Antifa, Reconsidered

7 06 2020


I’ll do the easier part first.

I now realize that it was a mistake for me to try to use intellectual and psychological methods to analyze Antifa and other associated far left militant street activism.  Because, after I saw this, I now realize that all they’re about is destroying just for the sake of destruction.


Over the past few years, other than some spurts when I wasn’t really able to do much serious thinking, I’ve come to some conclusions about Antifa and other associated far left militant street activist movements, though they have stayed on the tip of my tongue until now.

(1)  The entryism is economic populism, but they latch onto everything else, because they’ve been convinced, largely by those forces that don’t want economic populism, that they must concern themselves the most with the “everything else” in order to get economic populism.

(2)  Our side’s (stretching the point in the definition of “our”) and their side’s (Antifa et al.) troublemakers look damned near like the same kind of people — Just look at mugshots.  Dime thin marginal factors make the difference on which side the given person joins before causing trouble.

(3)  Because so many Antifa (et al.) young people are sons and daughters of pretty well off parents, cognitive regression to the mean plays a role.  They’re not as inherently intelligent as their parents, meaning that just based on that alone, they won’t have as good as a life as their parents.  Combined with everything else, the economic elitism especially, it only makes them mad.

Now, there has been some research that has proven my contentions correct.

Rage For The Machine

17 02 2020

A few items in my stack continue to justify my 54th Axiom.

First, I wanted to deep dive this, but I think I only need to highlight this one part:

My radical attitude didn’t sit well with the fact that my own father was a policeman. After all, the prevailing view among radicals is anti-cop. In radical circles, the police are generally seen as the guards of an oppressive social order. This is not to deny that some police officers abuse their power. What many radicals, especially anarchists, assert, however, is something else entirely—that we would be better off without law enforcement and the penal system.

That is their attitude, and of course, I have spent a week and a half now in a city, that being Hamburg, that is full of these people, save my brief day trip today to Dannenberg, upstream on the Elbe from Hamburg, because John Derbyshire.

The problem is that the far left’s supposed “anti-cop” attitude is disingenuous.  How can they hate the people who and the institution which they’re going to need to enforce their utopian diktats?

New York Antifa types be like:  FUCK THE POLICE, AND THEN GO ARREST THOSE PROUD BOYS~!!!!1!111!1

Second, they first got really popular when I was 15, so I’ve been sorta keeping an eye on them for as long as they’ve been, as it is said now, “a thing.”  And, even back when they started, I never really thought they were any kind of real genuine transgressive or anti-establishment.  Simply because of the lack of really big substantive pushback or resistance against them.  Another way of putting it is that I’ll believe they’re really “against the machine” when they have as much trouble booking a venue as does V-Dare.

What it all means is that the news you read there in that link doesn’t surprise me.  Manor Farm, Animal Farm, back to Manor Farm.

I’ll also add that, when rock ‘n’ roll first started way back when, it actually got quite a bit of real substantive official resistance.

Third and lastly, like I’ve been saying…

“The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” — Lenin

My Ice Cold Machiavellian Self, Confirmed

29 01 2020

Burlington, Vermont

Tim Pool, yesterday:

Me, on AR, last week:

Would you mind if I tried again? I think my first attempt didn’t quite convey the political mechanics in the way I wanted.

Martin Weissgerber and Kyle Jurek and people like them don’t have the capability by themselves to throw us all into gulags, no matter how badly they want to do it.

But people like them, to the extent that they attain their major political goals, get what they get because they manipulate others to do it for them.

W’gerber and Jurek and the others like them know that the way to throw us into gulags is to hide behind amiable democratic socialist politicians who get really popular by saying things like solve income inequality, stick it to billionaires, social democracy, universal health care, free college. Basically, Moscow cloaks itself behind Stockholm. So if and when Stockholm wins, the Trojan horse opens up and Moscow comes pouring out, plants itself into the deep state, gets disregarded and ignored in all that they do, because of the help of the media which only ever scream about transphobia and black womens’ hair, and then use their quiet behind the curtains influence to help craft laws and regulations, hidden in omnibus spending bills, or resolutions honoring the latest saved-five-children-from-a-burning-warehouse hero, or “Dear Colleague” bureaucratic guidance letters, or obscure footnotes in the Federal Register, or venue-shopped lawsuits to sympathetic Administrative Law Judges, which result in people with official badges and guns, law enforcement and the military, rounding us up and throwing into gulags — not because the cops and soldiers actually want to, and not because they don’t like us or agree with us, but because they’re following orders. Because democracy and the chain of command.

Also be mindful of the fact that the gulag doesn’t need to be an actual gulag. They’ll just call it sensitivity training. This is why your noting that there aren’t any actual FEMA camps really doesn’t matter. Because, while there aren’t FEMA camps, there are a lot of underemployed SJWs with “Studies” degrees.

You know, I even scare myself sometimes about how ice cold calculating and Machiavellian I can be.

The latest O’Keefe drop blatantly confirms my theory, straight from one of the horse’s mouths.

I think Bernie knows who these people are, because he was once one of them.  There but for the grace of God go I, to put it another way.  But he thinks just by keeping them in the fold and not throwing them under the bus, he can get them to give up on Moscow and migrate to Stockholm.  However, I think these people have no intention of doing that.

Alphabets and Arrows

26 08 2019

Portland, Oregon

portland soccer protest

Two things happened within four days that either made me come to a profound observation, or made me late to the game, or in this case, the match.

Back on Tuesday, Major League Soccer awarded St. Louis a franchise.  Back in May 2017, city voters turned down a proposition that would have helped fund a soccer stadium west of Union Station.  What must have happened in the meantime is that private money came together.   I see one of the sources is Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and Carolyn Kindle Betz in specific.  Remember, Jack Taylor, who I know died recently, was a really big sports nut.  He hired many a former Mizzou athlete who never made it to or in the pros at Enterprise.

But I digress.

To me, one of the things that happened in reaction to it was the really curious and interesting thing relating to it, rather than it itself.

It’s the fact that, the night after, the parties and celebrations happened in The Grove, St. Louis’s big concentration of gay bars and establishments.

Hold that thought.

Three days later, on Friday, there was an MLS game, Seattle at Portland.  During the game, there was a planned and deliberate silent protest by fans of both teams.  MLS prohibits overtly political signs and banners and displays, and this has made soccer fans in both cities upset, because they want to bring in what is called the Iron Front, which is, the southwesterly-pointing triple down arrows, associated with Antifa.  As you can see, and check out ESPN, SI and The Oregonian, especially the latter’s photo gallery, there were lots of rainbow flags being flown as part of this silent protest.

So, you have gay, soccer, St. Louis, and gay, soccer, Portland and Seattle.


It’s now becoming apparent that American high level and professional men’s soccer and especially its fandom is becoming a flash point for LGBTQ and Antifa, and probably also other associated sectors.  Of course, it has been obvious for a long time the significant crossover between high level and professional women’s soccer and lesbianism.


On this continent plus Cuck Island, if there are any political connotations to soccer, they are populist and nationalist, due to the fact that the organizational model is ground up, and club-centered, (e.g. most of the clubs in this year’s Bundesliga are way older than the Bundesliga itself, an alien concept to American sports fans), as opposed to the league and franchise centered nature of the MLS (note that St. Louis was awarded a franchise) and the American sports business model in general.  While I can understand, and in fact, have personally seen multiple times since living in Germany, how club-centered soccer is conducive to populism and nationalism, I don’t grok how a league-centered soccer business would necessarily contribute to the political opposite, American soccer fandom being heavily gay and Antifa.

Another theory I can come up with is that gay-Antifa-left in the United States are merely countersignaling against the other football, and how its territorial imperative potentially feeds a nationalist mindset.  Even though here in the real world, the photographic negative and ally of the soyboy left, the black undertow thug-excusing BLM/SJW milieu, are converging football.  That’s not counting the less recent events of the last three generations, where TPTB used football as an anti-nationalist weapon to wear down white Southern resistance to integration and the civil rights movement, and continues to do so today to dampen white reaction to the violent and stupid black underclass and undertow.

Maybe even more disconcerting than that is that LGBTQ-Antifa are latching onto soccer as a silent sort of elitist and hypocritical method to protest and separate themselves from the black undertow and its love of football.  That which makes Dontravious a great cornerback is that which also makes him a bad citizen — The ability to make quick impulsive reactionary decisions serves him well in the defensive secondary but horribly in the bars.

These last two theories I mention may well intertwine.  Antifa de la Soyboy in Portland loves soccer because xe hates football, and xe hates football because one group of people xe politically despises likes it, and another group of people xe personally fears plays it.

One more thing:  St. Louis now has a soccer team, big whoop.  The Region in which I live all by itself has six teams in this season’s Bundesliga.

A-Grade Weaponry

15 07 2019

First off, you should read my Minds feed, because I am able to do a lot more there than I am here these days.  My Gab and Twitter have the same content, but I favor Minds for social content, because of its lack of character restriction.

But I wanted to bring this one matter from there to this medium.

From Vox, not Vox Day.

Without even reading it, I bet that it plays off the matter off on “progressive activists” being scared of “white supremacist violence,” i.e. 80-year olds carrying around Heritage Foundation-printed signs in Portland.

But the taboo realities, which those progressive activists will never confess, is that they need firearms for protection and self-defense, for two main reasons:

(1) Most “progressive activists” live in the same cities were lots and lots of black people live, ergo they have to worry about incessant black violent crime.  Urban-dwelling left-of-center people in the United States play off their fear of the blacks that surround them on the rednecks they’ll never meet in places so far away they’ll never go.  Extreme lefties are mostly the same as their normie counterparts in that regard, except they tweak it a little differently, based on their political paranoia and psychosis.

(2) Antifa types in particular do what they do, as my reverse political engineering back in 2006 informed me, because they want an inexpensive and sanction-free supply of illicit street drugs. Meaning that since Antifa types are into drugs, it also means they are close to drug violence, and think they need to defend themselves from such.

Often, these two factors intertwine.

Frank and Andy

1 07 2019

Portland, Oregon and Bremen, Germany

Andy Ngo and Frank Magnitz.

I hope now this is what it finally takes to get enough of the right people in the right places to take this gang seriously.

We already know how closely intertwined Antifa-Antiracist-Anarchist domestic street terrorism and violence is with center-left elected officials and the media ranging from mainstream-left to clickbait-left.  Once official eyeballs start looking at what we’ve been seeing, they’re going to be shocked.

“Something Something Yemen”

27 08 2018

St. Charles

Pics tell all.

Yemen, didn’t Osama bin Laden and 9/11 run through that country in some way?

A JQ Of Their Own

12 03 2018

East Lansing, Michigan

One of the surprise elements that bubbled up to the surface hard and fast in the hulabaloo and aftermath of Richard Spencer’s address at Michigan State University, and the predictable Profa street antics, was that there is suddenly a yuge fault line opening up in that sector.  Of course, it’s probably been brewing for awhile, but it’s only now that it’s becoming apparent to the outside world.

Hunter Wallace and Narrative Collapse have more.

As much as we despair over the constant beefing and feuding and factionalism in our own sector, it’s even worse among the militant activist left.  You’d be a amazed how the smallest things make them go all Antietam on each other.

But, reading between the lines of this affair, and it’s not hard to see what set this internecine battle off:  The Jews.  The thing that probably has the best chance of tearing asunder the otherwise ascendant left-of-center political space and the coalition of the fringes that serves as its foundation, and something which I think has seeped up into the arena of big state Democrat Party electoral politics.

It all boils down to this:  The Jews have gotten comfortable with the paradigm they’ve engineered and enforced for a long time that all this egalitarian tripe is nothing more than a front for the preservation of their own wealth, power and privilege, which of course is never to be discussed openly.  In contrast, younger militant true believers actually believe that sheeyt, and want everyone, including the Jews, to abide by it.

One of my many bons mots is that the civil rights and immigration liberalization acts of the 1960s in the United States were inevitable, the only open variables were names dates and proper nouns, because the Jews spent the decade of the 1920s gaining control of important institutions, mashed up with the outcome of WWII.  To put it in a true bon mot sense, the country that consummately lauded itself for having helped to beat Hitler in Berlin could not have turned right around and continued to have tolerated segregated lunch counters in Greensboro or walls in Nogales.

All that’s happening here, as typified by the schism within Profa and Co., is that the young far left true believers aren’t letting the Jews get away with their stereotypical “for thee but not for me” hypocrisy.  To the point of fisticuffs.

Netting it out:  Profa has a JQ of its own.

Look Just Up the Street

18 02 2018

Benton Park;  Knoxville

Read all about it.

If the cops want a line on who did it, all they have to do is walk west a few blocks.

In related news, yesterday, TradWorker rallied on the campus of the University of Tennessee, and of course Profa showed up.  Instead of going after TradWorker, Profa chimped out at the cops.  This is hardly anything new — Modern day far left street activists have way more contempt for cops than the “fascists” they’re purportedly protesting.  The reason for that is something I alluded to in my link in the second sentence, and made more plainly obvious a long time ago.


War Reenactors

16 01 2018

Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Charlottesville, Virginia

Hoft on a potential serious game changer in the Fields trial.

Note that:

A few months before the clash in Charlottesville, an Arizona chapter of the organization, which was previously known as the “John Brown Gun Club,” released an unintentionally comical video showcasing their “training day.” In the footage, the oddballs are seen shooting at printouts of memes, including Pepe the Frog.

In an interview with ABC News, Dixon described the hours after Charlottesville as feeling like “leaving a battlefield.”

“They’re not just speaking – they’re marching. They’re marching in a way that’s intimidating, as we all know is harking back to the torch light rallies of the Nazi era.”

“John Brown?”  “Nazi era?”

That should sound familiar.

Me, November 14, 2017:

What are the three biggest body blows on behalf of egalitarianism in American history? (Hard core neoreactionaries will say that the very beginning of American history was its own biggest body blow for egalitarianism, but for now, let’s leave that be.)

The Union military victory in the War Between the States, the American participation in the victorious Allied military effort in World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The third, of course, depended on and was an inevitable consequence of the first two. We beat those big bad evil forces of the Confederacy, Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, got those motherfuckers told.

And now, current year, current decade, current epoch, that all these egalitarian-left victories have not resulted in the promised utopia, in the way that the utopians thought should be happening right now? Whence the cheating husband and failed shoe salesman life?

Right, the wedding photo album, the four touchdown game.

The hard left and far left are mentally locked in on their past glory to cover up present disappointment. They’re trying to reenact the WBTS, WWII and the CRM all over again all at the same time.

Let me fill in the blanks: They’re trying to reenact the War Between the States (tearing down Confederate/-ish statues and monuments), World War II (Antifa violence and militancy), and the Civil Rights Movement (marching in the streets and the general enthusiasm for street activism), all over again, all at the same time. They’re reenacting their past massive wins, because the good ole days and ole times sake, and because their massive wins of the past have not resulted in utopia in the present.

We dwell on past glory to paper over present agony.


This one mashes up the WBTS (“John Brown Gun Club”) and WWII (“Nazi era rallies”) in one fell swoop.

My Unique Take on the Jason Stockley Verdict and Aftermath (Plus the Denouement of This Evening’s Posting Storm)

14 11 2017


I know something you don’t know, nanny nanny boo boo.

And with my addled and hobbled brain, it’s rare these days that I can brag about that.

During my involuntary sojourn, in fact, right during my second hospitalization stint in the middle of September, our town got a little too exuberant. It’s very much a stretch to call what happened riots; at best, they were minor civil disturbances. A bunch of BLM types, local white/(((white))) far lefties, and your usual band of professional protestors that schlep from town to town, running around in the middle of streets showing their asses off during the day, and then a few undertow goons kicking in windows during the night. This all could have developed into something much more like the Fergaza Strip, but the cops did a pretty good job keeping a lid on the pot. In fact, the cops did such a good job that I see now that some of the protesters and activist groups are crying uncle to the DOJ, (Jeff Sessions’s DOJ!!!!!), to the Federal courts, and in general, which must mean the cops actually did a great job rather than a good one. Otherwise, to those of you who called these things “riots,” then I bid thee cut out the melodramatic drama queenism.

There’s another thing which kept the exuberance from becoming full blown riots.

Something about how I know something you don’t know. Because, nanny nanny boo boo.

If that which I know would have been discovered and made widespread public knowledge either during the run up to the issuance of the verdict or the height of the exuberance after the verdict, it would have made the disturbances much worse. In fact, I’m very surprised that that which I know wasn’t figured out and made public; I would have thought that the left’s volunteer doxxing army would have unearthed it. That it was not most likely means that very very very few people know this particular secret, and the few people that do know it aren’t telling, and in fact, we’ll all take this dark dastardly secret to our graves with us. Of course, I shouldn’t be talking about “grave” in my condition, considering I almost ended up in one. Doesn’t matter, I’ll wind up in one eventually, and the secret is going with me.

If you don’t know this secret, I should already warn you: DADT.

Another angle that I’m surprised nobody else has picked up on in the whole Stockley matter is the Angela Corey Syndrome. There is a school of thought out there, some of you reading these words believe it, that Angela Corey didn’t really want to try to prosecute George Zimmerman, but succumbed to public pressure, so to reconcile, she deliberately overcharged Zimmerman knowing full well that no jury would convict him. That way, she would get her cake of no conviction for Zimmerman and eat it too by appearing to have “cared” enough to try to prosecute. I think some of that went on with Stockley. Remember, during the trial phase of this case, the Circuit Attorney transitioned from Jennifer Joyce to Kim Gardner. While Gardner was the public face of the Circuit Attorney’s office during the Waiting for Godot of the verdict and the aftermath of the verdict, it was actually Joyce’s CA’s office that started the prosecution. I think Jennifer Joyce was our Angela Corey, in that she didn’t want to prosecute Stockley, but she yielded to public pressure, so she overcharged Stockley, with Murder One, knowing full well that she’d never get a jury (or judge, since Stockley opted for a bench trial) to convict on Murder One. Kim Gardner, OTOH, probably would have started out with the lesser kind of charges that actually had a chance of ending with guilty verdicts.

To end this post, I want to reiterate a theory I came up with so long ago that I was still technically in my twenties when I did. I reverse engineered the hard-to-far left, (at the time, I was only concerned about anarchists, but it’s also true of pretty much the entire universe of hard-to-far left public activism, blacks included), and its most vociferous demands and the straws that stirs its drinks, what gets it out on the streets. I came to the conclusion that it all points back to dope, the desire for a plentiful and legal consequence free supply of what are now considered illicit street drugs. A lot of what transpired in this town post-verdict only served as evidence, not the least of which is that Anthony Lamar Smith was a heroin dealer. Just pay close attention to the news and to the hard and far left, and even some of the more mainstream left (*), and you’ll be amazed not only how often and how intensely they go to the mat and go to the wall on behalf of dope dealers and dope users, but you’ll be angry at yourself for not seeing this obvious correlation which was hiding in plain sight five feet in front of your nose.

I’m going to conclude with the denouement of this evening’s post storm, in light of the fact that I am going to upload this post the latest so that it appears first, and in light of the common theme of many of this evening’s post, which is dope.  The real reason Jason Stockley was prosecuted was NOT necessarily because the Circuit Attorney (either Joyce or Gardner) deliberately wanted explicitly either a guilty verdict or a not guilty verdict.  The point in bringing charges against him was that the process was the punishment, and a signal to all the other cops:  Leave the thug dindu dope dealers alone as long as they stay on the wrong side of the tracks and keep their shit among people who are with the shits, let them have their thug honeypots in the wrong part of town, and do just enough enforcement on the dope crime front to create enough risk in the game to drive the risk-reward continuum to the reward side to create enough profitability to attract the wrong people.  Because, as long as the wrong people are victimizing each other and bing-banging each other, it means they’re NOT victimizing the important people in this town.  N’Deshawntavious mowing down Ooktavious over dope money in Walnut Park means that neither N’Deshawntavious nor Ooktavious are burglarizing houses in Ladue.  If cops get the idea that they can kill dope dealers because they got into questionable conflagrations with them because they didn’t just drive on by and hear-no-see-no-speak-no, then the wrong side of town won’t find staying in the wrong side of town very comfortable, and instead, they’ll start crossing the tracks over into the right side of town where important people live.  I now think, in light of finding out that GENTILIVUS GIANTIVUS was a small time dealer with those “shocking new revelations” that came out on that documentary screened and unveiled at SXSW earlier this year, that this kind of thing was the real subversive reason why the system went after Darren Wilson.


SHOT: St. Louis City Department of Health, the executive level municipal agency that has responsibility over public health concerns in the city, has billboards and bus stop advertisements up all over the city about the opiate epidemic and what to do about it.

CHASER: The St. Louis City Board of Aldermen, the city’s legislative branch, passed a resolution back in September honoring a heroin dealer.

(*) – K-Sue Park thinks she’s so clever in cloaking her concerns behind the notion that a “…black kid who gets thrown in jail for possessing a small amount of marijuana will face consequences that will directly affect his ability to have a voice in public life,” but in reality, what she’s really worried about is that she’s a user and/or her kids are users, and she doesn’t want the cops picking on her or her kids, so she hides her selfish concerns behind the very social justicey cause of “black kids.”

My Unique Take on the Unite the Right Aftermath

14 11 2017

Charlottesville, Virginia

The far left in reaction to Charlottesville (a set of circumstances that, as I see Norm correctly diagnosed in this space during my sojourn, is entirely the responsibility of the McAuliffe/Signer/Sullivan/Antifa axis of evil (*)), is so transparent, yet I, even in the middle of having a far less than fully functional brain at the time I observed all this and thought of this angle, seem to be the only one who thought of it. As an aside, but for the “accident,” I would have gone to C-Ville myself, as I was so planning.

If a marriage isn’t going so well and hasn’t for awhile, and the wife finds smoking gun proof that the husband is cheating, the first thing she does is get out the wedding DVD or wedding photo album and start watching it slash looking at it, and then she cries her eyes out either during or after.

Al Bundy’s life in middle age was crummy. So what did he do? Constantly reminisce about his four touchdown game in high school.

If you’re a disappointed Trump supporter these days, you try to paper over your despondency by going back and watching Election Night 2016 coverage on YouTube. Yes, I’ll get to him in another item in today’s post storm.

The point here is that when things aren’t going that well in a particular aspect of our lives, our natural habit is to dwell on the past when that aspect of our lives was new, and we had so much (perhaps naive) hope for the future and hope for the thing that was beginning. The wedding day, the four touchdown game. All to mask the cold hard reality that he turned out to be a cheating dog, and his life went all downhill and shoe salesman from there.

Net it out: We dwell on past glory to paper over present agony.

Let’s loop this back around to Charlottesville and the far left.

What are the three biggest body blows on behalf of egalitarianism in American history? (Hard core neoreactionaries will say that the very beginning of American history was its own biggest body blow for egalitarianism, but for now, let’s leave that be.)

The Union military victory in the War Between the States, the American participation in the victorious Allied military effort in World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The third, of course, depended on and was an inevitable consequence of the first two. We beat those big bad evil forces of the Confederacy, Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South, got those motherfuckers told.

And now, current year, current decade, current epoch, that all these egalitarian-left victories have not resulted in the promised utopia, in the way that the utopians thought should be happening right now? Whence the cheating husband and failed shoe salesman life?

Right, the wedding photo album, the four touchdown game.

The hard left and far left are mentally locked in on their past glory to cover up present disappointment. They’re trying to reenact the WBTS, WWII and the CRM all over again all at the same time.

Let me fill in the blanks: They’re trying to reenact the War Between the States (tearing down Confederate/-ish statues and monuments), World War II (Antifa violence and militancy), and the Civil Rights Movement (marching in the streets and the general enthusiasm for street activism), all over again, all at the same time. They’re reenacting their past massive wins, because the good ole days and ole times sake, and because their massive wins of the past have not resulted in utopia in the present.

We dwell on past glory to paper over present agony.

Another angle, one that that may or may not be unique to my formulation, is that C-Ville itself, August 11 and 12, is that those two days were basically a good ole fashioned primal imperative battle over territory, with the ideological preening serving as an opaque front for the racial-ethnic-tribal angst between normal “white bread” gentile white cishet people on our side, and largely blacks and Jews on the enemy side. Our tribe invaded the turf of an enemy tribe, the enemy tribe defended its turf (“Whose streets? Our streets!”). Of course, the enemy side had indispensable help from mercenaries, i.e. people who get to wield badges and guns and whose paychecks are signed by either Terry McAuliffe or Michael Signer or Teresa Sullivan.

Warning: This should NOT be interpreted to mean that they’re losing power.

Note:  This post segues into another item in today’s post storm, about Hamilton the musical.


Antifa and Co. were supposed to overthrow the system and overthrow the evil regime, Saturday before last, but it turned out to be a big flop.  So much so that they hardly had any turnout in Portland, Oregon, which is saying quite a lot.

I can uniquely explain that, too.

Antifa as a movement is in reality a word that is often used to describe us:  Reactionary.  You can see that in the name of their movement:  Antifa, aka Anti-Fa, aka Anti-Fascist.  Plain words, if there’s no plausible fascism, then there’s no point in organizing against it.  Can’t spell antifa without fa.  The reason the November 4 Uprising plonked is that there were no fas to be anti over.  It’s one thing to construe people like me, much less a typical alt-liter, much less still an enhanced normiecon, as a fascist that needs to be resisted NOW otherwise gas chambers.  When we (and by “we,” I mean specifically the Alt-Right per my definition) do public events and street theater, we’re an easy obvious visible target for Antifa, so that’s why they show up.  The problem for the November 4 organizers was that they didn’t provide enough of a plausible believable fascist enemy, and, as it turned out, the person of Donald J. Trump doesn’t make a good fa.

(*) – Norm, the words you’re looking for are “moral suasion.”

The Foamer’s Dilemma (My Somewhat Unique Take on the Psychology Beind the Anti-Cop Activism of Urban White Leftists)

14 11 2017

Benton Park West

I also see during my involuntary sojourn, Norm showed you the story of a SLPD detective being shot on the corner where the coffee house called Foam can be found, Foam of course is one of the big hubs and nodes for white leftist anti-police activism in the city, similar to Mokabe. Just to be perfectly clear , I don’t think Norm was insinuating that Foam, its owners, employees or patrons, had anything to do with it; Just wanted to get that out of the way for legal reasons.  And, as it turned out, at least in terms of the suspect, and, again with the disclaimer, innocent until proven guilty, it was indeed the black undertow just dinduing on.

As you read here in another one of the items in today’s post storm, the Jason Stockley post, and it has made cameo appearances in other posts, the desire for legal consequence-free illicit dope is one of the things that really motivates and informs the hard left and far left (of all races). But I think there’s also something else going on psychologically to explain the urban whites among them, in particular.

A protection racket.

Begging the wolf to eat him last.

Pretend you either own Foam, or work for Foam, or regularly patronize Foam. Pretend you’re the typical kind of person who is in Foam’s socio-economic-political-cultural wheelhouse. Considering the neighborhood, (Cherokee and Jefferson), you realize there are two chronic threats of bodily violence against your person: Either the (usually) legal, above board, official violence of the SLPD, or the (usually) illegal, illicit violence from the black undertow. Way more the latter than the former.

So, let’s look at Libra’s Scales. On the one side is an official law enforcement agency that is majority white in terms of employee and agent constitution, that has rules of engagement, a use of force policy, a high speed pursuit razor, an internal review and affairs bureaucracy, and people from the state and Feds gazing down on them from on high like the Eye of Sauron (Soros). Now, they also have to worry about the anti-police Soros whore that St. Louis City has for a Circuit Attorney. Even looking past all that, most cops and most law enforcement officers act professionally most of the time. On the other side, you have the bloods and the crips, or whatever black gangs, crews or sets exist in those neighborhoods these days. They don’t have a use of force policy, and they don’t have an internal affairs board, and they don’t have evolved institutionally ingrained precepts of professionalism.

Put it all together, and what do you have?

You can hate the cops all you want as a matter of official business policy, and sell all the “I Hate the Police” books you can out of your business with the official imprimatur of the business, but you can do all that with the comfort of the full knowledge of the fact that the cops you hate so much won’t treat you any differently than they would if you were not anti-cop, because of the cops’ professionalism. Meanwhile, if you promulgate the notion that your business doesn’t like black crime or black gangs, well then, N’Deshawntavious from down the block is coming to see you, and he won’t be coming by to buy an $8 cup of espresso-grade Costa Rican Tarrazu Dota.

Faced with that dilemma, what’s the best thing to do? Right, pretend to side with the local promulgators of unofficial, wanton, impulsive violence and against those folks’ enemies of the local promulgators of official, reasoned, restrained, purposeful violence. Meaning, “Black Lives Matter” signs in your windows and anti-police books for sale inside the joint. Especially since, because you’re a white leftist, you already have a built-in predilection against the cops, because they interfere with the dope you love so much.  And if you happen to be a gay man on top of all that, you have extra added motivations. Which is why, for example, Foam Coffee and Beer on the corner of Cherokee and Jefferson will have “Black Lives Matter” signs in their windows, but Marx Hardware and Paint on the corner of 14th and Benton in the Old North neighborhood won’t, even though Marx faces the same SLPD vs black undertow dilemma that Foam faces, and even though Marx is right there in the middle of an even worse black undertow than what one finds in the areas around Cherokee Street, and even though Marx’s owner-employee-patron demographics are just as white as Foam’s, because Marx’s owners’/employees’/patrons’ socio-political proclivities (not interested in dope) are the polar opposite of that of Foam’s (interested in dope).

Scale this kind of thing up to an entire continent, this is why Official Europe hearts Islam and hates Christianity.

Protection racket, begging the wolf to eat you last.

And also, dope is the fundamental determinant of modern American sociopolitical life.

Footnote #1: While doing all that, Foam owner, make sure you also put one of those “We Pay the Fair Wage” signs in your window, next to the “Black Lives Matter” sign, so that you show the world you support the movement to set the local city-enforced wage floor above the wage equilibrium for the local lower class black labor market, so that it forces those black lives that you think matter so much out of your city. Also don’t forget that “No Human Being Is Illegal” sign, because you want to import Mexicans (St. Louis City’s small Mexican patch is on and along Cherokee Street), to act as a buffer/blind side offensive lineman between yourselves and the violent black undertow. Oh yeah, there I go again with all that subversive thinking.

Footnote #2: If the North-South MissingLink ever happens, it may well have a stop on the corner of Jefferson and Cherokee. It will do for Foam what the 2006 ML extension did for the Galleria.

Footnote #3:  Another probable determinant is testosterone.  The white men of Foam C&B tend to be lower T gammas, whilst the white men of Marx H&P tend to be higher T alphas.  Another sociological theory of social justice warriorism is that it’s a matter of low rent people in the dating and sex market getting their revenge on their high rent counterparts, lower T gamma males lashing out at the higher T alpha males and the hot women who want higher T alphas instead of lower T gammas, homely obese women lashing out at the hot women and the higher T alpha males who want hot women instead of homely obese women.  Likewise, it’s very possible that the anti-police activism of white urban leftist men is just a function of these lower T gammas engaging in passive-aggressive snack pack throwing at cops, whose men tend to be higher T alphas.

Footnote #4:  This also partially explains why white residents of Washington, D.C. approve of erecting a statue of Marion Barry in front of D.C. City Hall.  But with them, there’s something else at work:  It won’t be long until the black undertow will be totally purged out of D.C. by gentrification.  The psychology of D.C. whites is that if they praise the Barry statue and wave BLM placards at the unveiling ceremony, that will distract the black undertow and make them incapable of understanding what these very same white liberals are doing to them, running them out of the District with gentrification.

The Decline and Fall of Black Lives Matter (Joining Occupy Wall Street in the Political Graveyard)

14 11 2017

Your Blogmeister’s Secret Hideout

In spite of the fact that it’s pretty obvious that the deep state and certain plutocrats, parenthetical and otherwise, are dropping bags of money on the Black Lies Matter movement, I now think that the deep state/plutocrat axis is not making any long term bets on behalf of BLM, and that they’ll probably soon throw them down the rabbit hole. The reason I think that owns up to one of my previous professional pursuits, public relations. BLM continuously uses public rhetoric and posturing (and other things) in such a way that it consistently positions itself as an oppositional force to and the polar opposite of both law enforcement as people and institutions and the very concepts of law and order and domestic tranquility.  To put it another way, if police go right, BLM goes left, if police go up, BLM goes down. That is a really bad PR clusterfuck.  You don’t deliberately position yourself opposite the cops, because cops are really popular, so much so that ballot measures on their behalf rarely fail, which is a segue to my Proposition P post you can find in today’s post storm. Anyway, I infer from that that they’re not being professionally handed by real PR pros, which means that (((Soros))) and Company haven’t deployed any such assets their way. Which in turn means that ((())) et al. have no real long term investment in or care for BLM. The Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s, (and we’re told that BLM is today’s CRM), was the total opposite, in terms of image management and message discipline, even if not in terms of reality, thanks to ((())) et al. They were all about playing up to whitey’s pathological altruism and sense of fairness, for outward consumption anyway, and making themselves look like they were or wanted to be on the side of law and order, and in some cases, portraying the law enforcement assets of their political opposition as lawless and out of control.

When that happens, BLM will be interred next to OWS in the political graveyard.  Not that anyone is really paying attention, or thinking subversively, or putting two and two together, or reading between the lines, but this tells you precisely why OWS was a massive epic fail.  Elsewhere in today’s post storm, I use a phrase that I’ve used here in the past on occasion to ridicule the “progressive stack” — progressivetard stack.  Now let’s hook that together with another one of my long time themes which I also mention elsewhere in today’s post storm, that SJWism is how the plutocrats-corporations-((()))-deep state tie a lead anchor around the populist left.  Once OWS took up, and in fact, popularized the very concept of, the progressivetard stack, that only guaranteed that OWS would not only piss everyone else off, but piss each other off internecinely.  There have been actual murders in wokeville over who is more social justice-y than whom, and then of course in true social justice fashion, the big concern after those murders isn’t the murder, but gender pronouns.  Just as SJW meant that OWS no longer cared about Oing WS.

Flag It

13 07 2017

Twilights of Rage

16 06 2017


OCGE reversed some of Obama’s last moment Cuba policy changeups, and insinuates that none of them will go back in that direction until, among other things, Havana hands over Joanne Chesimard, aka Assata Shakur.

ICYMI, here’s a long but excellent book review that’s probably as worthy as the book itself, that puts, among other people, the lovely and gracious Miss Chesimard, into context.  We think it’s never been worse, but the 1970s make our times look Halcyon.

Today’s Anarchy Stack Is Brought to You By the Letter P

2 05 2017

Philadelphia;  Portland, Oregon

Antifas delude themselves, and try to fool everyone else, into thinking that they’re some sort of Davids fighting Goliath.  In reality, they are Goliath’s unofficial militia.  Antifa thrives in places where politicians, academics and authorities give them their tacit blessing.  Which is why Berkeley, California is their world headquarters.  More than that, Antifa is, with perhaps a few layers of built-in plausible deniability, the way that The Powers That Be, including ((())), make sure that nationalism doesn’t get too out of hand.

Which is why when Antifas in Philly do things like this, they really mess up.  That’s because they’re turning on their masters.  You’re not supposed to be hurting these people, you stupid ass Antifas, you’re supposed to be taking orders from these people by running out to the middle of bum fucked nowhere and beating up on some young white people who don’t have two nickels to rub together.

Also, some of the May Day celebrants in Portland, another Antifa hotbed, have been bagged and tagged:

And something should jump right out at you.  It’s something I have come to figure out about Antifas, SJWs, and modern-day hard leftists in general.

It’s all about the oldest hustle in existence:  The pursuit of sex.

SJW men tend to be beta or lower males who are mad that the hot girls won’t check for them. Therefore, they channel their sexual frustration into social justice warriorism. This is how they pawn the blame for that off on the supposed *-isms/*-phobias of the girls that won’t give them the time of day and the greater society that all are a part of.

Likewise, SJW women, homely as they are, are mad that rich powerful successful men won’t check for them, and pick hot blondes instead of trigglypuffs. Therefore, they latch onto SJWism/feminism because they’re trying to affix themselves to important choke points of cultural and social power to force society to redefine feminine beauty away from Melania Knauss and towards Trigglypuff. So that Donald Trump will give his credit cards to Trigglypuff instead of Melania Knauss.

Like I’ve been saying, what seems to be new is nothing more than a new spin on old.

Milo + Irony = Milirony

30 04 2017

Berkeley, California

Really?  You don’t say.

I also find a little bit of irony here, because this gang’s most recent outburst was to force Milo to cancel his presentation there, and it wasn’t that much longer that the pedo nontroversy temporarily derailed Milo’s train.

Same Ole World

6 03 2017

Middlebury, Vermont


Some professors in attendance gave “tacit and explicit support” to the strategy, one source reported, and admitted that they had not read Murray’s work.

“When asked by students and other faculty members whether they had ever read Charles Murray’s work, the organizers bristled at the notion that they should be asked to read a work before condemning it,” a source close to the meetings told TWS. “‘You mean you want me to read The Bell Curve?'”

“Some professors” didn’t just give “tacit and explicit support” to the goon tactics, they organized and provoked them.  How many times must I quote my own axiom?

Almost 100% of the people who hate The Bell Curve have never read it.  Those who have read it know that it happens to be one of today’s hottest issues.


New Trigglypuff

3 02 2017


Point being, she wants the NYPD to assault people she doesn’t like.

She has a campus, when what she really needs is a home.

Not Even Antifas Can Be This Ridiculous

3 02 2017



Or can they?

Can anyone confirm the veracity?

That Axiom Again

2 02 2017

Berkeley, California

My 54th axiom, yet again:

Whenever a mass group of young people do something, there is always an old person behind it.  If a mass of young men bearing arms take a hill, there is an old man with stars on his helmet behind it.  Likewise, when you see masses of young “anarchists,” there is an old man with tenure behind it.

Obviously, it’s easy to see how I think Jeff Sessions should move on the Berkeley riot of last night:

Round up the masked thugs, and put pressure on them, including hanging paper, until they start dropping dimes on the professor(s) who are behind it all.

Then throw the book at the professor(s).

A Time for Hobson’s Choosing

1 02 2017

Downtown; Clayton

Either you’re around dindus or around the Soros rent-a-mob.

Cause They’ll Hate You Just the Same

1 02 2017

Berkeley, California

This should officially end the Alt-Lite’s triangulation/virtue-signaling against the Alt-Right.

Occupied South City

17 08 2016

Dutchtown; Tower Grove South

Breitbart on the BLM radical splinter group called Fuck12.

Before I discuss the local angle, I want to note this part:

Though definitions tend to vary between common reference sources online, #Fuck12 draws its origins from Atlanta and Oakland social media users typically decrying the fact that narcotics officers (Code 12) are bearing down on their presumed illegal activities.

Keep this in mind, because I’ll be looping back around to it in a moment.

Now for the local angle:

A St. Louis-area “radical bookstore” has utilized the #Fuck12 tag to hawk its rather unsurprising wares as well.

And below that is this tweet.

A black rose is an anarchist movement symbol.

Black Rose Books’s Twitter page proclaims that they have one location at FOAM on the corner of Cherokee and Jefferson, and another coming soon at MoKaBe’s on Arsenal near Grand.

Cherokee Street between Jefferson and Gravois is really starting to become notorious for two things: One, Hispanic immigrants, even though for now, that’s their only real patch in the city; they’re not a factor in citywide or regional affairs as a whole, though that’s where St. Louis’s Cinco de Mayo is celebrated every year, mainly another drinking opportunity for normal people around here not of the ethnicity being celebrated (see also:  Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day).  Two, white or (((white))) young far left anarchist type extremist activism and politics. Some community arts hovel called CAMP (?) is on Cherokee about a block away from the old Hermann Eisele joint, (and consider the irony of that for one moment).  Bernie Sanders’s St. Louis HQ was also somewhere that part of Cherokee.  This is not on Cherokee Street itself, but a couple of blocks north on Jefferson, and having the name Cherokee in it, but the Cherokee Rec Center is where Knockout Martin Luther King was born.  Even though the black undertow is being pushed away from Cherokee Street specifically, they still predominate in some of the surrounding neighborhoods, and often cause trouble for Hispanics, hipsters and anarchists, and especially other black people, around there and in the general area.

MoKaBe?  Well, you may remember they were in the news not so long ago about their dislike for cops.  Sure, they addressed the situation, by doubling down.

So, in those areas, you have an uneasy and volatile combination of people that for some reason really dislike cops.


Blacks, well, we know why, because their experience with cops almost always involves them coming around to put Uncle Leroy in handcuffs.  As for the anarchists, I figured them out ten years ago.

Remember that blockquote at the beginning of this post?  That brings us full circle.  At the root of all of this is dope.  Blacks and white or (((white))) anarchists are mad at cops for interfering with the dope trade.  Sure, that’s not their only beef, but the dope thing is the straw that is stirring this drink.  The net consequence of the desire of their anti-cop political activity, whether they want to admit it or not, is consequence-free cultivation, manufacturing, transporting, distributing, dealing and using of what are at the moment considered to be illicit drugs.

What they don’t realize, especially the ones who make money from the dope trade, is the reason why it’s lucrative is because it’s illegal.  You know, that whole risk-reward continuum.  Take the cops away, and you take the risk away, and when you take the risk away, you take the profitability away.  If illicit drugs were legal, they’d be just another low margin commodity from which everyone on the production-distribution-retail-consumption (not much) value added chain is ekeing out an existence.

Of course, I’m trying to reason indirectly with people whose brains are on drugs.


Company Policy

8 10 2015

Tower Grove East

Yeah, I don’t the employee was acting in contradictory fashion to his bosses.  This joint is on Arsenal close to Grand, and if you remember, that’s the part of South City where the secondary protesting happened the night after the grand jury no true bill was announced last November, in that whole corridor along Grand from 44 south to a few blocks south of Arsenal.  Also remember that night there was a pre-planned pre-approved “shutdown” of the eastbound lanes of 44 near the Grand overpass.  And it’s in the area where St. Sandwich of Ham, Vonderrit “Droop” Myers Jr., deprived us of his company one year ago today.

It’s also close to what was the heart of Knockout Martin Luther King country a few years ago, only several blocks north of where Matt Quain was whacked.

Are Your Pets Giving You Problems, Andy?

30 06 2015


The rabble versus Andy Taylor.

They must not realize that Taylor is just about the worst anti-white race panderer in St. Louis’s constellation of very high level business and corporate executives.

He Didn’t Clarify, He Doubled Down On Stupid

26 04 2015

New York

He didn’t apologize, he didn’t backtrack, and the only thing he clarified is that he was doubling down on this “punching up” versus “punching down” hobby horse of his, and that he’s a left wing crackpot.

They’ve Got to Be Kidding

31 03 2015

The Bronx


Meet the new group that wants to disarm and displace the NYPD

A newly-formed group of activists are teaming up with Copwatch, an anti-police brutality group that records video of police conduct in their communities, to create “no-cop zones,” and maybe even disarm the police, through the use of direct action.

“Disarm NYPD” is a new collective seeking to immediately stop the New York Police Department from killing anyone ever again. The group seeks to monitor and pressure police, with the help of local communities and Copwatch groups, until they retreat from over-policed neighborhoods and then maintain these cop-free zones with alternative, community-based forms of conflict resolution. Along with that, the group also seeks the total disarmament of the police.

“We feel that the police have proven that they’re not responsible enough to carry arms due to the fact that they’ve been killing people so consistently for so many decades,” said a member of Disarm NYPD, who chose to remain anonymous. “We feel that they should be disarmed immediately.”

Along with stripping police of their weapons, Disarm NYPD wants to push the police out of neighborhoods entirely. Then, within these spaces, the group wants to help residents form conflict-resolution bodies to make police obsolete and to build councils and networks to enable local communities to organize their own lives.

Let’s join together to use reason and the power of inference.

Cops go where the crime is.  They don’t go where crime isn’t.  Therefore, if you don’t want cops hanging around, don’t be doing the kind of crime which draws their attention.  Since this is the kind of area where the cops hang around a lot, too much for the liking of these activists, it must be a high crime area.  The kind of people who make this a high crime area aren’t going to be deterred by conflict resolution and restorative justice.

But that’s not the point.  Cui bono when the cops are gone?  One, dope dealers and dope gangs, two, dope users, (which explains the interest that non-black leftists have in “Copwatch” and “Disarm NYPD,” as well as other political movements), and three, considering the No-Go Zones in Europe, AQ-ISIS.  Should this milieu get its way, bet on Mohammed al-Terroristiqua planting himself in the no-cop zones.

In reality, the only people these people are kidding are themselves.  In the real world New York, the people that run things and the people that really matter are fishing for the next candy-coated pretext that they’ll use to shovel all these “real” Bronx residents out of the Bronx.  Once those areas become gentrified, then they won’t be “over-policed” anymore.

Sounds Like a Snoozer

7 10 2014


Let’s see.  They’ll be doing stuff on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Weather man says that it’s probably going to be raining on Friday, and chances of rain on Saturday and Sunday, upper 50s low 60s all three days.  I hope that it’s even rainier and chillier than that.

Because if it is, they’ll have to stay inside the mosque.

Also, these events are a part of this larger putsch.