Dec 30, 2009

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Ben Stein Drops the A Bomb

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Larry King hosted a discussion between Ben Stein and Ron Paul on Monday that was ostensibly about the airline security fiasco. The discussion quickly turned into a heated debate between Stein and Paul about the root cause of the terrorist attack. Paul exhorted Stein to “think like a scientist” and try to figure out the real motivation behind these attacks. Stein tried to parrot the party line platitudes about them being enemies of America and bad people and stuff until he could no longer tolerate this sacrilege taking place right out in the open on his media . . .

Ron Paul insisted that “We’re the occupiers” one last time before Ben terminated the debate: “No, we’re not occupiers. That’s the same anti-Semitic argument we’ve heard over and over again.”

The typically unshakable Ron Paul was taken aback, blustering “That’s a vicious attack!”

Actually, no. It’s a desperate defensive maneuver. It’s a testament to the fact that the neocons have exhausted America’s reserves of jingoism and are running out of believable arguments to con the American people with. If there were a better argument, Ben Stein would have known it and used it. He’s perhaps more of a master of the zeitgeist than any other living person, simultaneously up to his (enormous) ears in legislation, economics, news media, pop culture, and religious influence.

Stein may have merely slipped up and admitted the obvious: that the entire thing is about Jewish influence on our foreign policy. Rejecting Middle Eastern imperialism is anti-Semitic. The truth is anti-Semitic. But I don’t think a man as intelligent and poised as he is would do something that consequential by accident. I believe this is the beginning of a sea change in political strategy, one in which a direct campaign tries to bury the Ron Paul Revolution and its Tea Party Movement under a tidal wave of negative publicity and accusations of neoheresy.Anti-Imperialism = Anti-Semitism

There’s a worn-out Gandhi quote that Ron Paul likes to repeat, “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” I believe the establishment has transitioned from the phase of ridiculing the Alternative Right to fighting them. This was most likely triggered by the recent polls which showed that the American people have become more favorable toward the Tea Party movement than either of the major parties. The likelihood of a Rand Paul victory in Kentucky confirms the seriousness of the threat.

Ben Stein, the mainstream establishment’s very own Baghdad Bob, is pulling out the big guns. If the Tea Party crowd thought they were going to be able to simply nominate and elect their own candidates to topple the current regime, they’re woefully mistaken. They’ll be called anti-Semitic. They’ll be called racist. They’ll be called conspiracy theorists. They’ll even be accused of terrorism. They’ll find themselves buried in a web of guilt by association.

We’ll find out in the coming months whether Middle America has become angry enough to stand up and remain standing for their sovereignty and their way of life. My money is on the establishment winning the upcoming electoral round, but at the cost of driving tens of millions of White Americans out of the mainstream and into our sphere of influence.

From Occidental Dissent, December 30, 2009

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  1. “…I would favor ejecting all Radical Muslims from the US. Those who pledge their loyalty to our country, our ideals, our Constitution, and show a knowledge of our history, would be fully welcomed to stay. ”
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    Oh yeah, typical neoCON boilerplate. Flood the Christian West with racially-unassimilable aliens who, in their ‘ressentiment’, will grow to hate and envy the West, who, turning to ‘radical’ Islam, thereby providing further pretexts to Jewish provacateurs in their Zionist-inspired ‘war of civilizations’.

    ==
    [...] Ressentiment is a sense of resentment and hostility directed at that which one identifies as the cause of one’s frustration, an assignation of blame for one’s frustration. The sense of weakness or inferiority and perhaps jealousy in the face of the “cause” generates a rejecting/justifying value system, or morality, which attacks or denies the perceived source of one’s frustration. The ego creates an enemy in order to insulate itself from culpability. [...]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ressentiment
    ==

    Guess what: It is not up to you (or, more specifically, it SHOULD NOT be up to you) Zionists on who get’s to immigrate in to the United States, or any other Western nation.

    We see what unbelievable disgusting hypocrites you all are with your “(AshkeNAZI) Jews-only” immigration policy for Israel, and you have the audacity on telling us that we somehow should accept ‘moderate Muslims’?!?

    Tell you what: You guys can have them all, every last one of them, in your country, Israel.

  2. “…He may be a libertarian on domestic issues, but on foreign policy he’s gosh-darn awful, cowardly, and a diehard surrenderist.”

    The only real COWARD here is you, ‘Mr. Rittberg’, for not being fully open with us as to who and what you really are: A very biased, rabid Zionist war-monger.

    Somebody please tell Congressman Paul what insulting and demeaning snark his former ‘aide’ Eric Dondero RITTBERG had to say about him.

    *Let this further be a lesson to White politicians in to not hiring moles like Rittberg. Do a better job of screening your potential candidates!

  3. avatar
    BigSkyBob said:

    Mr Dondero wrote:

    “I would favor ejecting all Radical Muslims from the US. Those who pledge their loyalty to our country, our ideals, our Constitution, and show a knowledge of our history, would be fully welcomed to stay.”

    Gee, we have Muslim terrorists learning how to fly planes, without bothering to learn how to land them. We have another group of terrorists learning how to defeat full body scans at airports. Now, we will have yet another training class for terrorists on how to appear to be “loyal Americans” dedicated to “Western ideals.”

    What’s your theory? If we force them to take enough classes they won’t have time to attack? Surely, you realize that faking American “ideals” would be trivial to learn.

    Nor can I allow to pass without comment the inherent contradiction between fancying yourself a “libertarian” and advocating the deportation of people who don’t share your “ideals.” How can disagreeing with your “ideals” be anything other than a “victimless crime,” which, presumably, you oppose on principle?

  4. I think Observer deserves a round of applause.

    For some reason, there’s been an influx of Zionist infiltrators into nationalist quarters as of late. Their only tangible positions seem to be “kill the Muslims” and “support Israel unconditionally.”

    These idiots are going to do irreparable damage if we don’t follow Observer’s example and call them out at every available opportunity.

    • avatar
      Greg Johnson said:

      I approved Dondero’s initial post because I thought the discussion section could use a little blood sport. Good work people.

  5. “I could care less what this website is about. Bottom line: You’re either with us or against us.”

    I can’t imagine taking the time to post at a site if I didn’t care at all what it’s about.
    Odd.
    You don’t have to agree with everything. I certainly don’t. But I at least know what this site is about, and have lots of gratitude and respect for the writers and posters, and I do agree with the basic idea of transforming White interests from the realm of the implicit to that of the explicit.
    But to say you don’t even care what the site is about is very strange indeed.

    Maybe he was flying solo and at random on the web and wound up here for a bit, left a deposit or two in the form of a comment, and will now either decide to stay awhile or fly off again.
    Either way, it would be nice if he cleans up after himself. That very well may be a sign of good faith, and way to demonstrate that he is in fact, “with us.”

  6. “I think Observer deserves a round of applause.

    “For some reason, there’s been an influx of Zionist infiltrators into nationalist quarters as of late. Their only tangible positions seem to be “kill the Muslims” and “support Israel unconditionally.”

    “These idiots are going to do irreparable damage if we don’t follow Observer’s example and call them out at every available opportunity.”

    Ian,

    Thanks for the recognition!

    And I promise you and our brothers this much: I will always scan this and other sites for disingenuous trolls who pretend to be something that they are not.

    Let us all do the same for each other and our People. ALWAYS!

    A *Happy and Prosperous New Year*
    to you Ian, Greg and all the other men
    here at TOQ

  7. Ben Stein is obviously biased and unable to understand the motivations of people he deems to be his enemies. Just watch his documentary “Expelled”, which is about evolution. In the movie he visits Holocaust camps and Nazi labratories/hospitals and becomes visibly upset when he can’t get the curators to agree with him that Nazi scientists were insane. I can’t take anyone seriously who believes that everyone he strongly disagrees with is insane or evil.

    Ron Paul is a breath of fresh air when it comes to a rational view of foreign policy. However, his eagerness to demonize his own country is a little suspicious. I voted for Ron Paul and was a big supporter of his. In recent months, however, I have become disillusioned with his libertarian worldview – the belief that somehow all of our problems will go away if we have less taxes and people mind their own business. Weak libertarianism isn’t going to save us from the coming onslaught of cultural Marxism.

  8. avatar
    Herodotus said:

    I sense that Dondero is probably a jew. Only jews feel it necessary to convince us that ‘islamofascism’ exists. The very concept is absurd. Maybe Dondero should look-up Mussolini’s definition of fascism. What we real Americans (except jews) need is Nationalism.

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