Twitter cuts (#67)

June 2, 2016admin 33 Comments »
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  • Twitter cuts (#67) | Neoreactive Says:

    […] Twitter cuts (#67) […]

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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    The Left turns skeptics into shitlords, but they have no other game they can play. Ideology is fantasy, and not the good kind written by J.R.R. Tolkien. It has no defense other than moralism enforced by social taboo. And thus its endgame begins whenever the taboo breaks down, and ends in either Stalin or a blooming mushroom cloud.

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    Posted on June 2nd, 2016 at 4:34 pm Reply | Quote
  • SVErshov Says:

    once the theoretical, conceptual matrix which intrinsically Rightist been stollen and succesfully used in practical politics by Left, what logical choice would be for Right. obviouse one – keep faith in your ideals and drift to the Left. That perhaps explain why Right in such a shortage of instrumental concepts, which can be used in real politics.

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    Posted on June 2nd, 2016 at 6:33 pm Reply | Quote
  • Doug Says:

    The Left turns skeptics into shitlords, but they have no other game they can play. Ideology is fantasy, and not the good kind written by J.R.R. Tolkien. It has no defense other than moralism enforced by social taboo. And thus its endgame begins whenever the taboo breaks down, and ends in either Stalin or a blooming mushroom cloud.
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    The Best thing I have read all day. Thank you.

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    Posted on June 2nd, 2016 at 7:14 pm Reply | Quote
  • Kgaard Says:

    Let’s say Trump loses due to the relentless leftward drift of demographics. Let’s then say the left keeps getting more left — while the hard right keeps getting more self-aware and adamant (and its numbers grow). The left keeps winning and pushing the legal/regulatory/tax framework further left, while the hard right keeps getting more self-consciously aware of how it is being screwed.

    What is the endgame to that? It’s classic persecution of the productive minority, but with the twist that capital is doing the persecuting: It would be capital + women + homosexuals vs. non-psychopathic productive white men and their wives.

    Could get very interesting.

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    A.B. Prosper Reply:

    Especially interesting in a world with open source facial recognition , robotics and CRISPR.

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    Grotesque Body Reply:

    (((isn’t there somebody you’re forgetting?)))

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    Jefferson Reply:

    (((People so nefarious, devious, and clever that they burn the world down while the sheeple don’t even notice, but can’t figure out that you’re talking about them when you use lots of parenthesis?)))

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    Grotesque Body Reply:

    Sometimes it takes a (((J))) to raise the JQ.

    Henk Reply:

    We could consider them covered by capital: (((Capital’s Willing Executioners)))

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    Erebus Reply:

    There’s no need to preface your post with “let’s say Trump loses.” What you describe is inevitable, regardless of whether or not Trump is elected. The USA is demographically ruined, particularly the southwest and the coastal areas. A wall won’t help much — it is the equivalent of a band-aid over a gushing wound.

    If Trump wins the election, if he then seizes power as Jim just described on his blog, ending up a sort of American Pinochet, and if the USG turns hard to the right, then it’s possible that things might change for the better in a lasting and meaningful way. But the odds of all this happening are very close to zero. As such, it’s safe to assume the inevitability of what you describe.

    …On that note, it is also safe to assume that a contested Hillary victory is the best outcome for the Alt-Right and NRx. The ranks shall swell, democracy and the “right wing establishment” shall be further discredited, the productive white population shall become further alienated, and the poz will accelerate at a rapid clip as the left turns harder to the left. It is sure to be interesting, and the ensuing upheavals shall likely lead to a better long-term outcome than a Trump victory.

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    Grotesque Body Reply:

    #AAA

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    Johan Schmidt Reply:

    “On that note, it is also safe to assume that a contested Hillary victory is the best outcome for the Alt-Right and NRx.”

    I’d like to wait for long-term consequences of the rigged election in Austria before making that claim.

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    smg Reply:

    Trump would probably be ineffective at radically altering the leftward drift even if elected. All other institutions are controlled by Cathedral and would resist with all means. Hillary winning would disillusion hard right AND hard left – radicalizing even more people – setting up further polarization. The next election would be a barn burner (literally).

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    michael Reply:

    Yes Trumps romp has been fun to watch but election is still a long shot and as you say its unlikely they would let him do much, He doesnt have the force of personality and intellectual chops to bring a real battle to them, and it will be existential for them if they could not close when so close to total victory. Still if he actually departed 40 million and closed the border that would buy some time.

    michael Reply:

    Not that I think its going to happen but if there was a strong man elected as jim envisions [though i dont see Trump as promising] He could easily deport not only illegal alian maybe 40 million or more he could then declare most of the legal one to have lied on applications amnesties illegal birth right citizenship not constitutional etc without ever technically breaking a law any more than say obama does. Not just Amerindians but Caribbeans african Muslims, The ensuing demonstrations would be used as round up which would stop them quick along with couple of choice media arrests for reasons of national security.

    Yeah sure very unlikely but completely plausible physically possible. Now compare that to seasteading or any exit where the Cathedral lets you leave with your brains and gold and mock them, AI robots seizing power, restoration of monarchy, awaiting the Apocalypse and a phone call from Davos to MM. whats really the likelier scenario?

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    michael Reply:

    europe seems to be the canary, which is odd in ways

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    smg Reply:

    The Euros are the “Ultra-Americans” (Moldbug) so not really surprising.

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    michael Reply:

    Except Europes a client state so once removed from the cathedral except euro philosophy,and Europe is reacting to demographics at 5% while the US is behind the reaction at 40%, But Europe doesnt have to rely on “whiteness” and isnt necessarily a one proposition fits all nation. Europe was thought to be more liberal now brown scare.Europe thought socialist now going right which is embarrassing reminding people how fascists were always socialists.Then Trump out nationals Le Pen suddenly. Theres gong to be right wing synergy across the pond but not left wing.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    “For several years now, bloody struggles have been carried out in the varied regions of the earth – struggles to which a more or less common under standing warily avoids attaching the term “war.” It may be all too easy to scoff at this observation. In truth, however, it has become all too clear that old orders are unraveling just as no new ones come to replace them.”
    The Turn to the Discriminating Concept of War (1937)

    seems like we in a kind of loop and where is no way out, there is always way in, regardless who is going to become US president.

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    michael Reply:

    markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent, true, what cant go on forever wont, also true.At some point a baker is going to set himself on fire rather than bake a tranny cake.Or whites will riot. Or the dollar will crash.something will happen the last straw and things will move the other way.If that were to happen is there a plan. The left planned multigenerationally they understood when a generation passes reality changes

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    SVErshov Reply:

    ‘incompleteness’ is one popular concept in left arsenal. if you want to brake the loop, just leave it incomplete. some ideas can be taken directly from phisics and turned into functional political concepts, at the same time complementing NRx concept of fragmentation. for example in critical systems flow driven toward points of attractions (straw) and the whole system become fragmented around such fixed ponts of atraction. but still that did not violate universality and did not brake the loop. universality can be violated by discovering specific trajectory used to approach point of attraction.

    for example positive feedback loop have to generate investments into business (money making more money), but in case if this business is already dead, uncompetètive and unrevivable, positive feeback loop can be broken and used as chanel to divert loans into owner pockets. capitalism hijacked.

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    michael Reply:

    if the Cathedral is not a conspiracy as MM posits but I have to admit i sometimes wonder if Im naive. Then all sorts of strange attractors will eventually show up

    SVErshov Reply:

    not necessarily it is some kind evil conspiracy, rather idiocracy, you cant describe a set of rules and expect that the system will run tip top according to it. for example ‘work up to the rule’ strike on British railways. once people beging working exactly by rules all railways become disfunctional.

    or take an opposite example from agriculture. let say in some region people got great crop of weat, just 2 months more to harwest. then someone say, – such a nice weat this year guys. – yeah thanks god… – I bet it will burn beautefully. Shocked peasants may ask, – but what’s point, why do you want to burn it. – See here is this agricaltural positive feedback loop, I want to brake it.

    I hope this guy a good runner. but he was right, because enemy is comming very soon and what would be reason to feed enemy’s army with your own agricultural products. it is exactly what Scots done repeatedly.

    michael Reply:

    I get MMs open conspiracy theory holiness signaling, and bureaucratic protection rackets But I sometimes wonder if theres not actually been an illuminatti all along that those other things just get steered into helping a larger plan. its been a remarkable success this globalization over the last few hundred years

    SVErshov Reply:

    problem is in neurotic obsession with science.

    Posted on June 3rd, 2016 at 12:23 pm Reply | Quote
  • Mark Citadel Says:

    I am convinced that meme magic is real, and Liberals have yet to devise an effective way to combat it. No doubt they are hard at work.

    “On that note, it is also safe to assume that a contested Hillary victory is the best outcome for the Alt-Right and NRx”

    This is entirely correct.

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    michael Reply:

    Speech laws all over Europe coming to a ISP near you

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    Mike Reply:

    Meme magic is real because memes are funny and true (eg. see @counter_signal for example). What funny, accurate memes could the left come up with?

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  • Seth Largo Says:

    From the 1770s until Woodrow Wilson, the presidency was but one cog in the inertia-machine the framers called the federal government. It isn’t until after Wilson and WWI that we witness the rise of The Presidency as such, that is, the president as the defining architect of an administration.

    If Trump is elected, expect the Left to (ironically) return to this federalist, small-c conservative tradition in order to neuter the fuhrer in the White House. It will be one of those defining moments of clarity during which you realize all over again that politics isn’t about ideas or ideology but about certain types of people just not liking other types of people.

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    michael Reply:

    ever hear of Teddy Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln,Andrew Jackson,Thomas Jefferson

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    Lincoln was an anomaly, and half the union reacted to him by leaving the union.

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