Happy New Year 2022!

Happy New Year!

Let’s Go Brandon!

I’m going to begin the New Year with what will strike many of you as an absurd suggestion because you have been convinced by decades of experience that “there is no political solution.”

Over the course of the past five or six years, public opinion has changed on a number of issues. The polls and surveys which we love to follow and analyze here all point toward political climate change. The fact is, we have lots of values and beliefs which aren’t as radical as they used to be. We used to be on the fringe of American politics, but that is no longer really the case as more of our people have come around at their own speed and have embraced viewpoints which only we were exploring years ago.

Did you ever expect to wake up on New Year’s Day and read an article like this in the Washington Post? We’ve come a long way since the Obama presidency.

Washington Post:

“Secession as an actual political program “is being normalized in an unwinding and degrading country,” Richard Kreitner told Antonia Hitchens for her recent Atlantic article about the secessionist movement in Oregon that proposes to make a large rural swath of the state part of Idaho. Kreitner, whose book about secession, “Break It Up,” was published last year, said the Oregon proposal should be taken as “a peace proposal, or a way to avoid war.”

It’s not hard to see why the idea is gaining traction. Talk of secession is still mostly just talk, but wouldn’t it be a civilized way to deal with the deep divisions in the country? Wouldn’t it beat, say, the civil war that a restive segment of the population hungers for? …

Yes, there are good reasons for breaking up the United States, beyond the nationalist aspirations of the secessionists. Barack Obama’s powerful 2004 speech at the Democratic National Convention notwithstanding, there is a red America and a blue America. The political parties don’t merely reflect different ideologies, they also reflect different fundamental values, different ways of life. Important social differences correspond to which states voted Democratic and which states voted Republican in the 2016 election (even if this is geographically complicated by the fact that there are blue urban pockets in red rural states).

That political divide further corresponds to which states were free states and which states were slave states before the Civil War. But the biggest reason to separate is the most glaring and the most frightful to contemplate: The citizens of the United States are losing faith in the validity of their institutions and their founding myths. In the place of solidarity, a vast and powerful anger is building, a rage that increasingly expresses itself directly in violence like the riots we witnessed a year ago at the U.S. Capitol.

Secession may be a painful option to confront; it is far less painful than the alternative suggested by those who favor disunion. Given the hurdles, it also may be far less possible.”

Maybe we should dissolve the Union?

Maybe there are irreconcilable and insurmountable differences between Americans which are rooted in rooted in ethnicity, culture, geography and history? Isn’t a National Divorce an enlightened solution to political gridlock? Why should this country continue to hobble along like this on the world stage?

Anyway, I woke up and saw this and thought it was a good example of the point that I wanted to make this year. We should always test our assumptions. Just because something we have done hasn’t worked in the past doesn’t mean that will always be the case because conditions change.

I’m 41 years old now. I am now middle aged. There is a generation below me that is radical. There are fewer Boomers above me. They have also become much more radical than they used to be. The political landscape was very different 10 or 15 years ago in large part because the age distribution has changed. There were far more older voters who supported National Review‘s brand of conservatism. The number of radicals in the general population has also soared over the past five or six years.

Depending on where you live (rural Arkansas or a small town in Indiana isn’t Chicago), there are probably a lot more radicals in your area than was case two, three or five years ago. The political climate is also probably warmer. We recently saw a lot of cars honking at White Lives Matter demonstrations around the country. It has only been in the last year that terms like anti-White and concepts like the Great Replacement have gone mainstream. Around 90% of Republican voters at the beginning of last year felt under attack for being White and that was before a whole year of FOX News focusing on CRT.

In 2022, I think we should try to do a lot more local organizing on encrypted apps (finding and vetting other radicals in your area and networking with them on secure platforms), quiet local activism that excludes “journalists” and flies under the national radar and testing the boundaries of local politics. I would not be surprised if some of our people even got elected at the local level in parts of the country in this environment. I don’t think the taboos are nearly as strong as they used to be.

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14 Comments

  1. “Yes, there are good reasons for breaking up the United States, beyond the nationalist aspirations of the secessionists.”‘

    Or, using the White Anti-Jew filter: ‘The Goyim know. We tried shutting it down (Jan. 6, COVID, Vaccines, Biden) and it’s not working. Better to let them have a crumb, so we can keep what we stole from them. Especially to avoid letting them realize they can easily win over us, if they just join together!”

    I propose a massive information campaign, on all social media, and in person. The J-Left is absolutely schvitzing over this potential for White self-interest becoming normative. If it’s the last thing I do, the dismantling of world Jewry and the institution of Biblical Law (even in a rump, secessionst America) is my crusade. Death penalty for Jews, Abortionists, Sodomites, and Usurers… yeah, sounds right.

    “Can’t go over it.
    Can’t go under it.
    Can’t go around it.
    Gotta go through it. “ – ‘Goin’ on a Bear Hunt,’ children’s song.

    “Equality is known to produce strife. Therefore God allowed the human race to be a monarchy, not a democracy. But the family is constructed in a similar way to an army, with the husband holding the rank of monarch, the wife as general and the children also given stations of command.”
    St. John Chrysostom, Homily 34 on I Corinthians, 7

    Happy New Year! Christ is King.

      • Then you will perish in your sins. Your choice, dude.

        Cuz the founders are against you, as is the entire Church, living and dead.

        “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
        President John Adams

        “If you dip into any college, or school, or parish, or family- anything you like- at a given point in its history, you always find that there was a time before that point when there is even less room for indecision and choices are even more momentous. Good is always getter better and bad is always getting worse: the possibilities of even apparent neutrality are always diminishing. The whole thing is sorting itself out all the time, coming to a point, getting sharper and harder.” – That Hideous Strength, p. 283, quoted in Gary North’s Political Polytheism, p 226-7.

        • Even the OLD Testment teaches and shows the evil of monarchy: not one good king, including David and Solomon, just like Samuel told the people. But Monarchy was predominant for another two thousand years until the present system (capitalism) to began to appear (capitalism) which is the last stepping stone before we reach a much better system that is in accord with Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount.

          John Ball, the so-called “mad priest of Kent,” was excommunicated, and later executed by Papist monarchy for walking the straight path of pre-Norman Celtic (Brythonic) orthodoxy that was trod a thousand years earlier by Morwen (“Pelagius”). You should be reading Pelagius, as much as you can, because most of his writing has been destroyed or distorted. Chrysostom and other eastern theologians have been called semi-Pelagian because they did not accept the Augustinian doctrines of original sin, predestiniation, etc. but none of them had the courage to stand with Pelagius.

          Gary North (aka “Scary Gary” for his extreme false prophecies of Y2K) is a Dominionist (“Christian Reconstructionist”) Calvinist.

          • Friar Tuck is a maniac. People who claim to have all the answers prove their foolishness.

  2. The Union doesn’t matter it is the Central Banking cartel that defines our borders (or lack of) and government. There is zero political distinction between the EU, US, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Ukraine etc. The “leader” puppets do what the cartel tells them to do. Changing your Zip Code from Oregon to Idaho might help with local issues but solves no major problems.

  3. >The citizens of the United States are losing faith in the validity of their institutions and their founding myths.

    Statue-toppling progressives have attacked the legitimacy of American institutions for decades. Now they’re peeing their pants that even conservatards correctly view American political, scientific, cultural, and economic institutions as illegitimate. Whose fault is that?

    The talk of “our democracy” is revealing. The word “our” implies “not yours,” and people can tell.

    Biden ran on competence, but he’s not even making an effort to get everyone on the same page. Even in the liberal base, people like Kyle Kulinski can only imagine doing mean things when people like Manchin don’t completely agree. Among elected officials, Representative Swalwell, if we believe him, recently won over an extremist who was threatening him, only then to put him publicly on blast and refer him to the authorities, which defeats the purpose. Psychopath! Then there are swarms of catladies hoping the unvaxxed get infected so we can save lives, without seeing the contradiction. We see this at every node in the leftwing ecosystem. They’re not getting everyone’s input, persuading each other, and forming a consensus, even among themselves; it is just people commanding, claiming things are “unacceptable” as if they’re New England Puritans motivated by Inner Light, and then disciplining and punishing, what they call “holding people accountable” and “consequences.”

    Seriously, what is going on over there?

    Every American leftist is under the influence of the final boss of American liberalism — John Rawls — whether they know it or not. American leftism is an a priori decision procedure that arrives at all policies in advance, indifferent the desires and preferences of actual living people. It is tailor-made for a credentialed administrative clerisy behaving badly. I no longer believe they’ve lost their way. We’re just observing lived results of bad ideas.

  4. “Secession? And lose all’a dose taxpayas? All’a dose shekels? You’re talkin’ outta your tuchus, goy!”

    -our jewish elites

  5. “Isn’t a National Divorce an enlightened solution to political gridlock?”

    Marjorie “Zionista” Greene’s “National Divorce” means greater separation of Republican-majority states and regions from Democrat-majority states and regions, policies much more extreme, large-scale and forthright than gerrymandering and gentrification, but I don’t think she means secession. She believes there is “freedom” in Red states, and people are moving from Blue states to Red states to get it.

    Re: “Maybe there are irreconcilable and insurmountable differences between Americans which are rooted in rooted in ethnicity, culture, geography and history?”

    When ethnicities and ethnic cultures are thoroughly mixed EVERYWHERE, how is it possible for any place to become sorted out again? Native American reservations and Amish-Mennonite land holdings are some rare exceptions. Imperialism’global capitalism destroys ethnicity and culture and creates rootless cosmopolitanism everywhere, but nowhere to the extent of the U.S. imperial “homeland” itself. Latin America, the product of centuries of Spanish and Portuguese (and U.S.) imperialism, is also very mixed, but there are still large exclusively indigenous areas. Misquito Indians occupy exclusively and have de jure autonomy over more than half of Nicaragua. The USSR consisted of mostly non-Russian ethno-socialist republics that had the right to secede from the union, according to the constitution, and most of them did when the U.S. won the Cold War almost exactly thirty years ago, in December, 1992.

  6. Our focus from now on should be to win by any means necessary. We are on own own. Neither party has our best interests at heart.

  7. Happy New Year to OD readers. Civil war is not something any sane person wants. Want to take a wild guess at who will end up killing one another while Schlomo counts up the skekels from selling weapons and ammo to all sides? How would the world be different today if the men in the trenches listened to the holy spirit during the famous Christmas truce of 1914 and walked away from the killing fields engineered by Jewish finance? That war had no good or just purpose whatsoever. You never see Schlomo’s ilk eating bullets or hobbling about with limbs blown away from bombs, do you? Schlomo, being the literal spawn of the devil, just laughs at the stupid goyim and counts up the shekels rolling in and the body-bags going out.

    Secession is a great idea, if it can be really accomplished. Rather than voting for a worthless cuck like Youngkin (which is all you will ever be allowed to vote for in “opposition”), what if the western counties of Virginia had voted to join West Virginia instead? This would have stiffened Manchin’s spine even more against “President” Shitpants and the crime-congress ruled over by Queen Nancy and Kang Chuckie. If it takes place in one locale with success, others will follow.

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