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A Couple of New Memes

by Hadding Scott

IT HAS ANNOYED me for some months, seeing a two-frame cartoon that has an SA-man in the left frame and an Antifa thug in the right frame, both attacking “Free Speech.” In the aftermath of the attack on Andy Ngo (and some others who got much less sympathy because they were straight, White non-journalists) in Portland, Oregon, this stupid cartoon has been trotted out again. I have altered the cartoon to make it more enlightening.

A few days ago I saw a photo that showed Dinesh D’Souza with an expression on his face that seems to me to convey more about his character than he would want anyone to know.

I have made a few variants on this meme, with different words for different contexts. This is the most general-purpose one. You can make your own variant with different text, but it should resemble something that D’Souza actually says, or at least implies. I don’t know that he ever verbatim said, “Republicans believe that everybody is equal!” or, “Democrats are the real racists!” but a lot of his verbiage can be boiled down to those propositions. When it’s stated so plainly, the ridiculousness is easier to see.

This one is about the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which, to the embarrassment of today’s cowardly Republicans, presidential candidate Barry Goldwater opposed. 

Speaking of cowardly, backstabbing Republicans, there’s this. It’s not a meme in the normal sense but the information conveyed is important. The Republican Party has tried to give the pro-White voter just enough winks and dogwhistles to induce him to vote Republican instead of Democrat, while treating him more and more as an unwanted stepchild. Especially disgusting is the acquiescence of Southern White people in this abuse. I try to make them aware of it.

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Rommel 41
Rommel 41
7 July, 2019 7:50 pm

Hadding Scott – Well done sir. Yes, all of this stuff makes me sick. When white men are MEN enough to TAKE this country back, and DENY to others – meaning ANY non-White, the so-called ‘equal status’ that we NEED to reserve for ourselves, then we have a chance to get the nation or society we need and we are entitled to. And hope to offend all the cucks, but if up to me, I would extend this to women as well. If women could build and invent on a par with men, and were able to defend men the way we defend and provide for them, then full status is by right due. Till then, keep quiet and heads up – we may be swinging a ball and chain.… Read more »

8 July, 2019 5:31 am

Remember that 43,000 SA men were wounded and almost 400 were killed by Antifa/Bolshevik type thugs who wanted to prevent their free speech.

I don’t recall that the SA ever attacked Antifa/Bolshevik meetings to prevent their free speech.

Evil Hitler stated that he needed to convert Antifa/Bolshevik/Communists to his cause.

Bob in DC
Bob in DC
13 July, 2019 8:06 pm

It began much earlier than the Kevin Phillips rendition. Dixiecrats, J.B. Stoner et al, were having great success against the mid-1960s anti-White legislation, basically via filibuster, when slime ball Sen. Everett Dirksen smooth talked a crucial minority into deserting the fight.

Only lip service support was ever given by the Republicans, whose strategy was to gain party strength at the expense of their own folk as ‘Civil Rights’, ‘Voting Rights’, and ‘Immigration Rights’ became law. This caused most of the newly disenfranchised Dixiecrat-Democrats to join the Repugs out of desperation – the “Southern Strategy!”

Eventually, after this fiasco and the JFK coup, ‘our’ WASP elites lost most of their political power to the Jew, whose takeover was nearly complete.

Never trust a Jew, and always HANG traitors!

Reply to  Bob in DC
15 July, 2019 5:19 am

I don’t think that you’ve read Kevin Phillips. In fact Phillips has the “negrophobe” migration to the Republican Party beginning in 1932. It is evident however that there was some migration after the Democratic convention of 1924, where the Ku Klux Klan was treated insultingly. Republican Calvin Coolidge and his vice-presidential candidate avoided saying anything that would discourage this shift. Phillips tries to make American electoral politics conform to cycles of more or less regular duration, 28 to 36 years. If you say that that change started in 1924, it disrupts his scheme. Therefore he ignores that. The truth seems to be that the split between Southern Democrats and Northern Democrats in 1860, when they became two separate parties, never entirely went away. When Jews became an important factor in… Read more »

Bob in DC
Bob in DC
Reply to  Hadding
15 July, 2019 9:08 am

This subsequent posting is more complete:

“Republicans would be shortsighted if they weakened enforcement of the Voting Rights Act.” – Kevin Phillips, New York Times (May 17, 1970)

Critical turns took place in the 1960s; of course, preceded by creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913 which opened near infinite lines of credit to the Jew.

Reply to  Bob in DC
16 July, 2019 2:01 pm

The Republican strategy has been to avoid alienating White voters as much as the Democrats — not to do things of an opposite nature. The two-party system rewards this kind of calculation.

Evans and Novak wrote a column in 1963 that talked about the shift of the racist White vote to the GOP. Barry Goldwater, sweeping the Deep South in 1964, was the first beneficiary of it. Phillips’ The Emerging Republican Majority in 1969 only put the observation into a larger context.

Bob in DC
Bob in DC
16 July, 2019 6:22 pm

“The Republican strategy has been to avoid alienating White voters as much as the Democrats — not to do things of an opposite nature.”

The Repugs did much worse than ‘alienate White voters’.

They betrayed the White Race!