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Posted by Bob on May 1st, 2007 under Bob, Comment Responses

Bob I have recommended to the editors of the comments section at the AR page to interview you but along with my posts that don’t conform to the “If Bob never existed” type they just get canned. If anyone one wants to see the cardboard people’s posts go to AR.

Comment by Simmons


To cope with this, I developed a “If you can’t get what you like, like what you get.” mentality.

One of my former buddies said that the first time he saw me was a second-year grad party welcoming the new graduate economics students to the University of Virginia. Somebody said, “Well, I see Whitaker’s cutting them up again.”

“Cutting them up” meant that, hearing that I was an unapologetic young racist, one after another of the new students came up to me and recited what William Buckley or Ayn Rand had taught them about racism. I took about three minutes each making each of them look like a total idiot, at which point they would get another drink and wander elsewhere.

Everybody knew what was going on because I had done that to every member of my own class who tried that crap and to every PROFESSOR as well.

NO ONE takes me on head on, as you will se in the antis section of SF.

This means that people like Jared and Joe Sobran find I said something they don’t like and then simply cut off communication with me. After I wrote my first book, condemning both liberals and conservatives, a lot of conservative congressmen would scorn me at parties. But NOBODY took me on.

When I was young that hurt, A LOT. But you can only be hurt so many times before it becomes routine, and this has been happening to me at least since 1958 on a regular basis. It soon left only a practical problem: How was I to know that the former buddy I had helped for years was just very busy or had decided to freeze me out for some unknown reason?

I say plenty that offends everybody, so finding out why is not an easy problem. I need to know they are freezing me out so I can go on to other things and not depend on them; this is a practical matter, as I say, but NOBODY ever tells me what they are upset about or even that they are upset.

This is, of course, one of the reasons I got thngs DONE that others didn’t. It is the opposite of networking. Most people who think they have power are not really that interested in power. Their illusion of power comes from carefully keeping the good opinion of others.

I’m just plain different. I would rather be liked, but it is WAY down on my priority list. After all this time, I simply am not capable of getting mad at Jared or Joe or all the hundreds of others. All I can think of is who is on the side of my race and who didn’t. They cannot understand that my praise is more valuable to them personally precisely because I know, for reasons I don’t know and have been at this too long to care about, that my praise will buy me nothing.

I wish my former buddies didn’t turn into nasty little cowards when it comes to me. But if you can’t get what you want, you have to learn to like what you get. None of this slows the circulation of my ideas much. People use what I’ve got without attribution. Conservatives usually quote what I said when some liberals uses it because he heard it from somebody and it’s good.

If they knew who it comes from, they wouldn’t use it. But good stuff like this is he way they make their livng. When Bill Rusher gave me credit for the observation that the Federal courts are always the last ditch for every group that is going out of power, NOBODY used it.

So getting credit is just too costly. I made my living and a good retirement doing this, so I don’t need to be reminded that I am good at this. I don’t WANT credit from them, I want the power they don’t know they’re giving me.

I say what others will not say. I do what others will not do. And it WORKS.

If our race is to survive somebody has to do this. I got what I asked for, and it has given me a purpose in life beyond that of anyone else on our side or the other.

  1. #1 by Dave on 05/01/2007 - 12:06 pm

    “Most people who think they have power are not really that interested in power. Their illusion of power comes from carefully keeping the good opinion of others.”

    This is a priceless quote from BW. In it he has fully explained everything there is to know about Asian society.

    Extreme consciousness about issues of organizational rank. Personal autonomy not allowed.

    BW is like a bouncer I used to know: He was questioned about blooding up a couple of Marines. He replied: “The Marines are trained to fight. I FIGHT EVERY DAY. Big difference.”

  2. #2 by Pain on 05/01/2007 - 1:43 pm

    “Cutting them up” meant that, hearing that I was an unapologetic young racist.”

    America was a different country then. Today you would be kicked out of school.

  3. #3 by Simmons on 05/01/2007 - 2:33 pm

    Its not to say that your ideas are not used By Jared because he certainly is using some variants of your and our methodology. When you say that conservatives never define the word “racism” and I say that “racism” used as a word is little but metaphysical mumbo jumbo even Jared has picked up on that and taken to actually questioning the meaning of the word “racism.”

  4. #4 by Bob on 05/01/2007 - 3:02 pm

    But Simmons, PLEASE don’t tell him those concepts are from US.

    To the coat-and-tie crowd, some things are far more important than saving the

  5. #5 by Simmons on 05/02/2007 - 8:15 am

    I don’t want the preachers I want the the flock so as to turn it into a pack.

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