As the tsunami of unreason crashes against the shores of reason

I feel like an onlooker to a battle in the US Civil War. I can hear the rattle of musketry and the blast of cannon fire. In places our side, the Union, is falling back and needs reinforcements. In others the Confederate onslaughts are being driven back with losses. The outcome is still uncertain, but the generalship is superb. While my eyes tell me that the outcome is still in doubt, my ears are telling me that the attacks are being rebuffed. Our side is firing back accurately. Troops are moving to the right places. Commanders are keeping their cool and feeding in reserves at the right places and times.

General Biden is decomposing before our eyes, as Scott Adams says. General Trump is maintaining his cool. He was boring in his acceptance speech, largely because he was not allowed to be impromptu, and had to read off the teleprompter. His speech was long because he had so much to boast about. And the fascists of Antifa keep reminding us that the fate that awaits us is a perpetual boot to the face for being white.

In my view anti-whitism is the largely unspoken but real issue in the election. I mean that everyone is aware of the claims being made against white people, but no one is explicitly responding in public discourse to the challenge. As Barrelstrength is not in the line of fire we can respond more overtly to this gigantic lie. In brief, the manifest failure of American blacks to equal the performance of other ethnic or racial groups is being attributed to the evil power of systemic racism. Systemic racism is a weird voodoo that, unbeknownst to its practitioners, which are exclusively white people, is an evil emanation of white institutions, thoughts, and culture. Blacks are so feeble that they have fallen under the domination of these evil mojo emanations of Everything in the World made by White People, and since white people made everything in the United States (according to this view), systemic racism cannot be cured until everything white is destroyed.

This view has many white allies, which consist of BLM activists and antifa, and thier dupes in the intelligentsia.

Observe [below] the white woman in the pink sweater being menaced by an angry mob for failing to raise a fist for BLM. Ladies and gentlemen, this is your future, if Biden and the Democrats win. This picture is what the election is about. It is not anything smaller or different. It is not, therefore, about COVID, the economy, China, Russia, or foreign interference in US elections. It is about the future state of white people. Will there be a boot stomping on your face forever for being white, or not?

Seen in that light, the outcome of the election is obvious.



Arran Gold

As I noted in a post few moths ago ritual public humiliation in a manner analogous to the Chinese Cultural Revolution was to be expected so this is not a surprise.

Another thing one starts to realize is the malleability of the opinion on the left. Anybody remember the “campus rape epidemic”? Where did that go? Were all the young males castrated? Anybody remember how 10-years ago Russia was a friend and now it is unquestionably a foe? People on the left are like puppets who will dance to any tune. This is another in a long list of agitations emanating from the perpetually aggrieved.

The Democratic party might consider themselves to be very astute in getting on this horse but they might be losing the narrative. As CNN noted the other day, this is not polling well. What a surprise! Did they really think anybody would simply accept behaviour noted below?

This is all happening in Blue cities, i.e. Dem base, which is why those on the right are starting to consider the following which would have been unthinkable just a short while ago.
NY’s population is 50/50 NYC and upstate. 20% of NYC fled and probably won’t be voting. All the conversations I have with inner city blacks and immigrants point to them voting Trump or not voting at all. What are the NY GOP groups doing to get out the vote? Nothing. NY is in play. The latest polls show Biden is ahead by only 5 points in New York. Where is the GOP?

A vibrant democracy needs at least two viable parties and it seems Dems have taken a leave of their senses. The best thing that can happen to them is to receive a good thumping so that they can return to the center. The ground at the local level is shifting, ‘…..We didn’t choose to leave the Democratic Party, the party left us,” the letter, signed by Virginia Mayor Larry Cuffe, Chisholm Mayor John Champa, Ely Mayor Chuck Novak, Two Harbors Mayor Chris Swanson, Eveleth Mayor Robert Vlaisavljevich and Babbitt Mayor Andrea Zupancich, states.

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