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Friday, November 27, 2015

The Parable of the Good Cuckservatan

A man was going down from Jerusalem to Damascus, when he was attacked by robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead.

A Democrat happened to be going down the same road, and when she saw the man, she passed by on the other side, telling herself that it was the federal government's job to do something about it. She felt really bad about it, though, and she tweeted a photo of the man she'd taken along with a sad face emoji and the hashtag #justawful.

So too, a Republican, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side, figuring that this was just the sort of thing for which he paid his taxes. They were too high anyway, but he felt good that in at least this one case, they would be paying for something worthwhile. The sight of the man reminded him that he'd been intending to sell his shares in Adeptus Health, so he logged into E-Trade and made a 12 percent profit.

But a Cuckservatan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on the robbers who had fallen so low as to be reduced to making a living by robbery. He went to the robbers and invited them to move into an empty house in his neighborhood, then took up a collection demanding money from his neighbors so that the robbers could bring their wives, and children, and parents, and cousins to join them and live in their nice suburban neighborhood.

When his neighbors complained that their homes were being burgled, their lawns were being trashed, their daughters were being raped, their sons were being beaten, and their taxes were being raised without their consent, the Cuckservatan told them that they were racists, and shrieking, bigoted cowards, and they could just leave the neighborhood if they didn't like it.

Which of these three do you think will be the first against the wall when the revolution comes?

What happened to the man? Nobody knows. Nobody cares. What is the point in actually helping those in need when there is virtue to be signaled at the expense of your neighbors?

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104 Comments:

Anonymous Lukas Brunnor November 27, 2015 11:49 AM  

Hopefully we can find walls big enough to accommodate all three.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 11:52 AM  

Cuckservatan, heh, had to get that into auto correct

This parable is, I hope, a teaser for the forthcoming book.

Blogger bub November 27, 2015 11:54 AM  

Build the wall.

Build it and we will come.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 11:56 AM  

This parable is, I hope, a teaser for the forthcoming book.

It is in there, yes.

Blogger David-093 November 27, 2015 11:58 AM  

You didn't think Trump was building the wall just to keep out the Mexicans, did you?

Anonymous damntull November 27, 2015 11:58 AM  

Best short story ever.

Blogger Gapeseed November 27, 2015 12:00 PM  

There ought to be a strict separation of Church and State. After all, isn't that what Democrat hero (maybe until very recently) Thomas Jefferson wanted?

I think it is becoming clear that the Left uses the Bible in Alinsky-ite fashion to craft policy increasing the size and scope of government, when the Bible was written solely as individual instruction on how to serve God in the day-to-day. After all, we are to "render unto Ceasar what is Ceasar's, and God what is God's". Generosity should be measured in our own individual sacrifice and not that of the people to the Temple. Indeed, the measure of giving was not measured by Jesus collectively, but by Him individually.

Let the cuck harbor the refugee in his own house if he wants. After all, he is taking the risk and loving individually. But when the cuck seeks to spread the risk around through government policy, he is showboating and preening in the manner of Pharisee, and far from Jesus.

Anonymous A Visitor November 27, 2015 12:01 PM  

"What is the point in actually helping those in need when there is virtue to be signaled at the expense of your neighbors?"

This is what these fools who advocate bringing over the "refugees" do not get (there are some who are genuinely dumb enough to believe they're good people). Wait until their wives and daughters are raped, the call to prayer from the minarets, etc. They'll insist it's cultural differences. Some people should just not be allowed to vote.

Blogger praetorian November 27, 2015 12:02 PM  

I laughed. I cried.

But mainly I oiled my guns and muttered.

Blogger FP November 27, 2015 12:05 PM  

An amusing legal debate from the Volokoh Conspiracy (sad that they went in with WaPo):

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/11/25/can-states-bar-syrian-refugees/

Strict Scrutiny says its bad bad bad to discriminate. Sanctuary cities? A-okay.

Blogger Daniel November 27, 2015 12:05 PM  

But see, I am supposed to love my neighbor as myself, and I positively hate myself. It is this inescapable white privilege.

Either way my neighbors are screwed.

Blogger ScuzzaMan November 27, 2015 12:06 PM  

I do hope the donkey is fine ...

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 12:09 PM  

So too, a Republican, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side, figuring that this was just the sort of thing for which he paid his taxes. They were too high anyway, but he felt good that in at least this one case, they would be paying for something worthwhile. The sight of the man reminded him that he'd been intending to sell his shares in Adeptus Health, so he logged into E-Trade and made a 12 percent profit.

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

Now, if it wasn't for a good, rock solid on gun control, finances, and so on set of Republicans in my state, I probably would have renounced my decades old alignment with the party, but for now it's the eGOP (cucksurvatives all, by definition) that earns my ire, not the entire party at a whole (although the ultimate cure almost certainly entails them being replaced by another party, with them dying or replacing the Democrats as the Party of the State, and I'm 100% behind either).

So at minimum I find it difficult to not take the above passage as a personal slur, although I suppose if you want to help push people like me to create a 3rd party or the like it might be helpful. But it doesn't work for me, then again I'm an outlier like our host, another 3SD plus "white" male from the Midwest, without quite as interesting an ancestry.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 12:11 PM  

Hey, judge not. I mean,

Mat 7:1 "Judge not, that you be not judged.
Mat 7:2 For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and the measure you give will be the measure you get.

YOU wouldn't want to be judged just for raping a few dozen pre-teens, right?

Right?

Blogger Christopher November 27, 2015 12:17 PM  

Anonymous Conservatve just called them 'Old Establishment Cucks.' Should we diagnose/pathologize them as having OEC.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 12:23 PM  

Old McCuckold had a farm
I-S-I-S-'o
And on his farm he had a Muz
I-S-I-S-'o
With a chimp-out here
And a chimp-out there
Here a boom, there a boom
Everywhere a boom boom
Old McCuckold had a farm
I-S-I-S-'o

Blogger Josh November 27, 2015 12:26 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

We don't care

Blogger Sheila4g November 27, 2015 12:28 PM  

Well done, Sir. As I've learned from reading here, that's the sort of rhetoric that hits home. It indicates the forthcoming book will be even more useful than SJWAL, and I cannot wait to read it and gift it.

Blogger Rantor November 27, 2015 12:31 PM  

@ThatWouldBeTelling. Don't go all snowflake on us. The mainstream GOP is all for immigration, tech visas and cheap Mexican labor. They don't care about there fellow man, even at election time. I am a Conservative, registered Republican for primaries and the occasional conservative candidate.

Blogger FALPhil November 27, 2015 12:31 PM  

@13 This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

Good lord, man! You are putting your hope on a rotten foundation. The GOP is not your friend.

- They have appointed & approved Supreme Court Justices that have abrogated you constitutional rights.

- They have taxed and spent in collusion with the other party to put the next 12 generations of your family in debt.

- They promote and engage in military adventurism to keep the profits high for defense contractors.

- They have had the means to block the leftist/collectivist agenda at the national level, and they have not used it.

- They have turned civilian police forces into paramilitary organizations with very little oversight.

- They compromise with the other party, even when they don't have to.

They are every bit as bad as Democrats, just in different ways.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 12:34 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

The Republican Party isn't going to save you. It is actively working against you.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 12:40 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

Offensiveness calibration: checked and confirmed at desired level.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 12:43 PM  

What did that last cuckservative to hold the Oval office say?

That's right: "You are either with us or against us"

Anonymous 334 November 27, 2015 12:44 PM  

@6.

Second that.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 12:46 PM  

Offensiveness calibration: checked and confirmed at desired level.

You know the rhetoric is good when it stings.

Blogger Lukas Brunnor November 27, 2015 12:49 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

Concern troll is concerned. Feels that the term "all republicans" is problematic.

The train is fine.

Anonymous jdgalt November 27, 2015 12:49 PM  

While the cuck seems to deserve to go up against the wall, the answer really depends on who gets to lead the revolution. And on the strength of your story, I'd say the thieves are in the best position to be able to lead it. Time is also on their side because they will increase their numbers faster than any of their opponents (in all three possible ways -- breeding, bringing in more of theirs from outside the country, and persuading the other factions' children to defect to their side).

Be afraid -- and buy guns.

Blogger Skylark Thibedeau November 27, 2015 12:53 PM  

The Trained Pachyderm is fine

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 1:02 PM  

What? My house is on fire? Oh I'm not worried about the rest of the house; this room isn't on fire; in fact this room is fine.

Anonymous LBFTaylor November 27, 2015 1:04 PM  

Don't just buy guns - buy plenty of ammunition as well...

Blogger Christopher Yost November 27, 2015 1:05 PM  

Okay, I looked and only found uses that assumed the reader knew:

What is the "cuck"?

Another adjective for SJW?

Blogger Carl Philipp November 27, 2015 1:07 PM  

A "cuckservative" pretends to be a conservative, but sits back in the corner and impotently watches as the liberals ravish his beloved America.

Anonymous Philipp November 27, 2015 1:11 PM  

A great parable for our troubled times.

Blogger Josh November 27, 2015 1:11 PM  

in fact this room is fine.

Would that be the same room the train is in?

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 1:13 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

The Republican Party isn't going to save you. It is actively working against you.


You seem to have missed the:

although the ultimate cure almost certainly entails [the GOP] being replaced by another party, with them dying or replacing the Democrats as the Party of the State, and I'm 100% behind either

That is, "GOPe delenda est", and as well as my mentioning how my state's Republicans are not (so) actively working against me . Maybe Missouri is a special snowflake (more details on request), but we also have a fiscally tight Democrat governor who's been proactively laying off state workers to keep the budget sane. Too bad about Ferguson, and, oh, his vetoing voter ID, but that's pretty snowflakish nowadays.

I also wonder if a bit of nuance is called for, between the GOPe and the party base, who hears loud and clear how the former despises them. I'm sorry if I failed to make clear that my point is that I'm not sure this is the best approach to help sever the GOP base from the establishment, something about which "we should care". Maybe it is; dialectic works better on me than rhetoric, so you're not primarily talking to me in the first place.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 1:17 PM  

Would that be the same room the train is in?

If the train is fine, yes.

Blogger Student in Blue November 27, 2015 1:17 PM  

@That Would Be Telling
I also wonder if a bit of nuance is called for, between the GOPe and the party base, who hears loud and clear how the former despises them.

There's a ton of deluded Cucks amongst the party base too, however. They cling faithlike to the establishment figures, thinking that *this time will be different*. They're not part of the establishment by any means, but they certainly are subserviant to them.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 1:19 PM  

I also wonder if a bit of nuance is called for, between the GOPe and the party base, who hears loud and clear how the former despises them.

Stop embarrassing yourself. Nuance is for dialectic. Rhetoric is a blunt instrument.

Blogger Student in Blue November 27, 2015 1:20 PM  

@Carl Philipp
A "cuckservative" pretends to be a conservative, but sits back in the corner and impotently watches as the liberals ravish his beloved America.

You forgot the part where the cuckservative sometimes plays an active role in said cuckolding to show 'what a good guy he is'.

Kind of like a guy in an "open" relationship actively scouting out guys to bang his "wife", to show how "open-minded" and good he is.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 1:21 PM  

We have a saying, se koira älähtää, johon kalikka kalahtaa = The dog that yelps is the one that the stick hit.

Trust the insult to find its correct target.

Blogger Student in Blue November 27, 2015 1:23 PM  

@VD
Stop embarrassing yourself. Nuance is for dialectic. Rhetoric is a blunt instrument.

So when Heartiste shivs something... is that dialectic, rhetoric, or just hatefacts?

OpenID paworldandtimes November 27, 2015 1:27 PM  

se koira älähtää, johon kalikka kalahtaa

A lot of people don't know about the Great Alphabet Swap, when Poland sent it's vowels to Finland in exchange for consonants. That's why Polish language has proper and common nouns such as:

Wzwod, wrzeszcz, chrzaszcz brmi w trzcinie, Grzegorz Brzeczyszczykiewicz, and zdzblo.

(No diacritical marks on this keyboard).

PA

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 1:31 PM  

Interesting. Turns out you do have the same phrase, in the form "The guilty dog barks first"

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 1:32 PM  

This slur of all "Republicans" strikes me as potentially unproductive.

Concern troll is concerned. Feels that the term "all republicans" is problematic.


Forgive my lack of clarity, I was wondering if slurring the Republican base might be "problematic". See my previous response, I don't know myself, except at minimum that we want to make their allegiance to the label Republican weaker.

If we're sure reform inside the party, of the split-off style (vs. the work your way to top of the greased pole if you're not already a billionaire ("That trick never works!")), is impossible, sure, sever those bonds. Although I seem to recall there's a post Whig->Republican historical model of 3rd parties getting successful enough that one of the main parties co-opts them; I should review that, especially since all of the cases I can think of off-hand were a move to the left.

It's not clear any of those gambits are practical nowadays before the shooting starts: a lot of things have made it easier to disrupt or co-op groups (see the Tea Party), campaign finance "reforms" and the like have created a legal minefield that the establishment gleefully uses to crush grassroots efforts, and there's a lot of roadblocks in creating a new nationally competitive party. And the Democrats at the national level are moving so far left the "vote for the lessor evil" argument is still strong, as I witnessed yesterday during my extended family's festivities.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 1:38 PM  

So when Heartiste shivs something... is that dialectic, rhetoric, or just hatefacts?

Depends, did he use a pen knife or a 24" Bowie?

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 1:40 PM  

I also wonder if a bit of nuance is called for, between the GOPe and the party base, who hears loud and clear how the former despises them.

Stop embarrassing yourself. Nuance is for dialectic. Rhetoric is a blunt instrument.


Nope, "nuance" in this example of rhetoric is using your blunt instrument on those who might be swayed by it. Thumping more than the minimum unavoidable of those who are already there doesn't do the cause or them any good, just makes them think you are an indiscriminate and therefore dangerous would-be ally.

Blogger TheRedSkull November 27, 2015 1:42 PM  

From the fact that they took his shoes, we may assume these were innocent youths on a polar bear hunt.

The man was given substandard care in a state hospital and lived the remainder of his foreshortened life with neurological, musculosceletal and psychological damage, as a net welfare collector.

Blogger Carl Philipp November 27, 2015 1:45 PM  

@38 Student In Blue
You forgot the part where the cuckservative sometimes plays an active role in said cuckolding to show 'what a good guy he is'.

Kind of like a guy in an "open" relationship actively scouting out guys to bang his "wife", to show how "open-minded" and good he is.


I also left out the part where he goes out of his way to make sure his wife is ravaged by men of a different race.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 1:48 PM  

Thumping more than the minimum unavoidable of those who are already there doesn't do the cause or them any good, just makes them think you are an indiscriminate and therefore dangerous would-be ally.

Or it makes them even more anxious to get on your side so they can be a thumpee next time instead of a thumped.

You just can't judge rhetoric by the kind of consciously logical analysis you want to. It doesn't work that way. People don't work that way.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 1:53 PM  

Wait, this parable thread wasn't meant to point out that Missouri republicans aren't like those other republicans. Weeeeeeell doggeeeee.

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 1:59 PM  

Thumping more than the minimum unavoidable of those who are already there doesn't do the cause or them any good, just makes them think you are an indiscriminate and therefore dangerous would-be ally.

Or it makes them even more anxious to get on your side so they can be a thumpee next time instead of a thumped.

You just can't judge rhetoric by the kind of consciously logical analysis you want to. It doesn't work that way. People don't work that way.


Maybe this is in part a regional thing. Jacksonian Americans, the ones I'm most familiar with, don't take well to insult, we're rather ornery. If you thump us, our instinct is to thump you right back. Anxiety only comes into play if our response to your original thumping is insufficient.

OpenID elijahrhodes November 27, 2015 2:12 PM  

That Would Be Telling is providing a textbook example of the absolute uselessness of the moderate.

Blogger Curtis November 27, 2015 2:12 PM  

Remember when everyone voted dumbocrats? Well, here we are. Remember when everyone voted repukocrats? Well, here are we. Dumb-asses.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 2:16 PM  

His room on the train is fine.

Anonymous Boris November 27, 2015 2:16 PM  

Hate to ruin the white nationalist fairy tale, but there is no coming revolution. There's no pill for the impotency of a movement.

Anonymous DT November 27, 2015 2:18 PM  

A man was going down from Jerusalem to Damascus, when he was attacked by robbers.

"Robbers" is privileged cis white male patriarchy speak. These were disenfranchised racial minority youths...some of whom were not heteronormative...who had been oppressed by "the man" going down from the racist, sexist, colonial capital of greed and oppression.

So check your privilege!

Also: "a Republican" is NOT the preferred nomenclature. "A single person who is not necessarily representative of the behavior of any particular racial, cultural, or political group of persons" PLEASE.

Blogger Markku November 27, 2015 2:23 PM  

Hate to ruin the white nationalist fairy tale

I feel your pain.

Oh, wait, it was rhetoric. Oh, you Cicero, you.

Blogger TheRedSkull November 27, 2015 2:27 PM  

Where are the sources for this parable? I demand that the editor issue transcripts and CCTV footage or a retraction. More importantly, is the road fine?

Blogger ncartist November 27, 2015 2:31 PM  

Would that be the same room the train is in?
It is a Pullman.

Blogger Danby November 27, 2015 2:32 PM  

@50 That Would Be Telling
You just can't judge rhetoric by the kind of consciously logical analysis you want to. It doesn't work that way. People don't work that way.
Maybe this is in part a regional thing. Jacksonian Americans, the ones I'm most familiar with, don't take well to insult, we're rather ornery. If you thump us, our instinct is to thump you right back. Anxiety only comes into play if our response to your original thumping is insufficient.


Yeah, Mississippians are sooooo speshul.
Look, there's two kindsw of people in the GOP. Those who identify as Republicans and those who identify as Conservatives.
Those who identify as Republicans are lost anyway. Anyone who, at this point, believes in the GOP is already a hopeless partisan. We want to piss those people off.
Those who identify as Conservatives are often, but not always, amenable to conversion. We won't be able to draw them out, but we can fan the flames of the war in the GOP, leading either to a genuinely Conservative party, or the death of the GOP.
Either way we win. As far as I am concerned, the sooner the GOP dies, the better for America.

The White working class is literally the only thing anchoring America to reality at this point. So long as they are divided into GOP and Democrat camps, we'll stay on the same road.

Anonymous Natasha November 27, 2015 2:32 PM  

@54
Agreed darling. No revolution is coming. I think the slow withdrawal of widespread support for centralized state authority would be a better forecast. And there's no pill for recovering the legitimacy for an impotent government. Even egalitarian fairy tales have lost their allure.

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 2:35 PM  

If you thump us, our instinct is to thump you right back.

That's fine; at least then they're emotionally engaged and it might be possible to reach them.

Anonymous Rocket J. Squirrel November 27, 2015 2:39 PM  

The tree is fine, Bullwinkle, really the tree is fine. See? See? My tree is fine.

Blogger Sheila4g November 27, 2015 2:46 PM  

@45 "Nope, "nuance" in this example of rhetoric is using your blunt instrument on those who might be swayed by it. Thumping more than the minimum unavoidable of those who are already there doesn't do the cause or them any good, just makes them think you are an indiscriminate and therefore dangerous would-be ally."

It's just the awful tone here, that alienates potential allies. Just moderate and calibrate your words a little and you can appeal to all those natural cuckservatives. Besides, you don't want to lower yourself to left's level. Democrats are the real racists. If you just show people that you're welcoming, you'll get a much better response. Because discriminating, like judging, is wrong. What kind of Christian are you, anyway?

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 2:59 PM  

If you thump us, our instinct is to thump you right back.

Your internet tough-guy act is duly noted.

Blogger Tom K. November 27, 2015 3:02 PM  

The proper use of "The train is fine", in this context is " The train is fine but a man is dead."

"Yes, the Republicans are good on guns but they have betrayed the country."

To which the aspy replies, "The Republicans are good. The Republicans are good."

"But they have betrayed the country."

Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 3:13 PM  

If you thump us, our instinct is to thump you right back.

That's fine; at least then they're emotionally engaged and it might be possible to reach them.


But you've started this convoluted process by getting them shooting at their own side!. Which as I recall is for some inexplicable reason very high on the list of things to avoid! And speaking of aiming:

@63: "Nope, "nuance" in this example of rhetoric is using your blunt instrument on those who might be swayed by it. Thumping more than the minimum unavoidable of those who are already there doesn't do the cause or them any good, just makes them think you are an indiscriminate and therefore dangerous would-be ally."

It's just the awful tone here, that alienates potential allies. Just moderate and calibrate your words a little....


The nuance is not in the tone, it's in who you're shooting at!. Is this that difficult of a concept to understand???

Blogger Carl Philipp November 27, 2015 3:17 PM  

@54
Why do you support the rape of a thousand and a half children?

Blogger Groot November 27, 2015 3:21 PM  

Mitä sinulle kuuluu?

Blogger Bard November 27, 2015 3:23 PM  

Maybe change the cities from wherever scalzi lives going to baltimore? Either way, that was great.

Blogger bob k. mando November 27, 2015 3:25 PM  

the only problem i have is that the "racists, and shrieking, bigoted cowards, and they could just leave the neighborhood if they didn't like it" line is from Johnny Con ... who has never been a fauxservative of any stripe.


50. That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 1:59 PM
Anxiety only comes into play if our response to your original thumping is insufficient.



ah.

nevermind. your rhetoric appears to be making all the right people anxious.


Anonymous That Would Be Telling November 27, 2015 3:26 PM  

"Yes, the Republicans are good on guns but they have betrayed the country."

Let me note the former at the national level is not at all true. The only really big good things they've done is a measure that prevented the extinguishing of US gun culture in 1986, and more recently, preventing the application of the tobacco lawsuit model on gun industry companies, with the express purpose of bankrupting them instead of getting big and continuing payoffs (much smaller pockets). And I suppose it's not a small thing that you can carry a concealed handgun in a National Park (a bigger thing if you live in the D.C. area and commute on the GW Parkway ... which might be the major reason it happened).

In other words, 100% reactive. With very rare exceptions like former Senator Frist, none of them give a damn about the issue except how it can hurt them, and they're every ready to compromise, along with the NRA, on either the latest anti-gun fad or when they've gotten tired of resisting one. Which is not a winning approach, our massive wins have been almost entirely at the state level, with Republican state legislators as essential actors.

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 3:27 PM  

It's just the awful tone here, that alienates potential allies. Just moderate and calibrate your words a little and you can appeal to all those natural cuckservatives.

We're not interested in adopting the losing attitude of the conservatives/Republicans. Vox doesn't care who he appeals to. Neither do most of us.

Besides, you don't want to lower yourself to left's level.

Tactics are not goals.

Democrats are the real racists.

Who cares?

If you just show people that you're welcoming, you'll get a much better response.

Bwahahaha!

Because discriminating, like judging, is wrong.

No, it's not. It's one of the highest forms of good there is.

What kind of Christian are you, anyway?

You've never actually read the Bible, have you?

Anonymous Natasha November 27, 2015 3:28 PM  

@Boris

Hate to ruin the white nationalist fairy tale, but there is no coming revolution. There's no pill for the impotency of a movement.

Why are we so easily defeated by moose and squirrel?

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 3:28 PM  

Which is not a winning approach, our massive wins have been almost entirely at the state level, with Republican state legislators as essential actors.

The Republican Party is done. There's no use wasting time and money on it.

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 3:29 PM  

Hate to ruin the white nationalist fairy tale, but there is no coming revolution. There's no pill for the impotency of a movement.

When the shooting starts just stick your fingers in your ears and yell, "La! La! La!" It'll be like it's not happening.

Anonymous Chad November 27, 2015 3:35 PM  

@30

A cuckservative is distinct from an SJW. In the context of the parable an SJW would figure that the man probably deserved the beating he got, after all robbery isn't a natural instinct. The robbers would then be giving paid speeches as to why the robbery was in fact a just act.

The primary difference is a cuckservative could still be convinced of the superiority of Western civilization. The problem is that the questions 'why and how' are never contemplated. Civilization simply is. They don't realize that civilized society only exists when you keep the barbarians outside the gates.

The 'cuck' is that the culture that produced such great wealth and progress is being replaced by peoples and cultures that truly 'didn't build that'.

Anonymous Rocky November 27, 2015 3:40 PM  

As you must know, Natasha, you and Boris are the inept scheming villains always doomed to failure, while the moose and squirrel are the heroes. Still love your voice though, darling.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 3:43 PM  

Harsh, pretty sure Sheila4g was tongue in cheek.

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 3:48 PM  

Harsh, pretty sure Sheila4g was tongue in cheek.

Egg on my face. I might have to get my sarcasm meter checked again.

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 3:50 PM  

TWBT reminds me of a movie reviewer that goes on and on about an extra in a movie that was onscreen for five seconds. Completely misses the whole plot of the movie. Forest, trees.

Blogger Josh November 27, 2015 3:51 PM  

Why do you support the rape of a thousand and a half children?

Which half of the child is being raped?

Blogger Dave November 27, 2015 4:04 PM  

Half children are no laughing matter

Blogger Sheila4g November 27, 2015 4:10 PM  

@79 Harsh -
Sorry, I should have added the "sarc" addendum, but I figured I'd commented enough here people would know. If you were convinced I was serious, I'll take that as praise that my parody was on target (although that's hardly difficult anymore).

Blogger Cail Corishev November 27, 2015 4:12 PM  

But you've started this convoluted process by getting them shooting at their own side!.

A) They're shooting blanks, so who cares. B) If they're going to turn and start shooting at their own side because of one moment of butthurt, they weren't on our side in the first place. An ally who's only with you as long as you do everything his way is no ally at all.

We've seen it plenty of times here; this conversation might as well be cut-and-pasted. The whole point is that the people we're talking about would love a chance to shoot at us instead of shooting at the other side. Rhetoric like Vox's here only exposes what was already the case.

Anonymous Dude in a mood November 27, 2015 4:48 PM  

But it's even worse because Jews in Brooklyn are feeling unsafe.

Blogger Harsh November 27, 2015 5:04 PM  

Sorry, I should have added the "sarc" addendum, but I figured I'd commented enough here people would know.

It's all good. I got a good laugh out of it when Dave pointed out you were doing a parody. I definitely got hooked like a marlin.

Blogger VD November 27, 2015 5:17 PM  

But you've started this convoluted process by getting them shooting at their own side!. Which as I recall is for some inexplicable reason very high on the list of things to avoid!

They're not on our side. That's kind of the point. They claim to be on our side, but their actions indicate otherwise.

Anonymous Takin' a Look November 27, 2015 6:57 PM  

I think Shiela4G was taking the piss Harsh ;-)

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:08 PM  

@5 David-093

You didn't think Trump was building the wall just to keep out the Mexicans, did you?
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If Trump wins the presidency, I hope this is broadcast around the globe. Those thugs and the other three in the parable will go into a chain gang helping the Mexicans build the wall.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:11 PM  

@11 Daniel

Either way my neighbors are screwed.
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They'll be ok if you never, ever go outside again

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:14 PM  

@13 That Would Be Telling

So at minimum I find it difficult to not take the above passage as a personal slur
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You remind me of that dude that was so mean, he once shot a man for snoring.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:19 PM  

@30 Christopher Yost

What is the "cuck"?
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The Cuckservative is supposedly an enemy of the SJWs but they seem to use all their ammo on Conservatives, especially when Conservatives are winning.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:28 PM  

@46 TheRedSkull
From the fact that they took his shoes, we may assume these were innocent youths on a polar bear hunt.

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But nobody thought to look up and see that those shoes were a' danglin' from a telephone line for the next 15 years.

Blogger Were-Puppy November 27, 2015 8:32 PM  

@59 Danby

Yeah, Mississippians are sooooo speshul.
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I'm sure the Mississippians are not happy that you have culturally appropriated their entire identity and substituted them into Missouri's place.

*Falls into fainting couch*
*Farts*
*dies*

Blogger Sherwood family November 27, 2015 8:36 PM  

This is beautiful and so excellently sums up the attitude of so many moderates/cuckservatives when it comes to dealing with real problems.

Blogger rumpole5 November 27, 2015 8:56 PM  

@"Not helpful" The beaten man by the side of the road is the average American. The Cucks need to understand that we don't WANT to be "helpful". YOU LEFT US LYING ON THE ROAD! We HATE you, and we want you to eat dirt and die! That is why so many of us support Trump, because he drives Cucks crazy.

Blogger FP November 27, 2015 9:17 PM  

Telling, your own comments on the situation show why no quarter should be given. No voter ID means your future is in the hands of the newly imported voters.

You remind me of a local radio host turned state representative last year. He got into a twitter battle with Glen Beck about supporting the GOP, defending at least the local levels of the party. Then he went on to say he'd rather have Mitch McConnell as senate leader over Harry Reid, no matter what. He thought I was nuts for asking, "whats the difference?". Who is correct just a year later?

The most amusing part was him posting on a Facebook group for a gun rights rally here in Oregon this last summer, extolling people to not forget the "patriots who've fought against abortion for years now".

Blogger G-S. November 28, 2015 1:02 AM  

What a nonsense story.

Blogger Frank Rosato November 28, 2015 2:52 AM  

Voxxxx! Oh, man...I started laughing after the first line, seeing it coming...beautiful, just beautiful.

Blogger Darren Coughlan November 28, 2015 9:27 AM  

Lovely

Anonymous Godfrey November 28, 2015 1:34 PM  

Very good, but you forgot the part about the Cucks living in rich neighborhoods unaffected by their policies. I learned a long time ago that the cost of all the social engineering projects always... ALWAYS is put on backs the low and middle classes (e.g. 1970's forced busing).

A Cuck could only possibly see the body in the gutter if his limousine driver happened to lose his way and drive by on the wrong side of town.

Anonymous Inferior Infidels November 28, 2015 4:06 PM  

Awesome short story. I couldn't have summed it up any
better myself. Thank you for stating the obvious in such a
short, sweet fashion. Inferior Infidels are here....

Blogger Akulkis November 29, 2015 6:05 AM  

I vote also for changing the cities to American cities..
to nail the point home. Preferably one city in Texas, and the other in California... to ram home the Mexican immvasion meme.

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