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Guess *American* race-baiting isn’t good enough for him.

Add this to your “Wow, how surprising” files: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s chief political advisor, is a big fan of a frankly racist novel, The Camp of the Saints, a dystopian what-if depiction of Europe being overwhelmed by a literal invasion of dirty brown people who take over and ruin civilization, because that’s simply how immigration works. The 1973 novel by Jean Raspail has become something of a touchstone on the right, even getting respectful reviews in “respectable” conservative outlets like National Review, which found ominous parallels between Raspail’s vision of scary brown people taking over Europe and the arrival of thousands of unaccompanied Central American refugee children in 2014.

You see, since the right pretends The Camp of the Saints is about the dangers of unrestricted immigration, not a tale of racial anxiety, the book has found a niche with conservatives who can praise it as a story of “cultural,” not racial, peril. It probably helps that Raspail is French, and therefore espouses a sophisticated Continental form of racism. And for all we know, it may actually be more “literary” than The Turner Diaries, which doesn’t pretend to be anything than a neo-Nazi recruiting pamphlet in pulp novel form. The Southern Poverty Law Center warned in 2001 that Raspail’s novel was becoming popular with American rightists who would never openly embrace the hick racism of The Turner Diaries. Not surprisingly, William Pierce, author of The Turner Diaries, praised The Camp of the Saints as “one of the most famous, popular, and important racialist novels.” Not sure that’s included in the back-cover blurbs.

Raspail himself, now 91, “has long been on an obsessive quest to defend the West’s racial and cultural purity,” according to Shikha Dalmia in an article from last year on the novel’s sudden popularity among some conservatives. She’s not a fan, calling the book’s story line “so cartoonish that even Mad Max writers would cringe.” We read The Turner Diaries ages ago to see just how awful it was (very), but we haven’t read Raspail’s book-shaped object, so we’ll share some of Dalmia’s plot synopsis:

The central plot line of the book involves an armada of “kinky-haired, swarthy-skinned, long-despised” Indians who, exhorted by a “turd eating” god-man to get a piece of the “white man’s comfort,” board a fleet of rickety ships to France, the land of “milk and honey,” to escape poverty and illness.

The sojourners are hungry and diseased. But that evidently does nothing to dull their satyr-like sexual appetite since these are people who, in Raspail’s telling, “never found sex to be a sin.” So their journey becomes one long orgiastic ride as they hump everything in sight. […]

About a quarter of these “Ganges people” succumb in this journey of “dung and debauch,” but the rest arrive on the shores of the beautiful French Riviera on Easter Sunday. Unfortunately, mowing them down (Raspail’s preferred response) is not an option for the “fragile Western World” reeling from the Holocaust and wracked with liberal guilt over colonization. Instead, the lily-white French, seeking redemption, dispatch rescue crews to bring these grotesque masses to safety like “a million Christs.”

Huh. So far, sounds like every bit as lame a premise as The Turner Diaries, only with immigrant hordes instead of a despotic Jewish-controlled government seizing all the guns, but about equally sophisticated. The white-culture-defending hero of The Camp Of he Saints is, unlike ordinary average guy Earl Turner, a professor named Calgues who loves him some Mozart, so Raspail has given his protagonist a class advantage over the other racist screed. Perfesser White Civilization joins an armed vigilante resistance, but it’s too late — the floods of inferior people swamp Europe and the rest of the white world in short order, raping and killing all the naive European welcoming them with open arms (Raspail wrote about cucks before condemning cucks was cool!), and apparently the novel ends with the death of white culture, minus the deadly revenge fantasies of eventual white triumph in Turner.

HuffPo notes The Camp of the Saints only presents its white characters as fully human, while Raspail lingers in glorious revulsion on images of brown people’s essential nastiness:

The Indian armada brings “thousands of wretched creatures” whose very bodies arouse disgust: “Scraggy branches, brown and black … All bare, those fleshless Gandhi-arms.” Poor brown children are spoiled fruit “starting to rot, all wormy inside, or turned so you can’t see the mold.”

The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

The novel is, as HuffPo says, a great favorite of the man described as “Trump’s brain”; Bannon referenced it all the time when he was the CEO and top media voice of Dead Breitbart’s Home for White Fear:

Just in case you don’t watch the vid, a few samples:

“It’s been almost a Camp of the Saints-type invasion into Central and then Western and Northern Europe,” he said in October 2015.

“The whole thing in Europe is all about immigration,” he said in January 2016. “It’s a global issue today — this kind of global Camp of the Saints.”

“It’s not a migration,” he said later that January. “It’s really an invasion. I call it the Camp of the Saints.”

“When we first started talking about this a year ago,” he said in April 2016, “we called it the Camp of the Saints. … I mean, this is Camp of the Saints, isn’t it?”

For once, we’re sort of glad Donald Trump doesn’t read, though with Bannon using The Camp of the Saints as his guide to immigration issues, we doubt there’s any difference. Though it would be bitter fun to hear Trump praising the novel during a press conference and then being surprised anyone had a problem with it.

How awful is this novel? Linda Chavez, the very anti-immigration conservative who worked in the Reagan and Bush I administrations, read the thing when it was published in the ’70s in its first American version, and describes Camp as “really shockingly racist,” adding in comments to HuffPo, “and to have the counselor to the president see this as one of his touchstones, I think, says volumes about his attitude.” Chavez served for a while in the late ’80s as president of the group U.S. English, which pushed for designating English as the official language, but left the group in disgust after learning much of the group’s funding came from a pro-eugenics group and from Cordelia Scaife May, who helped publish American editions of Camp of the Saints. She recalled seeing staffers carrying the book around the offices, which was a dead giveaway U.S. English was no place for a nice conservative who simply wants to cut taxes on rich people and preserve a Republican majority, but not go into full-on ethnic cleansing. The HuffPo piece closes with Chavez warning that Bannon’s influence on Trump on matters of immigration and race is “extremely dangerous”:

She said Trump’s immigration moves are “a kind of purging of America of anything but our Northern European roots.” Bannon, she added, “wants to make America white again.”

Huh. Trump supporters will no doubt wonder why Chavez would say that like it’s a bad thing.

[HuffPo / National Review / The Week / SPLC]

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  • memzilla Ω
    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Who picked a fucking Oreo?

      • Shanzgood

        Yeah, that’s…mmmph.

      • calliecallie

        Should have been a chocolate kiss, maybe.

        • OneYieldRegular

          Should have been an Everlasting Gobstopper.

    • schmannity

      Is that a Cheeto or a shriveled dick?

      • Indivisible Snark Tank

        Yes.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    The 1973 novel by Jean Raspail has become something of a touchstone on the right, even getting respectful reviews in “respectable” conservative outlets like National Review

    Wouldn’t this be the same National Review that tried to distance itself from Donald?

    And what was that bit about reaping what you sow, wingnuts?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      I always think of that publication as National Socialist Review, myself.

  • Oblios_Cap

    The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    Seems to have sperm on the mind, doesn’t he?

  • Villago Delenda Est

    So, this is like the faux-Persians depicted in “300”, a movie that is NOT gay, we swear.

  • Lizzietish81

    White people are so weird about sex.

    Tangentially that reminds me of when I was working with this guy from Africa (Sierra Leone I think but I’m not sure) who laughed at my green tea drinking because back home, it was considered an aphrodisiac.

  • GoutMachine

    “…no place for a nice conservative who
    simply wants to cut taxes on rich people and preserve a Republican
    majority, but not go into full-on ethnic cleansing.”

    She’s just not committed enough.

    • SmokinGood

      RINO

  • “never found sex to be a sin.”

    As opposed to the French who are historically such prudes?

    • tomamitai

      Based only on my own impressions, it sure seems that the more Catholic a country is the more they are into amour.

      • Oblios_Cap

        But it’s Jebus’ love, not some heathen sort.

        • tomamitai

          The pictures of carnival in Brazil look pretty heathen to me!

          • Oblios_Cap

            That’s a product of your dirty mind. Repent!

          • Riley Whodat Venable

            They are supposed to. Carnival is to scare us. If the Lord of Misrule had been able to change Jesus’ mind in the desert this is what the world would look like. Now, it’s Lent. Pray your Rosary and eat you Erstyr Poboy.

      • richardgrabman

        Catholics have confession. They don’t need to get born again, just confess again.

      • disqus_lWwzrwNaw6

        No-because (just for instance) Ireland and Poland are horrible places in terms of amour, especially Ireland.

        I think it’s Mediterranean countries that boost the lovin’. They just can’t help themselves.

    • Jgb979

      One of my fav French memories was walking through a mall in Lyon, where a 60+ year old woman dropped Trou in full view of the storefront while changing …

      …and no one thought the slightest of it.

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      • FreddieFree

        I loved Lyon. The wife and sister-in-law both got food poisoning at Paul Bocouse, though.

  • Oblios_Cap

    With all the sex those swarthy types were having on the way over, how were they in any condition to fight? My coaches always said no sex before a contest.

    Or did they just fuck the Europeans to death?

  • Lulu Mac
  • Red Bird Ω

    Ugh! I know a really good story about an entire continent of people who were practically whipped out by a massive wave of “immigration” over a 600 year period. It’s documented history and everything.

  • schmannity

    Bannon? The blossom is off the turd.

    –Karl Rove

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    Thank you, Doc, for brightening my day. I had forgotten that William Pierce is dead.

  • Jgb979

    If you ever want to see a society that is hopelessly stagnant culturally, check anywhere in the US or U.K. where immigration is low.

    You won’t find much of things like “jobs” “restaurants” “income” or “young people”

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Stagnant economically, too.

      • Oblios_Cap

        And they smell bad, too.

    • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

      Sounds pretty much like the rural areas that voted for the Russian Puppet.

      • Jgb979

        It’s one of the reasons Putin gets away with as much BS as he does.

        Russia only has 2 remotely cosmopolitan cities and the rest of the continent is basically red state peasants.

  • MynameisBlarney

    And the hits just keep on coming…

    http://www.democraticunderground.com/10141721714

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      So, business as usual for Dolt 45, then? Start a project that’s so obviously nothing more than a front for some kind of shady deal, leave it unfinished, and move on. I’m guessing the stories about workers and suppliers getting stiffed will come out next week.

      • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

        “Dolt 45”– beautiful. Thanks!

    • Sardonicuss

      Wondering at this point if there are any money laundering, corrupt property deals on the planet without his fingerprints on them.

    • SayItWithWookies

      “The Corleones of the Caspian” — wow, it’s as though the Trump brand actually seeks out corrupt influences in obscure corners of the world untouched by modern, well-functioning corruption. No wonder they’re so terrible at hiding their collusion with Putin.

    • Indivisible Snark Tank

      Frankly, I have no doubt that Lord Dampnut had no idea these people were Bad Hombres. They had money they were willing to give him, so they were OK in his book.

      • MynameisBlarney

        I ain’t giving that fucker the benefit of the doubt.
        For all we know, they might be part of the same “Tacky As Fuck Trust Fund Baby” club.

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      I wonder what’s actually going to happen to this admin. As the actual and reported sins are piling up, I find myself (oddly) thinking that they will actually continue in power. Anybody got any recent info on what legal actions, if any, are likely to be taken against a “pres” this corrupt? (I’m feeling a lot of despair today — feeling combat fatigue, too many battles to fight because of this admin.)

      • MynameisBlarney

        I think the crimes are becoming to big and numerous to ignore for much longer.
        And I don’t think he’ll last a year in office before one or more of our Intelligence agencies throws the book at him.

  • Sardonicuss

    Man that Bannon.
    I guess Darth Vader was right, darkness really can sustain some people. Otherwise, Bannon and Cheney would be playing poker with Dead Brietbart in hell right now.

    • Crystalclear12

      Hell doesn’t want him, standards, you know.

  • AnnieGetYerFun

    But that evidently does nothing to dull their satyr-like sexual appetite since these are people who, in Raspail’s telling, “never found sex to be a sin.”

    Huh, that’s interesting. Must be a different part of India than the parts that I visited.

    • tomamitai

      Yeah, they don’t even show people kissing in films! I thought that’s what those dance numbers are for?

    • Indivisible Snark Tank

      I suppose the fact that I’ve never found sex to be a sin either makes me a bad person in Raspail’s eyes.

      http://cdn.meme.am/cache/instances/folder89/53332089.jpg

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      The implication — that Raspail thinks it is — is disturbingly illuminating.

  • Crystalclear12

    Chavez nurtured people like Bannon and now want to pretend their hands are clean.

    All in the pursuit of power.

    • DahBoner

      Hugo Chavez?

      • PubOption

        Cesar?

  • SayItWithWookies

    That’s quite a cautionary tale — or it would have been, if Western Civilization hadn’t already been wiped out by teeming hordes of Germans, Italians, Irish, Hispanics, ex-slaves, Puerto Ricans (an opinion unironically expressed by my Italian great-uncle, no shit) and anyone else I may have forgotten.

    • AnnieGetYerFun

      As my Russian grandmother used to say “The problem weeth Amereeka ees that there are too many eemeegrents.”

      • Oblios_Cap

        We can’t all have ancestors that came from Ireland.

        • AnnieGetYerFun

          It’s hard not to, though. (speaking of semen everywhere…)

        • tomamitai

          NSFW without headphones:

          https://youtu.be/ZD0BcQTIr4c

        • richardgrabman

          The Irish are civilized?

          • BearDeLaOursistance

            As long as I’ve recently had between three and eight beers. Any more (or less), and all bets are off.

          • Oblios_Cap

            In a slightly inebriated way, yes.

    • SmokinGood

      You must not be from the Left Coast. You forgot the various flavours of the Orient.

    • tomamitai

      Reporter: Mr. Gandhi, what do you think of Western Civilization?
      Mr. Gandhi: I think it would be a good idea!

      Possibly apocryphal, but appropriate none the less.

  • SmokinGood

    As to the title of the article: No. Not really.

    I just come here for the recipes.

    • AnnieGetYerFun

      Dick jokes and recipes.

  • TJ Barke

    Is it just me or does it seem like these sort of authors all seem to have inferiority complexes?

    • DahBoner

      So you’re saying they project superiority because they feel stupid, uneducated and unskilled?

      • TJ Barke

        They’re all afraid they’ll be replaced by some virile foreigners or ethnic minorities.

  • AnnieGetYerFun

    The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    ALWAYS PROJECTION WITH THIS ASSHOLES

    • Courser_Resistance

      Truly. I cannot fathom such a thing.

    • HogeyeGrex

      Dear Penthouse Forum,
      I never thought this would happen to me, but…

    • OneYieldRegular

      All that sexual repression spilling out with these guys – so predictable.

    • FreddieFree

      Rivers of sperm. Wouldn’t that take more men than a ship could hold? I mean, I’m no Peter North, but, whom is?

  • BloviateMe

    Sounds like someone basically plagiarized Jonathan Swift’s Yahoos, to me.

  • lucidamente

    Thanks for the tip! My racist French book club just finished Michel Houellebecq’s Submission.

  • proudgrampa

    So, Doktor, can’t you Banhammer this stuff?

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    I got ten bucks says the “author” is secretly ashamed of the size of his penis.

    • Sardonicuss

      He resents all those with “outies”.

  • Mavenmaven

    Trump doesn’t need it. His vision is entirely shaped by the scary racist fears of late 70’s NYC, media created scary “wilding” and “souljacking” gangs urged on by scary “farrakhan” types with big tape recorders playing scary “hip hop” or whatever those scary people call it.

    • DahBoner

      And wrestling mats (for the head dancing)

    • marxalot

      Graffiti and disrespect! Vandalism! Turnstile jumpers! Vote for Ed Koch!

  • arglebargle

    Trump’s administration is more of a “Camp of the Taints”

  • JMP

    Wait, the book is about the death of white culture, and it’s supposed to be a warning? But the death of white culture would be the absolute best thing that could ever happen to the world!

    • arglebargle

      White culture gave us the Bee Gee’s. ‘Nuff said.

      • Shanzgood

        Jello salad was bad enough.

      • I love the Bee Gees, so there.

        • arglebargle

          You are the exception that proves the rule.

      • JMP

        And the Eagles, Celine Dion and every boy band that wasn’t New Edition or Boys II Men (who non-coincidentally were the only ones that were any good).

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    Ya know, Bannon, it wouldn’t hurt you to take a shower, and, while you’re at it, give your brain and your soul a little scrubbing, too. (I know, I know – brain and soul not in evidence!)

  • Shibusa

    Trump’s book club pick: Little Black Sambo.

    • Erala Contratista

      LBS libelz. The kid was a genius. Reread the book. There is a picture book reissue of the story which puts the story in India, where it originated. All us kids thought Sambo was brilliant. Plus pancakes and lots of melted butter. And the kid got his clothes back, too, also.

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    So, TLM is actually Bannon writing Raspail fan-fic?

  • WiscoJoe

    Imagine being so insecure that you live in a constant state of fear over “Gandhi-arms” and “rivers of sperm.” Can’t relate.

    • SmokinGood

      Seriously. I occasionally glance at the email forwards my RWNJ dad sends me, and the only thing I can think is, “THIS is what you’re worried about?” Well, that and, “OMFG that is so racist.”

      • Ricky Gay

        for some folks it seems like life is not too short, but…

    • Raan

      “rivers of sperm”

      Ghostbusters II porn parody?

  • laughingnome

    This book’s plot line sounds like a really bad porn flick.

    • lucidamente

      “Dear ICE, you’re probably not going to believe this, but . . .”

    • GoutMachine

      “He fixes the cable?”

    • Shibusa

      Freedom Cockus Productions

  • DahBoner

    Freedom Fries Lovers avert your eyes…
    https://i.redd.it/rz39iv05xoax.jpg

    • Ricky Gay

      That has a John Carpenter’s The Thing feel to it. ((shudder))

  • I’m reading Art Spiegleman’s “Maus” right now. I’ve no need to read anything designed to make “Maus” a feel good book of the month.

    Camp of the Saints
    0—Stars
    did not, would not read.

  • andyshelt
  • BigCSouthside

    The thing I don’t get about white supremacists is:

    If your “culture” is so superior….what the fuck are you worried about? Wouldnt all these scary “unwashed hordes” see your culture and be like “wow, those people are fuckin awesome. Let’s be like them”?

    • tomamitai

      Health care they want to leave to the “free market”, but their “culture” needs protectin’!

    • ariel_gee_398

      They will dilute our awesome culture with curry and melanin.

      • BigCSouthside

        …I want curry now

      • BearDeLaOursistance

        Srsly, maybe ask Bear first before try to prevent #NomDiversity? Silly white humanz.

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      I think what happens is: White-ies are (appropriately) fearful of all the people they’ve kept down over the years — they fear that retribution is coming. So they have to demonize those who were kept down, in order to continue keeping them down, in an attempt to stave off the much-deserved retribution. (And retribution isn’t inevitable — but the keep-downers are correct in worrying that it will occur.)

      • tomamitai

        If they changed the system to make it harder for the majority to oppress minorities they wouldn’t have to worry about becoming one.

      • shivaskeeper

        This was the reason for fear of slave uprisings. They knew how they would react if they were enslaved and treated like chattel, then had a chance to strike back. They knew what they were doing was wrong because they knew what they would do in the same circumstances.

        There is need at that point to keep the rhetoric up and to ensure those who gave marginalized and oppressed never even get the chance to turn the tides and make them suffer as they have made others suffer.

      • Erala Contratista

        Very Yes to this.

    • Indivisible Snark Tank

      This would lead to what the racists really fear: the “unwashed hordes” would successfully integrate themselves, and then the racists’ daughters would want to marry one.

      • BigCSouthside

        BUT they also believe their genes are superior, so therefore wouldn’t they think they could essentially “breed out” the scary brown people?

      • LucindathePook

        Yeah, like that’s possible. These scum could never attain the wonderfulness of my tribe.

  • ariel_gee_398

    “The sojourners are hungry and diseased.”

    So, basically white Europeans showing up in America? It really is never not projection.

    • georgiaburning

      If only this important message about immigrants had reached this hemisphere in the early 1500’s and proper action taken at that time

  • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

    So, apologies for my naivete and earnestness: What makes someone like Bannon — who has so much that rationally (rationally) he can’t believe that it will be taken from him — what makes someone like that so violently hateful, whereas someone else that privileged (e.g., Mitt Romney) is content with “merely” supporting a status quo that will keep his privilege intact? I find all of this bewildering.
    …. I can understand why people who have nothing, who live in a constant state of resource-insecurity, are violently hateful. (And I don’t think that all are, not by a long shot.) And I *get* it, that the individual early psych-wounds are the predictor of such anti-social behavior. Even so, I feel — well, bewildered by the Bannon blend of privilege+ education and flat-out, low-rent hatred. ????? Thanks.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Training. He was taught to think that way. This is where right-wing education and right-wing Catholicism get you.

      • marxalot

        Evangelical dominionism, too- even worse.

      • shivaskeeper

        Also true.

      • BeachBum

        There are left wing Catholics too. I remember priests and nuns marching with Caesar Chavez. And to end the war.

        • UncleTravelingMatt

          Bannon isn’t one of them, though. Bannon is a right-wing Catholic of the Legionnaire/Opus Dei persuasion.

          • LucindathePook

            Really? Bannon is Opus Dei? I believe it, but he looks like he lacks the discipline, if you know what I mean.

          • UncleTravelingMatt

            I don’t know about his membership, but he is close with Raymond Burke and espouses Legionnaire/Opus Dei/Church Militant beliefs.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      It’s because they’re convinced that life is a zero-sum game: sharing something with you means I get less of it. Since I’m more important than you (because I’m rich, or white, or American, or whatever the reason is today), that’s unfair to me, so it’s obvious that it should be stopped by whatever means necessary. Whether it means you die from lack of health care or food, or your children go to substandard schools and are poisoned by lead in their water, is beside the point, because if you have nice things, I by definition have less, and that displeases me.

      • shivaskeeper

        This is a huge part of it. Everything is zero sum to someone like him.

      • GoutMachine

        Yep. That, and when you’re privileged, any expansion of the rights of others is a direct attack on your rights.

      • BeachBum

        This goes a long way to explain why people can be against people of the same race, religion, and economic levels. They don’t need a reason if they fear a loss. Pure greed and selfishness.

      • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

        Very well said. Thanks.
        ….. Last week, I googled for a figure for the total wealth of the US; admittedly such figures are iffy, but: $87tril / 330mil people =$263,636 per capita. There really *is* enough to go around.
        ….. I guess I kinda know the answer to my own question (I think truly crappy parenting is a big factor in making some people that hateful, because this deprivation-thinking is clearly irrational). Some days, tho, my despair at this admin (and the now-impossible-to-ignore view of the electorate) is so intense, I behave as tho info could actually make sense of this nightmare. Thanks again.

    • Red Bird Ω

      I don’t know if you are American but seriously, Americans are raised to be racist. It’s the culture.

      • I’m going to argue that one.

        • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

          I’m going to argue that one, too. Yes, this culture is loaded with institutional racism and misogyny, but plenty of us see/move beyond it and are nothing like Bannon. There is something truly seriously crazy-twisted wrong about these privileged extremists.

          • Thank you. We must give credit, where credit is due.

    • Sardonicuss

      I think of Bannon as a “some people just want to watch the world burn” kind of guy.

      • Shibusa

        He and Kellyanne are Christian Dominionists. They’re keen to be Raptured in Armageddon.

        • Sardonicuss

          I am pretty keen for them to be raptured as well. This afternoon works for me.

          • Erala Contratista

            When you get raptured, you leave your clothes behind. I hope you become invisible too, also.

          • Sardonicuss

            As a heathen I will remain modestly attired during the rapture…except for ..pants?

          • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

            How else can the rivers of sperm flow over your thighs?

          • Sardonicuss

            No pants. Get it?

    • Shibusa
  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    So what the white supremacists want is a world where there’s no intermingling of cultures, huh? Maybe they should try living in Amish country, for awhile. That’s a monoculture. Of course, they couldn’t use the internet to try to kill the world, but into every life some rain must fall.

    • tomamitai

      If you can’t get pizza or Chinese food it ain’t worth living there!

    • arglebargle

      Actually, the Amish are quite happy to use “English” culture when it suits them.

      • tomamitai

        Every so often I see a van full of them shopping at the Dollar Store, they pay an “English” guy to bring ’em.

        • eka

          i saw four different groups of them arrive at an aldi one time within the span of fifteen minutes, driver waiting in the car outside. i mean, i know aldi is german, but do none of you shop elsewhere?

          • BearDeLaOursistance

            I’d suspect it’s because the Aldi model means buying things without Flashy Brand Identity. Which has the nice bonus of being more cost-effective.

      • BearDeLaOursistance

        My understanding is that it’s more about protecting their overall traditional way of life than about demonizing any given activity as fundamentally “sinful”. Thus, the main idea is to avoid developing dependency on the outside ways. Cf. Toma’s example of paying the non-Amish guy to give them a ride: The cost is probably just enough of a “stop and think” factor to ensure they only use motorized transport for something objectively important, such as grocery shopping.

        • arglebargle

          Yeah, you are correct. Like having a landline phone in a shack out by the road, but not in the house. Or steel wheels on the tractors but not rubber tires because that would make it too comfortable and thus tempting to drive into town. I’m just really down on all religion at this point and sometimes my bitterness gets the best of me and I make snide comments that aren’t really useful.

    • Red Bird Ω

      No, actually, if they wanted to keep their culture pure they should have stayed in Europe in the first place. In fact, they should probably go back.

      • tomamitai

        And then they should move back to Asia, and then back to Africa, and then back to the Savannah, and then … fuck it, just go straight back to the oceans and live as single celled organisms!

        • arglebargle

          Imma go back to being a ‘splody star

        • Red Bird Ω

          I get the joke but nah. They can stay in Europe once they go back,since that’s the place they seem to love so much.

          • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

            Ah, but where can these “pure” white Americans — most of whom are filthy mongrels of various N.European nations — really go? One limb to Ireland, another to Germany, etc.?

          • Red Bird Ω

            Kind of missing the point there. Most white Americans self identify as a single cultural group. So why not now? To be clear, I’m emphasizing how ridiculous their desire for a “pure” culture is because of the same things you point out. But I’m bad at snark.
            Also, the same issue of being mixed could be said of Black Americans but people still tell them to “go back to Africa”…. without ironic intent. Also, too, the same can be said of Latinos who have actual native American ancestry, and even they are told to “go back”. White supremacy, how does it work?

          • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

            No, I got your point. Just spinning it out a little. Maybe I’m bad at snark. Cheers.

  • Courser_Resistance

    Gee, that book sounds kinda like World War Z replacing zombies with even scarier brown folks.

    • Shibusa

      Donnie Darko 2.

      • marxalot

        Donnie: Darker

    • Lizzietish81

      World War Z is actually a very good book, I will not have it so maligned.

      The movie otoh…

      • TJ Barke

        Well Max Brooks has basically disowned the movie.

        • Lizzietish81

          I suspect he did more than that, like a cleansing fire ritual

      • Historicat

        Forget the movie. HBO or AMC or one of those guys should turn it into an anthology series with bookends of the UN researcher interviewing people.

  • Red Bird Ω

    So, people needed to read about him liking this book to know he was a white supremacist? People are stupid.

    • ariel_gee_398

      At least 62,984,825 of them.

      • Red Bird Ω

        No. I’m pretty sure the ones who voted for him understood he was. It’s the ones who defended those who voted for him by saying it was economic anxiety, etc. I’m tired of people trying to justify racism by playing ignorant to it.

        • Ms.MLG on Maui

          This.

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      I have a slightly different take — that it’s a “know your enemy, THOROUGHLY” kind of thing, bc if you don’t really know the depth of their hatred and depravity, then you can’t figure out an effective (or less-ineffective) counter-strategy.

      • Red Bird Ω

        true

  • Marceline

    Is there nothing these people can’t make about their porny fantasies?

    • Shibusa

      This is the way the world ends: not with a gang bang but a whimper.

    • snark-lurker

      i hear there is a “Rule 34” sez anything you can think of gives sumbuddy a stir in the swimsuit area

  • anwisok

    Who would have guessed Throbbing Love Muscle was a published author?

  • Jenny

    Ugh that picture. America’s methed out football coach.

    • Nockular cavity

      Every time I see that pic, I imagine he’s doing the play-by-play at the Drunks Pissing Themselves National Championship.

      • marxalot

        Hobo Fights.

    • GoutMachine

      Bill Belichick?

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Color commentator at dirt-track stock car races in West Virgnia.

  • Nockular cavity

    dung and debauch

    So, mix with the “rivers of sperm” he describes, and voila! Santorum.

  • Nick Scroggs

    Frankly, I don’t know what to do or think anymore. Guys like Bannon with the Alcoholic Face are in charge of the country. Supposedly smart scientists turn out to be using their own prejudices to guide it, such as William Shockley or the racist Michael Hart (pretty sure it’s that guy), and even the head of astrophysics at UCLA(Ben Zuckerman), a beautiful subject of science and the cosmos, is for Trump-like draconian immigration, justifying it with environmentalism, and one space scientist at SMC was very Koch-like. What the hell’s going on, is it that humans are just too stupid and such to be trusted with anything?

    • marxalot

      Oh, honey, white science man have always harbored weird convictions that they’re inherently better than other people based on their white-man-ness. Finding them in line with authority that Looks Like Them, and letting their ground-in convictions of superiority guide their research, shouldn’t be a surprise. Infuriating and bewildering, but not surprising.

      • Nick Scroggs

        An off topic question, but why did you call me ‘honey”? What, does everyone here assume I’m naive or something?

        • marxalot

          Sorry, it’s (for me) a Texas thing. When I wish to convey sympathy or sorrow, I go right to the terms of endearment.

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      Almost. It’s the aggressive, know-too-little humans who seek (and seize) power who are too stupid to be trusted with anything.

  • Anna Rompage

    And in other news, it appears Donnie & Ivanka are tied to a corrupt family of oligarchs from Azerbaijan that fund the Iranian revolutionary Guard

    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/03/13/donald-trumps-worst-deal

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Bannon explained it to Trump using finger puppets.

  • Flashman

    Slightly O/T, but is Red Dawn still a big scare movie on the right, now that being invaded by Communists is kind of a good thing?

    • marxalot

      Point of order: Russia has not been Communist for almost 30 years. It’s an authoritarian capitalist oligarchy now, much like our own beloved country.

      • Nick Scroggs

        But wasn’t it an authoritarian oligarchy back then as well?

        • tomamitai

          State capitalism, with the government as the ultimate holding company owning everything.

          • BearDeLaOursistance

            That giant groaning sound you hear is Kochs cumming.

        • Latverian Diplomat

          One of the problems with revolutions is the “new boss, same as the old boss” problem.

          With respect to unchecked, brutal authoritarianism, the Bolsheviks emulated the Czars, the Jacobins ended up emulating the Monarchists, even the Iranian Islamic revolution took on a form not that different from the Shah as a lot of participants had hoped.

          • TJ Barke

            Fear of counter revolution is generally the motivator.

          • Latverian Diplomat

            Well that’s one motivator. Ideological purity is another.

            But in the end, I think leadership positions attract assholes, and if the last group of leaders were able to get away with all kinds of shit, the new guys want a piece of that too.

        • marxalot

          Russia has always been an autoarchy. The nature and strength of the autoarch, and his debts to the oligarchs, is the only variable. Everything else is flavor for the masses. There was a break in 1917, but by 1930 it was back on track.

    • tomamitai

      The 2012 remake has North Koreans as the invading hordes.

      • Latverian Diplomat

        The Real North Koreans would probably just occupy the Super Markets and stop there.

      • shivaskeeper

        I used to joke that if North Korea ever invaded the south there was a good chance that the Army would starve to death before they finished crossing the DMZ.

    • clubseal

      Today, we are all Wolverines.

  • Zippy W Pinhead
    • Lefty Frizzell

      Giving choice back to (rich white) parents. Some poor white parents didn’t read the small print.

      • Zippy W Pinhead

        Some poor white parents didn’t read the small print.

        the story of their life…

  • Painter of Swedish Tragedies

    Honestly I would have been more shocked to discover that Bannon didn’t like this book. This is more of a “boy likes porn” revelation.

  • Mr. Blobfish

    Rivers of sperm? They must be vegans.

  • OrG

    National Review is NOT respectable.Your welcome.

  • The Wanderer

    Holy Happy Monkey Fuck, my worst writing is superior to this load of horseapples.

    • Latverian Diplomat

      Maybe it’s better in the original French.

      I mean, imagine the barrel they had to scrape the bottom of to find a translator for this thing?

      • mancityRed6

        They would all quit after their first few paragraphs.

  • Zippy W Pinhead
    • Sardonicuss

      He and Anne Coulter need to get a room.
      A room filled with explosives.

    • Alan

      You’re not surprised, are you?

  • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

    I hate to burst Bannon’s bursted-vein bubble, but us potato-head Irishmen weren’t really considered part of the master-race, either. Nazis consider us Catholic heathens to be among the lower breeds of Europeans, along with Spaniards, Italians and other associated sorta-white-but-also-untermenchen.

    That said, none of this was ever about actual race purity or whatever. This is all about sex, and who should be allowed to have it with whom. And white women should only ever be allowed to have sex with white men, and by white men I mean me.

    • Jenny

      My boyfriend said something to the gist of “with all the traveling I do, I sure am glad Italian catholics are considered white now!”

      Then we blamed Obama for being the real racist.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    A heroic professor and the white guys losing in the end does seem a little Frenchified and gay for the Brietbart crowd.

  • Chadwells
  • Someone should ask Bannon whether he’s read Wilmot Robertson’s The Dispossessed Majority, a semi-literate screed dating back to around 1970 that’s attained almost Scriptural status among our would-be Sturmabteilungen. It’s like The Turner Diaries only with words of more than one syllable.

  • Chadwells

    Bannon sucks.

    • Bannon too.

      • Chadwells

        Yeah yeah!!! My sausage fingers and autocorrect strike again!!!

  • MynameisBlarney
    • Infinite Squeee

      • MynameisBlarney

        Babbeh Panda was all like “WE PLAY NAO, LET ME NOM YOUR LEG!”

  • Riley Whodat Venable

    Dok
    Michi Raspail is 91 years old. My father would have been 91 now as well. In 1941 my father was on US ships supplying the Aleutians. What was Raspail doing? France fell in June 1940 IIRC.

    • chiefkurtz

      Informing?

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Technically he would have been 14 when France fell, but going from his writings it sounds like Raspail would have been/was an enthusiastic Vichy collaborator.

  • Alan

    Wait. Sex is a sin? WTF is that about?

    • tomamitai
    • Latverian Diplomat

      Only a woman having sex with someone other than her owner.

      Also too, guy/guy stuff is icky.

      — Yahweh

      • Alan

        Thanks. Gimme a minute while I tell my wife I own her. If you never hear from me again….

    • Jennifer R

      Well when you are such an odious fuck that no one would touch for money, the only thing that could sooth that burn is saying it’s all sinful anyway.

      It’s like when all these unimpressive white guys who can’t get a job or maintain a relationship because they are colossally unspectacular people. It’s totally their own fault but THE WORLD is to blame.

  • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨
    • Villago Delenda Est

      Oh, this is utter bullshit. Someone needs to hang for even proposing this.

    • Asterix

      I’ve been expecting this.

    • Carpe Vagenda

      They’ve been tax-paying american citizens for thirty years.

    • Jack Tenhet

      Of course they did. This is all about payback for tinpot 45.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      I honestly wouldn’t be a bit surprised to learn that the entire pile of bullshit was designed to target him specifically. Not one fucking bit.

      • Jack Tenhet

        Wouldn’t surprise me either. It’s sad that no matter how petty these things sound, they still scan with 45.

      • ViveLaPersistence

        Neither would I. His obsession with revenge is pathological.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      This thing is fluid right now…the only source is a tweet by CBC (as in Canadian Broadcasting) and details are sketchy.

  • fawkedifiknow

    Alois Schickelgruber’s son would approve.

    • tomamitai

      Jesus, talk about your daddy issues, imagine having this putz for a father: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f71e2ec8f2f4f15994cabc66d2c442c5e5398d0660b0cb4960395f687d375209.jpg

      • Me not sure

        Pappa vas cruel but fair.

        • Thaumaturgist

          German immigrant libel. They all looked like that. My in-laws. Grandfathers of kids I went to school with. Next best thing to Irish.

          • MynameisBlarney

            FALSE!

            They all wore lederhosen with those nifty hats.

          • Me not sure

            I meant fair in terms of being pasty-white, so even worse.

      • MynameisBlarney

        He seems nice.

      • aureolaborealis

        Looks pretty übermenschy to me.

  • Clyde Barrow

    Most bigots get their justification from the Bible, starting with Genesis, chapter 9, and all throughout the Old Testament. Bible thumpers don’t vote Red because of their other-than-Jesus-like economic principles.

    • Liberal Fascist Ron

      Though those certatinly don’t hurt.

  • Carpe Vagenda

    So, Cordelia Scaife May as in Richard Mellon Scaife? googles. His sister, and a real eugenicist piece of work whose entry on Wikipedia has been seriously scrubbed, along with the entry on her foundation.

  • calliecallie

    Like we didn’t already find Steve Bannon to be a disgusting, repugnant human being?

    • eka

      troll bait to see if there’s anyone vile enough to actually defend this?

      • calliecallie

        Aha! I see. Wait, shh, don’t tell them.

    • shivaskeeper

      Apparently we didn’t find him disgusting enough. Here is proof of that.

  • Bill Slider

    What if the Native Americans decide they want their country back? It is my understanding that they descended from the Chinese. Do Native American leaders maintain cordial communications with their distant relatives? A paranoid White House might find the possibility to be of interest.

    • Shanzgood

      I thought more recent archeological evidence and mitochondrial DNA pointed to the general area that is now France. Unless my reading is way behind, which is entirely possible.

      • LucindathePook

        Something, something, something Clovis points.

        • Shanzgood

          Yeah, that’s where my brain left off as well.

      • Bill Slider

        Have not seen that. That would go way back to when the European and North American continents were connected. We’re homo sapiens even a thing then?

        • Shanzgood

          Not connected by land mass, connected by ice. Migration via boats, not walking. It’s a long time since I read about it.

      • Bill Slider

        France plus Native Americans can’t win a war against the U.S.

        • Shanzgood

          Ouch.

      • keenanjay

        I’m pretty sure that in what is now France homo sapiens were still banging Neanderthals when eastern Asiatic peoples crossed into North America by boat or land migration.

    • Logic of Color

      No, the Americas were originally settled by ancient Hebrews. Haven’t you read the Book of Mormon?

      • Beowoof14

        I have to admit I have missed that book. However, I do recall when the Book of Mormon played here in Rochester, the local Hill Cumorah (The place where the gold tablets were originally handed to Joseph Smith) people were around handing invites to see being a Mormon in real life.

        • Logic of Color

          We caught that show a few weeks ago. Awesome. Yeah I was raised mormon…being one is real life isn’t all that great.

  • MynameisBlarney
    • georgiaburning

      CNN’s twitter monitors will have another long night ahead of them

      • Liberal Fascist Ron

        Hope they’re getting time and a half, PLUS hazard pay.

    • Kiri the Paid Protestor

      “This will be investigated, it will all come out. I will be proven right.”

      https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aEONeGOCOSw/maxresdefault.jpg

      • Liberal Fascist Ron

        We can point to this as the exact point where he lost his last tenuous contact with reality.

    • Carpe Vagenda

      so

      TheHill.com reported that Newsmax.com CEO Christopher Ruddy published an essay on Sunday attacking Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY) and praising his boss’ performance through a week rocked by major revelations regarding Trump and his staff’s communications with agents of the Russian government during the 2016 campaign and White House transition.

      who exactly in this situation is Chris Ruddy’s boss?

      • Shibusa

        Vladimir?

    • clubseal

      I wouldn’t be surprised if our massive spying agency had engaged in this, given that it has been abused numerous times before. What’s the difference here? Instead of spying on we peons, it possibly happened to someone “important.”
      http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2013/09/27/loveint_how_nsa_spies_snooped_on_girlfriends_lovers_and_first_dates.html

  • snark-lurker

    SIDEBOOB!!! **i love yelling that at a party**

    • ViveLaPersistence

      Did I mention that at the women’s march here in St Augustine, which was like a party, we had FULL boob?* Sometimes Florida can be cool.*Two lovely young ladies in a car that drove by. Being oldz, we were too slow to get a pic.

      • snark-lurker

        “FULL BOOB!!!” ? ummm, that could get me in trouble

  • anon_the_great

    No disrespect Wonkette but the only thing more boring than a racist is an essay on racist literature. But thanks for the intel.

    TL;DR

  • MynameisBlarney

    Goddamnit, I fuckin hate turmp…

    Now he’s going after Khizr Khan

    https://twitter.com/journorosa/status/838815925235232769

  • Thaumaturgist

    FWIW the genesis of the Keystone State Cops, the first state-wide police agency in the U.S., was the threat of immigrants who allegedly employed violence against Pinkertons. City cops weren’t available because the mines and mills often were located outsides the limits of Pennsylvania’s cities. Immigrant violence is nothing new, in this country.

  • Jonny On Maui

    since these are people who, in Raspail’s telling, “never found sex to be a sin.

    If you’ve found sex to be sinful you’re probably going about it wrong.

    • UncleTravelingMatt

      Or really, really right.

      • Swampgas_Man

        Or you’re Screwed-Up Catholic.

    • Logic of Color

      If you’ve found sex to be sinful you’re probably going about it life wrong

      fify

    • Liberal Fascist Ron

      ‘When she was good, she was very, very good
      But when she was bad she was better.’

  • MynameisBlarney
    • Logic of Color

      yeah OK that one got me

    • anwisok

      That’s a good one.

  • smitallica

    Steve Bannon’s body appears to be 85-90% gin blossom and spider veins.

    • Nounverb911

      Can Peggy Noonan ‘tapp’ him for a fresh supply of gin then?

      • Sister the Resister

        Yes, but she should swab the area with a strong disinfectant before inserting the spigot.

        • Nounverb911

          Gin?

          • Carpe Vagenda

            Yeah, I kind of assumed she’d passed on to laudunum frappés with fresh mint.

    • ViveLaPersistence

      And black moles that can easily turn malignant. Commenting rules prevent me from saying more.

      • Sardonicuss

        I am finding the commenting rules particularly difficult when it comes to Bannon. Really really difficult.
        …but you know what they say:
        If you can’t wish fiery death from above on somebody…..? I forget the rest…

    • natoslug

      His brain is 107% rabid spiders that secrete gin.

  • PubOption

    Camp of the Saints. David was a saint. Trump expects Camp David to be full of icky browns.

  • natoslug

    Yeah . . . I think I’m going to stick with my latest read “The Better Angels Angels of our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined” as I think it is much less likely to make me punchy like your reading suggestion would.

    • Nasty Candy Apple

      I have had a schoolgirl crush on Pinker since my very first linguistics class.

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    “It looks as if the President just for a moment forgot that he was President,” Hayden continued. “Why didn’t he simply use the powers of the presidency to ask the acting director of national intelligence, the head of the FBI, to confirm or deny the story he apparently read from Breitbart the evening before?”

    Michael Hayden, on Fox & Friends

    • Liberal Fascist Ron

      He probably forgot because he didn’t have throngs of people cheering him. You can understand why.

      • UncleTravelingMatt

        Sure. Being President is mostly about the adulation.

    • Me not sure

      It’s hard to remember that you’re the President when someone else is pulling the strings. Happy Muslim Ban 2.0 Day! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/38702c1d02c2200438dc26cd7a503c7fed1f9859f2b7ee997c52fecc5a6c226c.jpg

    • Shibusa

      That’s a very generous interpretation of events by Hayden.

    • ariel_gee_398

      Lucky bastard is the only person in America able to forget he’s President, even for a minute.

    • Nasty Candy Apple

      He probably did ask them, didn’t like the answer, and took to the Twatter to vent his spleen.

  • Liberal Fascist Ron

    Thanks but no. If I want to read something overtly racist I’ll reread ‘The Horror at Red Hook,’ which is at least literate and enjoyable. HPL had his flaws, but he was a writer, not a propagandist. Usually.

    • Carpe Vagenda

      Or the Lord of the Rings, which completely without context is a good monster story.

  • Ms.MLG on Maui

    I want men like Bannon to know everyone can smell the insecurity and fear on them when they dehumanize groups of people they are terrified they can’t compete with. Everyone knows this is about their own weakness. Sad. Low energy.

    • Anna Rompage

      And here I thought that scent was three days of flop sweat, combined with several quarts of cheap scotch, that nasty tobacco stench you get from hanging in a bar, and the greasy residual of fast food…

    • Shanzgood

      There’s a reason they are terrified and can’t compete: centuries of systemic oppression. They haven’t HAD to compete because they set things up so it’s not necessary for them.

      Those laws and institutions have been largely dismantled over the past century and a half and they haven’t figured out how to adjust to the changes. The only thing they can think to do is turn the clock back the clock. I’m hoping this is their last flailing (failing) grasp at attempting it.

      • Ms.MLG on Maui

        Exactly. And you have to adapt to survive in a changing world. If they can’t, that’s on them.

      • Isaac Heston

        That’s why they worry about whites being a minority in America. Because they know how minorities get treated.

        • Shanzgood

          That’s because they think minorities are going to be as shitty to them as they have been, historically, to minorities. Minoritities and other oppressed groups want equity, not revenge. The privileged don’t understand the difference. That’s why they’re terrified.

          “When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.”

  • Carpe Vagenda
    • RIP.
      I haven’t had a TV for 15 years, but I remember you, Bob.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Oh, damn, his love for classic movies was a tonic.

    • Beowoof14

      Very sad news for us TCM fans.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        He felt like the only one who got my obsession with old Hollywood.

        • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

          Hey, Carpe — wanna talk pre-Codes some day?

          • Carpe Vagenda

            Oh, I am so all over Norma Shearer before she was a virgin…

          • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

            If ever you can’t find a pre-Code you’re jonesing for, lemme know. (No, this isn’t some “The 1st one is free” shit — just one collector with a mission. And if I’m violating W. rules, apologies — not my intention.)

          • Carpe Vagenda

            I have some:)

  • Swampgas_Man

    “Make America White AGAIN”? When was it ever completely white?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      America would not exist if there were ever only white people in it. For example, the Capitol and White House were built with slave labor.

  • JustDon’tSayDieInJail

    Our buddy TLM popped in briefly on the Joe and Mika thread. ProudEuropean or some shit like that. I only saw two lame posts, though.

    • Sister the Resister

      Awwww. How can you even tell? did he talk about splooging again?

      • JustDon’tSayDieInJail

        Led with it. Used the actual words TLM. Kinda like a psycho who wants the cops to know who’s doing it.

  • Shibusa

    Well here’s something that brightened my day:
    https://twitter.com/BraddJaffy/status/838826760418492421

  • Nasty Candy Apple

    I’m blaming the demon scientists at CERN for opening up a parallel universe and forcing us to undergo this stupid of an alternate timeline.

  • resistance_fighter_rosenbomb

    “Everywhere, rivers of sperm”

    LOL, sexually repressed man says what now?

    • Anna Rompage

      Sounds like he found the Bukake & Cream Pie Gangbang tabs over on Porn Hub…

  • jesuswasablack

    Bannon made a comment in his speech to CPAC I found quite telling: “we’re a nation with a culture and a reason for being”! Basically I believe he is saying “white european culture” his entire world view is based on preserving the white majority in this country, puts the border wall and muslim travel ban in focus!
    https://i2.wp.com/www.dailywire.com/sites/default/files/styles/169large/public/uploads/2016/08/alt-right-protesters.jpg

    • Proud Liberal

      That’s exactly how I described it. He is a White Nationalist through and through.

      • jesuswasablack

        I prefer “bigot” shorter and more to the point! His reasons are irrelevant he is a bigot and ignorance is his guide. Plus he’s a wife beater, wow what a guy!

    • Shanzgood

      Re the banner: good. It’s not like whitefolk have done such a bang-up job that they deserve any special snowflake awards or anything.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      The guys in that picture are a strong argument for carrying through with the genocide.

    • Tj McGee Wright

      What is with all this zerosum bullshit. You can still be hicks as long as you want, guys!

  • I find it tremendously amusing that most of the proponents of racial and cultural purity all come from countries that over the past 1500 years have been regularly overrun by invading armies from other places, to the extent that even their original language … isn’t.

  • Thorn Spike

    I refer to Bannon and his ilk as adherents to a failed ideology.

  • Shibusa

    Oh lord. People living in glass houses should not be throwing “compromised governments” stones, Ms. Lyndsey. https://twitter.com/LindseyGrahamSC/status/838816175412871170

  • Robbertjan Brandenburg

    Has this been shared?

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/03/05/is-ronald-reagan-s-vision-for-america-dead.html

    Although I disagree with her comment that America is a rarity in the world, no it’s not America’s constitution is based on the Dutch and the French one and every free country has one and we will look it up when we need it but I thought it’s good to see her taking stand against Trump/Bannon.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      There were Iroquois influences as well, and the basic structure is essentially that of the British Government at the time, well before the Westminster System was devised.

    • Longstreet63

      The French one, I think you’ll find, was more based on ours. Or at least the same influences. Assuming you mean the 1791 constitution there, which was several back, of course.

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        Yeah you are right. I was indeed mainly the Dutch one that influenced the American.

  • Kiri the Paid Protestor

    The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual
    deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers
    of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between
    breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    Boy, Freud much? Does sexual insecurity often accompany racism?

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      Yes.

    • Ms.MLG on Maui

      I think pretty much always.

    • Anna Rompage

      Look at how many of the most vile homophobes in our society actually get caught batting for the same team at some point.

      • Beowoof14

        It’s usually only a matter of time before you find them in a rest area looking for love.

      • Kiri the Paid Protestor

        You’re straight, you don’t understand how embarrassing that is!

    • 1ncredulously

      “cuck”

    • davidhollenshead

      I suspect the author was into man sex.

      • Kiri the Paid Protestor

        …And was very, very worried about that.

  • whitroth

    Y’know, from that summary, The Camp of the Saints’ author has real issues with sex, and desperately wants to get laid by one of those dark-skinned, curry, sorry, curly-headed dudes with huuuuuggggeee dicks….

  • Proud Liberal
    • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

      This made me laugh, bigly. Thanks for kicking my CIS gendered, white male privilege right in the nuts.

    • Up In Smoke O’hontas

      Always an upvote for a Caddyshack reference!

  • azeyote

    i’ve heard tales of dirty filthy white people with small pox and other diseases and horrible practices invaded a perfectly nice continent, killed off almost the entire population, and then polluted the place like every other place they ever went –

    • Ms.MLG on Maui

      And that one’s actually true. It didn’t come from the scared, sad mind of a very insecure man-baby.

  • (((fka_donnie_d)))

    I can never decide if I am relieved or disappointed that I know so little about this alleged human.

  • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

    I swear to Alex Jones’ Nipples, I look at men like Ban’em, the Russian Puppet, Miller and their ilk and just feel a swell of pride in my chest at how these proud white men represent the failures and losers of the white race. Where the fuck else but ‘Murika could these scum be in charge? Makes me want to become a republican, fuck over the poor to make a million and become great again.

  • Up In Smoke O’hontas

    That. Is. Some. SICK. Shit.

    • Juan de Fuca

      I finally figured out what bothers me so much about Bannon and it’s not so much his appearance as it is he just seems like the kind of dude who would like that book.

  • Tj McGee Wright

    Not to put too finer point on it, but this purported so-called “white culture” seems markedly overrated.
    I’ll take a maurading army of ‘anyone else’ over Steve Bannon and co any day of the week!

    • Longstreet63

      Better restaurants for one thing…

    • Anna Rompage

      My sweetie and I had a dinner party with some of of multi racial & multi cultural friends this past weekend, and I must say, it was much more lively and fun than when we hang out with just our white friends.

      No offense…

      • Tj McGee Wright

        They don’t seem to explain why sharing America with lots of different types of people is inherently bad for “the Whites”. You can still have your thanksgiving turkey, write Santa, celebrate the jesus and the bunnies, and still get some chinese takeout the day after without the world imploding.

        The only conclusion is that they see something inherently inferior and corrosive in those “other cultures”, and/or undermining their inherent desire to dominate others. Democracy is about sharing. Heck knows they’re sure stretching that concept with the current administration.

        • unclejeems

          Immigrants are assimilated to American culture after the second or third generation. The only visible difference between “us” and “them” is color. After a few more generations, even that goes away.

    • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

      And they don’t understand that! It’s crazy. My family are all in rural Texas and Oklahoma. I left to go to college and never looked back. On the occasional visit back I get teased about leaving “God’s country” for the city. I always want to laugh at them and tell them about Thai food and theater and museums and the beauty of African or Asian or Latino women and men and hospitals that aren’t Medicaid run or Taoism…but I don’t. I just sit there and smile and eat my fried whatever and creamed corn, dreading the jello with suspended marshmallows in it that is sure to follow. I don’t want them anywhere near our diversity. They’ll just shit on it.

      • shoeflyin

        Good idea, unfortunately my city is becoming popular which seems to mean more conservatives moving in. And then they complain about the non white people that were already here :(.

        • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

          That’s exactly the kind of dumb crap I’ve come to expect from my family too!

      • Ms.Moon

        I could not live in a place without decent curry, it is just not happening. If I have to go anyplace with inferior cuisine I will not be going at all.

        • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

          Curry! I could write a poem…although my new and current favorite is Pho. Just discovered it at a local Vietnamese place and wonder, now, how I ever lived without it.

          • Ms.Moon

            I am West Indian curry is my comfort food.

          • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

            Visiting India is on my bucket list. Meanwhile, until I can go, I have to make do with local curry. Oh, and I’m central Texan. My people’s comfort food is anything fried.

          • Ms.Moon

            Visit the countryside many cities in India are a bit pungent.

          • WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

            When I go I hope to visit both. I have traveled some to developing areas already, just not to India. I’ll put up with pungent to get at the culture and vibrancy….and the food.

        • DT

          This is why I can’t just move to the “cheap” part of the country; I just need my falafel.

  • Suse
    • Suse

      This is total bullshit. Drumpf is getting his revenge on Mr. Khan.

      • davidhollenshead

        Führer Trump is getting his revenge on all of America, because most of us do not adore him.

  • Longstreet63

    Well, you know, historically white people have had a terribly difficult time standing up to the Browns. It took decades to divide up and steal all their countries…

    • Juan de Fuca

      It’s almost like that whole projection thing again…

      • Longstreet63

        I’m not projecting, you are!

        • Juan de Fuca

          You’re the real racialist!

  • Up In Smoke O’hontas
    • davidhollenshead

      My avatar wants to savage your enemy cat.

  • OneYieldRegular

    Will some journalist please ask Sean Spicer about why the President would tolerate one of his chief advisors praising blatantly racist literature? (I mean we already know why, but I still want to hear it asked at a press conference).

    • Anna Rompage

      Last I heard Lying Spice hasn’t been seen for over a week now…

  • Juan de Fuca

    The Indian armada brings “thousands of wretched creatures” whose very bodies arouse disgust: “Scraggy branches, brown and black … All bare, those fleshless Gandhi-arms.” Poor brown children are spoiled fruit “starting to rot, all wormy inside, or turned so you can’t see the mold.”

    The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    Remember back in the halcyon days of last year when we were concerned about Ayn Rand’s influence on GOP leaders? Good times, huh?

    Holeee fuck.

    • How is someone who writes that poor brown children are wormy inside is NOT considered a racist mother fucker?

      • davidhollenshead

        Because the Racist the passes the Racial Purity Standards of BretFart and Daily Stupider.

      • Juan de Fuca

        Agreed. And how is someone who likes a book that says poor brown children are wormy inside not a racist mother fucker?

        ETA: Sorry, coming down from my anger ledge after posting that Babyface song in my other comment.

        ♬When does my someday begin
        When I’ll find someone again
        And what if I still am not truly over
        What am I supposed to do then..♬

        Music soothes the soul. Fuck these assholes.

  • Gayer Than Thou

    “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    So, basically, an Atlantis cruise.

    • Kiri the Paid Protestor

      ♫ Hellooo, sailor! ♫

    • aureolaborealis

      Intent unclear: Is this supposed to be good or bad?

    • Anna Rompage

      I personally thought they were talking about the next Duggar family reunion…

      • TakingAmes

        EW EW EW.

    • Paul

      TL;DR… Any college wrestlers mentioned?

  • Beowoof14

    Damn Bannon always looks like the loon in the local Buffalo gin mill, at the end of the bar with his alcohol fogged brain spewing racist conspiracy theories to anyone at the bar who will listen to his drivel. A Carl Paladino supporter if you will, but now he is in the White House peddling his bullshit to a president who is not bright enough to know that pretty much everything Bannon says is lying bullshit.

  • Bitter Scribe

    Of course a magnificent physical specimen like Bannon has the right to find entire other races of people physically disgusting.

    • Beowoof14

      It took a lot of boilermakers to build that physique and intellect.

      • Hardly Ideal

        “Heh. (upvote) A lot of people who do dirty welding jobs for a living… oh wait, that’s a beer-based cocktail?”

        • TakingAmes

          Yes?

    • davidhollenshead

      Mr. Bannon is such a model European, being drunk most of the time, & a fat slob to boot.

  • goonemeritus

    So I’m guessing Steve doesn’t just read whatever Oprah recommends.

  • Bitter Scribe

    “one of the most famous, popular, and important racialist novels.”

    Man, what is it with these guys adding an extra syllable to “racist”? Do they think that somehow neutralizes the word?

    • LucindathePook

      No so much neutral as positive, I’m a-thinkin’.

    • Unregistered Hijabi Rockstar

      Last time I heard the word “racialist” it was shouted by John Cleese in a Monty Python skit. Then he got hit over the head with a chicken.

    • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

      Having read/watched a lotta stuff from the UK, I was under the impression that racialism was more commonly used in the UK of yore but couldn’t substantiate that. Per the e’er-reputable Wikipedia:

      Racialism is the belief that the human species is naturally divided into races … Most dictionaries define the term racialism as synonymous with racism. … In 1903, W. E. B. Du Bois said that racialism is the philosophical position that races existed, and that collective differences existed among such categories, the races.[citation needed] … [Writer] Kwame Anthony Appiah summarized Du Bois’s philosophical stance that racialism is value-neutral term and that racism is a value-charged term.

  • Jo Mathie

    “racial and cultural purity” When was there such a thing ever? What does “purity” even mean? We all cross over to some extent biologically or culturally. “The Turner Diaries” was stupid enough, we didn’t need a reboot.

    • Tj McGee Wright

      They fantasize about a snapshot in whitebred history, as if the world wasn’t constantly changing then and now. America was pretty different in 1970 and again in 1980, all without massive changes in ethnic demographics. Change is inevitable. Why they’d shit their pants about us all getting “slightly less white” is just completely moronic. Who knows? Maybe we’ll all be better dancers.

    • davidhollenshead

      “racial and cultural purity” means that those of us who are only mostly European are the “Other” and upset the hard core white supremacists the most.
      White supremacists are willing to do all kinds of despicable things, for their “cause”, which makes them as dangerous as the jihadists.

  • Anna Rompage

    Indiana Jones and the Rivers Of Sperm

    Cumming in a theater near you in the fall of 2017…

    • Juan de Fuca

      Ah, the follow-up to The Raiders of the Lost Arse.

  • Fancy Meau-Faux

    The quotes from the book make me think of Norman Spinrad’s “The Iron Dream” from 1972 which was written under the alternate history premise that Adolf Hitler had become a pulp science fiction writer and it was his book. It was meant to be a commentary against that sort of thinking however.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Iron_Dream

  • davidhollenshead

    Death to Führer Trump & his Brownshirt’s “Forth Reich”.
    What they are calling a “white genocide” is basically their Racist Views of Contamination.
    They believe that those of us who are mostly European are also the “Other”.
    They are actually intimidated by the US being a melting pot.
    And they are willing to destroy everything we hold dear about Democracy, for their sick & twisted need for Power & Control.
    If Congress won’t Impeach, I suspect civil war will start before the Drumpen Führer’s first term is over.

  • BreakingDeadMen

    Reads a bit like William Burroughs with the sympathies reversed.

  • Edith Prickly
    • davidhollenshead

      That is completely unfair to Mr, Hut.

      • Pisto75666

        At least Hutt contributed to the economy and employed people!

        • CriticalDragon1177

          Well Bannon employed some idiots at Brietbart.

          • Pisto75666

            Yeah……that’s not the same.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            He paid them didn’t he?

  • Royal Ugly Dude

    This is where the (republican) party ends:
    https://youtu.be/Ow-nuHCTA5E

  • Wingnuts love to find “parallels” to fictional events in novels, like that means anything, but they really hate it when you point out parallels to the actual events during Hitler’s rise to power.

    • davidhollenshead

      Many of them understand that their dear Führer Trump is trying to recreate 1930s Germany without the obvious symbol of the Swastika. Instead of saying “Hiel Hitler” they say ” TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP”……..

  • I say anyone who calls for western racial purity has to have a DNA test.
    Just to see how much not Europe they have floating in them because, guess what, Europe has ALWAYS been a land of waves of conquest.
    Ta da!

    • davidhollenshead

      Botha, who ended Apartheid in South Africa was part Zulu.
      But I’m willing to concede that white supremacists like Mr. Bannon are 100% European, after he clearly looks inbred.

      • You would be surprised how mixed up Euro DNA is. The average person of European stock has some Asian, middle eastern and African playing around inside of them- and some Neandertal too :)

        • davidhollenshead

          Not really, as I’m not exactly 100% European, being 5’11”, 180 lbs and two bus seats wide.
          What surprises me is how even Portland Liberals assume that I must be a dangerous criminal.

        • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

          Bannon looks pretty heavy on the Neanderthal, although they would have been insulted by the comparison.

        • hendenburg2

          I mean, that’s not really how it works… There really aren’t a lot of genes that are exclusive to a population. Most of those “DNA ancestry” tests are based around a small handful of genetic markers that are (and this word is important) “most common” in certain regions.

          On the other hand, just because you might be of a certain heritage doesn’t mean you possess those genetic markers. You don’t actually get 25% of your genome from each one of your grandparents, thanks to chromosomal crossover (you might get 20% from your paternal grandmother and 30% from your paternal grandfather, for example).

    • The Flaming Carrot

      It probably won’t work. I once tried to argue with some Aryan Brotherhood asshole that the Y-DNA haplogroup of most Germanic peoples was more closely related to a Y-DNA haplogroup from India and the Middle East than to the rest of Europe. (I used Y-DNA because most of them are also male-supremacists). He predictably called me a bunch of politically-charged epithets and said the studies were faked. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ca/World_Map_of_Y-DNA_Haplogroups.png

      • TrixieB (formerly Grrrr…)

        Oh, I love me them selective-science-ists! “I trust science enough to drive a car, travel over a bridge, use a microwave, etc. — but I will NOT accept any science that threatens my hate-filled worldview!”

        • The Flaming Carrot

          They use big words, but they sound like they’re talking out of an Aryan-power phrasebook. Actually, the linguistic structure of this particular guy’s posts reminded me of Ted Kaczinski’s Unabomber Manifesto.

  • osceola

    I don’t know about back then, but Linda Chavez is a Townhall columnist and is an advocate for immigrants who favors a “pathway to citizenship” for some who are already here. She catches a shit-ton of abuse in her comments section from outright racists.

    One idiot told her to “go back where you came from,” not knowing her family has lived in NEW Mexico for several generations, before it became US territory.

    • davidhollenshead

      Understood.
      My sister was told to go back to Mexico when she lived in Texas, because we are partly First Peoples. WTF ???

      • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

        That’s a neat trick in’t? To tell people to go back to Mexico when their ancestors lived here when it WAS Mexico.

        • wavicles

          “But, mmph, , but the… , aww hell, BROWN!!, that’s what!!”

  • IdRatherBeDancing

    “Never found sex to be a sin” — eh hmmmm — I think we have the source of our “problem” shall we say.

  • PrideInEuropeanWest

    Bannon is not a racist, unlike Barack Hussein Obama.

    • davidhollenshead

      WTF ???
      Your dear Führer Trump & his loyal Brownshirt Mr. Bannon have their pictures in the Encyclopedia under the definition of closet white supremacists.

      • PrideInEuropeanWest

        Nope.

        • Bitter Scribe

          48 comments, 36 votes, no surprise.

        • davidhollenshead

          Your dear Führer Trump is a white supremacist like his KKK member daddy.

        • Jennifer R

          Drunk, stupid, and racist is no way to go through life son.

    • Tj McGee Wright

      Don’t go slipping any hip disc while your busy goose marching, now.
      We’d all be super sad at that.

    • GodEmperorCaptainHowdy

      You are just like your Führer: a failing piece of garbage. Blocked.

    • doktorzoom

      Well YOU’RE a special kind of stupid, now aren’t you. And worse, you’ve wasted my time by making me ban you but also not even being interesting enough for next week’s Dear Shitferbrains.

      — Dok Zoom, Yr Friendly Neighborhood Comments Moderator

  • Ωbjectifier

    “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    I know that writing style, it’s Turgid Love Muscle!

    • davidhollenshead

      Sounds like the author was into man sex, doesn’t it ????

    • Lance Thrustwell

      HAWT

  • An Outhouse for the Resistance

    “Thousands” overrun the millions already living in Europe. Yep, that makes sense.

    • GodEmperorCaptainHowdy

      They breed faster, you know.

      • TakingAmes

        Well, with the rivers of sperm and all…

    • Sakonyachen

      “Thousands of inferiors” which makes it more ridiculous and awful at the same time.

  • Michael Loraine

    I like fantasy fiction, too! But you need some elves, dwarves, hobbits, Jedi, Wookies, Nazgul, Sith, and stuff in there. You know, something to make it believable and interesting!

    The “rivers of sperm” thing is just kind of, eeewwww. Different kind of fantasy, I guess.

  • chapka

    We need a regular Wonkette Racist Book Club feature. There’s this, there’s Turner Diaries, there’s The Clansman (the book Birth of a Nation was based on). Tintin in the Congo. I’m sure there are many others.

    • Jennifer R

      The Mickey Mouse goes to Africa one. There was a really old one (40s?) where Mickey was a dope feind and Goofy and Donald have to get him off it.

  • Spudger

    So here I am, chowing down on this nice wrap I picked up for lunch. Decent, kind of a Mexican chicken caesar salad meets a burrito type situation. It’s allright, though the chicken is a tad under seasoned and it could use more of the chipotle sour cream.

    Well, it was, I mean. I’ve had to set it down because HOLY EFFBALLS that’s some vile writing. Like, enough to make *me* put down my lunch, and I can eat anything in nearly any situation. I would totally be that guy eating chips in the back of a med student group during an autopsy demo. But this… jesus.

    • Scrofula

      (Technically it was a Mexican named Cesar that invented that salad).
      And be glad you didn’t get extra sour cream.

      • GodEmperorCaptainHowdy

        So it’s really César salad?

        • Scrofula

          Yup. Oh, wait, I checked Wikipedia because Wonkette demands citation.
          They say that yeah, he was in Tijuana when he invented it, but he was actually Italian, so the name really is Caesar Cardini.
          Well, I was close.

          • handyhippie65

            see, even the non-commenters of the wonkette research what they write. fake news indeed.

  • Steve Bastaard looks like a fat, digustingly-nasty, sickening Slug that might leave a pungent, buttermilky, slimy, racist, greasy smear as you step on it.

    -_-

  • The Flaming Carrot

    Surf Nazis must die (with votes)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8LV1S2q2GA

  • CriticalDragon1177

    Bannon is beyond sick.

  • Bren

    Rivers of sperm, now where have I heard that before? “There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.”

    Oh! sorry, there’s me mixing up up the racist books again. I quoted the Buybell. It’s lucky for me that comments aren’t allowed and this won’t appear to make me look silly.

    • Andy_Kreiss

      I keep hearing Andy Williams singing Sperm River.

      • Popcorn_muncher

        Great. Now I have that as an earworm.

        • Andy_Kreiss

          Now I have it again.

          • Popcorn_muncher

            LOL

          • Andy_Kreiss

            Dammit. Now it’s back!

          • Popcorn_muncher

            The sperm is just a swim away, a swim away, a swim away…….
            In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps to niiiiiiiight………
            Better?

    • Bongstar420

      They were jealous of me in the bible. LOL

  • Holly

    Bannon’s a racist who reads racist writing while spouting racist words from his racist piehole while writing racist words in his racist publication Dead Breitbart to perpetuate hateful racist beliefs to his idiot racist believers. He’s a fuckin’ Nazi.

    • GodEmperorCaptainHowdy

      No, some guy on the Los Angeles Times opinion page the other day says he’s a nice guy.

      • Serai 1

        I’m always amazed by the idiots who can say “but he’s a nice guy” about shitstains like Bannon. Fuckin’ hell. Being a “nice guy” is ONE OF THEIR TACTICS. What, sociopaths can’t be “nice”? They’re better at it than most saints are! Being “nice” is no guarantee of anything other than the ability to force people to like you. That’s not desirable, that’s fucking DANGEROUS. How can they be so stupid as to be sucked in by a lunatic like that?

        • mfp

          some of the most likeable and charming people i’ve known were flat-out, void-of-empathy sociopaths (one being an ex)–likeable and charming until their needs were fulfilled and your use to them was done, however long or short a time that took

          anytime that ‘nice guy’ tag is applied to an asshole like bannon, just think ‘ted bundy’ or ‘john wayne gacy’–likeable and charming to the end, even as the bodies were piling up

        • mailman27

          Hitler had a dog and a girl friend! (Godwin is no longer a valid constraint.)

    • Bongstar420

      The thing he spouts words out of is his shit hole. He happens to put food and alcohol into it as well….maybe a fat black cock or two. I’m not sure

  • hanadora444

    One of the president’s MAJOR advisers is a guy who enjoys read a book about people who, among other dreadful things, literally eat shit. Sadly enough, nobody’s very surprised.

    • GodEmperorCaptainHowdy

      One of the president’s MAJOR advisers is a guy whose employer literally eats shit. Come on, we know this.

      • Bongstar420

        Is that why he looks so unhealthy? I thought it was from a bad diet and alcoholism

    • doktorzoom

      But the shit-eater is the bad guy!

      • hanadora444

        Someone who Bannon thinks is a bad guy is probably a good guy. And vice versa. With the emphasis on the vice.

        • Bongstar420

          bannon probably thinks Darth Vader is a role model.

          • You’re not wrong.

            “Darkness is good,” says Bannon, who amid the suits surrounding him at Trump Tower, looks like a graduate student in his T-shirt, open button-down and tatty blue blazer — albeit a 62-year-old graduate student. “Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That’s power. It only helps us when they” — I believe by “they” he means liberals and the media, already promoting calls for his ouster — “get it wrong. When they’re blind to who we are and what we’re doing.”

            Sweet mother of Christ this is an actual quote.

  • sewollef

    I’ve not been here in a while, but poking my nose around I read this piece by the Dok.

    I’ve heard of the book Bannon keeps referencing, but of course would never pick it up. So thanks for the extracts. If Bannon was on fire across the street from me, I know I wouldn’t walk across to piss on him.

    Look, I’ve been a socialist activist in Europe and now the US for longer than I care to remember, but am I allowed to still be shocked by content such as this that finds an audience?

    This is a different discussion for a different place, but I believe the left has failed in so many ways, and I include myself in that. From Brexit in the UK, Le Pen in France, Geert Wilders in The Netherlands, to Jörg Haider in Austria and Trump here in the US.

    Boy have we fucked up.

    • Serai 1

      Yeah, blame the idiocy and evil of the right wing on us. That’s real constructive there, guy.

      • mfp

        sewollef could have detailed the idea, but if he/she doesnt mind, i’ll try to expand on it briefly, trying not to put words in his/her mouth…

        basically– we could have maybe worked just a teensy-widdle bit harder over the yrs to Not Let This Fucking Disaster Happen

        • Bongstar420

          I thought it was clear that the past sucked. I think people are just sado masochists

      • Bongstar420

        Its a decent counter intelligence program being ran on us.

        God knows why we are responsible for the being giant faulty douchenozzles. People just aren’t awake to the fact at large yet. It takes time. We were beaten into submission for thousands of years. Its only been 100 years of half way from that.

  • Kerlyssa

    holeee shit that is foul

  • Christopher Boscarino

    I’d read it to understand the alt-right better only if I can get it shipped in a plain, nondescript box and covered in plain brown paper. But I’ll bet it already gets shipped that way, like porn and sex toys.

    • doktorzoom

      If you want to read it, there are lots of .pdf and other e-versions of it out there on the webz, because, like The Turner Diaries the white nationalists think it’s a very important message that needs to be spread, and maybe because they worry the mean old liberals will seize and destroy all the print copies

      • dshwa

        I wouldn’t want my digital fingerprints on it any more than my actual fingerprints on a hard copy.

  • Serai 1

    Ugh. Why are all racists such icky perverts? That is some GROSS stuff they imagine for themselves.

  • Wookie Monster

    Is anyone as surprised as I am that Bannon has read a book?

    • Mike Steele

      He made bad movies, too, but then got very rich by owning a piece of ‘Seinfeld’. Go figure…

  • What exactly is white culture? I never know what people are talking about when they say that. Like, if you said something about Irish culture or Swedish culture or whatever, I would have at least a vague idea of what you were talking about, and I would probably picture mostly white people. But *white* culture is like… what? The Klan?

    And certainly American culture can’t be considered white. Americans have stolen some of our best stuff from POC in other countries.

    • Sakonyachen

      We stole a lot of it from POC in this one too.

      • No doubt. I was figuring that the POC in this country are Americans, too, though. Not saying that it’s OK for white people to steal their culture, but the cultures of Americans of color are American cultures too, KWIM?

    • HazooToo

      Our culture is mayo, pop music, racism, and fucking things up while trying to apologize for racism. Oh, and lots of sunscreen.

      • willi0000000

        you forgot American aerosol cheese food product.

        • HazooToo

          OOH! Yes! I love me some Easy Cheez!

          • handyhippie65

            squeezy cheez onna triscut is white trash caviar. mebbe a sprinkle of bacon bits if yer felling uppity.

          • HazooToo

            Woo, look who’s so fancy with putting their cheez ON something, instead of directly squirting it in their mouth, like a REAL AMERICAN!

      • Well, fuck, no wonder we appropriate stuff from other people’s cultures, then. Ours sucks.

  • manndan

    The last time that wingnuts read a book it was something called The Turner Diaries and we got the OKC bombing.

  • HorseChestnut

    Can someone explain to me what “white culture” is? Because as far as I can tell, the only thing that makes a group “white” is their ability to step on everyone non-“white.” There’s nothing worth saving there.

    • ImGoingBacon

      ^^THIS^^ To me, Western Culture is an amalgamation of other cultures and societies. I am not sure what makes up this culture, except tea and scones at a cricket match. American culture looks the same as if Phil Heath took a blender to a protein powder mix.

      • Bongstar420

        The cosmopolitanism of America is part of what makes us awesome

    • Bongstar420

      Well, there are a few dozen in Europe..Which they hate as hippy liberals.

      Other than that, its not a thing. Culture is about geography much more than race

      • HorseChestnut

        Right, exactly. There’s Celtic, Prussian, British, Swedish… there is not “white.”

  • Mike Steele

    D.C. Exterminator/fumigator entrepreneurs will become ‘the millionaires next door’ when this crowd leaves town.

  • mailman27

    So, will all this be over before, like, Easter? Did anybody “vet” anybody? Did they even vet themselves? This is the gang that couldn’t even shoot a load!!

  • Nephilim

    Trump never had any intention of helping Americans, and he reveals that each and every day he pollutes the White House with his white supremacist administration.

    • Bongstar420

      They are polluting much more than the White House.

  • David Chaillou

    France, “the land of milk and honey”. Well, at least he got that part right.

  • guppy06

    The ship’s inhabitants are also sexual deviants who turn the voyage into a grotesque orgy. “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    And yet it’s the hero that’s named “Caligula?”

  • Raqueltlowe

    Google is paying 97$ per hour! Work for few hours & have longer with friends and family! !dl274c:
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    • Mahousu

      $8752? That won’t pay for the repairs on an average Range Rover, let alone the car itself.

      • Bongstar420

        George Soros pays better to make comments and walk around with signs

      • FreddieFree

        Pssst, $97 per hour is $16,813 a month. You can’t even get the math of your grift right.

  • James Lamere

    “Sperm River , wider than a mile ” .

    • Sarah E. Grove

      Sung to the tune of “Moon River?”

    • Bongstar420

      Must be spring time out on the coral reefs

  • UnsaltedSinner

    “Everywhere, rivers of sperm,” Raspail writes. “Streaming over bodies, oozing between breasts, and buttocks, and thighs, and lips, and fingers.”

    I never get invited to that kind of parties. Slightly bitter about that.

  • badtonto

    Hey!…the whole premise of this novel makes perfect sense to me? Remember hearing stories about all those lascivious nazi death camp survivors who were constantly getting it on, humping everything in sight and having a grand old time?

    • Bongstar420

      Who wouldn’t? That is such a kinky place. It would be hard not to

  • Laura911

    I am going to start a GoFundMe account to buy a Groupon for Steve Bannon to see a dentist.

    • Bongstar420

      It might be better to aim at his liver. He looks pale from a poorly functioning liver

  • Bunya

    Now, let’s not hastily judge Bannon on what him says. Just look at him. He looks sh*t faced. He was probably three sheets to the wind when he said those things.

    • Bongstar420

      Come on. I could be 10 sheets to the wind and would never even come close to that

  • William
    • LucindathePook

      Apparently beer didn’t work.

  • Lark_in_the_AM

    How can you make something “white again” that was never white in the first place?

    • Bongstar420

      Sodium hypochlorite or hydrogen peroxide might work

  • CamasBlues

    Raspail apparently has a bukkake fetish – before bukkake was even a thing! (What’s funny is that Asian Indians are, in the main, pretty sexually conservative. Such bizarre orgies would not be a cultural norm).

    Also, dear white conservatives of the USA, why do you assume Turtle Island is for whites only? We red folk have lived here for millennia before you, and we will be here after you have utterly destroyed yourselves through your own stupidity and greed.

    • Bongstar420

      manifest destiny?

  • Bongstar420

    OMG. I said spicer wore his flag pin upside down because the illegal coloreds were ruining the country just earlier today

    Its like I am psychic

  • Actually I am shocked, Doktor Zoom. I thought Bannon’s favorite piece of literature would be a coloring book (with no brown crayons, please!)

  • FreddieFree

    Look at that Whiskey nose. Look at those teeth. Look,at that haircut. Look at that unkempt cheek. Look away. Look quickly away. Don’t stare a deplorable in the bloodshot eyes.

  • Pssst, Wanna Read Something REALLY Racist?

    But I’ve already read the Hannity transcripts.

  • Judy Kay Craft

    I read Camp of the Saints when it was first translated, it was horrifying. And in places inadvertently silly. A libertarian friend insisted I read it, the surprise is that our friendship survived my telling him the book gave me nightmares. And that it was horible

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