A Lesson From New York
Posted on: 2010-09-26 07:34:00
"He who dares not offend cannot be honest." ~ Thomas Paine
by Frank Roman
I’ve been getting a pretty good buzz lately over the grinding and gnashing of teeth of the coastal urban types in the media, certain leftists, and a whole crop PC neocons—over the nomination for governor of NY Carl Paladino. Paladino, a Tea Party self made millionaire from Buffalo shook up the Albany Republicrats with his threats and anger over the direction these parasites are steering the state. Riding a wave of populist hatred with Albany he easily whipped system hack Rick Lazio for the nomination, a linguine-spine former congressman who earned peer support (of course) but inspired the voters with little to nothing of substance. His main rival come November will be NYS AG Andrew Cuomo, another leftist system hack who until recently has begun to hijack Paladino’s campaign style and subject matter. Go figure.
Among other things Paladino is a hot-tempered Italian newcomer who advocates turning prisons into dormitories where welfare recipients could be given classes on hygiene; who has said he would “bring a baseball bat with him” to the Capitol. He has forwarded e-mails to friends containing bigoted jokes and sexual images, and defended a comparison of the Assembly speaker, Sheldon Silver, who is Jewish, to “an Antichrist.”
To no one’s surprise Carl Paladino could care less what people say about him, which of course infuriates his detractors who want to see him grovel; and he sticks to his subversive anti establishment message no matter who doesn’t like it. Apparently however, the great unwashed yokels in the forgotten realms of rustic upstate NY like him enough to nominate him for governor.
Moreover, to this hosts (me) non-surprise, black aggrievement ministers wasted no time stepping into the fray in an attempt to muzzle Paladino; a group of African-American Democratic leaders (NY) and a grouplet called 100 Black Men of America (New York Chapter) called on state Republicans to henpeck Paladino into putting aside his “divisive rhetoric” in order to “conduct a reasonable, civil campaign" i.e. to shut up and let the establishment have its way. The fact that we now have legally sanctioned black groups calling for Paladino’s silence can only mean he is a “racist,” a staple insult of Cultural Marxists. In fact “Bronx Assemblyman/Democratic chairman Carl Heastie, who is black, said the last thing the troubled state needs is ‘someone who wants to govern by threatening, govern by stereotyping and governing by being a racist.” Right. As an aside, I’d like to ask Heastie, a former budget analyst in the New York City comptroller’s office, why the state is troubled in the first place. My guess is he knows why NY is an economic basket case because he contributed to it.
At any rate I believe in my bones that one of the biggest reasons Carl Paladino elicits so much overt vitriol from the system’s oligarchs, is because he represents what Prof. Kevin McDonald calls ‘implicit whiteness.’ And implicit whiteness by way of the right fine-tuning could well lead to explicit whiteness. No, Carl Paladino is not a racialist inasmuch as Ron Paul and Chuck Baldwin were considered as such when they campaigned for the White House. However, it is my belief Carl Paladino hits a nerve in our establishment enemies because he’s showing the way as to how to handle his enemies—without compunction, without mercy, without fear. Of course Paladino is talking in hyperbole and heated rhetoric. There will be ‘blood on the floor’ when he’s elected, and all that. But as we all know in politics words are weapons -- like fists are weapons in a barroom brawl. Still, just imagine that if at the right moment a new charismatic pro Euro American politician or other public figure came along with the same kind of stones and oratory as Paladino, but articulated the advocacy of white Americans and pointed out the double standards that are preventing their overt political muscle.
Undeniably though, under the influence of soft totalitarianism everyone except most European Americans understands the United States is the battle ground of a low level race war, and people like Mr. Paladino have the capacity to actually step over the line and actually say as much; or inspire others to clear the cobwebs and face the subterranean truth. Unfortunately the Tea Party has a knack for stifling implicit whiteness by espousing platitudes like smaller government and individual choice. They break their own backs trying to convince their unquenchable enemies that they’re not "racists", to no avail of course, and they insist that any manifestation of so-called white racism that crops up in their ranks will be dealt with harshly. I guess we can’t blame them for this kind of soft headed thinking. After all many of them have been willing purveyors of “anti-racism” at their own expense for decades -- as instructed by a hostile media and government education system. Nevertheless it’s simply too obvious to everyone that the Tea Party movement is devastatingly white, and people like Mr. Paladino, who want to send NY state troopers into New York City and elsewhere to round up illegal immigrants and turn them over to the feds poses an imminent threat to a prepackaged multi-culti non-white America.
Now I realize quite a few people have a very dim view of Paladino’s affiliation with the Tea Party, and with good reason. They are for the most part Palin / Beck Republicrats, who think Barack Obama is a deficit monger and a neo-socialist…but not much else. But you can be sure they all like their own social handouts 'so long as illegal Mexicans aren’t lining up to take them away.' Nevertheless the Tea Party’s demography and high profile activism is worth taking into consideration. That’s why we at EAU insist that our members and supporters get inside the Tea Party and begin the organizations' slow transformation from implicit whiteness to explicit white nationalism (or whatever you want to call it). If anything, the Tea Party leaders should be looking for ways to up the ante, to ramp up their radicalization process; to use methods that will infuriate their antagonists, inspire our own people, rather than apologizing every time some shill makes an accusation. Believe me, our enemies fear this phenomenon more than anything; and when you have a candidate like Paladino threatening to "mop the floor" with Albany’s Shylocks and other coastal urban types it certainly makes for some sleepless nights in the fetid halls of power.
In fact, if you doubt what I’m saying about the Tea Party’s exact potential, it’s nightmare scenario in the minds of our enemies, all you have to do is read their own words. Look…
• “The crowds turning out for the Tea Party Express rallies are overwhelmingly white.” – Ed Lavandera, CNN “American Morning,” March 31, 2010.
• “The crowd is still overwhelmingly white.” – Jessica Yellin, CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” April 15, 2010.
• “The crowd that greeted Palin did nothing to contradict the common description of Tea Party supporters as overwhelmingly white and mostly older.” – Ina Jaffe, NPR “Weekend Edition Sunday,” March 28, 2010.
• “They are overwhelmingly white and Anglo…” – USA Today, July 2, 2010.
• “But, [Tea Party rally attendee Jeff Link] says, looking at the crowd, which is overwhelmingly white and middle-aged, ‘it saddens me not to see this gathering more diverse.’” – Washington Post, Feb. 6, 2010.
• “The new poll offers a portrait of tea party supporters as overwhelmingly white, mostly conservative and generally disapproving of Obama.” – Washington Post, Feb. 11, 2010
• “They are overwhelming white (94 percent) and conservative (73 percent).” – Washington Post, April 2, 2010
• “Tea Party activists, like Perot voters, are overwhelmingly white.” – Washington Post, April 18, 2010
• “Gazing out at his overwhelmingly white audience, Mr. Mack felt the need to say, ‘This meeting is not racist.’” – New York Times, Feb. 16
• “Do you have any concerns when you look out at the crowds and they’re mostly, well, overwhelmingly white people?” – Terry Moran, ABC “Nightline,” Nov. 2, 2009.
• “You know, one thing to keep in mind about the Tea Party is that it is an overwhelmingly white movement.” – Ron Brownstein, NBC “Meet the Press,” April 18, 2010.
The enemies of Western man see Carl Paladino as threat because they want to continue designing the world to fit their own needs; and it seems like some cream puff with a microphone always comes along at the right moment and tempers the masses into controlled opposition. They want to continue pressuring everyone, including the Tea Party, to conform under irresistible pressure; to play in the sand box without getting outside of it, to vote and participate in a rigged system according to that pressure. The very brilliant Michael O’Meara recently said systemic parasites and charlatans are “privileging … individual(s) disconnected from history, heritage, and kin … who, eventually, becomes simply an abstract individual, …who exists entirely for himself, cut off from those that came before and those that might come in the future–”an atom without connection.” In other words a lot of white Americans like to talk about eternity(1) but they can't see past the end of their own noses. This has to end.
Now, no one here is predicting Carl Paladino will win the governorship. His rhetoric and implicit paleoconservatism has garnered him legions of enemies. And if he does win no one here is saying he will have an epiphany and rally to nurture a pro Euro- American interest group. Nevertheless Paladino’s political style and the mood of up state NY should signal to all white Americans that our time draws nigh on a regional level and potentially on a national level—IF we do what needs to be done, even if it means initially using an indirect approach. Again, read the quotes I’ve posted above. They, the enemies of a strong monocultural USA, are telling us what to do.(In fact both Paladino AND our enemies are telling us what to do. ~FR)
“Although it may be an unpleasant commentary on human nature (It’s not. ~FR), a central driving force in defining a state is the desire to have a reasonably homogeneous population within its borders. It is clear from observing the places where secessionist movements tend to occur, (such as Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union or Spain and Canada), that ethnic identity is a central driving force.” -- Oct. 11, 1991, Wall Street Journal, Small is Beautiful BY ROBERT J. BARRO
When it comes to our people we do not have to moderate our tone. We do not have to apologize. We do not have to play by the rules our enemies have established. This is our culture, our destiny, our nation, our people and it is up to us to do what’s right.
Thanks for all you do and thank you for listening.
(1) “In a sort of ghastly simplicity, we remove the organ and demand the function. We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.” ~ C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man