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Inquisition, Then and Now

Posted by Bob on August 1st, 2011 under Bob

It looks to me like Obama will be reelected.

As usual, my logic is so simple it will never make a regular column.

Americans have a black president.

Why not reelect him?

There will be no change at all no matter who the Republicans nominate. Without respectable conservatives liberals would have been gone long ago.

There is no alternative. In order to write for National Review or columns with national circulation you must avoid anything that has been Decided.

I capitalize that word Decided because it has legal standing. For example, a lawyer who has defended a person against a charge of Hate Crimes in Europe will be subject to arrest if he does not admit his client was guilty.

It’s humorous that for so many years, Communism, Political Correctness, Marxism were considered new. In the Soviet Union if you lost an ideological argument you were routinely arrested. In the Middle Ages the priest assigned by the Church itself to do the necessary job of arguing against sainthood was required, if sainthood was granted, to do penance in the way only Church professionals knew how to do it.

The only new thing is that in the United States, for the time being, losing an argument is not a capital crime.

Our present system follows this Traditional Values approach. There comes a time when someone who makes his living as a respectable conservative knows that a subject can no longer be broached.

The priest who argued against canonization had to declare that he had been, literally, the Devil’s Advocate. If you know Medieval history conservative groveling about how they stood in the way of Saint Martin Luther the King will be bone chillingly familiar.

When you read about a French college professor actually screaming and crying in court that he did not mean what he said to be a felonious hint that the Six Million Doctrine was not true, you see how people looked when called before the Inquisition.

  1. #1 by Gator61 on 08/01/2011 - 7:50 am

    It really gets under the skins of Respectable Conservatives when I refer to their chosen Respectable candidate as Obama-Lite. All the marxist ideology and love of White genocide but none of the dark pigmentation.

  2. #2 by Scythian on 08/01/2011 - 11:17 am

    The left says to the respectables “the left is ‘infuriated’ with Obama because he ‘gave too much’ to the republicans.” Of course the respectables buy this shit hook, line, and sinker and instantly back down. If just ONE in the MSM in the land of ‘free speech’ had the balls to just call the ‘left’ a bunch of anti-white nut jobs – just one time after decades of being called “racists”.

    Watching the disintegration of the respectables is living history, they are nothing but a buffer propped up by liberals to protect against pro-whites. The liberals have no chance, they must answer the questions: why do you deny white geNOcide? Why do support white geNOcide? Why do you promote white geNOcide? etc. Then hammer them with the mantra; they have no chance – and that is why the respectables never ask any real questions.

    • #3 by Gavin on 08/01/2011 - 12:55 pm

      The respectables like to think of themselves as very brave and courageous for standing up to the liberal establishment.

      They see the liberal establishment as some all powerful monolith and they are the brave david facing down goliath. They hold banquets applauding themselves for their “courage.”

      Meanwhile they are some of the most cowardly people. They are the first to attack anyone who REALLY challenges the anti-white left.

      When we come along and say the mantra they become enraged because we are shattering their illusion that they are fighting the system, rather than supporting it.

      Once we go mantra, the whole dynamic of the rank and file respectables changes. Some of them become more confident and start voicing their opinions for the first time. Others go silent as they realize how irrelevant they really are.

      The professional respectable commentators keep trying to operate in their same old way. They are comfortable in their position and don’t want to be made irrelevant so they fight to keep the liberal establishment in power while pretending to be opposed to it.

  3. #4 by BGLass on 08/01/2011 - 12:20 pm

    Made me think of a — pretty sure a McCain speech– on allocating Tobacco Industry Settlement fund to ‘fight the evils’ of the industry. If the Surgeon General didn’t wipe out tobacco, reparitions suits for smoke-related illness would, and then Pharm (which showed up in tobacco areas) can appear like in “New South” so big and moral, hellbent on identifying unsound youth to help heal. Of course weird breakfast sugar treats for diabetic obese kids remains a great testament to the free market economy; if kids go a little nuts on the sugar, you can drug them and the schools get new staff to identify the ones needing help. Nice business, all around.

    There’s only a “free market” when it suits. So, statistically, many rational Americans (despite all the problems) would rather pay to patch up poor people than for “military-industrial.”

    Also bringing ‘the soldiers home” is something about which they feel torn, anyway. Soldiers are trained to police— so unleashing 150 huge closed overseas bases into u.s. neighborhoods would have implications. A lifetime of being shown images of “our boys” overseas has made some people kind of glad they’re there, not here.

    So, right now, does seem the Democrats could have it easy. Even if one cared about “free market,” the strangely Selective Free Market, doesn’t always select what one wants.

  4. #5 by Simmons on 08/01/2011 - 12:38 pm

    As usual well said by Maximus Bob.

    I can only add, that to white lefties the anti-white cult is not as cool as it once was and by reading the comments at a “MSM” outlet thru the SWARM links I would say that boisterous anti-white commentary by whites is increasingly a thing of the past. USSR’s commie party circa 1988 is a close metaphor IMO.

    What our N&Jers don’t understand about Mantra thinking is that it applies their intellect in a much more effective manner.

    Jared Taylor receives plaudits for being a hard head who always speaks the truth (he does) but his hard headedness never allows him the Mantra method of labling anti-white dogma as just that. So he more than halves his effectiveness right off the bat.

    Some Horus conference coming up and to those attending pay attention to James Edwards and how he speaks. I’ll bet a dollar he goes off into the “intellectual” mode trying to sound sophisticated and will not lable the enemies of our race for what they are, “anti-white.” Again this is a good man halving his effectiveness either out of hard headedness or some desire to sound sophisticated.

  5. #6 by BGLass on 08/01/2011 - 3:39 pm

    “…Again this is a good man halving his effectiveness either out of hard headedness or some desire to sound sophisticated….”

    More southern distrust, not bad character, imo. To extent “zionist” christianity took hold in some of that demographic, in their psyches, they are potentially being protected from another crusade or civil war.

    Eg: above was talking about tobacco. Families of people who devalued land by killing tobacco, worked doing that in the cities by law, for big public salary, then come and buy cheap (with your own money via taxes) and say “we’re all white here.”

    Just for trying to discuss it, have been infracted, even banned, and for just not seeing Roman church as a favor to Europeans, lol, such as TOO often states and is definitely overview, and so on. To me, “unifying europe” meant killing europeans. Anyway, everyone can have an opinion, so you go elsewhere. There “wn” is to pretend in believing that whites who persecuted you did you a big favor.

    So, think has more to do with a deep love of the southern sub-group, not character flaws of these men, imo. Crusades, CW, economic warfare done by north players, etc. How “white” is that?

    Like yankees buying up devalued white farm property, (then grandfathering in “mexicans,” harbored in churches), etc. Arriving in groups (towns change populations overnight, literally displacing everybody), and they have been raised on propaganda about southerners and treat them accordingly.

    White southerners are reminded that “not all whites are equal.” So, it may just take a bigger person to be southern and a white person, not a character flaw.

    To adopt “white national” is to feel a torn loyalty or change from southern national, a change that is implicit in “anti-white.”

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