President Trump’s Accomplishments In 2017

We know the President’s vision. He had spelled it out throughout the election campaign, in his inaugural address, and in Warsaw. It’s a vision of nations prevailing over globalism.

Donald Trump is a brilliant and patient long-term strategist. He’s a clean man in a system where dirt is puppet-strings and he may well be guided by God’s hand. He knows the lessons of presidents who peak too early in their first term. Example: GHW Bush after Gulf War I.

A Pastebin user has compiled a long list of the President’s accomplishments in his first year of office. I pasted them below. A link is provided with each bullet over there. What’s listed is specific, measurable actions. Trump’s meta-accomplishments, such as the discrediting of Fake News Media and inspiring White kids worldwide, to name two, are built on those Herculean one-off accomplishments.

Let’s make it a good 2018.


From Pastebin, Trump Hasn’t Done Anything:


  • Trump Cut More US Debt for Longer Period than Any President
  • 2017 Debt Growth slows
  • Q3 GDP up 3.2%
  • Government spending as % of GDP down
  • Exports 2.5yr high
  • Record 6M job openings, 6.8M Americans looking for jobs
  • Small business confidence spurring hiring and spending spree
  • Wages up 2.5%
  • Inflation 1.7%
  • Consumer confidence NOV 129.5 17yr high
  • Consumer Sentiment Up
  • Economy Reaches Its Potential Output
  • 63.1%: Participation Rate: Trump-Era High
  • Fewest Jobless Claims Since 1973
  • 2.2M jobs added since election
  • 2017 Unemployment record low in 13 States
  • Summer Youth Unemployment Lowest Since 1969
  • Black Unemployment Lowest in 17yrs
  • Hispanic Unemployment all time low
  • Unemployment to drop: lowest since 1969
  • Manufacturing Expands at Fastest Pace in 13yrs
  • Summer employers hired American, raised wages
  • Recovery Trickling Down to Least-Educated Workers
  • Median Incomes Climb- First Since 2007
  • Blue-collar wages surging
  • Job Satisfaction Highest Since 2005
  • 1.5M Fewer on Food Stamps
  • Net worth rose 1.8%
  • New-Home Sales 11yr High
  • 2017 Durable goods rose 5.4%
  • Dow: first eight-quarter winning streak in 20 years
  • Stock market powers wealth to $96.2t

Behind the Scenes

  • Trump Is Rapidly Reshaping the Judiciary.
  • Trump vs. the Deep Regulatory State
  • While eyes are on Russia, Sessions dramatically reshapes the Justice Department
  • How the CIA Is Changing Under President Trump
  • Pruitt on a mission to change the climate of the EPA
  • Trump Defied Bureaucracy to Advance Immigration Agenda
  • Trump Has Quietly Accomplished More Than It Appears
  • Trump: Keeper of Promises
  • Trump Declaration Of National Emergency Throws US Media Into Silence, And Global Elites Into Terror

Department of Homeland Security

  • Final Panel in Upgraded Border Fence Installed
  • Army Corps starts pre-construction work on border wall
  • Texas Wildlife Refuge Prepared for First Border Wall Segment
  • Bill allocates $1.6 billion for border wall
  • Border wall prototype anti-climb testing begins
  • Feds take over Texas National Guard border mission
  • Border Patrol Morale at Highest Level
  • Crossing Border Illegally Is Harder Than In 50yrs
  • Border Crossing Arrests 46yr Low
  • Memo: ICE officers have free rein
  • ICE Morale Through the Roof
  • US agency raids Indian IT firms
  • Silicon Valley Staffing Firm Charged, H1B Fraud
  • Raids target suspected gang members
  • 80% jump in illegal targets
  • New crackdown on sanctuary cities
  • ICE wants smuggling charges on leaders of sanctuary cities
  • Denver To ICE: Stop Arresting Illegal Immigrants At Courthouse. ICE To Denver: Not A Chance.
  • Colorado Deportations up 150%
  • ICE raids net 650 arrests
  • 17 Texas sheriffs approved to partner w/ICE
  • ICE crackdown scaring families back to Mexico
  • Raids turn Oregon city into ghost town
  • Self-Deportation Up 31%
  • Trump ends Obama-era delay tactics
  • ‘Extreme Vetting’ for green cards
  • DACA Renewals Drop 21%
  • Reforms To Immigration Courts

Department of Justice

  • Sex traffickers took hundreds from Thailand to US
  • Sex Trafficking Arrests Soar; MSM Ignores
  • Sessions Declares Fight Against Elite Pedophiles Top Priority
  • 238 arrested in sweep of suspected child sex predators
  • Marshalls Seek Unregistered Sex Offenders, Arrest 12
  • 84 kids rescued, 120 human traffickers arrested
  • DOJ Arrests Over 1,000 Child Sex Predators
  • DoJ takes down of AlphaBay, largest dark web market
  • Sessions announces crackdown on ‘so-called’ sanctuary cities
  • DoJ Stands by Texas’s Voter ID Law
  • Sessions bringing back the harshest sentences for drug offenses
  • Sessions reassures: No pot crackdown imminent
  • 400 medical professionals charged largest health care fraud takedown
  • Pharma CEO indicted on opioid fraud and racketeering
  • Big increase in cocaine seizures
  • Sessions’s New Civil-Forfeiture Rules
  • Four charged with leaks from Trump administration
  • DOJ conducting 27 investigations into classified leaks
  • DOJ Halts Operation Chokepoint, Which Targeting Gun Dealers
  • Fed Gun Prosecutions up 23%
  • DOJ will intervene in campus free speech cases
  • DOJ files suit against company for not hiring Americans
  • 3,800 Gang Members Charged in Operation Spanning United States and Central America
  • Sessions ask FBI for info on Uranium One
  • Sessions orders review after report Obama gave Hezbollah pass

Department of the Interior

  • Day One: Secretary Zinke Signs for Orders to Expand Access to Public Lands
  • Zinke Signs Secretarial Order To Streamline Process For Federal Onshore Oil And Gas Leasing Permits
  • Secretary Zinke Announces Boost to Wetland, Waterfowl Conservation, Access to Public Lands Through Conservation Grants, Federal Duck Stamp Funds
  • Secretary Zinke signs Secretarial Order to Support Sportsmen & Enhance Wildlife Conservation
  • Ryan Zinke plans overhaul because Interior Department employees ‘not loyal’
  • A Vision for American Energy Dominance

Department of Education

  • Campus Rape Policies Get a New Look as the Accused Get DeVos’s Ear
  • DeVos’ meetings with ‘men’s rights’ groups over campus sex assault spark controversy
  • Betsy DeVos Is Right: Sexual Assault Policy Is Broken
  • DeVos to Replace Obama-Era Sexual Assault Guidelines
  • Betsy DeVos announces huge overhaul of federal student loan system
  • Trump to pull feds out of K-12 education
  • Executive Order on Enforcing Statutory Prohibitions on Federal Control of Education
  • Education Secretary DeVos says Common Core no longer an issue for schools
  • DeVos rescinds 72 guidance documents outlining rights for disabled students
  • DeVos offers buyouts to shrink Education Department workforce
  • Education Dept to limit scope of civil rights investigations at schools

Department of Housing and Urban Development

  • Ben Carson Finds $500 Billion (Billion!) In Errors During Audit Of Obama HUD
  • HUD poised to end Obama’s illegal Section 8 housing grant scheme

Office of Management and Budget

  • Mulvaney: Obama Administration Had ‘Secret List’ of Regulations
  • Trump budget chief touts progress in rolling back regulations
  • Mick Mulvaney: Tax reform proposal coming ‘very early in the fall’
  • Mulvaney: Obama Administration Had ‘Secret List’ of Regulations
  • Trump Cut Regulations 32%
  • Mick Mulvaney on the Budget, Congressional Scorekeepers and Staying Frugal
  • Research and Development Priorities
  • CFPB Now a Deregulation Department
  • Mick Mulvaney Staffing CFPB with Trump Loyalists

Department of Energy

  • Rick Perry and the “Texas Approach” to Renewable Energy and Infrastructure
  • Rick Perry’s Plans for US Energy Dominance
  • Trump approves US-Mexico pipeline: ‘That’ll go right under the wall’
  • Oil starts gushing through controversial Dakota Access Pipeline
  • DOE Announces $6.9 Million for Research on Rare Earth Elements from Coal and Coal Byproducts
  • Perry wants DOE to support small modular nuclear reactors
  • Senate subcommittee approves $38.4B to fund ARPA-E, DOE programs in 2018
  • U.S. coal exports soar, in boost to Trump energy agenda, data shows
  • By the way, the U.S. has become the world’s dominant energy superpower
  • Rick Perry’s “baseload” study released, offers a lifeline to coal, nuclear
  • Trump Admin Proposes The Biggest Change To Electric Grid In Decades
  • Coal Production Up 7.8%

Department of State

  • Tillerson to shutter war crimes focused State Dept. office
  • It’s a bloodbath at the State Department
  • Tillerson Tightens Limits on Filling State Department Jobs
  • State Department to Offer Buyouts in Effort to Cut Staff
  • Report: Trump plans to cut foreign aid, merge State and USAID
  • Rex Tillerson, Mediating Gulf Dispute, Signs Antiterrorism Pact With Qatar
  • Rex Tillerson blasts China for hiring slaves from North Korean government
  • Tillerson to back up Trump efforts to bolster Eastern Europe against Russia
  • Tillerson on North Korea: Military action is ‘an option’
  • Trump to stop travel from countries that refuse to help Homeland Security
  • New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries
  • Trump takes more Christians than Muslim Refugees
  • Fewest Monthly Refugee Arrivals in August Since 2002
  • Trump signs order cutting refugee quota to lowest level since 1980
  • Trump Announces ‘Extreme Vetting’ Plans
  • Trump set to DEPORT 300,000 refugees

Department of Veterans Affairs

  • Trump Signs Bill to Extend Veterans Choice Program
  • Trump Administration Streamlines Veteran Medical Records
  • White House to launch veterans’ complaint hotline
  • President Donald J. Trump visits VA and signs executive order ‘Improving
  • Accountability and Whistleblower Protection at the Department of Veterans Affairs’
  • VA fires more than 500 feds under Trump, even before new accountability law
  • Trump signs VA accountability act into law, promises better care for veterans
  • VA expands telehealth access
  • How the VA Choice and Quality Employment Act of 2017 may drive civil service reform
  • Trump signs ‘Forever GI Bill,’ boosting aid to student vets
  • Trump Signs Bill to Streamline VA Disability Claims Appeals Process
  • Trump to announce new refugee admissions cap, stronger vetting rules as ban expires
  • Veteran Apprenticeship and Labor Opportunity Reform Act SIGNED
  • VA Prescription Data Accountability Act SIGNED
  • Enhancing Veteran Care Act

Commerce Department

  • U.S. Banks to Get Greater China Access (GS, MS)
  • Trade agreement clears way for Moody’s, Fitch and S&P to rate onshore bonds
  • China, U.S. reach trade agreement on beef, poultry and natural gas
  • China buys more U.S. coal, sends North Korea
  • China opens rice market for US exports for first time ever
  • First U.S. Natural Gas Shipped to Poland
  • Trump slaps tariffs on Canadian lumber imports
  • U.S. makes final finding rebar exports from Taiwan
  • United States and Mexico finalize sugar trade deal
  • Trump orders probe of China’s intellectual property practices
  • Crude oil shipment from Texas opens new vistas in India-U.S. ties
  • Argentina agrees to allow first U.S. pork imports in 25 years
  • Companies behind Trump’s $250 billion China deal

Department of Defense

  • Mattis: ‘Annihilation Tactics’ Being Used Against ISIS
  • ISIS leader ‘admits DEFEAT in Iraq and orders militants to flee or kill themselves in suicide attacks’
  • ANALYSIS: ISIS facing knockout punch in Raqqa after losing Mosul
  • 95 percent of the territory ISIS once controlled in Iraq and Syria is now liberated
  • Mattis decides to withhold U.S. cash from key Pakistani military fund
  • US, Gulf countries form new group to stem flow of terror financing
  • James Mattis threatens to ‘moderate’ US backing for Nato over budgets
  • NATO weighs new counterterrorism post following Trump’s demands
  • U.S. Cyber Command will be elevated to a “Unified Combatant Command”
  • Pentagon: Trump-Era Rules Allow First U.S.-Afghan Forces Strike on Taliban Drug Labs
  • Officials Announce First DoD-Wide Audit

Small Business Administration

  • SBA Administrator McMahon leading agency by ‘effective and efficient’ example
  • U.S. Small Business Administration opens assistance center
  • SBA chief Linda McMahon talks loan process, role in youth jobs during Baltimore visit

Department of Transportation

  • Trump Lays Out Plan to Privatize Air Traffic Control System
  • President Trump Announces “Massive Permit Reform” Push
  • Trump Signs Order Rolling Back Environmental Rules on Infrastructure

United Nations

  • Haley Tells Congress US Assuming More Assertive Role at UN
  • Nikki Haley defends Trump’s doctrine of diplomatic chaos
  • Haley cheers cuts to UN peacekeeping: ‘We’re only getting started’
  • UN Security Council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea
  • U.S. walks away from UN migration agreement
  • Nikki Haley Threatens the UN
  • US secures $285M cut in UN budget

Treasury Department

  • Tax reform shocker: the White House actually has a plan
  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Just Laid Out a Pathway for Social Security Benefits to Be Cut
  • Trump sides with Mnuchin on debt ceiling strategy
  • Treasury to call for rolling back banking regulations
  • U.S. wants free but fair and balanced trade: Mnuchin

Department of Health and Human Services

  • Tom Price: CBO’s health insurance projections are significantly off
  • HHS analysis finds Cruz amendment lowers premiums, boosts enrollment
  • The Trump administration is using Obamacare marketing dollars to attack Obamacare
  • HHS to Rescind Birth Control Mandate in Obamacare
  • Trump clears way for ObamaCare ‘alternatives’
  • Trump will end health care cost-sharing subsidies

Environmental Protection Agency

  • President Trump’s executive order will undo Obama’s Clean Power Plan rule
  • EPA’s Pruitt moves to roll back over 30 environmental regulations in record time
  • Statement by President Trump on the Paris Climate Accord
  • Trump’s EPA To Repeal Obama’s ‘Waters Of The US’ Rule
  • EPA chief says administration to roll back Obama’s clean power plan
  • EPA to block scientists who get agency funding from serving as advisers

Shots of Wisdom, Part 8

Absinthe. Public mood during the 1999 bombing campaign of Serbia was a touch uneasy. How do you stop good men from marching off to kill for global usury? ‘Nam-era “baby-killer” shaming is one way. Except this time, it wouldn’t be hippies casting judgment.

Alternatives. It wrecks the neoliberal program, to let people see countries that are all-White and also prosperous and sanguine. Such images give you ideas, citizen, that there is an alternative to Diversity.

Animals. When the plug is pulled on third world’s population bubble, it will be to save the megafauna.


Asylum. For the sake of the Boers, bring them all in or none because emigration of some will only make life harder for the ones left behind.

Consent. Her hindbrain brings her to your room, her forebrain (duh — what else would it do) withholds consent. There’s the rub. By natural law, being alone with you is consent. There is no such thing as Alpha when she had to say Yes twice.

Furies. Women are clawing out Weinstein’s eyes. It’s our femme-collective’s barfing out the uncorked decades of sludge.

Liberation. Should the DPRK ever join the so-called international community, the timing of such a liberation will be potentially catastrophic for its younger men. “Foreign sex tourists and beta-bucks will come sniffing around. Make them afraid.”

President Reagan. In a haiku:

California pride,
grandeur, rushing time, Hinckley.
Bye, California

Restraint. The degree of bystanders’ reluctance to beat a subdued jihad-driver to death is a measure of the tyranny under which they live.

Scarcity. One discovers new frontiers in Boomer-Hate after two hours in Urgent Care with a child in acute distress, listening to the doctor in the adjoining exam room attending to an old, fat woman fussing about her imaginary chest pains.

Time. A high school summer lasted forever. The twenties were an endless arc across the sky. Thirties came and went, the gas pedal pressed down on the forties. I’m told that fifties feel even shorter.

This Land Is Your Land… Driving through Southern countryside, hunters’ trucks parked at the edge of the woods and little homes every now and then. “What would you think about living here?” “We’d be miserable here. If you move, you want it to be where our roots are, or to a place where nobody has any roots.”

Unexpected. I fixed a cold look on a comely, alabaster-skinned woman in a head scarf and her husband. This I didn’t see coming: she smiled at me with the warmth of a woman in love.

What’s on your mind? I like walking, so I walked five miles to meet a friend at a pub. This was at the height of last summer. Things were heavy after Charlottesville and there was an eclipse coming. At first, the heavy clouds to my south looked like they will pass me, but they were getting closer and blacker, taking on the greenish tinge one sees before a tornado. I walked in just as the downpour hit.

My friend arrived by car at the same time, as planned. We sat at a table by the window, with the thunderous pounding of the rain drowning out the conversation. He was in as somber a mood as I was that day. Our waitress stopped for a bit of small talk and shuddered, looking through the window. If anyone had asked me what’s on my mind, I’d have thought about if briefly and said: ___


Here is Part 7 with its own loosely unifying theme.

And Part 9.

“He is everywhere”

Thoughts from Anonymous Conservative on the miracle at the Battle of Long Island, which allowed George Washington’s forces to avoid annihilation:

My own suspicion is God enters the world to offer his support most in our worst moments, when everything is at risk of falling down. You don’t see such accounts of God’s interventions in the Roaring Twenties, or the Dot-com boom. He wasn’t seen much on such a grand scale in the fifties, just as the eighties were not filled with such accounts of being rescued from doom by divine providence. But when the smoke is in the air and blood is spraying, or just dark moments are about that seem unable to be resolved any other way, the curtain can be lifted, and people will see behind it.

He’s talking about things I’ve seen as well.



via Breitbart:


Happy Christmas (inspired by J. Lennon)

Here’s my humble rewrite of John Lennon’s classic. “Rotherham,” as at some point I learned, is pronounced as a two-syllable ROTH’rm. Play the original record and sing along:

Happy Christmas, Sweden
Happy Christmas, Germany

So this is Christmas
In Nice and Cologne
An aching hangover
Dispossessed of our home

And so this is Christmas
In King Herod’s land
While Merkel sows evil
Mary cradles her Son

A very merry Christmas
And a happy new year
Let’s make it a good one
With lampposts and rope

And so this is Christmas
– snow is falling [backing chorus, with each verse onward]
Manchester and Rome
– Europe’s calling
Barcelona and Oslo
– Reconquista
The world is so wrong
– nah, ah, ah, now

And so happy Christmas
Are we ready to fight
For Dublin and Rotherham
In Stockholm tonight

A very merry Christmas
And a happy new year
Let’s make it a good one
With lampposts and rope

Praise God this Christmas
Helsinki, Lisbon
Berlin, and in Athens
New morning has begun

And so happy Christmas
I send you my cheer
Hold on to your dearest
May God rest John’s soul

A very merry Christmas
And a happy new year
Let’s make it a good one
With lampposts and rope

Snow is falling, Europe’s calling
na-ah, ah, now
Happy Christmas!

Kinesics Is Real

Europeans are from Mars. Whites at a rock concert spontaneously nod their heads and pump their fists like warriors to cadence. Africans are differently wired. When they pick up a beat, things get pelvic. Physiognomy reveals character, as do patterns of innate bodily motion and gesture when scaled up to define a population. Kinesics reveal the neurological substrate — the material expression of the spirit itself — of every subspecies:


The Roman salute has its origins in security protocols, the display of a weaponless hand when a superior is approached. It evolved into an affirmation of esprit de corps. In European military tradition, the general will return the private’s salute, a transcendance of mammalian law that all but the apex males be slaves or outcasts.


The straight-arm salute feels ennobling to us because it expresses our nature. Feet on solid ground, eyes on the beyond.



There is no need to be distracted by Germany’s ill-fated run at imperialism. Here are American schoolchildren making the Bellamy Salute in the 1940s:


East Asians

Looking inward for strength:


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South Asians

. . .

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Matrilocal, in more ways than one:




On their happy day:


A Simple Poem

But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil. — Matthew 5:37

I put Zbigniew Herbert’s (1924 – 1998) original “Kołatka” (Knocker) line-by-line with my English translation for ease of following along with the music. Unlike Przemysław Gintrowski’s musical interpretation of various poets’ usually grim subjects, this one is bright like a sunrise:

Są tacy, którzy w głowie  /  There are those who in their heads
hodują ogrody  /  cultivate gardens
a włosy ich są ścieżkami  / their hair is paths that lead
do miast słonecznych i białych  / to white sunlit cities

łatwo im pisać  /  they write with ease
zamykają oczy  /  they close their eyes
a już z czoła spływają  /  and from their foreheads flow
ławice obrazów  /  shoals of images

moja wyobraźnia  /  my imagination
to kawałek deski  /  it’s a piece of a board
a za cały instrument  /  and for an instrument
mam drewniany patyk  /  I have a wooden stick

uderzam w deskę  /  I strike the board
a ona mi odpowiada  /  and it replies
tak – tak  /  yes – yes
nie – nie  /  no – no

innym zielony dzwon drzewa  /  for others the green ringing of trees
niebieski dzwon wody  /  the blue ringing of water
ja mam kołatkę  /  I have a knocker
od niestrzeżonych ogrodów  /  to unprotected gardens

uderzam w deskę  /  I strike the board
a ona podpowiada  /  and it suggests
suchy poemat moralisty  /  the moralist’s dry poem
tak – tak  /  yes – yes
nie – nie  /  no – no


Black (In)Gratitude

I always appreciate Camlost’s insight into teh blax. My favorite was his earlier observation, perhaps a hyperbole or perhaps not, of how White oversight is all that keeps black schools from devolving to everyone, including teachers, stripping and grinding in the halls. He also sheds light on the misconception that blacks are ungenerous:

Contrary to popular belief, blacks are extremely generous – they readily give away everything to family and friends without regard to tomorrow. The main thing that keeps black household wealth so low is that blacks who start to get ahead are constantly strapped down with the financial burden of loaning money to friends – even white collar blacks with degrees. (** Obama and our resident music critic are obvious exceptions)

Of course all that generosity comes easy when you don’t work that hard or invest sweat equity in endeavors that only have long range payoff. Blacks just want the white folks (and the government) to be an open piggy bank $$$ for others in that same black way, but under that African economic scenario nobody works hard and creates wealth.

And not sure what you mean by “cliquey”, but blacks generally want to mix their genes quite freely with everyone, they’ve got nowhere to go but upwards. And blacks have zero notion of good breeding and good graces and don’t form into social classes or self- stratify by occupation, education or tastes – that’s only a feature of complex patriarchal societies. The closest they come to “class” is when the lighter and mentally brighter mulattos start to rise to the top in black-run countries (this especially happens in the Carribbean).

And blacks aren’t very “exploitative” as things like colonialism or natural resource extraction generally require 2 steps of planning.

Point taken on black generosity. On the other hand, there is “black gratitude.” Perhaps the main reason I’m not a liberal is because it would be too much of a chore to constantly defer to this kind of a political ally:


A lot of money, resources, and power has already been turned over, with nary a thank-you (sic). Camlost points out that collective black American spending power is at more than $1 trillion in the United States:

If taken alone that would make black America 15th in the world amongst countries. Because of their predilection for luxury goods and services $$, blacks in America have a level of discretionary/entertainment $$ footprint far bigger than all of the whites in countries as big as Poland or Australia.

Can confirm. I once saw a monstrously bovine black woman loading a mountain of Bed Bath & Beyond merchandise into her late-model minivan. I wondered, what real-value economic system could possibly justify compensating her with this level of material comfort?

Also speaking of black (in)gratitude in the bigger context of r-selection: I find Anonymous Conservative’s r/K theory of politics persuasive and fascinating, though I’m only superficially familiar with it. I asked him:

What fascinates me, is that r’s punish K’s acquiescence with their demands. For example, they heap incremental abuse on western Europeans for each incremental gesture of generosity.

I tend to project, in error, my K-selected mentality onto rabbits. His reply reminded me that liberals (r-selected people) relate to life very differently than I do:

It is amygdala acclimatization. As they get used to you giving them one thing, that becomes normal, and soon they are demanding two. If you give two, that is normalized after a while, and soon they demand three. We’ve seen it for ages. We say give an inch and they take a mile. That is amygdala acclimatization, but nobody sees the mechanism, which is just like the addiction effect. Give a shot of heroin, and soon you need that to feel normal, and two to feel good. Same thing.

Makes no sense to K’s, who expect the worst, and are grateful for any relief.

It’s easy to make fun of blacks, America’s second-worst ingrates. It is also the necessary because they are given so much, on negative merit, and at such cost to the giver — yet our society is organized around the principle of black victimhood, and so much destruction flows from that lie.

Please Stop Doing That

Creating or forwarding memes that show a dark-skinned killer’s portrait next to that of his innocent White female victim.

Kate Steinle was not Nicole Simpson. Don’t corrupt her memory. Interracial proximity is repulsive in person and no less so as a posthumously implied relationship.

Think about it — what if the girl were someone in your life? You would find the pairing obscene, like a clown-world engagement announcement.

A ‘Nam Flashback

No, not my PTSD. Before my time. But we still wore those steel-pot helmets in Army basic training in the late 1980s. The conflict over Vietnam is fading from memory, its echo in popular consciousness being Forrest Gump, which ventured to reconcile the hippie and the soldier.

Where are the Flower Children today? The 1979 musical Hair sets the ’60s revolution to sometimes pretty good songs. The revolution itself was a convergence of several vectors:

  • The ascendance of a Jewish elite
  • Frankfurt School’s cultural Marxism
  • Domestic intelligence programs
  • Soviet subversion (see Yuri Bezmenov on YouTube)
  • The unwillingness of young people to be drafted
  • The Pill and the consequent loosening of sexual morals
  • At-remove sentimentality about blacks
  • Prosperous nation’s urge to barter away its posterity’s birthright for a mess of fake virtue.

It was all those things, but the Sixties wouldn’t have happened if the visible part of its program weren’t presented to appeal to the virtues and vices of ordinary people. The scenes from Hair in the video below are a snapshot of the decade’s human side. In the film, Claude Bukowski is a conscripted farm boy who sneaks away from his Army training center to see his girlfriend. His civilian hippie friend George Berger puts on a uniform to cover for Claude in a headcount, only to get swept up in an unexpected deployment and ultimately to die in the war. There is a visually arresting scene of young soldiers, the hapless Berger among them, marching into the C-130s followed by a panorama of headstones at Arlington National Cemetery.

Then, massive peace protests in Washington, DC. They look wholesome by today’s standards because it’s all healthy American faces. The Confederate flag was still part of the big family. However liberated they were — and as the subsequent century will have shown, morbidly selfish — a generation rightfully did not want themselves and their friends fed to the war machine for no discernible reason.


Was there any point to 58,000 American men getting killed in a localized Asian conflict? If you asked one them, he’d probably tell you something disagreeable. For example, the wounded young sergeant in this CBS footage of an ambush might have offered a few words about serving your country. The firefight begins at 1:47:

Embedded CBS reporter:

… and the medic, having survived another rescue mission, brings back the wounded man. “Who is it? who is it?” — the question spreads down the line. “Oh Christ, it’s Hero, the sergeant who likes to walk point.”

Not feeling any pain while in shock, the wounded NCO answers a few of the reporter’s questions while awaiting medevac. His low-key gallantry is not unique to the better element of some past generation. There are videos from Iraq and Afghanistan with Millennials similar to him. My high school friend’s much younger brother served in both operations. He was a good-natured kid as an early-teen, and he’s a good-natured Devil Dog with stories now.

Imagine when that White warrior love of fight meets a leader that points to proper targets. For example, one can dream of a God Emperor who impossibly wins an election, then rips the civic mask off a transnational anti-White dictatorship, baits every snake and rat to expose itself, lights a fire under (((Pedowood’s))) ass, and then … makes fireworks over the swamp and orders brave Americans to take back their own country.

Eh, that’s crazy talk.


The True Meaning Of Diversity

Aesthetic violence.”

LeShitlourde agrees with Heartiste:

What a salient way to express this sentiment. No one has a disgust reflex anymore.

The major reason I don’t want to live around blacks isn’t because I fear them killing me. It’s because I don’t want to have my auditory senses constantly assaulted by croaking coon jabber 24/7, or have to deal with the smell of stinky jungle odor and burnt hair, or listen to their shitty tribe music.

Same goes for all minorities. I don’t want to smell caustic curry body odor on public transport, or have some gook down the hall stinking up the apartment complex with some disgusting fried sea-insect that they’re eating that night.

To me, this is the reality of diversity. Constantly subconsciously on edge because I can smell, hear, and see that I am surrounded by people that are not my own. I would trade so many of the conveniences of modern life to not feel like my country is being occupied, used and ruined.

Everybody has heard of Robert Putnam’s 2007 study about ethnic diversity decreasing social trust. I finally read the whole thing. Being a liberal who was unhappy with the revelations of his own study, Putnam pads the paper with “optimism” about diversity’s long-term prospects that ring false ten years later.

The paper was published before Obama’s two terms and their state-sponsored black lawlessness, the fanning out of negative-value boarders like Somalis throughout the country, the recent developments in Europe, and the amplification of anti-White rhetoric from the liberal establishment — all of which have shown diversity to be a weapon of war rather than some natural and ultimately benign development. With the past decade’s changes in social mood, people dismiss Putnam’s bromides, such as this one, as nonsense:

As we have more contact with people who are unlike us, we overcome our initial hesitation and ignorance and come to trust them more.

Putnam’s study includes a graph that, consistent with his anti-diversity conclusions, positively correlates the homogenity of a geographic region in the United States with the self-reported level of interracial trust. And way up in the upper-right corner of the graph, is the zero-diversity rural South Dakota and its almost literally off-the-chart professed love of diversity. The figure could have been titled “Ignorance is Bliss.”

Indeed. Whites are divided into those who are “knowing” and “ignorant” of diversity. A person with little experience outside of a homogeneous community would in fact go out of his way to be nice to an ostensibly non-threatening vibrant. After all, human experience differentiates between guests and invaders. But those who are contaminated with the knowledge of diversity will react differently to the sight of a brown face in a White space, possibly even with suppressed homicidal revulsion, because what they see is a scouting party.


What Putnam neglected to include in his paper, which is why LeShitlourde had to fill in that part, is that aside from the geopolitics of White genocide, diversity looks ugly, it sounds ugly, and it smells bad.

I have a million stories about diversity and the freedom from it. I once flew to Tampa and felt my tension melt away while dealing with an all-White staff of a car rental business. Then approaching the Skyway Bridge, I saw that the toll booth attendant is an older White fellow. Completely unburdened, at this point, of that on-edge feeling I shoulder daily and seeing that there are no cars behind me, I had a friendly chat with him.

Everybody needs a place to rest
Everybody wants to have a home
Don’t make no difference what nobody says
Ain’t nobody like to be alone
— Bruce Springsteen

(Here is Putnam’s study).