Douglas MercerEssays

A Republican Dog and Pony Show

by Douglas Mercer

THAT WARMONGERING bitch Liz Cheney has gotten in a bit of trouble lately. For some odd reason, in this age of grass-roots populism and the mad as hell average White man, this neoconservative managerial toady had risen to the number three spot in the Congressional GOP leadership. Oh yeah, not really for “some odd reason” — but because that leadership hates us. Hates us for wanting at all costs to survive, for not going guiltily and gracefully and gullibly into that good night.

As anomalous as it might seem at first blush, it makes perfect sense that this White-person-hating free-trading war-loving uber-establishment neoliberal should have skyrocketed up the echelons in their ranks. She’s just their kind of gal, after all.

She follows in her father’s footsteps in that she loves her some Israel and when it comes to plumping for war she takes a back seat to no one; she’s a Reaganite’s Reaganite who loves capital in all of its manifold and insidious forms, and is the darling of all the conservative think tanks. As for the historical American nation, she thinks it consists of a large group of anachronistic morons in the vein of how John McCain said that Trump was “activating the crazies.”

It looks like she’s gone; ousted by the GOP leadership; and truly it couldn’t have happened to a nicer person.

She’s gone because the specter of Donald Trump still haunts the party. It’s something they don’t like but it’s nothing they can’t deal with, even as they neutralized everything good about his 2016 platform. Now he still skulks about emitting overwrought messages but he’s only a thorn in their side but surely no dagger in their hearts. They’ve been stringing along White people since Jack Kemp was knee high to a grasshopper, so they have it covered.

But they have to deal with him, the base loves Trump, even though it’s long past the time that those folks should have realized that their love was woefully misplaced. But because of their blind worship of the man, the leaders have to toss the base a bone now and again.

What Cheney did was say that Trump wanted to “unravel Democracy” (if only!). She’s one of those unrepentant Never-Trumpers who had kept true blue to her traitorous ways and she was personally offended by the sight of red-blooded if ideologically blinkered Americans storming the Capitol in search of their lost country (they couldn’t find it). She also vehemently denies that the election was stolen because as a beacon of the Uniparty if she stands for anything she stands for “legitimacy.”

Noting to see here comrades, move right along.

This was too much for the top brass of the GOP. It was not too much because they too think that the stolen election should be addressed or that American democracy should be exposed as the sham it is; no, in their heart of hearts they side with Cheney, you can take that to the Jewish bank. What they couldn’t understand was that Cheney was so clumsy in dealing with the base; their method is not to confront the base but to fool them, to pull the wool over their eyes, selling them out while saying “America First” over and over again.

And decent White Americans should shudder in horror when establishment lackey Kevin McCarthy, he who hails from an agricultural community in California and never met a “migrant” invader “farm worker” he didn’t want to embrace with open arms, is the figurehead “fighting the fight for America First.” He’s not, of course. He just wants us to be calm and look the other way while their anti-White shenanigans send us right down the river.

You can tell by who they want to replace Cheney with: Elise Stefanik.

She’s a stooge’s stooge. But a more canny and shrewd and deft one you’ll never find; one who has learned to play the bait and switch game so swimmingly you never even seen the knife before it’s in your back; one who knows how to smile and smile and be a knave.

She did not attend the 2016 Republican Convention, presumably because of all of the “hate.” But when she saw which way the wind was blowing she jumped up on the “populist” bandwagon with all her might and main, glomming on to Trump, ready to co-opt his movement and run interference for her beloved ruling class. Which is why she is favored by them. In 2020 she got with the fool-the-White-people program and was a featured speaker at that year’s Republican Convention. She has her greedy bastard eyes on the main chance — and certainly not on our good.

Her history is the sad history of run-of-the-mill conservatism, the bane of our life.

It shows how toothless Trump is that he supports her. He supports her because she supports him. Simple as that. He has always been a easy mark.

With her in lieu of Cheney it’s out of the fire and into the frying pan; out of the muck and into the mire. So much fairy dust thrown into our eyes to make us think they are “on our side.” They are not.

Stefanik’s record is of one who dearly wants to rip off her mask and vote every time against heritage America; but she is much better than Cheney at recognizing that present realities dictate that from time to time she must hold her nose and condescend to offer a crumb or two to the people to whom she owes her job. “The rubes” is how she thinks of them. They’re not upper class swells like her who just moved into a tony home worth a cool $1.3 million.

Stefanik opposed Trump’s 2017 Executive Order imposing a temporary ban on travel and immigration to the United States by nationals of seven “Muslim-majority” (read: non-White) countries.

That’s why she didn’t attend the 2016 Convention. All that hate in one place!

On March 26, 2019, Stefanik was one of 14 Republicans to vote with all House Democrats to override Trump’s veto of a measure unwinding his declaration of a national emergency at the southern border.

Why, there’s no crisis at the border. It’s just an opportunity to lower wages and “increase GDP.” If White America gets trampled in the process, so much the better.

Stefanik unbelievably voted for the Equality Act, which would enshrine forever the God-given right of every pervert freak to remain a pervert freak and never be penalized for it. Later her aides told her that plumping for AIDS-ridden pervert freaks might not go down so well with Republican voters, so she asked Satan for forgiveness and voted against it the next time it came up. But, not to be deterred, she introduced a bill called the Fairness For All Act which prohibits discrimination against “LGBT” people. And just so you know “fairness for all” in this matter means no fairness for the normal. They’d screw you sideways as soon as look at you.

Her bona fides as a ruling class sycophant are truly impeccable. She worked for the truly execrable George Bush administration; he was a man who in August 2000 said you could be in Los Angeles or Miami, close your eyes and listen to the voices, and think you were in Santo Domingo, and he also said that by nominating him the Republican party had embraced the “New America.” The Brown America, that is. In that abortion of an administration she worked for Joshua Bolten (“Bolten was born to a Jewish family”). She helped craft the 2012 Republican Party platform, a platform in support of ravenous vulture capitalist Mitt Romney. In 2012 she was a campaign adviser to then Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan, whose main goal in life is to re-read Atlas Shrugged a million times and hose middle America. She also was involved in the thankfully abortive Tim Pawlenty campaign for President, another bland stooge who knows what the marching orders from Jews are.

Oh, the good old days when anti-White corporate America not only had a stranglehold over the GOP (as they still do) but one could be unabashedly out about it! Those were the days when a crass girl like her could jump easily to the defense of predatory capital, and not have to give sops all the time to the “common good” or pretend that the Republicans are now the party of the working class. Ick!

So — just so you know when they pick her to replace Cheney, she’s both the dog and the pony in the dog and pony show. She’s the somewhat smoky babe in their smoke and mirrors.

She co-sponsored a “pathway for Dreamers” and “amnesty” called the “USA Act.” Immigration critics Numbers USA gave her a 17% rating.

It’s all about the numbers. She wants higher ones.

Stefanik not only voted against funding President Trump’s border wall, but also voted to terminate Trump’s Emergency Order to fund the wall. In fact, Stefanik voted six (count them, six) times to fund the government without money for the border wall.

Capital will always dream of a borderless world.

For a letter grade, Numbers USA has her at a D-minus. And as Numbers USA are the herbivores among the carnivores, her real grade must be a straight F.

F stands for f___ off White people.

She says it proudly.

All in all, she reeks of being a Jew. But I have been unable to confirm it. She certainly is in their thrall.

To make matters much much worse she’s a hawk’s hawk. She took the Establishment line in opposing Trump’s attitude towards Putin, wanting the war machine never to wind down.

Former UN Ambassador John (he’s never seen a war he didn’t like) Bolton endorsed Stefanik for reelection, lauding her work on the House Armed Services Committee.

That’s like boasting that ebola virus thinks you’re doing a great job.

And of course being a hawk’s hawk that is keeping a hawk eye on every opportunity to bleed the Treasury and waste White life on pointless, endless wars means one thing and one thing only: love of Jews! God chose them, remember.

US Rep. Elise Stefanik returned from her eight-day trip to Israel talking about artificial intelligence, a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict and ‘strains of anti-Semitism’ within the Democratic Party.

We want more than a strain of it, we want a tidal rush.

Stefanik, a Republican from Schuylerville whose district spans northern New York, took the trip along with 72 members of Congress, 41 Democrats, and 31 Republicans, the largest delegation to Israel ever from the 535 total members of Congress.

They went on a trip, hat in hand, to tip their hats to their masters. Hell, if they were honest they’d just move the Capitol to Israel so they could get their orders in person.

She had a schedule packed with back-to-back meetings and briefings, including conversations with Israeli military leaders and a discussion with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. She also visited regions close to the Gaza Strip, a self-governing Palestinian territory mostly surrounded by Israel, and the Golan Heights, an Israeli-occupied region captured from Syria in the 1967 Six-Day War.

She even met the big Jew boss. No doubt he patted this cow on her fuzzy little head and said “good going goy,” if she is one that is. “Don’t disappoint me.”

“Israel and the U.S. have a special relationship. They are one of our most important allies around the world,” Stefanik said. “We have shared values when it comes to democratic values, when it comes to freedom of different faiths in their region. The fact that they are this thriving democracy is an anomaly in the Middle East today.”

Hell, the other day hard-core Jews drove some Palestinians out of their homes so make the neighborhood all Jew. Don’t get me wrong, I understand, that’s what strong people do. But don’t call them exponents of “liberal Democratic values.” And what bothers me is that if we deport a sex maniac serial killer who is Brown, every Jew in America points to a picture of Adolf Hitler.

“It’s pretty clear, when you’re in Israel, they are in a very tough neighborhood,” Stefanik said. “To see how small, geographically, the country is, and how really almost every border, except maybe the Jordanian border, they are under severe security challenges.”

Nature is a dog-eat-dog proposition and we’re all in a tough neighborhood, Sunshine. Don’t kid yourself. The Brown coolies by the billions to the south of us? Tough as it gets on the White way of life. But no wall for us. Oh, no. We are open-hearted “good Whites.” No hate for us, and the fact that the GDP soars is just gravy.

She said she visited an “Iron Dome” missile defense system the US worked to develop with Israel. One of these defense systems is estimated to have a 90% success rate in intercepting inbound rockets.

What about those inbound Mestizos? We have about a zero per cent. success rate intercepting those inbound human rockets. And even when we do temporarily detain them, we roll out the legal red carpet and move them to a northern White rural area where they can wait for the big stamp of approval that they are made “fellow citizens.”

Can we get an iron dome?

“We were able to hear from some of the individuals and families that live on the kibbutz that face these sirens from rockets that go off on a weekly basis,” Stefanik said. “To hear their personal stories was pretty powerful.”

Note to her: Those (shoulder-launched) “rockets” can be held two in one hand, and are maybe one size bigger than bottle rockets. And those are not Americans. You should care not one whit about them, let alone build an entire ideology around their welfare. And we got horror stories right here in River City. You should spend your time listening to them and broadcasting them to the world. It’s your goddamned job, bitch.

Stefanik said she is proud of her pro-Israel record and that she has been there twice before as a congresswoman.

I’ll bet she is. Proud that she is obeying her master’s instructions in every detail and to the last Jewish letter.

Stefanik then criticized congresswomen Tlaib and Omar, calling them “anti-Semites.” Those two are anti-White zealots but blind squirrels do gather nuts from time to time.

“I think the Republican Party has proven its strong support for Israel, and I think what’s concerning is you have elected officials who are Democrats who are, on a weekly basis at this point, not only saying anti-Semitic rhetoric but really putting Israel under threat in terms of their right to exist.”

Sorry, sweetheart, but no one has a “right to exist.” The Jews have just decided that they want to.

We should do likewise. And we will.

No thanks to you.

* * *

Stefanik has previously called for Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, to resign after “racist” remarks. While she specifically referred to his “White nationalist,” “White supremacist,” and “racist” words, part of his “racism” involved supposed “anti-Semitism” — including retweeting the racial-nationalist Mark Collett, saying he would seek out the “Polish perspective on the Holocaust,” and meeting in Austria with members of the Freedom Party.

Actually King was also a Jew run servant but he did make the epochal remark that you can’t save your civilization with other people’s babies.

That she could not abide.

Stefanik is married to Matthew Manda. His claim to fame is he worked as the communications director for Congressman Kevin Yoder, and later shilled for Senator Jerry Moran, two of the biggest, blandest corporate Republicans in recent memory. Now Manda works for a media company.

He’s the one that bankrolled that pricey house.

So when it comes to betraying us, it’s all in the family.

The most important fact about the Republican Party is that they despise their base. They are not so much the controlled opposition as our willing executioners.

They just need the little people in flyover country to think they have a chance.

If you peer through the smoke you’ll see the mirror, the dog, and the pony.

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Andrew Hamilton
Andrew Hamilton
26 May, 2021 9:28 am

All in all, she reeks of being a Jew. But I have been unable to confirm it. She certainly is in their thrall.”

I had exactly the same thought, and the same result.

One also wonders whether her husband might be a Jew or part-Jew.

Douglas Mercer
Douglas Mercer
Reply to  Andrew Hamilton
1 June, 2021 10:16 am

If they are not actual Jews they become Jews in mind and spirit through an evil osmosis

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Douglas Mercer
12 June, 2021 3:58 pm

Karoline Leavitt recently left her position as Rep. Elise Stefanik’s spokeswoman to return to New Hampshire… she plans on being a congressional candidate in 2022.

I’ve never seen a Leavitt that isn’t a Jew. Perhaps that’s why Elise hired her to be her mouthpiece; maybe not. She had worked as Trump’s Assistant Press Secretary prior to her stint with Elise.

Constitutionally, one must be at least 25 to be a Congressman. The ambitious “rising star” is currently 23, but will be 25 should she unseat NH Democratic Rep. Chris Pappas in the next election.
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Karoline likes the Oval Office

Alex Wells
Alex Wells
26 May, 2021 4:46 pm

I cannot help noticing the great irony here. This article begins with the statement, “THAT WARMONGERING bitch Liz Cheney has gotten in a bit of trouble lately.” Later the author writes, “F stands for f___ off White people.” Addressing Elise Stefanik, he writes, “It’s your goddamned job, bitch.” Now as I prepare to post a comment, I am given the following rules, among others: -Do not use crude or obscene language — absolutely none. -Conduct yourself here with the same competence, civility, and care you would use if you were speaking in public or writing for publication and posterity — which you are. It seems to me that these rules ought to apply to NV’s writers, as well as to those who comment on their articles. While I can well understand… Read more »

Douglas Mercer
Douglas Mercer
Reply to  Alex Wells
26 May, 2021 10:29 pm

Point taken, sir, henceforth I will aim for more exalted language. Please consider referring this site to others as I think most everything on this site follows the rules you mentioned.

JM/Iowa
JM/Iowa
Reply to  Alex Wells
30 May, 2021 9:37 am

If you’re going to be a stickler for our rules, are you at least a supporter (or even member!) of the National Alliance? You know, the White men and women who make this site available for you to comment on…

Alex Wells
Alex Wells
Reply to  JM/Iowa
31 May, 2021 10:54 pm

Just ask those at the national office how much money I’ve donated this year.

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Alex Wells
3 June, 2021 7:58 pm

My wife recalls your sending a couple or three small donations, Alex, for which we are most appreciative. She likely sent you a thank you note if you provided an address. You are not a regular financial supporter that has made a monthly pledge like our members do to receive our BULLETIN, however, so we do not keep a running record of your donations. I love Mr. Mercer’s passionate articles, including his occasional salty language. It fits! Liz and Elise are bona fide bitches in the context of his expose. “It’s your goddamned job, bitch,” might be what I’d tell Stefanik should I ever meet her face-to-face. As for the “F”-word, I heard the other day that the First “Lady,” Dr. Jill Biden, told “our” Vice President Camilla Harris “F___… Read more »

Alex Wells
Alex Wells
Reply to  JM/Iowa
5 June, 2021 1:56 pm

I don’t think I qualify for membership because I’m not a cosmotheist.

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Alex Wells
5 June, 2021 5:46 pm

Where did you get that idea? REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIPFirst: The prospective member should carefully read and understand our introductory document, What is the National Alliance?Eligibility: Any White person (a non-Jewish person of wholly European ancestry) of good character and at least 18 years of age who accepts as his own the goals of the National Alliance and who is willing to support the program described in What is the National Alliance? may apply for membership.Ineligible persons: No homosexual or bisexual person, no person actively addicted to alcohol or to an illegal drug, no person with a non-White spouse or a non-White dependent, and, except in extraordinary circumstances, no person currently confined in a penal institution may be a member. (The National Alliance does not advocate any illegal activity and expects its… Read more »

Alex Wells
Alex Wells

It would appear from the content of this website and other National Alliance material that the organization views cosmotheism as the only religion that has any legitimacy.

Kevin Alfred Strom
Kevin Alfred Strom
Admin
Reply to  Alex Wells
6 June, 2021 8:41 pm

Alex, Cosmotheism is indeed the philosophical basis behind what the Alliance does, and has been for four tenths of a century. But that doesn’t mean that we don’t work, even quite closely at times, with people whose philosophies/religions are at variance with ours — as long as they put our racial struggle sufficiently high in their scale of values. People of varying religious beliefs can be members as long as they put race first, as we do. And anyone who sees value in what we do can be a supporter, even those who don’t meet our qualifications for membership. As for myself, in this journey we call life I have respected and learned from Buddhists, pagans, Stoics, Christians, agnostics, atheists, and others. I’ve quoted from (or even published) them from… Read more »

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Alex Wells
7 June, 2021 9:14 pm

For a smart fellow, you don’t pay very close attention, Alex. Kevin tells me you’ve been corresponding with him for close to 30 years, yet after all those years you seem to think your religion, if you have one, is illegitimate according to what you’ve read in Alliance material and on our sites. What is your religion, if you don’t mind my asking? First you say you think you are ineligible because of your beliefs, then, after I show you that you’re not ineligible, you come back with the NA thinks your religion is illegitimate. You and other confused “doubting Thomases,” if you’ll pardon the biblical expression, should read the Alliance’s position on other religions written by Dr. Pierce to his members nearly 40 yeas ago, here: On Christianity |… Read more »

Alex Wells
Alex Wells
Reply to  Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
8 June, 2021 2:00 am

You seem to be confused about some things. Kevin and I met in 2003; we’d never known each other before that. It appears that the National Alliance’s position on the religious beliefs of members has gone through some changes since that point in time. The portion of the members’ handbook that dealt with this issue was, as I understand it, eliminated for a while in an effort to broaden the organization’s appeal. With the change in leadership, it appears to have been decided that this was a mistake and the relevant section of the handbook was restored. The impression that I’ve had is that the attitude of the new leadership is much more exclusively cosmotheist than it was in 2003-04. I am not a Christian, nor am I a cosmotheist.… Read more »

Kevin Alfred Strom
Kevin Alfred Strom
Admin
Reply to  Alex Wells
8 June, 2021 2:35 am

Thanks for correcting me on the exact date, Alex. The Gliebe/Walker version of the Handbook eliminated the section defining Christianity as an opposed ideology, but I’m fairly sure that happened some months after our meeting. I must also add that it was done without consulting me or even informing me. It is certainly true that the Alliance now, after I and Chairman Williams came back, is under Cosmotheist leadership again. The National Alliance has never required members to be Cosmotheists, though, and does not do so now. I wasn’t a Cosmotheist when I first joined. If you read the new book I am proofing tonight, Cosmotheism: Religion of the Future (it will be done soon — I thought it would be done tonight but I always am too optimistic about… Read more »

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Kevin Alfred Strom
8 June, 2021 7:21 pm

Thanks for replying to Mr. Wells, Kevin. I’m more interested in dealing with those who are attracted to our Alliance than with those who are opposed to it or will never grasp what we’re building, like Alex. Instead of wasting your precious time explaining things to Alex, please get Cosmotheism to the printer ASAP. We have 40-some paid preorders for it and I’m tired of telling folks each month, “next month.” We will build with our few aristocratic thinkers like Wolf Stoner who just joined the Alliance. Those who find what Wolf wrote here today, 8 June, rings true for them should forget nigglers like Alex and consider joining the National Alliance: (94) Russian News – Page 14 – White Biocentrism We must nurture a sense of urgency among the… Read more »

Walt Hampton
Walt Hampton
Reply to  Alex Wells
5 June, 2021 10:53 pm

Although having been a member/supporter
of NA for many years, I am not sure I am a
“Cosmotheist” either, so don’t feel by yourself,
Alex Wells. I guess I will find out when the
new book arrives.

Kevin Alfred Strom
Kevin Alfred Strom
Admin
Reply to  Walt Hampton
6 June, 2021 11:15 am

One need not be a Cosmotheist to be a member of the National Alliance.

Will W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Walt Hampton
6 June, 2021 1:45 pm

Why the scare quotes around Cosmotheism, Walt? You wouldn’t be subtly casting doubt on its authenticity here, would you?

Surely by now you recognize the world view of the National Alliance is Cosmotheism, as the Founder of both NA and Cosmotheism made clear to his followers since the mid-1970s.

I didn’t realize I was a Cosmotheist until Dr. Pierce explained it to me. With your virulent loathing of Christianity, hopefully your reading Cosmotheism: Religion of the Future will awaken in you a grasp of reality, an epiphany if you will.

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Walt Hampton
Walt Hampton
Reply to  Will W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
6 June, 2021 9:23 pm

“Who Rules America” was quite an eye-
opener albeit nothing in it about the
subject of Cosmotheism. If this new
book is on the same level as WRA, I
may very well be in for the ride of my
life. We shall see.

JM/Iowa
JM/Iowa
30 May, 2021 9:47 am

This apt description of RepubliCons and the modus operandi is a needed one. Sneaky backstabbers they are, as opposed to the in your face White haters of that other odious party, with the same genocidal goals as the other.

There isn’t a friend of Whites in the District of Corruption, although if there were, they’re keeping themselves well hidden as I see nothing proposed that’s to our benefit.

Since that institution is totally closed off to pro-Whites of any stripe, we are left with building our own. Natall.com/join-us/