It’s All About White Supremacy

Yeah, the GOP cleaned up pretty well last night.  To hear the high-heeled anchorettes on MSNBC/CNN tell it, it was because of all the racist “dog-whistling”.  Because nothing brings out the inner redneck in a suburban white woman in North Virginia than a bunch of virile white men singing Nazi anthems and carrying tiki torches.

This must have been what happened.  Last year, they gave 49% of their vote to Orange Hitler himself.  This year, they swung 15 points in the other direction, for a non-descript white guy, who kind of looks like one of their husbands.

There must be a reason.  After all, Nicole Wallace and Rachel Maddow told us there was no such thing as Critical Race Theory.  They wouldn’t lie to us, right?  It’s probably a moot point.  As parents, we have no business chiming in on our children’s education.   I mean, the former governor who was running for reelection himself said so himself.  Now he isn’t a liar, so there!   

According to these brainiacs, Critical Race Theory is a non-existent conspiracy theory and no one wants a parent skrewing it all up by asking stupid questions.  And anyway, since it doesn’t exist you shouldn’t be so worried about your kids learning it.  After all, America is an irredeemably racist country that elected a black man president, not once, but twice.  Got that?  It’s called a “triple lindy of cognitive dissonance”.

When all is said and done, who are you going to believe, some gaslighting “journalist” or your own lying eyes?

So yeah, it is all about white supremacy.  Don’t believe me?  Just look at the photo of the gun-toting white supremacist who just got elected as lieutenant governor!  Her name is Winsome Sears.  Oh, and she’s black.

Never mind. 

Personally, I agree with the boys over at the Duran:  Virginia may have just saved the Republic.  That’s a bold statement, I know, but it’s time to put Humpty Dumpty back together again.  Everything in Mdme Nancy Antoinette’s in-box is now being flushed down the toilet.  “Build Back Better” has been replaced by “Bye, Bye Brandon”.  Poopy Joe also has the distinction of being the first president who’s a lame duck in his first year.     

Seriously folks, if there is any doubt that the talking heads on CNN/MSNBC/FOX aren’t a bunch of deluded liberals who live in a hermetically sealed bubble, it should have been dispelled last night.  These people have no clue.  None what-so-ever.  Even the over-hyped, Larry Sabato, who finally came out of his closet and removed his “Professor Objective Political Scientist” mask, destroyed his reputation in 15 seconds flat.  The sheer hatred in his eyes gave it away.

As for us, no one likes to be gaslighted to death.  This much is obvious.  The question going forward is, has anyone learned their lesson?  Will the glitterati who invite them on their shows and kiss their feet, change direction, or will they keep on, keeping on, so to speak?

I don’t think they’ve learned their lesson.  They’re going to double down on their idiocy, adding a dollop of hatred for Middle America.  Why?  I dunno.  Maybe it’s because they’re all possessed by evil spirits.  Or maybe it’s because The Golden Don so scrambled their brains they’ve forgotten which way is up. 


P.S. Keep your eye on Joe Manchin.  


  1. The stark fact that I and every other southern white was faced with during the summer of 2020 was that if integration had been a success, there would have been no significant black supremacy/black nationalist movement (BLM), no riots and no CRT (black racist ideology).

    Up until then, the unspoken truce was colorblind equality with a retention of southern heritage and cultural self-esteem. Though the Old South was bottomed on slavery, this was only its major feature from the perspective of blacks, not white southerners. For us, while frankly acknowledging slavery, the whole point was the chivalry and lifestyle/culture as well as federalism.

    The riots awakened to the unpleasant reality that multi-kulti had failed miserably and that we were in danger of becoming the victims of Afrikaner syndrome while being labeled white supremacists. Put another way, we are being commanded to sacrifice self rule or be branded racists. It’s a clever gimmick, but a gimmick nonetheless.

    Many of us have decided that self rule is all important and we can easily live with the label “racist”, whatever its accuracy or inaccuracy. The priority is not to be ruled by minorities given their natural proclivity is to favor themselves and demonize us. It is regrettable that it is zero sum, but probably inescapably so.

  2. My guess is he changes party affiliation.

    • Antiochene Son says

      If his re-election comes into question, maybe, but right now he is probably the most powerful member of the Senate.

      • George Michalopulos says

        If his reelection is in jeopardy (and it is) he will either not run for reelection or change parties. Those are the only two choices he has.

  3. Black Lives MAGA

  4. Chris Banescu says

    This can’t be! You mean Republicans are not “racists, sexists, and misogynists,” like the left and the Democrats insist? Oh dear… Reality and truth are great disinfectants and antidotes against leftist/progressive pathological hatred, lies, and distortions.

  5. George and Gail, I am so sorry to derail this wonderful post of yours.

    Friends, we need a plan in place for the mandatory vaccination of our children. It is coming.
    What are we to do if we are unable to move (to another state, country, etc.)?
    Thank you.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      This is one of those situations where you’ve got to act now and figure it out later. Any group who thinks nothing of poisoning hundreds of thousands of people cannot be trusted to do what’s right for your kids.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Gail is right.

      Sometimes you gotta fly like a bat outta hell if you’re going to have any chance at all. I know this is going to be unpopular but as far as your children’s education, unless you’re wealthy, the only option you have is homeschooling.

      You could start there. Or, you can run for the local school board and make a righteous nuisance of yourself. (This actually worked two days ago when hundreds of school boards were taken over by patriots.)

    • Prospective Nomad says

      In every persecution prior to the final one (c.f. the 24th chapter of St. Matthew’s Gospel), some are called to stay and suffer, while others are called to flee. Those with children to protect are likely to fall disproportionately into the latter category. Importantly, those who are called to stay are obliged to assist those who are called to flee. When St. Paul fled Damascus, those who were called to stay were holding the ropes attached to the basket in which he was lowered from the wall. When he was nearly killed at Lystra and Derbe, those who were called to stay spirited him away. When Michelle says that she is “UNABLE to move (to another state, country, etc.),” it is not enough merely to say, “You’ve got to act now and figure it out later.” It is incumbent on us to render her able to move, if possible (c.f. the second chapter of the Universal Epistle of St. James, vv. 15 & 16, on this point).

      Many Orthodox parents will find themselves in Michelle’s position, but the impediments to flight will vary. Some will lack funds. Some will be caring for an elderly parent who is too infirm to move. Some will be prevented from moving by the terms of divorce/joint-custody decrees. Some (or their children) will be receiving specialized medical treatments that are unavailable in the rural areas (or, in the extreme, foreign countries) that are most likely to be free of pediatric vaccine mandates. Some of these problems will be insurmountable without miracles, but some won’t. The situation calls for the provision of “Damascus baskets” when possible. Such an effort shouldn’t be organized in a public online forum, as we need to preserve privacy and prevent scams, but the effort should be made. I would welcome suggestions on a prudent way forward, and Mr. Michalopulos has my permission to share my e-mail address with established, traditionalist forum members who deem “Damascus baskets” a concept potentially worth developing.

      As an aside, we should not assume that pediatric vaccine mandates will pose an exclusively educational problem, as though they will be imposed only by school boards. They may well be imposed by health departments, with CPS enforcement directed against the non-compliant. Homeschooling does not offer adequate protection against this threat.

      • George Michalopulos says

        “Damascus Baskets”, it’s got a good ring to it. Kind of like Samaritan’s Purse.

        Seriously, what you write is doable and I believe would be blessed by the Lord.

  6. You think that voting Republican is going to save the country? If we just vote hard enough that everything will return back to 2019?

    • Gail Sheppard says

      Heavens, no! You left out the most important part. Tinkerbell didn’t come back to life because we clapped. Tinkerbell came back to life because we believed.

      • Best Monomakhos comment ever!!!

      • I’m not I understand the analogy. Is Tinkerbell the Republican party? If we believe hard enough, then the Republican Party will do what rural Oklahoman voters want? Or is Tinkerbell the American people, that if we believe in the people, they will take up their guns and water the tree of liberty?

        It would seem to me that the Tinkerbell analogy is democracy overall, that we are told that if we clap and believe that we’ll get what we want, but actually it’s just a stage production. We only think clapping for Tinkerbell makes her come back to life because we are told that one led to the other, but we don’t have any actual evidence.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          The “Tinkerbell” phenomenon applies to a lot of situations. (It isn’t really a “thing,” though. I just made it up.)

          Like telling the millennials if they “believe in fairies”, vote for Biden, and “clap real hard,” their student loans will be paid off.

          I wish things worked out that way but they generally don’t. The only one you can really believe in is God.

          • George Michalopulos says

            The only hope for the Hard Left, the people who wanted Medicare for all, $15/hr wage, and student loan forgiveness is for them to leave the Democrat Party and form an authentic socialist party (or the Greens).

            • Antiochene Son says

              Minimum wage should at least be tied to cost of living. As Tucker pointed out this week, if you didn’t get a 6% raise this year (I didn’t) you got effectively a pay cut. I have family members who were well situated two years ago now worried they’ll lose their house. Nothing changed except inflation.

              If wages were tied to worker productivity in the same ratio as before Carter, it would be $25/hour today. Wages have stagnated for some 50 years. While I don’t think everyone should make the same in a Marxist fashion, Jeff Bezos making 1 billion/month while his workers live like serfs is not right.

              • cynthia curran says

                Actually, minimum wage could be 11 an hour since most lower skilled jobs at least pay that in most states. Arkansas voted in the 11 an hour not 15 an hour, Joe Manchin wanted the 11 an hour which would have passed since the dems could have gotten Susan Collins and company for the 11 not the 15 an hour.

            • “The only hope for the Hard Left, the people who wanted Medicare for all, $15/hr wage, and student loan forgiveness is for them …”

              I did not know I am “Hard Left”.

              • George Michalopulos says

                I never said you were. These are the three cardinal tenets of the hard Left however.

                Having said that, as a Friedmanesque conservative, I can’t see how these gimmies wouldn’t be destructive to the economy.

                • “as a Friedmanesque conservative, I can’t see how these gimmies wouldn’t be destructive to the economy”

                  Real wages much lower than in the past, growing student debt, lack of health care for millions (I will add increasing concentration of wealth) are not destructive?!
                  Even Friedman would not go so far.

            • George,

              I would beware the condemnation of economic largesse. Obviously there are practical limits and the left often transgresses them. However, one of the key differences between the old Goldwater/Reagan conservativism (conservative liberals) and classical conservativism is the attitude toward public expenditures. Conservative liberals adopted classical liberal “fiscal conservatism”, sometimes pejoratively referred to as “Darwinian economics”. They targeted the “spend” component of “tax and spend” and would have government do very little ideally except to deliver the mail, guard the borders, etc. And the mail thing could be farmed out to private carriers. Hell, for that matter, so could defense (but mercenaries are notoriously unreliable).

              Classical conservatives, on the other hand, understand the old Chinese proverb that “the security of the upper classes depends on the satisfaction of the lower classes”; i.e., a certain amount of redistribution ensures peace and prosperity. Libertarian economics was a viable paradigm in America before industrialization given sufficient private welfare entities. However, in the modern world no one takes it seriously. Hostility in principle to redistribution has hamstrung conservative liberals politically for far too long. That and commitment to “free trade” as opposed to “fair trade” and “free market” as opposed to sanctions for outsourcing are the main things that separated conservative liberals from the working and middle class.

              Now, I don’t advocate socialism, obviously. However, even the hardest of right wing governments (monarchies, autocracies) have redistributed for the public welfare. Libertarianism is the artificial construct – unnatural and abnormal.

              • George Michalopulos says

                I don’t disagree at all with your critique.

                Gone are the days of Classical Liberalism (i.e. Libertarianism). That was a luxury we can no longer afford.

                • “Gone are the days of Classical Liberalism”

                  George, when was this Golden Age? In the time of Charles Dickens? 😉

    • George Michalopulos says

      Austin, Basil, et al: anybody who knows me knows I’m red-pilled. In my darker moments I almost get black-pilled. I am not naive nor do I believe that if we only “vote harder” we’re going to go back to the 50s and Donna Reed is going to wear pearls and heels when her husband comes home.

      I am not an optimist, I am however, a realist. You fight with the army you got, not the one you want. Regardless, I see the entire leftist, globo-homo narrative falling apart. We will win either within 5 years or 50. Why do I say this? Because in the end, reality always wins.

      • George,
        I appreciate your optimism/realism. I do. And I hope you’re right. I don’t like the thought that my children could grow up in a police state. In a “take this or starve” state. However, isn’t it just as realistic to think that things won’t get better, at least not without actual divine intervention? We know from Scripture and 2000 years of Tradition that Antichrist will come and use ultimate power to try to coerce people into taking his mark. Isn’t it possible this is the beginning and that things will continue to degenerate until it reaches the climax and Christ returns? Isn’t it realistic to believe we’ve begun sliding down the slope from which there’s no coming back?

        • George Michalopulos says

          Correction: I am not an optimist! I am a realist though.

          Having said that, there will be an end-times and of course a huge, impossible-to-bear persecution before it. That’s in the Bible so I’m not going to go all pollyanna and say “in every day and in every way things are getting better and better”. That’s stupidity on stilts.

          The question boils down to this: are we in the end-times? If so, repent, pray and prepare.

          If however we are not in the end-times, repent, pray and prepare as well. But if we are not in the end-times, the Deep State is so overplaying their hand that I see nothing but looming destruction for them. That’s not to say that it’s going to be a walk in the park and that the deluded proglibs are going to wake up en masse and say: “Gosh! What were we thinking? I mean, those Christians and Republicans and Conservatives and MAGA types, they’re human beings just like us! We may not agree with them but they have the right to their opinion, don’t they?”

          You see, that’s not going to happen. So, like cornered rats, they’re going to go down fighting.

      • It’s a matter of druthers for me. I’d rather have an ultra popular hard right nationalist hell bent on destroying Tammany Hall and re-imposing the patriarchy. However, what I see on the table is the possibility to move the Overton window significantly in that direction without actually achieving any satisfying closure. I.e., the war will go on regardless.

        But at least there is a war at this point. It’s not just the two wings of the Uniparty staging professional wrestling matches. A third force is taking over the Republican Party at a fairly rapid rate. This third force, fair enough, is not nearly radical enough to suit me, but it may be all that the electorate can bear at this time until they become gradually used to increasingly traditional ideas. In fact, I don’t actually see any other plausible path from A to B.

        But I get it that some are sick to death of the kabuki and just won’t budge anymore. In fact, I respect that opinion as honorable, given all that has transpired. Despite MAGA, the best we might be able to obtain in reality is the total collapse of it all and a true, grass roots revolution.

        • Antiochene Son says

          The dissatisfaction is so high that if someone ran in 2024 on the platform of “I will actually do everything you hoped (or feared) Trump was going to do in 2016″ he would clean up.

          Anything short of that won’t reverse our course either.

          • George Michalopulos says

            AS. I hear you but as Clement Atlee (or was it Antony Eden) said when asked about what would influence (one way of the other) his political program, replied “Events! Events!”.

            What I’m trying to say is that the entire BBB/Antifa/Leftoid programmer is collapsing right before our very eyes as I right these words. That’s the political program. As for the ideological one, BLM/feminizaism/faggotry/transsexualism/etc. simply cannot sustain a culture because it’s all based on arrant nonsense.

    • cynthia curran says

      I don’t know. In fact we got a lot of Susan Collins types now because of the republicans winning in the northeast. In fact Natonal Review will wake up and Texas has stolen most of the high paying jobs from New York City. In fact the current rebellion is now from the suburba and nost just a rural thing. Lakeside in greater Dallas kick the Dems out of the school boards and so did Bucks County PA.

  7. cynthia curran says

    Yeah, but they almost lost New Jersey for governor, the Dems and didn’t use the white supremely theme as much as Virginia.

  8. Only Republicans are white supremacists . Haven’t figured out what white Democrats are except delusional.

  9. S.Bhakdi: “Greek leaders do what the Nazis did –
    Politicians and doctors must go to prison”

    ‘ “Catapult” was in a recent interview [with] the distinguished virologist and epidemiologist, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, as he stood against the Greek politicians who impose indirect compulsory vaccination against the coronavirus on the citizens.

    Speaking about the new measures that will be implemented from tomorrow, Bhakdi said: “Greek leaders are doing the same thing they did in Nazi Germany some years ago and if you bow down you have lost your Greek identity. “I have nothing to say except that I am disappointed and terrified by the Greek authorities, they should be ashamed.”

    “Unfortunately the authorities are forcing all of you to vaccinate your children and something is being introduced into their bodies that is killing their cells, it is a crime, these politicians and doctors should go to jail ,” Bakhakdi added.

    Following his interview with “Focus FM” he was asked about the increase in non-coronary deaths and the answer: “Deaths will continue to increase, what I said a year ago proved to be true. I warn the Greeks that if they continue like this, they will participate in the greatest crime in the history of mankind “.

    ” We have acquired immunity, the body is ready to face any threat of the virus and eliminate it. “Vaccination offers absolutely nothing but risk to the human body,” said the scientist, citing a number of problems that may arise after vaccination. “There is no reason to vaccinate young people and children because no deaths have been observed at this age,” he said.

    Referring to Pfizer, he said: “There have been many clinical trials specifically at Pfizer about the vaccine and we have been told it is safe and necessary. However, an article appeared in a British medical newspaper, which referred to the company and the tests they performed that were not true and that the result they gave was deceptive. “The latest tests performed there, as the article continues, in order for Pfizer to obtain a license – albeit temporary – have false numbers and there are many opposite results in the clinical trials that were conducted, which never saw the light of day.”

    “Pfizer, in all its tests, did not say how long the vaccine would be in the blood, nor in clinical trials in animals. Unfortunately, there is no evidence that a very large “This whole business has to do with vaccination,” he added.

    The scientist also referred to what is heard about mild myocarditis, while he also dropped a “bomb”, as he claimed that there is a possibility that the vaccines lead to infertility.

    “Do not believe the doctors who say mild myocarditis, they should go to jail,” he said. “It is possible that this vaccine will lead to infertility. We do not know yet. ”
    A photo a thousand words: Follow on Instagram to “see” the real world!

    At the end of his interview, Bhakdi revealed that he was leaving Germany “because they repeat crimes they committed in the past, they are only interested in money”. ‘

  10. cynthia curran says Guess who voted the most for this, New Yorker republicans among republicans 4 of them and 2 from New Jersey. Yup, most Rinos are northeastern republicans. In fact the greater Dallas area has taken away a lot of financial jobs from New York City, so the Dems are trying to update New York City over Dallas.

  11. cynthia curran says

    Well, should Facebook ban users for over a year. Well, my account was disabled almost a year ago so I tried to get back on but Facebook is still disabling it even though its almost been a year. In fact this time I was to avoid political statements but Facebook will not allow anyone a chance not just Trump.

    • cynthia curran says

      Well, they ban Abbot Tyrhon so I’m in good company. In fact maybe the phony right that loves New York City but runs down California, well NYC is just as worst will be defeated. Goodbye City Journal and National Review, the conservative Inc groups.

  12. Two videos well worth watching, if you want to know what’s going on…

    Dr. David Martin Exclusive: The Endgame of the Elite – Jab Tyranny & War on Humanity

    [Video 29:08]

    Explosive Dr. David Martin: Who “They” Are:
    “The Names and Faces of the People Who Are Killing Humanity”

    [Video – 50:18]

  13. cynthia curran says

    Well, anyways a lot of what is happening seems similar to the 1970’s. In fact Briebart had an article about Philly suburbs swinging which most the coverage has been abut either New Jersey or Virginia on elections. When I went to another article on Bucks County PA there was a republican that won by opposing force CRT training. In fact the revolt seems to be now in the suburbs and not just rural areas. Lots of rural folks are getting jobs because Amazon is pushing it fulfillment centers across the US. So, the focus with the exception of inflation ha moved to social issues. Granted, there were also high inflation in the 1970’s. In fact CRT is similar to force school busing in the 1970’s on how people react.

  14. cynthia curran says

    Natonal Review’s Eric Adams hero, black dem that supports illegal immigrants voting in New York City. I told you so that conservative ince betting on New York City particularity David Bahnsen of Newport Beach and New York City was the death of the republican party.

  15. Ok, emerging from our tryptophan induced kumbaya comas, back to cases:

    I have to hand it to Lukashenko, he has chutzpah. He’s telling the immigrants passing through his country that they have a right to enter the EU and that he will assist them in the effort. Merkel said they were welcome. What’s the problem?

    He ends up highlighting the insanity of the European establishment, bolstering the reputation of the Law and Justice Party in Poland for resisting immigration and calling Europe’s bluff. The message it sends to Poland is this: “Whose interests really align here? Certainly not that of Poles vis a vis the EU.” It’s a strange attempt to get the Poles to see that their interests align with their fellow Slavs.

    Now, Poles and Russians are historic enemies and the Catholic/Orthodox line runs right through the chessboard. Nonetheless, so were England and France and yet they allied against Germans and Soviets.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Thanks for that insight Misha!

      I was wondering what the heck Lukashenko was doing but as you point out, he was employing the dictum of Benjamin Franklin upon the Poles: “Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other.”

      • George,

        Keep your eye on the Ukraine this winter. Saker is already convinced that the West has decided to provoke some type of dustup in the Donbass. Putin has no good reason to start anything otherwise, but the West may need a distraction from the policy failures at home. We already have the “mid-term election variant” of Covid (omicron). A nice little skirmish with Russia or China might be seen as just the thing to prop up the polls.