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Sep 07 2013

Bill Whittle at AFP Foundation’s Defending the American Dream Summit

Like all countermoonbats, Bill Whittle is tired of losing to traitorous narcissist weenies. Fortunately he has a plan to stop doing it, which he shared at the AFP Foundation’s Defending the American Dream Summit last weekend.

The idea is to stop letting moonbats use control of the media to ram through the same three concepts again and again until people mistake them for the truth: 1) wealth is unearned, 2) everybody is special (therefore achievement and individuality are meaningless), and 3) authoritarians just want to help you. These lies need to be replaced with three simple countermoonbat principles: 1) freedom, 2) private property, and 3) virtue. Just don’t tell anyone these values are conservative.

On a tip from G. Fox.



9 Responses to “Bill Whittle at AFP Foundation’s Defending the American Dream Summit”

  1. Sweep the leg says:

    1) freedom, 2) private property…

    Ok, but the main problem is that 95% of white people who believe in freedom and private property, ALSO salivate like Pavlov’s pups when the MLK/Civil Rights bell is rung.

    We GAVE away freedom and private property so that blacks could terrorize us. Because the last thing blacks would ever do with unfettered freedom is…terrorize…us…

    If you don’t believe me, go on ANY mainstream “conservative” blog, or call into ANY mainstream “conservative” radio show, and try to criticize MLK/ “civil rights” legislation. You’ll be banned or shouted down before you get halfway through…

  2. RB26DETT says:

    Before you hit the link, remember that Australia’s Liberal party is, despite the name, actually conservative.

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/australian-election-2013

    With that in mind, watch the British moonbats at the Guardian shriek in horror at the fact that an honest-to-goodness conservative, Tony Abbott, has just become the leader of the land down under.

    James Delingpole breaks down the good news, with cautious optimism:
    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100234754/tony-abbott-mate-youve-done-it-dont-blow-it/

    I can only pray that this wave of electoral sanity makes its way across the pacific and hits American shores soon.

  3. Flu-Bird says:

    Liberals have turn the american dream into a nightmare

  4. So Cal Jim says:

    Whittle is showing the way.

  5. Metryq says:

    >Just don’t tell anyone these values are conservative.<

    That sounds like the scenario in Asimov's short story "Profession." Most people can be "programmed" to fulfill a complex task, and there is a career day "olympic" event where they compete for the best jobs off-world.

    The main character is one of those "unfortunate" people who cannot be programmed, and so is sent to a house for the feeble-minded. He rebels against this, breaks out, and tries to appeal to VIPs that some people can be taught the old fashioned way and even create new machines that are not covered by career programming tapes.

    The main character is eventually caught and led back to the house for the feeble-minded, where he confirms the truth with his roommate. Most people are very proud of their ability to memorize (be programmed with) the skills for a certain job. The status won at the olympics is important to the psychology of society. Meanwhile, the "feeble-minded" are the truly creative and intelligent people who drive civilization forward. No one tells them they are creative, nor that they are not feeble-minded. They must work this out for themselves by thinking on their own and rebelling against their fate. Meanwhile, the common man goes about his job, smug in his knowledge of superiority.

    (Similarly, freedom cannot be given to a people. They must be smart enough to shuck off their enslavement on their own. Sadly, all too many people are happy to kept, even when their lot is very miserable.)

  6. batman says:

    Whittle gets it. He’s absolutely right about the three values. We were all brainwashed into being proper subjects, at one time or another by this system, as we were growing up. Whittle is right. These values stand on their own. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Self-evident Truths and Inalienable rights is way over most subject’s heads. But, “The right to your own stuff,” and “not being messed with,” are very communicable.

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