White people are doing fine in this country. Mostly the whole Congressional Republican Party is White. Most judges in this country are White, and men. The whole country is run by White people. Magic: The Gathering Greene responding to minority representation groups by asserting an Anglo-Saxon caucus is White supremacy asserting itself and in action, period.

It’s the only explanation that makes sense. Instead of wanting diversity in her party, which badly needs it, she wants to create a White pride party. Well, what does that look like? Because they’ve been in charge for well over half a century since the last time this planet beat back the latest incarnation of White supremacist fascism, and I’m not particularly impressed.

Eighty years prior to that, Americans again beat back the previous incarnation of White supremacist fascism, homegrown here in our own country. And, Hitler studied that war, and learned from it, and applied lessons from it to his own ideology. I’m talking about the Civil War. The first American one. We’re already in the second one, as far as I’m concerned as an Infantry veteran. I am living in a political environment where I am daily concerned that something could spark a second hot civil war all over this country at any time, and that is not a pleasant place to be. Mass shootings appear to be happening almost every day, now. Stochastic outbursts of, sometimes, political terror, because all racist terror is political. Meanwhile, science-denying, mostly-White like me, idiots are going around seeding COVID in stadiums. US COVID deaths: 566,940. I fear, however, that the vast majority of the rest of us might be sleepwalking into it, were it not for people like me sounding that alarm. I have repeatedly asserted that whereas it might be impossible to know ‘who started it’ in the discrete sense (in space and time), the GOP will have been the ones who started it. Yes, it will be a political hot war. Fought with possibly 5-10 million AR-15s that these weird Wonderland jackasses probably mostly all own.

Look, I am not so naïve to believe that Whiteness is what makes people bad. There are horrible racial supremacist governments all over the planet, who are not White, and who have proven that racism is itself an infection, of sorts, in the human genome, a vestigial part of our evolutionary ancient brain which fears the other and gravitates towards those who look and behave most like us. It’s a governance and leadership choice, but it’s not sustainable and ultimately never successful, because it simply conflicts with natural law, which is for us to genetically, as well as socially, intermingle with each other here and there, and to migrate from time to time. One might even say racially non-diverse governments don’t work, or at best work dysfunctionally, for a similar reason it is often argued that capitalism should work, which is that it caters to the natural human impulse to compete, as well as to personally achieve. In other words, it comports more with natural law, it would seem, than other economic systems of government such as pure socialism or communism, in that it allows people to achieve, theoretically, each according to his or her own wants, and abilities.

The previous incarnations of White supremacist fascism mostly won. Again, not due to intellectual superiority, but to evolutionary civilizational head-starts granted by geographic accident— that is all, as Jared Diamond has proven in his work, “Guns, Germs and Steel.” It would make sense, too, for a species that had been evolving similarly all over the planet for hundreds of thousands of years. That homo sapiens would eventually get to the point where it figured out how to smelt metal, would have a lot to do with whether metal was in that area; South America had lots of gold, but not steel, which was used to make the Spanish swords that killed them. That homo sapiens would eventually get to the point where it figured out animal husbandry, would have a lot do with what domesticable animals were in that region; South America had the llama, but that was about all, and it could not be ridden into battle, like the Spanish horses used to mount the armor-clad conquistadors with the swords did, but which also brought the microbes the soldiers had become resistant to from all of the plagues brought on them centuries prior by their other domesticated animals, and which greatly accelerated the wiping out of the indigenous populations, too, who had acquired no such ‘natural’ immunity.

The previous incarnations of White supremacist fascism that mostly won would be the genocide of the indigenous peoples of both North and South America, and lots of all of the stupid constant warring that happened throughout Europe the two thousand years prior to that, and which ultimately gave rise to the British Empire. That’s the Anglo-Saxon ‘heritage’ they’re talking about. The kind that George Orwell was part of, and eventually wrote against, and the kind that Gandhi resisted– not the King Arthur kind. I don’t think it’s necessarily too hot on the Magna Carta, either, though I’m sure the wolves will appropriate that sheep’s clothing for as long as they can, just like they prostitute the Constitution itself. The Magna Carta would, centuries later, form the basis of our Constitution.

They don’t need an Anglo-Saxon caucus. The GOP IS an Anglo-Saxon caucus.

It’s all cultish, and a fetishization of Whiteness, and of reproduction, and of traditional patriarchal roles. Thomas Jefferson himself said that the country was ultimately for everyone, and of every religion, and of no religion. Some of the Founders were, themselves, atheists. Some actually freed their slaves. They knew they had a moral problem (Constitutional inconsistency) with African slaves, but not all ancient institutions are so quickly legislatively eliminated. The Civil War would basically prove that the Founders had no political choice, but to keep slavery. At least, for then, even though they knew they’d created an enhanced Magna Carta, of sorts, and that it was a serious improvement, and might lead the way for nonviolent reforms. With slavery, that was not to be the case.

But, arguing that the Founders owned slaves is a straw man. The Civil War proves that the politics around it were so segmented that it was not to be ended legislatively in their time. Our Founders did what they were supposed to do for us, which was formally separate us from England, and it was more than enough, particularly for the way we seem to be treating their work and sacrifices in the 21st century, which is like spoiled, wailing babies wanting to know when we can take our masks off so we can eat our ice cream cones in church with Jim Jordan again. The French knew what they helped us with, too, which is part of the reason why they gifted us the Statue of Liberty (formal name: Liberty Enlightening the World), and why Emma Lazarus’ poem, The Great Colossus, which was written both for the dedication and refers to the statue itself, was inscribed on it. Warring over the Constitutionality of slavery would be for Lincoln to tackle, roughly ninety years later.

When minority cultural and ethnic groups organize to form a political pride party, it is in response to real oppression. It never starts because a Magic: The Gathering Greene magically appears in Congress after receiving a $350,000 dark money PPP loan to fund her campaign, to get itself started up. It doesn’t need the three million dollars furious Whites with time to bake cookies for the cooing babies in Limbo are sending in to her campaign every day. That’s a White Supremacist party. It has nothing to do with preserving cultural heritage. It has to do with preserving privilege because one is White.

Look, the number of White men in the Republican Party, both at the tippy-top and all over the country, is proof that the Party platform discriminates towards Whites, and men. If it didn’t, then people of color would be insisting on running for the GOP. Evangelical Christian groups who flock to it are all about White patriarchy, and so that should tell you something about where both groups’ priorities really lie, since it’s Democrats who are keeping people’s healthcare; encouraging diversity; looking for solutions to our problems; and urging people to wear masks in a pandemic. They’re also for expanding rights to traditionally ignored or oppressed communities. What are Republicans doing? Voter suppression laws, under the conspiratorial fig leaf (guise) of election integrity. And, attacking gender-nonconforming people, because letting them out of the closet, or accommodating them, could corrupt society, and not just be… them feeling free to not go into the closet. It’s not much different from the three million illegal votes or whatever, or the election fraud in the 2020 election that was never found, and only happened in states Trump lost.

The science-denial and the stochastic murdering, I have asserted in the last post, are all part of their master deep state plan, whatever that is. To create a hot civil war, yes, but I suspect they’re thinking even further beyond that. And whereas I have theories as to what some of those plans might be, I suspect they have more to do with creating space stations and Mars, and being friendly with Russia, than to creating high-speed rail across America. I mean, Pompeo, who claims to be a Christian, and I presume in public a creationist one, said we should look forward to melting the Arctic Ocean because it would yield “fisheries galore.” Wow, like the plastic we’ve dumped into the rest of the ocean, that now surpasses actual fish, by mass, there? They do it with climate denialism, or when they have no response to it. They do it [the science-denial and the stochastic murdering] with their refusal to study guns under the 1996 Dickey Amendment, and by putting forth absurd solutions such as “sell more expensive guns.”

It’s the same as their failed pro-life platform. Scientifically garbage, just like it has been in every fascistic regime that’s ever tried to employ it, pro-life loses the argument. Only White people, at least in America, care about it. Pretty much. Because it’s about patriarchy, and about White patriarchy. It doesn’t do anything good for people of color, who have real problems in this country that don’t give them the spare time to bake cookies, and sing and pray, for the forgotten fetuses, crying from Limbo.

Those, by the way, are going down drains in IVF clinics all over this country every day, with nary a peep from pro-life. Lots and lots of money in IVF. Not surprisingly, mostly wealthy White people like it, which is why pro-life will never assault it.

I guess all of those babies God loves only matter if they’re attached to women who might otherwise become lawyers.

The real assault taking place is on the American people, I have said it before and I’ve just said it again. The less of a straight White Christian man you are, the more the assault is taking place against you, but I know damn well it always stochastically comes back around (FedEx shooting, for example) and I am completely intolerant of it as a real Christian anyway, and want it all gone.

No, there is no assault on apple pie. Or on tea and crumpets. You all just go and do what you wanna do.

There is no assault on Christmas. I’m sure it will be around, at this rate, for longer than the polar icecaps. Or polar bears.

Make Santa Claus Giving Weapons to Nice Children Great Again

Did C.S. Lewis predict catastrophic man-made climate change? He wrote about something similar to it in Perelandra, where he predicted the man-made destruction of the entire planet, and called that the ultimate conceivable work of Satan, which I have, as a lay and personal theologian, concluded identically as well. Lewis’ Perelandra version, however, doesn’t necessarily last for thousands or even tens of thousands of years, like mine does, with the people trapped on it with no escape, and eventually losing language, and de-evolving, not knowing how they got there, or how long it might last, before it all goes “poof” for humanity one day, and a million years later maybe, all life. Because of us. That, I have concluded, would be Hell. Hell in the physical universe, manifested, where one does not need an “afterlife,” or any metaphysical assignment for it, because it’s right here. The irreversibly dying planet we’re on, because some idiots detonated a bomb that screwed everything up, or kept burning fossil fuels, and the Amazon forest. Or drilled some hole in the ocean floor that blew open one century, and never stopped.

In America, today, I would call myself living in a kind of Hell. These mass shootings aren’t an epidemic; they’re a catastrophe, and a crisis. Americans should stop going to work, in my opinion, until they know the problem is solved. It’s that serious. So is this pandemic.

It’s fairly clear he (Lewis) was exploring the concept of portals to other dimensional worlds, or worlds in the present Universe that were otherwise inaccessible by any other known technology. I assert that earlier science fiction writers were already doing this, and that Einstein and other theoretical mathematicians and physicists were talking about it ten years before Lewis wrote the Narnia Chronicles.

Maybe if we hadn’t wiped out the indigenous peoples, they’d have shown us where all of the portals were. I’m being serious. They’re supposedly all over the North and South American continents. But, I don’t think I’d go looking for them. You might not be the first who’s found them, and maybe they’ll be prepared to really keep you from going through… or, from ever telling anyone else what you saw.

Prince Caspian, the second book in the series, is even more explicit with the concept: The children return to find Narnia a shadow of its former self, with all of the animals unable to speak anymore, because time is distorted there, and a thousand years earlier another group of humans accidentally “fell into” Narnia, and conquered and spoiled it, like an infection. What if there are terrestrial-based portals to other worlds or dimensions, perhaps using wormholes, and we either can’t find them, or would be prohibited from using them if we did? Because we’re not trusted to not be quarrelsome, murderous invaders with little imagination or curiosity, and who care only about wealth, and the racist pseudoscience we use to justify stealing it?

Aslan is Persian for lion, but C.S. Lewis undoubtedly chose the name because its number of letters (five) matches with Jesus. He took the name, Narnia, from Narni, Italy. Whether he simply liked the name, or was influenced by its closeness to the geographic center of Italy, I don’t know. Narnia, with six letters, matches Christ.

“It [Narni] is very close to the geographic center of Italy.[3] There is a stone on the exact spot with a sign in multiple languages.[4]”
Samaria Blackwell, stochastically murdered by stochastic state terrorist Marjorie Taylor Greene, and everyone else in Greene’s party who wants to keep White supremacy alive and well.

Technically killed by a 19-year-old White man incel who hadn’t gotten out of life what he’d been brainwashed to believe he deserved, and who’d been ensured easy access to a firearm, by the GOP. My characterization of the perpetrator is probably a bit speculative right now, but what little I’ve heard certainly seems to fit a very frequent pattern, even if the case itself proves to have its nuances. Such as that his father committed suicide in 2004, when he was three years old. Republicans might just see another man (his father) snapping, and then setting off a stochastic chain of events. But, I’d bet it all can all be traced back to leadership at this point.

This has gone on too long. The GOP ideas have not worked. Its time for new leadership. No, I doubt many of them can be saved, because they’d have to admit to too much conspiracy. The current GOP all know they’re passive, do-nothing, know-nothing, stubborn stochastic terrorists, at least when it comes to gun policy.

That’s all I see, now. No longer looking at the gunmen as the fundamental problem, I am looking at leadership, who either can’t fix it, or, as I have asserted, is actually causing it, and working hard to make it worse.

I’d vote this the most likely famous song by an all-White guy band (Anglo-Saxon, too!) to have never been played at a Trump rally… but, who the f— knows, at this point.

Everything in TrumpLand is meaningless, and unintelligible.

You have to be a very special cat, to speak nearly-fluent Trumpese, and not be infected by it.

Reading George Orwell’s 1984 is a requirement, I think, and Animal Farm may be as well. Reading all of The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer is a requirement, I think. Hitler: The Rise of Evil, the Canadian miniseries TV drama, is excellent, but only covers the rise. The zenith and fall (Downfall/Der Untergang, (2004)) is critical to understanding the rise itself. The particular arc of the Nazis (NSDAP race-based political cult) is important, because it encompasses all of the (predictable) phases of a fascist ascension and then its fall, where state (national-level) fascism is always racist, at least as far as I can tell.

Fascism itself, of sorts, has been around for a hundred thousand years. It’s when bullies, and not democratic reason, or near-democratic reason, rules, and it’s usually fundamentally incompetent, because it looks at problems through a narrow, often wrong, lens of perception. See: Clan of the Cave Bear starring Daryl Hannah (as Ayla) (1986).

A really great rendering of a classic, by Shakira.

I don’t agree with every line of this song, but I certainly believe in most of them, and the spirit of peace, tolerance and unity in which they were written.

If ‘religion’ could be changed to ‘fundamentalism,’ I think it would be an improvement. Religious people may ultimately believe in bullshit, but it cannot be denied that they have sometimes done incredibly good things because of it, and through it. This sentiment of mine pertains mostly to the great world religions, which have withstood the test of time, I assert, because their teachings and scriptures are morally-aligned (aligned with classically humanist principles), and thus sound towards spiritual self-improvement, and perhaps preparation for an afterlife.

I also think there will, unfortunately, always be things worth killing and dying for. Jesus’ words and life suggests that at least the ‘dying for’ part being sometimes ‘worth it,’ is perennially true. The Bible also suggests that sometimes killing is ‘worth it’, as well.

8,500 children, mostly of color, die of starvation in the world every day. If you think that’s not, in large part, by White supremacist planetary-level deep-state terrorist policy, you’d be wrong.

Anglo-Saxons, jamming on the Bible (Ecclesiastes)

More Anglo-Saxons, whom MTG and Jim Jordan probably wouldn’t get along with very well:

Even MORE anti-racist White men Anglo-Saxons!!!

White Anglo-Saxons, or at least two of them– one male, and one female, and not one man and one man, or any other combination*– trying to get out of a deep state their distant ancestors created, where they have no f—ing idea who’s running it, or how, or why. But, they sure are willing to kill and die for it. And, keep making babies for it.

I’m not sure they even really know how those weird crystals got into their hands (when they were babies), either.

Tinder concept additional.

Jenny Agutter additional.

*Or a woman and a woman, or two men and two or three women, etc. Like at Matt Gaetz’ parties.

Lots of Anglo-Saxons in this modestly successful franchise, as well. Don’t worry, there’s not too too many people of color, here. Why do we need this Anglo-Saxon club again? In Washington? Oh, that’s right, I forgot, they hate Harry Potter, too.

Real:

Yup… more Anglo-Saxons: