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When Did the USSR Fall?

Posted by Bob on April 12th, 2011 under Coaching Session

While respectable conservatives were impressing their readers with untranslated French and comparisons of Marxism with free market authors I, as usual was a pain in the ass who wanted to get serious.

I fought the Cold War, literally, I SAW the Soviet Empire and the walls around it, the ones that predated and were not just the Berlin Wall.

A segregationist Southerner by the 1970s spent full time groveling and announcing his errors to the world and hoping to find a buyer.

I noticed that everything we had predicted happened exactly as we Alarmists had predicted. Unlike about all other Southern pros, I never told anybody once that integration was a good idea. James Jackson Kilpatrick, who had written a pro-segregation book, dismissed it all ten years later in a column saying “I’ve got rid of all my Southern prejudices.”

A reintegration in the generation before neoconservatives.

The Tea Party cows finally found their way to denouncing neoconservatives. EVERYBODY denounces neoconservatives. But neoconservatives are the ones who get PAID. So all paid respectable (redundant) anti-liberals stick to the straight neoconservative line and deny vehemently they are neoconservatives.

I saw no reason to be a neo anything.

I had been right and my side lost the war.

Not a new realization for a Southerner.

So I went to work to get rid of the entire Soviet Empire. There were at least two parts to this. First you had to be one of the very few who knew the weaknesses of the USSR. I went to the graduate school where the only people who saw the real Communist economies for what they were and fought the CIA, the established economists, everybody, and were dead right, taught.

I took Soviet Economics under one of Goldwater’s two top economic advisors, who went over there regularly and knew the score.

I worked in Intelligence, and found that the Soviet Union invented NOTHING while the United States had been scrambling to “catch up” with Soviet technology after the launching of Sputnik in 1957.

The Sputnik rocket was the usual copy of American technology and several like it were sitting in the US warehouses before Sputnik went up.

And, lastly, I knew that the only POLIITICAL combination that could elect someone who really wanted to get rid of the USSR and knew the score could be elected by overcoming the Bushes and Fords who refused to appeal to the ten million Wallace voters.

So I concentrated on that. I wrote the defining book on the Populist side. As the review in National Review said, “Mr. Whitaker is unique because his voice is coming from INSIDE the Populist Movement.” Everybody theorized about the Wallace vote. I spoke for them.

Once Reagan got through with the Soviet Union for eight years, there is confusion about the exact date when the USSR actually disappeared. One news program showed the Russian flag flying over the Kremlin instead of the hammer and sickle, but nobody on the street was sure what country they were in.

  1. #1 by Genseric on 04/12/2011 - 9:10 am

    I have the nagging suspicion that this might be flying for a while….

  2. #2 by Dave on 04/12/2011 - 12:15 pm

    This is largely a story of temporal provincialism. But what is temporal provincialism?

    The era of the USSR post WWII was a story of every other third-world backwater on the planet backing, saddling up, and kissing the wrong horse.

    This is very meaningful for today. This is a history (of backing the USSR) these third-world backwaters don’t want to remember. Why did it happen?

    The answer lies in the foul obsessed creature we call Mommy Professor. Mommy Professor, having achieved something extraordinary, and that is the ability to earn a comfortable living without having to do anything practical, has an unseemly obsession with the plight of desperate impoverished people. She cannot stay away from them.

    She was well represented in the United States by one of the most repulsive of the devil’s minions, that fellow we know as Jimmy (the limousine leaper) Carter who even today in his extreme old age is chauffeured around the planet in search of someone desperate and impoverished. Whenever his chauffeur reports that one has been sighted, Mr. Carter leaps out of his limousine, and gives the desperate impoverished person a big hug and kiss and a photo op, and then he quickly leaps back into his limousine lest he spend more than sixty seconds outside his bubble of luxury, leisure, and splendid affluence.

    The train of press dutifully following then reports that Mr. Carter had once again proved that he was a Saint, a materialized Buddha, and probably the resurrected Christ despite Mr. Carter’s protestations of his love for Moslems, Jews, and Communists as ALL being “equal” under his munificence.

    In the form of Jimmy Carter, Mommy Professor dances with joy at the true meaning of the promise of “having it made”. For Mommy Professor, there is absolutely nothing that can be imagined that she does not deserve. She gets to be everything all at once and THAT she GETS everything means EVERYTHING. She even gets to forget that she once backed the USSR.

    But we here at BUGS should tend to our own knitting for the obsessions that allow for Mommy Professor are EVERYWHERE. We don’t have some magic bullet proof vest that shields us from succumbing also. That is why when you see white Americans mewing about the Holy Constitution you had better look askance. It is proof they don’t understand Mommy Professor.

    Obsessions flow in subterranean rivers so deep we know not what we do. That is why: “Those who own the present own the Future. Those who own the present NEVER have any serious relationship to what is really going to happen.”

  3. #3 by BGLass on 04/12/2011 - 2:57 pm

    ‘…The answer lies in the foul obsessed creature we call Mommy Professor. Mommy Professor, having achieved something extraordinary, and that is the ability to earn a comfortable living without having to do anything practical…’

    Well, it’s not like they don’t do anything. They have to process ever cheaper people and stamp things sometimes or something, or write a policy paper about it.

    Talked to someone who takes a “public” paycheck from the “right,” from a public that does not statistically want to give it. The person was complaining (the way the hannitys do) about all the “freeloaders” on “welfare” and the renters down their street (they own).

    Sometimes it’s best to just explain directly that a “public” paycheck from the “right” IS welfare, just like the public pay from the left; the “right” is even more responsible than the left for our debt. It is another kind of “program.” That’s all. They are no better than the “seiu” they say they don’t like and so on.

    Sometimes nobody has even ever bothered to just tell them.

    Has anyone yet done a serious cost analysis about whether, since 1965, the military build-up apparatus OR the “social program” apparatus, including the two propaganda arms (fear versus shaming), has actually cost the creative class more?

  4. #4 by BGLass on 04/12/2011 - 3:00 pm

    That’s the other thing. The idea “lower, middle, higher” class is totally unworkable, so why do they keep using it. There is the left fleece machine (guilt narratives), and the right fleece machine (terror narrative), the interest-milking class, and then a few creative people.

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