Bolsonaro Wins!

I’m surprised by how little mention there has been on the right about Jair Bolsonaro’s win in Brazil.

The only righty who’s giving his win any prominent mention is Jim, here: https://blog.jim.com/party-politics/the-right-wins-in-brazil/ Vox Day hasn’t mentioned it at all (WTF?). Instapundit and Ace of Spades have each given it only one brief mention.

Heeellllllloooooooooo! This is huge!

Bolsonaro is described as “even worse than Trump” by the left. If the left describes him that way he must be good. And of course they’ve pulled out the usual “racist, sexist, homophobic,” etc.

Jim says:

His political program is on the face of it unremarkable: for gun rights, for family, against abortion, for capitalism, for God, for country, for secure property rights and in particular for secure property rights in land and houses, against crime and corruption.

So he’s for good stuff and against bad stuff. Well, that explains why the left hates him.

Bolsonaro’s victory means the rebellion against the disgusting left is gaining momentum. Of course that was already obvious, but now it has spread to three continents: North America (Trump), continental Europe and the UK (Brexit vote in the UK; too many encouraging events to mention on the continent), and now South America (Bolsonaro). And the most populous country in South America, by the way.

This encourages us and discourages the bad guys.

It makes life significantly more difficult for the globalists as they now have to spread themselves thinner over a larger set of adversaries. The game of whack-a-mole they have to play has just gotten significantly more complicated.

The left’s precious Overton Window continues to be smashed.

The preference cascade has grown. An entire nation of people just joined the chorus shouting “The Emperor’s not wearing any clothes!”

People who naturally are in sympathy with us but have been too intimidated to join in will now be less intimidated.

Fence-sitters who only care about being on the winning team have even more evidence that the momentum has shifted in favor of the good guys.

Another delightful feature of this: It shows that racial politics is not as simple as many had thought. Brazil is less white than the US, and they voted for a man who’s “more extreme than Trump, ZOMG!” …and by a wider margin: Bolsonaro won by more than 55% to 45%.

Slate is pricelessly going on suicide watch over the racial politics aspect of Bolsonaro’s victory: https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/10/bolsonaro-brazil-election-lessons.html

Get ready for a schadenboner (ladies, get ready to get, er, schaden-wet).

Headline: Lessons From Brazil
Sub-head: A disturbing election shows that we can’t count on the lessons of history—or multiculturalism—to save democracy.

Translation: We thought that if we demographically replaced white people, we lefties would win. But oh no! That’s not guaranteed!

Some choice quotes:

“the biggest democracy in Latin America is now in mortal danger.”

LOL. Lefties are such assholes. Whenever they don’t win, they define it as “not democratic.” The left really does believe that “democracy” means “the left always wins.” That is, they ascribe no legitimacy to actual democracy.

PS: Eat shit, loser.

And “The danger to Brazil’s democratic institutions is very serious indeed.”

The dork draws “four important lessons” from Bolsonaro’s win, among them:

“The populist wave is still accelerating.”

Oh no! Politicians who appeal to the people are winning elections!

Sweet!

Another “lesson” (extended quotes in bold):

Countries don’t learn from their history

…Another election that took place on Sunday shows that Brazil is not the only country in which elites have long been too willing to assume that a dark past would somehow pave the way for a brighter future. When I traveled to Berlin to talk to some of Germany’s most senior politicians in the fall of 2016, at a time when the far-right Alternative for Germany already enjoyed double-digit support in many polls, nearly all of them assured me that Germans, well aware of the dangers of fascism, would never give the far-right the 5 percent they needed to enter the Bundestag. Less than 12 months later, they got 13 percent in federal elections held in September 2017, becoming the country’s third-strongest party.

Alternative for Germany’s streak of success has only continued since. Just this past Sunday, it took 13 percent of the vote in Hesse, a state that should provide them with less fertile hunting ground. Thanks to this latest victory, the party is now represented in every single state parliament in the country.

According to the left, if you don’t want to be gang-raped by hordes of invaders (put Cologne, New Year’s Eve into a search engine) you’re a “far-right extremist.”

Next “lesson”:

Authoritarian demagogues can thrive in diverse countries

Demography, it turns out, is not destiny.
We thought it was! We might not be as clever as we thought! Uh oh!

Particularly in the United States, many people equate authoritarian populism with xenophobia, and xenophobia with white people.
First of all, Fuck you. Secondly, notice how the demographic group that votes most consistently for small government is called the group that most supports authoritarianism. The left loves to do this: to assert the precise, exact opposite of the truth. It happens too often to be a coincidence; I think it’s some sort of lying fetish.

A candidate like Trump, they believe, can only appeal to a dwindling white majority running scared because it is about to lose its privileges.
Behold: “losing your country” is translated into left-speak as “losing your privileges.”

A surprisingly hopeful conclusion follows from this frightening premise: Because the United States—and many other countries around the world—are growing more diverse, the potential for authoritarian populists keeps shrinking. If only we get through the next few years, the good side will win the demographic race and triumph over the populists.

Bolsonaro’s success shows that this is simply not the case… Bolsonaro has managed to win well over half of the vote in a country that is already “majority minority.”

Looks like your side is in trouble!

NelsonHaHa

The same, I’m afraid, could easily be possible in the United States… a recent poll showed that more than four in 10 Latinos approve of his [Trump’s] performance in office.

HOW CAN THIS BE?! WE CALLED HIM RACIST! DIDN’T THEY HEAR US CALL HIM RACIST?!

In short, the rise of Bolsonaro shows that Brazilian democracy now faces an acute threat…
LOL, “democracy faces an acute threat” means “the left didn’t win.”

the populist wave continues to go strong; that we should not trust democratic messiahs to deliver us…

Note that in a moment of weakened focus, he inadvertently lets slip how he actually feels about democracy: “we leftists cannot trust democracy.”

Oops, be careful, dude! Your self-censorship algorithm glitched there for a second!

The people are going to continue to reject the totalitarians of the left, no matter how much you try to label the right totalitarians, authoritarians, etc. And the best thing about it is that you can’t stop yourselves. The holiness spiral that you’re caught up in forces you to be more extreme over time, even as the voters come to hate the extremism more and more.

You and your asshole leftist friends:

I’m melting, melting! Ohhhhh, what a world, what a world! Who would have thought that some little voters like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness!?

6 thoughts on “Bolsonaro Wins!”

  1. > Headline: Lessons From Brazil
    > Sub-head: A disturbing election shows that we can’t count on the lessons of history—or multiculturalism—to save democracy.

    These people are so alien to me that honest to God I no longer understand what they mean when they write things like that.
    Not being disingenuous, I just don’t know what it means anymore.

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  2. His “multiculturalism” remark means, “Oh, shit! Submerging whites in a tidal wave of non-whites might not always have the political results we expected!”

    With the left you usually have to do some translating, since they rarely speak plainly. They CAN’T speak plainly, because what they want is horrible: Totalitarianism and genocide.

    “Totalitarianism and genocide” is spoken as “socialism and the anti-fascist struggle,” or whatever.

    “We want men to have only legal obligations and no rights, and for women to have only legal rights and no obligations,” comes out as “Feminism is about equality!” and so on.

    I used to think the left was being cynical 100% of the time when they claimed to hear coded “dog-whistles” in right-wing speech. Now I suspect that they’re being sincere sometimes: Because they are constantly saying things other than what they mean, because they are constantly speaking to each other in code, perhaps they assume that we do that too.

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  3. > His “multiculturalism” remark means, “Oh, shit! Submerging whites in a tidal wave of non-whites might not always have the political results we expected!”

    You must be right, because that interpretation fits the rest of the article you cite.
    But what the fuck does “lessons of multiculturalism” mean. I would love for them to explain their own terms, what on earth are those lessons. Are they just throwing random words around?

    If the meaning of words is so different for these people, how could we possibly communicate?

    > With the left you usually have to do some translating, since they rarely speak plainly. They CAN’T speak plainly

    I’ve noticed that. They seem power mad, and words are just another tool in their “by any means necessary” strategy, so they just twist their meaning.

    > I used to think the left was being cynical 100% of the time when they claimed to hear coded “dog-whistles” in right-wing speech. Now I suspect that they’re being sincere sometimes

    They assume you use language as a manipulation tool, because that’s what they would do.

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