The Atlanta Shootings “White Supremacist” Hoax: Will The GOP *Ever* Defend Its White Voters?
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Earlier: “I Fear For The Future”—Stupid Party Hacks Draw Wrong Lesson From Trump’s (Relative) Success With Minorities

It’s all too obvious that the Media/Democrat Complex intends to make the Atlanta massage parlor shootings into an Anti-Asian White Supremacist Hoax, just as it is perpetrating the Capitol “Insurrection” Hoax and, before that, the long-running RussiaGate Hoax. Like Black Lives Matter, this is a Blood Libel on White America. (I write as a Hispanic immigrant with some black blood). But as we go to pixel with this article, no member of the Congressional GOP, despite its role as GAP— “Generic American Party”—has spoken up to defend the honor of the racial group from which it draws the vast majority of its votes. Why not?

The idea that America is a “post-racial” and color-blind society has been put to rest since the Black Lives Matter saturnalia of 2020.

The flimsy Civic Nationalism that the Civil Rights Revolution brought about came to a crashing halt after George Floyd died last May, in large part due to the lethal amounts of fentanyl in his system, not because of the actions of “racist” cops. But, alas, we do live in a post-truth America, so the Media/ Democrat went on a frenzy against White Americans.

There are apparently many individuals in the Stupid Party who still believe that we’re in a “battle of ideas.” But this flies in the face of the realities of living in multi-racial societies, which feature conflicts based on blood. And rest assured, it will come down to blows if the American Right fails to adapt to the rapidly-changing political environment surrounding us.

The geniuses at the Stupid Party can’t help themselves though. They’ve been fawning over the marginal gains the Republican Party made with Hispanics [US Republicans grow more diverse in newly won House seats, by William Roberts, Al Jazeera, November 18, 2020] (although still losing the Hispanic vote overwhelmingly). This has led them to declare that the GOP is the new, multi-racial working-class party [Rubio: GOP must rebrand as party of 'multiethnic, multiracial, working-class' voters, by Joseph Choi, The Hill, November 11, 2020], despite the battle lines being drawn on a racial basis as we speak. Predictably though, the useless deadweight on the Respectable Right prefers to engage in the masturbatory exercise of dealing with abstractions.

Let’s keep it real. You cannot GDP-boost your way out of an impending conflict with radicalized hordes of non-whites and their managerial class enablers. Nor can you hand them out pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution or leaflets talking about the virtues of liberty and hope these materials suddenly make them red-blooded Americans.

Any person with a fiber of race realism in their body would pick up on this instantly. But Race Denialism is oh so pervasive among most of the Right that they prefer to drift back toward Con Inc. plantation of banal Talking Points and wishful thinking.

To anyone with a clue, it’s clearly Open Season on Whites. The Left is incredibly predictable and transparent. They make no bones about their hatred of whites.

Forget the debates about political abstractions. As Editor Peter Brimelow lucidly observed about the (ultimately unpunished) Antifa attacks on Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day ceremonies, the defining political conflict in the U.S. is heading to a heading to a bloody resolution. Based on demographic trends, the 21st century appears to be the epoch, where whites in America and Europe are on the fast track to total dispossession, while Third World nations’ populations will be exploding.

The worst part of all: the Republican Party, aka the Generic American Party, is facilitating the destruction of white America. Despite whites’ consistent support for the GOP, they get essentially nothing in return. No immigration moratorium, no tough-on-crime policies to keep rowdy minorities in check, no abolition of white-dispossessing Affirmative Action, no infrastructure projects directed to the American Heartland, etc.

By contrast, the political behavior of the Multicultural Left is much more coherent [Cultural Marxism's Origins: How the Disciples of an Obscure Italian Linguist Subverted America,, November 3, 2020]. They understand the color lines and punish their white enemies and reward their non-white underlings and self-hating whites accordingly.

Carl Schmitt’s famous friend-enemy distinction is lost upon GOP leadership, which is completely zonked out on the opiate of civic nationalism and mantras about capitalism and respectability politics. Pardon my bluntness, but if you think political conflict in the U.S. is about philosophical debates regarding the merits of capitalism, limited government, or whatever Conservative thought leaders are lecturing their Fox News viewers about these days, you’re living on a different planet. These debates are the privilege of a homogenous society, which has the luxury to discuss abstract economic and philosophical matters.

But in a political environment that looks more like Star WarsMos Eisley Cantina, it’s a whole different ball game. Middle American Radicals must be willing to adapt, and discard outdated analytical frameworks if they want to avoid getting their clocks cleaned in this increasingly predatory political climate. Recognizing who the enemy is and what motivates them is of the essence.

Republican leaders refuse to recognize these blatant racial dynamics at their own peril.

Indeed, to add insult to injury, they have the nerve not to credit their white voters when they come through and keep key states from going into the Democrat column. Never mind that whites voted to the tune of 62 percent for Donald Trump in 2020 to keep Florida out of Democrat hands. A similar effect was evident in Texas, where the GOP received 66 percent of the white vote. Both of these numbers were above the 58 percent average that Trump received during the General Election.

Alas, Republican dunces prefer rejoicing about their non-white gains [No, Trump Didn’t Win ‘The Largest Share Of Non-White Voters Of Any Republican In 60 Years,’ by Avik Roy, Forbes, November 9, 2020] But these are nothing to be doing somersaults about, when looking at overall historical voting trends.

The combination of Trump being an unconventional candidate, and Black Lives Matter turning the Democratic Party into the de facto “Black Party,” arguably created the conditions for Republicans to make marginal gains with non-white voters. That said, it’s unlikely such circumstances can consistently be replicated in future election cycles.

Regardless, minority outreach is a misplaced strategy when working class whites have not been fully tapped into. No serious Republican strategist should even entertain the idea of minority outreach until they’re at least hitting 75 percent of the white working class white nationwide.

Steve Sailer, back in 2011(!), laid down the game on how to nab that vote by emphasizing heterodox economics policies—protectionism, natalism, and some market-based policies here and there—along with immigration patriotism.

Sadly, I get the feeling that the Party of Lincoln is now allergic to praising its base. These losers are repulsed by the concept of manifesting a pro-white political message. The “Conservative Movement” obsession with non-whites seems to me pathological. If there’s anything worth conserving, it’s a nation’s founding stock. Values and “eternal principles'' should come a distant second.

It’s no exaggeration to say that in the multi-racial America in which we now live, whites are gradually becoming a complete afterthought. For the post-American bugmen in charge of the Republican Party, whites apparently don’t even exist and must put up with their demographic displacement.

A little gratitude and willingness to hear out the nationalist desires of white voters would go a long way for the GOP.

Is sticking up for their voters too much to ask for from Republican leaders?

Pedro de Alvarado [Email him] is a Hispanic dissident who is well aware of the realities of race from his experience living throughout Latin America and in the states.
As a native of lands conquered by brave Spaniards but later subverted by centuries of multi-racial trickery and despotic governance, Pedro offers clear warnings to Americans about the perils of multi-racialism.

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