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A huge oversight on my part:

In previous threads, I have stated that no White Nationalist candidates were running in the 2010 midterm elections. This was inaccurate.

I forgot about Glenn Miller and Jim Giles. Earlier this year, Miller made national headlines with the controversy he generated over his radio advertisements. Giles repeatedly claimed that he was running for the Mississippi state house on an AJAN platform.

How did that work out? Does anyone here know? I’ve lost track of those two since moving back to Alabama.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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  1. I want to draw attention to two of Greg Johnson’s comments in the previous thread:

    But we are never going to get there if we listen to Hunter Wallace, because his whole plan is premised on the idea that we can get our message across by shutting up, that we can maximize our influence by diluting money and manpower in the mainstream.

    But there are too few of us, and we have very little by way of resources, so what he is advocating basically is the dissipation of WN into the mainstream, i.e., the destruction of our cause. Because if WNs do not advocate White Nationalism who will?

    Please note:

    1.) Glenn Miller didn’t shut up. He did not adapt his message to the experience of his audience. Instead, he went on the radio and stated his point of view, starting by insulting his target audience.

    2.) Glenn Miller ran as a White Nationalist write in candidate in Missouri. According to Greg Johnson’s logic, we should have supported his candidacy. We should have voted for Glenn Miller and donated to his campaign. That would have maximized our influence.

    Now consider the following …

    1.) Roy Blunt won the Missouri Senate race. He will replace Kit Bond.

    2.) Here is what NumbersUSA has to say about Roy Blunt:

    http://www.numbersusa.com/content/nusablog/beckr/november-7-2010/9-big-gains-make-next-senate-far-more-pro-enforcement-anti-amnesty.ht

    Missouri — Wedged between Kansas and Arkansas, this is the third state that is sending a TRUE REFORMER to the Senate. REP. ROY BLUNT has pledged to work for all 12 of our top immigration priorities.

    ELECTED: Roy Blunt

    The man in the seat right now isn’t all that bad. But Sen. Kit Bond has never had his heart in fighting illegal immigration or in reducing legal immigration. During his long career, he has earned only a “C+” and has never shown any leadership on protecting U.S. workers and communities from indiscriminate immigration. Blunt promises to be a very different kind of Senator, having served in the leadership in the U.S. House as the Majority Whip when the House passed a tremendous enforcement bill in 2005 (the Senate never took it up). When the Chamber of Commerce howled about potentially losing a lot of its foreign workforce, Blunt told reporters that while he was an ally of the Chamber he had to go with the people’s wishes on the matter of immigration.

    3.) Were the interests of White Nationalists maximized in Missouri by supporting Glenn Miller – the rhetorical radical – or Roy Blunt – the system politician – for Senate?

  2. See Hunter this is why I’m leaving the in-depth political analysis to the likes of you. My natural reaction is to be a wiseass while you give a highly intelligent analysis on what to practically.

    You’re simply the man at what you do.

  3. Glenn Beck is “Naming George Soros.” Anyone else watching this?

    He’s basically trying to prove that the progressive movement is controlled by Jews. It is pretty good stuff.

  4. Were the interests of White Nationalists maximized in Missouri by supporting Glenn Miller – the rhetorical radical – or Roy Blunt – the system politician – for Senate?

    The question answers itself, but maybe it is the wrong question to ask.

    European “far-right” parties have shown that they can break through while still openly advocating racialist policies. What do they do better?

  5. Not exactly.

    There are disclaimers in the show. He is basically drawing the attention of his audience to a Jewish conspiracy theory: George Soros is building a “shadow party” to collapse the dollar and overthrow America in a coup.

    Turn on FOX News. The replay is on now.

  6. His show is build upon the book Shadow Party by David Horowitz, the right-wing neocon Jew from Front Page Magazine. I would not overestimate it. The Soros link is one of Limbaugh’s favourite topic for years.

  7. Glenn Beck is “Naming George Soros.” Anyone else watching this?

    He’s basically trying to prove that the progressive movement is controlled by Jews. It is pretty good stuff.

    So is the mainstream conservative movement.

  8. William Rome said ( of Hunter) : You’re simply the man at what you do.

    I couldn’t agree more 🙂

    Excellent work lately Hunter, much appreciated.

  9. Historically, white elites aren’t generally benign. This is partly because after a few generations any elite tends to become distinct biologically from “their” people through assortative marriage. However the white elites were not hostile either – largely because they needed “their” people to fight for them against the armies of other elites. So generally the old white elites weren’t benign or hostile they were in the middle somewhere.

    This is the essence of the split between the progressive and neocon wings. Progressives want to get rid of white people as fast as possible whereas the neocons want to use white people to kill arabs. The progressive wing is a genocidally hostile elite. The neocon wing is partway between being genocidally hostile and neutral – at least until we’d killed enough arabs for them.

    If there was any truth in the idea of a split then Soros and Murdoch could be said to represent the two wings.

  10. A contributor to TOQ was nominated to run for Congress as a Republican in New York. He didn’t run as a white nationalist, but he probably is one, and the media picked up on his association with TOQ during the race. He did about as well as a Republican could be expected to do in that district.

    There are more details and links about this race in the latest post at my blog.

  11. I never watch Beck, yet by coincidence I saw the show.
    I could not quite believe it. There are two more days, starting at 5PM EST. More contrivance/fake opposition?

  12. Hunter Wallace said:
    “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

    “Insanity” pretty much describes my thirty year formal support for the Republican Party. Having lived through the ‘Triumph of the Silent Majority’, the ‘Reagan Revolution’ and the ‘Republican Revolution of 1994’ I find it a little difficult to get excited about this ‘Tea Party Revolution.’ We’ll see, but I suspect that when we revisit this issue a year from now, the old pattern will have reasserted itself.

    These is some promise on the state level, I agree, but it is primarily evidence that the national government is starting to lose its grip as the system fails. Even so, the courts and the establishment haven’t yet had a chance to work on these initiatives and defuse them. Does anyone doubt, for example, that Arizona will comply if the Federal courts toss the Arizona law?

  13. Ted Rall is doing our work for us on MSNBC, being the usual white liberal trying to get the non-whites worked up into a murderous frenzy. I thought Jon Stewart got those crazies back into the box but I was wrong MSNBC is wackier and more violent than ever and CNN is probably not far behind.

    Now we are almost at that point where a mainstream pol can stand in front of an audience and deliver a Field of Black Birds speech where he promises to never let an anti-white hurt us again (delivery of said promise not guaranteed).

  14. “European “far-right” parties have shown that they can break through while still openly advocating racialist policies. What do they do better?”

    It’s mainly a matter of the respective voting systems: plurality in the case of the US vs proportional representation in most of Europe.

  15. coldequation,

    I’m fully aware of the James Russell race in New York. I shouldn’t go into the details of that though.

    Note: Russell ran with an “R” besides his name and got 37% of the vote. This is another reason why it makes sense to run as a Republican. A certain percentage of White people will vote for you no matter what.

  16. HW: Glenn Miller ran as a White Nationalist write in candidate in Missouri. According to Greg Johnson’s logic, we should have supported his candidacy. We should have voted for Glenn Miller and donated to his campaign. That would have maximized our influence.

    My reading of Greg Johnson’s position is that system candidates like Blunt will always win or lose without WN donations. In this case, Blunt won, but without WN donations. Therefore, no WN should ever donate money to system candidates because there are too few of us to ever affect the outcome of a system contest (usually). Likewise with groups like NumbersUSA, they do useful work but are already effective with adequate funding from non-WN sources. Accordingly, WN should keep their financial donations within the WN community where they will be used to promote explicit pro-White activity.

    Don’t know if I have that exactly right; if Greg Johnson is answering comments tonight, maybe he can clarify and add his thoughts on whether he perceives value in supporting candidates like Miller.

  17. LEW,

    Greg Johnson doesn’t know what he is talking about. Missouri is famously a swing state. Jim Talent lost to McCaskill there a few years ago by a razor thin margin. There were all sorts of races this year (Virginia, Minnesota, Illinois, Connecticut, California, Nevada, Colorado) alone where Republican candidates lost close races.

    Note: The Tea Party Express defeated Murkowski in Alaska and Castle in Delaware with their last minute financial contributions.

    It’s also false to say that White Nationalist campaign contributions can’t have a political impact. In the state legislatures and congressional races, they can have a large impact, especially in the former. The further down the political totem poll you go; the larger the impact of White Nationalist influence.

    Yggdrasil, to his credit, understands this.

  18. “It’s mainly a matter of the respective voting systems: plurality in the case of the US vs proportional representation in most of Europe.”

    This is a key factor imo.

    There’s persuading people you’re right and there’s persuading people you can win and these are too separate things.

    You can persuade someone you’re right but if they (accurately)calculate you only have 15-20% support in their area then they know you’re not going to win. In that case they’re more inclined to vote *against* whichever of the two main contenders they see as the biggest immediate threat to their income. However with PR “winning” a seat can mean 5%.

  19. Glenn Beck is “Naming George Soros.”

    ———————————————————

    Limbaugh has been doing that for many years. What you need to understand is that the vast majority of white people are very unsophisticated intellectually and poorly attuned to the dynamics of intergroup conflicts. They need things spelled out explicitly. Talking about Soros without relating him to the larger pattern of Jewish behavior will only wake up a very small percentage of our people who are equipped to understand these things. We can’t build a mass movement that way. You’re assuming that everyone else will react to this stuff the way you would — do a whole bunch of independent research with an open mind and grasp connections between things that aren’t directly related. Most white people will do no such thing. They will take Beck’s word for it that this is just about “liberals” and that ethnic conflict plays no part.

  20. I ran for US Senate this year solely for the purpose of taking advantage of radio campaign ads. I purchased 247 ads on 8 Missouri radio stations. Each ad contained a WN website address, ie., davidduke.com, govnn.com and/or whty.org, as well as my home phone number.
    Massive media coverage resulted, including guest appearance invites on 13 system radio talk shows including The Howard Stern and Alan Colmes shows. During which I encouraged listeners to visit davidduke.com, govnn.com, and/or whty.org. Hundreds of thousands did. (Google: Glenn Miller US Senate)
    Then in June (2010), the FCC ruled that system radio stations were not required by law to broadcast my campaign ads. This put a stop to my ads, and so I dropped out of the race.

  21. It is my belief that since there are no capable WNs with the guts to found and lead an active, in-the-streets, political organization, our next best activism is to bring white folks to the best WN websites that’ll make them jew-wise.
    EXPOSE THE JEW !!!
    Why ?? Because compared to our jewish problem all others are mere distractions.

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