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The “It Just Ain’t So” Problem

Posted by Bob on December 27th, 2012 under Coaching Session

It surprises a lot of us that when we repeat the Mantra, most of the reaction is FEAR. To us it looks like, especially since the election, anti-whites have won and we are so out numbered it would the three hundred Spartans look like an invasion force.

You don’t go to pieces when somebody disagrees with you unless you are scared. Almost every one of them would like to see us in prison or worse.

You don’t have to act like a big time interrogator the way I do to see that people who are confident simply don’t respond that way. Hatred is a product of fear, and nob0ody gets that vicious if they are in the catbird seat.

They see this themselves. They use the language of dismissal, telling us that they own the world and that we are just ignorant.

The language they have been given is that of feeling superior and invulnerable. But in the real world, a person who FEELS that the other side is ignorant and out of date and hopeless is very, very calm. In fact, it is hard to believe they are afraid of our little group, but one cannot miss it.

We see all those anti-white conservatives who, last month, were brought into the world where they had simply lost, and lost forever.

That helps clear the field of the people I called out most effective enemies over 35 years ago, the paycheck conservatives

They are still trying to recover from the simple fact that The Day has come:

As Ann Coulter pointed out, demographics is destiny.

That fact is now naked.

The paycheck conservatives learned hot to get accepted by those handing out the network exposure and the money. They were the main force in keeping race under the table. They were paid a fortune for the simple phrase : “It has nothing to do with race.”

But it was funny when Karl Rove admitted the “people of color” do not vote Republicans, and the audience got a laugh out of his answer, packaged, and required, “But they SHOULD, and it’s our fault they don’t!”

By the end of Election Day 2012, the lie Buckley and George Will and the entire paycheck conservative structure had literally lived on for fifty years was finally, openly laughable.Photobucket

For fifty years, it was not just the paycheck conservatives who made a hefty, safe career of this. The left were always able to count on paycheck conservatism to keep them in power. It is not at all certain that those minorities, who were absolutely, obviously the story in 2012, are going to keep anti-white whites on as spokesmen.

The respectable right has collapsed in Germany, too. The result was not altogether happy for the German left.

I will go into this in a later article, probably “IJAS II.”

  1. #1 by Simmons on 12/27/2012 - 10:03 am

    RRS mentions paycheck conservatives and white genocide at takimag

  2. #2 by dungeoneer on 12/27/2012 - 4:56 pm

    Erik Ronson 3 minutes ago

    Trying to evade the fact that eliminating whites on a global scale with mass immigration and “assimilation” is genocide just like it would be if non-whites were targeted in the same fashion, is absurd.

    You are eithe very brave, or very stupid. I know anti-whites, and I suspect the latter.


    The conservatives will be guided by the BUGS shepherds or be cast down into the pit of anti-whiteness.

  3. #3 by Conrad on 12/27/2012 - 7:52 pm

    “As Ann Coulter pointed out, demographics is destiny.”

    “Hard pressed on my right. My center is yielding. Impossible to maneuver. Situation excellent. I am attacking!”

    “We’re surrounded. That simplifies the problem!”

    “So they’ve got us surrounded, good! Now we can fire in any direction, those b*****ds won’t get away this time!”

    Don’t listen to women, just reload.
    Jack’s War

  4. #4 by Skippy 01 on 12/27/2012 - 9:03 pm

    The racial right has no power to educate people out of race-blind thinking.

    Fortunately you cannot graduate from a modern university without being indoctrinated against race-blindness.

    John Hindraker at Powerline blog: Our History, And Theirs:

    But the new history guidelines suffer from the failings of modern academia. As you read them, you imagine a senile old man, shuffling around in his pajamas and muttering, “Race, class, gender…race, class, gender.” Everything is about demographic interest groups. Thus:

    Compare and contrast the impact of the American Revolution on different groups within the 13 colonies that made up the new United States. (Revolution and a New Nation: 1754-1800)

    For example: Groups—Women, Patriots, Loyalists, indigenous people, enslaved Africans, free blacks.

    This kind of balkanization is constant…

    John Hindraker also complains of a failure to teach modern students to identify with American history as heroic, as exemplified by Union soldiers in the Civil War crushing the Confederacy. He’s right; the implication of treating all white men as the enemy within a context of pervasive race, class and gender conflicts is that identification with such heroes is lost. In time even the Greatest Generation might be stripped of its glory, because the left has an educational monopoly, and it teaches that race, class and gender are everything.

  5. #5 by Skippy 01 on 12/27/2012 - 9:16 pm

    When anyone denies that “Everybody says there is this RACE problem.” ask them: “What did they teach you in school about race, class and gender?”

  6. #6 by Jason on 12/27/2012 - 10:28 pm

    I could walk down the street dressed as Lucifer, spouting Satanic verses, and not one single person in the media or the “elites” would care. Why? They don’t take it seriously. It’s no threat to them.

    Alex Jones can broadcast daily about various conspiracies, and he and Jesse Ventura get a show on network TV. Not a threat.

    Even an increasing amount of Jew-talk is tolerated and is certainly all over YouTube as in David Duke. They don’t really care.

    But if you tried to say the Mantra on Fox they would yank you off air inside 5 seconds. What does that tell you? They ARE scared. They should be.

  7. #7 by Daniel Genseric on 12/28/2012 - 1:16 am

    “But it was funny when Karl Rove admitted the “people of color” do not vote Republicans, and the audience got a laugh out of his answer, packaged, and required, “But they SHOULD, and it’s our fault they don’t!” – Bob

    Is it any wonder that Karl Rove is almost nonexistent on Fox News? If they need a quote from him, Roger Ailes told the infotainers they “can get it from the Washington Post.” But, they can’t have him back on like they used to. Not for now at least.

    Not only were Rove and Dick Morris WRONG about the election, they routinely prove they don’t understand race relations and the Republican party’s constituency. If you are going to break the silence, get it right for-crying-out-loud, would ya! Fox simply can’t have this playing out on live TV.

    Their absence isn’t an accident. It’s a shame it wasn’t worth the price these two are paying.

  8. #8 by Simmons on 12/28/2012 - 10:52 am

    A right wing candidate would probably draw more black voters if he was upfront with a Mantraesque platform that treated blacks with some respect. Instead Jack Kemp (failcon) drove out the adults of the GOP with his Blank Slate CONservatism and basically it made white men seem like day care teachers for 4 year olds.

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