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  1. Our Dick and “The Irish Mumblers”. I have no idea what the “Mumblers” are saying even if it sounds interesting.

    Sonny Thomas is having a breakdown. He wants to reunite Ireland, even if it means that those living in Ulster will take a 20% cut in their standard of living. Sonny says, let them move to Britain proper if they want that extra 20%.

    The Scots-Irish and the Anglo Irish have only been living in Ulster for 500 years. LOL. Just think the Scots-Irish and the Anglo Irish can have the pleasure being ruled by the likes of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, the Bob Casey, Dick Durbin, ad infinitum, if Ireland is “reunited”.

  2. I always thought “racist liberal” was a good way of describing Spencer.

    • Indeed it is

      Spencer seems almost proud of being a Leftist in every way but racially (as if he thinks he is being “original” and “edgy” because of it – LMAO)

      He has become a COLOSSAL joke since C-ville, just like all his cohorts and fanboys.

      • @Southron…

        I have not followed Mr. Spencer much, since Charlottesville.

        Could you share with me why you think why he, and his followers, have become a colossal joke?

        • Brother Ivan,

          Primarily I think this way about Spencer because, as you said in your other comment to Rickey, that Little Richie is a dandy, who thinks waaay to highly of himself — which, for someone who has produced little-to-nothing tangible in the way of real-world results and accomplishments — that his haughtiness is tremendously unwarranted.

          Sure, I’ll respect the fact that you can say he tried to do something, but his entitled sense of narcissism completely fubar-ed everything he ever touched.

          He seems also to be quite the lazy type — totally letting the websites he started, and especially, the some of the great writers he had on board — shutter and go silent because he couldn’t properly pay proper attention to his websites.

          *And again, wtf was he doing taking pictures with Laura Bush???

          • @Southron,

            No, Brother, I did not ask the question with a view to making a point. Only that I had seen this criticism of him by you several times and became curious what was driving it.

            I think I get it – you have not necessarily political qualms with him, but, a kind of personal allergy, this owing to the fact that you feel he is one of those well-educated officer types who, after passing out orders to his subordinates for a bold mid-Winter attack, then scurries back to his tent to warm his feet and listen to the action over the radio, something, perhaps, like General Colt in this scene from ‘Kelly’s Heroes…

    • @RICKY…

      “I always thought “racist liberal” was a good way of describing Spencer.”

      Mr. Spencer is a New England Yankee dandy, Ricky.

      That tells you everything you need to know about his general impulses – large New England Yankee United States’ Government ruling over the states.

      There is nothing unusual about this, whatsoever. To be clear, you can find a minority of New Englanders who are not like this, either now or a century back, but, as a whole, they are Spencer’s way.

      It’s natural for them, just like it is natural for us, Southrons, to be so suspicious of government we prefer to leave things decentralized and less organized, and deal with those problems, rather than deal with the problems that come with the big government we have had foisted on us in the 20th century.

      Where Mr. Spencer is unusual, is that he is like New Englanders were 50-100-150 years ago – having a distinct sense of himself as one of White European Stock.

      In this sense he is like a character out of time, but, all in all, he is New England to the core.

      • It’s a myth that the southerners are averse to big governments. In fact, southerners are responsible for the much of the centralizion and the enormous power of the Federal government.

        • @Colescott…

          If it is a myth, Colescott, that Southerners, as a whole, are averse to big governments, then I sure have known a lot of Southern-Mythholders!

          In fact, I am descended from a lot of these Southern-Mythholders from Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia, those who put their lives on the line in the 1770s and 1860s to prune back first His Majesty’s Government and then later that of the United States.

          • It was in New England the war against the British crown had started; the south joined the war later. Southerners started the war in 1861 because of the southern elites’ economic interest in expanding negro slavery, and not because they hated Big government. Southern politicians had previously abused Federal power (e.g. Fugitive Slave law) to protect their precious negro slavery.

            The Confederate government was far more centralized Big Government than the US government has ever been. The Confederacy functioned more like a third world banana republic than any Western White country. This was one of the reasons why they lost the war badly.

            On the whole, the southerners have always preferred Big government, and that’s the reason why much of the centralization occurred under southern presidents or presidents elected from the south.

          • Centralization and a strong Federal government are not necessarily bad things, Colescott – it depends on those who run the government.

          • @Jubal…

            “Centralization and a strong Federal government are not necessarily bad things, Colescott – it depends on those who run the government.”

            Hypothetically, yes, but, in the real world no, Jubal.

            The Founding Fathers knew this; that, ultimately, all governments inevitably fall into crooked and parasitic hands, which is why they chose to design a form of government which would be purposefully broken up.

            If there is one basic premise of The American Design, it is this – that power be divided into so many hands, it could never be wielded effectively by anybody, either to the good or to the bad.

          • @Colescott…

            “On the whole, the southerners have always preferred Big government, and that’s the reason why much of the centralization occurred under southern presidents or presidents elected from the south.”

            If, Colescott, you mean by, ‘big government’, you mean local government, then you might be able to make a case for Southerners liking it, but, I have known Southerners from all over The South, born as early as the late 1870s, and they, as an overwhelming whole, despised The Federal Government, and, as often as not, felt the same way about their state governments, as well.

            That was clear to me already by age 5, and that, Young Sir, was a very long time ago.

          • The Southern people despise the Federal Government, Old Sir, only when their section do not control it. When they have controlled it, whether ante bellum or post bellum, they never have hesitated to impose it upon state governments. The worst abusers of the federal power in American history are all southerners, from James Madison to Bill Clinton.

        • @Colescott…

          “The Confederate government was far more centralized Big Government than the US government has ever been.”

          Well, Sir, His Excellency, President Jefferson Davis, disagrees with you, because, as he boarded a train south for Danville, on that fateful night in April of ’65 – as Richmond burned – he was overheard to say several things, one of which was the following, ‘The Confederacy, died of an idea.’

          What was that idea?

          The idea of decentralization, something about which Davis had bitterly complained about, over and over, during the war : —– that he had not but a fraction of what Lincoln, his adversary, had, in terms of power.

          Davis’s wars with the governors of Georgia and North Carolina are the stuff of legends, this because he could not effectively command their resources to the ends of The Confederate Government.

        • @Colescott…

          “It was in New England the war against the British crown had started; the south joined the war later. ”

          North Carolina remembers it differently, Colescott, for our forefathers, here, declared independence from The Anglo-Rothschild Cabal in 1775.

          This was called, and is remembered as, ‘The Halifax Resolves’ – something which is celebrated by the ghostly historic town of Halifax, not so far from my wife and her flower garden.

          • But it was in Massachusetts the Revolutionary blood was first shed; the first battles between the Redcoats and the Americans were in Lexington and Concord.

            North Carolina remembers it differently, Colescott, for our forefathers, here, declared independence from The Anglo-Rothschild Cabal in 1775.

            I am of old North Carolina stock myself, on the maternal side, and I can tell you that not all of our forefathers favoured independence. North Carolina furnished a large number of troops for the Loyalist cause and brutal guerilla war raged for years in the backcountry amidst the Scotch and Scotch-Irish populations.

  3. Mith-ter thpenther now has what he’s always wanted at last. A private lil’ club of pay-piggies to stroke his considerable ego…and gibs shekels to boot. Why you think he’s relevant (HW) is beyond me…and it’s not much of a grift at that.

  4. Whether or not you like Spencer—I’m not crazy about him—it’s very obvious that the Powers That Be decided he was the “leader” of something they found threatening, and they sent out the demolition squads to destroy him.

    What’s depressing is that so many of you tools eagerly joined in the feeding frenzy, not realizing you’ve been played. Good job, idiots.

    He’s not a fed. He’s a threat to the federal government, as is any kind of white identity. You little envious twats who’ve been biting endlessly at his ankles for years now are the ones who’ve been manipulated by the feds. That’s why you think it’s so “edgy” and “radical” to support the GOP.

    Sickening.

    • @Statman

      All too true man, all too true. Lots of jealousy probably also played into it. Plus, any success would lead to the public spotlight, and- terror of terror- work/effort. Who wants to do that? Just pick apart Spencer, or whichever other Spencer, and get back to (and remain at) phase 1 forever. Also, Spencer is not fat, tattooed, etc., and that probably bothered a lot of people.

        • @Denise…

          Yes, M’am, and it’s particularly ‘telling’ for me, because i have seen my Brother Southron pose this question numerous times, not get an answer, and I STILL have no idea what it is about!

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