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Saint Bob is Damned Near Human

Posted by Bob on May 2nd, 2011 under Coaching Session, Comment Responses

When I made an appeal to be sure we remember to keep our disagreement on approach with AmRen Civil, I got two comments that by themselves made the thing worthwhile.

They were sort of opposite ends of the same stick.

One commenter decided that I was writing the piece as a response to some criticism of AmRen HE had made. Another who probably resents what I said because he admires Jared Taylor, said “I thought that” meaning respect for other pro-whites, “was a given.”

To the latter writer, let me repeat that one of the basics of which we keep reminding each other here at BUGS is that NOTHING is taken as a given. We REPEAT what, in a sane world, Should be givens.

I don’t think that anyone in BUGS, AmRen or any other pro-white activity is under the impression that we live in a sane world.

Let me remind you that God gave mankind ten commandments, and when Jesus came to earth he reduced them to two. When it comes to simple decency, intellectual retention is not one of man’s outstanding virtues.

Certainly someone who has made the Mantra his main cause would not be the one to be suspected of repeating a truth purely because of some comment or to attack a fellow pro-white.

What I said about not attacking fellow pro-whites was, in fact, probably motivated by the fact that I, Saint Bob Himself, needed to hear it.

Fifty years ago I had been in practical politics enough to be sent to the Young Republican Leadership Conference. It was the only time in my life when I actually won a prize, third in actual personal canvassing that was part of the training.

In well over fifty years of politics I have developed a hide so thick it makes Moby Dick look like a newborn babe. So I shouldn’t worry about taking anything personally, right?


I noticed that I was enjoying it a little too much when commenters described my technique as superior to those of others. I am used to fighting it out alone, and it felt good for change.

Then it started feeling TOO good.

I also noted I was writing an awful lot of reminiscences of the times when I was regarded as the peasant sidekick to the Regular Conservatives because I actually went out there and, proudly, showed I could SPEAK FOR those Wallace Democrat types conservatives were theorizing about.

Sorry, if you’re building a Shrine to Saint Bob, the money could better be spent elsewhere.

I am practically heroic at not letting it influence me when I am treated as an outsider and still am the most loyal one around to the Cause itself.

But I am not INDIFFERENT to it. So when James Edwards takes seven years to have me on his show again and Jared refused to review my book and was never asked to speak at a convention, it was the same old same old, I had been there and done that.

But let me once again tell you something that should be a given: In the battle for power, the one person you can NEVER afford to try to fool is YOURSELF.

If that reminder was especially for anybody, it was especially for ME. If anybody here is going to get into a snit against prominent pro-whites, it is going to Ex-Saint Bob.

  1. #1 by Dave on 05/02/2011 - 10:47 am

    Mike Tyson famously said, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.”

    But ironically, that is what makes the Mantra and Mantra thinking of even more seminal importance. Other pro-white approaches do not recognize the necessity for the overthrow of academia.

    They don’t see the connection between academia and government, and they don’t see academia’s nefarious role in ruling opinion. But that’s not quite right, in fact they see it, but what they don’t see is that the forms of academia itself need to be overthrown and that is what Mantra thinking does – it is the overthrow of the forms of academia itself.

    In other words, it is the busting of cults. You can’t see cults unless you learn the meaning of Wordism and the connection between Wordism, the mass manipulation of people, and dictatorship.

    The advent of universal education was accompanied by a mono-culture of semantic domains. Before universal education, semantic domains were neatly separated – political semantics with political semantics, religious semantics with religious semantics, trade semantics with trade semantics, scientific semantics with scientific semantics, and so on.

    Mommy Professor’s trick was to mix and jumble up all these different semantic domains together and call it “progressive enlightenment”. What Mommy Professor did was to kill everybody’s ability to reason and think.

    Now day’s even first graders are indoctrinated in this nefarious monoculture of semantic domains. No wonder that adolescents in all the developed countries became idiots.

    High school graduates today almost universally think the future is about “the ecology”. Mommy Professor has ground us so deep into the monkey mud nobody can think. And very few of us are aware of what really happened.

    Mantra thinking is important, very important. It is the way out of this swamp. The liberation of white people depends on it.

  2. #2 by phil white on 05/02/2011 - 1:41 pm

    you’ve always been kind to me Bob, but I didn’t shave my beard. I still don’t want to look like a 16 year old Roman boy.
    But thanks for the input. I did a X39 manuver for you.

  3. #3 by dungeoneer on 05/02/2011 - 6:51 pm

    Thanks for reminding us Coach.

    Self-analysis is a tricky business.

  4. #4 by Heather Blue on 05/02/2011 - 7:58 pm

    You will always be a saint to me, Bob. I love everything you write. I think you are very wise.

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