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Reply to Joe

Posted by Bob on November 28th, 2005 under Comment Responses


Joe has a thing about the congress being responsible.

What is the congress? Congress is a bunch of people who get reelected every two years.

There is omething we must get over: a lot of people see that congressmen keep getting reelected. They therefore think the congressman who keeps getting reelected is independent because “He’s got it made.”

Backwards.

YOU in the sentences below refers to the electorate. The congressman gets reelected because he has your formula down pat.

A permanent congressman is someone who could not care less what happened to YOU.

Why?

Because an equation has TWO SIDES. You vote for someone who is not too extreme. You vote for someone who gives you the line that convinces you and does not offend the Powers That Be.

A permanent congressman is someone who gives you the line that convinces you and does not offend the Powers That Be.

Everybody but you makes a LIVING at this.

They have got you figured.

The electorate is the ONLY responsible group. Anyone else can blame “the congress” or “the media” or “The Communist Conspiracy.”

I was part of the group that played you like a cheap musical instrument.

I just don’t think my people should allow themselves to be treated like that.

That’s OK for blacks. That’s OK for Orientals. That’s OK for Old Testament freaks and others whose whole lives consist of Obedience.

That is NOT OK for Aryans. That is even less OK for AMERICAN Aryans.

You make me sick.

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  1. #1 by Peter on 11/28/2005 - 8:14 pm

    With the new Diebold machines and no hard copy to audit, why isn’t the electorate a thing of the past?

  2. #2 by Tim on 11/28/2005 - 10:54 pm

    Sic’em –Mr. Whitaker. It is not acceptable for Aryan Americans to be fools. It is NOT ALRIGHT
    for them to act like sheep. They may be sheeple but they are MY SHEEPLE.

    Not long ago, I was out and someone asked me to sign some petition about ending
    illegal immigration. I refused on the grounds that the petition should have said
    we were opposed to Non White Immigration. White people are so funny and silly.
    They could care less if the White Mexicans were coming into the country. But they
    refuse to state what they really think and feel.
    So until they can get off their backs —WORSE IS BETTER. What is another few nowhites now?

    (For the record. I did put money in their cup. I also gave them the old
    BW line—“they are not talking about flooding Africa with non-Africans and
    Asia with Non-Asians. They are only flooding White countries and ONLY White
    countries with Non-Whites. This is genocide.” (I say this stuff in my sleep these days)

    Of course, then I got that sheepish I am scared to death –what did that young white man
    just say look. I just kept it up. Oh and I plugged your book.

  3. #3 by lemon on 11/29/2005 - 9:54 am

    I gave up on all voting in 1988. I thought we were being jerked around. So,it was you,huh? Shari

  4. #4 by Bruce on 11/29/2005 - 6:17 pm

    I think the blame spreads around. If a congressman betrays his constituents, it’s their fault for voting for him, but who gave them the funny ideas that lead them to vote for the same bunch over and over – the media. And who taught the journalists to think that way – the proffesors.

    I’m finishing up Sam Francis’ book Revolution from the Middle. One of his most profound observations is that we ceased to be a republic when the little guy ceased to be independant. When everyone depends on either the government or a corperation for livelihood, it’s hard to go against the grain and speak the truth.

    So I’m tired of looking for one group to blame. The tax exempt foundations, the universities, the media and so on had a role as did the apathy of a bunch of voters care more about the outcome of the next football game than they do the freedom to speak their minds. What I want is solutions to get us out of this mess. The blame game is intellectually useful only to the point that understanding how we got into this mess may show us part the way out.

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