Next R Up

Any normal person must long for peace, prosperity, and continuity of his habitat, people, and heritage. But longing isn’t making, and making is typically the only means of getting. Though to the extent one merely longs, bleeding social ruptures are one of the least longed for things.

This point is buried in the following quip.

It actually would have been far less socially destructive for the left to bribe a ****** accusation from one of its operatives. That’s not to assert destruction must always be malign. It may very well be the only action forward. After all, many roads are built on the dust of dynamite. Though destruction remains an act rational men cheer judiciously.

The destruction I’m referring to is the left’s accusation escalation from racis to rapis. I can assure you, many paths are going to be carved from this explosive. Of course everyone and their grandmother has grown weary to their marrow from the droning of dat raysis. But it’s worth acknowledging the function this invocation has played in our modern social fabric. The left requires an epithet to identify and designate its enemies or “Other.” Think of the pheromone stinging insects use to vector their group attacks. All hierarchies require recognizable flags.

The actual language could be anything, as the term itself is irrelevant. Only the intent of the signal matters. If Keith Olbermann were deciding, the signal might have been FUCK FUCK FUCK. Though that would be insulting to more cultured members of the hive mind, who cherish their nonconformity. Whatever the language, Bad Man/Not Us/Attack is the core data stream being transmitted when the racist klaxon is sounded. And that, you may be surprised to hear me opine, has been a relatively good thing.

As strictly a marker, raysis is quite precise. It simply marks. That mark may get you booted off twitter (a salve to any man’s sanity) or, much worse, booted from your job. The latter is no small thing, though it is also not a life ending thing either. Rapist is.

When rapist is used as an enemy marker in lieu of the far more benign racist pheromone, it transitions the attack from priests to prosecutors. This is a radical and destructive escalation. Of course the concept of Hate Crimes have already made that transition, and so this could be viewed as simply a predictable extrapolation. Though at least hate crimes require a valid underlying crime in most instances, with ‘hate’ taking the form of sentencing enhancements for white people.

Using rapist as an attack marker is much more insidious. Many liberal women will not even intend for the cold machinery of law enforcement to be awakened. They may simply seek coddling and validation from other hens. As I have said before, any society that grants social status for victimhood will enjoy a perpetual abundance of victims. But once the claim goes into the public sphere they are put in the uncomfortable position of retracting it or trudging forward. Many will grimly trudge forward. And if they were actually violated, I hope they do—immediately after the event.

But with the Kavanaugh Karnival, dopey feminists are reading the subtext. And that subtext is Rapist is a name for Bad Men. Bad men want you to have your babies when you get pregnant. Bad men want Mexicans to live in Mexico. Bad men want to replace the atmosphere with methane. And bad men violate women. Does it matter if a bad man actually did violate a woman? Did it matter if a bad man actually did ‘oppress’ blacks?

I will be grateful to be wrong, though society appears to be briskly trotting toward the time when men will feel relief to hear that someone merely accused them of screaming ******!

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33 thoughts on “Next R Up

  1. The Left will always seek to destroy those that oppose it. The right must employ the same tactics. War is war, no one ever boasted we lost but we lost honorably to the graves of their countrymen.

    • Actually many of us Southerners who had Confederate ancestors do boast that we lost but we lost honorably.
      The Yankees were war criminals who committed murder, rape, torture, arson, theft, plunder, pillage,burning of churches, and destruction of graves. Especially Sherman’s barbarians in my state of Georgia and in South Carolina. Sheridan committed the same crimes in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia,
      In contrast when the Confederate army went into Pennsylvania the honorable Christian General Robert E. Lee issued orders that no one’s private residence was to be entered. After Gettysburg a Northern lady is quoted as saying “I know of and never have heard of any incident where a Confederate soldier violated any woman during the time the Confederate army was in Pennsylvania. The English news media wrote “All the honor is with the South”. General Lee said “We only make war against armed men and not women and children”.
      I am sorry the South lost but I am proud my ancestors were honorable and I am proud of them. If my CSA ancestors had committed the crimes that the Yankee Barbarians did I would not be proud of them.
      James in Georgia–A SCV (Sons of Confederate Veterans) camp commander in southwest Georgia.
      I work every day to defend my CSA history, heritage, and culture.
      The American people, North and South, went into the [Civil] war as citizens of their respective states, they came out as subjects … what they thus lost they have never got back. – H.L. Mencken—Famous Baltimore Editor
      The principle, on which the war was waged by the North, was simply this: That men may rightfully be compelled to submit to, and support, a government that they do not want; and that resistance, on their part, makes them traitors and criminals. No principle, that is possible to be named, can be more self-evidently false than this; or more self-evidently fatal to all political freedom. Yet it triumphed in the field, and is now assumed to be established. If it really be established, the number of slaves, instead of having been diminished by the war, has been greatly increased; for a man, thus subjected to a government that he does not want, is a slave. And there is no difference, in principle — but only in degree — between political and chattel slavery. The former, no less than the latter, denies a man’s ownership of himself and the products of his labor; and asserts that other men may own him, and dispose of him and his property, for their uses, and at their pleasure.
      – Lysander Spooner (New England Nineteenth-Century lawyer, abolitionist, entrepreneur)
      “All these cries of having ‘abolished slavery,’ of having ‘saved the country,’ of
      having ‘preserved the Union,’ of establishing a ‘government of consent,’ and of
      ‘maintaining the national honor’ are all gross, shameless, transparent cheats — so
      transparent that they ought to deceive no one.”
      — Lysander Spooner, prominent Northern abolitionist,
      attorney, and legal scholar, five years after the “Civil War”
      LINCOLN’S GETTYSBURG ADDRESS WAS A LIE
      “The Gettysburg speech was at once the shortest and the most famous oration in American history…the highest emotion reduced to a few poetical phrases. Lincoln himself never even remotely approached it. It is genuinely stupendous. But let us not forget that it is poetry, not logic; beauty, not sense. Think of the argument in it. Put it into the cold words of everyday. The doctrine is simply this: that the Union soldiers who died at Gettysburg sacrificed their lives to the cause of self-determination – that government of the people, by the people, for the people, should not perish from the earth. It is difficult to imagine anything more untrue. The Union soldiers in the battle actually fought against self-determination; it was the Confederates who fought for the right of their people to govern themselves.”
      – H. L. Mencken—Famous Baltimore Newspaper Editor 1920

    • Constant overreach and silence all of the pushback. Keep the salesmen in the room with the mark uninterrupted by the uncivilized hate and while the sucker may not buy all of it he’s going to buy some of it.

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  4. Escalation has only begun.

    “Now, Tommy, can you show our committee, on this doll, where the strange man that Trump nominated touched you?”

  5. While they don’t even require any evidence at all, when did boorish behavior qualify as a crime? Next thing you know they’ll be dragging out women who are going to claim he played doctor with them against their will in kindergarten…

    • Probably enough to get flogged in a traditional system like Saudi Arabia, and in a progressive system it’s a hate crime. Of course there is no such thing as a progressive system, it’s just disorder.

  6. People err in thinking social constructs like “the rule of law” were foisted on people from “above.”

    Such constructs evolve spontaneously as a means of reducing/preventing a Hobbesian “state of nature,” i.e., the War of All Against All.

    What this idiot women don’t grasp is that weaponizing their perpetual victim status (as in being able to cause damage to men in ways that make defense impossible) simply mean that men (and their families) will eventually realize that playing by the rules is for suckers and slaves, and they simply go put lead in the bitch’s face themselves.

    This is the kind of society you see in the Black Ghetto now.
    Today an unproven accusation is used as Political Hardball.
    Tomorrow the worst cohort of women decide to use unproven accusations far more broadly.
    The day after that the fathers and brothers of those they destroy find those women and kill them.

    Darwin is served.

    • This, a million times. When you tie someones hands, they WILL try to break free. This is a simple instinct. Tie our hands legally, we resort to vigilantism, and not just towards the original accusor/aggressor, but against the ones who tied our hands in the first place as well.

      • When will we know something has changed? When the enforcement arm of whatever collective exists places us in the position of abiding by the rules and be destroyed by fiat, or risking destruction by slaughtering the enforcers. This calculation remains on the side of order…but the balance continues to shift inexorably toward chaos. No wise person relishes this.

        It is an illusion to believe that the Left lunatics are painting the strong (SWM’s) into a corner. The reality is that we’ve cowered because we had no choice. One they remove what we have left to lose, the weak will discover that it was only our self-restraint that protected them in the first place. It’s tragic that this actually sounds a little attractive to me.

        Five men armed with rifles can shut down a city. Fifty men with good preparation could shut down a city for long enough to starve half its inhabitants to death. It’s like Family Courts; they’ve long encouraged the most wicked of women to literally torment their ex-husbands, but there’s nothing but self-restraint stopping each and every one of those men from simply showing up and ending the bitch. This truth remains jaw-dropping to me, that anyone ever thinks it wise to torment what is literally the most dangerous animal on Planet Earth, the only creature in existence that can kill at a distance. I’ve long feared an epidemic of murder-suicide as men pushed past the brink of sanity by a system empowering the weak and wicked to torture them simply snap.

        This is, on the micro level what we see building at the macro. A nudge here or there and a cascade will begin. I wonder about these leftist lunatics, knowing that they’ll be shocked at the whirlwind they reap even as no snowflake feels responsible for the avalanche.

        • Chris dorner damn near shut down a city by himself. The cops were terrified of him because they knew he was trained, capable, and motivated. They were so scared they shot up a pickup that wasn’t even the right color and had a couple Mexican women in it because they thought it was his. Hard to imagine what 5 could do, singly or working together. Hope it doesn’t come to that but I fear it will.

        • It is said that captive elephants are often bound only by a thin tether because they have been raised and conditioned to believe the leash is unbreakable. Here and there an elephant–enslaved and tormented to the point of fury–goes “rogue”.

  7. One of the more grating aspects of the Kavanaugh Konundrum is how much it has nurtured the liberal female’s natural facility for solipsism. Women have plastered their twitter claques with tales of #WhyIDidntReport. And that’s fine, they each had their reason. But the fact escapes them entirely that their righteous reasons have nothing whatsoever to do with how an objective third party should evaluate an accusation. Yet they passionately believe it does.

    This following dialogue is entirely logical to a liberal woman:

    He raped me.

    When and where?

    1997 in my old apartment after we’d been drinking together in a bar.

    So you did not have a rape examination, you do not have a confession, you do not have a witness, you do not have physical evidence, and you had been drinking and invited him back to your home?

    Yes, but I had very good reasons for waiting until now to report it.

    Well if your reasons are good he’s obviously guilty.

    The issue isn’t that their reasons for not reporting aren’t valid, it’s that they aren’t relevant to anyone living outside the woman’s own psyche. But solipsists don’t understand that other people aren’t just characters in their special life. If their reasons are determinative to them, then they must be determinative to all.

    And so if you argue with one of these emotional captives, they will invariably believe that you are impugning their reasons for not reporting. But you’re not. You’re instead saying those reasons are valid for why youdid or did not report, but they are irrelevant in regard to me evaluating your claims at this point. To which they will pause reflectively for a moment before responding with SCREEEEEEE.

    As with most things concerning this cohort, logic keeps a safe distance.

  8. Dear Gaia… I’m beginning to believe the XIXth Amendment was a worse mistake than slavery.

    And now, I’m revealed to be indisputably worse than a battalion of Hitler clones.

    • Me three. What a colossal chickenshit move. At least slavery wasn’t done out of weakness.

      “Thanks for giving us the vote, fellas! Now you can’t drink.”

  9. I rubbed a girl’s ass on the bus in high school – felt so stupid I could never do that again. Does that mean the Progs will want to take my Social Security away?

  10. GET EDUCATED

    https://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2018/09/unburdening_the_white_man.html

    “We, fellow white men, have a choice. We can resist this change through futile measures, each incrementally more desperate and barbaric than the last. We can quarantine minorities into gerrymandered districts. We can put children in cages on our borders. We can put sexual assault survivors before inquisitions in the United States Senate.

    Or we can embrace change, make our peace, and share the table.

    The American Story hasn’t always been true, and might not ever have been true, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a lie.

    It can be a promise our forebearers made many generations ago, and a promise our generation gets to keep.”

  11. For those checking in I hope to get back to semi-regular posting soon. Have had huge time and attention demands lately that have left me with no more cognitive bandwidth than what it takes to tweet—which is effectively none.

    • Come on, Porter, get your priorities straight.

      Srsly tho, I wonder how anyone with a job and a family keeps up posting for any long stretch of time. Quality posting, anyway. Most people are way busier and more harried than a generation ago. I talk to my parents about this, and they notice it, and are kind of bewildered by it. The pace has been ramped up exponentially.

    • They thought that the Future was gonna be great with all the labor saving devices and prosperity.

      Plenty of time to relax. One big picnic.

      What went wrong?

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