Mon 30 Jan 2023 05:17:01 PM CST
Meanwhile, in our little five percent
I'll get these out of the way before going on the world outside.
I wasn't going to comment further, but will follow on a couple of comments. I expected two coexistent results, and while there was speculation in the entire spectrum of the media, credible or not, I never expected anything different.
The nationwide organized violence many expected did not occur, for the obvious reason. There was simply no way to generate a wave of anti-white hatred when the entire affair was denizens of the cesspool preying on a fellow organism. Once that became clear even the Burn-Loot-Murder crowd, much as they would have liked to, got it through their dim minds (probably with a bit of friendly advice from their handlers/financiers) that it just wouldn't work and would probably be counterproductive. The masters don't like that. So a handful of (actually mostly peaceful) protests quickly fizzled.
My other thought was that the reality of the circumstances notwithstanding, the local cesspool management would still try to make it Whitey's fault as much as possible, and to pillory a white law enforcement person. There was never any question in my mind. Today they found one, a white cop who tased the perpetrator before the other cops beat him to death. A perfectly legitimate procedure, but this cop is likely to be prosecuted before this is over. They need the white face to generate hate and deflect blame. The killers are likely to cop pleas and get very little time, while the white guy goes up for a while.
Living near Memphrica and having spent much time there, it is as vile as any of the other blue cesspools, just smaller. So there are fewer such incidents. There is only so much news time available, and revenue generation from commercials and website clicks makes optimal selection essential.
It was a good day for such antics by the usual suspects, but then most days are. As are days for people who got the slab jab to continue dropping like flies. How long it will take for that to have an effect is a good question.
In other news, Russia Times had a couple of interesting observations yesterday. All are well within my memory, and I am able to view them and my own thought process relative to them. The first unnerved me when it happened, almost twenty years ago. I didn't like what was happening at all, but we were stuck with the lesser of two evils. And the alternative would have been disastrous years earlier, and in a worse way, that might not be remediable. Whether the current situation is is also open to question.
Scott Ritter paid the price for speaking truth then, but at least has survived. People who oppose the regime regularly become dead or in prison, or in prison before becoming dead.
I didn't at that time view Bush 43 as lying so much as repeating what he was told. He actually had no way of knowing, but his willingness to be a tool got him elected president, and he didn't seem to care. The Diversity hire secretary of state at the time also promulgated those lies, and later pleaded ignorance, and all was forgiven. Not that there was ever much desire to hold him accountable.
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