Friday, July 29, 2016

The DNC + SM Review-Preview 52

Anger, frustration and disaffected feelings at the DNC were exhibited by mostly whites who could afford the trip to support their socialist candidate, Bernie Sanders. The minorities will come out and pull the lever for Clinton as any Democrat. The hard core prog vote will as well. The fear is losing a few % nationwide of blue-working class whites that supported Bernie in strategic states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Florida. The DNC may have looked in disarray, but part of this is the bubble of politically tuned whites. This smoothed out by the final two days.

Joe Biden would have been the perfect "boil the white frog' candidate for the Democrats. He just did not have the power base that Clinton did and Bernie would've split the anti-Clinton vote with him. Biden took one for the team really for his son Hunter. Hunter, corrupt crony already, will need establishment support for a future in the party as a straight white male in a party that may soon make that illegal for its candidates. The rest of the speakers were meh. Obama should be the ultimate disillusionment tool for pro-democracy people. If they cannot see the fraud with Obama 2016 versus Obama 2008, then they are deluded on a cult level.

There was something especially creepy about the DNC. Hispanics. Not Hispanics as a group, but how the DNC used them. It was basically wombs, lawbreaking and an awkward old white prog speaking middling high school español. W actually spoke decent Spanish, but he would not do that at a convention. The Hispandering was off the charts. Wrapping this all up into one idea, the DNC was gloating about their importation of third worlders into America to occupy space, have little niños, and provide the ruling class (awkward old white progs) with power.

That is the high-low. That is as transparent as it gets. It means their work is almost done if not done so already. There is a strong possibility white progs will either dwindle in numbers or look on in horror in four or eight years when the DNC is speaking in Spanish with awkward phrasing in English. With the stream of black hoodlums' moms speaking as proper victims for the victim party, the future might just be Democrats are blacks, sex freaks, Muslims, Spanish La Raza types, and their WASP-Jew handlers.

There was one vibe I could not shake reading reviews of the nights' events. The DNC 2016 echoed the RNC of 2004. Pro-intervention, neocon approved, pro-big business, pro-opportunity, Hispanic outreach emphasized, pro-empire, and the idea of being stodgy humorless bastards all make the comparison work. There are distinct differences, but it was a vibe I couldn't shake. Maybe that re-alignment continues to the point where the Christian cucks switch to the DNC, and the DNC goes pro-life? Nah, that can't happen, right?

These are just a few possibilies because you could pitch me anything for a decade from now, and I would listen and give it a fair hearing.


Last week's essay was on the problem that globalists face as their system offers people no meaning. This allows for self-radicalization via loose tribe based movements due to a desperate yearning for some meaning. Weimerica Weekly covered PokemonGo. Some people were surprised I was slightly positive about the game, but most of these PokemonGo weird stories have a bittersweet nature to them. People, sadly, need a game to get them to interact but at least they are interacting and breaking their routines.

This week I will cover this Trump-Russia thing but from a completely different angle. I do not think Trump is a Russian Manchurian Candidate. That is just the latest dumb idea as the media attempts to slap a label of "bad" on him. There could be something much deeper at work and using our worldview framework, makes more sense. Weimerica Weekly should be an interview with someone discussing the odd version of fame we see around us. I am trying to edit and fix the audio on the interview so it might be bumped another week, but we will see. Have a great weekend.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

WW1 - Remnants In Italy

Not all ruins are buildings. A last little memory of alpine warfare, an Italian cannon still stands on Cresta Croce, a 3,000-meter-high Adamello ridge. 

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Social Matter Weimerica Weekly - Pokemon Go

This week's Weimerica Weekly is up. It covers the Pokémon Go fad. This is a shorter episode that covers what the game is, who is playing it and how it is drawing safe spacers and basement dwellers out into reality. This is very Weimerican to rely on a game to make people perform normal actions with their environment, but here we are. There are sad things, too. This is the broken down circus that is our culture.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Progressive Approved Colonialism

In the progressive world, colonialism is bad. It is only ever European colonialism that is discussed and considered the most wretched form of cultural warfare on the planet. Forget Arab, Mongol, Chinese, etc. colonial expansion. Colonialism is blamed for Africa's decolonization ills. Colonialism is even used as a comparison for gentrification. Colonialism is wicked.

Except for progressive implemented colonialism. While the American southwest is undergoing an occupation, there is a much more overt form of colonialism in the West. Immigration policies that settle thousands or millions of supposed refugees are an active representation of colonialism. Consider the definition: political control of an area, occupying it with settlers and exploiting the area economically. This is a progressive definition, but it applies. The most disgusting example of how our modern day immigration policies have turned into full throttle colonialism is in Sweden.

A tiny Swedish island with a population of 137 souls will house a 2,000 person migrant centre with modular housing. This is as blatant as one can get. After assuming power and destroying the republics of the West, the progressives changed the post-war immigration policies. The political victors occupied our governments and have steadily occupied territory with third world settlers beholden to the regime. These settlers vote for the regime's inner party, which then can divvy up the economic goods and steer economic policy to push more of GDP towards its cronies and patrons.

Sending 2,000 migrants to an island of 137 is nothing but flooding an area with an alien culture and population. Something tells me the institutional, architectural and medical wonders that old colonialism brought to the third world will not spring forth from the third world migrants settled the island. If lucky, the Swedish government or Saudi royal family will kick money to the island to build a mosque.

This is colonialism. This is progressive approved. This is meant to ensure their power. The regime thinks they can manage it. Decolonization resulted in the deaths of millions. Let us hope this new colonization process does not result in more.

Monday, July 25, 2016

DNC Leaks & Corruption

The DNC Leaks have been a fun media event to watch unfold. If not for Breitbart's attention and the NY Post, very few mainstream people would even know about them. The media being the public relations team for the Democrats is nothing new to us, but it might be new to the uninitiated who still think "if not Fox news, it's neutral". Mother Jones writers asked if there was anything newsworthy, playing the damage down. There is a new reveal: pay-to-play corruption.

Chuck Ross's report details how the Democrats kept a lineup of donors that would be linked to placing spots on boards and commissions. This is simple donate and you get a spot somewhere. The donors on the list vary in amount given, industry and all other traits. Their only common feature is being Clinton donors, not a single Sanders donors. The positions are not listed explicitly except for a mention of the USPS, but there is an email explaining how NEA might be too "prestigious" but there are commissions and spots galore.

Henry Sumner Maine's publication Popular Government cited the wire pullers. These were the men who could split power, round up the votes, fan the flames + agitate for voting, and their services or the power they could grant would be sold. These men, and nowadays women, are constantly seeking new voters, new issues and new conflicts to inflame. The gain is theirs, and they care not what social and civil conflict they may begin if it only gives them more power and financial reward.

These positions are sinecures as a spot on the "President's Commission on the Celebration of Women in American History" does not seem like work. This explains the government's expansion: more spots to fill with cronies. Unless the most naïve individual, this leak only confirms our corruption. This is an older game, and one where the worst examples affect policy. In 1992, it should have raised alarms that the head of Bill Clinton's Wall Street fundraising drive, Ken Brody, left Goldman Sachs' management committee to become head of the Ex-IM bank and transform it into an aggressive tool. Brody was under Robert Rubin at Goldman at the time, who also went on to be economic consiglieri for Clinton and orchestrate the silent bankers' coup.

This is important to note for quid pro quo because the American media loves to point out Chinese, Russian, Eastern European and Third World corruption. America just formalizes it in the form of campaign contributions and electoral support. We are no different. Academia, the media and the bureaucracy run our system, but legitimacy relies on selling it. Our system relies on the vote for legitimacy (public mandate), and therefore winning that vote is the most important public face. It only makes sense that our river of corruption run in the direction of campaign management.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Social Matter - Meaning, Globalism and Death

This week's essay is up at Social Matter. It is on the system the progs have created allowing for disaffected elements to seek meaning through negative outlets to their tribe's struggle. Nationalism and Globalism will continue to duel. One thing I wrote on in December and strongly recommend you consider with regards to Islam is that their jihad is the struggle for the caliphate so while a clash of civilizations between Islam and the West, it's not Islam vs. Christianity. It is Islam vs. the Cathedral/Regime. The regime will have its hands full as more jihads (struggles) collect within its domain.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Trump's Speech and SM Preview 51

Trump's speech was a cross between what you find on Radix, on Social Matter, at Heartiste's place and at Steve Sailer's blog. There was some pandering, but it read like a mix-up of all of those sources. This was a repudiation of not just W's GOP, but the last forty years of the GOP. In between the lines, you can see the real reason why the media is freaking out: this is junking the empire as it stands now. The regime needs and wants that empire to stand. External is connected to internal.

Thiel teed Trump up by specifically citing that instead of Mars we went to fight in the middle east. Thiel spoke of rebuilding America. A great comment was how Thiel said everywhere in the past was high tech in America, and he makes a great point that points to technological stagnation. We have advances now, but where is the average level of tech in the distributed economy? America had many sources of manufacturing and scientific research and development in the past. Now we have Silicon Valley as the flashy focal point.

The media has been painting Trump a racist to scare aware whites who give a shit and blacks who maybe bump the GOP line up to 15% instead of 5%. The media has also been calling Trump a loose cannon who will start wars when his policy points in contrast to everyone else is one of pacifism. Strong, yes, secure, sure, but not seeking the fight. No more nation building. No more regime change. Build back home... change the regime back home. This is a man seeking the presidency who wants to dial back the USG empire.
Trump's speech in contrast to Ted Cruz's antics reveals the split in the Beltway versus the ground floor in America. The disconnect is revealed by one man planning for four years out thinking it will go back to 2004, and one man knowing four years out is going to be a different world.

Where does this go? We will see. Win or lose, nothing will be the same again. This might be the most telling point.

We didn't see this big a collective freakoutin the media after 9/11.
— Fred Oathill(@Oathill80) July 22, 2016


I had nothing at Social Matter last week as I had a vacation with family. Of course the world decided to continue to unravel with terror attacks, cop killings and coups. This week I will tackle how some of those things tie together, and next week's Weimerica Weekly is either on the PokemonGo phenomenon or a conversation I had with a pop culture reaction/altright writer. We will see.