Sunday, October 8, 2017

Holmes leads the way.

Let us apply the wisdom of Sherlock Holmes yet again: When you eliminate the impossible – that U.S. (and Western) elites care about the well being of their fellow citizens – then what you are left with is the truth, no matter how improbable. Ergo, Western elites have an abiding hatred of their own kind. Everything they do is an attack on normalcy, decency, peace, security, economic sanity, and the nation itself.
Our immigration bureaucracy is so dedicated to destroying America that it’s made citizens of thousands of convicted felons .

If you don’t understand how that could happen, you have no idea how much our cultural elites hate this country. Their governing philosophy is: Anyone we bring in is at least better than an American![1]

Ever wonder why tens of thousands of U.S. factories are now operating in China? Hatred. Ever wonder why we waste trillions in fighting undeclared wars abroad for secret or ambiguous purposes? Contempt. Ever wonder why AntiFa thugs are allowed to attack Americans exercising their right to freedom of speech? Hatred. Ever wonder why trillions are wasted on supporting a vast parasitic, criminal underclass? Hatred.

Living the dream.

Notes
[1] "We Made Donald %#&@ Trump PRESIDENT — What Else Can We Do?" By Ann Coulter, Human Events, 9/7/17.

2 comments:

Wandering man said...

The simple way to solve this problem is to starve the beast. Namely buy cutting off the money stream. Don't invest in stocks, bonds, ect. Don't take out lines of credit, and if you absolutely must, keep under 10k. Buy local, and if not local, buy (your country here), and if neither way is possible, try doing without.
Basically I'm peddling minimalism. Don't buy shit you don't need with money you don't have and work less as a consequence. Life isn't about winning, it's about keeping your nose clean and not fucking up.
-with regards. Bill

Col. B. Bunny said...

I like minimalism and hope people are learning that withdrawing support, as with the NFL and Kellogg, or providing it, as with Chik-fil-a, can send a message. The economic weapon is likely to remain underused I fear but minimalism is always an option. I've kept the same car for 28 years - and 454,000 miles - and have no plans to get another. I give myself my own haircuts and try to repair everything. Dealing with auto parts and hardware store clerks is one of the pleasures of life, way I sees it.

People are withdrawing from print media and cable TV, which is good but it's primarily because of more, better, and cheaper alternatives.

I've written often of the Chinese concept of the Mandate of Heaven which, when seen to have been withdrawn, leads to the fall of the dynasty. That is a good example of massive, uncoordinated withdrawal if public support. It's not happening fast enough now for my taste but it's happening. People slowly are repulsed by the Macrons, Merkels, Mays, Clintons, Ryans, Pelsus, McCains, Timmermanses, and Soroses.