Whatever the results of next month’s election, this presidential campaign has illuminated corners of our polity that have long preferred the gloom. I do not think living memory offers another example of so many rodents linking arms in the light.
* Republicans rejecting their own constituents
* The use of conservatism to harvest votes for globalism
* Cross-party political unification
* Neocons returning left on the trail of jeers
* The media’s open collusion with democrats
* The ongoing integration of business into movement liberalism
* 50 years of rigging elections.
* And, as always, a Hungarian jew buried under his marionettes.
Though there has been nothing so maliciously overt as the consolidation of force against blue collar whites. This being a cohort with practically zero political advocacy. And those who lack aggressive defense can always rely upon receiving enthusiastic attacks.
Of course the left long ago progressed from championing these hard-hat every-men to the less industrious though far more fecund urban clientele that now serve as our violent moral exemplars. Often called “Reagan Democrats” working class whites periodically flirted with Republicans who offered them indifference rather than contempt. And while that’s certainly enticing, the right’s free-trade religion left many shorn of livelihoods in rusted towns being colonized by Quetzalcoatl.
Thus while liberalism’s overt racial hostility was not ideal, it did remain politically competitive with the prospect of unemployment and alcoholism. That is until democrats fully embraced the globalist economic agenda and began offering both simultaneously.
This has occasioned a mass migration of political refugees to a Republican Party that has no interest in taking them in. It must be truly wrenching for DC apparatchiks desperate to execute a Hispanic pivot to see instead millions of furious white proles in their primaries actually demanding political representation. Christ, how many of you can even speak Spanish? The Republican Party NO HABLA INGLES!
You can imagine True Conservatives aren’t the only ones vexed by this blue collar recalcitrance. The left has customarily fallen upon its fainting couch. I mean, blacks burning down their charity hovels and assaulting/murdering innocent bystanders are what we call civil rights protests. But whites attending political rallies and railing about the media that openly despise them are Hitler. And he must be dealt with. Consider these ruminations from The Atlantic:
And so the United States has reached the point where a chunk of Trump voters feel moved to let their freshly stoked inner bigot off the leash, be it on social media or at public events. This summer, The New York Times compiled a video montage titled, “Unfiltered Voices From Donald Trump’s Crowds,” which spotlighted the vulgar language used among Trump supporters at rallies. Then, toward the end of the clip, Trump fan Mike Wallace, a pale, skinny older guy who looked more worn-down than mad as he explained his voting choice, lamented: “I feel he’s the last chance we have to establish law and order and preserve the culture I grew up in.” Such is the core anxiety Trump has exploited in his followers.
Trumpism has made the rest of the nation all the more eager to ignore the millions of white voters living on the edges of the economy.
There is little value in trying to figure out what portion of Trump fans are, say, hard-core xenophobes vs. casual bigots (now there’s a term) vs. voters merely disgusted with the system. Hillary Clinton, for her part, may have apologized for her “deplorables” crack, but some in the electorate share her frustration. And with every day that goes by, animus toward this group grows: How can you support this charlatan? Don’t you know what he said about X? Didn’t you hear what his supporters did to that protester in Y? And, my God, what about that kid in Virginia who yelled “Take the bitch down”?
If anything, Trumpism has, in part, made the rest of the nation all the more eager to ignore the millions of white voters living on the edges of the economy. Many may now be written off without guilt, because they have shown themselves to be not just unfortunates but undesirables—irredeemable hate-mongers itching to reassert their cultural dominance. Of course, the political establishment will first need to spend a couple of months piously lecturing Trump fans. But once the finger wagging is done, non-Trump America will return to their regular lives, leaving disappointed Trump devotees to stew in the resentments and anxieties he, among others, has nurtured.
Full of Resentments and Anxieties
Which bloc-voting leftist clientele class would the above descriptions not apply to? As the obvious answer is none, there’s no principle at work in these denunciations. It’s just base contempt foisted upon the only group The Atlantic would ever dare sanction. There’s a term for exclusively attacking those who have no viable means of retaliation. That term is not courage.
Reviled, lectured, and then written off without guilt. I do hope these sentiments are etched in memory’s granite when pious suggestions to embrace our universal brotherhood are put forth in the future.
Also noteworthy is how perspectives on undesirability shift when it is the feet of Atlantic writers doing the talking rather than their tongues. When the question is, What neighborhood shall we move to shitlib dearest? The answer is consistently: one full of ‘irredeemable’ whites.
But hypocrisy and duplicity aren’t liberalism’s only attractive features. There’s also the determined inability to comprehend how third wave artisanal coffee beans get turned into lattes at hipster redoubts. Because hating blue collar whites requires never realizing whose back you’re standing on.
Drill bit and refinery operators
Stephen Colbert makes me laugh, what the fuck do any of these people do? I just turn knobs, push buttons, and tap my screen and things happen; that’s how the world works. Why it doesn’t work that way in third-world countries is a topic we will spend very little time contemplating.
Obviously virtue-man must toil to never see beyond the nose he looks down. Though if ever considered for a moment, it would be discomfiting to realize the infrastructure platform for his opinions is maintained strictly by the recipients of his disdain. Instead of persistent rolling brownouts, why do lights always turn on over the heads of Atlantic writers? They don’t know, and Tennessee Coates isn’t telling.
As long as one’s cocoon of temperate ignorance is well maintained, the incentives to intellectually venture out from it are few. And that keeps the rodents feeling very warm indeed.