Will Trump Be Overthrown By A Revolution?

The natural way to organize is along racial lines but whites aren’t allowed to organize on racial lines.

Steve Sailer: “Sometimes I think that the only thing holding back the American Color Revolution is that the Coalition of the Fringes can’t agree over what color it should be.”

Comments at Steve Sailer:

* The right is largely suppressed from organizing, and thus cannot have the benefit of coordination. I believe that many of us are realizing this, however, and learning to compensate. There’s no reason why we should just allow ourselves to be wiped out without resistance.

* I don’t like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely’s campus. He should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.

* Trump hires Michael Anton, neo-con friend of Bill Kristol and the Cheneys, fan of Tom Wolfe, enemy of business casual, and loose-nuke-terrorism worry-wort.

He wrote some of his more explicit articles as Publius Dio. He is kind of long winded but had some great lines attacking “Conservatism Inc” and the whole Koch Bros network.

This is from one of his pseudonymous articles right before the election:

“Third and most important, the ceaseless importation of Third World foreigners with no tradition of, taste for, or experience in liberty means that the electorate grows more left, more Democratic, less Republican, less republican, and less traditionally American with every cycle. As does, of course, the U.S. population, which only serves to reinforce the two other causes outlined above. This is the core reason why the Left, the Democrats, and the bipartisan junta (categories distinct but very much overlapping) think they are on the cusp of a permanent victory that will forever obviate the need to pretend to respect democratic and constitutional niceties. Because they are.”

* If I read the tea leaves correctly the next revolution will not be pink but blue. Women now are far better organized and are getting a much better deal from society than are men. Men are the ones who would benefit far more from organizing and the climate is such we are at the point where that could happen relatively easily now.

What more can women get from society? They are already getting the lion’s share of the public welfare spending. They consume 30-40% more health care than men throughout their entire lifetime (not just when pregnant), they can choose if they work or have children (gratis welfare) and if they work, they can avoid the hazardous and unpleasant work including selective service. They also get preferential treatment under the law including family & criminal courts.

I think that part of the pussy pout we saw a week and a half ago was more of a “don’t take away my “rights’.”(i.e. privileges). Abortion and birth control will still be around for women albeit not men (because we spend nothing on Men’s reproductive health). I also think it is a plea for men not to organize. Trump’s support among men and married women was almost entirely organic. There is no Geo. Soros funded organizations or politicians like the Hildabeast, who advocate exclusively for men or men’s issues. All Trump did is say he was not Hillary. In the future, feminism inc. will not be “pushing on an open door”. We have been frozen for the last 40 years choosing to focus exclusively on women’s pussies and think the society is moving forward finally.

Steve Sailer writes:

If only Berkeley Latinx Studies major Pablo “They” Gomez could be there to fan the flames …

Evidently, some people like violence against women:

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The first Latino mayor of Berkeley encouraged the rioters on Twitter yesterday:

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Heckuva job, Mayorie!

And now the antifas are running amok smashing up Berkeley businesses:

Note that the criminals aren’t necessarily Berkeley students.

A Starbucks was ransacked. Oh the irony. Do you think Howard Schultz ever has any doubts?

By the way, if you are wondering why all the antifas are wearing masks, it’s no doubt because of the bitter cold and driving wind of a California February:

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Admittedly, the other possibility is that they wear masks so that they can beat people with impunity:

Why is it legal to wear a mask to a riot?

In contrast to what happens when Milo tries to speak at Berkeley, famous for the Free Speech Movement of 1964, here’s the kind of intolerance we see when Bernie Sanders speaks at the Falwell family’s Liberty U.:

Seriously, what % of the political violence in the U.S. over the last 18 months has been from Trump’s side of the spectrum and what % from the respectable side?

5% vs. 95%?

2% vs. 98%?

I resist the 1% vs. 99% ratio as improbable (although, admittedly, possible).

Here’s the beginning of the NYT coverage:

Speech by Milo Yiannopoulos Is Canceled Amid Protests at Berkeley
By CHRISTOPHER MELE FEB. 1, 2017

A speech by the divisive right-wing editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of California, Berkeley, was canceled on Wednesday night after demonstrators set fires and threw objects at buildings to protest his appearance.

The university announced the cancellation on Twitter around 9:15 p.m., about an hour after a section of the campus erupted in protest. There were no immediate reports of arrests or injuries.

Nothing to see here, folks, just move along.

Update: As of 7 am EST, the word “Berkeley” does not appear anywhere on the NYTimes.com home page.

Problem solved!

And then the Twitterer-in-Chief weighed in:

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How expensive would that it be for Berkeley to maintain it’s policy of accommodating violence against free speech?

Each year, the UC Berkeley campus receives well over half a billion dollars in research and other support from external sources. In the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, UC Berkeley attracted $673.9 million in new awards. Many of these awards fund multiyear research projects and support expenditures that will be reflected in subsequent years. The federal government provided 55 percent of these funds, and California state agencies and other government sources, industry, and the nonprofit sector supplied the rest. Of the research funding provided by the U.S. government, the largest contributors are the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.

But that’s not counting federally-subsidized student loans …

COMMENTS AT STEVE SAILER:

* Send Milo to every PC campus.

Let the proglodyte anarchists smash and burn stuff.

* The interesting thing is that the heckler’s veto stratagem is employed by the administration and faculty a priori – they charge the speaker for the extra security to discourage the speech and then challenge the rioters to force cancellation by presenting a security threat in excess of the capacity of the security detail (assuming in such case it’s been paid for by the speaker). There is a definite pattern to these things.

Of course, if Trump’s eventual DOE Secretary put their Federal funding in jeopardy for suppressing speech, he’d be the fascist.

* If Kim Jong-Un had step foot in Berkeley he would not receive 1/32 the hostile violent reaction that Milo Yiannopoulos has received for stepping foot there, after all Little Kim is a Conmie and Berkeley is a Communist city. Kim is one of them, he is their fellow political tribesman.

* Free Speech was only ever a tactic for the left, not an end. Once they became the establishment, free-speech became subversive.

As Richard Spencer said about antifa and various other SJW protestors: They are not truth speaking to power. They are power speaking.

* President Trump should threaten to refuse federal funds to the entire California state university system until Berkeley moves to thoroughly investigate and ask for prosecution of at least some of the perpetrators of the violence, because not prosecuting them would be an injustice based on upper-middle class (white) privilege, as the same behaviour in by minorities or lower class citizens would never be tolerated.

Imagine the pressure on Berkley to change its ways

* We need to always remember that this is the caliber of opposition that we’re up against, and this is why our tactics need to take in account that logic and reason are of limited utility against people who are, basically, hate-fueled orcs.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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