Concession Speech

24 07 2016

Washington, D.C.

Me, June 8:

Politicians who bank all their hopes on either Hispanics or under-30 voters are essentially giving their concession speeches.

From #DNCLeak:

Relying on either young voters or Hispanic voters is a fool’s errand.  Rolling them together and relying on them is just plain fucking insane.  If Hispanic millennials are such a force, explain why California is run by mostly white or (((white))) boomers and silents, and why the leading candidate to fill an open Senate seat because one of those oldsters finally decided to retire isn’t Hispanic.  Piggybacking off of this news I had in the wrap-up earlier today.

BTW, I’d like to see what they use for evidence that Hispanic millennials > All baby boomers.  And I’d like to see where the DNC is coming up with the logic that there is a good enough chance that they might not get the votes of this demographic now or when they get older; are we to think that today’s Under-35 Hispanics will ever vote Republican, either now or when they get older?  “You get more gibs from us than the other party” is good enough for getting 60% of the Hispanic vote bare rock bottom.

Problacktards and Antiwhitetards

24 07 2016

Baton Rouge; Cleveland

This is a fairly good even if not perfect backgrounder on black nationalist and associated groups.  (Not perfect because it tries to drag the Klan into the narrative.)  Just as alt-right is an umbrella term that refers to anyone in the generic whose rightist politics are chiefly motivated by some form of anti-egalitarianism and are not comfortable with claiming any of the other major strands of modern rightism, all these black nationalist and kinda-sorta movements and mindsets have their own umbrella grab-bag term:  Pro-black, or as I call it, problacktard.  It includes lots of things:  Outright black nationalists, black secessionists, Moorish Science Temple, black sovereign citizens, conscious brothers and sisters, Hotep, Nation of Islam, Hebrew-Israelite (of the black variety), New Black Panther Party, Universal African People’s Organization, Five Percenters, Boyce Watkins, Professor Griff, Frances Cress Welsing, Tariq Nasheed, Umar Johnson, Sa Neter, and much and many more.  Like alt-right, it’s full of people and things that aren’t exactly in tune with each other.  Notice that Hotep, Nation of Islam and Hebrew-Israelite are included, and obviously, black Americans can’t be ancient Egyptian polytheists, Muslims and (“the true”) Jews, all at the same time.

On the other side of the coin, there are the antiwhitetards, the trucklers, the pathologically altruistic virtue signalers, the people who need to make it known that they’re white, but they’re better than those icky sticky kind of white people.  Out of Cleveland, we see:

In Shaker Heights, a diverse and wealthy suburb of Cleveland, 50-year-old Lisa Vahey said she and other mothers at her daughter’s high school are looking to turn an informal discussion about race, including a Facebook group, into more concrete action.

The group, calling itself Shaker Heights High School CommUnity Builders, will be pushing administrators this school year to better integrate sports and other extracurricular activities that tend to get segregated along racial lines, she said.

Let’s unpack this.  Lisa Vahey and all her too prosperous for their own good soccer moms are going to make sure that there aren’t too many whites on the swim team and there aren’t too many blacks on the basketball team.  Which should work out just peachy.  Sure, they might accomplish what they want, but don’t expect any state championships any time soon.  Not with African Rockfish swimming the hundred free.

In the late 1970s, when the Federal judiciary was at the peak of its obsession with forced integration, a Federal judge forced several school districts in the Cleveland area to have race quotas for its high school sports teams.  I’m not making this up.


24 07 2016

New York

“LaQueenia is a NAME!”

Yes it is.

It’s the name of a person that is part of your party’s most loyal voting demographic, black women.

Midwestern Nice

24 07 2016

Washington, D.C.

My illegitimate father notices that:

It’s widely appreciated that Trump appealed especially to non-college-graduates and older voters. There’s also an ethnic angle. Groups with high degrees of social connectedness and respect for order — Mormons, Dutch- and German-Americans — were largely immune from his appeal. People without such ties, whom he called Thursday night “people who work hard but no longer have a voice,” were drawn to him.

Groups that respond positively to raucous disruptive appeals rallied to Trump: Scots-Irish along the Appalachian spine from western Pennsylvania to northern Alabama; and Italian-Americans, half of whom live with 100 miles of New York City. If you draw a map of counties where Trump topped 50 percent by May 4, the great bulk of them are along that diagonal and within that circle.

At least within Republican politics, and maybe the country, the division is no longer North-South, but instead North+South+Border jaded and hardened versus Upper Midwestern and Intermountain pleasant.  The very people who still have the social preconditions which Trump seems to want for everywhere are the very people who were coldest to Trump’s campaign.  For example, heavily Dutch-American Sioux County, Iowa is the beaux ideal of Trump policies, but Trump only got 11% of the vote in the Hawkeye Cauci, Cruz won it with 34%.

Bell Curve Country

24 07 2016

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Off top, let me note the irony of a black professor calling for a black American ethnostate while teaching at an institution that is not an HBCU.

Leaving that aside, he’s trying to make the case for the ease of establishing the ethnostate:

Some black radicals are calling for the creation of a racially segregated black nation in five American states after the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling — both black men — at the hands of U.S. police officers.

Wait until they’re ensconced in their ethnostate, and have to deal with black cops, or what will pass for law enforcement, which will, over time, degrade into mere muscular enforcement of the will of the warlords or big chiefs.

“There are large sections of the United States that have nothing but black people in them already,” Davenport told Atlanta Black Star. “There are cults and militias as well as private corporations that do whatever they want behind their closed doors.”

The taxpayer-funded professor claimed that “in New York and Chicago” he observed “that organizations like the Nation of Islam occupy decent-size areas in American cities.”

The ethnostate can happen, because of the black belt and urban ghettos.  Which means full ethnostate ahead, because Claiborne County, Mississippi and East St. Louis.  I’m already sensing superpower.

“Cults, militias and corporations” can do whatever they want behind closed doors?  That’s new to me.

The Republic of New Africa could alternatively concentrate in pockets of America where the U.S. government “can no longer maintain control,” Davenport suggested.

“Can no longer maintain control” means “white people have lost their willpower and desire.”

Davenport advised black people seeking to foment revolution to “move slow” and “not reveal the plan until it is too late.”

Don’t “reveal the plan until it’s too late” reads like a cult, setting up a Jim Jones Guyana situation where the followers can’t escape once they do realize it’s a cult.

“We have to stop wasting our money on cars, tennis shoes and rims,” Omowale, whose real name is Darrin Reed, said. “We need to be land owners, and this is our way to have a nation within a nation,” Omowale added.  “The same way we migrated out of the South after slavery, we can migrate back to the South. Let us be land owners.”

Your ethnostate is necessarily dependent on black people not wasting their money on instantly gratifying conspicuous consumption.

Pardon me for a moment.

(Walks into another room)


Okay, I’m back.

It should also be noted that the South to North black migration, was wasn’t directly “after slavery” but was mostly between the two World Wars, had nothing to do with owning land or forming an ethnostate or doffing conspicuous consumption, but it was a combination of their agricultural labor becoming obsolete in the South and the demand for industrial employment in the North.  So the migration was proletarian in nature, not nation-building.

“We just need to start migrating back to those states and taking control of the economics in those states,” Omowale explained to radio host Aaron Klein last week, according to The Huntsville Times. “If black people move in, most definitely white people will move out. So it’s not a hard process for us to have our own country within a country.”

“Taking control of the economies in those states,” coming from a people whose organizational skills typically top out at hole-in-the-wall nightclubs.  “If black people move in, most definitely white people will move out.”  Well, Sambeaux, you got that right.  The broken clock is right twice a day.  There goes the neighborhood.

Davenport, the University of Michigan professor, likes…Billy Joel.

Parody song lyrics idea:  Rewriting “We Didn’t Start the Fire” around black nationalism.

Taking the Black Bodies Metaphor Literally

24 07 2016

Gulfport, Mississippi


“The families decide.”  And that’s the key to the vacuousness of their lawsuit.  The families, presumably a big percentage of those are black (remember, the state of Mississippi), decide on the funeral homes.  They can read the news just like anyone else, who lazy and sloppy black mortuaries can be with the remains of the recently departed.  But then I say that, and I realize that these kinds of lawsuits, as vacuous as they are, often don’t work out that way — I can see the Federal courts ordering a forced racial balance body distribution system, where the number and racial composition of remains are balanced out between black and white funeral homes.  The Federal courts have in the past involved itself in far more trivial matters for the purposes of racial balance, so why not this?

“Funeral directors have long served as pillars of black communities in the United States.”  I don’t know if I would brag about that.


When segregation was strong, Hartwell said, the coroner “would call the black funeral homes for the black body, white funeral homes for the white body.” But these days, the coroner “calls the white funeral homes for everybody, almost exclusively,” he added. “That’s just wrong.”

Hide this paragraph from Ta.  Then again, hide this whole article from Ta; he might get off on it.

If You Leave Me Now, You’ll Take Away the Biggest Part of Me

24 07 2016

Baton Rouge

Let’s pick this up a few paragraphs in:

Meanwhile, the rich, white enclave of south Baton Rouge has launched a campaign to split off from the poor, majority-black north, into a new city called St. George.

Holden has fought the separation in every way possible, even annexing the land under the stores at the Mall of Louisiana to keep their massive sales taxes in the city of Baton Rouge if the secession is successful.

The break would prove devastating to the remaining city of Baton Rouge, according to a Louisiana State University economics study. It would also be a major blow to the legacy of a mayor who has preached unity.

And now, let’s set it to music.

“Preached unity.” Which, considering the revealed preferences of his actions, means that he’s begging white people to keep their checkbooks open, otherwise, the dindus are so fucked.

Ironically, Missouri’s city of St. George — It didn’t go away soon enough for me.


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