New blog linked; The Unsolicited Opinion

The Unsolicited Opinion.

A very energetic blogger who bridges the gap between the attempts to keep the Tea Party Kashrut Conservative and the dawning path to the real McCoy. Leftists fear that “conveyor belt” where conservatives no longer care about liberal “decency” and take ideas from the “right wing conveyor belt” from extremism to Glenn Beck and Ann Coulter.

Leftists think that people like Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter and Michael Savage read our stuff and then put it out as “approved conservative opinion.” In other words, the Overton Window gets moved in a bakc and forth exchange between paid consservaitive who become less Kashrut by the day, and us.

We haven’t discussed the Tea Party lately, but that’s a meme that has not faded. The MSM tries to say it’s a flash in the pan, but there are still active organizations that call themselves “the Tea Party.” Kind of like an unfunded ACORN. What I’m seeing is now that hte Tea Party is no longer in the limelight, it has gone to ground, building up its memes with White America rather than making media splashes.

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16 Responses to New blog linked; The Unsolicited Opinion

  1. RobRoySimmons says:

    Reactionary shrieking only empowers the anti-white libtards.

  2. I have a knee jerk reaction against all conservatardism, especially the likes of Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.

    But this blogger actually highlights his WTC7 article, so he gets the hipster seal of approval.

    It’s often been remarked that the Coulter/Limbaughs half the time seem like they are scanning headlines from Stormfront. It doesn’t mean they are on our side, just that they want to co-opt our audience.

  3. RobRoySimmons says:

    Limtard was trying to reason with libtards today, I made 30 seconds of his show, which for the year makes two minutes. You do not reason with libtards you blame them specifically, you place responsibility upon their necks. But Limtard as 99.9% of the Contards think intellectualism of some materialist ideology is politics.

  4. Mosin Nagant says:

    Such a nice, conservative- sounding, appearing lady, yet with a clear and powerful message, that the initially thrilled leader-controllers of the Tea Parties have finally grasped — so they are shunning her now. She is courageous.

    • mindweapon says:

      Oops, she blew her cover? maybe she should have played taqqiyah longer.

      • Mosin Nagant says:

        But some vital information cannot be taqqiyah-ed.

        Tea Parties have been so tightly controlled for so long their best former members will never return.

        Women still run most of these dying groups.

      • mindweapon says:

        Perhaps. We need to do this like the Masons, with secret societies.

      • A.Ralston says:

        Re a secret fraternal society for WN’s, I agree. My father was a Mason, and I know how it benefited him psychologically and professionally. His lodge was strictly White and Protestant.

  5. Mosin Nagant says:

    In other news today, Eric Holder promises not to KILL Edward Snowden, “thus making him no longer a refugee in need of asylum”, as the long arm of Global Elitism stretches closer toward him: http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2013/07/26/edward_snowden_eric_holder_promises_russia_it_won_t_seek_death_penalty_against.html

    The remaining faithful Tea Partiers have nearly all accepted their Controllers’ views of Snowden’s “treason” and the necessity of “national security”.

    • Landsknecht says:

      Well let’s be fair here. Eric “my people” Holder did also promise not to torture him as well!

    • A.Ralston says:

      And Putin now seems to be waffling too. For a while I hoped he would stand his ground and do the right thing. Now it seems he lacks the testicular fortitude that his bare-chested, rifle-toting, motorcycle-riding PR photos suggest.

      • mindweapon says:

        Waffling on what? Snowden? Syria?

      • Adit says:

        For Putin, Snowden is nothing more than political leverage. For now, it suits his purposes to keep him out of the clutches of the US Gov. If/when it’s in his favor to fork Snowden over, he’ll do it without any qualms whatsoever.

      • A.Ralston says:

        As regards Snowden, Putin says that “bilateral relations” with the U.S. are more important than “squabbles” over the “activities of the secret services.”

        Maybe I read more into his comments than I should. But, Putin is sly, and I doubt he would have allowed anyone like Snowden to survive the the event, if it were a Russian secret agency that had been compormised.

  6. ZOGPROSTITUTE says:

    PUTIN SEEMS TO BE MAKING THE RIGHT MOVES IN SYRIA – THE JOOZ ARE THINKING TWICE ABOUT PISSING OFF THE RUSSIAN BEARS NAVY AND ITS FORMIDABLE S300/YAKHONT/SUNBEAM ARMOURY( SORRY, I WORKED IN ELECTRONIC WARFARE IN THE OZZIE NAVY) – I HOPE PUTIN IS NOT POISONED LIKE STALIN (JEWISH DOCTORS PLOT). I DO FEEL THAT KARMA IS BALANCING OUT THE MADNESS OF JUNITED STATES INTERVENTIONS ON BEHALF OF ITS ZOG MASTER.

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