Quote note (#203)

Apologies in advance for this one. Actually, don’t read it. You’ll be disgusted with yourself afterwards, and it will haunt you for the rest of your days.

If you’re seriously determined, nevertheless, to follow the abyssal path all the way into the left-liberal id, this is the short-cut you need. Nothing will quite look the same again.

A little scene setting:

He held the carving board and asked if I’d like light meat or dark.
“Sorry,” I said. “Don’t eat meat.”
“Of course you don’t,” he said, and gave me just the slightest fraction of a smile. Looking back, it was the smile that did it, the boyish arrogance of it, the pulse of entitlement in his eyes.
I really hate this person, I thought, and yet once the bird had moved on I raised my glass and asked him to refill it.

Soon afterwards:

I turned around and lifted my ass into the air. I was giving myself to him. I was literally presenting. This was it. This was my chance to be fucked by everything vile and soulless and cruel that I’d built a life out of despising. The country was going to die, the world was going to burn, so why not let one of the apocalypse’s shock troops bang the shit out of me while the flames spread. He lifted up my skirt and yanked aside my panties. With one hand he pushed my face into the bed, with the other he guided himself in. I didn’t need to apologize to anyone, not D. [the lucky fiancé], not myself, not my ideals. All I wanted was to feel this current of consuming disgust. It swirled through my head, behind my eyes, between my legs. He thrust and I gasped.

(She goes on to complain about the femtosecond laser effect. Too late baby!)

I’m now guessing Trump could actually win in 2016 — depending upon how much the voting booth feels like a sleazy hotel room. That would totally screw up the Outsideness Strategy, but what can you do against the all-consuming power of Nazi Porn?

ADDED: “Salon has become a cesspool of lies and moral confusion.” (Hard to see how anyone could come to that conclusion.)

ADDED: The exotic version.

November 26, 2015admin 27 Comments »

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  • Seth Says:

    Off topic:

    This article at the Washington Examiner is interesting to read from a neoreactionary perspective. It posits, rightly, that campus radicals will not respond to reminders about the importance of liberal political principles because the radicals are explicitly rejecting those principles, in favor of a politics based on raw power. The author argues that the best way to combat fascist campus radicalism is to mount a new defense of liberal political principles.

    However, the possibility that fascist radicalism is the logical endpoint of liberal political principles is nowhere on the author’s radar.


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 3:35 pm Reply | Quote
  • Hattori Says:

    Heartiste would be proud.


    frank Reply:


    My thought exactly. Leftist rabbits have no self awareness.


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 4:13 pm Reply | Quote
  • Artxell Knaphni Says:

    It doesn’t matter whether it’s “Left” or “Right”, the USA covers all the bases, with farcical & “dumbed down” fantasy reenactments of both.

    This stuff is really boring, but evidently you thought it worth linking. So –

    Notice, the Democrat female wasn’t “engaged”, the Republican male was.
    The Democrat female, though, admitted to liasons with married males.
    Nevertheless, even there, she wasn’t bound by any voluntary agreement or contract, whereas the married males were.

    Whatever one thinks of her choices, the Democrat female did not contravene her stated values, whatever those might be, whereas the males reneged on their voluntary agreements.

    She was expressing her “freedom”, they were being hypocrites.

    All of this suggests that some Republican, & some married, males, hold hypocrisy as the value to which they adhere.


    Alex Reply:

    Failure to adhere to a stated code need not be hypocrisy.


    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    I guess there are other possibilities.
    Being victims of their own lusts? Incompetence?
    But how would such explanations gel with the rhetoric of “self-responsibility” that Republicans seem so fond of?


    Xoth Reply:

    How perfectly boring. Are you done anytime soon?

    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 4:23 pm Reply | Quote
  • vxxc2014 Says:

    Please understand that the Democrats have now codified their plan to ruin Thanksgiving, they actually sent out a Tweet of talking points with which to correct your Republican Uncle at Table.

    Also note in the Salon article how she describes her Family: “It’s an easy target for mocking, the Thanksgiving dinner. The ethically stunted, the politically abhorrent, the morally perplexing individuals we find ourselves sharing this meal with feel almost obligated to play their part.”

    In the book by Halbestam “The Best and the Brightest” the author attends a meeting of the peace movement in the early 1960s – JFK is still alive at the time – and is advised quietly by a mainstream liberal attending the meeting that each one of these people is a tragedy for their families. Young Jimmy Breslin cub reporter attended the meeting and was informed these were Jacobins. Being essentially a Left Wing Philistine printed it up the next day as “Jackalbins”. < Unintended Hilarity.

    This Thanksgiving let us be thankful for those who don't give them anymore attention, the very oxygen these sickly creatures need to exist.

    This creature is one of Heartiste's notches. A sickly creature that needed the abuse. She got it. Let us not pass them on in word, print, deed or breed. It's time for this to end and they sense not only their fate but that it's necessary for them to Go. 225 years of Jacobins is enough.


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 4:54 pm Reply | Quote
  • Xoth Says:

    Three years later: Married mother of two, living in the suburbs, votes straight R.


    Skilluminati Reply:

    “My perspective really changed when I had little Bradley. I still want a better world, of course, but…”


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 5:16 pm Reply | Quote
  • TheOmnivore Says:

    If only that guy had lasted a few minutes longer she’d be voting Trump and have three kids.


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 5:26 pm Reply | Quote
  • P. George Stewart Says:

    Of course she could always snap out of it, stop seeing the chap through a veil of concepts and prejudices, and see him as a fellow human being with whom she shares more than divides them – which was supposed to be the original point of Universalism and the like.

    Again, while I’m sympathetic to NRx stuff, I’m basically of the Progressive tribe, I just think it took a wrong turn ideologically during the 19th century. Classical liberalism is the true, straight progressive path, but, with the Left, it deviated into sexy power fantasies. But thankfully, most people don’t really believe their ideologies in their most extreme form, and end up having families and babies and an investment in the stability of society (cf. the way the Black September was decommissioned by Fatah – an extreme case that proves the point).

    Left and Right are misleading misnomers, in reality there’s only the progressive attitude and the conservative attitude. Conservatism is the necessary balance. Things can always be improved, and we need to dream up possible ways of improving things, but at the same time there are more ways of missing a target than hitting it, and what actually works mustn’t be thrown away carelessly. Both … movements? gestures? gesta? – should work in tandem as a discovery process (you can have as much antagonism and mutual loathing at the “tactical” level as you like, so long as there’s a deep understanding of the necessary polarity at a “strategic” level). Catabolism and anabolism, solve et coagula.

    In fact, one might go so far as to say that the madness comes when the strategic necessity for both is forgotten by either.


    vxxc2014 Reply:

    @P. George Stewart

    Ah yes but you see in the present your tribe is mad.


    We don’t have to live like this – under the rule of the insane Progressive Tribe – nor can we, nor will we.

    We can’t go on like this and we won’t. By the way if you’re thinking Neo-Reactionaries are conservative you’ve got a lot to learn about Neo-Reaction. All of the leading lights were raised and often for a time prospered in Progressive Bliss until something awoke them from the spell. There’s not much here Woodrow Wilson himself would disagree with other than the errant Royalist. These are the banished coders of Eve. As far as balance you’ve come to the wrong place and perhaps Progressives begin in the wrong places for balance in any case.

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving and may I suggest all Progressives of good sense need to quit now.



    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 5:48 pm Reply | Quote
  • Quote note (#203) | Reaction Times Says:

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    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 7:47 pm Reply | Quote
  • Grotesque Body Says:

    This is smut even by my standards.


    Posted on November 26th, 2015 at 8:22 pm Reply | Quote
  • slumlord Says:

    The fantasy precedes the reality. If lefty writers are writing about repugnant sex with righties, we’ve won the game.


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 6:28 am Reply | Quote
  • Artxell Knaphni Says:

    @ Xoth’s “How perfectly boring. Are you done anytime soon?”

    What did you expect?
    Have you got better suggestions, or a better logic?


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 9:24 am Reply | Quote
  • Artxell Knaphni Says:


    @ Xoth’s “How perfectly boring. Are you done anytime soon?”

    What did you expect?
    Have you got better suggestions, or a better logic?


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 9:27 am Reply | Quote
  • Artxell Knaphni Says:

    Stiegler on Daesh and ‘the age of disruption”


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 10:19 am Reply | Quote
  • GC Says:

    I wonder what the Last Psychiatrist would have made of this.


    Grotesque Body Reply:

    “Your knee-jerk self-righteous indignation at social phenomenon X is mistaken. What you should really believe is my perspective because it’s slightly more counterintuitive and relies on more fancy Lacanian terminology than your unsophisticated common sense, which is of course wrong. At the start of this article you thought I was laughing with you at social phenomenon X, but I’m really laughing at you and social phenomenon X. In the opening of my article I have disarmed you by reassuring you that you are cleverer than X, but I do this only to achieve my real goal of compelling you to accept that I’m clevererer than you. Make sure to tune in next time so I can correct your illusions and tell you how the world really is.” Insert self-deprecating alcoholism joke.


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 10:36 am Reply | Quote
  • Y. Ilan Says:

    Of course she is taking pride in acting out like a pathetic victim; after all, she has been taught to worship the ugly, the weak and the downtrodden. It is good that such a morality cannot last, and will crack at the very first signs of hardship… That, or die screaming.


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 1:03 pm Reply | Quote
  • michael Says:

    that article about the thanksgiving hookup has to be another Sokal Hoax, theres not a line in it that doesnt scream leftist stereotype.


    4candles Reply:

    You didn’t think we could get by on T-shirt sales forever, did you? Nazi porn is like NRx Mills & Boon.


    Posted on November 27th, 2015 at 2:26 pm Reply | Quote
  • RJL Says:

    “They didn’t think twice about asking to come on my face but would call me a reactionary if I put on mascara.”


    Posted on November 28th, 2015 at 2:05 am Reply | Quote
  • RiverC Says:

    We wonder, for our own amusement, what sort of magic was going to protect those space-objects from theft, capture, claim, sale and purchase. The magic of laws? “This text states that you may not take any asteroids.” Meanwhile, there is no one out there with any interest in actually preventing the claim of asteroids… but the magic words, man. The magic. words.


    admin Reply:

    Earth-based entities could be legally persecuted in order to interrupt their off-planet activities. I’m assuming that the importance of this law is that it explicitly renounces such action.


    Posted on December 1st, 2015 at 4:34 am Reply | Quote

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