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I Swear I’m Not Making This Up

Blogging and tweeting about politics, a person is prone to run into occasional cretins; but for the most part this is a constellation of internet subcultures selecting for some level of education. Even the idiots tend to be more or less well-informed – though the quality of the information, not to mention its interpretation, varies considerably from sphere to sphere. Most of us know, too, that the standard run of humanity, whites included, is pretty unremarkable. Again, working in a cubicle job as so many of us do, one understands that the average citizen out there – even the average white citizen – is, let’s be honest, not very smart; but even this unenviable sample set selects for unrepresentative merit. Only when one steps away from the computer and, say, stops into a Wendy’s for a baked potato, as I did this afternoon, is the awe-inspiring chasm separating the internet cognoscenti from the typical American man or woman made absolutely and painfully apparent.

I’d been to the store to pick up a few snacks and decided to stop at Wendy’s on the way home for something hot. Ordinarily I wouldn’t have sat so close to a table full of undesirables; but this not being the best neighborhood, I looked for a seat where I’d be able to keep an eye on my car, full as it was of grocery bags, and sat a few feet from another table where two blacks, an elderly dude and a pudgy woman, were joined by a hard-faced old wiggeress using a walker. Fox News was droning from the TV over my table, and the three of them were watching with interest, commenting on the weather and the early birds already congregating in Times Square for the New Year’s Eve celebration. After a while – after making the prediction that “they gonna blow somethin’ up” – the old black guy got up and excused himself to go have a smoke outside.

The TV, as mentioned, was tuned to Fox News, so it wasn’t long before Neil Cavuto was talking about ISIS terrorism and doing his best to keep a straight face. Another plot, it would seem, was foiled today in Rochester, New York, where some black doofus was apprehended before carrying out his intention to perpetrate “a New Year’s Eve machete attack on diners at a local restaurant on behalf of the Islamic State”. ISIS “brother” Emanuel Lutchman was allegedly dumb and gullible enough to have “sent an audio recording to an undercover informant [i.e., handler] who he thought would advance his plot in which he swore an oath of allegiance to the Islamic State leader [i.e., fictitious character], Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.”

The women perked up at the terror news. Even the Wendy’s manager – a good-looking blonde in an ugly scarf – spoke up to commiserate and immediately gave herself away as a hopeless patriotard. “It’s sad, isn’t it,” she said, “that we, as American citizens, have to be afraid!” No doubt she was the one who had made sure beforehand that the TV was tuned correctly – tuned into her favorite fair-and-balanced “news” channel, that is. What really seemed to tingle the spines of the two biddies at the table was how nondescript, how chameleonic, the diabolical ISIS jihadis could be. They could be anybody. “He could be ISIS,” said the wiggeress, suddenly pointing at me. Stony-faced and earnest – I assume she detected my stifled mirth – she observed that my pocket was “bulging”. I reassured her by producing a pair of ragged but non-lethal gloves from the pocket in question, but this left their need to be titillated by something – anything – on this spooky New Year’s Eve unsatisfied.

It was scary, too, that the terror plot had centered around a restaurant, of all places. It wasn’t even safe to go out to eat anymore – even to Wendy’s! The black woman rambled on and on about how ISIS had popped up in Minnesota – “the same state where I was!” – just a few months back, and how this story had been “on the news and everything.” Young men all around the country – men who could look like anybody and be anybody – even me – were being recruited into the ranks of radicalized Islamic terrorist cells. It became increasingly apparent that these women were not really frightened out of any genuine conviction that something terrible was going to happen to them at Wendy’s; it was just that they wanted desperately to believe that they had something to fear. It was more of a Halloween feeling I got from all of these gobblers, actually. Silly little children in fat old bodies, still scaring each other with campfire stories about mysterious drifters with hooks for hands, or perhaps scimitars, who could jump out of the darkness at any moment and give them a fleeting jolt of excitement on the saddest, most inebriated night of the year.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

 

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13 comments on “I Swear I’m Not Making This Up

  1. icareviews
    December 31, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. Hipster Racist
    December 31, 2015

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  3. Hipster Racist
    December 31, 2015

    “Johnny Taliban” was made an example of precisely because they wanted us to know that we too could be targets.

    One of the first people charged under the PATRIOT Act was Susan Lindauer, a blonde haired, blue eyed white lady, an American citizen, who had done her level best to prevent the 9/11 attacks and warn various government officials that the attacks were being allowed to happen.

    Muslims are such a great enemy too, because the average American doesn’t know anything about them, and as a religion whites and blacks can also be Muslim.

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    • icareviews
      December 31, 2015

      One other thing about the episode I related that was funny to me is that, before she left, the wigger woman asked me what book I was reading. I told her it was about Sigmund Freud – “the founder of psychoanalysis,” I added – but it was clear that the name meant nothing to her. I wonder if she suspected I was reading the Koran.

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  4. weeedwacker
    January 1, 2016

    That’s some scary shit dude!
    “Please…I’ll do anything you want. We can even get it on if you want to, I wont make any fuss…”
    I’m now seriously considering a life of crime.

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  5. indravaruna
    January 1, 2016

    Nothing work as well as fear, ISIS/ISIL/Daesh is doing the work for the Zionist-Jewish Elites, the US and the EU are becoming the new Soviet Union.

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  6. Hipster Racist
    January 1, 2016

    It became increasingly apparent that these women were not really frightened out of any genuine conviction that something terrible was going to happen to them at Wendy’s; it was just that they wanted desperately to believe that they had something to fear.

    After 9/11, it was the small towns – with no Muslims and no targets of interests – that were awash in terrorism hysteria.

    It’s a similar dynamic with the “Christian Zionists” – they love to see TV News about Israel and the Middle East because all of a sudden they can pretend their Bible stories are relevant to their lives. Feeding the poor and turning the other cheek are not nearly as much fan as fantasizing about the End Times and Jesus smiting your enemies.

    As has been noticed by various commenters on the right and the left, Muslims are the only “enemy” people are allowed to be “racist” against – they are the one exception to the “no racism” rule. So, since you can’t discuss Black crime, or the Mestizo invasion, or elite Asians taking high paying jobs, and certainly not powerful Jews in the media, finance, and the Israel lobby, the one place the average American is allowed to show any sort of hostility to an outgroup is against Muslims.

    And the fact it’s not a real threat makes it that much better, because if it was a real threat you’d have to do something about it.

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  8. kerberos616
    January 2, 2016

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  9. donlogansfortress
    January 9, 2016
  10. clytemnestra57
    January 11, 2016

    @Hipster Racist:

    As has been noticed by various commenters on the right and the left, Muslims are the only “enemy” people are allowed to be “racist” against – they are the one exception to the “no racism” rule. So, since you can’t discuss Black crime, or the Mestizo invasion, or elite Asians taking high paying jobs, and certainly not powerful Jews in the media, finance, and the Israel lobby, the one place the average American is allowed to show any sort of hostility to an outgroup is against Muslims.

    The big irony is that Islam seems to be the only religion that does not seem to have a racial association. Mention the term Christian and the association automatically defaults to White. Buddhist automatically defaults to East Asian. Hindu automatically defaults to East Indian. Jew automatically defaults to its own distinct-looking population.

    Yes, Islam is associated with Arabs, but even that population has a broad color spectrum. If anyone has read The Autobiography of Malcolm X, when he visited Mecca, remember that he was overwhelmed by how truly diverse Islam was with Muslims being represented by every race and ethnicity on earth. He claimed that it changed his own views on White people and ended any bigotry against them.

    I get the notion that Malcolm X was actively considering the idea of starting his own mosque and winning White converts to Islam to overcome racism. I find that the timing of his assassination at the hands of the Nation of Islam right AFTER his conversion to authentic Islam and eye-opening visit to Mecca highly suspect. Supposedly, he was killed because of a falling out with his former mentor, Elijah Mohammed, but that doesn’t explain why he wasn’t rubbed out several months earlier.

    I am, by no means, saying that Muslims aren’t a problem in their own right. But one is always intrigued by the road not taken. Although Islam is famous for its doctrine for converting people at sword-point, there were and are a number of converts that were never so compelled. Islam won many converts in India from Hindus trying to escape the bottom of the caste system. In Indonesia,

    What would have happened to American foreign policy in the Middle East, if Malcolm X had started his own mosque that was inclusive to all Americans, particularly White Americans? With two generations of American Muslims of all stripes, would we have gotten involved in either war with Iraq? Would we have invaded Afghanistan? Would we be trying to stir up things with Iran and Syria? Most of all, would we be continuing to give Israel billions of dollars in financial or material support?

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    • Hipster Racist
      January 11, 2016

      @Cly

      Louis Farrakhan admitted to having a hand in Malcom X’s assassination. Whether that is true, or just bragging, who knows. But it seems obvious to me that Farrakhan was an FBI collaborator (along with the “United Slaves” guy that invented Kwanza) and the purpose was to ghettoize the Black movement.

      Hipster Racist wrote about this not long ago when I reviewed James Atwill’s work on the “archaic revival” – a attempt by the old, pre-1960s establishment to ghettoize various movements deemed a threat (Black Power, the White anti-Vietnam war movement by turning them into “hippies” into LSD and the like.)

      The documentation of this plan in voluminous, but of course, you can’t discuss it without becoming a “conspiracy theorist.”

      Yes, Islam may be centered around Arab culture and language, but no doubt it’s as universalist as Christianity, maybe more so.

      After reading Joseph Atwill and “James, the Brother of Jesus” by Dead Sea Scrolls scholar David Eisenmann (Jewish) – I have to say the “Hebrew” religion of 70 AD was virtually indistinguishable from Islam, a sort of “proto-Islam.” When the Temple was destroyed, two new pro-Roman Empire religions were born, Christianity and Judaism. The “Jews” trying to fight the Romans needed allies, so they tried to “universalize” their religion and brought in a number of Arab tribes to help fight the Empire.

      The religion that was snuffed out simply morphed into Islam a few hundred years later.

      I think if the Roman Empire had been defeated and proto-Islam took over Europe – – or Islam itself had defeated Europe in the Middle Ages, it would have been a disaster. We wouldn’t be “us” but something completely different.

      And by the 1960s, the British Empire already had 150 years of playing off Muslim factions against each other, so I’m not sure if Malcolm X would have ever had a chance.

      I’ve never gotten on board with the post-9/11 demonization of Muslims, but I’m not pro-Islam, at least not for White people.

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