Missing the point. And other news.
OK, I essentially agree with McDonald’s points. But it is “same old, same old” and doesn’t address the main issues.
Look, I was wrong with my election prediction in 2016. I may be wrong again in 2020. But still, even if Trump somehow pulls it off in 2020 – and I think that unlikely – that merely kicks the can down the road to 2024, when the demographics are going to be even worse than they are today.
Perhaps Der Movement hopes that a Trump win in 2020 will so destabilize the country that 2024 will be moot – things will have progressed so far by then that the 2024 election will be irrelevant. That’s counting on two unlikely events – that Trump will win in 2020 and that following a Trump win and the inevitable violent Leftist reaction to that, Whites will get off their cuckified rear ends and fight back (and that the Trump DOJ won’t again start persecuting Trump’s supporters while coddling his enemies).
Anything is possible, but I for one would like to see Der Movement talk less about how bad a Biden victory will be and plan more for what to do if that eventuality actually occurs.
The real problem is how pro-White activism can survive – and achieve at least some goals – in the event of Left victory (in 2020 or 2024, most likely 2020). Talking about how important a Trump victory will be is missing the point. After all, the outcome of the election is not going to be determined by what MacDonald (or I or anyone else on the Far Right) writes about it.
MacDonald’s important role here – as a senior statesman of the “movement” – is to exercise leadership, along with other important rightist intellectuals, and start planning for different electoral outcomes, particularly for the negative outcome of a Biden victory.
That is where “the rubber meets the road” and “movement” “leadership” is going to be put to the biggest test of their activist careers.
What I fear is that these folks really don’t believe their own rhetoric about how bad things can get, and that they will think that “business as usual” will suffice under a Left regime. What we need is real high-level discussion and serious contingency planning (you know, the kinds of things that should have been going on for the last four years). If The Occidental Observer, American Renaissance, and Counter-Currents, et al. really believe that they can just go back to running articles about “high trust northern hunter gatherers” or “high Chinese IQ” or “Savitri Devi in the Kali Yuga” while the Left cracks down, then they are even worse than my worst criticisms of them.
It’s time for ice-cold analysis, hardcore political planning, defense in depth, and multiple contingency plans.
If these things are actually going on in private, behind the scenes (as they should be), then that’s good, and I look forward to seeing what is the outcome of that activity. If such is not going on, then I would urge that it needs to start right now, post-haste.
I am justifiably critical of Der Movement and the various leaders involved in it, but they are - for a number of reasons - the only game in town (in America). If they do not step up to the plate then the ballgame is over (forgive the baseball metaphor, but it seems appropriate).
Hey! Don’t question the Quota Queens –
OCTOBER 15, 2020 AT 6:38 PM
Speaking of fashion, I wonder what Richard ‘the clown’ Spencer is up to. Let’s take a look…
Oh my, Richard is defending Joe Biden against the corruption scandal. It’s all based on Richard’s “gut feeling” and he thinks the scandal will blow up in Trump’s face. Interesting. This is definitely not the case where Richard is defending a corrupt piece of shit purely to spite Trump, that would be ridiculous.
Oh look, another tweet by Richard saying MAGA is conservative Inc. and that Trump’s voter base is “slow”. I don’t know about that, it takes a certain type of special to vote for someone as slow as Joe Biden who is going to bring section 8 to every neighborhood and then accuse Trump voters of being “slow”.
Perhaps we should give Richard the benefit of the doubt and realize he has insights that us ‘little people’ don’t have. I mean, I’m just a working class grunt, there’s no way I can have the same vision as Richard Spencer because he has ‘special’ metrosexual powers.
I suppose that Biden-supporting Spencer would and should be excluded from any serious contingency planning by "leaders."
A wise statement:
Posted October 20, 2020 at 11:00 am | Permalink
You give the impression the ’60s and ’70s Left were tough guys when the opposite was the case, unless the acts of coward are taken for prowess. They were every high school and college class’s biggest douchebags and wankers, just as Antifa are today. In both cases they were coddled by the MSM and the police left frozen with a jelly donut in their mouths. The Left advanced, not against conservative America, but into a safe space created for it by the government itself, as it does today.
In fact, the proof is that any person or group who opposes Antifa or BLM in the streets is accused of “domestic terrorism,” making Antifa and BLM the most protected groups in the country. This is official DOJ/FBI and Republican Party policy, not that of the Democrats. As the author says, the FBI is today little more than an excrescence of the ADL and SPLC, not by choice, but through the sheer cowardice of its leaders in the sense that, impossible as it seems, if there are any worse high school douchebags than the wankers on the Left, it’d be the likes of Wray, Comey, McCabe, Strzk, McCarthy, and McConnell.
The real victory of the Left isn’t their takeover of the streets, but their psychological ownership of the Republican opposition, from the White House to the cowards in Congress, who’ll be found sneaking out the back door as their own daughters are being raped upstairs. The incomprehensible cowardice and collapse of leadership from the Republicans is biblical-grade, like the prophesy in Camp of the Saints.
See this. Long time (very long time) readers of my work know that I haven't always "seen eye-to-eye" with Bowery on everything. That said, I have never doubted his sincerity or intellect, and he has always been an interesting generator of thought-provoking ideas (whether one agrees or not). So, I encourage the reader to take a look at the videos. From a purely STEM perspective, the one about dolphins is interesting.