Twitter cuts (#39)
As an Armenian friend asked, "Where do I have to go to get away from these people?" https://t.co/CiC50pYSKQ
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) December 8, 2015
Realistically, economic opportunity on a new frontier is likely to predominate as the driver for geopolitical disintegration, but “Where do I have to go to get away from these people?” is worth carving on the gate of an Exit-based polity. It’s Elysium, and probably the right-most impulse of the present world order. The Cathedral basically coincides with the answer: Nowhere. It’s not an allowable incentive. Still, it’s already a huge incentive (in fact), and every week it gets more huge.
Running the entire immigration crisis through this question is (darkly) enlightening. Anything that might count as a positive answer is probably our stuff.
ADDED: Not very closely related, but pinned on for fun
FYI: If you're a libertarian and not a white nationalist fascist you need to proactively dissociate with neoreaction.
— Cathy Reisenwitz (@CathyReisenwitz) December 7, 2015