August 4, 2019
As you may have heard, there were two mass shootings yesterday, both by White males.
The first one was at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and it appears that it was politically motivated. The alleged shooter apparently wrote a manifesto about how he wants to get rid of immigrants, and also appears to have operated a Twitter account where he expressed support for David Duke. The Twitter account also had a link to furry fandom materials. Twenty died in that shooting.
The second one was in Dayton, Ohio. At time of writing, we do not know much about the shooter, other than that he was White and his own sister was among the nine dead. It seems unlikely that this incident was politically motivated, given that you don’t usually kill your own family in politically-motivated terrorist attacks.
This is quite a thing, having two of these events in one day. If the second one had turned out to be political, I would probably be going full conspiracy theorist and saying this entire thing was set up by the CIA to attack Donald Trump and White people generally.
But given that one apparently isn’t political, I guess it is possible it was just a coincidence.
These shootings happen so often now, that it isn’t really all that huge of a coincidence to have two in one day. It’s just something that they were both so high casualty. Twenty and nine are high scores.
Instead of blaming politics for the fact that one of the shootings was political, or blaming White people because the shooters were White (statistically rare), we should probably instead be talking about just what the hell is going on in this country that leads to mass shootings in the first place.
But of course, that is not a question our society is interested in asking. Our society is exclusively interested in attacking and condemning White men as evil. Which is of course a big part of why the shootings happen in the first place.
This all feeds into the larger crackdown on us.
It’s hard to even know what to say about this, beyond what I just said.
The only thing I can say is: don’t worry about it.
The right-wing is already pretty much as censored as it possibly can be, so any outrage can’t result in more censorship.
And Democrat politicians have already said that they will prosecute White people who believe they have rights as terrorists if they are in power, so that hasn’t changed either.
It also won’t affect the election. The Jewish media is blaming Donald Trump for the shootings and that will just make the base angrier.
Beto said it.
Booker said “Donald Trump is responsible for this” as if he did it himself.
No higher level politicians that I’ve seen have come out and said it, but the entire media is saying it and it is going to make everyone angry. This idea that if you say something and then someone does something it’s your fault is not something that very many people are comfortable with yet.
So ultimately, these events don’t really mean anything.
It feeds into the noise. And it feeds into the escalation. But things were noisy and they were escalating anyway.
If it means anything, it is a reminder of how important it is that Donald Trump wins the election. Because if he does not, and any Democrat other than Tulsi Gabbard does, we are going to end up in a total mass-arrest and prison camp type situation, which I don’t think any of us are ready for.
Be very careful of these people who are allegedly right-wing saying that we shouldn’t support Trump in 2020. They are either very stupid or they are actual kike shills. You can talk all you want about “accelerationism,” but when you’re getting dragged out of your house at 5 AM, thrown in a van and hauled off to a prison camp for something you posted on the internet, your abstract geopolitical theories are not going to mean very much to you.