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West:

I’m rather inclined to believe that neither the UK or the EU will necessarily be around as this century matures, and it won’t be the economic or emotional catastrophe people imagine. Sad though it would be to see ane end of ane auld sang, Scotland would do fine as an independent nation. They gave the world Adam Smith, after all.

(The whole article is a sanity-packed delight.)

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    I see the nation-state as getting replaced by the nation: a community defined almost entirely by biological similarity.

    We have seen every System possible fail in the last two centuries, and people cannot have faith in those. We can have faith in “your skin is your uniform,” but not enough. Birthright? That we can believe in.

    People need positive reasons to work together, not negative (managerial, control, bureaucratic) ones.

    Anglo-German Texas could do it as well, but we would need to remove the currently obstructing populations, namely the Irish and Mexicans.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    u wot m8?

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    R. J. Moore II Reply:

    Honestly, we haven’t seen that much variety. All of them have been managerial bureaucracy in the Burnham sense (which is why democracy, fascism and communism all have similar pathologies). What you’re describing is a commonwealth in the older sense, but many kinds of privatized governments – from corporate to caste to old fashioned fiefdoms and tribal orders – are possible. Ethnic similarity can engender shared feelings and traits, thus acting as a center of gravity for forming a state, but many other possible coordination factors exist. Cognitive elites seem to be gravitating away from rulership towards segregation, and even outside globalist imperialism this might continue. This is possibly bad for low IQ normies, deprived of their best members, but there’s not necessarily anything they can do about it. It may be that stupid people will be forced into political ghettos, which is essentially what black Africa always has been. I see this as possibly a good trend, especially since I don’t have anything in common with normies and thus little sympathy from their problems.

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    The Grand Strategy of Bin Laden is coming to fruition. His plan was to lure the U.S into a bog with Afganistan. Then, he reasoned that the political differences would rift America apart and it would fall like the Soviet Union.

    Trouble is, if America does break up, the newly freed red America won’t take kindly to the Bin Boys.

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  • grey enlightenment Says:

    Judin by the market’s muted repsonce to brexit, the dissolution of the EU may not be as cataclysmic as headlines suggest The UK is just Enland plus Ireland, Whales and Scottland.

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  • michael Says:

    “no reason at all” “It would give people a choice” except of course the people that liked their countries the way they were, and didn’t prioritize money over everything else.

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    michael Reply:

    The best thing about a world of 1000 nation states is that it would give people more choice. They could live somewhere that reflects their values, which is often the problem at the heart of so much 21st-century political rage. Let everyone find a state that suits their needs, and see which works best.

    The constitution sounded great on paper too. as long as liberals are allowed to live ……You notice he already has the door built in to the plan how global powers will guarantee trade for the little countries yada yada …..

    so musk patch wants to do so and so and obama patch doesnt like it are the musk peasants going to fight for musk – oy yeah muh crypto lock lol

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    michael Reply:

    we already have patch works they are called nations, they work [or used to] because they are held together by more than the greedys self interests.No this is not a knock on capitalism just that capitalism is a good because it frees us to pursue things worth pursuing.Places like the united states had these things only incidentally,until they no longer did. the proposition like todays globalism was an unholy alliance between those that wanted a tax and regulation dodge and idealists. well you know what they say about capitalists and rope.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >”they are held together by more than the greedys self interests.”

    this period is over. patriotism is empasse.

    what u wont m8 is for the dissolution noticed by a man 150 years ago to b over.

    for that u haev to h8ste it. accelerate it. quicken it. fire it up. u want the US Soviet Republic to dissolve. u need to weaken its ideological foundations. or rather, make people lose faith in that they´re being upheld. so that they´ll stop following orders. u need to send secrets to the russians. finally, macahel, a secret agent mission 4 u!

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    michael u shud be preaching to people on the street, not a fucking NRx site

    https://twitter.com/bocavista2016/status/788480023544078337

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    In other news:

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/14/donald-trump-is-americas-julius-caesar/

    I called it. The parallels are close, though not perfect.

    The Roman Revoultion by R Syme is a great book.

    If Trump loses he should refuse to concede. He should open negotiations, and if that fails, he should lead a People’s army with a March On Washington. The question is: does he have the balls?

    TrumpenCaesar panic.

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    Dick Wagner Reply:

    Dark Reformation, I liked your 13th part. Some of the most cutting-edge (while not edgy in the pejorative sense) Moldbuggian analyses I know of. But an aesthetic proposal: this “larping” michael has been harping on about, there is a synchronicity (or symptom, what have you) in the very name Mencius Moldbug. Using that wacky–tbh degenerate–pseudonym preserves the wacky, degenerate aura of his ideology. “Yarvinian” is a word that cuts like a sword; “Moldbuggian” cuts like a katana. Yarvinian steel, that sounds sharper than Rearden Metal! The pomo-ironic baggage of the name Moldbug prevents the eternity contained in “Moldbuggism” from touching down in history. (Speaking of cladistics, could it be that NRx is rather than a splinter of crypto-calvinism one of pomo-ironism? It is for me a little bit at least…)

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >”Using that wacky–tbh degenerate–pseudonym preserves the wacky,”
    >”The pomo-ironic baggage of the name”
    >Dick Wagner

    u wot m9?

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    Dick Wagner Reply:

    wow I just got owned

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Dear Dark Reformation,

    yes, you called it. but you werent the first 1. it was obvious to any reader of kyklos what this trumpeteer of revelation blew.

    i had a read of the Roman Revolution, PDF, i like his writing style.

    its interestng that it came out 1939.

    funny what you say about a march on washington. there´s in the grapevine now that special forces are discontent w/ having bein orderd 2 teach muslims who then became jihadis. apparently 80% of army said they´d support a coup.

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    Lesser Bull Reply:

    Too soon.

    Trump is more of a Sulla/Marius/Gracchi figure. He is a step in the decay of the Republic, but he is not the end step.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    good poast

    incidentally, from the shadiest corners of the nazo obscuro occultia a men said that <<>> aer letting Hillary win. elections in most countries are always a fraud. what is being s-elected is the candi-date who can allow the military-industrial complex most easily sell another war to the populus. 🙂

    it looks like Trump has an easier sell than Hillary. but they sure as hell gotta make the democratic focus look real.

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    @dick.

    Excellent point. I love it. Yarvinian…..

    I have felt the same thing but did not know what to do about it. But, if you don’t mind, I think I will borrow that from now on.

    Glad you liked Part 13. Part 14 is on meta reaction where I discuss Land, Reactionary Future, Assimov and how it connects to Moldbug (Yarvin).

    @Erikson.

    I’m jesting — a little. I read about Uncle Julius when I was thirteen. Then, when I was 24, I started reading more on Rome and it just jumped out at me.

    Trump and Caesar have similar personalities (ESTP/ENTJ). Caesar, however, could both talk to the plebs and the optimates. Trump is not an optimate, or a Brahmin, and thus the Brahmins won’t listen.

    What’s needed is man of huge financial resources, brass balls, an ability to speak to the masses, while destroying dialectically the Brahmins, master and manipulate the media, understand power and philosophy, economics and war.

    Trump knows no philosophy and his economics are dubious (a sop I think), but I think he has good instincts on many things, but he is totally incapable of speaking to Brahmins.

    For Brahmins, it is, as if, the street-sweeper, or shop-girl were to lecture them on literature or African history — they just won’t listen. The book Liberty or Equality by Leddhin, in the section “the prophets of totalitarianism” describe well the kind of man that emerges, and that the intellectuals hate them.

    In fact, I think I’ll post some excerpts here.

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    Dick Wagner Reply:

    P. S.

    Yarvin takes a position on the woman problem when he refers to the Receiver as a her–he does this a few places if I’m not mistaken. But this takes us back to Erikson’s query as to whether Yarvin is a millennial. He wrote like one it could be said fairly, but is that him or is that rhetorical strategy? I wonder the same thing when I read him aligning with progs on the gay issue. Does he say what he needs to say in order to bypass millennial triggering mechanisms?

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    Dick Wagner Reply:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idnJnjV_8rg

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    michael Reply:

    westerners of a certain class have been lining up on the gay issue for centuries.

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    I hope I’m not breaking any rules here, but I will post some Leddhin:


    The democratic aspects of modern dictatorship have also been emphasized by numerous other authors.148 Both Hitler and Mussolini insisted on the democratic character of their political systems.149 Proudhon, who has recently been accused of fascist leanings, had no illusions about the despotic implications of democracy. This early socialist, who lacked the ostentatious admiration of modern totalitarians for the “common man,” wrote:
    . . . because of this ignorance of the primitiveness of their instincts, of the urgency of their needs, of the impatience of their desires, the people show a preference towards summary forms of authority. The thing they are looking for is not legal guarantees, of which they do not have any idea and whose power they do not understand; they do not care for intricate mechanisms or for checks and balances for which, on their own account, they have no use; it is a boss in whose word they confide, a leader whose intentions are known to the people and who devotes himself to its interests, that they are seeking. This chief they provide with limitless authority and irresistible power. The people, considering everything to be just which they consider useful to themselves, since[…]”

    Excerpt From: Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn. “Liberty or Equality.”

    Among modern authors the theme of the “charismatic leader,” as distinguished from the strictly non-democratic ruler, has been dealt with by Max Weber.153 Yet he was far from being alone in delineating and characterizing this contemporary phenomenon in connection with democratic demands. Others154 have successfully analyzed these populistic dictators, Burckhardt’s terribles simplificateurs, the “handsome fellows with the talents of non-commissioned officers”155—a truly remarkable prophecy (but not quite as accurate as it seems; Hitler was never a non-commissioned officer, only a Gefreiter—lance corporal or p.f.c).
    These nineteenth and early twentieth century vistas were not basically new. Aristotle knew only too well that the tyrants have to come—as stalwart defenders of the lower classes against wealthy, unpopular minorities (aristocrats, plutocrats, etc.).156 These tyrants have to be “regular fellows” (“ordinary, decent chaps”), and, as we have repeatedly emphasized, of the “leading” rather than the “ruling” type. In this as in many other respects they fit completely into the democratic pattern—as President Eliot of Harvard would have been forced to admit.157 President Wilson’s definition of a democratic leader158 is, actually, identical with that of a totalitarian dictator. The difference is in degree[…]”

    Not only Hitler but perhaps even Antonio Conselheiro, the half mad “counsellor” of the ecstatic backwoods revolutionaries in Brazil,161 were not simply personifications of the masses and hence “born leaders.” Involuntarily one is reminded of Goethe’s description of the “daimonic man” in the course of history:

    The demoniacal element has the most terrifying aspects if it is strongly represented in a human being. I have had during my life-time the occasion to observe several such men, partly from a distance, partly close to. These men are not always exceptional either in intellectual capacities or in talents, and rarely in kindness. Yet they emanate a frightening magnetic force and exert an incredible power over all creatures and even over the elements. Who can tell how far such influence will extend? All the united moral forces are powerless against them, and the more intelligent part of humanity tries in vain to unmask them as simpletons or frauds; the masses are attracted by them. Seldom or never can one find several men of that type as contemporaries, and nothing is able to overpower them except the Universe itself, against which they have picked their fight. And it may well have been from such observations and remarks that that terrible sentence found its origin: Nemo contra deum nisi deus ipse.162
    The reference to the masses, who feel attracted to these leaders although the more intelligent people reject them, is highly revealing. Finally, especially dangerous is the influence exercised by “the demoniac” as formulated by Goethe on Burckhardt’s “awful simplifiers” preaching what Henri Hauser called fausses idées claires. The result of that is only too often Irving Babbitt’s “efficient megalomaniac” who—in the words of Burke—wants to “improve the mystery of murder.”

    Jacob Burckhardt had in his mind a clear picture of these terroristic aspects of the coming mob-masters when he wrote to Friedrich von Preen:
    My vision of the terribles simplificateurs who are going to rule our old “is not a pleasant one; sometimes in my imagination I can already see these fellows quite vividly; and I am going to describe them to you over a glass of beer this coming September. Occasionally I ponder in anticipation what the fate of our scholarly endeavours, for example, is going to be when these developments are only in their first stage and the level of our culture has receded only a hand’s breadth. Then, I can conceive also of one of the “lighter sides of the great movement—how the pale fear of death is going to affect the whole pushing, ambitious pack; because naked power is going to preside again, and keeping one’s trap shut will be obligatory for everybody. Yet what seems to be at the present moment the most profitable policy? Obviously, only to amuse people as intensively as possible.188
    All these horrors would have no activating force without the collectivistic notion of the “common denominator”—which can be class, ethnic nationality, race, or citizenship. The enthusiasm for (ethnic) nationality is a tendency of the lower rather than the upper classes,189 and thus harmonizes well with “proletarian” or lower-middle-class movement, with the accent on the “common man.” Today the myth of the Prussian Junker as the trail-blazer of ethnic nationalism in Germany has all but evaporated;190 his feeling was dynastic and particularistic, not “pan-German.”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    no we quite fancy Leddhin here

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    Still, in spite of the blood-curdling excesses of racialism during World War II, it must be admitted that, in historic perspective, ethnic nationalism has committed more mischief than the biologic mania. Napoleon, as a true son of the French Revolution, with its uniformism, democracy and nationalism, gave orders to the press to campaign for a collective hatred of Britain, attacking her manners, customs, literature and constitution.221 It was Napoleon, again, who introduced the concept of the “enemy alien”; about 10,000 British subjects were interned by this plebiscitarian dictator.222 Prior to the French Revolution such an attitude was unknown. Laurence Sterne was fêted by the court in Versailles while British and French soldiers fought on the battlefields of North America.

    Nationalism was always closely allied with modern militarism, which in turn has strong totalitarian, democratic and collectivistic implications. The principle of the French Revolution that all men have equal rights and hence equal duties, introduced conscription and thus paved the way to our total wars—Foch’s “wars of unrestrained conduct” (guerres aux allures déchaînées). James Bryce, several generations ago, had warned us that “the racial or commercial antagonisms of democracies are as fertile in menaces to peace “The optimism expressed by some democrats, especially those in the thraldom of Wilsonian expectations, was bound to come to grief.224 Georges Sorel had no illusions about aristocratic oligarchies having the least enthusiasm for fighting long-drawn-out total wars.225 And Anatole France, surely no reactionary, flayed the merciless and pitiless cruelty of democratic warfare,226 with its innate tendency toward unconditional-surrender formulas and struggles to the bitter end.227 Jacob Burckhardt added cynically that the male tendency to appear brave under the eyes of women was another element adding to the great collective savagery in collective warfare.228

    Yet of all visionaries of the horrors of total war none was more realistic, pessimistic and accurate than Taine. Before his eyes was a picture such as was painted in words by Herman Melville, who wrote prophetically about the forces of democracy:
    Behold her whom the panders crown,
    Harlot on horseback riding down
    The very Ephesians who acclaim
    This great Diana of ill fame!
    Arch-strumpet of an impious age,
    Upstart from ranker villainage,
    ’Tis well she must restriction taste,
    Nor lay the world’s broad manor waste.22”

    Excerpt From: Erik Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn. “Liberty or Equality.”

    It is almost an a priori truth that this is what democracy leads to. The Cathedral is the attempt (intentional in parts, unintentional in others) to prevent this from happening. However, the Cathedral leads us to Dilbert and Brezhnev and then, finally, the Sword Of Allah.

    The only hope is some kind of monarchy (Moldbug’s Neo-Royalism) and for that you need to get the next generation of Brahmins to want it. If I had money I would be the George Soros meets Martin Lurther of reaction. As it is, I am just one of Moldbug’s “peasants.”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >”It was Napoleon, again, who introduced the concept of the “enemy alien”; about 10,000 British subjects were interned by this plebiscitarian dictator. Prior to the French Revolution such an attitude was unknown.”

    i believe these things were known in antiquity.

    man continually shoots himself

    in the foot by disreg

    of d´past

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >”Jacob Burckhardt added cynically that the male tendency to appear brave under the eyes of women was another element adding to the great collective savagery in collective warfare.”

    This is why, according to Tacitus, some Germanic tribes fought w/ their women cheering on.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    David Duke knows

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    R. J. Moore II Reply:

    Britain was also responsible for inciting ongoing war on the continent, and funding it. The Napoleonic wars length and depridations are largely Britain’s fault (as in WW1), so let’s not blame everything on the Monster. Encouraging war is worse than monarchy collapsing.

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  • GC Says:

    “Scotland would do fine as an independent nation. They gave the world Adam Smith, after all.”

    The latter statement is non-sequitur and I’ve never understood this “Independent Scotland: Economic Powerhouse” meme that seems to rear its head every couple of years or so. Given that Scottish “nationalism” (as well as the current ruling ethos) consists of open borders socialism and that they have a higher level of welfare dependency than everywhere except Cuba and Iraq, I doubt they’d even survive, much less “do fine as an independent nation”. And anyway, they don’t want to be an independent nation – they only want independence from the UK so they can join the EU.

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    michael Reply:

    scotland is a welfare state the entire country good luck with that hajinal theory

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    R. J. Moore II Reply:

    Yes but without the UKs subsidizing them Scotland might get its shit together. However bad ghettos are, the fact that they’re subsidized entrenches failure.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    ▬▬ Realism, both early on as a philosophical concept, as well as a political science research in modern times was the predominant international relations paradigm throughout history from Athens and Sparta to Rome and Carthage to Cold war, but got over ruled conceptually post Soviet collapse, when values and norms and Liberal order started to be considered more important than amoral interest based great power balancing.
    That led us, in this case, the West, to have what we call an imperial overreach, and overextend itself.

    https://t.co/GzcLdDFsUR

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    just gun post this her sinc it so well worded

    ▬ I don’t want an ethnonationalist Babylonian exile. I don’t want a Balkanization or Alpine reduit scenario. I don’t want a 1933 scenario. I don’t want religious rapture.
    just want a paradigm shift which affords equal rights for all people and all peoples–equal footing for all, and the restoration of sovereignty over the minds of individuals and how they go about maintaining peaceful relations with those alike and different from themselves.
    A paradigm shift to avert the corner we’re backing ourselves into, to not stoke needless resentment and evolutionary fires. I fundamentally do not want to regress into the comforts of subculture. I don’t want to make you feel comfortable in your minds. (By “you” I’m referring to revolutionaries.)
    ☻ ▬▬▬▬▬
    https://gab.ai/draknats

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    @Eiriksson

    Yes, during one of Caesar’s early battles the women were cheering the men on, and then it became a rout.

    Martin Amis once quipped that the Jihadi is blowing himself up because it’s the fastest way to get a drink — or a girlfriend.

    Just curious, could you give me an example of the “enemy alien” concept in the ancient world?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    that which first comes to mind as at least similar is homo sacer and also the persecution of christian cults in the late empire.

    i will present what cometh further.

    the jews were regarded or made enemy aliens in many kingdoms and provinces, even reportedly e.g. in ancient egypt. some christian “heretical” cults were made and persecuted as such.

    googling alien enemy antiquity doth bring some interesting re-sults

    e.g. De jure maritimo et navali, or, A treatise of affairs maritime and of commerce in three books
    Molloy, Charles, 1646-1690., White, Robert, 1645-1703.:

    If an Alien in League brings an action (if there be cause) the Defendant may plead in abatement; but if it be an Alien Enemy he may conclude in the action. *

    In an action for words the Defendant pleaded not guilty, and said he was an Alien born, and prayed Trial per medietatem Linguae, which was granted, and at the nisi prius in London; but six English-men, and five A∣liens appeared, and the Plaintif prayed a Tales de Cir∣cumstantibus per medietatem Linguae, and it was granted, so there wanted one Alien, and the Record was:

    Ideo Alius Aliegena de Circumstantibus per vic’ London, ad requisitionem infra nominati Julii Caesaris, per mandato Justiciarum de novo apposito, cujus nomen panelo praedict’ affilatur secundum formam Statuti, in hujusmodi casu nu∣per editi & provise, qui quidem Jurato sic de novo appositus, viz. Christianus Dethick Alienigena exactus venit ac in Ju∣ratam, illam simul cum aliis Juratoribus praedicta prius im∣panellatis, & Juratis Juratus fuit, &c. It was found for the Plaintiff, and afterwards moved in Arrest of Judg∣ment, That no Tales was to be granted de Circumstan∣tibus, when the Trial is per medietatem Linguae, by the Justices of Nisi prius, by the Act of 35 H. 8. because in the Act it is spoken of Free-hold of Jurors, and an Alien * is not properly said of any Countrey, or to have any Free-hold; but it was adjudged because the Statute was made for speedy execution, that it should be expounded favorably, according to the intent, and meaning of the Makers of the Act; and though in this case the Tales was prayed by the Plaintiff, where it ought to have been ad requisitionem defendentis, yet that should be taken to be but a misprision, and would be a∣mended.

    VI. If the Plaintiff or Defendant be Executor or Administrator, though he be an Alien, yet the Trial shall be by English, because he sueth in Auter droit; but if it be averred that the Testator or Intestate was an Alien, then it shall be per medietatem Linguae.*

    Shely a French man who joyned with Stafford in the Rebellion, in the taking of Scarborough Castle in the County of York, he being taken was arraigned in the Kings Bench upon an Indictment of Treason, and the In∣dictment was contra legiantiam suam debitam; and the In∣dictment was rul’d to be good, although he was no Sub∣ject, because it was in the time of Peace between the Queen, and the French King. But if it had been in the time of War, then the Party should not have been in∣dicted, but ransomed; It was likewise rul’d there, that the Trial was good, although the Venire facias awar∣ded in York was general, and not de medietatem Linguae; for such Trial per medietatem Linguae does not extend to Treasons, 4. Ma. Dyer 145. the Indictment ought to o∣mit the words, Naturalem Dominam suam, and begin that he intended Treason contra Dominam Reginam, &c. Hill 36. Eliz. in B. R. Stephano Ferraro d’Games case in Dr. Lopez Treason.

    If an Alien Enemy come into this Realm, and be taken in War, he cannot be indicted of Treason, for the In∣dictment cannot conclude contra legianeiae suae debitum, for he never was in the protection of the King; and therefore he shall suffer death by Marshal Law, and so it was rul’d in 13 H 7. in Perkin Warbecks case, who being an Alien born in Flanders, feigned himself to be one of the Sons of King Edward the 4th. and invaded the Realm, with intent to take upon him the Dignity; who had his Judgment and Trial by Martial Law, and not by the Common-Law of England.

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  • michael Says:

    @michael

    neo inctionary NIX

    no Im not going to street and what im preaching is only reality so in theory reaction ought to be interested somehow in past 2-3 years involvements withj reality has come to mean dreaming about technology 50 years in the future and sometimes 1000 years off will save us if somehow we get it before they get it so now that’s settled i can excuse myself for not being a man and go back to animae.
    The NIX protest is EXACTLY like conservative INKs protest its too ugly racist hard i cant be bothered im too comfortable,you cant fight city hall youre crazy if you think you can.if you just wait it will change naturally.

    The reality is thousands of times over human history governments have become too insane to any longer tolerate and MEN have to pull themselves away from the animae porn wipe themselves off and cowboy up. Its not even hard its just that some of us will suffer. The suffering can be mitigated if intelligence is used.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >The reality is thousands of times over human history governments have become too insane to any longer tolerate and MEN have to pull themselves away from the animae porn wipe themselves off and cowboy up.

    true.

    Soldiers already lost in a war that becomes
    Ever more total, ever more occult
    We bear at the very edges of this world
    The spiritual arms and the most enigmatic
    Destiny of military honours
    From the beyond: in the ranks both visible and invisible
    Of the Black Order to which we belong
    Those whom death has struck down
    March on side by side with those who are still standing

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    @ Eiriksson

    Nice.

    Do you think, however, that what Napoleon did was, nevethless, an innovation? Was it not an innovation given the assumptions of the last few centuries of war in Europe?

    Furthermore, according to the author, Napoleon interned thousands of English and instructed the press to attack the English nation.

    I’m just playing devil’s advocate here, but maybe the point goes to the centralising and collectivising nature of nationalism and how, given a leader as Napoleon it can be put to devious ends.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    people often mistake relative innovation for original ones.

    the helots of sparta were enemy aliens, so much that the kryptae waged war on them within the state as a habit.

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