Lauren Southern, Generation Identity, and the Quest for Meaning

Via Gab from VDARE comes this interesting reminder that “free speech is not worth very much if we don’t have anything substantial to say.”

Basing opposition to transnational socialism on the “restoration” of the 230-year-old organizational system that, since 1861 at least, has been used by the national government to trample on individual and states’ rights is co-dependent delusion at best.

BWS much?

Why is it that traditional Americans cannot even discuss in polite society the defense of the culture that — modern cant notwithstanding — built this nation?

And when did “equality” — whatever that means — become the trump card over any other consideration?

19 responses to “Lauren Southern, Generation Identity, and the Quest for Meaning

  1. “And when did “equality” — whatever that means — become the trump card over any other consideration?”

    The “equality” piece is a fad. Times are still too comfortable where this rhetoric can still exist. Upon more challenging times, equality will equate to pecking order and utility, thus nullifying many folks existence.

    The required discourse is inhumane, inevitable, and not fair.

  2. ghostsniper

    “…230-year-old organizational system…”
    ================================

    Substitute the word communism for the word organization, above.

    When you allow the first communist trait, theft, you allow ALL communist traits eventually.

    The common retard reaction is always the same:
    “But, but, but, how are we gonna build the roads?”

    The idiocy in this country is breathtaking.
    A great culling is way past due.

  3. the whites may have built it, but they have failed in keeping it.

    whites will be exterminated as per the (((NWO)) “End Game”.

    no worries whitey.

    go get another tattoo, get drunk, grow a rats nest on your face, and stuff your fat fucking guts with shit food.

    your wymin breed with anything but your stupid dumb asses…

    meet your new betters.

  4. Mississippi Rebel

    Life’s not equal or fair. Deal with it, and play the hand you are dealt!

  5. Because there is no such thing as equality, it is called equality to disguise what is nothing short of cultural marxist deliberately instigated civil war.

  6. There are those who dwell in the forgotten lands, they have long suffered the tyranny known as TINVOWOOT, they understand that the greatest weapon ever devised originates not from some moth bitten parchment that is like a week old cat turd been runned over by a bus, but in something far more tangible, they call it BFYTW, aka:

  7. RE: ” Basing opposition to transnational socialism on the “restoration” of the 230-year-old organizational system that, since 1861 at least, has been used by the national government to trample on individual and states’ rights is co-dependent delusion at best. ”

    Is that really what’s going on here? What part of the original is really left? The 1861-1865 time period was not the best as far as state’s rights and following the (alleged) intents of the founders. But at least the country returned to something approximating the way it was founded after the war. Except I suppose many of the Southern states where they were occupied territory.

    It wasn’t until the dawn of the “progressive” era that the big government / socialist thing really started to take off. Garet Garrett wrote “The Revolution Was” during the 1930’s after FDR started fully socializing the country by expanding big government into every nook and cranny: https://mises.org/library/revolution-was

    Garrett pointed out something in the 1930’s – that many “conservatives” seem to have STILL not figured out: namely that the structure of government was changed underneath the facade and was still presented to the public as the same “republic” they thought was established by the founders. Garrett said this: ” There are those who have never ceased to say very earnestly, “Something is going to happen to the American form of government if we don’t watch out.”

    I’ve been arguing with people online and in person for a good 20 years now – and what Garrett describes in that sentence is STILL with us and very prevalent as an attitude among much of the “right” – at least it was until this last Presidential election.

    So my overall point here is: I think it’s a little disingenuous to say the system that was established – is the same system we have now.

    I think the real question is: was the system that was established not robust enough to withstand the attacks of the statists upon it over time. Which BTW – I think is a problem Jefferson recognized when he said you’ve got to have regular revolutions – or the the whole thing goes to shit (paraphrase).

  8. wendystringer48088

    When I tried to go to https://altright.com/2017/06/29/lauren-southern-generation-identity-and-the-quest-for-meaning/
    I got a page that gives the error message:
    Cannot connect to altright.com
    You’ve requested a page that currently is on the SiteLock network.
    SiteLock was unable to connect to the server.
    😦

    • At work or somewhere like Starbucks? SiteLock is a pay-for firewall service. If you are getting that on your ISP then you either need to call them up and tell them to take it if your account. Or change ISPs. Most major providers like Comcast don’t use that service or others like it..

      You can Google up Site Lock, if you are interested.

  9. Working at this end. Just checked.