“One lost, ten recovered” is an old epigram from medieval France which basically means that for every one item you lose, you can gain ten of equivalent or superior value.
It’s often applied to cunts for some obscure reason.
As I’m writing this, the smartest of the Democrats are looking for an excuse to drop the more extremist elements of their party (Ocasio Cortez, Maxine Waters, Tom Perez and other non-White histrions) without alienating their increasingly radicalized base.
Another adage from another Frenchman “Never interrupt an enemy while he’s making a mistake“.
So obviously the Alt-Lite, which may as well be called (((Alt-Lite))), and the remnants of the Alt-Right are now siding with the “moderate” anti-Whites, supposedly to “teach that sheboon Waters a lesson”.
If you didn’t balk at the concept of “moderate” anti-Whiteness, congratulations, you deserve to be associated with the (((Alt-Lite))) alongside Cernovich, Shapiro, Laura Loomer and Pamela Geller.
All of whom are jewish, and all of whom are “moderately” anti-White.
Excluding of providing an excuse for the exclusion of Waters and Cortez from mainstream politics is stupid, for reasons exposed in one of my first posts: The White Supremacy of the Future Will Call Themselves Anti-Racists.
Tyrone’s law: Anyone publicly attacking Waters and Cortez is anti-White. No exceptions.
There’s a very counter-productive tendency in Alt-Right groups which consists in wanting to show the other side who’s boss. Maybe you were “triggered” by some mystery meat Puerto Rican insulting you on live TV while extolling the genetic superiority of her mid-80 IQ brethren. If that’s the case, you’re being stupid. Stop what you’re doing and read the second adage – the Napoleon one – again.
In addition to being stupid, I’d also point out that you’d be a hypocrite for getting upset over Waters/Cortez/Perez because the jew Bernard “Ben Yehuda” Sanders has said infinitely worse about White people during his campaign and you all kept your mouths shut because “muh anti-semitism“… which WAS the correct strategy, as Sanders’ prolonged campaign ended up fragmenting Clinton’s coalition.
Ocasio Cortez is just a low(er) IQ Barack Obama without the political connections.
It has been known, and predicted, for a long time that the Democrats are losing the White vote.
Naturally, the Democratic Establishment, most of the mainstream media and the (((Alt-Lite))) is blaming this phenomenon on the “radical Left” (i.e. people like Cortez, Waters, Keith Ellison, etc.) via the #WalkAway meme.
They want the face of the Democratic Party to be Biden, Hillary or Warren.
We want it to be Cortez, Waters and hopefully someday Oprah Winfrey or the Black actress that played in Ghostbusters.
They want to blame #WalkAway on “radicals”, we want to blame it on moderates.
Luckily, while they are somewhat coordinated in their approach, they are also not very smart so hijacking the Democratic Party in the name of non-White fascism will be just as easy as co-opting the late GOP for the Fourth Reich.
The answer, as you may have guessed, lies in the first proverb.
Tyrone’s Project for a New Pan-American Century
(also called the Reverse Sailer Strategy)
If the 2016 campaign has taught us anything, it’s that we can’t rely on the white vote anymore. Not only are whites in the process of becoming a rightfully despised and politically isolated minority, they have also shown that they will always choose to protect their privileges over doing what right for our communities. It’s time to choose the future, it’s time to choose people of color.
The problem with [Moderate]’s campaign is that (s)he’s trying to be a Donald Trump-lite. But white people, as they have consistently showed us over the course of the last elections, will always prefer the original to the imitation. What we need isn’t another compromise with Trump/the GOP, what we need is a new vision for our party. At some point, “we are the future” has to be more than a slogan – it has to stand for something. It has to mean that we are willing to invest in minorities.
Everyone says that Donald Trump’s campaign has brought out the worst of the white vote… but that’s not true, it was always there. There’s nothing new about racist white people voting for Trump. They voted for Trump in the same way they voted for Romney, and McCain before that. Racist white people were as surprised as anyone when their candidate, Donald Trump, won the general election. What has changed is that people of color and minorities, the fastest growing demographic in the USA, no longer vote as enthusiastically or as consistently for our candidates. That is something [Moderate] has refused to address or even acknowledge, which is why (s)he will lose… and yet this election doesn’t have to be a 2016-part-II. [Radical] can bring out the minority vote as much, if not more, than Barack Obama could in 2008.
The problem with [Moderate]’s campaign is that it has no chance of winning against the emboldened Republicans. [Moderate] is focusing on a demographic we can’t win – white people – while ignoring the much more progressive, politically stable, not to mention expanding, demographic that we need to win – the minority vote.
Is [Moderate] a Donald Trump plant? The question deserves to be asked. The path to victory is pretty clear: appeal to disenfranchised minorities. And yet what is [Moderate] doing? Ignoring minorities while playing second fiddle to Donald Trump’s white populist base. The Democratic Party, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory since 2004.
What happens when you ignore the minority vote for the sake of “party unity”? Ask Al Gore. Ask John Kerry. Ask Hillary Clinton (twice). Ask [Moderate] in a few months, when (s)he loses to Donald Trump/[generic Republican] because (s)he followed the losing strategy of ignoring the minority vote while focusing on the lost cause of flyover country.
Why are we making the same mistakes over and over again? Even the other side knows better than that, and they showed it when they said NO to their moderate candidate (Jeb Bush) and voted for the radical one (Donald Trump). You can only fight fire with fire. It should be our turn to say NO to the fallacy of “moderation” and embrace our values, those of [Radical]’s campaign, but instead we continue down the same path that brought us Donald Trump. It’s a sad day for our party, and our country, if [Moderate] wins the primary/seat/election.
Simply put, a vote for [Moderate] is a vote for Trump. Not only are their positions virtually indistinguishable from one another, but [Moderate] is only popular among those who already vote for Trump… white people. And the reason (s)he is popular is because they KNOW that (s)he will lose to him, badly, like Hillary Clinton in 2016.