The hawt chicks & links has had a tough old week, with work and responsibilities causing us to actually have to work and stuff. Quite horrifying, if you really want to know. Where’s this white privilege at, I ask myself. I gotta get me some of that there privilege that they’re talking about. My great granddaddy sure had a lot of white privilege. The mean old bugger had a Lithgow coal cart full, or so I’m told. That’s an old coal mining town just out of Sydney. Where my folks are from on my daddy’s side. And my mother’s side were croppers down in Camberwell, which is an outer suburb of Sydney now but back when she was a girl it was beyond the black stump.
So much privilege. Maybe I should pretend that I came from a family of naval historians, as opposed to one of my other great granddaddies who had a small schooner that he used to run goods from Newcastle to Woolongong in the mid 19th century. Got the nautical blood in me veins, I does. Speak like a pirate, I should. Or Yoda pirate.
Can you tell that it’s been a long week? Has it been a long week for you as well? Oh, I’m sorry; I don’t actually give a toss.
On with it.
Hispanic professor who graduated from Cornell goes down to Georgia State university to lecture white kids about their privilege. So they burn her book.
Crucet spoke at the Performing Arts Center Wednesday night and after she talked about the book, followed by some personal anecdotes, she opened the audience up to questions.
“I noticed that you made a lot of generalizations about the majority of white people being privileged,” one respondent said into the microphone. “What makes you believe that it’s okay to come to a college campus, like this, when we are supposed to be promoting diversity on this campus, which is what we’re taught. I don’t understand what the purpose of this was.”
Crucet immediately responded to the student with audible reactions from the audience.
“I came here because I was invited and I talked about white privilege because it’s a real thing that you are actually benefiting from right now in even asking this question,” Crucet said. . . .
A year ago they would have sat there and taken it. Now the questions are being asked and books are being burnt. Soon it will proceed to the next step. That is the future that we have bequeathed to our kids by our inaction and collective cowardice.
Young white Americans understand, in a way most of their elders simply cannot, that they are caught up in an existential war against them, and they are desperate for the kind of hope the God-Emperor is providing them:
DONALD Trump’s rally in Minneapolis has turned heads after people pointed out that it looked more like a Justin Bieber concert rather than a political meeting. Teenage girls and boys were seen crying tears of joy as the US president talked about his win in the 2016 election to a 20,000-strong crowd in Minnesota.
Is it time to take out the white trash?
Here is where Goodwhites (and others) go wrong: they assume that because they are smarter than the working-class Badwhites, they know everything and their lessers know nothing. That isn’t how the world works. While you may indeed be brighter than another person, they may yet know all sorts of things that you know nothing about, even if just because of the very different experiences they have had. They are very much worth your while talking to, and socializing with, and it makes our society poorer that different cognitive and economic groups are segregated as is currently the case.
Dalrock preaches the gospel of the carousel.
This twisted frame of mind is everywhere. One commenter at Lori Alexander’s blog reacted to her observation that men prefer debt free virgins by asserting that the message of the Gospel is that she is worthy:
Whether I have or have not gone to college, had sex before marriage, aquired debt, gotten a tattoo, etc. does not make me any less worthy of the sacrificial love of Jesus Christ, so what right does any earthly man (or woman) have to call me less than worthy to simply be his wife due to the same criteria?! Christ > humanity. Be careful that you preach Christ and not your own ideals.
It turns out that false accusations of domestic abuse in child custody cases are a problem. My God, is it true? Do women lie? Never.
The problem with the celebration of “love” as a basis for social organization is that human emotions can be ephemeral, and that “love” can be so easily exploited by selfish and dishonest people.
Feelings are no basis for longevity in a relationship. On that note:
Ladies, marriage is not about your feelings. It is a place where God will make you holy, despite your feelings. Ignore lists such as this. It is not men who qualify for your affection: it is you who needs to qualify for their commitment.
Roosh is getting tired. Buck up, old bean! Tally ho, eh what? Get yer biscuits in the oven and yer buns on the bed!
It’s a given that every single one of the various U.S. foreign engagements — whether it be Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Niger, or wherever — comes with allies on the ground in that jurisdiction. These could range from fighting forces like the Kurds in Syria or militias in Iraq to various employees and vendors like translators and the people who supply the U.S. troops with food. As long as the U.S. maintains forces in such a place, a type of peace (probably not very stable) gets maintained.
But the next question is inevitable: What happens when the U.S. leaves? The answer will always be the same: When the U.S. leaves, the adversaries that have been suppressed by the presence of U.S. power will roar back. And our former allies on the ground will be seen as having collaborated with the enemy. They will suffer the consequences.
So then, is it ever possible for the U.S. to withdraw from any foreign engagement?
The lesson is to never get involved in the first place.