Working class Americans against the world


There is no excuse for their continued existence. They are vile. They are a despicable execration. Their continued presence befouls the air. I can taste…their stink! No this wasn’t Agent Smith berating Morphius. So just who are these nefarious villains? They are the horrible Great White Blight of the E-vil Caucasian Persuasion. The always brilliant and lovable Kevin Williamson shares his contemptable bigotries to tell us just who they really are.

The truth about these dysfunctional, downscale communities is that they deserve to die. Economically, they are negative assets. Morally, they are indefensible. Forget all your cheap theatrical Bruce Springsteen crap. Forget your sanctimony about struggling Rust Belt factory towns and your conspiracy theories about the wily Orientals stealing our jobs. Forget your goddamned gypsum, and, if he has a problem with that, forget Ed Burke, too. The white American underclass is in thrall to a vicious, selfish culture whose main products are misery and used heroin needles.

It’s a good thing people like Kevin Williamson and Gov. Kasich operate on such a higher plane of enlightenment. It would just be tragic if he were consigned to actually sitting next to these underclasses at his church or see their ratty children running about his toney cul-de-sac. If he couldn’t talk down to Poor White Trash, who would Mr. Williamson be able to condemn?
And while Kevin Williamson questions the continued validity of their existence in this world, we leave it to the always fair and open-minded Matt Walsh to describe what sort an afterlife we should consign them to:

You make excuses all you want, but the fact remains that the most un-Christian Republican candidate in American history is now leading in delegates because the vast majority of our “conservative Christian” states chose him. That’s the reality. And it’s a travesty. Perhaps its time to think up a new moniker for that region of the country. Maybe we can call it the Secular Populist Belt. Or the Reality TV Fans Belt. Or the Christian Culturally But Not Spiritually Belt. I guess that’s all a bit wordy. Maybe we should just call it the Trump Belt. Trump actually has a fashion line that sells belts, and I’m sure it will go bankrupt soon enough, just like Christianity in America is going spiritually bankrupt. See, it all comes together pretty nicely, doesn’t it?

Yessiree Bob! And I could have faith that moves mountains, a Facebook Page that launched 10,000 likes and even drive a bitchin’ Camaro. But if I have no love, I am nothing.* With detestable cucksucker Pharisees like Matt Walsh misrepresenting my faith, Jesus can’t lace up the track shoes and draw nigh fast enough to make me happy. If Churchianity in Amerika is going spiritually bankrupt, then the Gospel According to Matt Walsh would yeah verily be its Enron accounting system that obfuscates the evil truth until it’s a day too late and a dollar short.
So they shouldn’t live and the only highway that should lead them to the hereafter is AC/DC’s infamous Highway to Hell. Therefore, when #BLackLivesMatter decides to hold the Inaugural Great White #CrackaStomp at a scheduled Donald Trump rally, we know who GOP Inc™ believes is to blame.
First we hear from Marco Rentio-The GOP Candidate For Hire.

With his “dangerous style of leadership,” Trump stokes this anger, mewed Rubio, “This is what happens when a leading presidential candidate goes around feeding into a narrative of bitterness and anger and frustration.”

Then we hear from John “The illegal who killed your child is a man in The Lords Image” Kasich.

“Donald Trump has created a toxic environment (that) has allowed his supporters and those who sometimes seek confrontation to come together in violence.”

Finally, Captain Constitution from Canada, Ted Cruz weighed in on how he truly felt about Trump supporters’ right to peaceably assemble. Only the cool kids get to do it apparently.

Cruz charged Trump with “creating an environment that only encourages this sort of nasty discord,” thus offering absolution to the mob.

But hey, go easy on Teddy, John and Marco. They are dealing with uppity peasants who know not their places in the grand hierarchy. And they could want poor white people to be exterminated like Kevin Williamson and then consigned straight to the hellfire like The Right Reverend Matt Walsh. The Little People should be showing their betters a wee bit more gratitude. That way they wouldn’t feel the need to enforce the Fugitive Slave Laws so harshly against defectors from GOP Inc™’s ideological plantation.

* That was 3 Corinthians, I forget the chapter and verse.

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17 Responses to “Working class Americans against the world”

  1. euciv says:

    Not a restoration coming, but a reformation.

    “Are these your books, Badthink Dissident?”
    “Yes, yes they are.”
    “Think of your employability. We grant you a last chance to ritually abase yourself and retract this hatespeech.”
    “Here I stand …”

  2. Johann Theron says:

    An article to my raging like. Somebody noted that a Dutch politician was raging about Brussels, he wasn’t, he was panicking. There seems to be a cloud of panicking gathering and we should despise them rather than help them, including those identified above. Rather join the mantle of rage carried by Trump.

    • Rather join the mantle of rage carried by Trump.

      I agree. We should send a clear message: Leftism does not work and liberal democracy has failed. Time to move on. The voters always screw up, and this creates a predatory elite.

  3. MeToo says:

    Williamson’s description of the behavior and mentality of the po’ folks in rust belt Amerika may be somewhat accurate, but he doesn’t seem to grasp that the whole lot of us can expect to endure a similar or worse fate. The whiny folks of Garbutt-type towns are only a warning of where Amerika and the entire western world if not the entire planet is headed.

    It is a mistake for Trumpites to get all excited about their boy possibly becoming the next Prez. The downward movement of humanity irrespective of their present financial & economic condition is picking up speed and I do not think it can be reversed by a tycoon/gamesman. Just my opinion, of course.

    A cleansing is happening, but Williamson thinks he and his ilk will somehow be miraculously spared. Indeed, it may all conclude sooner than we think: maybe I will have the good luck to see Williamson pushing a shopping cart across a windswept, desolate, weed infested big city, hunting for scraps. Yee-haw, asshole.

    PS. Forgive me – I AM slow: I just looked up Williamson on wikipedia. He is of Asian Indian descent (and I do mean descent). Explains all. Move along, nothing to see here.

    • The downward movement of humanity irrespective of their present financial & economic condition is picking up speed and I do not think it can be reversed by a tycoon/gamesman.

      In my view, Trump’s importance is symbolic: he broke the taboo barrier on talking about certain things. He beat back the Establishment that had succeeded by not mentioning these things. Then he showed how the Establishment Conservatives (GOPE) are essentially captive opposition and rent-seekers.

      That is his victory, and he already has it.

      • Paul Warkin says:

        True, and pointing out that Trump is not the whole solution, that he may fail in some way (including through dishonesty), that he won’t fix everything, or that he is not the messiah misses the point.

        Trump is the first step. He’s not the whole fight, but he’s the trumpet sounding to rally the troops at the start of the battle.

      • JPW says:

        Exactly. The panic over Trump has been remarkably instructive.

        • The Left panicked because Trump blew the lid off their cozy leftward drift being assumed to be the only safe opinion for an intellectual.

          The Right panicked because Trump revealed the utter impotence and incompetence of Conservative politicians, and has replaced them with a Nationalist, populist and capitalist sentiment.

          The death of the welfare state cannot come too soon, but any steps toward it are steps toward health.

    • JPW says:

      If the descent got any more rapid, he’d be plucking bugs from his hide and eating them. Pathetic.

      • MeToo says:

        LOL! (It is okay to comment in a non-substantial manner, isn’t it?)

        If not, how about installing an up vote/down vote arrow.

        • JPW says:

          >>>>LOL! (It is okay to comment in a non-substantial manner, isn’t it?)

          As an occasional guilty pleasure, lulz!

  4. crow says:

    Trump is symbolic. Yes. It is irrelevant whether he is likable, or not; he is a man for the times. The product of the way things have become.
    I wish him well, I wish every swingin’ dick well. The only ones I don’t wish well are the ones who don’t wish anyone well.

    • I see Trump as a rare type of businessman: the one who improves all participants in the deal, both by what they get and what they learn.

      Most businessmen are there to make fakery and take the money and run.

      The exceptions are wonderful to encounter.

    • Trump strikes me as the kind of guy where when he makes a deal, everyone who is not delusional makes it out fairly well.

  5. Doug says:

    With dissidence seemingly confined to a handful of comment section nutjobs, universal complicity was within reach as no average conservative Joe could possibly endure the mental fatigue of being at odds with such a behemoth united in its call for the death penalty for failure to prominently display his complicity certificate per statutory requirement. But with any requests for an irrefutable quantity of evidence for a litigable case having been answered by the epileptic left and the hyper-contemptible cucks backing them up showing their ass in all its Europhobic glory with increasing clarity over the past two years, the victory celebration was just getting under way when the dam finally burst and flooded the U.S. with reality so that what people like the author instinctively knew decades ago could no longer be dismissed as hypothetical.

    The discussion having forced the trajectory of history back to the drawing board and this being the first time the alluded to issue has come up in the 24/7 world, you can pretty much just go ahead and split history into pre/post-2015. Mischaracterizing as noble said convulsions of the MLC (media/left/cuck), the reactionary vitriol will be damning enough that many will be pushing for an out of court settlement once the dust settles. The issue being characterized by its duality as the most urgent one and its nails on a chalkboard awkwardness resulting in the relative kid glove treatment from an MLC forced kicking and screaming into this discussion while trying to pry their collective jaw off the floor, there is no shortage of wet pants. They can bring us up to speed on bearded female models all they want but this issue looms the largest and reporting other than on the alluded is basically just killing time during those precious moments when the elephant in the room goes to the john.

  6. Dualist says:

    Another superb article, JP.

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