Twitter cuts (#19)

ClarkHat on Gnon provides some classic fright-night material:



It offers plenty of Gnonological niggle points, but still …

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  • Twitter cuts (#19) | Neoreactive Says:

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  • E. Antony Gray (@RiverC) Says:

    he said niggle

    to those who expect caring, utter indifference is terror inducing. It is not so much that ‘mother nature’ eats her own, it’s that ‘she’ is indifferent as to whether or not such a thing should occur. I would guess that having been neglected by their own parents, many have sought the parentage of some ‘universal nature’ – in doing so, they create the incentive that they should be eaten to prolong negentropy.

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    OldStudent Reply:

    What was the Original Cause
    Of Frances suicide?
    She wasn’t a Predator.
    She was prey.
    Unless you can offer a diagnosis
    Of her Mental Illness.
    She was perfectly sane
    When she killed herself.

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    Brett Stevens Reply:

    Nature is nihilism.

    This is necessary for it to be utterly consistent, which is the only fairness, really, even if it does not result in guaranteed equal outcomes.

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    The Index Reply:

    Nature is indeed nihilism, to the point that the ‘ism’ morpheme should fall off.

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    Erebus Reply:

    Yes. This has even been formalized. The Second Law of Thermodynamics is, in itself, an ironclad proof of the existence of Gnon. It paints a stark picture of the utter annihilation which awaits all matter. Gnon prefers stable forms, after all, and what could possibly be more stable than a thoroughly homogenized universe?

    Physics aside, Schopenhauer has also written beautifully on the subject. (And many other subjects which are frequently discussed here.)

    forkinhell Reply:

    Come on… NRx is becoming an almighty yawn. I sort of agree with The Index but still, it’s a bit clever-dicky and academic as opposed to communicative. And Erebus:

    The Second Law of Thermodynamics is, in itself, an ironclad proof of the existence of Gnon.

    Well, no shit. Read through the notion of Gnon again. Curiously our Laws of Nature accord. Well, I’ll be. Why not go all out to out-do ZeroHedge: On a long enough timeline the survival rate for Infinity drops to Zero (Yes!).

    There are things that are seriously confused about ClarkHat’s original tweets. Rather than focus on back-patting and demonstrating how brave we all are to be able to confront a reality no mere mortal would dare peek at, why don’t you all engage in some constructive critique and refinement?

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    The Index Reply:

    There may have been a miscommunication here. I agree that onanistic self-congratulation gets us nowhere and for me that is part of the point of Gnon.

    Here’s a video that’s never boring. Is Bezmenov NRx-approved?

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

    forkinhell Reply:

    I don’t know if he’s NRx-approved, but I’m 18mins in and, fag-break excepted, heading back for more.

    Chris B Reply:

    @ This isn’t going to get the “the Russian commies are the cause of all this” faggotry started again. The subversion was two ways. The Cold war can really only be seen as two leftwing empires attacking each other’s populations with serious overlap between the elites.

    Peter A. Taylor Reply:

    Yeah, I’m still not seeing clear evidence that Humpty Dumpty was pushed. Sure, he had competitors who would like to have pushed him, but it’s a bit like blaming a drug pusher for a junkie’s decision to take drugs.

    “Civilizations die from suicide, not murder.”
    — Arnold Toynbee

    Erebus Reply:

    #forkinhell

    Hah, fair enough, I suppose. But isn’t it interesting that the fate of the universe, and its primal indifference, can be reduced to one natural law? Not multiple laws, but one iron law. If Gnon — the great propeller — is anywhere, I have always felt that it is in there.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    on cellular level nature eat itself. content of dead cells used as nutrients by surrounding cells. in many cases of trauma, immune system launch an attack on traumatised area and increasing damage significantly, such things happens in most cases of serious spinal trauma.

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  • hypersitious Says:

    When I sift through journals on Terror Management Theory it always makes me think of the lengths people go to in an effort to hide from the eerie stare of Gnon. Mortality salience is the uncomfortable acknowledgement that Gnon is always watching and waiting.

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  • Wyrd Says:

    AS I PASS through my incarnations in every age and race,
    I make my proper prostrations to the Gods of the Market Place.
    Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings, I notice, outlast them all.

    We were living in trees when they met us. They showed us each in turn
    That Water would certainly wet us, as Fire would certainly burn:
    But we found them lacking in Uplift, Vision and Breadth of Mind,
    So we left them to teach the Gorillas while we followed the March of Mankind.

    We moved as the Spirit listed. They never altered their pace,
    Being neither cloud nor wind-borne like the Gods of the Market Place,
    But they always caught up with our progress, and presently word would come
    That a tribe had been wiped off its icefield, or the lights had gone out in Rome.

    Continued here:

    http://www.kiplingsociety.co.uk/poems_copybook.htm

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    Oldstudent Reply:

    Je suis Frances

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  • Alrenous Says:

    If Gnon cared, it would be unnecessary for humans to do so. The seven-year-old can fight with the five-year-old precisely because he doesn’t have to care, that’s what the parents are there for. Even the 7yo knows this – if bereaved of the parents, his whole apparent attitude will change.

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    vimothy Reply:

    If Gnon doesn’t care, why go on about it so much?

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    Alrenous Reply:

    If nothing else, humans keep saying they don’t have to care, because Gnon will do it for them. Dawkins calls Gnon ‘zeitgeist.’ Older proggies called it ‘providence.’ Scott Alexander calls it ‘Elua.’ Pinker just ups and calls it ‘human nature.’ In all cases, utter blasphemy. What’s idolatry called when you use the real thing as your idol? (Other than narcissism.)

    The implication is ‘caring’ only became a virtue in the first place because Gnon doesn’t have it.

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    admin Reply:

    Has some massive retardation virus torched through everybody today?

    No one talks about Gnon to ‘help’ Gnon. They talk about implacable reality to cut through insane leftist wish-fulfillment politics.

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  • Joseph sans Brothers Says:

    As someone has surely (?) pointed out, if “Gnon” were actually as all-determining as Nrxers believe, it surely would not be necessary to keep BLABBING on and on about how Gnon is Lord. The very need to REMIND EVERYONE of what is allegedly natural, universally operative, and inevitable gives away the game already: that there is also in the universe something else, a counterprinciple which the Gnonists feel compelled to berate and revile and tear down. What is it?

    Well Gosh, it seems it surely must have something to do with these endless litanies about how the Right sustains order and Civilization, while the Left does nothing but destroy destroy destroy. In that model, wouldn’t it seem that the Right is conceiving itself as a force that resists the dominion of Gnon, which, if it actually were a dominion, would be merely impossible?

    Not that I expect any of these utterly elementary points that an average 12 year old ought to be able to comprehend will actually pull any Nrxers out of their self-willed regression to blind animality.

    The puppies will Yap on, sure of a caring hand to feed them as they derange their minds with fantasies of power and extinction.

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    admin Reply:

    This might be the most “pot, kettle” comment I’ve ever seen, bolstered in the complete absence of logic by childish abuse. Any more of this quality go straight to the gibbet.

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  • Chris B Says:

    I’m still left confused by this usage of gnon, the name lacks sophistication and by virtue of providing a link for a personality/ anthropomorphism it invites simplification and silliness.

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    Hurlock Reply:

    The whole point of the concept is to be as vague as possible.

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    forkinhell Reply:

    Dark Enlightenment Spinozism (so actually quite sophisticated – and a veritable goldmine for Gnonsensical puns).

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  • peter connor Says:

    Indeed, lefties claim to believe in evolution, which is essentially a stochastic process, but can’t accept the results and attempt to suppress them at all costs, which are that some humans are much smarter, stronger, faster, etc. than other humans……

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    Peter A. Taylor Reply:

    “The Right believes in biology, but not in evolution; the Left believes in evolution, but not in biology.”
    —-Steve Sailer

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    Jesse Reply:

    “some humans are much smarter, stronger, faster, etc. than other humans……”

    How many leftists do you think would actually disagree with this on the level of individual variation? It’s only when it comes to statistical variations in intellectual traits between ethnic groups that leftists tend to favor the idea that the differences are mainly environmental (and indeed, there is reason to think that purely environmental differences are quite capable of giving rise to large differences in avg. IQ between ethnic groups, see for example http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/race-iq-and-wealth/ and http://books.google.com/books?id=9tZ4AgAAQBAJ&lpg=PP1&pg=PA17 ). Even in this case, I think you’ll find plenty of scientifically-educated leftists who would acknowledge that there’s no really decisive evidence either way about the environmental vs. genetic contribution to measured intellectual differences between groups.

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  • Sam Says:

    Gnon is a valuable concept: the leftist fallacy is that nature can be subdued – but if nature has a God, and is from Him, then nature is not for us to overcome. It boils down to this: can we defeat nature? NRx proclaims that to defeat nature is to defeat God – an impossibility, an absurd. Therefore we shall conform to nature’s ways, or perish. There is no escape from nature, and there is no bending its laws, for thus God decreed. Synthesizing nature and God places man at the mercy of nature (instead of vice versa, as leftists believe), and like God, nature is angry and vicious. Nature is omnipresent and omnipotent, and there’s no changing that. But like God, nature favors some orders over others – NRx then asks, what order should we have? And here we are.

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    OldStudent Reply:

    Frances was not angry or vicious
    Was she not Godly?
    She lived in the Presence of God Himself
    And died alone.
    In despair.
    A suicide.
    Do explain.

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    Oldstudent Reply:

    Frances Loved God.
    Is God truly capable of Remorse?
    Doubtful.
    I was recently told that God was lying.
    About Frances.

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    Wyrd Reply:

    Yours Is No Disgrace:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd4jeeu90Rk

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    Peter A. Taylor Reply:

    “Nature to be commanded must be obeyed.” — Sir Francis Bacon

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  • OldStudent Says:

    What was her birthday?
    The date of her birth isn’t in his memoirs.
    Maybe she was a Cancer.
    Overwhelmed by Feelings of Sinful
    Despair.
    How old was She?
    I’m not clairvoyant,
    Her Voice is very weak and Despairing.

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    OldStudent Reply:

    What happened that week to make
    Her so alone.
    It was Mothers Day?

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  • pseudo-chrysostom Says:

    how about some reactionary horror: in all likelyhood, the first AGIs will be programmed with some form of kantian leftism.

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