The parents filed suit in Hamilton County Common Pleas court to try and get the suspension erased… A Judge denied the claim… “The perception is he intimidated her,” said Candice Tolbert, his mother. “My son stared at a girl who was engaged in a staring game,” she said. “SHE GIGGLED THE ENTIRE TIME”… Court paper shows the female student “felt fearful”…
The Japanese like to wear surgical masks when they have a cold or suffer from hay fever. But here’s a design you certainly don’t see much on the streets. The Pantsu Mask is literally meant to resemble a pair of panties, which you “wear” just like regular facial mask to keep germs from spreading. Handmade in cotton, the design is also reversible so you can wear stripes or polka-dots, depending on your mood.
“I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her commodious harbors and her ample rivers – and it was not there . . . in her fertile fields and boundless forests and it was not there . . . in her rich mines and her vast world commerce – and it was not there . . . in her democratic Congress and her matchless Constitution – and it was not there. Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpits aflame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power. America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.”
― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America
[CH: tocqueville was as prophetic as he was observant.]
The video is made by @UncuckTheRight, and it is a job well done. That account has a respectable number of followers but still isn’t one of the big ones – whose retweet might we guess CH found this gem in?
The video includes many of the themes you will find in alt-Right Twitter discussions: “triggered hard”, cuckolds, dindus, only Israel gets to have tough immigration laws and a wall, hookup culture, neghole, cisgendered, polyamory, Salon and similar, “it’s the current year”.
…The last one being a joke about how leftists are always so SHOCKED in Twitter replies: “omg I can’t even. I’m literally shaking right now. Don’t you know it’s 2015? Ignorant. Missing out on so much, I feel sorry for you.” So the joke about this is “omg it’s the current year” as they say the same thing year after year.
This reminds me that Twitter has a very active nationalist discussion going on, really the best alt-Right discussion sphere right now. If you are new to it, look up @Ricky_Vaughn99 and start from there. You can have some fun looking at #NRORevolt, #cuckservative and other hashtags.
The alt-Right is the new resistance. It is irreverent, it is fun, it presents facts in a catchy way. It anticipates leftist replies and posts them first, as a joke, taking the sting out of their slurs and threats. It puts the spotlight squarely on traitors in the mainstream Right, filling their Twitter accounts with a stream of laughter, and they hate it, as shown by their wounded reactions. And there are certain signs that the alt-Right has effect outside its realm – for example that Donald Trump reads it. Don’t disregard this kind of communication, it does make a difference. Year after year of repetition brings info to new ears.
As @genophilia notes, back in 2007 it was hard to get even 500 views for a nationalist video. Now it isn’t surprising to get 100,000.
Tradcons think being bitter, unchanging, basing all on flag-waving, religion, Constitution and military worship, is the way to go. Really they are just reacting to the Left, and poorly. They have no counter vision to offer. They can’t excite young newcomers. The alt-Right is different.
“We are never going away. This isn’t even our final form.” The alt-Right adapts. That simple quote, just to name one, shows a knowledge of youth culture that tradcons can’t understand and angrily dismiss. Bah! Bah, they say! Better turn on the TV and watch football.
alt-Right – sweet and sour and salty and not falling in the same traps as yesteryear. Omg trigger warning I can’t even. Do they even know it’s the current year?
[CH: so… is it fair to say CH has unleashed hell? i feel the need for a preen.]
Though I find the dialogue is sensible and the homage to traditional white pagan customs at worst neutral, I have to say the conematography simply reeks of eskimo degenerate demonic symbolism and thinly veiled sexual allusions characteristic of modern (and you know what I mean by modern) filmmaking.
There’s just some ingredient present in true, proud white creativity that no other race can emulate. It’s just this sturdiness and refined power that permeates the work. The negro can capture the spirit but can’t discipline it, the mongol can harness the discipline but not the sensuality and grace. But the eskimo can’t do any of the above; none of their work can encapsulate even the tiniest bit of taste and never comes of as anything but a cheap, degenerate copy. The degenerate copy motif is ubiquitous by the way, I know there’s a Mencken wuote about it. Of course this used to be common knowledge.
It really leaves me feeling so empty to know that my ancestors were of the same stock as the masters of so many disciplines, and now we’ve had our society hijacked by these cartoonish perversions. Euler was mathematics. Bach was music. Newton was science. We didn’t have the world, but we RULED it and I don’t care what any SWJ pseudoscience says, no civilization achieved what WHITE, WESTERN, ANGLO-GERMANIC society could. I only hope one day we can realize that heritage again.
I’m aware. I’m also aware Burton is an athiest but of Christian descent.
I more or less mean that, stylistically, it seems very… perverse. So I guess in a way it was a mockery of the original? I guess I just don’t understand how the film selected ties to the things they’re saying.