Next Week’s Docket

28 08 2015


Zomg, Napoleon and Huey Long and Mussolini.

I like this writer’s somewhat favorable comparison between Trump this year and PJB in 1992 and 1996, though that is to be expected in the publication that PJB founded, even though TAC is now closer to Cuck City than Buchananville.

But it also provides us with a hint to what will come after Nazi Week, if one is tuned in enough to read between the lines.  After all, Brutus Week is a rather apocalyptic proposal, so I’m sure Trump’s enemies would rather make it the last resort.

Pay close attention:

We tend to forget the fatalists because they tend not to vote. They view the world as foreign, chaotic, ephemeral, dangerous, on the edge of falling into bedlam. He used the analogy that their world is like a marble rolling unsteadily on a glass surface, rolling and pitching who knows where. Government has some control but is run by an untouchable, all-powerful elite acting in its own interest.

Get it yet?

Next week will be Tinfoil Week, or Black Helicopter Week, or Conspiracy Kook Week.

Time Is Proof

28 08 2015

Austin, Texas

In the first Republican Presidential debate, one of the moderators tried to nail Trump on his contention that the Mexican government is actively encouraging its people to migrate northward, asking him for proof.  He couldn’t think of any at the moment; meanwhile, I and someone else at the debate viewing party I semi-crashed yelled to the TV, “The comic book!”  Referring to “Guia del Migrante Mexicano.” Since then, Trump has released the immigration proposals, and as you can see, that does mention the “pamphlets” and links to a NYT article about them.  This means that some time between the two, he either remembered it on his own or someone showed it to him.

Here’s more proof that emigration is official Mexican government policy.  Let me put it to you this way:  It’s the best logical explanation for Mexico even filing this brief.  If it wasn’t the case, I don’t see any motivation for them doing so. The state of Texas is trying to do an end run around birthwrong citizenship, so why would the Mexican government file the brief in an already existing lawsuit to force Texas into issuing Texas birth certificates for newborn children who are already Mexican citizens at Mexican law? Answer: It’s because the Mexican government also wants them to be American citizens.

Echoes of Twenty Years Ago

28 08 2015


I’m anything but a Peggy Noonan fan, but she gets this right:

Second, Mr. Trump’s support is not limited to Republicans, not by any means.

Third, the traditional mediating or guiding institutions within the Republican universe—its establishment, respected voices in conservative media, sober-minded state party officials—have little to no impact on Mr. Trump’s rise. Some say voices of authority should stand up to oppose him, which will lower his standing. But Republican powers don’t have that kind of juice anymore. Mr. Trump’s supporters aren’t just bucking a party, they’re bucking everything around, within and connected to it.

Since Mr. Trump announced I’ve worked or traveled in, among other places, Southern California, Connecticut, Georgia, Virginia, New Jersey and New York’s Long Island. In all places I just talked to people. My biggest sense is that political professionals are going to have to rethink “the base,” reimagine it when they see it in their minds.

She almost gets to the point that Sam Francis so cogently made about PJB’s similar Presidential campaign in 1996 and to a lesser extent 1992.  Traditionally, Republican internecine politics, both Presidential and in general, revolves around ideologically driven people versus the mendacious money-power establishment of the party.  PJB in 1996 and now Trump in 2016 break that mold because they’re definitely running against the party establishment but they’re separating themselves from doctrinaire conservatives while doing so.  Neither one of them are ideologically driven conservatives who are looking to purify the Republican Party in the name of some sort of doctrine and beat the RINOs in the process.  They’re third way sort of candidates, and if anything, as we saw with PJB in 1996 and Trump this year, if anyone gets rapped for their lack of conservative purity, it is they.  Ironically, they take these barbs from some of the same people who bash the ideologically driven conservatives for their ideological purism.

Something is going on, some tectonic plates are moving in interesting ways. My friend Cesar works the deli counter at my neighborhood grocery store. He is Dominican, an immigrant, early 50s, and listens most mornings to a local Hispanic radio station, La Mega, on 97.9 FM. Their morning show is the popular “El Vacilón de la Mañana,” and after the first GOP debate, Cesar told me, they opened the lines to call-ins, asking listeners (mostly Puerto Rican, Dominican, Mexican) for their impressions. More than half called in to say they were for Mr. Trump. Their praise, Cesar told me a few weeks ago, dumbfounded the hosts. I later spoke to one of them, who identified himself as D.J. New Era. He backed Cesar’s story. “We were very surprised,” at the Trump support, he said. Why? “It’s a Latin-based market!”

“He’s the man,” Cesar said of Mr. Trump.


I will throw in here that almost wherever I’ve been this summer, I kept meeting immigrants who are or have grown conservative—more men than women, but women too.

Okay, she’s being way too optimistic there, but she is making the same point that I have, that Trump’s macho sells well to Hispanic men, maybe well enough for him to get close to a majority of them, though he won’t do any better with Hispanic women than a generic Republican would.

Our Little Boy Is an All Grown Up Woman

28 08 2015

New Orleans

Superdome Boy, ten years later.

Speaking of…

Thot Peasant

28 08 2015

Columbus, Ohio

Thot King loses his throne, entirely due to self-incrimination.

In case you might be a bit up in the air about Thot King:

There is something very weird about this story, though.  Let’s see if any of you are thinking what I’m thinking.

Fools Rush In

27 08 2015

Richmond, Virginia

Eric Cantor endorses Jeb!.

Jeb! just got through defending San Jorge Ramos.

So far, Nazi Week has been a flop.

And they wonder why Trump is blowing everybody’s asses out of the water.


Social Justice

27 08 2015

Fountain Park

This is from the SLPD’s official YT channel.

The description box for this video reads:

Help us identify the individuals in this video!

Relative to civil unrest occurring in the area of Walton and Page on 8/19, the front windows of Kings Beauty Supply, STL Custom Designs and Nail Spa, all located at 1330 Aubert, were shattered. Approximately 30-40 subjects then entered the businesses and took various cosmetic/hair products and items, jewelry and clothing.

This video depicts the suspects who entered Kings Beauty Supply.

Anyone with information on any of the individuals in the video is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477).

A cop shot and killed a civilian, the circumstances are still up in the air. However, the precepts of social justice in bell curve city require those who are upset with it to loot weaves from the nearest beauty supply store, in this case, three blocks away. Remember, one of the very first stores looted on the Fergaza Strip on the night of August 10, 2014 was a hair hat emporium, a weave world.

As for IDing these people giving themselves a social justice 100% discount on weave, well, the TALA Doctrine probably makes that next to impossible.


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