Vanity Fair: Why Angry White America Fell For Putin

Vanity Fair isn’t doing much soul-searching here:

“The most important condition that the Russians almost certainly did not anticipate was that it would be the Republicans—not the Democrats—who offered the best opportunity for subversion. For nearly a century, the Russians have been trying to weasel their way into the American political scene, but their point of entry has always been on the left—the American Communist Party, Students for a Democratic Society, the Black Panthers, even the Democratic Party. …

But during some point in the past quarter-century, the fault lines in America have shifted. Those most susceptible to external programming are no longer Lionel Trilling’s Arthur and Nancy Croom—fashionable, urbane, progressive, well spoken, well traveled—but angry, displaced former assembly-line workers in Youngstown and Macomb County who believe their America has been stolen from them by cosmopolitans in New York, D.C., and Silicon Valley. …

In the future, one hopes, we’ll look back on the Age of Trump and wonder how so many Americans could have been so blinded by their politics or racialism that they were willing to look the other way when another country—the same country right-wingers once loved to hate—intervened in our democratic process. We’ll shake our heads and wonder aloud at the mindlessness, the treachery, and we’ll applaud ourselves for being better now, for knowing that this is not how a truly democratic people acts. …”

This is really pretty simple:

1.) First, the Cold War ended in 1991 and with it the Soviet Union’s crusade to spread communism around the world. For generations, the Russians had been associated with subversive anti-racism and internationalism and for that reason never had any entry point on the Right, but right-leaning Millennials don’t remember the Cold War.

2.) Second, Western liberalism has grown increasingly cancerous and has become openly hostile toward White America. The same is true in Western Europe. White people are now the villains of American history on the Left. They’re indicted as a racial group by progressives on the grounds of racism, sexism, classism, nativism, Islamophobia, xenophobia, homophobia and, of course, white privilege.

What happens when you decouple Western liberalism from the European founding stock of the United States and other Western nations? The result is that the demonized and beleaguered White majority starts to turn toward illiberalism.

Who is really to blame for this? It’s not Vladimir Putin’s fault that the Left is constantly boasting about The End of White Christian America. When liberal democracy comes to mean the dispossession of your racial and cultural group by a hostile elite, you shouldn’t be surprised when those people cease to care about liberal democracy.

Note: Has it ever occurred to the Left that trying to get their political opponents fired from their jobs only further radicalizes them and gives them more time to engage in revolutionary political activity?

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  1. What the Kommissars fail to understand is that when you take away everything from a man, when you excise all meaning from his life, then he has nothing left to lose.

    In their haste to eradicate us, they’ve finally given Whites a cause worth fighting, killing, and dying for.

    For the Left, the coming blowback is going to be an absolute bitch.

    • But it is incredibly corrupt and not a place that most Americans would enjoy living. I’ve heard that ex-pats in these former Soviet countries have to bribe all kinds of officials as you go about daily life, your power go out? You have to “tip” the repair men from the utility to get it back on etc. Not the USSR, but rather like a corrupt South American dictatorship from a few decades back.

      • Dear Nightowl – this Tarheel dont enjoy ‘living in America’.

        As to Russia – it’s for Russians – not for us to judge.

      • I’ve known enough Russians to know that they don’t think like Western Europeans. They have a very different mentality and view things like corruption differently.

        With that said, I’d much rather have friendly relations with them than be stuck in some sort of perpetual Cold War.

        • Absolutely, Mr. Vickstrom – Russians, and, indeed, Eastern Europeans have varying degrees of difference with their Western counterparts.

          And one area where they are poles apart is on the notion of socialism, all of Eastern Europe, particularly Russia, still badly smarting from the Soviet debacle.

  2. “The Russians have been trying to weasel their way into the American political scene.”

    VF missed the ((())) someplace.

    • Who the blazes reads Vanity Fair anyway? Just other members of the (((government – media industrial complex))), I’ll wager.

  3. 2017 will be the 100th anniversary of Fatima. Will Trump force the consecration of Russia as requested by the Immaculate Heart of Mary?

  4. “Our” “elite” is obsessed with the ghosts and monsters of “isms”, “ists” and “phobias” they are not to be taken seriously in any intellectual fashion. Their actions yes but their words and jibber jabber, only a cuck takes them seriously.

  5. The blindness of the self righteous elite is beyond belief. After 9/11, the American elite carried on with business as usual. They did not declare Saudi Arabia a state sponsor of terrorism. They did not ban Saudi Arabian donors intervention in American democratic politics. They did not investigate Saudi Arabian links to American politicians responsible for the security of America and Americans. They did not investigate Saudi Arabian funding of the Taliban, ISIS and other Wahabi terrorist groups. They did not end Muslim immigration into the US but increased it. An elite so out of touch with reality cannot be trusted with power.

  6. All of here should be thankful such people as the dirt bags at VF purposely use language that excludes us white men. I myself am very thankful for their hate, it is useful to us.

  7. The blindness of the self righteous elite is beyond belief. After 9/11, the American elite carried on with business as usual They did not declare Saudi Arabia a state sponsor of terrorism. They did not ban Saudi Arabian donors intervention in American democratic politics. They did not investigate Saudi Arabian links to American politicians responsible for the security of America and Americans. They did not investigate Saudi Arabian funding of the Taliban, ISIS and other Wahabi terrorist groups. They did not end Muslim immigration into the US but increased it. An elite so out of touch with reality cannot be trusted with power.

    • No concern when Indonesians bribed Clinton to set aside millions of worthless desert full of low sulfur coal in politically hostile red state Utah as a “Monument” so the Indonesian racket could eliminate competition.

  8. Peter Savodnik probably belongs to the tribe with a historic grudge against Russian Christians. Peter Savodnik is probably a kike.

      • With my father’s generation passing on, and my friends having never seen combat on the Central Front in Europe during their military service: The Cold War has been layed to rest sooner and easier than WWII.

        • I agree with that, in certain respects, Mr. Owen; though, unfortunately, it now seems that The Left has discovered reasons to resurrect the Cold War, and many people fall for it.

          My hope is that Trump will put the silver dagger in it’s heart, and that will be that.

          • That was because they were looking for any allies to go from being the lesser enfranchised opposition to White Civilization to, now, being arguably the greater power, at which point, it better serves their purpose to fashion a demon out of them.

            All smoke and mirrors with The Liberal New England Government Establishment.

            I’d sooner sleep with the bed of Copperheads, in the gulch not far from our house, as their behavior is more on the up and up…

          • One thing for sure, Russians hate traitors. Even if they’re in the ranks of the enemy and help the Russians win. The American® Left would have been offed under Soviet Rule.
            Just like American® “NAZIs” would have ended up in Treblinka.

          • Yes, Mr. Owen, when talking to an older Russian about Ukrainians, the first thing you’ll hear from them is that Ukrainians are ‘traitors’

          • It does give me some consolation to know that real Marxists like Ernesto “Che” Guevara would have shot the pansies and special snowflakes who love to adorn their college dorms with his posters.

          • Donald Trump is the MEANS to the END and it is our job to make sure the END we end up with is to our advantage

          • Though the survival of The White South is a complex issue, Mr. Jenkins, in political terms it all boils down to one issue : States’ Rights.

            A renewed respect must be resown for this, everywhere in the culture.

            Some help is on it’s way – as the Scalia-like justices that Trump has promiset to appoint are going to re-inculcate the issue of States’ Rights into the mind of the populace, if for no other reason than they are going to overturn decisions like Roe vs Wade or Engel vs. Vitale, and send the issues back to the states.

            The Left knows this, which is why they are doing double somersault backflips over Miss Hillary’s defeat.

            As I have said, and as has Mr. Griffin – we are in a win win situation, at this point.

            Do you realize that, in 2018, 27 Democrat Senators must defend their office, while only 9 Republicans must do likewise?

            Can you imagine that, even if Trump only marginally improves the economy, how that will work out?

            And if things get really going gangbusters, The Senate Republicans are going to go from holding 52 to 58, 60, 62, 64 seats, which, when the Trump Supreme Court gets rolling is going to have a profound effect on this country like you have not seen since 1877.

            If you are on The Left, you are looking at very bad times, ahead.

            If you are like you and I, you are staring at some extended downhill sledding…

        • A lot of folks are not well-informed and reflective, as are you, Mr. Owen.

          For proof, listen to this extract from FOX, which responds to ‘The View’ – a daily program many of our ladies watch, and on which Joy Behar said this about Trump and his ‘demonick’ Russian connections, ‘Do We Have to Wait Until the Hammer and Sickle Is on the American Flag?’

          • Yes, Sir – and ‘ridiculous’ is rife, after 75 years of Government misinformation, via their media.

            The internet has busted that up, though, which is why things show signs of beginning to turn around.

          • Real Intelligence Services always operate through intermediaries. Their hand and connections in anything is almost always untraceable, unprovable and invisible.

          • Except that, knowing that they are The Devil, as we do, we begin with the assumption that anything going on (such as the fight for democracy in The Ukraine) must be the result of them.

            I always assume, that, at the bottom of every situation, are Yankee Government misdeeds – whether I can see the smoking gun or not.

            Being the child of The English Government, it came to them through their milk.

            10 Downing St. and 300 Pennsylvania Ave – Beezelbub’s two offices.

          • Yes which shows the utter foolishness of the Southern Confederate political class that they ever thought that Great Britain would give them a single bag of gunpowder. While it was true the Hereditary Aristocracy in the House of Lords did sympathize with Dixie, by 1860 the Lords had been heavily inundated with Merchants, Commoners and friends of the Jews.

            If I could ask Jefferson Davis a question right now I would say, General Davis, knowing how Great Britain had given itself over totally to the merchants bankers and human rights people, how did you ever think she would come to the Confederacy’s aid?

          • When I first glancet at your remark, Mr. Jenkins, I had one of those, ‘Gee, I could have had a V-8’ moments.

            Still after further ponderance, it occurred to me that His Excellency, Jefferson Davis’s, thinking was logical and well founded – even though, ultimately, it was unsuccessful.

            Now, first before I explain that, let me say this : I do NOT know the inner contents of what The Confederacy tried to offer Britain for joining them.

            Further, when it comes to Confederate history, I am not quite fit to hold your bootstrap.

            Be that as it may, I will say this, in my favourite president’s defence : Jefferson Davis had a lot of experience with Jews in Washington, and had such a high opinion of them that, when more than a few advised him against involving them in high positions of The Confederate Cabinet, he politely, and repetitively, rebufft them.

            So, let us be clear : he had enough experience, good will, and contacts built up to justify the attempt.

            Moreover, Jews, of the 1860s, were not in anyway ‘the human rights people’ that they have become in the 20th century, in part because it had not yet occurred to them that they could use that ideology to marginalize White Power in White Lands, but, as well, because the ideology had no political existence that would, ultimately, seduce so many average Jews into such thinking, much later on.

            I can posit this not just from history, but, having personally known quite a few Jews who were born as early as the late 1870s. These Jews, if they could come back and listen to Bernie Sanders give an interview, would soon be muttering, ‘He’s meshoogah’, if not outright getting up and leaving the room, as my daddy’s mama often did, when she would watch the Evening New, with Walter Cronkite, and see what was going down in the 1960s and 70s.

            I’ve said it to you before, and I’ll say it again ; Anglo-American Jewish culture has done some changing, over the last century, just as has Anglo-American WASP culture, itself, and that changing bears the potent toxins of Marx’s creation.

            Powerful Secular Jews, of that period, were interested in #1. They were utterly business oriented, and I doubt a one had any thoughts of ‘one-world government’; and, as Herzl had not yet invented Zionism, they were not thinking of that, either.

            And, after having said that, I would be willing to bet you that His Excellency, Jefferson Davis, felt that, on the grounds of mercantile perks, The South had something to offer English Jews that was substantial – not just in agricultural products, but, in what I suspect would be favourable positioning of Jewish investments in The South, as well as banking opportunities,

            So, if you were to ask President Davis this question of yours, I think you would get an answer along these lines.

            Thank you, as always, for your interesting correspondence, and have a good evening!

          • The Human Rights people I meant in my comment were not necessarily Jews PER SE but the loony so-called Christian Abolitionists. Political Abolitionism got its start in England with the Somerset Case in 1772 which is one of the unmentioned factors in the American Revolution. Although after our Revolution you had the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court declare slavery illegal under the 1780 Mass. Constitution and you had Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island all pass Gradual Emancipation laws, there was no hint of racial equality.

            When Thomas Jefferson and his allies shepherded through the Northwest Ordinances in 1784,85 and 87 Jefferson did so believing slavery was financially unprofitable and that it would die. Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin, which came into widespread use about the time that the War of 1812 ended would prove Jefferson wrong in his lifetime. Although Jefferson had inconsistent ideas about race, he never saw Negroes as Equal nor did any of his antislavery allies.

            The ugly disgusting Abolitionism we came to know from about 1830 forward was an English invention. Garrison got thousands of dollars from English financiers and wealthy English manufacturers for his Abolitionist ventures. My point was as Secretary of War Jeff Davis knew this very thing was going on, he knew about the flow of money from UK Abolitonists to the US Abolitonists. He had the briefings by spies in his hands.

            Yet for reasons unclear to me looking at all this poisoned money coming into the USA from England to fund Abolitionism and the Abolitionist hold on the House of Commons, Mr. Davis thought he could somehow marshal enough allies in England to defeat them. The intelligence Davis was perusing in 1861 has mostly been lost and I believe his spies either misread England or told Davis what he wanted to hear. Not sure which

          • Well, Mr. Jenkins, after reading your reply, I don’t feel persuaded to withdraw my defence of my favourite president.

            That said, I find myself intrigued, fascinated, and utterly enlightened by your reply, which seems to be par for course when I have the lucky opportunity to discourse with you.

            You know, I went through some of this with Mr. Griffin, when I first met him at SNN, in that he demonstrated, as do you, a remarkable knowledge of ‘American history’, something at which, though I know much more than folks on the street, is just a part of my knowledge – I having spread myself out with European history – that of Prussia, Russia, and France, in particular.

            Thank you for the clarification on ‘the human rights people’ being just early Victorian liberals, in general.

            Concerning that Garrison received very substantive funds from The English, I imagine that this was NOT principally from English Jews, who, at the time, would have been disinterested in promoting the destruction of Southern slavery, when, as they were rather invested in both the textile and slavery trades, would have been sympathetically disposed to The South, and, thus, would be the logical basis for why Davis would think he could make a successful appeal to them.

            Look, let me go out on a deductive limb : Davis and Lee cookt up a strategery that was baset on the assumptions that The South was in woebegone financial and industrial shape; and, that being so, they had to go to someone with reserves of both with a proposition.

            Being that England was running a world-wide racket, and had been for two centuries, by then, they were fleecing the world (much as they do with Washington today) and they would be the logical ones to be able to make the investment.

            Germany was still divided in many small countries, and France, though an empire, was probably still smarting from the last time they had gotten involved here – which lead to a financial and political disaster for them.

            That left Russia, though, as they had just freed their peasants in 1861, and given the fact that they, though a very large empire, were undercapitalized, and had almost no industry, at that time, was not a probable choice.

            You see where I am going ?

            Once Shelby Foote commented on Lee, and he said, ‘Lee became great because he was forcet to take long chances.’

            And so, the more I discuss this with you, the more I realize that England, not matter how improbable, was the only plausible proposition.

            Moreover, let us not forget that Lincoln would have countered this by sending his envoys to remind the wealthy English, particularly Rothschild, that the myriad of lucrative investments lay much ,more with The North, with the developing industry.

            So, I think The North outbid the South, for English aid; and, the English baronial class being in it for #1, chose to go where they felt there interests lay – staying out of the war.

          • We actually agree 100% here. I don’t know how much Davis was involved solely making this decision or whether it was many of the politicians in the Confederate Congress also influencing his decision to wage a war which he called the offensive-defensive strategy. The Confederate media in 1861 wholly supported this mixed strategy and lambasted Stonewall Jackson when he called for a scorched earth campaign.

            Mr. Davis and the Confederates plan of prolonging the war until England or France became interested enough to interfere or until the North collapsed seemed sound to SOME but of course others like Stonewall Jackson believed that the South was doomed if it didnt win quickly. I think Davis and most of the politicians believed the Royal Family did have their best interests at heart and Prince Albert WAS sympathetic to the Southern cause however his death in December, 1861 changed all that.

            Queen Victoria was a bereaved Queen who would spend the next 40 years mourning her husband and she was in no state of mind to make any firm decision on behalf of the CSA and after Albert her ministers told the CSA {Call Us When You Win}. I agree wholeheartedly Davis was right in his reasoning and really had no choice. His wrong was not pressing his advantages hard and making the North bleed.

          • Thank you for this very interesting remark, Mr. Jenkins, and for your admission of concordance.

            Yes, ’twas tragick that The Lord took Albert when he did. If I were not so pious, I might say something about that.

            Yes, I understand that President Davis made some glaring errors, some which he talkt in his later memoirs. Most notably, he alluded to his regret over the continued choice of Bragg for The Army of Tennessee, when, by 1863, it was clear that either Cleburne, Forrest, or a host of others would have been better.

            Beauregard would have been the best, but, the chemistry between Davis and him was so wretched such was not possible in human terms.

            I always come back to the same point – that Davis did a fine job, if not downright outstanding. He put together a credible, government, strategy, and armies, all from scratch, (and under tremendous pressure) when his opponent inherited a bevy of establisht structures, and was allowed powers that Davis was not.

            Davis had to do all this, whilst waging a war against the governors of the Southern States, something which, as I am sure you well know, was a very serious and persistent matter.

            The pressure was immense on him, and he developt that hideous painful facial neuralgia, as a result, yet, he never whined or felt sorry for himself.

            The man exerted great honour, dignity, and Christian class in all his undertakings – from pardoning those many that Lee would wish to execute for desertion, or being patient with the wives of Confederate soldiers – who were rioting,

            President Davis was, all in all, The South rolled into one man, and though some found him thin-skinned and coldly pompous, he fulfilled the role of our demi-god well.

            Certainly, he had the presence of mind to select Lee, which, though criticisms can be leveled at him, will go down as the greatest general in American history.

            No general, in the long history of American war, ever cookt up a Chancelloresville, or managed more brilliant defensive campaigns against much greater numbers and materiale.

            Davis had his hand all over that, as he and Lee collaborated like a hand and glove.

            Furthermore, when many would have broken and bowed under the pressure, or try to save their hide, Davis did not. In fact, even in Danville, he refused to give up.

            And never once did he kiss Yankee ass and issue an apology, or try to appease vitriolick unSoutherners

            These are truly great things – the mark of a great man, yet, all great men must make errors in judgement, for none are the Word or The Light.

            I wish The South could lay claim to other Jefferson Davises in this era, though I only know one who is fit to walk in his shoes – Dr. Michael Hill, of The League of The South.

            Personally, I am damn sick as all get-out of Southern Governors who are New England Government bootlickers.

            I pray, almost daily, for God to position a man, such as Dr. Hill, to lead us, our Southron Nation, into the fray – whether political or martial. I am ready, eager, and actively engaged for either.

            Long Live Dixie – and may our enemies rot!

            God bless you, Mr. Jenkins, and have a fine day!

          • We are in 100% agreement, Davis was fighting a war on all fronts especially against the States Rights Radicals who never seemed to understand that States Rights works well in a time of peace but NOT in a time of war.

            Davis was a student of Classical History, any and all West Point Man had to be in the early 1800’s he understood the concept of the Roman Dictator and that having the latitude to act without bickering bureaucrats wasting valuable time was how wars were won. One advantage Lincoln had was that he governed from the District of Columbia which was independent of State Jurisdiction.

            Davis governed from Richmond and was bound under Virginia Commonwealth Law. Thus had Davis attempted to declare the Confederacy a Police State until the conclusion of the war, its very likely Governor Letcher would have been under pressure by the Jeffersonian crowd to order the Richmond Police Department to place Mr. Davis under house arrest. Mr. Davis knew this and had to finesse certain things, such as suspending Habeus Corpus through in such a way as to not get himself into trouble,

            The vast majority of Davis’s Failings if they could be called that were actually thrust upon him by the Confederate Congress and being in a strict States Rights system, he had no way around them. The fact that his government stood for four years and that he kept the Confederate Government from implosion or an internal coup is truly amazing and puts him on the same pedestal as Julius Caesar. Unfortunately Governor Vance of NC and Governor Brown of GA and their allies in Richmond had the knives of obstruction in their hands.

            The movie BIRTH OF A NATION in 1915 used REAL Union and Confederate Uniforms. In Georgia, North Carolina and a few other places whole warehouses of Uniforms Guns, etc were found completely intact by the Yankees in 1865 and evidently many of these items found their way to collectors and weren’t destroyed. Thus DW Griffith had plenty of clothing to choose from

          • Another amazing and generous reply, Mr. Jenkins. Thank you so very much!

            By the way, in my county we have plenty of Jenkinses, and, most notably, the oldest surviving house of our county is a block and a half from my house – it having been constructed in 17 & 34.

            Coincidentally, This brilliantly restored house is owned by some friends of ours, who, themselves, live in the historick Georgian house of Reverend T******* – the first Baptist clerick who came to preside over our town. Though the Reverend T******* was born in England, and had lived his first 12 years there, by the time the Constitutional Convention came around, he had turned into a fire-breathing Southron; he advocating staunchly for North Carolina to NOT sign on to The Constitution, this because he foresaw it principally as an ‘ungodly document’ whose aims were chiefly to ‘usurp the sovereignty of North Carolina’.

            Apparently, history has vindicated, and continues to so do, the opinion his then neighbours were observed to regard as ‘eccentrick’.

            I did not know about the prickly legalities of the Confederate Government residing in Richmond, and was very interested to read your mentioning of that.

            Exceedingly impresst I am, as usual, by your mentioning of all the complete and resplendent uniforms that were left in a large warehouse in Raleigh, and which were recovered by Beezelbub, when he marcht in, in the early Spring of 1865.

            It’s a perfect analogy for the point you are making about the impossibility of States’ Rights, during wartime, just as were storehouses of foodstuffs that, also, nearby, were in abundance, as The Army of Northern Virginia starved.

            That said, in the defence of my state, I will say that, because of the loss, in January of 18 & 65 of the Weldon Railroad, not far from where my wife and I live today, getting these supplies to Lee had become mighty difficult.

            By that winter, only the Danville Line was functioning well.

            By the way, when I was a youngun’ and uset to play hookey from school, I many times walkt past the yard where that erstwhile silo of uniforms had been kept, and the by then vanquisht Confederate tailor’s buildings.

            Amazing, I had no idea that those uniforms wound up in ‘The Birth of a Nation’.

            You know, I cannot tell you how many times I have watcht that great cinematick production of the Reverend Thomas Dixon’s ‘The Klansmen’; and often feel it is a kind of therapy for me, to see a movie accurateley portray the Period of ‘Reconstruction’, exactly as it occurred – and not as Yankees, and their sundry Southern obsequiants, will have it.

            D.W. Griffith was a wonderful Kentuckian, a son of a Confederate veteran, (see little interview below- 1930) and deservedly coopted by The New England Government culture as ‘The Father of American Cinema’.

            I had no idea that some of those uniforms found their way into the making of ‘The Birth of a Nation’, and will look upon them with a new reverence, when I watch the great saga, again.

            In conclusion to your articulations about the impossibility of conventionals grasping those who are not, I am reminded of the fact that, whenever my wife and I start to come down with something, we make up an old Russian babushka’s tea – it composed of Elderberries, Rosehips, Currants, Raisins, Myrtle tea leaves, and Honey.

            The result of this is that my wife and I are never sick, which, you would think, is a great blessing.

            Still, when we tell others of it, they smile politely, and continue to succumb, every Winter, to every manner of cold, viruses, and the grippe.

            Apparently they prefer to be sick. Either that or they simply cannot believe in anything that does not come from a doctor’s presciption or not of this time in history.

            What I do not know, but, it is, I do b’lieve, a fitting testimony to the turn our conversation has taken.

            All the best to you and yours, in this season of Oure Lord!

          • Not sure if it was those uniforms exactly but it likely was because the uniforms used in the movie were all original NOS and they were likely the unused uniforms seized by the North from the Confederate supply houses and later sold to theatre companies and such. Evidently there were still oodles of them around in 1915

          • Wag Stop Plantation in Spartanburg SC was owned by an extremely distant relative who once served in Antebellum Days as a Representative at the South Carolina Statehouse

          • Beware, Mr. Jenkins – as we may be closer connected than you think.

            I say this because, not only do we share markt affinities for The South, it’s culture, it’s history, and it’s preservation, but, our relatives may know each other.

            I assert this because my mama’s family, (Carrolls & Ellises) in the late 19th century, moved up from isolated Towns County Georgia (slightly west of the Chattahoochee) into the Spartanburg area, where many remain to this day…

            Have a good evening!

          • My direct line of the family came from Eastern Virginia {Goochland, Henrico, Louisa counties} in fact and sometime after the WAR OF 1812 moved to East Tennessee and then up into Eastern Kentucky (Cumberland Gap Region) where they remain today. My grandmothers ancestors were from North Carolina, she was contacted by a distant cousin of hers doing family geneology. Her gr gr gr gr grandfather came to KY in 1806. Another grandfather according to family legends used to trade pelts, he’d go from Eastern Ky down to Knoxville, west to Nashville and down the Natchez Trace to Natchez Miss. The path he likely took was through the Cumberland Gap and over some of the minor trails to Knoxville, then west on the Nashville road and then from Nashville taking the Trace all the way to Mississippi

          • Very interesting to hear. Mr. Jenkins. Thank you for that.

            Our daughter recently married the finest young man, from the hill country in Louisa County. Curiously enough, he possesses a lot of you in him, politically speaking. The wife and I oft drive through the Henrico area.

            Goochland I am less familiar with, as, because of the Yankee invasion of Virginia, the wife and I tend to stay away from parts Richmond north – unless it is in the western part of the state.

            My mama’s mama’s family I have tracet back to the late 18th century settlement of Galax, Virginia, though, many of them, not long after, came south of the line into Sparta, North Carolina, about two centuries back. Their surnames were Moxley, Cox, and Richardson.

            Your family has a lot of Kentucky and Tennessee connections, which mine does not, though, these days, it is certainly my privilege to know plenty of Secessionists and Klansmen, from there.

            A wonderful day to your and yours!

          • Goochland is between Richmond and Charlottesville, there isn’t even a town in the County just the courthouse the unicorporated town is called Goochland or Goochland Courthouse.

            This common thing the Virginians did in very rural Virginia naming the nonexistent County Seat town for the Court House was carried over into the Virginia Settlement in Ohio going toward Cincinnati.

          • Dear Mr. Jenkins,
            Now that I have taken out my atlas and, now that you have mentioned Charlottesville area, I guess we have another near connection, though this one you surely won’t see coming.

            For this we must go back to the late Spring of 1941.

            My daddy, then 25, spent most of his days and nights at the horse-racing tracks in New York State – Aqueduct, Belmont, and, once a year in the summertime, upstate at Saratoga. My grandpa a professional bookie, my daddy came by his love of the pre-rock star rock star life of horses by his blood.

            Unfortunately, WWII was raging, and my daddy’s mama, the religious and moral one of the Hungarian Ashkenazick Jewish family took my daddy aside and prevailed upon him that, by her lights, it simply was not right to be Jewish and to be living the high life while Hitler was killing Jews left and right.

            I don’t know what she said to him, but, in a move uncharacteristick for my daddy, he soon joined the American army.

            Not many were doing that, in the months that led up to Pearl Harbour, and, when Dec. 7 came, things quickly exploded, not to mention the size of the American army.

            Somehow, my daddy wound up the only New York City Jew in a unit of Southerners; people with which, at that time, were as foreign to him as Greeks and Bulgarians – only, with some difficulty, they could communicate in English.

            This unit was the 116th Infantry Regiment of the 29th Infantry Division – a unit which was the feature in ‘Saving Private Ryan’.

            Excepting the West Point officer, Colonel Canhem, and my daddy, the 116th Regiment was formed entirely of good-ole-boys from the rural parts around Charlottesville – men from families with surnames like – Marshall, Purvis, and Peregory.

            Slated to lead the invasion of France, the 29th Infantry Division did not participate in the African and Italian Campaigns, but, went to England in 1942, when it began a long tedium of training for a beach invasion, and where my daddy, whenever he had time off, made forays into the English female countryside – amorous adventures he would never forget, and which the British husbands, servings all across the globe, would remark something bitterly to the tune of – ‘there are too many Yanks and too many of them over here’.

            There are many things I could tell you, Mr. Jenkins, but, to illustrate the relationship between the culture of my mama’s folks and my daddy’s people, I will tell you this little vignette :

            Not long after the 29th Infantry had battled it’s way ashore, my daddy found himself in what was arguably the best assignment for a private soldier in the regiment – he the administrative sergeant for Colonel Canhem.

            One of the things my daddy was, daily, taskt to do was to drive his jeep a half mile up the road to the frontline battalions, where the unpleasantries were going on, and where, after he collected the dogtags of the recently departed, he would return to HQ and type the difficult letters of notification and consolation home to the families.

            It was on one of these trips that he encountered some of his best good-ole-boy buddies, now sergeants, and they had a proposition for him : could he do anything with all the German money that they were collecting off corpses; bodies of those Germans whom they either overcame, or who had made the mistake of attempting to surrender?

            I don’t know how my daddy answered them off the cuff, but, apparently he had been intrigued by their idea, and, not long after, he found a way to launder the money and get all the growing loot into Swiss accounts.

            I mention this, Mr. Jenkins, because I think it gets back into something we were discussing several days back – the relationship of His Excellency, Jefferson Davis, and Southern Jews – those whom he placet into arnaments, supply, and administration of The Confederate Government, over the protests of those who did not think that such was a good idea.

            Merry Christmas!!!

          • One more thing, Mr. Jenkins – our beloved Stonewall Jackson was, as one of my very elderly, and very Confederate neighbours put it, ‘a kook’.

            I say this to underline how unconventional our great general was, merely to point out that this would have unnerved Davis, as Davis was very conventional.

            I go through this all the time, as I am unconventional, and often discomfit those of my more conventional brethren by cursing processt foods, inveighing on cell-phones, railing against fracking, or calling for The South to rise up.

            People like this are very hard for conventional souls to take; and, I do not doubt, would have played a part in Davis and Lee rejecting Jackson’s suggestion, as there is nothing ‘gentlemanly’ about the idea of scorcht earth.

          • 100% Correct. Those of us on the vanguard will always be in opposition to those who value conservatism at all costs. Stonewall had the same problem in 1861 we have now. True genius will always be considered madness by the conservatives and the conventional minded

          • Concerning ‘the equality of the races’, of course, 99.8 % of all White Men, before the 20th century thought themselves superior to The Black man.

            As to the march of ‘equality’ during this day and age, I view it as a ruse – an attempt to marginalize White Power as much as possible.

            I say this because, realistically speaking, equality may occur, briefly and coincidentally, for a time, but, it cannot last, because it is not the way of things.

            Blacks do the quick arts better – speak, think, feel, act, move, improvise.

            Whites do the slow art better- analysis, reflection, supply, self-control, design, analysis, racketeering, plotting, and organization.

            Because of this disparity in skills, blacks will always dominate most positions on the football field, just as Whites will dominate most executive corporate businesses.

            This must be, no matter how much pressure the Yankee Government tries to apply to society.

  9. OK, I’ll fess up. When my old buddy Vlad called me and asked if it was alright if he screwed with our electoral process a bit, I didn’t realize he would take the joke this far. But what’s done is done, OK? Let’s bake some cookies and open a quart of milk. It’s almost Christmas, and we need to spend some on the small business owners in our town.

  10. OK, some leaked emails and tabloid stories about the Hildebeast from Russia vs. 99.9% pro-Democratic propaganda on the lying media and drilled into kids vulnerable minds by the Democratic teachers unions.

  11. Trump’s pick for SOS indicates to me a desire to establish friendly relations with Russia or at least to cease hostile ones. The anti-Putin thing is being driven by the (((Neocons))) ( front men McCain, Graham, McConnell and Schumer demanding an “investigation”) trying to start WWIII and the Clintonistas trying to discredit Trump’s win.

  12. ‘Why Angry White America Fell For Putin’

    In this case, I reckon you might well say this..

    ‘Why White America, that had been lied to enough to vote for Obama, had enough Zionist sand thrown in their face, to refuse to vote for another anti-White candidate.’

  13. “how so many Americans could have been so blinded by their politics…that they were willing to look the other way when another country….intervened in our democratic process.”

    1) Mexican former and current presidents butting into our affairs;
    2) Mexican oligarchs buying large chunks of major media stock and running outlets as their own blogs;
    3) Mexicans waving Mexican flags at campaign events;
    4) Mexican citizens illegally residing in the US actually casting votes in our election.

    Etc., etc…

    Indeed, let us not look away.

    • Giving our country away to 3rd worlders doesn’t bother the VF anti-Whites. The “democratic process” is code for dispossession and Genocide of our race.

    • That’s just evil, white, racist Texans complaining about an imaginary Mexican invasion. ?
      As “Progressives”living safely in their deep North/Portland/Seattle enclaves would say.

      • I know a guy currently living near Killian TX, and he’s said that the biggest reasons Texas hasn’t already gone full secessionist are that 1) Austin is basically a mini-version of Cali 2) There are quite a few White x Hispanic couples in the big cities, 3) The evangelical churches in Texas are often heavily integrated.

        Everyone I know says that rural Texas, on the other hand, is filled with very angry White folks.

          • They’re probably the hipsters who got burned out on trying to ‘fix’ North Minneapolis, Detroit, etc. There’ve been a lot of those types who’ve left the entire Midwest over the last few years, but I always assumed most of them went to Cali and Portland.

          • I moved out of north Dallas until about a year ago. It’s rapidly turning into a tower of babel hell hole….Egyptians, Ethiopians and lord only knows what else are being dumped en masse, not too mention the massive Mexican and Indian (dot, not feather) populations.

            Any time I went to a grocery store or Walmart or whatever, I’d take note of the approximate white percentage. I bugged out when it got down to less than 30%.

            Moreover Dallas is politically quite similar to Minneapolis even if not genetically. Houston too….I’d say the biggest difference between Houston and San Francisco is the humidity, the rate at which the respective cities inhabitants are HIV Positive are probably about the same.

          • I remember cutting across town to Addison and going through an Indian/Paki neighbourhood. I only went to Dallas to go to Bobbye Hall’s, Discount Trains and CTT. I’d stop at Dickie’s BBQ pit in Allen, to eat and remind myself I was still in Texas.

          • The Southern White Man is as ill-suited to urban life as a Negro is the Space Shuttle. Southern Whites are pastoral people the cities were never meant to be little more than trading places and courthouses. Before 1860 EXCLUDING BALTIMORE MARYLAND the only major International city in the South was NEW ORLEANS which had almost 200.000 people. Charleston SC in 1860 which was the second largest had less than 41,000. Richmond had 38,000 people. Mobile had a population of 29,258 which would be comparable today to FLORENCE KENTUCKY outside of Cincinnati today which is about 30,000 people.

            Consider that for a moment folks,in 1860 the second largest city in the ELEVEN CORE CONFEDERATE STATES was less than 41,000 people. Dallas TX had a total population of 500 people which in modern terms would be a blinking light in the middle of town, not even a stoplight,

            A sea change happened in Dixie because of the war and afterward because of the railroads and that was the urban boom. A lot of folks wont talk about this but there was a gigantic number of WHITE ex-Union soldiers who descended into the Southern cities and small towns, in fact there were quite a few Grand Army of the Republic posts even in TEXAS if that could be believed, of course in the urban areas mind you. This happened in most of the major areas of the South where certain railroads went through.

          • Atlanta, Chattanooga, and certain cities in Texas, Arkansas and elsewhere had a large Yankee settlement Post 1865. Margaret Mitchell in GONE WITH THE WIND even made note that many of the Yankees became more Southern than Southerners in their outlook toward the Negro issue after a short time amongst them.

            Of course the most glaring note is South Florida and we must remember Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties coastal region where Flaglers Railroad went through were almost entirely settled by Yankees and then Immigrants, namely Jews. Thus in fact by 1920 you had a situation whereby an entire region of Florida with the largest population had next to NO CONNECTION to the South or true Floridians

            Now most of the growing areas in the South have went through Floridaization

          • Most of them came down in the 70s and 80’s to work for Texas Instruments, Bell Textron, etc. Their kids grew up here. Back in the 70’s, all the transplant kids I knew came from other parts of the South. Their parents got jobs at the TI Sherman facilities.

        • What you are saying. Mr. Vickstrom, is, perhaps, the most diabolical part of the occupation of The South : that by occupying our states with heavily immigranted urban centres, we can never form a coherent resistance to the Evil Empire.

          Soon, however, it will be put to the test, and we’ll see how it holds up.

          • It’s pronounced “Merry Christmas”. Go on, say it.

            You might even start seeing a reflection when you look in the mirror.

          • Yes, WestTexan, I am a Traitor to the government which lays claims to the whole world, it’s people, and it’s resources, for it’s own ends, and to anyone who supports such diabolical misanthropy.

            I’m glad you live there, and not here, in Dixie.

            Thank you for your kind acknowledgement.

            Happy New Year.

          • Of course the South isn’t occupied how ridiculous is that. Obviously we’ve been overrun with Mexicans all along.

        • Texas has the option according to treaty of breaking itself up into five states. Presumably any one of these five states could secede from the rest of Texas or from the United Soviets ( sorry I meant to say the United States. I keep getting the two terms confused for some reason) in principle.

        • Rural Texas used to be full of overweight complacent folk.

          Not any more everyone is looking lean and pissed off these days.

          • You have got to be joking. I live out here. There’s more lazy, republican fat asses than ever. They’re angry, but it’s because they are too stupid to make a living.

          • Hard to believe you’re really from Texas if there’s “more Republicans than ever” around you. Unless you’re referring to Mexicans. There really aren’t that many Whites left in West Texas, just a bunch of Mexicans.

            As you say, Mexicans may be fat, stupid and angry. But they’re not lazy, they have been extremely proactive in taking over the country.

            But you’re from Texas. So you already know all this right?

      • Liberals love diversity is direct proportion as to how far they live from it. Examine liberal writers for prominent newspapers and see where they live. It is in gated communities or majority white or all white areas. And yet they love diversity!

        • They never seem to ask the question why places like South Africa, the American South, Brazil had the race relations they had. They probably think that they just so happened to have all the racist whites move there, while all the goodwhites stayed behind. It is inconceivable for them to ever accept the fact that sometimes the non whites they were living amongst them forced them to make the laws and create societal norms they did.

      • Certainly. I mention Mexico because the visual of Mexicans waving Mexican flags at US campaign events is unmistakable and easier for ‘normies’ to digest.

      • It’s a three-headed monster, M’am – London, Washington, and Rothschild.

        Israel is merely the most beloved manifestation of The Devil’s goat’s head.

      • Damn right! If you really want to see foreign corruption and interference in American government do an expose of AIPAC. It will only get worse with Krusher in control.

  14. I agree that the cold war ended however Putin has a positive view towards ussr, socialistic leanings and is allied to communists. He is secular instead of atheist but still communitarian.

  15. The failures of these people are never their fault. It’s always due to the wickedness, stupidity or blindness of others.

  16. Putin disagrees with the ideological orthodoxy of Marxism, but he’s not an anti-communist or capitalist by any stretch. That’s what the alt right says to justify Russia as having expelled the “Jewish Bolsheviks.” I mean he says he likes socialist ideas, he was in the KGB, Kim Jong Un celebrated Putin’s election. Gorbachev called Putin a “better communist.” Putin said the the breakup of USSR was a disaster.

    More to the point – almost every Marxist I know, from Spark to Beso, sided with Putin regarding his conflict with Georgia. Putin is not viewed as an enemy. If anything Khrushchev is viewed as the enemy.

    • There were pseudomarxists in our circles (like Constantin von hoffmeister, shays, mazdak etc.) but even the legit Marxists supported Putin. The view was that Putin was no worse than revisionists. Sure he’s not Lenin.

      • Absolutely, Miss Denise.

        Practically ever ‘democratick movement’ over yonder has Zionist hands all over it.

        My daddy’s folks are obssesst with choking that part of the world to death, far beyond any other place.

        Why that is, is beyond me.

    • Dear Mr. Besarab,

      As usual, you are up to your not-so-subtle tacticks to try and make folks distrustful of someone.

      Usually, you target Trump and any prominent nationalist, though, in this case it is Putin.

      Putin is much loved by most Russians.

      It has zero to do with capitalism and communism.

      What that is, I’ll leave for you to figure out…

      • Actually, I’m up to not so subtle tactics to argue that Marxism “had the right idea” and that the alt right tactic of opposing the “Jewish Bolsheviks” is not the correct ideology. Perhaps certain Jewish Bolsheviks can be opposed, but not Marxism as a whole.

        The alt right boom is really responsible for this. Back in 2007-2008, nobody would believe that Putin was an anti-Communist. And the old timers were right.

        • Putin is like I was in thephora era. I was not at all anti-communist and admired people like Stalin, Kim Jong Il etc. And I opposed radical antisemitism. At the same time, I was unwilling to align myself directly with Marx because of some of the things he said. I now realize Marx was just one person and appreciate his good observations much more. I disagree with his observation that socialism will lead to a decline in nationality – it didn’t happen when it was practiced.

          • In a nutshell, Mr. Besarab, Jews make very positive contributions to business, art, etertainment, medicine, and science – to name a few.

            Unfortunately, that is outweighed by the political, social, and financial damage that the Jewish Community does, to it’s host country.

            In spite of the determined Jewish grip on the national media, I believe it is only a matter of time before more than half of America comes to this conclusion.

            Despite ‘the good observations of Marx’, he let loose an unparalleled wind of misanthropy on the earth; something which, even after burning out many host countries (and leaving endless mental and physical corpses in it’s wake) is still finding more nations to burn.

            Reflecting on the North Carolina Klan of my childhood, I think they understand this, and, as well, The Jewish inability to live harmoniously in a host culture without usurping it, much more clearly than they have ever been given credit for.

            The KKK were made fun of by those, of higher social classes, who thought they understood, but, who, in spite of their education (or was it because of it) did not comprehend the threat, at all.

            Anyway, thank you for your thoughts.

        • Czar Putin is, as is Trump, a pragmatist.

          His sentimental comments for communism notwithstanding, he has made no attempt to return Russia to it, but, rather, has made a concerted effort to put Russia back on the basis it was in the 19th century.

          He’s done a great job, though, the country is still reeling from the Soviet years, and it will take many decades more to surmount that.

        • They exist, Mr. Owen – both here, in South America, and in France.

          As to ‘willing’, I think they found the one who is that, and his name is Vladimir.

          I believe he had a son a few years back, with his beautiful young lover, and there may be the new dynasty.

    • Putin is like I was in thephora era. I was not at all anti-communist and admired people like Stalin, Kim Jong Il etc. And I opposed radical antisemitism. At the same time, I was unwilling to align myself directly with Marx because of some of the things he said. I now realize Marx was just one person and attribute his good observations much more. I disagree with his observation that socialism will lead to a decline in nationality – it didn’t happen when it was practiced.

  17. The article suggests that Whites were somehow duped into voting Trump by Russia.

    Nonsense, I hated the Clintons decades before this election and the leaks had no bearing on my vote. Even if the Russians were involved, which I doubt, all they did was release information that was damning, factual information.

    She was a horrible candidate coming on the heals of a disastrous racist President.

    • Ronnie – I don’t think the problem is that President Obama is racist – the problem is that he is so anti-White, in a nation of Whites; and, furthermore, that he is in denial of it, to a very large extent.

      Sublimated hostility is very problematick, indeed – particular in positions of power.

    • What Russia did is what Snowden did. Showcase to the American people how dishonest, corrupt, hypocritical, and malevolent the American system actually was. Land of the fees and home of the slaves. Liberal Democracy is neither truly liberal or truly democratic but is the facade behind which a hostile, globalist oriented, elite truly rule. And for illustrating that we should be eternally grateful.

    • The Clinton’s are hated in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and North Louisiana. I heard bad shit about them even before Bill ran for President.

    • A warning to the Russian gov, they will restart the neo-con quest for a military confrontation if they seize power…

      • Dear Lulz,

        It’s a good idea, BUT, the Russian government has been living in this reality since at least the overthrow of the Ukrainian Government, back in 2014.

        They are on a war footing, already.

        Merry Christmas!

  18. When the Soviet Union existed liberals were all about treaties and arm limitations and peaceful coexistence. Truth by told they have a soft spot for Communism with its forced equality and confiscation of wealth. Nationalism proved stronger than Communism in the long run and liberals cant stand that. Now they talk about confronting Putin and what a threat Russia is to the United States and even the desirability of a nuclear war with Russian over Syria with their insane no fly zone.

  19. Assume for moment that everything they claim is true (let me make it clear that I don’t believe it is), how is that justification for changing the election results ? So they hacked the Democrats, so now one must give them the win ?!? Take this logic further, lets say China hacked both the parties, what then ? What happens if they hacked only the Green party to benefit the other parties, must the Green party then be declared the winner ? These are clearly stupid scenarios, but the way I am interpreting their propaganda this is exactly the logic that is being sold here.

  20. Russia is not the enemy of Whites. In fact, we may be saved by White Russia. Western Europe and the U.S. are now full of non-Whites and bedroom genocide is being pushed as normal. It is not. It is evil. It is the extinction of Whites.

    • Yes, Mr. Jenkins, and they are desperate, because they see a Supreme Court composed of Clarence Thomases and Antonin Scalias, and that will be the end of their century long Marxist project.

  21. The problem with domino theory is it supposed that all Marxist revolutions were soviet colonial projects. That’s where the cold war erred. It failed to realize that Vietnam chose Communism – Russia did not “Import” Bolshevism (a regional ideology) into Vietnam. Certainly not China, yet it took until Jimmy Carter for the US to recognize China. Maoism is tactically different from Leninism.

  22. One single sentence disspells all of this “fake” news: “Some call it Communism, I call it Judaism. “-Rabbi Stephen Wise, 1930s USA

    – Who owns the media? Jews
    – Who hates Orthodox Christianity? Jews
    – Who has been in the forefront of legalizing perversity? Jews

    So now the Jews, ever the liars, ever the “fake” white people, are trying to hide behind 1950s era McCarthyism, when it was they who literally crucified Senator McCarthy back in the day?

    Oh what a tangled State we lose, when first we try to appease the Jews.

  23. “1.) First, the Cold War ended in 1991 and with it the Soviet Union’s crusade to spread communism around the world.”

    Nope, 1991 Soviet-Union was subverted by liberalism and the major effort to spread communism worldwide (or at least in continental Europe) was decisively ended on June 22nd 1941. -)

  24. Has the Left provided any solid evidence yet to support their claim/fantasy of Russia interfering in our election?

    Have they explained yet how the $10 million that the Saudis gave Hillary doesn’t count as interference in our election?

    Forgive me for not knowing these things but it’s been years since I paid any attention to mainstream media.

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