October 26, 2020 | by Eriс

Woke Slang, Lingo of the Racist Revolution

This subject is simple and difficult to us at the same time. It is found everywhere these days – on the social networks, in mass media, dictionaries, on TV channels and within academic publications. But when one is not part of these emerging ‘woke masses’, it’s hard to see why it got a foothold in the society, which it’s not about to give up. We are not the experts or devotees of the new emerging reality supported by the new lingo. On the contrary, we are dead set against it and everything its stands for. There is so much more to it than new words and phrases.

Before moving further, we wish to post this disclaimer: we are consciously trying to offend individuals who define themselves as woke and trying to become ‘enlightened’. They are the conduits of the racist and political revolt in this country.

You are witnessing the early stages of the cancerous spread being unleashed upon the American society. We, much like the rest of America, missed the beginning of it. But now have a theory on how it all developed, though you can draw your own conclusions. At the start it was political correctness. Then social justice quests brought about angry mobs who felt they must drown their opponents in loud arguments and have them removed from the public eye. Both came with their own terminology. Both galvanized the groups of people who strongly felt they were wronged. The social networks provided the nutrients and protection; a Petri dish comes to mind. Factions grew in sizes and influences. The people who bought into that were not stupid; they were using all of it to their advantage, oftentimes political.

But it was happening to someone else, elsewhere. So who cares?


October 18, 2020 | by Eriс

Being white is a verdict

Being white is a serious mental disease that needs to be cured. At least this is what the University of Minnesota tells anyone who wants to listen. But worry not, the help is on the way.

An interesting article found here https://www.theblaze.com/news/university-of-minnesota-12-step-whiteness-recovery for those who want to know what is taking place in our land.

Did you know you have a problem? We surely did not, but are gradually becoming aware there is something wrong with us. The life we live is tragically incomplete, rife with racism and wrong values long-hidden from the societal oversight. But once you acknowledge you have a problem, there is a 12-step process that can cure you; make you a better person and citizen. Much like with AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) therapy groups. Accept the facts, confess the ills, reflect on the newly-found knowledge, become a fighter for justice. Rid yourself of everything that made you a person of white heritage and embrace the new political faith. All of this is promoted by the progressives; a new dawn on America.


October 9, 2020 | by Eriс

A Happy White Woman. Google’s Version

Living these days is fraught with uncertainties. We lost some of the solid ground under our feet. Many are looking for answers in the new environment that is in no way complete and defined. The new landscape is forming in front of our eyes. The mankind is supposed to watch, listen and absorb what is in and what is out. To again become the ‘in’ crowd. Those who miss what is happening do so at their own peril.

The author has been around for some time. Yet, in no period of time he is familiar with, has the racial theme been placed so squarely in the forefront of American societal agenda. Discussions in the mass media and online; within academia and the political circuits. Everyone has something to say. Mostly complementary about defining directions and breaking the barriers for and by black Americans. Some orators are very radical, outspoken and shamelessly provocative. And only sparse, cautious laymen voices are heard about the shape this ‘struggle’ is taking. Speaking in opposition to the ‘revolution’ and the ‘1691 agenda’ is racism. They, the progressive side, will attack you online, and if given opportunity, physically.


September 25, 2020 | by Eriс

The BLM Future for America. Part II

We continue to look into the future. The future of our country that Black Lives Matter has in store for all of us. It started with Part I of ‘The BLM Future for America’. If you skipped over it, go back and take a look.

If you think for a minute we derive pleasure from shoveling BLM’s manure, you are wrong. There are million other things we’d rather be doing. But we simply cannot sit idle in the face of an encroaching enemy. Black people of our country are not the enemy. That enemy is Marxism, its fervent followers, political supporters and accomplices. They must be documented; their intentions be spelled out for all to see and hear; brought to light; examined, ridiculed and condemned in the strongest of terms. BLM plague already took a foothold in our society and continues to affect thousands of minds. Lies’ purveyors are the real demons masquerading as saviors of the ‘oppressed’ black people.


September 23, 2020 | by Eriс

The BLM Future for America. Part I

Are you sure you know what our future is going to look like? No, think again.

We took a bit of time to research the subject. Can say we familiarized ourselves with what may one day be our common future. Well, a version of it. All we have to do is to let the people from Black Lives Matter and their left-headed partners decide for us. It’s very simple. Embrace their ideas, the quest for peace and justice – and voila! Hello, brave new world! The New Era dawns in America! The freer country, devoid of Republicans, racism, oppression, exploitation, violent crime, police, prisons, drugs on our streets, prostitution, illegal aliens (yea, know we shouldn’t use the outlawed ‘illegal aliens’ phrase in New York, but we do anyway. Illegal aliens, illegal aliens. We like how it sounds).

We safely bet few people have ever seen the entire laundry list of their demands. By gosh, it’s long! Read on. The New York Times ain’t gonna tell you nothing.


September 20, 2020 | by Eriс

Are You White? It’s Not Your Fight

One doesn’t need glasses to see many young white people who joined the BLM marches since they began in the early troubling summer days this year. Death of one George Floyd (aka The Thug) fueled mass protests around the country. According to some press reports, the rallies against police brutality were held in a total of 140 cities, towns and villages of this country. Initial impulsive foray for peace and justice were joined by thousands of people who never street-protested over anything in their lives. A sight to behold. Countless black and white citizens of our country, marching together. Shouting with a single voice against police brutality, on our streets. A flood of outraged people who aspired to see the end of ‘racist’ police power manifestations over the lives of black Americans. Undeniably, it was a powerful statement, which was heard by the federal and local governments.

When protests occur, they eventually scale down. People make a statement and eventually go home, to speak their minds privately and online. But not this time. BLM rallies, riots and sit-ins continued, day after day, unabated. To be followed by fires, looting and destruction. In due course it was revealed that most people who fill the streets day after day are not ordinary protesters. They are a part of an organization or organizations that direct them to show up, with the same pre-made signs, at times and places of someone’s choosing. To put it simply: the protest being driven by ideology or money, or both. To this day, we know very little of the true organizers and instigators.