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Monday, August 08, 2011

Tea Party Upgraded

At first they ignored the Tea Party. Then they mocked it. Now they characterize it as an existential threat.

Democrats seek to pin credit downgrade on tea party, Washington Times, 7 August 2011.

It is a measure of the arrogance and desperation of this bankrupt system's defenders that they think they can pin the blame for unsustainable debt on the one political group that's actually opposed to it.

(Cartoon via US News and World Report.)

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Anonymous Captainchaos said...

The Tea Partiers are a hapless, clueless, although well-meaning, unintentionally false opposition. At a Tea Party meeting I attended they were passing out CDs arguing from a Christian (I won't say 'christarded') perspective that the Earth was around ten thousand years old. That really does say it all.

8/08/2011 07:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Reloader said...

We have to work with what we have. Despite their faults, they are pushing the right buttons. They aren't perfect but anyone the filthy demoncrats call a terrorist is doing something right in my book.

The tea party has given me more opportunities than not to get our message through.

8/08/2011 08:32:00 PM  
Blogger dudhduddhd said...

Well Captain, I think the Earth is about 13,000 years old (although it might appear older due to strange happenings at the act of creation) and I think I justifiedly believe this to be so. I also think I have about the same IQ you do.

I'm not sure what any of this has to do with the price of tea in China though...

You should perceive an attack on the Tea Party as a direct assault on your Germanic Midwest because that is what it is.

8/08/2011 09:14:00 PM  
Blogger Tanstaafl said...

I see the Tea Party as an expression of my people's political interests, however stunted or misled. So do our enemies. The Tea Party serves as a lightning rod for anti-White animus in political discourse. Mainstream pundits aren't at all afraid to condemn the Tea Partiers as lazy, greedy, stupid, crazy - any and all manner of broadly-aimed impugnations of motives and character. And they do it right alongside what they seem to think is the most damning condemnation of all - that the Tea Party is too White.

When it comes to characterizing the Tea Party, there's no sign from these pundits of their usual tendency to downplay race, or the sympathetic, sentimental, "just looking for a better life for themselves and their families" they trot out to excuse any and all behavior of "people of color". These pundits either hate Whites, or are simply joining the politically correct chorus of those who do.

This stark contrast isn't lost on all the Tea Partiers. The longer and louder it goes on the more of them will wake up to the fact that while they may not like viewing the world through a bio-collectivist lens, their enemies certainly do.

8/09/2011 11:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At a Tea Party meeting I attended they were passing out CDs arguing from a Christian (I won't say 'christarded') perspective that the Earth was around ten thousand years old. That really does say it all.

To the Christian conservatives, that's being "politically incorrect" and rebelling against the system. These guys only want safe targets.

8/09/2011 09:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Captainchaos said...

Gentlemen, my criticism of the Tea Partiers in this thread was intended in no shape or form as the verbal equivalent of an existential assault on anyone or anything other than the insufficiently muscular political form and corpus of ideas which the Tea Partiers are presently committed to. If our organized resistance to our racial eclipse never advances beyond what Tea Partiers now advocate and believe then our race on this continent will surely meet with its demise. Very simple; quite indisputable.

Was there in my comment an element of snark at the Christian beliefs of the Tea Partiers I personally observed that was perhaps less than diplomatic and lacking in the empathy which our host wishes his commenters to express? Perhaps so. But then again I am not a Christian; nor do I think singing the praises of Christianity (or refraining from criticizing it) to be absolutely synonymous and vitally indispensable to the preservation of the White race. There are some things intrinsic to Christianity, or at least some things in these latter days which have become attached to Christianity, that are themselves corrosive to a racialist mindset - at least in my own estimation.

As Tan himself says, "they [Tea Partiers] may not like viewing the world through a bio-collectivist lens". This of course begs the question: why don't they like a biologistic view of the world? A full answer cannot alone consist of the fact that their and our racial enemies find it convenient for them to believe as such - although the latter is certainly the case.

8/11/2011 09:31:00 PM  
Blogger EYE OF HORUS said...

Christianity has been Judasized to the point it is no longer even a Viable Religion. These Judases in the media have gutted Christianity of Any and All useful White Values.

The TEA Party needs to become a Political Party or it will continue to operate aimlessly on the margins. Whether the Demoncraps or the GOP become the new Whigs voted out of existence is immaterial. The TEA Party must become a Real Party in order to be relevant...

8/12/2011 07:04:00 PM  

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