In der news.
Too bad this alternative history didn’t really occur. I realize that Yockey was not a fan of mass movements, but, still, I’m sure he would have done whatever was necessary to achieve his goals.
Super-duper missile. And here is Trump demonstrating it. Super-duper! Do we have a five year old as President? Well, maybe with respect to mental and behavioral age. Only a mendacious idiot would term the buffoonish clown Trump “a man of genuine greatness.” This is actually a serious matter, since Trump’s childish buffoonery and empty bluster taints the Right as a whole, and helps cement the narrative painted by the Left about everyone on the Right.
After all, we can’t stand in the way of Full Moon Ancestry’s “Bang East Europe” now, can we?
Two ripostes to Johnson:
Apostol Constant@calicantsarosReplying to @NewRightAmerica
Aside from that… If Europeans do not put up some kind of united front against the currently emerging Super-States, they will be swallowed up one by one, or relegated to remaining insignificant puppet-states. This is the end of the nation-state, and the start of a new era.
Elected EurocratFlag of European Union@Kibus9Replying to @NewRightAmerica
European peoples/nations coming together and cooperating in institutions for their common well-being is ‘nutty’ for you?
Yes, apparently, it is “nutty” to Johnson. You see, we can’t have “European peoples/nations coming together and cooperating in institutions for their common well-being” – instead we have to have British/Saxons using Hungary as a flop house, ethnic Danes using Eastern Europe as a bordello, and other Herrenvolk gallivanting around Europe with their noses in the air to the lowly wogs.
This is what to expect from a HBD-Nordicist site. Comment from that post (emphasis added):
May 16, 2020 at 9:49 am
Totally agree! And the sphere for this moral rebellion looks like it will soon massively expand as the US leadership has proclaimed its intent to use military force to inject us with vaccinations that will modify our genetic makeup. What could be more invasive? What more a transgression against individual liberty?
This is very interesting. Greg Johnson is clearly on the side of “covid-19 is a serious problem, lockdowns and other manifestations of government authority in this crisis are good.” Johnson is sharply critical of mainstream conservatives, Alt Liters, and low level Nutzis who take the “freedom and economy uber alles” flubro attitude. Very well. But it is interesting that Johnson stays silent when The Occidental Observer (TOO) engages in the same type of nonsense that Johnson critiques in others, including gibbering, scientifically illiterate, comments about vaccinations “modifying our genetic makeup.” This suggests to me more of Johnson playing “movement politics” – offending MacDonald is, I suppose, too high of a price for Greg Johnson to pay to demonstrate character and personal integrity (interestingly, the prominence of Andrew Joyce at TOO makes us wonder if perhaps the reverse is not true). Ramsey is an easy target and costs Johnson nothing to criticize; MacDonald is another matter entirely. “Movement” politics trumps doing the right thing.
I can be called “insane” and “indecent” but “the US leadership has proclaimed its intent to use military force to inject us with vaccinations that will modify our genetic makeup” is, no doubt, merely reflective of good old American common sense. MacDonald’s actual post making hair salon owner Shelly Luther into some sort of right-wing heroine – a modern-day Joan of Arc, I suppose – is just more good old American common sense. If Johnson really believes what his own covid 19-related tweets assert, then there should be no doubt whatsoever that he should view the covid 19-related material at TOO to be recklessly irresponsible, even dangerous. But…crickets. Well, I’ll say it – TOO’s “take” on covid-19 is recklessly irresponsible and potentially dangerous.
Also interesting that the commentator nitwits are not worried about “tracking devices” and “genetic modifiers” in their Adderall, Lipitor, metformin, blood pressure medications, etc. But, alas, the defective waddling hippos need all those medications to get through the day. It’s easy to sweatily gibber about vaccines, but when you don’t have the discipline to push away from the table and you don’t have the honesty to admit your children are just plain stupid, and not with “attention deficit disorder,” then you have no choice but to embrace “Big Pharma’s” maintenance medications.
And why is it that these freedom-fighting heroes and heroines need to pick measures taken during a health care crisis to take their “freedom” stand about, rather than, say, choosing racial integration or affirmative action? How about race replacement migration? Are pandemic lockdowns really the hill you want to die on? Well, you gotta hug dem mestizas running “eyelash salons” after all – ya don’t wanna get mixed up in any of dat dere raycism or anything! Just fight big gumminti! Nail dem dere Lutherian theses on the door of the Texas statehouse! Open the salons! No doubt tons (heh) of overweight Texan women need to go to the moustache salons to get their facial hair trimmed; we cannot deprive them of that!
This is how it goes:
System: We are going to build Section Eight housing in your lily-White suburban neighborhood and we will fill it with (subsidized with your tax money, of course) housing for criminal Coloreds.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: We are going to ship all sorts of Coloreds to your local schools, wrecking the education there, having your children physically terrorized by feral Colored children.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: If you sell your house (for which you will be castigated for “White flight”) you have to sell it to anyone, regardless of race. You have no choice whatsoever.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: You are going to be discriminated against in hiring by affirmative action as will your children, who will be first discriminated against in college admissions.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: Your children will be propagandized in school and by popular culture to hate their race and culture, and they will be encouraged to practice miscegenation.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: We will flood the nation with race replacement migration and give illegal aliens more rights and privileges than you.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: We will send your sons to war to die for Israel.
Flubro: Yes, master.
System: And, oh, by the way, there’s a deadly pandemic, so we are going to restrict movement and activity to mitigate disease and we are developing a vaccine.
Flubro: No, no, a thousand times, no! Totalitarianism! I value my freedom! Freedom (mimicking Mel Gibson in Braveheart)! Fight the power! The law is not the same as the right! Unacceptable! A globalist plot to track us with a genetic modifying vaccine! No, No!
May 16, 2020 at 8:53 am
This has Kevin McDonald’s name on it, but I don’t think it is his writing. Is this correct?
I thought the same thing when I read it. Forget about the fact that I disagree with it – the writing style and arguments are childishly juvenile, superficial, and reflective of a Millennial writing in his parent’s basement. But then I remember the mental rot inflicted by an adherence to HBD and Nordicism and it all fits.
May 16, 2020 at 10:52 am
In substance and style this short but powerful essay is very unusual for Kevin MacDonald. I would never guess he was the author.
I’m shocked – shocked I say! – that McCulloch supports (“powerful essay”) flubro-style polemics. Who would have thought it? Any comments, Johnson?
That is actually all very, very serious. One can make the argument that the lockdowns are too severe, but then you should present a reasonable alternative. Spreading disease to open “salons” without any reasonable mitigation is not a plan. Cherrypicking fights over freedom in the midst of a global health crisis is not a plan. Hosting posts and comments ridiculing the virus and making outrageous claims that would discourage vaccination is playing with people’s lives and gambling with public health. I suppose I was right all along when I’ve been saying that “social science” is an oxymoron. There’s no real science or academic rigor at TOO, just Fox News style rants, nonsense that can have real life – life and death – consequences. Opening up for the sake of “salons” can kill people. Convincing people not to get vaccinated can kill them. Is this what the Right wants to be associated with? And Johnson – King of Lockdown Support – says nothing. And these types have the nerve to label me as “indecent?”
Johnson (no longer viciously attacking Wallace and Wallace’s mental health) praises this. Very well. I’m in general agreement with Wallace’s sentiments. But, MacDonald and crew at TOO are taking the opposite view, a view I openly call out as recklessly irresponsible and potentially dangerous. Johnson, on the other hand, the brave critic of Ramsey and Carlson, and the heroic defamer of Sallis, is mysteriously silent when “movement” “rock stars” promote flubro-freedom-conspiracy paradigms. Who should you trust more – Sallis or Johnson?
By the way, are any of the “better people” who advised Johnson of the “indecency” of associating with Ted Sallis going to admit doing so publicly? When I criticize people I do so publicly here at this blog. But then, I’m not an effete blushing quota queen engaging in “movement” gossip in private conversations, quietly stabbing people in the back like a no account worm. Character is as character does.
Meanwhile, for cheap laughs, I tuned in briefly to the 5/16/20 Full Moon Ancestry (FMA) livestream. What a bunch of self-indulgent silly nonsense. And bizarre as well. Johnson doesn’t show his face, even though his image is plastered all over the Internet, including Wikipedia. What’s the point? The Borat-like Jeelvy with his porn star moustache seems like a Balkanoid caricature, while FMA projects a lack of masculinity and of personal force that makes one wonder what’s going on with those Eastern European women (green card hunting?). It’s interesting that Jeelvy, who has complained about “mate poaching” by Boomers, has no problem being associated with a Danish-American Roosh who apparently believes he has a Herrenvolk droit du seigneur right to Slavic and Baltic women. Mate poaching! No bueno! But then that is the sort of hypocritical inconsistency and lack of moral rigor we’ve come to expect from Counter-Currents.
I also listened briefly to the May 17 livestream. Johnson’s self-serving defense of Trump, completely ignored all of the things Trump could have done that he didn’t do (re: Antifa, birthright citizenship, tech censorship) and the things he has done – his DOJ persecuting his own supporters, pro-Negro criminal justice reform (and a Jack Johnson amnesty), as well as that rapper controversy with Sweden. All the base got from Trump is empty tweets, bluster, and no action. Trump is so pro-Israel that they named a settlement after him, never mind signing legislation to ban “anti-Semitism” on college campuses. Johnson’s fellow Quota Queen Hood cogently pointed out that “Trump is so weak he makes Jimmy Carter look like Alexander the Great.” There’s a reason for that. The two Gregs can get together to discuss that. Is Hood suitable to debate? He’s not “insane” or “indecent” now, is he?
I was also amused by Johnson stating that Biden might win. Might? I thought that Trump was “toast in 2020 no matter what?” No matter what! No chance of victory whatsoever. And, now, well, maybe Biden might win. Oh, so Johnson’s already completely forgotten his flat-out, 100% certainty, dogmatic previous statement?
You see, when you call out the Quota Queens on their nonsense, then you are “insane” and “indecent.” Isn’t that convenient? Being a Quota Queen means never having to defend your ideas and your statements from the “proles.”
The comments about whaling – horrendously stupid. The objection to whaling is not because “the water becomes red,” idiot. It’s not because people are “over-sensitive” to visual slaughter. It is because whales are highly intelligent animals, likely sentient, and killing whales in that sense is as bad, or worse, than Chinese killing and eating dogs. And so you know that whale hunting is not terrifying and painful to the whales? Have you had a heart-to-heart talk with Moby Dick about that recently? Having intelligent aquatic mammals chased through the water for their lives and then harpooned to death is just good clean fun for them, eh?
There may have been excuses for whaling in the past – ignorance about the nature of whales and a need for the oil that has no effective substitute. There is no such excuse today. Whaling is immoral; it is barbaric savagery. Perhaps not surprisingly, two-thirds of the HBDers’ planned Jeurasian contributory stocks currently pursue whaling. For the other shoe to drop, all we need now is to find out that it’s funded by Jews, to complete the trifecta. In all seriousness though, once again the Right, and the “movement’s” favorite ethnies (including Orientals), are on the wrong side of naturalistically moral arguments. Slaughter whales yet welcome criminal genocidal migrants. Sounds like a plan! Yes we can! High trust northern hunter gatherers!
We can see why these specimens avoid debates with people who have triple digit IQs and label them as “insane” and “indecent” to avoid it.
A good idea for Milady. Sometimes the old ways are best.