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I’m a Peer Because I Actually Think I’m Peerless

Posted by Bob on March 23rd, 2012 under Coaching Session


Gavin pointed out that one “Bob Problem” for others is that “Bob, you present yourself as a peer, not a priest.”

Only a couple of VERY insightful close acquaintances saw that, in a way, my attitude can be seen as snobbery gone wild.

It is very Southern and very American. On a gut basis, my attitude is “I can whip any man in the house!”

Unlike the old Englishman or the New Englander or a black, I do not need an “attitude” to make everybody keep away from me except by appointment to show my status.

In fact, for the Jefferson or Jackson as opposed to an Adams, it is a point of pride to be able to demonstrate your superiority or your correctness right in the middle of the crowd.

Being a dunce when I am actually a dunce bothers me not at all, because I know very well that my flaws are common, but my special abilities are largely unique.

This also true of my race. No one can claim that whites have ever CREATED an evil deed. Being more powerful than others, they have done more evil than anybody else. But the GOOD things we have done ARE unique, from wiping out starvation to representative government to wiping out small pox to reaching the moon to this computer I am on to wiping out slavery to …

As everybody knows, this list could go to book length, even in such brief terms.

The two paragraphs above, used by a professional BUGSER, could reduce those who attack us from their attitude of superiority to the ghetto imitating foul-mouthed shrieks they always resort to when they just can’t take it any more.

I don’t need some kind of barrier between me others to show them how special I am.

And this, as I say, is a very Southern and very American attitude:

I am who I am and if you don’t appreciate it, then you need to wise up.

The story goes that General Lee was riding with a French newspaperman during the War and an old black stood up and took off his hat and said, “Good day, General Lee.”

To the Frenchman’s shock General Lee touched his hat and replied, “Good day to you.”

The Frenchman said, “A French gentleman would not reply to a peasant who presumed to greet him so familiarly. But you have just greeted a SLAVE!”

Lee replied, “I AM a gentleman. How could I let him be more polite than I am?”

If it was good enough for Marse Robert it‘s good enough for me.

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  1. #1 by Epiphany on 03/23/2012 - 6:17 am

    The anti–Whites do not love blacks, they just hate their own race!

  2. #2 by shari on 03/23/2012 - 7:13 am

    Yes, when Whites do evil, it’s largely directed at other Whites. Always!

  3. #3 by BGLass on 03/23/2012 - 8:32 am

    You remind me so much of Daddy that you will always have a soft spot in my heart, Mr. Whitaker, like The Oldman. Reminded me of an incident from some time ago:

    Once, in our new south neighborhood— a livestock animal from a local farmer got out and wound up in the yard of some northeasterners and, as it turned out, the parents —knowing full well whose animal it was– were going to let the kids keep it, because “they liked it” and they had it about a week—So degraded was the local ‘peasant’ (to the big city folk) to whom the livestock really belonged. (Non “local” neighbors would have had their things returned.)

    Now, add on: they were public employees, and yet the man whose animal they took has always made his own way, and (we’re fairly certain) could buy and sell them ten times over, (which isn’t the point however when it comes to stealing, and doubly so, when it’s a farm animal used in some form of production for the owner, not just a pet.) And yet, had the yankees lost anything—they would have been horrified, expecting everyone around them, to drop everything and help them find what was lost.

    Had we kids kept that animal, we would have been severely punished, maybe not even here to tell the tale. By contrast their kids were taken out for treats after the animal was finally found (b/c “their pet” was taken away— “finders keepers” I guess, even if you know where it belongs).

    They were very like these French “elites” of old. And btw, always offering to “housesit” for others, or babysit, or things such as that, but they could not figure out why no one ever took them up on it because they saw themselves as so nice, lmao.

    This whole thing was based on how they disparaged the man who owned the animal, always putting him down for being poor and so on. They also thought and said out loud —LOL— that because of this attitude they were “like Southerners” —as the father of the family once put it to Daddy. (Seems they wanted “slaves” like southerners they’ d seen in t.v. movies, and which for them, translated into you can take slaves’ belongings any time you want. In reality, stealing from SLAVES would be REALLY low, lol).

    After they left that time: Daddy lectured: to watch disparagement, vilification, degradations, etc— since the degrader is often also a thief, he said (like degrading people makes it easier to take their stuff—- which is why public employees often degrade “the taxpayers.”)

    Guess that’s why Jesus said, “What you’ll do to the least of them, you’ll do to me”

    And anyway, to get one’s power (or stuff) from degrading what one sees as smaller— idk, it’s really gross and STREETY.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 03/23/2012 - 8:46 am

    There are WASP gentlemen and there is the rest of the world.

  5. #5 by Dave on 03/23/2012 - 9:12 am

    One thing that drives me crazy is this notion that got into the public schools that a child’s “self-esteem” matters.

    That is Leftist twaddle if there ever was Leftist twaddle. The idea that self-esteem matters is one of the deadliest disconnects out there. It is fundamentally a nonwhite idea.

    Personal confidence and self-esteem are two entirely different subjects. But don’t tell that to nonwhites. Nonwhites always proclaim, “We are a PROUD people”. They endlessly shriek, “OUR pride matters to us above all else!”

    That is because they think that self-esteem is important. We whites never suffered from that. We NEVER gave a damn about our pride and self-esteem. We are always too busy getting things done to care. Nonwhites never get it, never will. For example, Chinese officials thought they were being insulted when an American diplomat appeared wearing what they considered cheap shoes.

    And Chinese think they can defeat white people? Yuk. Yuk.

  6. #6 by Simmons on 03/23/2012 - 10:18 am

    Whites have to make up their own minds, if only our side’s theologian and ideologue N&Jsers would come to realize that spending a life seeking singularity via details and other fluff is a waste of a white person’s life.

    Anyway thanks to BUGs the new Occam’s Razor comes upon the scene.

    “Is it anti-White?”

    • #7 by Genseric on 03/23/2012 - 12:45 pm

      This is pivotal to how I now approach every piece of New Information produced in the media and any political or passionate statement ANYBODY makes. With a skeptic’s eye. Always an opportunity to drop the hammer of the great equalizer.

      “Is it anti-White?” and “Are you anti-white?”

      Full speed ahead.

  7. #8 by Epiphany on 03/23/2012 - 10:21 am

    Well, seems to me that the latest message from the U.S. Media is that one is either an Islamophobe or an antisemite, that one cannot be both and cannot be neither. The Neo Conservative prefer us all to be Islamophobes, and we all know why. Still, that is the level of logic these days!

    • #9 by Gavin on 03/23/2012 - 10:39 am

      Can’t please everybody.

  8. #10 by Epiphany on 03/23/2012 - 11:13 am

    Poor Liberals!
    They would rather not be prejudiced against any (except of course, for Germans and White Southerners). The Liberals whine about how we should not be Islamophobic, and whine that they are not Islamophobic.
    Yet, by doing so, they come across as antisemitic!

  9. #11 by Genseric on 03/23/2012 - 12:39 pm

    “I’m a Peer Because I Actually Think I’m Peerless.”

    No. You actually are.
    ————–

    I have ALWAYS despised the CEO (front office) attitude and, more severely, their behavior. The same attitude and behavior which necessitates that even children make an appointment with the secretary in order to meet with Father about anything familial. “Look at me! I’m Important.”

    Pathetic.
    —————–
    “I am who I am and if you don’t appreciate it, then you need to wise up.” -Bob

    HAHA! I LOVE it! Yet another Whitakerism. I wish the “Help me list the Whitakerism’s” thread was still open.

  10. #12 by BGLass on 03/24/2012 - 7:32 am

    I have ALWAYS despised the CEO (front office) attitude and, more severely, their behavior. The same attitude and behavior which necessitates that even children make an appointment with the secretary in order to meet with Father about anything familial. “Look at me! I’m Important.”…”

    It’s easy to imagine a whole other kind of “CEO” and “front office attitude.”

    Maybe due to Daddy– we kids probably never felt anything for such a “CEO,” except contempt. Maybe fear (“never underestimate the power of the blind and stupid– especially from those in the front offices who think they were chosen due to talent instead of sheer usefulness to corruption).

    In the Northeast, bosses would coach the younger people, telling them to act that way— and the southerners would be appalled, but it was hard to explain why.

    Guess it’s a given that anybody can rob, steal, make people wait, bully, spy on people, make life difficult for people who speak their mind, take underlings belongings, cut down people without understanding the reality of the situation…whatever. But it’s just so idk… UNNECESSARY.

    To another mentality, being stupid, petty, and spreading around bad blood for no reason, is just showing you don’t have any power.

    That kind of ‘CEO’ makes some people just feel embarrassed for them…right?

    Like the family that was mentioned. They would always try to recommend people they used for business —and they were ALL THAT “front office attitude” type. NOBODY ever used the people they recommended, lol, since the “local” way of life was to assume a blowhard has no competency (in reality, occasionally, one of those “front office attitude” types ACTUALLY ALSO has some competency…but why bother with the bullshit, if you can get decent AND competent, so even if they were competent, you would pick somebody else, lol).

    I guess the other folkway attitude is that if you have real competency, you’re too busy (and it’s just unnecessary) to go around, acting like that.

    But really, it seems just a different folkway, a different value. How could you trust a person who was so weak as to have to act stupidly bossy for not even any real gain? — that type is just about wasted breath and life is short.

  11. #13 by BGLass on 03/24/2012 - 7:45 am

    If you’re really YOURSELF, and an authentic person, in touch with what SHOULD BE your reaction (like you feel embarrassed at the witness of “front office pundit attitude,” which is what a normal thinking person WOULD feel)— then you have no peers, on a level, as you are only one.

    What’s astonishing is that so many, then, would not desire it. That they would trade that path for the fleeting rush of petty blowhardism and bowing to experts like they were born and bred in a boot camp.

  12. #14 by BGLass on 03/24/2012 - 7:56 am

    —-I’m just glad Mr. Whitaker is passing these things on.

    It’s disheartening to see how many either never knew, or have forgotten, this sort of common sense folkway. The true Southerner, and the true American, is really an amazing thing to behold.

    Many of the Southern bloggers try to make the south about feudalist “front office attitudes” (even some of the better writers, like OD, unfortunately), but Mr. Whitaker is the one who captures it better than any other. If only we were in Biblical times, and he could live to be 900.

  13. #15 by Jason Here on 04/02/2012 - 2:53 am

    Wow, those two paragraphs he referenced are powerful. We DO all have our flaws, so what, they are common. And the paragraph that Whites didn’t create Evil or Good, they just do them better than others summarizes so much.

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