Moron bites (#24)

It just keeps coming.

There have been suggestions it’s a parody, but my guess is that they really are this demented. Hard as it is to imagine, it doesn’t sound like mad barking to them. (They’ve been spoiled.)

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  • Paul Ennis Says:

    It’s quite well-written so I’m slightly suspicious it is by anti-fa or whatnot.*

    Albeit a two-minute scan of twitter #ld50 makes clear that even if it is not real it is being treated as such by the left.

    So I guess in these environs things are more or less as they always are, somewhat irreal.

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  • BMCI Blog Says:

    Strikes me as a fair and accurate summation of the worthless stupidity you have been producing since ‘recovering’ from your drug induced brain damage.

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    Wagner Reply:

    I hate Land’s guts and even I see this as a strawman. Zero evidence to support your claim. Freud and Derrida loved their cocaine, google it.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    inevitable, you say tomato, they say potato, only can get worse from now on. package deal.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    eggplant

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  • Wagner Says:

    refuse: “… there is much worse in the world today than Nick Land.”

    outsideness: “Damn! I’m trying though — honestly!”

    If you were trying the New Centre for Reification and Praxis wouldn’t let you anywhere near the youth.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Would this be a bad time for me to wonder aloud again if maybe moldbug was a really really smart jew who saw the inevitability of reaction and want to draw the goy talent into the open while they still felt safe?

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    vxxc2014 Reply:

    Yeah I reached same conclusion about Moldbug more than 2 years ago.
    It doesn’t matter.

    Moldbug attracted goy who like him want to ironically observe it all OR write code to avoid strife/blood/work.

    Land is an exception as he’s honestly Transhumanist. We all get written off for the upgrade.

    The only people who matter EVER are people who will ACT. Moldbug and NRx are a marvelous formula for criticizing and indeed Deconstructing the Left and Progressives. He far out Derrida’s Derrida himself.

    NRx is great critique of Left and Progress, Dark Enlightenment even better than Moldbug/UR.

    But it doesn’t offer a practical alternative. Patchwork is clearly chaos and there’s not even a path to the chaos -which is in real life the easy part.

    A warning and caution: Progress must be destroyed. However Jewish power is largely behind the scenes and in America/West is not real power [Force]. It’s moral superiority, illusion. If we had Gold money and they had the Gold it would be more substantial. Our money is now heavily overleveraged fraud fiat.

    Their power was Illusion. It’s vanishing. So don’t spend too much time there.

    Real power is Force. Organize Force at every level. Like the Left any band of men should be organized and entryist style into a cell of potential force. Simply organize every group with a self defense contingency and much of the rest happens according to formulas we’re born with AFTER the decision to fight is made.

    And for what it’s worth that’s EXACTLY how Israel organized. At first gangs that defended Jews from Arab raiding. That’s the History and Genesis of the IDF. They were protecting their sheep, goats, olives from Arab raiders. Today we call them the IDF.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    as you know I too have concluded that in the long run superior violence is all there is. I agree not just the jews but the entire cathedral have little ability for effective violence against its citizens because its agents of violence are its citizens, at least for now. Once we decide they are over with very little fighting. I am half kidding about Moldbug, But his ideas have become a distraction and impediment to what needs doing. Like most jews he’s a better critic than a builder.
    I have been trying to figure out how to organize without it turning into muh millitia, one idea was organizing the guys who run the infrastructure and basic services in each community and maybe align them loosely with the oath keeping cops.Obviously its about defense and communication but not overtly.Its tricky you want the guys who can restart the power plant, and take down the right bridges if need be, but you dont want to be explicit or you will trigger them away and the feds in.You want the heavy equipment owner/operators, the ham radio guys,pilots,surgeons, The guys with the guns are not in short supply in this country they will just show up if needed organizing them doesnt help. Perhaps having officers prepared that understand that communities defense needs would.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    However Jewish power is largely behind the scenes and in America/West is not real power [Force]. It’s moral superiority, illusion.

    Pretty sure the Rothschilds could hire something like Blackwater but blacker any day they wanted to take out your internet screeching sorry asses.

    s(R) Reply:

    You called that one right.

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  • Artxell Knaphni Says:

    I did actually defend your right to expression, if not your ideology, itself, of course, on FB.

    “Land’s great service has been that of a reverse whistleblower, that is to say, his enthused advocacy itself blows the whistle on that which it advocates!
    He is not alone in this, there is one other, Rudolf, who may well be working in partnership with Land.

    It is slowly becoming clear that the resistance to Land’s explicitness is a classical symptom of repression. The desire to suppress Land’s message is in no way a disagreement with, or a disavowal of, that message! It is however, a desperate attempt to cover up a disturbing and uncomfortable truth, which those like Andrew Osborne and Jasper Bernes do not wish to think about, let alone hear, widely discussed. In breaking through this barrier, Land’s partner, Rudolph, has given perhaps the most succinct expression:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k4eh8Y2G90

    and:

    “Nick Land’s lot won’t be happy about it. The white supremacists over there have gotten used to me calling them inferior. They’ve even been inspired into a bit of self-analysis, talking about their medications and the like. Your proposal, would change all that, traumatising them back into their former categorical rigidity. It’s not very sensitive towards the melanin challenged.”

    I’ve written other comments, too. For some strange reason, the second one was removed, not sure why.

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    Nick Land advocates for racially based absolutist micro-states, where unregulated capitalism combines with genetic separation between global elites and the ‘refuse’ (his term) of the rest.

    And who can argue that this demographic formulation would not work better than what we have today?

    The Left fights back as usual with binary categories and taboos.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Youre far too modest Brett

    ” Stevens is a self-declared white nationalist whose ideas influenced Anders Breivik and who, in turn, praised Breivik’s murder of 77 people for, in Stevens’ eyes, being an attack on ‘leftists’: ‘I am honored to be so mentioned by someone who is clearly far braver than I,’ Stevens wrote of Breivik.”

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    JRM Reply:

    Nick Land advocates for racially based absolutist micro-states, where unregulated capitalism combines with genetic separation between global elites and the ‘refuse’ (his term) of the rest.
    “And who can argue that this demographic formulation would not work better than what we have today?”

    But if you strike “micro-” and asterisk “unregulated”, isn’t this actually what we do have today? We already *have* a “global elite” who pretty much write their own rules. The global elite already separate themselves from the rest- indeed, they occupy another world altogether.

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  • 1488 (YEE HAW) Says:

    Violently shutting people up (repressing their philosophical or rational expression of thoughts and feelings) either with physical aggression or explicitly targeted active economic and social castration for me remains inherently immoral. From the perspective of morality and my system of principles, I wouldn’t do that to someone else were they to want to speak their mind or discuss something. I would disagree with them, I would attack their views openly and I would write against them.

    I wouldn’t ever say “we need to shut them down.” Or we can’t let them say that out loud. It’s just a basic idea for me that people should be allowed their own freedom of thought inside their own minds, and to be allowed to decide for themselves based on the flow of pure data. Text, statistics, etc. For me, my personal fear is any small number of people having too much authority and too much control, and being able to decide what things should be at any given whim, without any real inherent moral value behind their decisions. That is what I consider to be something worth preventing and fighting against.

    Art, poetry, music, films, sculptures, engineering, science… these are all forms of expression of the individual soul. Of the spirit. It is, for me, an inherent right – God given if you will – that any person must be able to express these things freely within society and within their own space. Expression should be balanced. It gets more nuanced obviously, for me however this is my tendency.

    So for me whenever I see one loud, aggressive group of people basically campaigning to shut something down, silence it, strike fear into it, remove it, repress it, and so on, my natural innate tendency is to side against those people. For me, I may not agree with the speaker, however in such an instance I would always find the speaker more agreeable than the group trying to “shut it down.”

    That is a fundamental part of my belief system.

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  • Apatheos Says:

    Is the talk from August available online?

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  • 1488 (YEE HAW) Says:

    I must admit that since I began reading this site and associated materials around 5 years ago, my opinions have changed drastically. In the past few months I’ve personally re-evaluated my stance on neoreaction and politics in general, and to be honest I feel more sympathetic to leftism than I did before. I think better to simply say that here. It was a combination of empathy and spending time in poor areas, as well as engaging with cultures which are “othered” by some of the discourses in neoreaction. I actually stopped really caring to read a lot of the things in neoreaction as well, because it just didn’t feel like a good use of time. I didn’t like how it made me FEEL more than anything else, and I felt like it was separating me from a positive engagement with other people.

    I have never really considered myself racist or hateful, despite flirtations with some of the most taboo or negative sides of the “Alt Right” – I always have thought outright racism and racial slurs were either distasteful or downright non-compassionate. I always thought, yeah, these statistics might be true but that doesn’t mean to let go of your dignity or compassion for all people. At the same time, in truth, I did feel myself become more racist at times. In today’s society such a transgression is the ultimate no-no. You go there, and you’re done for. The thing is, now I just don’t really care. And maybe that’s due to the fact that we’ve basically made so much headway. The perspectives discussed here are more nuanced in their function than the majority who even spend time here can understand. It is natural for dumbfounded groups the misunderstand or read in some kind of “pure hate” or “racism” into things, but for them it is I think very much a matter of emotion or empathy.

    Inhuman, coldness, these things are natural to this particular segment of neoreaction. I must admit I don’t want to engage much more with coldness as it leads me to feel quite unwell generally. However, I do think the majority of people should be more cold than they are – or at least cool down a bit. There is far too much heat of the kind in that link in the world itself, too much of that hot headed stupidity that is lining the walls of almost every part of civilized society today on these subjects, and we would do well to filtrate that polluted air one way or another.

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  • Ur-mail Says:

    Quite the compliment. The desperation. The inability to stave off the erosion of their position.

    Monopolists never did like the return of market competition.

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  • Lucian Says:

    Someone should goad them into a no-platform campaign against the whole of China for ‘racism’.

    KEK

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  • Cryptogenic Says:

    The scare quotes, italics, creative writing class adjectives and euphemisms (“merrily slop around”) betray a pretty sustained squirt of epinephrine and serious agitation.

    What I mean to say is: good job!

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  • Zardoz Says:

    Antagonism is good. I think the multicultural left is, in general, too tolerant and unwilling to label enemies. Absolute Multiculturalism is a fantasy, could anyone really tolerate the Aztec Empire in 2017?

    The only ideology I can think of that would tolerate the Aztecs would be NRx, though you can imagine the borders to the empires neighbors would be firmly closed. Isn’t that just North Korea or Eritrea?

    If the left wants to shut out Land/NRx then that’s a good thing. The last thing any of us should be doing is to argue for entry to their space on the grounds or multiculturalism, democratic exchange or free speech.

    Each new boundary is a victory.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    “could anyone really tolerate the Aztec Empire in 2017?”

    What would you call the gangs made up of aztecs” ms13, zecata cartels etc?

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    Zardoz Reply:

    cheap racism. I’d call the mexican drug cartels Latino, mixed native and european, not Aztec. And further, no legitimate authority tolerates the cartels. In fact billions are spent from columbia to the US trying to defeat them.

    The Aztec Theocracy was not criminal, and while it’s neighbors feared the triple alliance, they recognized the Aztecs as a legitimate power and engaged in ritual “Flower Wars”. Similar to European warfare, the Flower Wars happened at set times and places and followed rules. Unlike European warfare, the Flower Wars were not for the purpose of defeating an enemy and conquering it, but rather for the exchange of slaves that each side would ritually sacrifice.

    I imagine in NRx patchwork, there’d be no place for the Drug Cartels, as they seem to have no actual interest in governance, nor do they respect national borders.

    On the other hand, there would be space for an entity like the Aztec Empire and Religion (in NRx), but only the Aztec Blood Cult/Religion (in a multicultural utopia).

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Racism? LMAOROTF dude we’re scientific racists. as for bloodthirsty aztecas yeah same little round peoples as MS13, etc still playing soccer with heads, tatiiong their faces, still worshiping the same chickens, getting high on the same plants only maybe a little white blood has helped them to get by in the modern world

    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Some of the cartels actually seem have some interest in governance – FARC, for example. We’ll see, I guess; as a whole, they pretty much are parasites with little respect for the borders of others, unless it can be enforced violently.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    The thing is Nick they have the science to back it up, while all you have is the hate.

    https://phys.org/news/2017-03-physics-wealth-inequality.html

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    Ur-mail Reply:

    Did you even read the paper cited in the linked article? It is in no way sufficient to refute Land’s claims w.r.t. population genetics and economics (which is what I assume this comment targets).

    The paper models individuals as particles in a fluid. Movement is a product of energy consumption, thus the individuals with the most motion (highest fuel consumption) are those with the highest incomes. Entire economies are literal engines propelling individuals through them within a constrained geographic region.

    Differences in GDP fall out as relative measures of the efficiency of the economic engines of different countries.

    What caused some geographic regions to develop more efficient economic engines than others? Why have some regions consistently been able to improve the designs of their engines while others have not?

    These questions aren’t even touched by the article, and so it refutes nothing. I did enjoy the read though, and will continue to track the work.

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  • Dark Reformation101 Says:

    I burst out laughing when I read this: “As the crisis lurches into the Frog Twitter presidency…”

    Can this really be serious?

    Admin, you’re very verbose.

    I would love to see how you answer, in your academic voice, to the charge of “racism.”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    I thought ‘verbose’ means ‘using special words’ but according to the most common dictionaries apparently it doesn’t, but means ‘using more words than necessary’ and I think the latter doesn’t apply to Land as he is a rather compressive writer. He tends to compressed speech, even matching his diagnosed tendency of acceleration.

    » wordy, verbose, prolix, diffuse mean using more words than necessary to express thought. wordy may also imply loquaciousness or garrulity (a wordy speech). verbose suggests a resulting dullness, obscurity, or lack of incisiveness or precision »
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/verbose

    It is sonorous, perhaps that you’d want to use, meaning ‘impressive style’.

    Frankly though I think these two should be reversed. Verbose should mean ‘impressive style’ and ‘sonorous’ should mean a fancy word for noise or noise-like because of its association with noise.

    I think people are already using ‘verbosity’ to mean ‘special language’ so I’m on the right side of history and the dictionaries need updates.

    In fact there are so many synonyms of ‘verbose’ that it must be re-defined.

    » Synonyms for verbosity, of varying flavors of the meaning, include wordiness, verbiage, prolixity, grandiloquence, garrulousness, expatiation, logorrhea, and sesquipedalianism. Corresponding adjectival forms are verbose, wordy, prolix, grandiloquent, garrulous, and logorrheic. »

    This leaving out » orotund, overblown, rhetorical, swollen, aureate, bombastic, declamatory, flowery, fustian, high-flown, high-sounding ». All negative words for aspects of verbosity. There are more. The sheer number of synonyms for using “complex” or “different” language suggests a defense reaction of an Intellectual inferiority complex. I contend ‘verbose’ is neutral and doesn’t necessarily mean that people are use obscuring language—i.e. losing precision through too many or, apparently—too obscure words.

    » The word verbosity comes from Latin verbosus, “wordy” ».

    I suggest verbosity and wordiness just mean word deployment, but especially word deployment there seems to be something special about (e.g. flowery, technical, declarative, demanding, extravagant), thus being somewhat synonymous with discourse yet also being a type of discourse. A discourse that uses special words. Special enough as opposed to mostly or only common words.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    Are robots hung for hung for electric sheep?

    Nick Land promotes racism, in its eugenic, ethnonationalist, and cultural varieties

    they strike us more as Land’s ‘useful idiots’, enhancing the reputation, credibility, and reach of a far right racist

    opposition to the content and aims of Land’s racism

    It is suggested that lack of critical attention to Land’s racist scene allowed it to proliferate unchecked,

    the Land camp] is one of the many reasons as to why we are seeing an unchallenged rise of fascism and white nationalism in Europe and North America’

    So let us clarify a little with some brief exposition of Land’s far right racism.

    Nick Land advocates for racially based absolutist micro-states, where unregulated capitalism combines with genetic separation between global elites and the ‘refuse’ (his term) of the rest. It’s a eugenic philosophy of ‘hyper-racism’, as he describes it on the racist blog Alternative Right

    Yes, this ‘hyper-racism’ is that daft – and would be laughed off as the fantasy of a neoliberal Dr Strangelove

    Land uses euphemism to stand in for the white nationalist notion of a coming ‘white genocide

    like the Nazis before him, Land’s analysis of capitalism produces and is sustained by a pseudo-biological theory of eugenic difference and separation:

    There’s no ‘philosophy’ here to be separated from Land’s far right ‘politics’; the two are interleaved and co-constituting.

    Hence it’s little wonder that his philosophy is inseparable from the racism

    he tweeted favourably to a rabidly racist blog that explained German crime rates as the result of the supposed innate propensities of ‘races

    Chinese ‘are impeccably well behaved’, to which Land’s response: ‘90% of my racism is based on that fact’.

    a calculated ambiguity to his racism,

    that aides his efforts to extend the reach of his racism

    these narcissistic, racist identitarians

    Nick Land openly declares his racism,

    Careful or you will end up being compared to Churchill

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    Wagner Reply:

    http://imgur.com/a/GdxkH

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    collen ryan Reply:

    In 1937, he told the Palestine Royal Commission: “I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.”

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    collen ryan Reply:

    HEY ZARDOZ HERES SOME CHEAP RACISM

    Churchill has been criticised for advocating the use of chemical weapons – primarily against Kurds and Afghans.
    “I cannot understand this squeamishness about the use of gas,” he wrote in a memo during his role as minister for war and air in 1919.
    “I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes,” he continued.
    And it’s important to note that he was in favour of using mustard gas against Ottoman troops in WW1,
    author of Churchill’s Secret War, has said that despite refusing to meet India’s need for wheat, he continued to insist that it exported rice to fuel the war effort.
    So 170,000 tons of Australian wheat bypassed starving India – destined not for consumption but for storage,”
    Churchill even appeared to blame the Indians for the famine, claiming they “breed like rabbits”
    by Churchill – entitled “How the Jews Can Combat Persecution” was discovered in 2007. “It may be that, unwittingly, they are inviting persecution – that they have been partly responsible for the antagonism from which they suffer,” it said. “There is the feeling that the Jew is an incorrigible alien, that his first loyalty will always be towards his own race.”
    “How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia [rabies] in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy.
    “Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.”

    admin Reply:

    Spot the magic word.

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  • Rasputin Says:

    Gnon is racist.

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  • Daniel Chieh Says:

    I think their frantic nature reveals much more about them, than anything else.

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  • Anon Says:

    Ctrl-f “raci”: 40 results, almost one in every paragraph.

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    Erebus Reply:

    Hah… And the entire thing is only around 12 paragraphs long, so the average across all of them is quite a lot higher than one.

    I think that it’s an elaborate joke. Probably one of our host’s friends or colleagues playing a prank on him. It is harmless, mostly funny, and not at all to be taken seriously.

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    Rasputin Reply:

    It’s not a joke – or at least the “joke” is that they are serious.

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  • devcarrier Says:

    “That Land’s chosen people are internally homogeneous global classes of high ‘socio-economic status’ and not exclusively ‘white’ should not be the distraction he intends”

    Tfw Balaji Srinivasan is a core influence at the UF terminal, but it ain’t fitting your cute undergrad narrative.

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  • Cryptogenic Says:

    OT: admin, I think you may have a cameo in Nicola Masciandaro’s new book “Sacer.” There is a Detective Land who investigates the disappearance of someone who may or may not, depending upon the status of occult/neurocinematic forces, have killed himself.

    I mean, who else would they call?

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    Mark Warburton Reply:

    Good call, Crypto. Bought!

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    Wagner Reply:

    “Finding Yourself Atop the Asymmetrical Spiral of Mystical Death.” Ok, this guy seems cool.

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    John Hannon Reply:

    Is the Detective Land character racist?

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  • Detective Rand Says:

    @Cryptogenic
    good call? the dude is literally named Land in it :p
    the book sucks though.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    That’s highly debatable. I’d rank it with admin’s Phyl-Undhu and Chasm and Negarestani’s Cyclonopedia.

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    Mark Alan Warburton Reply:

    Liked all of those (especially Phyl-Undhu) So will enjoy I reckon.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    @collen ryan

    “Physics can predict wealth inequality”– Come on thats funny

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    vxxc2014 Reply:

    Mr. Ryan,

    “I have been trying to figure out how to organize without it turning into muh millitia, one idea was organizing the guys who run the infrastructure and basic services in each community and maybe align them loosely with the oath keeping cops.”

    RW self defense entryism into said trade unions and with even through the cops. ANY COPS Mike.
    They’re all Oathkeepers. Even if they don’t want to join OK [and get made]. Cops very wary people.

    If you reverse the Left’s entryist practices you’ll find as they did you not only work with what you have [always sound] but you start with the work half done – the organization exists. You can keep it loose, only defensive just in case [and cops already are mentally preppers you know] and we don’t need ideological purity on the right or even power – just action by men. War swims right – it’s human nature winning.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Your brackets suggest that you should spend time thinking rather than acting.

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  • JRM Says:

    “On 19 March he tweeted favourably to a rabidly racist blog that explained German crime rates as the result of the supposed innate propensities of ‘races’ (and not, as anyone with a critical philosophy of capital knows, a result of racism, insecurity, and poverty)”.

    This para has all the best KEKS:

    Muh critical philosophy.

    “Rabidly” as modifier for “racist” = classic.

    Races in quotes as “races”. This paper gets an “A”.

    “Racism, insecurity, and poverty” are to blame for all of everything. Need ‘mo money ‘fo dem programs much?

    This paragraph is the “it was a dark and stormy night” of it’s genre.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Landmonkey your insight may *authentically* be materializing here:

    https://twitter.com/AGhostler/status/847123081005027329

    Monkeyland how do you account for your monkeyness? Of course you won’t answer.

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    Wagner Reply:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C8IQkmFV0AEYuUl.jpg:large

    nICK I strongly suggest you dip out of this Mind-Control. Maybe you are strong enough to take the tisk I mean risk, but I highly distrust your instinct if that is what you think. Do you care about not subordinating intelligence? Then show it. If you think community is “silliness” then show it. Are you brave enough to say GO FUCK YOURSELVES to many people you know and love – that is the question. Nietzsche would want you to laugh in their lying faces.

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    Mason Masters Reply:

    This Wagner guy has chutzpah, I like it.

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    judge holden Reply:

    *smiles*

    RealDonaldTrump Reply:

    Same IP. Sad!

    Wagner Reply:

    Wa’n’t me mistah presdent. Anyway, I’ve been waiting for this to happen to Land! And it’s about time:

    “‘Let us do the same thing again,’ they squeal happily,
    ‘let us bury him. Let us be ever so professional in our dealings with
    this dangerous animal, and nurture another limping dwarf.'”

    The game has now begun.

    P. S.

    Was it a woman who wrote that New Centre statement? If not then–wew, lads. One thing I’ve noticed about people into POZ’d continental philosophy is it’s difficult to distinguish their gender and they tend to the feminine… Not like there’s anything wrong with that!

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