Racists are entirely on the left

On the way home but a few notes on our experience here in the US. First this.

Every racist I have come across is on the left. The left are the only people today who seem to notice and dwell on anyone’s racial identity. You cannot say a critical word about anyone associated with the left-side of politics without being accused of being a racist. Even Candace Owen is attacked for being a racist, a white supremacist even.

If you say that a straight out anti-semite is anti-semitic, such as The Congresswoman from Minnesota, the automatic, and only response, is that you are a racist. What she actually said is omitted from the record and ignored. The Moad Squad have only one thing to say about their perpetual accusations is that whomever criticises them, does so only because they harbour racist beliefs. Can this really work all the way to the election? I doubt it, but you never know. But what is clear as day is that no one other than representatives of the left ever says a word about someone’s race. Taking myself as an example of one, it is possibly because it makes no difference whatsoever to anything.

These are my brief notes from Candace taken on Friday. There was more but you will get the idea.

What is the left good at? Marketing.

Blacks are on a Democrat Plan of Action. The left has won the culture wars. One dumb actress is used effectively “to promote ideas to ten million others”.

Conversation must become more colloquial. We have a “hashtag culture” which we need to capture for ourselves. We must laugh more at the left.

What are the true answers: “hard work, family and faith”.

She was speaking to a packed audience of libertarians and conservatives with a standing ovation at the end. What’s this about the content of one’s character being the only criterion for acceptance? It is the one and only criterion that should matter, but unfortunately it is a criterion accepted only on the right.

Additional Note: This was the advertisement for Candace at FreedomFest.

Candace Owens, spokeswoman for TurningPointUSA, will be joining us for the first time to talk about her emotional confrontation and debate with House Democrats on Capitol Hill.

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20 Responses to Racists are entirely on the left

  1. Tim Neilson

    Ah yes, Candace Owens.

    Because of her conservative beliefs she got chased out of a restaurant in the southern USA by a mob of middle class “progressive” whites, and no-one on the left got the irony.

    Ann Coulter said recently “you haven’t really won an argument against a “progressive” until they call you a racist”.

  2. a happy little debunker

    Good news everyone,

    The Tasmanian advocate (Michael Mansell) for allocating 2 actual places in Tassie’s Parliament to Aboriginal community candidates (under the guise of ‘diversity’) was not asked by the ABC local radio host ‘How many of these places would be reserved for women?’ – despite the general topic of the underrepresentation of women in Parliament being cited as an example of such failures in representation.

    It would seem that some intersectional minorities are less equal than others!

    Animal Farm was a warning – not a ‘how to’ guide for dummies.

  3. Iampeter

    Every racist I have come across is on the left.

    Naturally. Racism is collectivist and so belongs on the left wing side of politics if you understand political fundamentals. You’re using terms “the left” to mean “not conservative” but it means all collectivist ideas. This includes nationalism, traditionalism, religion, etc. Not to mention that “race realists,” the alt-right, etc, are conservative factions of racists, so what you’re trying to say is false on the face of it.
    A better way to say it is, not all conservatives are racists but all racists are leftists, including the conservative ones.

    What are the true answers: “hard work, family and faith”.

    That’s not an answer to anything. That is the mindles chant of collectivists and leftists, from the old-school feudalist and traditionalist, through to their modern versions in the Nazi’s and the Communists. Theocrats love this too. There is nothing “right wing” about it, in the proper understanding of the term.

    To be right wing is to stand for individual rights, rights-protecting government and capitalism.
    Conservatives neither understand nor support these concepts. Same for most libertarians who are really just anarchists.

    She was speaking to a packed audience of libertarians and conservatives with a standing ovation at the end

    This is why libertarians and conservatives are a joke.
    Cargo cultists grasping at straws with no understanding of politics.
    They are the religious and politically illiterate arm of the left wing.

  4. Tim Neilson

    This includes nationalism, traditionalism, religion, etc.

    Poor old Iamashiteater, Mr conceited ignorant sub-cretinous arseclown strikes again.

    “Religion” need have nothing to do with collectivism. The Stylites may have been loonies but you couldn’t describe them as being “collectivist” without being a total imbecile or liar.

    And, as anyone who knows anything about Christianity (as opposed to merely pontificating about it) is aware, Christianity is not “collectivist”.

  5. mh

    Ayn Rand, definitely a collectivist.

  6. PoliticoNT

    Gets back to the question, ‘within a legal/legislative context – how could we ‘ban’ race, or at least its application’?

    Worth a think.

  7. Elderly White Man From Skipton

    Are populists all on the left? I think not. But I do find often that populists are inclined to race baiting. There is no doubt that today’s social media world has made populism and race baiting very prominent in “politics”, even if it’s usually got nothing to do with policy of any kind.
    I can’t recall a time when race and religion were mentioned so frequently by leading figures. Despite the fact that most people go about their days without any issue with the beliefs or appearance of those they meet.

  8. Rex Mango

    If you want to see racism, watch Q&A. Whenever any topic regarding race is aired, immediately the camera finds someone of colour in the audience.

  9. Percy Popinjay

    Because of her conservative beliefs she got chased out of a restaurant in the southern USA by a mob of middle class “progressive” whites, and no-one on the left got the irony.

    Just as Andy Ngo was beaten senseless by Portlandian white middle class fascist hypocrites because “racism” and no-one on the left got the ironing then, either.

    Mr conceited ignorant sub-cretinous arseclown

    LOL – you do damn the imbecile with faint praise, Mr Neilson.

  10. max

    Gary North:

    There is a great divide separating men: conflicting confessions.

    Men seek other forms of unity besides Trinitarian confession. There are rival confessions regarding religion, politics, language, and culture. But the most powerful of all rival unities through the ages is racial unity. This unity is declared as primary again and again in history. Skin of different colors, hair of different types, eyes differently shaped: here are the building blocks of racialist social theories. Even the attraction between the sexes — a powerful biological drive — is said to be secondary to the importance of race. Interracial marriages are called “mongrelization,” as if men were animals.

    Christianity subordinates sexual bonding to confession. Racism subordinates sexual bonding to race. The Christian insists that a confusion of parental confessions places the children in eternal jeopardy. The racialist insists that a confusion of parental races places the children outside the bounds of acceptable society: the half-breed as cultural nomad. The Christian announces a confessional covenant. The racialist announces a blood covenant. The Christian denies the legitimacy of a blood covenant, save one: the judicial covenant based on Christ’s shed blood.

  11. Dr Fred Lenin

    Saw an English detective show on youtube ,a speaker is harassed by a violent threatening group while speaking at a university , group of detectives talking about this after he is murdered , one says “they are a violent group of “anti racists ,all white of course “ the other cops say “yes ,thats normal for racist gangs ,blacks dont join them “

  12. wal1957

    Could everybody please stop feeding the resident troll.
    I have stopped reading anything he posts. I can only suffer a small amount of ego-driven mania.

  13. The Beer Whisperer

    Naturally. Racism is collectivist and so belongs on the left wing side of politics if you understand political fundamentals.

    FMD, you’re right. I’ve been saying this for ages.

    What’s going on? Why are you making sense?

    Of course, you got it wrong eventually with religion, as Christianity is not collectivist. Nationalism is, though, and should be differentiated from patriotism.

    Why did you bag libertarians, though? They are individualists by definition. Sure, some forget the concept of liberty from and concentrate only on liberty to, but that’s their mistake, not liberty.

  14. stackja

    Most Australians are racists on the first Tuesday in November. Probably many leftists too. Racism is Australian as kangaroos.

  15. Iampeter

    Could everybody please stop feeding the resident troll.
    I have stopped reading anything he posts. I can only suffer a small amount of ego-driven mania.

    If what I’m saying is trolling then this is either not a right wing blog or you’re in the wrong place.
    Either way, it still wouldn’t be trolling.

    FMD, you’re right. I’ve been saying this for ages.
    What’s going on? Why are you making sense?

    I’m always saying the same thing over and over so nothing has changed on my end.

    Of course, you got it wrong eventually with religion, as Christianity is not collectivist.

    Christianity is where communism comes from. It’s the source of the idea that the ideal society is from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. All of it’s teachings are about self sacrifice for the greater good and it’s holiest symbol is literally a human sacrifice for the sins of others.
    All religions are collectivist by their very nature, but none as explicitly as Christianity.

    Nationalism is, though, and should be differentiated from patriotism.

    I agree. But I would add that most conservatives, like Kates, are Nationalists NOT patriots.
    You can’t be patriotic about what you don’t understand and conservatives don’t understand the West.
    They think it’s ideally a cross between Saudi Arabia and Nazi Germany. That is very wrong.

    Why did you bag libertarians, though? They are individualists by definition.

    That’s the thing. Libertarians can’t even define individualism. They are mostly just economists, which cannot be used to derive your politics, because it comes after it in the conceptual hierarchy. As such they try to use economics to describe everything, equating government action with private action, which leads them to opposing all forms of government, which leads them to supporting anarchy and mindless applauding the collectivist blathering of a fascist like Owen Candice.

    Neither conservatives nor libertarians have a grasp of political theory. They just have random positions on random issues for random reasons.

  16. Atoms for Peace

    In my not so humble opinion, the left is resurrecting apartheid based on identity politics.

  17. mem

    The progressive (repressive) left have run out of real issues to divide and “conquer” so concoct issues without foundation hoping to build support e.g. racism, climate denial-ism. fascism, sexism etc. What else do they have available as a lever? Many progressives are well above the poverty line and can’t quite cut it as “us poor working class” anymore. I recall a Labor politician in the western suburbs of Sydney complaining that his constituents would be disadvantaged through an increase in medicare, as the average household income was only $150,000!

  18. Tim Neilson

    Christianity is where communism comes from. It’s the source of the idea that the ideal society is from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.

    No it isn’t. The New Testament tells us nothing about how society should be organised. It’s totally focussed on the individual. Just not in the materialist secular humanist way in which you imprison yourself intellectually.

    All of it’s teachings are about self sacrifice for the greater good

    Nonsense. The Christian way of life is for the individual’s own good. Just not in the materialist secular humanist way in which you imprison yourself intellectually.

    it’s holiest symbol is literally a human sacrifice for the sins of others

    Yes, so that the ultimate outcome of our lives doesn’t depend on the success or failure of our own efforts – especially not the material success or failure of our own efforts.

    FFS Iamashiteater, stop making yourself an object of ridicule and contempt by pontificating on something about which you’re so clearly so colossally ignorant.

  19. Iampeter

    FFS Iamashiteater, stop making yourself an object of ridicule and contempt by pontificating on something about which you’re so clearly so colossally ignorant.

    I see you have as much self awareness as you have knowledge of anything else.

  20. AlanR

    What a pile of absolute bull shit you are telling yourselves … “all racists are on the left”. You’ve obviously never read many of the posts on this blog site.

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