They Don’t Want Us To Know Each Other

Hat tip to Steve Sailer, here’s an article by Cass Sunstein on a study that suggests civil associations in Germany helped the rise to power of the Nazis. “Could bowling leagues and the PTA breed Nazis?” he asks breathlessly.

Because of course as far as Sunstein is concerned, the only thing that matters is if you might become a Nazi. If joining a bowling league leads to camaraderie among non-elite whites, and potentially political and social solidarity, then that’s it, no bowling leagues. We can’t have the slaves whispering to each other around the water barrel, can we?

I think we ought to piss them off and hang out together.


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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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5 Responses to They Don’t Want Us To Know Each Other

  1. Hizzle says:

    This is of course the real reason for the stigma attached to religion in America, heavily promoted by the elite. People who believe in God go to churches, where they gather with other people. They might meet in these churches to decide things as disparate as the moral wrongness of slavery or the perdify of Jewish bankers, but since we can’t predict what they’ll do when they meet at church, it’s most advantageous to us overall to just discourage them from going in the first place. Better for them to be at home watching TV.

    I’m pretty sure that’s the rationale at the end of the day, all explicated in Putnam’s studies as well as Jonathan Haidt’s. We don’t have social capital in America anymore; we have a social deficit, and of course diversity compounds the distrust, so there should be even more corrosion as HUD sinks its tentacles deeper into formerly viable communities.

    We all, Robert Louis Stevenson once observed, eventually sit down to a banquet of consequences.

  2. Reblogged this on Aryan Street and commented:
    We can learn from the past. Also, check the great comments!

  3. J. says:

    Be better if the elites hang together. One can dream.

  4. ckorzeniowski says:

    If you’re afraid there’s a cop lurking around every corner, chances are you might just be a criminal.

    I wonder if Sunstein realizes that maybe – just maybe! – his fears are justified because of how rotten the elite is.

  5. Ryu says:

    Ha! Or, if you think there’s a criminal lurking around every corner, you might just be a cop.

    Right now, most WNs are scattered about the US. Only the internet allows us to find one another. I’m not certain I have the skills right now to do the assessment properly.

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