Quote note (#360)

Fernandez keeps getting better:

Competition is generally a positive thing and we are likely to have more quality and lower prices not just in the realm of physical products but in a social systems and governance. Ironically the world may end up with a genuine multicultural society instead of a monocultural leftist diktat masquerading as one. Political tensions between left and right may even decline as the points of friction are reduced. […] But not every separation necessarily ends happily. The biggest threat to a successful divorce is the need by one partner for Other People’s Money to maintain its lifestyle. There is always the possibility of domestic violence instead of new opportunities. The best guarantee of a successful transition is innovation. Entire sectors like the media, higher education and public sector unions are already facing wrenching changes, not for any defect in personnel, but because they are predicated on models whose time has passed. Possibly the most revolutionary act a person can perform at this critical moment is to create opportunities out of the ongoing disruption.

(Divorce-talk is everywhere these days.)

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    I like the idea of our primary tension being between competition and economies of scale (monopoly takes advantage of this). Even more, it seems to me that this is a competition between more localized parallel approaches and inertia, especially the worst kind of all, which is social pressure (a form of demotism, alongside democracy and consumerism).

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Oh Brett youre confused as fuck.You read the bit about money might be made unwinding globalism and your brain skipped because your whole life you were told about the synergies of globalism. So WTF kind of economics is claiming gains from mitigating losses? Pundit economics; but for once it was in support of the right.

    But this highlights a real problem, capitalism doesnt offer you what you want it offers you what it has, and the more it can trick you into wanting its offering the better it does.But like most of the right you block out critiques of capitalism because your enemies are always attacking it.So instead your brain translates this as one of the most confused sentences with punctuation I have read on here.

    “Even more, it seems to me that this is a competition between more localized parallel approaches and inertia, especially the worst kind of all, which is social pressure (a form of demotism, alongside democracy and consumerism).”

    Its like you want to hit all the bases of reflex right hate but keep stepping on your toungue. Take a deep breath and think about why you like capitalism, why a civilization ought to like it.Dont get tangled up in that moldbug theology for a second.What does it purport to do for you? Because you seem to be saying youre down with soylent green, are you down with soylent green Brett? Youre fine eating yourself as long as capitalism is allowed to grow? If you had to chose (humor me) between capitalism and conservatism which would you choose- not so fast, and why? There was a time when the type of Conservatives you admire when you get your high moldbug up- you know the landed aristocracy and the church saw capitalism the way you now see leftism.

    You might have noticed I am not much for the Throne and Altar vein of Reaction (both being anathema to reason) But I was in favor of the conservative wing of reaction before Land sent it down the memory hole.HRX was one variation.Its time for a critique of capitalism from the right, even if its just to keep ourselves honest.If I am honest with myself at least half of of what I despise about modernity could be laid at capitalisms feet. Im not even sure there can be leftism socialism without capitalism.

    If capitalism is as much to blame as leftism, then Moldbugs wrong to use capitalism to incentivize whats its destroyed,which Land seems to be saying is true, But somehow a good thing for Capitalist robots or something something.I dont care about capitalist robots or niggers Brett I care about white people because those are the people Gnon gave me.

    Until capitalism we had culture to negotiate the disconnects between our DNA being older than the current situation. Capitalisms been a great tool in many ways, but thats ben inadvertent it doesn’t care about us, and its not intelligent, so it doesnt even care about its own long term interests it only wants to make paperclips or dollars. In its esarly stages it makes cars and rocket ships nifty huh, later it makes SJW platforms,porn, eventually it will make soylent green.Nick is wrong its not inevitable, religion might have consumed us like it did the sand niggers,all sorts of things if not stopped by white men might have gotten out of control.

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    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Land’s belief is that capitalism is a dark god that we have no control over. Therefore, fighting it is pointless. Its the classic story of humanity summoning a demon that proceeds to destroy us.

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    Malcer Reply:

    So far he’s yet to see something ponting otherwise. Africa is the last holdout and that’ll be over once the Chinese are done with it.

    Oh well.

    collen ryan Reply:

    I know thats what Land says the question is why is he saying such a patently ridiculous thing, of course we can control capitalism, we can control it from the right or do nothing as land the marxist suggests and it will be controlled from the left.Socialism may not be infinitely sustainable (but it might in this iteration) but its certainly capable of restarting everytime capitalism restarts.Capitalism is what conjures the Golem.They are both written into our DNA ( individual and group interest) Neither should be allowed to run things, or get too far ahead of the other.Moldbug gets its individual interest thats letting leftism spin out of control and prescribes getting off coke by using crack.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    of course we can control capitalism, we can control it from the right or do nothing as land the marxist suggests and it will be controlled from the left.

    This is right.

    ▬» cybernetics (n.) Look up cybernetics at Dictionary.com
    coined 1948 by U.S. mathematician Norbert Wiener (1894-1964), with -ics + Greek kybernetes “steersman” (metaphorically “guide, governor”), from kybernan “to steer or pilot a ship, direct as a pilot,” figuratively “to guide, govern,” which is of uncertain origin. Beekes agrees that “the word has no cognates” and concludes “Foreign origin is probable.” The construction is perhaps based on 1830s French cybernétique “the art of governing.”
    The future offers very little hope for those who expect that our new mechanical slaves will offer us a world in which we may rest from thinking. Help us they may, but at the cost of supreme demands upon our honesty and our intelligence. [Norbert Wiener, “God and Golem, Inc.,” 1964] »

    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Its basically associated with the notion that atomization is the revealed preference of all human beings, or at least of the Anglosphere. I should also note that he seems to believe that resource shortages will not be a major issue – none of this works without modern technology and acceleration of present trends. Its always risky to extrapolate too much from present trends into the future, but to some extent, I think Dr. Land would prefer to think so because it’ll be more fun(for him) to imagine so.

    Retreading the past, for him, even if it happens, is boring.

    This is not a shared preference for all of his readers, obviously.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Retreading the past, for him, even if it happens, is boring.

    That’s immaterial. What matters if functionality.

    We’re dysfunctional now. We’ll go the same way as Rome.

    Chinese Empire had this problem, in the past. But…

    ▬» Alexander Demandt enumerated 210 different theories on why Rome fell, and new ideas have emerged since.[6][7] Historians still try to analyze the reasons for loss of political control over a vast territory (and, as a subsidiary theme, the reasons for the survival of the Eastern Roman Empire). Comparison has also been made with the Han Empire in China, which re-established its Great Unity while the Mediterranean world remained politically disunited. »

    It is overcomeable.

    Abelard Lindsey Reply:

    I honestly do not understand this hostility towards free market capitalism that seems part and parcel of much of the alt-right. For me personally, based on personal experiences, I view free market capitalism as a tool that enables self-empowerment. I can go out and start new business, be a consultant, or do all kinds of engineering work that I would not be able to do in any other kind of system. It offers me opportunity that would be lacking in any other kind of system. It has also allowed me to travel and live in various place of the world that I otherwise would probably not been able to do so in another kind of system.

    Wagner Reply:

    “But like most of the right you block out critiques of capitalism because your enemies are always attacking it.So instead your brain translates this as one of the most confused sentences with punctuation I have read on here.

    “Even more, it seems to me that this is a competition between more localized parallel approaches and inertia, especially the worst kind of all, which is social pressure (a form of demotism, alongside democracy and consumerism).”

    Its like you want to hit all the bases of reflex right hate but keep stepping on your toungue.”

    psyops’d. Brett has sacrificed himself to the cause of propaganda. When you do that, in order to do it well, you have to believe it yourself. He’s not trying to hit all the bases of reflex, his bases of reflex are hit.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Am I the only one that has paranoiac anticipations of the gulag of the future? A few times now I’ve imagined Brett specifically throwing me in the gulag if there were a ‘conservative revolution’. Liberté inégalité fraternité!

    Hegemonizing Swarm Reply:

    > In its esarly stages it makes cars and rocket ships nifty huh, later it makes SJW platforms,porn, eventually it will make soylent green.

    There are people that do horrible things under any regime. The life of the common people wasn’t exactly paradise before the 20th century. The problem with conservatism, both left bio-conservatism and right social-conservatism that it yearns back for something that never existed.

    Also – are your examples that bad?

    – SJW platforms on the internet? Why even care, they’re much easier to ignore than big media of the past. It also accommodates platforms such as xenosystems.
    – Porn? As they say, prostitution is the oldest profession. Porn on the Internet is rather easy to ignore if you don’t want it.
    – Soylent green? Cannibalism, starvation happened frequently in the past under much lower population pressure. If anything, capitalism has funded the invention of food sources to stave this off.

    What about really bad things like diseases? It’s hard to even imagine how frequent deadly diseases at early age were in the past, without evil modernisms such as medical technology. Or how natural disasters such as floods used to be much more deadly.

    > Its time for a critique of capitalism from the right, even if its just to keep ourselves honest.

    Capitalism provides what there is a demand for, by allowing supply and demand to balance out.
    By definition if there is no demand for something then there is no market.
    What you see as the evils of capitalism are the evils of humanity reflected. It shows us what we are.

    You can go all dreamy, like the left, about what we *should be*, and try to change it, but any large-scale attempts to result in death and bloodshed. Is that worth it? Will it change anything? I don’t know. We’ve seen enough of both Maoism and the “war on drugs” to know how bad it can become if it doesn’t.

    > Until capitalism we had culture to negotiate the disconnects between our DNA being older than the current situation.

    Come on, we still have culture. As long as people value culture and there are people, there will be culture.
    This is something both the left and the right have a strong interest in – on the left there’s “cultural appropriation” bs, on the right there’s clinging to the aesthetic of the past. Both are scared of “what if cultures merge!”. Well it won’t if no one wants it to! Culture evolves, but only in directions people let it.
    In the meantime it’s easier than ever to get access to historical literature, art, and discuss with people with interest in the same.
    (and just that there is another group that rather watches porn 24/7 doesn’t change this)

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    collen ryan Reply:

    I didnt try very hard on my examples i just wanted a quick illustration that capitalism is agnostic on left/right but will be progressively anti human if not managed.No doubt things were worse in the past because we had yet to develop things and no doubt capitalism sped up development of things. The point is it it develops bad things as well as good from a human perspective.


    Capitalism provides what there is a demand for, by allowing supply and demand to balance out.
    By definition if there is no demand for something then there is no market.
    What you see as the evils of capitalism are the evils of humanity reflected. It shows us what we are.”

    My proposition is that this is not true.A moment’s honest reflection would reveal.Ca[italism changes us.It distorts instincts and destroys cultures. Its semantics to argue anything we can be manipulated into being is “us”.The norm is looking at what we have mostly been and noting if the aberrations are explained by an unusual influence.Under extreme conditions we can be made into monsters.
    Capitalism sometimes fills a need we know we have, sometimes it imagines a need we dont know we have,The process of consumerism and a civilization increasingly controlled by capitalism puts us into a wifi matrix.We “want” what we are told we want, we “think” what we are told to think,”feel” what we are told to feel. And as Capitalism gains this power it uses it to its own advantage or the advantage of those who still retain some power over capitalism, It doesnt use this power to rebuild the civilization and culture its destroyed as moldbug inexplicably expects.
    Lets be clear im not anti capitalist Im critiquing from the right im anti capitalist controlled civilization.So spare the examples of the good capitalism has done I have spent a lifetime explaining them to others.

    “You can go all dreamy, like the left, about what we *should be*, and try to change it, but any large-scale attempts to result in death and bloodshed. Is that worth it? Will it change anything? I don’t know. We’ve seen enough of both Maoism and the “war on drugs” to know how bad it can become if it doesn’t.”

    No actually I am the one telling Land and Moldbug not to go all dreamy and attempt to reinvent human organization based on tech and capitalism, that it hasnt worked over the past 200 years and capitalism is not even a new answer its at least half of whats caused all the problems we lament, it may even be the cause of leftism.

    “Come on, we still have culture. As long as people value culture and there are people, there will be culture.
    This is something both the left and the right have a strong interest in – on the left there’s “cultural appropriation” bs, on the right there’s clinging to the aesthetic of the past. Both are scared of “what if cultures merge!”. Well it won’t if no one wants it to! Culture evolves, but only in directions people let it.
    In the meantime it’s easier than ever to get access to historical literature, art, and discuss with people with interest in the same.
    (and just that there is another group that rather watches porn 24/7 doesn’t change this)””

    Im guessing youre about 22? you dont even know what culture is,you have grown up in the matrix. Bandying about the word culture is not culture.culture is continuity, Capitalism is disruption. Atomization is not our prefered mode any more than we prefer to watch porn than procreate. We(whites) have genetic predispositions to socialization and individualization. The question is of all the predispositions we have selected over the aeons which to encourage with our culture.Capitalism is only going to select those that make a buck-is that any way to run a species?

    Malcer Reply:

    >on the left there’s “cultural appropriation” bs, on the right there’s clinging to the aesthetic of the past.

    That’s called LARPing.

    AMK Reply:

    “Until capitalism we had culture to negotiate the disconnects between our DNA being older than the current situation. Capitalisms been a great tool in many ways, but thats ben inadvertent it doesn’t care about us, and its not intelligent, so it doesnt even care about its own long term interests it only wants to make paperclips or dollars. In its esarly stages it makes cars and rocket ships nifty huh, later it makes SJW platforms,porn, eventually it will make soylent green.Nick is wrong its not inevitable, religion might have consumed us like it did the sand niggers,all sorts of things if not stopped by white men might have gotten out of control.”

    I have already solved this with Reactionary Capitalism

    http://theanti-puritan.blogspot.com/2017/06/why-market-formalism.html

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    Malcer Reply:

    Just more Anarchocapitalist talk. With the same issues (namely, what makes the strong obey your NAP).

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  • SVErshov Says:

    Oldies talk.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    its never going to happen in USA.neither side is that stupid if it comes to it they will fight it out hopefully this will happen.The righter side will win because the left cant help alienating everyone and they are mostly niggers women and faggots, what competent whites they have are essentially faggots but more importantly they will be alienated. This is not likely to produce a very far right state unless some people stop jerking off to nrx blogs and get a plan together for a serious takeover from such a situation- Hint no ones going for a monarchy or giving soros the forex patch.So back to earth martians

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    Kevin C. Reply:

    “The righter side will win because the left cant help alienating everyone and they are mostly niggers women and faggots”

    Land’s fellow Jacobite author David Hines begs to differ with his “Political Violence Is A Game The Right Can’t Win

    If there’s one thing righties believe, it’s that they could beat lefties in a fight.

    You see this attitude reflected over and over again, to the point that it’s probably something engrained in the right-wing psyche. Pajama Boy vs. tactical deathbeast? Pffft. No contest. Look, righties have the guns, righties have police and they have the military. If one day the balloon ever goes up, righties will just organize behind a leadership of their veterans, coordinate with the active service, give all the lefties free helicopter rides, and live happily ever after. Right?

    That’s pretty much what the Confederacy thought about the Yankees, and it didn’t exactly work out well for them.

    (See also said author’s Days of Rage review.)

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    collen ryan Reply:

    yeah but this time we have the niggers rioting behind their lines.

    seriously its doubtful it will actually be a right v left war at first the govt will try to make it about criminals ,racists and terrorists because thats the way to keep it from spreading. its going to be blind rage at the state if it goes up. and the cities will break racially which will tie up most of the state guns keeping democrats from killing each other.The right will attempt to contain the cities,and defend themselves.if it goes beyond this point which has already legitimized the left they will have to decide to attempt to occupy america, they cant even occupy afghanistan they will quickly turn everyone against them and the soldiers and cops will desert, the left will retreat to nyc and washington and hope we are not planning to come for them.
    In short they can not win this either they know that much better than muh militia and they will do whatever it takes to not have a civil war or enough unrest to start a civil war. You dont have to beat them- that was the souths mistake, unlike the revolutionaries they sought to confront them head on.That would be pretty stup[id

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    Malcer Reply:

    The Left will need to keep Red States under their grip to support their plans. Turns out having hordes of unproductive Negroes and other muds along with (unmarried) women is a liability when you don’t have more Whites (and maybe Model Minorities) to feed off of. For more on this:

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Anarcho_Capitalism/comments/564ja2/fiscal_impact_of_whites_blacks_and_hispanics/

    http://www.ntu.org/foundation/page/who-doesnt-pay-income-taxes

    https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2375926 (New Zealand but relevant for how unproductive women are)

    And using the Civil War for the scenario we’re talking about is faulty. The Union had the full might of its Industrial Revolution against what was a pre-Industrial society fixated on slavery. It had to conquer much smalller territory. Its forces were far more homogenous.

    Now, the Blues would possibly have to bring a major chunk of Red America into heel. This is a significantly more homogenous America (its non-Whites are found largely in the more southern areas). With a noticeably more competently armed populace AND with access to important resources. The cops will be torn between serving institutions and populaces that scorn them or sticking with supporters. The feminized and mud filled military is going to be shorter when it comes to needed troops and technology. Regardless of who wins it will get ugly once it comes to conquest.

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  • neovictorian23 Says:

    America 3.0 – an excellent, indeed, prophetic book that didn’t take off like I thought it would amongst our set. It’s been out for four years now and the generalities are coming true…Fernandez sounds many of the same themes, even specifics.

    Link, if interested – America 3.0 by James Bennett and Michael Lotus (“Lexington Green”)

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  • collen ryan Says:

    If Lewontin’s fallacy is incorrect then Land’s Fallacy must also be incorrect? Lets call that mikes maxim lololololol

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Unless nick you can explain somehow why there is less genetic difference yet you think theres more competition between white men than between white men and men of other races. are we in a post genetic world now? Gnon is dead? DNA to dollars? will patchlords signal dollars instead of holiness?

    Im wondering did protestantism spring up about the time the aristocracy got a handle on the church, or was the church just failing first.

    no conspiracy intended, but isnt it really really strange how we adopted the jewish religion?

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  • Malcer Says:

    The talk of sucession is just more retreatism combined with an overly rosy view human behaviour.

    There will not be any friendly divorces between the Americas. Even if the Right/Traditional/Deplorables or whatever one calls the non-Left with its hoards of Cat Ladies, Muds, and Fags were willing to divide the country the Left certainly wouldn’t once the lack of access to Money Fo Dem Pogamz becomes apparent. The process for splitting up the densely populated but muddy blue islands from the more spread around but more beige red sea would be a mess . In any case even if it could be done it wouldn’t last. Businesses would eventually give up on utopia (muds, regelutations, taxes) and move to more hospitable areas leaving less and less money for these utopias.

    California? Too many Californians would not be supportive of getting new passports and there’s the obvious point of entanglement. California needs Colorado River water and the rest of US needs Long Beach. California needs American markets and the Cathedral would never tolerate Chinese naval bases on the west coast or California treaty ties with with foreign and hostile powers. California also has the issue of pensions and a sure to rise muddy underclass. Are they going to have their own currency and their own central bank? Is your Feral Lefty professor going to celebrate when his state pension sinks?. He may be red as the Russian in his heart, but don’t count on him to get a cut back for the greater good.

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    Mike Reply:

    I was thinking of solutions to the container-terminal problem and the most obvious thing that occurred to me is for the left coast to secede as two states (this should be easy to talk them into, the Pacific NW isn’t going to want to be a province of California anyway), and carve out a chunk between the two (more or less the old “State of Jefferson” proposal) as a red area.

    The side benefit of red team having their own container terminal is that they can finally do something about the grotesquely high costs of container handling in North America (blame ILWU and ILA for this one).

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    Wagner Reply:

    The left isn’t going to secede because it wants a clean thought-win. If there is a secession it’s an immanent blow to their theory (Post-Christian religion). Other patches zomg. Patchwork may be a brainwash method itself, intended to wack the back of the knee of the shitlibmashine and drop it, so it can be followed by an uppercut. ZOMG OTHER PATCHES! If these dumbdumbs you love so much Mike are exposed to the truth, to the post-post-Christian truth of hierarchy (you call it HBD, tomato tamato) they’re going to snap out of it and very likely carry on normie lives under the yoke of a religion centered on hierarchy rather than equality. Patchwork is just a tool that dissolves the lie, hence you constantly refer to the NRx ethos as science-*fictional*. Sci-fi is a relatively new genre so it’s difficult to see because it’s so close to us. Imagine Aeschylus, after his many war campaigns, saying “I want to direct a play” to someone for the first time. Sci-fi’s not as crazy as the creation of tragedy but its form has major mindfuck potential.

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    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Correct. Leftism is now universalism, the existence of any alternates denies it.

    collen ryan Reply:

    scifi is a lot like myth and religion maybe not so new. You realize that mikes not this michael? I agree an HBD religion is the only one still viable I actually think the Nazis were on to something, they emerged into modernism and said oh OK how about this?

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    patchlords

    🙂

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Yeah it scans huh,
    But this idea that patches should again be tied to 2D real estate when we already have multi dimensional Patches seems archaic from futurists no? Take any piece of real estate and some patchlords own the ground, others the various communications infrastructures, some the various parts of the social organization structure, others various parts of the service structure, other food production and distribution.Giving control of it all to some patchlord is archaic and will in reality not actually transfer control, he will be no more likely or able to decide the price of gas or the outcome of some law case than some senator does today.He will set up expert departments. The imagined savings in bureaucracy because he can cut through it is likely to increase because no one will want to make a decision because he can cut off their heads. decisions will be passed up where information is least known.higher ups will take advantage of knowing more about the head chopping risk and demand a cut when the risk is low. This is how todays kingdoms work.

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    But this idea that patches should again be tied to 2D real estate when we already have multi dimensional Patches seems archaic from futurists no?

    Hehe, I guess.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    My dear friend just wrote this: ▬» It was Luther’s trip to Rome in 1511 which guaranteed that the Teutonic races would vomit up Catholicism and the Baroque. »

    https://cassiodorusquodlibeta.blogspot.is/2017/06/the-flat-earth-debate.html

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  • Obama's boyfriend Says:

    No nation can remain free if it is not united by language, culture, values and tradition. Nations with “diversity” such as Yugoslavia, Russia, Celyon, India, Venezuela, all of Africa engage in elimination of significant segments of their populations, senseless massacres, endless destruction before either the heavy hand of a dictator restores order at the cost of more blood, or division ensures.

    All the characteristics that made America great and existed as recently as 1965 have been banished to the attic by our globalhomotransgenderBLMmarxist alliance.

    In the end all vital issues are resolved by blood and iron. America is no different, except that it need not be but the romper room left has decried civility and opted for mindless, senseless violence.

    Prepare for the storm.

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  • Lucian Says:

    The Guardian is getting darkly enlightened: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jun/21/privatizing-public-services-trump-democracy

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    collen ryan Reply:

    This is a good example of the NRX hope, its possible government services can be replaced with an app.This could take the deincentivize the greedy and power hungry from colonizing government. But other bad things might happen instead. Perhaps the greedy and power hungry in and around government act as a defence against others who have an interest in government. Perhaps services will not get better and cheaper.Perhaps instead things that would be too ridiculous to overcharge for like tap water will suddenly cost as much as internet and have as much competition.This is quite likely, a lot of these services wont make sense to have many providers which is often why they ended up government services, and so we will be told they are given out on competitive bids, but will find out part of the bid was to give free shit to niggers and bitches.And of course it will cost them more than it did the govt and they will want a profit. Its a nice dream though.

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  • Seth Largo Says:

    Like fences last century, interfaces make good neighbors . . . as demonstrated daily here at Outside In.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    | « 不協和音 Dissonance » by iacon | Full Album | Vaporwave | 30 Mar 2015 | Every track has individual cover art, with the exception of the final track which shares art with the first track. |

    Worth seeing just for the album art. — G

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    Erebus said

    dei ex machina

    To restate myself: What we would produce is the autonomachine. The machine which produces according to the Law of Exception: exit into another state.

    The being machine. The improvement machine. The neuroman machine (Neu Roman)

    NEW TIMES ROMAN font machine. Windows 9 machine.

    Negro DNA protection machine

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  • Thales Says:

    Soft Calexit: Texas, three more states on California’s banned travel list.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    yeah I had a laugh at that too, eight states they pretend dont exist now. Exit might be leftist and war the right iteration.

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    It’s just virtue signalling from their perspective. No one on the left talks about this as laying the groundwork for exit; in fact, I’ve gotten mild pushback from leftist colleagues suggesting it. As they see it, the goal is to create economic pain for the states in question, so that they come to California’s way of thinking.

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  • America 3.0, Richard Fernandez and Prophets Without Honor | Sanity in The Diamond Age Says:

    […] in pointed us to this column by Richard Fernandez (nee “Wretchard”) from the other […]

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  • collen ryan Says:

    “The decision to temporarily suspend operations of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211 at the Corps’ air station in Yuma stemmed from problems with the Autonomic Logistics Information System, or ALIS, the technological backbone of the F-35B program.

    ALIS transmits details about a jet’s mechanical condition to the ground-based computer system, automatically scheduling maintenance for the aircraft and contacting vendors worldwide to stock needed parts”

    http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/military/sd-me-yuma-grounding-20170622-story.html

    so heres your moldbugian capitalism at work; it brilliantly came up with the idea to have our trillion dollar fighter jets email our enemies to tell them we are incapacitated and could they please send some parts. so jewboy did the generals ask for this or did the capitalists sell this to them or did they simply bribe them?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Malcer Reply:
    June 24th, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    >on the left there’s “cultural appropriation” bs, on the right there’s clinging to the aesthetic of the past.

    That’s called LARPing.

    Naw man, there’s nothing that says LARP is about esthetics of the past necessarily.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    This is a good example of the NRX hope, its possible government services can be replaced with an app.

    Well, some of those “services” have been “replaced” by an app.

    Or people have been replaced by an app

    + an IT team, in fewer numbers.

    We’re hopeful about that

    It’s a just hope…

    A new. But what you’re gonna want is an app for intra-racial insemination

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    Erik Eirickson: “Let’s consider secession” (from Divorce Talk is Everywhere these days)

    It’s too late Erik, you stupid fucking goy.

    While you were stuffing your fat face at Ryan’s all-you-can-eat buffet, and calling Trump supporters Nazis, here’s what we’ve been planning for you and your kind:

    BREAKING : Kalergi Plan : The Sinister Plot UNCOVERED – 2017 Special Report

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ep-5af8nOk

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  • post-Landian post-nihilist Says:

    One of the most beautiful things I’ve experienced. The first few seconds of this

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  • collen ryan Says:

    capitalists want to concentrate wealth socialists want to reallocate it, both will kill and destroy to achieve their aims. Capitalism has the advantage of course being actually able to support itself, but its also the more dangerous because of that from the perspective of pretty much everyone but the capitalist.Patch lords like the Hudson bay east india rhodes made lots of money they didnt really build a civilization though.they didnt say to themselves as moldbug expects “well i pretty much own all the beaver above the 49 parallel i shouldnt trap them all out. no they did what capitalists always do took the short money and I wont get into the lefty lament about the collateral damage but its worth considering in Lands and Jewbugs utopia we play the beavers and indians.Now is that really the best solution to our problems because 99% of those problems are traceable to these same capitalists single mindedness, socialism leftism isnt the opposite of capitalism they are symptoms.This whole NRX idea seems more neocon the more I think about it.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    In modern wars, those who less comited wins. That is why left and imams who commited to so many ideological conceptz cannot win.

    Same in petry dish, for example place in same dish multi potent stem cells and liver comited projenitors cells. After few passages liver cells with disapear outgrow by multipotent stem cells.

    I gues potency is what matter most, more commitments you have less potent you become. With incredible amount of conceptual BS on left, right is the winer, to be right imho is enough to stay with indeterminacy paradigm. In any way it is one of governing principle in our universe.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Xenosystems comments has become a circus. Carlyle’s warning has been forgotten that for profundity, long silence is needed. Historians may view this as an example of the trend of philosophy’s seemingly inevitable tendency to succumb to rabblization. Hello historians, I am self-conscious rabble at least, so make haste to adorn me with lavish kleos, thanks.

    It is also true that philosophy gets gummed up by bureaucracy, from the freezing of transcendental presuppositions into the unconscious, and so the slave-revolt witnessed in these threads is also a manifestation of freedom/geist dusting off the Fixed Ideas undergirding Moldbug and Land’s, a.k.a. Goldbug, Rand, & Associates’, simultaneous Dionysian trip “down to the Piraeus” and Apollonian business venture.

    MM and Lando believe in the Great Chain of Being, the esoteric consequence of this being that they believe in slavery. Of course, they will insist on euphemisms and insist that the euphemisms aren’t euphemisms (and nota bene IDEALLY maintain silence that this topic is itself in silence), but this deep-seated conviction in these men that some, perhaps many men, are not men, but objects, machines, means to the end of real men, applies not only to their corporatic theory, but also to their *presentation* of that theory. In creating their “ideologies” (as MM in his first post explicitly refers to his as–alas one can’t expect the same honesty from our priestly administrator) they presupposed the slavish nature of man (or let’s say “some men” for PC’s sake) and consciously or not endeavored to render their readers “serfs” of their “thought-patch”. The ideology of Patchwork is itself a patch that one can choose to enter or leave. Of course, however, if one operates on the hidden/buried assumption that men are slaves–CAN one choose? (More darkly, should one?) MM and NL are sovereigns (esoterically, dictators) of the “theory of sovereignty patch of the mind” – do you see? They are thought-CEOs, we are thought-peasants of their thought-patch. To recognize this is for a question-mark thought-patch to materialize on the horizon. Are there other patches than this? Is there an option C, between USG and NRx? Is Hegel right that man moves toward freedom, or is Deleuze right that we like suppression? The real knot in the endless loop we can’t free ourselves from is that protestants, post- and otherwise, protest against everything except their own protesting. Hubris is the “Achilles’ heel” (lol) of the Occident, and we will repent for our vicious excesses. Muhammad led the Arabs to a vicious excess of submission; we have gone astray in the opposite way.

    Who put the daimon into Socrates’ head? Was it Zeus or a demon that first stepped on the gas of Western speculativeness, of Western atheism? Is there a 6od beyond Allah, YHWH, science, NTZSCH, etc., that uses all of the said as pawns?

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    collen ryan Reply:

    They are correct to believe in slavery, it exists has always existed and may arise in the future under certain conditions. Morally- Ok this gets tough because I think even more darkly than they that survive and reproduce as close a copy of your DNA as you can, that is the whole of the law, that is the purpose and the good of the universe. Within that law is a universe of strategies we sometimes call morality war love instinct culture etc.Slavery is part of all that so morally slavery is bad when it happens to me or mine good if it benefits me (and this is not an easy calculation obviously nigger slaves on north american continent was poorly thought through) Its tricky because I also think we need to answer nihilsm with culture but subordinate the culture ultimately with Gnons law. Hate to say it Hitler was on to something.

    Land and Moldbug besides trusting capitalism to not destroy western civilization this time has a philosophical problem, its a slipperry slope this elitism aristocracy they imagine,Land at least is honest that he prefers a smart nigger to a dumb white,aesthetically he might be right the IQ only based society will indeed end up with machines killing us off and likely with jews and slants enslaving us first.But more than just IQ leads to survival and we require more than just IQ to want to survive, Im sure if we went ethnat we would out compete the jews and slants, ethnat is not subject to the i dont want to belong to any club that would have me as a member problem Lands 130 plus society becomes disgruntled and becomes 145 plus 160 plus anon.

    It neednt be all fashy it could actually get quite creative as long as the artists philosophers and capitalists etc understood they were only being allowed a larp for a laugh. That our culture was firmly rooted in the law of gnon.

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    Hitler lost because it was too much hate

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    Slavery is eternal. It’s best understood as servicing

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    I.e. we’re all slaves of something

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    Is Hegel right that man moves toward freedom, or is Deleuze right that we like suppression?

    They can both be right. Man uses suppression, he moves towards freedom. Cycles upon cycles. It’s seen in his evolution, supposedly, from a more chained being (fewer possibilities) to a being that is more cybernetic, i.e. a being that steers (on) his environment. From drowning in ships frequently to it becoming more rare from navigation (kyberneticos).

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    Muhammad led the Arabs to a vicious excess of submission; we have gone astray in the opposite way.

    Brilliant.

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  • Rohme Giuliano Says:

    Thought about Nick’s “geopolitics is tragic”.. He’s right, the strongest countries have the charactero-logic, narrative arc of the Criminal or the Bandit.

    This cojoins with the irony that ‘the strong’ are outnumbered by ‘the weak’. Strength is tragic.

    Tragedy is insurmountable. All weltanschauung(s) orbit a tragic center.

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    A bit too tragic.

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    Tragedy is a degenerate ritual

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    From Twilight of the Idols:

    The tragic artist is not a pessimist, – he says yes to the very things that are questionable and terrible, he is Dionysian …

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  • TheDividualist Says:

    >Competition is generally a positive thing and we are likely to have more quality and lower prices not just in the realm of physical products but in a social systems and governance.

    Hoppe nailed this already, and precisely the other way around. If competition in the production of goods is good then competition in the production of bads must be bad, the last thing you want is efficient evil. Hoppe considers government an evil, hence wants a monopoly. Basically he hopes a monarchy would be a lot like turning governance into a union shop, where it is more about really long lunch breaks and generous compensation than actually doing anything i.e. any actual evil done.

    The big question is whether one considers governance an evil. Hoppe yes, Fernandez apparently uncritically considers it a good thing.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Hoppe nailed this already, and precisely the other way around. If competition in the production of goods is good then competition in the production of bads must be bad, the last thing you want is efficient evil.

    Simple and true.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caterpillar_D6

    Evidently my machine has a Wiki page.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬» Continuous tracks can be traced back as far as 1770 and today are commonly used on a variety of vehicles including bulldozers, excavators, tanks, and tractors «

    Damn. 1770 niggah?

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    The Chinese are the Dwarfs of « Lord of the Rings »

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    Garr Reply:

    But the Dwarfs of Lord of the Rings are clearly bench-pressers and dead-lifters, while the Chinese are better at explosive lower-body moves (power-clean, snatch). You’re Icelandic, so you know what I’m talking about.
    Anyway, please explain.
    I mean, don’t jewel-studded cave-systems = Talmudic discussion (which is actually a very intense role-playing game, once you get a feel for it)?
    Whereas, stuff like Chuang Tzu just slips through your fingers. It’s like cotton candy. That’s Elf-entertainment.
    Chinese are Elves.
    Well, no, actually the Elves are Celtic Catholics. But if the Chinese are anyone, they’re Elves.

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    post-Landian post-nihilist Reply:

    This needs further insight because the Middle-Earth universe is deep space 9

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  • Rohme Giuliano Says:

    After internal debate, I’ve come around to Land’s main ‘teleos of capital’ thesis.

    We are a soccer ball being kicked into a trans-human soccer net.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Call it fatalism if you like.

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    Malcer Reply:

    At least the Left loses too.

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    Rohme Giuliano Reply:

    Haha. Oh, they lose excruciatingly painfully.

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  • post-Landian post-nihilist Says:

    that uses all of the said as pawns?

    Yes I call him the archon

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  • post-Landian post-nihilist Says:

    Altho the Accelerationist or “Post-Accelerationist” (lol) wanker said, reportedly, “Cyber is so 90s” … → physical systems (CPS) a long time ago. The prefix “cyber” is derived from the Greek adjective “kyberneticos” (“cybernetic”) that means skilled in steering or governing. The term “cybernetics” was used already in Ancient Greece, for instance by Aristotle when considering the “technology of governance”. In modern times this term became popular after ….

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  • vinteuil Says:

    Greetings from Санкт-Петербург! Superb performance of La Boheme at the Миха́йловский, last night…looking forward to Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk at the Мариинский, on Thursday. Thought I’d check in, during the interim, on some sites I’ve neglected of late.

    Sure enough, there’s collen ryan stinking up the place, with absurd rants about “culture” interspersed with the occasional cry of “faggot” &/or “nigger.”

    Well, it’s Nick Land’s site. I assume he has his reasons for putting up with this.

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    Wagner Reply:

    “stinking up the place”

    If it smells good is it really philosophy?

    The reason they call it truth is because it’s not beautiful and not good.

    Ah yes, at least the brahmins you mingle with at the opera are well-perfumed.

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    vinteuil Reply:

    Wagner, you call yourself?

    Unfortunately, Parsifal, in Budapest, on 8th June, did not quite live up to expectations, though the Kundry was good. Lohengrin, in Prague, on the 10th, came closer – Charles Kim was clearly born to sing the title role. But the real standout was Tristan I, II, III, at the Mariinsky Concert Hall, 14-6 June last.

    “the Brahmins you mingle with at the opera”

    O, yeah, there’s lots of “Brahmins” hanging out in the balcony seats in Budapest & Prague & StP – and they just can’t wait to mingle with me.

    😉

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    Wagner Reply:

    Wagner is just a stick I use to beat Nietzsche over the head (in my own mind). His plays are kind of meh compared to the Greeks’; some of his music rivals N’s prose however imo, if we were to subscribe to Schopenhauer’s rank-order of music as expressing the truest reality, which at certain moments of listening to music, especially Wagner’s, is difficult to deny.

    vinteuil Reply:

    btw – does anybody here keep up with Anatoly Karlin’s “Russian Reaction” blog?

    http://www.unz.com/akarlin/

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    collen ryan Reply:

    I believe in naming things accurately for clarity of thought.

    Are you arguing “culture” is not biologically rooted?That it does not feedback into and change the biologic? That it is not important,pleasant if done right ? whats your argument? For someone who dismisses culture you seem invested in my conforming to your cultural expectations about names,and systems.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Some of things are just too plain for some of the laddies here, eh.

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  • collen ryan Says:

    NBC

    “Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook can play a role that churches and Little League once filled
    Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook groups to be as important to people’s lives as their local, community-support groups.
    Facebook’s AI software led to a 50% rise in people signing up for online groups.
    Zuckerberg praised the role played in society by Little League coaches and leader of local religious congregations.”

    You may not be interested in culture but culture is interested in you.The problem the new right is trying to solve is biocultural. If it were purely economic we would be marxists or globalists or both. or libertarians or cuckserves.Culture is both a selection pressure and expression. Its almost right to say the biologic is subordinated to the biocultural because the culture can move faster. And this is the crux of the problem because of the temporal differences the biologic can be hacked, instincts selected for one situation can for long periods be pwnd to other uses by capitalists marxists priests or states etc.Until we can actually reprogram our DNA to avoid these hacks we need culture to supercede other actors who wish to pwn us.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    Trump threatens Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over ‘plan for new chemical attack’

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/syria-latest-bashar-al-assad-chemical-attack-donald-trump-white-house-claim-a7809641.html

    Ever since I heard this news, I’ve been singing my favorite song, “Onward Christian Soldiers”

    And it’s about time! For years, Russia has been the only thing stopping us from regime change in Syria.

    What do you think the Trump-Russia conspiracy BS is all about anyway? It’s to pressure Trump into intervening in Syria, to help Al-Qaeda “rebels” overthrow Assad

    And flood Europe with millions more refugees

    Goyim, the role of the President of the United States is to support the decisions that are made by the people of Israel

    We’ve been practicing with the jig-a-boos for a long time, and had some success – right up to your White House!

    Next we have little Jared Kushner waiting in the wings…

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    When I hear the word “culture”, I reach for my gun

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhwEU8wq_zI

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    ▬» The steam tractors of the 1890s and early 1900s were extremely heavy, sometimes weighing 1,000 pounds (450 kg) per horsepower, and often sank into the rich, soft earth of the San Joaquin Valley Delta farmland surrounding Stockton, California. »

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    collen ryan Reply:

    Tracks distribute weight over many more square inches and can have a float effect as well, wheels have a digging effect

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    Claire Colebrook Reply:

    1,000 pound steam tractors?

    Now we’re talking!

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    Steven Craig Hickman
    6 hrs ·
    Protagoras was the first humanist, saying: “Man is the measure of all things.” But since his time we’ve come to another conclusion, the inhuman truth: “It is not man but technology that is the measure of all things.” By this we mean that the inhuman core of Man is and has always been the condition of his own technicity, not as originary but rather as the non-dialectical affirmation of difference by which he has constructed himself through technics and technology. There is no opposition here, no dualism; rather the differential affirmation of a hybrid becoming, a productive becoming other immanent to the technicity of his being.

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    Claire Colebrook Reply:

    You had me at “steam tractors”

    I’ll bet you say that to all the girls

    “Part of the scene before them seemed to expand. Where one of the flotation machines had been there was a dim lattice of crystals, growing more shadowy and insubstantial as it swelled; then darkness; then a dazzle of faint prismatic light-tiny complexes in a vast three-dimensional array, growing steadily bigger.”

    Damon Knight (“Beyond the Barrier”)

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  • collen ryan Says:

    heres a laugh, the producers of broadways 1984-” Our job is not to let our own political ideology get in the way of Orwell.

    “It’s a classic not because it’s an attack on a potential futuristic socialist government and not because it’s an attack on a right-wing totalitarian stripping away of rights. It’s about that doublethink of carrying contradictory thoughts simultaneously.”

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  • collen ryan Says:

    NYT:
    Subway ridership has risen dramatically since the 1990s, when about four million people used the system each day. Now it’s nearly six million riders each day — the highest level since the 1940s. Those extra riders are cramming onto a system that is essentially the same size it has been for decades.

    I am often if not usually the only white person on a packed NYC subway car if its before 630 am until it gets into manhattan. some of these niggers and spics have affirmative action jobs and actually go to work.Of course the rest of the family is collecting welfare and still asleep and pay no taxes but they dont understand all that and see themselves as productive citizens. This is a big part of the Potemkin state the facade of productivity that the talented tenth nigger citizens create not only the above and the lawsuit pension system and thefact that they are incompetant of even blue collar work and are displacing those who are and the iimense social costs that translate into hard cash at interest costs but the lost opportunity cost for the actually talented white apologists like Nick Land who could be doing something useful instead of razzle dazzle obfuscation. I have yet to see anyone do a really thorough analysis of the true costs of divershity.pun intended. I am confident if we whites had expended the effort and treasure we have spent on niggers the past 75 years could have moved mars into near earth orbit and terraformed it. Literally. Not only for instance is the cost of military police and courts mostly to do nigger control most of the whte crime could have been reduced to swiss levels of white crime if divershitty diddnt complicate the matter.The same in the civil system, dont even get me started on the healthcare education manufacturing. If not for niggers we would have lost our manufacturing to asia. But probably the worst is the lost opportunity, how many bright whites are teaching niggers to write their names and slants to do maths and spics how to use a shovel, how many are economists journalists scientists polititians NGO civil servants academics techs and business etc etc etc whose main job is to make non whites seem almost human to other whites? The trillion a year the us alone spends on welfare despite being about the same amount they indebt themselves is a fraction of the true redistribution that goes on, what is the lost cost of all that wealth year in year out.what would the value to the owners of formerly white nations be to have their nations back the reduction in crowding overhead natural resources inflation etc, or conversely when room was made for productive civilized whites. Its fucking staggering most whites have little interaction with the average nigger by which i mean non white, I have had a lifetime of close contact you have no idea the schemes and scams that a way of life for niggers the frauds that entire neighborhoods are well aware of the system of spreading these frauds to the community whether they are to defraud the healthcare, tax collection, insurance, their employers, unions, immigration, government, civil courts everything they touch becomes a target and they are all in on it to some degree a degree that would stagger you if you suddenly came into the knowledge ive acquired over decades living and working in slums.Most whites only meet niggers that were able to get into university or an affirmative action job and only then you see them in the white world context not when they are relaxed in their world. you also dont see how whites are displaced by this because those whites either find other places at reduced compensation and grin and bear it or they fall through the cracks or are simply dying slowly in small towns elites could care less about until election time.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    https://youtu.be/2fEnif76IQ4

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    collen ryan Reply:

    I think it was here I commented not long ago nigger killing is only permitted if you can afford to haveit outsourced.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    Collen Ryan: “I am often if not usually the only white person on a packed NYC subway car if its before 630 am until it gets into manhattan…”

    Excellent! Then everything is going as planned….

    Nations must be abolished and borders must disappear.

    The future citizen will be a Citizen of the World, a cosmopolitan — and he will be free to travel wherever he wants without a passport, work wherever he wants, and live wherever he wants.

    Indiscriminate race-mixing will be the norm, leading to the eventual extinction of individual races.

    Racial discrimination and disparity of IQs will be a thing of the past when everyone is a low IQ mongrel

    And stupid goyim, would you like to guess who will be the spiritual aristocrats ruling over this low-IQ Eurasian–Negroid race of the future?

    Look at these stats:

    PERCENTAGE OF WHITES IN AMERICA

    1920 : 90% White
    1930 : 90% White (no change)
    1940 : 90% White (no change)
    1950 : 90% White (no change)

    Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 Hart-Celler Act

    1965 : 89% White (1% less white)
    1970 : 87% White (2% less white)
    1980 : 83% White (6% less white)
    1990 : 76% White (7% less white)
    2000 : 72% White (4% less white)
    2010 : 68% White (4% less white)
    2015 : 61% White (7% less white)

    CHANGE FROM 1950 : 32% less white

    Note: Senator Jacob Javits played a leading role in the Hart-Celler Act. And Javits is one of us, a spiritual aristocrat who previously authored an essay in 1951 entitled “Let’s open the gates”

    Sound familiar?

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    Machine is such a fitting word. But it is reified. It’s just a cyber-physical system. Older than 2.000 years. Controlled mechanisms are as old as civilization.

    Its etymology gives a wider usedge. That of power.

    The world is a machine in this sense.

    So are we. Powers within

    powers within

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    Claire Colebrook Reply:

    G. Eiríksson Says: “The world is a machine in this sense…”

    Baudrillard on photography:

    “At a given moment, I capture a light, a colour disconnected from the rest of the world. I myself am only an absence in them”.

    “Consider the way the camera is used now.

    Its possibilities are no longer those of the subject who “reflects” the world according to his personal vision; rather, they are the possibilities of the lens, as exploited by the object.

    The camera is thus a machine that vitiates all will, erases all intentionality and leaves nothing but the pure reflex needed to take pictures. Looking itself disappears without a trace, replaced by a lens now in collusion with the object – and hence with an inversion of vision.”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Its possibilities are no longer those of the subject who “reflects” the world according to his personal vision; rather, they are the possibilities of the lens, as exploited by the object.

    I think his frenchness overtook him. It’s the subject that adjust or configures the lense, or replaces it, or constructs it.

    This is always the same pseudo-transhumanist trope of attributing intention to sticks and stones, now with gasoline or electricity.

    Often seen on this very site.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    People who have an “old fashioned” understanding of capital, best check out « Capital As Power », linked to by Nick, incidentally, elsewhere

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    Rothsteinberg here

    As we watch the white race being exterminated, don’t think we are rejoicing or unmoved by this tragedy

    Our hearts are not made of stone. To prove it, we’re planning a monument in your honor. One final tribute.

    It should be modeled after Jeb Bush. Unless you prefer John Kasich, eating a foot-long hoagie?

    Or Erick Erickson, with his chin linked directly to his chest?

    There will be a plaque underneath the monument with these words:

    “For all the wars you fought on our behalf, for all you’ve sacrificed in the name of multiculturalism, diversity, and antiracism, we think it just to render this last tribute, an homage which itself will one day disappear, buried beneath the sands of time, unless low IQ mongrels tear it down first

    But it is necessary that this tribute be made, if only once.

    This monument is dedicated to the white race

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    collen ryan Reply:

    all kidding aside I think whites are going to get fed up with jews again pretty soon its really hard to not notice, I find everyone notices they just try and not think about it but as things continue to slide they will think about it and its going to be just too easy to look at who is running academia media finance and govt etc I think if that happens the wasps will throw them under the bus rather than risk sharing their fate.Whats so perplexing is why they didnt learn after that last time its as if someone made a study of what what a bad idea and they deliberately set out to break every rule. Is it arrogance are they simply genetically programmed to be this way until some group finally really wipes them off the face of the planet. They are really blind in a lot of ways socially it could be they really cant see it

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    Wagner Reply:

    The only true way to refute the Old Testament is to liquidate the chosen people.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Hey Mike

    http://imgur.com/a/meiGo

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    collen ryan Reply:

    That was a pretty good movie forget the name.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    That’s amazing.

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  • Claire Colebrook Says:

    @ Collen Ryan & Wagner

    1n 1940, with Britain near collapse and the armies of Hitler everywhere triumphant, French writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline (the author of Journey to the End of Night and Death on the Installment Plan) made an astonishing prophecy of disaster to Lucien Rebatet, a fellow pro-German who had come to him for advice and encouragement. What he received was a terrible letdown.

    Céline told him: “The Germans have lost the war.” Rebatet describes his own reaction:

    I looked at him stupefied. What had happened to him? This was around October 12 or 15 (1940). The most unbridled Gaullists would have been staggered by such a statement, as would even Churchill himself.

    “No kidding…What makes you think that?” [Rebatet asked] They blew it [Céline replied] and us with them. In wars like this an army that doesn’t bring a revolution with it is all washed up. The Krauts have had it.

    Céline was appalled by the accommodations that Germans had made with the French system and French society. In a letter to Jean Lestandi, he wrote, “In order to recreate France it would have to be rebuilt entirely on racist-communal foundations.”

    Since the Germans were doing little in that direction, he believed their occupation was too complacent. They were overwhelmed by French food, French wine, French women and café society. The Germans would never win enough friends among the French poor and working classes to achieve a lasting victory because they accomplished nothing revolutionary.

    Céline desired a total cleansing, a complete shakeout. When he realized the German army was disposed to do no such thing, he was certain they would lose.

    After a December 1941 meeting between Céline and the Prussian officer and novelist, Ernst Jünger, the latter reported:

    He [Céline] says how surprised and stupefied he is that we soldiers do not shoot, hang, exterminate the Jews….”If the Bolsheviks were in Paris, they’d show you how to go about it; they’d show you how one purifies a population, neighborhood by neighborhood, house by house.”

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    Wagner Reply:

    *rubs hands together* Here are some things to make your blood boil, Roth:

    http://imgur.com/a/XmZHx

    “As he unfastened his own belt, Baynes said, ‘Mr. Lotze, I have never told anyone this. I am a Jew. Do you understand?’
    Lotze stared at him piteously.
    ‘You would not have known,’ Baynes said, ‘because I do not in any physical way appear Jewish; I have had my nose altered, my large greasy pores made smaller, my skin chemically lightened, the shape of my skull changed. In short, physically I cannot be detected. I can and have often walked in the highest circles of Nazi society. No one will ever discover me. And–’ He paused, standing close, very close to Lotze and speaking in a low voice which only Lotze could hear. ‘And there are others of us. Do you hear? We did not die. We still exist. We live on unseen.’
    After a moment Lotze stuttered, ‘The Security Police —’
    ‘The SD can go over my record,’ Baynes said. ‘You can report me. But I have very high connections. Some of them are Aryan, some are other Jews in top positions in Berlin. Your report will be discounted, and then, presently, I will report you. And through these same connections, you will find yourself in Protective Custody.’ He smiled, nodded and walked up the aisle of the ship, away from Lotze, to join the other passengers.
    Everyone descended the ramp, onto the cold, windy field. At the bottom, Baynes found himself once more momentarily near Lotze. ‘In fact,’ Baynes said, walking beside Lotze, ‘I do not like your looks, Mr. Lotze, so I think I will report you anyhow.’ He strode on, then, leaving Lotze behind.”

    Philip K. Dick, The Man in the High Castle

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    Wagner Reply:

    http://imgur.com/a/UJ7zp

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    Claire Colebrook Reply:

    blood boil? why?

    You’ve got it wrong, I would’ve reported Lotze as well

    And in my comment above I was expressing my admiration for Céline, perhaps the greatest writer of the 20th century

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    Claire Colebrook Reply:

    I meant I would’ve reported the Jew.

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    collen ryan Reply:

    But what about the half jews and the jew wives and husbands it seems the less jewish they are the more dangerous

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  • Wagner Says:

    These goyim don’t understand compassion! Something in their souls is rotten. What they need is… animal sacrifice! Wait, never mind, we erased that from our perfect book.

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    Accelelarpationist

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ‘Mechanical necessity’ is not a fact. It is we who have interpreted it into what happens.

    — sayeth FW Nietzsche

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