Month: January 2019

Tucker Carlson is the Voice of the New Right

Last night Tucker just went off on the ruling class. His opening monologue was prompted by newly sworn-in Senator Mitt Romney’s idiotic attack on Donald Trump (after Romney had eagerly accepted Trump’s endorsement during the campaign), but Tucker ended up going into a full-spectrum condemnation of the ruling class’ parade of policy failures over the past two and a half decades or so.

You really should check out the opening monologue:

Here are some of the best quotes:

“Anyone who thinks the health of a nation can be measured in GDP is an idiot”

“Rich people are more happy to help fight malaria in Congo than they are to raise men’s wages in Dayton or Detroit.”

“Our mindless cultural leaders act like it’s still 1961 and the biggest problem American families face is sexism preventing housewives from becoming investment bankers.”

“For our ruling class, more investment banking is always the answer: they teach us it’s more virtuous to devote your life to some soulless corporation than it is to raise your own kids.”

“When you care about people, you do your best to treat them fairly. Our leaders don’t even try: they hand out jobs, contracts and scholarships to prestigious universities to people based purely on how they look.”

“Unfairness is profoundly divisive. When you favor one child over another, your kids don’t hate you, they hate each other. This happens in countries too. It’s happening in our country, and probably by design. Divided countries are easier to rule.”

A lot of the stuff Tucker said last night would not have been welcome in the Republican Party of Mitt Romney. But in the party of Donald Trump, which is fundamentally a rejection of Ruling Class Capitalism as embodied by Mitt Romney, the conversation has completely changed.

We’re not mindless defenders of corporate America and private profits anymore. We don’t support Democrat-pushed identity politics simply out of the fear of being called racists. And we embrace the long-forgotten white working class no matter how much they’re demonized by the “media”.

Mitt Romney’s version of Republicanism has no place in the party anymore. It lost decisively in 2016 and the party voters haven’t looked back. Anything Mitt Romney says about President Trump falls on deaf ears.

Opposition to Immigration is Emphatically NOT a Product of White Racism

The idea that predominantly white western nations are uniquely “xenophobic” (quotation marks because it’s a BS term invented not to diagnose an actual pathology but merely to stigmatize, slander and pathologize the rejection of open borders) is a crock.

Opposition to immigration isn’t simply white racism against brown people. Numerous predominantly brown/nonwhite countries are not only opposed to more immigration but far more opposed to it than we supposedly RAAACIST white Westerners are:

“Much has been written about anti-immigrant sentiments in the West in recent years. Brexit, Trump’s election, and the moderate success of political movements hostile to immigration in countries like Italy, Germany and Sweden have provoked much admonishment of Western societies by various intellectuals and commentators, usually of leftist leanings. What has not received much attention are contemporary attitudes to immigration in countries outside the Western hemisphere. What do Nigerians, Indians, Turks and Mexicans think about migrants coming to their countries? This we don’t hear much about.”

That’s by design.

“Two recent surveys on the issue provide interesting results. Pew Research queried respondents in 27 nations across six continents, asking whether they felt their countries should let in more immigrants, fewer, or about the same as they do at present. In European nations like Greece and Italy that have had huge influxes of migrants in recent years, the numbers wanting fewer or no more immigrants were high—82 and 71 percent respectively. But in several other Western countries, including some perceived as being hostile to immigration, people are more sympathetic to immigration than in other parts of the world.

The percentage of people wanting fewer or no more immigrants coming to their country was higher in South Africa (65 percent), Argentina (61 percent), Kenya (60 percent), Nigeria (50 percent), India (45 percent), and Mexico (44 percent) than it was in Australia (38 percent), the U.K. (37 percent) or the U.S. (29 percent).

Wow, I didn’t realize so many nonwhite countries could be so RAAACIST against nonwhite immigrants!

The article has more numbers. But you’ll never hear about them from the Uniparty Propaganda Department because its primary goal is to shame white Westerners into accepting mass immigration. It wants us to believe we’re uniquely guilty of racism and “xenophobia” and that we alone need to get with the program and accept open borders.

Keep in mind that Western attitudes have been shaped by a decades-long media/cultural and political misinformation campaign to promote the ideas of multiculturalism, the “melting pot,” “Diversity is our strength,” “America is a nation of immigrants,” and globalization. The objective has been nothing less than rewiring our brains to be biased against our own kind and towards the other, the foreigner.

The Uniparty knows that people are naturally skeptical of immigration, and so they’ve put on a full-court cultural press to get people to suppress their natural inclinations against immigration and multiculturalism. They have brainwashed a significant portion of the West by repeating the same phrases over and over again: “Diversity is our strength.” “Immigrants do the jobs you won’t.” “America is a nation of immigrants.” “We have a moral obligation to let them in; they’re fleeing misery.”

They call illegal immigrants simply “migrants,” or when they’re truly feeling audacious, simply “refugees” even when they’re nothing of the sort. This is to erase the distinction between legal and illegal immigration.

All of this is to get you to accept open borders and, with them, the wholesale transformation (i.e. destruction) of your country. It’s a domestic psyop of epic proportions, and you–you evil, white RAAACIST, you–are the target.

Don’t fall for it. You’re not a RAAACIST for opposing open borders. There are many nonwhite countries around the world that are far more opposed to immigration than you are, and one of them is even Mexico.

Former NYT Editor States the Obvious: “NYT Unmistakably Anti-Trump”

Obviously we all know this to be true, but it’s significant who this is coming from:

“A former executive editor of the New York Times says the paper’s news pages, the home of its straight-news coverage, have become “unmistakably anti-Trump.”

Jill Abramson, the veteran journalist who led the newspaper from 2011 to 2014, says the Times has a financial incentive to bash the president and that the imbalance is helping to erode its credibility.

In a soon-to-be published book, “Merchants of Truth,” that casts a skeptical eye on the news business, Abramson defends the Times in some ways but offers some harsh words for her successor, Dean Baquet. And Abramson, who was the paper’s only female executive editor until her firing, invoked Steve Bannon’s slam that in the Trump era the mainstream media have become the “opposition party.”

Here’s the money quote:

“Though Baquet said publicly he didn’t want the Times to be the opposition party, his news pages were unmistakably anti-Trump,” Abramson writes, adding that she believes the same is true of the Washington Post.

“Some headlines contained raw opinion, as did some of the stories that were labeled as news analysis.”

We all know this to be true, but now it’s so obvious and undeniable that even former editors of the New York Times are saying it.

Remember, Jill Abramson is such a leftist she keeps an Obama doll in her purse. But the Times is too partisan even for her.

I keep saying: the “mainstream” media is nothing more than the propaganda arm of the Uniparty Establishment. The acronyms may change–CNN, NYT, ABC, CBS, NBC, WP, AP–but they’re all just different names for the same Uniparty Propaganda factory known at this site as the Ministry of Truth.

That last point Abramson made, though, about the headlines containing “raw opinion” along with the stories that were “labeled as news analysis”: that’s where the real problem lies. That’s true propaganda.

Over Christmas I was on a cruise, and the newspaper they had for breakfasts was a little condensed version of the New York Times in pamphlet form. I took a picture of it one day because the front page was a shining example of propaganda disguised as news:

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You’re getting straight-up opinion on the front page of the paper. The whole entire newspaper is an opinion section. The main problem is that they not only refuse to admit it, but they will vehemently and righteously deny any bias at all.

“As he rattles market, Trump blames Fed.”

“Stung by rebuke, Trump forces Mattis out early.”

It’s all opinion disguised as news.

And now it’s so bad that even former editors of the paper are admitting it.

We need to stop treating these Ministry of Truth organs as legitimate news outlets. They deserve none of the prestige and credibility they are and have been bestowed.

Mitt Romney is a Jackass

Mitt Romney was just elected to the Senate in Utah, ostensibly as a Republican.

However, his first move upon joining the Senate was to write an anti-Trump op-ed in the Washington Post blasting the President’s “character.”

We no longer have to deal with John McCain and Jeff Flake, but now we’ll have to deal with virtue signaling Mitt taking up their mantle as the Senate’s leading NeverTrumper.

Several points about Mitt’s D.C. debut:

  1. It’s truly pathetic that Mitt Romney’s first move in 2019 is to suck up to the media which spent 2012 assailing his character. Absolutley shameful. He’s like the high school loser that gets bullied by the Popular Kids yet still inexplicably tries to suck up to them. Sheer cuckoldry.
  2. Mitt Romney’s conception of “character” apparently means constantly rolling over for the left and taking it on the chin. Character is letting the left get everything it wants and never, ever trying to fundamentally change the status quo.
  3. Character means never standing up to the Ministry of Truth’s outright propagandizing for the Democratic Party. It means never calling out the Deep State’s thuggery and lawlessness. It means never challenging the Uniparty.
  4. Mitt Romney is seriously delusional if he believes the American people look to politicians for “unity and inspiration.” Someone has to break the news to him: the American people do not think very highly of politicians as a group. And we definitely don’t look up to them as role models and for inspiration.
  5. If anything, Trump is the most inspiring politician out there. He showed that you can take on the Uniparty Establishment and win. His victory was the greatest democratic achievement perhaps in the history of the United States given how many powerful, entrenched interests opposed, and still oppose, him. Trump was the guy that showed that no matter how powerful our ruling class has become, our democracy still works. How’s that for “defending our vital institutions”?
  6. But Mitt Romney doesn’t care about “defending our vital institutions” in the sense of preserving democracy. He cares about maintaining the Uniparty Status Quo, where only Uniparty-Approved candidates can win the Presidency.
  7. If Mitt thinks so lowly of Trump, then why was Mitt so eager to meet with Trump over potentially becoming Secretary of State back in late 2016? There are only two possible answers: either he, Romney, is so power/status hungry that he was willing to work for a supposed “bad guy” like Trump, or Romney was only seeking the Secretary of State job in order to undermine the Trump administration from within. Whichever reason it was, neither reflects positively on Mitt Romney’s character. Reaaaaally makes you think 🤔🤔🤔🤔.
  8. Finally, I don’t remember Mitt being anywhere near as critical of Barack Obama as he is of Donald Trump. That tells you all you need to know about Mitt Romney.