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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Left-Right alliance in Britain

Nationalists across Europe are learning that the ideological gap is smaller and easier to bridge than the globalist gap, as the British follow the Italian lead:
As a left-wing campaigner for 35 years, I’ve been arrested on picket lines, led anti-imperialist demonstrations and spoken at anti-deportation protests outside police stations. I’ve made speeches at street rallies, in prisons and universities and at pubs.

Yet yesterday, in an unexpected twist of events, I found myself sitting next to Nigel Farage, announcing my intention to stand as a candidate for his Brexit Party in the European elections on May 23....

Be in no doubt, this is a watershed moment for democracy. It’s been almost three years since 17.4 million people voted to Leave the EU – the largest popular mandate in British political history. But today, thanks to an ineffective Government and a cabal of staunchly Remain-supporting MPs, we remain shackled to Brussels. It is almost as if a referendum was never held.

Now, with countless MPs and members of the unelected House of Lords lining up to try to overturn the decision of the British people, democratic principles matter more than old party allegiances.

That hero of the Labour movement, Tony Benn, whose criticisms of the Brussels machine would make Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington Set shriek with disgust, once said ‘democracy is the most revolutionary thing in the world’.

How right he was. Without democracy, we are voiceless subjects. But with it, we are citizens armed with the power to change our destinies.

With every political party on the brink of bottling Brexit, now is the time to decide whether we want to be subjects or citizens; whether we want to defy the millions of British voters who opted for Brexit or show solidarity with the ordinary people who look on aghast at the cavalier way in which their voices are being expunged.

I’ll be damned if the Establishment should get away with this act of vote-vandalism.
The Brexit Party can win, not only in the European elections, but in the next national elections. This is a strategic replay of the left-right nationalist alliance between La Lega and Movimento Cinque Stelle that took power in Italy.

The American nationalist Right should follow a similar strategy.

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71 Comments:

Blogger weka April 24, 2019 5:05 AM  

The woman is hard left. But she is British first. This is getting historic: in the EU elwcrions expext the Toriea amd Labour to lose heavily

Blogger Tanjil Bren April 24, 2019 5:11 AM  

Until relatively recently, it was always the left hurling ball bearings under the mounted police during anti-globalisation demonstrations. That it's apparently taken them this long to start remembering their roots (and ignoring the latest leftist talking point memos) has been a little perplexing.

Blogger Don't Call Me Len April 24, 2019 5:39 AM  

With whom? Here in the US there isn't a mutual issue like Brexit, except may be an hatred of foreign wars, but both sides' history in that regard is woeful, and who are the American anti-immigration leftists, or even ones whose idea of "democracy" is more than "we need to get rid of the racist Electoral College!"?

Blogger Gregory the Great April 24, 2019 6:11 AM  

@3 Seeing the waves of migrants crossing the Southern border protected and supported by US politicians and Mexican cartels should be a worthy enough cause to fight back for anybody who cares just a little bit about their country and their culture.

Blogger SciVo April 24, 2019 6:19 AM  

The question is in what manner. In most parliamentary systems, it is relatively easy to make a new party and gain power in a new coalition. (They all differ in the details.)

In the American system, because optimal coalitions are intraparty rather than interparty, political realignments result in either party replacement or wholesale takeover. So the question is whether American nationalists should make a new party or try to take over the Republicans (since the Democrats are even worse globalists).

Blogger john darson April 24, 2019 6:20 AM  

Its possible that left-wingers who are dialectically responsive can be shown that anti-immigration is in fact conducive to most of their aims. If they believe in higher minimum wages and similar issues, then lax borders are certainly antithetical to that goal.

Blogger Duke Norfolk April 24, 2019 6:24 AM  

Don't Call Me Len wrote:With whom?

Indeed. Maybe there will emerge a leftist, anti-globalist element to align with, but right now they're all stuck on stupid, supporting the corporatist cabal, and diversity uber alles.

Blogger maniacprovost April 24, 2019 6:29 AM  

True democracy is when the left wins, because we express the will of the people, comrade.

Blogger DonReynolds April 24, 2019 6:54 AM  

Love of country and our people is the nexus that can make common cause between the Left and the Right.

We have seen it before (1972) in the USA with Democrats for Nixon, when New Deal Democrats and labor union hardhats broke ranks with the McGovern Radicals. We saw it also in 1964, when LBJ set the record for one-sided elections, by stomping Republican Barry Goldwater. Either party can dominate an election with an effective coalition.

Blogger Jim April 24, 2019 7:07 AM  

I can't think of one group on the left who are even civic nationalist Vox. What would be the common ground for an alliance?

Blogger Steb April 24, 2019 7:12 AM  

From an outsiders perspective, the American hard left seems to be almost non-existent. There's only the corporate backed psuedo-left.

Is there a significant Democrat politician that sides with labour against capital?

I dont think Yang counts

Blogger Doktor Jeep April 24, 2019 7:15 AM  

Not going to happen in the USA. We could try. But I don't see success.
What does England and Italy NOT have that the USA has?
Diversity.
And "left and right" here are headed for alignment along racial and ethnic lines. This is why the media already pushes "white nationlist" as a single boogey man. They already table-topped the entire thing and are doing it on purpose.

Blogger Valtandor Nought April 24, 2019 7:24 AM  

My guess is that the allies the "American nationalist Right" should cultivate are those who are pretty much shut out of politics.

In the US, I perceive there are a lot of people in the working and lower-middle classes. They would be called "of the Left" in that they know the status quo isn't working for them, and so they seek a rewrite of the social contract to be more in their favour: increased access to health care and education for themselves and their children, perhaps greater job security, easier home ownership, and so on. In the same way, they don't want themselves and their children to be outbid in the job market by endless waves of dirt-poor foreigners, and a good many of them probably have the guts to admit it; more so, I would guess, than the UMC "thought leaders" who have a lot to lose if they are known to embrace politically incorrect positions.

If the nationalist Right puts its hatred of "Socialism" on the back burner, it might be amazed at the results, though they wouldn't be instant. First determine who are to be the signatories to the social contract, then you can set about writing one that is fit for those people.

And that last sentence applies, I think, to all countries in this time of upheaval.

Blogger MendoScot April 24, 2019 7:26 AM  

Yup. The traditional Labour Party is dead, just a skin suit for identity politics. The Conservatives are even more cucked than the GOP, and the middle actually call themselves the CUK party. The sniping between UKIP and the Brexit Party is unfortunate but unsurprising.

If Farage isn't careful, he might find himself playing the Reluctant Prime Minister.

Blogger The Cooler April 24, 2019 7:32 AM  

With whom? Here in the US there isn't a mutual issue like Brexit, except may be an hatred of foreign wars, but both sides' history in that regard is woeful, and who are the American anti-immigration leftists, or even ones whose idea of "democracy" is more than "we need to get rid of the racist Electoral College!"?

There's the cartoon Left -- which everyone should be ignoring whenever possible anyway -- then there's liberals. In the real-world, that is. There is common ground with the latter. Student debt forgiveness comes to mind, as does states rights; you've already mentioned foreign wars.

I know plenty of self-identified liberals that understand what's happening at the southern border to be an invasion and even more that understand demographics as destiny.

Blogger wahr01 April 24, 2019 8:02 AM  

The UK has a brexit party called UKIP.

"Brexity Party" is Nigel Farage's ego as he throws heroes like Tommy Robinson under the bus and virtue signals to the frauds in the "news media".

At a time when the nation would have galvanized behind ukip, he launched a new "party" (where people subscribe and have no vote or selection say) which has served as a splitter for the Brexit Bloc.

Come next UK GE, the working class who are tired of the "diversity" wrecking their neighboroods will stick with UKIP and its close associations with Tommy Robinson, and the class-conscious cucks will go with Brexit Party, mitigating as much as possible the voice of the 2/3 of seats that voted leave.

It's all too transparent to be believed and yet these tool-sheds are going for it according to the polling I've read.

Blogger Nate April 24, 2019 8:02 AM  

Its more difficult to apply to America because America is not where the UK is in the timeline. The UK lost its autonomy. It is a slave state. As bad as things are in the US right now... the US is still autonomous. Here the left right divide is still larger than the globalist nationalist divide precisely because the left still views immigration as a way for them to win. They are still deluding themselves into thinking that replacing the population will give them the perma-power future they know in their heart is their ultimate birthright. It will not change until they lose control of the DNC completely.

Blogger Shimshon April 24, 2019 8:27 AM  

Soon SWPLs everywhere will say, "I've always been a Republican."

SJWs will claim they were closet Republicans before it was acceptable to come out.

Blogger Miguel April 24, 2019 8:33 AM  

The American Right is busy defending Israel and attacking "anti-semitism".

Blogger McChuck April 24, 2019 8:33 AM  

Except in America, the Leftist base is wholly for globalism and replacement immigration. We can maybe pick up the few remaining "blue dog" Democrats.

Blogger Alexander April 24, 2019 8:37 AM  

It isn't perhaps possible to the same extent but there are areas we can. The right would be well served by shedding the Chamber of Commerce GOP wing and going hard for the unions, for example. As well as making inroads on the Kucinich/Gabbard genuine anti-imperialist types.

It would be a start.

Blogger S1AL April 24, 2019 8:54 AM  

Agree with the above posters - there are common issues, enough to make a good list of them, but it's not really a nationalist/globalist thing yet. Sure, everyone would like to see action taken to regulate banking, student loans, pharmaceutical fraud, etc., but even then there's no agreement on problems and methods.

Blogger Ultrahardcore April 24, 2019 9:10 AM  

Is there a Nationalist Left in the United States?

Blogger Theo C. April 24, 2019 9:16 AM  

The American nationalist Right should follow a similar strategy.

Possible, if they can overcome their lingering affinities for normie conservatardism.

Blogger Up from the pond April 24, 2019 9:30 AM  

wahr01 wrote:Brexity Party" is Nigel Farage's ego as he throws heroes like Tommy Robinson under the bus

Stephen Yaxley (aka "Tommy Robinson") is a neocon at best.
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/former-edl-leader-tommy-robinson-pictured-holding-gun-on-israeli-tank-near-syrian-border-a3393256.html

The Cooler wrote:I know plenty of self-identified liberals that understand what's happening at the southern border to be an invasion and even more that understand demographics as destiny.

How many of them are under 60 years of age?

Nothing will hold the United States together. My advice, which you are getting for what it's worth, is to prepare yourself by training and by stocking up on ammunition or by supporting those who are doing this.

Blogger Quilp April 24, 2019 9:52 AM  

The establishment, fake right forms such a coalition with the corporate left (usually feigning moral outrage @ bad manners) whenever the interests of the white working class merge with those of the minority working class, or even the middle class. Divide and conquer immediately goes in full swing on CNN, the Times, WAPO, hell even ESPN. I don't know how you break that. Trump got just enough Bernie votes (or they stayed home), and young white man votes to win in 2016. But in 2018, the media had those on the right convinced again what really mattered was the suburban housewife vote.

Blogger InformationMerchant April 24, 2019 10:11 AM  

"spoken at anti-deportation protests outside police stations"

It's not the same left right alliance as Italy. It's not Le Pen types that are left on economics but want strong immigration enforcement.

Someone else put it well, I can't find the exact quote. When the Brexit party launched, it talked about free trade and other economic things. UKIP is the anti Islam, pro borders party.


I still think Farage's timing is good. The easiest way to get Conservative voters is to give them no anti-cuck barrier at all.

Blogger VFM #7634 April 24, 2019 10:39 AM  

Trump has been doing his best, which is how he picked up states like MI and PA. And he'd better repeat that feat in 2020.

As to whether any other GOP pols got the memo, though...

Blogger Jeroth April 24, 2019 11:28 AM  

Miguel wrote:The American Right is busy defending Israel and attacking "anti-semitism".

I wish I was as good at ignoring it as Vox is, because it is really demoralizing.

Blogger Nate April 24, 2019 11:32 AM  

"How many of them are under 60 years of age?"

a lot of them.

Note the story today that Sanders supporters are already saying if Bernie doesn't get the nomination they will be voting for Trump. Again.

Blogger John Best. April 24, 2019 11:36 AM  

It is always interesting how the traditional right-left are nationalist allies. Proving once again the divide is nationalist vs globalist, not working class vs middle class or left vs right. We saw this with the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the Loyalists forming the middle class right-wing UDA and working class left wing UVF to fight the globalists. I still don't trust Farage, but it is good to see left-wing people move towards to truth of nationalism.

Blogger John Best. April 24, 2019 11:46 AM  

@16 you make some fair points. It is the enablers of evil exploiting the feud and divisions without our nation. The only way to defeat it is for the working class to stop wanting to lead everything and for the middle class to give up their devotion to the state and being governed. The Aristocracy is just waiting to rule over its nation and people once again, if you want them to.

Blogger wahr01 April 24, 2019 12:27 PM  

@25

"Stephen Yaxley (aka "Tommy Robinson") is a neocon at best."

And Farage attacks him as if he's the Charlottesville Driver.
That's the nature of "Brexit Party"

Blogger The Cooler April 24, 2019 12:29 PM  

How many of them are under 60 years of age?

Essentially all of them. I'm guessing you're a Yankee.

Nothing will hold the United States together.

A likelihood is not a fait accompli and you'll answer for tossing your hands in the air, if that's what you're doing.

My advice, which you are getting for what it's worth, is to prepare yourself by training and by stocking up on ammunition or by supporting those who are doing this.

Water is indeed wet, son.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia April 24, 2019 12:38 PM  

wahr01 wrote:The UK has a brexit party called UKIP.

"Brexity Party" is Nigel Farage's ego as he throws heroes like Tommy Robinson under the bus and virtue signals to the frauds in the "news media".


I understand where your coming from, but I think this is a bit harsh. Nigel thought his time was done with Brexit, and that he could go on to do things other than parliamentary politics.

Meanwhile, this is politics, and Nigel I believe, rightly, knows that he has to have a party whose sole focus is getting out. Yes, true, he has to pander somewhat to the BBC/SKY "aren't you going to be an islamophobic movement?" crap, but deflecting that will only provide more focus to the real mission: getting out.

Other stuff is further down the to-do list.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia April 24, 2019 12:44 PM  

The Cooler wrote:
There's the cartoon Left -- which everyone should be ignoring whenever possible anyway -- then there's liberals. In the real-world, that is. There is common ground with the latter. Student debt forgiveness comes to mind, as does states rights; you've already mentioned foreign wars.

I know plenty of self-identified liberals that understand what's happening at the southern border to be an invasion and even more that understand demographics as destiny.


That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women HATE Trump. They are the reason the House was lost, because in swing districts and in former California Republican districts, these women find Trump appalling and would like to castrate him.

Barring a depression, or some foreign war/entanglement, Trump is likely to win. But the female hatred is palpable. They vote with their pussies.

Blogger SciVo April 24, 2019 12:49 PM  

Ultrahardcore wrote:Is there a Nationalist Left in the United States?

Yes. In 2015-16, I actually had a pact with a Bernie supporter that I would vote for him if he got nominated and Trump didn't, and in the reverse case she would vote for Donnie Two-Scoops. (She did.) So yes, they actually exist IRL.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash April 24, 2019 12:50 PM  

wahr01 wrote:At a time when the nation would have galvanized behind ukip, he launched a new "party" (where people subscribe and have no vote or selection say) which has served as a splitter for the Brexit Bloc.


There is no Brexit Bloc. Farage is giving CUK voters who would never ever vote for UKIP an alternative. By launching it so close to the election, the press hasn't had time to villify the party.
Essentially the Brexit party is a straightforward route around the CUK leadership.

Blogger wahr01 April 24, 2019 12:56 PM  

@35

CUK is a remain party.
Brexit Party exists to spoil Ukip.
Farage is a much more potent version of McMuffin-head from Utah in 2016.
He and his parties are splitters to draw people away from Ukip so neither win.

Blogger RusticFederalist April 24, 2019 1:06 PM  

Dear liberals, help us save the bees.

Blogger Laramie Hirsch April 24, 2019 1:07 PM  

"‘democracy is the most revolutionary thing in the world’. How right he was. Without democracy, we are voiceless subjects. But with it, we are citizens armed with the power to change our destinies."

I call bullshit. Democracy already showed itself to be a failure. Three years after the Brexit vote, and still they are stuck in the EU. Democracy in this case has achieved exactly what can be expected: power was channeled back into the oligarchy which TRULY reigns the people. I don't think there is a political or "democratic" solution for leaving the EU.

Even the left-winger in the article admits what I've just said: "It’s been almost three years since 17.4 million people voted to Leave the EU – the largest popular mandate in British political history. But today, thanks to an ineffective Government and a cabal of staunchly Remain-supporting MPs, we remain shackled to Brussels. It is almost as if a referendum was never held."

Blogger The Cooler April 24, 2019 1:08 PM  

That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women [...]

You Yankees sure got problems.

Blogger SciVo April 24, 2019 1:35 PM  

The Cooler wrote:That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women [...]

You Yankees sure got problems.


We don't even talk about the urban ones. A lost cause.

Blogger Damelon Brinn April 24, 2019 1:55 PM  

I don't think there's a left-wing voting bloc or organization in the US that could be brought wholesale into a Left-Right alliance. There are many individuals, though, basically today's version of Reagan Democrats. Their objection to the Right is based largely on their perception, correct or not, of it as the side of Big Business, the Military-Industrial Complex, and Nazis. So appealing to them is pretty simple and fits into a nationalist platform: trust-busting, bringing home troops, student loan relief (if charged to the schools instead of taxpayers), Build The Wall to protect Americans and jobs even if it cuts into corporate profits, and break up the subversive media so it can't continue to enforce the right-wing stereotype.

Bring over enough individuals, and at some point their institutions should come with them.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia April 24, 2019 2:02 PM  

The Cooler wrote:That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women [...]

You Yankees sure got problems.


We most certainly do.

Blogger Student in Blue April 24, 2019 2:41 PM  

The only nationalists who are of the left in America that I've met would technically be the nationalist socialists. And Alt-Retard has already pooped the bed dozens and dozens of times.

Other than that, I can't recall any leftist I've seen in America who gave a damn about immigration and the border other than "more" and "faster".

Blogger Nate April 24, 2019 3:12 PM  

"That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women [...]
"

You're not talking about you who think you're talking. You're confusing soccer moms with urban single cat ladies... the most easily manipulated and emotionally retarded people on the planet.

Well shit we are certainly lost if don't figure them out....

/facepalm

See... you left out a very important word. You left out "single". Single suburban white women.

Of which there are actually aren't very many. The problem is single urban white women. Suburban women are suburban because they are married and have families. They mostly voted for trump.

Blogger eclecticme April 24, 2019 3:28 PM  

@16. wahr01 April 24, 2019 8:02 AM
The UK has a brexit party called UKIP.

Yes. In the next GE the candidate with the most votes in each district(?) wins. There is no run off. I also fear that UKIP and the Brexit party will split the Brexit votes. In the EU parliament election I don't think that matters much.

Blogger Hammerli 280 April 24, 2019 3:36 PM  

Trump did it. Reagan did it 36 years earlier.

Short form: There are large factions on the Right and on the Left who are not diametrically opposed. Their interests lie at an angle to each other, and it's possible to give them both around two-thirds of what they want.

For example, the Reagan/Trump formula was to give the Right conservative social issues, give the center-left a Leftist economic policy.

And both sides can play this game. A Democrat who really wanted to siphon votes away from the GOP could run on a solidly pro-2A platform, strong national security. People talk about Socialism...the Dirty Little Secret is that Socialism sells a hell of a lot better with a generous dollop of Nationalism. Hitler wasn't as stupid as he's made out to be.

Blogger HMS Defiant April 24, 2019 6:01 PM  

I will believe it when they start counting dead members of parliament with an abacus.

Blogger wahr01 April 24, 2019 6:57 PM  

@49

"both sides can play this game. A Democrat who really wanted to siphon votes away from the GOP could run on a solidly pro-2A platform"

Not since the Clinton era when Democrats who campaigned as "pro-gun" blanket-banned rifles. Since then, despite their "i'm not after your guns" platitudes in election GOP-favored election years, they have mercilessly steam-rolled "gun control" even into swing states like CO and FL

Nobody who cares about the 2nd believes anything "pro-gun" a Democrat has to say. They are all Swallwells: every single one.

Blogger DonReynolds April 24, 2019 7:42 PM  

Hammerli 280 wrote:Trump did it. Reagan did it 36 years earlier.

Short form: There are large factions on the Right and on the Left who are not diametrically opposed. Their interests lie at an angle to each other, and it's possible to give them both around two-thirds of what they want.

For example, the Reagan/Trump formula was to give the Right conservative social issues, give the center-left a Leftist economic policy.


Absolutely correct....and we see this already in the 2020 election. The ideologues and purists are going to be shoved aside pretty quickly.

It would be a serious mistake to think that people on the Right or Left are going to climb over their own barricades and join the other side. Not going to happen.

What will happen is both the Left and the Right are going to move toward the center, because it is the center that decides elections....they cast the deciding vote.

So we see Bernie getting wiser by walking away from some of the more radical proposals on the Left...Medicare for All, open borders, and confiscatory taxation. Trump will do the same thing and offer things that will make the Right puke outright. Both are going to tack to the center and anyone who does not is going to be standing on the side of the road. So yes, Trump will continue to cave even more and Bernie will pretend to not be a radical communist. But I disagree that organized labor is the prize (anymore). There are simply too few of them these days.

If you want to carry the coal states, you cannot make war on coal. If you want to carry the black or hispanic vote, then you have to pander, but if you pander too much, the net could be a loss.

Blogger HoosierHillbilly April 24, 2019 7:49 PM  

Those wondering about where the nationalistic left is must not bum around the Midwest. We have a huge block of people that are of the pro-union, pro-labor mindset that feel they have been forgotten as the Rust Belt collapsed around us. Exactly what Trump tapped into, and pointed the course. They have been voting Democrat for years, due to old party loyalties, but are starting to come around at a level below the leadership. Even those not in a union themselves, typically know someone who works the trades and have some sentiment there. You bring them along with the nationalistic message, they bring along the wives and communities slowly and surely.

Blogger Dirk Manly April 24, 2019 8:06 PM  

@36

"That sounds good, but here's the problem. Liberal suburban white women HATE Trump."

Only because he won't sleep with them.

Blogger Rhys April 24, 2019 8:27 PM  

Absolutely. If there's one thing we can count on, it's the magical phenomenon where all the people who voted for Hillary poof out of history, once hating her becomes cultural norm. Why be held accountable when you can just lie and pretend you never did anything?

Blogger Rhys April 24, 2019 8:36 PM  

The left won't ally with the right in America simply becauze the alternative strategy has worked well for them over the last decades. Treating the right as beyond the pale has gotten conservatives to cuck many, many times. That said, Trump is the first sign of this strategy losing its effeciveness, so it's not here to stay. I wouldn't count the dems giving up that tactic for a while though. People are always really slow to change from a previously winnning strategy.

Blogger damaris.tighe April 24, 2019 10:43 PM  

Farage is long-sighted and deliberate.
His public row with UKIP about the presence of The Racist Abomination Tommy Robinson positions him to peel off the many timid Normies for Brexit in EU and UK elections.

UKIP should recognise this, support Farage and get the job done.

Islam can be next.

Blogger damaris.tighe April 24, 2019 10:52 PM  

InformationMerchant wrote:I still think Farage's timing is good. The easiest way to get Conservative voters is to give them no anti-cuck barrier at all.

Farage has designed his party as a machine to transfer Conservative voters and independents to his column, and people will back the strong horse...

Blogger sammibandit April 25, 2019 12:34 AM  

There's got to be a lot of Labour voters who are anti-scab. And that's what the invasion force is: scabs. William of Normandy had ~20,000 in his invasion. Not a lot compared to England's 3.5M in 1086. Lots and lots of scabs and scablets. Union boosters sure hate forces that give management a stronger position to negotiate.

I've had luck finding common ground with left wing boomers, especially if they've military experience, when talking about neoliberal foreign policy. Spiritually they are drawn to Europe or Asia, obviously. Domestic policy is harder to crack for me.

Talking to the young left is much harder than the elder cohort, especially if they're in any way Hispanic or sycophantic to it. Your mileage may vary depending on what you read as but I've always found them unnecessarily aggressive or obnoxious.

OTT if Texas falls, Alberta falls, then Canada falls. Canada is your biggest economic partner.

Blogger wahr01 April 25, 2019 2:03 AM  

@58

Nothing helps Brexiteers win like splitting the vote so Labour has the plurality.. oh wait.

Blogger Up from the pond April 25, 2019 8:48 AM  

@34

"Essentially" all of them? I guess that means most of them.

No, I'm not a Yankee. I'm a g-g-g-grandson of Randall McCoy. The following is what I think of the dead-as-a-doornail Union:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT50xE1TMIo

Blogger dumnonia-watchman April 25, 2019 9:06 AM  

Democracy is just another terrible version of liberalism. Awful system. Women voting, totally ridiculous. Men voting, crazy.

Pure theonomy, that's what we ought to be pushing for. Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Simple. Perfect.

Blogger The Cooler April 25, 2019 11:33 AM  

No, I'm not a Yankee.

My sincerest apologies.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd April 25, 2019 11:53 AM  

Dumnonia, when can we expect that market crash your god had scheduled?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash April 25, 2019 1:03 PM  

dumnonia-watchman wrote:Pure theonomy, that's what we ought to be pushing for. Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Simple. Perfect.
We can do that just as soon as you return to perfect obedience to His representative on Earth, Pope Francis.

Blogger Iron Spartan April 25, 2019 1:18 PM  

The US is always a year or two behind Europe in trends. If a nationalistic Left starts rising in Europe, we will see the same here eventually, but someone with some clout will have to stake out the position. Bernie is the closest to being a left wing nationalist on the main stage right now, and it triggers most of the Berntards to hear him not repeat globalist talking points. I can't see any others trying.

Blogger The Cooler April 25, 2019 1:23 PM  

@64 LOL relentless.

Blogger dumnonia-watchman April 25, 2019 6:24 PM  

I did reply, but the comment didn't get through, not sure why.

Soon, His name is Jehovah btw.

Blogger dumnonia-watchman April 25, 2019 6:48 PM  

The Romans were the first of many to pervert the truth. Jesus says call no man your father on earth, Satan says do the opposite, via his Roman stooges. Rome took us far far away from theonomy, for their own benefit, not God's.

Blogger The Cooler April 26, 2019 6:38 AM  

The Almighty has just now reminded me why rule by the priestly caste is so dangerous for a People.

The Priestly are prone to consumption by their own ecstasies and are exemplars, when exemplars, of asceticism-gone-wild.

Beware the Propheteer.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd April 26, 2019 11:45 AM  

dumnonia-watchman wrote:Soon, His name is Jehovah btw.

My God said His name was I AM.

By the way, when is that market crash your god promised you scheduled for now?

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