Quote notes (#54)

While on the theme of finessing the ‘no enemies to the right’ mantra, some back-to-basics essentials from Angry White Dude:

Who does the Republican establishment view as it’s biggest threat? The socialist Democrats hell-bent on destroying America? A foreign power? No, the Republican establishment views the Tea Party as their enemy number one. It should. The Tea Party movement is the traditional, conservative wing of what’s left of the Republican Party. Which is why the movement is despised by the Repub elites. The only group that hates the Tea Party movement worse than the mainstream propaganda media or the Democrats is the wussypants Republican Party. The GOP establishment doesn’t want change in Washington. It wants the status quo. With them in power, of course.

… and the main conclusion, in a nutshell:

The only way America can survive and turn this sinking ship around is the total destruction of the GOP elite leadership.


January 6, 2014admin 8 Comments »
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8 Responses to this entry

  • Diogenes Says:

    If this ship stopped sinking, would it still be America?


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 5:33 am Reply | Quote
  • peppermint Says:

    this whole ‘no enemies to the right’ concept is pretty terrible because the left are the ones who want to make everything political. the Christian way forward is to set an example by faith, hope, and charity. moldbug calls this passivism.


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 6:15 am Reply | Quote
  • etype Says:

    The goal is making the other team contribute to their own oblivion. The goal is the status quo.


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 6:30 am Reply | Quote
  • VXXC Says:

    Agree with the denouncing and destruction of the GOP. The more people agree with Mr. AWD the better, the people need to know there’s no false hope of elections solving anything.

    You will fight or be a slave, and your children slaves. That’s the choice.

    Politics and religion: the Progs are a Christian Heresy with Pajama Boy as their current model of Apostle and the selfie as God. Not Self. Selfie.

    This is a rival religion that wishes no end of degradation to ours. And us.

    We’ll be passivised into Our Lady Of Late Term Abortions Hospital, we’ll passively accept Fr. Mulcahey performing gay marriage, or man-boy marriage consummated by you may rape the bride on the altar. You see the Romans thought being eaten by a beast to the jeering of the crowd was the most degrading fate they could devise. The Progs have different degradations. I’ve outlined the clear Pilgrims Progress above. Please do not take anyone with you on that path.

    If you wish a worldly Christian Life enter a religious order. They quite exist.

    Certainly any matter of policy or commerce should not be tainted by Christian Charity.

    Politics is never a place for the charitable. Chrisitianity only had a place in politics when it was the State Religion. It’s been replaced.


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 11:42 am Reply | Quote
  • Igitur Says:

    Tea Party = harnesses the power of demagoguery, anti-int4ellectualism.
    Cathedral: has intellectualism (an -ism) as a chief tool of consensus-preserving. (See, for example, how Steven Pinker is unable to break with Cathedralism in spite of his own research)

    As a result: the Tea Party is a foe to the Cathedral.

    But is this enough for pas de enemis à droite? Enough for the Dark Enlightenment? Don’t we need to evolve some intellectual consensus-preserving process of our own?

    I mean, anti-intellectualism gets you third-world Elbonian politics as well.


    Igitur Reply:

    But now I know what I break ranks with: anti-intellectualism. You don’t roll back Progressivism by rolling back vaccines and mathematics.


    admin Reply:

    If you think the Tea Party wants to roll back “vaccines and mathematics” you might be allowing the Cathedral undue influence over your perceptions.


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 12:11 pm Reply | Quote
  • Igitur Says:

    I think the Tea Party builds its political momentum from pandering and demagoguery. And this as optimized for the gerrymandered district map in the USA.

    Now, is momentum worth having for its own sake? Maybe so. Maybe I’m not sufficiently broken, or maybe it’s that I’m in the trenches against entrenched Leftwards pandering and demagoguery here, in the third world.


    Posted on January 6th, 2014 at 1:30 pm Reply | Quote

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