The Politics of Spanking

Everything in the world is about sex except sex. Sex is about power. — Oscar Wilde

White Nationalist Sim City is more fun with lots of sex, the kinkier the better. A friend was reminiscing about spanking jokes on I Love Lucy she remembers as a girl. She was embarrassed and humiliated at the idea of women being spanked by men, even if those men and women were husband and wife. She was certainly not interested in it, and couldn’t fathom why anyone would be.

Johnny comes home early from work and Sally is in a foul mood. They snipe at each other and things escalate until Sally grabs a plate off of the kitchen counter and smashes it against the stove, shattering it and sending pieces flying. Johnny grabs Sally’s arm, pins her against the counter, and spanks her. Hard, with his hand, six times. Sally bursts into tears, Johnny turns her around and hugs her tightly.

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A few things can happen next. Sally might cry into his shoulder for a bit, Johnny may kiss her, things get hot and heavy and they are upstairs making up in the best way possible. Sally might push Johnny’s arms away, walk into the living room and they ignore each other for the rest of the night. Maybe Sally decides things have gotten way too far and she needs someone to talk to, someone to intervene in this relationship. Maybe she wants to just grab the kids and walk out. Maybe she wants Johnny to leave for a few days.

Who she calls is of vital interest to any White Nationalist Sim City player. A family member might be the first choice, a sister or mother. If she doesn’t have family close, but Sally and Johnny are members of their local church, Sally might call the Pastor’s wife, who will in turn talk to the Pastor, who will in turn talk to Johnny. The presumably elder and more experienced couple gives advice, counsel, and helps mediate the problem.

Or Sally can call the police. Agents of the state, heavily armed, almost certainly strangers to both Sally and Joe, will show up and do the mediation. Since they don’t know anything about Sally and Johnny personally, it’s all just a formula, Participant A did this, that, and Participant B did the other. If you’re an MRA you might say the police will always take Sally’s side, if you’re a feminist, you might say domestic violence organizations need more funding.

The police will not spank Sally. But they have the legal authority to pin her down, put her in a pain compliance hold, beat her with a nightstick, restrain her in handcuffs, take her to jail, and even kill her. The police can do the same to Johnny. Judges and lawyers will decide what happens next. The best case scenario is the police come, talk to both parties, and the police write up a long report about the incident. A worst case scenario might be both Sally and Johnny dead. Maybe even the dog too.

In the land of Hollywood mafia movies, when two soldiers have a conflict, they obviously can’t go the police, so they go to the Godfather. He mediates the dispute, both parties accept his decision, the dispute is settled. When a soldier is having trouble with his wife, he’s told by the Godfather, no one’s telling you you can’t do what you want to do, but you have to go home to the wife and kids and make things right. The mafia can’t have a divorce, because then lawyers start tracing property and its origins and that will destroy the syndicate.

In certain less criminal industries, they may have a volunteer mediation arrangement. In most spheres, there’s a hierarchy of authority that one must submit to, and the more the state is involved in those spheres, the more deadly force is both available and often quick to be used. The state doesn’t handle property disputes with any more finesse. Layers of inefficient bureaucracy that can confiscate anything you own, garnish your future earnings, and even lock you up if you don’t pay up. The state is the Ultimate Godfather, as the state has the monopoly on force.

The workplace has a hierarchy of authority as well, and at will employment is the norm. Corporations are a strict hierarchy, owners to managers to workers. The larger the company, the more ties they have to the state, ranging from cozy to antagonistic, through lawyers and lobbyists.

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There’s always been a strong libertarian streak in America: “the government that governs least governs best.” Economically, it’s always been free enterprise, at least in theory, with the state expected to stay out of the workplace for the most part, other than basic regulations and enforcement methods and, of course, taxes. One of the unique aspects of America is the freedom of religion. America has always had the Church, and due to the Protestant heritage, it was churches, with plenty of variety in particulars. In America, religion is a social sphere with a unique and wide-ranging record of independence from the state.

Of the Ten Commandments, the state is heavily involved in murder, theft, and false witness. The only other commandment the state is ever involved in is the prohibition on adultery, in states without no-fault divorce. There’s no death penalty for adultery as with murder, and the adulterer is presumably disfavored in the divorce settlement.

If there’s no civil society to buffer the family, then the state, with it’s brutal and bureaucratic indifference, will step into the most personal, private, intimate – and complex – affairs. With smaller nuclear families and little participation in civil society, atomized individuals are perfect citizens, genderless, interchangeable, propagandized by advertising and media. Families that cannot afford a full time Mother will have to send kids to public schools, to be brainwashed by cultural Marxism and subject to the perversity of the modern culture. Families that cannot afford a full time Wife to feed the family will have to eat corn syrup factory phood. The old time Protestant institutions have been wholly captured by the state (local schools) or have been marginalized by economic and social changes (fraternal organizations.) Men and women that have no civil society, no organized social network, no community – and a tiny extended family due to lower reproduction – are the incubators for the New Amerikan Person-Unit.

So the spankings will continue until morale improves.

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The Politics of DancingRe-flex

We got the message
I heard it on the airwaves
The politicians
Are now DJ’s

Yes we’re counting on you
That what you say
Is what you do

It’s in the papers
It’s on your t.v. news
The application

It’s just a point of view

Well you know you can’t stop it
When they start to play
You gotta get out the way

The broadcast was spreading
Station to station
Like an infection
Across the nation

Well you know you can’t stop it
When they start to play
You gotta get out the way

The politics of dancing
The politics of ooo feeling good
The politics of moving
Is this message understood

We’re under the pressure
Yes we’re counting on you
That what you say

Is what you do

It’s in the papers
It’s on your t.v. news
The application
It’s just a point of view

Well you know you can’t stop it
When they start to play
You gotta get out the way

2 thoughts on “The Politics of Spanking

  1. Are you familiar with LDD or loving domestic discipline, HR?

    I like the mafia analogy and I prefer to think of wn as a gang. We are a tribe of our own. We need a muscle and a brains end, financing, and a territory.

    There is an interesting book out there. The title is My Ishmael. If interested, you may find some answers there. I’ll be developing this on my own. WN has to integrate ecology just as PUA integrated evo-psych.

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