Alt right at the Republican National Conventional

The left thinks the alt right has taken over the Republican Party and gave the Nazi salute from the Podium, and are fantasizing about creating a replacement Republican party in which white males will no longer have significant representation. The reason the Never Trumpers were unable to agree on anything is that some of them wanted Ted Cruz as nominee, and some of them wanted an unspecified nonwhite female nominee and a general purge of whites and males, to be purged not only from the Republican party and from history, but from the physical universe.

In actual fact less than one percent of the Republican National Convention was alt right, and none of them would have given the Nazi salute, though I suppose a few of them quietly murmured “14 words” and “27. Februar 1933” but they were treated as a respectable faction of the Republican party and received the same firm police protection that all the Trump factions received.

By “taken over” progressives mean “not attacked on sight with baseball bats”.

Still, if you are an alt right, not being physically attacked on sight by state sponsored thugs wielding baseball bats with police protection is intoxicating.

Trump has not gone all the way to “no enemies to the right”. Notoriously, he disowned the alt right before he refused to disown it, and refused to disown it before he disowned it. But if the alt right was at the Republican convention, like every other major faction that backed Trump, and gets wall to wall police protection, he is not disowning them all that much.

So, I will raise a glass of moonshine to Trump, and to 27. Februar 1933.

Listening to Trump’s acceptance speech:

… We will be a country of law and order

The attacks on our police and the terrorism in our cities threaten our very way of life. Any politician who does not grasp this danger is not fit to lead our country

Americans watching this broadcast tonight have seen the recent images of violence in our streets and the chaos in our communities. Many have witnessed this violence personally. Some have even been its victims.

Beginning on January 20th of 2017 Safety will be restored.

Hmm. Obama promised to stop the oceans from rising, Trump promises to deter the dindus from thuggery – after having very successfully deterred any thuggery in the vicinity of the Republican convention.

In the reply to Trump’s speech, the mainstream media issued a pile of statistics showing race relations are simply wonderful.

I have another statistic.

28 Responses to “Alt right at the Republican National Conventional”

  1. four words: make america great again

    I hope he succeeds

    • Salger says:

      Having read through your blog, I notice you support free trade and skilled immigration. Doesn’t Trump oppose the first and question the second?

      All considered, do you really put Trump as the best choice among the candidates?

      • jim says:

        Merely by campaigning, Trump has done more for liberty than all previous Republican presidents combined. That the alt right could openly appear at the Republican convention without being subjected to false criminal charges and being physically attacked by state sponsored thugs is an enormous improvement in freedom.

        The more recent trade agreements are not free trade.

        The flood of H1B Indian programmers, while smarter than the average American, are substantially less smart than the average white programmer. They are also in substantial part clannish, so you tend to get conspiracies of a particular caste plotting against everyone else. Informix went broke largely because of its strategy of outsourcing to India and importing masses of H1B programmers.

        H1B programmers are slave labor, and frequently companies go big for H1B for internal status reasons – the bean counters want to lower the status of the engineers – rather than rational economic reasons, which is how Informix died.

        Informix could not hire female engineers, so hired substantial numbers of white female managers, whom the white engineers tended to ignore, because management was incompetent and out of their depth. Informix also went big on Indian H1B engineers, all male, which lowered the status of engineers, thus empowering (incompetent) management, while lowering the competence of their engineers.

        • peppermint says:

          Trump is a civic nationalist, but normalfags probably can’t tell the difference between civic nationalism and White nationalism.

          Civic nationalism, or cuckold nationalism, is the nationalism associated with christcuck/commies that took over in the US around the ’30s and said that Soviet communism and the White nationalism of the Founding Fathers were both anti-freedumb and un-American.

          What christcuckoldry and communism have in common, recognizes Revilo Oliver, is the definite and ridiculous goal that justifies constant lying both to others and to themselves.

          Revilo Oliver describes how this happened at https://www.stormfront.org/rpo/SHEKEL.htm , but doesn’t recognize in these words how cuck nationalism which ended up decaying into neoconservatism surreptitiously replaced white nationalism.

          Revilo Oliver died in 1994, the year before Stormfront was created. William Pierce died in 2002 at the age of 69.

          Since the liberals, not knowing how they had cowed the goyim, decided to kill christcuckery as it was a symbol of what little identity Whites had left, there is no reason to be a cucknationalist. I assume that most Trump supporters are nationalists, not cucknationalists, even if they say cucknationalist things when asked, and would vote for David Duke even if they wouldn’t say they would.

          http://imgur.com/8HTXqzi.jpg

      • Trump is the best of the alternatives , and Trump is specifically against illegal immigration, not skilled immigration. I don’t think he will have much luck at pushing protectionism tough

  2. Laguna Beach Fogey says:

    This is a great time to be alive!

  3. Pseudo-chrysostom says:

    Concessions like ‘immigration is okay as long as its skilled’ fail to take the thinking to the next level; that is, much like working class, the importation of such labour undercuts and deincentivizes the ability of a nation to cultivate its talent, inducing fragility, unsustainability, and a strategic liability in general.

    • pdimov says:

      At this point the concession is in the other direction: that restrictions on immigration are okay as long as they are for skill. Similar to how property restrictions on suffrage would be a blow to universal suffrage and not a concession to equality between sexes.

      • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

        I understand which directions the logic run, but even though both metrics are deracinated autistic colourblindness, they are two different situations; one is more ‘upstream’ than the other.

        To wit, any non-trivial importation of demographics different to the native demographic of a location introduces an inherent instability to the equation.

        In a normal population, over the long run, the forces of history, the multitude of teleologies, that transcend, suborn, and compete with each other, the little gods that populate and drive Gods creation, they ebb and flow, but by itself will not become an existential risk. Populations rise, and populations fall, but by itself is not truly a cause for concern, merely occilating equilibriums, that can only be disrupted by contact from something outside.

        That’s the long historical view, that attempts to ‘solve’ these largely inevitable flows (like a declining population) can off be much more disastrous than simply letting things ride.

        When essentially different peoples occupy the same spaces, the only stable equilibrium is the complete elimination of the other. Friction, strife, and war by various means, will germinate through the cracks of being as long as the fact obtains.

        If two noble factions would seek and desire mortal combat, they should take care first that there are not Others that are considerably less noble than themselves who would rush into the vacuums they leave behind. This was the great error of ‘the great game’ played by the European powers prior to the great war, england especially.

        • jim says:

          Nothing inevitable about population decline. It is part and parcel of self destructive autogenocide by our ruling elite. It is completely rooted in self hatred.

          • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

            I’m not arguing its not being intensified, I’m arguing that, by itself, its not necessarily an x-risk.

            Japans population is cratering, but, as long as Japan stays Japanese, its not really a problem in the long run. A new equilibrium will be reached, conditions will change, ideas will change, the latter will change in response to the former and vice versa, the population will rise, and life will go on.

            The only thing that can really, truly, disrupt this process, is foreign elements in the system.

            • jim says:

              In two hundred and fifty years, there will only be a thousand military age Japanese left. In five hundred years, zero. That is an existential risk if ever there was one. But long before they run out of soldiers, the old folk will be tempted to import foreigners to support them, which foreigners will then, cuckoo style, vote to throw the old folk on the street and murder the few remaining grandchildren.

              • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

                That’s particularly what i refer too when I say ‘attempts to solve’, arguments like ‘we need to import more (((consumers))) to pay for aging populations pensions’.

                Always and everywhere, populations can be stable in the long term as long as they kedp the outside out. Even dodos had their day before ships arrived.

                The neanderthals lived in europe for thousands of years, they did not dissipate on their own. Only when migrating populations of barbarians intruded upon the picture did the equilibrium ultimately trip into a drain spiral.

                • jim says:

                  Always and everywhere, populations can be stable in the long term as long as they kedp the outside out. Even dodos had their day before ships arrived.

                  I don’t see this. What is the magic that keeps populations stable in the long term? Seems to me that you have the same problem stabilizing population as you have keeping out migrants.

                  The pattern I see is that elites stop reproducing, then their subjects stop reproducing, and then that civilization disappears. Not seeing stability.

                • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

                  Forces of history run deep, but they have agents.

                  I suppose if you analogize it, the ‘contraction’ resulted in ‘suction’; at the point of highest vulnerability, some outside population stepped in and knocked the apple cart over.

                  There is a lot of overlap here, I think you’ll see we are agreeing vehemently. As long as a population is capable of keeping the outside out, it will remain stable and orderly. If outside is coming in, that means, for starters, someone has gone very wrong someone, and more, it will inevitably start to get a whole lot more wrong as time goes on.

                  Whenever two different populations occupy the same space, the only stable equilibrium is the complete elimination of the other.

  4. Trump has great instincts for just how far to push the overton window. He may actually help restore the rule of law to some extent and buy us some time. On the economic side of things he is not so reactionary. Trump is a gibesmedat candidate in a different manner than Hillary, but he is still a gibsmedat candidate. Trump is a candidate for those who want government to give them jobs. He is unlikely to address the over-leveraged state of our society. If he succeeds in limiting immigration and deporting some illegals it will be great, but he might wind up with economic contraction. That’s ok too. Trump knows a thing or two about bankruptcy.

    • peppermint says:

      » Trump is a candidate for those who want government to give them jobs.

      On the one hand, it is a noble lie to tell people that Trump is going to bring back jobs by making better deals and being willing to impose tariffs.

      On the other hand, he has spoken out against political correctness, saying that we can’t afford it, which could be construed as speaking out against affirmative action.

      If he will destroy affirmative action, he will create the conditions for full employment.

      If he will create the conditions for the destruction of affirmative action, he will create the conditions to create the conditions for full employment.

      So it isn’t a lie that Trump will bring back jobs. The noble lie part is the how, because the way he will bring back jobs is unspeakable.

      • jim says:

        In “The art of the deal”, Trump depicts himself as lying to everyone, and then making those lies into the truth in the nick of time.

      • Steve Johnson says:

        The people on the alt right who prefer the economic view don’t really get this.

        Ultimately pay will equal marginal product. If workers in the US are highly paid, it’s because they are highly productive.

        Under normal circumstances cheaper labor isn’t an to move jobs overseas unless there’s a hidden economic motive or more than one hidden economic motive – the actual hidden motives are 1) property rights are more secure in China than the United States in a lot of ways and 2) the labor market in the US is out of equilibrium.

        Leaving (1) aside for now and focusing on (2) anti-discrimination laws are a huge factor there. Can’t measure productivity or you’d notice … things. Can’t hire on accurate projections of productivity or you’d come up with … disparate impact. Etc. Easy way around that – go to China, make shit, charge less for it. People are plenty willing to pay a premium for premium goods (Germany isn’t exactly hurting in the export market) but it’s illegal to set up to produce premium goods in the US.

        Of course, mentioning this is also illegal.

  5. Zach says:

    Dana White is legit. I think his four minute speech at the RNC speaks positively about the true character of Trump:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90b_z8jvIUE

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