[From "You Reap What You Sow"]
Ah, the smell of napalm in the morning. As our nation burns, as we witness horrifying scenes of carnage and rapine, we may finally understand that the United States of America are dead. Our country is gone, stolen and surrendered. Donald Trump isn’t going to bring it back, even if he wanted to — and he most assuredly doesn’t. This is one reason why we should not vote in November. For another, like the pitiful desperation of the Amerindian race in its death throes, voting and calmly debating policy issues, participating in the present political system at all, is just a version of the Ghost Dance. We lose either way. Why keep praying for rain?
Forget the polity formerly known as America. It’s dead. Move on. We do not have anything even approximating a “movement.” It’s too late for all of that. We must forget national politics. The future lies in our communities. Our dwindling lives and resources are far better spent where they may be of use, in local and State politics, in building continuous enclaves to keep stoking the Promethean fire of the West against the nightmare now beginning to fall in torrents.
We can only get to a better future by letting our irredeemably corrupt System burn. I’ve seen arguments that this “accelerationist” position justifies voting for “Joe Biden”, and I’ve seen equally valid arguments to justify voting for Donald Trump. In my view, the totalitarian Left is here, and they ain’t going away. If “Biden” wins, the country collapses. If Trump wins, which will be difficult given the massive voter fraud that is certainly being planned, along with whatever false flag “mass shooting” psy-op they cook up, they’ll come anyways. We get burned.
By participating in the System at all by casting a vote, we place the imprimatur of legality upon the results of the “election,” whatever they may be. By “voting”, we allow the System to say that “the people” made a “choice.” We have not had a choice for at least eighty years. George Wallace said it best. There ain’t a dime’s worth of difference between the two parties. They aren’t even two parties. By simply walking away, by refusing to participate in the fraud, we expose the System for the sham that it is. A “winner” would have no national mandate if half of the nation didn’t even vote. And, a black mark on the rapidity of the Great Replacement, we still make up half of the nation that we built.
I don’t feel any sympathy for the leftist cities collapsing before our eyes — yes, even those in the whilom Confederacy, for they ceased to be ours as soon as the New South reared its ugly head. Why mourn the failure of evil? The good, decent people would have left long ago and decamped for greener pastures. Those who remain aren’t too poor to leave, considering it is insanely expensive to live in these leftist hellholes. Those who remain, with, I’m sure, a statistical handful of exceptions, are by and large True Believers. They voted for this. They voted for the carnage . They voted to disarm themselves. They voted to choke their sidewalks with filth. Let them live with the consequences of their leftism. Let the Coalition of the Ascendant claim they built America prove it. Just as we should never intervene in foreign lands, we should not intervene in the hostile slums that swallowed our once-great cities.
Why should Arkansas taxpayers be forced to foot the bill to clean up a smoldering pile of rubble left by those bent on their annihilation? Why should we give our tax dollars to heathens who will just burn it all down again anyways? Why would they even want our “racist” blood money? After all, our very presence “keeps them down.” Maybe Walmart can throw another hundred million dollars to the barbarians. Chick-Fil-A’s Dan Cathey can supply them with chicken as he kisses their feet.
Let ’em burn.