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Monday, February 10, 2020

Nationalism keeps rising

It's not about Left and Right anymore. It's about not being a part of the neo-liberal global establishment:
Shock election results in Germany and Ireland are signs of a political earthquake that rumbles on across Europe and with more polls penned in for this year, the voter upsets will roll on much to the dismay of the establishment.

The political tremors rumble on in Germany after the main governing party lost its leader and future chancellor Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer amid the self-flagellation of an AfD-assisted win for the CDU in a regional German vote.

Elsewhere, Ireland’s general election resulted in the previously unthought of scenario of Sinn Féin (which started its life as the political wing of the paramilitary IRA) topping the poll.

Both incidents are part of a massive seismic shift that has hit politics in the Western world and shows no sign of easing, and while the career politicians and their pals sit around and scratch their heads, puzzling over what went wrong and why they didn’t see it, they fail to acknowledge one simple truth that every voter knows.

The problem is them.
It's interesting to observe that governments that were for decades considered to be bad and unrepresentational are now much more popular, and much more trusted by their people, than the nominally "free" governments of the so-called democratic West.

But people have learned that their foreign-dominated governments simply don't have their best interests in mind, in fact, they don't have any interests in common with the people at all. This is why the wars of the 21st century are very likely going to be far more vicious than the wars of the 20th century, and why many, if not most, of them will be fought within the borders of the state.

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Blogger DJ | AMDG February 10, 2020 7:36 PM  

How long before establishment politicians begin to change their tune of nationalism/globalism in an effort to survive into the next era with at least some influence and position? And will “most people” remember that these new (but old) nationalist leaning politicians were once part of the problem no matter how zealous they are about the new solution?

Blogger The Course of Empire February 10, 2020 7:41 PM  

I thought the same about Sinn Fein, to a point, even though they are still globohomo open borders types (not the old guard IRA nationalists). I suspect many of the Irish voters were thinking they'd be more liek the old Ireland for the Irish types and will soon mourn their choice, but it may red pill them more to see the only real options are the nationalists.

Blogger CharityBear February 10, 2020 7:45 PM  

It is always good news when you have career politicians biting their nails knowing that their time is soon going to be up.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 10, 2020 7:47 PM  


It's interesting to observe that governments that were for decades considered to be bad and unrepresentational are now much more popular, and much more trusted by their people, than the nominally "free" governments of the so-called democratic West.


Dictatorships keep a better eye on the mood of the mob than "democracies".

"The governed always has force on it's side." - Jerry Pournelle.

Blogger Jose Miguel February 10, 2020 7:47 PM  

Smaller political states are more responsive to the people in them, and the political makeup can switch on a dime. There will be far more than 180 independent political states in the world by the end of the century. The beast won't get the one world system it wants this time.

Blogger SciVo February 10, 2020 7:49 PM  

As I say, race is a hoax to distract from class and ethnicity. What cannot go on forever will eventually end, and the longer we suffer under the rule of TWANLOC that openly despise us, the more violent the inevitable reaction will invariably be.

Blogger cecilhenry February 10, 2020 7:56 PM  


You deal with the traitor shooting you in the back FIRST.


Western politicians and elites: The people who look like you, who want to speak for you, who want to control you, but have NO loyalty to you.

https://imgur.com/DzzLWAT.png

Blogger weka February 10, 2020 7:57 PM  

Sadly agree. Ukraine is the first war where this has been explicit: EU globalists vs. nationalists.

(Dissolution of Yugoslavia was too clean to be a good model of these civil wars).

Blogger Azimus February 10, 2020 8:05 PM  

Two things.

As much as it has served them as a weapon to pump degeneracy and filth into every home on the planet, the internet has been their undoing. The strategy of the long march has always been the unseen guiding hand, the soft whispers on the wind saying "religion is your oppressor, restraint is for cowards and pinchpennies, your heroes hate you, sleep with whomever you want, your neighbor is your enemy." Sometimes these schemes would be exposed, and the long marchers lose a tentacle to the good guys but they could retreat to the shadows to rebuild, and shift their resources into other tentacles. But the internet has made it so there are no shadows - their slimy appendages can be traced back to the beast - and while the strength is not really there to battle it (that is The Lamb's fight afterall), the information is there to see it for what it is, and everyone knows it.

Second, at least in my little slice of America, I don't see there being a ton of violence - at least, a ton of centrally organized violence. I suppose the propaganda machines and the enraging atrocities have not really started in earnest, but I think the same vehicles that atomized the culture also created a population of selfish, lazy - and here's the main point - UNUSABLE narcisists. The youth may be the main topic of conversation in this regard but the "look out for #1" ethos is universal in society. To have a war you need an army - and I don't think there's a lot of building material available at this point. This is also the crew that couldn't manage to call willing witnesses on the impeachment trial, and fouled up the Iowa caucus, the group that promoted a mid-wit bartender as a national spokesperson and a plagiarising billionaire republican as their last best hope against the GE. Maybe I'm an optimist but I just don't see these guys launching the Reign of Terror 2.0.

Blogger Shane Bradman February 10, 2020 8:07 PM  

My favourite world leader at the moment is Putin. The West has to play catch up now in order to stay relevant.

Blogger Dr Caveman February 10, 2020 8:08 PM  

I keep reading about these "shock elections"... Trump, Brexit, Australia's right wing government. It's only shocking to media shills who spent the last decade circle jerking in their echo chambers.

Can't wait till November, because the Trumpslide is going to be the mother all of Triggerings

Blogger Karen took the Kids February 10, 2020 8:23 PM  

Sinn Féin are nothing but a shell of the party they were.

They are a left wing socialist party complete with all the globohomo trappings one would expect.

They are fake nationalists.

On the bright side there's the possibility that the uneducated electorate voted for a perceived nationalist party.

My country will realise all too soon they've elected another set of wolves in sheeps clothing.

Blogger Akulkis February 10, 2020 8:24 PM  

Civil wars are usually the most vicious.

Wars between nations are usually about control of territory and resources, but not the people living on them.

Civil wars are about controlling people, and so usually neither side is as willing to take prisoners or be captured, nor to give the other side's non-combatants any benefit for not fighting.

Americans should not view any future conflict through the lens of the 1861-65 war, as that was a failed war for independence, not a true civil war. A better guide is what Markko has said about the Finnish civil war.

Blogger Sean February 10, 2020 8:32 PM  

The 2 election cycle prediction coming true!

Blogger damaris.tighe February 10, 2020 8:35 PM  

"Red Pill Germany" provides quality coverage of German politics and culture and usually provides a ton of references for further reading.

Blogger OvergrownHobbit February 10, 2020 8:49 PM  

Warren in the White House with the Corona Virus. I just re-read Mr. Diego's The Last Centurion.

Yes, I know Pres. Warrick was modeled on the American Dilma Rouseff. But Warren is a perfect fit...

Blogger Ahărôwn February 10, 2020 8:59 PM  

Considering how vicious the wars of the 20th century have been, that's a sobering thought.

May God show mercy on all of us.

Blogger Tanjil Bren February 10, 2020 9:10 PM  

"This is why the wars of the 21st century are very likely going to be far more vicious than the wars of the 20th century, and why many, if not most, of them will be fought within the borders of the state."

Violent civil war is no stretch, I agree. I do wonder at how these conflicts will be fought, though, particularly in the Anglosphere, where most have been disarmed.

Blogger English Tom February 10, 2020 9:46 PM  

I could be wrong but from what I understand, Sinn Fein are on board with the globohomo agenda.

Blogger Paddy J S February 10, 2020 9:46 PM  

I'm an Irish teacher and right now and there is widespread shock amongst many people that Sinn Fein did so well. Don't for a minute be fooled lads with the idea they are a nationalist party. In name yes and yes they seek the unification of Ireland.
But they are globalists. They support all the degeneracy of the globalist left. They have taken money from soros. They want hate speech laws and profoundly want to change Ireland. They are open borders, for abortion on demand and have no problems jumping into bed with far left mobns if it suits them.
They won primarily because they promised to resolve Ireland housing and health crisis. They won't. But they lied shamelessly

Blogger Paddy J S February 10, 2020 9:53 PM  

Oh and for those who don't know the history of Sinn Fein in modern Ireland they are simply the political front for the Provisional IRA. A terrorist organisation which failed to unite Ireland and was so badly infiltrated by MI5 that many of their top leaders were working for British security services. Even to this day it's widely believed many are still on her Majesty's pay. Google Freddie scapatacchi if you don't believe me

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 February 10, 2020 9:54 PM  

It is odd how every Western government seems to not have the interests of its own citizenry in mind. Even the United States, which is supposed to be one pulling the strings, doesn't seem to have the interests of Americans at heart, save for President Trump.

I wonder who is really pulling the strings. It's not just Soros. There's got to be some others at his level engaged in this nonsense as well. Has anyone attempted to map out all the people who have influence over our governments? Maybe there are some correlations there that we have yet to uncover.

Blogger Fargoth February 10, 2020 9:55 PM  

God bless the Irish

Blogger Renbo February 10, 2020 9:57 PM  

Americans and especially my millennial peers still don't seem to get this. It's surprising how many of them visit Europe and praise their country and it's observable homogeneity in comparison and condemn those that want something similar. "Austria is a nation we should be like them" then in the same breath "America is an idea and should be open to everyone".

Blogger Doktor Jeep February 10, 2020 10:00 PM  

"You can set the controls for the heart or the knees
And the meek'll inherit what they damn well please
Get ahead, go figure, go ahead and pull the trigger
Everything under the gun"
-- Sisters of Mercy

Blogger VFM #7634 February 10, 2020 10:26 PM  

@Paddy J S

Hopefully the Irish will eventually move on from their Alt-Retards to real nationalists.

Blogger jeffinjapan February 10, 2020 10:27 PM  

Until Western countries begin removing the small hats from political office and cultural centers and then repatriate them, I fear no significant change will happen. The chosen ones have infiltrated every nook and cranny and are so very close to collapsing the West. But....I am a Christian so I have hope that somehow, someway all is not lost.

Blogger sammibandit February 10, 2020 10:38 PM  

For those in the know how crucial is it nationally that Thuringia is voting AfD? Do we expect to see this election as a rampart for exponential gains?

Blogger Tanjil Bren February 10, 2020 11:05 PM  

"Australia's right wing government..."

I hate to burst your bubble, but Australia's Federal Government is *not* right wing. They just pretend they are.

For example, they will all make muscular noises, like not allowing illegal entry by boat, which is *highly* unpopular with the public, but they'll let them in via the front door in their hundreds of thousands per year (and in fact were the ones that started the most recent mass influx), and they'll happily sell out our heritage, and sometimes even more gleefully than their openly left wing opposition.

The only really conservative force in the Australian Federal Parliament is a party called One Nation, which is minutely represented and routinely lambasted and ridiculed by the MSM.

Blogger Tanjil Bren February 10, 2020 11:10 PM  

"America is an idea and should be open to everyone"

Exactly.

I questioned the 'immigration is good' mantra on a notionally 'conservative' mainstream Australian media blog some time ago. Nothing more inflammatory than the basic question: *why* is it good?

The comment was posted, stayed up for a little while, and then vanished.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 10, 2020 11:42 PM  

Interesting... American Samoans still in Samoa do not want to be full citizens, unlike some of their co-ethnics in the States
https://apnews.com/f14d76dad1e8344428135128025dcf3a

Blogger Wraith February 10, 2020 11:52 PM  

@25: But are you living for love?

Blogger tublecane February 11, 2020 12:42 AM  

Neoliberalism is not some special phenomenon Beyond Regular Politics that gets to be Neither Right Nor Left. It's definitely to the left of me, and as such it is still "about" left and right for me. As much as such things ever were.

What is normally meant by such things, I assume, is that it's beyond settled battle lines, but if course those are largely a result of mass media and academic manipulation. And when did those institutions ever get anything right? I mean, imagine Nazis as the extreme right. What a laugh.

I'll take the (false) beyond left or right narrative over a popular alternative, which is the dreaded dialectic. Because I don't want to know what the synthesis between globalism and nationalism might be.

Blogger Scuzzaman February 11, 2020 1:10 AM  

Every action has its equal and opposite reaction.

The funniest thing is that the resurgent nationalists wouldn’t even exist if not for a century of persistent and deranged globohomoism.

If the EU was still a common market the Brits would still be in it.

But globohomos gonna globohomo.

Blogger Robert What? February 11, 2020 2:11 AM  

Hopefully there are enough real Germans left to push back the tide. But first they have to shake off the yoke of the Holocaust hoax.

Blogger Akulkis February 11, 2020 2:13 AM  

@22

"I wonder who is really pulling the strings. It's not just Soros. There's got to be some others at his level engaged in this nonsense as well. Has anyone attempted to map out all the people who have influence over our governments? Maybe there are some correlations there that we have yet to uncover."

David Horowitz started a project like that at the domestic level.

www.discoverthenetworks.org

I'm sure a wiki could be used expand DTN's info into the international level

Blogger Bernard Korzeniewicz February 11, 2020 2:19 AM  

@tublecane
The Right and the Left were introduced to by The French Revolution.
They were introduced because Devil = "The one who slanders\divides"

Bankers introduced this divide to make us forget the unity of feudalism, where usury was forbidden.

Blogger Clay February 11, 2020 2:42 AM  

I simply don't see how this nation can ever be united again. I see these stupids on TV saying, The hatred on both sides, the "polarization",is so terrible...it makes me nauseated.. The Dems hate Trump so bad, for which I find hard to grasp, for what reason, and ask them to specify their grievance...they can't. It's just, "liar, liar, racist...etc." For the Dems to take any credit for USMCA is just laughable. All this Impeachment crap was about Ukraine. Who gives a crap about Ukraine? What POSSIBLE National Security interest could Ukraine have to the US? Their gateway to Western Europe?. Well, who's problem is that? Now Markku can correct me, but I think The Province of Ukraine has long, long been under Soviet/Russian control. When the Soviet Union broke-up, the Ukrainians actually tried to seize a portion of the Russian Black Seas fleet. Apparently, they weren't stupid enough the try and keep the nuclear missiles they also got. Russia took their ports back, maybe with some of the ships they constructed. The Black sea is mightily important to Russia, as it's their only "warm water" ports.

As far as the "hatred" thing goes, Repubs are just saying, "leave the guy alone!" let him fall on his own sword.

If it isn't broken; don't fix it.

Blogger Yukichi Sensei February 11, 2020 2:55 AM  

The reaction will be different around the world.

The US civil war, will be more of purple of the Praetorian Guard, making a general the leader. Then there will be civil war, factionalism, somewhat like Rome.

Weaker military nations will be more straight up street fights.

People may be predicting it too soon, I'd guess USA is early Imperial, late Republic, we just cannot see it. Once the multipolar world hits hard, we will see.

Blogger John Rockwell February 11, 2020 4:32 AM  

Attempt to subvert Nationalism into homo-degeneracy in 1,2..

Blogger John Rockwell February 11, 2020 4:35 AM  

@tublecane

The Imperium of Antichrist who rules all Nations, tribes and languages not affiliated with God(Revelation 11:9)

Nations will remain distinct. But the tower of Babel will return figuartively speaking.

Blogger John Rockwell February 11, 2020 4:37 AM  

@tubercane
Actually its (Revelation 13:7) my mistake.

Blogger Dr. T February 11, 2020 4:40 AM  

The article mixed up some facts on the election in Germany. It was not the chancellor-party CDU that was elected into government in Thuringia, but the liberal (in the European sense) FDP. Which curiously is the smallest party in that parliament, but CDU did not even field a candidate but voted for FDP. They did not really want to win, though. Everybody expected that the left coalition led by the communists would win by default, as no candidate had a majority. But the right-wing AfD caught everyone by surprise by not voting for their own candidate (which had no chance anyway), but for FDP, too, giving them a majority. And the FDP candidate quite bravely accepted, toppling the communist government.

Normally, this would be utterly unimportant. Thuringia is one of the smaller states of Germany. No majorities in the national chamber would be changed by any coalition there. And the parties involved did not strike any deal at all with AfD, were in fact renouncing them without interruption. However, the reaction of the rest of the political establishment was so over the top that any pretence that the nominally center-right parties are not actually in league with the leftists is gone. Currently it seems like the long-awaited showdown between the remaining conservatives in the CDU and the leftists that dominated the party in recent years is finally coming to pass.

As for the effect this little stunt will have for the AfD: For some reason the term Xanathos Gambit comes to mind.

Blogger Storm Rhode February 11, 2020 5:24 AM  

I think Soros is the front man for the owners of the world, for the simple reason he'd be dead or in one prison or another if powerful interests were not protecting him.

Blogger bramley February 11, 2020 5:32 AM  

tublecane wrote:
I don't want to know what the synthesis between globalism and nationalism might be.


Looks like the current iteration of Sinn Féin is pretty close to being just that.

Blogger SciVo February 11, 2020 5:59 AM  

@tublecane;

Neoliberalism is not some special phenomenon Beyond Regular Politics that gets to be Neither Right Nor Left. It's definitely to the left of me, and as such it is still "about" left and right for me. As much as such things ever were.

Your hands have no politics. So, to put politics on a single axis is to refer to the local contest over unsettled questions.

So, to say that something is neither Left nor Right is to say that it was a locally settled question, but no longer.

I'll take the (false) beyond left or right narrative over a popular alternative, which is the dreaded dialectic. Because I don't want to know what the synthesis between globalism and nationalism might be.

Impwrialism. 1984.

Blogger Boomer55 February 11, 2020 7:03 AM  

It's amazing how left liberalism so dominated the West up to now. A lot of people give me surprised looks when I tell them the true right wing governments left in the Modern world are "Ackchyually" in the Muslim World with Constitutional Monarchies. Even Russia may consider a monarchy again, I bet.

Blogger tuberman February 11, 2020 7:48 AM  

Nationalism = a good thing, no matter the consequences.

Blogger English Tom February 11, 2020 7:53 AM  

Freddie Scapaticchi AKA Stake knife

Blogger Ominous Cowherd February 11, 2020 8:56 AM  

DJ | AMDG wrote:How long before establishment politicians begin to change their tune of nationalism/globalism in an effort to survive into the next era with at least some influence and position?
Probably not until the Ruling Class loses its grip on power.

The political class will cling to their offices and their graft. Right now the ruling class controls the offices and the graft, so they control the political class. Attacking the political class, the recognizable names who get elected or appointed to public office, is only useful if it harms the ruling class.

Blogger John Rockwell February 11, 2020 10:52 AM  

@tuberman

I think the causation is backwards. Nationalism isnt good regardless of consequences.

But that precisely that it is good in consequences that validates it.

If however the consequences end up self-destructive then matters are different.



Blogger rotekz February 11, 2020 11:19 AM  

Yoram Hazony has gone full Nationalist Gatekeeper.

https://twitter.com/yhazony/status/1227019216349429760
https://twitter.com/yhazony/status/1226292361862557696

Blogger PolitiCrump February 11, 2020 1:22 PM  

It's clear that nationalism is on the rise, otherwise you wouldn't see the fake neo-nationalists like Hazony trying to co-opt the movements.

Blogger sammibandit February 11, 2020 4:28 PM  

Thanks Dr. T. Much appreciated.

Blogger Sir William Bradford February 11, 2020 10:04 PM  

Same thought here.

Blogger tuberman February 12, 2020 12:32 PM  

51. John Rockwell

Implied context in reference to VD's article: If you state full context on the surface, it often gets long winded. Today, all Nationalism opposes the NWO Globalists, and you know that.

Yes, but what I said suggests a context, as in Nationalism vs GloboHomo inversion, AND MEANING NATIONALISM, DESPITE SOME NEGATIVE TRANSITIONS IS BETTER THAN THE SATANIC WORLD. Yep, I could have stated that, but it was more fun waiting for some (((niggler))) to carp.

Blogger Johnny February 12, 2020 4:24 PM  

@36

Horowitz is a globalist who left the New Left because they weren't pro-Israel enough. Just look how biased against antizionist the articles on that page you linked are. He'll name low level antizionists rather than going after high up Globalists like the Rothschilds. Horowitz will only go as high as Soros and will leave out the diaspora-centric motivations behind Soros' actions (Soros son admitted to them).

Blogger Akulkis February 13, 2020 9:29 PM  

@Johnny

I concur with your assessment of Horowitz.

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