A Generation Too Early

Good times made gullible men, which is why the post-war generation of Westerners bought in to cultural marxism and this so-called civic nationalism. Conversely, you wisen up young when growing up in the crosshairs of your enemy. A comment on Gab, related to Twitter posts that follow:

They’re trying to move in for the kill world wide… Them going for broke a generation too early could be the best thing that ever happened to us.

There’s a new version of Ragnarok that came out a few days ago. I don’t really watch anything nowadays, but I like the Norse stuff so I gave it a chance. First episode they made it about faggots, dykes and global climate warming change. Should’ve stopped there, but I gave it one more episode, and I’m not exaggerating here, in episode two Thor literally says that world is dying because of white men. Lol. That’s too much too soon.

The purpose of civic education is to teach the child how to answer the question, “Who am I?” And when your government is not solely yours, when its functionaries in the school systems want you destroyed, they will teach him who they think he is. White kids aren’t buying it any more. See below; poster Dissident American is calling out this Ursula, a teacher who says that despite decades of experience being a “white kid whisperer,” she is no longer adept at lying to them.

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57 thoughts on “A Generation Too Early

  1. They overextended and failed to account for generational regression to the mean. As a member of this cohort, the millenial generation growing up in the 1990’s frankly sucked. Going through elementary school in the 1990’s, the school assemblies constantly hammered us with “end of history”, no more wars, and “We’re running out of landfill space”. Opposition to this was presented in the media as fringe militia folk.

    Then 9/11 happened and the left won every bit of their equality agenda while everyone else was distracted by “War on Terror”, and the millenials all came of age as anxious little girls without regard for their own biological sex.

    The Zoomers coming of age now can see the world went to shit fairly recently, and they don’t like it. For decades folks like this Wolfe-Rocca could lean on the illusion things were getting better in some way, but now? The leftist de-realization train has run it’s course.

  2. A lot of pro white people send their kids to private school or homeschool. I totally get why. However, this has the negative effect of letting public schools get away with anti white talk like this teacher promotes. This teacher is right on the edge of advocating for genocide. We need more pro white parents in the public schools to hold these people accountable.

  3. Perhaps it’s better this way.

    They say my generation just wants to watch the world burn, or something like that. Personally, I think it’s more likely that we’ve no empathy for the other, were taught to see people in terms of allies and enemies, and regard only those willing to fight as our true allies.

    We knew, as simple undeniable fact, that we didn’t have the numbers to boogaloo when we were young. More, we didn’t yet have the … will, or moral message. So we waited and became like Kipling’s Saxons. I think that’s a point that those older and younger than us fail to translate when considering why we “want to watch the world burn”. We’ve know we were all set to boogaloo for decades. Since the 70’s in our own lives. It’s inevitable. And yet we all knew we’d probably not take part. Because we’d be too old to be useful when it finally kicked off.

    How’s that for a generational theme? As children, knowing we’d be “old” men before it was time to fight. That sort of thinking has an effect. We’re patient. We’re also resolved. But patient resolution can also produce negative outcomes, like not kicking something off if the timing is coincidentally right (for example, it may have been possible to kick off boogaloo after the OJ Simpson trial, but who knows).

    Those coming up right now have no such reason to be patient. They’ve a support group in us that will immediately get their backs. They’ve a clearly defined “enemy” who’s freely stating that their own goal is the end of whitey. They’ve a rock solid understanding that things will continue to slowly get worse right up till everything suddenly stops working altogether. The future doesn’t belong to us. The future belongs to them, as they’ll be the ones creating it. More power to them.

    Still, deep down inside, I’ll wish I was still young enough to have taken part. But we’ll have other roles to fill, like feeding the fighters.

    Boomers have never believed the dream would end.
    GenX has always known it would end, copybook heading style.
    Zoomers? It sounds like they’re ready for it to kick off. Looking at us shows them what happens if you wait.
    Millenials? I don’t know them. They’ve the numbers but they never talk about the coming fight. Why not?

  4. Read a funny story. Old Scrooge McDuck comics from the 40s/50s. They weren’t pussies back then so I thought it’d be a good start in reading for my sons. Good stuff.

    In one, Scrooge is competing with a rival for world’s richest duck. Travels to see the other money bin to compare. Arrives in normal, first world nation with good laws, good people, and plenty of room for success.

    In South Africa.

    It’s already gotten to the point where I myself am forgetting just how good a place South Africa was. Today it’s a miserable shithole. But at one time it was an example of success. Be like South Africa.

    Today it’s also an example. Don’t be like South Africa.

  5. I recently rewatched the video of Professor Christakis talking to the students at Yale. He is a liberal and maybe did not act the way we would have. Too his credit, though, he would not back down. I think that’s what enraged the mob.

  6. I have developed a particular set of skills

    She’s developed jackshit, aside from stealing a line from a movie that’s become colloquial at this point.

    Her “skills” are her own prejudices and insecurities that made her fear and hate what was in front of her, thus the need to remove all manner of her own students’ White identity.

    *****
    I love those old Scrooge comics. I’m a big fan of that time in the Disney era.

  7. “Good times made gullible men, which is why the post-war generation of Westerners bought in to cultural marxism and this so-called civic nationalism.”

    Not just good times but also having no alternative sources of information.

    When Cultural Marxism was presented as soul therapy after we gave ourselves medals for stomping our German brothers’ and sisters’ faces into the mud, and the only alternative to accepting that therapy was to be a branded a literal Nazi or Soviet, accepting a few niggers into your neighborhood to atone for all the carnage you served up to your white brethren didn’t seem too bad.

    Also, there’s this:

    “During World War II, most U.S. black soldiers still served only in maintenance or service positions, or in segregated units. Because of troop shortages during the Battle of the Bulge, Eisenhower decided to integrate the service for the first time.”

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Bulge

    There’s no Cultural Marxism like the kind that helps you smash your own kin.

    Where the enemy misstepped is thinking they still had a monopoly on the narrative. But having one’s own narrative does not an above-replacement-rate demographic make, and Satan does not take naps.

    Even if GenZ is aware of their own particular racial identity battlefront in the GLOBAL war against racial identity, they’d still have to deal with all the other tentacles of the octopus, and somehow figure out how to pop out 2 or more kids and raise them up to adulthood.

    To do this they will probably have to work in cells and be cooperative, while not succumbing prematurely to Third Reich fantasies, where they could be led out into the open and slaughtered wholesale.

    The future of the white race is looking very Taliban.

  8. She’s developed jackshit, aside from stealing a line from a movie that’s become colloquial at this point.

    Yeah that’s a good catch Mendo. From Taken, right?

    In fairness though it might be said: Everyone wants to use that line, at least once in his life..

    Her twitter is made private now, whether or not she just did that recently in response to this incident, I don’t know.

    Get this though: her twitter_tag_thing, is @LadyOfSardines

    How much can be made of an internet handle, and what it reveals, is its own question comment topic; but Lady of Sardines?

    Between that and pictures of Harvey’s “area”, it’s been a helluva news cycle.

  9. I don’t mean to jack this thread off topic, but this video clip is in the same vein as LadyOfSardines. It’s a school meeting in Iowa, (“Except for Our Tokens: the last White place on Earth”) and local father George Constanza makes a (seriously) heroic appearance and but then nearly gets clucked to death by the women who run the place. Required viewing!

  10. Good times made gullible men, which is why the post-war generation of Westerners bought in to cultural marxism and this so-called civic nationalism.

    This also applies to class. Working class seem more based on racial differences than middle class,curiously upper classes often are more like w/c IME. Airheaded idiocy seems to peak in white collar, over-credentialed 100IQ lower middle class WASP women.

  11. “Good times made gullible men” Is that not absurd? Winning makes losing then. Good times makes delegation to bureaucrats feasible for a life time. Men should never give up on wanting to win and aspiring to patriarchy with license to kill. We were betrayed by our male forebears. They were not gullible. They cashed out culture at our expense. Some fathers deserve hate. White men with world dominance did not loose our patrimony and sovereignty without having defectors to cooperate with alien enemy. I want good times, just not like a domesticated or wild animal. I have my own ideas of ‘good times’.

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  13. Some fathers deserve hate. — Reality Doug

    Damn straight on that. Yet, one who is beholden to this hatred nonetheless succumbs to self-annihilation. Your race is your father(s). You hate your father(s)… You hate your race… You hate yourself. Which is why there is real (politically pathological) anti-racism amongst “our” own and meme “anti-racism” amongst the “other.” So WWII was the greatest act of self-annihilation the world had ever witnessed. Well, the world is seemingly seeking out a more incredible sequel.

    Are you a self-annihilator or a white Supremacist, Doug?

  14. Elk, yeah, it was from Taken and you are correct that everyone wants to use that line at least once in their lives.

  15. On this same subject is Faceccrook and its newest campaign to virally shame some random white female who uttered some “politically incorrect” thought on her private social media. In this case, a white female highscrewl principal who merely suggested that “karma” might be at play in Kobe’s death given his sexual assault controversy. She’s been put on leave with Administration puking out its disingenuous appeal to “higher standards.” And, of course, the social media comments show clearly that coexistence is impossible because “they” DESIRE dysfunction and degeneracy OVER AND ABOVE order and Supremacy.

  16. The vanguard of the new millennium

    Came to learn what had been done to them.

    They awoke from their entrainments,

    From medicated stares, the entertainments

    Diabolically designed to kill

    Their energies, eros, time and will

    To act in their own interest in the world.

    They learned their manhoods were curtailed

    By artificial diets, environments

    That in promising convenience

    All but sterilized them, while the girls

    And women of Europe, their natural

    Mates and humanity’s most refined,

    Whored themselves and happily aligned

    Against them with their existential rivals,

    Casually risking genetic survival

    Of the race. They learned, with growing clarity,

    They were meant to become a minority

    In their homelands. It was no accident

    The Aryan birth rate in the Occident

    Had fallen far below replacement

    As the issue of teeming Africa was sent

    Increasingly to demand asylum,

    Deference and every Aryan womb

    The Enemy could win for his plan

    To breed his global Economic Man.

    White fatherhood was everywhere despised

    And white men only always feminized

    In the anticulture they were given,

    Where the world their fathers had striven

    To build was built on stolen privilege,

    The sum of their majestic knowledge

    Nothing more than lies. It began to dawn

    The language itself had been made a weapon

    Against them, their aesthetics and morals.

    The Enemy understood Orwell

    Not as a warning but his blueprint,

    And at last it came home that his intent

    Was no less than their spiritual death

    By torture until they confessed that truth

    Was calumny, corruption was beauty,

    Infertility and sodomy their duty–

    The last, bastard, effeminate sons

    Begging for their humiliations

    Till extinction. Or were they scions

    Of civilization, and its champions?

    http://forthesonsofthewest.home.blog

  17. “This is now the decade of White dignity.”

    This is timely. I was thinking earlier today about how the black-pillers keep dumping on Trump. True, he hasn’t gone full Avenging Angel on our country (and no mortal could have), but he has given us almost four years of feeling like we Whites finally have permission to say what we’ve been muttering under our breathes for decades.

    To quote whomever wrote this song for Amy Grant to sing and make a bunch of bucks off her former youthful comeliness, “It takes a little time, sometimes, to turn the Titanic around.” We don’t know how much time, but we’re well into the process of turning.

  18. “We need more pro white parents in the public schools to hold these people accountable.”

    No. That’s playing by their rules. Way too submissive.

    Step 1: vouchers for every parent. Let each parent choose which school their kid goes to, regardless of district. This will cause the good schools to flourish, the sh!t schools to perish.

    Step 2: Offer a tax credit equal to the value of the voucher to every mom who wishes to home-school her child. With some achievement criteria as conditions so the welfare queens don’t spend it all on crack and manicures.

    If you disagree, list the pros and cons. Anyone who lists only cons will be ignored.

  19. @GIA “They say my generation just wants to watch the world burn, or something like that. Personally, I think it’s more likely that we’ve no empathy for the other”

    This point really resonates. We were shown no mercy, only platitudes–which if we didn’t accept uncritically, resulted in feigned shock and condemnation. There was no “My poor child, let us lift you up,” rather we got, “We’re going dancing. The leftovers are on the table, kids. See how much we do for you?”

    When you’re backed into the corner like that, and you see that the kids ahead of you and after you all got better treatment than you, and there is no path of escape or acceptance, how can you be expected to behave other than like a dog similarly backed into a corner and being told “Bad dog!”?

  20. “teaching” is merely indoctrination. It’s sole purpose today at all levels, perhaps excluding barber school and welding. It’s purpose has been served and served well. Time to pull the plug.

  21. “arbeit macht frei, Ms. Wolfe, arbeit macht frei.”

    Based and keked. The kids are alright.

    I lol’d. Young shitlord there.

  22. *he has given us almost four years of feeling like we Whites finally have permission to say what we’ve been muttering under our breathes for decades.*

    More than that friend. More than that. he’s kept *your* head above water. Ol’ Killary would have drowned you by now, and your kids in the next cycle.

  23. — The Zoomers coming of age now can see the world went to shit fairly recently, and they don’t like it.

    I’d also add that seeing Trump win the election was an important formative moment for them.

    Nary a word anywhere about Trump’s over-the-top pandering to blacks at the SOTU speech. It’s frankly, bizarre. Nominally makes sense from the perspective that he wants to not-be scary ahead of the election, to dampen Democratic voter turnout in November. But to pile it on like he does…

    One scenario is that he’s doing everything to disorient the enemy. It will all be clear after the election.

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  25. As I listened tot he SOTU, I was groaning over the pandering, but in some ways, not entirely surprised since he’s been doing that far longer than I would have liked. You did raise up a good point that it was piled on, especially for a SOTU speech. I remember the first one, which was decent, as he was still getting his bearings of actually being the President and all that that entails, but it wasn’t the love nogfest like this years.

    I know Trump to be a quick study and correct for some errors, so here’s to what a second term would bring. I do agree that something’s in the works (maybe too much pollyanna hopefully thinking) but with a second term, there’s no more Russia mumbo jumbo and impeachment; which could be voided if the Rs win the House back.

    In movie parlance, his first term will be The Terminator and the second will be T2: Judgement Day. (Upon initial though, I didn’t think of the title implications until I wrote it out. I chose them because it was a rare instance where a sequel was better than the first.)

    Back to the SOTU, probably one of the reasons that Trump’s pandering wasn’t as built up was because all the talk was on Pelosi and her antics. Her one act soured many a centrist and on-the-fence voter or even die hard D. It won’t be polled, but her actions did not sit well with many normies, so to speak.

  26. — probably one of the reasons that Trump’s pandering wasn’t as built up was because all the talk was on Pelosi and her antics

    Good point. “Lead them into a trap.” All that after-talk of Pelosi ripping up those warm ‘n fuzzy stories of her party’s constituents.

    — sequel was better than the first

    Here’s to it! If the entire system’s hate and fear of Trump is genuine and truly existential, unlike the merely factional rivalry they had with GW Bush, then Trump understands that he must kill them all. Literally, figuratively, what will you — because if he doesnt, his children and grandchildren will bear the brunt of their revenge.

    One view of the entire situation is, that the entire establishment is sitting on a mountain of TNT. That explosive is, specifically, the unspeakable crimes that are the foundation of their power thru blackmail. Not just in the USA but worldwide. To follow that model, Trump and his faction behind the scenes are setting up conditions, such as honest judges, that will allow for a single-event action to take down the entire system.

    That’s the scenario that I subscribe to.

  27. Were they going for broke a generation too early? It is entirely possible that demographic winter has already set in in the USA, before 2016 and that Donald Trump was elected due to a combination of his own charisma, Hillary’s negative charisma (even Democrats hated her) and the near-miraculous confluence of events (the Seth Rich leaks, the DNC shafting of Bernie, the rise of the online right, etc.).
    People living in deep blue areas reported very low enthusiasm for Clinton in 2016. It is entirely possible that the threat of Orange Hitler will galvanize the left into action.

  28. I teach at a suburban-rural high school. Mostly white kids from families that have been here forever, but a decent chunk of kids are assorted white trash, commingled recyclables, and Section 8 transplants.

    The white kids mostly know the score. I’m in a good spot to choose from literature for my classes. We just wrapped the Odyssey and are starting on Sophocles, then I’m jumping to European Romanticism and finishing with Russian Realism. There is a thread and a continuity, I promise.

    A few of my classes, though, have had to suffer through Elie Weasel [sic] and stories of Japanese internment. Funny (/sarc) how Greek drama and Frankenstein speak more deeply to 17 yo kids, than recent past history and Modernist literature.

    “White kid whisperer.” GTFO Ursula, no tits required. If the “albeit macht frei” episode even happened*, good on that kid. I hope he got laid like tile for that.

    It’s mighty pagan of me to say this, but some strange sense of power is in the air this year. Personal power for me, but also changes in the air. The full moon is coming and I always sense some greatness at each high reveal of the lunar face. The ancients were not wrong, just not wholly right. Things happen around a full moon that are auspicious, and this year it augurs well.

    *it likely did happen, in some way or another. As much as teens are pains in the ass sometimes, I genuinely love their enthusiasm and energy and cocksure attitude of Getting It Done. I don’t clutch my pearls at their exceedingly coarse language but I do think it prudent to remind them that Time and Place often matter when it comes to speech. I’m civilized, and civilization depends upon boundaries both public and private. I don’t know where we picked up the idea that total maximum freedom to do anything we choose, at any time, was a necessary right as a human. Seems more like an animal’s right, than a condition of humanity.

  29. I wouldn’t consider being aware of the heavens (moon, stars, etc.) as pagan. It’s all part of God’s grand design and since time immemorial, He was always “announcing” or “speaking” by way of the heavens. What happens in what we call “space” or “outer space” has an impact on us much as you described. It’s true astrology–not the horoscope mumbo jumbo it’s devolved into.

  30. I feel a little bad interrupting this deep and well-written convo, but I chuckled when I saw this and some of you will, also:

  31. Trump’s pandering is annoying to us, but we have to remember that he is the president to many people who despise him and his supporters. I imagine the fact that Rush Limbaugh received the Medal of Freedom was triggering enough. I think Trump generally likes African Americans and I think quite a few of them enjoy his bravado and Big Man personality. I don’t think most of them will vote for him though. He is attempting to unite people, not sure it is going to work.

  32. Trump’s pandering to blacks, as annoying as it was, was not intended for us. Nor was it intended for blacks. It was intended to assure the easily-manipulated suburban White woman voter that he is not the Orange Hitler Racist that the media portrays him as 24/7.

    I don’t like it, but it’s smart politics.

  33. This “not a press conference/not a speech” salute to his team post-impeachment is fascinating, and surely much more revealing of what’s on his mind and plate than the SOTU. I listened to the whole thing this afternoon, and I thought several parts deserved noting for easy reference, but off hand I don’t remember them so let the curious dig in. Among other things, he says that if he hadn’t fired Comey he would’ve been kicked out of office; when told by his legal team he has no troubles, “the truth is on your side” he tells them “That doesn’t matter.” Also some funny/hardhitting marital ruminations on that Congressman who got shot, etc.

  34. @Vult “Trump’s pandering to blacks, as annoying as it was, was not intended for us. Nor was it intended for blacks. It was intended to assure the easily-manipulated suburban White woman voter that he is not the Orange Hitler Racist that the media portrays him as 24/7.

    I don’t like it, but it’s smart politics.”

    He is at 40-50% black approval rating right now. No white president in living memory has had that kind of support. It is brilliant politic.

    All those leftist states changing their rules to have their electoral colleges giving all their votes to the winner of the popular vote are going to be crying into their soy drinks on election day 2020. What a heartening picture!

  35. “Good times made gullible men” Is that not absurd?

    yes, maybe that they forgot “The price of peace is internal vigilance”, is more apt.

  36. I think part of the reason there seems to be an affinity between African Americans and native stock Americans is because both their people have been in this country for a long time. Neither sees themselves as immigrants. Ann Coulter supports some pro black policies. I believe she supports affirmative action for descendants of American slaves. She does not believe any other group is deserving of it.

  37. ” I never see African Americans, whose ancestors have been here for a long time, as invading my turf. ”

    Why are you even on here ?

  38. I’m pointing out that there is a natural affinity between certain types of conservatives and certain types of African Americans. It is not always pandering just for votes.

  39. @greginaurora, good comment but I wanted to comment on this:

    “(for example, it may have been possible to kick off boogaloo after the OJ Simpson trial, but who knows).”

    It wasn’t. Not even close. The change in consciousness over the past 20-30 years has been astounding to see and unimaginable if you weren’t there to watch it happen.

  40. >>I’m pointing out that there is a natural affinity between certain types…

    This.
    I’m part black and I’m mad that the liberals are trying to do to whites this century what they did to blacks last century.

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