We Need A Politically Incorrect Political Party

We being the Resistance.

The Republican Party deserves to go the way of the Whigs.

“Conservativism” as a political philosophy has been rejected.

What now?

Meme Warfare, ideological warfare, irregular information operations, pamphleteering, samizdat, hactivism, civil disobedience, distributed resistance, rejection, and denial of legitimacy. Offense, not defense. Initiative, not reaction. Aikido, not boxing.

My coalition of entrepreneurial frontiersmen, Cultural Revolutionaries, American Exceptionalists, libertarians, people who want to be left the hell alone, Gulchers, Constitutionalists, Appleseeds, bitter clingers, Christians, and Patriots, plus whiskey’s blue collar men, married women, suburban marrieds, small business owners, independent professionals, and others out of the endless PC-status game and status wars would be a helluva herd of cats.

Individualists are always at a disadvantage when opposing collectivists. We who refuse assimulation must hang together, or we will most assuredly go to the guillotines in the FEMA camps separately.

Update 20091103: Comments from TBC’s The Armies of the Right post

10. Promethea:
If the U.S. gets a new party (which I’m not necessarily recommending), maybe the name should be the Constitutional party. Or maybe the Small Government party.
Nov 2, 2009 – 10:13 pm

55. seanmahair: It’s time for a new party, the “Liberty Party” or the “Common Sense Party” or the “Reality Party”. Of course the last one would get picked up by NBC as a new reality show and then it will be almost as useless as “The Bachelor”.
Nov 3, 2009 – 6:48 am

59. anton: What we need is a party of Constitutional Centerists.
Nov 3, 2009 – 7:15 am



Filed under Idea War, Resisters

33 responses to “We Need A Politically Incorrect Political Party

  1. hoosierarmymom

    I like that idea… being able to “call a spade a spade without being called a racist”… that would be novel!!!

  2. Oh, we’d be called racists, just not by other Politically Incorrect folks.

    Charges of racism, sexism and homophobia only shut us up when we take them seriously. Refusing to take these clowns as seriously as they take themselves is an act of resistance in itself.

  3. hoosierarmymom

    Believe me Cannoneer, I have been called everything in the book by the moonbats and am proud!!! Makes me feel like I have arrived in the “sane zone” everytime they do it! 🙂

  4. c4toyourdoornobeefnomore

    I liked the “Grey Man” concept linked from the Ya Basta blog.

    There’s just too much good reading on the net and unfortunately there’s not enough time to read it all. I find a good blog like yours, then start going through your blogroll and find several others to add to my already long list of daily reads. 🙂

    Hey Cannoneer, a commenter at BC was talking about buying weapons,etc and a fellow poster told the individual that acquiring ammo was, or was going to be, the big issue. Can you or anyone else confirm that?

  5. Cannoneer No. 4

    Cutting off the ammo supply has always been the gun controllers wet dream. Now the environmentalist whackos want to ban lead bullets. The gun controllers want taggants added to the powder and serial numbers on each case and bullet.

    Their objective is to make it an expensive hassle to buy or reload ammo. Lots of sheeple who might bleat over gun bans won’t notice onerous restrictions on ammo they don’t use.

    At the gun show I went to today, ammo was moving by the crate.

    People are preparing for war.

  6. suek

    >>Now the environmentalist whackos want to ban lead bullets.>>

    Heh. Well, there’s no doubt that that particular type of lead can be hazardous to your health!

    Found this site recently. Very interesting.


    >>People are preparing for war.>>

    I’ve asked before and ask again – where will the military be? Where will the police be? I read an article just today (sorry – don’t have a link) which basically said that the police will be the government’s army. I don’t know – many of them are ex-military and know what the Constitution is and what is means.

  7. suek

    Just ran across this. I hadn’t seen it before…


  8. This Republic will be allowed to die before a military junta overthrows the idiots the electorate voted for. A military dictatorship isn’t much of a Republic, either.

    Where will the military be in your contingency plan?

    Plan for the worst-case scenario. Be pleasantly surprised if things didn’t turn out so bad after all.

    Maybe it was my blog roll you found the Western Rifle Shooters Association on.

    I list them as Resisters.

  9. suek

    Good article today.


    No – not on your blogroll – in fact, I looked and didn’t find it there. You have several divisions, though – I may have overlooked it.

    What do I think the role of the military would be? I’m not sure. At the very least, maybe just walking away. The military could overthrow the government and act as placeholders while new elections would be held. As you say, that would be fraught with the danger of a military dictatorship – if for no other reason than the personality type required for this action. But if the military refused to obey orders on the basis that they were unconstitutional and simply remained inert? As one of the presidents once said about a Supreme Court decision (Jackson, I think?) “He’s made his decision – now let him enforce it” In other words, just like Obama’s high and mighty “Our standards are the highest ever set” are some much hot air unless he observes them, the Congress can make all the laws they want, the president can issue all the executive orders he wants, but if no one enforces them, they’re just words.

    I recall stories told about the Depression where farmers at Sheriff’s sales would simply refuse to bid on a neighbor’s farm so that the price would be low enough for the farmer himself to buy back his farm. There are different kinds of resistance.

  10. suek

    By the way – speaking of blogrolls…

    Wolf Howling seems to have gone out of business or at least completely dormant. He used to be one of my regulars. He did respond to a comment by saying that the problem was computer related, but his last post was October 16… That’s a _long_ time ago for a computer related disaster.

    I hope he’s in good health.

  11. Just walking away is desertion.


    (a) Any member of the armed forces who–

    (1) without authority goes or remains absent from his unit, organization, or place of duty with intent to remain away therefrom permanently;

    (2) quits his unit, organization, or place of duty with intent to avoid hazardous duty or to shirk important service; or

    (3) without being regularly separated from one of the armed forces enlists or accepts an appointment in the same or another on of the armed forces without fully disclosing the fact that he has not been regularly separated, or enters any foreign armed service except when authorized by the United States; is guilty of desertion.

    (b) Any commissioned officer of the armed forces who, after tender of his resignation and before notice of its acceptance, quits his post or proper duties without leave and with intent to remain away therefrom permanently is guilty of desertion.

    (c) Any person found guilty of desertion or attempt to desert shall be punished, if the offense is committed in time of war, by death or such other punishment as a court-martial may direct, but if the desertion or attempt to desert occurs at any other time, by such punishment, other than death, as a court-martial may direct.


    (a) Any person subject to this chapter who–

    (1) with intent to usurp or override lawful military authority, refuses, in concert with any other person, to obey orders or otherwise do his duty or creates any violence or disturbance is guilty of mutiny;

    (2) with intent to cause the overthrow or destruction of lawful civil authority, creates, in concert with any other person, revolt, violence, or disturbance against that authority is guilty of sedition;

    (3) fails to do his utmost to prevent and suppress a mutiny or sedition being committed in his presence, or fails to take all reasonable means to inform his superior commissioned officer or commanding officer of a mutiny or sedition which he knows or has reason to believe is taking place, is guilty of a failure to suppress or report a mutiny or sedition.

    (b) A person who is found guilty of attempted mutiny, mutiny, sedition, or failure to suppress or report a mutiny or sedition shall be punished by death or such other punishment as a court- martial may direct.

  12. suek

    >>lawful military authority>>

    This could be a major issue..

  13. suek

    Given all the above quotes of regulations and restrictions…how is a military man supposed to defend the Constitution from domestic enemies as he is sworn to do?

  14. Military men can only defend the Constitution from the domestic enemies their civilian masters sic ’em on.

    If the domestic enemies become their masters, we’re screwed.

    Which we are. Well and truly.

    Much as you would like to think that our military is going to rescue us, suek, they won’t. Those who would have been inclined to will have bailed by then, leaving those who will have little problem running their Combat Engineer Vehicles in to our homes, which they will believe are seditionist compounds.

  15. suek

    >>Much as you would like to think that our military is going to rescue us, suek, they won’t. >>

    I understand that, C4, and though in some ways I’d like it to happen, I appreciate the problems. I think what I’m hoping for is simply that they won’t be actively supporting the domestic enemies who have become our masters. I really do think of it as a huge question mark. And it’s your last statement about “those who are so inclined” that truly gives me pause.

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  17. Grimmy

    I tend toward predicting active military components to be limited to standard issue “disaster relief” type duties in the case of open civil bloodletting between those who wish this country destroyed, and those who stand against such.

    The real wild card will be the millions of former military who are no longer bound by the UCMJ. If enough of them decide to interpret their oath to be matter of honor, binding beyond their term of service, then the cultural destroyers may get the kind of wake up slap that ends with themselves in a ditch.

  18. Hey Grimmy. Did your computer break? LTNS.

    In the case of open civil bloodletting between those who wish this country destroyed, remade, reinvented, and changed and those who stand against such, the active duty military components will take the side chosen for them by the chain of command.

    As for former military working themselves up for a great cleansing of the wicked, you can bet the most bellicose such drunk at the VFW is the FBI informant.

  19. Grimmy

    I tend to disagree with you on the US military.

    Our soldiers are, first and foremost, US citizens.

    Sure there are some who make it up the chain o’ command due to their facility as bureaucrats who devote themselves to ensuring that all reports are produced correctly and on time and pride themselves on following orders regardless of what the orders say.

    And sure there are some who are devotedly anti-political and see all politics of any sort to be a game played exclusively by skanks, liars, thieves and douche bags.

    And sure there are some astroturfs in the mix who joined up expressly to provide themselves credibility as they attack the military from the inside.

    But most are serious patriots who know what’s going on and have their heads up and eyes open.

    The US military is just about the only national organization that I find worthy of any trust and respect these days. It aint perfect, but it is the best that has ever been.

    Btw, what does LTNS mean?

    • Long Time No See.
      IMHO, based on my observations in Anbar and Kandahar, a great many of our young Soldiers and Marines are first and foremost Soldiers and Marines. A lot of the non-traditional, older recruits that came in after 9/11 have served honorably and well and returned to civilian life by now.

      The military is the only island of competence in the fedgov. I don’t question their patriotism at all. They will do their duty, as God gives them light to see that duty. I would expect those who cannot abide what their chain of command demands of them to get out as soon as they can, but until they can leave I would expect them to perform the duties assigned to them as professionals. A larger percentage than you or I will be comfortable admitting will abide what their chain of command requires of them, some enthusiastically. Mission refusal, mutiny, sedition, coups d’etat and military juntas are Banana Republic bullshit. Any Republic “saved” by such means is no Republic at all.

      The civilians got what they voted for. Let them lie in it. Let them suffer severely for their inattentiveness and gullibility. Let the survivors resolve “Never Again.”

  20. Grimmy

    I do not suspect that if push came to shove and everything went sideways, that there would be issues of large scale mutiny. I do suspect that some would choose brig over breaking faith with their views of right and wrong, but not large scale in that either.

    I do, though, suspect that the various command elements would know that there are some lines that are just not to be crossed and if the warnings were ignored, there’d be much dragging of feet, misplacement of orders, slow downs, and all the other methods that soldiers use when they go about refusing to obey without voicing their refusal openly.

    And, if that ended up as being the case, then I also suspect that someone with half a clue would step up on the politico side and call it all to a halt for fear of losing the military completely.

    I do also believe you may be ignoring the real and true resentment that has been brewing up among those who have been serving since 9/11 against all those domestic e who worked so hard to force them into defeat.

    • There will be plenty of up and coming Perfumed Princes eager to leak any dragging of feet, misplacement of orders, slow downs, and all the other methods to the New York Times. There will be a Waffen-Zivile Kraft der Nationalen Sicherheit Armed Civilian National Security Force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded, waiting in the wings for just such an opportunity.

  21. Grimmy

    Only if we sit on our hands and let em.

  22. We sat on our hands and let the current regime come to power. 38 years from now President-For-Life Mugama is 85 and you and I are dead.

  23. Grimmy

    It’s not a real safe bet to assume that the current trend toward erosion will continue without eliciting a violent reaction.

    The problem, currently, is reasonable folk. Reasonable folk wait too long before reaching the “enough is too much” break point. But when they do get fed up, there’s no more reasonableness in them in how the problem gets dealt with.

    All such situations have a set amount of elasticity to them. Once that elasticity is played out, it’s all about the lash-back.

    I have zero doubt that the issues currently plaguing us will be dealt with. The only reason I do all my fussing and hollering on the interwebs and when face to face with folk is because I’d rather see people wake the **** up and get mean while mean is still and option. Otherwise, it’s all about putting the mean off until there’s nothing remaining but mean.

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  25. Seen this Grimmy? Follow-up: Iowa National Guard Weapons Confiscation Drills

    It ain’t just the IAARNG. Most will do what they’re told, because of what they’ve been told about the people they’re doing it to. Pointing out to the troops that their chain of command has fed them erroneous, inaccurate bullshit about the officially designated domestic enemies when the internet is under government control, talk radio is Fairness Doctrined to death, and the Main Stream Media formally rejects any pretense of objectivity and officially assumes the role of DNC agitprop/Perception Management/Strategic Communications apparat will be difficult and hazardous.

    It’s dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.

  26. “…38 years from now President-For-Life Mugama…”

    Given how things are working out, I think Obama is more worried about getting a second term even.

    • You assume that:
      – the 2012 election will actually be held
      – 2010 Census won’t result in permanently gerrymandered uncontestable Democrat districts
      – Mexicans won’t be naturalized and registered to vote

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