Sunday, August 26, 2018

Not Dead Yet

Still around.

As what will no doubt be a disappointment to “movement” ”leaders,” the “crazy” and “bitter” Ted Sallis is not dead; the lack of recent activity here has been due to digital problems, stemming from the decaying infrastructure of Third World America.

Never forget: America is a dead country with no future.

And, no, voting for the likes of Trump is not “going to save us all.”  Even if Trump was really an “American Caesar who is going to save White demographics” the fact remains that a subsequent President could undo all that good; further, a significant change in the political representation in Congress could very well lead to a Trump impeachment.  Thus, even if a pro-White President was elected, but with the rest of the System in place, do you really believe anything racially useful could get done – and stay done?

No; instead, electoral politics are for three main purposes:

1. Propaganda, education, and recruitment, as well as a focal point around which to build infrastructures that could also be used for other, more fundamental, purposes.

2. Promoting chaos and balkanization – heightening the contradictions.

3. If any Far Rightists get elected, they can use whatever power and status they have to provide some support and “cover” for more “vanguardist” metapolitical activism.

Meanwhile, getting back to the main point of the post – I’ve been away, but I’ve still been around.  This enforced break has been useful to get away from “movement” stupidity for a while, and some reorientation hopefully can result, a “silver lining” so to speak.

One last note: Burn in hell, John McCain, rot in hell for all eternity.