Facebook.com: Celebrating my birthday in Manchester as news of the Manchester Arena bomb broke. The anger is monumental.
For what reason will this ever stop?
Theresa May says such attacks “will not break us”, but her own life is lived in a bullet-proof bubble, and she evidently does not need to identify any young people today in Manchester morgues. Also, “will not break us” means that the tragedy will not break her, or her policies on immigration. The young people of Manchester are already broken – thanks all the same, Theresa. Sadiq Khan says “London is united with Manchester”, but he does not condemn Islamic State – who have claimed responsibility for the bomb.
The Queen receives absurd praise for her ‘strong words’ against the attack, yet she does not cancel today’s garden party at Buckingham Palace – for which no criticism is allowed in the Britain of free press. Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an “extremist”. An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?
In modern Britain everyone seems petrified to officially say what we all say in private. Politicians tell us they are unafraid, but they are never the victims. How easy to be unafraid when one is protected from the line of fire. The people have no such protections.
23 May 2017.
After a lot of controversy, buildup, and a last minute legal case that forced the university to host the speech, Richard Spencer gave his talk at Auburn University in Alabama.
It’s a great talk, and there’s a lot of wonderful moments in it, but I still believe Spencer would be better off playing these events just a little differently, remembering it’s not just an ‘edgy’ talk for the converted in a lecture hall, but that his speech has a far wider potential audience through live broadcasts and recordings. Currently, I don’t think this is being adequately exploited.
While I value Spencer’s courage tremendously, agree with his message, and condemn to hell the cowardly attacks that have been made against him and his family, I still think there is a style risk of coming across as the arch villain from the Hellfire Club, especially to normies, those who are undecided or just getting into this. A sprinkle of that is ok, but too much, however much we ‘get it’ or like how it triggers the left, is going to switch a lot of other people off and remain a unnecessary wedge between concentric circles of the Right.
As the most famous and visible modern ambassador of the Right, I would like it if Spencer would do a little more of what he has done at his NPI conferences and in his interviews, that is, seek a more positive and dare I say, almost restrained delivery when doing these lectures, or at the very least focusing in on one topic.
Needless to say, this is nothing to do with what I feel about race, or about legitimate anger and emotion we have as white people which should be expressed, or about the essence of the Right which I don’t think we should dumb-down or pretend doesn’t exist, rather it’s about deciding which are the best energies to channel when communicating to and recruiting a wider audience of people.
Wishing readers a Happy Easter.
It does happen, that despite the gloomy forecasts, a bright ray of truth breaks through the dark artificial clouds of pathological bullshit:
Breitbart: In a rare interview, Red Bull boss and Austria’s richest man Dietrich Mateschitz has slammed mass migration and political correctness, warning they threaten to destroy Europe’s true cultural diversity.
Speaking to Kleine Zeitung, the Formula 1 investor called the decision of key politicians to open the borders — which resulted in Europe’s migration crisis — “unpardonable”, noting that “if a company were to make mistakes on the same scale, it would have gone broke”.
Highlighting the “hypocrisies” of what he called the “refugees welcome brigade” with regards to migration, Mateschitz said: “I am talking about the fact that none of the people shouting ‘refugees welcome’ or [Chancellor Angela Merkel’s famous phrase] ‘we can do it’ were preparing their own guest rooms or tents in their gardens to accommodate half a dozen migrants.
“Even then it was clear to everyone that most of the people [arriving in the continent] did not correspond to the definition of the refugee. In any case, not the Geneva Convention”.
In the interview, Mateschitz took a stand against the “destabilisation of Europe”, which he said threatens the “uniqueness of [the continent’s] diversity and individuality with its different cultures and languages”.
“I hope I’m not the only one who’s worried that one of the highest officials in Brussels said that countries which aren’t multicultural should be wiped off the map”, Mateschitz told the newspaper, possibly alluding to comments made by European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans in 2015.
“Any society, anywhere in the world, will be diverse in the future — that’s the future of the world,” Timmermans said, demanding that Eastern and Central EU nations undergo similar demographic transitions to Western Europe.
Of political correctness, Mateschitz said: “It seems that no one dares to tell the truth, even if everyone knows what the truth is.”
“The elites want citizens to be frightened, and easily manipulated,” he added.
The Red Bull founder said he sees numerous problems plaguing the European Union (EU), the architects of whom he fingered as belonging to a “so-called intellectual elite” with nothing to contribute to the continent.
“Policies which are steeped in political correctness have been imposed in the name of a self-proclaimed, so-called intellectual elite who have nothing to contribute to our country neither economically nor culturally despite their best intentions,” he said.
Mateschitz also poured scorn on how Russia has been framed as the EU’s nemesis by large parts of the media and Western liberal establishment, telling Kleine Zeitung: “I do not need anyone to tell me who my enemies are.”
Criticising attempts to destroy the former Soviet superpower through economic sanctions, the Formula 1 investor pointed out that “for Europe as a whole [this policy] results in losing billions of Euros”.
Challenged by the Austrian newspaper with the assertion that he too is an ‘elite’, Mateschitz hit back, describing himself as a “humanist” but “someone who basically opposes any dogma”.
Speaking about banning the Islamic veil, a talking point in Austria currently, the Red Bull boss said: “I can’t bring myself to think that this is really a matter of any importance … It’s silly to make a political issue out of something like this when there are far more pressing matters.”
So it looks as if Trump has caved in to Jewish and deep-state pressure in launching some limited attack on Syria over an alleged (but widely questioned) gas attack by Assad.
Needless to say, a lot of people on the Right are extremely angry with Trump and feel enormous betrayal. Trump has decided to pick up a totally corrupt and destructive neoconservative adventure, despite all his protestations about Syria and claims of America First before becoming president.
Personally, I don’t think he was being dishonest there at the time, But I do think Trump’s mind is fragile and erratic, and, as Richard Spencer says, there’s a good chance Trump is not fully in control of his own presidency.
Regrettably, it does at least appear strongly from a distance neoconservatives and deep state actors have taken command of Trump and are getting him to twist his professed policies 180 degrees towards their ones. And many neocons, who were staunch Trump haters are now applauding Trump’s attack on Syria.
Some of us may be even more cynical, saying ‘Trump was bait put out there by Jews”. I’m not persuaded by that narrative, and I would be extremely skeptical when you hear that line generally as it can come from Jews to sow mistrust among the Goy, although I suspect on the balance of things, Trump may be more committed to his own ego than to protecting the white race.
Yet another more mundane possibility is that the role of POTUS, particularly when it comes to foreign policy, may be much more boxed-in by long-standing state, and deep-state goals than anyone would like it to be. Accompanying that situation is immense pressure that’s actually extremely difficult to ‘just say no’ to, with presidents tending to get led by these circumstances rather than lead, resulting in symbolic presidencies, or at best as glorified managers.
There were also huge hopes by the left for Obama about ending wars, but Obama actually exacerbated some military operations, and went back on certain key election promises to vast disappointment.
To be completely fair, Trump appears to have tried to deliver in some key areas, but has spectacularly and quickly failed on this particular area of his policy platform, and a huge movement of people who supported him, and frankly helped get him into office – are extremely angry with Trump right now.
But let’s not forget, it’s those people who really matter, who really are the movement. Trump became a kind of locus for the Right, but it’s always been bigger than Trump himself.
Counter-Currents: One of the most common charges against White Nationalism is that it is an ideology of hatred toward other groups. My answer is: “Yes, but so what?” Yes, because hatred of other groups is definitely one factor in White Nationalism. So what, because hate does not disqualify White Nationalism, for two reasons: (1) ethnic hatred is a universal phenomenon in racially and culturally diverse societies, and (2) unlike the proponents of multiculturalism, White Nationalists actually offer a realistic path to reducing ethnic hatred and violence by reducing racial and cultural diversity…
Described on YouTube as “Editor of American Renaissance, Jared Taylor sits down with ABC News’ (((Amna Nawaz))) on “Uncomfortable” for a blunt discussion of race and racism in America.”
Every time this woman starts to get in over her head with the facts she demands to “move on” to another subject.
Actually there is a worse interview with Mr Taylor with a ridiculous wigger.
Great optics together with this young lady who runs this channel.
This is part of a really interesting series of videos MW presents from the Netherlands, exploring the decline there with visits to some pretty dangerous zones of intense diversity.
This particular video however is about the Women’s March in Amsterdam, an overwhelmingly white event, that gathers women, militant homosexuals, transsexuals, pro-immigration activists and Antifa-types into one seething concoction of drivel that stands for absolutely nothing apart from white pathology, or -edit-, depending on your point of view, whites collectively seeking approval by pandering to the ruinous ideas of (((others))).
MW describes the vulgar disorder of the left, how hopeless their marches are, how they just throw out the same collection of sentiments again and again, and how –despite claiming to be anti-establishment, their ideas are simply those sanctioned by the establishment.
The guy he is with describes how despite the Left’s efforts, minorities don’t give ‘a shit’ for this stuff.