He keeps making the same mistakes over and over.

By the same token, a writer working alone has a gigantic disadvantage.

It is EXACTLY like a person with one eye. In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king, but no matter what, he can never achieve depth perception.

I had the same problem with the Mantra.

All I ever got, alone, was one shot at getting someone to pay attention to it. But thereafter, every time they got into any debate, it was the same-old same old.

They only heard me once.

I will never forget when Jared Taylor had the perfect opening on Fox when someone MENTIONED in the midst of his interview that Japan was not being pushed to bring in immigrants, and he immediately got the conversation back to something like what a great Southern Gentleman he was.

When I was alone, I used to be absolutely rigid about the Mantra. Now I am getting depth perception! You cannot imagine how confusing depth perception is when you first get a second eye.

I KEPT waiting for Lord Nelson and Prometheus to go "wabbling back to the fire"* the way Jared did: They didn't wabble.

And they didn't wabble.

And they DIDN'T wabble.

I have TWO eyes now.

I finally had a chance to learn from what THEY were doing!

One of the major things Lord Nelson did was cut the essence of the Mantra down even FURTHER.

He reduced it to ALL and EVERY. Then he went on from there. I came to realize that THAT is the essence of the difference between GENOCIDE and the "race mixing" they always talk about.

It is not enough to just use ALL and EVERY. You have to stick with the LOGIC of it.

AFKAN, you cannot turn it into an excuse for another long rant about Covington or Jews or you lose your audience.

But AFKAN at his worse is not as totally out of focus as most people got, with Jared Taylor's example being about average.

Nelson beat me at my own game: BOILING IT DOWN and sticking with the ESSENCE. Like I say, he talks American perty good fer a furrinner.

In case you think Mommy Professor's Political Correctness is new, here is what Rudyard Kipling said in "The God's of the Copybook Headings," circa 1906:

There are only three things certain since Social Progress began:

That the bitch returns to her vomit

The sow returns to her mire

And the burnt fool's bandaged finger

Goes wabbling back to the fire