[Part two of the second chapter of the Northwest independence novel A Distant Thunder, wherein a very old veteran of the NVA talks about his experiences before and during the Northwest War of Independence. - HAC]
Woodchuck Kid (Part Two)
Damn. How can I explain to you what life was like back
Basically, a white male lived his entire life paying bills, and as the
years went by and ZOG became more and more confused and incompetent and greedy,
they became harder and harder to pay. The economic power structure thought
maybe ten minutes ahead, if that. It stands to reason that you can’t expect
people to pay credit card bills on the one hand, while you’re shipping their
jobs out to India and Malaysia and Guatemala by the millions on the other hand.
You would have thought they would have figured that out and worked out some
arrangement whereby at least the peons would have jobs to earn the money to pay
their debts, but the system never did quite catch on to those little basics. Or
maybe they knew it all along and just didn’t care. Maybe they were just evil.
girl from the university tells me the purpose of me sitting here maundering
into the videocam is to preserve all this clutter for posterity,
and also so future historians can listen to me and from my babbled fragments
reconstruct the reason for The Awakening, as they’re starting to call it. Yeah,
I guess it’s a pretty interesting question, if you think about it. For almost
three generations the white race ate every serving of shit that ZOG chose to
dollop out to us, grinning like egg-suck dogs while we scarfed it all down and
licked the plate.
So what changed? Just why, exactly, during the early decades
of the twenty-first century did the white man finally decide to fight, at the
eleventh hour and the fifty-ninth minute and the fifty-ninth second? What made
the white man finally get up off his ass and pick up a gun after a lifetime of
allowing the Federal government of the United States to do pretty much any
damned thing it wanted to do?
Hell if I
getting asked that all the time. I think some of us even talked about it among
ourselves back then, to while away the hours on the bounce. Can’t really
remember what we ever decided, if anything. Young people look at me like I have
the key to some great secret. If I knew it I’d share it with you, believe me.
It’s sure something we need. Whatever the hell it was, our race didn’t stumble
across it until it was almost too damned late. But really, I don’t know. When
you live through something, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you understand
every little thing about it.
I’ll tell you this much: I don’t remember the war
as being this big long heroic adventure that our NBA films and books and
documentaries portray, that’s for sure. You want to know the truth of the
matter, it wasn’t a very pleasant experience. War isn’t. Long periods of
paranoid and nervous boredom broken by brief outbursts of madness and horror.
But as to why white people finally revolted? The best I can tell you is
that there wasn’t any one reason, it was a whole combination of things that
just happened to fall into place just right. Or wrong.
You can only push people
so far. At some point, there was just some final straw that broke the camel’s
back, and thanks to the Party and the Incomers, the white racial settlers from
around the continent who came to the Northwest, we were able to reach critical
mass and blow. But precisely what that ultimate straw was, I haven’t got a
clue. Didn’t then, don’t now.
Life is so
utterly and completely different now that it passes comprehension. I don’t
think anyone who’s not of my generation can really imagine what it was like
back then. Sometimes I sit here and I look at my grandchildren and I see the
calm and safe, all-white world of peace and plenty they live in, this beautiful
town of mine and this land of ours, and I swear I think I dreamed it all or
imagined it, that my childhood and my young manhood was some kind of nightmare
I had and then I finally woke up in the world as it should be.
difference is that life is good now for most people. A white child has a
chance now, a chance to be a child without fear and worry. A child can
ride a bike and play down at the creek and walk home from school without any
risk of being kidnapped and buggered and chopped into pieces by a pervert. A
child has a chance to grow into a young man or a woman instead of a—well, what
we were then, a kind of half-insane consumer zombie. People in the Republic are
happy, mostly. Or at least you have a proper chance to be happy in the
Republic, which we never had when I was young. Hell, when you don’t have to
look at niggers every day and you don’t have to hear Spanish and Tagalog and
Muckety-Muck being gibbered everywhere, you’re halfway to bliss already. And
for those who feel the ancient restlessness and who want the sight of strange
new things and the feel of strange new places under their feet, as is natural with
our Folk, there are the very planets above us, or the scientific laboratories
where Aryans are unlocking the secrets of the universe even as we speak.
Whatever a white man or woman wants to be, now they can be.
But how can
I describe to you what it was like when nobody was happy at all? It’s like that
bit I mentioned yesterday about every other person you saw on the street being
fat? You can’t really believe that, can you? When was the last time you
actually saw a grossly overweight person in your time here in the Republic? Our
national diet doesn’t include all that garbage people used to eat under ZOG.
Junk food, junk politics, and a junk life.
The Northwest American Republic
doesn’t poison its own people to make money. That fact alone should give you a
shrewd idea of one big difference between now and then. We don’t do much of anything
here solely for the purpose of making money, which is something completely
unimaginable in the world into which I was born. That Jewess Ayn Rand got her
books burned right alongside the Marxism and the pornography.
In cases where
people have bona fide thyroid conditions, we now have a simple enzyme therapy
that soups up your metabolism and in a couple of months you’re running
marathons. That’s just one example of a social problem that existed before the
revolution, and which is now completely gone. There were about a hundred other
little pissant things we had to put up with then that don’t exist any more,
from traffic jams to air pollution to functional illiteracy to foul-mouthed
children talking like niggers.
Nowadays only dirty old coots like me do that. I
apologize for my language, young lady, and I know such words aren’t used in
polite society any more, and so they shouldn’t be. But if you want me to go
back to that time then you’re going to get all of it, and one truth about those
times was that the American dialect of the English language had become
negrified or ebonicized or whatever the hell you want to call it.
We all talked
like whiggers back then. We didn’t know any better. Hey, we heard blacks
talking like that all the time on TV, and whatever was on TV must be right, eh?
Polite or not, I’m sure you’ve heard it before from your older relatives. I
once heard someone say we have the only society in the world where it’s the
grandmothers who shock and embarrass their granddaughters at the dinner table.
Even now, I
bet you half-disbelieve me or think I’m exaggerating, right? There never really
was any such thing as fat people, and this old fool is making all this up, right?
That’s okay, ma’am. Disbelief is human nature and in this case it’s a sign of
healthy racial instincts. Christ, honey, do you have any idea how lucky you are
not to have known any of this? How lucky you are that you don’t know?
How lucky you are that you can disbelieve?
We did it
all for you, you know.
thing I suppose that stands out in my mind about life in them United States was
that everybody was miserable. Wretchedly, bitterly, soul-destroyingly
unhappy. I think every white person alive in the year 2000 understood
instinctively that something was terribly wrong with the world, even if they
didn’t know what. My own childhood was pretty crappy, but it was by no means
atypical, and in fact it was actually better than some. My parents were drunks
but they didn’t divorce, they neglected me but they never burned my fingers on
the stove or beat me black and blue when I was a child, and I always had enough
innate good sense not to pick up their bottle and to stay away from drugs. I
wasn’t born with HIV or addicted to crack cocaine because my mother was a
junkie, and I wasn’t abducted and murdered and left in a ditch.
horrifying as it sounds, in many respects my family was emotionally and
socially quite typical. Everybody was dysfunctional. There was no
“normal” left. From the richest kids on down to trailer trash like me, we lived
our lives all doped up, dumbed down, zoned out, pregnant, half insane with rage
all the time, confused, hostile, paranoid, dishonest, vicious and mean and
looking out for nobody but Number One.
Everybody had problems, terrible
problems that poisoned our very existence, and we were all being eaten alive
inside like we’d swallowed acid. Life in the United States was a nightmare from
which we were all desperately trying to awaken, but we never could. Nobody ever
got a chance to stop and smell the roses. There weren’t any roses left any more
to smell, anyway.
There was a weird kind of reverse Midas touch in operation
throughout the world: everything America touched turned to shit. We were all
too busy scrambling and scrabbling and scrimping for small sums of money to pay
a hundred little pissant bills. Drivers used to go insane and murder one
another over minor traffic mishaps. It was called road rage. Happened all the time.
You know what happens when you keep too many rats in too small a cage, ma’am?
They start attacking and eating one another. That was America at the beginning
of the 21st century.
majority of white marriages ended in divorce. At least a third of all young
white men and women of marriageable age lived alone, because they couldn’t
stand one another. Feminism taught women to hate men, and the men returned the
favor. How can you marry and love someone you’ve been taught all your life to
view as an enemy and a competitor?
A whole generation of white children grew up
as latch-key kids, dumped in a day care center or a school every morning before
Mommy and Daddy or the single parent of the household went to work. The kids
came home to an empty house and the boob tube, sometimes with a TV dinner
sitting in the oven. More than any nigger gun or knife, more than any needle of
heroin or line of coke, more than any perversion of thought practiced by the
Jews upon our minds, this so-called liberation of women destroyed two
generations of us. When a race of people loses its women, it loses everything.
wasn’t all bad. Nothing ever is. Sure, there was laughter, but it was a
mechanical laugh track from TV. It was the shrill, forced laughter of people
who were on the edge of the abyss and just barely coping, who knew they had to
laugh at least a little to stay sane.
There were good times in the old America
I knew, but they all involved either deadening your brain with drink or drugs
or television, or withdrawing into some fantasy world on the computer every
night, or else doing stupid, dangerous, pointless things for an adrenalin rush,
like bungee jumping or rock climbing or leaping out of airplanes and
skateboarding down on a parachute. The good times had a kind of brittle,
hysterical edge to them, a conscious effort to escape from a world that
everyone knew in their hearts had turned to purest dog doo.
getting back on track, how the hell do I explain to someone who never knew it
what life was like under Zion?
thing you have to understand is that in those days the United States was a
society driven by one thing and one thing only, money. Christians call
it the worship of Mammon. I have my own thoughts about God, but I will tell you
this much: the only god America worshipped in the days of my youth was Mammon,
gold ringing in the till so to speak. It wasn’t real gold and silver like we
use today, but numbers on a computer spread sheet. They called it the bottom
line and the bottom line ruled every aspect of our existence.
completely and utterly material, and if you tried to suggest there might be
something more in life than chasing the almighty dollar you were looked at like
you were a lunatic. I remember seeing these little computer-printed signs on
office walls about how “Life is a game, and the one who dies with the most toys
wins.” There were people who actually believed that. I guess they thought that
if they could only live long enough, science would find some way for them to take
all their money and silly little toys with them.
I think that’s what they were trying for. One of the big things you always
heard about on the news in them days was various types of genetic and medical
research into the possibility of immortality. By the time I hit my own teenaged
years, the first wave of post-World
War Two Baby Boomers were finally being carted off to the cemeteries and the
fogey farms, and let me tell you, they did not go gentle into that good night.
Those Baby Boomers fought and scratched and kicked and screamed every inch of
the way, absolutely refusing to admit that their generation was finally getting
old. One of the biggest growth industries in them days was plastic surgery,
botox injections, hormone treatments, every baldness cure you can think of, anything
that might halt or reverse the Baby Boomers’ aging process.
When I reached
my own codgerdom I came to understand how they felt. Hell, no one wants to
grow old, but dammit, you should at least try and be a man about it. There was
always something desperate and pathetic about it in those days, all those
hippy-dippy flower children from the 1960s scrambling and clawing to fight off
the fact that their time was over now, and they’d pretty much all done what
they come here to do. It lacked dignity, and sometimes dignity is all an
old coot or old crone has left in life.
And if you work it right, that’s
enough. Well, you wanted stream of consciousness. Remembering all those
hippy-dippy assholes trying to stay young or at least middle-aged was one of
the first things to float to the surface in my particular stream.
money, money, it was all about money. Some asshole was always screaming at you
demanding it, and no one ever had enough of it. Everybody except the very top echelon
of truly wealthy people was always broke and up to their chins in bills
and damned near insoluble financial problems. Mortgage, rent, credit card debt,
car payments and repairs, sky-high utility bills, the astronomical cost of food
and clothing if you were trying to raise a family.
And God help you if you or a
member of your family got sick. Today in the Northwest Republic, the very
thought of the medical vocation charging money to save people’s lives
and make sick little children well is held in revulsion. Free medical care is
held to be a right in the Republic’s Constitution right on up there with
freedom of speech and religion and the right to keep and bear arms. But in
those days a sick child or a heart attack would wipe out a lifetime’s hard work
in a few months and destroy the future of an entire family.
three rules back then: don’t be poor, don’t be sick, and for God’s sake, don’t
get old. I don’t exactly cotton to being ninety-one years of age, but at least
I’m ninety-one here in the Republic. The thought of being old in the United
States chills my blood to this day.
I wouldn’t have made it this far, actually,
if we’d stayed with ZOG. The state would have dragged me away to the fogey farm
under the Senior Citizens’ Quality of Life act, which basically gave the
government the power to throw old people away once their insurance ran out, and
some Third World quack would have given me the hot shot long ago, like that
kike Friedman murdered my Dad.
The average life span of old folks locked up in
those fogey farms was less than six months, especially the ones that were
“privatized” as they called it back then, farmed out to entrepeneurs wearing
turbans or yarmulkes. If I wasn’t legally euthanized I would have died of
neglect or been poisoned or beaten to death by my Filipino and Nigerian
“caregivers.” Elderly white people who had no money or whose insurance ran out,
and that was most of ‘em, got the short end of the stick like you wouldn’t
Social Security finally went down the tubes when I was—twelve?
Thirteen? Can’t remember—but even before Social Security went, there were old
white people in America who lived on dog food, at least at the end of the month
before their checks arrived. Once Social Security was gone, life for old people
was a horror beyond comprehension. If you had no children who were able or
willing to take care of you, then the only alternative was one of those fogey
farms run by the state if you were lucky and run by a turban or a yarmulke if
you weren’t. Then came the hot shot.
were a few of those hellholes run by “faith-based initiatives,” which was part
of a complex system wherein tax money was funneled to the religious right in
exchange for pro-Zionist bloc voting to keep the neo-cons in power and keep the
endless war in the Middle East going.
I remember seeing busloads of old people
being driven up to the polls in Dundee and marched in, with their preacher
handing them their ballots at the door and a nice young deacon to escort each
of them in and make sure they pulled the right levers. What were neo-cons? It
means neo-conservatives. They were Jews who pretended to be conservatives. We
eventually managed to track them all down and kill them. Anyway, at those
“faith-based” fogey farms they made you jump for Jeeee-zus twice a week,
as opposed to Jesus, in exchange for your bed in some crowded dormitory of sick
and dying and half-insane old people.
But I’ll say this, they at least kept you
alive so you could vote, and indeed you’d most likely vote a few times after
you croaked, too. No, not Jesus, Jeeee-zus. What’s the difference? Jesus
is the son of God, Jeeee-zus was who the tub-thumping fools in some of
the churches jumped for. Long story, don’t worry, I’ll ramble over in that
direction eventually, when I talk about the Wingfields. They were into Jesus,
not Jeeee-zus. But that’s really how you want to end your days, eh? In a
warehouse for geezers. Several years before the revolution an epidemic of
suicide among the elderly broke out. Tens of thousands of old people every year
killed themselves with gas or pills or hanging or any guns they’d managed to
save from Schumer Act confiscation.
A lot of times it would happen when the
cops or the IRS came to drag some poor old man or woman or couple out of their foreclosed
home and take them to the fogey farm. The police would break in and find ‘em
dead. There’d be some horrible story like that on the evening news nearly every
day, back when I was growing up. That’s one thing I remember from my childhood.
You always heard about old white people killing themselves.
life wasn’t exactly a breeze for young people either, if you had a white skin.
Leastways if you had a white skin and you liked girls.
When I say that it was
all about money, you understand I’m not referring to the consumer society of
the late twentieth century. Three cars in the garage, split-level ranch home
with a swimming pool in the back, two-hundred dollar tennis shoes named after
some niggerball player, a closet full of clothes and a room full of computer
toys, conspicuous consumption, the whole Brady Bunch scene—by the time I was
coming along these things didn’t exist any more, except for a tiny minority of
very rich people who lived in what were called gated communities, meaning
fortified compounds with fences, armed guards and dog teams to keep the poor
people of any race out.
The American kids I knew when I was growing up were all
poor and wretched, because none of the rich kids went to public schools. They
had their own private schools that cost more for a semester than my father made
in a year. We all knew about the great American consumer lifestyle, of course,
because we saw it every night on TV, but that was the only place it
existed. On TV.
was that during the first couple of decades of the twenty-first century, nobody
had any money for all those fancy consumer goods and toys, except what
you bought on your twenty-nine percent interest credit cards. In the latter
part of the twentieth century you could actually do a Chapter Seven and get out
of the cards, but then along came “bankruptcy reform” which was pushed by the
banks and credit card companies, with a cute little sub-clause that allowed for
“debt inheritance” so you couldn’t even really get out of that crushing debt by
kicking the bucket. All of a sudden not only you but your children and your
grandchildren were saddled with paying for that sport utility vehicle at
twenty-nine per cent, for life.
The loansharks would load you up with credit
cards by the time you were twenty-one, and then you spent the rest of your life
in a kind of financial slavery paying the cards and their outrageous interest.
If you were a guy, of course, there was the crushing alimony and child support
from your first marriage. Everybody had a first or starter marriage in those
days, and the way the courts were completely slanted against men, that was
another form of financial slavery you could expect to last twenty or thirty
been able to figure that out. How much of what we went through back then was
because the Jews and the rich white men in business suits who ruled over us
were just stupid and uncaring, thinking of us as their livestock to shear and
slaughter as they liked, and how much of what they did was because they were truly
evil and meant to hurt and destroy in furtherance of some weird conspiracy. It
was both, I know, but I never understood in what proportion. I think there was
a strong element of plain sadism; some of the stuff they did to us back then
was so petty and cruel that they had to know it and just got some kind of kick
out of it. Anyway, they all deserved nothing but a bullet in their heads and by
God, some of them got it.
was a ghoul that was always present in our lives, there in the background, cold
skeleton hands around our necks. It was something we lived with, like people in
the Middle Ages lived with the Black Death, this terrible invisible demon that
could descend at any moment and destroy everything we had. A few missed
paychecks and it was welcome to the Salvation Army hostel.
It’s not that there
was no work. There is always work to be done, anywhere, but for every unskilled
and semi-skilled job there were hordes of Mexicans willing to work like cart
horses for chicken feed. When the capitalists found it inconvenient to ship
American jobs to the Third World, they brought the Third World here. When I was
growing up you could still see a few white men doing manual labor, but by the
time I was in high school every road crew, landscape crew, or roofing team was
Whole industries became closed to native-born white Americans, as all
the local convenience stores and filling station franchises and motels were
bought up by Sikhs, Koreans, or Arabs who hired no one but their own relatives
just off the jumbo jet. White faces disappeared from behind the counters of
stores and the kitchens of restaurants. One job after another, bottom rung
employment was closed off to whites, and those of us who didn’t have the skills
or usually the money and connections to jump a few rungs never got on the
ladder at all.
bottom rung, either. Mexicans replaced whites at the lower end while Asians and
Indians replaced whites at the high end. My dad had a masters degree in
structural design and a solid resumé despite his drinking. When he was sober he
was damned good at what he did. But as time went on he couldn’t even get temp
work because some Hindu or Chinese with a degree from Ching Hoo U. would work
for half his rate. To complain or protest about this sitch invited an arrest
for hatecrime under the Dees Act, so whites ended up competing desperately and
brutally with each other for the few jobs that were open to gringos.
pretty much all the jobs that were available paid nothing but a crappy
minimum wage that no white man could live on, never mind support a family on,
it followed that no one could make it on just one job. Most people had two or
three. It was by no means unusual to know a married couple who had five jobs
between them, and that didn’t leave much for the young guys like me coming up
on the bottom rung with a couple of strikes against them already.
against whites, especially white males, was everywhere. It was just one of the
things we all accepted and tried to work around. College admission was by quota
unless the parents were rich enough to just plain buy a white boy in. I never
even got onto the college track, because the guidance counselors knew my family
had no money and I had no chance at a scholarship. It wasn’t even discussed.
But I remember from the few kids at Dundee High who were being considered for
college track that the first thing their higher education counselors asked was
if they could claim membership in any minority group,some obscure Indian tribe
no one ever heard of, a non-white great-grandparent, anything. Often they had
to claim to be a faggot or a dyke to get into university, until the authorities
caught on to that and started asking for affidavits from—no, ma’am, I am not
making that up!
The discrimination against white Americans took a
dozen forms. It started with the growing demand down through the years that in
order to get a job you had to speak Spanish. If you spoke only English then you
just didn’t get any job that required dealing with the increasingly foreign and
non-white public, anything from a grocery checkout clerk to a telemarketer.
Things got so bad that there were white parents who voluntarily gave up their
own children to It Takes A Village in order to have them placed with wealthy liberals
and faggots who could afford the adoption bond, because they knew it was the
only way their kids would ever be able to go to college and have any kind of
By the time
I hit high school, the safety net was pretty much all gone and you either knew
somebody who already had a job who could get you in, or else you ended up on
Workfare, which was state-paid slave labor for less than minimum wage. When
that wasn’t available, and it usually wasn’t, you didn’t work, period, and more
often than not it was off to the homeless shelter or the hobo jungle under the
old underpass outside of town. Not like our National Labor Service today where
every citizen of the Republic is guaranteed some kind of gainful employment.
The ZOG power structure had never really been comfortable with anything that
involved white people taking money out of the kitty instead of putting it in.
White males were like the peasants of the Middle Ages; our role in society was
always to work so that all might eat. But capitalism decided we were too
pricey, and so they brought in millions of Third World immigrants to replace us
and more or less tried to breed us out of existence.
Gradually, over a period
of about fifty years, all the entitlements were chipped away and replaced with
things like those big grants to the so-called “faith-based initiatives” I
mentioned. In other words, it was still possible for white people of the right
politically correct stripe to get their hooks into Federal tax money, all
right, but not as something you were entitled to because you’d worked like a
dog all your life and paid in. Instead there appeared all kinds of political quid
pro quo. The money was doled out in the form of “community grants,” etc. In
other words, as bribes for votes and political favors. Politically, America
became Chicago writ large. Racially, America became Brazil.
was total. The only spiritual aspect to American life, if you want to call it
that, was among a fairly significant number of quasi-fundamentalist Christians
in what was known as the religious right, but that wasn’t really a religion, it
was just a theological smokescreen for Zionism, which is a political and racial
ideology. The ones like old Walter who were always jumping for Jeeee-zus
on TV or running around in public handing out those silly little comic books or
hollering through bullhorns about how Israel was the fulfillment of Biblical
prophecy and God wanted us to slaughter every Muslim in the world who wouldn’t
bow down and convert.
When I was
growing up, everything we used or bought or saw around us was shoddy and
half-assed. The stuff we bought at Mighty Mart was all cheap plastic made in
Taiwan or some South American shithole under NAFTA. Cars and computers and
appliances were constantly breaking down because of substandard Third World
workmanship and planned obsolescence.
Nobody could spell correctly any more;
even computer spell check programs had errors in them. The roads and highways
were full of potholes. There were constant power outages and brownouts because
the electrical grid was so archaic and overloaded. There were constant cases of
ptomaine poisoning and botulism arising out of the fact that America wasn’t
even producing much of our own food any more; we were either importing
bacterial mad-cow beef for our hamburgers or sending our own food overseas to
be processed and canned up with whatever exotic Asian or African plague the
workers in the latest capitalist paradise suffered from. The public schools
were falling apart, and so were a lot of the private schools since no one had
any money to support them any more, and they had all succumbed to forced
diversity and political correctness.
Our textbooks were twenty years old and
nothing but politically correct, dumbed-down drivel anyway. Our teachers were
pig-ignorant and sometimes just barely spoke English. Health care, when you
could get it, was substandard and mostly carried out by Third World immigrants
whose medical degrees came from Roachistan U. There were regular scandals at
the Veterans’ Administration hospitals involving death by neglect and murder of
patients for sport by the staff, although once euthanasia for the elderly
became law that was only a misdemeanor.
times a day we were reminded that white people were a minority in our own land,
and a despised one at that. You turned on the TV and it was nothing but black
and brown and yellow faces. You went to the post
office and tried to buy stamps from some hadji who’d just walked off the jumbo
jet and into a government job because back in Iraq or Saudi he’d been a traitor
who collaborated with the invaders of his country and been rewarded with a
green card, but who didn’t even speak English. In some cases our glorious
Crusaders bribed whole Muslim armies to surrender without a fight that might
produce embarrassing casualties by offering them all green cards, a practice
that began with the First Gulf War in 1991.
All around us, we heard a dozen
languages, but above all the eternal gabble of that half-assed, almost
illiterate bastard Spanish that Central American Latinos speak. Everywhere we
went it seemed there were brown-skinned immigrants of some kind ahead of us in
line, always holding us up with their inability to speak our language. Always
you wanted to scream out “What the hell are you doing in my country?”
But if you ever did, if you ever so much as whispered a word of complaint or
criticism, you were finished. Hatecrime.
non-white was officially cool and admirable and anything white or European was
by definition lame and contemptible. For white people, especially white males,
there was a constant atmosphere of insult. On TV and everywhere else,
white men were portrayed as buffoons. We were all Homer Simpsons or Hank Hills.
Those are old cartoon characters. I don’t know if they are teaching kids in our
Republic’s schools today about Homer Simpson. If not, they should be, because
that’s how white men were portrayed, as bumbling, drunken, stupid fools instead
of the head of a family who deserved respect and trust.
One of the ways I think
ZOG might have avoided the revolution is if they’d just not insulted us
all the time. If they’d let us retain some kind of sense of dignity, pride, and
self-worth. But they just had to rub our noses in it.
lived with a constant sense of fear, especially fear of the informer.
For years it was never official, it was just understood that there were certain
things a white person, especially a white male, did not say and certain
opinions one did not voice or else bad things would happen, anything from loss
of employment to a malicious lawsuit to unpunished assault and murder by
left-wing or non-white thugs.
A couple of years before 10/22 ZOG got so nervous
about the growing rumblings of discontent from the pale peasantry that they
made it official. They passed the Dees Act, allegedly to “promote diversity and
protect minority rights in the workplace, including transit to and from the
workplace, and in public institutions of learning,” i.e. all public schools,
universities and colleges, and any private school getting so much as a dime of
The Dees Act slapped a mandatory five-year prison sentence on
anything and everything politically incorrect, from “causing mental anguish on
the basis of race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation” to “creating a
hostile workplace environment,” “inappropriately directed laughter,” and
“deliberate exclusion from conversation and social interaction in the
In other words, white people gathering in corners and talking to
one another was in itself an act of insurrection, and every lunch table and
extracurricular activity had to have an affirmative action quota of blacks,
browns, and bugger boys to monitor what the pale peasants were saying. We were
constantly bombarded with all this blather about how great Amurrica was and how
we supposedly had all this liberty and freedom and that was why we had to
“fight for our country” by going to the Middle East and slaughtering the
natives. (Needless to say, any mention of Israel got airbrushed out of the
picture real quick.)
Liberty, my ass! Ordinary white people were always afraid.
Any time a white person was about to make any kind of racial or other remark
that might have seemed even faintly politically incorrect, they looked over
their shoulder first to see who was listening. That is the mark of a true
police state. Any time you have to look over your shoulder for fear of who
might be listening, you’re not free.
was the almost obligatory race-mixing and perversion. In school and on the tube
we were always having our noses rubbed in interracial couples, gay couples,
man-sheep couples, you name it. We all somehow understood that of all the
taboos, speaking out against seeing some white girl with a nigger or a mud was
the strongest and that it would bring the most severe retaliation. We were all
made aware in a hundred sub rosa ways that it was the intention of our lords
and masters that all babies should eventually be brown, and that this was
supposed to be a good thing.
Yet to me, and I know to most of my
contemporaries, it never felt right. In Dundee itself, I am sorry to say
race-mixing was, if not common, at least there. We only had a couple of blacks
in town, but there were always illegal Mexicans looking for their La Gordas,
white women who were so hugely fat that having a spic marry her to get his
green card was the only way she would ever get a man.
The foulest thing of all
was the sex education courses. Fortunately by the time it got really bad I was
in high school and the system assumed I already knew the whole kama sutra, so
all I had to do was collect my weekly condom ration in homeroom, which I then
traded to convenience stores for a chili dog or a microwave burrito.
children in elementary school were being given illustrated courses in various
unnatural acts and told to pair off in class with someone of the same sex and
kiss them. One outraged father in Dundee went to jail for hatecrime under the
Dees Act when he pulled his son out of such a class and then lost it with the teacher
and called him a faggot. Got the full nickel, too, but he was murdered by
Mexicans in prison so he never completed his sentence.
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