Interesting Times

Time really flies once the rabies virus enters the central nervous system. It seems like only days ago that Richard Spencer was the “nazi” being attacked in the street. Now simply being a Trump supporter attracts the bloodlust of neo-bolsheviks. Soon enough it will be elderly women with a southern accent, and then school-children in white socks. People rarely see far enough over the grim horizon as the left goes feral. This myopia resulting in history’s most tearfully regretted assurance: It could never happen here.

Of course it happening here currently faces a big blond impediment perched in the White House. And one of the tactics he should immediately commence is turning masked antifa klan cells into FBI agent mixers, with resulting conspiracy indictments and charges against their funding sources. I don’t know how well The Thing can waddle in shackles at such an advanced age, though I’ll have little sympathy to offer its struggle. As for his drones, a period of correctional reflection is probably necessary to clarify that attacks won’t be tolerated, even when the color of your mask is black.

But this all presupposes the continuation of a unified state apparatus. And by unified, I mean one in which all the principals agree to a given set of rules. Historically these rules have meant Congress passes laws, which the Court may or may not permit and the President may or may not enforce. While state governors and their legislatures retained absolute jurisdiction over all other matters not specifically enumerated in Article One, Section Eight. That being in practical terms what species of fowl they’d like to put on their license plates.

In this Implied Constitution, the federal executive and judiciary tacitly split the country’s rule, while taking pains to avoid confrontations that would make this arrangement more awkwardly conspicuous. It’s quite an elegant system if you don’t think about it. And even though the odds remain good it will persist a while longer, I think there is a not insignificant chance that its short-term prognosis is bleak.

Having taken note of his predecessor, Trump is humoring the showgirls on Capitol Hill while moving to actually lead by the pen. The left (including GloboCorp uniformly) is naturally apoplectic and seeking succor in the courts. The place from which nearly its entire modern edifice has emerged. I guess it’s hard to blame them; you certainly don’t want important decisions left in the hands of the people who have to live with them.

While the executive and judiciary have periodically generated some very mild friction in the recent past, these first skirmishes of the Trump presidency portend something much hotter. As you know a liberal judge, envisioning herself as the protagonist in one of Hollywood’s semi-annual slave movies, has already issued a partial stay. Additionally, every business down to Myrtle’s Diner is pledging to sponsor more legal challenges. You can certainly see whose loyalty your Netflix subscription is purchasing. To paraphrase that company’s CEO, it’s unamerican to have an America of Americans.

Since Harry Reid dispensed with the senate filibuster to pack the lower courts with Obama appointments, there is now a broad shelf of eager unheard-ofs ready for their civil rights hero audition. All of whom have been well marinated in the legal doctrine of what I don’t like can’t possibly be constitutional. So I expect a perpetual battery of obscure jurists issuing politically bald injunctions.

The question is, what will Trump and his departments do about it. There was a tantalizing taste of that in the ruling’s immediate aftermath: DHS officers simply ignored it.

There is a real possibility this is where we are going in both directions. The migrant catch basin sanctuary cities have long been threatening non-compliance with any order that impedes American dispossession. Now California is reportedly studying means to actually withhold taxes from Washington. Ahh, I can’t wait for the federal troops and bayonets in Sacramento.

Though the larger point is that the left is actively girding itself for very high-stakes resistance. They are inching up to telling the President of the United States no. In prior times they called this sedition. If Trump were to lead out similarly or retaliate by openly dismissing the left’s judicial mandarins then suddenly the unified state apparatus will have evaporated like the dew and it’s sides being drawn. From a formerly bland existence we’d quickly find ourselves in what the Chinese call interesting times. That is when the dictum of diversity is our strength would be put to the test. I do not think it would acquit itself well. But I do think the neo-bols would find themselves facing far more formidable opposition than old women. And that alone just might make it all worthwhile.

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  2. If the GOP had any sense, they’d use their current (temporary) control to roll back copyright protections to something more reasonable than 120 years. Lots of industries are uniformly leftist, but those that depend on state fiat for their continued revenues are by far the worst. Anything that keeps money out of the pockets of Ted Turner and Mickey Mouse can’t be bad for right-wing causes. Done right, shortening copyright could cut off Hollywood and the media conglomerates at the knees.

    Likewise, they should do something to deflate the higher-ed bubble. This would probably cascade into another recession, but we’ve got one on the way in any case (we never really got out of the last one, we just papered it over with Monopoly money). I haven’t studied the issue in enough depth to know how to do this, but making student loans subject to normal bankruptcy law might work. Making it harder to get student loans cuts off the revenue stream that academic institutions use to pay for Lesbian literary criticism courses, and relieving students of their existing debt burdens might help them start families at a younger age, putting them on the natural path to voting Republican. Or maybe this is a terrible plan, but anyway, if they want to preserve their tenuous gains, they have to do something about the higher ed mess… which of course means the GOP won’t do anything about it, unless they’re shoved forcefully into a corner.

    • Mangan, Bob Wallace and I were saying it back in 2012:

      1. Check rapacious intellectual property law. Big IT, Big Music, Big Publishing, Big Media and Big Hollywood, all anti-conservative and more often than not, anti-American, are subsidized heavily by ridiculous patents, near-perpetual copyright, draconian anti-piracy, etc.

      2. Make student loans dischargeable in bankruptcy. A thousand gender studies departments expire. Tenured Marxists discover their true value as Starbucks baristas and vet-techs. We’ll all be better off.

      3. Unbundle Big Cable. MSNBC, the anti-male Lifetime, Oxygen, WE, SyFy and others can chase female viewers on their own merits. For that matter, nationwide wi-fi, so men can free up disposable income to browse their favorite hate-sites.

      4. Tax the rich. They are globalist, fund huge, toxic, tax-exempt foundations, and absolutely despise the American middle class.

      5. Regulate Wall Street. And the Fed. Open market operations and the primary dealers network are the reason government can rack up trillions of dollars in debt-financing for destructive social engineering schemes. Let Wall Street crumble–you take public monies, you can dance to the public’s tune.
      _____________________________

      The Cuck Party could never even clear it’s throat on these issues. BTW, it’s interesting to browse old stuff from 2012. I’m still astonished how RIGHT the Alt-Right has been. Keep up the great work, lads.

  3. Great opening metaphor of the rabies virus in its symptomatic phase : )
    One barely had time to mourn the loss of logic and the merit of debate before the loss of order set in.
    Perhaps Trump should throw in an EO about halting immigration from Ebola countries during an outbreak and see if the Left takes the bait, hysterically demanding that Ebola travel unfettered (nay, expedited) to the US.

  4. Here’s a list of “danger signs” to watch out for, according to a German left wing magazine.

    1. If the children are “inconspicuous, cute, and engaged.”

    2. The family is generally nice and dedicated to one another.

    3. If the children are cleanly clothed, obedient, and not overly loud.

    4. The parents and children do not have American logos on their clothing.

    5. If the children exhibit attentiveness beyond their years.

    6. Young girls who often exhibit “accurately braided hair and wear long skirts.”

    7. If the parents try to build personal relationships with other parents.

    8. Parents who want to build a “better community.”

    9. If the family seems “too normal.”

    https://vertigopolitix.wordpress.com/2016/10/16/first-blog-post/

    • Thank you for putting this link up to my article. Greatly appreciated as I am a bit short on American interest to my site for the time—for whatever reason, the Europeans really dig my research. Anyway, this article was the first to run on the Black Pigeon Speaks website, and although I no longer do essays or content contribution for them, they are very much worth following. Subscribe to my Youtube channel below for connected issues.

      Thanks again, and keep on fighting…

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr3QoNiM5WtZaKSiU7n4VqQ

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  5. One of your articles from way back described the defanging of the public charge doctrine in immigration law. I want to find it because it connects to the latest from the Trumpinator’s pen, but I don’t have the time or the bandwidth to comb through hundreds of back articles. Some help?

    • https://kakistocracyblog.wordpress.com/2014/07/25/land-of-the-falling-charge/

      Here is that old piece on Japan and the public charge doctrine. As an aside, it’s a moral outrage to suffer foreigners loping over the border and immediately claiming our welfare benefits (while screaming raysis). So much of an outrage that hardly anyone even questions the practice.

      One of the common sophistries that often makes me want to see if shitlibs can fly is the rebuttal about how many natives are also on welfare. It’s wholly irrelevant. People are entitled to the infrastructure of their own home and country in a way they are not at all entitled to that of others. Even Bolshevik murderers (the appropriate euphemism for democrats going forward) can dimly understand this concept. You can test this yourself by walking out of their house with their new 4K boob box under your arm while chiding: What are you bitching about? You watch this TV too!

      Though I loved a quote from Fligel’s attached link. Trump is really showing his bigotry in this one:

      “We are a nation of immigrants.. but we are a nation of laws”
       
      “Our nation is rightly disturbed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country…
       
      Illegal immigrants take jobs from citizens or legal immigrants, they impose burdens on our taxpayers…
       
      That is why we are doubling the number of border guards, deporting more illegal immigrants than ever before, cracking down on illegal hiring, barring benefits to illegal aliens, and we will do more to speed the deportation of illegal immigrants arrest for crimes…
       
      It is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit the kind of abuse of our immigration laws that has occurred in the last few years.. and we must do more to stop it.”

      Now that’s hate. Except that wasn’t Trump at all. It was Bill Clinton.

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  7. Excellent article! First time I’ve seen the term “neo-bols” to refer to today’s bolshevik wanna-bes. Love it! I’ve been looking for a proper and accurate rebuttal to “neocon” without success till this.

    The more we can teach the educable young about how the logical end point of their Pursuit of Perfection & Equality results in not just tears but blood and lots of it, the better. There’s no time to waste. Too many are skating far beyond civility and up to the edge of violence. When elected leaders and highly visible popular culture celebrities openly talk of bombings and killings for political aims, civil discourse is not possible.

    Today’s neo-bols are tomorrow’s full-fledged Bolsheviks. History is chasing us down.

  8. When the left goes actual shooting style, or even before then, if violent enough, Trump has the Patriot Act, put in his pocket by the neo-con cucks, and the left. The list of those to be arrested is even now being made. The jails will begin to fill…….A lot of these will not leave jail, alive. Republic! Republic! Even now I hear the echoes of it, long ago, in the past. Nice while it lasted. By the time CW Mk.2 comes around the corner, we each will decide how brutal to treat the losers, or be treated by them.

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  10. “There was a tantalizing taste of that in the ruling’s immediate aftermath: DHS officers simply ignored it.”

    I have a strong feeling we are going to be in the audience for a very interesting stage show of political wargames. Trump could go full Salazar if he gets the agencies onside and decides that it’s time to test the limits of his sovereignty. Baron Baron Trump? Dare we dream…

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