Monday, December 5, 2016

Wake-up call for the Globalists: Nationalism is inevitable

The CBC funded a rap video that celebrated what they see as the "inevitable" end of the White race. Posted on YouTube, the video received a whopping 99% negative rating. Of course, the publishers were too scared to open the comments.

People around the world hate the idea of globalism and genocide. People want to maintain diversity and not turn the entire world into some globalist dystopian vision where humanity become a soulless, grey blob.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Donald Trump Saves American Jobs

Probably the deciding factor of the 2016 Presidential election was not Pepe cartoons or clever memes, but economic nationalism. Hillary wanted to continue with globalism. Hillary's basic attitude was that if you lost your job due to out-sourcing, that was too bad. You were expected to retrain and find something else. Of course, it was not exactly clear what the "something else" was. Not all people can be government employees.

Donald Trump was the candidate that said he would keep American jobs in America. And he has delivered on this promise even before taking office. Based on Trump's negotiations, Carrier has decided to keep over 1,000 jobs in America.

Yeah, Obama and other globalists mock this as just a drop in a bucket.  But what they don't see are the jobs that were scheduled to be outsourced this year that might be put on hold. I am sure many corporations are now reevaluating their outsourcing plans based on a Trump presidency. The risk of punishing tariffs could force many corporations to take a "wait and see" attitude before they send more jobs overseas. This alone could have save thousands of jobs.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The Alt Right and boundaries

Richard Spencer created a video (see below) that addressed me concerning many topics concerning the Alt Right. This is my video response to cover some of the common questions that people have raised that include:

1. What is Nazism
2. Punching to the Right
3. Disavowing
4. Cucking
5. Brand identity
6. Boundaries needed for a movement

From the list above, #6 is key. The idea that you can have a movement that has NO boundaries is insane. Yet, because some people have been fooled with the mantra "never punch to the right" and "never disavow" we now have the Alt Right brand associated with Hollywood Nazis. And as the mainstream media looks at Richard Spencer as the leader of the Alt Right, the fact that he won't explicitly disavow Nazism is fatal to the movement.  The serious thinkers have been replaced with Hal Turner and Andrew Anglin types.

I think Richard is intelligent and quite eloquent. But I fear his message will be muted and he will become the new David Duke for his generation - pulled out every 4 years by the media to try to discredit the politician he endorses.

I recommend that Spencer should explicitly disavow that the Alt Right has any connection with Nazism. If he refuses to do so, the Alt Right brand will remain toxic and attract only the kook element.