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Hold Me Back! Hold Me Back!

Posted by Bob on April 8th, 2011 under Coaching Session

In my youth I heard that a lot. Some guy was trying to act macho and he yelled for others to hold him back.

As you know, coaches are not particularly known for being delicate with their team. As I told you, when I did something particularly stupid, as my attention deficit would make me do, Coach would yell out, for every single person at practice to hear,

“Feel around you, Whitaker, maybe you’re still in bed!!!”

So I am gentle. Also, as I have pointed out before, the kind of person who gets all personally insulted and takes his toys and goes home is someone, as I have learned from bitter experience, that you do NOT want on your team.

The title of this piece is a good example of coach-type diplomacy when he is dealing with his team.

I get a negative feeling whenever I see someone give a web site and say it might be a good location for OTHERS to try.

Hold ME back! Just Hold me back!

One of the basic differences between BUGS and Stormfront is that we are IN the battle.

There may be cases where you hold back for a reason. Then GIVE the REASON.

You may want to consult with our team first. There are many reasons you may hold back, but the motto of BUGS is GET IN THERE! So you should explain why you are theorizing on an action site.

Feel around you.

Maybe you’re still in bed.

  1. #1 by Genseric on 04/08/2011 - 10:07 am

    Holy SHIT!

    I am………..

  2. #2 by Simmons on 04/08/2011 - 10:16 am

    Since it is reelect Obama season his cult (the media) will be out in full force with implicit anti-white news pieces. It is all about the swing vote and their vanity, which is legendary.

    The media will try and bury the angry nigras, ugly looking gangster mestizos, and non-photogenic screaming jews, and instead cough up the usual “hurts women and little Rastus the most” stories.

    As for the topic of this Bob post, I might post something like he mentions but it is because I lack a log in for that site and maybe someone here is a local with one.

    • #3 by H.Avenger on 04/08/2011 - 10:28 am


      He sure ain’t talking about you. And probably is not talking about anyone in particular. For example, I posted a link to a Stormfront thread on GC7. I knew someone would come and answer it immediately. Whereas I could not do it justice until a day later. We all got a lot of stuff to do. That is why we have a WAR ROOM. So we call in reinforcements if we need em.

      And yes I hear ya about local websites. Some are hospital to non locals. Others are not so user friendly. BUGS should get a automatic press pass! Dammit we are too important to have to deal with log ins and passwords all the time!

  3. #4 by dungeoneer on 04/08/2011 - 11:43 am

    I see have seen what can be achieved with some raw effort and I very much like what I see.

    For instance when good old RamziPaul said those magic words…..dang just that was worth a few thousand keyboard hours!

  4. #5 by Dave on 04/08/2011 - 12:01 pm

    The major weapon in use in politics is defamation and skill in the techniques of defamation.

    The Mantra is specifically designed to be an effective countermeasure to the enemy’s techniques of defamation.

    What does the word “effective” mean? It means DOING THE RIGHT THING.

    The Mantra is about DOING THE RIGHT THING to counter and neutralize the enemy’s defamatory assaults.

    Personally, I feel my confidence is there that I can succeed, but it took me a lot of work to get to there. You have to be prepared to EFFECTIVELY respond regardless of what they throw at you.

    I am a follower of Lilly Tomlin’s aphorism: “Whenever I think I am too cynical, they get ahead of me.”

    It is IMPOSSIBLE to be too cynical. You don’t understand war if you don’t know that.

    What is wrong with theorizing? Answer: It is proof you are NOT cynical enough.

    I have no problem with Mommy Professor’s minions. They are nothing and they mean nothing.

    It is Mommy Professor HERSELF that is my concern. Mommy Professor is a shrewd and ruthless bully. SHE KNOWS WHAT SHE IS DOING. DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE HER.

    A successful Mommy Professor is a PLAYER in the world of politics (meaning she is tuned up and effective in real war). Most ordinary people cannot imagine how cynical she is. Ordinary people are never that ruthless.

    What is the Mantra? The Mantra is like those Rangers in their initial assault on Iraq. We had squads walking down urban streets fully exposed shouting insults, pounding their chests, and DARING Iraqis to shoot at them. “Dog face” of WWII, cowering in his foxhole, could not have imagined it.

    The Mantra is about seriously getting in Mommy Professor’s face. Each Mommy Professor who hears the Mantra as the intolerable challenge it really is, will want to respond. It is THESE Mommy Professors that are our real enemy.

    That is who I want to take on. I want to rub Mommy Professor’s nose in the Mantra. I want to send her away enraged. I want her to know that I am as good at making her life a living hell as she is good at making everybody else’s life a living hell.

    You can’t be too cynical. It is impossible. Stormfronters don’t know that.

  5. #6 by Frank on 04/09/2011 - 11:10 am

    Dave, I live in a university town, so have a lot of Mommy Profs here both in the U and throughout the local political establishment. I comment in the local newsblogs, and get a word in wherever I smell anti-white, which is everywhere.

    I actually use the phrase “mommy professor” in some posts, and usually with anti-white in the same sentence. The intent is to make the MPs look both silly and evil.

    The question I have for you is: do you (or any other bugsters) use “mommy professor” outside of “our Thing” here? Do you recommend it? Do you see a problem with it?

    Thanks for all your coach-talks!

  6. #7 by Dave on 04/10/2011 - 2:28 am


    I use “Mommy Professor” all the time and I use it in any venue I happen to be in without restraint (I regularly use the term in informal conversations with elected officials, in speaking before groups, and also at work) It is perfect because it is an underhanded way of expressing disrespect while having “cover” for being called on it.

    You know the organizational game when it comes to behavioral standards: You have to keep your commentary within the bounds of “being directed toward an organizational purpose” or face discipline for having a personal agenda. You can stay within those bounds and successfully use the term “Mommy Professor”. I have never been called on it for violating organizational behavioral norms.

    It is very difficult to be called on using “Mommy Professor” because you just say that you are reminding everyone, Mommy Professor’s credentials notwithstanding, that you are just dealing with opinion. The question is whether it is “informed opinion” and informed opinion adheres to people regardless of credentials. People are sick and tired of the costume of credentials anyway. Increasingly, reciting one’s credentials just makes people groan. In today’s world credentials are actually a hindrance to your credibility (outside of medicine and other technical areas where formal ratings actually matter), but kids don’t know this.

    Everybody knows it is “Mommy Professor’s” tendency to hide behind her status, even though it is not uncommon for her to claim to be a renegade. (This is another thing I think people are increasingly sick of – the standard claim of Establishment people that they are anti-Establishment).

    Think of Elizabeth Warren (Harvard Law Professor and Special Counsel to the President) and her pretense that she is a feared enemy of Wall Street and friend of THE CONSUMER.

    I wish I had a nickel for every anti-Establishment “rebel” in the Establishment. I would be a rich man indeed. Mommy Professor LOVES to posture. Pretending she is a “rebel” is one of her most standard forms of posturing.

    Believe me, Elizabeth Warren would be offended by being called “Mommy Professor” and she would have a terrible time responding. “Mommy Professor” is a great insult. It is durable, memorable, and it works.

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