Thiel’s NPC Speech

For the historical record.

ADDED: The NYT comments.

ADDED: And (MUCH more intelligently), at The National Interest.

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    Libertarianism is a reaction to liberalism: “Sure, you can be liberal, but do not force us to be liberal.” And yet, with government power, that too is violated.

    Thiel makes the case for something else. He wants a realist in power. He is afraid of the ideologues. So far, he is impressing me with his candor and sense.

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    SVErshov Reply:

    #Libertarianism is a reaction to liberalism
    it is rather reflection, reaction is close combat. libertanians do not have guts for it. that differentiate them from anarchists.

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    michael Reply:

    i think enlightenment america et al was libertarianism [classical liberalism]. later libertarianism per se was to draw a distinction between leftism and old liberalism and hopefully a compromise or borders; leftism having cleverly pwnd much libertarianism/old liberalism memes the distinction became necessary.
    libertarianism like conservatism and capitalism and christianity underestimates both HBD and the willingness of leftism to fight by any means necessary to win.Over the centuries each have appeased leftism to their eventual regret.

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    SVErshov Reply:

    all of them are useless, because they are always late. you cannot allow perception and implementation delays happens while driving car. if assumption is that some political views can generate a better plan, then this ‘betterness’ diminish if that plan is not implemented on time, and it never did. difference between all those political systems purely theoretical.

    Wagner Reply:

    I’m not able to disentangle libertarians from libertines. Anyone who’s read the Marquis de Sade knows that some human desires are heinous and macabre. Unleashing them “as long as they don’t harm anyone else” is complicit with the sordid worm that lurks in every human brain, and it is “fringe” for a reason. Chesterton’s fence, Horace’s pitchfork, etc. If you think there’s nothing wrong with delivering a cleveland steamer since the recipient has issued “consent” you need to be locked up.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    my goy, wouldn´t it be better to know (as we do increasingly) who has these dis-positions? rather than keeping it under lock and key, cloak and dagger, where your best mate or your daughter´s husband might be one such fellow, who now, because you forced everybody to be naughty in secret: takes a dump on your daughter´s chest without anyone but them knowing! and then shakes your hand at dinner, smiling.

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    michael Reply:

    i get the concern about individual freedom and libertine as a former libertine probably better than most and while i dont pretend to a complete theorem ill say that its one of the cruxs of the problem, we used to use baroch social structure to police discretionally things like wife beating and faggotry obviously not the most objective or just of systems but it made allowance the left sought to legalize it all in the two examples sometimes one way sometimes another in any case we can imagine situations where we would want harsher or more lenient than the law permits. I think a little libertine is good i think normalizing for the masses is deadly. i think that is very hard to design rationally. we are commenting on a post about Theil shall we stone him to death? anne coulters a slut what yoa think guys. Im sure we can all think of examples of libertines dangerous thinkers etc that we personally would spare yet not quite want to encourage emulation. Culture is good for this civilization it both makes alowances by being able to appeal to other aspects of the culture for special pleadings yet enforces a non legal behavior ethic. but its hard we lost it as we tried to scale the serf classes into it as they joined us.of course some subversives helped that tremendously.and time is a factor a long lived culture is going to have to learn more than once why war is too be avoided then why war is to be not shirked why too much libertine is corrupt why none is stagnant a great society can stretch out the cycles maybe barely notice

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    Wagner Reply:

    “Victor … was Andy [Warhol]’s ghost pisser on the Oxidations. He would come to the Factory to urinate on canvases that had already been primed with copper-based paint by Andy or Ronnie Cutrone, a second ghost pisser much appreciated by Andy, who said that the vitamin B that Ronnie took made a prettier color when the acid in the urine turned the copper green. Did Andy ever use his own urine? My diary shows that when he first began the series, in December 1977, he did, and there were many others: boys who’d come to lunch and drink too much wine, and find it funny or even flattering to be asked to help Andy ‘paint’. Andy always had a little extra bounce in his walk as he led them to his studio.”

    Wagner Reply:

    Oh and you know what Girard says about stoning…

    “Why is [the first stone] most difficult to throw? Because it is the only one without a model… Once the first stone is thrown, the second comes fairly fast, thanks to the example of the first; the third comes more quickly still because it has two models rather than one, and so on. As the models multiply, the rhythm of the stoning accelerates.”

    Wagner Reply:

    But you know what, since I’m the resident Straussian, if Thiel slid MOLDBUG a briefcase full of Benjamins his libertarianism is a mask.

    Wagner Reply:

    resident non-crypto Straussian anyway. O you pesky scoundrels lay your cards on the table!

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    at least you´re not a crypto-cuck.

    michael Reply:

    @

    Lol Ill tell you a funny story speaking of sade and cutrone.
    i really shouldn’t ,its about 92 and Im at an AA party at a restaurant bar called lucky strike in Soho owned by a couple crazy irish brothers i knew from the day my then wife I had wearing a leather bustier and a spiked dog collar and leash it might have been Halloween or i was just being mischievous Ronnie [cutrone] being the little sex addict he is, asks my wife once a principle in a NY dance co if I spanked her without missing a beat she in her little girl voice “says only when Im bad” which was true actually.
    Probably half the downtown NY art music scene from the 60s-80s was there and sober and despite theier pasts were leaning from hard experience pretty reactionarty at least in some ways. the rest were dead.
    But truth be told Im not sure if Warhol would get a pass or a stoning he sort of gave the abstract[ CIA funded] art world a trumping though didnt he? I have moments when i regret the niggerization of our culture and trace it back to fuckin ragtime or shall we blame it on that bastard cromwell and his scottts irish other times I can still appreciate a pretty broad spectrum of deviant art, its the mainstreaming of it that both corrodes the culture and cheapens its artistic value i keep yawning at my daughter’s attempts to shock me and explain to her if everything is subversive nothing is – well we are
    I think probably the old system was best deviancy is technically illegal if youre otherwise productive discrete and dont corrupt others particularly you we pretend not to notice until you step over the line. There may be times when we are more or less strict Milo is indeed useful as a gateway drug the left is not inoculated against at the same time he should be kept at arms length.

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    Wagner Reply:

    True, NRx is a strain of deviant art.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    what do you have instead of NRx, Wagner?

    Wagner Reply:

    Seasteading, more like manmade buttsex island

    Wagner Reply:

    I am pleased to announce gentlemen that last night I snapped my laptop in half over my knee. And you cyber nerds are weaklings.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    not so different from a nigga then are u

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    Didn’t Thiel bankroll Moldbug on something related to tech? (I’m not sure of the details.)

    If so, there is one remove between Trump and Moldbug. Is that what Doubhat was getting at in his tweet earlier in the year?

    Ok, nerd reference: does anyone get the feeling that Trump might be the Cathedral’s Mule?

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    Paul Warkin Reply:

    http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/06/peter-thiel.html

    “Mencius Moldbug (real name Curtis Yarvin), the “founder” of neoreaction, is a Bay Area programmer whose start-up, Urbit, is backed by Thiel”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    of course Trump is working for/with the same pals as all the other presidents. Kissinger, Brzezinski, et al. he´s not going against the military industrial complex or anything, he´s just the latest professional speaker who knows exactly what to say for the zeitgeist, to keep the machine going. they always select the one that is the easiest sell of the military-industrial machine to the peoples. who can most easily sell the continuing wars.

    they typically chose ‘opposites’ to relieve pressures. Bush vs Obama, Obama vs Trump. blue vs red. black vs white.

    managed democracy is a cathartic play.

    Gentlemen, please. There has been enough fighting between the Blue Demes for one Session. Senator Melissenos, if you do not wish to support naval reforms, then I will understand. I wish for us to stand together, but I will not punish those who think differently. My father was a Blue Deme since the creation of the Factions, but he still sided with the Red Demes on certain issues. If we punished those who sided against their Faction on a single matter, then the Factions would be empty. I have explained to members of the Reds and Whites the perks of working with the Blue Demes now, and I am certain all of my fellow Blue Demes know my thoughts by now.

    Byzantium: Church, Society, and Civilization Seen Through …
    Deno John Geanakoplos – 1984 – ‎Byzantine Empire
    Democratai [The two demarchs, supervisors of the Green and Blue Demes (see below, selection 181).]

    https://youtu.be/H_2E0RxVHH4?t=6m07s

    byzantinium

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    michael Reply:

    yes I have thought possibly he is,and i just responded in another thread to someone else who also did but its a rabbit hole is he supposed to win or lose is he the cathedral or is there an anti-cathedral deep state as well. maybe clinton just pissed off the FBI and Asagn and is going to pay the price. any way we ought to resist the emotional temptation of a trump win strategically she our gal

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    YOU DIDN´T TAKE SO WELL TO IT FIRST WHEN I SUGGESTING IT NOW A PICTURE IS BEGINNING TO FORM IN UR MIND!

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    michael Reply:

    I dont recall that, I have certainly enjoyed the trump show all along and think his Kristallnacht on the Overton windows and exposing the cuck gop was a mans work and he deserves credit even though he did it inadvertently.until the first debate i held out some hope that his billions might be proof he secretly was smart as scott adams Ch Jim etc think but i was very skeptical he could be so brilliant an actor.. the first debate was enough to confirm he was what he has always seemed and if he has billions his jews made them for him.

    I think him being a Manchurian candidate is not really likely though a few days ago i thought maybe possible, to think it really requires quite a conspiracy and a lot of credit to cathedral. If i had to bet Id say no hes what he seems an extraordinarily lucky buffoon. If the cathedral had a candidate it was Hillary which shows how stupid they are if they are not stupid and also can pick an opponent to lose it wouldn’t be trump. My conspiracy theory if you must know was along the lines of UNZ theory that people that the deep state has the goods on are put up so they can be controlled; McCain Obama Clinton Bush are all known to have bad skeletons so trump might also fit this I suppose the theory goes they have one on each side just in case they lose control of the narrative. If they are that good they deserve to rule and probably have reason for leftism going viral our tiny brains cant fathom.I doubt that i think they are a paper tiger that could easilly be taken. if youre into conspiracies as most nazis are theres a guy claims he and his fellow spies are waging 4g war on clinton to save america

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    ▬>”very skeptical he could be so brilliant an actor”

    acting is essential to dealmaking.

    ’tis called pitching.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    excuse me, it´s essential to greedy “deal”making, not honest dealmaking.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >”theres a guy claims he and his fellow spies are waging 4g war on clinton to save america”

    what guys it that then, if ye woulde linke?

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    anyway, i din´t say Trump is a part of the Leftie-PC Cathedral — i said he´s working for/with the military-industrial complex, which obviously includes the Intelligence hierarchy, the policy archons, the Religions & Orders demons, and what else you have in the deep—O, so very deep—State.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aDmtK17gN4

    a very good evening to you, Sir.

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    michael Reply:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov5kvWSz5LM -for humorous purposes only, what i found interesting was i found this through a drudge link in huge block type then saw looked at the google analytics and was immediately trending, this guy seems to have some stste ties but hes a bit of a alex jones blogger it seems my guess hes doing a little 4g and better hope they have a sense of humour about being dragged into his little joke. that said i think theres a fair amount of deep state types that are good people and could be recruited if done right and we had some thing to recruit to
    I am certainly in favor and have said so of creating our own inteligence agency or pwning theres and findiing out exactly what the deal is speculating is just fun and games.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    we are our own intelligence agency. decentralized. anonymous.

    should we have real spooks? most definitely.

    do we have real spooks? spooky if true.

    oh, that link was already in my mentions.

    so, i´ll tell you what´s going on. there´s a narrative. central to power is managing the narrative, ask Lenin and Stalin. they´re real guys. flesh n blood. w/ real writings.

    so, conspiracy theory has become a huge force in the popular mind. the Internet is a big player in that, but also newspapers have been reporting on conspiracies since their inception. conspiracy theory is as old as man, and has been in the media since the media started. e.g. Protestant conspiracy theories about the Papacy. many of them true. to counter that the Papacy set up its own agents, da Jesuits.

    sounds spooky. if true. lol

    so in a managed democracy, what you always do is put forward two main candidates which represent the opposite sites of some opportune matters. asset Obama was a representative of the zeitgeist of his era. Trump is to relieve the pressure that had been building up in the hillbilly-conspiracy prone populus. what that zeitgeist passes over, it´ll be something else. it´s an art and a science. PR is one side of it. in a wide sense. Bernays.

    Bush Jr. represented a zeitgeist in action then.

    this all is mostly in da US n Britain. in places like Italy, it wasn´t as managed and was far more chaotic. assassinations and radical groups were more common. but Berlusconi or w/e his name is got it under heel.

    the science of ruling is one and the same for all of history, in its fundamentals. studying it is thus called Political Science.

    Political Science is a fancier name for conspiracy theory. because man has never been able to have politics without conspiracies.

    he can´t even run corporations without conspiracies. politics.

    zoo politicus. this shit is already in Shakespear. Richard the III.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    controlled opposition is spooky if true.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    https://youtu.be/vdmRdw0PtA0
    Published Nov 1, 2016
    Counter-Coup

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    they keep removing the parts about the US of A from this article, but

    ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
    >▬ Counterintelligence state (sometimes also called intelligence state, securocracy or spookocracy) is a state where state security service penetrates and permeates all societal institutions including the military.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] The term has been applied by historians and political commentators to the former Soviet Union, the former German Democratic Republic, Iraq under Saddam Hussein, the United States, especially after the Global surveillance disclosures and post-Soviet Russia under Vladimir Putin.

    According to a definition, “The counterintelligence state is characterized by the presence of a large, elite force acting as a watchdog of a security defined as broadly that the state must maintain an enormous vigilance and enforcement apparatus… This apparatus is not accountable to the public and enjoys immense police powers… Whether the civilian government is able to control the security bodies is an open question; indeed the civilian government is so penetrated by the apparatus that there is no clear distinction between the two.”[4]
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    A “Law on Foreign Intelligence” adopted in August 1992 provided conditions for penetration by former KGB officers to all levels of the government and economy, since it stipulated that “career personnel may occupy positions in ministries, departments, establishments, enterprises and organizations in accordance with the requirements of this law without compromising their association with foreign intelligence agencies.”[10] “All big companies have to put people from the security services on the board of directors… and we know that when Lubyanka calls, they have to answer them”, said a Russian banker [1]. A current FSB colonel explained that “We must make sure that companies don’t make decisions that are not in the interest of the state” [2] [3].

    Olga Kryshtanovskaya, director of the Moscow-based Center for the Study of Elites, has found in the beginning of the 2000s that up to 78% of 1,016 leading political figures in post-Soviet Russia have served previously in organizations affiliated with the KGB or FSB.[11] She said: “If in the Soviet period and the first post-Soviet period, the KGB and FSB people were mainly involved in security issues, now half are still involved in security but the other half are involved in business, political parties, NGOs, regional governments, even culture… They started to use all political institutions.”[11]

    “Under Russian Federation President and former career foreign intelligence officer Vladimir Putin, an ‘FSB State’ composed of chekists has been established and is consolidating its hold on the country. Its closest partners are organized criminals. In a world marked by a globalized economy and information infrastructure, and with transnational terrorism groups utilizing all available means to achieve their goals and further their interests, Russian intelligence collaboration with these elements is potentially disastrous.”, said politologist Julie Anderson.[10][12]

    Historian Yuri Felshtinsky compared takeover of Russian state by siloviks with an imaginary scenario of Gestapo coming to power in Germany after World War II. He noted a fundamental difference between the secret police and ordinary political parties, even totalitarian ones, such as the Soviet Communist Party. The Russian secret police organizations used to various violent active measures. Hence, according to Felstinsky, they killed Alexander Litvinenko and directed Russian apartment bombings and other terrorism acts in Russia to frighten the civilian population and achieve their political objectives.[13]

    Former KGB officer Konstantin Preobrazhenskiy shares similar ideas. When asked “How many people in Russia work in FSB?”, he replied: “Whole country. FSB owns everything, including Russian Army and even own Church, the Russian Orthodox Church… Putin managed to create new social system in Russia” [4].

    “Vladimir Putin’s Russia is a new phenomenon in Europe: a state defined and dominated by former and active-duty security and intelligence officers. Not even Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, or the Soviet Union – all undoubtedly much worse creations than Putins government – were as top-heavy with intelligence talent”, said intelligence expert Marc Gerecht.[14]

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

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    >Totalitarian democracy is a term popularized by Israeli historian J. L. Talmon to refer to a system of government in which lawfully elected representatives maintain the integrity of a nation state whose citizens, while granted the right to vote, have little or no participation in the decision-making process of the government.[1] The phrase had previously been used by Bertrand de Jouvenel[2] and E.H. Carr,[3] and subsequently by F. William Engdahl[4] and Sheldon S. Wolin.[5]

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

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Inverted totalitarianism is a term coined by political philosopher Sheldon Wolin in 2003 to describe the emerging form of government of the United States. Wolin believed that the United States is increasingly turning into an illiberal democracy, and uses the term “inverted totalitarianism” to illustrate similarities and differences between the United States governmental system and totalitarian regimes such as Nazi Germany and the Stalinist Soviet Union.[1][2][3][4] In Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco, inverted totalitarianism is described as a system where corporations have corrupted and subverted democracy and where economics trumps politics.[5] In inverted totalitarianism, every natural resource and every living being is commodified and exploited to collapse as the citizenry is lulled and manipulated into surrendering their liberties and their participation in government through excess consumerism and sensationalism.[6][7]

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

    hocus pocus!

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    i´m extremely “lazy”, but i know a lot:

    >Managerial state is a concept used in critiquing modern social democracy in Western countries. The term takes a pejorative context as a manifestation of Western decline. Theorists Samuel T. Francis and Paul Gottfried say this is an ongoing regime that remains in power, regardless of what political party holds a majority. Variations include therapeutic managerial state,[1] welfare-warfare state[2] or polite totalitarianism.[3]

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

    Wagner Reply:

    Dude if you want to talk about the deep state have you ever been to xenosystems.net? Bunch of people there posting thinking they’re Outside of the Machine and–*gets assassinated*

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    no one is outside the machine

    Wagner Reply:

    Then quit actin’ like it.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    what ever do you mean? project

    Wagner Reply:

    You’re just like Zizek, you talk about ideology while all the time BEING ideological.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    wut

    Wagner Reply:

    See, you’re doing it now.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    you think what i said about Capital is Ideology

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    that´s gnostic mumbo-jumbo, it´s been dealt with often in these comment sections. or at least a few times.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    lol, you realize Zizéks is a gnosticist? he´s a “philosophical” rock star, who wants to replace Capital with the Holy Spirit.

    he says Capital (dynamic valuating of entities & acts) is “Ideology.”

    thus you think when i say that “money being made only from money” is a myth is me spouting Ideology.

    that´s leftist-tier mate.

    it´s a revolt against the physico-logical world. Communism. he´s a Communist. he ain´t joking. he believes in absurdities. followed to his conclusion his ideas lead only to primitivism. to pre-civilization bonobocracy.

    you can´t eliminate power.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    except it ain´t the Holy Spirit, it´s some leftist parody of it as getting drunk w/ red vine and women.

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  • Wagner Says:

    “Nazism contains a great deal of reactionary wisdom, because those who created it were quite familiar with the old Continental tradition of government. However, the Nazi movement originated as a democratic political party. Thus Nazism combined the venom of democracy with the experience and efficiency of Prussia, an understandably dangerous combination.
    [Hitler] attempted to oppose democracy with its own foul arts, because he gazed into the Volk and the Volk gazed into him…” – Moldbug

    Is the Volk gazing into Trump?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Yes.

    But no worries about the “volk.” Just as military technology replaced the military grunts after WW2, with the Second Industrial Revolution, the volk has been replaced by volk-management technology.

    https://youtu.be/6ZOkoRuV1R0

    spooky if true.

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    michael Reply:

    nazis had some good points its hard to know if they had bad luck or were fatally flawed socialism pretty stupid the jew thing from my understanding was a the logistics of deporting people no one wanted overwhelmed them but i think we could do better as ive said i dont think one man rule is right for euroman nor fascism liberty and creativity seem to be part of our survival kit i realize they can be problematic we can solve problems its what we do just need to take another stab at it without the others around our neck

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  • michael Says:

    @

    Like I said to believe that you really need to go for the whole skull nd bones illuminatti elders of zion pie im not there if i was id be bombing them as should anyone who really thinks that. on the other hand moldbugs cathedral is bad enough and since he wrote it its gone full genocidal and completely openly which has made me understand why the jews never fought back no one want to believe what they see and hear

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    have you even read the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion? it´s a great plan.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    i don´t need you to believe anything tho. i know exactly what level of meme you´re at.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvAAY7UiMH8
    >Discussion of the unaccountability of the secret services, with former MI5 and MI6 officers. Live and open ended discussion programme. The official Secrets Act has received royal ascent and will become law shortly after the making of this programme. No one knows how this will work out.
    ▬▬

    my shot in the dark is that michael is an agent himself, sent here to shoot up this web-site with derailings of the discussions, a 4gw guerrilla-gorilla attack on the comment section, with a made up sob story of his daughter being raped by niggas, and endless callings for a march on Washington.

    i´ve only been amused by it myself as i conduct similar warfare from time to time.

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    michael Reply:

    dont make fun of that thing i shared thats serious and we’re supposed to be brothers.

    as for the rest
    I dont think i derail i think you’re all star struck by yarvin and cant hear anything against him the fact that i bother is testament to my respect for his work its just not the the last word it was a start well i should say if you guys can go farther its a start its been quite a while so maybe it was a still born his ideas has corollaries and precedents and so another strain of ‘reaction’ may be the one that works out.Millenial techies were not the likeliest of soil for reaction. and you are far more disruptive I may have orthogonal comments you write pages of jabberwocky poetry then volumes of I dont know what kind of reminds me of madame Blavatsky. But Im no FBI agent I have known a few and was once arreste by a few even have a second cousin probably retired My dad did go to geargetown for foreign service but he didnt end up a spook thugh my godfather did I think they never admit it but who get poisoned on a plain from africa thats not.

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    michael Reply:

    I dont mean tonight’s [posts on the deep state thats germane and a possibility

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    you know what first got me starting to be convinced of Trump being S-elected president?

    it was a song from 3 years ago, called 23 :

    I stay showin’ out, my kick game is a beast
    I got thirty pair of J’s that ain’t never been released
    Flu game twelve, Space Jam 11
    On the hype beast sick, they gon’ need a paramedic
    Turn up, turn up, turn up, I get trippy, I stay live
    All this purple in my cup, match them grape 5’s
    I’m so high, I got three bitches that go bi
    I’m so fly, I’m gettin’ head like a blow dryer

    ▬▬☻☻

    one of my favorite songs in fact: bbEoRnaOIbs

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    Wagner Reply:

    If you ever quote rap again you’re not going to like what’s going to happen to ya.

    I can just see Thiel and Land sipping gross Chinese tea in 2013–Thiel says,

    “Yarvin is a hyper-prudent CEO of Unqualified Reservations. The Jew thing–oh my god I luv Derbyshire–is not good for business.”

    Land bashfully responds,

    “I agree completely.”

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    michael Reply:

    @
    I tried to get yarvin some funding for urbit, it didnt work out but i did exchange a couple emails with the magister ludi

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    i´ll be quoting rap more often now, you brat

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    why do you think Nietzsche said we need Jewish to be the banksters of Europe?

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    Wagner Reply:

    They are the most efficient at that. If they subordinate their talent to a higher cause. If they don’t, that is where Usury enters the world. Ezra Pound speaks much more eloquently than I about the evils of money made from money.

    One of the only holes in Nietzsche’s ideology is one he couldn’t help – he didn’t live through the 20th century. We’re approaching 150 years since Nietzsche was writing, he didn’t see how many Jewish neurons would be naturally allied with Communism. What Nietzsche’s goal was in his “Good Europeanism” complot was to fuze the virtues of Europe rather than let them be guided by the quasi-virtuous, vicious Germans. That was, as history and then Strauss noted, a delusion.

    Wagner Reply:

    Sorry, what I meant to say was “money made from money *spits*”.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    This is the delusion. That money can be purely made from money. It´s a low-tier myth.

    It isn´t purely made from money, but from betting on valuables.

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  • darkreformation101 Says:

    Eiriksson is on fire tonight.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    it was the morning for me, altho it was evening. we work in the night

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  • Melanie L'Heuremaudit Says:

    Wagner: “NRx is a strain of deviant art”

    forget Warhol

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg_iJp6LAUc

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  • Melanie L'Heuremaudit Says:

    Asphalt rundown

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AmpyiR6kj8

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  • pyrrhus Says:

    Libertarians should always vote for solidity of character and lack of obvious corruption or depravity, since nothing else has a decent track record. When one of the candidates has taken hundreds of millions in bribes, used them to bribe others, and also turns out to engage in sex with children (at Epstein island), the choice should be 100% obvious. That it isn’t obvious tells us that the Libertarian is in fact the worst kind of Libertine….

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