Der Kommissar

Scott is once again lamenting the current state of affairs in our society, in particular the madness of the “Watermelon purge.” The part that caught my attention is this:

They have no idea the purging pogrom that is coming if this stuff is not stopped. No one will escape it. If you have ever posted something online that looked like a watermelon, smelled like a watermelon or had the word “black” in it, you will be dismissed from polite society. It’s just not your turn yet.

Scott is correct- the new Commissars are indeed coming. The West is in for a series of purges, the likes of which haven’t been seen for a very long time. I use the word Commissar because the allusion to Communist enforces of “orthodoxy” is quite apparent. The same level of viciousness is to be expected, although perhaps not the same level of violence. Rather, I predict that social, political and economic sanctions will be the primary means of enforcement. All the same, it won’t be pretty.

Watermelons are far from the beginning, and far from the end. I’ve written on this many times before. Sadly, I will be writing on it in the future- at least, until I am forced to abandon this blog… or it is shut down.

 

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10 responses to “Der Kommissar

  1. I’m keeping watch for alternative platforms as they are being built. Infogalactic and FreeStartr are out there now, but I’m hoping more will appear soon. I’m hoping for an alternative to WordPress because they’ve been ok so far, but who knows how long that will last?

    I use the word Commissar because the allusion to Communist enforces of “orthodoxy” is quite apparent.

    I thought it was because you own every Falco record ever made.

  2. Forgot to mention – I suggest reading SJWs Always Double Down.

  3. I thought it was because you own every Falco record ever made.

    I preferred After the Fire’s version of the song.

  4. fuzziewuzziebear

    Linking videos is who i am and what I do best.

  5. Anonymous Reader

    fuzzie, your job is only half done. Where’s the other one?

  6. fuzziewuzziebear

    YouTube has a bunch of videos, including a Chipmunk version. I thought about linking it, but thought this would be more fun.

  7. stmichaelkozaki

    I predict that social, political and economic sanctions will be the primary means of enforcement.

    Personally, I don’t care. We already have massive taboos about what you can say/not say. Try noting the IQ gap between races. Or the basic truths about women vs men…or that the NBA is 4/5 black…or that high-IQ professions are 2/3 Jew & Asian…you can’t talk about this stuff. Or you will get fired. Purged. Whatever. Hey, I can do this. I can learn to not bring watermelons. Why bring anything to work, anyway? I do that with friends, family, and where I know I won’t be misunderstood.

    Nothing new here. The Commissar has been here a very long time, and the purges have been everywhere. It’s the price a culture pays for not having kids and importing people. St. Patrick’s day, goodby; hello, Cinco de Mayo! In 1980 the US was 80% white and a fairly monolithic culture and nobody cared about minority complaints like this. Soon whites will be less than half, and everyone else wants their place at the table. Ideas have consequences. But it’s not hard to play the game, just gotta be smarter than the system. And of course homeschool and network within families. Chinese, Russians, Jews, Hispanics, blacks have been doing this for years. The non-racial-democracy fantasy of America whites believe in? Is just that, a fantasy. Solution? Wake up, have 7 sources of income, grow a garden, have savings, and create real community and friends within your tribe. Don’t pretend we are one people. This is what Seattle, Detroit, and SoCal are all about. We are not one people and never have been.

    What I found fascinating about Scott’s post, though? The reflexive focus on a movie to lock down the past (a past where I found the Commissar to be just as active, but in different ways). I don’t think the Commissar would have any power if people would just turn off the TV and quit the media. Yet that’s the first place the post turns. It’s telling.

  8. Re: Opening scene to Beverly Hills Cop.

    Interesting to note that even in 1984, large swaths of Detroit were already being returned to nature.

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  10. dvdivx

    Scott is never going to talk about the problem which is blacks being racist towards whites. Same with Dalrock. Ignoring reality does not make it go away. The BLM is just the klan for a different color. Same with LA raza.

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