August 19, 2018
I tend to think of myself as the millennial Pat Buchanan. I have a better sense of humor. Probably not as smart. I am more honest. More idealistic… but I haven’t ever read anything Pat wrote when he was in his early thirties.
Some people don’t really understand just how based Pat is. He wrote a book about how Hitler did nothing wrong and we never should have entered WWII. It was basically “how can I sell IHR arguments to normies?” the book.
Here he is on C-SPAN talking about it.
He’s also done some lightweight wink-wink Holo-denial. Everyone who gets it gets what he’s getting at. But he never had the nerve to just say it all. You know. Boomer.
Anyway, this latest bit is the funniest thing I’ve seen all week. Including that shit I wrote when I was drunk yesterday, which was ultra-lulz (the thing about that is… the work needs done, and I have to do it, it has to be done, sometimes I have a drink, sometimes I have a few drinks – the fact that the work needs done remains; I work two 5-6 hour shifts, 7 days a week, it is pretty much impossible that some portion of the work will not be done while drunk, even given that I’m a semi-teetotaler at this point).
Pat doesn’t have to write while drunk. But his stuff has inspired me a lot. He says things plainly, breaking down media gibberish with simple common sense.
Pat writes on his blog:
If ex-CIA Director John Brennan did to Andrew Jackson what he did to Donald Trump, he would have lost a lot more than his security clearance.
He would have been challenged to a duel and shot.
And it’s funny because it’s true.
Brennan is such a little pervert bitch. Whining because he thinks his (presumed) pizzagate secrets are all about to get dropped.
I was surprised he didn’t setup a GoFundMe after his security clearance was revoked.
“Trump’s … performance in Helsinki,” Brennan had said, “exceeds the threshold of ‘high crimes & misdemeanors.’ It was … treasonous.”
Why should the president not strip from a CIA director who calls him a traitor the honor and privilege of a security clearance? Or is a top-secret clearance an entitlement like Social Security?
CIA directors retain clearances because they are seen as national assets, individuals whose unique experience, knowledge and judgment may be called upon to assist a president in a national crisis.
Who trashed this tradition?
Was it not the former heads of the security agencies — CIA, FBI, director of national intelligence — who have been leveling the kind of savage attacks on the chief of state one might expect from antifa?
Are ex-security officials entitled to retain the high privileges of the offices they held, if they descend into cable-TV hatred and hostility?
Former CIA chief Mike Hayden, in attacking Trump for separating families of detained illegal immigrants at the border, tweeted a photo of the train tracks leading into Auschwitz.
“Other governments have separated mothers and children” was Hayden’s caption.
Is that fair criticism from an ex-CIA director?
And does Trump not have a point when he says the Boston Globe-organized national attack on him, joined in by the Times and 300 other newspapers, was journalistic “collusion” against him?
If Trump believes that CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times and The Washington Post are mortal enemies who want to see him ousted or impeached, is he wrong?
Yeah, that is the question you’re not allowed to ask.
The media is the new priest class of the Jewish religion of Feelingsiatiy.
We are an irreconcilable us-against-them nation today, and given the rancor across the ideological, social and cultural chasm that divides us, it is hard to see how, even post-Trump, we can ever come together again.
Speaking at a New York LGBT gala in 2016, Hillary Clinton said: “You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables … racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic … Some of those folks … are irredeemable, but … they are not America.”
When Clinton’s reflections on Middle America made it into print, she amended her remarks. Just as Gov. Andrew Cuomo rushed to amend his comments yesterday when he blurted at a bill-signing ceremony:
“We’re not going to make America great again. It was never that great.” America was “never that great”?
Clinton and Cuomo committed gaffes of the kind Michael Kinsley described as the blurting out of truths the speaker believes but desperately does not want a wider audience to know.
In San Francisco in 2008, Barack Obama committed such a gaffe.
Asked why blue-collar workers in industrial towns decimated by job losses were not responding to his message, Obama trashed these folks as the unhappy losers of our emerging brave new world:
“They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”
These clingers to their Bibles, bigotries and guns are the people the mainstream media, 10 years later, deride and dismiss as “Trump’s base.”
What Clinton, Cuomo and Obama spilled out reveals what is really behind the cultural and ideological wars of America today.
Most media elites accept the historic indictment — that before the Progressives came, this country was mired in racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia, and that its history had been a long catalog of crimes against indigenous peoples, Africans brought here in bondage, Mexicans whose lands we stole, migrants, and women and gays who were denied equality.
The people who cheer Trump believe the country they inherited from their fathers was a great, good and glorious country, and that the media who detest Trump also despise them.
For such as these, Trump cannot scourge the media often enough.
See, it’s basically a Stormer article written for someone other than a bunch of teenage psychopaths.
Of course, Buchanan doesn’t have nearly the reach we have.
Because the younger generations… they are too angry to be moved by dry reason. The kids need the inspiration. And the lulz.
But I really liked the Andrew Jackson bit.
Andrew Jackson killed a man in a duel. He took a shot to the chest, and carried the bullet for the rest of his life.
That guy didn’t give a fuck, which is why everyone was like “HELL YES” when Trump hung up his portrait in the Oval Office as one of his first acts as President.