MLK Day

Google’s picture to mark the federal holiday:

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Just another affectation of solemnity that creeps one out with its trappings of a cult ceremony.

Human societies are constructions with breathing micro and macro structural systems. Globalism would dynamite them until they’re ground up into powder. But the adversary is damned to his sisyphean labors — our social bonds can remain self-regenerating longer than the Leftist can fool us with his latest human mask.

As to the commemorated historic figure: there are Black physiognomies that project kindness and integerity. MLK’s is not one of them. Since my first acquaintance with the iconic portrait at age 13, it’s struck me as showing a liar’s face.

As to the picture, I’m not holding hands with any Muslim female.

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Analysis of propaganda is a useful habit to cultivate. To throw out some thoughts on the doodle in support of my overall impression that they are pulling it back a bit:

  • There are only two men, a White and a Black one, and they are of equal stature. No males of other races.
  • They are showing adults. These doodles are aimed at Whites and at this point, and an excessive taking of liberty with the representation of children triggers our protective instincts.
  • Per SOP, the Black male is next to a White female but they drew her middle-aged “so who cares.”
  • What’s with the foreign pattern on an African-American’s shirt?
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95 thoughts on “MLK Day

  1. There was a black revolutionary. His name was Aime Cesaire. Next to him, MLK was a klutz simpleton; Malcolm X a boy scout. Of course there are no holidays to Cesaire’s name. He would have made a great pirate, but crafted a more honorable career trying to improve his people’s situation. Trying. I think near the end he regretted not staying at sea his whole life with the feral corsairs. Picasso was imitating him in his prime, and the man didn’t even paint.

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  3. “Globalism would dynamite them until they’re ground up into powder. “

    Then why did ‘the white man’ create the cultural humanities and STEM innovations that made ‘globalism’ possible? If you look at ‘Globalism’ as a international force, economy and cultural philosophy—– as you often quite understandably do —— in any subsequent analysis one would have to say that it is largely but not solely instigated and sustained by a pan-Caucasian network and influence.

  4. I’m not holding hands with any Muslim female

    I’m not “holding hands” with *anyone* outside of family. I am unusual in the alt-right, though, for finding Muslimas highly attractive and seeing the headscarf (but not the niqab) as a charming symbol of modesty. Doubtless this comes from having spent some time among them.

  5. Nikcrit, so what. When the abuse or mutation of any advancement becomes a mortal threat to its civilization, it becomes prime directive to check its effects.

    SJ, Esquire: I can relate, having spent a significant amount of time in an Arab Muslim country. An observation: the same people who can act like criminals or colonists abroad can be the best of hosts in their own country. I wouldn’t hold hands with a Muslima for the same reason that no Muslim man should ever touch a Christian woman.

  6. “I’m unusual in the alt-right, though, for finding Muslimas highly attractive and seeing the headscarf (but not the niqab) as a charming symbol of modesty. Doubtless this comes from having spent some time among them.”

    Not so unusual. I’m another one. They’re tigers in bed.

  7. I agree with you that MLK has a dishonest face, now that you point it out. I don’t think he was a mean person, just maybe not particularly deep nor of the strongest character.

  8. PA, just curious, what’s the significance of Lara having the 14,088th?

    I am reminded of any college brochure’s cover photo. In the foreground, anyone except a white male, who instead might be represented in the blurry background, or high-fiving a much more Alpha guy who is not white. But look at the seating arrangement in the cafeteria, and these same unions represented in the propaganda photos are nowhere to be seen when people exercise freedom of association.

    At least this Google doodle did not place the white man in his “proper place”.

  9. — what’s the significance of Lara having the 14,088th?

    It would have worked better if it were the 1,488th comment, but the comments section is very fast-moving here. It’s a shout-out to 14/88, which is a WN reference to David Lane’s 14 Words (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children”) and 88=HH, short for “Heil Hitler.” It can also be a reference to Lane’s “88 Precepts.” As to “HH,” I am not a Neo-Nazi but the combination 14/88 has become a popular thing to say on the Alt-Right, ironically or otherwise.

  10. omg today is the anniversary of the Principate of Augustus and the founding of GFriend!

    lzozlolz the peak civilizational attainments of Europe AND Asia started TODAY!!

    whole eh poop and we’re “honoring” Peak Negro Rev Doc Martin Luther Kang Jr II too? wow

    And yet, civilizationally speaking, one of these things is not like the other.

    I say pour the cane sugar ginger ale, and raise a toast to Augustus GFriend!

    As for Africant, let it find its own level . . . .

  11. Milk had one good saying – “those who make peaceful resolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.”

  12. If the FBI would just release everything they have on MLK his reputation would take an enormous hit. They’ve got a sex tape, audio recordings of him talking to many mistresses, and endless transcripts of his “potty mouth” that would make LBJ look like a saint. Hoover devoted huge resources to tracking his every move.

  13. He expressly quoted JFK by name, which is correct.

    Reading Nixon’s autobiography, Nixon, at least, was in agreement with MLK’s arguement that at least local government spending should be measured to be roughly proportional to the local ethnic makeup. In that respect, Nixon was far closer to Obama than supporters of either would admit.

    From what I heard from people yesterday, the holiday is rapidly falling out of favor.

  14. The rumors are that MLK was a complete degenerate. That he would have frequent bouts with hookers whom he would beat and sodomize. And that drugs were involved. And that the hookers were white.

    So the FBI should definitely release his files if for no other reason than to clear his name.

  15. King sodomizing some low-rent hookers. Never heard that one. I hear Gandhi himself was quite a sexual deviant. I still wouldn’t mind rollin’ the dozens with either one of them. They had skin and soul in the game, but were in the end too influenced by their own century. They didn’t properly represent their people.

    And what if microphones didn’t exist? What we know of MLK at all?

  16. With the internet, Left wing state myths or cults of personality are difficult to launch and sustain. The Emmit Till incident has been revealed to have taken exactly the course it should have. There was, I’m sure, a plan to reboot the myth with Trayvon but that failed to launch.

  17. It’s telling that the right wing counterpart cases to the late Mr. Martin, in Utah, Oregon, Oklahoma, and Texas, have been drowned out in commentary and sealed documents.

  18. “With the internet, Left wing state myths or cults of personality are difficult to launch and sustain.”

    Yeah, right: we’ve gone from the one-to-many era of media, so Sulzburger and Graham and Bradley get to flex mediated monopoly upon the western world. But now that we’ve entered the many-to-many era, WND and other supreme publications can assert their anti-commie ‘correctives’ free of p.c. cant and other forms of liberal bias, right? We all know that Wash Times, etc., NEVER engages in propagandistic partisanship.

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

    PA: Amongst rightist Poles, is Lech Walesa a loved, hated or indifferent public figure?

  19. The face of MiLK looks well fed. His eyes hardly ever looked worried or near dead. His voice is perpetually practiced and already said. His wears tapered and creased. His words fully greased. And his warship collectively diseased.

  20. The Big Nigger would maliciously spit-laugh in the face of any “white” male reject who readily pudmarks for the slavish warship that is the USSMiLK.

  21. The Big Nigger would maliciously spit-laugh in the face of any “white” male reject who readily pudmarks for the slavish warship that is the USSMiLK.

    This is 100% correct.

    MLK would show nothing but vulgar scorn for all of the white folks making a big deal over him today, calling them coc*suckers and the like.

  22. In the original post I described my formative judgment of MLK as looking like a liar, but the word “charlatan” describes his look better.

  23. Jiddu Krishnamurti dipped into some progressive h∞kers a bit too. The guru par excellence… that was anti-gurus. He went after *everything,* and doubtlessly recognized King as another opportunist. Krishnamurti thought the Buddha was a mere fabricator, Christ another circus act. He was a rare, true imported American — though it seems he shunned all countries. I wonder what his drink was.

    MLK was an abnormal guru in that the impolitic negro had to shout to squarely deliver his message, while Krishnamurti rarely took it above a lofty whisper. His singular work is best read as pure literature rather than actual spiritual disquisitions.

  24. Then why did ‘the white man’ create the cultural humanities and STEM innovations that made ‘globalism’ possible? If you look at ‘Globalism’ as a international force, economy and cultural philosophy—– as you often quite understandably do —— in any subsequent analysis one would have to say that it is largely but not solely instigated and sustained by a pan-Caucasian network and influence.

    Harking back to an earlier thread on this topic, If globalism works just as well in multiracial and homogenous societies, as you say, why are the elites so obviously threatened by nationalism? For instance, the U.K. government has taken great pains to cover up a decade of child rape by Muslims in Rotherham, but were also quick to ban Richard Spencer from entering the country for committing no crime whatsoever.

  25. MLK would show nothing but vulgar scorn for all of the white folks making a big deal over him today, calling them coc*suckers and the like.

    I doubt that. Despite his flaws, I think MLK was a serious Christian man and not an opportunistic charlatan. He would likely find his hagiography vulgar, but I can’t imagine him being that spiteful. whether or not you agree with his politics, I don’t think it’s not hard to see that he had a more generous spirit than that.

  26. I think MLK was a good person and his heart was in the right place. I don’t believe he would wish me ill will, but I also don’t see him as reliable enough to where I would trust him with my life. I don’t know a lot about him, honestly, but I’ve heard he was promiscuous and he once plagiarized. If those rumors are true, it is an indication of a less than stellar character. He’d be no worse than a lot people, but not someone to exalt, either

  27. He’d be no worse than a lot people, but not someone to exalt, either

    We are admonished to love respect and venerate him in spite of his flaws, now that the truth (about him) is out.

    It reminds of the famous and recent political cringe comedy, “Obama’s Painfully Awkward Handshake” featuring Obama, Prime Minister Trudeau, and Mexican President who-cares.

    But this scene from 2016 takes place in New York and it shows all three of them, but especially Obama and Trudeau, to be absolute dipshits, in how their public performance lacks any and all confidence and stagemanship.

    Geez, wouldn’t stageman-ship be part of the job description of president?

    And in the comments, the Obama supporters and Canada liberals are all like, Oh it’s cool that they are all regular people! (don’t hate)

    So i don’t know what my conclusion is, but something in that disconnect is revealing about the liberal mindset, and how their heroes such as Obama and Trudeau and MLK can’t lose no matter how they do: Their fuck-ups are not only forgiven, they become part of the lesson that we are supposed to suck up.

    Derision is the natural reaction to their lily livered presentation, but this natural and appropriate reaction is characterized as part of the problem.

  28. That video referenced in my previous comment is not linked, but it looks fake. Everything about it seems like a parody of how weak puppets might pretend to be the leaders of the Free World.

    If anything makes clear that those guys are taking it up the ass, at least figuratively, it is that video and their performance.

    But the awkwardness of their handshake ceremony? we all know about awkward handshakes, and what they mean. (Unless you are Donald Trump and happen to be reading this — oh wait, Donald the not-yet God Emperor had an awkward handshake moment with Ben Carson on stage in the debates.)

    Awkward handshakes mean that someone is not sure of their status, and in the case of that video they are lacking in the confidence that their roles require.

    In the case of Donald’s goofy handshake miscue with Carson on stage, that can be forgiven because everyone makes a mistake — and let’s be real, the race angle came into it.

  29. MGE: “Harking back to an earlier thread on this topic, If globalism works just as well in multiracial and homogenous societies, as you say, why are the elites so obviously threatened by nationalism?”

    Yes, it’s as I say becase, I contend, the multiculti-driven person is driven by a socio-humanistic creed —— NOT a sole and soullessly internationally minded economic mission, as is oft-claimed of the globalist and globalism writ large.

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    re. MLK: Figures such as MLK of course are a myth.

    He and nearly all social-spiritual-mode leaders are a figment for an ideal —— there are many-upon-many of his followers who were more precise versions of the MLK myth, as well as many-upon-many who talked the talk but walked an even more debauched walk during after hours downtime.

    The enshrinement of social-movement leaders isn’t cover for some sort-of ‘real’ absolution. Do the classic western heroes of Greece and Rome come without flaw? No, enshrinement TRANSFIGURES the flaw, adds sheen and heroic mist to self-indulgent transgression.

    Do the schoolbooks mapping DeTocqueville’s American creation myth, via ‘Democracy in America,’ include anecdotes about the nightly swigs of moonshine and receiving of courtesan blowjobs? Better yet, are they really necessary?Fresh initiates don’t need to have the mist clear so quickly; meanwhile, us big boys can handle ‘the truth.’ .

    No, King was a template, a test balloon for a preposterous moral absolutism that by definition isn’t supposed to be truly evident or by everyone obtainable. We all know this, yet his antagonists vainly insist that his and other nemesis leaders’ hypocrisies are supposed to reveal some larger, more pernicious lie.

    It doesn’t; at least not through the revealing of one’s sins of the flesh.

  30. Do the classic western heroes of Greece and Rome come without flaw?

    No one is without flaw, but apparently George Washington was pretty close.

    And that really is the valid and un-biased interpretation of the historical record. That is what everyone said about him. Everyone who knew him was blown away by his … whatever.

    His seeming perfection, his sinless-ness they might have called it back then. And in addition to that, he was a hell of a man. The Greatest General of the Age, and 6 foot five and reddish-brown hair.

    So there is a difference between those two, and it’s remarkable.

  31. If you mention JFK’s or Clinton’s womanizing to a liberal, they will agree. In fact, they seem to be proud of it. Martin Luther King Jr’s womanizing ways do not seem to be as amusing to them. It’s generally not ever brought up or joked about. It’s almost as if pointing it out would be considered picking on him.

  32. PA, Rooshy wrote a good article for you

    PA has stated opinions in opposition to inter-ethnic white mixing many times.

    My own inclinations on the question of inter-ethnic white mixing, are less strict. As an American, that might be part of that.

    Roosh is off-white, or whatever it is referred to. His background is Iranian, and he looks the part. Part of the broad white race category that is Caucasian but not within the European phenotype (and presumably not within the Euro genotype).

    I am surprised that the Poles would let him get away with dating their women, on their soil, in 2016, as he recollects doing in the linked article. Apparently they are nationalist on the street over there, and i would a foreign looking guy like Roosh would be running some risks, romancing their girls.

    Going to Eastern Europe as a “player” (read: sex tourist) is pretty fucking sleazy. On the other hand … life is life and what is the difference between that and going downtown and gaming slores?

  33. MLK. plagiarized his Doctoral thesis, had Marxists in his camp, loved whoring and beating said whores. And was foul mouthed to the point of being nauseating. Reportedly remarking “Look at her sucking him off one last time”. After Jackie knelt and prayed next to her late husband’s coffin. That is an especially base comment given the circumstances.

  34. There is the law of diminishing return and it applies to the deconstruction of the MiLK man where in its extreme demonization is an “angelic” blowback which ultimately serves to legitimate a degenerating status quo.

    “We” desire self-rule for the negro race where they shall be able to worship black men not dubiously elevated by “white” self-annihilators.

    We do not care that the negro race defies the worship of George Washington or Lincoln for this matter. It only indicates a different concept of self-rule all the while legitimating the need for negro self-rule of the negro.

    What would the MiLK man say to negro self-rule?

    No?

    Then such a black man can’t be no Big Nigger worthy of a warship.

  35. Yes, it’s as I say becase, I contend, the multiculti-driven person is driven by a socio-humanistic creed

    In other words, they aren’t the ones getting raped at the swimming pool.

    —— NOT a sole and soullessly internationally minded economic mission, as is oft-claimed of the globalist and globalism writ large.

    The race to the bottom for the cheapest possible labor supply, either through mass immigration outsourcing, is most definitely an economic project – a project encumbered by quaint notions held by the hoi polloi of borders, community, blood and soil.

    It’s easy to exalt the brotherhood of men, when you’re on top floating above it all.

  36. He and nearly all social-spiritual-mode leaders are a figment for an ideal —— there are many-upon-many of his followers who were more precise versions of the MLK myth, as well as many-upon-many who talked the talk but walked an even more debauched walk during after hours downtime.

    The enshrinement of social-movement leaders isn’t cover for some sort-of ‘real’ absolution. Do the classic western heroes of Greece and Rome come without flaw? No, enshrinement TRANSFIGURES the flaw, adds sheen and heroic mist to self-indulgent transgression.

    Do the schoolbooks mapping DeTocqueville’s American creation myth, via ‘Democracy in America,’ include anecdotes about the nightly swigs of moonshine and receiving of courtesan blowjobs? Better yet, are they really necessary?Fresh initiates don’t need to have the mist clear so quickly; meanwhile, us big boys can handle ‘the truth.’ .

    No, King was a template, a test balloon for a preposterous moral absolutism that by definition isn’t supposed to be truly evident or by everyone obtainable. We all know this, yet his antagonists vainly insist that his and other nemesis leaders’ hypocrisies are supposed to reveal some larger, more pernicious lie.

    It doesn’t; at least not through the revealing of one’s sins of the flesh. (Nikcrit)

    Translation:

    MLK Day is a symbol for something bigger than just MLK. Please don’t shlt on that bigger thing.

  37. David Mills
    aka Undercover Blackman
    Writer for the Wire
    Most famous quip
    You give me the “nightmares”
    Set his I on fire
    Retired on set
    Never sired
    Mocked those
    Who said his health was dire
    Archetype self-annihilator
    Part-time liar
    With a penchant
    To mention
    Black man
    With three dimensions
    Nothing other than
    Preaching to a choir
    Invoke a white Supremacy
    Every nigger conspire
    All black skin in
    Monolithic mofos
    Never tire
    Necklace you though
    Turn you into a frier
    Any turn towards a Friar
    Is only desired
    If his will is to live
    Preach a nigger must die here
    Undercover Blackman
    You live in my rhymes, dear…

  38. “MLK Day is a symbol for something bigger than just MLK. Please don’t shlt on that bigger thing.”

    The more I hear desolate shi+ like this, the more I think Nietzsche was right to say that the only ‘Christian’ died on the cross. To the right minded, everyday is a Christmas. From my observations, the real saints will lead solely by private example — throwing up no trace of self-serving claims to immediate public recognition. One knows it when he sees it.

    The sleazy ‘spiritual mob’ would probably even include relatively quieter figures like Thomas Merton. The enlightened will always be found relishing their powerful bouts of solitude on life’s mountaintops. N-crit is right to disparage that blak kaptain who never even learned to sail.

    Dii facientes adiuvant!

  39. Going to Eastern Europe as a “player” (read: sex tourist) is pretty fucking sleazy.

    I’ve got this horndog friend who has this weird personality that freaks most women out, so he does the “tourism” thing to Panama. Apparently, cocaine and viagra are avaialble like skittles there and prostitution is de facto legal in certain tourist areas. He pulls up a Website from this hotel next to a casino and shows me the kind of girls there, apparently it’s lots of middle class women from South America (ranging from partly-white to very white looking mestizas) who go there for a few months and make the equivalent of 5+ years of salary off Canadian, American and British guys.

    Apparently, if you’re an American or Brit just hanging out at there bar you just spontaneously meet other guys there to be your wingman/friend for the week.

  40. MLK Day is a symbol for something bigger than just MLK. Please don’t shlt on that bigger thing.

    Well, I’m not personally offended by the tales of MLK’s lewd/lascivious speech and behavior, it probably wasn’t that much worse than other leaders of the day, most of whom had at least 1 mistress. (including FDR when his health allowed)

    But once all of the FBI tapes are released it’s going to be funny to watch the liberals trying to hold his “saintly” image together, probably by accusations of the tapes being doctored. Generally speaking, the left is going to have huuuuge difficulty finding any black leader as squeaky clean (and deviously smart and patient) as Obama.

    Black people won’t be phased in the least, though. With them there’s always a pretty blurry line between preacher and pimp and they know one when they see one – and have been celebrating in fitting fashion for years:

  41. Those pics are great, Cam.

    The blacks knew MLK was a scammer faster than everyone but the jews. That’s why they have pictures of him flashing a nigger roll or wearing gold chains. Thanks.

  42. “The race to the bottom for the cheapest possible labor supply, either through mass immigration outsourcing, is most definitely an economic project “

    Yeah, I guess it would be easy to hide the goal of importing cheap, underpaid labor in the guise of a bogus racial equality mission. So that is a contradiction to my theory, I’ll grant.

    But I still maintain my oft-recurring riff that globalism can work, i.e, presides over, both racist and anti-racist societies. That it’s not so hand-in-hand with anti-racism per se.

  43. Cam, are those real promos for real black fraternity parties? Or disparaging mock ups from neo-right websites?

    Funny either way, in the outrageous sense…

  44. A Marcus Garvey or Frederick Douglass could school MLK in about any area of life. They weren’t just Cadillacin’ their Afro intentions. They forged their own momentum. BTW, those pix are great finds. If he unapologetically led the quasi-gambling life a la Tupac, we may feel alright about pouring one out for the electric catfish and his martyrdom.

  45. Cam, are those real promos for real black fraternity parties?

    I don’t think they’re from college frats, they would have a little more reverence. I think they’re just from small time DJ’s at local clubs.

    But yes, they are real. Down here you’ll hear about 2-3 of these a year causing a small uproar. Every now and then the same thing will happen and some DJ will call his party “Freaknic” on a bunch of flyers and social media and then all hell breaks loose as every reporter in the metro area descends on the story to determine if the mass chaos known as Freaknic is being restarted.

  46. “In other words, they aren’t the ones getting raped at the swimming pool.”a

    Well, figuratively speaking, many of them ARE —— how else does one explain the Amy Biehl and her family’s reaction type of cases? Multi-culti thinking, impulse, philosophy is a real and developed theory with adherents reppin’ a multitude of theories and motivations; it’s not just a dysfunctional single-minded and misguided impulse, as many alt-right blogs contend.

    It’s a deeply embedded ethos in both what constitutes the contemporary left and right in msm.

  47. I wonder how many muslim women would be allowed to hold hands with another man that’s not their husband or family member?

  48. PUA writing about EE reads out of date. I don’t put much stock in it for a number of reasons, not in the least the fact that most dudes tell tall tales.

    But the impulse to write and read about it is a product of current Western problems. Countries like Hungary have done the hard and risky work of pushing back on neoliberalism on its many fronts, so they have a lot going for them — mainly in that they simply look and function like normal, uninfested White countries. This attracts parasites.

  49. Well, figuratively speaking, many of them ARE —— how else does one explain the Amy Biehl and her family’s reaction type of cases?

    Stockholm syndrome.

    Multi-culti thinking, impulse, philosophy is a real and developed theory with adherents reppin’ a multitude of theories and motivations; it’s not just a dysfunctional single-minded and misguided impulse, as many alt-right blogs contend.

    Yes, many white people have been brainwashed into believing in such nonsense. Most alt-righters, including Jared Taylor and Richard Spencer would agree. The etiology of this mass pathological thinking is multifactorial. Most significant I think are taboos against white self-identity that emerged from WWI & WWII. And the tragic result is that whites, despite approaching single digit percentage of the world population, are the ONLY people who are disallowed a group identity, hence Richard Spencer gets banned from his ancestral homeland for saying things more innocuous than the average Paki Immam preaching in London would. And yet the double standard is even more humiliating by the fact that it is often enforced by our own people. The result is that we are psychologically crippled in a certain way that no other race can understand. The normal tribal instinct that is healthy in all other groups, is strongly taboo only for us.

    The good news is we are waking up.

  50. But I still maintain my oft-recurring riff that globalism can work, i.e, presides over, both racist and anti-racist societies. That it’s not so hand-in-hand with anti-racism per se.

    that’s the trouble with us White people. We always
    have struggled. We always have resisted alien domination. We are a race
    of conquerors, of inventors, of builders, not slaves or couch potatoes.
    We always have fought for a better future, instead of just relaxing and
    letting other people tell us what was good for us. A very troublesome
    trait, this determination to be masters of our own destiny, this
    determination to live in accord with our innate values instead of
    someone else’s, this determination to hang onto our traditions and our
    life-style and to do things our way. This troublesome trait of ours is
    really a big obstacle to the planners of the New World Order, who want
    us just to relax and not struggle while they mix us with Haitians and
    Mexican mestizos and Vietnamese to produce the nice, coffee-colored
    blend preferred by Mr. Clinton, a blend without racist traditions or
    racist habits or racist ambitions to shape our own destiny.

    So why do we not want to be blended? Why do we insist on remaining a
    race of conquerors, inventors, and builders; a race of explorers; a race
    of poets, philosophers, and dreamers; a proud race, an independent race,
    a race with our own traditions, instead of the agreeable, placid race of
    coffee-colored consumers and couch potatoes those nice Jews in the media
    and those nice politicians in Washington want us to be? And I guess that
    the best answer to that question is that that’s just the way we are.
    That’s our God-given nature, and we want to keep it. In fact, we are
    determined to keep it, and by God, we’ll send all of those who try to
    take it away from us straight to hell.

    Dr. William Pierce, 1998

  51. — The good news is we are waking up. (MGE)

    Nailed it with the entire comment. I wanted to throw in my thoughts as well but was exceptionally busy this week, had no time or focus for anything beyond reading the comments.

    — Stockholm syndrome.

    With Biehls, there is also a ‘take one for the team’ devotional or self-sacrificial aspect. We had a thread about that back at Chuck’s. Always an interesting (albeit morbid) subject to revisit. Peter Bielh died not long after shaking hands with his daughter’s killers. One wonders how it ate at him, if at all.

  52. But I still maintain my oft-recurring riff that globalism can work, i.e, presides over, both racist and anti-racist societies. That it’s not so hand-in-hand with anti-racism per se.

    Yes it can work very well for those with something to gain, not so much for others (i.e.those of European ancestry).

    But in the USA as you keep adding various minority groups we see that they are all lining up to point grievances at core Americans, the election of Obama accelerated that process quite a bit.

  53. Happy inauguration day goys!

    Ohhh, the SJW tears will flow like a mighty river today! And THANK GOD we won’t have to listen any longer to that mincing pansy Obama acting butt hurt every five minutes.

    All hail the Trumpening!!

  54. All Hail indeed!

    Here is something for all of you, esp All Your Base:

    h/t Vox Day, who writes:

    This is what winning feels like. This is what Alpha feels like. This is what Making America Great Again feels like.

    Had enough?

    I didn’t think so.

    One more hour! A new day of hope and freedom for all of us.

  55. @PA – I am honored by the excellent reference/video. I chose my handle as a sarcastic anti-nod to the progressives who would have “All Our Base” given over to their multicultural interests.

    90 mins and counting…….

  56. There’s a lot of glass smashing and other mindless “protesting” going on around the inauguration, but the press doesn’t seem very focused on it.

  57. Maybe Trickin’s constant alarmism has gotten to me but I’m still a little worried that Trump has still been paying far too much attention to idiot Hollywood critics as of late. He’s got a job to do now, no time for that stuff any more. WGAF what stupid Meryl Streep says.

  58. Bill Clinton was starstrucked. I like the fact that Hollywood hates Trump. I won’t have to see a steady stream of celebrities coming in and out of the White House.

  59. I won’t have to see a steady stream of celebrities coming in and out of the White House.

    Since 2012 it’s been a steady stream of Al Sharpton in and out of the White House.

  60. “Through our loyalty to our country, we will rediscover our loyalty to each other.

    When you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice.

    The Bible tells us, how good and pleasant it is, when God’s people live together in unity.

    We must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity.

    […]

    A new national pride will stir ourselves, lift our sights, and heal our divisions.

    It is time to remember, that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget: That whether we are Black, Brown, or White — we all bleed the same blood of patriots.”

  61. It was a hell of a speech. He clearly is ‘for real’.

    That his detractors don’t see that, that they insist on framing him as a con artist, is ridiculous.

    Trump is driven by a quest for greatness, and he knows that he is a position to go down in the history books of all time.

    And yeah vanity is always part of that. But vanity is misunderstood, and small hearts and small minds will never get that.

    A lot of talk of Racial Healing, specifically the selections quoted above. It is an interesting question — Can Americans unite (to some extent) and work together? Can we be inspired by the same dream, that has as its background our shared History?

    My criticism of the speech would be his emphasis is on rebuilding roads and related auto and avian infrastructure. Should not we be phasing away from cars and planes?

    And other such references to the marvelous future and the miracles of technology and Space and medicine.

    I am pessimistic that Progress on those fronts will be beneficial to people on the Ground. But the debate on that involves difficult and ultimately insoluble questions about the nature of energy and how it is harnessed.

  62. I think that Americans can be inspired by a similar dream. Specifically the historical peoples of America.

    White Black and Indians, and the few others that had a place. The Browns have to go, fuck them. And of course the Africans are the worst. And the Pacific Islanders.

    Trump talks about giving people work to do on the infrastructure — but how about death squads for the border patrol, and otherwise legitimizing some form of posse comitatus? That would be something that would allow for young men to have purpose.

  63. “The news people hate his speech.”

    I didn’t get that vibe. In some of the immediate post-speech spin, a few of the talking heads focused on the bits that were populism and directed at his base. But that was a brief interlude within the 20-minute or so speech.

    Here’s my recent half-ass revelation; populous GOPs, a la Reagan and now Trump, come along every 25-years or so to clean up the mess of stately-but-unreasonable mainstream dems and GOPs —– but by nature there revitalizing deeds ire the populous and they, while managing to achieve a second term —– are vilified by the end of their two-term tenure, when another vainglorious victor re-appears, a la Clinton in ’92; actually, it was pretty rare for Bush 1 to win after two Reagan terms.

    anyhow: i want border enforcement; a blue-collar middle-class to return and another gilded-age for us middle-to-upper-mid-class yups, a la I.T. boom in the early-to-mid ’90s.

    Where are you, George Gilder? We need you and your investment advice!!!

  64. peterike: “Now I wish he’d get out of there. “

    Do you mean, ‘get out of there’ for reasons of his own safety?

    I didn’t sense a dangerous vibe there; do you recall GWB’s 2000 inauguration? The crowds along the caravan route then looked like it was about to pull of a coup; they had to send tanks to clear things up completely.

    Gotta add this: I wonder how all the alt-righters and fringier sites like SBPDL.com are taking in today’s events after predicting with detail how Obama would never voluntarily leave the white house —- or, as they put it—— the ‘Halfrican House.”?

  65. I never thought that Obama would “never voluntarily leave the White House.” Many people project the Left’s amoral drive onto Obama, who’d really like nothing better than to play golf. His farewell speech came off as unprepared, rambling, very bittersweet if you’re his supporter. Not sure how all networks handled it, but the Yahoo News I was streaming (I don’t have a TV) cut away several minutes into it, and went to President Trump’s signing of the executive orders.

    As to the citizenist “unity” lines in the speech as quoted by Elk? He did that in his campaign speeches too, and they always struck me as a tack-on. Disharmonious with the meat of the speech, toward its end. His frequent references to “inner cities” — an obvious reference to welfare-class African-Americans — have an antiquated feel. Blacks don’t live in inner cities any more, they live in marked-for-death White suburbs like Ferguson.

    The heart of the speech was its stirring, high-register anti-globalization, America First rhetoric. The next two weeks will certainly reveal the substance of his program. And in the next two years, I want to see The Wall. THAT will be the measure of Trump’s greatness, to affirm Elk’s observation.

    There was a snippet of angry SJW and Black protesters in a call-and-response “whose streets? our streets!” chant. This is what it comes down to. Having a country of one’s own is a great thing as far as abstractions go. But freedom and basic human dignity is only as good as the extent to which we own our streets. I will have a post up tomorrow morning that obliquely deals with that subject.

  66. OT@Camlost: when it comes to both Pro and collegiate mishaps, in which players end up getting into some kind of domestic enbroil with their girlfriends, you think more of those happen to NAMs or whites or equal?

  67. I am not going to compare her to Michelle, because I wouldn’t want to be compared to Melania, either. She is stunningly beautiful and also very graceful. I am charmed by her, and I doubt I”m alone.

  68. @PA: I wasn’t implying you or others here were claiming Obama wouldn’t abdicate power; it was other on other blogs, such as one “Sheila,” a east-coast Jewish prep who turned into reborn Christian race realist. She and used to spar online.
    FWIW, I thought she was kooky, but God bless her; I wish only the best for “her and hers.”

  69. Nikcrit, if you caught his farewell speech, what are your thoughts? I don’t remember Reagan’s or either Bush’s, but vividly remember Clinton’s rambling and vivid unwillingness to leave the spotlight.

  70. I thought both Obama’s adieu & Trump’s coronation speech was standard quo to eloquent. I think you and others are inspired and a bit unsober in your assessments but I didnt want to rain on this blog’s parade. This is your day, etc.

    But since you asked…

  71. I’m listening to some vintage Jared Taylor recorded in 2012.. Listen to the end for the comical dindu Q&A session, that essentially boils down to “what’s your plan for us?”

    What would you make of this video in the current year, with the diversity coalition fracturing and demoralized? Could you imagine this same speech as completely non-controversial in 4 years or so?

  72. “…people hate millennials…”

    I fit that chronological bill. Many of so-called millennials’ discretionary critics have become just as much like the long-winded Brits as their younger scapegoats. Maybe more so. Life is treated as some quaggy talking point rather than a deep-rooted undertaking. Here & now we must live in a way that our heros would venerate and even pick up some heads-up things from. The best way to usher in Trump’s ballsy reign.

    The stars looked brighter last night, men. America striking ore again! Venus herself is enraptured.

    http://www.astronomy.com/news/2017/01/bluge-in-venus-atmosphere

  73. I have a few millenials in my family. One of them is a outspoken liberal. I think he may know I voted for Trump. Last time we were together, he didn’t talk to me and answered all my questions with curt one word answers. I did not attempt to talk politics with him, I just asked him about a recent trip he took. My attitude is that it is his loss. I can’t imagine he is going to be very successful in life if he can’t even make simple small talk with someone who votes differently than him.

  74. He also decided to write a long f-you letter to Trump on Facebook yesterday. It had 28 likes, and one comment. Maybe even his liberals friends thought it was a little silly.

  75. SJWs and low-T freaks have for the time being become the face of the Millennial generation. We Xers were called “slackers” in our early 20s, and that resonated with our Boomer parents, who couldn’t wrap their heads around the fact that we’re not making money and marrying. But that branding is now obsolete.

  76. Small-time shit test from America’s cunt-formist lambs today. Women’s marches. They must crave war. An ivory nod to D.C. (Deplorable Challenge): how many drinks can you get these tipsy renegade-esses to buy YOU tonite at the pub?

  77. I have a male Boomer in my extended family who is attending that march. Like most Boomers, he still thinks he is edgy and revolutionary by supporting far left causes. This guy made a ton of money in the 80’s by doing almost nothing, but still thinks he is “fighting the man.” Also, he didn’t go to ‘Nam, which is the cultural detente of that generation.

    —-

    Left wing women who tacitly support Islam, either by not criticizing it, tamping down dissent of Islam, or actively encouraging Islamification of their countries a la Merkel, reveal some uncomfortable and enduring hard truths about the nature of the sexes.

  78. This comes down to the sexes, without question. Let our malleable broads have their last shitz & giggles; it’s a wintry Saturday. But any male in attendance should be walking the plank soon. The President was kind enough to tip his hat off to our low-T lot with the provocative “same red blood” line in his speech. He should have Melania walk around with a “This is what a feminist looks like” frog-pin on her coat one of these days. I think digital ”””memes””” are filth in general, but that would be suitably hilarious.

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