It’s now readily apparent that the conservative movement was designed to take a fall from the start. CDAN formally outs the late William F. Buckley:
This deceased writer/publisher of a well known magazine that still runs was also known for having a television show. His manner and speaking style were mocked on sketch comedy shows many times.
He preferred sexual relations with men rather than with women but like a lot of men of his generation he could not acknowledge this and so married and had children. In addition, the audience he cultivated would not have accepted this.
He spent a lot of time with homosexual prostitutes from a specific procurer. He would often tell his favorites that he would refer to them on his TV show by assigning them an obscure word, Latin or old English, and then use the word on his show that week.
William F Buckley (National Review/Firing Line)
So, both Malcolm Forbes and William F. Buckley, two lions of the respective conservative establishment, were eminently controllable.
How many national anthems do we have??
Is there an Hispanic national anthem?
An Asian-American national anthem?
This is asinine. We are ONE America. E Pluribus Unum.
– Ted Cruz
Shut up, Ted. You’re a Cuban who arrived by way of Canada. You’re not a Texan. You’re not an American. You’re a foreign mandarin of an imperial state.
If blacks tell you they’re playing their national anthem, then they are obviously a distinct and separate nation. Listen to them. Or are you denying them self-determination?
They simply don’t give a damn:
In a series of now-deleted tweets, Dr Priyamvada Gopal, a lecturer who specializes in postcolonial literature and “critical race studies” at the University of Cambridge’s Churchill College, announced that “white lives don’t matter,” and that whiteness should be “abolished.” Unsurprisingly, she received mountains of criticism for her divisive utterances.
In the current racially charged era, one might assume Cambridge would want to distance itself from her radical pronouncements, but it seems to have assumed a bolder position. “The university defends the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions, which others might find controversial, and deplores, in the strongest terms, abuse and personal attacks,” the prestigious institution tweeted on Wednesday, adding that any attacks leveled against its faculty were “totally unacceptable and must cease.”
The University defends the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions which others might find controversial and deplores in the strongest terms abuse and personal attacks. These attacks are totally unacceptable and must cease.
The statement elicited howls of “hypocrisy!” from social media, with numerous commentators pointing out that Cambridge was clearly selective when it came to defending controversial opinions. In March 2019, the university withdrew Canadian professor of psychology Jordan Peterson’s fellowship, after staff and students protested. Peterson, who rose to prominence after deriding the compulsory use of gendered pronouns, has been accused of being transphobic – an allegation he denies. Announcing its decision to withdraw the fellowship, the university said it aimed to foster an “inclusive environment” and that all staff and visitors must uphold those principles.
If this doesn’t convince conservatives that their “this just proves” approach to tirelessly exposing hypocrisy on the Left is pointless, I don’t know what will.
Of course, all conservatives are necessarily frauds of one sort or another, but the professional variety don’t even hold to the fake non-principles of their failed non-philosophy. They’re just pseudo-intellectuals-for-hire to the highest bidder.
Google reached out to nearly 100 conservative figures involved with the Heritage Foundation and with Koch-affiliated organizations to help with the company’s messaging after a dust-up with The Federalist this week, according to a new report.
“You may not have seen that NBC has corrected an inaccurate story they put out saying Google was no longer finding and running ads for The Federalist to profit from their content,” Google outreach manager Max Pappas wrote in a June 16 email to the group. “That is not accurate, we are, see Google public tweets below.”
NBC reported that day Google had pulled ads from The Federalist due to content in the site’s content section that Google found objectionable. NBC later clarified that Google had only given The Federalist a warning, but would not pull ads until the third policy violation.
Pappas directed his message to dozens of leaders or staffers affiliated with groups in the Koch network, according to The National Pulse’s Raheem Kassam and Natalie Winters, who obtained the email. The names included Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist; R Street President Eli Lehrer; Competitive Enterprise Institute President Kent Lassman; Heritage Action Executive Director Tim Chapman; Cato Institute Executive Vice President David Boaz; and Reason Foundation editor Peter Suderman.
Some of the most prolific recipients included the American Enterprise Institute, where 13 staffers received the message; the Cato Institute (10); the R Street Institute (8); the Mercatus Institute (5); the Competitive Enterprise Institute (5); and the Charles Koch Institute (3).
The groups have all reportedly received financial contributions connected to Google in recent years. They are also members of the State Policy Network, a group of organizations historically backed by libertarian business magnates Charles and the late David Koch, who died in 2019.
At this point, there is no meaningful difference between a cuckservative and a conservative. There simply aren’t any conservatives who don’t cuck on demand. Only genuine nationalists will ever stand up for the nation, and only those who openly oppose equality, tolerance, inclusion, and diversity are honest enough to be given even an initial modicum of the benefit of the doubt.
It’s beginning to get a bit amusing to see the cuckservatives being demonetized and deplatformed. But hey, at least the crocodile ate you after those no-good, very-bad crimethinkers:
Google has banned two far-right websites from its advertising platform after research revealed the tech giant was profiting from articles pushing unsubstantiated claims about the Black Lives Matter protests.
The two sites, ZeroHedge and The Federalist, will no longer be able to generate revenue from any advertisements served by Google Ads.
A Google spokesperson said in an email that it took action after determining the websites violated its policies on content related to race.
“We have strict publisher policies that govern the content ads can run on and explicitly prohibit derogatory content that promotes hatred, intolerance, violence or discrimination based on race from monetizing,” the spokesperson wrote. “When a page or site violates our policies, we take action. In this case, we’ve removed both sites’ ability to monetize with Google.”
After publication of this story, Google added that it takes into account all of the content on a website including comments to determine if a policy violation has occurred, which is where the policy violations occurred.
Running and hiding won’t work. Keeping quiet and keeping your head down won’t work. War is upon you, whether you will or no.
It’s clear that the inverted justices of the Supreme Court are observably among the “all asserts” that have reportedly been activated.
Within 35 minutes today at 10 a.m. Eastern, what some thought was the most conservative Supreme Court of all time concocted a fundamental right to transgenderism in the context of labor law, erased the Second Amendment, and interfered with a state death penalty case, but declined to interfere with a California law that criminalizes law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration agents.
Taken in totality, the “conservative” legal movement, which has promoted the idea of “appointing better judges” rather than fighting the entire concept of judicial supremacism, has failed miserably. This was its Waterloo.
Here is a brief summary of four very important decisions and orders issued by the court today:
- The justices denied certiorari to gun rights groups in 10 gun cases where states have denied citizens the right to carry arms under any circumstance. Justice Thomas dissented in the denial of cert in the New Jersey right to carry case and was joined by Justice Kavanagh. It takes four justices to agree to hear a case, and it’s not clear which of the others would also have agreed but didn’t sign on to the dissent. Despite the plain meaning of the Constitution, 10 years after Heller, and with circuit splits, the court refuses to act.
- In U.S. v. California et al., the Supreme Court denied the petition from the Department of Justice to overturn a Ninth Circuit ruling upholding California’s sanctuary law. California prohibits local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents. Only Thomas and Alito would have granted the appeal.
- In what has become a growing trend of SCOTUS interference with the few remaining capital punishment cases, the justices remanded a Texas capital case because they believe the accused did not have sufficient counsel. Alito dissented, joined by Thomas and Gorsuch.
- In a 6-3 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch, the court ruled that Title VII of the Civil Right act, which passed in 1964 before anyone could fathom transgenderism, applies to transgenderism and sexual orientation.
Taken together, these decisions show the court believes there is an inalienable right to transgenderism and illegal immigration but not to the Second Amendment. The court believes it can tamper with every state criminal and capital conviction on ever-evolving novel grounds, but it somehow believes a state can criminalize foundational federal immigration powers.
It’s just another failure of conservativism. The good news is this is one more step towards the end of Paper America and the false hope it offered to those inclined towards cuckservatism and civnattery. Americans were never going to sue their way free of emanations and penumbras.
To absolutely no one’s surprise, the Crossfit CEO’s apology was rapidly followed by a resignation:
The founder of the US fitness brand CrossFit will step down from his position as CEO following a disastrous few days that have seen the fitness program lose key partnerships, endorsements and the business of hundreds of affiliated gyms around the world.
The move comes after a pair of offensive tweets by Greg Glassman. On Saturday, in response to a tweet from the research centre Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, which stated “Racism is a public health issue”, Glassman tweeted “It’s FLOYD-19”, in reference to the police killing of George Floyd, whose death has sparked a global protest movement.
Following the tweets, Reebok, the official outfitter of the fitness program, told Footwear News they would end their partnership. On 8 June, Glassman issued an apology, stating “I, CrossFit HQ, and the CrossFit community will not stand for racism. I made a mistake by the words I chose yesterday. My heart is deeply saddened by the pain it has caused. It was a mistake, not racist but a mistake.”
This apology was not accepted by many of the brand’s partner gyms and collaborators, Morning Chalkup, a CrossFit newsletter, is reporting that over 1000 affiliated gyms intend to end their relationship with CrossFit.
Once you take the knee, they own you. Glassman’s response to the reaction to his comments is a masterclass in what NOT to do. This why you never apologize under SJW pressure and you certainly never resign.
Never apologize for the truth. And never apologize for your opinions.
I know you’ll probably be shocked to learn this breaking news, but Republicucks who never supported President Trump are going to continue not supporting the God-Emperor:
Growing numbers of prominent Republicans are debating how far to go in revealing that they won’t back his reelection — or might even vote for Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee. They’re feeling a fresh urgency because of Trump’s incendiary response to the protests of police brutality, atop his mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to people who spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose private discussions.
Former President George W. Bush won’t support the reelection of Trump, and Jeb Bush isn’t sure how he’ll vote, say people familiar with their thinking. Senator Mitt Romney of Utah won’t back Trump and is deliberating whether to again write in his wife, Ann, or cast another ballot this November. And Cindy McCain, the widow of Senator John McCain, is almost certain to support Biden but is unsure how public to be about it because one of her sons is eyeing a run for office.
None of them voted for Trump in 2016, but the reproach of big Republican names carries a different weight when an incumbent president and his shared agenda with Senate leaders are on the line.
In related news, water is going to continue to be wet and Americans are going to continue not caring what George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, or Cindy McCain think, do, or say.
The Z-man has good advice for severing connections with people who are not, and will never be, on your side during the chaos that is to come:
If you really want to “own the libs” in your life right now, calmly and clearly disassociate yourself from them.
That’s hard for a lot of people to do. Generations of conditioning have designed the right-wing American to think their purpose in life is to squander their time trying to convince lefty of the errors in his ways. Just as every Mormon dreams of bringing a Jew or Muslim into the church as a convert, every conservative dreams of the day when that lefty in their life says, “You know what? You are right.” Even if that epiphany does not lead to conversion, to be right just once is the dream.
If that instinct is still with you, now is the time to put down the needle and begin the journey to political sobriety. The white people who instinctively side with the blacks against the whites, are not your people. They can never be your people, because they hate your people. Granted, what drives them is hatred of self, but it is not your job to heal them. These people are driven by the thought of your people living as hated minorities in their own lands. They cannot be saved.
I don’t bother trying to convince people of anything anymore. Anyone who believes in equality, or idea nations, or “judeochristianity” or thinks 400 years of involuntary exposure to civilization is an excuse for burning it down is nothing more than an enemy-programmed NPC.
You will have better luck trying to talk sense into your toaster. Just be done with them. Either events will sufficiently impact their emotions to suddenly convict them of the errors of their mindless ways or they won’t. Nothing you can say will make any difference whatsoever. Leave them behind to burn with the cities.
I’m not saying to make a big production of it, or to dramatically cut them dead when you happen to encounter them. Be polite and civil; act toward them just as you would act towards anyone else. What I’m talking about is emotionally extricating yourself from feeling any sense of responsibility for them. Because they have already violated the natural ties of blood, they must accept the consequences that naturally follow. As Jesus Christ himself advised, leave the dead to bury the dead.
Sarah Hoyt demonstrates why even those who appear to be more or less ideologically inclined to the Right are not genuinely on the side of America, Western civilization, or even the simple truth:
The good news is that we, as a society, have been wealthy enough for long enough to have raised a whole bunch of toddlers in adult bodies (most of which are the very white kiddies of antifa. Don’t let anyone tell you this is a race riot. This is a socialist riot. A series of them.)
Nothing, literally nothing, can stand in the way of the Paper American’s desperate need to believe that she isn’t Portuguese, she is a true, blue American, every bit as American as any Son or Daughter of the American Revolution. Because thanks to over a century of propaganda, most “conservatives” now believe that “America” isn’t an actual nation, it’s nothing more than an idea that anyone can claim.
Now, I grew up in Minnesota. I spent six years at, and graduated from, a Minneapolis school within walking distance of the epicenter of the riots at Hiawatha and Lake. I finished third in the 200m in the Region V (aka Minneapolis) championships behind a pair of sprinters from Minneapolis North, one of whom was a bona fide Disciple. I have very good friends who are living right smack dab in the middle of all this, fervently hoping that all the attacks on retail outlets and public institutions don’t turn into home invasions.
And it most certainly is a race riot.
The fact that Antifa is taking advantage of the situation and is attempting to fan the flames of the local race riot into a national one does not change the fact that none of the chaos and destruction would have taken place if George Floyd had been Asian or if Derek Chauvin had been Black.
Civic Nationalists always lie, but one of the differences between them and SJWs is that the Civic Nationalist’s first victim is always himself. Or, in this case, herself. But regardless of her reasons, the fact is that Sarah Hoyt is a shameless liar.