The hobbies of WhiteManistan

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, WhiteManistan at 11:28 am by George Smith

The hobbies of WhiteManistan are easy to define: Anything bunches of angry white guys with weapons can do to scare and intimidate everyone else. And in special cases, the one-on-one gunning down of unarmed but suspected enemies. The hobbies are officially promoted by enacting laws that make it OK for WhiteManistanis to shoot not-white people and/or government workers who make them nervous and which also enable the waving of assault rifles at unarmed civilians in demonstrations of freedom from tyranny.

And nothing says you’re a tyranny-fighting patriot like riding your ATV over a native American historical site in Utah with your posse of like-minded buddies.

From the Salt Lake Tribune, excerpted:

While addressing the rally, [the WhiteManistan sovereign citizen leading the parade] voiced second thoughts about riding the closed trail, fearing illegal action would promote conflict and undermine his cause, which “is being tried in the court of public opinion.”

He proposed riding the canyon rim instead, but rally goers shouted that idea down …

Itís your god-given right to go down and ride through that canyon and to hell with the media,” shouted an armed militia member.

The newspaper noted the armed militiamen in attendance declined to be interviewed.

Do follow the link to see the pictures. My regret, of course, is I didn’t have these to include in my WhiteManistan Vacation song.

Hey, let’s go out and wave our guns at people in the park on Saturday.


  1. Ted Jr. said,

    May 16, 2014 at 4:47 pm

    >> WhiteManistan sovereign citizen leading the parade

    Isn’t sovereign citizen just a euphemism for a person who
    – doesn’t want to pay taxes
    – wants to squat in someone else’s property for free
    – wants someone else to clean up the mess created by
    said sovereign citizen

    And above all screams “liberty or death” right after they go to
    Kroger’s and empty their EBT card.

    Or do I have that wrong?

  2. George Smith said,

    May 16, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    No. There have been press examples of the same. They have an ability for encapsulated delusions/cognition which is not uncommon in followers of authoritarians.

    It’s not that hard to find people, right now, railing about how they detest Obamacare but who have received the benefit under a localized state name which they don’t know is the same program. Kentucky comes to mind, where it’s called Kynect, which they like once they’re signed up for it.

    See, the issue is a racial third rail, too. It’s the other people who are receiving the benefit who are engaged in widespread fraud.

    I don’t believe it’s historically novel or unique to America. People who fall under the sway of fascist and authoritarian movements twist themselves into all kinds of cognitive distortions.