The Washington DC Effect

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“Perspective is everything” and “perception is reality” have become the Wordist’s way of restating the ‘theory of relativity’ in social terms.

The Nation, which our founding fathers fought and died for and their Posterity built from its ashes, has mutated into one giant ‘all-inclusive’ Sandals Resort. This “flip-flops only” immigration destination is replete with free education for “refugees”, in-state tuition rates for anchor babies, and Constitutional rights for everybody. All on the backs of our ancestors and at the expense of OUR children and grandchildren.

Let me be clear, geographical proximity to Washington DC does NOT guarantee one constitutional rights and special privileges. Earned citizenship and shared, spilled blood does that.

Sometimes proximity to problem-solving or an ongoing project blurs a man’s strategic focus and clouds his vision. These particular points in time represent opportunities where an objective professional can truly add value in industry or on the campaign trail. As is the case with the white mantra and the swarm’s meme seeding, perhaps we’re all positioned a little too close to our hard work to see the fruits of our labor, let alone accurately predict likely net outcomes.

Today, Dr. David Duke announced that a vote against Trump (and inaction on our part) is treason against our race. While I’m all for call to action, a large part of my soul remains skeptical about this assertion. Both Marco Rubio’s and John Kasich’s names have been bandied about lately. Then, yesterday, the Teflon Don told CNN that he will likely pick “a political insider.” Uh-oh… alarm bells and train whistles should be going off everywhere; standby to standby for a healthy salvo of Bob Whitaker “I told you so’s.”

Will Donald Trump unwind our tightly-wound memetic velvet web by selecting a paycheck cuckservative or non-White for Vice President? Wait. Isn’t this the year of the outsider? We’ll know for certain if Donald Trump is the real deal when he selects a pro-white dissident or less than respectable conservative for Vice President. I’m thinking Ann Coulter or Patrick Buchanan would seal the deal for me. Nevertheless, it appears to me that we’ve covered new ground in near record time.

Another major challenge with pioneering new frontiers is being unable to use history as a barometer and project likely net outcomes. Many on our team have run into this phenomenon lately, even our good ol’ coach.

Think of this challenge as a bit like attempting to triangulate with only one known node or “solving for x” with only one known variable. My major concern is that a brighter future for our children is largely running on fumes and guttural, killer instinct here, folks.

The most important takeaway is not so much knowing what to expect, but that we are pioneering new frontiers at all. No matter the outcome of this election year and its midterm spinoff, what’s crystal clear is that BUGS has stretched the Overton Window so far right that we have now made the impossible possible… again.

We have done our part on this leg of the journey. Now, it is America who must choose wisely… in 2024.

As they say, “The sky’s the limit,” and we all have “miles to go before I sleep.”