AAA … II

There follows an XS-endorsed message from Henry Dampier:

… we can’t make the omelet of perfect, universal justice without breaking some eggs. […] The presence of White men in any classroom, owing to their historical record, can be profoundly triggering to women and people of color. To protect their historic victims – to give them mental and physical space for them to flourish – we must keep White men away from the university, and by blocking them from those institutions, we must keep them far away from political power, also. […] We have tried reform. We have tried patient education. It has not worked. Harsher measures will be required. The world can’t wait.

(For reference, AAA …)

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  • AAA … II | Neoreactive Says:

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  • botfactory Says:

    That would be just about the best thing possible for white males, provided it’s forced upon them instead of them forcing it upon themselves.

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  • Saal Says:

    http://i.imgur.com/QkehudP.jpg

    (In relation to: http://slatestarscratchpad.tumblr.com/post/92549977631/httpwwwxenosystemsnetaaa-i-like-this)

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    Posted on September 11th, 2015 at 6:21 pm Reply | Quote
  • Erebus Says:

    File under ‘AAA — Related News’:
    The far-leftist Jeremy Corbyn has just been elected the new leader of the UK’s Labour party. Conservative activists are known to have infiltrated the Labor party’s ranks, and have voted for Corbyn en masse. This is either political maneuvering or (inadvertent) AAA, depending on how the next national election eventually turns out, but it’s very interesting in either case.

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    Posted on September 12th, 2015 at 4:47 pm Reply | Quote
  • Bettega Says:

    Another example of AAA would be to invite universities to house refugee camps, we may call it “#refugeecampus”. Since the academia is the institution with the greatest zeal in promoting mass immigration, it would be nice for them to deal with the consequences, it may even get intellectual support for anti-immigration policies if enough professors are robbed or raped, and Gnon know we need it. The other option is for them to deny it and expose themselves as hypocrites.

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  • Thales Says:

    #BlackMindsMatter

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  • Wagner Says:

    *retweets The Blueprint; or, How I Found Myself Here*

    https://imgur.com/a/qDYQ8IN

    One might initially intuit that thinking up the dimensions of an “Antiversity” would be one with the spirit of the University, indeed the ultimate project that would vindicate it as a legitimate institution of higher learning. And yet? Say we were to compile the best posts of XS, and hey maybe even throw in a chapter of my few non-shitposts as humble aphorisms. What would it be graded? I suspect F for failure by the joyless great majority, and F for (let’s) F(uck) by the few self-hating slaves, or am I wrong, Ms. Professor?

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  • Wagner Says:

    “The presence of White men in any classroom, owing to their historical record, can be profoundly triggering to women and people of color.”

    The crybabies can’t accept that white men invented advanced civilization so they take revenge and try to get rid of us. Good luck without us, living in huts.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Some Iranian architecture I find stunning

    https://imgur.com/a/Q6dgx74

    (This from inside a mosque).

    Where are their scientists though? Eh there are some. A few Iranians I’ve known have identified as caucasian though lol

    You know your civilization has fallen into confusion when it wants to replace its scientific, literate people with pre-scientific, illiterate people. Let’s go ahead and trade knowledge for ignorance, what’s the worst that can happen?

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  • Wagner Says:

    Let’s begin again from the beginning. If our cherished establishmentarians are seeking to weave us into an abominable unified garment with the populations that patently demonstrate slavishness, what could we infer from that, nay, deduce? That they are trying to make us more slave-like. Yes, you would be right if you deduced that.

    Now try this thought-experiment on for size: I introduce you to Mulatto Wagner of the future. What could you expect from him? High art? Or would it be more likely to expect songs consisting of rhymed two-syllable words, or sorry, with half-white genes you could probably expect three-syllable words to be rhymed. And let’s be fair, I’m sure Mulatto Wagner would incorporate the beating of a metal trash can lid into his melodies, which I have no doubt would send our new crop of ape-aestheticians reeling. Now how does that future sound?

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  • Wagner Says:

    Sad thing is I would have been so much more high-functioning throughout all this if I had a group of thoughtcriminal friends and a supportive girlfriend who weren’t establishment shills. No one wants to take that risk though, it has pretty much been me by myself against everyone the entire time, except for when collen ryan was posting, with occasional Kramer entrances from Hannon. Just lots of conformist cowards everywhere, with a few symbologist exceptions. Everyone implicitly involved in the plot to *further* stupidify the west except me.

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  • Wagner Says:

    J̶̘̺̰̰͚̙͙̥͚͉͚̓̔̒̍̏͋̅͗͝ơ̸̗͕͓̗͕̖̬͔̺̪̣͎̾̔͒̀̌͊̎͂͒͂͝͠į̷̧̲̮̤̣̘̩̰̻̖̝͌̈̿͋͒͊̈̽̃n̶̘̺͂͌̓̾̿̑̄̒́̏͌̐̕ ̵̛̼̬̦̙͛͐͆̽̓̚u̵̢̥̣̩̫̦̦̖̽̈́͊̂̑͝ś̴̨̟

    https://imgur.com/a/lMmdB1e

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  • Wagner Says:

    https://imgur.com/a/i9qF5nH

    Trying to free Tethered Geniuses is

    the Pinnacle of Praxis

    Prove me wrong

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    Wagner Reply:

    😈

    https://imgur.com/a/escqm1h

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    Wagner Reply:

    Whoa. Just read that Dugin taught the sociology of international relations at Moscow State University. Think about that in this context:

    https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/2019/August/44/8/magazine/article/10847077/

    Is there a more controversial Heideggerian out there?

    He espouses a patchwork-like idea too, what he calls the Multipolar World. So the Western university is always-already disavowing patchwork and refusing to engage in international relations with him 👽

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    Wagner Reply:

    You can aim empathy toward Latin Americans, down’s syndrome patients, endangered whales, and morbidly obese black women, or you can aim empathy toward Russians, Nazis, 19th century Germans, and ancient Greeks.

    “Love thy neighbor”- it’s cladistics, man.

    https://imgur.com/a/VKCvgfA

    Wagner Reply:

    🤦‍♂️ I found an Islamic terrorism primary text. I don’t agree with anything in it obviously, obviously. Might have to do some “detached anthropology work” on these these odious barbarians, so I can tell em what’s good for em, yeah.

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    Wagner Reply:

    https://imgur.com/a/6lvanZW

    “The twisted book club” aaahahaha no no poor word-choice don’t call it that

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    Wagner Reply:

    “Here we go”

    https://imgur.com/a/UPff9Yi

    Where da pdfs at? Noticing a pattern of foreign powers’ brains being difficult to access.

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    Wagner Reply:

    The cathedral with its lowkey censorship (non-translations, same thing) reminds me of a cranky elderly person- “I don’t want to think about that, go away!” These are all symptoms of ego-fragility, xenophobia in essence.

    One of the few translated scraps I have found is nowhere near as perceptive as Dugin, it is interesting to go from Russia contra America to Islam contra Russia *and* America though. Real ‘war of all against all’ hours:

    https://imgur.com/a/Ie9Akko

    See how Abu Bakr Naji formalizes our power as resting in guns, nukes, and propaganda? Is he wrong?

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  • Wagner Says:

    It would be of inestimable value to determine the autonomy of the MSM relative to the academy. Formalism is the question “Who’s the brains of the operation?” Which schools do the journos get their brainwash from directly? See, this is a form of crypto-power that is rarely thought about. Technically, a handful of professors could be thought of as the presidents of the United States and thus in a sense much of the world.

    So once again- where is the list of names?!

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    Wagner Reply:

    Professors of direct, high-minded leftism (think Adorno, Kristeva, Derrida, or especially Marx himself) are arguably the most dangerous people in the world (at least of those whom I consider my enemy). Compared to journalism profs though it’s questionable whether they have as much “non-cloud” power on the ground.

    The point is that the MSM has to get its ideas from somewhere and the academy seems like the clear place they would derive from.

    If I had to guess I’d say the MSM is a simulacrum of the academy. In other words the leftism goes from complex to simple for herd-consumption.

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    Wagner Reply:

    We could wax marxoid *contra* leftism for a second by speculating whether capital precedes both the MSM and the academy. I’m essentially always looking for the place from which we can precede no more, the fountainhead of fetid stagnation you could call it.

    What I see when I look at the Rorschach test of why am I systematically/exclusively nicknamed, one of the first three images I see is 🏦 – to be more specific, a gang of international bankers who you are not allowed to punch in the nose else you lose everything.

    Hey, over here 👊 pop

    Anyway, it is shady the question of whether they influence or are in some way involved with the MSM and academy. I would guess there’s a mutual profit motive at play. Only the active hand-shakers and possibly spies in the highest reaches know what’s going on with that.

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  • Wagner Says:

    On second thought, if given the choice between a supermodel and a certain type of academic (spy [duh]) I’d choose the latter. Which one would be more eugenic is a toss-up, because to get to that point of being that hot her dad had to be smart in some sense to get her hot mom who gave birth to her, and so on back for eons of generations. Same could be said about the smart AF academic though except replacing hotness with intelligence.

    This seems like the view from non-clownworld to me, tho of course your mileage will vary:

    https://imgur.com/a/6TS3xGM

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  • Wagner Says:

    An idea I picked up from Unamuno – yes I like to credit those who give me ideas – is that beliefs aren’t so much believed because they are true–rather, they are believed because they were believed by someone that you trust.

    All I try to do on this site is “hack the monkey brain” you might have noticed. This is one of the most subterranean layers that no one talks about. I post this in this thread because *counting off on fingers* I already threw a brick at the head of the bankers 1, threw a brick at the head of the politicians 2, threw a brick at the head of the media 3, etc. today so, naturally I have to throw one at the academics. The academy is where the main imprint occurs for adult life. A credentialed expert tells someone something and they believe it, note, they Believe it, because why after all, a credentialed expert believes it why else. It is a wax stamp made in the brain that solidifies, in most cases forever. So when you look at the people on the news who you want to kill, or you see a follywood movie you want to incinerate every film-strip of, just remember- there is probably some academic imprinter making that film in puppeteer style.

    “Gulags?” Who mentioned anything about those?

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  • Wagner Says:

    Cioran asks a brave question you won’t hear worded by anyone pursuing one of the many Grievance Studies degrees:

    “What did I do to become the one who has to wash away the shame of a people without history?”

    and yet that is the question quietly lingering above all those programs, is it not?

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    Wagner Reply:

    This one even pisses me off, teeth clenching with empathy.

    I can see why they all would want to “gang up”.

    And this is from a Romanian, remember. There are countries out there A LOT worse off than Romania.

    You can also get a sense of the origins of the mythological-mindedness of the typical feminist from this.

    Heh I’m starting to see why some would want to throw a jagged rock at me from time to time.

    At least Cioran faced the reality!

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    Wagner Reply:

    https://imgur.com/a/GBMzNKV

    Do I have any Romanian readers out there? If one of you were to translate this chapter and upload it to libgen that would be cool ‾\_(ツ)_/‾ One of the keenest minds of the 20th century imo, would like to know what he had to say.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Here’s a particularly nasty one for you (and I know this blog is simply crawling with these types who love this sort of thing https://imgur.com/a/3dvCA4z):

    In the context of the above we can deduce that leftism is the willing into existence of a people who will not be able to create a history for themselves.

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  • Wagner Says:

    https://imgur.com/a/OZ72UCz

    He’s like Gordon Ramsay, except about things that are actually important.

    A NEW RULING CASTE

    All the vilest rats come swarming out of the academy to replace parliament, replace the senate.

    The brains are in charge.

    Imagine that.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Didn’t you ever have one of those professors that ‘knew everything’? Imagine them having a debate with one of these dem candidates. Just getting down to the fine details about what makes the world turn. They’d make them look like an idiot, right? So why are any of these people even running? The answer is because they know how to state cliches which are popular. That’s it.

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    Wagner Reply:

    I don’t know why no one talks about childhood education (oh yeah, probably because they had poor childhood education). We would hardly need government if kids were educated right. With rigorous enough programs we could have citizens more knowledgable than the average senator by the time they reach 18.

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    Wagner Reply:

    The left won’t stop until the entire government is staffed by condescending apes

    https://imgur.com/a/rzb9Dnt

    Wagner Reply:

    I woke up today wanting to sincerely tell people to kill themselves and detail how they could go about doing that. That’s all I got, sorry.

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  • Wagner Says:

    The pedantic mindwarp beckons me

    https://imgur.com/a/yiVWdTy

    There’s no PC way to talk about geopolitics. If we ever did have a Restoration, so many books and documents would be recycled at the paper mills for their sheer phoniness. Unearthed phony tweets will get you fired.

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    Wagner Reply:

    https://imgur.com/a/Udycbnd

    Like I even care to learn about her side of things 😂 jk jk

    The interpretation in our time is always-already going to be biased toward the Jewish woman over the Nazi-ish guy. “That isn’t true, we interpret everyone equally.” Duh ok. “Hey, did you catch the pariahs vs. martyrs game?” I don’t care that a bunch of you were killed, you probably deserved it, from my observations.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Jeff Zucker, the president of CNN, graduated from Harvard with a degree in American History. I’d like to see his course listings and old professors’ publications, I’ll bet you he was steeped in civil war and wwii bs. All their ideas originate from somewhere, often professors, and if not professors directly, people who professors directly taught.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Brace yourself for a utopian notion: Cathedral Studies departments in universities. We don’t have to call it “cathedral”, I’m sure you know exactly what I’m talking about when I say that word. And I’m sure you also know that universities are lacking departments like these, indeed are over-laden with departments that teach the diametrical opposite of what we have in mind here.

    Why do we allow the Brain of the country to not have self-awareness? (Answer: it isn’t yet self-aware enough to notice it isn’t self-aware.)

    They can both directly and indirectly critique the rest of the departments, immediately accruing the title The Enemy no doubt, which is what the *philosophy* departments should be doing, if they weren’t part of the same braindead system as the rest of them.

    The fundamental premise would be that the occidental will-to-truth has deconcealed to itself that it has created a civilization based on lies, that it had both a noble and ignoble intention in doing so, and that it now needs to begin again from the beginning and ask itself which lies should be discarded, which should be fortified, and whether any lie should be fortified at all.

    Some hypothetical courses off the top of my head I think would be fun and enlightening:

    The Eugenics Controversy
    WWII from Mussolini’s Perspective
    The Constitution-Making Power
    Historical Genealogy (Senior Seminar)
    Kabbalah and World-Building
    Pareto’s Theory of Elites Applied to Today
    Dugin’s Sociology of International Relations
    The Ideology of the Ivy Leagues
    Hierarchy vs. Equality
    Heidegger and Jünger on Nihilism
    The Strauss/Kojève Debate on the End of History
    Matriarchy vs. Patriarchy
    [placeholder for when we figure out who the Chinese Dugin is]
    Ancients vs. Moderns
    Hitler as Antichrist
    Anti-Wagner Studies
    Globalism Realpolitik
    High Art and Low
    The State Religion Explained
    The Merits of Liberal Democracy
    Trolling and Satire
    The Internet as Gutenberg 2.0
    21st Century Cladistics
    Epistemology of Entheogenic Noetics
    Antiantiversity Speculation (Grad Seminar)
    War Between Generations
    Women’s Suffrage
    Hermetic Evola
    [placeholder for when the ~CIA releases the ESP files]

    I’m sure you can think of more. More that you won’t find in any university, that possibly should be taught at every university…

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    Wagner Reply:

    Been obsessed with the paradoxicality of the question Who? lately. Who reforms the academy? Who do you talk to to talk to [sic] the one who can reform it? They need to be held accountable for their systemic smothering of all the above scholarly subjects, this is a serious problem. So who is “They”? The deans? Who would talk to the deans? Are there laws against this “smothering”? If so lawyers would have to get involved. My guess is they’re legally in the clear so we’d have to make new laws. So who does that? See what I mean by Who? They’re the brains of the operation and no one ever questions them. Sooner would they add an Australian Aboriginal Studies program than a Cathedral Studies ones. In fact I’m sure there are many of the former out there already. Remember my Burckhardt posts? They’re fixated on multiplying low-culture departments. They’re supposed to be higher education! That is supposed to be something noble. They systematically evade “self-awareness departments” every step of the way. So who can do something about this?

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    Wagner Reply:

    An answer to Who can do something about reforming our institutions of higher education: moles.

    Especially ones in the Ivy Leagues, arguably the eye of the hurricane in regard to opinion-management.

    “The Ideology of the Ivy Leagues” needs to be written by someone on the inside. Probably someone who’s been annoyed for decades and always kept their head down. “Not anymore.” Could always go the anonymous route and run a blog too. This would be like dropping a grenade into a tank’s hatch. So devastatingly nasty it’s infamous, that’s what I want to read. Allll the gears and wiring exposed for current and former students alike to behold for an overdose of self-awareness.

    I don’t even have to research to know that a good portion, if not the majority, of the persons that comprise most of the power-nodes in the know the enemy chart have degrees from there. How to Strike at the Root – Exhibit A.

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  • Wagner Says:

    https://imgur.com/a/z4XzHuh

    You know something suspicious is going on when the primary text of a book is fewer pages than its surrounding content.

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