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Bolly

Pelican
What's the deal here Bolly, can you provide some context? Are those antifa scum just picking on a random church??

Couldn't tell ya. Dunno what the story was. Alls I know is Marxism is another fancy name for Satanism. I found it somewhat similar to all the faggots banging on Lots door. Dunno it was interesting and ironic the thugs were yelling "save those kids" as the mother walked into the church with her children in tow. Family walks into church to hear the message of salvation while thugs demand their children be saved from their parents. Under their authority no doubt where God knows what would happen to them and what kind of physical and mental abuse they'd suffer if they could have their way with children. For them sticking a rainbow flag in a babies hand and marching kids in an HIV pride parade is more important than a church. That's what they'd rather see kids doing. These people are disgusting.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Yes exactly. What you're alluding to here is that there is a religious dimension to these activists, and it is luciferian, based on the satanic inversion of the moral order: sin is a virtue, families are hateful structures as opposed to the home of true love, violence is the road to peace etc.

 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
It has little to do with roots and much to do with the socialist infiltration of the school system -- and the utter collapse of teaching patriotism and history in the classroom. My father was born in Eastern Europe and his family fled to the U.S. when the Soviet tanks rolled in. While proud of his roots, he was very patriotic and immensely appreciative of all that America had given to him. My father was very conservative and, as a result, so were all his children.
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I'm guessing you're not from some ultra rare bloodline of black/asian/indian/mestizo eastern europeans, that is to say, you're white.

Your father came here knowing that his children could functionally blend in and be little different from the founding fathers of the nation who won independence from England.

Meanwhile blacks, asians, indians and mestizos in vast numbers feel in their soul that they don't belong in a nation built by the men whose statues they are currently tearing down. If you have to teach (indoctrinate) these people from a young age to love your country and what it stands for then that's only proof that they don't feel it naturally. Meanwhile white people have to be indoctrinated specifically to hate your nation, also because it's not something they feel naturally.

Nobody had to teach me to love Australia in order for me to act like a civilized person and not seek to destroy my country. On the contrary virtually every white person who hates Australia has a college education. Funny, that.

Unfortunately for whatever reason, a significant number of non-whites feel in their bones that they do not belong in your nation and they'd rather loot it and destroy it than simply move back to where they belong.
 
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Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
I'm guessing you're not from some ultra rare bloodline of black/asian/indian/mestizo eastern europeans, that is to say, you're white.

Your father came here knowing that his children could functionally blend in and be little different from the founding fathers of the nation who won independence from England.

Meanwhile blacks, asians, indians and mestizos in vast numbers feel in their soul that they don't belong in a nation built by the men whose statues they are currently tearing down. If you have to teach (indoctrinate) these people from a young age to love your country and what it stands for then that's only proof that they don't feel it naturally. Meanwhile white people have to be indoctrinated specifically to hate your nation, also because it's not something they feel naturally.

Nobody had to teach me to love Australia in order for me to act like a civilized person and not seek to destroy my country. On the contrary virtually every white person who hates Australia has a college education. Funny, that.

Unfortunately for whatever reason, a significant number of non-whites feel in their bones that they do not belong in your nation and they'd rather loot it and destroy it than simply move back to where they belong.
My point is that something different has happened over the past several decades with the destruction of our basic institutions, most importantly our school systems. During WWII, plenty of soldiers of Japanese ancestry fought for the U.S. The 442nd Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment of the United States Army best known for its history as a fighting unit composed almost entirely of second-generation American soldiers of Japanese ancestry (Nisei) -- and was the most decorated unit for its size in U.S. military history. Those men of Japanese ancestry certainly did not "feel in their soul that they don't belong."

The 442nd Regiment is the most decorated unit for its size in U.S. military history. Created as the 442nd Regimental Combat Team when it was activated 1 February 1943, the unit quickly grew to its fighting complement of 4,000 men by April 1943, and an eventual total of about 14,000 men served overall. The unit earned more than 18,000 awards in less than two years, including 9,486 Purple Hearts and 4,000 Bronze Star Medals. The unit was awarded eight Presidential Unit Citations (five earned in one month). Twenty-one of its members were awarded Medals of Honor.


I agree that blood ties are important, but the U.S. is not failing because of the absence of blood ties but because of the insidious incursion of a sick and sinister ideology of socialist rot and decay that has permeated all our major institutions. I am simply saying that the absence of blood ties, or racial unity, does not explain the whole story. My position is more nuanced than yours. In the meantime, enjoy this beautiful song -- about blood ties:


Life is a struggle in these changing times
thoughts once natural now classed as hate crimes
Those now in power they fear no one but one
a man with open eyes and a sober mind so strong
It's been said before
but still we do not heed

To free the enslaved minds of the sleeping mass
we must cast away the yokes ignore status and class
Barriers were built to make us forget blood ties
and now we aren't as one and egos benefits on lies
It's been said before
but still we do not heed

Folk and Nation first
and blood not personal greed
And it's been said before
but still we do not heed
Free your enslaved minds
and open up your eyes and see
The strength of your people
one Nation arise

It is good versus evil it's the eternal fight
to overcome the darkness we must spreed the light
It's been said before
but still we do not heed

Folk and Nation first
and blood not personal greed
And it's been said before

but still we do not heed
Free your enslaved minds
and open up your eyes and see
The strength of your people
one Nation arise

Life is a struggle in these changing times
thoughts once natural now classed as hate crimes
It's been said before
but still we do not heed

Folk and Nation first
and blood not personal greed
And it's been said before
but still we do not heed
Free your enslaved minds
and open up your eyes and see
The strength of your people
one Nation arise

Folk and Nation first
and blood not personal greed
And it's been said before
but still we do not heed
Free your enslaved minds
and open up your eyes and see
The strength of your people
one Nation arise

Folk and Nation first
and blood not personal greed
And it's been said before
but still we do not heed
Free your enslaved minds
and open up your eyes and see
The strength of your people
one Nation arise
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
...people coming to America because they yearned to be free, and instilling that in their children and hopefully their children's children.

They wanted to be American for the right reasons and they came at just the right time to fit in for those purposes. But you can't teach civics to Pajeet junior when his parents came to America simply because it was less shit than India and it was easier to make money. You can't teach it to Chang, whose parents came over so he could strip-mine Western education credentials and play the big shot abroad. You can't teach it to Juanita who's living on land her ancestors used to own before the guys who she reads about in school came and murdered her those same ancestors. These people marinate in a home culture that see white people as naive idiots, honestly because they are. They might offer platitudes about being American but they vote to kill America at rates of 80% and beyond. Because they didn't arrive in America to be American like those Japanese warriors did. They arrived to pick at the carcass while the picking was good.

And as the blacks quite adequately demonstrate, even after 10 or more generations it only takes a two generation lapse of hardcore nationalist indoctrination before they're back to hating whitey by default. Not all of them, but enough of them that it's a serious, ongoing and enlarging problem.

Sure, the marxist indoctrination sucks and it makes the non-whites far worse than they'd otherwise be, but at the end of the day for all your efforts it only takes two generations of a lapse of your civic indoctrination camps before Pajeet the third realizes he really doesn't care about Thomas Jefferson at all.

American principles enshrined by Anglo statesmen are simply foreign to most non-Anglos much less non-whites, and to attempt to force immigrants to love and cherish these things is like eternally teaching litter after litter of pit-bulls to herd sheep. Better yet, when you've only got the carrot and not the stick.

There is no magic dirt.
 

Pooch32

Sparrow
I agree that blood ties are important, but the U.S. is not failing because of the absence of blood ties but because of the insidious incursion of a sick and sinister ideology of socialist rot and decay that has permeated all our major institutions.

Socialism, marxism, multiculturalism, diversity, feminism, progressivism. All tenants of the same religion.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
What is history teaching us right to this moment?

It's a hard lesson to learn because we all know a few good immigrants. Heck, I'm married to one. But that's a wedge in the door that must never be allowed because politically it is always going to be a weapon for (((those who want to destroy nations))).

When the dust settles your new constitution should read "no citizenship for anyone without direct blood lineage, EVER."

There are no benefits for immigration that outweigh the the enormous social costs.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
The following is from an article released on June 11th.
As such, it's not about the recent 'Black Panther' march in Georgia this past weekend.

Rather a previous 'Black Panther' rally :

Dressed the part, ‘Panther’ group came straight from central casting



It’s hard to stand out when you are in a sea of thousands of frustrated, sign-waving protesters. But in marches and demonstrations over the past week in Atlanta, Decatur and even Cumming, a small knot of charismatic young people kept getting photographed.
They said they were Black Panthers, and they looked the part with all-black attire and black berets adorned with a cat-head patch. Their leader was a tall, thin black woman armed with an assault rifle and a determined look. Photos of the group popped up in local news outlets, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, but also in the British tabloid press.
“Armed female Black Panther leads her comrades including a white recruit on a march through Georgia,” The Daily Mail wrote in an online story about the June 3 demonstration Decatur. The story featured several dramatic photos and embedded Instagram posts.
It is easy to see why the group attracted attention. In a moment of fury over police shootings of black people, the group was perfectly cast. Maybe too perfect.
Within a few days, an activist on Twitter sussed out that the group was comprised of models and actors from Atlanta’s film and entertainment industries. A Twitter user who goes by Wolf The Red identified them from their Instagram accounts where he found the group modeling haute couture or publicizing their film credits, but “zero prior demonstrations. No posts with guns. No calls to action.”

The AJC reached out to members of the group, including Whitney Oni, the striking woman who drew so much attention. Oni, an Atlanta-based graphic designer and model, said the recent protests were not her first time taking to the streets.
“I started back with the Trayvon Martin case,” she said, referring to the 2012 shooting death of the Florida teenager by a neighborhood watch coordinator in a gated community.
After the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers last month, Oni said she believed it was “important to use my voice.”
And to dress the part.
“The outfits? We just pulled inspiration from (the Black Panthers),” she said. “It was mostly black and leather — pleather. Some of us are vegans, vegetarians.”

And they were close. The patch, for instance, was a Black Panther patch — just not those Black Panthers. It was the service patch for the 66th Infantry, a U.S. Army Division during World War II.
Spiike G., who works in the Atlanta movie industry but who declined to give his real name, said he picked the patches up in an army surplus store.
“I didn’t want to buy the original Black Panther Party logo,” he said. “I love what they stood for, but I didn’t want to offend them until we got the blessing from them.”
Spiike said he got the idea to dress as Black Panthers because he wanted to be a “symbol of hope” in the sea of protesters.
“It wasn’t doing it for fun or anything like that,” he said. “What we wanted was the actual blessing from the original Black Panther Party to use their name.”
Spiike said his late father, whose name he declined to give, was a Black Panther, but he only found out after he died.
Both Spiike and Oni claim the guns were real. Spiike said his was a Springfield Saint AR15; Oni carried a Smith & Wesson 22LR assault rifle.
“I’m trying to show a certain amount of force, but something that was appropriate for a protest,” she said.
Spiike is the creator of an online independent television series called “Justice,” where a black vigilante hero tracks down bad cops and gets retribution for their racist violence. A lot of the gear worn by the helmeted hero looks very much like that worn by his group in protests.

Regardless of its origins, Oni claimed the group — which she called “the Black Revolutionaries” — is real.
Decaturish.com reported on the group’s appearance at a June 3 demonstration on the Decatur square where they were initially identified as the “New Black Panther Party. That was later corrected to “Black Panthers Revolutionaries Atlanta Chapter.”
“We did introduce ourselves as the newest Black Panther party,” Oni explained.
Whatever their name, the description didn’t sit well with Hashim Nzinga, the leader of the New Black Panther Party, who suggested on his Facebook page that the group could be an FBI front organization.

The Atlanta-based New Black Panthers is a militant organization identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group for its violent and antisemitic rhetoric.
Joanna Mendelson, associate director for the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, said the fact that a group of models and actors chose to dress as Black Panthers for a protest already is feeding conspiracy theories popular on the extreme right. White supremacists online trade such stories as “proof” that the protests around the nation are seeded with “crisis actors” paid to foment unrest, she said.
“Extremists will glom onto such events and use it to feed that narrative,” she said. “It’s adding to the chaos of the moment.”
Already, photos of the group have shown up on the messaging platform Telegram on a white supremacist channel with more than 12,000 subscribers.
“The BLM (more likely some white leftist handlers) are using actors to pose as Black Panthers to help market the trend of arming one ethnogroup in a polarized multiracial society,” the user wrote.
Spiike said his group’s only goal was to inspire.
“I’m out here just protecting my people and walking the street with my firearms,” he said.

https://www.ajc.com/news/local/dres...-from-central-casting/OvNstDxfbzV9MbAtOW8mzO/

TL-DR ?
Some 'woke' actors decided to play revolutionary for media attention.
Puts into question just how 'organic' & legitimate any other big rallies or groups are.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Tucker Carlson had a great segment tonight with Bernie Kerik about the convicted terrorists associated with BLM. The video is available in the web link.
BERNIE KERIK: [Susan Rosenberg] was a radical revolutionary, and she was let out of prison. She was commuted on the last day of President Clinton's term in office. After 16 years of prison, she was given 58 years in prison. And now she's out. Who does she work for? Black Lives Matter. I think, I think we are missing something here. I think DOJ should be looking at Black Lives Matter as a terrorist group, as a terrorist organization.

 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
What is history teaching us right to this moment?

It's a hard lesson to learn because we all know a few good immigrants. Heck, I'm married to one. But that's a wedge in the door that must never be allowed because politically it is always going to be a weapon for (((those who want to destroy nations))).

When the dust settles your new constitution should read "no citizenship for anyone without direct blood lineage, EVER."

There are no benefits for immigration that outweigh the the enormous social costs.

I agree with this. Voxday made a compelling argument recently that "Capitalism is worse for your country than communism". Capitalism invites immigration, and destroys nations. Communism kills en masse yes, and it also destroys the economy, but Poland is still Poland, Russia is still Russia, China is still Chineese.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
I agree with this. Voxday made a compelling argument recently that "Capitalism is worse for your country than communism". Capitalism invites immigration, and destroys nations. Communism kills en masse yes, and it also destroys the economy, but Poland is still Poland, Russia is still Russia, China is still Chineese.

The problem lies where 'Capitalism' is not wise enough to guard against & eliminate communist subversion...
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
I agree with this. Voxday made a compelling argument recently that "Capitalism is worse for your country than communism". Capitalism invites immigration, and destroys nations. Communism kills en masse yes, and it also destroys the economy, but Poland is still Poland, Russia is still Russia, China is still Chineese.

That is like saying that a nuclear bomb is more effective than bug spray for killing bugs in your home. Technically correct, but at what cost?

Moreover, it is now proven that communism is not a sustainable economic system, so what is the point of such an argument? It just doesn't work.

Besides, ask the Latvians how the communist Russification of their nation (and other nations) worked out for them. Or ask Tibet about how the incursion of communist China worked out for them.
 
Capitalism and communism are both jewish garbage. Europeans are made to walk a middle road. Our greatest hurdle is developing the ability to become militantly exclusive.

Yes. Capitalism is the carrot, communism is the stick. Neither one will work long term, Capitalism is just much more effective because positive reinforcement is more effect in training any mammal/pet. What is more effective to train a dog, beating the dog or giving it treats. Obviously the 2nd, and humans are no different in these regards.

The answer is neither capitalism or communism, but instead nationalism and then a social safety net within the nation that benefits the citizens of that nation so they can afford to start families and feed their children. This is better known as the third position or third rail or simply fascism. Which is why it is so damning when the GOP/right wing politicians call Antifa "fascists", it demoralizes their base when their base finally does take the red pill.
 
Yes. Capitalism is the carrot, communism is the stick. Neither one will work long term, Capitalism is just much more effective because positive reinforcement is more effect in training any mammal/pet. What is more effective to train a dog, beating the dog or giving it treats. Obviously the 2nd, and humans are no different in these regards.

The answer is neither capitalism or communism, but instead nationalism and then a social safety net within the nation that benefits the citizens of that nation so they can afford to start families and feed their children. This is better known as the third position or third rail or simply fascism. Which is why it is so damning when the GOP/right wing politicians call Antifa "fascists", it demoralizes their base when their base finally does take the red pill.
This sounds sensical, but is it possible in a technologized world? Since time immemorial those weaker or less productive have been subjugated. Pre-airflight, pre-internet, isolation was easier. Now?
 
This sounds sensical, but is it possible in a technologized world? Since time immemorial those weaker or less productive have been subjugated. Pre-airflight, pre-internet, isolation was easier. Now?

You are asking if isolationism can work?

I think the real question is how long can the west let 3rd world low IQ people flood in, destroy their towns, and cities and infrastructure, and then suck up all the social safety net. If the west is still standing as a 1st world economic zone by 2030, I will be pretty surprised. I know the USA no longer truly feels "first world" to me. Most people are struggling just to keep their head above water, and the infrastructure is crumbling.
 
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