17h50 UTC; WEDNESDAY, 8 OCTOBER 2014: Such who see themselves as the Voice and Conscience of the so-called "REAL AmeriKKKa" (as in "poor whiteism" at its basest and most easily manipulated by crude, oversimplified prolefeed) must have something in common with the Afrikaner Broederbond down South Africa way before apartheid's demise forced its dissolution in 1994:

For one, a desire to be highly secretive on a level with the Freemasons.

For another, excusing this secrecy as being "in the best interests of the [Afrikaner] Volk" the Broederbond supposedly represented (never mind that its affiliated Federasie van Afrikaner Kultuurbeleggings [FAK; "Federation of Afrikaner Cultural Organisations"] served as Die Broederbond's "public face," so to speak).

For still another, its use of the highly-secretive Volkskongres ("People's Congress") device as a channel by which the Broederbond's agenda vis-a-vis the Luscious Glory of the Afrikaner could be made manifest, based on petitions submitted unto its highest echelons of leadership. Only it turned out that such, more often than not, saw no real representatives of die Volk present to present their side in the debate, instead expecting die Volk to accept without question their Final Proceedings as their best way forward.

Classic case in point: Die Eerste Ekonomesie Volkskongres ("the First People's Economic Congress"), as convened in October 1939 in Bloemfontein to advance the concept of the Afrikaner Ekonomesie Beweging ("Afrikaner Economic Movement") as the avenue by which especially the "poor white" scions of Afrikanerdom could gain their "natural right of control" over the South African economy, in particular through their reinvention of free-enterprise capitalism described as Volkskapitalisme ("people's capitalism"), expected to emphasise jobs creation and training over mere wealth creation as its foundation, as but one part of a greater Reddingsdaad ("rescue deed") to save the "poor white" from himself by "rescuing itself" as a united Volk. Same also expected to call upon the Afrikaner masses to mobilise their "idle monies" unto the Federale Volksbeleggings (FVB) investment house, itself part of a Broederbond-sponsored Reddingsdaadfonds, for leverage into "productive capital" as would be mobilised into the service of the Volk's socioeconomic "rescue" through Afrikaner-owned businesses, banks, building societies, savings and loan clubs, cooperative societies even, that the Volk would be expected to support out of "natural unity and affinity."

Such support expected to be promoted through the Reddingsdaadbond (RDB) movement, as would be expected to sell the Afrikaner masses on the doctrine of 'n Volk red homself ("a people rescuing itself") through investment, education and culture at a monthly subscription of 6d, of which 2d went towards a group life-insurance and burial plan underwritten by those scions of Afrikaner enterprise, Sanlam and AVBOB, respectively.

Which, when all is said and done, seems to be the model by which "Tea Party," "Christian Patriot" and affiliated causes, sects and movements want to promote policies and articles of faith (theoretically) expected to "help REAL AmeriKKKa help itself" by saying No to State or charitable help and instead channel a (supposed) "natural unity and identity" expected of "REAL AmeriKKKans" into their rescue.

Essentially decided in camera--behind closed doors.

Without any input or advice from the "REAL AmeriKKKan" theoretically expected to benefit thereby, especially at the Volkskongres proper.

And with the final word, as in its Final Proceedings (grossly overpriced more than anything, know), resorting to dogwhistle code and references to the King James Bible and the Works of Ayn Rand (in particular Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead) to explain its agenda in what turns out being unintelligible abstract terms and contexts that only a "Great Within" is expected to know the truth of--i.e., essentially maintaining the status quo and excusing such as being in the service of My God, My People and My Nation. As well as being for the greater collective good of "REAL AmeriKKKa" as winds up being shortchanged through ideological trick and deceit.

Does "REAL AmeriKKKa" really deserve such stunts and tactics which turn out being grounded on doublethink of the most deliberate sort?

So till next time, folks: "73"
(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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