The Shabbos Goy Problem
If you had any doubt that we have a two-tiered justice system, the bukkake—I mean kabuki—theater of the Jussie Smollett fiasco should have dispelled any absurd notions you might’ve still been harboring that blind justice and Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence prevails in this country. It becomes more like Brazil by the day. Speaking of which, the Hail Mary that was Jair Bolsonaro has turned out to be anything but. Just like Trump, he talks a big game, but is more pro-Israel than any of his predecessors. He has allowed for Israeli troops to be stationed in the country for the inevitable regime change in Venezuela and his evident love affair with Benjamin Netanyahu is at least as off-putting as Trump’s.
I was under no illusion that Bolsonaro was going to be “/ourguy/,” but I figured he would at least combat the overtly Cultural Marxist elements of the Left in a kind of civic nationalist bridge to the next leader, who again would not be “/ourguy,” but rather someone like a Sebastian Kurz or a Viktor Orban, who would then, once the Overton Window had shifted enough and the pro-nationalist policies had gained enough traction and general acceptance, give way to a Mega-Putin or, dream of dreams, another Uncle. He was to be the guy before the guy before the guy. Now he’s just another Shabbos goy, just like Donald Trump.
There is a world of difference between placating the Jewish power structure in order to facilitate positive changes for your country and capitulating to everything they demand with aplomb. They are caricatures of neo-conservativism, which I thought heard its death knell a decade ago. Apparently not. The political bait-and-switch is getting to be a serious problem, sapping vital energies of our people and discouraging them. We still do not have enough people who have abandoned faith in the institutions that allow for this shell game to continue. We cannot vote our way out of this; Viktor Orban was absolutely correct in stating that, “In the West…there is liberalism, but there is no democracy.”
Elections and referenda are merely for show. Despite 17.4 million people voting for Brexit, the UK’s extrication from the European Union will simply not be allowed by the ruling class. There will be more referenda until the desired result is achieved, or the vote will simply be ignored. In perhaps the most stark image of the world we currently live in, black female Labour MP Fiona Onasanya, after having just been released from prison and still wearing an ankle tag, cast the deciding vote in the House of Commons in favor of delaying Brexit—this in light of the fact that under the Representation of the People Act (1983), convicted prisoners are barred from voting. A criminal non-native Briton has been allowed to hold British national sovereignty hostage. When the ruling class speaks of “our values” and “our democracy,” this is precisely what they are referring to.
Additionally, as Douglas Mercer astutely reminds us, “In 1994, the people passed Proposition 187 in California to deny public services to illegal aliens, but the Courts struck it down and the California Governor declined to defend it further in Court, so the people's will was thwarted.” Consider also the blatant voter fraud that has become endemic to the Democratic Party in the United States. By various calculations, they probably stole around twenty seats in the 2018 mid-term elections, and true to form, the cowardly Republicans just rolled over and took it. Idiocy or controlled opposition, either way the GOP is a desiccated corpse that only serves to trap whites with dog-whistles whilst never accomplishing anything but allowing for the Left to continue its cultural and institutional dominance uninterrupted.
Trump was supposed to be different; he was an outsider who talked brashly of giving America its mojo, its juice back. He’s certainly given us plenty of juice! Like Fox Mulder, I wanted to believe, and I have been properly chastened for putting faith in an illegitimate system. #NeverAgain. That said, we should not abandon the field of electoral politics because we need both visible advocates and free radicals who are dangerous to the system. Consider the conniptions Ilhan Omar caused simply by drawing attention to the outsized role AIPAC has in acting as a foreign lobby (read: dictating American foreign policy). Consider also Tulsi Gabbard’s staunch anti-interventionism. Now add either explicit identitarians or else those who play the game sharply and, without being explicit, advocate for policies that will actually help the American majority (think Tucker Carlson). Then imagine their ability to either sow dissention in the enemy ranks—especially if they run a crypto-campaign as a Democrat advocating for economic populism, and post-victory reveal themselves to be more Third Positionist-oriented—or else continue to shrewdly play the game without being explicit. As far as affecting change to the limits of the present parameters, the latter would be more effective. The former is better at causing deep division within the enemy ranks. Running as an out identitarian at this point—in either party—has its merits, but you will not win your campaign, and will experience all of the penalties “our” society metes out to dissidents. It all depends on what your goals are.
We use elections as but one vehicle for our ultimate destination, which is a homeland for our people and complete self-determination. It is often difficult to pin-point exactly the moment when the collapse begins, and it rarely happens in a dramatic fashion, though in historical or epochal terms it may well. What we are living now is the collapse of Western civilization. When a building, for example, collapses, its rubble accelerates into the ground, causing massive collateral damage. Collapse is not always total, however, and it is seldom sudden (outside of ecological or natural disasters, and even then, not always). The point is, there may be enough machinery in place that can be properly co-opted without torching the entire system. A full collapse would be downright horrific, as the rudiments of civilization cease to exist for anywhere from days to years. Before you gleefully assent that such an outcome is a positive, ask yourself very seriously and honestly if you would be able to survive that. Also consider whether collapse means the future you envision is guaranteed (hint: it doesn’t).
Regardless of whether the collapse is imminent and inevitable or we can accomplish the heroic, building networks and parallel structures is essential. Society has been blown apart, and we must have a foundation on which to build. From a practical perspective we can rely on each other and form positive, healthy communities—guiding lights in a sea of degeneracy, if you will—which will sustain the kind of people our civilization was built on. Male fraternal organizations such as mannerbunds serve a dual purpose: uplift and support for our atomized and isolated men, and potentially as advocacy groups and active organizations to advance our cause.
As far as practical action is concerned, focus on the local. If you believe you have the wherewithal and community support, an entré into local politics is actually a great idea. Again, you do not need to be explicit with your views on race, a certain ethno-religious group, or anything like that. Just speak in practical terms that will help real, regular Americans. By default you will be advancing our cause. In fact, running around and screaming about the Jews is about the worst thing you could do at this juncture. And don’t be afraid to run for office as a Democrat. The GOP has given up on you and you’ll encounter far less media scrutiny and far less resistance as a Democrat, especially if you are in a Blue area and some of your policy positions revolve around positions such as debt forgiveness (or abolishment in my case) and the like. We’re not trying to deceive anyone. We are being practical, and at the moment the political field is wide open. We have as much opportunity now as we ever will have, so we need to take advantage! With its embrace of Cultural Marxism and its metamorphosis away from working-class issues, and even middle class issues, the Left has abandoned its traditional base in favor of what Mark Steyn calls “boutique identities” and the supposition that their demographic replacement gamble vis-à-vis immigration will pay off. By focusing on positive policies that will benefit our people, you’d have an instant platform, and you would become a visible figure for people to look to. You might even have some success in forcing change on the system, even at a local level. Revolution is not always some violent over-throw; it can be incremental, in fits and starts, and if we can find a non-violent way out of this, we certainly should. The window for non-violent solutions is closing, and we need active people with agency working to ensure that neo-liberalism has had its day. We should be prepared for the possibility that things get a whole lot worse, too, though. Learn to cobble.
 It should be noted that a majority in every single region in England and Wales are happy to leave the EU without a deal—except for majority non-white London and its banking interests.