The Turner Diaries Lite

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Extremism, WhiteManistan at 3:13 pm by George Smith

Before I get to the substance of the title today, intentionally amusing quotes from an editor of the Toronto Sun, why our neighbors to the north axed Harper and instated Trudeau. What it boils down to — they got sick of the nasty party. But it took awhile because, you know, angry old white guys who live in the country-side and want revenge.


Itís too simple to say that Mr. Harper was trying to Americanize Canada. That is rather insulting to Americans(no, not really — me), and anyway Mr. Harper, no internationalist, seemed bored by Americans, although he tagged along with them on their pointless bombing wars.

In the United States, divisions between, say, regions or parties seem reasonably matched. Mr. Harper was doing something different. He was enabling bullying on a national scale.

Ultimately Mr. Harperís problem in this election was that he couldnít win nationally with just an older, white male, rural base. He had to extend his reach, was weirdly unwilling to do that and ended up holding tiny rallies of Conservative voters, while Mr. Trudeau was meeting everyone, anyone …

The scroll of what Mr. Harper didnít like grew longer as the years passed. It comprised scientists, environmentalists, returning veterans, urbanites, immigrants, then immigrants with accents, refugee claimants, then claimants needing health care, and so on. Bubbles of despised people began popping up. At some point the bubbles would have joined up and made Canada a vast blister for Mr. Harper to target.

Which is a definition of what the Republican Party wants to do, one we ought to adopt as short and to the point. The rest of the country, to the GOP, is a large boil.

The Turner Diaries is one of this country’s premier pieces of white supremacist, and anti-Semitic, gun nut hate fiction. It’s a thin paperback on a white revolt from the violent right, seen through the eyes of its narrator, Earl Turner. A bloody insurrection is triggered when the government tries to confiscate the guns and put the resistance in camps.

An excerpt, from near the end, with freedom fighters triumphant:

“It was like the Gun Raids of four years ago, only in reverse — and the outcome was more drastic and more permanent for those raided. One of two things happened to those the troops dragged out onto the streets. If they were non-whites — and that included all the Jews and everyone who even looked like he had a bit of non-white ancestry — they were shoved into hastily formed columns and started on their no return march to the canyon in the foothills north of the city. The slightest resistance, any attempt at backtalk, or any lagging brought a swift bullet.

“The Whites, on the other hand, were, in nearly all cases, hanged on the spot.”

This, as the book narrates, during an operation to leave Los Angeles “utterly and completely pacified,” after urban crowds “were chanting ‘racism must go’ and ‘equality forever’ and other slogans the Jews had taught them.”

“It reminded me of the mass demonstrations of the Vietnam era,” Earl Turner continues.

Today, this, publicized and passed around by the National Rifle Association:

The radical left is getting much louder, much more shrill, and much more insistent in their desire to use force to get their way and impose their ideas on the American people.

If they try such a radical path it would end poorly and quickly.

The military and local law enforcement agencies in the United States that the radical left has been trashing in public since the Vietnam War until now will not take part in any plot to disarm American citizens.

Soldiers, Marines and sheriffs may even defect to actively resist any federal officers from a pool of just over 100,000 who would take on the suicidal task of taking on the military, local police, and a hundred righteously-angry million gun owners, led by over a thousand angry Green Berets that warned President Obama in 2013 not push his luck…

We do not want a civil war against the radical left wing of the Democrat Party, but let it be made abundantly clear that if they start one, they will be utterly destroyed by armed free citizens, as the Founders intended.

The NRA’s pointer.

It lacks the virulent anti-Semitism of The Turner Diaries, but it’s also fair to call it of the same hate stream.


  1. Ted Jr. said,

    October 30, 2015 at 4:23 pm

    To begin with, the Toronto Sun is a right wing rag, so that level of ‘criticism’ of the Tories proves that Mr H. had outlived his usefulness.

    I agree the whitemanistan element plays a significant part in any analysis but it must be understood that Mr H was a thoroughly nasty piece of work, guilty, IMHO, of the same sin as Trudeau Sr. in that he didn’t give a rat’s behind about the people he ruled. Unlike Trudeau Sr. who could twirl the press around his little finger, Mr. H lacked the personal skills to ever be popular.

    No, it got to the point where even a life long Conservative voter would stay home rather than go to vote with the 2 alternatives available – spoil the ballot by voting ‘no’ beside each non-candidate, or leave the ballot blank in which case it would still be spoiled. None of the above was not available as a choice, unfortunately.

    All of the group(s) Mr H managed to alienate – ethnics, no hope students, sexually different individuals, liberals, greenies, left wing idealogues all turned out en masse and voted for Trudeau Jr, a fitting revenge against the PM who had spewed so much vitriol their direction.

    It was the increase in votes which killed Mr. H, not a large exit of his base.
    Therefore the ex-reform ex-CRAP currently known as Conservative party in Canada will likely be relegated to official opposition status until such time as the Liberal party of Canada manages to find someone as inept and dislikeable as Mr. H and then we will have another run at Neo-Con Conservatism north of the 49th parallel.

    And there is a thought I have heard which is worth repeating – Mr. H may have thrown the election on purpose due to something insiders like him may be aware of that the general population isn’t. We have that historical precedent and the result was the election of R.B. Bennett.

  2. George Smith said,

    November 5, 2015 at 3:03 pm

    I didn’t really know any of that. Thanks muchly for the enlightenment.

    So you’re saying it’s a possibility Harper didn’t campaign because he didn’t want the right to take the rap for an economic disaster they think’s coming, ala Bennett and the Great Depression?