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Sunday, March 12, 2017

The importance of morale

And why I don't tolerate defeatism or defeatists. Last night's Darkstream was well-received. As I mention, morale is the primary difference in the fighting effectiveness between the Waffen SS and the Regio Esercito, between the US Marines and the French Army circa 1940.

Those who reliably work to lower the morale of our side rather than the morale of the enemy should not be tolerated, even if their pessimism and despair happen to be honest. Everyone is prone to moments of doubt, and sometimes doubt is merited, but it is both foolish and counterproductive to tolerate those who pride themselves in wallowing in the expectation of failure and defeat.

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Anonymous Avalanche March 12, 2017 11:20 AM  

Last night's Darkstream was fantastic and ... very morale-boosting!

It's so hard, some days, to NOT get dismayed by the grim news (Mexican child-rape: https://www.amren.com/commentary/2017/03/immigrant-crime-drives-rape-epidemic-ann-coulter/ ) and then buoyed up ('flag-stealing': https://www.infowars.com/internet-sleuths-sabotage-shia-labeoufs-latest-anti-trump-exhibit/ ).

It's reassuring to hear Vox's reports from and descriptions of hope for Europe, because it's hard to imagine such small countries, so packed with violence-prone foreigners and run by idiot-liberals! (And my impression is it's very hard for Euro's to get their hands on guns!) I fear for the art, science, and history (oh! the museums -- and those invading animals! God help us all!) of (my patriachal homeland) Europe -- and for the future when/if these invaders get their hands on Western instruments of "real" war. (Islamic councilors with their fingers on the nuclear button?! Or even just war ships! Ack!)

Thank you, Dark Lord, for the steadying hand.

Anonymous Rocklea March 12, 2017 11:22 AM  

It really got me thinking that darkstream, I know I've been guilty of black pilling in the past. Heavy material that really ways on you. Solutions help, Trump helped bigtime. Pauline Hansen in my country and Brexit in the UK. Celebrate our victories, and remind people of the wests accomplishments. Most woke people are well aware of our (the wests) failures already. A kick up the backside and a "snap out of it, we're winning" is good sometimes.

Anonymous Rocklea March 12, 2017 11:33 AM  

Projectile vomit in isle 7, clean up required

Blogger Lazarus March 12, 2017 11:39 AM  

I know, lets open the borders to people motivated by the same thinking from the 7th century. That will solve the problem.

Anonymous RabidRatel March 12, 2017 11:39 AM  

dc epstene wrote:Not to put too fine a point on it....But that's crazy.

Get a ticket to South Africa. Soweto will welcome you.

Greetings.

The #SorosShill redeployment department.

Anonymous #5454 March 12, 2017 11:41 AM  

Great Darkstream. The Left are indeed brittle and shallow in terms of morale ... and in many other areas.

Blogger Wayne March 12, 2017 11:41 AM  

Conservatives have a loosing mindset which I have observed in many of my friends. Trump has changed that for me because I never count him out in any situation. The entire narrative regarding the Russians and wire tapping was turned around will a single tweet. Trump has been so adept at learning the political game that I'm starting use the term God-Emperor.

Blogger 1337kestrel March 12, 2017 11:42 AM  

Here's a representative screen cap from the
Darkstream:
http://imgur.com/4Y0nll1

Blogger Rusty Fife March 12, 2017 11:46 AM  

A Black Panther, a La Razan, and a Mraxist enter a bar, sit down at a table and start throwing ice cubes at an American sitting at another table.

After 50years of them jeering and telling him they are going to throw him out of the bar and take his stuff, he says "so you wanna fight"?

They all start howling, "that's crazy"!

Blogger Lazarus March 12, 2017 11:46 AM  

1337kestrel wrote:Here's a representative screen cap from the

Darkstream:


Why do you show a picture of Lex Luthor?

Blogger Cederq March 12, 2017 11:47 AM  

VD, is there a problem with the sound level on your Darkstream cast? the last two and last nights were almost a silent film... Your older dark streams were okay. I even checked on two other machines and the problem.

Blogger pyrrhus March 12, 2017 11:47 AM  

VD--"it is both foolish and counterproductive to tolerate those who pride themselves in wallowing in the expectation of failure and defeat."

Just so! While we need to be realistic in our tactics and strategy, there is absolutely zero reason or purpose in pessimism of the will. The best and most courageous people in the West are on our side, and we will triumph.

Blogger praetorian March 12, 2017 11:47 AM  

Took me a long time to understand this: conservatism/reactionaryism has an inherently pessimistic undercurrent to it, especially in America, and it was always infuriating to deal with the pollyanish people around me while I saw disaster after disaster unfolding.

After Trump I recognized that even when the situation is dire, keeping morale up is bigly. The chans, TRS, The_Donald etc. demonstrated the importance of humor in this area.

High energy, a warm hello to winning and has anyone seen kyle?

Blogger Cederq March 12, 2017 11:48 AM  

...Were present on those also.

Anonymous Rocklea March 12, 2017 11:50 AM  

Wayne said:
"The entire narrative regarding the Russians and wire tapping was turned around will a single tweet."

It's all about the strong characters of the Trump administration. And if they fail, he has a hundred and forty more.

Blogger pyrrhus March 12, 2017 11:51 AM  

Sun Tzu warned 2500 years ago that it was dangerous to back your adversary into a place where there was no retreat possible, because his soldiers would then fight like tigers....Our enemies have made that mistake, and will pay the price.

Blogger Cederq March 12, 2017 11:52 AM  

praetorian, "Took me a long time to understand this: conservatism/reactionaryism has an inherently pessimistic undercurrent to it," Is the reason we strive for the good, but settle for the mediocre?

Blogger Lovekraft March 12, 2017 12:02 PM  

The distinct characteristic of a member of the alt-right is having gone through hardship, developed a strong resolve, and recognize there is a clear battle being waged.

People who smear Trump on the other hand, or mock the alt-right, fail to realize that they are the rabbits. Brought up with abundance and white guilt, they missed a crucial lesson.

Your masters aren't always right.

Blogger Jew613 March 12, 2017 12:18 PM  

If there's a will there's a way. That's what we always must remember if we want to succeed our determination must be greater then that of our enemies.

Anonymous Trump Democrat March 12, 2017 12:22 PM  

Trump is really good with generating strong morale and a lot of other things too.

Anonymous Looking Glass March 12, 2017 12:24 PM  

@14 & @18 A lot of it is basic cultural & religious assumptions and the easier "traps" those produce in the mind. Two I know specifically from Christian History are the Martyrdom drive and the "I forgive you" fallacy.

There are examples of both stretching back to the very early Church, and they happen because people grasp onto certain aspects of Christianity without constraining them. The "seeking Martyrdom" one is actually a form of Pride & Virtue Signaling. Seriously. It's the same desire just run through a "filter" of Christianity.

What we're dealing with on the Right is that those on the Right understand that Order trumps all other considerations. You don't get to replace God, but the upper cognitive understanding of reality does not change the natural human impulses to be better than others. So the pessimism comes from understanding part of the problem (but not the whole problem), which gets capitalized upon by others. But, even in the "we can't do anything!" approach, it's still fluffing the Pride of the person making the statement.

Lastly, it's always, ALWAYS, important to remember as a Christian: we're on the side that has Won. Our job is to see to it that it happens, but as the Lord has asked of us. God is supreme & the winner, and he has chosen us to win with him.

Anonymous LurkingPuppy March 12, 2017 12:25 PM  

Cederq wrote:praetorian, "Took me a long time to understand this: conservatism/reactionaryism has an inherently pessimistic undercurrent to it," Is the reason we strive for the good, but settle for the mediocre?
It's the ‘standing athwart history, shouting “Stop!”’ part. They assume Leftism is inevitable, if not right, and they act accordingly.

Meanwhile, the Alt-Right parked a truckload of steel across the tracks.

Blogger Unknown March 12, 2017 12:25 PM  

@17

The sleeper has awakened.

Blogger Skyler the Weird March 12, 2017 12:26 PM  

The founders recognized Human Nature and built the Constitution to protect the Republic from Tyrants acting according to their nature. The thought that the Constitution is a living breathing document that says what ever the 9th circuit says it does is the fallcy.

Blogger Sillon Bono March 12, 2017 12:41 PM  

Fuck doubt, and fuck pesimsm, no one won anything ever with these feelingz, we're winning and not only I'm not tired, I want moar I want it all.

Europe will have to be reconquered, realising this is not defeatism but the necessary reckoning to be able to win.

Blogger VD March 12, 2017 1:00 PM  

VD, is there a problem with the sound level on your Darkstream cast?

No, the volume is what it is. One cannot control the volume on an iPad Mini.

Blogger 1337kestrel March 12, 2017 1:06 PM  

"Meanwhile, the Alt-Right parked a truckload of steel across the tracks."

"The Alt-Right is a train running on the same track in the opposite direction."

"Kill everybody on the train." - the Alt-Right

Blogger Tom Kratman March 12, 2017 1:09 PM  

Caveat for you. The confidence that says, A. "We are going to win, even if we're not sure of every detail of the thing yet," is valuable, as is the addendum, "and even if we take some minor defeats along the way." It is also very different from the confidence that says, B. "We are already so great and wonderful and perfect, hence so certain to win, that there is no room for improvement and anyone who says there is is a defeatist/fascist/nazi/literally Hitler." That latter is of negative value. It is also largely the mindset of the left.

Forces in conflict tend to come to resemble each other. I _strongly_ suggest not emulating the left in this, because, see statement A, above.

Blogger Sheila4g March 12, 2017 1:10 PM  

There's a constant tension between recognizing and dealing, daily, with the brutal reality that MPAI, and then observing Trump's 4-D Chess moves and the power of the chans and their energy and enthusiasm. That's where the internet is so vital, for keeping morale high and letting others know there is resistance in various ways and places. I lack any technical know-how to comment on whether various theories about various "plans" to take down the internet are pure fantasy or not, but other than my spouse I have ONE local friend to whom I can speak totally freely about politics/Alt-Right, etc. Everywhere else I'm constrained, other than online. Knowing one is living in occupied territory makes the daily grind even harder, and not all of us can move however much we might wish to.

Blogger Cail Corishev March 12, 2017 1:15 PM  

Yes. Don't let the ankle-biters get away with, "You don't want to be an echo-chamber, do you?" Constructive criticism and reasonable doubts are one thing. Repeating every negative story and trying to find negative interpretations of good news is something else, and the difference isn't hard to see. We saw it on display last week, when one day the line was, "Sessions must be compromised, because he's not firing anyone," and the next day it was, "Sessions must be compromised, because he fired that one guy." That's not constructive or reasonable; that's just an attempt to drag us down.

There's a personality aspect of this too. Gammas lack confidence, so they hate to see confidence in others, and seek to replace that confidence with doubt. The issue at hand may not even matter to them; what matters is getting us to stop being so sure of ourselves.

Blogger Lazarus March 12, 2017 1:17 PM  

Sheila4g wrote:Knowing one is living in occupied territory makes the daily grind even harder, a

That is how you know it is a war, and not a debate. Cucks still think there is a debate going on.

Plus, resistance is NOT futile.

Blogger Tom Kratman March 12, 2017 1:19 PM  

And minor point: WRT the Waffen SS and the Marines, or the Regular Army, for that matter, it is a truism among military sorts that causes don't matter, that social cohesion is everything. That's a half truth and, like other half truths, totally misleading.

The predictable result of combat is loss, the losses being magnified by the degree of social cohesion. Something has to justify that loss in the minds of the living; otherwise their logical move is to keep a gun on their friends and forbid them to advance, that, or briskly lead them away from danger in defense. _That's_ where cause comes in; it provides a justification for the loss and a bit of an opiate against the pain of loss. Among other things, both Waffen SS and USMC had vast faith in their respective causes.

As for the Italian Army, it's not that simple. Oddly enough, their courage, as evidenced by the losses they willingly endured, in the Great War was as good as anyone's. And some units, and types of units, in WW II were also first rate. They had crappy doctrine, backed up by lack of industry and poorly designed weapons, in general, plus a largely corrupt and crappy officer corps. Of course most of them stank; but the basic Italian can still make a fine soldier.

Blogger rumpole5 March 12, 2017 1:26 PM  

Time to throw the naysayers overboard, burn the boats back, and continue the conquest!

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 1:27 PM  

@27:

There is also, "Even if they win, we're going to make it hurt so bad that they'll wish they hadn't."

If your back is really up against the wall and you're facing an irresistible foe, fight like rabid tigers. No free victories. Make them pay for it. Leave them with a crippling case of PTSD when they even think about going up against those who come up to the front line after you.

Blogger VD March 12, 2017 1:32 PM  

There's a personality aspect of this too. Gammas lack confidence, so they hate to see confidence in others, and seek to replace that confidence with doubt. The issue at hand may not even matter to them; what matters is getting us to stop being so sure of ourselves.

Yes, it is becoming increasingly apparent that gammas are far more trouble than they're worth. Even when they can contribute effectively, you're always at risk of them imploding over some trivial perceived slight and turning actively against the organization or individuals within it.

I've seen it over a dozen times in the last few years. And it's the same song-and-dance every single time.

Anonymous Sam thre Man March 12, 2017 1:42 PM  

I would add one thing I see this time that is different: Traditional Americans have their backs against the wall, to lose to the left this time means an effective one party national state, as is the case in so many cities and states in the union right now.

Further this is no middle ground possible now, you have to chose one or the other. It is the left which has dictated this, not the right. They will not allow for any compromise. The left offers something akin to radical Marxist theory, with a profound hatred of the traditional western values. They seek to supplant G-D, to make the state the final decider of both morality and perceived reality. Normal folks realize this and have to join the opposition side. I have seen this where I work, where slowly the actions of the left since Nov 8th and forced a lot of folks to go pro Trump.

What they left does not understand is how coiled like a spring the right is. They have no idea how much their distain is reciprocated. I hear folks say that if it comes to it, the left has to be crushed. These are not right wing guys, but regular folks who just see how wacky the left has become.

Trump and the right is going to win, simply because there is not other viable alternative. If the left comes around, good for them they can enjoy the prosperity. If not they can look forward to emigration, followed by evacuation, up to the sort the Germans practiced in WWII if required to save civilization. It chills me to think that, but the left has gone full evil and cannot be allowed to succeed. I also hate to say it, but reform through conservative-lite Judaism has picked the wrong side, some of the most stupid crap I hear from anyone. So much brainpower with absolutely no wisdom.

Anonymous WeAreTheWest March 12, 2017 1:47 PM  

I casually mentioned Based Stickman to millenial (non-SJW type) friends at work. They hadn't heard, but thought it was awesome and brought the subject back up multiple times. Pewdiepie came up too.

Here's the kicker--neither are white. MORALE. MATTERS. People WANT to believe. We have to give them something to believe in.

Anonymous Stickwick March 12, 2017 2:24 PM  

2 Timothy 1:7: "...for God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control."

"You have power over your mind -- not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength." -- Marcus Aurelius

Blogger tuberman March 12, 2017 2:33 PM  

That was simply a great Darkstream, underlining a critical principle.

Blogger Tom K. March 12, 2017 2:35 PM  

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Blogger praetorian March 12, 2017 2:39 PM  

Is the reason we strive for the good, but settle for the mediocre?

Perhaps. The undercurrent of reasonableness to the conservative mind, a desire for organic cooperation, is inherently at a disadvantage when confronted with the maniacal manichaeism of the left. They feed on their own defeats as, well, as zealots. (Look up the etymology of that word.)

I don't think we, us conservatives, settle. We just get beat.

And this is why a high energy and fascistic movement, for all the problems associated with it, is necessary to secure what we temperamental conservatives wish to conserve.

Anonymous Yann March 12, 2017 2:53 PM  

Morale by itself is useless without pragmatism. Positive thinking doesn't heal cancer, chemotherapy does.

US is doomed by demographics, so either they undo the immigration, which means sending away MILLIONS of people, either they split the country.

Not a single policy announced by Trump will change demographics, and there is where the problem lies, and this problem and how to solve it is the debate that should be on the table in US. It's not about defeatism, it's about realism.

It was Napoleon, the greatest strategist ever, who said: a retreat on time is a victory. Maybe it's better for American to have a smaller split country, but still to have a country that can call their own.

Blogger DeploraBard March 12, 2017 2:56 PM  

Stickwick,
Both are very appropriate.

Blogger DeploraBard March 12, 2017 2:56 PM  

Stickwick,
Both are very appropriate.

Blogger Tom K. March 12, 2017 3:09 PM  

Pessimism is Easy. Optimism is Hard.

In his groundbreaking studies of optimism and pessimism, psychologist Martin Seligman discovered that pessimists aka realists, tending to be more right in their assessments of situations and people and in projecting outcomes. But, he pointed out, they are right simply because they look at how things are going and assume they will continue in the same direction and any efforts to change them will be insufficient and fail.

In other words they realize change is hard.

Pessimists tend to be right only because "a body in motion will remain in motion, A body at rest, at rest, UNLESS acted upon by an unbalancing force. To obtain a desired outcome this force must be greater than the force of inertia moving (or holding in place) the object AND adequate to redirect it in toward the desired outcome and not simply knock it off course. THAT takes a lot of focused energy, intelligence, and planning. And most times dumb luck.

People preaching pessimism, even the good-intentioned ones, not only greatly fear failure and the Humiliation that comes with it, they also mistake seeing the obvious dangers ahead with prescience or true insight. By sharing it FIRST they hope to be acknowledged as a wise and prudent. Instead all they do is suck energy from the room and increase the chances of failure. At which time they can claim, if only to themselves, "See! I told you so!

Blogger Owen March 12, 2017 3:10 PM  

You may be glad to know VD that you were a source of inspiration during the campaign and election. It was mighty lonely here in San Francisco, and because of you I pulled my wife up from despair a few times. She tends to overthink things. Keeping a positive attitude helps immensely!

Blogger Jack Ward March 12, 2017 3:14 PM  

#25 Have had the same level problem. My solution was to use my, very nice, powered Bose headset. The high end model where, if there is no audio coming in and you turn it on everything goes quiet. It has a level control on the headset and does a nice job of letting you hear the Dark Lord.

Anonymous Marvin Boggs March 12, 2017 3:18 PM  

VD: what audio interface are you using to connect your mic to the iPad? The one I use to connect my mic to my MacBook allows me to adjust the volume before it gets to the computer. Or perhaps you might consider using a laptop. I use Audacity (freeware) on my MacBook and I can adjust the volume after the recording session.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 12, 2017 3:18 PM  

@28 Shiela4g
Knowing one is living in occupied territory makes the daily grind even harder,

We are all in occupied territory, this just means we are perpetual subversives opposed to the powers of this world.

Anonymous Marvin Boggs March 12, 2017 3:24 PM  

Stickwick: 2 Tim. 1:7 is a great verse. Thanks for posting it. Very apt.

Anonymous Coal Fired Brisket March 12, 2017 3:30 PM  

Short morale boost.

The alt right group I'm part of had their first conference 2 weeks ago and we had more members in attendance then most Republican clubs do that have been around for forever. We are working on meaningful projects and we even have members planning to run for office, secretly of course.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 12, 2017 3:35 PM  

Morale or rallying for joy or contentment is everything.

I understand or have empathy for a time of suffering or times of a sense of giving up, sometimes people need down time to recover or need to I guess go through those steps but that process must be wrapped up, re-programmed with better thinking and the bad issues or drama can be, if one chooses, exiled from ones mind

But we are or I have out of time to be unhappy, grieved, this matter of defeatism and despair doesn't work and never did. When I accepted my own death accepting the passings on of my family was lifted and its easy; heaven.

When I changed my life or God and others turned me around and told me the truth on a host of issues, I got back up again after all sorts of throw downs and simple made all those issues footnotes and footstools to my life. It is not, not caring or saying frick that, its just a understanding or a reality that I have major choices to improve my life, be kind, be encouraging, supportive (especially with the group here, like what Ivan endured in Denver, so unacceptable but he stood his ground that is what men and women must do but not in the feminism manner of some women just with quiet resolve and facts, stats, etc), remain loyal and prayerful to the right people.

Over the 20, 30 years its been sad but required to let toxic people go and its been freeing to accept the reality that as times I am toxic or ridiculous over certain issues so I go the Lord ask for his help and move on to change for the better or level up my thinking in terms of or in comparison of video games in their leveling/advancing the character structures.

It was sad to reject Charlie but his terms and conditions or priorities were not mine, I feel sad I was unkind but he was asking for the untenable. He is still mad or yelling at me over email. I did point him to Cernovich's talks, he didn't like that, I tried but ultimately he had to go. He mocked the 16 points as well, I tried there and I could not be around him so I am just ignoring the emails on sight, its fine. its ok.

Milo is a great example of a dear heart not giving up but continuing his life saving work.

Dad used to say this and somehow it made its way into a Jessie J song, something to the effect of, "when things rough and rain starts pouring I turn up the heat, hang in and let whomever talk, gonna ignore it, drama or the fray of distractions are not important." Dad heard heard and said, she ripped me off, its was comical.

On another a song came to mind over POTUS The Donald, J Trump (I will never get tired of typing out his name, I'm thrilled!!)::

Unconventional Weps; MCR's lyrics of Kiss the Ring, Trump is making his critics and those fired either kiss the ring or be fired.

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 3:39 PM  

"I don't think we, us conservatives, settle. We just get beat."

That tends to suggest that you're doing it wrong. A couple of things to try:

1) Have an actual political philosophy.
2) Fight for it.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 12, 2017 3:43 PM  

What is jarring and jolting during the last 25 years is the observations that our society (decline) in America is disarray but we were granted a great new POTUS. I am very hopeful we can turn around some of the Fall of Rome I observe and I could be wrong, just venting or decompressing.

I fight the adverse reactions to culture shock which I cannot change, like no phone, no cable tv, I know every normal home has such but to me it slows down productivity, annoys me, like a waste of money when I am teaching yoga, ballet, art and heading back to actuary work. It is alarmingly depressing to suffer through TV show or some dumb movie that insults my every value and that brings down my morale to a slight degree so I reject it.

Anonymous Jack Amok March 12, 2017 3:46 PM  

Pessimists tend to be right only because "a body in motion will remain in motion, A body at rest, at rest,...

Indeed, pessimists are right more often, but they're generally only right about the little things and wrong about the most important things.

Someone who points out a new start-up is likely doomed is right, but what matters isn't the dozen failed startups, it's the one huge success. It's not the pet.coms, but the Amazons that matter.

they also mistake seeing the obvious dangers ahead with prescience or true insight. By sharing it FIRST they hope to be acknowledged as a wise and prudent...

And excellent observation. Cheap status seeking.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 12, 2017 3:47 PM  

52 I like that.

A Fight with the power of the pen

B The calm spoke word and the letter of the law

C I have pointed to the law which I find absurd at times to explain why I believe HRC cannot be in power - ever -

Over the weekend my morale was I guess increased but I had some fear when I was talking with a one time reasonable person whom gone alt left, he wishes to punch out the POTUS to Alex Jones, etc., meanwhile I get to fund his retirement and medicare. We both speak the same language yet I cannot communicate with him.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 12, 2017 3:57 PM  

Let me clarify, my posts were too assertive, what I meant was some things I did to change my life I cannot assert those traits or tell others what to do or how to live

Blogger Johnny March 12, 2017 4:09 PM  

"And minor point: WRT the Waffen SS and the Marines, or the Regular Army, for that matter, it is a truism among military sorts that causes don't matter, that social cohesion is everything. That's a half truth and, like other half truths, totally misleading."

Most young men will share the attitudes of the culture they are in, but otherwise are apolitical. The cause of the day is of no interest to them.

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 4:22 PM  

"Most young men will share the attitudes of the culture they are in, but otherwise are apolitical. The cause of the day is of no interest to them."

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/58/5e/3a/585e3a8911bd25f018f0c9eec599e12f.jpg

Blogger Beau March 12, 2017 4:24 PM  

Watch over your heart with all diligence, For from it flow the springs of life. Proverbs 4:23

speaking to one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing and making music in your hearts to the Lord, Ephesians 5:19

When morale is at a low ebb, we who believe can immediately rekindle the flame by choosing to sing. When a crushed spirit decides to praise God in the darkness, the dungeon flames with light.

In the words of Charles Wesley:

Long my imprisoned spirit lay,
Fast bound in sin and nature’s night;
Thine eye diffused a quickening ray—
I woke, the dungeon flamed with light;
My chains fell off, my heart was free,
I rose, went forth, and followed Thee.
My chains fell off, my heart was free,
I rose, went forth, and followed Thee.


Or as the Imperials put it:

When you're up against a struggle that shatters all your dreams
And your hopes have been cruelly crushed by Satan's manifested schemes
And you feel the urge within you to submit to earthly fears
Don't let the faith you're standing in, seem to disappear

Praise the Lord, He can work through those who praise Him
Praise the Lord, for our God inhabits praise
Praise the Lord, for the chains that seems to bind you
Serve only to remind you that they drop powerless behind you
When you praise Him

Now Satan is a liar and he wants to make us think, that we are paupers
When he knows himself we're children of the King
So lift up the mighty shield of faith for the battle must be won
We know that Jesus Christ has risen so the work's already done


We who believe get replenished each week when we gather singing his praise. We wage war in the heavenlies in song. Are you far from God? He dwells within the praises of his people.

Anonymous Walter Oleg March 12, 2017 4:35 PM  

Speaking of morale, How about a Rotary Club where you get to club antifa?
https://watchfulness.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/how-about-a-rotary-club-where-you-get-to-club-antifa/

Blogger VD March 12, 2017 4:36 PM  

People preaching pessimism, even the good-intentioned ones, not only greatly fear failure and the Humiliation that comes with it, they also mistake seeing the obvious dangers ahead with prescience or true insight. By sharing it FIRST they hope to be acknowledged as a wise and prudent. Instead all they do is suck energy from the room and increase the chances of failure. At which time they can claim, if only to themselves, "See! I told you so!

Bingo. They want to set up psychological win-win situations where they can either be happy because they like the result or because they were right about not liking it.

Blogger dc.sunsets March 12, 2017 4:39 PM  

If you know your position is grounded in reality, then the key is confidence that in time your allies will be many.

I like my Socionomic viewpoint because it explains how we got here, why it seems to be taking too long to change trend, and asks me to cultivate patience, not fear.

I know what to wait for, and what to expect (in general.) The relative power (intertia) of the Leftist Theocracy is meaningless when you know how trend reversals work. The Right will be right. An idea whose time has come grows in each man's mind.

Anonymous EH March 12, 2017 4:42 PM  

Morale is essential. If you don't have morale, you might as well just give up.

Blogger Scott March 12, 2017 4:58 PM  

> Positive thinking doesn't heal cancer, chemotherapy does.

You probably have that backwards

Blogger Melampus the Seer March 12, 2017 5:07 PM  

I could not agree with this more. One of the things I learned in the Corps is that men who toil at preparations to kill the enemy have no mental space to dwell on defeat. They have an opportunistic mindset and are extremely dangerous. And the converse is true. If a man dwells on defeat, he is not working to kill the enemy, he's is not capable of siezing opportunity, and he is weak. Fuck that.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 12, 2017 5:08 PM  

What a helpful thread!

Even negative thinking in terms of pslam 1 or even psalm 103 or 73 is helpful.

While I was fairly upset to just inconsolable 2012 into 2016, I forgot how I used to view my panic and insomnia; as a gift to embrace and work through. So when problems arise or issues happen that blow my heart and mind apart for a while, I can take it and view it as a gift or a catalyst to greatness or a lesson.

Long path there.

Blogger Beau March 12, 2017 5:14 PM  

Positive thinking doesn't heal cancer, chemotherapy does.

Awakening after quadruple bypass surgery, I looked up across the room to butcher paper lyrics my wife posted:

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation!
O my soul, praise Him, for He is thy health and salvation!
All ye who hear, now to His temple draw near;
Praise Him in glad adoration.

Praise to the Lord, O let all that is in me adore Him!
All that hath life and breath, come now with praises before Him.
Let the Amen sound from His people again,
Gladly for aye we adore Him.


As my chest cavity was filled with fluid, I could only whistle, and then only a very few measures per breath. Soon, I could sing, and did. Sang for the other post-op cardiac patients. Exited the hospital in excellent spirits in three days. A far better outcome than languishing watching hospital TV.

This is my story, this is my song, praising my Savior all the day long.

Blogger Michael Maier March 12, 2017 5:26 PM  

Even though I'm a jerk and I am a pessimist, my go-to saying anymore is "It's just a problem. Let's fix it."

I have a knack for seeing what's being missed and that often leads others to say "you're just negative". It happens enough I'm sure it's at least partly my delivery.

So how do you positively contribute when you see big holes in someone else's plan? I'm sick of just provoking defensiveness.

Blogger Michael Maier March 12, 2017 5:27 PM  

@Beau: That wife have any sisters? :)

She sounds like the rarest of rubies.

Blogger SouthRon March 12, 2017 5:28 PM  

Just watched it. Great stuff. The time for black pilling is p̶a̶s̶t̶ never.

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 5:31 PM  

"So how do you positively contribute . . ."

Offer something positive. See how simple that is?

Blogger Were-Puppy March 12, 2017 5:33 PM  

@19 Jew613
If there's a will there's a way. That's what we always must remember if we want to succeed our determination must be greater then that of our enemies.
---

This is a big point. In a battle of wills, if you don't see yourself winning, then you won't.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable March 12, 2017 5:35 PM  

Tom Kratman wrote:Forces in conflict tend to come to resemble each other.

That is true and less of a danger here, because we're aware that our opponents always project, so we're constantly analyzing alleged similarities and differences.

Happy LP9 wrote:I fight the adverse reactions to culture shock which I cannot change, like no phone, no cable tv

Interesting. I was just pondering why I stopped watching Netflix when we're in a flowering of TV creativity, and it was sometime during my process of getting redpilled. So maybe I just can't tolerate bluepill media anymore. Anyway, enough navel-gazing.

Beau wrote:When morale is at a low ebb, we who believe can immediately rekindle the flame by choosing to sing. When a crushed spirit decides to praise God in the darkness, the dungeon flames with light.

It's so easy, it's like playing spiritual conflict on... Umm... You know. "God mode."

Blogger Beau March 12, 2017 5:39 PM  

I'm sick of just provoking defensiveness.

Try this. It's sort of a Ju-jitsu use of their momentum (if the stated objective is a positive outcome), "That's a great idea. I think we could even magnify the impact if we .. [proposed fix]. What do you think?"

Blogger Were-Puppy March 12, 2017 5:41 PM  

@35 Sam thre Man

What they left does not understand is how coiled like a spring the right is. They have no idea how much their distain is reciprocated. I hear folks say that if it comes to it, the left has to be crushed. These are not right wing guys, but regular folks who just see how wacky the left has become.
---

Many people have been noting this. I've even seen it in non political spiritual places where people feel that something is changing, something is happening.

What that something is? MAGA.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable March 12, 2017 5:46 PM  

Michael Maier wrote:So how do you positively contribute when you see big holes in someone else's plan? I'm sick of just provoking defensiveness.

Cultivate the attitude of online collaborators, that to suggest something is to volunteer for it. Then no one will get defensive, because you will just be telling them what you're going to do.

Blogger The Other Robot March 12, 2017 5:46 PM  

OT, but it's more believable that Wikipedia is a CIA front and Jimmy Wales is a pedophile than that The God Emperor Trump paid for Golden Showers!

Some weird shit about Finland and Wikipedia

Blogger Noah B The MacroAggressor March 12, 2017 5:52 PM  

@68 "So how do you positively contribute when you see big holes in someone else's plan? I'm sick of just provoking defensiveness."

I like the "fail faster" model. Not every plan is a good one. The best approach is to find flaws early on, fix them if they're fixable, or quickly abandon the project if they're not. Sometimes it makes sense to delay a project and wait for fundamental conditions to change, at which time the project may become feasible.

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 5:55 PM  

@Beau:

Right. Instead of saying, "That's stupid. An infantry charge will just get cut to ribbons," say, "Ya know, if you put your artillery up on that ridgeline and your snipers in those woods over there, you could rake their whole left flank with shot and pick of any that try to run. Then your infantry can advance into a decimated enemy in total disarray."

Of course that assumes that you actually have something positive to contribute.

@Were-Puppy: "What that something is? MAGA."

Make Greatness Great Again. The left has all too well done the job of making people think that it never really existed.

Blogger Beau March 12, 2017 6:03 PM  

Just out of joyous curiosity for the ilk and our host, what is one of your favorite hymns or spiritual songs?

Blogger maniacprovost March 12, 2017 6:05 PM  

"Cultivate the attitude of online collaborators, that to suggest something is to volunteer for it. Then no one will get defensive, because you will just be telling them what you're going to do."

If an idea is genuinely unworkable, there are dozens of ways to kill it. Pointing out the insurmountable flaws in the plan is not one of them. That will just encourage people to push harder. Not "try" harder, because typically those pushing are not the ones trying to do the work. The standard play is to make step 1 the gathering of data from a third party, and put someone unaccountable in charge of it. It'll never get done and the idiots in charge will move on / forget / distance themselves from the project.

If the plan does have massive flaws, you almost certainly will have to fix them yourself, unless you are a respected technical advisor, SME, or guru.

Blogger Were-Puppy March 12, 2017 6:07 PM  

Our side should be having fun with good cheer and morale.

We are winning after all.

This darkstream was on point as I had earlier watched an Alex Jones vid where he had Jesse James on. AJ was all fired up and concerned about minutia of what the globalists are doing. JJ goes in and says, "I thought this was going to be a victory lap. We won." It was hilarious.

Anonymous Ahmad ibn Fadhlan March 12, 2017 6:10 PM  

Vox, this was one of the most important pieces you've ever done. Union culture is weaker in the USA than in other places, but even cuckservatives might consider: the "11th commandment" came to the GOP from Ronald Reagan. Has any other right-wing American leader had a background as a union leader? Maybe that's why they don't understand solidarity.

@16 Yes. Never do this in tribal warfare, unless you must make an example and you're quite sure you can crush them out right now. At least, don't do it directly. You can keep talking about the evils of the enemy until removing them is how large portions of your population naturally feel. But if you don't make it clear that they must fight or die, you don't galvanize the other side's moderates (in fact, they start wanting to be nicer to you).

The Palestinians did the first thing well, and the second thing terribly. So Israeli politics has become much more right wing, with open talk of a one-state solution now coming from the Jews as well.

@27 @31 Col. Kratman on point as usual. One thing I've thought is that these mentalities are a byproduct of societies with open competition. If you grow up in autocracies where tribal loyalties are everything, the is no rule of law, and losing is catastrophic/ fatal, it's incredibly hard to develop this mindset. This may be one reason you find Middle Eastern and Asiatic peoples to be much more bi-polar and less steady when not winning. No wonder your armies are so scary.

@60 A Rotary Club that's more than a Rotary Club? Fethullah Gulen approves. And he beat the very template for the Deep State, but lost the peace to the rival on his own side (Erdogan).

@62: Excellent mindset D.C, properly between "rational but ungrounded" and "Insh'allah."

Anonymous The OASF March 12, 2017 6:15 PM  

The darkstream/periscope is awesome. Keep them coming!

Anonymous Ahmad ibn Fadhlan March 12, 2017 6:16 PM  

I should have said "multi-way tribal warfare in @83. In straightforward tribal warfare like the Balkans, you can dimply draw the battle lines and go. That is not how I read much of the West in 2017.

Anonymous kfg March 12, 2017 6:22 PM  

@Beau: "what is one of your favorite hymns or spiritual songs?"

Keep your haaaaand upon the throttle, and your eyyyye, upon the rail.

Only I do it with a Chuck Berry backbeat. I'm not much for uplifting music sung as if were some sort of dirge.

Blogger praetorian March 12, 2017 6:27 PM  

That tends to suggest that you're doing it wrong. A couple of things to try:

1) Have an actual political philosophy.
2) Fight for it.


3) Take our enemies strategies seriously, and both over come them and use them. Particularly #4, which is the crux of the matter with respect to noble-defeat conservatism.

Blogger Johnny March 12, 2017 7:08 PM  

praetorian wrote:That tends to suggest that you're doing it wrong. A couple of things to try:

1) Have an actual political philosophy.

2) Fight for it.



3) Take our enemies strategies seriously, and both over come them and use them. Particularly #4, which is the crux of the matter with respect to noble-defeat conservatism.


3) really is one of our biggest problems. We project onto our enemies our ideas about them, not their realities, and commonly our ideas are driven by our own internal culture. That is why we are not coming to grips with Islam, famously said to be the religion of peace by you know who. And then way back when there was us losing Vietnam when it was never ours to lose.

Blogger Bob Loblaw March 12, 2017 7:16 PM  

It's the ‘standing athwart history, shouting “Stop!”’ part. They assume Leftism is inevitable, if not right, and they act accordingly.

I don't know why conservatives latched on to this. By defining conservatism in that way he made every small victory on the other side permanent after a single generation as it gets incorporated into the things that get "conserved", and he guaranteed eventual defeat.

For a social movement to succeed it must be defined in positive terms, not in opposition to another movement. We gave the Marxists the initiative, allowing them to chisel away our culture and freedoms a tiny piece at a time.

Anonymous Crew March 12, 2017 7:37 PM  

Cleanup needed on aisle 89!

Blogger praetorian March 12, 2017 7:47 PM  

3) really is one of our biggest problems.

Yep. Look at common law, which I love: the left (well, let's be honest, the (((left)))) doesn't give a shit about precedent until they finally win the decision they want and then they turn around and scream "precedent" at us.

And enough of us shrug and say "well, it's a fair point" for The Inevitable Noble Defeat(tm).

Therefore, Hitler.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable March 12, 2017 7:48 PM  

Cleanup needed on aisle 89!

The technical term for which is Alt-Wrong.

Blogger Pteronarcyd March 12, 2017 8:19 PM  

"[M]orale is the primary difference in the fighting effectiveness between the Waffen SS and the Regio Esercito, between the US Marines and the French Army circa 1940."

I must agree that morale is a significant factor in the above comparisons, but could not genetics be of even greater significance? Both comparisons are NW Euro stock to shit-tier Mediterraneoid stock.

"Those who reliably work to lower the morale of our side rather than the morale of the enemy should not be tolerated, even if their pessimism and despair happen to be honest. Everyone is prone to moments of doubt, and sometimes doubt is merited, but it is both foolish and counterproductive to tolerate those who pride themselves in wallowing in the expectation of failure and defeat."

I think it somewhat acceptable to voice one's doubts on a given tactic as long as one offers what he thinks is a better tactic to achieve the ultimate strategic goal -- ie, as long as one strives to be part of the solution instead of the problem.

Blogger p35flash March 12, 2017 8:26 PM  

The bottom line is this: the altright has a cause they believe is just and in the end the majority of them would die for it. The SJW losers and modern marxist/leftists will not. That is why the altright will prevail.

Blogger Lazarus March 12, 2017 8:28 PM  

5343 Kinds of Deplorable wrote:The technical term for which is Alt-Wrong.

(((Alt-Nuked)))

Blogger Bob Loblaw March 12, 2017 8:36 PM  

The bottom line is this: the altright has a cause they believe is just and in the end the majority of them would die for it. The SJW losers and modern marxist/leftists will not. That is why the altright will prevail.

I wouldn't assume they won't die for their cause. But, as Patton remarked, nobody won a war by dying for his country.

Anonymous Grayman March 12, 2017 8:53 PM  

Re leftist

Watch some of the recent videos by Jordan Peterson (youtube). He is a psychologist and goes into the details of how they procesd. In short modern leftist are functionally following post-modern philosophy using Marxism to fill in the gaps.
To put that into perspective. Post-modernism was more or less fathered by the same ideology that drove the slaughters of the French Revolution in search of utopia.
You don't reason or logic with that. It is a fight to the death. And since the current flavor of post modernist Marxism is based on a subjective view for them the ends does justify the means since it's all subjective.

Logic and reasoning with leftists is like trying to explain to the Muslim immigrants that they shouldn't rape and pillage your daughters.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 12, 2017 9:00 PM  

Not too assertive at all.

It's frustrating when someone is rational enough to be enjoyable to talk to yet completely incapable of seeing reason as it comes to politics.

For the people I know it's their identities; a lot easier to come up with a half-baked ideological mess than take a good look at themselves. It's frustrating that you can't really have any effect, and have to sit there twiddling your thumbs while these fools wreck their entire lives.

Anonymous Grayman March 12, 2017 9:14 PM  

For moral, considea that the leftist are heavily dependent on a monolithic nanny state government structure to support and maintain their minority/immigrant foot soldier base.
Look at new orleans after Katrina or any similiar situation and see how quickly all of that diversity turns on itself as soon as you disrupt their support structure. Realize that in the same situations we tend to band togrther, not eat our own.
One of the keys to engaging the left once it kicks off will be to set them up to turn on themselves. Done correctly they will do more damage to themselves than their opponents ever could.

Anonymous Icicle March 12, 2017 9:15 PM  

Did we give up when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

HELL NO!

Anonymous Eduardo March 12, 2017 9:19 PM  

The Germans?

Anonymous Brick Hardslab March 12, 2017 9:24 PM  

Beau,

Onward Christian soldiers was my favorite as a child. Amazing Grace now too.

Anonymous Eduardo March 12, 2017 9:25 PM  

Hey Vox mate, you looked beat up man. It looked like you were in the end of your strenghts.

On the Spot execution for defeatism... no valid comment in the databank.

Blogger The Other Robot March 12, 2017 9:31 PM  

Now, it would really make my year if @Kratman would release the next book in his Carrera series!

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 12, 2017 9:49 PM  

@97 Grayman
Post-modernism was more or less fathered by the same ideology that drove the slaughters of the French Revolution in search of utopia.

That ideology led to the "Year Zero" in 1970's Cambodia.

Blogger Sheila4g March 12, 2017 10:09 PM  

@80 Beau: "Just out of joyous curiosity for the ilk and our host, what is one of your favorite hymns or spiritual songs?"

I've always liked the one your wife posted the lyrics to (we used to sing "Praise to the Lord" regularly in our old church). Among newer songs, I love "In Christ Alone" (2002 Thankyou Music).

"In Christ alone, my hope is found,
He is my light, my strength, my song;
This cornerstone, this solid ground,
Firm through the fiercest drought and storm.
What heights of love, what depths of peace,
When fears are stilled, when strivings cease,
My comforter, my all in all, here in the love of Christ I stand.

In Christ alone, who took on flesh,
Fullness of God in helpless Babe!
This gift of love and righteousness,
Scorned by the ones He came to save.
'Til on the cross as Jesus died, the wrath of God was satisfied.
For ev'ry sin on Him was laid; here in the death of Christ I live.

There in the ground His body lay,
Light of the world by darkness slain;
Then, bursting forth in glorious day,
Up from the grave He rose again!
And as He stands in victory, sin's curse has lost its grip on me;
For I am His and He is mine,
Bought with the precious blood of Christ.

No guilt in life, no fear in death, this is the pow'r of Christ in me;
From life's first cry to final breath, Jesus commands my destiny.
No pow'r of hell, no scheme of man,
Can ever pluck me from His hand
'Til he returns or calls me home,
Here in the pow'r of Christ I'll stand!

Blogger DonReynolds March 12, 2017 10:30 PM  

I share your contempt for Defeatists, many of whom just wish they could go ahead and surrender without the bother of shooting a round to "preserve their honor". They may sincerely believe they can see the future, but I do not share their confidence in defeat.

I am an excellent shot with a rifle, not just because I can hit what I can see but because I can probably still hit targets I cannot see with my eyes. I shoot where I believe the target is located. Part of it is confidence, based on practice and success. I may not be able to actually see the clothesline wire at 100 feet, but I know where it is supposed to be. Given three shots, I will likely hit that wire. My Dad and I used to practice doing just that....much to my Mother's dismay, even though we never did that when she had clothes hanging out. My Grandfather practiced by driving nails in an old tree at 50 feet with a pistol. He was the greatest.

To those Defeatists who say that resistance is futile, or the battle is already lost, or we will get slaughtered if we try, I only say one thing.....

Pick out a good seat in the bleachers. Stay off the field and away from the players. Watch the cheerleaders and be careful you don't spill your popcorn. We do not need their help anyway.

Their BIG MISCONCEPTION is thinking they will be able to park on the couch and watch it all on television news without breaking a fingernail. They will be very disappointed when they are rounded up by one side or the other. Maybe not for combat roles, but there will be plenty of work to do. In all likelihood, they will not even know which side is having them work.

Blogger DonReynolds March 12, 2017 10:55 PM  

A short note on the Waffen SS and the USMC....
What made both military formations incredibly effective was their indifference to losses. The same could be said about the Japanese Imperial Army and Marines, where death....even suicide attacks.... were considered a positive achievement.

Another minor note about the Waffen SS.
While early in the war, they were recruited with very high standards, including Aryan racial purity, all of that was suspended once the war was in full swing. The Waffen SS was a Pan European Army and included volunteers from the whole of Europe. The Viking Division was Scandinavians and there were other divisions that even included British and French and Dutch and Russian volunteers. It was said at the Battle of Berlin at the end of the war, many of the SS troops defending the Reich capital were not German at all. So much for German Supremacy and Aryan nonsense. There were British and French volunteers in the Battle of Berlin, fighting the Soviets.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 12, 2017 11:14 PM  

@Tom Kratman

"I _strongly_ suggest not emulating the left in this, because, see statement A, above."

That's actually well put. You can't do everything with "élan et cran." A little bit of black pill keeps you realistic.

Blogger praetorian March 12, 2017 11:32 PM  

Just out of joyous curiosity for the ilk and our host, what is one of your favorite hymns or spiritual songs?

Da Pacem Domine

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 12, 2017 11:34 PM  

@The Other Robot
"it's more believable that Wikipedia is a CIA front and Jimmy Wales is a pedophile"

On the CIA front, it is a little odd that Amazon was awarded $600 million CIA contract for cloud computing services right around the same time that Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post for less than half that amount. WaPo, of course, was previously owned by Katharine Meyer Graham. Oddly enough, her husband, Philip Graham, was head of the CIA's Operation Mockingbird, which paid journalists to write the "correct" version of the news.

I've seen it claimed various places that wikipedia is very tolerant, and even protective, of pedophilia among senior editors, so the Jimmy Wales claim would not be surprising.

Anonymous TheBoom March 13, 2017 8:14 AM  

John Derbyshire has written extensively about the need to bring back pessimism into conservatism to counter simplistic peppy ideas such as spewed by the Bush dynasty.

We are going into unchartered waters with the growth of AI and the massive loss of jobs. Combined with whites becoming a minority, the new economy could cause everything to implode or it could give rise to a resurgence of strong men and traditional women if a Mad Max scenario plays out. White women love to support genocide of white culture and have given up much to pursue careers. What happens if there are only careers for a chosen few? Could be that women will realize that a traditional role with a strong man is a better bet. Who knows? As the Chinese curse goes, may you live in interesting times.

Blogger Lovekraft March 13, 2017 8:53 AM  

Is it possible that the French-German wars of 1870 and then (to a lesser extent) WWI was where the real fighting men were on display?

Then it was Hitler who brought the volk onside where things started to get crazy.

So perhaps today's alt-right is the initial skirmish before the masses remove their restraint?

Blogger Mama Pepe March 13, 2017 3:22 PM  

Based Stickman did a lot for morale. He's the subject of folk songs now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waSZPpZzkRM

#wokefolk

SING THIS AT YOUR RALLIES BROTHERS
G, D, C

teh Ballad of Stickman
by the Mamas & the Pepes


He came that day
when they all gathered 'round
In Berkeley, Oh Berkeley!
That old, hippie town

They came to see
what freedom could be
when we all stand together
'gainst that Commie Red Sea!


-CHORUS-

All Hail Based Stickman!
Our glorious Alt Knight!
Oh Stickman, Oh Stickman
He'll stick you, ALRIGHT!


He ne'er did strike,
lest he was struck first
But he suited up
And prepared for the worst

Surrounded by jackals
He held his ground
and those dirty fuckers, well
HE TOOK THEM DOWN!



-CHORUS-

All Hail Based Stickman!
Our glorious Alt Knight!
Oh Stickman, Oh Stickman
He'll stick you, ALRIGHT!


Then the men in blue
took our Stickman away
They locked him up
And had nothing to say

But the Stickman had friends
that he couldn't see
And We all pitched in
So our Stickman went free!


-CHORUS-

All Hail Based Stickman!
Our glorious Alt Knight!
Oh Stickman, Oh Stickman
He'll stick you, ALRIGHT!

So remember, my brothers
That you’re ne’er alone
As long as our Stickman
Is out free to roam

He’ll stand by your side
and he’ll fight hard and true
‘Cuz you know, my brothers
He’s ME and He’s YOU

-CHORUS-

All Hail Based Stickman!
Our glorious Alt Knight!
Oh Stickman, Oh Stickman
He’ll stick you, ALRIGHT!

All Hail Based Stickman!
Our glorious Alt Knight!
Oh Stickman, Oh Stickman
He’ll stick you, ALRIGHT!

Blogger Happy LP9 March 13, 2017 4:57 PM  

Something else great that I dont mention or forget to is how we turned our cars into E85, meaning alcohol based fuel for gas and then spin farming to overall protective bio diverse perma culture designing, its the only way, we cannot afford Krogers or Walmart ever again, what we grow for the fuel or the food is best.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 14, 2017 12:31 AM  

This was played for dad, he said in no means is the EU or Europe done for, they are working towards restoring their native lands for the natives of each Independent nation state. Morale is everything, let us be light hearted and happy, we were granted a great reprieve with a great POTUS, its never too late to be kind, encouraging and upbeat.

Lowering the morale of the left isn't even difficult, they just carry on and its wonderful content.

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