Change Is Coming: Baltimore "Protests" Versus Trump Inauguration "Protests"

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  1. Boneflour

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    Bannon: Trump administration is in unending battle for ‘deconstructio… | https://archive.fo/BmP78

    Bannon: Trump administration is in unending battle for ‘deconstruction of the administrative state’

    "Atop Trump’s agenda, Bannon said, was the “deconstruction of the administrative state” — meaning a system of taxes, regulations and trade pacts that the president and his advisers believe stymie economic growth and infringe upon one’s sovereignty."

    Sovereignty. There's a word for ya. From what it sounds like, Trump is seriously trying to win the True Election. He's taking aim at the managers, the regulators, the unfireable bureaucrats.

    Deconstructing the government. It's a big fucking job, to be sure. Moldbug figures Trump for a Reagan: A triggering speedbump before the commies finish winning.

    I don't even know if the man can do it. But I know this. Anime Is Real.
     
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    Apercus Benefactor of Humanity Baron

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    I doubt Bannon really wants to deconstruct the government and abolish the permanent bureaucracy. If you want to understand the origins of the current American government the two books I would recommend you read are The Managerial Revolution by Burnham and A Cross of Iron by Hogan.
     
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    You can get a (bad) copy of The Managerial Revolution here and a (good) copy of A Cross of Iron here.
     
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    Also, downloaded both The Managerial Revolution and A Cross of Iron, bout a quarter of the way through the latter. Reads like an abstract from a much larger body of work, can almost feel the mountain of text behind the book.
     
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    ^The feeling of abstraction that draws aspies to Evangelion and My Little Pony.
     
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    Antifa's rally against DC police is a total flop | http://narrative-collapse.com/2017/06/26/antifas-rally-against-dc-police-is-a-total-flop/

    "Instead of protesting an “Alt-Right” rally at the Lincoln Memorial, and risking more arrests, they decided that some damage control was in order. The protest rally was supposed to re-brand Antifa as the “victims of state-sponsored oppression.”"

    Antifa has apparently dried right the fuck up here recently... at the same time as Alt-Light and Alt-Right movement are beginning to see turnouts. It was unthinkable to have even a private Manosphere meetup as recently as a year ago. RooshV got shut down hard with that one. And now a couple hundred people can rally in DC, in front of the Lincoln Memorial, and talk about the Jews. What a world.

    The massive morale boost of a Trump victory is its own win. Illegals are deporting themselves, immigration has dropped just through power of persuasion. The Wall is still the key. If he can build the Wall, it's a yuuuge win.
     
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    The Wall is mostly a concrete representation of white identity politics which is why I demand it over anything else, although I expect it will actually deter many determined, would-be immigrants.
     
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    How is this going ? Has anything been built yet ? Has the planning (or phases thereof) been finished successfully ?
     
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    GOOD NEWS!!!??? About Trump’s Wall From WASHINGTON EXAMINER’S Byron York | VDARE - premier news outlet for patriotic immigration reform | http://www.vdare.com/posts/good-news-about-trumps-wall-from-washington-examiners-byron-york

    Byron York: While other controversies rage, work on border wall moves forward | http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/byron-york-while-other-controversies-rage-work-on-border-wall-moves-forward/article/2624408

    Trump border wall planning moves forward in San Diego | http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/06/24/trump-border-wall-prototype-mexico-san-diego/

    "Construction is scheduled to begin on four to eight wall prototypes by “late summer,” Acting Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost said at a recent congressional hearing. They’ll each be 30 feet long and 18 to 30 feet high, and designed to withstand climbing, tunneling and attempts to break through.

    The slices of wall will go up in a dusty patch of federal land on the edge of the San Diego sprawl, several hundred feet north of the border. The site, at the foothills of the Otay mountains and about two miles east of the warehouses of San Diego’s Otay Mesa neighborhood, is surrounded by scrubby grassland. Across the border are busy, poor Tijuana neighborhoods."

    In other words, they're building prototypes in full view of the Mexicans, right next to the actual border. This is not some quiet photo op project in a hidey hole, this is a declaration of intent.

    Funding for the whole thing blocked for now. Prototypes are in progress, lot of ground work being done. Contractors submitting bids. First spots for The Wall to be built are identified. The political will is there where it wasn't before. It looks like the man really does mean to build The Wall, just remains to see if he can get it through.

    This is the optimistic view. For the pessimistic view, there is no shortage of IT WILL NEVER WORK from CNN et al.
     
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    A very astute observation. It did work for the china-men, sure only parts of it are left, but they have a human wall of 1.5 billion, now.
     
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    Help wanted: Workers finally benefit as labor shortage expands | https://www.csmonitor.com/Business/2017/0310/Help-wanted-Workers-finally-benefit-as-labor-shortage-expands

    "All this is great news for workers, because the shortage is forcing increasingly desperate employers to boost pay and benefits to attract and hold onto recruits in several fast-growing industries. Average wages are starting to grow at rates not seen since 2000, the last time the US confronted a severe worker shortage. The challenge is economic growth: Not having enough workers is already curtailing production in some areas. And if wages and salaries go up faster than corporate profits, companies will see their bottom lines suffer and, potentially, their stock prices fall."

    OH NO! There aren't enough people working 60 hours a week for 9 bucks an hour, and companies are FORCED to RAISE WAGES! Even though profits aren't rising as fast as they want! What about Wall Street?!?

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    "Increasingly, the United States is running short of workers. The shortages are most visible in pockets of the country and in certain industries. But those pockets keep getting bigger. The robust US economy created 235,000 new jobs last month, the US Labor Department announced Friday, above what many economists had expected."

    I remember someone saying something about JOBS. JOBS JOBS JOBS, who was that? Was it CNN?

    Gosh, if things keep going like this, we might have to skip college degrees and go back to on the job training! Wouldn't that be awful!

    OH MY GOD WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN?

     
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    Not a dog barked « Jim’s Blog | http://blog.jim.com/economics/not-a-dog-barked/

    "Overnight (well, over the first one hundred and fifty days of the Trump regime), the US has become an energy exporter. Trump would repeal a regulation by executive order, and the next day coal miners would be digging coal, repeal another regulation, and the next day drillers would be pumping oil. One day he makes an executive order, the next day Americans in flyover country are back to work. The next day after that he makes another executive order, and the day after that, more Americans in flyover country are back to work.

    You did not hear of this.

    Probably because the mighty and justifiable enraged masses strangely failed to spontaneously show up to spontaneously demonstrate their might and spontaneous justified rage. They were always demanding that Obama shut down energy, but somehow, when Trump turns the energy policy of every previous Democratic and cuckservative president for the last sixty years arse over tit, no protests happen.

    Funny thing that.

    By the way did you know that there is overwhelming support for impeaching Trump? It must be true, I read it in the newspapers. </sarcasm>

    Leftism has been a mass movement under both Democratic and cuckservative presidents, been a mass movement since nineteen sixtythree. But Donald Trump gets elected, and suddenly and quietly it just is not a mass movement any more. Funny thing that."
     
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    Not Tired of Winning Yet XXVI » John C. Wright's Journal | http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/07/not-tired-of-winning-yet-xxvi/

    I'll do the whole text here, it's short:

    "President Trump fulfilled another campaign promise and recinded the absurdly unconstitutional Johnson Amendment, which is a Dem administration IRS regulation threatening preachers, priests and pastors with loss of their tax free status for their churches should they ever speak on political matters from the pulpit.

    I had never heard any so called conservative politicians even speaking on the topic of the Johnson Amendment erenow. It has been in place for decades, an insolent, open, filthy, glaring, and obvious desecration of the central Constitutional liberty embodied in the First Amendment.

    Any prior GOP president could have struck down this gross Democrat Party middle finger in the eyeball of all American long ago, with the stroke of a pen. None did. None, as far as I know, ever even discussed the matter.

    This is cause for true celebration."


    A WaPo article bitching about it: Trump promised to destroy the Johnson Amendment. Congress is targeting it now. | https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2017/06/30/trump-promised-to-destroy-the-johnson-amendment-congress-is-targeting-it-now/?utm_term=.6efcabbdd5f5

    If the spin is that removing this limit on Church speech... would lead to politicians pressuring churches for endorsements... I'm guessing it means that churches will have a greater say in who gets elected, and Cathedral is angry about erosion of their lock on the megaphone.

    Man, I didn't even know about all of this winning.
     
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    I didn't know there was a whole series of these on the John C. Wright blog.

    Trump ends illegal Obama slush fund for La Raza and other groups: Not Tired of Winning Yet XX » John C. Wright's Journal | http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/06/not-tired-of-winning-yet-xx/
    I wonder if this was what Jim's Blog was referencing when he talked about Trump slowing and even slightly reversing USG funding of left wing groups?

    Sounds like we've stopped paying for Cuba's military:
    Not Tired of Winning Yet XXI » John C. Wright's Journal | http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/06/not-tired-of-winning-yet-xxi/

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may soon be required by federal law to base its policies on actual science: Not Tired of Winning Yet XVI » John C. Wright's Journal | http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/04/not-tired-of-winning-yet-xvi/

    Pulled tranny bathroom guidelines, good sign: Not Tired of Winning Yet XI » John C. Wright's Journal | http://www.scifiwright.com/2017/02/not-tired-of-winning-yet-xi/

    Those were the juicy ones, he's got like 20 of them, though. Lotta winning, even with all the opposition against him. Really kind of excited.
     
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    But I heard Americans are lazy! You can tell because they were always unemployed before.
     
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    Americans are totally lazy. Not wanting to work 15 hours a day, 6-7 days a week is is the kind of shiftlessness that drives employers to use foreign labor: https://www.unz.com/isteve/annals-of-hispanic-capitalist-shamelessness/

    Do you honestly expect this guy to switch to 8-hour shifts? Days off? Maybe even have him raise wages to compensate for the body-destroying toil? You heartless monster. Think of the economy!
     
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    Lie back and think of the GDP (not GDP per capita though, try very hard not to think of that).
     
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    Damn thats fucked up, won't someboy please think of the globalists?!?
     
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