Deconstructing Leftism

You know what? I’ve gotten pretty sick of deconstructing leftism. It’s been deconstructed. We know, mostly, what it is and how it works. Further anthropology is of little value.

I’m going to start a new blog about doing something. There are a few people working on doing that, and this effort needs to go from being a few isolated pioneers to being a widespread movement.


About thrasymachus33308

I like fast cars, fast women and southern-fried rock. I have an ongoing beef with George Orwell. I take my name from a character in Plato's "Republic" who was exasperated with the kind of turgid BS that passed for deep thought and political discourse in that time and place, just as I am today. The character, whose name means "fierce fighter" was based on a real person but nobody knows for sure what his actual political beliefs were. I take my pseudonym from a character in an Adam Sandler song who was a obnoxious jerk who pissed off everybody.
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8 Responses to Deconstructing Leftism

  1. mindweapon says:

    That’s too bad, you are a very good writer. I follow your blog and read all your posts.

  2. Columnist says:

    Good 9idea. Good blogs are hard to find.

  3. joetexx says:

    Leftism deconstructs itself. The title is a tad pedestrian.

    I’ve always found your blog interesting; the first post I read was about how anti communist liberalism went to Hell. You made a very important point; that conservatives need to acknowledge that American liberals were once capable of spearheading projects like the original NASA and the Cold War consensus that kept America prosperous from WWII to the seventies. I’ve followed you ever since.

    I’ll look at anything you choose to put up, but I hope you don’t give up social & political commentary completely.

    I mean, 2 years ago you couldn’t have gotten me to look at a WN like Mindweapons save as a joke. Now I know what a Fresnel lens is.

    Have you looked at Jehu’s Chariot of Reaction? Very bright engineer and family values man.

    On Doing Something: allow me to throw out an idea. I’ve been trying to do a little research on money raising for new enterprises, along the lines of family or group rotating funds like the Chinese hui or the Latin American tanda . The Amish seem to do something similar for large medical bills, so that even the poorest member of the community has his bills paid off at time of discharge. Naturally this makes them desirable patients so they can and do negotiate for discounts.

    The literature on this stuff on the Net seems to be heavily anthropological with all the jargon of that scholarly discipline, and I would like to find information that is more specifically financial.

    Can ordinary white folks trust one another enough to organize groups like this? We need some way of capitalizing new enterprises independent of the banksters .

    Looking up ROSCA (rotating savings and credit associations) is a way to start thing about this.

    And Thrasy? Post early and often.

  4. hirschibold says:

    Mr. Thras…

    You need to Google “Frank Borzellieri.” The man was a one-man white nationalist/traditionalist wrecking ball who single-handedly defunded a deeply entrenched and deeply corrupt leftist regime in the most liberal and multicultural district in one of America’s most diverse metropolises. If there were one-hundred men like him in America it would be “Game over, man,” if I may quote Bill Paxton from “Aliens.”

  5. Ryu says:

    You’re raising your level.

    I’m not worried, and you should not worry about losing hits. No doubt you have many ideas on solutions. That’s exactly what’s needed. If you should tire of solutions, you can always return to DL. It’s easy to go that direction, and hard to go the other. Much like you would find it quite easy to write as a repectable conservative.

    It’s hard. The PUAs tried forming communities and failed. The survivalists are at the level but forming groups is still second priority for them. They still pump out issues which have been explored ad nauseum.

    Let us know where you start your new blog. I very much look forward to it. From here on in, it’s all about money, building communities and motivating people.

  6. Columnist says:

    We should flood the public with memes.

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