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Don’t Have Touchy People on Your Political Team

Posted by Bob on April 30th, 2011 under Coaching Session

I have explained why it is a disaster to have anyone in your team who could possibly have a tantrum and take his toys and go home because of an incident or an article. People who will go to pieces over something you write about religion or any other subject are time bombs waiting to go off, and you do NOT want them around any serious political team, even one as big as ours.

In the regular political arena, though, gratuitous insults to huge segments of votes that you have to get are signs that you need professional care. The Democratic Party did not even notice that when it accused George W of “Dodging the draft in the National Guard,” they grossly insulted millions of people who had served in the National Guard.

It never came up.

The National Guard is a service in which no one anywhere the media elite ever has anything to do with. It is a wok ring class thing, a local thing. So those who claim to represent “workers” by reading the New York Times would not know about anyone but George W who would take it personally.

When National Review did a COVER article against ME in 1976 — which made me so happy I was on air — one quote was that Bob Whitaker was “More comfortable with the kind of people who shop at Niemann-Marcus (The Texas version of Wal-Mart at the time)” than with intellectuals like themselves.

Even from that bunch of political fools, this astonished me. Like Democrats with the National Guard, it did not even occur to them that they were denouncing tens of millions of actual VOTERS, all they had in mind was getting to ME.

I WAS more comfortable with anyone shopping at Niemann-Marcus than with the political moron who wrote that article.

He was working at the Voice of America when I was there and I got to tell him so.

Like when, in the 2004 campaign, John Kerry warned college students in a campus speech that if they didn’t study they would end up in Iraq.

That went over well with the entire military forces and their families.

Yes, in your trusted political TEAM, you have to get rid of all the touchy political time bombs. But electoral politics is an entirely different matter.

The point being that you PICK your team. The voters you cannot choose.

  1. #1 by Dave on 04/30/2011 - 11:31 am

    Ask yourself a basic question: Why do so many so-called big league people have such a talent for giving offense?

    Here is the answer: They are not visionaries. They are self-promoters. The role of the ideology they advocate is merely a vehicle for their personal self-promotion agenda.

    Touchy people on your political team are of the same ilk.

    Visionaries tend not to offend. Instead their tendency is to convert their adversaries. Their approach is entirely different from an ideologue.

    For example, Galens concepts (such as the heart cooked the blood) were accepted for a thousand years without much dispute even though they were entirely wrong. Then William Harvey came along and demonstrated that the heart was merely a pump. William Harvey was a visionary.

    Visionaries are often made simply by seeing that conventional wisdom is incorrect, so the advocacy of a visionary is entirely different than that of an ideologue.

    We at BUGS need to keep this in mind. We are orders more powerful than the ideologues that oppose us. Simmons keeps pointing this out time and again. We need to pay more attention to it.

    Robert Whitaker is more than a political consultant and teacher. He is a visionary. He is right about the primacy of race which stands in complete opposition to the conventional wisdom of our times. He is right about the importance of Mantra thinking (basic fundamental thinking) which stands in complete opposition to academia. And because he is right, power, real power is on his side.

    Our job is to convert. Not to offend.

  2. #2 by Genseric on 04/30/2011 - 12:44 pm

    Personally, I have no qualms about ‘offending’ an overt anti-White who INSISTS on the destruction of my people. Additionally, I reserve the right to exercise this with prudence when it comes to those who personally attack White children, BUGSters, Bob, or myself with defamatory and degrading comments.

    Perhaps that puts me on Ole Bob’s ‘cut list.’ But, until he personally tells me to BUG off, I aim to keep my feet firmly planted in the batter’s box.

  3. #3 by phil white on 04/30/2011 - 8:40 pm

    “National Review did a COVER article against ME in 1976 — which made me so happy I was on air — one quote was that Bob Whitaker was “More comfortable with the kind of people who shop at Niemann-Marcus (The Texas version of Wal-Mart at the time)” than with intellectuals like themselves.”

    I suppose it might not be so bad for N.R. since maybe Wal Mart people aren’t reading N.R?
    Maybe it would have been better if they had just said you weren’t intellectual and not taint everyone in the Wal Mart check out line?

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