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Getting Rid of Human Time Bombs Means Freedom of Speech for BUGS

Posted by Bob on May 8th, 2011 under Coaching Session, Comment Responses

One commenter said they were afraid that their particular suggestion “might be overstepping the bounds.”

It didn’t.

But the point is that BUGS has no room for people who go to pieces because you DO overstep the bounds. This gives you a chance to simply say what you are thinking.

There are two reasons people fear to make suggestions that might be taken badly.

One is the human time bomb. Stormfront’s Religious section was famous for that. People were regularly cut off for saying the wrong thing or endless pages were devoted to why someone should be cut off.

So we simply have no room in BUGS for touchy people.

But this has another side to it. Our own commenters have a tough skin, too. My black little heart is gladdened when a person who uses the term “anti” is viciously and unapologetically denounced.

A person who spots one of us — including Lord Robert Hisself — saying something stupid and destructive should SAY so.

There is time to be diplomatic but there is also a time to let ‘em HAVE it.

This is all more effective if you carefully reserve the totally unkind remarks for when somebody really needs to be called down, as when they use “anti.” Extreme remarks are for extreme situations.

On the other hand, someone who needs constant kindness and diplomacy doesn’t belong in BUGS. This is a rough place.

Wars DO tend to get a bit rough.

This also gives me a lot of freedom. I keep telling you that a lot of my ideas are developed right here. You allow me to talk things out here, to think out loud in front of an intelligent and critical audience.

We are exploring a whole world of logic and observations here that no one is allowed to even THINK about elsewhere. When one is thinking in areas no one is allowed to delve into, you are inevitably going to say some totally stupid things.

Many, many of the things I have said here over the years contain embarrassing nonsense and factual nonsense.

Some of the corrections have been as disrespectful as they deserved.

I am a battle scarred old hard politics vet. That doesn’t bother me.

I only feel let down when someone does NOT tell me when they believe I am just plain WRONG.

It’s simple, but it’s always true: You only arrive at the truth by stating your proposition and having others do you the service of shooting it down.

Old Bob is NOT a human time bomb.

  1. #1 by BGLass on 05/08/2011 - 10:27 am

    One thing to me that’s weird about the ‘far right wing’ is that it is associated with the ‘right,’ when both the left and right, like in u.s., represent systems of 100% wealth redistribution.

    Who really cares whether communists take one’s money or a noticeably romanized welfare-statist military empire. Both these articulations have in common strong central control (in case creative people ever want to try to keep their own money for their own families or lives), police statism, enhanced “security,” the fleecing of any creative public, the eventual need to keep citizens inside, etc.

    Either way, it leads to senselessness. Like when people living on redistributed wealth (of whatever kind) or even ponzi-scheme finance (the outrageous markups and inflating out of debt, etc.)— turn around and “give charity” with this money, then truly expect people to grovel before them for being so NICE.

    Was in a hotel recently that has one of those big “free” breakfasts. Foreign families even came in pajamas. The hotel could not have felt more benevolent. The indian from india clerk in the gift shop was eating his free breakfast, too, and despite the fancy hotel, had his plate on the counter beside the register and ate as he counted money.

    People are made to feel so put-upon that when they get something free they feel they are finally ‘getting something back’ for their trouble.

    The whole scene works very well on much of the public, especially those in “public service’ (who live on other people’s money and are indoctrinated to give a tiny penny of it back and feel very very benevolent –b/c they could have given nothing at all, lol)

    • #2 by Genseric on 05/08/2011 - 1:31 pm

      The Creative Class: Visionaries recognize NO political boundaries.

      [quote]One thing to me that’s weird about the ‘far right wing’ is that it is associated with the ‘right,’ when both the left and right, like in u.s., represent systems of 100% wealth redistribution.[/quote]

      In my humble opinion, this is because we’re not necessarily a faction of the ‘Right’ and definitely not part of the ‘Left.’ Perhaps we are best explained as part of a growing demographic. Author Mark Satin has stamped this group ‘The Radical Middle’ (for lack of more proper nomenclature). Perhaps some of you have read this book. For those of you who have not, its main premise is that the ‘Radical Middle’ takes the best ideas from the ‘right’ AND the ‘left.’

      They make no exceptions either. They have no loyalty nor do they pledge false allegiance to a ‘party line.’ The radical middle has no embarrassing, pet pork barrel projects. Everybody knows about these typical ideals and programs which, from time to time, seem to land even the most squeaky-clean politicians in hot water with one group of lobbyists or some PAC.

      You know, like the ones which advocate whacking unborn White children in the womb or those who promote illegal immigration. How about the members of special interest groups who pretend harvesting oil at any environmental cost whatsoever will ‘save the U.S. economy?’ Or, that elite FEW who recognize foreign aid for the perpetual existence of a certain middle-eastern country is the only path to securing a future for America?

      I submit to you that pro-Whites are the fastest growing subset of the radical middle. They simply allow themselves the right to advocate for their own People. And this is what the anti-Whites want you to believe lands pro-Whites firmly in the camp of the ‘Radical RACCISSSSST Right.’

      And if you disagree with them, well…Then, you’re a RACISTmonsterwhowantstoDeportPedro too!

      NOT a human time bomb,

  2. #3 by dungeoneer on 05/08/2011 - 11:09 am

    “Who really cares whether communists take one’s money or a noticeably romanized welfare-statist military empire.”

    H.Avenger explained this some podcasts ago when he said:

    “Oligarchy has served our people well in the past”

    The only question that should be important to BUGSters is whether that oligarchy serves the white racial agenda or that of the enemy,IMO.

  3. #4 by Genseric on 05/08/2011 - 12:29 pm

    [quote]When one is thinking in areas no one is allowed to delve into, you are inevitably going to say some totally stupid things.[/quote]

    I believe I have us more than covered in this department.

  4. #5 by shari on 05/08/2011 - 1:05 pm

    Freedom of speech,is absolutely nessessary for one’s mental health. For that matter, physical health as well. Being forced to say nutty things, in order to get along will really take it’s toll.

    I know Simmons does not suffer nonsense from women, but I’ve seen some women really suffer from the anti-white crap they were told. My own mother, born 1929, couldn’t cope and had breakdowns. I now know that she just couldn’t make sense of things.

    Trust is also very important. Betrayed trust is very hard to take. Even if you don’t know that is what’s happening,and most did not. They believed teachers,priests,etc. as they were taught to.

    • #6 by Simmons on 05/09/2011 - 9:47 am

      Au contraire Shari. But I have spent the last 47 years observing women, and I’m a bit smarter than I look so people usually act like I’m harmless and act as they are. Also my life has basically been a gentle psychological exam of everyone around me, “So tell me how you feel about that?”

      My hypothesis being that you can take the psychology of the individual and scale it up massively and you will come to understand the psychology of the masses. Ranting radical child, Big Momma Liberal and Respectable Conservative Papa all play the part that has been scripted.

      And America is one big day care center run by stressed out neurotic white women (our swing voters), and its going broke.

  5. #7 by Creator on 05/08/2011 - 5:33 pm

    “Far-right” always gives me the giggles now. 😀

    Never let the enemy define you!!!
    When they do, call them on it and hammer it hard with:
    In your opinion I am “far-right”, you only say that because I am White. Repeat ad nausea.

    And if they ask your definition… about telling them that you are NOT a human time bomb like they are. 😀 LOL
    Life is Good.

  6. #8 by shari on 05/08/2011 - 5:47 pm

    A term that can be used with religious people, Catholic or Protestant is “commie for Christ.” As in “I’m not a commie for Christ.”

  7. #9 by The Seeker of Truth on 05/09/2011 - 6:00 am

    Hey fellas, I am a newbie here, however I am a big fan of “Porch talk” and “The Untrained Eye.” I am an unrepentant lover of my people. If you call me a White Supremacist that is only because I believe that most White societies are inherently superior to most non-white societies. Ours is a White society that is engaged in a war with the very people that created it. I do not believe that we will ever be mainstream as long as public opinion is against us. I am a Klansman, I know, hater, naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews, whatever. As you know my fraternity has been much maligned by the press over the years. Well I am constantly picking up people hitch-hking or broken down on the side of the road and helping them out, changing tires, giving jump starts, etc. Every time I do such a thing I give the individual a calling card and tell them “If you hear anyone badmouthing the Klan, you tell them that one helped you out once.” I am from Alabama, and as ya’ll know we were hit by one of the worst natural disaters in a century. So to take a page out of Rahm Emmanuel’s playbook, I decided to “not let a good crisis go to waste.” I posted on Stormfront the idea that if individuals would make anonymous donations in the name of various WN groups then maybe that would change someone’s mind. If we could target a certain area and inundate the donation center with donations from your favorite WN group then maybe we could get a mention in the MSM. “It seems that racists want to help their community.” Or something like that out of a newscasters mouth would help raise awareness, maybe let some individual know they are not alone. Interestingly enough I was eviscerated as being a “troll”, who was trying ” to get personal information.” Whatever. We are White Nationalists. That means a lot of differing ideas on what to do about the common problem that we see. The common problem being the destruction of the White race. My point is, do not ever think that you or your group has a monopoly on White Nationalism. That experience really drove home the point to stay away from “ism” way better than all the talks I have listened to Bob have onthe same subject. The fact is, anything that makes Whites question the current paradigm is good. We must start utilizing “group-think.” Our group is Whites. O.R.I.O.N.

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