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Stephen King’s Interesting Subtext

Posted by Bob on December 30th, 2012 under Coaching Session

In Salem’s Lot and Needful Things, two tiny cities in Maine are completely destroyed and deserted. I say small cities, not one horse towns. Each has its car dealers, it police force, its library, its own schools.

What seems not to be noticed is that both towns were destroyed in a supernatural catastrophe. One becomes the abode of vampires and its town exit removed.

But afterwards, there is no real puzzle about their obliteration. Small cities are wasting away in New England all the time.

But what fascinates me is how they were forgotten and never investigated.Photobucket

And, though he says it many times in other ways, King did include on sentence in the midst of the whole thing that really sums it up “It didn’t happen in New York or Boston…”

And that, boys and girls, is the Silence. King doesn’t apply it to politics, but it is everywhere. There was no Enron crisis. The thing just didn’t exist.

A wildly rich guy who got caught a few years ago for simply taking people’s entire life savings destroying one person after another. He was a Psychopath. When he was finally arrested, his statement to the arresting officers was, “What took you so LONG?”

He had pocketed and spent the money old people gave him. Like Ponzi of the Ponzi Scheme, he didn’t skip town in the YEARS that he invested nothing.

King simply wrote his books about the disappearance of the entire population of two towns and readers really had no difficulty believing it.

Media stars routinely referred to the entirety of the United States between New York and Los Angeles as “flyover country.”

These are the kinds of people who write our history and who represent expert opinion on politics.

One point King and his tens of millions of readers took for granted to the point of not asking about it was that those who report our news, determine our politics, and write our news are provincial to a level that even the most inbred hick could possibly imagine.

  1. #1 by Epiphany on 12/30/2012 - 6:51 am

    The British and the Germans are envied above all others, by their enemies. And why are they envied? They are envied for their success, for their technological advancement, and because they are smarter and better looking than most others.

    Of course, their enemies feign moral outrage for what the British and Germans did to the Irish and the Jews, respectively. Still, that is not the true reason that they are hated. If it were, how come people do not, in their own way, feel atleast as much anger and moral outrage about what the Communists did to the Ukrainians and Tibetans among others? I have always wondered about that!

    • #2 by Conrad on 12/30/2012 - 11:28 am

      “And why are they envied? They are envied for their success, for their technological advancement, and because they are smarter and better looking than most others.”

      So true. I believe they hate the POTENTIAL that they see in our race. Read about Libby Springfield in the book Jack’s War. There’s a lot in that little book, if you look closely.

  2. #3 by Jason on 12/30/2012 - 10:07 am

    This confusion of big city provincialism with cosmopolitan sophistication happens in other places as well. I worked in a big city in fly-over country, and everyone who lived “inside the loop” (near downtown) thought of themselves as far more sophisticated than the surrounding suburbs, even though the later outnumbered them by quite a bit. It was easy for them to view themselves as the NERVE CENTER.

    This sort of cellular analogy seems popular with everyone on the “inside”. We’re the nucleus. Everyone else is the icky protoplasm. The feeling is that just like a cell, the important stuff happens in what they think of as the NERVE CENTER (although they found out in biology all that “protoplasm” surrounding the nucleus actually does stuff!).

    • #4 by Epiphany on 12/30/2012 - 10:40 am

      That is really interesting, Jason. That is reflected in the positive connotations of the terms “Civilization”, “civilized”, and “Civil”, all to due with the city. Notice, the term “Pagan” has a very ugly connotation to it, especially among Christians.

  3. #5 by c-bear on 12/30/2012 - 12:35 pm


    Visiting links in the Swarm, it is common to run across the soph-type, big city anti-whites. They would rather live stacked on top of each other in filthy little apartments, than be stigmatized for living in a “double-wide”, even though the living standards would be better.
    They never leave their little world. They get all their information from big-city news people, who like them live stacked on top of each other in nicer filthy little apartments. The people they work with, and the people they socialize with, all live in big-city squaller.
    I have met these types in person. They are often surprised to find out who I am. Courteous, articulate, educated, intelligent, lucrative, and attractive is not what they expect from an “evil ray-sys”. That isn’t what their “civilized” peers tell each other.
    Turn to any one of the big three news channels in the morning or at night broadcasting from N.Y. and there will be soph-type anti-whites lying to each other and patting themselves on the back. If so many people didn’t take them serious it would be funny.

  4. #6 by Daniel Genseric on 12/30/2012 - 8:20 pm

    Examples of Flyover History (short list):

    The genocide of my Pagan Ancestors;
    The genocide of my Druid Ancestors;
    The genocide of my German Ancestors;
    The genocide of my race, the White race…

  5. #7 by Jmcaul on 12/30/2012 - 9:04 pm

    I grew up a military brat. We moved every 2-4 years and lived all over the U.S., Newfoundland, DC suburbs and on both coasts.
    I went to the U of MD which was heavily attended by many New Yorkers. These people were CONVINCED that NYC was the absolute center of the universe. I remember being absolutely struck at how limited and tiny their world was. Even other students who had spent their entire lives in one place knew the world extended way beyond the borders of their hometown.

  6. #8 by Admirer on 12/30/2012 - 10:32 pm

    I lived in NYC for many years. It was frightening to watch a few of my peers marry women of their sworn enemy just to get ahead. I viewed their decision as treason to their ancestors even then. Now I have more sophisticated terms for what it actually was: “genetic capture by a competitive alien group”. I wonder how long it took for these men to realize that their own children were alien to them. Is it surprising that men who make decisions like this want the flyover people to share in their own genetic extinction?

    • #9 by Jason on 12/30/2012 - 10:58 pm

      I might add, bad decisions on race are not just treason to their ancestors, but to their contemporaries and their descendants – to their very own children.

    • #10 by Jmcaul on 12/31/2012 - 2:09 am

      It may have been ‘genetic capture by a competitive alien group’ but it was also still treason.

  7. #11 by Daniel Genseric on 12/30/2012 - 10:59 pm

  8. #12 by Jason on 12/30/2012 - 11:09 pm

    Off topic: History channel had documentary on Chauvet caves in Southern France discovered in 1994. They are 30,000 years old. The first thing you notice is how sophisticated the art work is. More sophisticated than Mayan art was 30,000 years later.

  9. #13 by Wm White on 12/31/2012 - 12:48 am

    A city is much more than a whole lot of people packed together and living in High-Rises. The importance of cities to any people as a cultural, business, education and as technological innovation centers has been understood since Ur.

    We as whites have been driven from our city centers into the isolationism of suburbia. This is not to say great things can’t be accomplished outside of a city, but the concentration of whites in a city has been one major factor in developing our rich history of achievement and enterprise.

    With technology today, maybe large cities will become obsolete as FL Wright envisioned for America. But as our cities have become more and more brown and unsafe; I feel we as a people have allowed ourselves to be deprived of a great boon –to the detriment of our precious white children (both present and future).

  10. #14 by BGLass on 12/31/2012 - 10:12 am

    NYC is 4% wasp (genuinely, the founding stock of the country); same is true of all u.s. ‘cities.’ The founders do not even EXIST. How “democratic” is that!! (lol). The few remaining have no one to talk to, to date, to marry, and are surrounded by a NewYorkProvincial mentality they know is a lie.

    Anyway, they created new cities, elsewhere. Then they are followed there, too.

    Maybe someone will rescue the art from the old museums, someday.

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