7 10 2014


A hundred and twenty eight new voters.

That might be enough to swing the balance of one of Ferguson’s three city council districts.

Otherwise, a big flop.

David Cameron’s Living Nightmare

1 09 2014

Clacton-on-Sea, England


The wherefores.

The reason there will be a by-election (special election) is because he resigned his seat in Parliament along with changing parties from Tory to UKIP. And Carswell is in turn going to be the UKIP candidate in the election. I don’t think he had to quit Parliament; he could have just switched parties and that would have been that. Maybe he wanted to do both and run and win as the UKIP candidate to demonstrate the UKIP’s growing popularity to trigger more defections.

Clacton is a pretty good constituency (Parliamentary district) for our cause. In 2010, the BNP candidate got 4.6% of the vote, compared to the BNP’s vote share of 2.1% in all of England and 1.9% in all of the UK. UKIP didn’t even field a candidate in this constituency in 2010.

“If Boris Johnson stands as a Tory?”  Isn’t he the Mayor of London?  He would have to quit that and move to Clacton.  Which I doubt he’ll do being as he would still lose badly to Carswell.

While the UKIP is far from perfect and far from the solution, the reason I recommend voting for UKIP is something that I’ve concluded in my week of blogging vacation — Democratic republicanism is the problem, we can’t vote for “work within the system” our way out of our problems, and as I sit on top of the tower and look over the horizon, white peoples and civilizations are going to need either hereditary monarchies, self-sustaining autocracies or self-sustaining aristocracies in order to survive and thrive, even if they have the superficial veneer of democratic republicanism for outward appearances.  The only thing voting and participating in democratic republics can do for us is buy us time.  In the UK, which soon may lose Scotland like a bad habit, UKIP buys them time.  My recommendation for voting is to vote for the most credible victory-possible candidate or party that is closest to a genuine populist-nationalist.  In England, that means UKIP.

As for these poll results, a few bullet points:

*  They can’t use the “it’s just a protest vote” bromide anymore.  (“Why are you voting UKIP?”)

*  They can’t use the “lesser of two evils” or “wasted vote” bromide anymore. (“Voting UKIP will make Ed Miliband the PM”)

*  While the “main concerns” question was only of UKIP voters, I think immigration also worries many Tory voters and some older white working class Labour voters.

*  Almost half of all Tory voters think Carswell is a hero for leaving the Tories, only 17% think he’s a traitor.  Which means half of all Tory voters are that mad at the Tory Party.  Kinda sounds like the American Republican Party.

*  I think the Rotherham scandal has affected the public mood overall and these poll numbers.


15 08 2014

Los Angeles

“Better pass amnesty, that great Hispanic voting electorate tidal wave is coming and it’s about to swamp you unless you make nice with it!,” is the advice that Republican politicians are given by consultants whose gravy comes from the tables of billionaires who want more and more cheap labor.

Inconvenient truth:  Turnout is so anemically low in Los Angeles municipal elections that the city government is considering paying people to vote.

Era of Reagan

7 05 2014


Consider this number:  11666.

Not an ace and three sixes to give you a full house.

11/6/66.  November 6, 1966.

It is the latest birth date one could have had ever to have been able to cast a vote for Ronald Reagan for any public office.

Yesterday, a person born on that date turned 47.5 years old.

I’m bringing this up for a reason, which I’m sure most of you can figure out.

What made me think of this was the Bloomberg article about the NAEP results, which I covered today, wherein it stated that high school seniors graduating this month or next have spent the entirety of their educational lives either under Bush’s or Obama’s education reform schemes.

Winning Political Strategy

8 11 2013

Flint, Michigan



The newly elected Flint City Council includes a convicted killer, a man who served probation for felonious assault and two people who have gone through personal bankruptcies.

Wantwaz Davis, who beat incumbent Bernard Lawler by 71 votes to win the Fifth Ward seat, served 19 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in 1991.

Davis said he didn’t hide his murder conviction from voters and openly talked about the conviction with residents, but it never was publicly reported. The Journal learned of the conviction Wednesday and Davis confirmed it when asked.


Davis was 17 years old in August 1991 when Kenneth S. Morris, 27, was killed at his home on Grace Street. Morris died after being shot three times — once each in the hip, abdomen and mouth, according to The Flint Journal archives.

Of course he would openly campaign on his past life as a murderer.  He needs votes from the black community, doesn’t he?

Because…keepin’ it real.  And also…mustn’t act white.

Joke’s On Us

6 11 2013

New York City

Elections have consequences.  Such as having to watch victorious oil drillers and their ’70s Afro-Puff teenage sons do stupid dances.

Last Night

6 11 2013

Virginia, New Jersey, New York

This won’t be a hard analysis.

New York City’s brief experiment with semi-sanity is now done, and it can now safely resume its inevitable path to Detroit status.

Krispy Christie won a second term as Governor in a deep blue state by being pretty liberal himself, including being almost 50-50 among Hispanics.  But if he thinks all those Hispanics and white liberals that voted for him in 2013 will vote for him in 2016 for President versus generic Democrat in New Jersey and elsewhere, he’s only kidding his own fat ass.  Even yesterday in the Krispy landslide, the same people in an exit poll which closely mirrored the actual election results pick HRC +6 over Christie in a hypothetical Presidential matchup in New Jersey.  And that’s an electorate, mind you, whose blue voters were already run out a few weeks ago to send Cory Booker to the Senate, so they had no reason to turn out again yesterday.

As for Virginia, the three counties in NoVa, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William, are starting to have the same stranglehold on Virginia politics that Cook County has over Illinois politics.  Add in RINO establishment treason and the fake Potemkin libertarian financed by an Obama/Clinton bundler from Austin, and the outcome was inevitable.  It’s a miracle that McAuliffe didn’t get a majority, only beat Cuccinnelli by 2.5 points.  As for other Commonwealth races, that black preacher clown act running for Lieutenant Governor as a Republican lost, thankfully, and the Republican running for state AG that was pretty much a drop-in replacement for Cuccinnelli won, albeit very narrowly.  And Republicans won 67 of 100 seats in the House of Delegates (state House), so “Big Mac” will see none of his agenda come to pass.


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