Sunday, July 29, 2018

Sam Francis Foresaw the Rise of Donald Trump

Via Brady

"Is there anything that can be done to cure the incessant self-destructiveness of the Right or remove the causes of its own suicidal tendencies?

Probably not, as long as the "Right" insists on defining itself in terms of social and historical forces that have already lost. The only thing it can do is try to grasp the truth that those forces have lost and that what they represented cannot be restored and, instead of presenting itself as the champion of lost causes, to align itself with new forces able to challenge the established order and to do so in terms that will neither be co-opted by the new regime nor deflected by the phantoms of the old

Once in a while such a movement appears, but invariably it only excites the wrath of the "Right." It is too "populist," it appeals to Mass Man, it is too "statist," it is too "radical," or it deviates from the ideological orthodoxy of the Right in some other arcane way.

Sooner or later, such a movement is either captured by its allies on the Right and simply becomes one more phone booth into which all the malcontents and oddwads try to cram themselves, or else it ignores them, wishes them a good day, and proceeds to make a little history all by itself, on its own terms and for its own purposes. But, of course, when the movement does the latter, it ceases to belong to the "Right" at all and actually begins to evolve into one of history's winners."

-Sam Francis, “Principalities and Powers,” Chronicles, November 1998


Anonymous said...

yeah, we have already lost...all we can hope for is a catastrophic economic collapse, the bankruptcy of america...only then can some several states become autonomous

Anonymous said...

Listen and adhere to the words of Jabotinsky:

“'We constantly and very loudly apologize… Instead of turning our backs to the accusers, as there is nothing to apologize for, and nobody to apologize to, we swear again and again that it is not our fault… Isn’t it long overdue to respond to all these and all future accusations, reproaches, suspicions, slanders and denunciations by simply folding our arms and loudly, clearly, coldly and calmly answer with the only argument that is understandable and accessible to this public: ‘Go to Hell!’"

Anonymous said...

There was a story on Zerohedge from a well known economist-type,Martin Armstrong,accusing CNN of fostering a civil war.I didn't put the link on to that story,but he mentioned a joke pic going around--CNN 's interpretation of Hillary having trouble walking up some stairs,2 years ago.Here is that link:
GRA:It's all in the eye of... (but if you view it like Wolf Blitzer and CNN,better get a physical and mental evaluation-- fast).
--GR Anonymous