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Snobbery Versus Victory

Posted by Bob on April 27th, 2011 under Coaching Session

My brother sent me an article from the respectable conservative Weekly Standard. It has a feature picture of David Horowitz being escorted to speak at a university forum with two bodyguards. Horowitz is demanding the Academic Bill Of Rights which, among other things, says that a student should have the right to appeal if he is downgraded purely for having a political opinion other than Mommy Professor’s.

The article cites numerous examples of students being flunked for having non-Marxist opinions.

President Cary Nelson of the American Association of University Professors, AAUP, fanatically opposes the measure and makes it plain that he is a Marxist. He says, as I keep pointing out to you here, that Marxists believe that “Everything is fundamentally political and there is no reason why the classroom shouldn’t enjoy the benefits of a being a stage for progressive activists attempting to win converts for their cause.” (Quote from article)

I wrote and published about this in 1976 which split the mainline respectable conservative publication down the middle, one side producing a review called “Read This One!” The Buckley side produced a front page article attacking me largely for my attack on “higher education.”

One very essential point the front page 1976 article made was that was that redneck like me whose specialty was being out on the streets with the Wallace Democratic working stiffs WAS uniquely able to speak for what they later called “social conservatives,” But not about academe.

That was up to the Buckleys of the world.

The Weekly Standard goes on to point out that “mainline conservatives” ceded higher education to the left a generation ago.”

Really? What a surprise!

Does this sound familiar to anybody?

Does it sound a bit like the difference between me and Jared Taylor today?

The Weekly Standard article begins it last paragraph with, “I am persuaded that the Academic Bill of Rights didn’t get a fair hearing. But I am less than certain about what to do next.”

Don’t blame yourself, old buddy, that “uncertainty” has been a job requirement of respectable conservatives for over forty years.

  1. #1 by Simmons on 04/27/2011 - 10:42 am

    Speaking of Jared’s losing tactics, Hunter has posted the millionth black crime thread, and expecting different results. I’m sure Bob can recognize that these crime and IQ threads are but a continuation of the old physical anthropologists the heroes of ours from a far gone era’s work. I guess those AmRen articles on Grant, Stoddard, Coon, Putnam tell us that many on our side worship these fine fellows, but mistakenly believe they can continue on with the same line of work and expect different results.

    We BUGsters have alot of work making the above mentioned folks and their sensitive egos come to understand that 1930s academia while factually correct has to have a marketing tweak.

    The phrase is “anti-white.”

    • #2 by Dick_Whitman on 04/27/2011 - 3:49 pm

      “Black Run America”


  2. #3 by Simmons on 04/27/2011 - 10:47 am

    But since our side will be the whipping boy in America’s Zimbabwe era, I expect AmRen, CofCC, Alt-right and others will become desperate enough to turn to BUGs for the answer.

    Thank god that the left is run by psychopathic sadists like MSNBC and their campaign of intimidation. (I honestly could not program that station better than they currently are)

    Anyway I have to email Peter Brimelow and tell him that when he and his writers pubicly names an “anti-racist” an anti-white I will contribute.

  3. #4 by Simmons on 04/27/2011 - 11:05 am

    Speaking of academia, wordism and a small amount of snobbery, the Paul campaign is kicking off today. Currently a few thousand people are hoping against hope that RP becomes “pro-white”, and folks that ain’t gonna happen, ever.

    Here is the new BUGster tactic (being presumptious here, delete if I overstepped).

    We get the Paul campaign to publicly denounce the far left’s anti-white propaganda blitz, that is it, a simple denunciation using the phrase “anti-white” and omit any of our hobby horses. Thank god for MSNBC, I love them people, only “our” side can screw this up.

    Go Ron Paul. Tell them anti-whites to go to hell.

    • #5 by Genseric on 04/28/2011 - 4:29 pm

      Hunter replies to you and basically says, “Yes. Admittedly, we have been doing the same thing since the early 90’s. But, NOW we have Facebook, Youtube, and smart phones.”


      I love the guy, but as Charlie Sheen would say, “That ain’t winning.’ It’s not the advancement of Technology that will serve to kill anti-White sentiment, though it will help reach people easily. It’s the advancement of THE MESSAGE. He just doesn’t seem to get it…yet.

      • #6 by OldBlighty on 04/28/2011 - 6:25 pm

        “He just doesn’t seem to get it…yet.”

        I don’t think he will ever get it, to be honest. He’s too much the intellectual. Hopefully some of his other readers will.

        • #7 by Genseric on 04/28/2011 - 6:41 pm

          “He’s too much the intellectual.”

          Are you saying that he thinks he is smarter than Bob and BUGS and is too proud to adopt someone else’s technique? Or, are you saying that he thinks he is more cunning than The Mantra itself?

          In what context do you mean ‘intellectual?’

          • #8 by OldBlighty on 04/28/2011 - 11:48 pm

            I think he and others like him, enjoy what they are doing, much like some enjoy the challenge of playing a game of chess.

            I suspect this is why Bob likes working with ordinary people, because they want results and will take instruction and do the work to get there.

            Of course there are different types of intellectuals. Some get BUGS right away, while others never will. I have heard there are different kinds of intelligence, so I assume this is a factor.

  4. #9 by Dave on 04/27/2011 - 11:33 am

    All I can think of is that with the exception of the schools of engineering and medicine, and other colleges devoted to hard science, nobody else in academia has a way of earning a living absent endowment income, government subsidies, and the student loan racket.

    There are just too many avenues for the endowments to be subject to attack for noncompliance with their tax exemptions for them not to be subject to being seized. My hunch is that is doable. The government subsidies are already under attack. The student loan racket will collapse under its own weight.

    The extremists have pulled it off for a very long time and turned university campuses into hell holes. It is weird when you really think of it. The campuses became magnets for deformed personalities the same way the priesthood became a magnet for pedophiles.

    It was all on the basis of access to slots in government based on organizational cunning. That kind of promise gets you a passel of deformed personalities in a heartbeat. By the way, what was William F. Buckley other than a deformed personality?

    Any avenue that allows for people to have a career without doing anything practical gets you deformed personalities. Hell, welfare itself gets you deformed personalities. America and Europe are populated wall-to-wall with these people. You have only to look at them directly with Mantra thinking.

    What all the radicals never see is that people are forced by God and nature itself to take responsibility for what they have set into motion.

    That is why the strange places that university and government campuses have long been actually play into our hands. I run into the weirdoes that populate these places all the time. They cannot even to begin to imagine who I really am. They don’t have a chance against me. They are weaklings.

    That is why we are going to win.

  5. #10 by BGLass on 04/28/2011 - 8:34 am

    “…All I can think of is that with the exception of the schools of engineering and medicine, and other colleges devoted to hard science, nobody else in academia has a way of earning a living absent endowment income, government subsidies, and the student loan racket….”

    idk, the what? army coup of engineers? the lysenko brigade? the overlap of “medical” students with psycho “health” policy? the indoctrinations into supporting the drug companies? hard science does not exist, not really, does it?

  6. #11 by Genseric on 04/28/2011 - 3:51 pm

    Not so long ago and in a not so far away land:

    I witnessed first hand the need for such a bill in modern day academia. Shit, I have even fallen victim to the perils of not adopting the ‘correct’ mentality in the University lecture hall, more importantly on my term paper.

    At most Universities you do not pass GO without the right doctrine stamped neatly onto your brain. Maybe the stamping process wasn’t enough to make a lasting impression on your cerebral cortex and it’s obvious to everyone in the room? Have you ever said something pro-White (racccciiiiisssst) in a classroom and had 150 students look at you as if you had………er…. just done something SO ghastly that they were all contemplating immediate departure? Now, THAT takes balls. Just ask Bob Whitaker – The King of Academic Stink. Personally, I think that anyone who can make an anti-White touch the tip of their own nose to their forehead without the aid of their forefinger deserves a medal.

    It is amazing how they get away with this program of ‘silencing the opposition.’ Now, the result is that they have the vast majority of pro-Whites (and many hardline conservatives) opting out of College and University life because they all KNOW what it takes to get through 4 years of Mommy Professor’s Daycare Clinic (MPDC). “Just tell her what she wants to hear and everything will be alright” they say to themselves. “Bring her an apple” school children say to each other.

    The thing that I had ALL WRONG whence I decided to throw my hat into the bridled ring of college trustees is that I thought I actually BELONGED there. The thing to remember is that most class rooms are not setup and built for the free-thinking World.

    So, you say you’re a hardline conservative and want to go to College? You’re pro-White?! Prof. at ‘The U’? You can argue both sides of any political debate?! Sorry, son. You might not be ‘cut out for this.’

    Just how fast do you think you would get shouted down and kicked(flunked) out at a Marxist rally after making a diametrically opposing argument? Yes-yes, there are always exceptions to every rule and ‘special’ quotas to fill. However, this is more of a function of a token ‘conservative’ needing to be in place at all times so the cultural Marxists(anti-Whites) can all point, laugh and have a good time of it on break. Just so long as ‘not too many get in and the tide begins to shift.’

    It’s not that it can’t be done, but the effects of witnessing this on a daily basis are utterly daunting.

    What you need to remember when attending a four year college is that it’s not REALLY about who’s argument is more logical, well-thought-out, or congruent with reality. It’s about knowing the CORRECT words and arguments which promote the demise of the White Race.

    You master that and you will do just fine. Articulating it in such a fashion so that barely anyone can understand you or what you are advocating for? That comes with the years of experience which can ONLY be had by making ‘Prof at THE U.’

    Me? I CHOOSE The Mantra. Preaching and regurgitating hate-filled rhetoric in 4 year chunks ain’t got nuthin’ on Ole’ Bob and BUGS.


    A patriot among traitors,

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