An Open Letter to Scott AdamsSpencer J. Quinn
Dear Mr. Adams,
Thank you for your recent video in which you say some frank things about blacks and their prejudicial attitudes towards white people. Because of your statements, many more people are now aware that, according to a recent Rasmussen poll, 47% of black respondents were unwilling to say that it is okay to be white. Of course, this is not surprising. With virulent anti-white rhetoric constantly streaming from the media, our political establishment, and academia for decades now, it’s no wonder that nearly half the black population in this country now views whites qua whites with . . . disapprobation, to put it mildly.
Perhaps you are aware of this and didn’t want to put it so bluntly, but your initial reaction to this poll is perfectly congruent with White Nationalism. Yes, by refusing to say that it is okay to be white, nearly half of blacks do belong to a hate group. Yes, whites should try to get as far away from black people as possible. Yes, black neighborhoods do have more problems than white neighborhoods. Yes, white Americans should not try to solve black Americans’ problems. Yes, blacks don’t focus on education as much as whites do, and yes, this explains racial differences in life outcomes. And, yes, I am also sick and tired of watching videos of black thugs beating the living hell out of white people. Every. Single. Day.
So, I agree with you. There is no fixing this problem — at least not according to how our current society is organized. As you say, the best advice for white people is to escape blacks.
Well, guess what? That is exactly the platform of White Nationalism! If you read Counter-Currents at all, you will realize that White Nationalists want escape as much as you do. They want it so bad they push for outright secession from our modern liberal democracies, which actively encourage racial diversity and tacitly support the anti-whiteism that you so heartily deplore. Why not try to get away from these people? Why not codify ethnonationalism in a political and philosophical framework, and then promote our interests as an identity group? It’s not like other racial and ethnic groups don’t do this to great success. And it’s not like racial differences aren’t borne out by neuroscience, social science, political science, psychometrics, and police data.
Further, it’s not only White Nationalists who want escape. So do the less radical white advocates you will find over at American Renaissance or VDARE. Freedom of association — and not outright nationalism — is what folks like Jared Taylor ultimately want: freedom for whites like yourself to decide with whom they want to live. Seems like a basic human right, no? Yet whites in America today really don’t have that.
The black power structure in America seeks to do two things above all: consolidate black territory in cities through an indulgent attitude towards crime, poverty, and corruption (which serves to keep non-blacks out), as well as invade white spaces. This latter effort is called “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (as you know), and it has forced once-implicitly white organizations as diverse as the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing , National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Society for Creative Anachronism, and the Virginia Military Institute to bend the knee to black inclusion (as I am sure you also know). Of course, it goes much, much further than this. Then there is Barack Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing initiative from 2015, which President Biden is currently ramping up. This means that any neighborhood receiving Department of Housing and Urban Development funding may be required to include disadvantaged minorities (i.e., blacks) through low-income housing.
There goes the neighborhood.
So, yes: escape. Let’s do it. But let’s also be serious about it. When you say, “I do not align with any group, not the white supremacists and not the black racists,” you’re not being serious. Of course, I’m not saying you’re being disingenuous. Rather, you are being unserious because the best you can do here is speak for yourself. You don’t align with any group because you can afford not to. You have the privilege as a celebrity to not need to align with any group. And by privilege, I’m not spitefully invoking the white privilege blood libel as so many on the Left do these days. As the creator of a beloved and enduring comic strip, you have earned whatever privilege you have — and good for you. I wish you nothing but continued success, and I do not begrudge you your privilege as an artist and influencer in our society.
But please remember that most whites don’t have such privilege. When blacks — nearly 50% of whom are in a hate group, as you said — invade their spaces, either at work or in their neighborhoods, there are only so many places to which these whites can escape. And the aim of the American black power structure is to one day prevent escape for them entirely. Blacks want access to whites, plain and simple. And they don’t care if that want is reciprocated (pro tip: it usually isn’t).
Also, don’t you think that membership in some “white supremacist” (read: pro-white) group would have actually come in handy for the victims in those “beat up whitey” videos you complain about? Wouldn’t you at least lend your support to a group designed to prevent this sort of violence to begin with? You cannot possibly believe it is just desserts that these white victims have no one to whom they can turn.
Since White Nationalism takes the needs and desires of these forsaken whites into account, it is a highly moral position to hold. You advise white people to stay away from blacks, and that’s great. But White Nationalists are the only people working on ways to actually make that a reality for all whites, especially the ones who lack the means to follow your advice. This is the difference between someone who dabbles in racial identity and people who truly take it seriously.
In any event, if you never breathe a word about this again, that’s fine. You’ve done your fellow whites a great service just by speaking up. It’s greatly appreciated. But if you are curious to learn more about White Nationalism and white identity politics, I’m sure Greg Johnson would be happy to talk with you. You can email him at [email protected]. Maybe if you ask him, he’ll tell you all the ways in which White Nationalism and white supremacy are not the same thing.
And that distinction might come in useful for you one day very soon. You have stated that you are not a white supremacist. Okay, fine. But since you made this claim only after uttering a litany of pro-white blasphemies, you may soon realize that it doesn’t matter if you say you’re not a white supremacist. It matters only if they say you’re not a white supremacist.
And unless you apologize real hard and real fast for what you said, I’m afraid that’s never going to happen.
Spencer J. Quinn
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Well said. Has he received any backlash yet? I haven’t heard.
I had to google Scott Adams since I didn’t know who the hell he was. The answer to your question is, of course, yes. Plenty of “social media outrage” from all the predictable sources.
He’s been dropped from a couple of newspapers. The comments on the fox news link are promising. Mist of the comments agree with Adams’sentiment. I think what was most telling was not the boilerplate reaction of the newspaper company, “blah blah blah our diversity is our greatest strength.” But actually telling people not to watch the vlog, it is like they know he is speaking the truth.
Mr. Quinn, I suspect your optimism is most likely unfounded. Mr. Adams, while a clever cartoonist, is addicted to attention. Over the past year or so, he lost an immense amount of support over his “covid vax” stance, contempt and intransigence. So, he’s now hungry to grab some of the spotlight back.
Based on Mr. Adams’ Modus Operandi, he will wait awhile and then do a 180, claiming that what he said wasn’t what he meant, and that was merely the reader’s confirmation bias. A squirrely move, but par for the course….
If nothing else, his little speech might wake up a few normies. Might.
Did Adams backtrack on his vax stance after losing support?
Kinda. He’s been praising those who refused the vaxx but in an off hand way. He’s saying we were “lucky” to have made the right choice, but not outright admitting he was wrong.
Maybe. But it would be nearly impossible to pull a 180 on the things he said about blacks. Compared to the Vax, race is a much more serious taboo.
There are actually so many Whites, who are radically opposed to vax (and they are right of course), but unfortunately don’t give a shekel about much more important racial issues.
“If somebody told me I only had an hour to live, I’d spend it choking a white man. I’d do it nice and slow.” — Miles Davis (Jet Magazine, 1985)
Remember when Miles Davis made this comment EVERYONE in the recording industry denounced his racism and record stores refused to carry his music, and all radio stations stopped playing his music, and he was forced to apologize, and even after he apologized he lost tons of money and contracts? No? Oh, right! That didn’t happen at all.
Miles Davis sucks. He’s the P-Diddy of jazz — a low-talent hack who cultivated an image for people who think listening to him makes them cool.
The only thing he got right was surrounding himself with great musicians. And even those results are some of the most overrated efforts in jazz history.
I’ll take just about anything from Herbie Hancock over Miles any day.
Amazing how an open letter to Scott Adams can lead to a conversation about jazz. Anyway, check this out:
Only undiscerning whites were buying his lame attempts at “jazz-rock” when he made that statement. A few of his own people pulled up on him somewhere in NY as he was sitting in his car and unloaded on him at near point-blank range and only by a miracle and lousy marksmanship was he unharmed. He complained about the police dispatched to help him and investigate his attempted murder. No disparaging words for the would-be murderers of color.
Sir, Davis may have made a few bad albums but he produced some brilliant ones: eg, Sketches of Spain, Jack Johnson, Kind of Blue. Davis was a fine band leader, musician, and he had impeccable taste in new musicians.
In fairness, Adams risked a massive loss of popularity in voicing support for Trump back in 2016. Did you hear the interview in which he ‘triggered’ Sam Harris?
I have followed Adams’s daily podcast quite regularly since his prediction that Trump would win election. His insight into persuasion techniques (he’s a trained hypnotist) are invaluable. That was, after all, what led him to forecast Trump’s victory; he recognized that Trump’s skills in persuasion were unusually powerful. Anyone interested in honing their ability to influence would do well to follow him.
This theory that he is addicted to attention and is now trying to reclaim the spotlight after his covid vax position is simply wrong. Long before his so-called vax pronouncements he highlighted black privilege and white discrimination, so this is nothing new. He previously discussed how he was passed over for promotion on two separate occasions explicitly because he was white and male, and he has long “identified as black” to demonstrate the absurdity of “white privilege.”
He is not backtracking on this. On his podcast today he doubled down. In one clip he said he would welcome more equitable reporting of inter-racial violence by showing all the Asian-on-black assaults that must exist. Obviously this was said tongue-in-cheek.
Regardless of how you feel about Adams, this is a big win for white advocates. He has a very big audience, he has demonstrated his credibility over the years (he meticulously assesses both sides of the issues fairly and analytically, including covid/masks/vax) and he is extremely persuasive. He is a strong ally, even if he publicly disavows us (as he must).
Sadly, I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that close to 47% of whites were unwilling to say that it’s okay to be white.
I would share your lack of surprise for those results. From the crosstabs of the poll, those that disagree somewhat or strongly that “it’s okay to be white”:
Brainwashed to pathetically self-hate.
It’s funny to see even so-called conservative headlines celebrate “a majority [53%] of blacks think it’s okay to be white” as a victory against wokeness. Of course that means 47% do not think it’s okay, which was Adams’s point. But never mind, most people won’t read past the inverted-truth headline so everything is just fine in normie America.
I would also point out that the 47% is much larger than the poll would suggest. Do you really think DaQuan and Latisha are sitting around taking poll questions? No, the black people in this poll are most likely the respectable ones you would find in a middle-class neighbourhood. If the poll was much broader I would expect the number to be up in the 70% range.
I’d estimate higher, more like 85%
I really like the way Spencer writes on CC, particularly these open letters.
He writes from the heart. Just observations. “How I feel”. Plainly. There’s a lot to be said for plain language and plain facts particularly when we seek to persuade others about critical and controversial issues.
Did Adams say escape blacks? Great idea, but it’s virtually impossible in the cities. Best you can do is seek to limit your interactions with them.
And as Spencer says it’s going to get harder. Everywhere.
I don’t follow Adams, but yes, covid and vax – big news that they were at the time, were always ultimately transient issues and they were incredibly distracting from the real stuff.
Thank you, VR. I really appreciate the kind words.
Blacks say they want to ‘get away’ from Whites, but they secretly know that they are totally dependent on the fine things that White civilization has created. They also know they cannot manage that fine civilization after Whites have finally gotten smart enough to leave Dodge. So a very taut tightrope is their path. They rant about their past slavery problems and when we push back against that constant complaint, they wail that their ‘civil rights’ are being taken away. However, neither side really declares war, because, seriously, Blacks do not, under any circumstance, want to go back to their original Zululand, etc. They really are totally dependent on us, though some have made some strides toward their own civilization, but nowhere near enough have reached that magic plateau.
I definitely would move to somewhere in Europe myself, if I were younger and richer, but I am not, so I’ll stay here and do my best to avoid the problems caused by our bothersome friends down the road.
I would exit LA if I were you. I realize that might be difficult for you, given what you’ve also indicated re your age. If I lived in LA, as I once did long ago, I would certainly help you out if I could. But, bad as where I live is, it must be sheer hell for an awakened, civilized white person – perhaps especially a woman – to be living in LA. I hated it when I lived there 30 years ago (though I also had some good times), and that was in the early years of Riordan’s mayoralty. Everything I’ve heard from long time residents I still keep in touch with is that life has gotten much much worse since then (and especially in the past 3 years).
I say this yet again. Prowhites need to do what Jews did to NY, and gays did to San Francisco: intentionally move to a handful of venues with the express (if not widely circulated) intention of turning them into “citadels of our people”. Think how wonderful that would be on a strictly personal level, even if none of our ultimate ethnostatist goals were reached. Wouldn’t people like to live among their own people, geographically concentrated so that we could more easily form networks of activism, intellectuality, commerce, friendship and mutual support?
WNs MUST GEOGRAPHICALLY INGATHER!! If the gays could do it, so can we. And I think it’s our only hope.
EVERY facet of the Negro hierarchy has a parasitical underpinning, from the “talented tenth” class (affirmative action), to the underclass (violent crime, welfare etc).
Mr. Quinn, this was absolutely marvelous. Perfect. It’s pieces like this that keep me coming back to CC for more.
Mr. Adams, if you make it down this far into the comments, I applaud your boldness and would like to make a suggestion: stick around here for a while, even if you recant; even if you go on the “disavow” tour; even if, for whatever your reasons, you decide to distance yourself from those who, as Mr. Quinn has said, are most seriously pursuing what you’ve encouraged other whites to do.
Stick around and find out what real, unapologetic White Nationalists and race realists believe. Read articles here at Counter Currents. Listen to podcasts. Watch videos. Do so in secret if you must, even while publicly distancing yourself if you feel that’s necessary. Comment, and using an alias if it works better for you.
But stay a while and get past the distorted picture you’ve gotten of us from the most dishonest of dealers, the same dishonest dealers who are presently treating you as though you were one of us already–simply because you’ve dared to speak up–and won’t stop until you’ve debased yourself with groveling to a degree that no self-respecting man should ever be expected to endure.
You are a person with a sense of justice who has had enough. We are too. It’s not much more complicated than that. Stay strong, and realize that you have allies.
Great writing as always, SJQ.
Really well said, James. And thank you.
Bravo! Well said.
This is a very good start. However, I do not like the framing of we have to escape. I think we have to show what it is they say they want. That is, they want to get rid of whites but enjoy all of the things whites have produced. They want to rule. We want our country that we built. It is very easy to show that we built this country and that we built it on the shoulders of the towering European, and Greco-Roman civilizations.
We show what our cities were, what our economic situation was before we stopped to help them. What were our cities before they chased us out and began to administer them with our money flowing through the federal government to their municipalties. Adams made the key point when he said he has supported them his whole life but he is done. He is wrong by saying to run. All we have done is flee for 73+ years. There is no running.
Yes. They were enslaved by their fellow Africans and brought here on Jewish, Muslim and European ships. That was terrible – more terrible for whites than it was for blacks it turned out. Blacks in America are demonstrably better off than if they had stayed slaves in Africa. Yet they are still unhappy and hold a deep hostility toward whites. We made a country for them – Liberia. We bought it for them and established it for them. It is time they go back. It is time we reclaim our cities. It is time we remove their blight from our films and theaters where they steal our stories and our lore and our heroes and villains and rich heritage while claiming we stole theirs.
Adams, you did us a favor. There is much farther to go. We need to make the easily demonstrated rational case for an organized separation – physical and economic. We can easily make it. It is easily seen by the numbers (economic and crime data), by the historical record and by black people’s own words and actions. Perhaps Mr. Adams you can afford to move away to an enclave and pay the white-guilt and crime tax from afar. Perhaps you can offer your progeny jobs free from the disadvantages of affirmative action that puts whites in the back of the line, or prohibited from standing in it entirely. Most white people can’t. So wield the sword that you picked up on behalf of your people who can’t just move. Wield the sword on hour own behalf so you don’t have to pay the guilt, crime and welfare-state expropriation taxes.
Blacks are asking for reparations. I say we strike a bargain. They get a payment, transport and resettlement in Liberia. We print the money and let them take the inflation with them. 30% to get on the transport. 30% paid upon arrival. The other 40% paid out over time. They go, and very clear terms with no rights of visitation or return are permitted for at least 200 years. There are 190,000,000 of us for God’s sakes. We need to help Adams take a more radical turn. He has money and an audience. His, “do what I can do but you can’t stance”, is selfish and insufficient. Perhaps we can help him to see that.
I definitely agree. Decades of White flight have done nothing for us. To paraphrase Napoleon, you can’t win if you’re always on the retreat.
We want our country that we built. It is very easy to show that we built this country and that we built it on the shoulders of the towering European, and Greco-Roman civilizations.
Whenever “they” say, “We built this country,” I think the perfect rejoinder is, “Ahh—but did you design it? You see, it’s the designing-it part that makes all the difference. If you actually built this country, explain sub-Saharan Africa, Haiti, and anywhere else that you find yourself in the majority.”
I’d reckon that Chinese coolies working on the railroads out West and white children toiling away in New England sweatshops literally “built” more of this country than the heavy-lidded cotton-pickers in Alabama did.
Yeah. Good points. The competition between the coolies and the Irish on the TransContinental was intense. It shows the fighting spirit and grit of two great people. There is a reason Duh Kangz weren’t invited to that party.
In a certain city in a certain state I was at a heritage site where the docent endlessly prattled on about the, “enslaved.” He implied that the grandiose furniture was built in a workshop that used blacks and that it was the blacks who may have designed and carved it. So, like the lack of anything but mudhuts in the sub-saharan – why aren’t there any pyramids. Why didn’t they master the craft and be the de-facto kings of high end furniture the way say the Germans mastered piano building? We also saw the huge kitchens and fireplaces where the Jamimas would cook and tend the fires – burning coal. As the docent’s “enslavement” bingo reached a fever pitch I pulled out my phone to see images of young Irish and English coal miners crawling hundreds of feet deep in human sized veins of coal to get black lung and coal for Jamima to warm herself with in the kitchens and servant rooms.
At some point we need to stand up for all of those sacrifices. To think that the Irish and Engish who did that grunt work only got to reap the rewards for one maybe two generations before being dispossessed and demonized is an outrage. I hope the anger wells up, burns away they depression and sorrow. I hope it fills people with a purpose, conviction and a noble mission. To sum this part up, we built it at the high and the low end. Tens of millions of poor whites and their grit settled a continent and did whatever work was necessary to do so, and many millions used that glorious work ethic and grit to put them to work implementing the unrivaled genius and imagination of our best minds.
I think of San Francisco and the Western Addition. When the Japanese were sent off to the internment camps, the blacks moved right in. Did they give the houses back? No. But, within less than a generation they were back as the most successful ethnic group in America. I worked at a bank in the WD in college. What a pathetic, angry, bitter and helpless lot those ghetto dwellars were. Nearly every check I ever cashed on the back of an empty account over constant grumblings of, “Why you need my id? Yooz rayciss”, was from the government. Though the Japanese reclaimed Japantown, it was not safe at night as muggings and killings and knifings were regular occurrences. It is a degraded existence. We owe it to them to save them from living like that. But, our people come first – for once.
Now the blacks are crying for reparations in the name of housing discrimination when they were more than happy to move right in and take those homes and neighborhoods. They will not stop. They are happily going to twerk on our graves.
As you said recently, “We groveled our way into this situation. We aren’t going to grovel our way out of it.” I hope Adams receives a lot of emails with stats and data and insights and uses this moment to drill down to the rich waters after merely breaking the surface of the ice.
Good point about design, but in most cases blacks neither designed nor built the lasting monuments of the American economy and civilization. Just as there is a difference between the architect and the stone mason, carpenter, or plasterer, so there is a difference between these skilled tradesmen and a hod carrier or similar unskilled laborer. What blacks furnished during this country’s foundational period was unskilled labor.
Jefferson, though a slaveholder, hired European workmen to do the skilled work of building Monticello. He was a well-travelled and educated man of taste, and knew that blacks were incapable of the fine workmanship his design demanded. Similarly, the U.S. Capitol and the White House were largely constructed by Scottish stone masons, even though negro slavery prevailed in the District of Columbia at the time and well after it.
Yeah, the word “built” is so loaded. Blacks helped “build” this country in the same way the hammer and the nails helped build a house. You never hear about those poor tools not getting the credit they deserve, though.
“If somebody told me I only had an hour to live, I’d spend it choking a white man. I’d do it nice and slow.” — Miles Davis
Did Miles Davis ever have to disavow the above comment? Did retail outlets refuse to sell his music? Did elites scowl and express disdain towards him? Do blacks ever have to pay a price for their frank comments about Whites? Why can’t Whites be just as candid about blacks as blacks are candid about Whites?
Because the powers that be want us dead. If you’re ever confused about any racial issue in America, just remember that the culture and the powers behind it are rabidly anti-white and want to kill us. Everything will make sense after that.
Also, Miles Davis was a pile of entitled shit in so many ways. His predictable anti-whiteness is just one of the examples. He was so strung out on heroin most of the time he probably couldn’t even choke a white infant to death.
USA Today announces it will no longer carry the “Dilbert” comic strip due to Scott Adams’s hateful, harmful, unforgivable, and life-saving advice.
I wonder what he charges to carry the strip?
Regardless of what some may think of Scott Adam’s motivations, he has shown incredible bravery for sharing these potential career ending comments. And the more white people hear this from influential creators along with the daily videos of fellas and fine ladies beating the shit out of poor defenseless wypipo, the more they wake up to the reality of post-Ferguson/Floyd America.
Mr. Adams almost seems to have stumbled into this one, but his response since has been pretty brave, for sure. I started following him on Twitter and he is hanging in there. Musk must be thanked for this, too. The responses on Twitter show a good bit of support for our side. None of that would have ever seen the light of day previously.
Adams is drawing a lot of attention, but he’s an effect. The cause is the Rasmussen poll. It would be nice to more about how that poll came to be.
Good point. Hopefully polls like this will be conducted and publicized by C-C as the new policy institute launches. It’s potent propaganda.
But the data alone aren’t enough; it is only the fuel. You need a spark, like Adams and his platform, to ignite the information and spread the conflagration to the timid masses.
Whatever his motivations, Adams certainly knew what he was doing when he decided to talk about an otherwise obscure poll. How he handles the expected fallout will be instructional for us.
I appreciate your caution with regard to any ‘by data alone’ political tactic, but in this case it may not be warranted. The question itself is a moral question and the responses implicate moral choices. From a ‘movement’ perspective, this is exactly where we want the discussion to take place. What Adams is responding to is the moral paradigm of anti-Whiteness as it should be responded to: With outrage and a call to action.
Of course the media is going to want to focus on Adams as ‘racist’ and completely avoid the contents of the poll.
But focusing on Adams’ celebrity and canceling is not in our interests as a movement.
Emphasizing the poll, is, however.
Unlike the circus surrounding Kanye West’s ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ apparel, people generally give some credence to polls that agree with them as if they were objective information.
Any ‘concerned White’ who sees this poll is going to feel moved closer to our direction than away from it.
The Spectacle want’s to reduce everything to gossip.
That’s its most powerful de-politicizing propaganda formula.
We have to do our best to use the attack on Adams to redirect back to the central question of the poll: Is it okay to be White?
A good sign that a widely popular, well known celebrity would speak so forthrightly. Will he flip back? Only time will tell. For the moment it’s a great recognition of racial truths. There are irreconcilable differences between the races and only separation can cure them.
SJQ is writer on fire lately! Like Morrisey’s Hairdresser on Fire.
If there’s a downside to racist rants it’s that they spark tsunamis of mealy-mouthed gobbledegook about “inclusion” and “inclusionivity” and “inclusionness.” Especially if you provoke those “newspapers” where they’re paid by the pound, so much per lot of verbiage. They’re all dropping Dilbert as of Sunday morning. You think any of them are going to be the one to say, “We’re keeping the bad racist. Now read the rest of our painfully Proper cliche-reliant pandering prose where we dutifully capitalize words when told to and add a plus sign to a group’s acronym without knowing what it means any more than they do. The amusing innocuous apolitical cartoon strip has got to go.”
No one is saying, “What’s he talking about? Black people are swell and here’s why…”
Report anyone who appears to be enjoying themselves.
Adams using the woke language against the orthodoxy by calling blacks a hate group because almost half of them say it’s not okay to be white is perhaps the most cathartic thing I’ve heard in a very long time. Along with saying it doesn’t make sense for white Americans to help black Americans because it doesn’t seem to pay off. I think this is on the minds of many Americans since the George Floyd state sanctioned riots.
The fact of the matter is that blacks didn’t uphold their end of the unwritten status quo that was in place. Whitey would subsidize blacks but they would have to behave lest they go to jail like anybody else. Now not only is the bar being lowered with respect to dealing with black crime but now we have to have the right amount of black people on boards, etc.
“Adams using the woke language against the orthodoxy by calling blacks a hate group because almost half of them say it’s not okay to be white is perhaps the most cathartic thing I’ve heard in a very long time.”
Right. More so than Kanye and the Jews because Adams’ commentary is more succinct and reasonable.
Kanye was right about certain things but his delivery was way off. Adams’ vlog had the tenor of a sobering conversation about an uncomfortable topic whose time to be finally talked about was long overdue.
What if 100 commenters/celebrities posted a message like Dilbert’s creator did, all on one day? I think it would be magnificent. There are many more he feel as he does. We are all wise to the truth of this world.
Thank you for writing this, Mr. Quinn.
It would be a fantastic outcome if you’re able to stimulate some type of public engagement with Scott Adams. I hope he eventually reads your letter and agrees to be interviewed by Greg.
If I may ask you, who is the biggest social media “influencer” at Counter-Currents? I know Twitter isn’t broad-minded enough to allow uncensored discourse on its platform even after the Musk takeover; do you have any thoughts on where Counter-Currents could establish a noteworthy social media presence?
Well, CC has been banned on Twitter and Facebook. Many of us are on gab, including myself. Pretty much all other platforms are hostile to us though. So not sure.
This is response from Elon Musk
I’d “heart react” to this if “reacts” were an option.
I’m considering starting my own Twitter and Facebook accounts.
At this stage it’s probably most effective to “launder” our ideas through less radioactive third parties, rather than promote them head on with our people. Until the Overton window shifts, we are too easily dismissed as “fringe white supremacists.”
Amazon UK are still selling Dilbert merchandise, will it eventually be discontinued?
I’m very curious what motivated Adams to say this. He certainly knows the culture we live in and how this would play out; naïvety isn’t an explanation.
He’s not a free speech absolutist; ending his career to make a 1st amendment point isn’t likely.
In the past he has highlighted the discrimination of whites, but he’s not a white advocate as we would define it. I don’t think he would sacrifice his career for the sake of fighting anti-whiteness, especially in this way.
He likes attention and thrives off adversity, he enjoys personally effecting change in public discourse, but at the cost of his career? That doesn’t seem like a wise cost-benefit calculation.
So what made him pull the trigger? What’s the endgame in introducing such highly charged stray voltage? Controversy just for the sake of controversy, or is there a larger game at play here?
Maybe I missed the most obvious reason: he was ready to retire Dilbert and wanted to do it with a splash.
If he’s smart he’ll write a screenplay about his experience. What this brouhaha is ultimately about is Negro Fatigue, which would make for a great title. Black power is on the wane. Could be done
Fatigued, to the nth power.
Time is of the essence for us Europeans to embark on our Break Away Civilization, to resume our destiny as the explorers we are & head back to the stars where we left off in 1972. Simultaneously & in concert as a team, we must reclaim our homelands, hold our traitors accountable, & repatriate ALL non-Europeans. Failure is not an option. Without total & complete separation in perpetuity we will not survive.
WGTOW – Whites Going Their Own Way.
I would add to a Letter to Scott Adams that the problems ethnic European Whites experience with Blacks is actually downstream from the loss of ethnic European control of their cultural institutions to ethnic Jews, who are the architects of antiwhitism and the multiracial agenda.
Forced integration and the loss of freedom of assembly is a byproduct of highly organized ethnic Jewish activism in politics and media/culture, and these destructive policies will not change until that activism is directly exposed so that it can be countered and reversed.
Exposing Black antiwhitism is helpful, but allocating too much attention to it is like putting out fires while letting an arsonist roam free. Adams and ethnic European Whites generally need to know who the arsonist is.
Keep doing you bruh, it’s clearly working like gangbusters.
Thanks Ben, are you Jewish yourself, or just an ally of nonwhites in general?
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