Category: rule of law

Justice for Michael Douglas

Not the actor.

In response to this, I say: hey, Laura, given the dark stain in your past, why don’t you just shut your filthy mouth?  Instead of making excuses for the young man you killed, why don’t you come clean, after all these years, about it?  Were you driving drunk? Why no sobriety test?  Did you harbor a grudge against the victim?  Was it all really an accident?  Inquiring minds want to know.

Laura Bush is an enigma wrapped in another enigma. She is shy, beautiful, bookish, and in 1963, she blew through a stop sign and killed a guy. It was probably an accident. Perhaps it was simply youthful recklessness. Or maybe, just maybe… it was murder. Join Mrs. Bush for this intimate evening of reminiscences: of her childhood in Texas, of her marriage to George W. Bush, and of their rapid ascent to the very pinnacle of world power. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with the woman behind the Decider.

You know, there is no statute of limitations on murder.  Nothing stops authorities from reopening the Michael Douglas case to see if there is any evidence to put before a grand jury.  It can be done right now.  It should be done right now.  Why not?  If there is nothing wrong there, if there is nothing to hide, why not reopen the case and put all questions to rest?  Speaking of rest: Can Michael Douglas finally rest in peace?

Justice for Michael Douglas!

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Course Correction

A realization of utter failure?

Listen here.

Hey, Richard, at least read this.  Even if you disagree with its premises and conclusions 100%, at least by formulating why you think it is wrong it will assist in your course correction and redirection.

More fundamentally: any strategy and every event needs to be very, very carefully planned, with every contingency covered.

With all your talk of having “fun” at events, don’t you guys get it yet?  It’s war; it is not supposed to be “fun.”  If you want to have access to the public space, which you are being denied by FORCE, you need to use EQUAL OR SUPERIOR FORCE to take back your “right” to access that space.  If the opposition is “willing to go more far” in their actions than you or any other group, they win and you lose.

And, yes, it’s true, Antifa is being protected and enabled by the Establishment.  Now, who is in charge of Federal law enforcement in America?  Donald J. Trump and Jeff Sessions.  Think about that.  Think carefully: during the Obama administration, would Far Right groups have been allowed to openly (illegally wearing masks by the way) engage in domestic terrorism?  Would Far Right groups have been allowed to openly organize on campuses, armed and dangerous?  Would Far Right groups have been allowed to intimidate non-Whites moving into White neighborhoods?

Yet, Trump and Sessions allow Antifa to run wild in the streets, they allow Far Left armed groups to form on campuses, and they allow the Far Left to intimidate and attack Whites who “gentrify” non-White neighborhoods.

Who is the real enemy here?

So, I will agree with the excuse that it’s not really Alt Right vs. Antifa, it is Alt Right vs. Antifa + Establishment, with Trump and Sessions being on the side of Antifa (their unwillingness to perform their law enforcement role is functionally equivalent to complicity with the Far Left).

This is a tough nut to crack – the institutional racism against Whites, structural racism against European-Americans, the fact that Antifa is indirectly and implicitly supported by the entire American Establishment, including “fascist bigots” (sic) like Trump and Sessions.

At the very least, the Alt Right should have enough decency and self-respect to call a spade a spade and “call out” the ultra-leftist, White-hating Trump and his buffoonish, inept Attorney General for conspiring with the Far Left to deprive White Americans of their constitutional right of public assembly.  That would not, of course, solve the problem, but it would at least name the problem, recognize the problem, and you cannot solve any problem that you are unable to even recognize.

The God Emperor is functionally equivalent to Head Bolshevik and Mr. Magoo Howdy Doody is also complicit, through his utter and complete inaction, with the Far Left’s domestic terrorism.

While Spencer attempts to figure out what to do next, why doesn’t he at least mentally toughen up and admit the facts of the case?

In a real sense, following this line of argument to its logical conclusion, Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions are the de facto leaders of Antifa. If not them, then who? If they wanted, Trump and Sessions could solve all of Spencer’s problems overnight, and only by strictly following the letter of the law, simply by doing their jobs and fulfilling their minimal obligations. That’s not even being “pro-Nazi” – it’s simply them stopping putting their thumbs on the scale in favor of Antifa.  But they refuse to do so.  It’s doesn’t really matter why – it matters what.  And the reality of what is, as stated: Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions are the de facto leaders of Antifa

Two brief final points.

First, readers of this blog will question why I bother to give advice to Spencer and the Alt Right, since I have expressed my opposition to the Alt Right “movement.”

My answer is simple.  On a personal level, I’m a disinterested actor here. I don’t care about “movement personalities” as people, one way or the other; I have nothing invested in personal feuds (of which we know of several currently extant in Der Movement).  My interest is solely focused on ideas and actions and how these people influence ideas and actualize those idea through action. I have no personal ambition to be any Grand Poohbah or Fearless Leader in Der Movement; in any case, those roles are strictly apportioned through Der Movement Affirmative Action Program, from which I am barred. Thus, if any “movement” personality actually shapes up and starts doing well, then I’ll support them and more power to them.  If they screw up, if they promote maladaptive, destructive ideas, then I’ll criticize them. I give advice to be helpful, in the forlorn hope that someday one of these heroes will actually listen.

And my approach – judging people based on their ideas and actions – is better than the way they do things – which is to judge ideas and actions based on what they think of the people who espouse them.  For example, after the Johnson-Spencer feud became “hot,” mysteriously Johnson became a rabid ethnonationalist with an anti-Russian flavor, while Spencer’s previously tolerant attitude toward homosexuality suddenly vanished.  All a coincidence, I guess.

Second, I would suggest that those on the Far Right have long memories.  If and when the wheel turns, and the power shifts more in our direction, we should be as intolerant to the Left as they are to us.  No – more so, since we have Truth and Justice on our side.  Everything they do now should be returned with interest, returned a thousand-fold.

Addendum: Does being “selective” (something is better than nothing) contribute at least to some extent to what was a minor success?

Of course, that’s an order of magnitude less selectivity than is needed.

In Der News, 12/5/17

And the degeneration goes on.

Also see this. Remember when Rand Paul was thought to succeed Daddy Ron as the latest “movement man on white horse?”

Just remember who is in charge of law enforcement on the Federal level now – The God Emperor and America’s Senator.  Isn’t it interesting how anti-White law enforcement at the local level is increasing with impunity?

We know the answer to this, don’t we?

Trump is too busy doing other things.

…a typical dinner order for Trump consisted of “two Big Macs, two Fillet-O-Fish, and a chocolate malted” shake. Keep in mind the daily recommended calories for a sedentary, 71-year-old man like Trump is around 2,000 calories. Trump’s dinner alone comes out to a minimum of 2,672 calories, and that’s only if he orders a small shake…

…Staffers reportedly stocked Trump’s plane with lots of Oreo packages, because he “would not eat from a previously opened package.” The same doesn’t seem to be true for his other favorite treats: Vienna Fingers, potato chips (most likely his beloved Lay’s) and pretzels. Lewandowski and Bossie also describe Trump’s fondness for Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza (which he typically eats with a knife and fork) and Diet Coke ― a soda he once tweeted he’d “never seen a thin person” drink.

Is that relevant to White racial interests?  Yes.  An obese buffoon who eats like a pig and has no self-discipline about his own diet is unlikely to be the “man on white horse” that is “the last chance for White America” and the “Caesar who is going to help us demographically.”  

Between Trump sitting around stuffing his fat face, and Sessions standing around looking like a befuddled Howdy Doody dummy doll, there’s not much hope of anything significant getting done, law enforcement wise.

Gefilte Whitefish

In support of Spencer.

I supported Spencer in “Hailgate” (although, as I stated, there was I believe some lack of judgment on his part, just really not that big of a deal), and now I come out strongly in support of Spencer and his mother in their persecution from the Whitefish Bolsheviks.

Several points:

1. The SJW leftists here and elsewhere are not slowed down at all by Der Touchback’s election. No hesitation for them to just continue exactly as they have been before, despite the fact that in a month a new “racist” administration will be in power.  Of course they know, as does anyone not afflicted by Roissy’s homoerotic fixation on Donald Trump, that the vulgar buffoon will throw his supporters under the bus as quickly as he can (Chris and Rudy can explain it all to you, as mainstream examples of this).  No one expects Don and Jeff to overtly support the “far-Right,” but at least can we have the rule of law and an end to political persecution?  We’ll see what happens, but I’m real doubtful.

2. Anyone traveling to Whitefish should give Spencer’s mother some business.

3. While The Daily Stormer is not my cup of tea so to speak, I see nothing at all wrong with what they’ve been doing with this.  Anglin has broken no law that I am aware of, he’s been careful to urge his readers to follow the law, and the Bolsheviks deserve everything that’s coming to them.  How can you persecute the mother of someone you disagree with politically?

4. My understanding of the law (such as it is) tells me that what was done to Spencer’s mother is illegal, and borders on extortion – “sell you property (from which I’ll make a profit) or else I’ll do XYZ to you and ruin your business and your property value” – come on, that’s in writing (!!!) and clear-cut.  If that was done to anyone else, there’s a good chance the individual making those extortive threats would have been arrested.  As it is, there’s a good case for Mom Spencer to file a civil suit against Gersh and associates. I don’t know if Spencer reads this blog, but, hey, Richie, why don’t you contact (if you have not already done so) Kyle Bristow and his group and see at least if you can get some legal advice.  It’s not my place to tell Richard or Kyle what to do here, but it’s a legitimate idea.  Why not take advantage of whatever limited legal resources our side has?  After all, it can’t be that all of Montana’s founding stock population are a bunch of cucks, can it?  Some can be found for a jury who would find in favor of Sherry Spencer against the Levantine aliens, right?

5. For the most part, I endorse Spencer’s activist plans for 2017, as outlined here.

6. Andrew Joyce is an excellent writer, but he needs to explain his promotion of Jack Sen over at TOO.  What will Giacomo Vallone think?

7. After the dust settles, I hope Richard remembers who on the Right supported him during these tumultuous times, and who threw hum under the bus.

What If Hillary Is Not Indicted?

More chaos on the horizon?

The most obvious part is that the rule of law will have, for all intents and purposes, ended in the United States. Equal justice flew out the window. How does the public react to that? A good portion of it will roll over, but a certain percentage will not. Their reactions will be contingent on a number of things — whether Clinton is elected anyway (unlikely at this point, but possible), the steadfastness of opposition politicians and media, etc. 

But in the final analysis, a democracy cannot exist without the consent of the governed. For that percentage in opposition, consent will have broken down pretty much completely. Then what? Civil war? That’s perhaps a bit excessive, but civil wars can be of various types and evolve in different ways. All kinds of things could break down, which could result in anything from general disobedience to the law to mass tax refusal. Millions would no longer respect the system. 

Loretta Lynch, Obama, et al, are actually facing a giant tinderbox, whether they know it or not. This is not your average Yogi Berra fork in the road. People fixate these days on the Black Lives Matter movement or on “social justice” activism on campus that is dominated by self-described “progressives” appalled by “microagressions” and such like. But what if the American heartland rebels? Left-wing rebellion in our culture has always been dependent on the center holding; it’s a kind of play rebellion, college kids taking over a park while daddy pays their allowance. But suppose daddy started to rebel? That would be, as the saying goes, a whole other ball of wax.