I figured it would be a normal event. Some rock throwing, etc., but the normal speeches and we condemn racism blah blah blah.

Instead- rally is declared illegal despite federal court order, local and state police prevent whites from speaking and assembling but not antifa, Clinton scumbag governor declares emergency, antifa riot.

But in the end it was always going to come down to this. Whites don’t have free speech or assembly. The federal court is quickly obeyed when it follows the system’s wishes, but when occasionally it doesn’t it is ignored. Leftist protestors have impunity.

The alt lite is derided by many, but it’s where most people skeptical of the system feel at home. We can demand our rights, participate in the system, we are not racist or anti-semitic, etc. Theoretically the democratic political system can change things, at least somewhat, to address people’s grievances.

But the system made it formally, officially clear that can’t happen. They could have made some strategic concessions and deflated the balloon. But they’re arrogant and stupid, despite the SAT scores and the Ivy League degrees.

Life and history grind on, driven by forces we don’t understand or even know about. Not even the people in charge know- perhaps them least of all.

The system can’t even keep on its own fig leaves any more. “Rights” with controlled opposition and manufactured consent work great but they can’t even stick to that. Trump announced his support for the Virginia governor and the state and local police so he can’t even manage the ACLU/Voltaire cliche of defending your right to say it.

It’s just going to get weirder. Ryan Landry linked to an interesting article by Gary Brecher on the IRA versus Al Qaeda. It’s worth noting they don’t care about anybody’s life, but they sure do care about their money and stuff.


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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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6 Responses to Charlottesville

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  2. J. Junger says:

    How could anyone think we’re living in anything like a democracy? A minor judge has more power than a president who was merely trying to enforce the most basic (already existing) law of the land regarding immigration (a law that’s popular with a majority of Americans, by the way, despite at least two generations of heavy-handed propaganda) and the president, the law, and the American people swiftly lost the fight. I was watching an interview between Bernie Sanders and Ezra Klein, and Klein could just not understand why Sanders made it clear he cared more about Vermont than the country, and more about America that Klein’s “global war on poverty.” Our keepers are obnoxious, effeminate pussies whose only attachment to reality is theoretical, but they still hold the power of life and death over us.

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  4. Ryu says:

    White genocide is the law. Either whites overthrow their ZOG system or they die.

    Any Murkan is living in a police state, right now. It has been here for decades.

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  6. sinkovich says:

    The Irish are unusually clannish for Northern Euros. It would close to impossible to replicate that kind of org in the US. Maybe a group made up entirely of highly ethnocentric Staten Island. Italians. Boston Irish are probably too infected by the surrounding liberalism to be seriously considered. The rest of the white population in the US is either too atomized,too averse to illegal violence or too temperamentally individualistic. In Cyprus, General Grivas came closer to total victory than the iRA (gaining independence, but two Brit bases remaining) under highly unfavorable circumstances. Somehow Grivas was able to mount a mostly successful insurrection based solely on the basis of Greek ethnicity. The Greek Cypriots had no serious grievances against the Brits.

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