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The AFP Train Wreck

Posted by Bob on February 27th, 2016 under Coaching Session


William Johnson, chairman of the American Freedom Party, is a highly successful attorney.

Unfortunately he has forgotten the mantra of his profession:

“A person who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.”

By the same token, a person who writes his own stuff when he has one of the top staffers in history at his disposal is, well, not being real bright.

So he treated me like all Luncheoneers have treated me.

I was writing robocall scripts. Johnson decided to support Trump, and “Make the AFP a mainline success.”  He didn’t just reject everything I had done, he just told Laura the AFP would become what it wanted to be: a mainline opposition party.

All the robocalls were turned over to the Class Act, Jared Taylor. photo classact.jpg

They wrote their speeches.

I have been doing speeches on the borderline, supporting mainline candidates with our own message, but without causing them to reject us. Even the SPLC said that I am an expert at knife edge politics like that.

Jared and William wrote some robocalls. William told Laura they were wildly successful.

An SPLC rep quoted the parts of those speeches that were amateurish to Trump and Trump immediately disvowed the AFP.

This month our Chairman wrote robocalls denying that the AFP is “racist.”

He also cut Laura’s salary by fifty percent and withdrew the original deal where she would only work for me.

The reason for the cut is that the AFP isn’t getting the same level of contributions it was enjoying when they announced for Trump.

Gee, whiz, I wonder why?

Taylor and Johnson totally outclass me in the Luncheoneer column. But I have been paid to write speeches for people who, if they had lunch with William or Jared, would make their whole Luncheoneer career.

Luncheoneers who write their own stuff when they have me available are like people who decide to be their own lawyers.

Those people run themselves into a train wreck.

Which is what the AFP just did.

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  1. #1 by Simmons on 02/27/2016 - 8:04 pm

    I can only hope you expected this, I did since I read one of this guy’s first press releases. Usual conservative tough talk that gets walked back at the first hint some low rent utters “racist” which all the tough talkers fall to in their racketeering careers.

    To try and help cheer you up your tactics if not your exact rhetoric are making inroads with people who are learning how to be effective instead of the clown posse of intellectuals who write for an audience of about 12 other intellectuals.

  2. #2 by Secret Squirrel on 02/27/2016 - 9:16 pm

    “The reason for the cut is that the AFP isn’t getting the same level of contributions it was enjoying when they announced for Trump.”

    Well DUH… When you dedicate your party to another party, your party becomes a DUNSEL.

    dunsel
    A part on a ship that has no use.
    “What the hell is that thing?” “A dunsel, sir.”
    “You’re a dunsel.”
    “Congradulations, Captain Dunsel.”

    5 Words related to dunsel
    functionless gndn meaningless useless worthless

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dunsel

    “This month our Chairman wrote robocalls denying that the AFP is “racist.””

    Parts of it looked like it was copying Bob’s work, the rest looked like its what the SPLC had TRAINED them to write.

    Perhaps higher ups should read Bob’s blog? Or heaven forbid, do some lowly grunt work and post the Mantra. They will learn what works.

  3. #3 by Jason on 02/27/2016 - 10:32 pm

    Imagine trying to be a Respectable Heretic.

  4. #5 by mandela on 02/27/2016 - 10:44 pm

    March against White Genocide is coming up March 19. South Africa may be getting involved. Here in New Zealand we have been making signs and getting ready. Sorry it did not work out Bob, but it was better than nothing.

  5. #6 by jo3w on 02/28/2016 - 12:06 am

    I’m no political genius, but legitimizing your opponent and deciding to confront him under his conditions just seems like an obviously stupid thing to do.
    Repeated failed solutions for AFP; BUGS is second order change!

  6. #7 by jo3w on 02/28/2016 - 12:10 am

    BTW, the next time you get involved with some upwardly mobile pro-Whites, insist they come to BUGS and learn how to think before you put any effort into their project. Remember, they can’t even afford your fees.

  7. #8 by Henry Davenport on 02/28/2016 - 1:51 am

    “’Make the AFP a mainline success.’ He didn’t just reject everything I had done, he just told Laura the AFP would become what it wanted to be: a mainline opposition party.”

    Is Johnson so young that he attended school during the “You can be anything you want to be” era?

    What magic does he think is going to make that happen? What charismatic leader does he have hidden in the wings?

    People are excited about Trump, not about “White Nationalists,” as he announced himself to be at the beginning of that last robocall.

    Maybe he identifies a little too strongly with Trump, like I did with Roy Rogers when I was about 10, feeling in my heart of hearts that I could clean up those towns full of bad fellows as ably as Roy.

    A wonderful opportunity squandered, just so a bunch of guys with high IQs (I assume) can find out late in life that they’re not so smart.

    • #9 by Henry Davenport on 02/28/2016 - 3:08 am

      AFP could have been the “Stop White Genocide” Party.

      Instead It elected to be the “Don’t vote for the Cuban” Party.

      (I edited my comment I’m replying to, since sometimes I forget to exercise just normal courtesy and then I feel like a jerk)

      And a question for tweeters:

      Has Trump ever retweeted any pro-Whites who did NOT have “White genocide” in their username, profile, tweet, etc.?

      I assume Trump retweets quite a few people, and most are just ordinary people.

      • #10 by Secret Squirrel on 02/28/2016 - 3:54 am

        “Has Trump ever retweeted any pro-Whites who did NOT have “White genocide” in their username, profile, tweet, etc.?”

        That’s a good question HD. Not that I have heard of. Only accounts with White Genocide on them somewhere. A professional would think that was significant.

        • #11 by Henry Davenport on 02/28/2016 - 4:24 am

          I’m only an amateur, but to me it seems at least very interesting!

          Trump could probably teach us a thing or two about memefying. Check out his memefying his young children:

          “[Ever] Since they were little, since they could barely speak, I’d say, ‘No drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes. No drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes.’ Ivanka would say, ‘Dad, you’re driving me crazy every time you say that.’ But I’d say it once a week, or twice a week, or three times.. ‘No drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes.’ She didn’t know what drugs were, she didn’t know what alcohol was. Before they even knew what these things were, I’d just drum it into them. I see it as so important. The world is so tough, and it’s so competitive…”
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=zVjVj-7py18
          FULL Speech/Q&A: Donald Trump Speaks in Waterville Valley, NH (12-1-15)
          (Really good speech, about an hour and 14 minutes. Very near the end, at one hour and 6 minutes, Trump says the above about how he tried to protect his children)

          AFP should get its swarm to smother Trump with their “Vote for Trump, not the Cuban” meme, and see if Trump goes for it. 🙂

  8. #12 by time for freedom on 02/28/2016 - 4:40 am

    Would the situation be better if there were two Bugsers running in the next election cycle as Independent candidates? They would need larger donations, for the robocalls, but there are Bugsers in my country and in America that would give donations to other INDEPENDENT Bugsers to run and do robocalls.

    The initial robocalls were great and I applaud you people for getting those out there. It needs to be done again. It can be done again, in four years, or perhaps sooner.

    I’m not angry at the AFP, They is what they is…And they ain’t what they ain’t…That’s just the way they are. But two Independent Bugsers would have more power than a 1000 AFPs as long as they used every one of these advertising rules to state Mantrafied points, and that means talking about how Diversity IS White Genocide. Not displacement, replacement, or whatever else ,besides White Genocide, these conservatives want to call it.

    Bob says that White Genocide has gone viral. So, in four years as long as we keep working, it will be even more entrenched in the hearts and minds of White people. It will be much more productive to robocall a White population with that kind of pre-existing penetration.

    Now, it’s still a long time before the elections down there. Would Bob and Tom be allowed to put out their own advertisements(robocalls) if they were given money to do so from those of us willing to donate? Would the Party allow you to do so? Or is it basically over for Bob and Tom in regard to Mantra outreach via the AFP? If you can do so, tell us where to send the money and I’ll donate $150 US for that cause. But I won’t donate to the AFP. I’ll send money to Laura for the purpose of helping Bob and Tom make more robocalls and such.

    I always felt bad about that episode that I had here in 2011 when the issue of political donations was being discussed and proposed. I understood what these conservatives were and weren’t, and I had turned my back on conventional politics in favor of exercising the real power of the Mantra to great effect. But now I have come to understand how we can use the political process to expose many of our people to Mantrafied points and affect their understanding of what exactly is being done to them. It’s just one more tool.

  9. #13 by Yankee Rebel on 02/28/2016 - 8:00 am

    Johnson is a “Chumpman” and a dumbass. Jared Taylor is just a stupid Stormfronter.

  10. #14 by Henry Davenport on 02/28/2016 - 8:08 am

    “The AFP Train Wreck”

    Bob, you must not be a great fan of old country music and its old train wreck songs, or you would have entitled this article,

    “Wreck of the old AFP”
    They gave him his orders at Trumpsville station,
    saying, “Bill, you’re way behind time.
    This ain’t 1920, it’s 2016,
    You must put us into Washington on time.”

    Bill turned around and said to his black, greasy fireman,
    “Whitaker, quit shoveling in that coal!
    You’ve got the boiler too damned hot, and we’re traveling like a shot,
    The AFP must go no faster than a stroll!”

    They were going down grade, making 3 miles an hour, when the Trump Train came thundering through.
    Bill hollered out the window, “Do you need a little push?
    We’d like to go to Washington with you!”

    Bob yelled out the Mantra, and Trump said “Come aboard,
    but leave that rusting hulk you’re in right where it stands.
    This train runs on White GeNOcide and it’s gonna’ be one helluva ride,
    We’ll Mantrify all through the White homelands!”
    Wreck of the Old 97
    (by Johnny Cash)
    (by Bill Anderson…I’d never heard of him, but I like the way he sings it a lot. And he tells a nice story starting at 48 seconds. I’m sure the Hank Snow version was the one I was crazy about as a kid)

  11. #15 by Bob on 02/28/2016 - 12:01 pm

    It is critical for you yo understand that what I am talking about was NOT the AFP switching to Trump.
    My objection is that they were trying to support Trump without alienating him, which was a complicated maneuver.
    It is the kind of complicated maneuver even the SPLC sees I am an expert in.
    The AFP acted like the rude snobs they are, but rude snobs are what people like me and Sam Ervin thrived on.
    But leaving me out was dumb.
    It is letting rudeness and snobbery run to stupidity that causes the trainwrecks.

  12. #16 by Secret Squirrel on 02/28/2016 - 10:19 pm

    AFP alienated not just Trump, but their own people too. I have never seen a party abruptly drop its platform and effectively tell its activists to go to another party. It was shocking and disappointing to me and quite a few others.

    Team mates like the AFP in sports are nicknamed Tangles. They mean to help but they are so uncoordinated, they trip up good players up and lose games.

    I do understand what you are saying Bob. As a pro you could have done it.

  13. #17 by Henry Davenport on 02/29/2016 - 2:34 am

    I’m going to take a wild guess that Bill Johnson is not a courtroom lawyer. If he’s a successful courtroom lawyer, then my perplexion increases beyond all limit. The first time I came across the idea of controlling terminology was reading a trial lawyer’s account of needing to do that in trials.

  14. #18 by Henry Davenport on 02/29/2016 - 6:15 am

    It appears AFP will soon add its voice completely to the Silence.

    I just finished listening to Bob and Laura on “In the Eye” (see radio links a few blogs ago).

    Can anyone direct me to other audios in which Bob has talked about “the Silence” a lot? On any of the paltalks?

    Do we have any memes yet (besides “the Silence”) to directly fight it with? Or other tactics?

    I’m thinking of a White House meme-message with one of these titles (one a first thought about it from Tom below, and the other improved by him),

    Help presidential candidates Bob Whitaker and Donald Trump Reclaim Free Speech and BREAK THE SILENCE ON WHITE GENOCIDE

    Help presidential candidates Bob Whitaker and Donald Trump BREAK THE SILENCE ON WHITE GENOCIDE

    • #19 by Tom Bowie on 02/29/2016 - 10:41 am

      HD
      I’ve used a few things on Twitter more or less experimenting a bit. As with anything I vary it a bit so as to not be marked as spam and for the occasion.

      #AntiWhite #Screamers #Thugs & #ThoughtPolice enforce the #Silence We #BreakTheSilence on #WhiteGeNOcide (A few spaces left over for sending as a reply or however needed.)

      In addition to getting practice using it normally I’ve Tweeted to @Twitter and members of it recent “Trust and Safety Council” (I refer to them as the #MinistryOfTruth) in the form of a question tailored to the recipient. I often take note that their group’s goals do NOT include free speech.

      A pair of phrases I like are “Free Speech” (very popular) and “Break The Silence” (aggressive and pro-active while indirectly pointing out there is a Silence).
      Crude Draft Idea off the top of my head: “Join Bob Whitaker and Donald Trump, reclaim Free Speech and Break The Silence on White GeNOcide”.

      That’s my best so far on the Silence.

      • #20 by Henry Davenport on 02/29/2016 - 12:04 pm

        Extremely helpful, Tom, thanks a lot. Also, I haven’t had the spam consideration in mind when using twitter…I guess I’d better.

        #AntiWhite #Screamers #Thugs & #ThoughtPolice enforce the #Silence We #BreakTheSilence on #WhiteGeNOcide

        Nice!

        In addition to getting practice using it normally I’ve Tweeted to @Twitter and members of it recent “Trust and Safety Council” (I refer to them as the #MinistryOfTruth) in the form of a question tailored to the recipient. I often take note that their group’s goals do NOT include free speech.

        I assume you have those in a public twitter list we can all copy as one of our own twitter lists, but what’s your thinking here exactly? I’m very surprised to learn that “Free Speech” is popular still…I assume you include that in your tweets to twitter and to that group:

        1. Do you also include “White Genocide”? I’m thinking that including that would just convince them of the danger of free speech even more.

        2. Or are your posts to twitter and the group aimed largely at the audience on twitter…

        3. …or to the sub-audience there that is sufficiently concerned about that group that they will recognize the names in it that you are tweeting to?

        Sorry to be so detailed…I’ve tried to make it easier for you to respond by numbering my questions. 🙂

        I’m going back and forth on the two possible petition titles as I changed them in the post above…I’m leaning toward the one you suggested that has “Free Speech” in the title, but I could use the second one and have “Free Speech” in the text. Let me know if you (or anyone else) thinks the second option is better.

        • #21 by Tom Bowie on 02/29/2016 - 6:26 pm

          I’ll try to get back to the questions as soon as I can; right now I’ve got an Idea. Those that know me run for the hills when I say that but sometimes those ideas work quite well.

          I’ll just answer the last part for now; I’m good with either choice for the title. After all you could always use the other choice in a future Virtual Billboard at the White House Website.

        • #22 by Tom Bowie on 03/01/2016 - 1:22 am

          Back at it.
          (I have a public list yes but, I haven’t yet added most of the names. The list includes others and had many self appointed Political Correctness Officers at one time, many of those ended up banned themselves.)

          #1) Generally I stick to the Free Speech and Silence Topic with them. I do however often use #MinistryOfTruth but, I’m known to poke elephants with wild abandon. After all they got a notification when I put them on a list to start with.

          #2) I aim at everybody. The Tweets are directed to the organizations themselves but, anybody can see them on my time line, my followers get them on their main page, and as I use any Hashtags that work they can be seen by people looking there as well.

          #3) I think I covered most in #2 but, not everything. Many have Free Speech as an issue; even being dedicated to it like we are to fighting White GeNOcide. Currently Twitter has many who are not happy with some of the shifty tricks Twitter has been using. Shadow Banning (Where you see your Tweets and other people’s Tweets but, your Tweets don’t appear in your followers Timeline.) or other dirty tricks Twitter is now using.

          *Twitter is ready to fail if they go to far, they’re not the only choice. If they ban controversial folks it’s a lost audience. Next they’ll go after the borderline Racial / Respectable Conservatives and that’s a lost audience. Those seeking differing viewpoints will leave and another lost audience. There are also a few smaller groups that leave or get booted out as well. By the time they’re done, the place will be far more diverse and You’ll see White Flight take place.
          tumblr. is viewed as a sewer like place but, it is much like Twitter and could become the new place to be and Twitter the sewer and ghetto.

          Twitter is often resorting to dirty tricks at the moment, they want to ban folks but, they don’t want to be hurt by it.
          They haven’t figured out quite how to do that yet.

  15. #23 by -backbaygrouch- on 02/29/2016 - 6:15 am

    Nice parody. Enjoyed it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKN1_yN3sgs

    “Dalhart’s 1924 recording of “The Wreck of the Old 97″—a classic American railroad ballad about the September 27, 1903 derailment of Southern Railway Fast Mail train No. 97 near Danville, Virginia—for the Victor Talking Machine Company, became a runaway hit, alerting the national record companies to the existence of a sizable market for country-style vocals. It became the first Southern song to become a national success.” [wiki]

    Like you Henry my first memory of the song was Hank Snow’s version as my mother, a Nova Scotian, was a fan of his. But this 1924 version is probably the one Bob grew up on.

    • #24 by Henry Davenport on 02/29/2016 - 6:46 am

      [off-topic]

      Lol…you mean Bob’s grandparents, right!? Or parents at least. Well maybe not, it was my grandparents’ Dahlhart recordings of old songs that I listened to as a very young child, come to think of it.

      Dahlhart’s record of Old 97 sold over 6 million copies! Pretty good for the 1920s and 1930s.

      I came across this fellow’s 3-minute video account of the wreck that’s pleasant listening.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHrJzaBogpo

      Hank Snow was Canadian, I recall, and I believe from Nova Scotia like your mother, or nearby (?) I’m glad to know Canadians apparently liked him too. I’d always thought of him as just another American country singer when I was a teenager in the golden age of country music in the 1950s.

      When I was younger, friends told me I should be a country singer. I should replace the string that’s been broken on my guitar for 3 years and figure out how to put my version of that classic on youtube as a salute to AFP.

      The Kingston Trio did a humorous song about the Boston subway to the same tune and slightly similar lyrics.

  16. #25 by Daniel Genseric on 03/01/2016 - 1:13 am

    I warned you Bob, and you know it.

    It’s not as nuanced as we’re pretending here. Do you remember what we call it when we cut someone’s pay in half and double their workload?

    Constructive dismissal.

    You should have listened to the AMERICAN campaign manager who advised you to stay focused on our FIRST campaign. Now, I’m going to get back to work quietly making inroads by demonstrating how to exercise raw power at the dissident level.

  17. #26 by Bob on 03/01/2016 - 12:49 pm

    Gee Thanks, Genseric, I really need another stab in the back.

  18. #27 by time for freedom on 03/01/2016 - 11:47 pm

    “I have been doing speeches on the borderline, supporting mainline candidates with our own message, but without causing them to reject us. Even the SPLC said that I am an expert at knife edge politics like that.”|

    So a good way for the AFP to use Trump on Twitter would be to say something like:

    “Donald Trump has brought greater attention to #WhiteGenocide, #antiwhites hate this…We at the AFP applaud this”

    The trick is to openly approve of Trump–or anyone for that matter–as long as they serve as a means to expose our concerns about White Genocide, and to structure our comments or tweets in just that way.

    This demonstrates that we have our own independently chosen agenda we are devoted to achieving, This in turn protects him from being publicly affiliated with our party by the Press, which in turn relieves him of the necessity of alienating himself from the AFP.

    Is this a correct interpretation of how to use these candidates, or any public figure for that matter?

  19. #28 by Henry Davenport on 03/05/2016 - 9:55 pm

    White Supremacists Neglect Their Own Presidential Candidate To Back Donald Trump
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/white-supremacists-trump_us_56d9fb11e4b0000de404a652
    “White Genocide” – 5 times (including displayed tweet)
    “White Self-Hatred is SICK!!!” – 1 time

    I posted that in Mantra in the News, but this blog seems like the place to discuss it. As Bob commented above, the issue is NOT the AFP switching to Trump, but there’s other content also.

  20. #29 by White Rayne on 03/14/2016 - 1:49 pm

    Has the American Freedom Party took time to think about the effects of what they are doing by endorsing Trump could have on future candidates the AFP may want to support for their party? I don’t know a whole lot about politics but if the AFP does not use the robocalls to endorse their own candidate then this privilege could be taken away from them in the future. Right? Not only that Trump has millions to spend on robocalls to get him in office. The point of having this privilege was to get the message out about White genocide.

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