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New Novel Release: “Reparations Core” by Philip Wyeth

This is Philip Wyeth here to announce the publication of my new novel, “Reparations Core.” This is my fourth book, and the third installment in the “Reparations” series.

So today, I thought I would discuss the scope of these books, since they tap into a pretty heavy concept. Discussion about Reparations for slavery seems to be more and more in the news lately, to the point that it might actually be one of the Democrat Party’s major issues in 2020.

My series takes place in the year 2028, with the premise being that in 2024 a Chinese-American woman is elected president on a Reparations ticket. In order to determine who owes or gets paid what, a centralized supercomputer is set up to scan and aggregate all of humanity’s collected documents.

Here is one of the main thrusts established in the first book of this series, “Reparations USA.” That a surveillance state will spring out of the Left’s restitution-for-colonialism crusade. And how can anyone control where that kind of scrutiny will stop?

So that first book is very much a frantic world-building exercise, but at the same time is more than just some reactionary white apology. How so? First, some of the real-world complexities and nuances are explored through the arc of two of my minority characters.

And then—as good sci-fi often strives for—I offer a broader, more forward-thinking vision through a new religion called Modestianity. This group is not quite Luddite or Amish, but they do see the pitfalls of embracing all forms of new technology, without at least assessing the pros and cons along the way.

In the second book, “Reparations Mind,” I really dig into the searching, philosophical side of this religion, as a means to ask deep questions that apply to us all today. For example, how do we retain our human dignity when the camera’s amoral eye watches us with far less compassion than any God might?

This book also dives deeper into what exactly causes us to believe what we do. For how many years has the education system been more about indoctrinating an army of sleeper-cell change agents, than simply helping children develop independent, critical thinking skills?

The broader series plot centers around the 2028 election. Everything seemed to have been going well for the president, but in early October a hacker group takes over the Reparations supercomputer, and all of a sudden a sense of doubt sweeps across the country.

People start to ask, is this Reparations program really working? Have we opened a Pandora’s Box of retribution that will paralyze society, and risk stopping all progress as mankind obsessively looks over its shoulder? Book two ends on this cliffhanger of uncertainty, for the cast as well as the country.

And without revealing the election results, I’ll say that the new release, “Reparations Core,” picks right back up again in the lame-duck months of November and December. And if book two was a heavy, deep dive of self-discovery for the characters, then this one reads more like a slow burn, political thriller.

I kept the chapters shorter and moving along quickly, building readers up to major events both in the middle and at the end. We see the cast come face to face with previously unknown—and sometimes unpleasant—aspects of themselves when forced to make difficult choices under pressure.

And I think that’s why this trilogy might appeal to people who at first bristle at the thought of reading books about Reparations for slavery. Because the series is character driven, and they’re all treated fairly as we dig deep into questions of identity when living under the shadow of major ideological movements. These novels are very much a mirror of life today, as well as satirically imagining what might happen over the next decade.

Is accounting for the sins of the past worth the risk of unleashing a tornado of vengeance that might never stop? Is there a specific amount of concession or capitulation that would satisfy old grievances? And if not, are you prepared for the consequences of the revolt if white guilt gave way to… white survivalism or white existentialism?

Because at the end of the day, these books are an act of faith on my part. I’m a white guy whose ancestors fought in the American Revolution, and on both sides of the Civil War. But I moved from my home state of Virginia out to Los Angeles—I’m a creator and a business starter. The thousand or more hours I spent writing these books during the past two years could have been spent just making money, instead of racking my brain about how to dramatize the major issues facing us all. I could have written young adult fiction, urban fantasy, or the latest and most preposterous write-to-market trend, reverse harem.

But I sensed a spiritual sickness and a political rift that could very well usher in Balkanization here in America—if not a second civil war. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again now—despite the twitching urges of our dormant bloodlust, we do not actually want something like that to happen.

I don’t know if the momentum toward conflict can be stopped, and here’s another question: would it really be called a “civil war” when nearly a quarter of the population is either foreign-born or a first-generation immigrant?

But maybe that’s a can of worms for another day, or another book. For now, I offer up “Reparations USA,” “Reparations Mind,” and “Reparations Core.” A series that’s full of heart, humor, insights, unexpected twists, and enough futuristic flavors to satisfy fans of science fiction and political thrillers alike.

You can find these books on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, iTunes, and Smashwords. Signed paperbacks are also available for purchase on my website, philipwyeth.com.

And just a heads-up: I’ve got a brand new sci-fi series in the works that I’m very excited about. I hope to release the first installment of that in a few months. Subscribe to this channel, or follow me on Twitter or Instagram for updates. Thanks very much for listening.

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Video was originally uploaded on March 29, 2019.

The Jussie Smollett Hoax is the New Ice Bucket Challenge

This is Philip Wyeth. Pretty ecstatic right now that the Jussie Smollett hate crime hoax story’s falling apart. Why? Because on the night of the alleged attack, I wrote this on Twitter in response to the claim that the people who attacked him said, “This is MAGA country!”

I wrote, “This is Egg-On-Your-Face country.” Millions of credulous fools allowing themselves to be whipped into a Pavlovian frenzy by media manipulators. But ‘the feels’ of virtue signaling are
too good to resist.”

Now here we are, two, three weeks later, and it’s all falling apart in outrageous fashion. Every day some new ridiculous detail is coming out. Will this guy take the fall? Will he go to prison? Or will it just be one of those things where in the media, “He needs to take some time for himself, he needs to go to rehab”?

And there would be no consequences for what? Essentially slandering white people, Republicans, Trump supporters.

But what gets me about this whole Smollett thing is it reminds me of the Ice Bucket Challenge a few years ago. Who had the courage to resist doing that stupid shit? You know, it took on a life of its own, and so every friend, every co-worker, every relative kept retweeting or forwarding the Facebook videos of them taking it, and “I challenge you.”

And this time it was the celebrities, the politicians, the media pouncing on this story dujor about some sort of hate crime. How many of these high-profile people are now gonna post, “Hey, I was wrong. I had the Fox Mulder reaction from X-Files. I want to believe.”

They all wanted to believe that this crime was true because it allowed them to believe in their
narrative, and then do some sort of public display of… reconciliation, lecturing, self-righteousness about, “We need to have that conversation.”

But now that it’s all falling apart and proving to be a lie… No, we need to have this conversation, where jerks like me, assholes like me who called it out—because my spidey sense was correct weeks ago—I was the one who was right.

Yeah, I’m a straight white guy who called bullshit on it the day of, while all of you got to pat each other on the back for weeks because you’re part of this self-righteous, progressive, forward-thinking—allegedly—movement. When in truth it was all a lie.

How many other hate hoaxes have been a lie since the 2016 election? Remember the Muslim girl who said that guys in MAGA hats ripped off her hijab? Turns out she was late for her curfew and didn’t want to get her dad mad. And when she went into court a few days later, her head had been shaved by her father for lying to him! Where were you calling him out for his toxic masculinity?

We’re not even two months into the year and we’ve had a handful of these events that, on the surface were one thing, which made straight white males for the most part look bad—and then when the real story came out, it was anything but us who did it. When will you learn? Or because you’re part of this axis of the education, media, entertainment matrix you never face consequences for your incorrect assumptions. Your slanders, your lies.

How much money has the Chicago Police Department wasted that could have been spent on tracking down real criminals, chasing down this lie? How many times are you allowed to bear false witness against your political enemies before you face real-life consequences, and not just a retraction or a correction on page 28 of the newspaper?

And all of the websites like TMZ, New York Times, Good Morning America on TV, who made money on this story, promoting it, not doing their due diligence on the facts. Do you have to return that money, or maybe donate it to a charity in the same way that a celebrity or politician gets in trouble has to essentially give money to some organization that is tangentially related to the party they aggrieved?

I think at the root of this we can track down conformity as being one of the worst afflictions of modern American life. And it’s particularly evident among the political Left, because they’re in this arms race of going along to get along.

I remember when I was at a cigar shop last year and there was one man I was talking to, probably around my age, late thirties, smart guy, a lawyer. And he was saying something to the effect of, “change equals progress.”

And I disagree, and here’s two examples why. Let’s say you lose your arm in a car accident. That is a change, but that is not progress. You find out you have a tumor on your arm. Again, that is a change but that is not progress.

My guess is that even if Jussie Smollett did some kind of perp walk press conference, like Tiger Woods did years ago, the true believers who tweeted about this, wrote articles about it, held rallies about it… They just will not be able to back down and let it go. They are too invested in this narrative.

You just can’t reason with people or so bought into a certain ideology, narrative, group hug mentality that they are not capable of healthy skepticism, common sense, or just waiting to see how things play out. Because the rewards are instant in the Twitter, Instagram, Facebook world.

The bottom line is that the people who are skeptical and had to hold out, hold the line for the past few weeks and are now proven right tonight—all you’ve done is reduced the level of patience or pity we would have for such stories.

“The Boy Who Cried Wolf” is a fable that has stood the test of time for a reason. And it’s now not just the boy who cried wolf, because we can’t assume his gender! But it’s basically an ideology that has cried wolf, a mob that has cried wolf.

And I just think that if you keep trying to pull these things over the next couple of years, you’re taking us to the breaking point. And you really don’t want to see what happens when we get that glaze over our eyes and we just don’t care anymore what you think.

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Video was originally uploaded on February 16, 2019.

No Safe Headspace in the Melting Pot

This is Philip Wyeth, author of “Chasing the Best Days,” “Reparations USA,” and “Reparations Mind.”

Here at the car dealership where my truck is being repaired, the waiting area is filled with foreign-born people all speaking in their native tongue. One wonders at the infrastructure that was put in place to bombard Los Angeles, and most metropolitan areas it seems, with all these incongruous people.

Back in my home state of Virginia 3000 miles away, the never-ending saga of white/black race relations plays out its latest ineffectual act. It’s got all the platitudes and pandering and righteous posturing we’ve seen before, but which get everyone nowhere—meanwhile another million fresh arrivals to our country, who have no skin in this came, merrily put down their own roots.

Which makes me ask, if any alliance is to be made among heritage white and black Americans, is it a reactionary response to being thrown under the bus by our government, which allowed the so-called melting pot to be overwhelmed by too many new ingredients and random spices?

And if the race hustlers, hate-crime hoaxers, and self-flagellating Leftists won’t even allow us to notice this demographic change happening under our feet, then I suspect that the next reaction will be to channel our yearning need for meaning into a reluctant shedding of our American identity, and in its place return to being European and African.

Any such trend toward ancestral awareness, or even allegiance, would fall firmly at the feet of both government and business. It’s galling to think how casually their short-sighted materialism enabled them to sell out our country’s soul in order to accommodate millions of other nations’ citizens. Now after weathering endless wars, economic collapses, and a mass media propaganda machine that seeks to demoralize us, we Americans are exhausted and fighting for scraps here in this lowest-common-denominator nightmare of subsistence click-bait farming.

We’re so stunted and scatterbrained to the point that maybe there won’t be many more great inventions. No more great striving to create insightful or uplifting art. And certainly no taking inspiration from the great deeds of the past. Why? Because our ancestors didn’t do everything perfectly every time everywhere.

Instead street tacos are elevated to the level of cuisine on Yelp. Sports have lost their status as a “safe space” away from politics. And before judging someone by the content of their character, you must also take into consideration their sob story, or the concavity of their crotch.

The spirit of what made America functionally great—striving for excellence, merit, lofty goals—is being crushed and extinguished in favor of creating a docile monochrome population that sits and shops rather than scales mountains. Zombies who use technology not to further unlock nature’s secrets, but to indulge the Seven Deadly Sins—and sprinkle a little self-entitled grievance on top for good measure.

Picture a small device in your house, such as a coffee maker or electric toothbrush. Think about all the micro-innovations that went into the process of creating the model you purchased. Countless hours spent testing and tweaking the components, all adding to the large repository of knowledge that is later applied to an improved version or another new product altogether.

This is what we in America perfected in the post-WWII boom years—and now risk just throwing away because, what? We’ve saturated the world with technology and home goods, so now the next great messianic dream is to end all conflict and perceived inequity by merging all races into one pigment?

But that’s not how it will play out. Already this new Democrat freshman class is showing the plan: that we will always have to look at each and every thing through the prism of race, class, religion, and ethnic homeland. Like a jeweler holding up his loop to inspect a diamond’s features and noting its flaws, now we too will look at the new Oral-B rotating head electric toothbrush and demand to know: how many women of color were on the team that crafted the motor?

Because we are not free to look up or forward anymore. The Kurt Vonnegut story “Harrison Bergeron,” with its Handicapper General making everyone equal, has become a mental reality.

Our imported problems like Ilhan Omar are here to bite clean through our ankles, rather than fix the countries their own families ran away from. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the vanguard of people who run their mouths to beat an opponent into submission to get what they want, rather than doing the work of quiet introspection that envisions how to solve the problem of morphing clunky DOS-prompt computers into the elegant, handheld smartphones we use today.

So the fork in the road isn’t just about skin color or gender. It’s about having the courage to stand up to people who want to hold a society hostage. Because as we’ve seen especially in the past month, no amount of capitulation or concessions to the Left-wing mob is ever enough. Whether you never opened your mouth but wore the wrong hat, or spent a political career pandering to them, one day that locust swarm will surely come for you.

To keep our self-respect and finally defeat them, from now on just say to them over and over again: no, no… no!

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Video was originally uploaded on February 5, 2019.

Cosmopolitan Balkanization in the Savvy Smartphone Age

All right YouTube, let’s do a little “Phil by the Dashboard Light .” Tip of the cap to Alex, I hope you don’t hate me for that one.

But I had an idea this morning called “Cosmo-Balkanization,” which I think is happening or going to happen in this country soon. And the thought is this: So with the likes of Ocasio-Cortez being touted as the new face of the Democratic party… You know, Hispanic immigrant or child of immigrants, supplanting old white male Democrat politicians, that’s going to be the future, they say.

But I think it’s going to be further than that, because of some anecdotes and experiences I’ve got to relate encountering immigrants or children of immigrants here in Los Angeles.

The first one is a Ukrainian woman that I met over the summer. Has an American boyfriend but she’s from the Ukraine, and we were out drinking, talking, getting to know each other, and I guess later in the evening the topic of immigration came up, and my thoughts were we need to slow it down, potentially go back to a 1924, “let’s close the borders down for a while, there’s just too many new people here.”

And I think the latest news story saying that sixty million people don’t speak English at home, that’s not a recipe for a, you know, if not homogeneous, sort of country on the same page with itself. So I told her, yeah, I think we should slow it down.

And herself, only coming here recently, disagreed with that. And one of her points was the fact that because I came from the East Coast, I’m from the DC area, but now I live in California. And because I did that, people should be able to come here too. And I had to explain, well no, because I’m moving within the borders of my own country. I’m not going to Canada. I’m not going to Chile. So what I sensed from her was a sense of entitlement, that she should be here, everyone should be here, everyone should go where they want to go.

And in theory that’s a nice concept, this migration notion that everyone gets to wander around. But there’s simply a capacity for… logistical capacities for being able to stay somewhere. Toilets, furnishings, plumbing capacity, sewage systems, food… trucking in the food. All this stuff, no one thinks about that stuff.

And in fact about a year ago or so I had an Uber driver, I’m not sure where he was from, but he was Jewish and there was some sort of foreign, slight foreign tongue to him. And we were talking about stuff and the concept of migrants, immigration came up, and again, what’s the capacity? When do we shut it off? And his thoughts were, well, if you have the room, the space, or the extra money, the extra food, just let ’em in. And again, should that really be the threshold? “Oh well, I have $5 in my pocket. I have to give this to somebody else now.”

No consideration for the fact of what if I’m saving up for a new truck for work? Or I’m saving up for a gift for my child? No, it’s if you have this dollar now you have to give it to somebody else who’s less fortunate or shows up saying they need it. And that is no way to long-term run a society or a family or a business, because that doesn’t, that’s so short-sighted, doesn’t think about the consequences. And if it’s simply a matter of heartstrings, sad images, “I need,” nothing will ever progress with great leaps forward, of inventions, breakthroughs, art.

You know, if someone’s going to be a great violinist, a classical composer, that doesn’t happen overnight. They need a “safe space,” if you will, for many years. To have the quiet space physically so that their mind and body can work together to to learn the instrument and learn the history and to become a great player.

So stepping back to what I was saying earlier about entitlement for foreigners moving in here, and Cosmo-Balkanization. Well, the “cosmo” comes from cosmopolitanism, and I think what we’re seeing because of smartphones is that people around the world have been empowered in a way that was never possible before.

And I think it’s a very interesting experiment, an anthropological science experiment that we’re all part of. Because some of the work that I do in my business, you know, they hire illegal laborers from Central and South America. And I see these guys at their lunch breaks playing with their phones, and I think it’s pretty fascinating.

What is a person from a very small impoverished town in Mexico, who’s now in Los Angeles with a smartphone. What is he getting up to? What is he looking at what? What is he exploring? What is he putting his mind into? Is it just video games or is he trying to learn history?

And then what at what websites, what news sites target first-generation, straight-out-of-the-field immigrants in 2018? What kind of information are they putting in their heads? Is it a matter of indoctrination? Is it entertainment, like Univision with the big-breasted sitcoms?

So anyway in previous generations I think you would have more humble, grateful immigrants. But now because everyone is sort of a “global citizen,” everyone’s hearing the same music, seeing the same movies, we’ve got these smartphones, yeah you just feel like, “I’m here. I can be here. I’m not going to be thankful to this new country.”

And that’s where we’re seeing politically on the news people who’ve been here for less than five, ten, fifteen, twenty years screaming in the streets about Brett Kavanaugh or “white males.” And I guess I’m trying to posit, this is how it happened. This is how it’s happening, and how it’s only going to get worse.

And people have been enabled to be ungrateful because it pushes at an agenda. Particularly politically it’s for the Democrats’ agenda. People are being enabled to be ungrateful because they’re actually pawns in a larger political game. Demographic change, electoral change. All in all, this is terrible for any country that would want to stay intact, and have a sense of identity.

You know, you watch a movie from the late 80s, even some comedy like “The Naked Gun,” and you’re just like, that world is gone. That America is completely gone. And am I allowed, is anyone allowed to lament the fact that the America of their childhood really is gone? Not just a matter of, “I was a boy and now I’m a man, and I’m sad.” No, that world is completely gone, and because I’m a “straight white male,” I’m supposed to shut up and not lament.

Anyway, the future that I see is basically more Balkanization, more special interests, more in-group preference getting a toehold politically. And then the question is, do the new groups that have power, whether it’s Somalis up in Minnesota, or maybe Ukrainians here in LA, Chinese, Korean, Mexicans everywhere… Are they going to really buy in to the principles of the Founding Fathers?

And also something I heard Luke Ford discuss with Jim Goad in an interview sometime in the last year. Luke Ford is an Australian, grew up Christian, converted to Judaism because of Dennis Prager’s radio show here in Los Angeles.

His thoughts are, Northern European culture is the only culture to put principles over tribe, because to survive those harsh winters up in Scandinavia, say, you had to agree on ideas so everyone could survive. Whereas other cultures were always getting marched on and invaded through. The Middle East, Italy, Africa. So tribal/family bonds were more important than principles and ideas.

So the question is, here in America can all these people from more tribal cultures—Asia, Latin America, Africa—can they give up those tribal/family agendas, or loyalties, and really believe in ideas and principles? And maybe that’s what the whole “living, breathing Constitution” versus “strict interpretation” comes from.

So that’s about as far as I’m gonna go with those thoughts right now. I’m very fascinated by it. I don’t know if it bodes well for the future, but you know, if we see… People are talking civil war, that’s one of the new memes, but maybe there are more nuanced changes coming up beyond just outright violence. And if you know about it, if you can if you can visualize it, maybe you can help react to it, if not influence it.

So thanks for listening. My third novel, the first book in a new series actually, is coming out in mid-October. I’ll be making some videos about that pretty soon. I’m very excited! Check my website PhilipWyeth.com subscribe to this channel.

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Video was originally uploaded on October 2, 2018.

America is Just a Place Where People Live

This is Philip Wyeth. There is a malaise in the air across America. We are a distinct personality type finding ourselves without a homeland. The time in which we grew up is over and gone, and now the land on which we were born is being razed and resculpted.

The world’s poorest and the world’s richest squeeze us from both sides. Then the mind-controlling media tell us how wonderful it is to be a taxi driver or hotel owner, using fancy terms like Uber and Airbnb.

Where are the children of Babe Ruth, Motown, Francis Ford Coppola, and classic rock lore supposed to go in an era when assimilation means the children of foreigners who skipped the line are indoctrinated by childless white Leftist professors into ingratitude and being angry at the country where they want to live?

Is America only desirable because we have toilets and electricity and mostly peaceful streets? Those of us who grew up in the 80s and 90s wanted to make ourselves great, but have been hamstrung by the complete lack of noblesse oblige by our elites.

Economic malfeasance and betrayal on every level have made saving money a losing proposition, and homeownership as a concept almost a human right, but in actuality has become an arms race leading to impossible prices.

Seventeen years of demoralizing and expensive wars all based on highly dubious allegations. The wholesale dismantling of our manufacturing base, while politicians talk on TV about supporting “working families.” Schools so out of touch that we import workers to do high-paying tech jobs.

Now a divided population is licking its chops as if some sort of internal conflict is inevitable.

Were all these policies and misadventures worth it if at the end of the day we have a device in our pocket that can play any song we want, but we cannot communicate with our next door neighbor, either because of a language or political divide?

The America I grew up in was a place that fostered me to be great. It had a distinct identity and a culture that sizzled with creative energy. Now this country is a playpen for the world’s richest to buy up real estate. We’re told it’s a “human right” for the world’s poorest to homestead in an endless stream, using any number of insidious justifications.

And yet people scratch their heads why those of us who were already here fall into despair, smoking meth, committing suicide. It’s because we have the eyes to see that in the course of just one generation the United States has ceased to be the country where an idea was protected and nurtured, to sprout wings through invention, art, freedom of thought and speech.

Now, as the melting pot begins to smell more like a chamber pot, it appears to me that America is just a place where people live. And if that’s the case, and we are told we don’t have a distinct identity like Japan or India, who will take in our mass of anachronistic spiritual refugees?

Or are we expected to quietly be marched into the ghettos of silence, because our history and opinions offend those whose own home countries have far fewer rights than the ones they twist and grandstand upon to use against us?

The phalanx of grievance and entitlement is converging upon good, everyday Americans. All we wanted to do was enjoy life and have families, but it turns out we owe the entire population of the world everything. Literally everything.

We will be hounded by government, self-loathing Leftists, sad media images to manipulate our emotions, and ultimately the Democrats’ army of imported voters.

But to even observe and make predictions is called “hate,” because our globalist overlords have a long-term plan for the world. A total-surveillance heaven without borders or war, because we’re all the same skin tone, have the same opinion, and obediently apply for a permit to purchase a kitchen knife.

But it’s all just part and parcel of being a good global citizen.

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Video was originally uploaded on September 10, 2018.

Using Life’s Highs and Lows to Put Our Minds Back on Track

This is Philip Wyeth. It’s been quite an action-packed month for me since my last video. But before I dive into all that, just look at the craftsmanship in this brickwork here. I passed by this building a couple times while it was being constructed and just couldn’t help but admire the craftsmanship, the quality, the attention to detail. So I stopped by last weekend just to take a closer look. Unfortunately the guy who did the work wasn’t actually there. I guess he was done by the time I passed by. But just incredible. And people talk about wanting to change the world. Well, look at this! This guy has changed the face of this neighborhood forever just by his craftsmanship.

So anyway, over the past month, when my last couple videos came out where… you know, I had a sort of snarky attitude, if you will, or falling into a certain corner of the ideological battles we’re in right now. And just a lot has happened since then, and I wanted to, if not pull back, then just to refocus a little bit.

So there were some highs. Saw my family back on the East Coast, great to see the kids and see them growing up, see my parents… It was a great time. Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup, which was very unexpected for us long-suffering Capitals fans.

But there were also some more somber moments this past month as well. An in-law of mine had had a relative who was murdered a few months ago, and I attended the memorial service here in California. And it was just very intense. The man was a bit of a loner and sort of found meaning in life through his generosity, and the people who killed him took advantage of that. The memorial service was very touching, and at the grave site, because he was a military veteran, they had an honor guard which presented the flag and played “Taps.” It was just… It was incredible. And regardless of how you feel about our military misadventures in these past several decades, to see a man who had served his country being honored and remembered after dying so horribly, it was profound.

I found out also that somebody I knew when I lived in Oregon, Portland, Oregon, was killed about a week ago. Very unfortunate situation. I’m not going to get into the details for a number of reasons. I want to respect his family. Seems like a situation where everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong in about a thirty-second period of time. And now his family is left to pick up the pieces.

And it’s just giving me some pause, you know, because he was mixed-race and obviously my books touch on race, and some of my videos do. And one thing I thought recently was the fact that the Left, the way it’s been going recently, is turning nerdy, goofy, gamer white guys who would be more than happy to watch reruns of Mystery Science Theater 3000, turning them into racially conscious, almost White Nationalists. This is how polarized this country has become, and maybe some of my own content has leaned toward that in some ways.

And thinking back on my time in Oregon, who my friends were, including the man who is now dead… Maybe the best way to say this is that, we’ve all been so polarized, particularly since the 2016 election… Which I understand. Everybody’s sort of voluntarily or involuntarily moved toward their corner. And it’s also been amplified, the certain aspects of your personality, Left or Right, have been amplified. We’ve almost been forced into it, so now it’s like, we’re almost worried about a civil war. And a part of us, we’re all itching for it in a way.

Maybe we all need to step back right now before we start making really bad decisions for ourselves and for our country. You know, to think about whether you’re in the right, whether you’re a Good Samaritan, whether you’re trying to help people out. That doesn’t guarantee you that you escape that situation safely. We’re just entering a dangerous time in this country. I mean, there was that scuffle in Portland last Saturday involving people on the Right and the Left that got very violent. We’ve got this election coming up, we have Republicans or conservatives being harassed in restaurants. I’m not going to get into those individual stories this time. I just see the broader theme right now, and we’ve got to be concerned.

Even Democrats who are doing this whole hashtag walk-away thing are finding themselves being harassed and ostracized. Which maybe is a good wake-up call. The fact that Democrats, liberals, progressives, whatever you want to call them… They’ve had license to just mouth off however they feel in the presence of conservatives, and conservatives have been expected to take it, especially for the last ten years.

As the election approaches this November, where so much appears to be on the line for both Left and Right, maybe we need to not even try to build bridges to each other, but just extricate yourself from the whole narrative. How much of what you read everyday online, or Twitter, wherever you get your news sources, how much of that is just brainwashing? How much of that is talking points feeding into the narrative in your mind? How much of your entire world construct is, if not a lie or a fabrication, it’s created in a certain way so that you live a certain way?

I guess what I’m saying is, many of us probably got swept up into the politics over the past couple years more than we’d ever been in the past five, ten, fifteen years. What were we doing during those years we weren’t paying attention to that stuff except on the periphery, but now they’ve sucked us in and we’re their customer? News websites, Twitter feeds, Facebook fights… Maybe the best thing to do is to recapture what we were interested in ourselves back in 2011, 2007, and not feed into this frenzy which could turn into all-out chaos in November.

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Conniving Change Agents of the Caramel Utopia

This is Philip Wyeth. The Left believes that it’s on a righteous crusade. A frantic mission driven by the historical narrative in their heads, and which silently guides them to heroically eradicate racism and oppression by intermixing and diluting all the races.

Under the cover of buzzwords like tolerance, inclusiveness, privilege… this army of change agents first goes about its stealth agenda by importing people from all over the world. Different cultures, different colors, different religions, different habits and beliefs.

But naturally, all the various groups are going to want to stick to their own kind, so step two of the plan employs the power of the educational system and the media. By day you immerse the children of immigrants into Democrat indoctrination centers, where teacher-zealots work in lockstep to erode family values and influence. Then after school, pop culture and Hollywood subversion fill in the gaps.

It’s all part of an unspoken brainwashing program to achieve the dream of some worldwide Utopian future which might best be described by paraphrasing the old blues song, “One Bourbon, One Scotch, and One Beer.” Something like, one skin tone, no god, and one leader.

The crucial point I have to stress when discussing issues like this—because people on the Left are so disingenuous or obtuse that they always take things out of context—is the distinction between natural processes and those driven by agendas. If people of different races and backgrounds get together organically, that is perfectly fine and how it should be—that’s the flow of life.

But for progressives to implant their ideas by stealth, and when you catch them, they raise their hands innocently, “Who, me?” That’s what I can’t stand. If your beliefs are so great, then you should be able to advertise them and stand by them proudly.

But instead, people who notice the disproportionate number of commercials and ads that show mixed-race couples where the man is black and the woman is white—we take the criticism and have dumb questions spit-balled at us, like, “What, you don’t think there should be interracial marriage?”

That is not the point at all! The issue is that there’s this army of sleeper agents who have been indoctrinated to seize every opportunity to pepper the world with Leftism. You know, each day, innocently add a sprinkle here and there as you go about your routine.

And worst of all, unlike people who get in your face to preach their religion, Leftists will deny that they’re doing anything explicit, and simply claim to be on the side of what’s right, progress, change.

I just want them to admit that yes, they do have an agenda, and every day they subconsciously work to serve it. It’s the secrecy and plausible deniability that has to go. You get caught manipulating society and then play dumb—but if your cause is so sacred, it’s saving the world from violence and ignorance and discrimination through… let’s call it “a melting pot destiny”… then stand up and proclaim it!

Be proud. Don’t cower from the truth of what you’re doing. Because otherwise you’re not part of the righteous underground—you’re collaborators too afraid to stand in the spotlight, let alone take a bullet for the cause which allegedly will end bigotry once and for all.

But of course, you have to do it this way. No one in their right mind would relinquish their religion, their heritage, their culture, their language in the name of a philosophy whose ideas killed over a hundred million people last century.

Being exposed like this is why the Left seems to be racing against the clock. And ruthless in their tactics. Got to shut down the YouTube channel or Twitter account of anyone who can articulate why they disagree with their Caramel Utopia.

So-called progressives never thought that social media platforms, which they dreamed, like some NPR platitude, were “working to build bridges across cultures,” would in fact be used to repair or reassert the importance of walls. Because maybe there’s wisdom in “good fences make good neighbors”—and more sensible than letting Leftist tanks and a million unvetted refugees roll across those bridges into our backyard without any plan for accommodation or assimilation.

The Left is cracking up because everything had been going so well for so long. Got their black president Obama in there, had true believers like Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel carrying the party’s water. But along the way, the Democrats kept losing governorships and Congressional seats. Then phenomena like Gamergate happened and the social tide began to turn. They got blindsided on election night 2016 and it still haven’t recovered.

So these people who live for checkbox milestones, like first female this or that, they see the upcoming midterm election as their D-Day. Of course we’re the literal Nazis in that passion play, so “by any means necessary” is the motto that will justify anything they might do to subvert conservatives.

Because their old haughty confidence, the matter-of-fact sense of inevitability, has been replaced by a vicious snarl—dangerous not because it’s trained and refined, but because it’s desperate.

They’ve lost sight of the goal. They lash out at allies who merely acknowledge the existence of the Democrat plantation, let alone dare to leave it. Even non-political people who make the mistake of wearing the wrong dress end up facing the wrath of their digital firing squad.

And here’s the lesson to be learned: When the veneer falls away in times of stress, conformists do not cooperate. It’s every non-gendered pronoun for zhitself, scrambling like rats for something solid as they drown in a sea of conflicting beliefs.

I’ll be here to keep tabs on the hypocritical Left’s dance of death as the election approaches. If you want to support me, buy my books Reparations USA and Reparations Mind on iTunes or Amazon. Also please subscribe to this channel. Thanks for listening.

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Do Guatemalans Dream of the Gettysburg Address?

This is Philip Wyeth. Another Philip, one much more famous than me, once asked, “Do androids dream of electric sheep?” I’m going to paraphrase Philip K. Dick’s question to talk about the challenges we face after having taken in so many “new Americans” over the past twenty years.

Do Armenian immigrants learn about the old Jim Crow laws? Will Guatemalans from the migrant caravan study the Gettysburg Address? Can you convince an Indian working in Silicon Valley to take interest in the American Indian Wars?

This all may sound like hyperbole, or me trying to be cute, but what I’m driving at is the stark difference between America’s past and its future. A few days ago I dropped in at the local cigar shop to relax and get some writing done. Some regulars dropped in and started talking politics—at times things got heated, but these guys all know each other and honestly this is the kind of healthy debate I think people are starved for now that we only talk to each other through apps on our devices.

Most of the group was anti-Trump—not shocking since we’re in Los Angeles—but a couple of the guys were conservative and did their best to fend off the sometimes haughty questions the liberals were asking.

But the most interesting dynamic for me, and which leads back to the beginning of this talk, was a Jewish man in his seventies and a black man who was in his fifties or sixties. They both see the world through the prism of 1960s civil rights activism, and America’s legacy of slavery and racial discrimination.

There’s nothing wrong with that viewpoint in and of itself, but what they seem to miss is that so much has changed in just this century, that the old narratives don’t hold up anymore. Consider how these three concepts embody the change:

-The massive immigration with seemingly no rhyme or reason, and no consideration for the implications of assimilation or lack thereof, as well as demographic change. As Ann Coulter once pointed out to an audience of Latino students, who were not happy to hear her say it—America up until recently was once not multi-cultural, but biracial.

-Point two, a nationwide loss of wealth due to deindustrialization and several market collapses—with the surreal caveat being that instead of bread lines we all get to drink craft beer and eat organic food.

-And third, decentralization of narratives due to the internet. On the negative side is the disintegration of a national storyline and identity, but up for grabs is a more truthful tale, and perhaps some idealistic results—like internet flashmobs being able to prevent wars based on false pretenses.

So these old timers at the cigar shop, they don’t know about memes. They advocate for all kinds of immigration because they think it will help defeat lingering white racism—but at what point does this dilute the fabric of the country? They want one thing—racial justice—but the tools they’re using—massive immigration—could give us all an existential crisis.

Having lived in Los Angeles for many years and met people from all over the world—some I even do business with, so don’t try and pigeonhole me, please—but I can tell you that their primary motivation for coming here is to get away from repressive regimes or extreme poverty. Yes, they come here for a better life, as the talking point goes, but Americans on both sides of the aisle are deluding themselves if they think that many immigrants will study up on the Federalist Papers or the Dred Scott decision.

Maybe these things shouldn’t be on their radar, who knows? The great experiment of high-speed internet and touchscreens is what’s going on right now. Putting smartphones into the hands of people in the Third World can be like a world warp for their communities, and do far more than any “feed the children” infomercial on TV. Maybe it’s better if we’re all mentally free to take part in this technology free-for-all, without all the baggage or being tethered to the latest handful of new Abe Lincoln biographies.

But if we’re forced to abdicate not only our history but our culture, what is the point of our lives? To provide housing and plumbing to people from other countries? To publicly flagellate ourselves by virtue signaling on social media because our ancestors were bad?

Where do our supposed obligations end, and do the new Americans have any of their own? When does the brazenness of caravan migrants, whose supporters always find a way to rationalize people cutting in front of other would-be legal immigrants—when does this sense of entitlement give way to gratitude?

Or is the true sentiment, unspoken and hidden deep inside the hearts of everyone who’d rather kick in the door rather than knock, is it that the sins of the past are so great that America’s residents get no say? That the ledger of our historical guilt can only be evened out through pandering, confiscation, and eviction?

The most troubling aspect of all is that the Left is willing to drown out their opponents under a torrent of shame just because you disagree with them. They’ll get your account suspended, dox you, whatever it takes to shut you up. Why? Because deep in their hearts they fear being such an object of ridicule, standing alone in the public square taking abuse for a truly held belief.

Watch the 1970 Italian film The Conformist for a taste of the inner hell that progressive types who stand for nothing live and then unleash onto others.

Fortunately, today’s forecast only calls for Tweet-storms after one of them gets triggered, as just happened when a beautiful girl joyfully wore a Chinese dress to her high school prom—which of course was cultural appropriation.

How can all of this end peacefully, when on the one hand conservatives are forced to bake cakes that go against their beliefs, but also have no recourse when a private social media company deletes their account? The Left’s unholy alliance of aggression and hypocrisy is in fact creating the monsters they protest against, by breeding resentment in the hearts of good people who, while maybe not be as savvy as they are, only want to live quietly without being lectured to and sued for thoughtcrimes.

All I can do as a person with some life experience and the ability to distill ideas is to share my insights before things really get out of hand. Because conservatives have a lot of two things—patience and guns—and I have too many friends on both sides of the aisle to ever want to see our country descend into civil war.

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The 3D Crusade: How Europeans Might Take Their Countries Back


This is Philip Wyeth. Today’s topic could be considered controversial. That is, if a humorous hypothesis can trigger progressives into running to Big Brother to protect their feelings. So let me preface by stressing this distinction: Prediction is not necessarily endorsement. And foresight should not be interpreted as advocacy or incitement.

That said, if something like what I’m about to mull over actually happens, we should remember that it was a predictable reaction provoked by central planning elitists who have no loyalty to their own people. Hubris has been mistaken for vision, and in refusing to protect the gates have put their nations’ children in danger.

So here goes. Multiculturalism in Europe is dying. Or should I say, multiculturalism is killing? The mainstream media would love to completely ignore the failure of this grand experiment which they implicitly endorse—even as they’re forced to cover the most gruesome mile markers of the population importation scheme. Stabbings, bombings, and truck attacks are becoming all too common across the continent.

But beyond the headlines, it’s been left to independent contrarians to put the underlying pieces together, and then present the politically incorrect verdict in obscure corners of social media. These outliers are then insulted, called crackpots, accused of hate speech, and too frequently find that their social media accounts have been sent down the memory hole without warning.

But what if someday in the near future, one of these countries being overrun by refugees and immigrants who won’t assimilate, what if the native-born ethnic population puts its foot down and says no more? What if they see one too many arsons or rapes or trash piles on the street, and as a group say no to the politicians who have sold out their borders and culture?

On that day people in England or Sweden or Germany, who have been disarmed by the nanny state, create weapons with 3D printers and take the fight to people who came not to work or even adopt a “when in Rome” attitude, but simply moved in to take advantage of the kitchen sinks, the paved roads, and free medical treatment.

Yes, the idea of Europeans using knives printed in their national colors to reclaim streets and parks clogged by praying Muslims might be a bit too fanciful—sounding almost like a modern-day Rudyard Kupling screed—but the lawlessness and acid attacks in London alone should be a real wake-up call that the forced Utopia isn’t blooming, and the slow-burn status quo can’t hold indefinitely.

Will young Swedes—whose uncles created one of the fiercest and most influential heavy metal sub-genres of all time, Swedish Death Metal—will they have the courage to assert their Viking heritage by printing out golden broadswords and marching into areas the police have deemed no-go zones?

Will Italian sunbathers, when another boatload of fighting-age African men lands on the beach, put down their camera phones and protect the shores that previous generations knew instinctively to defend?

Will Germans ever shake off their post-World War Two guilt complex of being the world’s scapegoat, and proclaim that they have a right to life in the country that was built over many centuries?

Will Frenchmen, whose famous Parisian streets are now littered with mattresses and filth, will they quietly give in or remember that, Hollywood stereotypes be damned, they too were once great warriors?

The 3D Crusade. Perhaps a bit of folly best suited for a fairy tale or a poem. Or a Netflix movie about Generation Z gamers who discover that they can no longer walk freely in the streets that their great-grandfathers fought to defend. And using tactics learned in military video games, tapping into real-time CCTV feeds while communicating via headsets, the Asperger’s Army stealthily avenges bureaucratic betrayal in what goes down in history as the Memer’s Massacre.

So yes, that’s all probably too much of a stretch. But if you think people whose not-so-distant ancestors took over the whole world, will simply turn the other cheek forever when they have bloodlust baked into their DNA, I don’t think you know much about world history. Whether it’s garden tools or rifles donated by the Swiss, I don’t see how this all resolves itself peacefully.

So we’ll just have to see which of the opposing forces is stronger. Will the cucked-out legal system hold the native populations at bay long enough for Left-wing schools to indoctrinate the children of refugees, so that a snapshot of the future consists of monochrome godless socialists cheering on national soccer teams?

Or will we wake up one day soon to find that a well-coordinated underground of patriots has unleashed a version of pushback as depicted in the John Steinbeck novel “The Moon is Down”?
Because what’s good for Zimbabwe and South Africa surely applies to the homelands of other people too, right?

It’s going to be human nature pitted against the power of soy. Place your bets.

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