Category: academia

Bunker Syndrome Redux

An example of leftist hypocrisy as well.

Some time ago, I wrote about “The Bunker Syndrome,” an affliction that characterizes many Whites of rightist inclinations. You have White folks with healthy instructs about race and culture, but they are unwilling to actually do anything productive about it.  Rather than attempting to actualize their beliefs in the real world, and engage in activism, they’ll just spout some “bigoted” remarks, or “act out” in public, accomplishing nothing except making themselves (and others who share their beliefs) look bad.

Let’s consider this situation.  Yes, a New York lawyer named “Aaron Schlossberg” raises questions as to his ancestry – or should we say (((ancestry))) – but that’s irrelevant to the main issues at hand.  Ignore that Levantine possibility for the time being, and let’s look at this through the paradigm prism of “a ‘White’ person making rightist, politically incorrect comments.”

Now, the persecution of Schlossberg is wrong, but his behavior is a perfect example of The Bunker Syndrome – lots of loud “acting out” of “bigoted” opinions but no actualization of his views in the real world.  Indeed, we read, emphasis added:

The website for Schlossberg says he is a lawyer with a focus on commercial and insurance law and notes that he speaks Spanish and some French, Mandarin Chinese and Hebrew, in addition to English. His law office advertises that it can take phone calls in four foreign languages, an irony that was not lost on many commentators on social media.

If Mr. Schlossberg feels so strongly about the sanctity of public English speaking, then perhaps his law office should only have accepted phone calls in that language?  More to the point, if he feels so strongly about immigration, illegal immigration, immigration enforcement, rightist politics, and cultural preservation, then, instead of public displays of Bunkerism, he could have used his legal training to help those on the Right, instead of practicing “commercial and insurance law” for a “vibrant” clientele.  Even if he didn’t want to help any “anti-Semitic Nazis” there are those on the Right who would welcome him – indeed, the Alt Wrong would much prefer a New York lawyer named “Aaron Schlossberg” over some greasy low-IQ Afrowop or some Romanian dancing the hora (long may it turn).  Then there is the whole Alt Light, the Paleocons, and the Donald Cuck administration.  There’s a wide range of opportunities for someone with legal training to help the Right, instead of acting like a jackass in a restaurant.

This is the problem with all the “Bunkers.” They’ll say this or that but not actually DO anything productive in the political or metapolitical sphere to advance their beliefs.  In fact, their “acting out” typically has the consequences (apart from harming themselves) of delegitimizing their beliefs and generating (undeserved) sympathy for the targets of their ire.  They are not even helping to promote racial balkanization, since their behavior is a dead end resulting in the aforementioned sympathy for their targets, and embarrassment for those who share their basic beliefs.  There is no real “heightening of the contradictions” here.  That Black guy who walked into a restaurant with a MAGA hat and got harassed actually did more to promote balkanization than did Schlossberg yelling about calling ICE on some Spanish speakers.

In comment threads in articles about Schlossberg, one sees the typical leftist mantra that spews forth when anyone with rightist sympathies is subjected to oppressive social pricing: “free speech has consequences” and “free speech protections of the First Amendment only refer to a lack of government persecution and have nothing to do with private consequences” etc.  These same leftist hypocrites (redundancy) were silent however when Fresno State claimed an inability to discipline NEC land whale Jarrar due to…drum roll please…free speech and the First Amendment.  And keep in mind Jarrar’s antics not only included the public comments about “amazing racist” Barbara Bush but also the incident with the ASU hotline number.  Consequences for any of that?  Absolute zero. Consequences for Schlossberg expressing his private opinion in a private setting?  Kicked out of his office and having elected officials submitting complaints for him to be disbarred.  

There are some on the Left who call those on the Far Right “hypocrites” on the free speech issue because, as they say, “if you guys were in charge, you wouldn’t allow free speech.”  Of course, leftists accusing others of hypocrisy is breathtaking….well, hypocrisy, as well as an insane level of projection.  But as to the “accusation?”  Fair enough…if I were in power, I wouldn’t allow free speech for the Left; they would be silenced just as they now silence the Right.  But it is not “hypocrisy” because a Sallis State would not pretend to be a “democracy” with a “First Amendment” and would not engage in dishonorable cant about “freedom” to justify interfering with the sovereignty of other nations. A Sallis State would also not cherry-pick law enforcement nor would it engage in cowardly techniques of social pricing (also applied in a cherry-picked, inconsistent manner) in order to evade the letter and spirit of the law.

The Left does not respect freedom of expression in the context of a “democracy” centered on a “Bill of Rights” (and Europe is even worse).  So, why should they expect the Far Right to respect freedom of expression in a national socialist authoritarian state?  Are they delusional or merely retarded?

In any case: if there are rightist lawyers (or other useful professionals) out there, please learn from the Schlossberg case.  We don’t need more Archie Bunkers.  The Bunkers didn’t save America from being transformed and destroyed.  We don’t need you spouting off in a restaurant, we need you in a courtroom (or wherever your skills can be best utilized) advocating for the Right.

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Griffin Reviews Hawley

A better book review.

Robert Griffin, who phone interviewed me a long time ago for one of his books, seems to me to be a good man and an honest academic.  I am pleased he has written a critical analysis of Hawley’s Alt Right book, a review that is perhaps more objective than the more positive reviews given by (ego-driven?) individuals interviewed by Hawley and featured in the book and who no doubt are positive about the publicity (good for panhandling drives, I guess).

As per Hawley, Griffin notes his obsession about “racism” and “supremacy” and, indeed, anyone who, like Hawley, would write the following is intellectually suspect:

Throughout this text, I use the term ‘white nationalist’ largely because that is the term used by many on the Alt-Right to describe themselves.  But I acknowledge the critique that white nationalism was a term invented to make white-supremacist views more palatable.

True enough, Hawley uses weasel words such as “I acknowledge the critique” without openly saying whether he agrees or disagrees with it (although his fulminations against “racism” is a possible clue here). The bottom line is that the “critique” in question is politically-motivated libel and slander, and is objectively false.  An honest academic would have pointed out the emptiness of the critique and the clear differences between nationalism and “supremacy,” but, as Griffin suggests, Hawley may have been more concerned about his upcoming tenure application as he is about White “racism” and “supremacy.”

I give Griffin’s review a 10 out of 10.

In Der News, 2/20/18

Der Movement, Der Movement, Der Movement marches on.

If Romney is a sociopath, what does that make Trump?  Cuckadoodledoo!

The Chinese threat. Emphasis added:

Wray pointed to China’s use of unconventional intelligence sources as an example of its reach.
He said “collectors” — what the intelligence community calls people who collect intelligence on behalf of agencies or governments — had infiltrated US universities.
“I think in this setting, I would just say that the use of nontraditional collectors — especially in the academic setting, whether it’s professors, scientists, students — we see in almost every field office that the FBI has around the country,” Wray said.
They’re exploiting the very open research-and-development environment that we have, which we all revere, but they’re taking advantage of it,” Wray said, adding that there was a “naiveté” among academics about the risks posed by foreign nationals at US universities.
The Institute of International Education found that US universities admitted more than 1 million international students in the 2015-16 school year, nearly 329,000 of which were Chinese students.

That’s all true, but the infiltration of Chinese – and in general Asian – interests is not restricted to academia, or business.  As I have repeatedly warned here, they are infiltrating the “movement” through several weak points – “chinks in the armor” so to speak – including HBD and, of course, the sexual weakness of beta male Type I activists for the East Asian women who are pimped off on them.  Indeed, over the past few years, there have been an increasing number of East Asian and Hapa females (of course, females) settling down in various “movement” precincts, as well as White males (not men) in the “movement” not even bothering to hide – nay, at times, even celebrating – their yellow fever.

And getting back to academia, don’t forget the cogelites at GNXP telling us we need ”hundreds of thousands” of “high-IQ” Asian immigrants per year.  After all, who’s going to do STEM and staff our universities?  Certainly not low-IQ White lulzers, hiding out in their parents’ basements, engaged in fervent onanism to Asian porn.  

Will Sessions do this?  But, no.  He’s too “busy” uselessly standing around looking like a dumbfounded Howdy Doody. Trump had other (non-quota queen) choices for Attorney General, people who, while they were politically inferior to Sessions, would have actually done something, and that something would have been whatever Trump wanted.  Instead, we get Howdy Doody time, except the ventriloquist is missing and the dummy just flops around lifelessly.

Overcoming the Plutocratic Insurgency

Far-Right economic revolution.

What he says about academia, tenure, and academic freedom is right on target, despite what anti-intellectual low-brow (and failed academics who pretend to be high-brow) Type I “activists” believe.  For example, how long would KMacD have lasted at CSULB if he didn’t have genuine tenure (genuine tenure being an increasingly rare characteristic)?

To the broader point, extreme pushback against the globalist plutocratic elites is coming, and the Far-Right needs to be on the correct side in this struggle – the side of the economic “left.”  I put “left” in scare quotes because the “socialism” in “national socialism” does not equate to Marxism, but refers to the subordination of economics to political and racial objectives, instead of the other way around, which is what the Rule of Money have brought us today.

Laissez-faire capitalism has to go, plutocracy and oligarchy have to go, the idea that the “Right” broadly defined has to side with “big business” has to go as well.  And all the Alt Wrongers, with their ”sweet business deals” and their vision of a Jewish/Asian-dominated globalist society that differs from our current situation only in that it lacks Negroes and Hispanics has to go as well.

The Revolution has to be comprehensive: economic as well as racial, cultural, social, etc. We need to take the lead, and not let the anti-White Left take leadership of the anti-plutocratic resistance by default.

We need to acknowledge realities (including AI/automation, which is coming) and make sure the People benefit, not the Plutocracy, we need to support the “citizen’s dividend” idea, social credit, a distributive economy, but one based on racial principles, for our own people.

And as for all the libertarians, the HBD Alt Wrongers, the suit-and-tie conservatives who think that ghetto gang bangers are the only problem – they themselves are part of the Problem, not part of the Solution.

Economic Justice has to be part of the program to save Race and Civilization. Of Red, White, and Black, the Red component cannot be forgotten.

Der Youth Will Save Us!

The omega race.

Read this.

So, a sample of White college students are such hysterical SJWs that ~2/3 of them would rather “hold their hands in near-freezing water” than have “(falsely) high scores of implicit racism” sent around in email.  This is the generation that’s going to save us from all the dastardly “boomers?”

That’s not to defend “boomers” – but are Millennials (and those younger) any better?  The Alt Right should probably stop their generational dog whistling and deal with reality, which is rather harsh.

Silk Road News: Of Frauds and Chus

Frauds and anti-White ideologues.

See this.  It’s not enough that Chinamen make cheap knock-offs of clothing and electronics, etc. – now they are doing so for scientific reagents.  Asians – the “human” photocopiers, and those copies are of poor fidelity indeed.

It’s Chu again. That’s not good enough.  She should be completely kicked out.  And Yale needs to put together a special commission – it can be called the Silk Road Commission – charged with investigated anti-White hatred from Asians.  Fertile ground for study indeed – a virtually limitless supply of study material.

Behold the Female, 2/25/17

Some truths indeed.

Two comments from a Yahoo article about some Balkanoid athlete being berated by his wife:

Babe Truth

5 minutes ago

Females all think they have the right to berate and control men who took them from nothing to the good life. These controlling females over value their real worth just because they have breasts and a #$%$ and think men must be their whopping posts. It is no wonder men leave these monsters for peace and quiet.

Bill

8 minutes ago

No matter how hot a woman might be…somewhere she is making some dudes life miserable.

By the way, “Babe Truth” is a hilarious moniker.  The actual Ruth was an extreme alpha male by the way.

Female sluttiness. The real sexual harassment is women prostituting themselves for promotions and pay raises.  The imaginary sexual harassment is men doing anything.  It’s all female hysterical projection.

And by the way, it doesn’t have to be all actual sex.  I’ve seen women, if they are attractive enough, get their promotions, etc. merely by flirting with older male bosses.  Now, this happens more in academia and biotech, where the older male bosses tend to be more “beta” and nerdish than in the business world where the more alpha bosses expect actual sex in exchange for the promotions and pay raises (yes, biotech can be business but let’s consider the smaller sale, more science-oriented ones here).  A few blouses with the top buttons left open, a few hair tosses and fake giggling, and watch those careers get turbo-boosted!