Doomcore

There’s a biblical blood moon omen hanging over September. Pure Satanism has conquered the culture of the West, to the posthumous laughter of the Mad Marquis. The Chinese economy is scaring people (a lot), and Tianjin just exploded. American “Recession Imminent.” Straight Outta Compton. Trump. Oil. Brazil’s economy is crashing even harder, and Russia is like a scene out of the Book of Revelation, with NATO and Russia rehearsing for war. (Still awaiting the India crisis news for the full BRIC meltdown). Germany is expecting 700,000 asylum seekers this year. “The international system as we know it is unravelling.” Googling ‘Middle East’ mostly turns up End Time prophecies, for understandable reasons (here‘s one secular story). Japan: “Be Afraid.” “The future of humanity is increasingly African.” There’s been a bomb blast in Bangkok, earth tremors in California. American race relations are falling off a cliff, probably because whites haven’t apologized enough yet, though some are trying. The UK has gone fascist (or something). Bitcoin is (needlessly) forking into the unknown. (Exotic and longer-term threats are a whole other story.) But the funny thing is …

August 17, 2015admin 33 Comments »
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  • Mark Citadel Says:

    I really hope my speculation about when this ends isn’t proved wildly incorrect. I was suspecting we had at least a decade, more likely fifteen years to make preparations both ideologically and practically. We need more time, otherwise a long period where the only global beneficiaries are ISIS and Pol Pot style ecoleftists is bound to emerge.

    Victory is, I feel, inevitable. However I’d rather catch the wave than just be dragged in eventually by the tide.

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    Posted on August 17th, 2015 at 5:30 pm Reply | Quote
  • Irving Says:

    LOL, this is great admin, thanks.

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    Posted on August 17th, 2015 at 6:09 pm Reply | Quote
  • Lesser Bull Says:

    Comparing the GOP to the Whigs is unfair . . . to the Whigs.

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    Posted on August 17th, 2015 at 6:15 pm Reply | Quote
  • Mark Warburton Says:

    I just can’t get my head around Laurie Penny’s AS Level standard of analysis. The Cathedral will really employ ANYONE as long they’re trollish, vociferous, and ring the bell of Godwin’s Law consistently.

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    Posted on August 17th, 2015 at 8:07 pm Reply | Quote
  • Mark Warburton Says:

    P.S. I’m leavinhg for Hong Kong before Xmas, so I won’t be so pissed by all this BS.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    bitcoins is not forking. Bitcoin XT blockchain (fork)have been around for years and used by developers to test any changes before applying it to main blockchain. All buzz currently just because of proposal to increase block size in XT chain, increase it or decrease it, it will not affect anyone on main blockchain. Because all transactions and mining happening on main bitcoin blockchain. Blocksize was increased on main blockchain once in 2013, and that is not a problem to increase it again. technically all what have to done is – mining polls have to update their servers on new version with larger block size. If you are not a miner you can run old software, it will not affect you in anyway.

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  • Doomcore | Reaction Times Says:

    […] Source: Outside In […]

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  • Lucian of Samosata Says:

    Comfy links as always.

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  • Hattori Says:

    There’s quite a lot of fuzz going on the web about an imminent financial crash/collapse event converging on September. Curious to know what admin thinks.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/11805523/Doomsday-clock-for-global-market-crash-strikes-one-minute-to-midnight-as-central-banks-lose-control.html#disqus_thread

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    Kgaard Reply:

    The markets are just telling the Fed “You are too tight.” One sees declines in emerging market stocks and currencies, as well as commodities, which is what you’d expect when the Fed is too tight for the world. If the Fed backs off its tightening plan for September, one would expect a rally in emerging markets and gold. If not, well, I guess the squeeze will continue. These things do tend to hit a nadir in October, which is the part of the year when liiqudity is weakest.

    But I do find most of the commentary on all this highly overwrought.

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    Orthodox Reply:

    China is forked. You can manipulate a currency for so long, especially if you’re politically manipulating it higher while economic policy is driving it lower. It is game over now.

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    Kgaard Reply:

    Well … so they devalue. Not the end of the world. One-off decline in the US$ value of China’s GDP followed by a pick-up in industrial activity. At least that’s the base case. Maybe something goes haywire in the process but it’s not a given …

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    Orthodox Reply:

    I agree, but 1997 looms. A strong domestic economy should keep China from turning into Thailand or Korea, but much of that domestic economy was fueled by real estate. I will put it this way: the market is far under pricing the risk in China. People weren’t even talking about depreciation in the yuan until the past year or so, even though the yuan would have depreciated in 2008 if it floated, and it has been structurally weakening since 2011.

    Kgaard Reply:

    Yeah could be. I’ve always found China tough to analyze. I know a guy who’s entire professional life revolves around being short China. He’s got a scary powerpoint and is currently rubbing his hands together.

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  • peter connor Says:

    the Al Fin article is some of the worst propaganda I have ever seen, full of stuff that was true 20 years ago, maybe, but completely contradicted by people on the actual ground today. See Karlin and Orlov….And if the Russian military is so incompetent, why do they have a great new fighter plane at minimal cost while the US has a $400 billion dud, the F-35?

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    admin Reply:

    FWIW, I too think Al Fin goes several degrees over the top whenever Russia is involved.

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  • Orthodox Says:

    Don’t forget the Shemitah.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TsYBuw6rko

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  • Adam Selene Says:

    Will Admin share his secret? How is it possible to find so much interesting material from consistently diverse sources?

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    Krelian Reply:

    He doesn’t search out the material. The material searches out Him.

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    Lucian of Samosata Reply:

    “How is it possible to find so much interesting material from consistently diverse sources?”

    Outside.

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  • IschakonAtomBomb Says:

    The egregore is moving us forward into this ominous future. The egregore knows not where it is going, but the wizards who helped summon it do. All we can do now is sit back and watch the egregore follow it’s memetic input. What has now been set in motion, can not be undone.

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    Erebus Reply:

    That’s absolutely right, and “egregore” is precisely the right word to use. (It implies, strongly, that there’s more to it than The Cathedral and the Deep-State — that there are mass-cultural/hivemind and overarching system effects.)

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    IschakonAtomBomb Reply:

    Of course. The egregore is operating on hyperstitions, and altering the future in accordance as it moves forward. What we’re seeing in the present, and lurching toward us from the fututre, is partially the physical manifestations of group think. Even the Cathedral is part of an egregore, running on an operating system composed of memes from a place removed from reality.

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    admin Reply:

    Doesn’t the Cathedral exactly signify “mass-cultural/hivemind and overarching system effects”?

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    Erebus Reply:

    I don’t believe so. Not if we take the Cathedral to mean the Universities and the Press, which was how it was first and most succinctly described. The Cathedral is the wellspring of modern culture, is the arbiter of fashion, is what moves the Overton window, and is now a quasi-official arm of government. Needless to say, the Cathedral is engaged in memetic engineering on a massive scale. But the Cathedral isn’t the populace, instead it merely hopes to keep the populace in thrall. The populace itself — the degraded, easily-manipulated populace — is itself the egregore, the magician’s dummy. And, like the Golem, it may be more zealous and more dangerous than its creators have intended.

    (…For instance, as far as I can tell, the grassroots racial agitation is we see today is only tacitly supported by the press and the universities, and is driven by worthless welfare recipients and idiotic SWPLs who think that chanting “black lives matter” is a sort of penance and absolves them of their “privilege.” Of course, then the questions start coming: What gave them the idea that they are”privileged”, and what made them think that they need to atone for it?)

    Similarly, the Cathedral isn’t the economy itself, but it does everything possible to influence the economy towards its ends. To varying degrees of success, I suppose.

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  • OLF Says:

    Janet Yellen is talking about raising the interest rates, it probably won’t happen. What will happen is QE4. They will have to do QE4, otherwise it’ll be very hard for HIllary to win the election…

    “But then once they stop with the quantitative easing, with the liquidity injection, the credit starts leaking out the sides again and the raft starts to sink and so they have to repeat quantitative easing. We’ve had QE1, QE2, and QE3; when QE3 stops, we’ll have QE4 and probably QE5.”,
    http://dailyreckoning.com/well-have-qe4-and-probably-qe5-or-else-collapse/

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    Krelian Reply:

    I’m more worried about QE4 coming in a different form altogether. Think Cyprus style bail-ins.

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  • RorschachRomanov Says:

    Darkness Yeeeeaaahhh!!

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  • SVErshov Says:

    “The trouble . . . is that we are terrifyingly ignorant. The most learned of us are ignorant. . . . The acquisition of knowledge always involves the revelation of ignorance—almost is the revelation of ignorance. Our knowledge of the world instructs us first of all that the world is greater than our knowledge of it.”
    — Wendell Berry, writer and Kentucky farmer

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  • vxxc2014 Says:

    I do so hope Laurie Pennie is right.

    And then they’ll come for you my Dear.

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  • RorschachRomanov Says:

    For anyone interested, Liu Cixin’s “The Dark Forest” (sequel to “The Tbree-Body Problem”) was recently released in english. Will we apes prevail or will Trisolaris eradicate us?

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    RorschachRomanov Reply:

    @RorschachRomanov

    The Tbree Body Problem? Damn phone!

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  • This Week in Reaction (2015/08/23) | The Reactivity Place Says:

    […] his inimitable flair, Nick Land surveys current events. Also this sorta thing leads me to believe that some atheists have a richer spiritual life than me. […]

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