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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Leave no one behind

Brian Niemeier decries the excessive individualism on the Right:
The Left wouldn't bother trying to disemploy and de-platform hatefact purveyors on the Right if Conservatives didn't indulge them.

It's been said before, and it bears saying again: Conservatives' main weakness is their critical lack of solidarity. It comes from the nasty individualist streak in their capitalist and Liberal influences. I've seen right-leaning business owners flatly refuse employment to like-minded friends because the job-seekers' unemployment exceeded an arbitrary 18 month limit. Even an otherwise solid guy like Stefan Molyneux, who speaks passionately about the need to put winning first, says he won't hire people who've "lost momentum".

One big advantage of being on the Left is that, if you check the right boxes and recite the proper credal formulas, the cult looks out for you. Note the curious phenomenon of lefties in media and business "failing upward". SJW editors from protected groups who bankrupt venerable sci-fi magazines don't have to apply at Target. They're given cushy writing assignments at Marvel Comics. When their unreadable books are inevitably cancelled, there'll be junior college associate professorships waiting to break the fall.

Conservatives who publicly speak uncomfortable truths are in for a rougher ride. First, the bow tie-bedecked moderates can be counted on to show up and virtue signal at the victim's expense. "Sure, he denounced the harassment," they'll say, "but if he meant it, he'd disavow his unruly followers who're causing all the trouble." Always conveniently forgotten is the fact that it's the Left who are stirring up fake outrage to distract from their loss.

After that, the employer will decide it's best to discontinue their working relationship with the victim because nothing says "sound, long-term business planning" like sacrificing a productive employee who reliably adds value to the company for the sake of dispersing an angry mob that would've lost interest and gone away on its own if management had just ignored them.
As the years have passed, I've gradually been forced to recognize the truth of this. No matter how good you are, no matter how smart, no matter how capable, you can only go so far on your own. I can write, but I can't draw and I don't even own a working color printer, so how could I possibly produce a comic without the assistance of a whole team of others? How can one be a Dark Lord of nothing and no one?

I'm as guilty of not looking to help out those who have come under SJW attack as anyone, so don't think that I'm pointing fingers at anyone here. And I am fully aware that not everyone is going to take full advantage of any assistance that is provided. Some people are self-destructive, some people are just difficult, some are socially retarded, and some just seem to be born losers. The mere fact that someone is on the Right doesn't make them inherently productive, likable or competent.

Even so, that doesn't detract from the importance of not leaving people behind and looking to help those who have been successfully swarmed and disemployed.

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75 Comments:

Blogger S1AL January 25, 2018 9:24 AM  

The Right has always had the weakness of believing in fair play - hiring and helping based on qualifications and merit.

We have to accept that (a) turnabout is, in fact, fair play; (b) hard leftism is disqualifying.

As you said, it won't be easy, but it's necessary.

Blogger Timmy3 January 25, 2018 9:29 AM  

“if Conservatives didn't indulge them.”

This sounds a little more like agreement and collaboration. Conservatives can always work against Conservatives interests beyond mere disagreement. This is the bigger weakness.

Blogger S1AL January 25, 2018 9:29 AM  

And I guess I just proved the role, since I left off (c): being attacked/fired/whatever for refusing to back down on your right-wing beliefs is meritorious. Reward merit.

Blogger Gordon Scott January 25, 2018 9:32 AM  

How can one be a Dark Lord of nothing and no one?

Just tell yourself: "I'm cruel enough, I'm 2SD enough, and doggone it, people dread me!"

Anonymous Jordi January 25, 2018 9:33 AM  

This is a VERY, VERY good article

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 25, 2018 9:40 AM  

Conservatives seemingly cannot negotiate worth a damn, they simply will not diminish the other side's anything. They especially will not divide the left under any circumstance.

And "Guile" is an evil, evil concept, we have the ultimate TROOF don't you know.

Blogger Gordon Scott January 25, 2018 9:40 AM  

As for not leaving people behind, you're in a somewhat unique position to help. As with the effort you're leading for Will, sometimes folks just need a bit of attention focused on them, and they'll take that and run with it.

Not everyone has a Peter Thiel in their corner (and I do know that Thiel was not helping Hogan as much as using Hogan to destroy Gawker). Also, a lot of folks on our side are not so good at networking, or anything else that needs social grace. But being on the lookout for guys (and yes, some gals) who got kicked out of the treehouse, and need a chance to shine a bit to get the mojo going, is important, no matter how many metaphors I mix.

Blogger Desdichado January 25, 2018 9:42 AM  

Mr.MantraMan wrote:And "Guile" is an evil, evil concept, we have the ultimate TROOF don't you know.
I always thought he was OK. His Sonic Boom and Flash Kick attacks were pretty cool.

Blogger Jimmy Glover January 25, 2018 9:44 AM  

We still indulge some on our side who misrepresent our beliefs. I'm talking alt-right. Milo, Jordon Petersen, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Sargon of Akkad jump to mind. These are really good on topics, but miserable on identity politics.

They have not learned the lesson; the Left has chosen the battlefield. You are either on it fighting, or on the sideline.

Blogger Jeff aka Orville January 25, 2018 9:49 AM  

A nice expansion on not shooting right. Sometimes I think this tendency to go it alone is a side-effect of generations of de-masculinization. Men today don't know how to work in teams and get all butthurt because they don't understand the natural sorting process that goes on in a group of men, so they take their ball and go home.

Blogger Desdichado January 25, 2018 9:50 AM  

@9; They don't misrepresent our beliefs. They express their own. So what if we don't agree on everything? They're still our people, our allies, and are much more useful to the cause than some ideologically pure nobody who does nothing.

Blogger Gordon Scott January 25, 2018 9:50 AM  

Yeah, Jimmy, but they're not our enemies, either. Jordan Peterson is redpilling a generation of men! Yes, they haven't come to the big realization the way we have, but I'll have Milo pissing out over pissing in. They aren't Lindsey freakin' Graham, willing to sell out our future for another post office in North Carolina.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 25, 2018 9:52 AM  

#9 Because we never re-frame "racism" as identity politics, "Racism, shmacism that is just identity politics, don't get so upset and angry."

Blogger Bobiojimbo January 25, 2018 9:55 AM  

I wonder if the r/K theory is partially at play here.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 25, 2018 9:57 AM  

A big part of it is the mindset.

Lefties seem to be born, not made. The hivemind has an appeal to them that is beyond my ability to comprehend.

It seems to be reliant on a world view that predicates that "the first nail that pops up, is the first to get hammered down and it's always better to be the hammer than the nail."

Americans are the result of some unique selective pressures that are no longer in play. People that came here were "the nails that popped up." I suspect that for most of the human race this constitutes five percent of the population.

In America it's something closer to 40%.

Don't believe me? Try explaining Libertarianism to a Frenchman. He simply cannot comprehend what the hell you are talking about.

There strengths that come with this but it also creates the ultimate problem in "herding cats."

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky January 25, 2018 9:59 AM  

A right-wing support regime does exist in Washington. When the Left gains the White House or a legislative house, freshly unemployed staffers and legislators do have a wide net to fall back on. They wind up in think tanks, the RNC/NRSC, industry groups, lobbying firms, various NGOs, etc. They are viewed as human capital who must be maintained, and whose memories and experiences in power kept in the mix, for the next time the right gains power.

That support network of the right is much smaller than what the left has, however. Very much smaller. And it only exists in Washington, as far as I know. UNLESS -- you are Ivy League. If you went to Harvard, for example, your Rolodex is a prize people will pay for -- even if you are known to suck at your job.

The left runs the table in academia and like tyrants. There is no support for the right there, only firing squads. And the left has made huge inroads in the Fortune 500, it would be interesting to see Vox's "Levels of Convergence" applied to that list. I'd bet a very high percentage of them are seriously converged by now.

Blogger Johnny January 25, 2018 10:01 AM  

You grow up in a particular culture and tend to take it for granted. Zealots are people who have changed their mind. That is why the other side has more zeal. Often they are the product of an indoctrination process.

Blogger Nate January 25, 2018 10:10 AM  

"Leave No Man Behind" is probably the most important step we've taken since SJW Always Lie was first published.

Anonymous Credo in unum Deum January 25, 2018 10:15 AM  

Right-wingers aren't good at overlooking minor faults of those they are having a conversation with. That prevents them from forming a gang.

Blogger The Kurgan January 25, 2018 10:19 AM  

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Blogger The Kurgan January 25, 2018 10:21 AM  

What no one seems to point out though is that the right's obstinacy at being "individualist" is rooted in wanting to live in the highest truth we are personally capable of.
Of course, humans being humans, your truth and mine will differ, but that is why Christendom is absolutely pivotal to the survival and ultimately victory of the West.

Because while we may privately argue details of theology, we both appreciate the "big picture" and picking each other first over and above the Saracens, the filthy SJWs, the backstabbing moderates and so on.

There was really only one qualifier for me prior to baptism: is this person honest or not.
It has only been slightly modified to add:
Is this person actually Christian or Churchian?

And I'll take an honest atheist (rare as they are) over a well-meaning but deceived Churchian.
I can work with the atheist, but the Churchian.... usually beyond redemption in my experience.

Blogger Johnny January 25, 2018 10:21 AM  

@15 Lefties seem to be born, not made.

I am comfortable with the idea that there is a personality type that goes with the hard left. But the doctrine still has to be learned. By my lights what we call conservative is what most people are prior to the formal indoctrination process. You know, what we teach in school, or on TV, or in church, or some other source. That accounts for the zeal in religious converts and the hard left crowd. Because they have changed their mind, or at the least picked up a new doctrine, they are aware that their culture is something they learned, not innate, not automatic. Thus they feel the need to defend it and are inclined to preach it.

The conservative has learned things, but they don't conflict with previous viewpoints. Thus what they believe to be true they tend to think is innate. That is why you can teach a radical doctrine in school. The parents don't get that what they believe to be true is the result of a cultural indoctrination process, not manifest reality. Thus they don't get that you can get a different outcome with different teaching.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd January 25, 2018 10:22 AM  

Christians should hire Christians. Christians should never hire Leftists. If your hiring documentation shows a qualified Leftist, you obviously don't know how to do an interview.

Shoot Left, Hire Right.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 25, 2018 10:26 AM  

Good piece, but it doesn't get brutal enough.

Speaking "uncomfortable truths" is a purely Christian ideal. (Obviously, the concept doesn't originate there, but no one else ever tries to live it.) Leftism, being explicitly anti-Christian, will always seek to speak the sweetest poison possible. If you're trying to speak truthfully, you're always at a disadvantage.

Next, because we've entered the realm of Christian ideals, a point: "Brother will deliver brother over to death, and the father his child, and children will rise against parents and have them put to death, and you will be hated by all for my name’s sake. But the one who endures to the end will be saved." Matthew 10:21-22 ESV

Western Civ has its basis in Christian Morality, so you're going to be hated. That's the nature of the situation.

But maybe the deepest issue is the asymmetric nature of where our Language and our Communities are now at. The Communist Projects already require the obliteration of Trust, as if you can trust others, you don't need the State. So, at all levels, the State seeks to destroy trust in everything that isn't itself. This effects Culture, Communities, Churches and Language itself. That's how deep the rot has gotten.

Into this asymmetry comes the reality that the Leftist Hate Mob can do this because they can get away with it. There is no actual risk to them for these actions because their money actually comes from Corruption/Usury, they don't need to actually provide anything of value and most of the "direct action" people are low-level & expendable.

It's the asymmetry that's drives much of this, so the responses have to be both Defensive & Offensive. Don't leave a Man behind is a good place to start on the Defensive front, right along with "redpilling" people on the concepts from SJWs Always Lie. Understanding and basic "How-To Deal with" are the big things in the near term.

There's a host of Offensive options are things progress further, but after all of this is said & done in a couple of decades, Heresy Laws need to be re-implemented. Eliminating Witches from the gene pool will help solve near-term reoccurrence of extreme Leftism.

Blogger Theophilus Chilton January 25, 2018 10:27 AM  

The Left has asabiyah, the soft Right doesn't. It remains to be seen whether the alt-Right does, or whether it only pretends to.

Blogger Jeff aka Orville January 25, 2018 10:29 AM  

@21 Ditto churchian vs. Christian. Churchians tend to be either milquetoast on doctrine, or hyper-vigilant pharisees on doctrine. There are twenty three verses containing the words mercy and truth. In all 23 mercy comes first.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 25, 2018 10:29 AM  

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Blogger Wynn Lloyd January 25, 2018 10:30 AM  


A great post. All the more pertinent given the recent success in helping one of our own.
As someone who struggles often these days, it does suck to face down challenges alone at times.
Yet we're not really completely alone. These blogs and alt-media in general have a massive impact on lifting people up. Despite all the contention in the comment sections, just knowing you're not alone in seeing reality is a very powerful advantage. Not to mention the tactical and strategic knowledge that alt-right thinkers have been spreading.
A little self-indulgence; I stayed sane during the election period because of this blog in particular. The university climate was and is savage, but I managed to hang in while counting on the predicted win. On November 9th it was a day of massive vindication. I simply stood on the drill field and in the lobby of the humanities building, staring at my phone and smiling big. People would stop and stare in their despair, but were too despondent to engage me. They had no sympathy for me or anyone else during the ridiculous, Maoist-styled self-criticism sessions over the years, so concern for their feelings was no concern at all.
When men act, write, speak, and/or think in concert with the Spirit, all sorts of unforeseen benefits seem to emerge. Many for those who are not really contributors themselves, even.

Anonymous Chad January 25, 2018 10:30 AM  

Lift your brother up.
Fight the tendency to judge him for his failings. Fight the tendency to think “I would have been strong enough to conquer where he has failed.” And use that to dismiss him.
The Left has used identity politics to set up the new tribes. We must realize we need a tribe of our own.
Cataline is right about how Americans are descendants of the nails that stuck up. But that attitude will no longer work with the enemies in our midst, at the highest echelons of society, ready and willing to mow us down. That tendency (to stand out) is how they pick us off.
All this to say, point we’ll taken. Now, to apply it more in my life.

Blogger CJ January 25, 2018 10:35 AM  

... nothing says "sound, long-term business planning" like sacrificing a productive employee who reliably adds value to the company for the sake of dispersing an angry mob that would've lost interest and gone away on its own if management had just ignored them.

Very well stated.

Blogger icr January 25, 2018 10:37 AM  

It might be a Northern European thing. I recall reading or hearing somewhere that Don Black's wife has been employed by ethnic Cuban sugar barons for many years. They just ignored the repeated demands from SPLC, ADL,etc. that she be fired.

Anonymous didnothingwrong January 25, 2018 10:42 AM  

Except if they’re alt-retards! Their economic views exclude them from any such consideration!

Blogger Shimshon January 25, 2018 10:47 AM  

Oh Vile One, all a SDL ever needs is his 500+ VFM to carry out his will. Would the color be any less vibrant? Just grunt, and it will be done. So what if they break a few bones in the process.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Grass January 25, 2018 10:48 AM  

"The mere fact that someone is on the Right doesn't make them inherently productive, likable or competent."

Ain't that the truth?!?

OT: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-25/the-dark-side-of-america-s-rise-to-oil-superpower

The complaints in this article is that:

1) It kills Gaia
2) It'll hurt Russia and Saudi Arabia
3) American shale is too good : "There’s another problem: Shale 2.0 could hurt refiners. Shale oil is too good. For years, refiners spent billions of dollars on special equipment to process the dense, high-sulphur, low-quality crudes coming from Mexico, Venezuela, Canada, and Saudi Arabia. The quality of shale oil is so high that it yields little diesel, the fuel that powers manufacturing. Such limitations may be mere speed bumps. But U.S. dominance is far from a panacea. It won’t reverse climate change. It won’t lessen the political influence of fossil-fuel producers in Washington. Nor will it completely neutralize the political influence of erratic petrostates."

There's nothing wrong with any of this. I just see a bunch of globalists soiling their drawers.

Jeff aka Orville wrote:A nice expansion on not shooting right. Sometimes I think this tendency to go it alone is a side-effect of generations of de-masculinization. Men today don't know how to work in teams and get all butthurt because they don't understand the natural sorting process that goes on in a group of men, so they take their ball and go home.

I just accept that I'm a delta. I despise leading.

Johnny wrote:You grow up in a particular culture and tend to take it for granted. Zealots are people who have changed their mind. That is why the other side has more zeal. Often they are the product of an indoctrination process.

@17 That's true. It's one of the reason people from my parents' generation can't comprehend what some of us are talking about regarding politics or their blind faith in certain parts of the federal government which no longer work.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Grass January 25, 2018 10:48 AM  

Complaints in the article are that, not is that

Blogger Johnny January 25, 2018 10:59 AM  

Society takes care of so many things that a lot of people are not up to self dealing, and about the only way you pick the skill up is by actually doing it. By way of example you have to learn to be selfish, but not too selfish. That sort of thing. Instead they are so generous that they are resentful or unreliable on fulfilling, or so selfish the deal never gets closed.

Anonymous E Deploribus Unum January 25, 2018 11:09 AM  

I absolutely commend this sentiment and even more the way Vox has taken action to make it reality. Gavin MacInnes is pushing the same thing: have each other's backs. I've been throwing money at these causes left, right and center in the last few months, not least because I know with a fair degree of certainty that it will one day be me on the hot seat.

Anonymous I'm Not a Fascist. But My Sons Are. January 25, 2018 11:11 AM  

It is extremely difficult to help someone who simply will not have it. An uncomfortable truth is that there are just as many broken fruit bats on the Right as there are on the Left, just of a different flavor.

'Men' today are, by and large, one of two things:

1.) Utterly submissive;
2.) There own Emperor.

How to get 'round this I do not know. Maybe ya just can't stop what's coming.

Anonymous I'm Not a Fascist. But My Sons Are. January 25, 2018 11:15 AM  

*Their

Anonymous Avalanche January 25, 2018 11:31 AM  

I think Brian is wrong in this: watching that interview (it's just 25 minutes) is WELL worth your time!

Seeing the example (YT's number: aMcjxSThD54) of Peterson 'defanging' and calmly refusing the premises and idiocies of the leftie is a *fantastic* example to carry with you! He also did a later 'analysis' of the performance -- which also serves to understand why -- and HOW -- he was able to not rip her face off. (Titled: "Full video: Jordan Peterson on the Channel 4 Controversy and Philosophy of "How to be in the World" (YT's number: E6qBxn_hFDQ ).

Oh, and Peterson mentions on some podcast/vid (somewhere; I'm binge listening) that EVS did an "excellent drawing" for his book of Mary and Jesus based on the Pieta...

Anonymous Aeoli Pera January 25, 2018 11:33 AM  

Well done Vox. Despite our latter day faithlessness the Lord still works occasional miracles and I see his fingerprints on this.

Blogger Beau January 25, 2018 11:37 AM  

How to get 'round this I do not know.

Teamwork.

Anonymous Homesteader January 25, 2018 11:39 AM  

Large families, team sports, and basic training.

Blogger Koanic January 25, 2018 11:49 AM  

> In all 23 mercy comes first.

Most doctrinal disputes are not important. However, this style of reasoning is unsound. I don't think anyone ever uses it in the Bible. The principle of the first being the greater is certainly difficult to reconcile with a religion worshiping the second Adam descended from the second-born son of the second-born son. Peanut butter always comes before jelly, but that's not the order you use with one knife. God has said that he prefers mercy to sacrifice, but not that He prefers mercy to truth. Jesus started by judging no man and ends by judging the world. The concept of mercy is contingent on truth.

Anonymous TS January 25, 2018 11:51 AM  

The left's unity is their strength and the converse is true for the right.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab January 25, 2018 11:58 AM  

Is there a way to run an explicitly, 'right' employment network?

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants January 25, 2018 12:10 PM  

The right has not only NOT supported Paul Nehlen on Twitter, (or elsewhere), Ben Shapiro & the group of insider Jews who call themselves, Reagan Battallion, are the ones who got him booted from Twitter.
RB is the same group who pulled up the old interviews of Milo, to get his clustering from CPAC, and the Conservative movement, in general.

Blogger Longtime Lurker January 25, 2018 12:10 PM  

So much of what passes for unity on the Left is simple puffery, aposematic posturing aimed at keeping the evil Right Wing at bay.

Hidden within the puffery, among other things, is a stinger called Antifa.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants January 25, 2018 12:11 PM  

*Oustering

Blogger VFM #7634 January 25, 2018 12:19 PM  

"I've seen right-leaning business owners flatly refuse employment to like-minded friends because the job-seekers' unemployment exceeded an arbitrary 18 month limit."

The job-seeker could try taking the employer's mother out for coffee and a chat.

Blogger Beau January 25, 2018 12:22 PM  

I don't think anyone ever uses it in the Bible.

Colossians 1:15 expressly calls Jesus the firstborn of all creation granting Him primacy over all. And why would such a term be employed at all in the New Testament except that Old Testament reasoning did indeed grant primacy to the firstborn as a matter of course, and where it did not, this was noted as an exception. Your citing of the exception does not undermine the rule of primacy, you argument does in fact underscore the opposite reasoning - one cannot have an exception unless there is a rule. So you statement, I don't think anyone ever uses it in the Bible. reveals either a gross ignorance or willful dishonesty, which is it Koanic?

Anonymous TS January 25, 2018 12:23 PM  

So much of what passes for unity on the Left is simple puffery, aposematic posturing aimed at keeping the evil Right Wing at bay.

I wouldn't discount their unity, it's real and it's Legion (Mark 5:9)

Blogger Off The Wall January 25, 2018 12:23 PM  

Crazy days in Canuckistan, TWO provincial conservative party leaders resign today due to sexual harassment allegations. Nobody is willing to stand up for them before they've even had a chance to defend themselves. In Canada you are guilty whether or not you're proved innocent.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/patrick-brown-resigns-ontario-pc-1.4503040

http://www.macleans.ca/news/nova-scotia-conservative-leader-resigns-amid-sexual-harassment-allegations/

OpenID markstoval January 25, 2018 12:25 PM  

Vox makes a good point in this post. We must help each other as well as we can. We will have to overlook a man not being perfect at times as long as he does not work against the "right".

A purity test can keep us at each other's throats even while the real evil is destroying Western Civilization. That would be the wrong thing to do.

I wager that not everyone here has the exact same definition of "the right" as I do. Nor each other. As long as we support God, nation, and traditional morality then I think we can agree on most things.

Fight the evil --- it is to your left.

Anonymous TS January 25, 2018 12:28 PM  

How to get 'round this I do not know.

Teamwork.


Bingo. And no hivemind/Legion needed. Most leftards don't even know what teamwork is never having played sports and of course not being good at them. So the right using teamwork should come more naturally but its still lacking. You don't have to be best buds with everybody on the team just have a common goal (winning) and work together to accomplish it.

Blogger VD January 25, 2018 12:29 PM  

Except if they’re alt-retards! Their economic views exclude them from any such consideration!

The Alt-Retards are not on our side. They are not our allies. They are our enemies, by their open admission and by their attacks.

It isn't merely their economic views that justify their exclusion. They are of the political Left in every way. They support the EU. They oppose nationalism.

They are not of the Right and they never have been. That's why so many of them voted for Obama.

They don't support us and we won't support them.

Anonymous Unite the Right January 25, 2018 12:30 PM  

This advice is crucial for our movement - bravo VD. Something we can do now is to circle the wagons around Paul Nehlen and Andrew Anglin. They need funds and moral support from all factions of the AltRight.

Anonymous TS January 25, 2018 12:31 PM  

Nobody is willing to stand up for them before they've even had a chance to defend themselves.

You can find Cons leaving each other to twist in the wind and the Left helping their comrades all day long in the media.

Anonymous Jack Amok January 25, 2018 12:32 PM  

Economically, the Left has tapped into the Funny Money Train of the government, so they have less urgency to be economically productive and can afford to hire based on ideology instead of competence. Most right-wing endeavors have to pay their own way and need to be far more selective in hiring.

Which doesn't refute Vox's point, it merely says we have to get our logistics in good shape to be able to do what we need to do.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 25, 2018 12:39 PM  

@59 Jack Amok

It's part of the groundwork for why the Left can perform its actions. They are insulted from reality by Debt. It also points to why Central Banking is necessary for Leftism to flourish. It's pure rabbit action, but operated by the sociopaths at the top.

Anonymous Gen. Kong January 25, 2018 12:57 PM  

Niemeier's point here is right on the target. The aftermath of Charlottesville afforded a great opportunity for much virtue singling which was taken by those supposedly on the right - even here. The entire (((fake news))) narrative about the events have since turned out to be false. Merely waiting to comment until the facts emerged would have helped.

*The only Nazi flags were those flown by Antifa/SJW plants
*SJW Heather Heyer was not even hit by the car and died from a heart attack - the result of morbid obesity, smoking, etc.
*James Fields (driver of the car) was being chased by armed Antifa and panicked.
*The badge-gang chopper that crashed was miles away and unrelated.

The organizers/leaders made serious errors by failing to filter out SJW plants, allowing recent "converts" (Jason Kessler) into leadership roles, and holding a march in enemy territory somehow expecting the badge-gang goondas in such a locale to be honorable when they were in fact merely criminals operating under the color of law. Thanks to all of the virtue-signaling, a fairly serious fracture has taken place in the alt-right. A fair number of folks have been doxxed, lost jobs, etc. - all on the right. Nobody in the antifa/SJW army ever loses a job. Worst case is they get moved to a nice cushy post in academia or the "church" until they can move up.

Part of the reason for this is that folks - especially the 'alt-lite', not to mention 'conservatives' only starting to be red-pilled - vastly underestimate the extent of SJW convergence across every institution of western society. Even Hillsdale College, long considered a redoubt, show signs of heavy infiltration. To paraphrase Stalin's retort to the Pope: How many billionaires do we have? Our side (such as it is) cannot hold onto a single private religious college in the USA it would appear. Niemeier rather fails to address this point in his article, but the "long march through the institutions" articulated by Antonio Gramsci is a fait accompli, which of course makes it far easier for the left (who owns them all) to provide comfortable positions for those when their actions - which include outright criminality, e.g. Bill Ayers and (((Bernadine Dohrn))) get them into hot water. The root cause of this failure on the right is an inability to understand the hatred which drives folks like Ayers.

Anonymous Gen. Kong January 25, 2018 1:03 PM  

Economically, the Left has tapped into the Funny Money Train of the government, so they have less urgency to be economically productive and can afford to hire based on ideology instead of competence. Most right-wing endeavors have to pay their own way and need to be far more selective in hiring.

Let's take your good point a bit further... Not only does the enemy have access to what amounts to endless funds, but most of those who are on the right remain quite clueless about the essential nature of fake money, taxation, debt-racketeering, etc. Thus you have idiots like Limbaugh extolling the virtues of "free enterprise" who completely fail to comprehend that there is very little actual free-enterprise going on in a market dominated by debt-rackets. Put another way, there's nothing free about a rigged market.

Anonymous I'm Not a Fascist. But My Sons Are. January 25, 2018 1:19 PM  

I found this bit particularly on-point:

Though I've sampled my share of "must-watch" Jordan Peterson videos, I've never heard him say anything particularly interesting. His specialty is doling out what used to be called common sense to young adults whose society has utterly failed them on every level.

Which tells you more about Niemeier than Peterson.

That's not a knock against Peterson.

As I say.

We've had a couple of generations raised without fathers in deed or in fact, and he fulfills the vital role of imparting useful life skills and counteracting media and academia-inflicted brainwashing.

One more uncomfortable truth: Like it or not, the business of civilization is a man's business. What is more central to civilization than cooperation?

Nosce te ipsum.

Blogger Koanic January 25, 2018 1:21 PM  

I did not expect this to be controversial.

> So you statement, I don't think anyone ever uses it in the Bible. reveals either a gross ignorance or willful dishonesty, which is it Koanic?

Gross reading incomprehension on your part. Specifically, you misread the antecedent to the pronoun "it". "It" refers to the style of reasoning that if one of a pair of two words comes always comes first, the first word is the greater.

Your dilemma depends on the antecedent of "it" being the principle of primogeniture. This cannot possibly be grammatically correct, because none of the sentences preceding "it" contain the concept of primogeniture, much less the word.

I don't see how anyone could deny primogeniture and mention the Second Adam in the same sentence. The latter is contingent on the former. The fact that the sentence was immediately followed by a peanut butter joke was a contextual clue that the author was having fun. You may contaminate your jelly with peanut butter if you wish.

Anonymous Gen. Kong January 25, 2018 1:25 PM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:
Christians should hire Christians. Christians should never hire Leftists. If your hiring documentation shows a qualified Leftist, you obviously don't know how to do an interview.

Shoot Left, Hire Right.


Obvioulsy, Brad Birzer sold himself as 'Christian' to the clueless retards who run Hillsdale College. Thus we now have fire coming from a supposedly 'Christian' rampart. We have folks even in this thread advocating for enemy infiltrators like Ben Shapiro (the Littlest Chickenhawk) and Sargon of Akkad (who was destroyed in a debate with the usually ineffective Richard Spencer - who could be an infiltrator as well though that's unsettled). There's a difference between a purity spiral and admitting fifth-columnists into the ranks, just as there is between taking poison and medicine. There's a difference between the 16-points and the purity spiral of the '88' found in 14/88. The two named above consistently shoot right against those who hold to the 16 points.

Blogger tublecane January 25, 2018 1:40 PM  

"if you check the right boxes, and recite the proper credal formulas [what the check is a "credal formula?"], the cult looks out for you."

Except when they don't. The left is known for mercilessly turning on its own, and the Sword of Damocles always hangs over everyone's head.

But I suppose they do that better, too.

Blogger Koanic January 25, 2018 2:02 PM  

The Left is the herd, the village gossip circle. They are designed to cut out threatening males, one by one, while protecting their own from the same, and squabbling over the spoils.

The Right is the pack, the hunting troupe, the war band. They are designed to bond and disciple through tactical action and silent natural immersion, and to die to defend the wombs.

If you want the Right to win, you need a world ruled by tactics, not talk talk. A world stalked by goel hadams.

Anonymous AB.Prosper January 25, 2018 2:02 PM  

I've been saying stuff like this for years but its about time someone people will listen too did.

Collective is not a bad word and working for a collective goal to a collective purpose for a collective people does not make you a Communist nor does it summon Joseph "Voldemort" Stalin from the grave

We the people. not I the individual or I and my family is how big things get done.

Too note this is a new problem, my opinion, toxic byproduct of rational Anti Communism. In the past especially in the US spontaneous organization (lodges, grange halls, churches, clubs, leagues) was everywhere

Its also a product of "muh Ayn Rand, muh Profit" over any other consideration

TV , ideology and other things caused us to lose this knack and we need it back

I will add, its deeper than money. Its a matter of how we perceive the problem itself

The ruining of the West is not a problem individuals solve individually

Its a problem with hostile groups that has to be solved collectively

Anonymous TheSmokingMan#3424 January 25, 2018 2:24 PM  

I'm Not a Fascist. But My Sons Are. wrote:It is extremely difficult to help someone who simply will not have it. An uncomfortable truth is that there are just as many broken fruit bats on the Right as there are on the Left, just of a different flavor.

'Men' today are, by and large, one of two things:

1.) Utterly submissive;

2.) There own Emperor.

How to get 'round this I do not know. Maybe ya just can't stop what's coming.


You do this by owning the responsibility for your family first.

Then build a Männerbund. mine is roughly 4 years old , and it has taken that long for all of us to break that cycle of holding differences against one and other, that the right is so famous for, and start working towards a mutually beneficial future. (i am here)

then take ownership of your AO. Become a fixture within the community there.

once these are achieved, you now have the social clout to bully the idiots on your side into compliance. you don't have to help everyone. You just have to have a place for them to fall in line.

expand/adapt this concept out to whatever macro level you wish. And for the love of The Almighty, start infiltrating seats of power.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother January 25, 2018 3:07 PM  

SONIC BOOM

A tragic hero, really. Left behind in the jungles of Nam by a country who didn't care or appreciate him a blond Rambo, if you will.

Blogger OneWingedShark January 25, 2018 3:30 PM  

Jeff aka Orville wrote:A nice expansion on not shooting right. Sometimes I think this tendency to go it alone is a side-effect of generations of de-masculinization. Men today don't know how to work in teams and get all butthurt because they don't understand the natural sorting process that goes on in a group of men, so they take their ball and go home.
Perhaps; but there's more to it than that -- If you watched the recent Jordan Peterson interview ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMcjxSThD54 @ about 2:00 ) he says something that is worth noting: "I don't think that young men are hear[ing] words of encouragement, some of them never in their entire lives as far as I can tell."

If nobody ever helps you, and everybody beats you down, in some setting -- then isn't it reasonable to try to avoid said setting?

Blogger rekrapt January 25, 2018 3:52 PM  

I walked away from what might have been a good career in music in the 80s because I couldn't stomach the bleeding heart bullshit that was going on with my "peers" and I knew that if THEY knew what my political beliefs were they would burn me at the proverbial stake. I wish there were some more right-wing rock stars and publishers. There certainly weren't any back then.

Anonymous Uguu January 25, 2018 4:51 PM  

Many successful people on ther Right sometimes forget is that if most people could be like Ivan Throne there simply wouldn’t be a need for the Alt-Right to exist. If everyone could become rich and successful with a pretty wife and kids there wouldn’t be a need to change the neoliberal nightmare.

The fact is that the Pareto Distribution exists; i.e. most people are just average. Your working-class man can’t find another job. Another wife. Most men just don’t have what it takes. They have some skill. Deltas always do. But most people are not capable of surmounting all of the horrors of the New Left. They just can’t. They stumble.

The bottom line is that there are plenty of really good, moral, hardworking Americans that are beaten and abused, and if we just abandon them we’re no better than the wealthy libshits who lookdown on poor flyover country with the same disdain.

If you help, even a little bit, those in need, they will be not only be loyal but they will die for you and your cause. I have no doubt that Will Caligan will follow Vox to the end.

So I can’t help look at anyone who has refused to help our fallen brothers, such as that buisness owner, with utter disdain. If you let your men, who are simply not capable as you are, just keel over and die because they didn’t have your innate abilities, if they “lost momentum”, then you’re just as cruel and sick as the enemy and you deserve to lose.

Blogger Beau January 27, 2018 5:17 AM  

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Blogger Beau January 27, 2018 10:55 AM  

Specifically, you misread the antecedent to the pronoun "it"."It" refers to the style of reasoning that if one of a pair of two words comes always comes first, the first word is the greater.

You claim you can see nowhere in the Bible this kind of reasoning, where the first element of a formulaic list is the most important. Below are three such examples.

A list of two elements, the apostolic salutation of the epistles: grace and peace The first is by far more mentioned in the New Testament and more central to Christian theology.

A list of three elements, the Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob which one of these was called God's friend and received the covenant? The first mentioned.

A list of ten elements, the Decalogue, which one is the most important commandment?

In taking Jeff aka Orville's reasoning to task, you thought him unsound to propose The principle of the first being the greater in a list. Specifically, you said, I don't think anyone ever uses it in the Bible. I responded giving an example contrary to your confident declaration that no such reasoning could be found, citing Colossians 1:15. Your excursus into the topic of primogeniture beyond the principle of order of merit is irrelevant, a dodge, and an obfuscation. It is worthy of note the focal point of Jeff aka Orville's post was Mercy, yours was a sandwich.

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