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Floyd Protests

: June 2, 2020

I agree with protesting events like the Floyd event on their own merits.

I don’t agree, however, with turning into a sustained, long term movement, unless it becomes a movement that starts asking the question “who set up the system in the first place?”

Because at that point we have a common enemy – we both oppose the people who set up the system. But until that point the protest is out of respect but not out of sustainable message – which must oppose the entire system that has been engineered and the harm it causes not just to blacks but to (working) whites too.

Class and Race

: June 1, 2020

I will find common ground where I can find common ground and I’ll even tolerate some opposing views.

But you have to understand that I’m part of the old school “class warrior” left and not the “liberal” social justice warrior “woke” left. I don’t deny that there are racial issues and I did support the protests, but I do “deny” that these issues come anywhere near the size of the class issues. To put it bluntly, the slogan about the 99% in occupy wall street is basically correct. A LOT of white people have been financially fucked and bullied in the work place, and treated like trash in spite of their merit, good attendance and problem solving.

Some blacks might actually be in a good position. “Middle” or upper class blacks. Yes, I do agree that overall Whites have a better “average” but be careful with averages. A block can average 100k salary if there’s one millionaire and 15 other poor people. I feel a lot of people lose sight of this and talk about “white privilege.”

I don’t think it’s possible to defend the working class unless you call out politicians who serve a false solution that focusing exclusively on racism can fix it. Anti-racist activism has its place, but if you focus on that exclusively, you’re going to skip over a lot of hurt that is caused by corporate greed and bullying and isn’t necessarily racist but a huge problem. And sometimes there’s even reverse racism in attempts to correct racism.

sometimes i wonder if the people who complain about racism but say nothing about the plight of white workers ever worked a real job.

Whites Can Face Prejudice

: May 31, 2020

Perhaps I should emphasize that my view isn’t so much that racism doesn’t exist but that I object to the idea that every white person has a fair shot and gets judged on their merits and that only non-whites face these problems of prejudice. Actually plenty of white people get judged unfairly.

Nobody can really claim that they know what it’s like to be another race. If you’re brown you can’t claim that you know what it’s like to be black, or vice versa, or what it’s like to be white.

But it is reasonable to claim that you know what it is like to be “pre judged” or to be discriminated against based on what people anticipate about you instead of what you really would have done or are. So it is possible for a white person to understand prejudice if they’ve been fucked over a few times in their life – which i have more than a few (particularly in my computer programming career going up against power hungry baby boomers and Indian vendors).

Boomers: Bad Decisions or Malfunctioning Brains?

: May 29, 2020

I have my theory about boomers. It’s not just a choice, it’s biological. Because of the environment they grew up in, their brains formed wrong. Wanting a boomer to do good is like wanting a person who is 30 and never spoke a western european language to speak english well.

A Remark On Leftism

: May 29, 2020

I reply here, suggesting that being “anti-white” is okay if not taken to a mundane, literal, low level extreme that applies it universally to all Whites.

Let’s just be clear about one thing, the point that most true leftist aren’t anti-racist, they’re anti-white, is true. And being anti-white is more logical than being anti-racist. And to an extent I can sympathize with being anti-white if it’s not taken to such an extreme gradient that its against all subdivisions of white society. Which means I don’t mind using non-whites to knock out whites who I don’t like.

It’s a chess game, and I’ll collaborate with some black chess pieces to remove some white chess pieces. it’s not about unity across an entire race.

Harder than Being Homeless

: May 26, 2020

The hardest type of life isn’t being homeless, it’s working a tough job and having just enough to get by, if even that.

That’s harder than being homeless. It would be very easy to live in some car and escape all responsibility.

Cancelling Opponents of the Wars

: May 26, 2020

Let’s say that you’re a person who believes the wars basically fought in self-defense and that the people who allege that they were instead fought for big corporations and foreign lobbies are wrong.

Even if you are one of those people, you would not have the right to deplatform, fire and silence people who disagree with you. And frankly that’s what happened a lot back in the day. The list of targets “cancelled” for opposing the wars is a big list. Trump lies when he says he did, because he would have been cancelled too.

Rise of Conservative Democrats

: May 26, 2020

I predict that there is going to be a rise of what I call “conservative Democrats.”

This is people who want nothing to do with the free market libertarian ideologies of the republican party, but aren’t ashamed of their race or sex, discourage abortion and are against the war mongers who sell out.

I am certain I am not the only person like this and think elite forces are working behind the scenes to pretend people like us – economically leftist but not “liberal” – don’t exist when we exist in huge numbers.

On the Military

: May 26, 2020

I don’t necessarily deny that military volunteers intend to give their life for our country. In actuality, though they fight for the profit of large corporations and foreign influence lobbies.

My Views

: May 25, 2020

My views are kind of like a conservative democrat, meaning i don’t like 100 genders, war mongering, talking about race instead of class in a way to make whites bad instead of the business class bad, but I agree with FDR style economics. I basically want to get rid of all the weirdos from the Democratic Party.

I would support a revolution but I don’t think Americans are ready for it and I think American marxists aren’t serious marxists.

I’d rather be a conservative Democrat than an anti big business Republican.

Millennialls are close to controlling the democratic party but don’t quite control it yet. Soon they will, and only a candidate with views like Sanders will be able to win.

On the other hand Millennialls are not close to controlling the Republican Party and Trump turned out to be a fraud on everything, even his supposed disdain for being the world policeman.