Quote note (#354)

Britain 27 Sha’ban 1438

With Allah’s grace and support, a soldier of the Khilafah managed to place explosive devices in the midst of the gatherings of the Crusaders in the British city of Manchester, in revenge for Allah’s religion, in an endeavor to terrorize the mushrikin [those who worship others besides Allah], and in response to their transgressions against the lands of the Muslims. The explosive devices were detonated in the shameless concert arena, resulting in 30 Crusaders being killed and 70 others being wounded. And what comes next will be more severe on the worshipers of the Cross and their allies, by Allah’s permission. And all praiseis [sic] due to Allah, Lord of the creation.

(Via.)

Much more to come.

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    Good. Vote for stupid stuff, get bad results. I hope we get 10,000 more attacks like this. We can rebuild after half of our people die; we cannot ever thrive under democracy or egalitarianism.

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    Dale Rooster Reply:

    You can’t be serious.

    Most of the victims were probably kids. Pushing for acceleration of the decline necessarily entails the hope for the death of innocents? Let’s say they, the victims, were the kids of Progs. Hell, let’s say they were adult Progs. Still–they were innocent civilians, no?

    It’s monstrous. And the Proggy response (vigil–hashtag–blame hate, not Muslims, etc.) will be disgusting in its false sincerity and thoughtlessness. I hope you’re just trolling. The Hoppian principle of Physical Removal of Leftists doesn’t imply the approval of barbaric acts of violence. To hope for 10,000 more attacks on innocent civilians, even if they are Leftists, is nothing but an expression of weakness and resentment.

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    Simon Reply:

    The bombing is sickening to me and the deaths of innocent children are a tragedy. Yet I’m starting to lose hope on this. The world doesn’t seem to want to acknowledge reality. I’m really afraid that Brett is correct: the powers that be are so insane that this is the only way to fix things. And if that’s the case, the faster this gets over with the less suffering there will be.

    I hope he’s wrong.

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    Rod Horner Reply:

    Progs invite muslim invasion. Invaders kill progs. Breathless cringe-posts about innocence and monstrosity don’t change the dynamics of the situation or how it can be resolved. Either muslims kill enough progs to change the prog mindset or eventually muslims kill everyone who isn’t muslim. That’s a fact. That’s the world you live in. Grow up.

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    ddodaoao Reply:

    Leftist kids. Too few died.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Not necessarily leftist kids. In terms of “Left” vs “Right” Parties to vote for, probably more on the right, this is Ariana Grande for Christ’s sake

    Hegemonizing Swarm Reply:

    > Most of the victims were probably kids

    So let’s say, for argument, that what they are trying to do is exterminate our cultural and genetic heritage.
    Wouldn’t it be fully rational to target women and girls specifically?

    It might be OUR ideology to try to punish the (directly) guilty, and avoid the innocent, but what is attacking seems cold and calculating enough.

    Though hoping for more attacks like this goes too far for me – hoping for them to not occur is a very bad defensive strategy, and the main one advocated “keep calm and carry on”. So is the strategy of randomly bombing Muslim countries and letting lots of men fleeing from the resulting carnage in.
    (and yes, maybe the only way to pressure change of strategy would be even more attacks, where it hurts… yes it feels self-defeating, what if it were your sisters/wife/children?)

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    Dale Rooster Reply:

    “Though hoping for more attacks like this goes too far for me – hoping for them to not occur is a very bad defensive strategy, and the main one advocated “keep calm and carry on”. So is the strategy of randomly bombing Muslim countries and letting lots of men fleeing from the resulting carnage in.”

    I don’t think we disagree here.

    “It might be OUR ideology to try to punish the (directly) guilty, and avoid the innocent, but what is attacking seems cold and calculating enough.”

    No. What is attacking is hot. Not cold.

    Thank you for the reply.

    Bruce Arney Reply:

    From their POV it is truly rational to attack women and children, especially female children and women in their child-bearing years. A valid point, you’ve made. All is fair in love and war.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Ahh, with the unintentionally parodical Brett Stevens, we see neo-reaction’s aphrodisiacal benefit: being able to tell others, “I told you so.”

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    Scotched Earth Reply:

    What, objectively, is the difference between Brett Stevens and every other jihadi out there?
    It is reported that a relative of the Manchester bomber warned authorities ‘that he thought being a suicide bomber was “OK” ’. Hmm. Anyone contacted the FBI about Brett Stevens? Maybe should.
    If you reach the point that you *celebrate* the deaths of children—actually *celebrate* and wish for more—then your philosophy is cancer, your soul is dead and you have to nothing to offer the world.

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    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    So is the West’s.

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    Dale Rooster Reply:

    When fighting monsters, beware that you yourself do not become a monster…

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  • SilverSpeed Says:

    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    This could have been me there, I love Ariana Grande.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Not to sound twisted but the new right could be seen as a monkey spasm in the face of turd-world rape and murder. From a sufficiently cold standpoint it could be said with the Marxists that such acts of terrorism are birth-pangs of the revolution, no? Could rightism be a reaction of warmth?

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    From a sufficiently cold standpoint, could we not say terrorism is one among the birth-pangs of patchwork?

    Does ISIS not meet Moldbuggian druthers as a corporate governance structure?

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    ▬» ‘If it’s true he wouldn’t be president if it weren’t for Twitter, I’m sorry’: Co-founder of micro-blogging site apologizes for role in Trump’s election
    Evan Williams apologized if Twitter helped out Donald Trump in the White House
    President has credited Twitter with his election to the highest office in the land
    The 45-year-old entrepreneur said he also believes the internet is broken
    He believes things are getting worse, as people use Facebook to record in real-time, suicides, beatings and murder
    By DAILYMAIL.COM REPORTER and ASSOCIATED PRESS
    PUBLISHED: 05:48 BST, 21 May 2017 »

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  • John Morris Says:

    The more stupid hurts the faster the learning process. Like it, don’t like it, reality doesn’t care.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Do you think they’ll learn? The Christians didn’t learn altho they were terrorized and persecuted for centuries

    These post-Christian “multiculturalists” have the same ‘ideological genes.’

    The world has been Semitic for quite some time, you’re watching two Semitic strains bug it out. Just compare Heathen worldviews with the current one.

    https://juliusevola.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/15-do-we-live-in-a-gynaecocratic-society.pdf

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  • Metanomad Says:

    But in all seriousness, where does the UK go from here? What can we actually do right now? This is only going to get worse and our choices in the election with regards to immigration are fairly terrible. How many deaths will their *have* to be before something happens, before people are jottled – even a just a little – from their slumber? It seems that the overarching message from the majority of mainstream news outlets is to remain apathetic and nihilistic in the face of that which is entirely the opposite of both.

    How difficult is it to move to Shanghai…basically?

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    The Yinon Plan working alongside the Kalergi Plan.

    First destabilize the Middle East (using stupid goy cattle as ground troops) to insure the regional superiority of a country that one is not allowed to name. Let them sing “Onward Christian soldiers” and wave the wrong flag, as they march off to be slaughtered by the thousands

    Next, what to do with the millions of refugees created by the Yinon Plan wars? Here’s what you do: program the cattle to accept millions of non-white immigrants into white countries and white countries ONLY. The country one is not allowed to name will accept NO REFUGEES from the wars it created

    Encourage race mixing and degeneracy to achieve the end result: a world of low IQ mocha-skinned beauties, who only know how to chant Open Borders, multi-culti platitudes that we taught them to sing

    And in case Artxell (or anyone) threatens to sue me for noticing, I am NOT some stupid goy professor named Claire Colebrook who teaches Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at some 3rd rate prog University

    The name is Rothsteinberg, which means I’m ALLOWED to notice.

    Anyone else who notices is a Nazi.

    Keep guessing as long as you keep it banal and keep getting it wrong. We encourage you to be banal as fuck. Talk about your love for Ariana Grande and Trump’s tweeting. This is allowed. But the price of getting it right (unless you’re one of us) is you’ll be banned from commenting, then arrested, then imprisoned.

    Carry on

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Well, surely if you believe these things your solution must be nothing short of a revolution, not quaint neoreaction?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Yes, the cattle is being sacrificed.

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    glosoli Reply:

    You missed out the next part of their plan.
    Fake attacks like Manchester, Paris etc.
    Stirs up nationalism, and enables the police state to be imposed.
    YouTube has dozens of videos exposing the poor effort at fakery, laughable.
    But all you bright young things fell for it.
    Oh well.

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  • Zardoz Says:

    The religious jargon seems irrelevant, and gratuitous to repost. It doesn’t matter if they worship Allah or Xenu, the antagonism could take any form. Whats important is the challenge and duel to oblivion. Baudrillard gets it:

    “…this is more or less what has happened in the political order with the eclipse of Communism and the global triumph of liberal power: it was at that point that a ghostly enemy emerged, infiltrating itself throughout the whole planet, slipping in everywhere like a virus, welling up from all the interstices of power: Islam. But Islam was merely the moving front along which the antagonism crystallized. The antagonism is everywhere, and in every one of us. So, it is terror against terror. But asymmetric terror. And it is this asymmetry which leaves global omnipotence entirely disarmed. At odds with itself, it can only plunge further into its own logic of relations of force, but it cannot operate on the terrain of the symbolic challenge and death — a thing of which it no longer has any idea, since it has erased it from its own culture.”

    Or from admin’s own pen in Kant, Capital and the Prohibition of Incest:

    “The only practical option available to the rulers of capitalist societies has lain in the global disaggregation of the political system, accompanied by a regional distortion of the world labour trading system in favour of the working classes in the metropolitan regions (‘welfare capitalism’) . This is why a deep complicity has continued to exist between the form of the ‘ nation state’ as intemational political agent and an economic order based upon the commodification of labour. Since it is of systematic necessity that the economic conditions of an undistorted labour market are accompanied by political crisis, the world order functions as an integrated process based upon the flow of market-priced labour into the metropolis from the Third World (on the basis of the economic form of capital production) , and the export of political instability to the Third World from the metropolis (on the basis of the political form of autonomous national sovereignty). The global labour market is easily interpreted, therefore, as a sustained demographic disaster that is systematically displaced away from the political institutions of the metropolis .”

    It seems to me that the “systematic disaster displacement” is no longer fuctioning correctly. Or maybe this is the desired state of Hegemony? Perpetual crisis and perpetual crisis management?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Marxist mistake is to pretty much always think everything in labour. Not everything is about ‘labour.’ Some things are about War. Relatively unproductive destructive acts.

    Creator, preserver, destroyer. There’s nothing wrong with the world.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Wars over what?

    Surely wars have causes?

    Creation, preservation and destruction all involve labour.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Yes, that’s why I put ‘’ there. Marxist definition seems to contrast capitalism and labour. Trade certainly is labour. So is being rich.

    War is just a biological instinct. Look at insect wars.

    There’s Labour and there’s labour. There’s not really “Production and production.”

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Erik,

    I am not so embarrassed to admit I don’t know what you mean.

    ‘There’s Labour and there’s labour?’

    Is that like, “There are women and then are Women.” (the ones you want to fuck?)

    Surely, all written-about wars have causes, even purely hypothetical ones.

    But the way you speak of war is acausal, ahistorical, asymbolic.

    Biological causes underlie symbolic events.

    But how? This is everything.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Labour is a reified mytheme.

    Glorified “Working class”.

    There is no mystery.

    Islam requires a no less fecund response. Seek security in the market. We’re all workers. Sovereignty is work. Security is work. Security is traded.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Accelerate.

    https://youtu.be/UQhJczy6Ais

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Delirious hynagogic pop/trill wave soundscapes. Feeling these vibes Erik!

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Yeah, this channel is dope, man. Check out 2814 : Room 2814

    https://youtu.be/uacOMF7aWZM

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Sick stuff! Subscribed to that channel. Will be sinking in to this mix before bedtime.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Zardoz,

    Thank you for posting this pearl in a cesspool of a comment board.

    I agree on Baudrillard’s opinion that terrorism is the only ‘otherness’ the Middle East has left to exchange. Beyond that, everything else is assimilable to the hegemonic order.

    Baudrillard would probably say something like ‘the terrorist’s explosions exist to mask the fact that there are no terrorists.”

    The ‘terror’ organizations, like the Camorra or Yakuza, run patchworks.

    Instead of emblazoning these acts as ‘terror’, they should be ‘demoted’ back to criminal.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Agreed, great post.

    Yet it describes nothing new. “Terrorism” is only one face of an older serpent.

    It’s only one form of the age old War.

    4th Generation War.

    Broods strive upon broods.

    Always new barbarians pop up. Forget any Marxist dream.

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    Zardoz Reply:

    @Rohme Guiliano

    “I agree on Baudrillard’s opinion that terrorism is the only ‘otherness’ the Middle East has left to exchange. Beyond that, everything else is assimilable to the hegemonic order.”

    I disagree, we assimilate terror just fine. This is violence returning to it’s source. The cost of hegemony is terror. It’s a calculated cost, any tears shed by politicians are only posturing. They need this just like they need a modest level of unemployment. Crisis Management is the only alternative remaining when utopia is impossible.

    But I also fundamentally disagree with Eiriksson’s sentiments. There is nothing eternal about this state of affairs, nor should it be reduced to some primordial tribalism. At best, it’s maybe 500 hundred years old, dating to compass and oceanic navigation, when we began redistributing resources from the third world to the first world, and violence from the first world unto the third world.

    Global Security. Global Capital, Global Debt, Global Terrorism, it’s all a preemptive strike. It’s fractional reserve spending, it’s the production of goods, safety and violence, preemptively, before they’re actually needed. It’s the law of excess and surplus on all sides.

    Its same with the formal composition of a bomb. A knife is efficient and reusable. A bomb is excessive and wasteful. Costs are eternally deferred into the future, excess on all sides, whether suicide bombers or fleets of drones. More guns than people, enough bombs and nuclear reactors to kill the world 10x over. There is nothing primordial or eternal about this. You don’t see monkeys stockpiling stones for tomorrow.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    At best, it’s maybe 500 hundred years old, dating to compass and oceanic navigation, when we began redistributing resources from the third world to the first world, and violence from the first world unto the third world.

    Silly. To distribute resources from a “Third World” to the (a) First World was exactly what the engine of Rome did almost 3.000 years ago.

    Otherwise I agree with what you say. Statecraft is crisismanagement. History is evidence. Marxist mistake is always to think it all only started with “capitalism.” Absurd. Myopic. Marxist keep talking about things even that are documented thousands of years back as if they started only recently with “capitalism.” Fixation. Obsession. Ghostly. Unreal.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Zardoz,

    I was quoting from Baudrillard’s ‘The Melodrama of Difference’: “Wherever exchange is impossible, what we encounter is terror.”

    I far as I understand, terror is outside the humanist logic of difference, which is based on exchange. Early Land transposed this logic into the Kantian categories in his forceful essay.

    It don’t think it’s enough to say terror is a ‘taste of our own medicine’. It’s glosses over a finer point.

    Perhaps there is misapprehension on my part. I’d like to know how you interpret that Baudrillard’s statement.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Erik,

    If you want opprobriums on Marx, I recommend you read Giovanni Gentile.

    He enumerates the problems with Marx and Engel’s thought thusly:

    1) It is epistemologically materialist.
    2) It is deterministic.
    3) It is philosophically realist.
    4) It is representationalist.

    There’s quite an interesting line of thought he develops in his attacks, especially if you’re interested in conceptual development of Idealism.

    Also, send me more music!

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    I have no problem with materialism, determinism, realism or representationalism.

    I am however interested in attacks upon them.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    There is nothing eternal about this state of affairs, nor should it be reduced to some primordial tribalism

    It isn’t reduced to it, but tribalism or racial strive on different levels from the nano to the macro, so to speak, are an eternal fact as is war. Just read your Hobbes.

    To not confuse you with the terms, tribal or racial refers to strains of specimen. Aggregates. Compounds. Dynasties warred at the dawn of history, they still do. So do strains of micro-organisms in your body.

    Race is another word for a bloodline. A strain.

    Neighbourhood vs neighbourhood.

    Family vs family. Brother against brother.

    From the eternal sea he rises, creating armies on either shore, turning man against his brother, ’til man exists no more.

    If you wish to debate this, it will be too easy. Aren’t me and you at limited war?

    http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2004/05/4gw_fourth_gene.html

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬» … increasing the resilience and the capacity of different social actors, proliferating technology tends, as Schmitt once feared, to render the state itself irrelevant. … if the state unifies the regulatory tendencies of labour and surveillance—and one particular species of war—this specific conjuncture which we label politics diminishes in tandem with the diminishing importance of the human. »

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬»Drivers
    The rise of 4GW is both a product and a driver of the following:

    ▬The loss of the nation-state’s monopoly on violence.
    ▬The rise of cultural, ethnic, and religious conflict.
    ▬Globalization (via technological integration). «

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Rwanda: The Road to Patchwork

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    This is hardly as much a prescription as a description.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Mind ye, I witness the virtualisation of war. A positive thing.

    Why blow things up when you can hack in?

    Cyber-Rwanda: The Road to …

    Or hack n’ blow

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  • John Hannon Says:

    “… the faster the learning process.”

    But what’s the lesson?

    Prog Christians could even welcome such hurt as some sort of divine evolutionary challenge, in the manner of that famous poem, “The Sleep of Prisoners,” by the Quaker, Christopher Fry, masochistically thanking God that “wrong comes up to face us everywhere” –

    The human heart can go to the lengths of God.
    Dark and cold we may be, but this
    Is no winter now. The frozen misery
    Of centuries breaks, cracks, begins to move;
    The thunder is the thunder of the floes,
    The thaw, the flood, the upstart Spring.
    Thank God our time is now when wrong
    Comes up to face us everywhere,
    Never to leave us ’til we take
    The longest stride of soul man ever took.
    Affairs are now soul size.
    The enterprise is exploration into God
    Where are you making for? It takes
    So many thousand years to wake,
    But will you wake for pity’s sake?

    Unfortunately it’s not just those who believe in this stuff getting hurt.

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    SVErshov Reply:

    Similar glorification of danger and suffering, can be found in hinduism everywhere

    tat te ‘nukampam susamiksamano
    bhunjana evatma-krtam vipakam

    “How does a devotee receive dangers? There must be dangers because this material world is full of dangers. But foolish people who do not know this try to avoid the dangers. Thus they struggle for existence. “

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ‘The human heart can go to the lengths of God.
    Dark and cold we may be, but this
    Is no winter now. The frozen misery
    Of centuries breaks, cracks, begins to move;
    The thunder is the thunder of the floes,
    The thaw, the flood, the upstart Spring.
    Thank God our time is now when wrong
    Comes up to face us everywhere,
    Never to leave us ’til we take
    The longest stride of soul man ever took.
    Affairs are now soul size.
    The enterprise is exploration into God
    <b<Where are you making for? It takes
    So many thousand years to wake,’

    This is a message from the deus mechanicus.

    The machine god, the emperor,

    before / at expansion.

    Pietas.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    <b<Where are you making for?

    IDF keeps bungling my code.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here.

    I’ll be attending a Conference for the next couple of weeks, as ADL has chartered the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ newest ship — Seven Seas Explorer — sailing from PortMiami.

    This luxury liner offers 375 suites with the largest verandas in the cruise industry, according to Regent. Each suite is furnished with European king-sized beds and oversized bathrooms accented with marble and decorative tile. It also has three specialty restaurants: French gourmet Chartreuse; Pan Asian eatery Pacific Rim and Prime 7, the line’s signature steakhouse.

    Topics of the Cruise/Conference include: “Why is my curriculum White?,” a talk headed by University of California’s George Lipsitz, author of How Racism Takes Place, who has also written several books on ‘Whiteness’ and White guilt.

    Next up, Lawrence Grossberg of NYU, will discuss “Growing signs of Hate Speech among broke Appalachian Hillbillies”

    To be followed by Jewish feminist Michelle Fine, based at City University of New York. Michelle has produced numerous fine works on “White privilege,” including her book Witnessing Whiteness.

    Other Jewish academics (highly active in the Whiteness Studies field) who will be joining us for the Conference include Lois Weis, David Theo Goldberg, Maurice Berger, Lawrence Grossberg, Jennifer Roth-Gordon, Cynthia Levine-Rasky, Laura S. Abrams, Judith Katz, Melissa Steyn, Paula Rothenberg, and Amy Eshleman.

    Just because I’ll be away for a few days doesn’t mean you can say anything you want to on this blog.

    My agents will be watching, so cool it with the anti-semitism.

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    Wagner Reply:

    The anointed one is dead-set on funneling rabble-energies @ ragheads
    https://twitter.com/Outsideness/status/867009823681896449

    In the current year 170 years ago Schopenhauer was ten times more daring than femme-boy Atlantean Land. It’s either puritanism or islam, not the root that preceded both!

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    Wagner Reply:

    “It is therefore a human duty to smuggle into England, through every conceivable channel, light, enlightenment and science in order to finally put out of business those most well-fed of all priests. When the educated English on the continent display their Jewish Sabbath superstition and other stupid bigotry one should meet them with unconcealed ridicule – until they be shamed into common sense [English in the original]. For things like that are scandalous for Europe and should not be tolerated any longer. For that reason we should never, even in ordinary life, make the least concession to English Church superstition, but immediately stand up to it in the most trenchant manner wherever it shows itself. For no arrogance surpasses the arrogance of English priests; therefore it must experience so much humiliation on the continent that it carries a portion of it home, where it is lacking. For the impudence of Anglican priests and their slavish followers is quite incredible to this day; therefore, it should remain banished to their isle and, if it dares to let itself be seen on the continent, should immediately be made to play the role of the owl by day.” – Parerga and Paralipomena

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  • SVErshov Says:

    Incenerator choosen by destiny. West need attitude adjustment to less submissive mode.
    Russians were beating and defiting muslims for centuries. Comis even teach them how write their arabian words on Cyrillic.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    RothSteinberg here

    One for the road, then I’m off to PortMiami to launch the ADL Seven Seas Explorer Conference/Cruise

    While I’m on my cruise, here’s a list of our demands:

    We demand universal redemption from Europe for all current violence and injustice, and also for all crimes and violent events of the past.

    To start, Europe needs to accept 10 million non-white immigrants to make amends for the French Revolution, 100 million African immigrants to atone for slavery, 10 million non-white immigrants for original sin and 5 million for battered wives, 15 million for the ozone layer, and another 5 million for sexual harassment.

    Then white Europeans will be partially absolved for perhaps 1 percent of your crimes and we can talk

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    Kwisatz Haderach Reply:

    Yep, the Jews did this. You’re right. How could we be so blind?

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    John Hannon Reply:

    We’re already fully capable of “idiot compassion” even without Jewish demands –

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2007/06/idiot_compassion.html

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    I checked out some Raiden and some Bad Company UK. Pretty crazy stuff! Got the heart rate elevated.

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  • John Hannon Says:

    @ Rothsteinberg

    Seems some of the main resistance to Zionist plans comes from the Palestinian-supporting, Israel-boycotting, war-opposing far Left.
    Admittedly they like refugees and immigrants, but they want nothing to do with weakening Israel’s enemies, and indeed would like to see them stronger.
    So vote for Corbyn to save us from the Jews (some might say).

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    Here’s Baudrillard scholar Gerry Coulter responding to the question: “Why Baudrillard, why now?” My answer is that if Baudrillard is right, humanity may well have entered its terminal phase – like Baudrillard I am interested in things that shock me – recent developments in media and consumerism, the infantalization of society, the death of the social, the end of the university – all of these things shock me. Given the magnitude of the experiment humanity is conducting on itself to see if anything human can survive (through the genome project, cloning, nanotechnology and Cyborg research etc.) it is a perfect time to challenge the perfect crime

    @ John Hannon

    Antifa and the “Far Left” work for us, helping to promote globalization, “humanitarian wars” and Open Borders, by opposing any sign of resistance from the disenfranchised white working class.

    Listen to Andrew Joyce: “Antifa is the bastard child of Marx and Goldman Sachs, conceived in the Hamptons, and nursed on the psychiatrists couch.”

    Or Baudrillard: “Left” and “Right” have largely disappeared as useable categories ….If we take Baudrillard’s understanding of Marx to its logical conclusions – we can provocatively say that the Left was never really anything more than a prosthesis of the right. All the Left seems able to do now, especially in the age of ecological-correctness, is play the sad role of “setting up models of pacified socialization”

    This has become, pathetically, the fate of progressives (including unionists, feminists, and environmentalists) who seek to revive public morality or pitifully beg at the knee of the Law.

    Others merely remain “stuck in denunciation” .

    As much as the Left persists at all it does so in many ways as a last vestige of Marx – defunct and “spontaneously doing the work of the right”.

    The children of 1968 have gone over to ecological efforts to prolong capitalist expansion and serve productivism in new ways.

    Shorter:

    The Left works for us, same as the Right.

    “Left” versus “Right” is Kabuki theatre for the rubes.

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    John Hannon Reply:

    “The Left works for us”

    Jeremy seems not to have got the memo –

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/01/jeremy-corbyn-under-pressure-to-denounce-friends-hamas-and-hezbo/

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    Erebus Reply:

    Comically incoherent.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    The Right and Left are on one tectonic plate earthquaking the middle class they accidentally created.

    The Left is doling out cash benefits; health care; education; food; and housing to the working class.

    The Right is, somehow, with a straight face, telling people public debt is creating recessions.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Anyone who is dishonest enough isn’t right.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Curiously, the right had no discourse on power. This is the gift progressivism gave them.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Yes, the “progressives” gave us countless gifts. Foucault, Deleuze, all these guys are must reads for Righties a bit into reading.

    BTW as for tunes, this is what I’m checking out at the moment: https://youtu.be/DYwIAiM4nnQ

    Been listening to this genre (Witch House) since at the latest 2010. I don’t know why it says “Mix 2017” it has at least one (great) song I was listening to a year ago, I’m guessing more. Yeah, sucker just named it so for clicks.
    <
    Anyway, for something quite else check out another 2814 : 新しい日の誕生

    I’m going to see how it lasts, but if Vangelis’ Blade Runner is 15/15 gold nuggets this one is perhaps close, plausibly equal.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Loving the feels so far on this witch house. Intoxicating and sterile instrumentals. Like drinking rubbing alcohol.
    &
    2814 has blown me away. He knows a great deal of music theory. It’s definitely not your run-of-the-mill, vanilla synth programming common today. He’s definitely a throw back to the 70s experts (Vangelis, Larry Fast) but with his own post-internet VIBEZ.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    The albums that made Vaporwave are also worth a virtual gem.

    ▬» Chuck Person’s Eccojams Vol. 1 is the sixteenth studio album by the American electronic musician Daniel Lopatin, released under the one-time pseudonym Chuck Person. It was released on August 8, 2010 via The Curatorial Club. The album is often credited with pioneering the musical genre and aesthetic style known as vaporwave.[5][6] »

    ▬» Floral Shoppe (Japanese: フローラルの専門店? Hepburn: Furōraru no Senmon-ten) is the seventh studio album by the American electronic musician Vektroid, (under the one-time alias Macintosh Plus), released on December 9, 2011 by the independent record label Beer on the Rug. It was one of the first releases of the vaporwave subgenre to gain popular recognition on the Internet. Since then, Floral Shoppe has been considered by many to be the essential defining album of the vaporwave genre, and has been recognized by some as a classic. »

    The latter especially changed my life. I sent a girl “I love you” based on a lyric in it. It was too much to handle for me having said that and meeting her the day after, so it was pretty stupid but I knew that beforehand. But I thought it was funny too. I still have a chance with her, but I’m like Isai in the Smash Brothers : my talents are mysterious.

    I’m not always able to act on them. I find ascesis (which is needed) so boring, often.

    Of course, the album changed my life in more ways than this. It came up in Youtube auto-play around a year ago, when I had my main Twitter ride and Trump was coming into victory. It sn(e)aked into my psychosphere. “It’s all in your head.” Life felt like a virtual reality. The Roman bust—pink—and Freemasonesque checkered floor. Something extramundane about this. Similar aesthetic in Rihanna’s live rendition of «Diamonds» on SNL, 2012. That’s my vibe. I’ve only recently come to completely ingest Floral Shoppe.

    Cyber-optimate Romano-Anglism. Atlantis restated.

    Maybe the opposite of what I need.

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    This Chuck Person’s Eco Jams was mind-mending.

    Now I’m onto Floral Shoppe.

    A Kundalini-rising moment as I lie here and listen.

    I am at once anxious and extremely relaxed now.

    LOL. I can only imagine what you sent her. The saxophone balladry alone is an erotics too lewd for casual acquaintance.

    花の専門店 / / (Flower shop) is amazing!!

    Perhaps you’ll beat the game. Or perhaps Master Hand is as far as you go.

    When I think about the propagation of light.. the propagation of sound.. the physics of the game world cohere perfectly to the physics of my reality. Ontological incompleteness. Umwelt. I’m an animal body.

    The Buddhists were on fire many years ago. And I don’t just mean self-immolation.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    «Call me British, American, Jewish, Londoner – just don’t call me patriotic» by
    Will Self, Friday 14 April 2017 09.59 BST.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬» Terror has already changed us in ways ranging from the gradual collapse of the Schengen area, intrusive inflight security including a ban on electronic devices in flight to the inevitable tightening of security at all future concerts and exhibitions. If there’s one thing Ariana Grande will have at future concerts it’s security grande. Even the virtual world which once promised to be the frontier of freedom has become a hacker-haunted place. Your phone now spies on you. Mass surveillance is ubiquitous. Passwords to your social media accounts can be demanded at borders. That email that just arrived in your inbox may contain an attachment from the Shadow Brothers that can encrypt all the files on your hard disk unless you pay them $500 in Bitcoin to retrieve a decoder key.

    Government is losing its credibility as an effective protector. Under these circumstances “carrying on exactly as before” is likely to have a meaning opposite to Independent’s intention. For most people it will mean continuing to batten down the hatches and rebuilding the trust networks so foolishly discarded when they put their trust in the State. The vision of future may prove to be not the borderless EU after all — but Israel. If government fails to protect people they are likely to fall back on tribalism and wire instead.

    The issue is whether order can recover before the world fragments into a patchwork of affinity groups. Tribes have considerable advantages after all. They are designed to provide trust, a commodity often more valuable than the theoretically greater military potential of an open group. An open group without trust is a kill zone. US forces faced green on blue or “insider” attacks in Afghanistan they responded by reviving their own tribe.

    Part of the reason green-on-blue attacks have subsided since 2012 is because security measures were put in place to prevent such incidents following the spike (there were only two green-on-blue attacks in 2008, five in 2008 and 2009, and 16 in 2011, according to a tally compiled by the Long War Journal). Among the changes to security were “guardian angels,” or NATO soldiers who watch over NATO and Afghan troops.
    Tribes and clans are still used when information security and omerta are paramount. No technical solution yet devised can beat treachery. Only loyalty can do that — and we have made loyalty, to nation at least, a bad word. Looking at data breaches within the US, the Harvard Business Review noted that while “external attacks … get plenty of attention …. insiders can do much more serious harm … According to various estimates, at least 80 million insider attacks occur in the United States each year. But the number may be much higher, because they often go unreported.”

    You can’t operate without trust.

    If we are to prevent a new medievalism finding the right balance between an open society and maintaining loyalty and allegiance is necessary. »
    Our narrowing world
    BY RICHARD FERNANDEZ MAY 23, 2017

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    Bruce Arney Reply:

    “An open group without trust is a kill zone” What is needed to counteract this kill zone, is circling the wagons around the tribe, much like Israel has done, as the author points out.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Absolutely, new Forms of Capital

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    It seems patchwork was brought about by an inversion of the Hobbesian myth.

    The nation state has become the ‘state of nature’ men must flee in order to enter into a civilized compact.

    Problem is, the nation state was never born from such a consummation and it will never dissolve in such a consummation either.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    the nation state was never born from such a consummation and it will never dissolve in such a consummation either.

    What do you mean?

    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    The sovereign is the state of nature and the exception that grounds the Law.

    The true ‘social’ should be rightly defined as an antagonism; the social contract, fundamentally, as an asocial contract.

    ‘Fortified gentrification’ was foremost a function of property rights.

    One doesn’t like what side of the fence one ‘s on.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    I’m a karmist, so I believe people are born into their position on their merit. Which is not to say they will be worthy of what good people think those with such power should do.

    I think there’s a lot of people that have wealth but have shitty emotional lives. Full of trouble. Types like Frank Underwood in House of Cards exampled.

    The meisterwerk by Dante shows us how it is arranged.

    But there’s people with wealth who are good

    and those must build more than cards

    around them, more than wagons,

    we Illuminated niggas must

    build a Net in the Sky

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here.

    My friend Lucky Larry Silverstein is here with me on the cruise, owner of the WTC buildings in Manhatten.

    Larry had a miraculous escape on 9/11.

    Every morning, as faithful as clockwork, Lucky Larry would enjoy breakfast at the Windows on the World restaurant atop the North Tower. His daughter Lisa would show up for breakfast too — a regular feature. But on the morning of 9/11, neither of them were able to make it to the Windows of the World restaurant.

    Lucky Larry discovered he had a dermatologist’s appointment. Daughter Lisa was caught up in a convenient traffic jam.

    Lucky Larry had a son. He too was expected in the building that morning. Like his sister Lucky Lisa, he too had the extraordinary good luck to be caught in a traffic jam — in a different part of the city.

    Truly, God was smiling on his people that morning.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Apologies for the duplicate comment.

    Just wanted to make sure no one confuses me (Rothsteinberg) with that bimbo airhead who teaches Gender Studies to the retards at Prog University

    Truly, goy is the dumbest of all cattle in our barn

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Nice try, FBI.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    The excellent commenter who goes by the handle “G. Eiriksson” is one of us.

    Here’s his photo:

    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2016/10/05/the-memes-have-become-real/amp/

    After MP Jo Cox was murdered, we noticed there was a certain amount of sympathy (among commenters) for that Nazi freak who killed her, so we sent in “agent Eiriksson” to take over the comment board.

    Thanks agent Eiriksson for a job well done.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here.

    Lynn Forrester has joined us on our Cruise ship, featuring a two-deck dance hall, a theatre with 1,380 seats, an ice skating rink, 7 distinct “neighborhoods”, and 25 dining options.

    In 2000 Lynn married 70-year-old Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. They spent their wedding night at the White House in Washington DC, with Bill Clinton scuttling around serving them drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

    A year later, on September 11, 2001, the couple hired out the entire top two floors of a 5-star hotel in Manhattan. The hotel had a majestic view of New York.

    On that fateful morning, September 11, 2001, the lucky couple stepped out onto their balcony where breakfast was served.

    Evelyn said to his bride: “Now darling, in a few moments I’d like you to watch carefully the “reality” and then watch the TV I’ve had set up here on the balcony.”

    And watching the “reality” and the TV side by side, all she could say was “Wow!”

    And Evelyn said “Yes. You can see, my darling, that on the TV there were planes, but we saw no planes outside.
    All we saw were fireworks … the explosions … billowing smoke … men and women leaping from the towers, spiraling downward in the azure blue sky…it was beautiful…

    But forget the planes. Forget whether or not planes hit the towers. That is irrelevant. 9/11 is irrelevant, this is routine as 9 to 5

    The point is that I am able to mandate what the reality fundamentalists (i.e., the rubes, masses and stupid goyim) assume is reality!

    This rare gift of being able to see how the world really operates is my gift to you.”

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2180476/LYNN-DE-ROTHSCHILD-campaign-rescue-capitalism–stop-greed-corruption-threaten-destroy-American-Dream.html

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    LOL.

    https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/4407

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬» Huis Happaert – Antwerp

    Ideally located on the Scheldt, Antwerp was then the Antverpia mercatorum emporium (The Empire of the Merchants), the trading capital of Northern Europe, where artists, art collectors, philosophers, scholars, diplomats and merchants from round the world congregated. The city exported luxury goods such as precious fabrics, silk, tapestries and diamonds. In twenty years Saint Luke’s guild attracted over 300 craftsmen and painters, including Peter Brueghel the Older and Quinten Massys. Christopher Plantin’s print shop contributed to the burgeoning of new ideas, pictures, techniques and thought. »

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    Anti-A2H

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    ▬» Empire is materializing before our very eyes. Over the past several decades, as colonial regimes were overthrown and then precipitously after the Soviet barriers to the capitalist world market finally collapsed, we have witnessed an irresistible and irreversible globalization of economic and cultural exchanges. Along with the global market and global circuits of production has emerged a global order, a new logic and structure of rule—in short, a new form of sovereignty. Empire is the political subject that effectively regulates these global exchanges, the sovereign power that governs the world.

    Many argue that the globalization of capitalist production and exchange means that economic relations have become more autonomous from political controls, and consequently that political sovereignty has declined. Some celebrate this new era as the liberation of the capitalist economy from the restrictions and distortions that political forces have imposed on it; others lament it as the closing of the institutional channels through which workers and citizens can influence or contest the cold logic of capitalist profit. It is certainly true that, in step with the processes of globalization, the sovereignty of nation-states, while still effective, has progressively declined. The primary factors of production and exchange— money, technology, people, and goods—move with increasing ease across national boundaries; hence the nation-state has less and less power to regulate these flows and impose its authority over the economy. Even the most dominant nation-states should no longer be thought of as supreme and sovereign authorities, either outside or even within their own borders. The decline in sovereignty of nation-states, however, does not mean that sovereignty as such has declined.

    Throughout the contemporary transformations, political controls, state functions, and regulatory mechanisms have continued to rule the realm of economic and social production and exchange. Our basic hypothesis is that sovereignty has taken a new form, composed of a series of national and supranational organisms united under a single logic of rule. This new global form of sovereignty is what we call Empire. »

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