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A Loyal Southern Misfit

By Bob Whitaker – Originally posted September 12th, 1998

Probably only us Southerners and Southern sympathizers can appreciate the incident I am about to relate. It was 1982, and I was sitting on Capitol Hill in Washington talking to someone at my publisher’s office on Manhattan Island. The New Right Papers had just been published, and I had more plans for promoting it.

The New Yorker said unto me words I never expected to hear spoken to a boy from Pontiac, South Carolina straight from the Big Apple,

“Bob, you shouldn’t be so PUSHY!”

I started laughing uncontrollably, and the guy at the publisher’s asked me what I was suddenly laughing at. I said, “It would take YEARS for me to explain!”

I have always been a fanatically loyal Southerner, but I have always been a serious pusher in the midst of a region noted for its passivity. This is illustrated by the fact that, when I went uptown from Pontiac to Columbia High School in 1955, my best friend at Columbia High was one Lake Erie High, Junior.

There were about a thousand students at Columbia High, and Lake and I never had a single class in common. But Lake was another fanatically loyal Southerner who never, before or since, has been noted for his passivity.

In 1971, when I got back from Rhodesia, I was at a loss as to what to do next. There was no market for the particular talents I had developed there. So I took some courses in premedicine at East Carolina University. The only student I became friends with there was Raymond Moody, who later became a psychiatrist and began the near-death experiences craze with his book Life After Life.

I remember being at Ray’s house, with his wife and my new wife there, looking at the first water bed I ever saw, while Ray talked about his own out-of-body experiences.

Raymond Moody is a North Carolinian, but he is a pusher and promoter like Lake and me. His image is that of a passive North Carolina boy with a very calm, Southern “accent”(Southerners don’t have accents). But he didn’t take the country by storm with his theories by being passive.

It tells you something that I have never been hired by another Southerner. I had several jobs in Washington, staying in each for several years. The only Southerner I ever had EVEN AS A RECOMMENDATION, out of dozens of people I used for recommendations through the years, was Floyd Spence.

The poor man had no choice, since I had driven him all over the state in his 1962 campaign and a large part of my family were his constituents.

The only Southerner who ever interviewed me for a job was Jesse Helms. But here again, the real story is different. His Administrative Assistant – the head of his office directly under Helms – brought me to him, and this AA was from Michigan.

From Michigan, but with excellent Copperhead instincts. He had a 1785 map of Virginia on his wall which showed his part of Michigan inside Virginia. He said that made him a Southerner.

I guess I was in DC for the same reason I was in Rhodesia. I’m the kind of Southerner other loyal Southerners are glad to have on their side – at a distance. Tom Fleming said of me in a speech that Americans could either be reasonable and settle for Southerners like him or choose to fight it out and “deal with Whitaker”.

Let me tell you, when you get old and tired, you really LOVE it when somebody says something that makes you sound that macho!

Maybe I ought to get back in touch with Ray. At my age, life is becoming one long near-death experience.

My problem is, what do I do when we achieve independence? Do I live at the northern border of the Confederacy and commute, or will one of you folks in the government find me a nice job at a very, very distant Confederate embassy?


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A reminder from Bob of his wishes for BUGS

Below is an excerpt from Bob’s article – “Bugsers are Doing a Great Job In Our Internal Fights” (Originally posted by Bob Whitaker September 30th, 2014.)

As BUGSers it is up to ALL of us to continue on Bob’s teachings. For us to keep reading and re-posting his articles here on BUGS in an effort to coach the next generation. Bob’s work has laid out everything we need to keep teaching his method of what WORKS! Like Fred R did, we need suggestions of Bob’s old articles as you guys are reading and referencing them.

Eyeslevel has created a document of all Bob’s articles from his original site from the beginning. I will begin posting those on here each day or two unless others have suggestions and articles that are in line with something current.

It our time to take the lead for Coach!

“Allow me to repeat for the hundredth time that I determined, no matter how small or unfunded, I wanted a group to keep up my life’s work.

This is the opposite of what a Leader might desire. He might want his disappearance to throw his organization into limbo, like the National Alliance.

My ideal is exactly the opposite: I have provided in my will for the little money BUGS needs and named a person to provide it whom I trust, but they will CONTINUE BUGS.

They will not RUN it.

YOU will run it. 

As far as our purposes are concerned, my ideal is that my passing away will not cause a bump in our road.

My life has been dedicated to the survival of my race far beyond my lifetime.

The biggest problem I find now is writers to follow me. I am happy to have them now.

The reason I don’t have writers is because opinions are easy, but writing is WORK.

We have SysOps, we have Laura, we even have Linux deciding to worry about the cause rather than whatever he thought I did to him.

As I have said before, people who are dedicated as we are to something besides getting ahead by going along are going to be a bunch of loose cannons.”


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