A Twofer from the Chateau

Good Chateau post here:

It starts with a good classic red pill quote, and in the last paragraph, Heartiste NAILS the difference between freedom and license.

First, the quote from Cato the Elder:

Woman is a violent and uncontrolled animal, and it is useless to let go the reins and then expect her to not kick over the traces. You must keep her on a tight rein… Women want total freedom or rather – to call things by their proper names – total license. If you allow them to achieve complete equality with men, do you think they will be easier to live with? Not at all. Once they have achieved equality, they will be your masters…

This quote illustrates what has happened with feminism: When we gave women equality, they wasted not a microsecond before they started forcing men to support children that aren’t theirs, legally discriminating against men in hiring, removing the presumption of innocence for men accused of rape, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. There can be no equality with women; it simply isn’t a Nash stable situation. If men don’t put limits on their participation in social decision-making, before you know it feminists have taken over everything. Now you’re in jail because you and a woman each had a glass of wine and then had sex… but her wine removes her responsibility for her actions, neutralizing her consent… But your wine doesn’t remove your responsibility for your actions, so YOU’RE A RAPIST!!

Next, Heartiste nails the difference between freedom and license:

License is different than freedom in that it grants the recipient a reprieve from personal responsibility and from the consequences of one’s actions. License means basically the removal of moral agency, so when women demand license what they are demanding is blamelessness.

That is beautifully precise. Freedom, properly speaking, would mean that you have the right to get your dumb ass drunk and stupidly hook up with someone you normally wouldn’t bang. Then you wake up in the morning, regret it, and deal with the consequences of your own behavior like an adult. Many women are willing to do this, of course, but too many aren’t. They want the right to say “I was raped!” to blame their fuck-witted choice on someone else. That is not freedom; it’s license.

Trump’s UN Speech

Good post on the God-Emperor’s UN speech at Musings of the Angry Webmaster:

Trump Shocks and Awes the United Nations

First, my man Trumpy hails the idea of sovereign, independent nations:

We do not expect diverse countries to share the same cultures, traditions, or even systems of government. But we do expect all nations to uphold these two core sovereign duties: to respect the interests of their own people and the rights of every other sovereign nation. This is the beautiful vision of this institution, and this is foundation for cooperation and success.

Actually, the first part of that last sentence, that sovereignty is a vision of the UN, is a polite lie – “Your dress looks great, girlfriend!” – and an attempt to get the UN’s would-be world dictators nodding at a pro-sovereignty message. It seems to have worked. Trumpy continues:

Strong, sovereign nations let their people take ownership of the future and control their own destiny. And strong, sovereign nations allow individuals to flourish in the fullness of the life intended by God.

As the Angry Webmaster says, this is “a kick to the groin of the Globalists.” And they deserve a kick to the groin, and then some.


We are renewing this founding principle of sovereignty. Our government’s first duty is to its people, to our citizens — to serve their needs, to ensure their safety, to preserve their rights, and to defend their values.

As President of the United States, I will always put America first, just like you, as the leaders of your countries will always, and should always, put your countries first.

This is more globalist groin-kicking, which is funny, because apparently the assembled globalists applauded it. LOL.

As Angry Webmaster notes, “What he said next shocked the UNGA and the Progressive Elites and their moronic minions in the United States and around the world.”

The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.

Boom! Talk about a line in the sand! Of course, the usual suspects started saying it was belligerent, etc., but such rhetoric was uncharacteristically muted, at least from the tidbits I read. It’s almost as if even leftist idiots have enough sense to realize that North Korea with nuclear ICBMs might be a threat to them.

AW: “This was a flat out threat to North Korea. If that fat little turd tries anything, North Korea will be flattened and paved over. This is language that, to my knowledge, has never been used in the United Nations.” Yup. But Trump didn’t stop there:

The Iran Deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into. Frankly, that deal is an embarrassment to the United States, and I don’t think you’ve heard the last of it — believe me.

Oh yeah!

Trump then went after Cuba and Venezuela.

The man is on track to be up there with Reagan. If he keeps it up, he could end up better than Reagan.

Still More Political Miscellany, OK and Mr. Cellany

The Atlantic actually calls out the violent left:

Hecklers see Trump supporter sporting an Israeli flag, tell him to “get the fuck out” of Boston:

College student: I feel unsafe and unwelcome because someone threw a banana peel into a tree!
The energetic encouragement of insanity in the modern educational system is something we are going to have to address eventually.

As one commenter at Vox Popoli says about the DACA illegals,

“So their parents committed a crime and the children should be rewarded? I guess if my father robs a bank I can keep the money since I did nothing wrong.”

Exactly. We’ve had enough of that shit. That fact that some woman in another country fell on her back and spread her legs for some dude doesn’t make me obligated to care for their kid. It’s the fucking parents’ obligation to take care of their damn kid.

Syllogism a la mode: I once had a kid. I then dropped him off in your yard. Therefore, you’re obligated to let the kid live in your house for the rest of his life. You cannot even pretend that this is a morally serious argument.

James Comey started drafting statement exonerating Hillary Clinton before FBI interviewed her, aides.
(Warning before you click: Obnoxious ads all over the place.)

Former FBI Director James Comey started to draft a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in the bureau’s investigation into her use of a private email server before the FBI interviewed her or her key witnesses, the Senate Judiciary Committee said Thursday.

“Conclusion first, fact-gathering second,” is how Republican Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham characterized Comey’s investigation.

The Judiciary Committee reviewed transcripts, which were heavily redacted, indicating Comey began drafting the exoneration statement in April or May 2016, before the FBI interviewed up to 17 key witnesses, including Clinton and some of her close aides.

I also learned from this link that

Democrats in Congress alleged last fall that Comey’s actions in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s email use violated the Hatch Act, which caused the Office of Special Counsel to launch an investigation.

Now there’s something the leftist media hasn’t been mentioning during the “It was corrupt to fire Comey!” nonsense!

At Salon, of all places:
“Time to give up on identity politics: It’s dragging the progressive agenda down.”

Subheading: “Identity politics has only served to disempower the left and fuel the rise of white nationalism. Can we move on?”


I’m Done with the NFL

Bye, drama queens.

You spit on my country, and then when the President taps you on the shoulder and says “That’s out of line,” you double down. So this is what you’ve revealed to me: You not only hate my country – which would be enough for me to tell you to fuck off – hating it is important enough to you to double down over it.

Fuck you.


When the Civil War Starts…

(Part 1 of what is, let’s face it, going to be a long series.)

It will be every American’s duty, and it will be strategically vital, to smash every surveillance camera anywhere, private-sector or government.

And the same goes for all other surveillance systems.

We have to get the private ones as well as the government ones because the government can subpoena them. Note “subpoena” implies the rule of law or something with a superficial resemblance to law. But even if the facade of law totally breaks down, the government will still be able to access some video feeds by subterfuge or overwhelming force.


NOTE TO SELF: TAG RED PILL, REDPILL, AND RED-PILL. Also La Pill Roja and LLIP DER, just to be safe.

Via The Chateau at

someone named Sage Moon (seriously) has written a…

No, wait.

Someone named Sage Moon has let her rationalization hamster off the leash and allowed it to write a screed about…

No, wait.

Someone named Sage Moon has fed her rationalization hamster crude oil, radioactive waste, anabolic steroids, Hamster Growth Hormone, positrons from the solar wind of an anti-matter star, Mountain Dew, methol-flavored crack, and concentrated essence of Acapulco Gold, and let it off the leash and allowed it to write a screed about how awesome imprisoned killers are.

It begins like this:

To call it ‘life-changing’ diminishes my experience. This was soulful. Raw. Nothing but absolutely human at its core.

I maintained arm’s length distance from Carl and stared into his eyes. We’d been in prison together for nearly nine hours though Carl had already spent 11 years behind these walls. Jason Mraz echoed from the speakers as we stood on the cold concrete of the sterile gym at Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, CA.

“…I won’t give up on us

Even if the skies get rough

I’m giving you all my love

I’m still looking up…”

Carl never took his eyes off mine, and I never took mine off his. Tears streamed down my cheeks but I smiled through them; I radiated every.single.ounce of love in my being to every man in that room.

“…Cause even the stars they burn

Some even fall to the earth

We’ve got a lot to learn

God knows we’re worth it

No, I won’t give up”

As the song ended, Carl handed me a yellow rose. I breathed in, making sure to forever associate the intoxicating smell of the flower with that precise moment.

Dear God. Does she realize she’s verbalizing an orgasm in public?

Also, if you’re a dude who hasn’t taken the red pill yet, here’s a question to ask:

Has a woman ever reacted like that to a friendly nice guy?

Next there’s a photo of La Moon smiling at a prisoner. Her caption:

(super unflattering picture capturing 12 hours of tears and pure love as Carl gave me that rose)

(Parentheses in original.)

Later we get:

But, what truly transformed me is the deeply intimate humanity I shared with people whose goodness and ability to love I doubted… What transformed me is that I looked into the eyes of other humans, I felt their love, and I wanted to be love for them, and I wanted the room to be love so bright that it pulsed along with the collective love that fuels our existence. So I chose to be love. And as soon as I did, that love hit me hard, and it was overwhelming in a way that I can’t express.


I wanted to experience the pulsing as they all thrust their ideas into my mind, forcibly ramming through my preconceptions, plunging into my, um, left parietal lobe as fact after fact pistoned into my prostrate, stretched-open, uh, mind. Oh God! OH GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHD!!!

Huh? Wha? Where was I? Oh yeah, I was appreciating Carl’s turgid, thrusting, penetrating, ah, insight. And humanity.

Again, if you’re a dude who hasn’t taken the red pill…

Next it gets somewhat surprising, even for me, and I was expecting a thug-loving nuclear hamster. They played a game called Step To The Line. The prisoners and the visitors face each other near two lines on the floor. An announcer calls out questions. You step forward to the line if your answer is Yes. Or, if you’re already on the line from the previous question, you stay there. Here’s Moon’s account of part of this game:

“How many of you have taken another person’s life?” I looked into my partner’s eyes, he stayed on the line.

“How many of you haven’t forgiven yourselves for something you’ve done?” He stayed on the line, I joined him. Tears welled up in his eyes and streamed down my face. Through silent validation, both knowing our ‘something’ was worlds apart, we smiled, and we cried, and we shared so, so much love in that moment.

She’s sharing so, so much love with a confessed killer. Think about this. Now has a woman ever reacted that way to a friendly nice guy?

Yes, I know she’s not typical. (At least, I don’t think she is. Sometimes I wonder.) But note that the distribution of female sexual response – let’s stop being coy about what she’s expressing here – encompasses this killer-lusting woman at one end. It does not encompass a nice-guy-lusting woman at the other end. No woman has ever reacted like that, with that kind of of BLAST of sexual arousal, to a nice guy, and no woman ever will.

She stood face to face with a man who confessed to having killed a person, and she’s so turned on her socks are wet.

I could end this here; I think the point is made. But let’s keep going a little more.

Throughout the day, several men shared their stories. One man… ran away, and he joined a gang, and he got involved with drugs. Ultimately he took someone’s life and was convicted before he ever even learned how to drive. Maybe you can relate to some of his story, maybe you can’t. I can’t. And my heart completely broke listening to his journey of self-forgiveness.

Ah yes, “his journey of self-forgiveness.” What about the person he killed, you estrogen-torqued whackjob?!

This does make the point, though, that women simply don’t give a shit about the victims of violent men. That person gets no consideration from her. But thank goodness the killer managed to forgive himself! Phew!

There’s more in this vein; I haven’t quoted all of it.

Seriously, take the red pill.

No More Amnesties

Vox Day:

The law is clear, the principle is settled, the American people have been burned by such amnesties before and they are not going to accept another one, no matter how many sob stories about “Dreamers” are waved like red flags before the public.

Damn right. Don’t think that photos of 5-year-old kids with big, soulful brown eyes matter any more. We’re beyond that now. It’s a matter of whether we have a right to survive as a nation.

Day continues:

However, if there is one thing that is clear about Donald Trump, it is that he is capable of learning from his mistakes.

Agreed, and thank God.

His base needs to be very clear about the fact that failing to keep his word on DACA is not acceptable.

Quite. Hey Donald: We love you… but we’re watching.

President Trump, NEVER Cave In on Immigration

Mr. President, this is our last chance to save the country. At least, it is our last chance to save it without literal civil war. It will require a political fight, maybe the most hard-fought political fight in this country of the last 100 years. You must hold fast on all measures pertaining to immigration. This will involve fighting it out, not bluffing your opponents. They won’t be bluffed, they won’t cave in: They really want to destroy this country. So we’ll have to actually fight it out and win, not convince them to yield concessions. Nor will they hesitate to use absolutely any tactic, including blatant outright lying.

Any concession that you think you’ve gotten from them will be a lie. It will be just like the 1986 “deal”:
“Give us an amnesty today, and we promise we’ll start strict border enforcement tomorrow.”

Americans had an amnesty inflicted on them, but never got the enforcement.

The fate of our great nation depends on your not believing anything that Democrats, or treasonous Republicans, tell you about this.

On the subject of Leftist lying about immigration “deals,” here are two recent essays by the incomparable Ann Coulter. Both are short and it’s easy to read them straight through. Some key passages:

We Made Donald %#&@ Trump PRESIDENT — What Else Can We Do?

We already tried amnesty once. The 1986 amnesty under Reagan was supposed to be a one-time fix. We’d forgive the estimated 1 million illegal aliens living here and, in exchange, draconian measures would be imposed on any employer ever caught hiring an illegal again — up to a $10,000 fine per illegal and jail time for repeat offenders.

We never got the employer sanctions.

There weren’t 1 million illegals — it was 4 million.

It wasn’t a one-time fix. In another real-world example of “incentives,” the first amnesty led to a never-ending stream of illegals across our border, confident of getting in on the next amnesty. Today, there are at least 40 million illegals living in the U.S. (Eleven million is nonsense — they’ve been claiming that since the 1980s…)

We’re told the DACA amnesty will apply only to a very small, discrete group of unbelievably fantastic illegals — who melt Ivanka’s heart by refilling her water glass at Cipriani with such alacrity! [Yes, Coulter’s being sarcastic here, Mr. President, but she’s right: We cannot make these decisions based on emotional considerations. And it’s not reciprocated: The people who are flooding into our country don’t have any such tender notions about us.]

Not only that, but there will be strict requirements on who qualifies for a DACA amnesty.

None of which will ever be enforced.

…Every politician swears up and down that he wants a “secure border.” But then these same politicians go absolutely berserk when Trump says he wants to build a wall.

They say we’ll get enforcement right after the amnesty. That’s obviously absurd… As long as both political parties stoutly refuse to build the wall, we know they are not serious about ever stopping illegal immigration. (Luckily, the Constitution gives the commander in chief full authority to protect our borders, with or without congressional approval.)

We know what happened after the Reagan amnesty. We know politicians and the media are lying to us.

The second piece:


To see how DACA will actually work, let’s look at another extremely limited amnesty that was passed in 1986.

Farmers wanted temporary guest-worker permits for their cheap labor, so that they could continue pretending that the Industrial Revolution never happened and refuse to mechanize… The agricultural amnesty was supposed to apply to — at most — 350,000 illegal aliens. It would be available only to illegals who were currently in the country…

In the end, “up to 350,000 farm workers” turned into 1.3 million…

This innocent little amnesty for a small, clearly defined group of illegals quickly became amnesty for anyone who applied. The same thing will happen with any other amnesty, no matter how strictly the law is written. (And it won’t be written strictly.)

In the first few years of the agricultural amnesty, internal Immigration and Naturalization Service statistics showed that 888,637 legalization applications were fraudulent. According to immigration agents, “farm workers” stated in their interviews that cotton was purple or that they had pulled cherries from the ground.

Of the 888,637 fraudulent applications, guess how many our government approved. Answer: More than 800,000.

The agricultural amnesty was so carefully administered that not one, but TWO of the 1993 World Trade Center bombers were in this country because of it.

…The main problem with the farm worker amnesty, the DACA amnesty or any amnesty is that everyone involved in the entire immigration apparatus is feverishly working, on the taxpayer’s dime, to transform this country into a Third World hellhole.

…For two decades after the 1986 amnesty, the federal courts were tied up with dozens of class-action lawsuits brought on behalf of illegal aliens — regular illegal aliens, farm worker illegal aliens and still-in-Mexico illegal aliens — challenging every aspect of the law.

…Lawyers sued over everything — the absence of Creole interpreters, the requirement that illegals have proof of prior farm work and the rare denials of amnesty… Left-wing lawyers just had to pick the right judge, and they won.

In 2005 — nearly 20 years after the 1986 amnesty — the Ninth Circuit was still granting amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who claimed they had been unfairly denied because they were not in the country for the first amnesty. Seriously.

No matter how the law is written, as long as anyone is eligible for amnesty, everybody’s getting amnesty.

President Trump is the last president who will ever have a chance to make the right decision on immigration. After this, it’s over. The boat will have sailed.

If he succeeds, all the p@ssy-grabbing and Russia nonsense will burn off like a morning fog. He will be the president who saved the American nation, its character, its sovereignty, its core identity. But if he fails, Donald Trump will go down in history as the man who killed America.

Hungary Bills EU for Border Fence

Hungary sends the EU a bill for their border fence:

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been something of a thorn in the side of the EU for quite a while now when it comes to the refugee crisis and questions over terrorism and illegal immigration. While most of the rest of the union has been bending over backwards to keep pace with Angela Merkel’s plans for unlimited immigration and open borders, Hungary has taken a hard line in keeping the illegal migrants out. This has led the EU to recently consider imposing penalties on Hungary for their failure to get with the program.

Orban came up with an even better response of his own. He just sent the European Union a bill for $476 million to cover half the cost of the razor wire fence he put up to keep the flow of immigrants out.

Via Anonymous Conservative at

Not only is it perfectly just to present the EU with a bill, given EU “mandates” about immigration, and good politics, it also has the benefit of going on the offensive. Always being on the offensive is indeed the strategy the left used against us the last 50 years, and it certainly has worked for them. As Anon Conserv comments:

The more you go on the attack with the left, the more the left is trapped by having to repel your attack, and the less energy they have to insist on their own initiatives. As Donald insists on making Mexico pay for the wall and deports illegals at a record pace, the left finds itself forced to fight those initiatives, hoping to just diminish the success of one. While they are doing that, they are not lobbying to let illegals vote in our elections, or seek a path to citizenship.