The battle lines


This article was originally published at on 7/10/2018, where Adam Piggott publishes regularly and brilliantly. You can purchase Adam’s books here.

Sunday is not normally a day for politics on the old blog, but with the confirmation of Supreme Court Judge Kavanaugh breaking this morning, what other choice do I have? Certainly it caps a glorious run of winning for President Trump, and make no mistake about it, this nomination and confirmation was his victory. The wonderful thing for Republicans is that finally many of them have woken up and understood that if they hitch their wagons to his train then much glory will be heaped upon them.

The turning point in the Kavanaugh hearings was when Trump publicly commented on the ludicrous nature of the Democrat’s main witness and accuser, an act which he performed against the wishes and advice of almost everyone around him.

Addressing thousands at a boisterous rally in Mississippi, Trump relied on his own visceral sense of the moment and mocked Christine Blasey Ford for gaps in her memory, directly impugning the accuser’s credibility.

“Establishment Republicans initially reacted with horror. But Trump’s 36-second off-script jeremiad proved a key turning point toward victory for the polarizing nominee, White House officials and Kavanaugh allies said, turbocharging momentum behind Kavanaugh just as his fate appeared most in doubt. . . .

“How did you get home? ‘I don’t remember,’ ” Trump said, reenacting Ford’s hearing. “How did you get there? ‘I don’t remember.’ Where is the place? ‘I don’t remember.’ How many years ago was it? ‘I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know.’ ”

The riff lasted less than a minute, but had lasting ramifications.

Trump’s presidency hasn’t even hit two years yet, but the lasting ramifications are impressive to say the least. As a few awake individuals on our side have been saying for a while, expect a red wave in the mid-terms. The Democrats just sunk their own boat while they were sitting inside and they did it all at the direct goading of Trump.

Trump’s election did not settle anything, it merely began the great unraveling where the initial battle lines were drawn and the sides loosely mapped out. At the time most of the key players on both sides of the House were arrayed against Trump. But post-Kavanaugh the lines have dramatically shifted in Trump’s favor. He has played the political game better than anyone in living memory. The so-called professional politicians, lobbyists, and lawmakers have been revealed as the amateur bit-part players that they really are. The Democrats have literally reverted to the party of the crazy cat ladies. They have nowhere to go but down.

Expect things to heat up from here. It may get messy, just sayin’.

Another wonderful outcome of recent events is the complete unmasking of Jordan Peterson for the leftist prog that a certain few of us suspected and then claimed that he is.

A few of the Peterson fan boys are attempting to water this down with the same excuses that they used when he publicly attacked and libeled me – he didn’t mean it, he was being sarcastic, he was joking, he forgot to take his medication …

Whatever. If you still believe that he is on our side then you deserve everything that you get. As far as I’m concerned you have all been sufficiently warned by people like myself and Vox Day, and Peterson’s own actions have demonstrated the truth of our claims and accusations. If you still don’t believe it then I can’t be bothered with you. Some people are simply beyond useless and not worth the effort in convincing.

As I said, the battle lines have now been clearly drawn. It is time to choose your side and to carefully note where the players are actually standing. Our most dangerous enemies are not the obvious ones. They are the ones who claim to stand with us while they carefully plant seeds of doubt and lies.


  • Repeal fake marriage

    Oh dear. JP’s mask has slipped a bit. Great expose Adam.

  • Harry Stottle

    Adam, I had my doubts about your insights into Peterson. You copped a lot of flack and I now stand corrected.

  • Bucky Redux

    Adam, well done. You called a spade a spade and hit the target bulls-eye.
    Peterson has surfaced as a Lefty soylet apologist cuck.

    As far as Pres. Trump goes:

  • Taipan

    Make no mistake about it, the anti-Kavanaugh movement was almost entirely Jewish in nature. This is a fact that is hardly mentioned anywhere. Both mainstream and so-called alternative media outlets have refused to mention what is the most important aspect of this circus. They’ve used terms like “leftists” and “liberals” to mask how Jews were behind much of what happened. Talking about the Jewish role in this is a line that few are willing to cross but it is the absolute truth of what happened.

    • Was almost entirely funded by Nazi collaborator Soros, who I believe is a Jew but also hated by fellow Jews.

      You may be right about the nature of it but I believe there is far more nuance, not all of (((them))) are evil globalist snakes.

        • Razorback

          ticktock ticktock….

      • Taipan

        All the main anti-Kavanaugh players were Jewish. Make of that what you want…

        • Bucky Redux
        • Mattys Modern Life

          It’s truly interesting to me because obviously not all Jews are rabid Leftist who want to destroy the world, in fact many are conservatives and libertarians who understand racial dynamics and just want to be left alone.

          Yet Jews are still well over-represented in far-Left communistic/globalist type movements and often exhibit strong in-group preference to Jews.

          Judaism is like Christianity in the sense that there is wide
          variation in how it’s practiced, unlike Islam, yet does have elements of
          subversiveness within it.

          Culture of critique is a book well worth reading, it’s fascinating.

          So far what I’ve gained from it is that hating Jews is counter-productive (it’s also stupid to hate people based on ethnicity, even if it’s an ethno-religion), but it’s also important to understand their nature.

          Also, any Nationalist who wants ethnic based nations should fully support Israels right to exist because if they can have one so can we.

          Further reading and research is required.

          • Taipan

            Agreed. A basic search into what the Christian Church taught for about 1950 years will tell you that Jews are blood sucking vampires. In fact they literally did that.
            Also, Australia was an ethno state for about 180/190 years….just sayin

          • thegentlemantroll

            Apart from John Monash who had Jewish(!!!!) parents and is now on our $100 bill, Henry Lawson who had a Norwegian father, Sidney Myer who had Jewish(!!!)-Russian parents.

            It appears like we were an ethnic-state because we had successful assimilation. That’s what ethnic-states usually are. Successful assimilators.

          • thegentlemantroll

            My takeaway from that is that Jews are well-read, highly educated and very interested in politics. The first two are almost a cultural cliche, the last is I beleive a by-product of the 20th century. Westerners of Christian decent (including non-believers) by contrast have been very politically apathetic since ww2. But being politically active does not always result in being left-wing. Even though that tends to be the way the river current flows. Ben Shapiro is a good example of a Jewish conservative.

        • Addelad

          I make it a crock. All the House Democrats bar one, one GOP rat, Amy Schumer, Ms Ford, most media etc – all Jewish huh?

          • Taipan

            The main players cuck

      • Bucky Redux
  • Peterson fan here and I don’t think his tweet was sarcastic this time, seems a genuine opinion and he’s wrong.

    Peterson is absolutely brilliant when he sticks to his field: human psychology and personal development.

    He seems to falter badly when it comes to politics, especially nationalism and here he’s clearly failed.

    He understands where rights come from, he fails to understand how they are defended and kept.

    He’s not the messiah but he’s not a naughty boy either, just a dude pushed into the political realm by accident without asking for it.

    Give him time, he’s not stupid, he’s just a boomer who hasn’t taken his red-pill.


    • Bronson

      Initially Mr Piggott had swallowed the view that Dr Peterson was ‘one of us’ when Dr Peterson had never claimed that status, but had rather specifically rejected it. Then when he read a female journalist refer to Dr Petersen as an alpha male Mr Piggott realised his mistake and felt disgusted by his own mistake and had to vomit it up that disgust. So now thankfully he is being more objective, playing than ball rather than the man. Still BP Speaks did that in a more accurate way, i.e. Dr Peterson disapproves of nationalism as playing another form of identity politics and it is that of which he disapproves, nationalism or tribal. But as BP Speaks implies the choice to reject both options is no longer available seeing as one side is already selecting the leftist tribal option of destruction.

      The Vox Day link is interesting wherein he discusses his ideas that Dr Peterson is a damaged individual. Who is not? And besides to be a decent psychologist one needs to have real life experience of that state if one is to advise others about how to learn how to deal with it.

  • entropy

    Still trying to leverage Peterson’s fame for your own e-celebrity? Maximum cringe.

    Not much of a ‘compete unmasking’ either. You’re showing some far left levels of autism here.

  • thegentlemantroll

    If you think Adam Piggott gets out of hand with his contempt of Peterson you must be a a Peterson fan-boy by default.

    Nope, I just don’t think he should be entirely thrown out he window if he helps provide an entry-point for sheeple into the true nature of reality.

    Peterson talks sense sometimes, misses the mark on others. And he’s not the most interesting character out there. But I’m not gonna waste time trying to prosecute him. Move on Adam, there’s bigger fish out there.