One can’t help but be pessimistic for the future of Western civilisation when, as Steve Sailer remarks, ignorance is now a means of gaining status. It’s all quite depressing really.
I disagree. Even if we all decided to do absolutely nothing and just sat around watching “insert Jewish political television commentator here” and listening to “insert latest black degenerate entertainer here” all day the racial house of cards will fall. It cannot sustain itself. It is very hard to not be pessimistic–painfully so at times–but these people can only lie and distort for so long before the man on the street realizes that what he is being told does not in any way conform to the reality on the ground. We should, of course, try to speed this process up. Pessimism, however, breeds inaction. Dont let them colonize your soul too.
Cheer up. We’ll win sooner.
Sailer is so smart and so good it’s amazing he didn’t make the SPLCs most recent top 30. They probably don’t want to draw attention to him.
Suppose Bodeker, Sailer and Taylor replaced Anderson Cooper, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly on national TV for 15 hours a week. I wonder how the American public consciousness would be affected? Jews won’t let them anywhere national TV, so I think we know the answer to that.
Everything about that video was good. Bodeker’s incisive questions were as important as Sailer’s answers. The production values were excellent, too. I like the black background with Sailer in a business suit rather than causal attire. The format reminded me of CPANs old Booknotes format, the old Crossfire format, or the Charlie Rose show. Those are the right atmospherics when you’re trying to reach an informed audience that takes audience that takes ideas seriously. It’s improvement, I think, over Ramzpaul’s more causal approach.