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Noted in Passing: Cancel Culture is a Dress Rehearsal for Mass Murder

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2. Whiteness as a disease / parasitical entity.

So I was listening to The Kuhner Report while driving one kid back from a doctor’s appointment and my jaw hit, well, my lap because I was driving. He discussed the journal article (e.g., discussed here and here) that states that “whiteness” is parasitical, a disease, etc. Now, replace that with “Christian” or “Jewish”… Let alone that Yale psychopath talking about using a revolver to blow white peoples’ brains out, and more.

And it’s everywhere, I can’t even begin to scratch the surface of the seething loathing towards any white person from our so-called elites, and non-whites in this country – let alone the self-imposed guilt too many “woke” persons are imposing on themselves.

 Elsewhere: Black Man Goes On Shooting Spree Targeting White Men, Police Stop Answering Calls After BLM Riots

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  • Christopher L Hunt June 16, 2021, 4:11 PM

    There’s a hard rain a-comin’

  • EX-Californian Pete June 16, 2021, 4:38 PM

    Over the last few years, (probably about 6 or 7 now) not one single person has asked me any of the questions that used to be so ‘popular’-

    “Why do you own so many firearms?”
    “Why do you own/reload so much ammo?”
    “Why would anyone need a magazine that holds more than 10 rounds?”
    “Why do you work out so much?”
    “Why did you move to such a rural area?”

    I wonder why…

  • John the River June 16, 2021, 6:27 PM

    Turning in my application for a firearms license, one requirement is a letter to the Chief of Police explaining why I feel I should be granted a license (GS don’t have a stroke).
    I’ve decided not to mention this kind of thing because it would probably mark me as a dangerous White Supremacist and I’d be disqualified.

  • gwbnyc June 16, 2021, 7:44 PM

    Prescient, this. But what is foreknowledge of previous events?

    Leninism/Stalinism, where cancel culture was a bullet behind your ear in the basement of the Lubyanka Insurance Company. The Khrushchev years brought assignment to mental institutions rather then execution.

    good read:

    The New Criterion
    Features October 2019
    “Leninthink” by Gary Saul Morson On the pernicious legacy of Vladimir Lenin.

  • ghostsniper June 17, 2021, 4:31 AM

    @John, get the “lifetime” version if you can so that you don’t have to pretend to be subservient on this issue. My first one was for 5 years then I had to go through the whole process where I got the lifetime version.

    Hey, tyranny being what it is, we all have to kiss gov’t ass now and again. I just gave it a big ol’ wet one right on the mouth last week by paying $84 for a license plate on a vehicle I drive less than 2000 miles a year. If I could buy a lifetime version I surely would. Funny, when I lived in FL I drove 10k+ per year and only paid $29 for a tag.

    One last thing. Practice carrying an UNLOADED gun for a few weeks til you get all the bugs out. Also, just because you buy a holster doesn’t mean you can’t buy another. Carriers usually have several before they get it right. It has to be 100% comfortable otherwise you won’t want to do it.

  • brinster June 17, 2021, 6:14 AM

    Bellyband works for me. Barely know it’s there. Added bonus it lessens my girth a little.

  • Donald Sensing June 17, 2021, 7:08 AM

    There was a time when I would have laughed him out of the room. I am not laughing now.

  • Bob57 June 17, 2021, 7:14 AM

    Ghostsniper is right on the concealed carry holster. After a few attempts at buying the right holster, I’ve settled upon a combination leather/kydex holster. It is comfortable enough to wear it all day and everyday. That’s important as Ghostsniper says, because it allows you to get comfortable with having a loaded weapon hidden on your person. Then when you are in public, you are not giving away the fact that you are carrying. My personal philosophy is that carrying all the time is critical since trouble (like somebody who might take umbrage with my whiteness) doesn’t send invitations.

  • Annie Rose June 17, 2021, 7:19 AM

    If you are a white male,you are now the prime target.My husband regularly has women of all ages and races, but particularly white, middle age, angry looking women plow into him with their shopping carts when he is shopping. It’s like he has a target on his back. Maybe he reminds the. Of their ex-husbands. It’s weird. I’ve seen him down an aisle from me,standing to the side and watched as a woman careened her cart into him. She had an entire half of the aisle to go around him. I had words with her along the line that if she did that again,I would knock her flat on her ass. I swear that there is a bullseye on his back side. He’s just an average size guy and tall, so there’s no way they don’t see him. He is a true gentleman, so he never says anything to them. There’s a lot of pent up anger out there towards white males and it’s just itching to fully let loose. Stay safe white dudes—oh, and take a woman with you when you go shopping, for protection!

  • John The River June 17, 2021, 7:23 AM

    GS Thanks for the advice but I’m unlikely to “be allowed” to get a license to carry. In this state you apply for a firearms license, if approved they tell you what restrictions it comes with. After the issuance of the license, then you can appeal ever have a hearing. With a Massachusetts judge.
    If lucky I’ll get a license that lets me transport a gun between the house and the range. At least after I get a license I’ll finally be able to go shopping for a weapon and ammunition.

    There is no “Lifetime”, all licenses now must be renewed, I think it’s every five years. There used to be lifetime firearms licenses, I had one many decades ago. I let it lapse.

  • ghostsniper June 17, 2021, 8:14 AM

    @John, a point to ponder that I have lived all of my adult life: “I will not be chained in any manner nor will I be victimized. Criminal laws do not pertain to me or any sane person.”

    I’m willing to bend a little to avoid problems but only I get to determine when the bending becomes too much. This is the only life I’ll ever own and I will live it as I see fit and nobody gets to say anything about it. The very gall of anyone ASSuming they get to dictate anything at all to other people. The day is fast approaching when people like that will be dispatched on the spot.

  • NITZAKHON June 17, 2021, 8:22 AM

    Thank you for picking up on my post. Appreciate it.

    @Donald Sensing. You got it. If you told me even five years ago that there was a DS, a depopulation movement at the highest levels, etc., I’d have laughed and smiled and nodded… while I slowly backed away and looked for an excuse to make a break for the door.

    And if the site will permit, I have a new one up. It’s a little long, but… in a similar vein. I (think) I’ve coined a new term, “The Twenty-Niners” for people who – despite all evidence – simply will not see anything but the normalcy.


  • Calsdad June 17, 2021, 8:45 AM

    @John the River:
    If you’re a MA resident , you’re basically held hostage to the whims of your town police chief in regards to getting a Class A LTC (license to carry). In some towns they’re really pretty good, in others – not so much. When I first applied in my town the inspector I dealt with on the interview process came right out and said they fully supported the right to bear firearms – and even gave me tips on good places to go and buy guns and ammo. That was 15 years ago now though – not sure if they’re still of that same mindset. My license renewal went thru without a hitch a few years back though.

    The thing to understand is that MA has state level restrictions – mostly around the state-level “assault weapon” ban , which roughly matches the prior Federal level ban. Then there’s the restrictions on what pistols you can buy in the state – which must be on an “approved” list …. IF you buy from a dealer. Buying thru private sale – you are not restricted to just what’s on the list. Many LEOs buy Glocks (as a for instance) – which are not on the list for “civilians” – and then sell them private sale. Glocks are pretty common in MA in my experience – despite recent models not being on that list.

    If you’re getting further restricted – that’s on the town police chief. And many of them do that. They’ll give you a Class A license – and then say you’re restricted from carrying. Time to get rid of that police chief – or move to another town.

  • EX-Californian Pete June 17, 2021, 9:37 AM

    I’ve had a few CCW permits, and no longer feel the need for one.
    There’s pros and cons to having one.
    PRO-Once you get it, any Cop that pulls you over knows in advance you’re not a problem or felon.
    CON- I’ve met a few Cops that don’t like citizens carrying, but that’s rare.
    PRO-Self-protection, peace of mind.
    CON- You immediately get entered into a whole crapload of “agency files.” Some files are public, and some can be hacked.
    CON- Some laws prohibit being within 1000′ of a school etc., so you need to avoid certain locations.
    PRO- No more need to “run away” from a life-threatening situation- it’s now an option.
    CON- Once you start carrying, you ABSOLUTELY need to become mentally (and legally) prepared to take a human life, and make sure you have the proper skills to do so. If you have a quick temper, lose it, or don’t carry.
    CON- If you travel, now you need to learn every single state’s gun & carry laws.
    PRO- Once you start carrying, you’ll naturally become aware of your 360 degree surroundings, and pay a lot closer attention to people around you and recognizing potential threats.
    CON- Constant concern about the way you’re dressed, and if you’re “printing”- especially in hot weather.
    PRO- Calling 911 becomes a secondary requirement instead of a primary one.

    Hey Ghost- I believe you might have meant to say practice carrying unloaded AT HOME to familiarize yourself with carrying, since an unloaded weapon in public in public wouldn’t be a good idea.

    Me, I don’t carry any more, but I’ve been known to “keep one handy” now & then.

  • EX-Californian Pete June 17, 2021, 10:04 AM

    OOPS- One very important CON I forgot to list- when carrying, never ever have even a single drop of alcohol in your bloodstream, and the same goes for certain prescription medications.

  • ghostsniper June 17, 2021, 10:42 AM

    @Pete, that’s not what I meant. Carrying an unloaded gun is no worse than not carrying a gun at all. My suggestion was for initial training purposes, to get used to carrying a gun.

  • Arizona June 17, 2021, 11:06 AM

    THE LORD WARNED ALL THE STUPID PEOPLE IN AMERICA,Your Government IS ROTTEN TO THE CORE,TOP TO BOTTOM,INSIDE AND OUT..they ALL lied when they TOOK THAT OATH TO GOD,their end is set in stone,NO LIARS GET IN,I make a point of asking everyone ,DO YOU SUPPORT THE POLICE GANGS OR THE MILITARY..IF they say yes,I add them to my list of traitors,If they say NO,they might be trustable..the DEATH toll in america will be enormous because 95% of the men support SATAN,and his minions,they think he’ll save them..SATAN and his minions ARE NOT IN THE SAVING BUSINESS,their job is to take you to hell,you devils who love satan will be home with him soon,YOUR ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE FENCE…and to stupid to know it…OR like most americans just completely brainwashed….

  • Joe Blow June 17, 2021, 11:24 AM

    @John The River: GTFO. Now.
    Your job ISN’T that great.
    Your home ISN’T that nice.
    Your neighbor ISN’T tge best guy ever.
    I lived in NY for 40 years before I saw the light…. guess how I knew you’re in NY?
    Vote with your feet. Now. Frankly you’re already late. Take your income, and tax revenue away from the government that supresses you!

  • James ONeil June 17, 2021, 12:51 PM

    I like paddle holsters, quick and easy to switch from right side to left, cross draw, when driving to avoid seat belt interference.

    I’ve two vests I wear summertime, long enough to cover and loose enough it doesn’t print.

    A pocket holster, for certain occasions, ain’t too bad either.

  • EX-Californian Pete June 17, 2021, 1:33 PM

    Ghost- I get your drift.
    Two points though- if carrying a semi auto around w/o a loaded magazine, there will be a noticeable (lesser) weight difference than when carrying fully loaded. If it’s a revolver, the weight difference would be barely noticeable, if at all. However, in a pinch, you can’t “bluff” with an empty revolver- once pointed at an assailant, they’ll see empty cylinders- unless they’re more than 50 feet away.

    Also, on the remote chance that someone ‘carrying empty’ gets attacked by someone who IS locked & loaded, that could turn out deadly and/or also provide an armed criminal with a brand new FREE gun.

  • ghostsniper June 17, 2021, 2:42 PM

    I can’t argue with anything you wrote there Pete.

    My advice to John was strictly from a safety point, not from a save the world perspective.

    I rarely carry but when I do I know that I will only pull it when there is a direct line of sight between me and a perp. I don’t believe in warning shots. The perp may drop his piece then pull another when you blink. A splattered perp never pulls his 2nd heater.

    I never suggested John pull an empty gun and try to bluff someone. That would be seriously stupid. I’ll suggest he wear the gun around the house, do all kinds of chores and other daily activities so he can find his comfort zone, notice how various clothes work with it, etc. The idea is to remain 100% concealed no matter what your activity when you are in public because if your cover is accidentally blown and potential perp can crack you on the back of the head and have himself a new gun.

    As far as I’m concerned it’s a fairly big deal going from unarmed to armed and should not be taken lightly. Consider the reason WHY you are carrying and the potential consequences of doing so. I’m very fortunate in that my neighbor 2 doors down has been carrying Glocks and others for 30 years and has taken hundreds of classes and training events all over the country by people that you have heard of, and he has a 300 yd range on his farm. He has learned me a lot over the past 15 years. He has learned from my specialties too. I trust him more than anyone else I know, even my wife.

  • Dirk June 18, 2021, 9:16 AM

    I question the concept of mass murder, when a healthy forest is a harvested forest,,,,,, a almond ranch needs the trees shaken at least once a year, strawberry’s need harvested before they rot, in the mega cities, poop needs removed daily.

    Color my cynical, “ They “ harvest at will.

    A corrupted political system tells us, the remedy is the courts? , yet you need govts permission to sue Govt, those sued get to use lawyers paid for by We The People. What a joke.

    Can’t fix stupid, they won’t fix corrupt!

    Village Idiot

  • Dirk June 18, 2021, 9:38 AM

    Do people Really truly understand the required amount of personal responsibility for carrying a weapon. I quit carrying after I retired, I simply didn’t want the responsibility for others dumb ass actions. Due diligence requires a HUGE amounts of mental and physical fortitude.

    A couple rules go along ways.
    1. Dont put yourself in a bad situation, or location.
    2. Carrying a gun, does not make you the king.
    3. After a shooting, life’s gonna suck, shits going to get real real fast.
    4. You shoot, you just put a target on everyone you love, care about.
    5. Carry at least a million dollar liability policy. I still do, thinking of bumping it to 2 mil. It’s in my families best interest.
    6. Shooting is a mechanical reaction, point pull, repeat if required. A split second after, the mental aspect kicks in, the “ What Now”. Trust me it’s a ball buster, life changing.
    7. IF you are forced to stop the threat, never forget this. “ he/she made me fear for my life, articulate, The Who, what, where, when, why and the How”
    8. Lawyer up right now, don’t say a word to the poopoo.
    9. If you shoot, it needs to be you, who tells your spouse, your children, do not let the lying media make that choice for you.
    10. Other then your lawyer, tell nobody but your spouse what happened. A wife can not be compelled to testify against you.
    11. Shut your pie hole, exercise, exercise exercise, don’t drink, don’t do dope, don’t tell your pals.
    12. Perception becomes ones reality.

    I pray non of you ever have to shoot a fellow citizen, it’s wayyyyyy different the killing an enemy combatant, in dirkadirkastan.

    Hope this is helpful


  • Bill Jones June 18, 2021, 4:43 PM

    John The River , I would think that the only way to let a lifetime license lapse would be to die.
    What am I missing?

  • The Long March to Burn It All Down June 18, 2021, 6:06 PM

    If manboons (h/t-Tex Arcane) would learn from history then we wouldn’t have to go through the Great Leap Forward redux but the poor downtrodden oppressed youth clutching their $800 sailfawns in $300 Nike Airs and posting up to the Fakebook Zuckerborg on the Starbux wi-fi are the useful idiots raised to burn it all down.
    The smoldering landfill heap that remains will be called an accomplishment and the Ozymandias sign will have a danger sharp edges warning for the good of the unity collective.