Too Far Gone: OD In 2017

“Too Far Gone.”

In searching for a theme for 2017, those are the words that kept popping into my head. That’s what I expect to be writing about on OD in the year ahead. The phrase “Too Far Gone” comes from Volume 13 of The Walking Dead Comic and was depicted on the second half of Season Five of the television series.

Rick Grimes and his group of battle-hardened, red-pilled survivors of the zombie apocalypse arrive at the gates of the Alexandria Safe Zone. The people inside the Alexandria Safe Zone are naïve, weak and complacent. They don’t understand what life is like now outside of the walls. They don’t get it … don’t grasp their own vulnerabilities and the precariousness of their situation. They’re busily rebuilding civilization.

Can Rick’s group assimilate with the Alexandrians or have they been out there on the fringe too long? Are they “too far gone” to fit in inside the walls?

How is this like Trump’s America?

1.) All of us who have existed beyond the pale of respectability for years (I’m including everyone here, regardless of how you label yourself) are about to enter the gates of this false paradise next month.

2.) The people in the false paradise are like the Alexandrians. They’re naïve, weak and complacent. They live in the present and suffer from a false sense of security. These people want to take their blue-pill, wear their Trump hat, say their MAGA prayer and sleep soundly at night. Reality has other plans for them.

3.) We’re like Rick in the sense that we don’t trust our new surroundings. We’ve chosen to enter this world out of self-interest, but we don’t really believe in it. If you are really “red-pilled,” you know it is an illusion; the underlying racial and cultural demographics of America are rapidly changing and you know what that portends. The enemy has been beaten in one battle, but hasn’t been destroyed.

4.) The hope and optimism of the Trump campaign is about to collide with the reality of the Trump administration under which pro-Whites will likely still be stigmatized. Trump seems to be too timid to challenge the reigning taboos, but at the same time too politically vulnerable to enforce them.

5.) The Alt-Right isn’t going to be content to be locked in the basement of a reinvigorated mainstream conservatism and treated like a retarded cousin for the next 4 years. This clash over the “Deploraball” is a sign of things to come.

In 2017, we are going to explore this dynamic. I’m going to do a lot of political punditry. I’m going to write about how we are adjusting to this new environment. I also plan to return to other more traditional topics like the South. We’re going to cover the Trump administration as it unfolds and its impact on our community at every step of the way.


  • Captain John Charity Spring MA

    What is actually deplorable (racist, sexist, homophobic) about these characters like Milo, Vox, Cernovich?

    They are just cowardly opportunistic pricks.

  • Laguna Beach Fogey

    Great analogy.

  • Ulfric

    I agree that the deploraball scuffle shows that the alt-right is going to keep rustling all the jimmies and making everyone’s lives uncomfortable. It’s a good thing.

    Were going to call out every promise that was made by Trump. These faggots in the alt-lite and conservatism can forget going back to sleep for shekels.

  • DD

    Let’s not jump the gun just yet (although you are probably right), wait and see. Also, the Southern history and slavery stuff you did a few years back was phenomenal. That said, Hunter & OD crew, fellow readers- have a Happy New Year.

  • Realistically, this idea that we are going to remain marginalized and yet simultaneously be Trump’s biggest cheerleaders like we were during the campaign isn’t going to work.

  • Arthur Vickstrom

    The Alt-Right isn’t going to be content to be locked in the basement of a reinvigorated mainstream conservatism and treated like a retarded cousin for the next 4 years.

    The reason our movement will eventually prevail – no matter how difficult the road to victory may be – is that we are the future.

    Movement conservatism itself is a relic of the Enlightenment and progressivism is its bastard child.

    And as our movement matures, the liberal family will be forced to close ranks. And then the world will see the two party system for the sham it is.

  • the Southerner

    One of the better alt-right accounts, good analogy.

  • YHW

    I don” ‘t take the “Alt Lite” and their squabbles and nastiness very seriously. I’m sure we all wound up “following” many of them on Twitter because they were proTrump. I expect we’ll all start unfollowing them now. I’ve already unfollowed Bill Mitchell and a few others. I don’t think they had much to do with Trump winning.

    IMO, Obama was really “out there” in hostility for ordinary white people and so is Hollywood. Every cop/law enforcement show has a black person as the boss. Get you used to the idea that you’re going to work under black bosses. Interracial couples every where. Get you used to the idea your kid will marry or have a child with a black person. Why? Because we said so! Its been so . . . irrational. Theres no rational reason for all the promoting of black people as superior. Biggest laugh is that they are our “moral conscience” because of MLK. I saw a stupid TV show about time travel the other day and the 2 white travelers are saved because the black one says something nice about them. Their captor refers to the whites as “people like you.” At least we’re still “people,” theres that.

    Rainbow lights at the White House to celebrate victory over . . . other Americans. And on and on so much hostility. Hillary Clinton churned out hate. At my house we joke that she calls everyone “shitkickers” like she called the Secret Service in that book about her. She’s probably been calling all the blacks who didn’t show up for her “shitkickers.”

    Just that he won is a big victory because its a victory over people who hate us.

  • YHW

    Trump is a guy who understands that you cannot integrate blacks into an apartment complex more than maybe 10% or the whole place is going to go to hell. Coming from Germans on one side myself, there is no way on earth I believe he’s so gaga for Jews. I can well imagine what his father talked about in their chats about how to run a business in New York. Remember that time he told them he knew those rich Jews wouldn’t support him because he didn’t want their money?

    IMO, Ivanka is the bigger danger to Trump wimping out or marginalizing his supporters. Nothing that I’ve read about her views makes me want to see her have any power. She must be an impossible spoiled brat. I wasn’t unhappy those 2 gay guys were mean to her; hope it gave her second thoughts about how she was going to supplant Melania as the “First Lady.” (which was weird and stupid). And she did not win one single vote for him. No one voted for Trump because of Ivanka.

  • Captain John Charity Spring MA

    Obama was a Megatroll.

  • Bill Jackson

    Just keep trolling the Respectable Conservatives. Troll, troll, troll. Keep the public laughing at them.

  • Bill Jackson

    I’m starting to think Trump is a bit like Deegan. He has no use for “friends”, he wants people that produce for him.

    I have seen Ivanka speak and I saw nothing really. Unlike Trump she has never had to make it in the real world. She is a softy. A powder puff. She’s of no concern.

  • rpm

    Trump victory speech one thing he said that struck a note.I won’t forget about you.

    He’ll do far better than previous presidents that were timid of being label racists.

  • Another “read my lips” moment in time.

  • I heard through the grapevine that if we’re all really good in 2017 and drop the whole pro-White thingy, TrumpGod and his disciples might throw a little something our way.

    Ladies and gentlemen, there could be a few Trump Steaks and some Trump Water on the horizon if we mind our P’s and Q’s. If we’re really, really good, then there might even be some leftover Trump University brochures for us as well.

  • DenisetheCelt

    Rick’s an oil-drilling Kike, who fucks up everything he does.

  • DenisetheCelt

    Happy New Year! Keep the White Faith!

  • nyashmyash

    Wake up and smell Milo’s arse. It’s a New Current Year, and SO MUCH WAS ACHIEVED in the last current year. I mean, the UK left the EU, ZOG was overthrown, Goldman-Sachs was booted out of the White House, Swamp-Drainers were elected, Neo-Cons were defeated, Italians voted against government reforms that have since been implemented.

    The Alt-Right are Trump’s niggers (as much as Obongo’s “hope’n’change” niggers were), and Trump is The Kike’s Main Nigger now.

    AMERICA’S “UNBREAKABLE BOND”AGE

    Joint Statement from Jason Dov Greenblatt and David Melech Friedman, Co-Chairmen of the Israel Advisory Committee to Donald J. Trump

    Jason Dov Greenblatt: Executive Vice-President and Chief Legal Officer of The Trump Organization, co-chairman of Mr. Trump’s Israel Advisory Committee & Co-Founder of InspireConversation.com [and Trump’s Special Representative for International Negotiations]

    David Melech Friedman: Attorney for Donald Trump and The Trump Organization, Donald Trump’s nominee as the United States Ambassador to Israel, co-chairman of Mr. Trump’s Israel Advisory Committee & President of the American Friends of Bet El Institutions, an educational organization located in the West Bank settlement of Beit El

    It has been an exhilarating election cycle. Approximately seven months ago, we were blessed to have been tapped by Donald J. Trump to be his top advisors with respect to the State of Israel. We have been fortunate to work with a talented team of people and have put together the below positions. Each of these positions have been discussed with Mr. Trump and the Trump campaign, and most have been stated, in one form or another, by Mr. Trump in various interviews or speeches given by him or on his social media accounts. For those of you who are true friends of the State of Israel, and for those of you who believe that the State of Israel and the United States of America have an unbreakable friendship, we urge you to read the below. We would like to express our gratitude to those individuals who have helped us over the past few months — we truly appreciate your efforts, friendship and guidance. We would also like to express our gratitude to our friend, a great friend of the State of Israel, Donald J. Trump, who gave us the tremendous opportunity to serve in this capacity. May God bless the United States of America and the State of Israel.

    · The unbreakable bond between the United States and Israel is based upon shared values of democracy, freedom of speech, respect for minorities, cherishing life, and the opportunity for all citizens to pursue their dreams.

    · Israel is the state of the Jewish people, who have lived in that land for 3,500 years. The State of Israel was founded with courage and determination by great men and women against enormous odds and is an inspiration to people everywhere who value freedom and human dignity.

    · Israel is a staunch ally of the U.S. and a key partner in the global war against Islamic jihadism. Military cooperation and coordination between Israel and the U.S. must continue to grow.

    · The American people value our close friendship and alliance with Israel — culturally, religiously, and politically. While other nations have required U.S. troops to defend them, Israelis have always defended their own country by themselves and only ask for military equipment assistance and diplomatic support to do so. The U.S. does not need to nation-build in Israel or send troops to defend Israel.

    · The Memorandum of Understanding signed by the American and Israeli Governments is a good first step, but there is much more to be done. A Trump Administration will ensure that Israel receives maximum military, strategic and tactical cooperation from the United States, and the MOU will not limit the support that we give. Further, Congress will not be limited to give support greater than that provided by the MOU if it chooses to do so. Israel and the United States benefit tremendously from what each country brings to the table — the relationship is a two way street.

    · The U.S. should veto any United Nations votes that unfairly single out Israel and will work in international institutions and forums, including in our relations with the European Union, to oppose efforts to delegitimize Israel, impose discriminatory double standards against Israel, or to impose special labeling requirements on Israeli products or boycotts on Israeli goods.

    · The U.S. should cut off funds for the UN Human Rights Council, a body dominated by countries presently run by dictatorships that seems solely devoted to slandering the Jewish State. UNESCO’s attempt to disconnect the State of Israel from Jerusalem is a one-sided attempt to ignore Israel’s 3,000-year bond to its capital city, and is further evidence of the enormous anti-Israel bias of the United Nations.

    · The U.S. should view the effort to boycott, divest from, and sanction (BDS) Israel as inherently anti-Semitic and take strong measures, both diplomatic and legislative, to thwart actions that are intended to limit commercial relations with Israel, or persons or entities doing business in Israeli areas, in a discriminatory manner. The BDS movement is just another attempt by the Palestinians to avoid having to commit to a peaceful co-existence with Israel. The false notion that Israel is an occupier should be rejected.

    · The Trump administration will ask the Justice Department to investigate coordinated attempts on college campuses to intimidate students who support Israel.

    · A two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians appears impossible as long as the Palestinians are unwilling to renounce violence against Israel or recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state. Additionally, the Palestinians are divided between PA rule in the West Bank and Hamas rule in Gaza so there is not a united Palestinian people who could control a second state. Hamas is a US-designated terrorist organization that actively seeks Israel’s destruction. We will seek to assist the Israelis and the Palestinians in reaching a comprehensive and lasting peace, to be freely and fairly negotiated between those living in the region.

    · The Palestinian leadership, including the PA, has undermined any chance for peace with Israel by raising generations of Palestinian children on an educational program of hatred of Israel and Jews. The larger Palestinian society is regularly taught such hatred on Palestinian television, in the Palestinian press, in entertainment media, and in political and religious communications. The two major Palestinian political parties — Hamas and Fatah — regularly promote anti-Semitism and jihad.

    · The U.S. cannot support the creation of a new state where terrorism is financially incentivized, terrorists are celebrated by political parties and government institutions, and the corrupt diversion of foreign aid is rampant. The U.S. should not support the creation of a state that forbids the presence of Christian [?] or Jewish citizens, or that discriminates against people on the basis of religion.

    · The U.S. should support direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians without preconditions, and will oppose all Palestinianm European and other efforts to bypass direct negotiations between parties in favor of an imposed settlement. Any solutions imposed on Israel by outside parties including by the United Nations Security Council, should be opposed. We support Israel’s right and obligation to defend itself against terror attacks upon its people and against alternative forms of warfare being waged upon it legally, economically, culturally, and otherwise.

    · Israel’s maintenance of defensible borders that preserve peace and promote stability in the region is a necessity. Pressure should not be put on Israel to withdraw to borders that make attacks and conflict more likely.

    · The U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as the eternal and indivisible capital of the Jewish state and Mr. Trump’s Administration will move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.

    · Despite the Iran Nuclear deal in 2015, the U.S. State Department recently designated Iran, yet again, as the leading state sponsor of terrorism — putting the Middle East particularly, but the whole world at risk by financing, arming, and training terrorist groups operating around the world including Hamas, Hezbollah, and forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The U.S. must counteract Iran’s ongoing violations of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action regarding Iran’s quest for nuclear weapons and their noncompliance with past and present sanctions, as well as the agreements they signed, and implement tough, new sanctions when needed to protect the world and Iran’s neighbors [nuclera-armed Israel, Pakistan and India?] from its continuing nuclear and non-nuclear threats.

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  • nyashmyash

    She performed kabbalistic rites at the grave of Chabad Lubavitch Rebbe Schneerson just before the election.

  • jaye ellis

    Just concentrate on State and local politics.

    Find some locals who do Trump politics

    Also let s get some local Breitbart news networks going

  • rpm

    The Bushes family were RINO.

  • rpm

    extent of hand dominance?

  • Bill Jackson

    When the entire Republican Party is RINO, what is a RINO?

  • Sam J.

    Every time I see Melania her facial expression looks to me like she swallowed bitter poison. I think she hates all this and would love nothing better than to stay in New York with her buddies and sip tea or whatever they do. I’m not saying this to be negative I just don’t think she likes this at all. Can’t blame her. Washington is an evil place.

  • Bill Jackson

    If you look at Melania’s Twitter account before Donald’s run, she showed no interest in politics. Just enjoying life and girly things.

  • Jerry Kleinfeld

    I never watched that zombie apocalypse show. Am I missing anything? If it’s a got a coon and a slope in the cast I don’t think I’m interested.

  • rpm

    Bunch of pussies.

  • Bill Jackson

    If you could take out the non-whites, race mixing, fag and lesbo propaganda, it would be an okay show, but we live in the Wiemar Republic.

  • Fr. John+

    This is nothing new. “In the world, but not of it. “

  • JMoore

    I am hoping and praying hard for a great dissolving of Zionist power in the new year. World Jewry after WW2 created a global criminal cabal of vast influence, power, and destruction. They have suffred major setbacks in Brexit, Trump, and especially Christian Russias amazing victory in Syria. The alternative media, like this here, is tearing away the veil they have hidden behind, and if enough people are woke to the real activities of the Synagogue of Satan, their NWO will crumble like the house of cards it is. Hail Victory.

  • rpm

    Israel a vacation resort and the Palestinians are like Mexicans working in crop fields.

  • BobWhitakerisokay

    Of late, at least two anti-Whites have come out on social media proclaiming support of White Genocide. This is a favorable trend which I hope continues.The normies need to know how much anti-Whites hate them. Too many on our side are too timid to tell them, even at this late date.

  • BobWhitakerisokay

    We are the future or there is no future.

  • BobWhitakerisokay

    Pro-Israel was a given. Will he deliver or renege on building the wall and at least deporting 2-3 million criminals? We’ll know one way or another first 100 days.

  • H.D. Wayne

    Awesome to hear, Mr. Wallace. Also I want to say that you do a pretty remarkable job of tying in elements of pop culture to our present political concerns. The clips of TWD, Rome, Bane speeches, etc. also seem to up the “cool” factor for all of my friends but especially my fellow young guys when I share your stuff with them. I believe it actually helps quite a bit.

  • H.D. Wayne

    Very excited about more Southern history as well.

  • TheLulzWarrior
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  • BobWhitakerisokay

    This is the kind of bait cuckservatives will try to get our people to jump at. Why not victory gin and victory cigarettes (so un PC to smoke now) while we’re at it? The pro-White thingy is more important now than ever before.

  • BobWhitakerisokay

    A normal First Lady would be nice for a change.

  • Copperhead

    Just from the people Trump wants to hire, it doesn’t look very alt. right to me. What it looks like is mainstream Republican, like Reagan, or neo-con, like George W Bush. They seem to be the same kind of people, the kind who want to start wars and send kids from Podunk U.S.A off to get shot up in, but don’t want there own kids, or anybody from their class sent to war. Or rich twats, who have had every privilege that can be had, but don’t think they should have to pay taxes, the billionaires who think they’re overtaxed. The concept that corporate America is overtaxed is one of the biggest lies of the last 35 years. In a given year a third or more of fortune five hundred companies pay little or nothing in taxes. A few years ago, Warren Buffet said his secretary paid more in taxes that he did. The idea that the American rich are being harassed is one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard.