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Changing Memories Fascinate Me

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My experience came from a time leading up to the Reagan Administration, so it is often wildly out of date.

Someone commented that, considering how long it had been since I was active, I was able to predict things far better than those who are up to the minute.

I repeat a lot, being a propagandist, so I repeat my answer to this comment often:

If you are predicting the future, you must not be bogged down in the present.

The media, the internet and your next door neighbor will provide you with the Latest News and What It Means.

Every day is packed with articles and talk about What Just Happened and What It Means.

My unique contribution is that I chug along, blissfully unaware of what is in today’s headlines.

The simple fact that being obsessed with what happened today is a guarantee you have no idea about the next generation.

But this leaves me by what I was raised with and what is alien to you.

For instance,when I was coming up, and in every generation before me, when you didn’t finish your food, Mommy would say, “There are starving children in China and India who would love to have what you are just throwing away.”

This was as routine a statement as the  old guy declaring, “When I was young, I had to Walk TEN MILES  in the snow to get to school.”   I use that line on young people in the elevators today.  Invariably, all of them know about it and add interesting lines like “…uphill both ways.”

Children WERE starving when I was young and when everybody else was young since the first  people. 

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And I keep pointing out that that is a piece of news no one is aware of, or at least never mentions, but me.   They are busy with the Latest  News.

So I do wonder what Mommy, the real one not the Professor, says now when food is left on the plate.

The fact that Mother specifically mentioned India and China reflects a reality that was embedded in my youth: People starved in Asia, people had ALWAYS starved in Asia.

When Adam Smith published “Wealth of Nations” back in 1776, whole families starved to death in Europe,  But even then, Smith brought up China and India desperately poor by the European standards even of his day.  He even discussed the fact that while thousands were starving in China, India was even worse.

Commentary on these facts completely destroy everyone else’s ability to put it into perspective.    Even if they read this, anti-whites will start yelling about how children are not starving but they are still hungry.

And pro-whites, even BUGSERS, are about as bad:

“See? This just proved we are DOOMED!  This is NOT good news, Bob!”

I didn’t say it was.  These are more facts that need to be put in perspective about how the future looks, and you can’t have perspective while your knees are jerking.



Public Secrets

One of my favorite movie lines comes from “Arsenic and Old Lace,” where the hero is trying to get his crazy brother, who thinks he’s Teddy Roosevelt, to sign his own commitment papers.  First he tells Teddy that he needs to sign it because it is a Presidential Proclamation.

Then he asks Teddy not to tell his sisters about it because it is Top Secret.

Teddy accepts this and says,

“A secret proclamation.

“How unusual!”

Here at BUGS we wear our butts out trying to find the EXACT meme to describe things, to bring them front and center.   In theoretical terms it is called, “Bringing a subject to theoretical attention.”

That is what Newton did with gravity.  Gravity was certainly no secret, but Newton put it front and center and analyzed all its implications.Image Hosted by

Everybody knew about gravity, just as everyone knows about White Genocide.

Terminology is one of our specialties,  so I suggest that the name for this might be Public Secrets.

It might just wow ’em if they ask you what you mean by “anti-white” if you replied, “Oh, that’s a Public Secret.  All this immigration and diversity is just aimed at getting rid of white people.”

They will seldom ask you about your term “anti-white,” but this double whammy might take care of it if they do.

Almost by definition, a Public Secret is taken apart simply by one’s insistently MENTIONING it.

I notice effects we have that other who haven’t done this all their lives would not.

One thing I have seen has been the increase of stating Public Secrets by more and more people.   O’Reilly’s talk about how the press simply lies about Black on White crime is going out where respectables almost never went out before.

Many are beginning to discover that stating what we all knew is becoming more and more popular.  Like Huey Long, O’Reilly is smart enough to run out in front of the direction the crowd is beginning to wander into and be the Leader.



Jason, Turnabout is the ONLY Way to Play


In the Working Thread, Jason says:

An episode of Dragnet pushing Anti-Whitism almost 50 years ago. Sgt Friday was protecting from those Nazis … i.e. those who oppose school integration.



Jason, I remember that episode.  As I said, we didn’t have a hell of a lot to do in the sand hills.Image Hosted by

Bonanza had an episode that wasn’t broadcast down South where they railed against the law in Nevada in the Old West Days that prevented their cook Hop Sing from marrying a fair haired girl.

This Message Movie and propaganda crap, fifty years later, is VERY important.  It demonstrates that there are NO LIMITS to where you put in the Mantra and the Minis.

Anti-whites have NEVER let any watcher’s right to enjoy entertainment or private discussion to get in the way of shoving their message down our throats.

Anyone who complains about your putting our message absolutely anywhere has no right whatsoever to do so.  And you have no right to respect any such complaint.

The FCC has required every broadcast license  for some eighty years to include “Public Service Ads” free for hours each week.   A “public service ad” can and does include straight anti-white propaganda.

As Rowan Atkins said in attacking Britain’s Hate Speech Laws, “Please offend me.”

Let the AMPWs and other losers be inoffensive.

Saving our race is more important than being respectable, and that’s the way anti-whites beat these losers in the first place.




Mantra Thinking on Alfred Hitchcock


I read a couple of books about Alfred Hitchcock, and you may be interested in some of the conclusions a Mantra Thinking, and no one else, would deduce from it.

Hitchcock directed when the Hayes Commission and the Legion of Decency had the power to keep movies out of theaters.

In dealing with this for more than forty years,  men far less intelligent than Hitchcock, were prepared for facing the censors.   With each movie, Hitchcock had a conference with the Hayes Commission, Legion of Decency spokesmen, and so forth, a regular round.

He put in scenes that barely offended the censors, then, at the inevitable meeting with them, he traded.  He bargained to remove one borderline offense if the censors allowed him to get away with another.

That much is in the biographies.

The biographies mention that Hitchcock regularly put Communists into his movies as the villains.  They don’t say so, but he was the ONLY Hollywood big timer who did.

I don’t think was a matter of principle.   I see clearly that it was a bargaining chip.

The fact that nobody in Hollywood objected to this habit of Hitchcock’s is a dead giveaway to a Mantra Thinker, and to no one else.

Each time, as in “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” the censors took any reference to Communists as villains out.   The biographers never think about this:  If Hitchcock put in Communists  and let the censors take them out, what did he get to leave IN in return?

THAT is the reason he kept putting Communists in and nobody in Hollywood called him that dreaded name, “anti-Communist.”   To a Mantra Thinker it stands out like horns on a pigeon.

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“Torn Curtain” was the only movie Hitchcock made where Communists were the villains.    It had to, since it was about stealing a formula invented in East Germany.

As a side comment, let me state that no Western agent ever stole a single invention or formula, military, scientific or industrial, from the Communists.   Communists invent nothing.

Now back to Mantra Thinking.   What did “Hitch” trade  in THAT movie?

Absolutely no one else would notice this.

The American agent would hold out the prospect to a person trapped behind the Iron Curtain of going to AMERICA.   Never once was the prospect of getting OUT of a country surrounded by “shoot to kill” borders ever mentioned.

The only thing better than being in their Communist homeland was going specifically to AMERICA.   I suspect that Hitch stuck in some references to getting OUT, and traded them in for points.                                                         

Even respectable conservatives NEVER mentioned the universal prison walls around Communist countries.

That was worth POINTS, and I’m damned well sure Hitch got them.


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Industrial Thinking

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This could have been called “Porch Talk,” but I don’t want to get those discussions mixed up with whatever appears here.

Porch Talk was for you.   This is for me.

No one questions you when you say you want to take a walk.

So I am taking a talk.

What really makes this different is that I am not taking a talk, I’m WRITING.

You might say that writing began as an industry.  It was an especially learned skill, part of a profession or by the head of family.

“It is written” meant it was important.

In the Evil White Man’s World, illiteracy, like starvation, is a thing of the past for anyone anywhere near normal.   You can still starve to death in hospital room, in fact, that is the only place anyone still does starve in the Evil White Man’s world.   Illiteracy has gone the same way.

You can only starve in a hospital because that is where we put people whose bodies are failing to process the nourishment they need.    There are tens of billions of dollars waiting to be spent on anyone who is illiterate, so the case has to be pathological for one to be unable to read.

Mommy Professor is a lot like the medical profession until a couple of centuries ago.   His ridiculous theories not only make the case worse, all the official thinking goes into the modern version of bleeding and using astrology, so that Mommy Professor today, like his  medical counterparts in earlier days, is a brick wall against any constructive approach.

This has happened to all to all thinking.  With the general spread of literacy, writing, like Mommy Professor’s Intellectualism, has become the property of of those who ordain each other as Intellectuals.

The spread of writing has lead to the restriction of writing to a bureaucracy, an industry.

Actually, set of different industries, each of which is largely  a product of personal contacts rather than any originality on the part of the professionals.

In fact if you want to write for a bureaucracy, originality is a death sentence.

OK. Bob’s Meanderings is now a go and no longer needs to go on the main page.


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