Twitter cuts (#14)

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March 18, 2015admin 16 Comments »
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  • Twitter cuts (#14) | Neoreactive Says:

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    Posted on March 18th, 2015 at 2:50 pm Reply | Quote
  • dantealiegri Says:

    nicely done scientism.

    Also as a minor aside, I think the problem that NRx is having with ethnats is that they tend to be the lowest (traditional) IQ/g of the trike. Thoughts?


    an inanimate aluminum tube Reply:

    Well, let’s see.

    It would be impossible for neoreaction and techno-commercialism to fight, for obvious reasons.

    Neoreaction *could* fight with “theonomism” and it might look a little something like this:


    But with the exception of “theonomists” who identify as neoreactionary, there are pretty clear boundaries, so there isn’t much reason to fight, after the initial feeling out process. IE: They’re over at some religious website and you’re over at some neoreactionary website. There are a million potential beefs, but you’re not really occupying the same spaces or competing for the same market share, so it’s likely that each side will focus on feuding with other more pressing targets. There are a lot of heretics in the world for them to complain about.

    On the other hand, ethno-tribalism is a relatively large movement* (not collection of scholars), that occupies many of the same spaces (twitter, chans, some tweener websites), competes for the same demographics, promotes a very similar message with certain very important differences and is very concerned about entryism and watering down of the message. Conflict is inevitable.

    * As a political movement rather than a collection of scholars, it has a larger range of IQs, from prole all the way up to clever silly.


    Orthodox Laissez-fairist Reply:

    Awesome indeed! That description looks like someone’s trolling Mr. Shea.

    One the other note, there are far more dangerous theonomists out there, ones that do take issue with tech-comms!


    aerdeap Reply:

    “It would be impossible for neoreaction and techno-commercialism to fight, for obvious reasons.”
    Would it would be impossible for us to fight with, say, transhumanist libertarians? I might just have a confused sense of what “techno-commercialism” means.


    an inanimate aluminum tube Reply:

    Well, may I’m the one who has a confused sense of what techno-commercialism is. I was thinking of it in terms of techno-commercialism = neo-cameralism, but I guess you could say that the term should more accurately represent the entire techno-commercialist current of the surrounding society, in which case you guys do fight with them quite a bit, but it’s often unsatisfying because many would be scared to engage with some of the un-PC ideas, beyond a superficial point and shriek way.

    Peter A. Taylor Reply:

    @an inanimate aluminum tube:

    > It would be impossible for neoreaction and techno-commercialism to fight, for obvious reasons.

    I beg to differ. Techno-commercialism is too closely associated with Libertarianism, and inherits the latter’s feuds. Consider immigration policy and formalism, just to name two obvious ones. John Derbyshire writes, “Modern libertarianism (there is a bit more to say about the older kind) is in fact a geek fad, a head game for high-IQ bourgeois types.”

    Someone (Northanger??) recently wrote a piece about banning usury. His definition for “usury” was an unusually narrow one, but it didn’t set off any of my semi-libertarian allergies.


    dantealiegri Reply:


    au contraire, re: techcom: case 1: Hurlock and usury.

    I imagine NRx as the true center of the trike, the proper fusing of the 3. Everyone person who is somewhere on the triangle will have red pills that don’t go down easy.

    An Illustration: I got butt hurt a long time ago when I found out Christianity took over celebrations from the native paganism.

    I agree that ethnonat is quite large, but I would say I think theonom is larger.

    I see the issue being that because ethnonat is kind of the “people” in the old middle age trike, it is less thinking, more doing.

    Hence the fixation on the Jews. They have found something causing them pain, and rather than unrolling father, they’ve just focused all attention on that.


    grey enlightenment Reply:

    They are right that low-quality immigration leads to more welfare spending.


    SanguineEmpiricist Reply:

    Eth-nats are demoists, they have no standards other than their own ethnic group and they deny the existence of the aristocracy of any other race. The majority of eth-nats are mediocre.


    dantealiegri Reply:

    I hit the wrong Reply – my reply is below.


    Posted on March 18th, 2015 at 4:39 pm Reply | Quote
  • Twitter cuts (#14) | Reaction Times Says:

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  • dantealiegri Says:


    No that is wrong. That is too large of a brush, by far. Ethnats are really tribalists.

    The majority of everything is mediocre. MPAI as Vox would say. What NRx needs to find is the ones that aren’t just idiots, and get them to talk on things like the aristocracy of other races.


    low income low status low brow juvenile reader Reply:

    “get them to talk on things like the aristocracy of other races.”

    Flush this out for the, uh, mediocre readers.

    There are aristocrats of other races… ok… and? So what?


    Posted on March 19th, 2015 at 12:28 pm Reply | Quote
  • E. Antony Gray (@RiverC) Says:

    Raw material for the grist mill.

    1. Beat them into submission
    2. Lure them with strange knowledge
    3. Be there when the prophecies fail

    The eternal golden braid! (Godel, Escher, Bach)


    Posted on March 19th, 2015 at 2:39 pm Reply | Quote
  • bob dylan Says:

    OK this post I don’t understand a word of, or the comments.


    Posted on March 22nd, 2015 at 12:54 am Reply | Quote

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