Sunday, March 17, 2019

How Not to Advance White Supremacy: A Tutorial That Will Be Ignored Because It Means You Can't Yell About Angry White Guys, Part One

I'll own it.  I'm an angry white guy.

I'm angry about the mass shootings that just took place in Christchurch, New Zealand.  I'm angry about people attacking or even murdering others based upon the color of their skin, the flavor of their religion, their sexual preferences or their gender.

And I'm also angry because people still aren't learning the obvious lessons of what John Schindler refers to as "Special War", and what it could and should be teaching us.  I think it's very important to note that the tools of Special War are also being used by transnational organized crime.

In order to successfully wage war against an adversary, one must first understand that adversary.  This requires that we think like that adversary, that we get inside their heads.   Instead, what we do here in America (well, everywhere, actually) is find folks who preach the message we like, which usually entails confirming a lot of things we already believe, and we regurgitate their message or amplify the source.

For example, I imagine most people fail to see the danger in this article from the Daily Beast.

I have to admit, I've lost my patience with this.  I don't really know how many more ways the message can be communicated.

"White Nationalism" and "White Supremacy" are dog whistles.  It's not that they don't exist.  It's not that at all.  It's that people seem to be intentionally misunderstanding WHAT they are...OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN.

In simple English, they're tools.  And,'s a photograph of the head of the KKK, David Duke, with Russian screwball conspiracy theorist Aleksandr Dugin, the father of "National Bolshevism" in Russia:

And here's where people get it wrong.  "White Nationalism" isn't entirely what you think it is, unless someone wants to step up to the plate and explain why David Duke promotes Jewish Russia "experts"?

Confused? You shouldn't be.  Get "White Nationalism" out of your head.  Start thinking about subversion, provocation, transnational organized crime.

And before I dive into some uncomfortable history here, please allow me to point out that we're one small step away from "angry white guys are terrorists".  Still not seeing where I'm going here? let's look at a few things.

From Dickey's article...
What have you missed, Mr. Dickey, that suggests to you that Tarrant is ANY DIFFERENT THAN Al Qaeda?

This isn't analysis. And it helps promote the kind of propaganda that the Kremlin, for example, is already now peddling, post-massacre:

On the other hand, meaningful analysis might beg the question...

Below is a photograph of Brenton Harrison Tarrant, posing in North Korea with what appears to be soldiers with the North Korean People's Army:

Here's another version of the same photograph, which reveals a bit more:

Now, let me ask you a simple question. Which data point is more important? Tarrant's sick show of "White Nationalism" in Christchurch or the fact that the guy posed with the North Korean Peoples Army, no different than a member of Hezbollah might easily get away with doing?

A little harder to answer, isn't it?

So we're going to talk hard facts, hard history and uncomfortable truths that ideologues don't want to hear.

Coming up in Part Two:

Reflexive Control Theory, Anders Behring Breivik, Terry Nichols, the Nation of Islam and Duterte.

It's gonna get real, folks.


  1. Yes, yes, and yes! Bring it, Chris!

    1. Hopefully, I'll have Part Two out later tonight.


  2. I'll keep loading them to Twitter.
    Arguing g ides v. events helps Patriots see through fog over propoGanda. Good morning Chris.