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Threescore and Ten Part 3: The AARP Knows Its Politics

Posted by Bob on April 6th, 2011 under Coaching Session


The nice thing about being totally out of the mainstream is that I have fascinating things to think about that everybody else misses.

As I said in my first two ”Threescore and Ten” articles, I knew what was going to happen by my early teens and, while all the professional commentators are breathlessly reporting what I could see as clearly as a play unfolding, I didn’t have to spend fling time talking to people who had to read the paper each morning to know what to talk about that day.

Once again, I have to assure that, while much of what I say comes out as ironic humor, and I like the fact that it sometimes entertains, I am not exaggerating at all. I am BORED by the news. It is either irrelevant or it is something I talked about fifty years ago.

So when someone wonders why any organization made up largely of relatively conservative old people like the AARP is hard left, I waste a little time out of courtesy explaining it to them and they forget it instantly and go listen to O’Reilly or The Only Other True Side.

I was special assistant to the Director of the Office of Personal Management, the crowd that runs the civil service. The AARP represents its membership, and its membership consists of old people, and I meant he whole generation of old people on The Only True Both Sides, who don’t give a damn what happens to younger people and never have.

So the AARP trades its endorsement for what my generation wants, which is a first world retirement.

Period.

As usual, no professional commentator will point that out, at least while the money and the votes are both heavily concentrated in that generation.

As usual, what I am saying sounds like a real jump, the way a good mechanic does when you take your car in for a problem of the engine overheating and he explains he has to replace the little connector box under your left foot, which happened to me.

Here it is: In 1932 Hoover was booted out of office in one of the major landslides of history. Mommy Professor tells you that is because the electorate changed its mind because of the Depression.

It sounds irrelevant but actually Hoover got more votes in 1932 than any presidential candidate in history, with the exception of Roosevelt that same year. The Depression did not make that many 1928 Hoover voters switch, it simply brought out a huge new mass of voters.

So the AARP looks to the gigantic brown masses who haven’t yet realized who is really exploiting them. Or rather, the AARP looks to the people who OWN that huge black and brown mass. They do not want a 1932 aimed at THEM.

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  1. #1 by Gavin on 04/06/2011 - 8:04 am

    A lot of times people will say to me “We must think of our seniors”. Really? Why? Our seniors certainly didn’t think of me when they gave away my country, my inheritance. They didn’t think that I might not appreciate being a stranger in my own country and having my nationality destroyed. They didn’t think that I might not appreciate having my job opportunities and wages driven down by surplus labor from the third world.

    I have actually had old people tell me that I must accept that my country is being given away because third world immigration is the only way they will be able to have a good economy to support their public benefits. How selfish. These people had inherited a great country from previous generations or whites and they used it all up and gave it away now as a final parting blow they want to completely destroy what’s left for future generations of whites for their own financial benefit.

  2. #2 by shari on 04/06/2011 - 10:34 am

    I have said as much, about our projected minority status, EVERYWHERE, by mid-century. I won’t be here, but kids and young adults will be. They might wonder why their parents and grandparents thought this was a good idea.

    On the other hand,it seems that the time is now for big changes. A good reason to stay on message. As for birth rates, that can change, pretty fast, when ” anti-racist is a code word for ANTI-WHITE” takes hold. And the mantra will separate the AARP oldfarts from those who DO care about the next generations.

    • #3 by Simmons on 04/06/2011 - 12:34 pm

      What Shari said.

      I have an idea what the landscape is going to look like for the next two years as the Obama cult tries to reelect the mesiah.

      Same as the Chicago campaign to elect the crazy little zionist creep, an ooze fest that panders to the “nice” white women. This means keeping the lefty anti-whites in check while at the same time blaming the right for “racism” of not caring for little Rastus enough. Honestly the Chicago campaign would have made a Southern segregationist happy for the way they sidelined the blacks, brilliantly done.

      The Mantra theme is the answer. My prediction is that the phrase “anti-white” will be mainstream come 2012, and it will be buttressed by mantra thought, and not sidelined into “facts” like the rdc thread.

      RDC report to Kuntlser’s blog about peak oil, help us out.

  3. #4 by Dave on 04/06/2011 - 11:22 am

    I get around Establishment venues enough to know things that most people don’t know.

    First, I am always appalled at how it is that just a handful of people are really running things and how, regardless of the political cycle or which party is in control, it is always the same cast of characters.

    Second, I am always appalled at how OLD they all are. The decrepitude is just off the charts.

    The struggle in the political settlements is simply for the negotiating parties to keep their stories straight. That is why legislation at both the state and Federal levels is always going back to fix embarrassing errors because AFTER the laws get passed somebody figures out they don’t dovetail with existing laws and practices and nobody can figure out what to do if the money doesn’t work.

    Establishment institutions are a far bigger mess than most people think they are and we have got a major (and I mean major) problem with senility in this society.

    AARP is a lobbying organization run by professionals that traffics in senility. It is a perfect example of what an Establishment organization is. The notion that it is “grass roots” is laughable on its face. What it really represents is the specialty medicine rackets.

    Raw reality is appalling. To think that AARP is what the Baby Boom generation has to hang its hat on is appalling. That is how stupid, irrelevant, and senile the Baby Boom generation is.

    I have noticed that the military and law enforcement apparatus pays more attention to keeping youth in the picture than other Establishment organizations. The growing and ever more influential gangland side of America (mostly nonwhite gangs trafficking in drugs and weapons) is buttressed by youthful vitality.

    Chew on that a while if you want to understand what is really going on.

  4. #5 by H.Avenger on 04/06/2011 - 11:30 am

    I know quite a few old white people. Although, I have no idea how many are AARP members (I am going to officially poll them now). I know damn well they do not cotton to the idea of trusting the future to non whites. From the recent conversations I have had with them. They seem not to trust them at all these days.
    Now ten years ago, I do not remember their opinions being so strong on the subject matter. Now they are over the top and adamant. Common sense dictates this has been because of the Obama presidency and that black supremacist Atty General in Washington. These fools have sent older white people over the edge. Or maybe it just brought the point home because Obama and company are so blatant.

    I do not have some huge sampling of old white people polled. But I have a feeling there are some changes that have happened. And I wonder how long it would take to change AARP’s politicking if there was a change in opinion among it’s members?

    The tendency for the racialist community is to think AARP is like the Sierra Club. It ain’t! That much I know. When the Sierra Club members wanted to vote against immigration (everyone knows nonwhite immigration is horrible for the environment). This was squelched by a wealthy Jew. AARP does not have the same structure at all. This could be an interesting new front in the war on White Genocide.

    When a non white child is adopted into a white country / family. Besides being outright genocide, this little non white immediately enters into someones will and OWNS property in a white country. The reason I am interested in Old White Opinions in America is for a similar reason. They own every damn thing. Also, as Bob demonstrates so well from time to time, seniors do not give a rip about sensibilities.

    We need to get Bob writing for AARP every month. His fellow seniors will be just the ticket.
    “To keep our first world retirement. We must keep a FIRST World population.”

  5. #6 by Dave on 04/06/2011 - 2:12 pm

    The abolition of retirement benefits is a tailwind for white interests, not a headwind.

    The collapse of Medicare and Medicaid is a tailwind for white interests not a headwind.

    Attacks upon the aged and the interests of the old are a tailwind for white interests, not a headwind.

    Robert Whitaker nailed the political plumbing when he said, “The white race must become an empowered minority instead of a powerless majority”.

    Every time I see the long queues of nonwhite illegals and the hordes of other nonwhites with political status lined up for free medical care at the venues the Medicaid system serves, I see a tailwind for white interests. Obamacare is nothing but a mechanism for dumping the whole of expatriate Mexico into the American medical rackets. The damn thing has already collapsed the economy. What more can we want?

    I’d like to see AARP’s constituency thrown out with nothing and begging for mercy on the streets. Not only is that justice, it is how we get from A to B politically. The rawer everything gets, the more strong-arm everything gets, the better.

  6. #7 by Creator on 04/06/2011 - 5:08 pm

    I love to use children when talking to old people.
    Oldie: “I am too old to do anything” Me: “Don’t you love your grand kids?” :)
    And so on. Gets them looking funny each time.

    Older White people get no mercy from me. They are the most selfish …….(fill in with something bad) that I have associated with.
    They did not do what Nature, so blatantly states.

    It is the avowed duty and holy responsibility of each generation to assure and secure for all time the existence of the White Race upon the face of this planet.

    • #8 by H.Avenger on 04/06/2011 - 7:39 pm

      You ever try to use guilt? Fear maybe? tell them what happened to old Boer farmers? They do not necessarily have to be active like Ole Bob to help us. As long as they are no longer in our way. That would be a huge help.

  7. #9 by OldBlighty on 04/06/2011 - 6:29 pm

    “So the AARP trades its endorsement for what my generation wants, which is a first world retirement.

    Period.”

    I’m glad someone is saying it, because I have been thinking it.

    I get this from old folks I know: We need to flood all white countries and only white countries with millions of third worlders, so they can look after our aging population. What they really mean by that is, so they can be looked after and damn what happens to the rest.

    Even a 6 year old knows its not going to be that way. Third world imports vote as well and they vote in their own interests.

    • #10 by H.Avenger on 04/06/2011 - 7:44 pm

      I am clearly not talking with a good sampling of Old People. Maybe I know the only decent old white folks left in America or something. Who knows?

      • #11 by Frank on 04/06/2011 - 11:52 pm

        Well Candied Carrot Man, ya been talkin with this old, old RR for quite a while now, and he made sure to stack up enough carrots in the rabbit hole so that he can just throw away those stupid AARP letters as they come in, or use ‘em to light the fire under the carrot pot.

        Ya gotta watch old white rabbits real close. If they wear white shoes and belts, and hang out near golf courses, they’re pretty useless critters. But if they’re hidin’ out and stealing carrots from the pinkies, or doin’ a little business on the side and not letting the pinkies know about it, they are probably fed up with it all and ripe to cause some damage. Hell they’re already “RIPE”, so why not cause some damage just to kick up a little dust.

        If your oldster rabbit has had anything to do with education or the “university”, best thing you can do is find Elmer Fudd, give him a shotgun with some real rabbit loads, and point him at ‘em. Don’t waste your breath talkin’ with those rabbits.

      • #12 by OldBlighty on 04/07/2011 - 9:13 am

        I’ll keep shaming them with the Mantra.

        As you said, if they won’t join us, we can use the Mantra to get them out of our way.

  8. #13 by BGLass on 04/07/2011 - 8:07 am

    I do not have some huge sampling of old white people polled. But I have a feeling there are some changes that have happened. And I wonder how long it would take to change AARP’s politicking if there was a change in opinion among it’s members?…

    Some of them have finally figured out that they are going to die. Scary enough in itself, but even more so surrounded by young non-whites working in the nursing home, who have been raised on “de-colonization” materials, and nightly reports on t.v. about how much you are costing them, and how much more public money could be available if you were to just quietly go into that long goodnight.

    H. Covington makes use of this fear in his pods, and references the potential bleak days of the white boomer, hated by all, by other whites for having sold them out (this is what they think) and the non-whites since they are reliant on people incentivized to hate them, and think of them only as a money drain.

    You get what you get. If you seek out old people who still have a brain, you’ll like them better. Mr. Whitaker is an old person and he’s ok. You can learn a lot from the right old people, “right” or “left” in a way— the ones who have a real opinion, a real point of view, who really lived their lives and will talk about it.

    Real old people are essential to generational life, to real culture. Even the stupidest boomers are just that—and serve as a cautionary tale for their own people.

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