Jack Ryan thinks there is too much doom and gloom here, but I would say that the news has been mixed over the past two months even though my mood has soured:
- Joe Biden ended the 20 year occupation of Afghanistan
- Joe Biden has sunk in the polls and is now less popular than Trump
- The Democrats are likely to lose power in the 2022 midterms
- Amnesty was blocked by the Senate parliamentarian and likely any chance of it ever passing through budget reconciliation too
- White people are finally waking up
- Conservative influencers like Tucker Carlson are mainstreaming the Great Replacement theory and the term “anti-White” and telling the ADL to f*** off
How would you take that? I would say that is good news. It could be a lot worse. You could look at the news that way and say that things are going well, but that isn’t the whole picture.
- Republicans are likely to retake power in the 2022 midterms
- Unfortunately, Republicans are showing no signs of coming up with a coherent agenda and policies that could sustain a new majority which they will likely squander again
So, we can and should celebrate the downfall of Joe Biden and the Democrat Congress and White people waking up on race, but we shouldn’t kid ourselves into believing that will translate into anything where it matters which is concrete policies that we would consider desirable.
“This spring, AmRen conducted a poll of white Americans about their views on race and immigration. According to how they replied to a series of questions, we categorized respondents in three groups: racial conservatives, racial liberals, and those who are neither.
- White racial conservatives (26 percent of white Americans) outnumber white racial liberals (16.8 percent).
- A majority of whites in the Republican Party are racial conservatives.
- Measured according to which issues are most important to them, white racial conservatives feel more strongly than white racial liberals about racial issues.
- White identity is important to many whites across the political spectrum, but the strength of that identification influences their political views. In general, white Republicans and conservatives are much more likely to say that their race is extremely important or very important to their identity.
- White Americans as a whole are trending to the right and have been doing so — at least in terms of partisan identification — for several decades. This trend continues under President Biden.
- Racial issues were the top driver of ideological change among whites over the past decade. …”
That’s the straight up truth.
Normies have radicalized and have become somewhat less delusional about race as a result of the George Floyd riots and systematic racism. Elderly Republican politicians are clueless.
Note: We’re waiting to see what happens with the vax mandate. I don’t think it will stand up in court, but I could be wrong.