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Us Loose Cannons Versus TTGHs

Posted by Bob on February 23rd, 2015 under Coaching Session

Only a BUGSER can understand the distinction between a loose cannon and a TTGH.
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I am proud to say that most true BUGSERS are loose cannons.

I sure as hell am, and I’m proud to say so.

Routine people don’t change the world. Calm, settled people fit into the world.

On the other hand, I keep telling you that Take My Toys and Go Home(TTGH) types are poison and should be tossed out instantly because they will destroy what you are doing.

This would really mystify anyone who hasn’t trained right here.

  1. #1 by TheSeeker OfTruth on 02/24/2015 - 9:06 am

    A reasonable man seeks to adapt himself to his environment. An unreasonable man seeks to adapt the environment to himself. Therefore all of the world’s progress is owed to the unreasonable man.

  2. #2 by polydoros on 02/26/2015 - 9:31 am

    “Well-adjusted” is an ideal to the followers of the religion of Political Correctness.

    But is it right to be “well-adjusted” to the GENOCIDE of your people?

    Loose cannons appear loose to outsiders (those who adjust and take the easy way).

    But what loose cannons are really doing is following their moral consciences.

    I, too, am proud to be considered a loose cannon.

    • #3 by eyeslevel on 02/26/2015 - 9:59 am

      Bolsheviks changed their environment and they were pretty unreasonable.

      • #4 by polydoros on 02/26/2015 - 10:23 am

        It appears you were replying to SeekerOfTruth’s comment?

        For what it’s worth, the way I see it is this:

        There is a minority of people with strong moral consciences who fight for betterment.

        There is a minority of psychopaths who are motivated by viciousness.

        And there is a majority who by-and-large follow whatever of the above groups seems to have the most power.

      • #5 by TheSeeker OfTruth on 02/26/2015 - 4:58 pm

        As well as all of the White pioneers marching westward from India on into perpetuity.
        That’s a reply to eyeslevel.

  3. #6 by Jason on 02/27/2015 - 8:55 am

    I get the feeling that the anti-Whites concern over the #WhiteGenocide hashtag and the term “White Genocide” in general are entering a new phase.

    Feels like panic.

    They keep trying to laugh it off but it keeps spreading. Now they say we are all a bunch of lower class “losers”. The funny thing is, what does that say about THEM if a bunch of unpaid hicks can create panic in elite circles? 🙂

    • #7 by polydoros on 02/27/2015 - 9:12 am

      I notice this with the term “White Genocide” in conversations too. Just saying the term off-handedly when talking about race or immigration, such as “Diversity slash White Genocide”, and people are taking this as self-evident nowadays, even with people whom I wouldn’t have otherwise expected it from.

      We are changing the world, and it’s an honour to be fighting alongside you and fellow Bugsers.

      • #8 by Ice Knight on 02/27/2015 - 11:12 am

        I’ve always been a loose cannon, has got me into a lot of trouble at times but wouldn’t have it any other way!

        Yes there has been a noticeable attempt over the past few weeks to try and disrupt our activities on the #WhiteGenocide hashtag. Twitter has been censoring certain accounts and there are a lot of anti-White trolls – some pretending to be pro-White – out to try and spread confusion.

        Worth watching the start of this video from Stephan Molyneux – he is a more mainstream ‘libertarian’ but drops in Mantra talking points like they are established fact. I don’t agree with his conclusions, but it is clear to see our influence.

        The mere mention of White GENOCIDE in a conversation about ‘diversity’ is completely toxic to ANY argument anti-Whites can put forward. I can well understand why they are panicking!

        • #9 by Jason on 02/27/2015 - 10:32 pm

          Nice video – I like the end where he explains that the future is not written and depends on whoever the hell takes to the field and fights the hardest (as opposed to Conspiracy Heads who seem to think everything is pre-ordained).

          BUGSERS might like his discussion of Swords vs Magic in Fantasy novels, and how those who wield words are the most powerful in real life. Of course, as you stated, he is a libertarian and BUGSERS will see the flaws in some of his thinking:

  4. #10 by Ice Knight on 02/27/2015 - 11:31 am

    Ann Coulter also looks like she is becoming too much of a loose cannon for the GOP – not invited to CPAC this year. Out of all the mainstream commentators, she has probably been the closest to going full Mantra.

    • #11 by Daniel Genseric on 02/27/2015 - 4:37 pm

      Heresy necessitates ownership.

      She can thank whoever keeps tweeting that she acknowledged WHITE GENOCIDE for the UN-invitation. Their honesty about HER honesty has rendered her the next-BEST, persona non gratis, anti-establishment, Presidential candidate.

      Patrick Buchanan could be her Joe Biden, trying to play catch-up while muttering borderline off-the-mark, “racist” quotes to the media while groping painfully young and unwilling women. And Ann could pitch the first European American caucus and/or Free Speech Party.

      But alas, after all of my (and others’) encouragement and “atta girl’s”, it looks as if she’ll never run and he’ll never get it. Oh well.

      #GOPfail2016 #CPACstrokeJOB

      And the beat goes on…

  5. #12 by Bob on 02/27/2015 - 2:23 pm

    This article is important to me because only BUGSERS can even imagine the distinction I am making.

    In real world power politics, you deal with people who are power-seekers trying to shake things up.

    Organization politics divides the world into nice people who give money and let THEM do all the talking and the rest of the world, which gives them nothing.

    Another popular distinction is between “trouble makers” and those who make no disturbance except in defense of Mommy Professor.

    Out in the real world, everybody who is serious about power is a “trouble-maker.” You have to find the ones who make trouble to change the world, and the ones who just want to make trouble and be loud,

    It has taken a lot of BUGS training before I could talk to you about this.

    I don’t think many BUGSERS understand how sophisticated we have become.

  6. #14 by Daniel Genseric on 02/27/2015 - 4:26 pm

    I’m more of a loose bottle who routinely laments the bottleneck on OUR team.

    And by the by, shouldn’t one actually POSSESS some toys before they threaten to take them and go home?

  7. #15 by Richard on 02/27/2015 - 6:00 pm

    I found this definition of a loose cannon: “An uncontrolled or unpredictable person who causes damage to their own faction, political party, etc.” I think there could be a better term for our necessary trouble making bugsters, but I do see the point being made. How about “guerrilla pro-Whites” ? Everyone knows the difference between stupid lining up to shoot at each other in battle under great Generals, and really fighting to win intelligently in guerrilla warfare.

    • #16 by polydoros on 02/28/2015 - 4:05 am

      I see what you mean. Though “loose cannon” is how we are seen as individuals by the majority of people we interact with everyday. We appear as loose cannons to the status quo.

      They don’t understand why someone would go against the status quo. Such a person appears to them as unpredictable and unreasonable.

      Thus the term “loose cannon”.

  8. #17 by Simmons on 03/01/2015 - 8:02 am

    We have begun stripping the legitimacy from the anti-white establishment, that is power. Writing essays about ideology or making a stormfront I’m angry comment are not power but powerlessness.

    Maybe Bob could write a refresher post about the “Rule of Threes” how practical politics is a three sided game. I think that could illustrate to our stormfront/intellectual refugees how practical politics works on the human level.

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