Day of the Nope

I was listening to my pastor as he was describing what he saw in the old church records from the 1930’s and 1940’s. “Men were ask to leave the church because they were caught drinking a beer or dancing with their wife. They would then, after a time, ask to join the church again after they proved that they had seen the error of their ways.” He went on to ask the men listening, “We really don’t do any discipline anymore. Why is that?” Good question.

Being the youngest in attendance, I sat quietly and hoped an elder would answer but none did. I knew the answer and it broke my heart because most of these men were veterans. The truth is though, that in order to discipline others, you must first have authority. And, they gave their authority away. That’s the worse thing about it. Nobody took it from them, they just gave it away. For what? A little more attendance? A few more coins in the offering plate? A little less heat from the degenerate media merchants? It doesn’t matter. It wasn’t theirs to give away.

Understand what I’m saying here. I’m not arguing about whether drinking a beer or dancing with your wife is objectively wrong. What I’m saying is that there are sixteen year-olds that administer Facebook groups that flex tougher discipline than most pastors nowadays. This is not just a church problem either. There is a comprehensive lack of respect for adult, heterosexual white men that has invaded our culture over the last 50 years. If you don’t believe me, watch some of the videos and animation that are aimed at children. A lot of this does come from the media and pop culture, but most of the blame is the fault of white men themselves. Somehow, and I think this is especially true in the South, being nice became a virtue. Being submissive and passive came to be seen as Christian character traits. This, of coarse, is nothing more than a shirking of moral duty and is done out of laziness and fear. Being nice is not synonymous with being kind. Kindness is an active virtue and a form of sacrifice. Conversely, being nice is just submitting to the will of another.

Now, the time has come for Mr. Nice Guy to pass away and for us to embrace our ordained roles as strict disciplinarians and guardians at the door. It’s time stop saying “yes” to every person with their hand out. The Day of the Nope has arrived. Our charity belongs only to our people now. No is really a fun word to use once you’ve mastered it. When the boomer ladies at church want to have a fundraiser for immigrants the answer is: “Sorry, no.” When that foreigner wants to get ahead of you in line at the grocery store because he only has one item: “Nope.” When your daughter’s best friend is now dating Tyrone and she wants to go to a concert with them: “Oh, hell no.” Saying “no” will cost you relations with some people, but given the current political climate, those ties are best cut sooner than later.

The fact is we, as Southerners, now find ourselves living alongside people who want us gone. Sadly, not all of these people are from different ethnic backgrounds. Many are Southerners who have been brainwashed into thinking that self-hatred is some sort of penance. Many of these people might be family or friends. And, this is the hard thing. Any immature sperg can rant about what he’s going to do the day it all hits the fan, but if the people who wish you harm are also at the family Christmas party, then you’re already screwed. We’re dealing with Cultural Marxists here. These people’s currency is social virtue points. If the wrong people get in power, and the current demographic projections assure that they will, you’ll have better odds of being done in by your sister-in-law who turned you in for wrong think, than fighting it out with some machete wielding third-worlder.

We can’t wait on someone to “Build the Wall” for us because they never will. However, I do find the wall analogy extremely useful. In our churches, homes, fraternities, hunting/fishing clubs, and everywhere that it’s still legal to do it, we need to discriminate hard. We need to, at least, build virtual walls, if not brick and mortar ones, around our families and small groups. We need to wipe the smiles off our faces and sternly guard the door. Social exclusion works and we need to use it to our advantage. Those who will put our families in danger need to be placed on their side of the wall – today. Some, who get their marching orders from pop culture, can quickly turn into the ” kill me last” type due to their lack of principles. They’re the ones who will be trying to convince your immediate family that you’re like a racists, bigot, homophobe and turn them against you. Time to put ’em on their side of the wall and away from your family. Some just aren’t ready to take the red pill yet, but you know they are your people. The hardest one to deal with is the one who shares your principles and is aware of the current threat, but also struggles with personal shortcomings that can put you and your love ones at risk. Look no further than the Holy Bible for direction in this one.

Many of you will have undoubtedly heard the verse “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Often this verse, removed from its context, is used as some sort of deity summons. But, let’s take a closer look at what Christ is saying to his disciples in its intended context.

Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother.

But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two more, that in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established.

And if he shall neglect to hear them, tell it unto the church: but if he neglect to hear the church, let him be unto thee as an heathen man and a publican.

Verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.

Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.

For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

Matthew 18:15-20

Now, we can see here that Christ is instructing us on how to perform church discipline. A brother has three chances before three audiences. After that, for the good of the body, he has to be treated as an outsider and put on his side of the wall. This is hard stuff, but Christ himself says he will stand by our decision.

Of course, none of this will be heard from the egalitarian, SJW “churches,” but that is a separate religion than ours. The only discipline that they would endorse would be if someone committed one of the unpardonable, and un-biblical, “sins” of bigotry, racism or homophobia. Remember that these are people who use a completely fabricated moral rubric in order to execute total war. Southerners are especially and painfully aware of this. These are people who will drop a bomb on a Pashtun girl and say it’s because her dad won’t let her go to school or wear make-up. Do you not think that they will harm your family?

Southerners don’t have a need to make up moral rules out of thin air in order to justify our goals. Dixie is a Christian nation. I’m not saying that all Southerners share the same denomination, nor should they. Our subtle differences in how we express our love and faith to our Savior Jesus Christ gives us closer ties to even smaller groups. These more intimate expressions of worship make the Southern Church stronger as a result. Active participation in small groups gives a man more agency and power, and thus, makes him more useful to his community – and, then his nation. This is the kind of “bottom-up” approach to Southern Nationalism that many of think is the most productive for the long term.

It is important, however, to always remember that we are a distinct ethnicity with a shared history and a host of internal issues. These issues can’t even be addressed, much less resolved, when you’re sharing a Sunday school class with men from five other different ethnic backgrounds. This is why ethnic education so important. Not every character trait you possess is essential to your ethnicity, but essentialism is not an all or nothing social question. Some internal issues, such as hyper-altruism, which worked great for our ancestors, are now putting us in danger. Without being able to exile the constant counter-signaler from our small groups, we can’t combat these issues.  

Say “no while you still can. Yes, it will cost you in the short-term, but we’re playing a long game here. Think about it. There is so much of their plan that requires that you voluntarily take it. Say “no.” Say “no” to their way of dress. Say “no” to their entertainment. Say “no” to their interest rates. Say “no” to their degenerate culture.

Study every way possible to show these people that you’re not one of them. Secede in your mind from the modern world, it doesn’t want you anyway. Love your own and treat the other with the upmost disrespect. That’s not illegal. Although, they will try to goad you into something that is, but be smart. Don’t be violent, but be a hard ass. Don’t stand there with a stupid smile on your face holding the door for a purple-haired chick who has had three abortions and wants to doxx you.

Make their attempted subjugation of you too problematic to be worth the effort. Our kindness should be saved for our own kind.

-By JW


  1. Good post overall! There are problems with it, but I don’t want to detract from the broad message (which is very good). I have eight kids (all by the same woman – surprise, surprise, right. lol), and have said for several years that “if you haven’t raised both sons and daughters to adulthood, then do not tell me how to raise kids because you don’t know what you’re talking about.” And I mean it! I could tell all kinds of stories to solidify the point, but then again, stories (anecdotes) are just that; they really only mean something to those with ears to hear. Nevertheless, among those eight children are four girls. As a strict disciplinarian, I am eminently qualified to speak intelligently to some of your concerns. The whole issue with a daughter’s “bff” approving, as it were, of her best friend’s dating “Tyrone” is one in particular. Ask any one of my daughters what would happen in that case, and she will be very quick to tell you that “dad would disown me.” As I would. There was a time, not so long ago, in which this was commonplace in the South. One thing leads to another, as they say, and this whole idea of miscegenation being OK is the height of liberal stupidity. But it goes way beyond that for me; my daughters will also be quick to tell you that they would be disowned if or when they decided it was a good idea to have several kids by several (white) fathers. Now, you (reader) might think I’m a hard ass in all of this, but let me just reiterate what the author has intimated in the post: there is no other way, in the current culture, to keep your offspring on the straight and narrow. They have to know there are certain behaviors you simply will not tolerate in them; that you most definitely will excommunicate their asses if and when they violate these reasonable precepts. And you have to follow through; it is that simple.

  2. On church discipline specifically there’s another problem: too many churches. If the Baptist Church kicks somebody out they just go across the street to the Methodist or lutheran or church of god or nondenominational church. If they’re loyal to their denomination, they only have to go a few miles to find three more Baptist churches. At least that’s how it is here. In my small town of less than 2000 there’s 5 churches within city limits and (off the top of my head ) 4 more just outside city limits.

    Anybody can find a church that agrees with them with little trouble and that means correction through church discipline can only work if its voluntary . “The church ” has little social meaning and less social authority anymore due to being so divided.

    1. Rogerunited:

      Yep. Too many options, or too many choices, however one likes to call it. The situation you describe is a big problem where I hail from too – rural Oklahoma. I’ve traveled all over the state as well and can tell you it is a statewide problem, not isolated to this or that section. This is of course one of the pitfalls to Protestantism, which I have described before as “protest for the sake of protest.” At the root of all of this is anti-authoritarianism, and I think we both know that Americans are or tend to be notoriously anti-authoritarian, so there ya go. I can’t remember the title of the paper or exactly where I read it (I’ll have to go dig it up) but R.L. Dabney once wrote a lengthy dissertation concerning this very phenomenon, essentially predicting that it would ultimately culminate in Protestants from various sects leaving their churches in droves and joining the Roman Catholic church, where there exists an actual church hierarchy, real church authority and church discipline, and all of that. Of course the visible Catholic Church of our day is as bad off or worse than its Protestant counterpart(s), but the TradCat church is still out there and I have seen a bunch of people looking in that direction for relief. I myself being one.

      We should also take note of the fact that this goes way beyond the churches and extends out into our everyday lives in our communities. This is actually quite natural since, as I have said many times before, “worldview is everything.” I often explain to the youngsters in my little circle of influence that when I was growing up in small-town Oklahoma, there was no question as to my father’s authority in our home, and it created a very stable and happy environment for us all. The extended family and broader community backed his authority up as well, so whatever punishment he might inflict upon me or one of my siblings for some sort of bad behavior or the other, no one ever brought it into question (at least not openly). I wasn’t especially prone to bad behavior or to get into trouble myself, but occasionally I would do something stupid as all kids do. One stark difference between then and now is that I knew very well that when I did do something stupid I was subject to my father’s unquestioned authority and strict discipline over me, and that no one (no other adult) was going to take my side on the matter. In the current culture almost the direct opposite is the case. So, as with the people you describe who leave the church on a whim as soon as the church decides to inflict discipline on an unruly member or members, so too do wayward sons and daughters (and wives for that matter) find easy succor elsewhere (among extended family or the broader community, Hell bent on undermining a father’s authority, which they describe as “toxic masculinity” I think) whenever the God-ordained authority in their homes comes down on them “too harshly” in their minds. The undermining of a father’s authority in the home is of course a huge problem in Weimerica, and not just in Yankeedom where it all began.

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