Peter Brimelow at CPAC

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I see that our friend Peter Brimelow is being denounced by Al Sharpton on MSNBC for speaking at the CPAC conference. The and NewsOne are screaming bloody murder. See also NPR, SPLC, Salon, Slate, and The American Prospect.

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  1. I was supposed to go to CPAC this year, but last-minute circumstances are keeping me away.

    I would have loved to meet Brimelow.

    Knowing that there are Brimelows and Kelsos milling around makes suffering through the neo-con cloud worth-while. I was also looking forward to seeing the ISI and Youth for Western Civ. booths.

    Oh well. Thanks for posting this clip.

  2. A real “conservative” convention would take place in a field somewhere, with hay-rides, blue-jeans and a constant stream of banjo music off in the distance.

    I’m not fond of the suit-n-tie wearing, effeminate college kids that haunt the CPAC.

  3. I looked at the line-up at CPAC this year and it was unimpressive to say the least. Brimelow is a breath of fresh air there. Apart from him it’s nearly all Establishment Republican Neo-cons. Boring. We already know what those idiots have to say – they want to invade lots of foreign countries and give the taxpayers’ money to Lockheed-Martin.

  4. Hunter Wallace says:
    February 9, 2012 at 11:55 pm
    “Anonymous claimed that Jamie Kelso was secretly in league with Ron Paul.”

    Hello, this is XXXXXX from Anonymous,
    That is all that is required to make me a representative of Anonymous.

    Anyone can be Anonymous.

  5. Representatives of the hundreds of advocacy groups for Jewish interests chimpout over the existence of an advocacy group for white interests.

  6. Reading this thread, all I can think of is the movie, ‘Up’ where the dog is talking, and suddenly says, ‘Squirrel!’

    Well, here’s my ‘squirrel’ moment. Reading one blog, and going to another (a monarchist/royalist site) I was enjoying reading some of the entries until I got to this one:

    Oh, and Shotgun? “A real “conservative” convention would take place in a field somewhere, with hay-rides, blue-jeans and a constant stream of banjo music off in the distance.”

    Au contraire. If it were a REAL conservative event, there would be string quartets in powdered wigs in the halls, and Renaissance Recorder quartets playing at dinner.

    I tried to comment and say, “You really need to have this link on this blog post”
    But it didn’t work. Anyone ELSE want to try and enlighten a mind mired in fog?

  7. It has come to the point that a conservative need not answer with a 10,000 word essay but just the sharp rejoinder, “that is anti-White” and then move on in life. I’ve tried to tell Mr. Brimelow that but he has not outgrown his college education and therefor every lefty with any hint of authority he and his ilk treat it like Mommy Prof. is giving them an assignment.

  8. Shotgun – not that you would care – but Brimelow is HAWT, in person. Very soft-spoken, very sweet – totally HAWT.

  9. Hey! At least the Root got the terminology right. “White NATIONALIST”. I hope we all appreciated the irony of the ad, next to the article, re: “Celebrate BLACK history”.

    I did.

  10. Being anti-government is now insanity:

    Fri Feb 10 2012 08:46
    A disturbing piece was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. In it is a study that claims people who are anti-government or believe in conspiracies around the government are suffering from a condition called Anti-Government Phobia (AGP). Meaning that anyone who has a distaste for the government, the way it operates, its polices and believes there is a particular force behind it, must be mentally ill. The implications here are frightening, if you feel the government is doing something that will harm you and that it is a part of a bigger plan, you are sick. Thus the government can respond as though you are a a threat.

    This is what the study actually claims:

    “This study conclusively demonstrates that unfounded fear of government is a recognizable mental illness, closely related to paranoid schizophrenia. Anti-Government Phobia (AGP) differs from most mental illnesses, however, in that it is highly infectious and has an acute onset. Symptoms include extreme suspiciousness, conspiracy-mongering, delusional thought patterns, staunch “us against them” mentality, withdrawal from reality, and often religious fanaticism.”

    The problem here is how do you define “unfounded fear”? What constitutes something as being “unfounded”? Is the belief that the government is doing things we don’t know about “unfounded”? Or seeing that it puts forward policies that reduce health care and education “unfounded”? Or is thinking the government lies in order to justify war “unfounded”? What is unfounded , is whatever the government says is. Its one of those vague definitions that can be used to cover anything, like the definition of terrorist right now. The blanketing statement is the ‘”us against them” mentality’, as it is the cornerstone of every conflict. This can be interpreted in almost an infinite number of ways. This will cover any criticism you have of the government.

  11. I’m not opposed to a pretty generous safety government/state net. If the money isn’t going to blacks.

    I don’t want to give money to a blood enemy. Extended family tribe ethne is fine. But not blacks.

  12. It seems the article is fake- but so close to what is coming down. I posted B4 checking- live and learn. The Soviets had a diagnosis called Sluggishly Progressing Schizophrenia- those refusing to suck commie caulk got a vacation to a “mental hospital” where they got all the drugs they didn’t want- until they finally loved Big Mother.

    Having more than a 7 day supply of food can make one a terrorism suspect:

    Preppers Are Now Considered To Be Potential Terrorists?

    If you and your family store up lots of food, will you be identified as “potential terrorists” by law enforcement authorities? That sounds like an insane question, but sadly it has gotten to the point where “preparing for the worst” has become a “suspicious activity”. Today, there are millions of preppers all across the United States, and the vast majority of them just want to be left alone and do not want the government to interfere in their lives. Storing up food is a completely peaceful activity, and preppers are generally some of the most patriotic and law-abiding people that you could ever hope to meet. Unfortunately, prepping has become associated with “extremism” by many in the government, and lately we have seen some very disturbing signs that authorities are actively seeking to gather information on preppers. So are preppers now considered to be potential terrorists? Well, read the evidence posted in the rest of this article and decide for yourself.

    The other day, U.S. Senator Rand Paul gave a speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate during which he suggested that having “more than seven days of food” in your house could potentially get you branded as a “potential terrorist” by the federal government. The following is an excerpt from that speech….

    Know good and well that some day there could be a government in power that is shipping its citizens off for disagreements. There are laws on the books now that characterize who might be a terrorist.

    Someone missing fingers on their hands is a suspect according to the Department of Justice. Someone who has guns, someone who has ammunition that is weatherproofed, someone who has more than seven days of food in their house can be considered a potential terrorist.

    If you are suspected by these activities do you want the government to have the ability to send you to Guantanamo Bay for indefinite detention?

  13. Oh and the cro-magnon knuckle dragger miss pronounced neanderthal while he was spreading his vile and untrue humanocentric speciesism, that has no place on earth except perhaps on msnbc.

  14. I notice Fox News has noticed that BRA spends 1.4 Billion Dollars of hard working white peoples money a year on free cell phones for welfare queens. Definitely a program that needs to be given the ax. Absolutely True, I took some computer classes at a local community college in downstate Illinois and the teacher was a young, black punk who often extolled to the class (1/3 black) about all the wonderful programs the government had to “uplift” people including tales about how his mom who lived up in “the hood” in Chicago got a free cellphone paid by the government. Most people over 35 who didn’t grow up with cellphones find the audacity of the young punks in “generation bastard” constantly yacking away and texting on their cellphones to be highly obnoxious. These young punks of all races seem to think it is perfectly acceptable to do this at work while on the clock, something completely forbidden at most workplaces just 7 or 8 years ago. Now it seems the older generation has given up and lets these punks have their way. The idea amongst the old bluehair Fox News watching crowd that big fat welfare queens are getting these fancy gadgets FOR FREE must really tick them off. Free cellphones for welfare queens is definitely something Lee Atwater would know is a good meme to splash in the face of white taxpayers before the go to the polls.

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