DYSPEPSIA GENERATION

We have seen the future, and it sucks.

Brooms and Shovels

15th November 2012

John Derbyshire, Patron Saint of Dyspepsia, aftermaths the election.

Nowadays, after the brief Thatcherite interlude (sigh), Labourites and Tories are indistinguishable: sleek young metrosexuals in thousand-dollar suits whose thoughts stray not one millimeter from the dogmas of the New Universal Faith—globalism, feminism, multiculturalism, gay rights, “human rights,” and all the rest of the snot, dandruff, and earwax we have to pretend to believe if we want to avoid the attentions of the Thought Police.

This is why it is important to SUPPORT JOHN DERBYSHIRE (see the top of the column on your right).

The key to understanding the dynamics of multiracial nations in a globalized world is an appreciation of human nature in its tribal and racial aspects. Such appreciation has mighty political, social, and psychological barriers to breach among white people even when the science is indisputable, which it by no means yet is. I’d say we are a full generation away from popular acceptance of realism about race among whites.

And that’s the most perceptive thing you’ll read today.

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