of that for non-whites, and big $$ sports is one major area.”

    Are you saying that black athletes will suffer from NCAA ‘Trump Boycott,” or whatever?

    Not clear to me what you’re saying.

  45. If some athletes don’t want to go to the White House because of Trump so be it. Not everyone needs to like the president. Obama was lucky, I don’t remember anyone boycotting him.

  46. Lara…

    There is marked difference between “boycotts” dependent upon the President, BUT NOT AS IT CONCERNS “black professional athletes.” For this demographic, boycott or not to boycott equals AUTOMATIC STOOGE.

  47. Are you saying that black athletes will suffer from NCAA ‘Trump Boycott,” or whatever?

    Yes. Conservative, straight white males are all of the owners, coaches, boosters and season ticket holders in big time sports.

    If they pull due to the National Anthem issue or teams refusing to meet with President Trump issue it will kill the revenue , and BernieBros and urban SWPL’s aren’t making up the difference, they may watch the super bowl on TV but they’re not buying tickets regularly.

    Right now Seattle is balking at using public money to fund a new stadium for the Seahawks, and Minnesota wrangled over funding $$ for their new stadium for 25 painful years. Remember that was one of Jesse Ventura’s big issues – no funding to replace the Metrodome.

    Liberal whites have have much more varied sports interests. In contrast, Dallas or Atlanta get a new stadium with one small word to the governor, and with local taxpayers always eager to fund it for big $$.

    NFL viewership is down 15-20% since the Kaepernick national anthem issue. If black athletes start leading boycotts of visiting the White House it will cause even more conservatives to pull back their $$ and blacks will be shooting themselves in the foot – it doesn’t need explanation how central sports success is to black life and self-image in the USA.

  48. “NFL viewership is down 15-20% since the Kaepernick national anthem issue.”

    Really? Has that been quantified in a indisputable way? I didn’t hear about it and I find that surprising. Very surprising, though I don’t doubt what you say.

    That whole thing was so tepid and foolhardy on kaepernick’s part, that I just have a hard time believing that anyone who didn’t already dislike him was disappointed by his half-assed actions.

    (I notice in the K-8 schools i see on my rounds that about only half the kids rise for the national anthem; in the high-schools, i’d say it’s about 5%…..odd to me, ‘cuz in my border-‘burb district in the late 70s when i was elementary age, I stood everyday for the pledge, often while wearing my cub scouts uniform!!)

  49. Really? Has that been quantified in a indisputable way? I didn’t hear about it and I find that surprising. Very surprising, though I don’t doubt what you say.

    Yes, but league is claiming that it’s because of longer games, bad matchups, uncompetitive play. I guess we will see, but I have my ideas.

  50. “Yes, but league is claiming that it’s because of longer games, bad matchups, uncompetitive play. I guess we will see, but I have my ideas.”

    I would bet you’re right but only a little bit; those other reasons, cited by NFL execs, are just as likely.

    Kaepernick’s rebellion is so tepid and silly-seeming that it just doesn’t pack enough punch to viscerally offend; it’s almost like a slight draw, the chance to anticipate and see his contrived and now highly mediated spectacle of a gesture; 25-year-old alpha egos just don’t keenly anticipate how one can come off ironic, dilletantish and spoiled to the point of cluelessness all in one sly pout.

  51. Key graphs from the Hanson article:

    The Trump campaign, meanwhile did everything contrary to the establishment playbook: no big-name endorsers, no ground game, no celebrity entertainers — unless you count Don King — no sophisticated bundlers, no legions of hired-gun political activists and spinners…….Trump was accessible. He talked loudly and perhaps too often to the news media; Clinton was secretive and studied, opening up only to pre-screened media toadies. He tweeted promiscuously; she had an entire team to adjudicate each of the permissible 140 characters. Trump waded into crowds. She was surrounded by a phalanx of handlers. A man from Mars would have assumed that the right-wing candidate was the grass-roots populist and his left-wing opponent was a Big Money, Big Media automaton, created by central casting.

  52. Kaepernick’s kneeling just seemed stupid. Even Ruth Bader Ginsberg said so. If he really wanted to protest police shootings he should have just spoken about it. I’m not a football fan, so I don’t care what they do.

  53. @PA: just the other day you called me a liberal who’s not a social justice Warrior. Well, okay, but if so I certainly do have a place of honor for white men who vote Republican.

    So what do you think of them apples?

  54. @PA: just the other day you called me a liberal who’s not a social justice Warrior. Well, okay, but if so I certainly do have a place of honor for white men who vote Republican.

    We know you do. And you are able to separate emotion from your argument on most topics.

    That’s why you get a free pass.

  55. LMAO, this is a photo of the official White House transition team preparing to meet the Trump delegation today:

  56. do you think she’s actually crying? Or is that some kind of intentionally exaggerated grimace? (i’m thinking no on would be that uncomposed in what had to be a highly anticipated moment of intense scrutiny, no?)

  57. Damn! You guys are just clearly, totally unabashed……. “schadenfreude-ists.” LMAO!

    My second favorite German compound word is backpfeifengesicht, meaning “a face that needs to be slapped.”

    In a sentence: “Wow did you see Rachel Maddow’s election meltdown? She has a real backpfeifengesicht!”

  58. do you think she’s actually crying? Or is that some kind of intentionally exaggerated grimace?

    I deal with histrionic women all the time. They know how to turn the waterworks on and off at their whim. It’s like they practice in front of a mirror or something

  59. To all the hysterical SJW’s on Facebook who are the sounding the alarm over LITERALLY HITLER and his impending Fourth Reich, I say: does this guy look to you like someone about to round people up into cattle cars and shove into the gas chamber?

  60. It’s like a sick joke… An absolute exact repetition of a time before which seems just an exact repetition of a time before. And it’s all uglier than a ground hog whore. But these overstimulated zombies want more… Crave degenerate folklore… Sustained separation is so taboo that white man is left a hallowed core. His anti-egalitarian stance mere cold sore. He wears on his lip and has no heart for… This isn’t his cycle of life… It’s zit puss on his oily skin pores.

  61. The reference point is “white supremacy,” PERIOD!

    Real or perceived, to the anti-white Supremacist, Trump is their MAN…

    BUT THE BIG LIE…

    Is that Trump is not a white Supremacist and neither are his supporters.

    THIS MAKES NOT ONE WIT OF DIFFERENCE TO THE anti-white Supremacists.

    Not.
    One.
    Wit.

    Now Trump’s supporters will get gassed out for the next four years denying the charge of “white supremacist” while they feverishly work with Trump to prove it not so…

    WATCH AND SEE.

    I HOPE I EAT THESE WORDS.

  62. These people are upset and want to bond with each other over their disappointment. They will eventually lose interest in it.

  63. In my personal dealings with people who hate Trump, I am trying to lay low. I am not ashamed of myself, as they want me to me, just giving them space and time. They are VERY upset and emotional right now. I am going to stay chill and above the fray.

  64. Many people are refusing to accept Trump as their president.
    These people are upset and want to bond with each other over their disappointment. They will eventually lose interest in it.
    I am relishing their pain.

    It’s absolutely crazy to see what politics has become for some on the left in this day of social media. Most of these butthurt crybabies, fruits and nuts are the type of people who would not have even bothered to register to vote 25 years ago.

    Either way, the Obama age came too soon for the people it claims to be helping.

  65. I’m still really not digging that shitlord term.

    But also (*** patting self on back vigorously ***) haven’t I been predicting the immediate unraveling of the Obama coalition for the last year here? I said it came too early and I was right.

    The Democratic Party may be in disarray for 20 years.

  66. Correction regarding “I respect white men who vote Republican” remark above:

    I take back my addressing that comment of mine to PA; I had mistakenly thought that the inline bold-face text saying as much about white Republican men was from PA, but it was actually a line from the Van Jones text that Cam decided to highlight.

    My bad, to the two people who might’ve took a second to notice this.

  67. “I’m still really not digging that shitlord term”

    Yet it works viscerally and inexplicably. It wansn’t created by a PR team with focus groups.

  68. “Most of these butthurt crybabies, fruits and nuts are the type of people who would not have even bothered to register to vote 25 years ago.”

    Yeah, that is very annoying, all these young folk with a super-sensitive refined sense of grievance politics, but barely a graspable knowledge of plain ol’ ‘politics.’

  69. Mayor of Minneapolis on full screech… how is this the same Great Lakes kinda region that has produced so many of our most astute and level-headed commenters?

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/11/freakout-in-minneapolis.php

    The first order of business, however, is to grieve, to rage, to confess confusion, to shake with fear. Only when we let ourselves feel fully do we free our minds enough to think clearly about what is next.

    To those who awoke afraid and more vulnerable to a President who has pledged to attack you: I stand with you, your city stands with you, and we will find a way through. To my Muslim, Mexican, immigrant, indigenous, LGBTQ, low-income, of-color, women, Jewish, and other friends: you are not alone, I and all allies stand strong with you, we will create more and better allies, and we will find a path forward. Together.

  70. Just had a long conversation with someone who hates Trump and does not understand how anyone could vote for him. She told me she is open borders. I said I believe in the nation state. There is a big gulf between us and them. This in in addition to her saying how tough black people, women, Jews, Muslim, gay people have it in this country.

  71. The first order of business, however, is to grieve, to rage, to confess confusion, to shake with fear

    This is we must kick them when they’re down. There is some genuine fear there but mostly this is fake waterworks of a chick stopped by a cop. Soros is still funding BLM, SJWs are not gonna let up on anything until we demoralize them beyond a point of no return.

  72. SJWs are not gonna let up on anything until we demoralize them beyond a point of no return.

    Well, we have to get as many whites as possible off the fence to give us clarity on who is with us and what resources we have. But it’s important to remember that some whites are just now seeing the truth about elitist globalism, population replacement and media corruption.

    These protests will go far in continuing to open the eyes of core Americans so more shaken fence-sitters will fall on our side, of course- but others will choose matriarchy.

  73. They truly hate us. This woman is actually one of the more reasonable ones. The hatred leveled at Trump is beyond anything I’ve ever seen.

  74. “Many people are refusing to accept Trump as their president.”

    Sadly, the Constitution makes no provision for “not accepting” the elected President. I know, I know, all that cis-white-male-hate in that document! We totally need an amendment that says “you can haz any Prezident who makes you feelz good!”

    On that football thing, Nielsen is claiming that ESPN lost 621,000 subscribers in November alone. Disney disuptes it, but they would.

  75. “It’s absolutely crazy to see what politics has become for some on the left in this day of social media”

    I get the thrust of your point but come on! Were ‘you and yours’ not rather shrill and hysterical at times yourselves a mere 84 or so hours ago? I mean, some of you were saying this might be the last time whites are allowed to vote, or words to that effect. And was that not a bit over-the-top in dire predictions?

    So here we have an election in which EVERY poll had HRC up by 3-to-7 points on the DAY BEFORE voting. Yet, she winds up losing to the surprise of every statistical indicator, human and not. Yet the right, far from pushing forward their pre-election-night consensus that the election was ‘rigged,’ from human-to-technologically-enhanced vote-fixing to believing that the ‘people spoke’ and that there was no questionable antics AT ALL Tuesday night and their prior suspicions were uncalled for.

    Hmmm? Why the turnaround? 🙂

  76. — They truly hate us. This woman is actually one of the more reasonable ones. The hatred leveled at Trump is beyond anything I’ve ever seen.

    I lost respect and possibly even familial affection for an SWPL female relative who becomes vicious whenever politics come up. For example, I see her dripping with go-for-the-jugular contempt when she comments with some reluctant Trump supporter female friend on FB. My attitude is “you have a right to your opinion but I am not interested in hearing it.”

  77. Camlost, your point about the Obama coalition overplaying its anti-White hand seems obvious at face value but it’s actually a very insightful observation.

  78. From Richard Spencer / Radix Journal, “We The Vanguard Now”:

    Before Trump, the Alt Right could be criticized for being a “head without a body”; it was engaged in meta-political and scientific discussion, but lacked a real connection with practical politics and the hopes and dreams of average Americans. In turn, Trump’s populism—with its half-baked policy ideas and sketchy vision of the future—could be criticized as a “body without a head.”

    Now we are the whole man.

  79. I mean, some of you were saying this might be the last time whites are allowed to vote, or words to that effect. And was that not a bit over-the-top in dire predictions?

    That was predicated on Hillary winning. The shitlibs hysterical response to Trump’s win only validates how likely it was if they had won. They are tyrannical at heart.

    and that there was no questionable antics AT ALL Tuesday night and their prior suspicions were uncalled for.

    You don’t know this. I’m fairly certain there was some vote fraud, but there’s an important BUT.

    My take: the Clinton Machine was so convinced by its own BS that it would have a streamroller victory, that it called the dogs off on a major fraud push. Trump had put a spotlight on it, so they laid low assuming the election was in the bag anyway. How do we know? Many of the big cities (where the fraud happens) in swing states reported most or all of their votes early. Normally, if there is any doubt the play is to hold out and hold out. Wait to see how many votes the D candidate needs to win, and then provide them late, real or fake. This is how low-T man-boob Al Kraken got elected. It’s the standard MO.

    But Clinton believed the media polls. The media believed the media polls. They drank their own kool-aid so deeply that they didn’t think they needed the fraud edge. Turns out they did!

  80. In fairness, I think us conservatives can be aggressive and mean at times. Someone posted the Van Jones video on Facebook and I said it was stupid. I ended up apologizing to her. I almost never get political on Facebook and I am going to keep it that way.

  81. get the thrust of your point but come on! Were ‘you and yours’ not rather shrill and hysterical at times yourselves a mere 84 or so hours ago? I mean, some of you were saying this might be the last time whites are allowed to vote, or words to that effect.

    Some are definitely guilty of overdramatizing. That’s a valid criticism.

    But my comment was more aimed at talking about how millenials (especially NAM’s) view politics now – they don’t care about local politics but their Presidential candidate better be some smiling stuffed suit who is also their holy mentor, BFF, confidant, protector, enforcer and magical wizard who can not only drive away the stormclouds but also shield their precious little psyches from microagressions. (right after Jay-Z performs on the same DNC stage and shout about pimps and nig**gas for 30 minutes).

  82. But Trump’s “rigged” criticism is 100% valid if you take a look at how the MSM became a propaganda arm for the Clinton campaign, sending press releases to Podesta for “proofreading” before publishing and things of this nature.

  83. your point about the Obama coalition overplaying its anti-White hand seems obvious at face value but it’s actually a very insightful observation.

    But I said it very early, even at the darkest point after the Gold Star Military family thing when it looked like Trump would get streamrolled by a 400-point electoral performance for Shrillary. As our resident primatologist, I saw the cracks in the Kenyan’s coalition even before it showed any obvious weakness. (** pats self on back **)

    I have a friend that put $60 on Trump to win the election in early 2015. He made $4100 on that bet!!

  84. So here we have an election in which EVERY poll had HRC up by 3-to-7 points on the DAY BEFORE voting. Yet, she winds up losing to the surprise of every statistical indicator, human and not. Yet the right, far from pushing forward their pre-election-night consensus that the election was ‘rigged,’ from human-to-technologically-enhanced vote-fixing to believing that the ‘people spoke’ and that there was no questionable antics AT ALL Tuesday night and their prior suspicions were uncalled for.

    Hmmm? Why the turnaround?

    First of all the LA Times poll predicted an even race, and the ways in which the other polls were weighted in error is well known, and has been discussed to death.

    So you first point is just wrong.

    And your second point is what?

    There was concern about vote rigging and manipulation, and maybe there was rigging and maybe there was not.

    Maybe they erred in their efforts, or maybe they didn’t have what was necessary in place, or maybe they didn’t rig it at all, thinking that it was unnecessary to do. Or maybe rigging is not so commonplace in the US of A. Though that is not what history would suggest, and it is my opinion that they didn’t put in place the necessary “corrections” because they thought they wouldn’t need to, and also it was more difficult to counter-act the Monster Vote than was plausible. That would be my interpretation of events.

    But in the final analysis: As Trump won, accusations of vote rigging against Trump are meaningless. Obviously.

    Are you suggesting that the election was rigged for Trump, and that the AR suspicion of vote rigging should maintain even after Trump won the election?

    The suspicion was never that the election was rigged to the winner; the suspicion was that it was rigged in favor of Hillary.

    You are grasping at straws here, Trickin.

  85. Hmmm? Why the turnaround?

    Because we won.

    That is the short answer.

    Our candidate won, so any questions on the election’s legitimacy are irrelevant, to us.

    But even without the win-by-any-mean’s-necessary mentality, the explanation above still applies.

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

    There is no reasonable accusation that the election was ever rigged in favor of Trump. That is absurd, to the extreme, and the notion relies on a liberal delusion that in logic is called, the error of the false compromise, which i have brought up before.

    It is not as if the circumstances around the victory of Trump are the same as what would have been those of Hillary. They are not comparable circumstances, and the same analyses of what might have lead to them, do not apply.

    There is no credible scenario involving vote-rigging in favor or Trump.

  86. “Our candidate won, so any questions on the election’s legitimacy are irrelevant, to us.”

    That is not actually a true statement, at all; but it does go to the point.

    Of course it matters that the election is and was legitimate. On the other hand, what matters more, is winning!

  87. Another thing that had people so worried about rigging his the Democrats’ new attitude toward immigration. They loooove, looooove looooove new immigrants, much more than American citizens who are absent of color.

    That video of Obama being asked about illegals voting showed a very cavalier attitude towards the subject, it’s clear that he wouldn’t even raise a finger to prosecute any legitimate accusations of illegal immigrants voting.

  88. — On the other hand, what matters more, is winning!

    Libs broke the good faith agreement when they went full steam ahead with population replacement. The Republic is fiction at this point. Winning vs losing, for us is an existential matter like war.

  89. “You are grasping at straws here, Trickin.”

    Nonsense. I’m just pointing out a mild, humorous irony that you and other humorless Trumpists supress or can’t see: that, going by statistical unlikelihoods and rarities, it’s Trump’s performance in the light of the polling and other predictions, rather than HRC’s favored status only to deflate hours before the polls closed that would suggest electoral Tom Foolery.

    Which isn’t to say such Foolery took place; only that it’s likelihood, given the circumstances, would have been for rather than against Trump. And there WAS plenty of paranoid Gop and Dem suspicion about electoral fraud up to the day of voting.

    If the result and their tallying pattern was the same but the parties were reversed last Tuesday, The GOP —– led by its wayward alt-right contingent —– would be screaming bloody murderous fraud and you know it.

    Tell me that if Trump had lost a five point lead in 12 hours the right wouldn’t have expected fraud? They would have even without those suspicious X-factors.

    It’s funny to me; though I sort-of envy that stupefying blind loyalty and suspicion that absolute partisanship compels one toward.

    Btw and FWIW, it’s a sort-of awkward fit and rings false in you—— your disgruntled alt-right persona of recent months.

    Back in winter you were considering going muslim and taking us western infidels to task. (blog links available upon request).

  90. Tell me that if Trump had lost a five point lead in 12 hours the right wouldn’t have expected fraud? They would have even without those suspicious X-factors.

    Huffington Post had Clinton at 97%… inside their offices.

  91. If the result and their tallying pattern was the same but the parties were reversed last Tuesday, The GOP —– led by its wayward alt-right contingent —– would be screaming bloody murderous fraud and you know it.

    It is a pointless hypothetical

    All those things are not the case.

    What is the point of talking about a reality that exists in the mind of a deluded liberal?

    What is the point of talking with a deluded liberal?

  92. Btw and FWIW, it’s a sort-of awkward fit and rings false in you—— your disgruntled alt-right persona of recent months.

    Back in winter you were considering going muslim and taking us western infidels to task. (blog links available upon request).

    Well it’s better than a token.

  93. It’s funny to me; though I sort-of envy that stupefying blind loyalty and suspicion that absolute partisanship compels one toward.

    Of course you envy it. Why else would you be here?

    You have no one representing you, but Obama. And he is a fag.

    You had your chance to get on the Trump Train. There are based negroes, such as the Sheriff of Milwaukee, or wherever that guy is.

    That you are unwilling to support Trump, reveals a selfish and narcissistic perspective. If you were interested in helping out your fellow countrymen, you would support Trump.

    It is adolescent and short-sighted, to require too much of a leader, and not to be able to consider his practical positions. Trump will do better for every historic American with roots here.

  94. Btw and FWIW, it’s a sort-of awkward fit and rings false in you—— your disgruntled alt-right persona of recent months.

    Back in winter you were considering going muslim and taking us western infidels to task. (blog links available upon request).

    Trickin and his personal speculation, where would i be without it.

    He is right, that i have considered alternatives to WN.

    I am not satisfied with WN. Never have been. I am a critic of WN.

    ***********

    However unlike him i did vote for and support Trump.

    And also, his catalogue of previous posts as an argument, is typical liberal distraction.

    He can’t make his points in the current post, so he is always referencing what was said in the past.

  95. Nikcrit….

    Quit whispering how nigger Jew-friendly Trump really is…

    Say it out loud so that the real debate on anti-white Supremacy can begin?

  96. Trump MUST BE relentlessly pressed towards wS…

    NOT to prove the liberated degenerates correct and his supporters liars…

    BUT BECAUSE it is so simple to fall back into deracinated oblivion for the right price.

  97. It is unreal and yet so real that even at this latest lurch towards Final Liberation, SEPARATION is AGREEBLY OFF THE TABLE for all sides of the conflict…

    Except for the white Supremacist… To which sustained separation is axiomatic.

  98. And yet the sentiment IS separation…

    How is it SUSTAINED though is the question WHEN mere separation isn’t actually articulated, rather, it primitively manifests in this degenerate slug fest.

  99. “If the result and their tallying pattern was the same but the parties were reversed last Tuesday, The GOP —– led by its wayward alt-right contingent —– would be screaming bloody murderous fraud and you know it.”

    And rightly so. There is vast, vast evidence of Dem voter fraud over the years. There is essentially none about Rep voter fraud. Vote Fraud: It’s a DEM thing.

    Side note: every time Sub_Elk calls NikCrit “trickin” I hear that old Elton John song in my head, “Ticking,” but instead of “ticking” he’s singing “trickin’ trickin’…” It’s about some white guy that goes postal. Doctored lyrics:

    “Don’t ever ride on the devil’s knee” Mama said
    Remember mama said
    Trickin, Trickin!
    “Pay your penance well, my child,
    Fear where angels tread”
    Hear it, hear it, Trickin, Trickin!

    The best thing about that song is the lyrics say, “Some gook said ‘His brain’s just snapped’ ”

    Some gook! You could actually get away with that in 1974.

  100. Some gook! You could actually get away with that in 1974. — peterike

    In 2016, gook just plain gets away with snapped brains…

    Ahhhh…

    The power of “radical autonomy.”

  101. It hasn’t degenerated too much into a slugfest, and i would keep it that way.

    peterike’s response to the reverse hypothetical, is the correct one.

    The reverse situation would appear as vote rigging. In the situation as it stands, it doesn’t seem likely that there was fraud in favor in Trump because where is the precedence and what is the evidence?

  102. Nikcrit’s reaction is simply a further deconstruction of the conclusion HE MUST DRAW on Donald Trump which DOES NOT ATTEST to white Supremacy.

  103. I think Nikcrit is right. We won, we need to stop acting like victims. I have been doing that and I am done. I don’t apologize to anyone over my vote, but I am not going to get angry at them for not liking it or even me personally.

  104. Lara…

    “Our” side is not the side THAT DEMANDS ABSOLUTE TOLERATION of the “other.”

    “We” are the “other” that is absolutely intolerable…

    BUT NEITHER SIDE DEMANDS SEPARATION…

    So it is a sickness…

    A symbiotic regression.

    Trump’s election has done nothing to address this pathology.

    It’s a simple negotiating tactic when one is at their most ascendent point to date…

    DEMAND the whole enchilada.

  105. BTW, don’t say this too loud because the outgoing regime may pursue hate crime charges for spite on their way out. But when Obamacare is destroyed by Trump it will be pretty clear that his whole 8 years in office were a total waste – the GOP now controls both Houses of Congress and a whopping 34 governorships.

    And it’s harder than ever for the Democrats to please their black voter base yet still also get them to show up at the polls.

  106. — it will be pretty clear that his whole 8 years in office were a total waste

    I read somewhere that his administration brought more Africans to the US than were brought here during all of the slave trade; not to mentioned immigrants from other places. Letting any of them stay here would leave intact the most meaningful part of his legacy, which in his words was “To fundamentally transform America.”

  107. I think Jimmy Carter started all of the heaviest African and Crapistani immigration with all of his legislation for “political refugees.” Before that time the USA really didn’t do that.

  108. Someone once quipped that Ted Kennedy was enthusiastic about fronting the Hart-Celler Act because he was functionally innumerate and with a fuzzy understanding of the world, and so he thought that he’s sticking it to the WASPs because the immigration act was gonna make America 90% Irish.

  109. We won, we need to stop acting like victims. I have been doing that and I am done. I don’t apologize to anyone over my vote, but I am not going to get angry at them for not liking it or even me personally. (Lara)

    That’s the spirit Lara! YOU WON, THEY LOST.

    Next time you are tempted to apologize for your vote think about this: did any of your shitlib friends shed a tear as Ferguson burned? Did they feel just a little bit wrong for putting a small Christian bakery out of business because they refused to bake a lesbian wedding cake? Did have any qualms about destroying Paula Deen’s career for saying The N Word decades ago?

    This is the animus behind their hysterical tantrums right now: they know we got the presidency, the house, the senate, and the judiciary, and they are about to get shellacked good and hard.

  110. ” Ted Kennedy was enthusiastic about fronting the Hart-Celler Act because he was functionally innumerate and with a fuzzy understanding of the world”

    One might say he was frequently tired and emotional.

  111. Thor: “It’s a simple negotiating tactic when one is at their most ascendent point to date…
    DEMAND the whole enchilada. “

    Yeah, but ‘the one’ that you speak for, never articulated or formed consensus for, let alone ‘demanded,’ the ‘whole enchilada,’ you prematurely speak of! In other recent comments, you even concede that Trump himself doesn’t call for your ‘separation-formed Ws,’ or however you may put it.

    Dichotomy: you hated the democratic candidate, so you and yours heaped the whole enchilada wish-list on her Gop opponent—– but the victor isn’t on board, nor IMO even COMPREHENDS what you’ve heaped upon him. (thor, i’m more and more convinced that your theories are a somewhat, perhaps inadvertent, vainglorious attempt to reconcile your intellectural pride with a paternal fear of miscegenation that the msm recklessly and truly evilishly at times associates with vilified redneck racism; iow: you don’t want nor deserve the latter description but still have this visceral, meta revulsion to the thought of kin engaging in miscegenation.

    That, I should make clear, is impossible to know with certainty, of course, but is a impression gleaned from several years of respectful curiosity and familiarity with your theoretical riffing and tangents. IOW: I think i might’ve unveiled your particular ‘grand conceit’; something we all have somewhere but who most never have to reveal.

    p.s.—– you should post some more mark richardson links; i see your connection to his meta-lib deconstruction position and theoretical point-of-departure; but i don’t readily see how you have ‘advanced’ his POV. Please explain further.

  112. Nikcrit…

    You are left to deconstruct reality BECAUSE you reject objective Supremacy.

    Trump is Trump… Whether he negotiates exactly as I see fit or exactly as he sees fit, HE HIMSELF should go for his whole enchilada as a matter of his own principled persona. He did not run on “uniting America again.”

    And to say I hate Hillary is to pervertedly invert reality. Hillary hates (white) Man BECAUSE she is a dyke. I oppose her because I’m healthy-minded. Period.

    Trump MUST BE PRESSED towards white Supremacy or he will be rendered worthless when all is said and done.

  113. The simple reality of miscegenation is in its myriad of potentially deleterious identity crises that overwhelmingly outweigh any ideologically contrived benefit.

    Even today, Nikcrit, you hold “racists” more responsible for any of your perceived identity crises than you will your own miscegenating parents. And this burden of guilt is no more principled than your personal choice to render meaningless the myriad of identity crises due the ideologically-pressed miscegenation between your parents.

    Are you building on something to become something more or are you simply tearing away layers of meaningless material reality to get to your real Self?

  114. If the alt-rite is attempting to enlarge the Overton Window, the radicals are trying to shrink to a black hole and the white Supremacist will simply smash the CONCEPT of a “public acceptance of discourse” into delegitimacy.

  115. Furthermore Nikcrit…

    Elite = supreme = separate = singularity…

    “Default elite• = equal = radically autonomous = redundant…

    High IQ “white” male not only bounces back and fort between these “formulas,” he does so against his will.

  116. Thor: “Even today, Nikcrit, you hold “racists” more responsible for any of your perceived identity crises than you will your own miscegenating parents. And this burden of guilt is no more principled than your personal choice to render meaningless the myriad of identity crises due the ideologically-pressed miscegenation between your parents.”

    IMO, the above quote of yours exemplifies some of the points relating to you and your ‘riffs’ that I did my best to get at: Mainly, you are presuming A LOT to get to your denouement, which is a familiar one of yours. For the record, I accept your interpretation, as its yours, but I don’t sign on to any of it. When do you see me here ‘hold racists responsible’ for some ‘identiy crisis’ that I don’t necessarily feel i possess —- or, in the sense you seem to be implying, possesses me. When? I mean, if i do venture something involving racial identity, it’s usually a posit that I use as reference in the service of some larger point. I would dare venture that others familiar with my blabbing here would agree that I’m not a particularly hysterical polemicist in discussing racial issues, period, my own or others or how it affects the culture writ large. Instead, you’re imparting detailed motivation upon me and my ‘miscegenating parents,’ whose love and union I feel is ultimateliy incidental to their larger personal love, will and familial legacy, up and running to this day.
    You’re freely interpretating things you can’t know for solely your own, detailed and mightily self-interested theories.And you’re doing as much at a comically oblivious level.

    Thor: “He did not run on “uniting America again.”
    PA: “An astute observation.”

    Well, Trump has said things to the contrary several times, sometimes going out of his way to make that point. Yes, it could be tactical; but you don’t know what mixture of tactical and personal it was. My guess is that it was tactical yet incidental to his genuine disposition. I would further argue that a casual runthrough of his racially interactive past would back up as much.

    But I’m sure, in your giddiness and triumphant intoxication are absolutely certain he’s just placating the script and ‘being presidential’ for now. How convenient is such a read?

    ———————————————————————————————————————–

    Any early thoughts on Chappelle’s skits on SNL tonight? Amusing but sober with a tone of eerieness, says this former pop-fizz critic.

    I will grant that on the SNL set tonight, a bastion of lib-prog America I’ll concede, there’s almost a tangible sense of omen and response in the air; every skit so far has been about the election, and there’s a clear mix of parody and statement on each said skit. Weird. (PA, take note: ‘i’ before ‘e’ accept after ‘c’ most of the time, but not in the case of ‘weird.’ 🙂

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