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Headlines Are A Stopgap

Posted by Bob on April 7th, 2010 under Coaching Session

I was reading a fairly editorial piece by Larry Niven, a sci-fi writer. In passing, he said, “…back in the time when we thought people of the future would be almost infinitely wealthy. Most of us can remember THOSE days …”

Today, no one talks about a wealthy future. All wealth is stolen from The Environment. When I point out that there is no starvation on earth any more, it is a voice in total silence. No one notices that at all.

We used to make fun of the Hard Shell Baptists, who insisted they were going to spend Eternity in almost unendurable Joy, but who sat around waiting for it like someone in a dentist’s office where there was no anesthesia.

But the whole basis of humor is a sense of PROPORTION. And today there is no sense of proportion on either side.

One thing noticeable about the Doonesbury comic strip is that everyone in it had the exact same expression on his or her or its face: sadness, bearing it out, in other words the misery all young people are expected to have today. Doonesbury was an expression of perfect Political Correctness, and that is Political Correctness: Things are bad and can only get worse.

PC says that anything you have is a sin.

But not as bad as they SHOULD get.

Has anyone noticed any similarity?

Well only in BUGS can one see any similarity

You see, there are those institutions that depend on a conservative “Christian” constituency and those that depend on a “Progressive” constituency.

If you want to raise money on a “right wing,” “Tea Party” constituency, you can point out that Doonesbury types are a bunch of misery-worshipping sickos. You get money for telling the “Christians” that they AREN’T.

In this society, it is fatal to overestimate intelligence, so I will point out that Doonesbury praises the Wisdom and Progressiveness of people whose only expression is that of misery.

But no sane person will point out that identity.

So I will.

Larry Niven talked about a world we all remember, but which no one dares OPENLY remember. The Tea Party offers the kind of Heaven Hard-Shelled Baptists waited for, with their teeth clinched.

PC offers self-hatred, but as a duty, teeth clinched.

I have talked about the fact that there is no starvation in the white-developed world.

Let’s expand on that. The Aryan-ruled world — PC will agree it was Aryan ruled for blame but not for credit — is history’s only REWARD-BASED society. Other Great Civilizations were based on the whip.

Western Supremacy is not based on requiring bush Africans to ride bicycles and have transistor radios on them.

If anybody wants to wear the weird outfits you see on Africans in the Rosetta Stone, they are welcome to do so. I have spent a LOT of time in Africa, and I have NEVER seen any black wearing those uncomfortable sticks and strings.

They don’t WANT to.

Western Civilization is simply more comfortable, tastier, more fun than the crap PCs worship.

Humans want MORE.

At this moment in history, we are stuck with two groups who argue over what people should feel guilty about. Neither has anything to offer that anybody WANTS.

Just for instance, what if cold fusion were developed? Some Europeans are working on it.

A thousand times the power at a percentage of the cost..

What about the suitcase bomb?

That would make how many white devils can exploit the point of a pen pretty passé.

In short, the headlines are fascinating until something important happens.

  1. #1 by backbaygrouch4 on 04/07/2010 - 7:18 am

    Reagan’s Morning in America theme was the best political media weapon of the generation. Any GOP 2012 hopeful should consider playing off it. Express it anew, apply it to the present, while invoking the past, the memory of Reagan.. Something along the line of: Dark Shower Clouds Are Not The Night. It Is Still Morning In America.

    Hard Shell Baptists is not a familiar term. Could it be akin to rural Nova Scotia Free Will Baptists at the turn of the previous century? Sounds like my mother’s side. Grandpa Dexter was given a bottle of fine whiskey as a wedding present in 1898. He accepted it for medicinal purposes only. He passed about six decades later and it was still 3/4 full. A healthy a life is, of course, a blessing, yet it does seem that the ‘water of life’ has more than a medicinal value.

  2. #2 by shari on 04/07/2010 - 10:26 am

    I’ve thought that it’s going to take some, well timed,unexpected,surprises to make mantra repeating, really take off. I think such events are very close. But,I don’t know what they will be.

  3. #3 by Dave on 04/07/2010 - 10:51 am


    Reagan’s “Morning in America” wouldn’t have a chance. What you are not getting is that we are experiencing political destabilization in its “Real McCoy” manifestation.

    Humpty Dumpty is in smithereens on the cobblestone street and nobody is going to put him back together again, not today, not tomorrow, and not ever. It is preposterous that a mere political marketing campaign could somehow pull America back into a united entity.

    America has been racially and ethnically destabilized. The Establishment in its millennialism has really and truly screwed up. It is not possible to screw up worse than they have screwed up. They have in fact destroyed our country and we are never going to get it back again, ever.

    Imagine a piece of safety glass. Then imagine taking a few swings with a carpenter’s hammer to it. Step back and look at the results: Extreme fracturing. That’s America.

    Now go out and try to find somebody or any organization that isn’t seething with bitterness and resentment. Try and find somebody who doesn’t have a closet full and axes and knives and a panel of “enemies” he or she isn’t nursing resentments about. Try to find any church, school, media, or business institution that isn’t in the same state of affairs.

    This is what real political destabilization gets you.

    The dour Democrats and Marxists, the dour Republications and Respectables, the dour Tea Partiers and goofball Libertarians , the dour Evangelists and “Christian Right”, the dour government, licensing, and police organizations, the dour media organizations, the dour business organizations, they are all just gangs organized around some weak cultism, nursing resentments. All have growing enemies’ lists.

    There is a shared “nothing”. Neighborhood by neighborhood. From the ground up, everywhere.

    When I say there is no such thing as “mankind”. That’s not my verdict. That’s society’s verdict. It’s REAL verdict.

    Reaganism has no place in this world of extreme fracturing. And “political success” is impossible in this world.

    This is what the Establishment in its “civil rights” millennialism and immigration policies has done to us.

    Horus has it right what he says, “Don’t deny that you are part of a reaction to a problem”.

    This is how everybody gets swept into the maelstrom of Poltical Correctness.

    Ironically, though, this just increases the power of technologists because they are the only ones who can bail out government finance. In every area of technology there are just a few “superstars” that are driving things, most of them white. But that’s just “mother nature”.

    None of this, however, does anything to solve the underlying political problem, which is racial.

  4. #4 by Simmons on 04/07/2010 - 2:25 pm

    Yes Dave I agree 110%. Reagan’s America has passed, literally or is on Medicare and SS yet another part of the entitlements crowd.

    Brilliant politics for that time with the GGs desperate for retirement and finally willing to put a boot to their brat’s backsides so they could retire and head to Vegas or Florida without that pesky BS liberalism screwing it up.

    I should go off on a riff on Peak Oil it perfectly dovetails with what Bob describes as how the Left sounds, but I won’t.

  5. #5 by Peter rabbit on 04/07/2010 - 2:43 pm

    I forget if I posted this already…here is a Christian conservative Tea Party guy using the mantra like a pro. Gotta love it:

  6. #6 by Bob on 04/08/2010 - 3:18 am

    I should go off on a riff on Peak Oil it perfectly dovetails with what Bob describes as how the Left sounds, but I won’t.

    Bob says Do It

  7. #7 by Simmons on 04/08/2010 - 9:34 am

    A short riff hopefully not boring, and mostly hoping it does not inspire the usual optimist’s “whites can save the world for billions more FCCs” hoohaa.

    Peak Oil is basically an issue for the Left, the Left is feminine minded and PO is officially about doom and misery in a feminine way (we all better share our misery). If you post at a PO site you had better be miserable and you better like taxes payable to the carbon oligarchs.

    Thing is I believe their numbers for the most part and the general theory which seems to be holding up. They only have taken to it because it fits their general sense of being miserable louses with a superiority complex for being Mommy Prof’s little favorite pets, who happen to hate whitey and all that jazz. Still its about the numbers and the general theory, even the BNP recognizes that fact and the usefulness of the issue.

    Well anyway “Globalism” has worked and the rising tide of color wants Western Luxury and that takes oil which the Earth will only give so much at a limited flow rate.

    If any of the innumerate take me to task I will clobber them. If anyone wants to know how the left behaves because of my observations of PO doom and gloomers I can enlighten. Hint; the PO movement is whiter than the KKK.

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