First They Ignore You, Then You Laugh At Them, Then You Win: How The “Cuckservative” Meme Is Undermining...

mattlewsGandhi probably never uttered his most quoted aphorism: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” but many dissident movements--both before and after the misquote—have adopted it to describe their hoped-for trajectory from marginalization to victory. [ The 10 most famous things never actually said, by Eoin O’Carroll, Christian Science Monitor, June 3, 2011]

For the past several years, Conservatism Inc. and the Main Stream Media have effectively ignored the Dissident Right and all other heretical thinkers on race. In fact, the only time groups like American Renaissance or typically receive any attention is when the Left tries to tie them tenuously to Conservatism Inc. and/or nutjobs like Dylann Roof.

Well, now, the Establishment. Left and Right, is paying attention to race realists—but they aren’t laughing at us, we’re laughing at them. Over the past few months, snarky right wingers have popularized the term “cuckservative”—a portmanteau of cuckold and conservative—on social media and message boards, most notably the website and Facebook group, The Right Stuff, My Posting Career, and twitter accounts like @Cuckservative and Snark Enlightenment. [ note: This marks the first time the term has appeared on, because of Editor Peter Brimelow’s notorious prudishness]

Some of these memes were vulgar and even more Politically Incorrect than even sites like VDARE and American Renaissance. Yet many were original, funny, and struck at the truth of the Republican Party and Conservatism Inc.’s failure to actually conserve the people who created and support it. A couple of examples Read more >>

Voters To G.O.P.: We’re Just Not That Into Immigrants

511nk5odwLL._SY344_BO1204203200_-198x300[1]For years, Republican candidates have been assured by their political consultants that amnesty is a runaway hit with the public. Then they always come in for a zinger of a surprise when the American people are finally able to express themselves on the subject. (Sometimes it seems as if political consultants are in the game only to make money.)

Washington has tried to sneak through three amnesties in the last decade--in 2006, 2007 and 2013. Each time, amnesty had the full support of the media, the White House, leaders of both political parties, big campaign donors and lobbyists.

And every time, as soon as the public got wind of what was happening, the politicians scattered like roaches and the loudest amnesty proponent in the room would suddenly be demanding "border security first!"

Couldn't Republicans spare themselves the embarrassment of having to say they "learned their lesson" by learning the same lesson of the last 17 guys to push amnesty?

The McCain-Kennedy amnesty passed the Senate in 2006, instantly inspiring an outpouring of voter anger so virulent that it shut down the congressional switchboards. Despite enormous opposition from voters, lame-duck President Bush cockily told reporters, "I'll see you at the bill signing"--the first step to ushering in a Democratic Congress in the upcoming midterm elections.

By contrast, House Minority Leader John Boehner told a group of Republicans that he had "promised the president today that I wouldn't say anything bad about this piece of s--- bill."

Weeks later, the chief sponsor of the POS bill, Sen. John McCain, voted for a fence with no hint of amnesty.

A year later, when he was running for president, Read more >>

Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative—More Anti-White Blaxploitation By The “Talented Tenth”

Roger Scruton once observed that the reason Cultural Marxism holds such enormous appeal for our ruling elites is not because it is philosophically true, but because it confers on them the power to manipulate others and reconfigure the social order. This—and nothing less than this—is the driving force behind President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative to “mentor” young black males.

To the untrained eye, My Brother’s Keeper gatherings held at the White House and elsewhere seem harmless enough. President Obama stands up and gives a windy speech about policing and social justice, packaged in such a way that does not directly assail whites. Participants then break into small groups, form circles and hold hands, and talk. Lots and lots of talk. For Marxists, political education and group therapy are often synonymous. And this is continuing around the country. [ City of Long Beach "My Brother's Keeper" Task Force Holds First Meeting of Many, by Asia Morris, Long Beach Post, July 23 2015]

Nevertheless, all this talk points in the same direction. The purpose of My Brother’s Keeper is not to provide a positive mentoring network for young black men, but to mold a new generation of footsoldiers to take up the race struggle.

As far as I can tell, there isn’t much of a paper trail for My Brother’s Keeper, like many things in Barack Obama’s life. But if it has an intellectual antecedent, it is probably the concept of the Talented Tenth—the class of black elites whose mission it is to lead the benighted black masses out of the wilderness of white civilization into a vague promised land of political and economic equality.

Many people believe that the Talented Tenth

Obama Cronyism + Your Personal Data = Trouble

440px-ArchuletaOfficial[1]It's the most far-reaching scandal in Washington that no one wants to talk about: Tens of millions of federal employees had their personal information hacked as a result of Obama administration incompetence and political favoritism.

Ethnic community organizer-turned-Office of Personnel Management head

A Tale Of Two Mockingbirds: The Fatal Flaw Of The Civil Rights Movement

harper-lee-go-set-a-watchman-cover-lead[1]On July 14, 2015 a “new” novel appeared from author Harper Lee. Entitled Go Set a Watchman, it was actually Lee’s first novel, written years before her famous 1960 novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, but rejected by a major publisher in 1957. And while the dramatic changes to the iconic character Atticus Finch are creating headlines, what the novel really shows is how the optimistic expectations and assumptions behind the Civil Rights Movement, are, like the Old South itself, gone with the wind.

As celebrated in Mockingbird, the character of Finch proves a moral giant in the segregationist South by defending an African-American. In contrast, in Watchman, Finch is a diehard segregationist who defends a black man only because the law requires due process and because he fears that if he doesn’t take the case, the NAACP will disrupt the rhythm of Southern life.

To_Kill_a_Mockingbird[1]The only reason this book has been published now is because Harper Lee’s estate trustee found the manuscript in a safe deposit box. Lee herself is now 89, partially deaf and blind, living in a nursing home, and may or may not have actually consented to publication.

Reviewers and readers have been shocked by the new “racist” version of Atticus. [ The two Atticuses: ‘Mockingbird’s hero radically reshaped from ‘Watchman’s racist version , by Colette Bancroft, Tampa Bay Times, July 22, 2015].

The source of the change lies more than a half century in the past, Read more >>

Pat Buchanan: Could Trump Actually WIN?

See also, by James Kirkpatrick Will GOP Establishment Elect Donald Trump—Or Bernie Sanders, Vermont’s Surrendering Socialist?

The American political class has failed the country, and should be fired. That is the clearest message from the summer surge of Bernie Sanders and the remarkable rise of Donald Trump.

Sanders' candidacy can trace it roots back to the 19th-century populist party of Mary Elizabeth Lease who declaimed: Read more >>

Will GOP Establishment Elect Donald Trump—Or Bernie Sanders, Vermont’s Surrendering Socialist?

In Europe, the talk is of rising right wing nationalism and left wing revolution [ Europe’s leaders are openly worrying about ‘violence’ and ‘revolution’ if Greece goes wrong , by Jim Edwards, Business Insider, July 17, 2015]. And the center can’t hold even in the United States, as the rise of Donald Trump in the GOP primaries and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders among Democrats shows the instability of the American political system [ Candidates caught in the middle as words ring hollow to activists , by Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman, New York Times, July 25, 2015]. Yet even as onetime President Presumptive Hillary Clinton faces an unexpected challenge, economically struggling Americans should not be fooled—the self-proclaimed socialist Sanders stands for business as usual when it comes to the most regressive issue of all: mass immigration.

This may seem surprising. Sanders, an “independent” who caucuses with the Democrats, has occasionally spoken sense on immigration. He has openly identified the desire for cheap labor motivating the corporate push for more foreign guest workers, even in jobs like ski instructors or lifeguards that could easily be filled by American students. Sanders rails against stagnant wages for high-skilled workers, high unemployment for low-skilled workers (especially nonwhite Americans). He understands that, in his words, “If you need to workers in a certain area, you need to raise wages.”

And Sanders voted against so-called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” a.k.a. Amnesty/ Immigration Surge in 2007 because the legislation enabled more so-called guest workers [ Bernie Sanders and Immigration Reform , by Jerry Kammer, Center for Immigration Studies, 2011].

Indeed, Numbers USA awards Sanders a relatively high “B+” rating for opposing “unnecessary worker visas” over the course of his career and an “A+” for his recent efforts to reduce the visa lottery.

But if the occasional piece of rhetoric about defending American workers was enough, then Jim Webb would be the leading presidential candidate for President. As with Webb, despite the occasional show of promise, Sanders is MIA when it comes to taking a principled stand against mass immigration and amnesty for illegal aliens—thus rendering the rest of his “pro-worker” platform irrelevant.

Thus when it comes to opposing immigration in general, Sanders receives a career “D” from Numbers USA. He also receives the lowest possible rating for consistently voting against any measures that would reduce illegal immigration at the border. He even voted against making English the official language of the United States in 2007 [ United States Senate Roll Call Vote 198 110th Congress, 1st Session , United States Senate, June 6, 2007].

In 2013, despite criticizing “a massive effort to attract cheap labor,” Sanders voted in support of the 2013 Amnesty/Immigration Surge [ Senate roll vote for immigration bill , Fox News, June 27, 2013]. During the debate surrounding so-called comprehensive immigration reform, Sanders supported the DREAM act and a “pathway to citizenship” (aka Amnesty) for illegals.

Most importantly, despite his general critique of corporations’ Read more >>
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