The Turner Diaries lite (continued)

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Extremism, Ted Nugent, WhiteManistan at 3:40 pm by George Smith

California is not immunized against the rage and paranoia of the white right-wing American gun owner, although some occasionally think it is. After all, a lot of them live here. From a state newspaper: Amid a new round of debate over gun control, Californians have already bought a record number of firearms in 2015, including […]


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 […]


Are Sales of ‘The Turner Diaries’ Up?

Posted in Extremism at 9:21 am by George Smith

“And at this point, whatever dividing line there was between mainstream conservatism and the black-helicopter crowd seems to have been virtually erased,” wrote Paul Krugman. He’s pointing out the obvious: The two recent assassinations conducted by white extremists uncomfortably aligns with the pop-eyed rhetoric emitted daily by the GOP. Predictably, Krugman singles out Rush Limbaugh […]


The White Gun Bully of America Army and its romance fiction

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Culture of Lickspittle, Extremism at 4:14 pm by George Smith

A small detachment of the White Gun Bully of America Army has started the rebellion and asks for your help in continuing the war against tyranny in the outback of Oregon. Grab your AR-15s and ammo, your Don’t Tread on Me yellow flags, jump in your truck and help fan the spark seen round the […]


Yes, WhiteManistan has lost its marbles

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle, Decline and Fall, Extremism at 2:45 pm by George Smith

Pity the people who are not insane in Texas. They’re trapped in place with the encapsulated delusions of the ruling right and they can’t get out. The only answer is to run the GOP from political power, as in California. But that’s not an option in Texas. So this week, many people who wished to […]


Right-wingers riled over anti-terror exercise

Posted in Bioterrorism, Crazy Weapons, Ricin Kooks, WhiteManistan at 5:22 pm by George Smith

From last week: Well over a quarter of a century ago I was always able to find Hutckinson’s recipe for abrin [and ricin] at the end of a telephone line. With the squeal of a US Robotics modem you would find it archived, along with lots of other alleged means to easy mayhem and malice, […]


The mainstreaming of hate

Posted in Extremism, Imminent Catastrophe, Psychopath & Sociopath, Ted Nugent at 2:33 pm by George Smith

Laboratory of democracy, example #1. And some experiments yield results that are no good. The current Republican Party has mainstreamed all the tropes of “The Turner Diaries,” the premier piece of race hate fiction in this country. I don’t say this lightly. But after the last four years of the Obama presidency, it’s quite clear. […]


Nazi punks errata

Posted in Extremism at 12:06 pm by George Smith

From the record label of Wade Page’s neo-Nazi bands, this memo: Label 56 is very sorry to hear about the tragedy in Wisconsin and our thoughts are with the families and friends of those who are affected. We have worked hard over the years to promote a positive image and have posted many articles encouraging […]


Sick Sad World (doesn’t quite capture it)

Posted in Decline and Fall, Extremism at 7:33 am by George Smith

Wade Michael Page, the forty year old ex-soldier named as the perpetrator of the latest massacre, this in Wisconsin, was a member of the Nazi punk band, End Apathy. Like every other punk band in North America, End Apathy entered Ernie Ball’s Battle of the Bands contest for a slot on the Van’s Warped Tour. […]


Recommending improved standard of living = bad

Posted in Extremism at 8:43 am by George Smith

Deemed possibly improper political advocacy, therefore out of bounds work at a university supported by state funding. Steve Aftergood might have something to say about the use of FOIA as a political instrument for intimidation. From TPM, on the Mackinac Institute’s use of FOIA to damage labor in Michigan: Ken Braun [of Mackinac] explained why […]

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