“much further advanced than anything we’ve seen”
Posted by James Bowery on Sunday, August 25, 2013 at 03:17 PM
According to the SPLC‘s Mark Potok, “This is much further advanced than anything we’ve seen.”
What was he talking about?
Craig Cobb just called me up to tell me he was fired Thursday from his North Dakota job that he got as part of the oil boom up there. He basically wanted get white nationalists to move to a town with population of 19 and got a number of “names” like Metzger to accept title to one lot each in the town. (Of course, the press is all over this as “supremacist” since if you are pauperized and move to a part of the country few people want to live in and buy property no one wants in a virtual ghost town—you are a clear and present danger to the people of the world.) No one actually moved there except Cobb since he started promoting the idea privately nearly two years ago, but for some reason a media frenzy erupted last week as can be seen in the google news stories:
Two days before the first news stories appeared, the SPLC sent a guy up to interview people in the town—which is probably the the origin of this news cascade. Its unclear why the SPLC was motivated to take this action now since it has been known for about a year what Cobb was promoting up in Leith, ND. Maybe its nothing more than that the SPLC is having trouble finding stories.
In any event, a couple of things are particularly interesting:
1) The media mobilization is probably a lot more expensive than the expense incurred by Cobb to trigger the frenzy. In this respect it is rather like asymmetric warfare.
2) When he got fired, he immediately became a hero to the work crew he was a part of—even though he never talked politics on the job. The firing was done on orders from headquarters—not from the field management.
This sort of thing is probably seen by working class whites for what it is:
Another in a long term war waged against the nation of settlers that founded the United States—a nation that is, at the moment, applying its frontier skills in rendering the US more energy independent. As much as the nation of immigrants would like to mop up and discard the remains of the nation of settlers—so the civilization built by the settlers can be seized—there are still these trouble-spots where you really do need to get real work done to support the economy.
However if Cobb’s pathetic attempt to create a refuge “is much further advanced than anything” the SPLC, with its hundreds of millions of dollars in research resources, has seen, it doesn’t bode well for the nation of settlers. On the other hand, perhaps the SPLC et al are aware, instinctively somewhere deep in the recesses of their primitive brain structures, of Machiavelli’s rule—that there is real reason to fear that if the oppression of the nation of settlers is in the least bit lessened, all hell will break loose: