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Posted by Bob on December 31st, 2012 under Coaching Session

I am useful, not for knowing what you don’t know, but for noticing what you don’t notice.

Most of the time commenters STILL don’t notice what is original. If I point out that nobody discusses the fall of the Soviet Union, someone trots out a Golden Oldie about how bad Communism is or news bias.

Most of my articles get no comments on the most pregnant parts.

Why the USSR fell is embarrassing to every side in the 1980s. It was a total miss by all the experts. If one discusses it, he may even wonder why Sovietologists are never embarrassed about the ultimate failure of all their predictions.
None of these experts, even associated with those of us who brought down the USSR, were astonished about how quickly it happened. We knew the USSR was a house of cards and completely ridiculous, and acted on it. Photobucket

But if we had concentrated on the ideological weakness of Marxism or the other crap they got paid for, the USSR would still be there.

“We can bring down the USSR if we realize it is silly and act on that reality.” When I wrote that repeatedly, it was universally looked on as hick bait.

When I use enormous historical examples to show what Hearing the Silence is, no comment goes ahead and talks about ANOTHER giant boner from the Silence.

We now have a tiny number of BUGSERS who discuss expertly how to use the Mantra out in the real battle place.

Now I would like some commenters to start reading an article before reacting to it.

You can put the latest gossip about Enron someplace else — PLEASE do.

Enron, like the USSR, means for US that experts don’t interpret the realities right.

As long as they write to order, the fact that their subject did not exist is tossed into the Silence.

On September 12 I told you that no one would get punished for allowing 9/11 to happen. Being a professional, I told you then that those who allowed 9/11 would get promoted. They were the experts when it happened, so they are experts on The Crisis.

That point bounced right off readers then and now.

The lessons I worked with to get my money and incidentally destroy the USSR are lost in “Guess what I found” stuff.

This is a lesson that is almost impossible to explain, so I certainly don’t expect even you to get it right off.

But it is something you should be working on mentally.

  1. #1 by Jason on 12/31/2012 - 9:18 am

    This may be TL;DR and I am embarrassing myself. Here is the problem I have. It’s hard to think your way out of a mental box when you don’t understand the box you are in. This response is thinking on paper and very verbose. Feel free to beat me like a rented mule, anyone. Bob’s trying to make an important point that some of us aren’t getting. So, break out the two by four.

    We use experts all the time. If I need plumbing work done, I call a plumber. Now, what if the plumber screws up and my kitchen floods? I still call a plumber (maybe another) to fix it. Yes, they have made all the mistakes, and yes, an expert flooded my kitchen, but I still call on an expert to fix it.

    So, I have a hard time with a blanket denunciation of all experts (maybe that is not what’s being suggested, but it almost sounds like it).

    BUT, I most certainly know that some experts are totally wrong in their fields, and that all experts have been wrong at some point. Obviously, I doubt the “experts” on race, the environment, guns and a whole bunch of issues. None of us would be here if we were slaves to experts. Now, is the point that when I realize the experts in question are loopy, I should start treating them differently? No longer treating with the public respect they are used to? Laughing at them as a strategy? Because sometimes that does work.

    In the case of the USSR, I think most real conservatives realized the system sucked and that it couldn’t stand on its own without Western aid. But, I think they feared it would survive due to sheer ruthlessness and military power. There is also a certain pessimistic view of Man that says, in the long run tyranny wins, making people think the USSR would survive BECAUSE of its evil.

    There are many examples of experts being wrong. I heard for decades that we are juusssttt about to run out of oil. Except we always have more. And now we have fracking. And no one ever calls those clowns out for what they’ve said. There were the population bomb guys who said we’d all be eating each other by 1999 (soylent green). They also pushed the value of big centrally planned projects for people to live in, here in the US and the world. These places ALL became dangerous, dehumanizing shitholes. I write it off as pro-government guys spinning a story to justify bigger government. They were Central Planners who came to the conclusion Central Planners should run everything.

    Feminists assured me that women (wymen) would all become hairy no-makeup lumberjacks. Yet, they seem pretty girlie today. More eager to be a princess than an auto mechanic. Freud gave tens of millions of mothers guilt over how their kids turned out, based on a un-scientific theory that was promoted as Deep Thought for generations, destroying God knows how many lives. Freud has faded, it’s considered incorrect, but the whole thing gets swept under the rug. In both cases, it seems like Cultural Marxists trying to impose their vision on the world. Academics don’t humiliate them as they deserve, because they still have too much power. Regular folks seem to just not think about it. But there is a strange blindness to it all.

    I suspect Bob thinks we are more impressed by the arguments of anti-Whites than we should be. And maybe some of us are. This can be the TOO syndrome of trying to conjure up a Deep System to oppose the Ultimate Evil we face. Spending years going through every nook and cranny of the anti-White philosophers. Over at Counter Currents, they reprint deep somber texts on Evola and verge off into some kind of weird mysticism. They take the anti-Whites too seriously.

    Sorry, this was rambling because obviously I am confused and not sure if I am getting close to the real point. Fire away, if anyone made it this far.

  2. #2 by John White on 12/31/2012 - 10:31 am

    I must confess that sometimes I do find it difficult to follow Mr. Whitaker’s points.

    Maybe it’s the language barrier – I’m not American – or maybe I’m not as smart I’d like to think I am.

    Also, I don’t read all the posts. Maybe that contributes to my difficulty in understanding Mr. Whitaker’s lessons.

    The idea I’m getting from this post is that we Bugsers should learn to locate the real point of these posts and also that we should sharpen our ability to see what is missing when we look at things outside of BUGS.

    • #3 by OldBlighty on 12/31/2012 - 11:00 am

      Some of the concepts take a while to understand. Wordism was one I had difficulty with for a long time.

      Hearing the Silence is another difficult one, but it is critical and I look forward to understanding it fully, so I can do what Bob does.

      Another example of The Silence, someone mentioned a while back that Black History Month only has heroes, whereas real history has heroes AND villains.

      Why experts that get things wrong are promoted is another one.

      Our universities are full of experts. They know an awful lot about very narrow fields of study, so they become very provincial. They can’t see the forest for the tree they are studying and that is why they get things so wrong.

  3. #4 by OldBlighty on 12/31/2012 - 11:03 am

    “They were the experts when it happened, so they are experts on The Crisis.”

    The experts on a crisis, are the ones that created that crisis.

  4. #5 by Vale on 12/31/2012 - 1:07 pm

    Bob said “We now have a tiny number of BUGSERS who discuss expertly how to use the Mantra out in the real battle place.”

    Okay, but what is the problem more exactly? What kind of things are being said which are counter-productive things to say?

    I find BUGS a scary place to post stuff. It’s because this is one of the only sites where you can’t get away with idiocy (tailgating, wordism, etc.) … but then again, the best way to learn is to get some feedback.

  5. #6 by Conrad on 12/31/2012 - 1:35 pm

    Maybe my age will help me make a useful point. The problems that plagued the USSR were that their military was strung all over the world trying to ‘nation build’ as it were. Burdened by the expense of their military exploits and the added expense of taking care of all of the darkies that they were so intent on incorporating into their world dream started eating away at their economy. This of course made the folks back home unhappy because the shelves in their stores were empty. Add to this the desire of the Soviet citizen for a better life and a growing resentment toward the oppressive nature of the government and the stage was set. Instead of pulling back and taking care of their own people the government continued to expand their empire. On the other hand our efforts in Vietnam and Korea to block their expansion and Reagan’s ploys (?) like Star Wars forced the USSR to increase their military budget to the breaking point and the stage was set. So let’s review.

    1. Military spread out all over the world.
    2. A national debt that is ever growing & out of control.
    3. An economy plagued by recession, compounded by a failing currency.
    4. People at home unhappy with what they see as oppression.
    5. The added burden of taking care of an ever growing population of third world ne’er-do-wells.

    But of course the ‘experts’ of the USSR couldn’t see the handwriting on the wall.
    And of course the ‘experts’ of the USSA aren’t seeing the handwriting on the wall.
    EXPERT = EX, a has been. SPERT, a drip under pressure.

    Gee Wally, who does that sound like?
    Jack’s War

  6. #7 by Bob on 12/31/2012 - 2:07 pm

    Reading the article back over, I think I was a bit snotty.

    • #8 by c-bear on 12/31/2012 - 10:13 pm

      You are starting to get your point across. I was close to writing about the silence, but instead decided to talk about sophistocrats. My point is, the thought crossed my mind. We may not be all the way there yet, but we’re getting close.

  7. #9 by Peter Cottontail on 12/31/2012 - 2:26 pm

    A plumber is a person who needs to know how to plumb or they will be out of business quickly. If you can’t fix a leak or unclog pipes, the customer will find someone who can. Plumbing is a real science with tangible results.

    On the other hand, a mommy-professor approved expert will always be employed because their official title is “expert” ordained by mommy professor. So an expert in global warming today will say what mommy professor wants to hear and, when global warming goes into the memory hole in the future and is replaced with “localized cooling weather syndrome” (or whatever is the new weather thing), the experts won’t miss a beat. They will follow the party line and say what mommy professor wants to hear. The weather doom industry will continue on.

    Ole Bob wants us to point out these simple truths.

  8. #10 by Jmcaul on 12/31/2012 - 3:32 pm

    “Reading the article back over, I think I was a bit snotty.” -Bob

    Now THAT cracked me up!

    Well Bob, you ARE are ‘the expert’ HERE! LOL!!

    Mrksbta theI suspect the rest of us (myself most definitely) are pedaling just as fast as we can to try and keep up.

    If I can take anything away from this article it is that ‘the experts’ when it comes to liberals and respectable conservatives are as inbred as ever. They live and operate in an echo chamber and are truly the blind leading the blind. Those celebrities who fall under the description of ‘expert’ are an illusion of credibility. Not the real thing.

  9. #11 by Jmcaul on 12/31/2012 - 3:39 pm

    Please ignore the gobbledygook in that last comment. The BUGS comment editor is not working properly on my so-called ‘smart’ phone.

  10. #12 by Scythian on 12/31/2012 - 11:08 pm

    The lowest form of human life are nigger-spics.

  11. #13 by BGLass on 01/01/2013 - 10:31 am

    What I get out of this is EXPERT is— JUST a JOB.

    Like, take a NewsandJews-slash-EvilAngloElite-site like TOO that does not publish my comments, LOL. Today: Sandy
    says: Professor MacDonald is living proof that the pen is mightier than the sword!

    Kevin MacDonald replies:
    Would that that were true!

    After Mr. Whitaker wins with real strategy and talking points, those others will go on t.v., and nod sagely and talk about their long suffering struggles, and so on. But mostly, their past will have been about News-and-Jews and sad tales of E-ville ANGLO elites (um…aren’t Anglos WHITE, lol?) And the E-ville “enlightenment” and the “evil puritans,” and the E-vill wasp “white shoe establishments,” and the prejudice that was suffered!— and even more news-and-jews and then more E-ville Rouseau, and More History of all the E-VILLE White IDEAS, of which there is no end (at least if they are produced by the Northern European, usually protestant, lol). (The same people that everyone seems to want to live with, however, btw).

    But the buck stops with Mr. Whitaker!

    He does not waste time picking White Scabs, knowing his enemies will do that for him. Nor does he place blame all day— like some weak namby-pamby, going on and on about WHAT VERSION OF THE DEVIL “made them do it.” Was it Jews or E-VILLE ANGLOS? And if Rousseau, then was Rousseau a SECRET jew!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    How long can people have this same stupid circular conversation?

    How long can people not look in a mirror? How long, until they are onto themselves?

    All this says is that a certain group WANTS TO BLAME another group, for their own agenda, whatever that is, and is very transparent and silly. Personally, it’s a little embarrassing, imo.

    Because if you are really White, then you would be White, and you know very well, your own personal brand of white, and exactly who you are and what you are responsible for and what you are NOT.

    Your whole life would not revolve around who is to blame, (and then acting like there is no –what psychology would call— ‘secondary gain’ in doing that)

    You would MOVE ON.

  12. #14 by BGLass on 01/01/2013 - 10:42 am

    Point being, there are Great Gains in keeping any system going. Like, you are “Theee Man!” You are Expert.

    When the real people change things, then the Professional Experts just say something else. They have a “change of heart,” they learn something new!!!!

    Sometimes, you will catch them out, even on t.v.

    They say things like, “We used to say x, y or z…Last year, we were saying that…, this year, it’s being said…..” Showing that they were aware The Party Line changed and they are just saying what Experts (those with the Expert Job) are told to say.

    Like, everybody knowing all news sites lead with the exact same four stories every single day of the world, in a world of supposed “free thought” and nobody ever talking about how weird that is.

    Mr. Whitaker’s people are NOT EXPERTS. They often will not get Expert Jobs.

    They are other ones—- ones who change what ones in the EXPERT JOB are TOLD to say.

    It’s more interesting than EXPERT JOB, imo.

  13. #15 by BGLass on 01/01/2013 - 10:59 am

    –finally— One day those who go on (and on) about E-VILLE Anglos and use all the CODE WORDS and phrases meant to degrade them, targeting specific factions of a WHITE ethnic group, but really, in order to splash the group—-

    —will REALIZE they could EASILY have just used “Anti-White,” but they decided NOT TO USE that—

    And this is what exposes them. Their decision not to simply use “Anti-White” where it is appropriate.

    They are publicly making another decision, a visible decision.

    • #16 by Jason on 01/01/2013 - 1:04 pm

      Great post. E-VILLE! That sums up so much. The desire to find some ONE source of all EVIL that can then be pointed to. It’s like a witch hunt. They see the whole game as some kind of Easter Egg Hunt to find the hidden E-VILLE Jew/Anglo.

      It’s silly. I can see why Bob shuns the Jew-talk. Too many can’t handle it. It also avoids the natural conflicts that all people get into. You don’t always need a Satanic Troublemaker to cause trouble. I found myself going along with some of the Jew-talk at TOO as a way of reaching their audience a year or so ago. I thought a reasonable position could be taken. I was wrong.

      I’m surprised you were banned though, that does surprise me. I truly resent the amount of time I spent arguing with some of those posters. I thought they were pro-White. But many are just anti-Jewish. More than once, I saw people write they would sacrifice the whole White race, if it would destroy “The Jew”. That’s not healthy.

    • #17 by Jason on 01/01/2013 - 1:14 pm

      I made a comment at TOO after a 250 post debate on the JFK assassination. It rehashed old theories from 50 years ago. I conservatively estimate they spent at least 500 man hours on that debate. I told them they could have accomplished so much more with those 500 hours.

      Not sure I did any good with that point, but I resent the time I’ve wasted there (not all of it was wasted). I resent that decent posters are called “Jews” by the same bunch of loons who log on every few months to blast everyone, sew division among Anglos, Germans, Slavs, etc., and the moderators do nothing about it.

      OK, I’ve been venting here and that’s not good. Please forgive me. I will post the Mantra 10 more times and sin no more.

  14. #18 by Jmcaul on 01/01/2013 - 2:39 pm

    Thank you for putting it that way Jason “I thought they were pro-White but many are just anti-Jewish.” I’ve run into that myself and could not seem to boil it down to that simple observation. I COULD view it as a waste of time, or I may choose to view it as a learning experience. I may even challenge a few of them in one last ditch attempt “are you pro-White or are you just anti-Jewish?” They seem tangled up in a tarbaby. I don’t want to get too close.

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