Posts Tagged ‘Neoreaction’

Sentences (#91)

Broken on Twitter, but containing far too much insight into traumatic discrimination disorder to leave there:

NRx and Alt Right share just about one thing in common, but because that thing is “hating the media” the media naturally can’t tell them apart.

(Sentence unchanged, but glued back together, with one semiotic shortcut — “bc” for “because” — edited up into English)

For historical reference, this was the occasion.

February 11, 2017admin 51 Comments »
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Twitter cuts (#111)

2017 comes at you fast.

February 8, 2017admin 36 Comments »
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Moron bites (#19)

Have to plug in a link to this (at Columbia) for history’s sake.

“We have edited this post, because the original tone of the post was inappropriate for the severity of its content.”

The comment thread turns into a dark irony envelopment exercise some time before its end. (Digressive sub-question: When was it exactly that irony become exclusively and bitingly right-wing?)

ADDED: “The Dark Enlightenment doesn’t even have good memes.”

December 14, 2016admin 35 Comments »
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Sentences (#84)


The reason neocameralism makes sense is that joint-stock companies basically work.

(Read the whole thing — of course.)

December 12, 2016admin 13 Comments »
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This isn’t something XS has done before, but it seems necessary to do it now. Here (from October last year) is an anticipation of where this blog finds itself right now. Perhaps NRx was from the beginning part of the Cathedral funeral process.

Some serious adjustment is called for. An enemy that can suffer a defeat this stupendous clearly isn’t a radically intimidating adversary. We can already see beyond it. The conflict has moved on.

My current (uncertain) take: The regime analyzed by classical NRx has descended into a deeply morbid state. Things will get worse for it, perhaps catastrophically, more quickly than we yet imagine, in a cascade of collapse. All the trends that count against it are still strengthening, in many case exponentially. It would be an analytical error to remain fixated upon its corpse.

Demotism is, of course, undefeated (perhaps even temporarily reinforced). The Cathedral, however, appears mortally wounded. This year was — quite plausibly — its 1989.

ADDED: To be a little clearer, it isn’t really 1989, it’s 1517. The quasi-universal authority of a church died (as a result of techonomic media innovation, among other factors).

November 15, 2016admin 136 Comments »

Twitter cuts (#83)

September 1, 2016admin 19 Comments »
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Chaos Patch (#125)

(Open thread + links)

NRx and the Alt-Right (1, 2).
Exit as white flight. The submission option. Organizational intelligence. An epic NRx discussion (starts here). New blogs. Nihilism (the book). The (most recent) weekly round, plus outliers.

What Hillary did (1, 2, 3, 4). Some of the best Alt-Right commentary (1, 2, 3), and some of the most dismal (1, 2, 3, 4). Some additional primers (1, 2, 3, 4). The Amerika take (1, 2, 3). The SPLC does its thing. The Alt-Right discussed by Stefan Molyneux and Vox Day (video). Taylor and Spencer profiles. In the lion’s den. Pepe is the GOP now. Scraps (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7). WN distress by the numbers.

Trumpenführer panic report (1, 2, 3, 4). This one is actually well done. A death rattle from mainstream media. Trumpism transcends Trump. Who are these people? The baby-eating story was exaggerated. Deep history of the Muslim thing. A Trump miscellany (1, 2, 3).

Distinguishing the left from progressivism. (From the Left) “There is no such thing as neoliberalism.” How libertarians lost it. Wisconsin goes to shit.

Death by pooling (plus).

How democracy dies in France, taking the EU with it. Germany’s agony. An open letter to the Ukraine. Project Fear was bullshit (1, 2). The Islamic nightmare (1, 2, 3).

Death by Facebook. Soc-media Islamophobia is awful. Troll terror at Time (1, 2). My sides (plus). News management. Survival through anonymity (plus). The Cuck (seriously). Haidt is always worth listening to.

Leftist Race Politics never stops. Edgy. “If [HR departments] really cared, they would take a leaf from agricultural geneticists.” The campus race-revolution marches on. Quaklity liberal torture on race (1, 2). The dysgenic motor. This is more interesting than it looks. Patrilineages. Deep bias. Race realism (1, 2). Cargo cult pedagogy. Why HBD?

Going Sicilian on Zika. Fun with DNA.

Caesium clocks. Physics is broken (?).

China pushes the limits (relevant). Cryptic. This couldn’t possibly be dangerous. Bad bots.

Limits of falsifiability.

August 31, 2016admin 111 Comments »
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Twitter cuts (#81)

Sometimes shouting is necessary (or, at least, understandable).

August 25, 2016admin 78 Comments »
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‘Absolutist neoreaction’ seems to think its techno-commercialist enemies (and I think it’s fair to say, XS in particular) will have some kind of fundamental problem with this:

The history of ideas is the history of the resources behind them (which has some overlap with the base superstructure of Marxism) but that this is augmented and overridden by the action of Power, and power centres in both unified, and un-unified political structures.

If there is some determined attempt to separate Power™ from techno-economic capability, then incomprehension is probable. (But no one could possibly be suggesting anything that preposterous, surely?)

To ignore the historical association of power disintegration with the emergence of self-propelling techonomic competences also looks like a serious blindness. Capitalism hatched in Europe because Europe was broken. Keeping the world broken seems similarly indissociable from the survival of capitalistic historical momentum, and breaking it more profoundly is the route to capital intensification. Perhaps that’s the argument we’re having (not that such arguments matter much).

The Idea that unified power is the reliable principle of social competence is ethno-historically French. That is where it has worked its magic since the epoch of the Sun King. Under sufficiently dismal circumstances, the RF analysis might catch on there.

August 19, 2016admin 38 Comments »
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Chaos Patch (#124)

(Open thread + links)
Late, straggly … chaotic.

Dark reformulation (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). Secrets of sex. Holiness (plus). Dampier interviewed. Consequences. Decolonization. Loose women. Leftist lies (1, 2). Daily Moldbug. The weekly round, and outliers.

Libertarian insight and blindness, plus the border question. What the Alt-Right gets right (also). American Nazis today. Ideological rotation. Equality and madness. The persistence of bad ideas. Dugin on Junger. New Man.

Against Edenism. Christianity and the current crisis. Why we can’t talk about Islam (like this, or this). Peace propaganda. Catholics against ethno-nationalism (or not, plus). Citadel at the Orthosphere.

Gold facts. Debt trapped.

Borders matter. Insecurity make-work. Racialized anarcho-tyranny and political polarization (1, 2, 3). “It would be nice if policemen didn’t tend to be divas who sulk and slack off when political leaders demonize cops as racist murderers and encourage black rage, but that’s the way they are.”

“If there were a contest for the most stupid idea in politics, my choice would be the assumption that people would be evenly or randomly distributed in incomes, institutions, occupations or awards, in the absence of somebody doing somebody wrong.”

Geopolitics of shale. Forked Europe. The Far Right’s recruiters. Death of the French Republic (plus). Jews in Sweden (and Amerika, 1, 2). Catalonia votes to split. Ebb-tide of globalism. “What is wrong with 2016? When will it be over?” Luanda tumbles.

Trumpenführer panic report (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7). Forgotten men. Racialization of American politics. Quiet. The peace and post-constitutional candidate. “… there is in fact a good argument that Trump is Hitler” (plus 1, 2). Trump voters. Fair and balanced. Trump is right on NATO and on crime. What Krugman did. Awkward questions. McMullin.

Poor whites. Rough stuff. What’s wrong with Hillary?

Apocalypse Corner (1, 2, 3).

Race and ideology. French dysgenics. The IQ taboo. Chinese super-baby watch.

Evolution of general intelligence. Kin markers. Mass extinctions.

“Nature, it turns out, doesn’t like to be told what’s presumably natural.”

Scalable technology is the key to historical change. Schism today. The Ethereum hard fork. What Intel does. The Tesla Gigafactory. AI on the way (plus). WeChat. Back-up people. The Internet breaks things up.

Beauty as compression. Iceworm exposed. The Collatz conjecture.

[There’s still more in the in-tray …]

August 10, 2016admin 69 Comments »
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