The Numbers

“Lies, damned lies, and statistics.”

“Numbers don’t lie.”

Which of the two quips is true of Ann Coulter’s March 13th column, Trump by the Numbers?

I haven’t written off this administration. Four reasons for that. One: his appearance on the primaries scene in 2015 that humiliated the ruling class and their cuckservative collaborators. Two: his astounding, and some would say providential, 2016 election victory that inspired the world. With the perspective of time, those two things alone will be understood as revolutionary. Three: I don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes, which is where the real action’s at. It’s impossible to tell whether Trump is beaten or selling out, or dismantling the enemy’s infrastructure, or playing possum, or buying off the adversary. Opinions are abundant but those are just opinions. Four: his first term isn’t over yet. The overthrowing of predatory globalism isn’t over yet. The 21st century has barely begun.

On the other hand, morale is low. See Ann Coulter’s numbers. A normal person cannot listen to his leader call for more legal immigration and not lose some of his faith in the future. The United States is observably becoming more, not less, invaded. It’s a testament to the malaise, that the only event over the past year to disspell Western man’s despair over his destiny, to alleviate his feeling of political impotence, to pump a shot of testosterone into his veins, was the past weekend’s operation on the opposite side of the world.

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58 thoughts on “The Numbers

  1. Put yourself in his shoes – you are an anti-establishment president surrounded by establishment people. Talk about being hamstrung. He’s done a great job with the economy by lifting regulations. He has ‘diffused’ the Nork situation (but not completely). If he were a dictator, he could certainly just sign a bunch of EO’s and make things happen. But he can’t – he MUST do things BY THE BOOK, or he will get strangled even worse. Yes, i see a dip in morale, but I have hope that things will change. Soon.

  2. It’s getting easier and easier to blackpill on DJT, especially seeing men like Orban and Salvini make solid progress. Cole’s piece at Taki’s today also critiques Ann’s screed, particularly noting that the second two years will be worse. He’s rid of the cuck-traitors Ryan and McStain but gained a Dem controlled House. Jarvanka are still as embedded as ever, and Bannon is long gone.
    An EO to kill birthright citizenship would have been a worthwhile gesture even if the lower courts stymied it.
    Nancy backing down on impeachment chatter shows they’ve either got absolutely nothing, or just enough on Trump (or more likely, Junior) to confidently let him bleat and Tweet without accomplishing anything.

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  4. Trump has been disappointing, but how could he be anything else? Unless he started pushing illegals into the sea (you know, the way I would), he was going to disappoint. But the forces arrayed against him are legion. Let’s compare.

    Obama issues some Executive fiat on immigration that is CLEARLY and OBVIOUSLY not within his Constitutional authority. What happens? The bureaucracy immediately begins to implement it. The Republicans say nothing. Media cheers the “compassion.” And for some reason, there’s no Conservative judge in Hawaii that says it must stop. Obama gets what he wants.

    Trump issues some Executive fiat on immigration that is CLEARLY and OBVIOUSLY directly WITHIN his Constitutional authority.What happens? The media goes crazy. The Democrats scream bloody murder. And in five minutes, some Liberal judge in Hawaii blocks it. Trump doesn’t get what he wants.

    Now, what Trump should do is tell the judge to f-off and order the bureaucracy to enforce it anyway. But Trump isn’t really a rebel. He believes in the rules. So it goes to court, and slowly works its way along. Meanwhile, immigration status quo remains, and the flood continues.

    In fact, just today Trump won an immigration decision from the Supreme Court, on some stupid minor point that he had EVERY authority to impose and should have been unquestioned. But yeah, some Liberal court blocked the ruling and it finally ended up winning in the Supreme Court, at 5 to 4! This is for something CLEARLY within Trump’s Constitutional authority that any legitimate Court would have approved 9-0. But the three Liberals and the Jewish Corpse don’t care a fig about “muh Constitution.” They are about political power and vote that way 100% of the time. Simple. That’s why they win.

    Trump faces this kind of opposition on every single thing he wants to do that doesn’t fit the GloboHomoZio agenda. Orban and Salvini don’t have that “muh Constitution” mind set, which Trump does. I can only hope if he wins a second term, that then he just goes postal. Hillary should be in jail. That’s dead simple and obvious to any honest observer. She’s not, though, and she’s probably not worried about it, either.

  5. Hey PA long time no see glad your blog is still up.

    Unfortunately I gotta say I’ve taken the Anglin pill regarding Trump; I can’t help but see him as a hopeless Boomer. I don’t live in America but I was still kind of swept up in the furor of the 2016 elections; I viewed the guy with cautious optimism. But not anymore, the dude cucked hard af. I don’t claim to be a strategic mind on par with Klausewitz, and I’ve often been accused of being the type of person to pound a square peg in a round hole with brute force, but whenever I hear of this “4D chess” crap I can’t help but roll my eyes. At some point you gotta “bustamove” as Heartiste would say.

    I’ve been told the presidency actually has little power in the US compared to the other branches, but look at Salvini; the guy isn’t even the head of the state and look how much he accomplished! (he reminds me of Mussolini, one of my favorite politicans ever 🙂 He didn’t do that by capitulating to his enemies; you don’t capitulate to your enemies, not even a tiny bit, not even in the hopes of achieving a bigger victory. I don’t believe in that. At most, one can be ambivalent, but don’t fucking come out and say you need more legal immigration than ever! Leaders throughout history didn’t get stuff done by playing possum.

    Hate to sound like a shitlib, but I’m sure glad Trump is #notmypresident

  6. @peterike

    While your argument does lift some of the blame from Trump’s shoulders I think it also leads to the following conclusion;

    The “presidency” of the United States is a complete fucking farce; a sham. It’s not like Obama had more power as a president, it’s that he danced for the Deep State like a monkey so they approved all his shit (read; their shit). And since the judicial branch is appointed, that leads me to believe a political solution is just not possible in the US of A.

    The judicial branch in particular seems to have an absurd amount of power, seriously how can any red-blooded man regardless of color or creed or whatever be ok with the idea of someone like Ruth Bader Ginsburg having the final say on the law of the land? The entire concept of the judicial branch is fucking absurd. In Hungary we had a king named Matthias who we really love. He was famous for traveling throughout his kingdom in disguise as a commoner to root out and punish corrupt judges. I’m not sure how much of that is true but I love the concept.

  7. I hear what you guys are saying about Trump’s hands being tied. No argument from me.

    One comment, and one question about his behavior under these conditions.

    The Comment: at some point, HE MUST level with the people and tell them exactly what he knows, everything he knows. No cryptic Q-style nonsense, no vague generalities like Eisenhower’s “military-industrial complex.” He must explode the very legitimacy of this country’s political system by telling us the truth about everything. If the elites kill children for some perverse rites by the thousands, name names. Tell everything. And for God’s sake, no ignoble lies to “preserve the public’s faith in their system” nonsense because that ship had long ago sailed. Everybody with a brain can see that America is genociding its own White people and Trump, should he fail, must shine the sun on all of that. And if he can, start an armed insurrection.

    The Question: even with his problems with the hostile bi-party system, does he really need to go so much above-and-beyond in his cucking on legal immigration and full-gibs for Israel, nothing for heritage America? This is why I’m undecided between (1) he’s a liar/cuck/beaten and (2) it’s subterfuge.

    — I can only hope if he wins a second term, that then he just goes postal.” — peterike

    That’s my hope as well.

    I think that Trump’s biggest mistake was his failure to support the AltRight after Charlottesville. Secondarily, his complete silence about the violent attacks against his supporters at his rallies. He should have been going full-flamethrower on that bullshit. Instead, he tweets about “beautiful Latino communities.” And he barely said a damn thing about Nick Sandmann, a legal child who received coordinated death threats from half of the country for wearing Trump’s own goddamned hat. OK, he tweeted something twice, the first time misspelling the young man’s name.

    The result of his inaction on behalf of his supporters is that we don’t trust him to have our backs, should we stick out our necks. Before Charlottesville, we’d all have enthusiastically gone to civil war for him.

    — I can’t help but see him as a hopeless Boomer. I don’t live in America but I was still kind of swept up in the furor of the 2016 elections; I viewed the guy with cautious optimism. But not anymore, the dude cucked hard af. — HungarianPatriot

    I’m halfway there in my attitude. The other half of me is still waiting and watching.

    — you don’t capitulate to your enemies, not even a tiny bit, not even in the hopes of achieving a bigger victory. I don’t believe in that. At most, one can be ambivalent, but don’t fucking come out and say you need more legal immigration than ever!

    Agreed.

  8. Under a literal interpretation, a truly “revolutionary” act brings one back to an exact same starting point. “We” who desire ascension, reject “revolution” and the redundancy implicit to returning to a previous beginning. OTOH, under the liberated interpretation, “revolutionary” is an “ascending,”’ ie., a “progression.”

  9. He must explode the very legitimacy of this country’s political system by telling us the truth about everything.

    That would be the greatest “fire side chat” in history! I can see it now….

    Hello America. Great country. Great country. But trouble. Lots of trouble, what a mess. Let’s see… where to start. So, you know who did 9/11? Israel. The Mossad. You know who killed JFK? Israel. The Mossad. You know who killed RFK? Israel. The Mossad. Henceforth, America is cutting off all ties with Israel, confiscating all Israeli assets held in America, and revoking any American citizenship from dual citizens. You have one week to get to Israel or go to jail.

    Now, about the Federal Reserve…

  10. Off-topic but; PA do you ever see yourself moving back to Poland? I myself can’t wait to move back to Hungary. Should be able to buy a small farm somewhere on the outskirts of Szeged before I’m 25.

    @thordaddy
    What about people who believe in reincarnation (Varg Vikernes-stlye)? In that view, returning to a previous beginning is not only desirable, but inevitable. It kind of makes sense when you look at how history moves in cycles. I think the modern industrial world and modern Western civilization as such, is a mistake. It makes people weak. I think that’s my main point of disagreement with the Anglin-types who say that the future of mankind (whites in particular) is among the stars.

  11. If Trump went out in a blaze and blew the lid off all this Deep State conspiracy shit Alex Jones-style, that would more than redeem him in my eyes. Come to think of it, he should do it on Joe Rogan’s podcast and have Alex on as a special guest. They could all do DMT before the show lmao

  12. If Trump went out in a blaze and blew the lid off all this Deep State conspiracy shit Alex Jones-style, that would more than redeem him in my eyes. Come to think of it, he should do it on Joe Rogan’s podcast and have Alex on as a special guest. They could all do DMT before the show lmao.

  13. — Hello America. Great country. Great country. But trouble. Lots of trouble, what a mess.

    I could see and hear him saying exactly that!

  14. Back when the Trump storm was happening and anyone who didn’t get on board seemed suspiciously cynical; my hopeful opinion was that Trump might be soul-motivated to be the great man of history.

    Such a motivation seemed in his character. But I never knew the guy, beyond his public appearances.

    Anyone who has children and or family that they cannot bear to see killed, can be compromised. Somebody made a screenplay style drama post about how the Deep State might have brought into a closed circuit basement room beneath the Pentagon, an Ivanka doppelgänger and made Trump to watch her get killed.

    Boom! and just like that, Trump is owned.

    Now is the time to predict what will happen re the rest of his term and his candidacy. My prediction is that he will continue to cuck and cuck some more. That he will do NOTHING to go against the cucking. At most throwaway tweets to his so-called base. Who is his base now?

    But in the final: If Trump can continue to put on a halfway good face, he is a very strong candidate. And being the incumbent, is likely to win. People will vote for him. I will be voting for Yang.

  15. Generation Z is a worldwide phenomenon. How can it not be? Sixth-grade school girls in Argentina make a naughty salute.

    “”””””Fellow Argentinians”””””” named Klinger and Horovitz offered their recommendation on what should be done about it, but the education ministry (gasp! a government that protects its own people!) stated that no punishment will be given to the students involved.

    https://conlagentenoticias.com/preocupacion-en-cordoba-por-saludo-nazi-en-una-escuela/

  16. Cogent analysis, Elk. This is easy to forget three years later: “my hopeful opinion was that Trump might be soul-motivated to be the great man of history.”

    Big time.

    I’ve heard a version of that hypothetical “Ivanka doppelgänger” scenario. To sperg-literal on this, where would they have found a tall, leggy, striking blonde in her thirties and just disposed of her like that? Buy-in from her elite-aspiring family, or maybe they lured and dolled-up a meth addict from Oklahoma?

    A counterpoint to this ownage speculation: if Trump was going in to strike the proverbial king, he certainly wasn’t doing it alone and without decades of preparation and he had to have had safeguards in place because he’d have to have known how the game is played. So goes the logic that rests on unknowns.

    I’ll add, since emotion of every kind has accompanied the Trump phenomenon from the beginning: it is now very much emotionally satisfying to express disappointment with him. Rightly or wrongly, we shall see. We shall see a lot, regardless.

  17. “To sperg-literal on this…”

    Tall, leggy, striking blondes are found in abundance at a cohort of vintage clothing stores in Portland & Providence, Rhode Island. ‘Fair coasts attract the dimes; bare mountains draw in the prime.’

    That said, the doppelgängers generally can’t handle their liquor; opting instead for sparkling water during tea-time or happy hour.

  18. Ah, finally a blog not spammed. . .

    I’ve been thinking about Trump and his presidency as of late, definitely disappointed with how he’s “sounding.” The kicker for me was at two of his rallies earlier in the year (well, scratch that, the first was mentioned at the SOTU) was talking about eradicating AIDS. I thought, “where the hell did that come from? I didn’t sign up for this”

    I think he’s just getting tired. Being president ages a person and at least he’s done enough to not appear tired (look at how much both Dubya and Barry aged just in their first term alone). He’s probably delegating too much and seems to be in an automated hibernation mode.

    I’m currently reading The Art of the Comeback and while not as good as Art of the Deal, Trump lists some regrets about why he even needed a comeback and one of them was he lost focus.

    Here’s hoping he remembers those lessons. His focus regarding his campaign agenda is gone.

  19. I read Art Of The Deal in high school and thought it was a good book. But if you read it, there was not trace of what the future would hold for Donald J. Trump. I wonder if he was thinking about these political actions now, back then, or if it just occurred to him as retirement age approached.

  20. The establishment is hitting back hard but the Daily Stormer comment section is up and accessible with Tor. They have strongly recommended that dissident right-ers up their opsec and specifically use Tor.

    On the topic of gunslingergregi. Not to single him out, but as a case study. He feels that he has something to say and contribute; to the world and online. But the blog commenting format doesn’t work for him. It can be fun to write about your own journey and stuff, but since everyone has his own problems, it doesn’t make sense that anyone will pay much attention.

    Out in the world today I crossed paths w/ two somali youngbloods and it was a hostile eye contact thing, in a sense that it wasn’t before last week. It’s fucked up now and a bridge has been crossed. The toll that it takes, having to deal with potential hostiles, every time stepping out the door.

    Liberalism and associated attitudes are what squares cognitive dissonance; w/ enough liberalism someone can pretend that they have a place, that they some dignity, or something. Just spitballing here.

  21. Involuntary Neonatal Genital Reduction Assignment Procedure; for Boys

    is back on the menu, boys! courtesy of our man from Szechuan, Andrew Yang, who bravely spoke out against it, and was called an anti-semite by John Podhoretz, whose twitter feed appears may be down.

    Podhoretz got chewed up for his tweet and now it’s gone. Not only is this everyone’s (least) favorite topic, it’s a good example of why the jews are evil and why they need removed from all positions of power and influence.

    The twitter thread was pretty good. That topic creates odd alliances and enemies. I have suggested many many times, that it is a very useful lever with which to get people to think about what jews are. However, the jews themselves are victims of it too, and they know this and play both sides. As always it’s complicated.

  22. On the topic of gunslingergregi.

    Looks like CH has finally clamped down on him. Nothing new from gregi himself, as he’s in the opposite time zone and would be commenting in high gear by now. Also, his flood of comments from under the Fraser Anning post is getting zapped. Gregi is a good guy. It’s not good for him to type into his phone all day long.

    As to other characters there, I’ve had some fun with the weirdo Arsitrachus. I’ll leave him be though, out of pity. Something’s not right with someone who posts walls of dialectic and includes such asides:

    (I say this from a detached position: Since I myself never intended to stay here for too long, I “DGAF” about this site or what happens to it. I’m not invested.)

    He does make good comments sometimes.

  23. These are the four definitions of a medical procedure, according to wiki:

    “An activity directed at or performed on an individual with the object of improving health, treating disease or injury, or making a diagnosis.”[1]
    “The act or conduct of diagnosis, treatment, or operation.”[2]
    “A series of steps by which a desired result is accomplished.”[3]
    “The sequence of steps to be followed in establishing some course of action.” [4]

    Genital reduction of boys aka circumcision, would fall under the third definition above. So the phrase used in my previous comment is accurate enough for the purposes of polemics.

    The bolded phrase above is an attempt at getting people to think in accurate terms.

    I am not a medical doctor, but generally a procedure is considered minor surgery; and surgery itself is defined as, again by wiki:

    Surgery[a] is a medical specialty that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to investigate or treat a pathological condition such as a disease or injury, to help improve bodily function or appearance or to repair unwanted ruptured areas.

    This definition is wishy washy and to no one’s credit. Its structure leaves it unclear as to whether the clause beginning “to help improve bodily function” is subordinate to the previous one. Which whether-or-not ambiguity totally alters the allowed meaning.

    Can surgery be done for purposes OTHER THAN pathology; or not?

    Doctors. The most over esteemed people on the planet.

    Actually though I THINK that surgery used to mean by definition, treatment of injury and or pathology and as such circumcision does not fall under an accurate and well meaning definition.

    Lies, damn lies, and statistics!

  24. The latest study suggests that…

    Involuntary Neonatal Genital Reduction Assignment Procedure for boys leads to self-annihilation.

  25. Trump is a disappointment. I don’t feel at all inspired by him. I don’t want him to win another term. I am voting for Yang.

  26. Trump changed things for the better In some ways. He does deserve credit for that. I still like him okay, I just don’t see him as a leader anymore. He should go enjoy his family and money in his old age.
    Trump is only one person at one point in time. He can only do so much. I’m not discouraged, though. I never put all my hopes in him.

  27. I’ll have to be convinced that Trump is not helping move things our way, however imperfectly, to not vote for him. We’ll see.

    Should that be the case, I’m not voting for anyone unless he’s explicitly pro-White, and only to help legitimize such voices through my contribution to the popular vote.

    But that would just be a symbolic vote anyway, for two reasons. One, if Trump couldn’t overcome the deep state, no newcomer can. Two, the system brings in third world voters to cancel out our vote and at some point I’ll stop playing the charade.

  28. ladies and gentlemen, i present to you the most hateful tweet post ever known to man or beast. they can’t rub it in your face hard enough how white people are obsolete and browns and africans are the future in europe. notice the outrageously odious look on those rapefugee children. the globalists’ hatred for you and yours knows no bounds. you’re only useful to give away your money, your daughters and your country. if you won’t do this, you’re as good as dead

  29. They’re not hiding their intentions anymore, are they? This is why the next generation is not fooled.

    It’s also good that the race-blind attitudes old conservative leaders are passing from the scene. Donald Trump, Rush Limbaugh, along with the average Republican-voting oldster who grew up with an unshaken feeling of Unquestioned White Security and is not changing his fundamental reflexes at the age of 70.

  30. Unicef has always been a gigantic fraud. When it’s not spending dollars pushing third-world Marxism or immivasion, it’s just grifting the money naive dupes send it. You can’t be more of a scam than Unicef. Oh, the President and CEO? One (((Caryl M. Stern))), 2017 pay: $569,378.

    They got over $500,000,000 in funding for 2017. This is one more reason the Right loses. The amount of money given to Leftist NGOs is monumental.

    Here’s an old take-down of Unicef, from the innocent 90s when we were worried about stuff like Commies in the third-world. The tactics have changed.

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/item/13841-unicef-wants-your-children

  31. People who think that Trump is here to bring immediate results for the right simply don’t understand the world we live in today. The right in the USA doesn’t have the right mindset to bring about results yet – it’s far too nice, too passive, too conflict averse, too soft and lacks conviction and a desire to fight.

    The right doesn’t deserve miracle solutions overnight – it’s our own stupidity that’s gotten into this mess and we haven’t suffered enough yet to finally say “enough is enough.”

    Trump is not a savior, messiah or divine figure. But he is a man who cares about historic Americans as much as our own mothers care about us.

    Leave the crazy expectations for miraculous results to the liberals – they’re the ones who thought that Obama was some transcendent, God-like figure who could cure all the planet’s ills and fulfill their every need as friend, confidant, nurse, jailer, big brother, provider and saint.

    Trump is simply here to force conservatives to evolve so that they will understand two things – everything matters and tribe is everything.

    Trump is doing his job, now everybody else needs to do theirs.

  32. Well, Obama did deliver on his promise to fundamentally transform America. Whether or not Trump delivers on the wall and MAGA, is an open matter. So far he’s stymied on everything, starting with the very resonable travel ban.

    Ann Coulter’s article is all facts.

    It would help keep faith if he tweeted less about Israel and Latino employment.

  33. A few musings:

    @PA: I have no patience to read anything by Arsitrachus. Yes, there is something off with that person, which if that’s the case, is sad. Lately my Christian empathy has been kicking into high gear. Given how the world is crying out in pain, is apropos.

    He reminds me of someone who is desperately lonely and I cannot help but be reminded of a patron who would visit a restaurant I once worked at: The man was once a sailor, based on a hodgepodge of papers he kept with him that he’d always bring to the restaurant. And that he’d always stare at his enlistment photo. Just stare for minutes on end.

    Camlost Well stated. My sentiments exactly. MAGA was always predicated on the people willing to invest to make it happen.

    Granted, when our leader seems to be losing sight of his MAGA principles, it is deflating, but that shouldn’t stop us from MAGA’ing our respective communities.

    Let’s pour heaps of coal on our enemies heads!

  34. — MAGA was always predicated on the people willing to invest to make it happen.

    Charlottesville was the people’s gesture that they are willing to make MAGA happen. The participants, all of whom did everything to the letter of the law, were attacked by a police-antifa pinzer. Five got long prison terms, scores were doxed and fired, one promising young chemist from Arkansas committed suicide as a result of his doxing and harassment.

    Trump dropped the ball on that one.

    And then he couldn’t be bothered to so much as correctly spell the name of a kid who was subjected to terrorist threats for wearing Trump’s hat.

  35. — Arsitrachus. Yes, there is something off with that person, which if that’s the case, is sad. Lately my Christian empathy has been kicking into high gear.

    Good point. I stopped messing with him, and I’m dispensing with “he started it.”

  36. — Trump is doing his job

    I respectfully disagree. Legal and illegal immigration is at an all-time high.

    — now everybody else needs to do theirs.

    Serious question: what should we/everybody be doing that we already aren’t?

  37. “Serious question: what should we/everybody be doing that we already aren’t?”

    Reading Plato’s ‘Republic.’

    But “nature calls,” as we say in Texas. Spicy Mexican cuisine can red-pill you big time there. Makes you look at burgers in a much more favorable light!

  38. So I order my drink at Caribou and the barista clerk asks me my name.

    “No name” I reply.

    He makes a bitchy face and says that they need a name for the order.

    “I’d rather not give you my name.” and I move away to the other end of the counter and await and get my drink.

    / scene

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

    Tfw a clerk shit tests you, and said clerk doesn’t even have a vagina

    Nb4 said clerk would not shit test a Harley rider who looked like Hulk Hogan; said clerk would not dare ask his name. Am I right or am I right?

    The larger point, besides complaining about life in Transaction Shitworld fka America, is that people are expected to behave according to Script, and if they don’t, they will be resented and shit tested even especially by males.

    What the dubious CH poster Aristarchus was saying about us all being proles. IF you go to Caribou coffee; IF you go to the mall; IF you go to the pet store or grocery ———> you are a de facto transactional nobody prole.

    Does that include you, dear reader?

    I consider my sorry striving ass to have passed the gay bitchface penis-having nobody clerk, to have passed his status-check shit-test. I did not reveal my name so that it gets called out aloud in front of a strange crowd. And also, I’m not making one up because that’s not becoming.

    Bill Burr had a bit about this shit 15 effing years ago, about the transactional encounter at the hair salon. Remember that; remember Billy ‘boy’ Burr?

    As a bit this may not be the most current stuff in the world, but the reality is that people are only becoming more and more lost and confused, at least are those who don’t figure out how to remove themselves from the morass and “be somebody” or “be A somebody”, as it is said, among the blacks and spics, respectively.

  39. Yeah yeah such status striving posts are difficult to read, for those who actually are more alpha among men. You know of whom I speak

    People in America today, Heritage Americans, can be “broken down” in terms of their status in standard deviations —

    90 per cent of people are pushover nobodies;

    10 per cent have some backbone and a little salt;

    1 per cent or so, are tough guys and or leaders.

    That same breakdown is of course reminiscent of how motorcycle riders consider themselves. If you don’t ride a motorcycle you are probably not in the 1 per cent. If you don’t drive a four-wheel drive truck, you are probably not in the ten per cent.

  40. Serious question: what should we/everybody be doing that we already aren’t?

    Be as socially successful as possible, in the place you live at. Try and get to know and help out all White men of good character that you can.

    Obviously it starts with yourself. Be your best self, or at least a reasonable approximation of same.

    And then from there reach out and be more social.

    I gave someone a ride home from an AA meeting today and we stopped at Burger King. It felt good. I felt more confident knowing that the two of us together could have fight down opponents a lot more than alone.

    He is about 85 or 90 per cent on board with 14/88.

    Two other White men walked in, boomers, and one was buying the other one lunch. One of them was put together and the other looked schizo broken confused angry, but otherwise physically healthy. Approximately 50 per cent of the people at Burger King are on the edge of madness. People have very little direction and meaning in their lives. Ffs they are going to Burger King for something to do on a beautiful spring day.

  41. @ PA – ,Well, Obama did deliver on his promise to fundamentally transform America.

    I don’t think that he did – he enabled Trump and directly caused the GOP gain control over both Houses of Congress and the Supreme Court for the next 40 years. (thanks to Gorsuch and Kavanaugh being added by Trump.)

    Most of what Obama tried to do to truly liberalize and socially engineer America was in the stacks upon stacks of environmental and social regulations he passed during his last two years in office, quietly. (stuff like tranny bathroom legislation or racial discipline guidelines for schools, etc.)

    Trump has attacked, rolled back nixed or completely destroyed almost all of that. Obamacare/ACA is just limping along. Trump even killed Obama’s stupid Paris Climate “Deal” and is undermining his Iran nuclear agreement – which was a dumb measure, but Obama simply wanted something to make himself look like a great peacekeeper for his legacy.

    There’s almost nothing left of what Obama tried to do – think about it – what liberals are touting his record or actual accomplishments now? They’re all focused on Trump.

    And now look at how CRAZY the Democrats who follow him have become. The only reasonably sane Democrats left are the old white guys – Sanders, Schumer, Biden – and when guys like them die there’s going to be almost zero straight white males left in the Democratic Party’s next generation.

    The net result of Obama’s 8 years are a solely this – a huge shift to the left amongst fringe nut/fruit Democratic Party core constituencies that never would’ve voted conservative anyway – and the infusion of academic leftist principles into politics (i.e. White privilege, micro-aggressions, racial blind spots,etc.) – but that’s it.

    Obama helped us more than we know it – he’s helping to make sure the battle gets joined. The question is what we are going to do about it.

  42. Do people not realize that even AFTER the 2008 election Obama was still saying “I believe that marriage is solely between a man and a woman”? He was quite cunning.

    He didn’t flip on that until later in 2009, claiming he had now “evolved” on the issue – what that really meant is that focus groups and targeted data analysis now told him that it was safe to change on the issue without losing any moderate white voter support. But he knew exactly what he was doing the whole time.

    It was until 2015 and later that Obama started passing crazy Executive Orders that mandated tranny bathrooms in elementary schools and such – he initial thought was that he would be able to have bureaucrats in Washington “measure” the level of compliance of local school districts based on those measures – with later Democratic administrations then taking the added step of threatening to withhold federal funding for local conservative districts that didn’t comply.

    That was a major sneak maneuver by him, but Trump killed every bit of that BS.

  43. @PA – Serious question: what should we/everybody be doing that we already aren’t?

    I can explain more if you want, and please don’t take any offense (I know you won’t).

    But I don’t think you and a lot of alt-righters are cognizant of the fact that every movement has wings. Even the outlawed IRA had a political wing, a military wing and a core leadership that is most radical in its theoretical dogma.

    The political wing has to stay most palatable and be carefully to maintain some PC sensibilities in order to be able to wield political power when it comes.

    I know you’ll reject that outright because of your uncompromising nature. 🙂 🙂

    But I ask you to consider the truth in what I say – this isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. There’s got to be long-term spiritual, demeanor and dispositional changes in our people before any particular X or Y political result is meaningful and sustainable.

    And I do mean to say one other thing – conservative, white, core America (whatever name we’d like to give it) – does not deserve instant, miracle results from Trump or anyone else. Not yet. It’s quite obvious that we haven’t learned our lesson yet, and would likely just make the same mistakes going forward.

    It’s ridiculous to think that we can (or should) get everything we want from only 2 years of this administration.

  44. The sprinter and the marathoner both travel toward a finish line. Is Trump going in the right direction?

    On the many good things he did, which just about any Republican President would have done: yes.

    On not starting a new war and eliminating ISIS: yes. And I know that he’s resisting a lot of pressure from neocons.

    On his signature theme, the wall and immigration? No. No wall, record high immigration. [Nothing else matters]

    On using his charisma and his bully pulpit to inspire America: magnificently during the campaign, mostly dismal since. Cant even defy a lowly judge, which signals fatal weakness. Pro immigration, feminist, pro diversity speeches dont just disspirit the AltRight, they fail to lead ordinary follower-type voters toward the light.

    On destroying the deep state network, their funding infrastructure, whacking pizzagaters and McCain, and all those creepy things: unknown, but there are signs he’s got them on the run.

    On media: mixed bag; he absolutely needs to do something about social media industry’s abuses — with Twitter bans and deplatformings, all the overton window progress that the AltRight made with its brilliant memes, rhetoric and such that won us the election will have been wasted.

    So after two years, where do we stand?

    I don’t have an answer yet but it feels like momentum has been lost.

  45. “The sprinter and the marathoner both travel toward a finish line.”

    A slogan to live by. Speaking of sprinters, the Chinese Su Bingtian is putting up some strong times in the 100, by Chinese standards.

    Who thought that a sushi monger would ever break 10.00 sec in this event. The world doesn’t cease to amaze me.

  46. A slogan to live by. Speaking of sprinters, the Chinese Su Bingtian is putting up some strong times in the 100, by Chinese standards.

    Who thought that a sushi monger would ever break 10.00 sec in this event. The world doesn’t cease to amaze me.

    That’s as fast as Christophe Lemaitre.

  47. Momentum has been lost. I do think that it is inevitable given that daily life comes into play and we lose steam.

    It doesn’t help that the man that created the momentum doesn’t seem to have the fight like before. I’m not sure what his plan is (if he even has one, which given the signs of late, I don’t think he does) so I’m just in a holding pattern, as are others it sounds. (Crap, I already sound nostalgic for 2015!)

    Suburban Elk: thanks for sharing the Burger King story. And for your suggestions as well. I agree that building ourselves up is the best way to be ready for whatever comes our way.

    This verse always comforts, but only when I take it to heart. Def not easy in clown world:

    Do not be conquered by evil, but conquer evil with good — Roman 12:21

  48. @Camlost

    “Trump is not a savior, messiah or divine figure. But he is a man who cares about historic Americans as much as our own mothers care about us.”

    AHAHAHAHAHA you’re either trolling, had a mother that didn’t care about you at all, or are a literal caved-in-head-Wojak-tier r3t@rd.

    Either way, I can see way over here from where I’m standing that Trump doesn’t give a sh!t about ANY of you.

  49. @Each Pond Gone

    “A slogan to live by. Speaking of sprinters, the Chinese Su Bingtian is putting up some strong times in the 100, by Chinese standards.

    Who thought that a sushi monger would ever break 10.00 sec in this event. The world doesn’t cease to amaze me.”

    I’ve always found sprinting (and running sports in general) to be a little strange. Team sports are obviously all about cohesion and are really just mock-battles, while fighting sports like boxing are about pitting warrior against warrior. Track-and-field sports like sprinting and long-jump serve neither of these purposes.

    And yet the ancient Greeks held these sports in high regards, which leads me to believe they are of some importance? I suppose messengers in war need to be able to run fast and long.

    BTW I’m not saying sprinting is useless; it’s excellent exercise and I recommend everyone incorporate it in their routine, but competitive sprinting (ie caring about who can run the fastest) is what always puzzled me. Surely, the only ones who need to run are the ones who cannot fight, or ride a horse?

    Of course, when it comes to sports, genetics cannot be ignored (as your sushi-monger comment demonstrates). A non-West African athlete has no hope of being the “fastest man in the world”. Similarly, non-white athletes are wasting their time trying to break swimming or strength-based world records. Then again, I’ve heard the chinks are beginning to experiment with gene-editing so who knows what the future holds in that regard.

  50. “…I’m not saying sprinting is useless…”

    Hauling ass up a mountain or sand dunes has no current substitute in physical training.

    “Do not be conquered by evil, but conquer evil with good..”

    This hits home for me; more fully realized after a day-and-a-half or more’s diligent fast. Just iced waters and the occasional lukewarm water with a lemon or lime wedge.

    “…respect for Ann Coulter…”

    Never heard of her before encountering PA’s work. Her name rings a bell. Politician?

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  52. @EPG
    Pundit. Tbh, I didn’t pay much attention to her and regarded her as a generic cuckservative until the Trump campaign started.

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