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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

He who must not be named

Commentary is terrified by the online brigades of the Alt Right:
The unapologetically racist element of neo-reactionary thinking connects intellectuals like Yarvin and Land with the masses they otherwise disdain, evincing the rumblings of a nascent neo-reactionary political coalition. But what really ties together all these seemingly disparate strands—the neo-reactionary intellectuals, the crude Twitter trolls, the highfalutin white supremacists, and the billionaire presidential candidate—is misanthropy. Pollsters may need to develop a new category in the wake of the Trump phenomenon: “resentment voters.” Within the demographic of lower-middle-class white men, Trump is popular in a variety of misanthropic subcultures, many of which did not really exist until the Internet provided them with a way to communicate and organize. Unsurprisingly, he is the subject of a great deal of discussion and admiration in the pickup-artist, or “seduction community,” of men who chat online and gather at conferences to complain about how feminism has destroyed dating culture while simultaneously discussing strategies for bedding as many women as possible. After Trump declared early in the campaign season, apropos of nothing, that supermodel Heidi Klum was “no longer a 10,” a popular blogger from the “men’s rights” movement approvingly wrote, “The alpha does not qualify himself to women, ever. He expects women to qualify themselves to him.”

What also unites the alt-right is a conspiratorial anti-elitism. Policies and principles don’t matter, nor do obsolete ideological divisions like left and right, because the American system itself is a sham. “Why are sh-t-tier whites voting for Trump, a barbarian who can’t even write a grammatical tweet in fourth-grade English?” Yarvin asks. “Because they’re done with being sh-t on by their ‘betters,’ who think invading Iraq and starting civil wars in Syria and Libya is a brilliant use for a third of their income.” In distinction to Bernie Sanders supporters, who at least know what they want to do with the reigns of power, these people loathe our social and political institutions and offer no alternative. Trump and the alt-right want to break everything and watch the world burn, like Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight, and they believe (hope?) that somehow everything will sort itself out. America, using a term that will be familiar to the real-estate tycoon, is a “tear down.”

What we are seeing here is a convergence of three phenomena: neo-reactionary philosophy, popular discontent, and a charismatic leader. Successful political movements need all three. As far-right traditionalists, Yarvin and Land claim to despise populism, and people more generally. “Predisposed, in any case, to perceive the politically awakened masses as a howling irrational mob, [neo-reaction] conceives the dynamics of democratization as fundamentally degenerative: systematically consolidating and exacerbating private vices, resentments, and deficiencies until they reach the level of collective criminality and comprehensive social corruption,” Land writes. And like many of the Republican office-holders and conservative media personalities who’ve glommed on to Trump while railing against “elites,” the neo-reactionary thinkers are themselves elitists.

But they, too, are just as unscrupulous in hitching their wagon to a popular movement in hopes that it will advance their agenda. In a 2008 installment of his Open Letter, Yarvin mused about himself as the Vaclav Havel of neo-reaction—the philosopher king who may one day find himself carried on the shoulders of a society demanding revolutionary change—or, failing that, its Machiavelli. For, “in order to make an impact on the political process, you need quantity. You need moronic, chanting hordes.” Well, he has them now.

One doesn’t have to share the normative interpretations of alt-right counter-history to believe that these thinkers have a point in arguing that human societal development is not a process of inexorable progress. Though conservatives have criticized President Barack Obama’s frequent invocation of “the right side of history” to justify his positions on issues ranging from gay marriage to counterterrorism, Americans have become largely inured to the idea, expressed by Ronald Reagan, that their country’s “best days are yet to come.” What if they’re not? What if things are about to get a whole lot worse?
I take no little pleasure in the fact that while the mainstream media doesn't have any trouble in naming Allum, Milo, Moldbug, or Nick Land, they need to resort to weird, inaccurate descriptions -  a popular blogger from the “men’s rights” movement - rather than mention me directly.

It's rather amusing. For over a decade, I was inaccurately described as a "conservative". For perhaps the last three years, I've been described as an MRA, again inaccurately.

Is it really that hard to say "Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil" or "bestselling political philosopher" or even "right wing radical"?

Apparently.

Anyhow, they shouldn't be terrified of us. They should be terrified by the fact that we are right and their system, the one that they believed had ended history, has failed. Everything is on the table now and anything can happen.

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160 Comments:

Blogger Cecil Henry May 18, 2016 6:52 PM  

No one is 'unapologetically racist'

No apologies yes, but there is no racism.

Just race, racial interests, and White people are fed up with those interests being attacked.

No one cares about these pejorative terms.

Anonymous Northwest Watching Thing May 18, 2016 6:54 PM  

He's half right.I don't want to burn the world down. I want to burn *their* world down.

Blogger tz May 18, 2016 6:57 PM  

We're on the alt-right side of history.

Blogger Kristophr May 18, 2016 7:01 PM  

What a delicious gold mine of tears at Commentary.

Blogger John Wright May 18, 2016 7:06 PM  

These postrational posthuman Morlocks use grammar like grammary, by which I mean, they use and repeat certain words (here, 'neoreactionary' and 'misanthropy') for their magical, apotropaic effect.

Of course, neo-reactionary, meaning a man newly come to the act of reacting out of habitual thoughtlessness against any change, is an amusing oxymoron, one I assume to be unintentional.

Would that the witchboys paid less attention to grammary and more to grammar:

"In distinction to Bernie Sanders supporters, who at least know what they want to do with the reigns of power..."

Reins of power. A rein is the strap used to guide the horse. A reign is a period of sovereign rulership. The Bernie Sanders supporters do know what to do with the apparently multiple periods of sovereign rulership over a place called Power.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein May 18, 2016 7:09 PM  

Chomping at the bit to for Commentary to tell me all about the "reigns of power"...

Blogger Alexander Thompson May 18, 2016 7:14 PM  

Do they fear actually stating what we stand for because they know it will drive more people to the side of common sense?

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 18, 2016 7:16 PM  

Pollsters may need to develop a new category in the wake of the Trump phenomenon: “resentment voters.”

"Trumpenproles" has a better ring to it.

Within the demographic of lower-middle-class white men, Trump is popular in a variety of misanthropic subcultures, many of which did not really exist until the Internet provided them with a way to communicate and organize.

Quick, shut off all the comment sections!

Blogger SQT May 18, 2016 7:16 PM  

I feel like commentary about Trump from the traditional right and left both completely misunderstand the phenomenon. Both sides throw around labels trying to discredit supporters seemingly oblivious to the fact that the more they insult his supporters the stronger he gets.

Blogger Geoff martin May 18, 2016 7:17 PM  

For all their "education" credentials, these cretins simply can't understand the age old concept of expected value: trolling only works if it leads to an Amygdala Hijack. The average male on the internet (with any semblance of testosterone or self respect) does not fly off the hinges at being called anything - there is a low expected value of any insult directed at them. With Women, the EV goes up - wayy up - "On Twitter, the candidate’s anonymous backers superimposed images of Ioffe’s face over those of concentration camp inmates."

We *know* who will get butthurt and how to press their buttons. And when your enemy is angry and hysterical, you win.

Blogger Cataline Sergius May 18, 2016 7:17 PM  

the pickup-artist, or “seduction community,” of men who chat online and gather at conferences to complain about how feminism has destroyed dating culture while simultaneously discussing strategies for bedding as many women as possible.

It would be more accurate to say a combination of Feminism and Tinder destroyed urban dating culture.

Regardless its an intriguing display of his paradigm. He really can't understand how the two are mutually exclusive. Then again bedding a woman on the first date is clearly some form of black magic. the likes of which has never been seen in his world.

Blogger James Dixon May 18, 2016 7:18 PM  

> He who must not be named...

Now Vox, you remember what happened the last time someone from the left mentioned you name three times too quickly. Do you really want that again? Even if the air fare back doesn't bother you, the time away from SB and kids would.

Blogger Ahazuerus May 18, 2016 7:19 PM  

in order to make an impact on the political process, you need quantity. You need moronic, chanting hordes.” Well, he has them now."

And there's the resentment of the cuckold, impotently seething that someone else what he once had and still desires.

Oh yes, it was all fine when the moronic hordes meekly took their orders from metronomic right-left ratchet of power, but now they're spreading their voting papers for someone else they're suddenly not as respectable and their votes no longer the foundation of our civilisation.

Hmmm... methinks the pre-op doth protest overmuch.

Anonymous Bobby Farr May 18, 2016 7:19 PM  

This is just frothing at the mouth. On one hand he says Trump supporters are mouth breathers who don't care about policy and on the other condemns the waacist, populist policies.

On a related note, Trump has delivered with his potential SC nominees. Note the lack of foreign names and Ivy League educations

https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/donald-j.-trump-releases-list-of-names-of-potential-united-states-supreme-c

Anonymous krymneth May 18, 2016 7:19 PM  

More projection; part of the motivation of the alt-right, down deep in the foundation that nobody necessarily talks about, is the misanthropy of the left, and the fact the alt-Right has had its fill of it.

Which side claims the people who believe that mankind ought to be wiped out to save Mother Earth? Which side loathes the civilization they live in, believing it to be racist/sexist/misogynist/everything-else-ist? Which side claims those that can't stand to be with anyone who doesn't agree 100% with them and requires safe spaces? Which side claims those endlessly banging on about "progress" because they appear to believe that everybody else in the entire history of humanity and the vast bulk of current humanity is basically wrong about everything?

Project, project, project.

Which side claims those who are always banging on about race? Which side claims those who believe that race is the sole and singular lens to study history? Which side claims those who animate their entire careers and lives talking about race, advocating based on race, race race race race race? Which side claims those who believe "racist" is the definite insult because it is all but the original sin?

Project, project, project.

Blogger tz May 18, 2016 7:21 PM  

Reading the article, it doesn't note the other side - the cries of racism, the fainting couch ...

(ooh, ooh, I know what my first major makerspace hack project - a motorized fainting couch with a GPS set for the nearest "safe space")

and all the heaps of the abuse by the politically correct and SJW crowd. Once it ceases working, payback is hell.

Worse, on the internet, you can create any persona you want. The only reason they know you are a dog is from your barking and occasional housebroken fails. The whole OpenSource anti-convergence is based on it - "SpecialLesbianTransSnowflake" is not a good github account name.

It isn't "illiberalism", it is that liberalism has devolved into a screeching, selfish, greedy, monkey. There can be respect for helping actual victims (FGM, rapes in Dar Islam) but all we get is why women are oppressed on Campus featuring Jackie and Mattress Girl.

I would also note we don't reject "reform", we merely understand we need to demolish the old, unsafe building filled with toxic waste BEFORE we can rebuild anything. You don't reform an adobe hut filled with barrels of agent orange, you tear it down and haul the junk somewhere we hope it won't emerge in geologic time (or maybe throw it into a volcano).

It isn't anti-elitism per-se. I remember years ago seeing a spam message saying "I'm Leet - send me cool warez doods". The establishment calling themselves "elite" are not, at least not cognitively or in virtue. They are the fake, the charlatan, the usurper, the tyrant (in the original sense). A wise and benevolent philosopher king should be welcome, but look what happened when Ron Paul campaigned. If Romney and Hillary and ... are "elite", contempt is the proper response.

Trump and the alt-right want to break everything and watch the world burn, like Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight, and they believe (hope?) that somehow everything will sort itself out. America, using a term that will be familiar to the real-estate tycoon, is a “tear down.”

Ding ding ding! He gets it!

But he errs shortly thereafter. Trump is NOT a charismatic leader. He is the destroyer. And "the mob" is not "irrational" considering experience.





Blogger Ahazuerus May 18, 2016 7:24 PM  

As for misanthropy, why is he upset that more people have noticed that humanity has been behaving like ... well, like chanting moronic hordes, lately?

That's progress, isn't it?

Doesn't he want to be this side of history?

Anonymous Ain May 18, 2016 7:24 PM  

That entire screed is nothing but an attempt to establish an agenda by trying to control the narrative. He's either lying through his teeth or has managed to be unintentionally, categorically wrong with every thought.

Blogger tz May 18, 2016 7:29 PM  

@5 Rain on their parade?

Unsurprisingly, he is the subject of a great deal of discussion and admiration in the pickup-artist, or “seduction community,” of men who chat online and gather at conferences to complain about how feminism has destroyed dating culture while simultaneously discussing strategies for bedding as many women as possible.

Well, if they've fainted on the couch...

Blogger Brian Niemeier May 18, 2016 7:29 PM  

"Everything is on the table now and anything can happen."

As our local BJJ instructor is fond of saying: "Welcome to the monkey cage, broh!"

Anonymous WinstonWebb May 18, 2016 7:32 PM  

What if things are about to get a whole lot worse?

That's a solid bet.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 18, 2016 7:39 PM  

Butt face said Nada when the left brought their racial theorizing to the fore, let butt face burn

Blogger Aeoli Pera May 18, 2016 7:42 PM  

@19 tz,

Rape is never funny!

Except when you spell it RAEP next to a funny drawing of a face, that's pretty funny.

Anonymous Godfrey May 18, 2016 7:45 PM  

They really have know idea who we are or what it is they are dealing with. They view everything through the dark distorted lens of their ludicrous narrative. That's another weakness we can take advantage of.

Resistance is victory.

Blogger Weouro May 18, 2016 7:47 PM  

So, in sum:

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy -- willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.

Anonymous Big Bill May 18, 2016 7:47 PM  

I smile, wink, and tell my co-workers that "come the Revolution, I'll put in a good word for you."

Anonymous #8601 Jean Valjean May 18, 2016 7:48 PM  

@9 SQT - I feel like...

I don't give a quantum of a damn about your feelings. However, I do agree with the remainder of your comment!

Anonymous kfg May 18, 2016 7:54 PM  

Cliff"s Notes:

"I'm clueless."

Blogger Rusty Fife May 18, 2016 7:57 PM  

OT but Huzzah!

End the Ivy League tyranny!

"While nearly all of the eight justices now serving graduated from Yale, Harvard or Columbia Law School, only one judge on Trump’s shortlist earned their law degree from one those schools: Colloton, who went to Yale."

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/280381-trump-unveils-list-of-11-potential-supreme-court-nominees

Anonymous Man of the Atom May 18, 2016 8:00 PM  

I love the smell of empty-headed Leftist desperation and ad hominem in the morning. It smells like victory!

Blogger Kevin Blackwell May 18, 2016 8:11 PM  

I think many people realize you don't have to destroy 'everything'. Just the walls that protect the left from their slaves. The left wants to destroy everything. From gender, to sex, to race, to language. All while hiding.

Blogger SteelPalm May 18, 2016 8:12 PM  

Amusingly, their article, which is right on certain points, doubles as a strong endorsement for Trump.

Trump is a relatively moderate fellow, media distortion aside. His statements about immigration aren't much different than Bill Clinton's in 1996, although his chances of being sincere are higher than Slick Willy's. Trump might even right the ship and establish some degree of normalcy in the US.

The horrifying scenario, for EVERYONE involved, is if Hillary gets elected. We might see a second Civil War then.

And regardless of who wins, a Civil War is never happy for anyone.

Anonymous Longtime Lurker May 18, 2016 8:14 PM  

"Terrified."

One of the most over-used words in the English language as of late. Must be an election year.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 8:14 PM  

Looks like the Jewish Supremacists over at Commentary Mag are getting nervous.

Anonymous kfg May 18, 2016 8:20 PM  

"The left wants to destroy everything. From gender . . ."

Gender is a social construct. The left constructed it to get around sex.

And now that they have their constructed jargon so embedded into society that even the alt-right uses it without even thinking about it, they can go after sex itself.

Anonymous Rolf May 18, 2016 8:22 PM  

Interesting. People whose primary concern is the preservation / rebuilding of the culture / economy that made America great enough to win a world war and put a man on the moon is "misanthropic."

I do not think that word means what they think it means.
/Inigo Montoya

Blogger tz May 18, 2016 8:25 PM  

I've notice what's new is the shattering of the oppressive, misused standard of "civility". I noted Glenn Beck (and his chorus) once called for civility and then did their usual uncivil words toward Trump and his supporters in the same segment.

For a while, the left would at least try to keep up the pretense, but apparently with Obama's second term, they thought they had victory so dropped the facade.

The most wonderful thing is since the Left deposed the Marquis of Queensbury, the alt-right has been kicking their ass. Not unexpected since "rules" were a product of civilization.

It was predictable. "24" and Jack Bauer were the heroes. Some Cruz supporters kept the cognitive dissonance. But the "Cuck the rules" idea was there.

The Left should have kept singing the Lullabies to keep the Giant asleep. The Cuck chorus chimed in. He is awake now.

It is now war, albeit with words (mostly).

I cannot think of any sane reason to do the Trans-restroom issue now, pre-election. They overplayed their hand here too.

Those fouling the nest (Revelation 18:2) - and describing what they've added to society as fecal matter is too nice - like the author of the article - have been tolerated far too long.

Things have shifted. Many fail to recognize it.

Blogger J A Baker May 18, 2016 8:27 PM  

There's a whole lot of angry editors, and a whole lot more depressed and stressed out journalists out there wondering how Trump can be so immune to their word wizardry.

Blogger lowercaseb May 18, 2016 8:28 PM  

Great...according to them, I gotta learn how to chant now. I HATE chanting.

How the hell does one say "mglw'nafh" anyway?

Moronic, I got down in spades...I used to work in the entertainment industry.

Blogger Jourdan May 18, 2016 8:28 PM  

Jesus, that was overwrought, even by histrionic Jewish standards. I don't know what is funnier: Commentary thinking that Sanders' supporters "know what they want to do with the reigns (sic) of power" or their surprise over the very mundane and completely foreseeable fact that average, white middle-class voters are tired of being shit on and their country sold out to foreigners.

I really didn't buy too much into anti-Jewish arguments, but it's getting harder and harder not to notice that "Is it good for the Jews?" really does appear to be the only question they are capable of in the final analysis. Perhaps they need their own country and leave my people alone.

Blogger Fatherless May 18, 2016 8:28 PM  

Best comment.

Blogger weka May 18, 2016 8:38 PM  

Gregory chant. Brilliant. Particularly the psalms of vengeance.

Blogger weka May 18, 2016 8:39 PM  

Gregorian. Fighting autocorrect

Blogger weka May 18, 2016 8:40 PM  

Gregorian. Fighting autocorrect

Blogger weka May 18, 2016 8:40 PM  

Gregory chant. Brilliant. Particularly the psalms of vengeance.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer May 18, 2016 8:41 PM  

Misanthropic, you keep using that word, but I don't think it means what you think it means.

Calling Trump misanthropic is particularly dumb.

Also, people who use the word normative are always assholes.

Blogger Fatherless May 18, 2016 8:48 PM  

Best comment.

Blogger ZhukovG May 18, 2016 8:49 PM  

And so it begins to dawn on them that the march of history may not be so easily controlled. That the victory they thought they had won, is an illusion. They are Napoleon marching proudly through an empty Moscow and wondering why no one is there to surrender to them.

And even now they feel on the wind, a chill. Winter is coming.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 8:49 PM  

Sow the wind...

...reap the whirlwind.

Anonymous Steed May 18, 2016 8:50 PM  

@4. Remember the line from Hellraiser- Pinhead: `` Tears? What a waste of good suffering!`` @14. Six of the ten are from `fly-over county`. Yahhh! So sick of hearing ``...from NY/CA/OH...``

Blogger Bob Loblaw May 18, 2016 8:50 PM  

In distinction to Bernie Sanders supporters, who at least know what they want to do with the reigns of power, these people loathe our social and political institutions and offer no alternative.

That's not really true. In most cases the alternative we're offering is nothing, and that's not the same thing as offering no alternative.

Anonymous Big Bill May 18, 2016 8:52 PM  

Poor guy. What is Kirchick? Thirty? Thirty-two? Grew up in Boston, went to Rindge & Latin, then down the street a few miles to Yale.

Graduated, then worked his Boston, Cambridge, DC and New York connections for a bunch of "correspondent" jobs and foundation "fellowship" jobs, with bylines spread across the US, Europe AND Israel.

The perfect chameleon. The perfect switch-hitter. He can swing both ways: neo-liberal AND neo-con. Jamie could be the pet homosexual at the National Review, or the pet conservative at the New York Times.
Early thirties, gay-man-about-town. Likes War, Wall Street and Open Borders. Jamie is everybody's friend.

Perfectly set for the perfect career whether Hillary wins, Cruz wins or Bush wins. Dem or Pub, makes no difference. He had a damn near perfect situation.

Until a year ago, poor chump.

He's looking for a place to hide. ANY place. But what's the use in scuttling around on all fours trying to hide under a bench in the temple when Sampson has his arms around the pillars? There's no place to hide.

It's "musical chairs" for these guys now. They are sweating bullets. And the music is going to stop in November.

In his waking nightmares, Kirchick is wandering through Sinai with a bunch of fractious Habirus munching on manna, wondering how he got from a cushy gig in Egypt to sleeping on rocks.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents May 18, 2016 8:53 PM  

(ooh, ooh, I know what my first major makerspace hack project - a motorized fainting couch with a GPS set for the nearest "safe space")


Must be solar powered, handicap friendly, and constructed from recycled materials.

Blogger Ceasar May 18, 2016 8:53 PM  

I believe this first time I have witnessed a child have a psychotic break while trying to put the square peg in the round hole.

As far as Trump supporters not knowing what to replace the current "system" with. The author can only wish this is the case. If fact, I do believe we have more than an idea on exactly what needs to replace the current system. It involves putting truth first and let the chips fall where they may. For many, they fear truth leading to hatred of the truth. Without deception, where will they hide? How can they keep control over others? And second is that no politician (left or right) should be fully trusted. Always assume they are lying to you (because they are in one form or the other).

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 8:53 PM  

European Chirstendom has a right to exist and to defend itself and promote it's interests.

Most Jews are uncomfortable with this assertion, to put it mildly.

Blogger Rusty Fife May 18, 2016 8:55 PM  

Ron Winkleheimer wrote:
Calling Trump misanthropic is particularly dumb.


yeah, hasn't he read any of his tweets? He loves people, especially Mexican people. And taco bowls.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 8:57 PM  

European Chirstendom has a right to exist and to defend itself and promote it's interests.

Most Jews are uncomfortable with this assertion, to put it mildly.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 8:57 PM  

Sow the wind...

...reap the whirlwind.

Blogger Krul May 18, 2016 8:59 PM  

EscapeVelocity wrote:Sow the wind...

...reap the whirlwind.


They sowed the wind

We are the whirlwind

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents May 18, 2016 9:04 PM  

The TEA Party members were polite and civil. They even cleaned up the entire Mall in DC after one of their rallies. What happened?

The Ivy League, Acela-corridor illiteraties like Kirchick sneered at them, called them Fascists, accused them of being neo Klansmen, etc.

GOPe co-opted them, lied to them, kicked them in primaries - took them for granted, gave nothing in return.

So Plan A failed.

Trump is Plan B. And predictably, the Ivy-Leage Acela-Corridor illiteraties are filling up their diapers or Depends, depending, in fear of his "Fascism" and his "Fascist mob".

They're using up all the adjectives in the book. If Plan C shows up, they'll have nothing left to say. C'est dimage.

Blogger lowercaseb May 18, 2016 9:06 PM  

Big Bill wrote:He's looking for a place to hide. ANY place. But what's the use in scuttling around on all fours trying to hide under a bench in the temple when Sampson has his arms around the pillars? There's no place to hide.

I'm starting at the screen trying to find the words to applaud not only the insight of this comment but the sheer poetry as well.

I got nothing that can compare. Bravo!

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 May 18, 2016 9:09 PM  

Okay VD, I've been sold. While I still wish Cruz had won the nom, I'm now ready to admit that Trump - even if I'm never going to like him - might actually be necessary. And I've understood that the fact that Trump was picked over Cruz is a symptom of just how far gone things really are.

Even I underestimated how vicious and dishonest the Left was, and I've had the misfortune of having once been a Michael Moore fan.

I'm not ready to believe that Trump will actually be good. But I'm ready to believe that it's possible.


And I swear to the God I don't believe in that if Obama goes to Hiroshima to apologize for America winning WW2, I'm going to not only donate to Trump's campaign I'm going to volunteer for it too. And buy the stupid bumper stickers and hat.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 9:11 PM  

Get yer money ready.

Anonymous RedJack May 18, 2016 9:16 PM  

They shouldn't fear you, or the VFM. They should fear what comes behind us if things don't change.

Just like the elite shouldn't fear Trump. They need to fear what comes next.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 18, 2016 9:20 PM  

Get yer money ready.

Anonymous Longtime Lurker May 18, 2016 9:22 PM  

@5: "These postrational posthuman Morlocks use grammar like grammary, by which I mean, they use and repeat certain words (here, 'neoreactionary' and 'misanthropy') for their magical, apotropaic effect."

Speaking of the apotropaic, what SJWs say about their beliefs is often a "word spell" designed to protect the SJW from being "othered" by his own kind. Basic spells usually start with "I believe" or "I'm passionate about." The subtext is, "I'm a member of this group in good standing. Go and test (prey on) someone else."

Anonymous Slash's Big Stupid Top Hat May 18, 2016 9:24 PM  

If Plan C shows up, they'll have nothing left to say.

Plan C is going to be wild. I don't look forward to Plan C.

Blogger SQT May 18, 2016 9:28 PM  

@27 Thanks for pointing that out. Gotta stop referring to the "feels."

Anonymous Case May 18, 2016 9:28 PM  

They need to learn to enjoy the Trump years. This is as calm as it's going to be for a long, long time.

Blogger The Other Robot May 18, 2016 9:31 PM  

But what really ties together all these seemingly disparate strands—the neo-reactionary intellectuals, the crude Twitter trolls, the highfalutin white supremacists, and the billionaire presidential candidate—is misanthropy.

Ahhh, so the Esquimaux are misanthropes. I will have to remember that.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 18, 2016 9:33 PM  

OT: BB has an epic Trolling of Ben Shapiro

http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/05/18/little-benji-throws-twitter-tantrum/

Blogger Gaiseric May 18, 2016 9:37 PM  

White Knight Leo #0368 wrote:Okay VD, I've been sold. While I still wish Cruz had won the nom, I'm now ready to admit that Trump - even if I'm never going to like him - might actually be necessary. And I've understood that the fact that Trump was picked over Cruz is a symptom of just how far gone things really are.

Even I underestimated how vicious and dishonest the Left was, and I've had the misfortune of having once been a Michael Moore fan.

I'm not ready to believe that Trump will actually be good. But I'm ready to believe that it's possible.

And I swear to the God I don't believe in that if Obama goes to Hiroshima to apologize for America winning WW2, I'm going to not only donate to Trump's campaign I'm going to volunteer for it too. And buy the stupid bumper stickers and hat.

Check out his Supreme Court shortlist, just published. He gets daily more "acceptable" to even committed movement conservatives. All of this belly-aching about him being a crypto-liberal Hillary patsy or whatever in the heck it all was about is just stupid.

Blogger Gaiseric May 18, 2016 9:37 PM  

White Knight Leo #0368 wrote:Okay VD, I've been sold. While I still wish Cruz had won the nom, I'm now ready to admit that Trump - even if I'm never going to like him - might actually be necessary. And I've understood that the fact that Trump was picked over Cruz is a symptom of just how far gone things really are.

Even I underestimated how vicious and dishonest the Left was, and I've had the misfortune of having once been a Michael Moore fan.

I'm not ready to believe that Trump will actually be good. But I'm ready to believe that it's possible.

And I swear to the God I don't believe in that if Obama goes to Hiroshima to apologize for America winning WW2, I'm going to not only donate to Trump's campaign I'm going to volunteer for it too. And buy the stupid bumper stickers and hat.

Check out his Supreme Court shortlist, just published. He gets daily more "acceptable" to even committed movement conservatives. All of this belly-aching about him being a crypto-liberal Hillary patsy or whatever in the heck it all was about is just stupid.

Anonymous Eric the Red May 18, 2016 9:39 PM  

Declaration of War:

The alt-right declares war on all elitists, leftists, and globalists. You think you are winning, you may even think you have won, but we have not yet begun to fight. The war is now on; you declared it on us and our kind long ago. You will not win. Your attempt to kill us and to kill our nation will fail. Your lies and deceit will fail. Your evil will fail. Instead you will be eradicated, and so too your progeny will be eradicated. Time to be afraid, be very very afraid.

Blogger Lazarus May 18, 2016 9:40 PM  

SteelPalm wrote:And regardless of who wins, a Civil War is never happy for anyone.

Except maybe Ken Burns, and PBS.

Blogger Phillip George May 18, 2016 9:41 PM  

Test

Blogger intuitivereason May 18, 2016 9:58 PM  

Good to see that the left still cannot successfully grok neoreaction.

The tendency to think of everything in terms of the out-group rather than the in-group seems to set up near impermeable barriers to conception.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 18, 2016 10:06 PM  

@40 Jourdan

I really didn't buy too much into anti-Jewish arguments, but it's getting harder and harder not to notice that "Is it good for the Jews?" really does appear to be the only question they are capable of in the final analysis. Perhaps they need their own country and leave my people alone.
---

Seriously, the neocons are living up to the stereotypes

Blogger Herr Doktor Heaving Bosoms May 18, 2016 10:14 PM  

White Knight Leo #0368 wrote:While I still wish Cruz had won the nom, I'm now ready to admit that Trump - even if I'm never going to like him - might actually be necessary. And I've understood that the fact that Trump was picked over Cruz is a symptom of just how far gone things really are.

Trump, the autodidact, was a sleeper. He spent these many decades learning the system and gladhanding the powerful.

Now that it's time to shorten the way, the sleeper has awakened.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 18, 2016 10:15 PM  

"The list even includes one of Trump’s Twitter critics: Don Willett, a member of the Texas Supreme Court.

Willett has compared Trump to “Star Wars” villain Darth Vader and last summer tweeted that the businessman being allowed to name a Supreme Court justice was unthinkable.

“Donald Trump haiku— Who would the Donald Name to #SCOTUS? The mind reels. *weeps—can’t finish tweet*” Willett tweeted. "

Heh Trump is trolling this guy in his picks

Anonymous Eric the Red May 18, 2016 10:16 PM  

The left just couldn't help themselves. They had to keep pushing and pushing and pushing the envelope, in large part just to see how far they could go before getting a concerted reaction.

And now that they have their reaction ?...
They fully expect that their 'two-steps forward one-step back' will still prevail.

Blogger Herr Doktor Heaving Bosoms May 18, 2016 10:16 PM  

The Other Robot wrote:Ahhh, so the Esquimaux are misanthropes. I will have to remember that.

They do hate the sons of Adam, for sure.

Blogger The Other Robot May 18, 2016 10:30 PM  

And regardless of who wins, a Civil War is never happy for anyone.

A gardener is happy to water his garden.

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of tyrants and their pawns.

Anonymous Daniel H May 18, 2016 10:33 PM  

This fag Kirchick used to go around calling himself "Jamie". Why should I take the punk seriously.

Blogger Bob Loblaw May 18, 2016 10:41 PM  

They fully expect that their 'two-steps forward one-step back' will still prevail.

I'm sure Iranian liberals expected the same thing in the late '70s.

Blogger tz May 18, 2016 10:51 PM  

@51 - Nothing is a cool hand.

@53 - Quite. A wheeled fainting couch Solyndra Tesla. It may be powered by wind (or hot air).

@59 - Inherit the Wind. Are they not evolved?

@62 - one can wish the quadruple amputee of the Black Knight from MP&tHG had won, he didn't. Worse, like Cruz, the final battle became absurd - "what are you going to do, bleed on me?" - Carly falls down, Ted clocks his wife, tries to confront Trump supporters with "The most important question the American People are asking"... (Shakespearean pause, filled with) "Are you Canadian!" ... Is Cruz really a Sigma? Meltdown.

Blogger xenophon1 May 18, 2016 10:54 PM  

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2016/04/26/why_the_left_loathes_western_civilization_130395.html

Blogger SciVo May 18, 2016 11:06 PM  

Plan C is going to be wild. I don't look forward to Plan C.

Plan E would suck, but C and D aren't too bad. If American nationalism fails, we can still try white nationalism for a Plan C, and then secession for Plan D. The reconquest can wait.

Blogger Desiderius May 18, 2016 11:07 PM  

"Do they fear actually stating what we stand for because they know it will drive more people to the side of common sense?"

Not yet (do they fear). Not stating the actual beliefs of the competition is SOP. It's akin to not mentioning Vox. They mention Yarvin because they think they can flip him - notice the kind words at the end. It's good cop/bad cop with him.

Blogger Desiderius May 18, 2016 11:08 PM  

Intuitivereason,

"The tendency to think of everything in terms of the out-group rather than the in-group seems to set up near impermeable barriers to conception."

Could you expand on that notion?

Blogger The Other Robot May 18, 2016 11:10 PM  

Meanwhile, Deirdre "I chopped my bits of" McCloskey has a new book out where in it says:

Know also a remarkable likelihood in our future. Begin with the sober scientific fact that sub-Saharan Africa has great genetic diversity, at any rate by the standard of the narrow genetic endowment of the ancestors of the rest of us, the small part of of the race of Homo sapiens that left Mother Africa in dribs and drabs after about 70,000 BCE…. Any gene-influenced activity is therefore going to have more African extremes. The naturally tallest people and the naturally shortest people, for example, are in sub-Saharan Africa. The naturally quickest long-distance runners are in East Africa. The best basketball players descend from West Africans. In other words, below the Sahara the top end of the distribution of human abilities – physical and intellectual and artistic – is unusually thick. …

Blogger Desiderius May 18, 2016 11:12 PM  

Leo,

"I'm not ready to believe that Trump will actually be good. But I'm ready to believe that it's possible."

It always been possible, it's just not unlikely. Still isn't. Doesn't matter.

What matters is that the GOPe/SJW kiddies are way overdue for a major butt-whupping.

For their own good, at minimum.

He's the only game in town for that.


Blogger The Other Robot May 18, 2016 11:22 PM  

Defense Department spokesperson Lt. Col. Michelle Baldanza said that the U.S. maritime patrol reconnaissance aircraft was flying in a "routine patrol" in international airspace on May 17 when "two tactical aircraft from the People's Republic of China" intercepted the U.S. plane.

You can bet that Lt Col Baldanza is no where near as badass as Lt Col Kratman!

Anonymous Cheddarman May 18, 2016 11:29 PM  

Where is all that intelectual power going to come from when the average iq of the subsaharran African is about 70?

Blogger weka May 18, 2016 11:38 PM  

When does ringo's plan zero come into play? Mecca and Washington will glow for millenia

Blogger pyrrhus May 18, 2016 11:39 PM  

Certainly, if Hillary is elected, there will be blood....

Blogger pyrrhus May 18, 2016 11:39 PM  

But I don't think Hillary can be elected, at least without martial law.

Blogger Elder Son May 18, 2016 11:41 PM  

They shouldn't fear you, or the VFM. They should fear what comes behind us if things don't change.

https://youtu.be/0wlZAlflyeg

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY May 18, 2016 11:42 PM  

71. Were-Puppy May 18, 2016 9:33 PM
"OT: BB has an epic Trolling of Ben Shapiro"
Yes it is. MY sides are about to bust open from laughing so hard!
There's Ben in town, Pizza Party Ben.

Blogger Rusty Fife May 18, 2016 11:44 PM  

Cheddarman wrote:Where is all that intelectual power going to come from when the average iq of the subsaharran African is about 70?

Perhaps it isn't normally distributed; more like a barbell?

Blogger kurt9 May 18, 2016 11:51 PM  

https://alfinnextlevel.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/demography-and-fertility-destiny-and-the-fickle-womb/

Especially consider the following point:

Disruptive Technologies (bio-engineering, 3-D printing, small scale fision and fusion, space development) Will Allow the Creation of “Islands of Competence, Stability, and Prosperity”

More competent and intelligent populations are likely to generate sub-populations of strong, innovative, independent persons that cooperate in networked communities of a resilient and anti-fragile nature. It will become easier to build parallel infrastructure and supply lines for vital needs, and to fuel continued innovative development apart from dysgenic Idiocracies of decline.

Such communites will not be built upon racial, ethnic, or religious foundations, but rather upon a common philosophy of competent future-orientation, expansion, and abundance. Disruptive innovation combined with intelligence, executive function / strength of character, and independent vision free of mainstream groupthink, will lead to a new “diaspora” of Dangerous Children. The demographic nature of such a diaspora will be difficult for present day demographers to comprehend, much less predict.


The alt-right's heart is in the right place. But I think much of it is barking up the wrong tree with its emphasis on race and religion. HBD does suggest relevance of race (cognitive ability and executive function. However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity.

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY May 18, 2016 11:51 PM  

" I'm not short ! "
calm down, midget
" Fuck you , I'm taking my conservative values elsewhere! "
friggin'gold !

Blogger Harold May 18, 2016 11:57 PM  

Trump's release of potential Supreme Court nominees has given me a reason to vote for Trump instead of against Monica Lewinsky's ex-boyfriend's wife, or designated substitute candidate. Still not certain it's going to be her on the ballot in November. What else has he got up his sleeve? I'd love to see some cabinet members.

Blogger intuitivereason May 18, 2016 11:58 PM  

Desiderius wrote:Intuitivereason,

"The tendency to think of everything in terms of the out-group rather than the in-group seems to set up near impermeable barriers to conception."

Could you expand on that notion?


Sure. One of the things I've noted in regards to the way that leftists use language is that it is inherently out-group focussed. So take for instance a program they've been pushing here in Australia called 'Safe Schools', which is about normalising sexually deviant behaviour amongst school kids. Sane people read that and think 'hang on, why are they calling that safe schools when it is all about exposing my (in-group) child to sexual deviancy'. But for the leftist, the name makes perfect sense, as they are focussed on the 'other' or out-group. It is about making schools safe for the sexually deviant. It's a screwed up way of thinking, but if you read SJW/leftist pieces with that notion in mind, it helps in making sense of what they are saying.

The reverse applies when a leftist is reading and writing about a rightist movement. When you read this piece in Commentary, you see these glitches evident where the author has simply failed to grok how or why we think the way we do.

"there is nothing aspirational or positive about Trump, other than his vague and windy promise to “Make America Great Again.”"

I read this as an in-group and wonder what the hell? But do the head shift to out group; Trump offers nothing 'aspirational or positive' for the out-group.

"But what really ties together all these seemingly disparate strands—the neo-reactionary intellectuals, the crude Twitter trolls, the highfalutin white supremacists, and the billionaire presidential candidate—is misanthropy. "

Is there misanthropy in the right? Not at all. At least, not to an in-group focussed individual. Yet to someone who's focus is solely upon the out-group, the right hates _everyone_.

So you get pieces like this which appear to have done substantially more than a cursory reading of the material, yet they cannot get past their inherent out-group focus to see what is obvious to us.

Blogger Rusty Fife May 19, 2016 12:00 AM  

@100

Actually, that looks like it is the answer.

http://www.unz.com/article/the-iq-gap-is-no-longer-a-black-and-white-issue/

Anonymous kfg May 19, 2016 12:01 AM  

"However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity."

Because as a nation is its people, a society is its core beliefs.

Note that the left has fashioned a god of History, a divine plan of Progress, a devil of Capitalism, a paradise of Communism and a liturgy (performed as call and response) to go along with them.

Because that's the way humans, as a group, are and no man, no matter how competent, is an island.

Anonymous Gen. Kong May 19, 2016 12:07 AM  

"He who must not be named"

Rather funny coming from ground zero of a non-existent lobby which cannot be named.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 19, 2016 12:15 AM  

@102 jOHN MOSBY
" I'm not short ! "
calm down, midget
" Fuck you , I'm taking my conservative values elsewhere! "
friggin'gold !
---

I watched it a couple times now, it's still funny!
"Screaming in Conservative values"

Blogger Desiderius May 19, 2016 12:16 AM  



"Because that's the way humans, as a group, are and no man, no matter how competent, is an island."

Aye.

http://www.online-literature.com/donne/409/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17HRV8k1YMw

Blogger Bill May 19, 2016 12:23 AM  

"Ain't No Rest for the Triggered" - Social Justice: The Musical
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwYd5cRlROE

Blogger Dexter May 19, 2016 12:25 AM  

In distinction to Bernie Sanders supporters, who at least know what they want to do with the reigns of power, these people loathe our social and political institutions and offer no alternative.

Nope. Moldbug offered an alternative.

But even if that were true:
A. Bernie supporters loathe our social and political institutions and want to turn us into Venezuela
B. Alt-right loathe our social and political institutions and offer no alternative

I'll pick B every time

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY May 19, 2016 12:27 AM  

108. Were-Puppy
" We can see Benji cannot handle the banter fom his internet friend Milo. "
Oh, Vox is gonna love this, you betcha.

Blogger Dexter May 19, 2016 12:27 AM  

If you oppose the Democrats, it must be due to hate, resentment, racism, and fascist tendencies.

Yawn. Whatever.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 19, 2016 12:28 AM  

Hey jOHN MOSBY, if you check the comments at the BB it is hilarious :P

Someone has unleashed a million Concern Trolls ROFLMAO!

Blogger intuitivereason May 19, 2016 12:32 AM  

Dexter wrote:In distinction to Bernie Sanders supporters, who at least know what they want to do with the reigns of power, these people loathe our social and political institutions and offer no alternative.

Nope. Moldbug offered an alternative.


He did, but that alternative resides outside the Overton window.

Which makes it invisible.

Which is useful.

Anonymous kfg May 19, 2016 12:44 AM  

"Which makes it invisible."

In my youth the first great realization in practical politics I had was: they think they are invisible.

And it puzzled me how anybody could be quite so idiotic as that, so I had to investigate the matter.

That lead me to the realization that, to them, we are invisible, which led me to the law: they always project.

Anonymous Jack Amok May 19, 2016 12:50 AM  

On a football website, a comment section on Sam Bradford delved into a discussion of whether he was Alpha or Beta... or Delta.

Kinda like Big Gay Steve's comment on dot-Indian birth control - Red Pills are getting into the water.

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY May 19, 2016 1:00 AM  

114. Were-Puppy
Yeah the nuts are out in full force, thats for sure.

Blogger John Wright May 19, 2016 1:02 AM  

"How the hell does one say "mglw'nafh" anyway?"

A tertiary vibration of the thorax to give the diphthong its proper fricative, along with a lateral ululation of the dorsal tongue-membranes.

I am not sure how human throats do it, though.

Anonymous Slipstream May 19, 2016 1:13 AM  

@104

That safe schools program is disgusting. I saw a headline the other day about them getting their claws into 7year olds with this garbage. Or the one where they were getting 12 years to review and then write sex ads as an educational experience. All government funded as well....

Blogger random Earth dweller May 19, 2016 1:14 AM  

Populism: The belief that the political and moral instincts of everyday people are normally superior to those of experts.

Call me a populist.

Blogger random Earth dweller May 19, 2016 1:15 AM  

Populism: The belief that the political and moral instincts of everyday people are normally superior to those of experts.

Call me a populist.

Anonymous TheSmokingMan#3424 May 19, 2016 1:31 AM  

3 of the most freeing words in the English language: We Don't Care

Blogger Desiderius May 19, 2016 1:49 AM  

Kurt9,

"However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity."

Because Christianity is true.

Blogger SciVo May 19, 2016 2:06 AM  

@ kurt9: HBD does suggest relevance of race (cognitive ability and executive function. However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity.

Right, our success is just a coincidence. Or maybe there's something about it that resonates with high-trust culture and reinforces teamwork.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 19, 2016 2:31 AM  

HBD does suggest relevance of race (cognitive ability and executive function. However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity.

Because Atheists, when they consider themselves elite and put themselves in charge, always wind up at mass murder. Perfectly predictable to any Christian, but somehow always a surprise to Atheists.

Blogger SciVo May 19, 2016 2:42 AM  

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Anonymous Clay May 19, 2016 3:00 AM  

Just what the hell are you, VD?

Declare it, and get it over with. I've seen you claim this & that...but, what's your deal.

Finish it. Within about 20 words.

Blogger Bob Hughes May 19, 2016 3:15 AM  

This is it. We're just whites who are finally resorting to identity politics. And thus has the mainstream media going into convulsions.

Blogger Shimshon May 19, 2016 3:26 AM  

I remember Kirchick writing hit pieces against Ron Paul in 2008. A genuine piece of excrement. Looks like he's about to experience a far worse nightmare in the guise of President Donald Trump.

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 19, 2016 3:29 AM  

David Goldman aka Spengler on the Death of Neonconservatism

https://pjmedia.com/spengler/2016/05/18/bill-kristol-isnt-a-renegade-jew-just-a-sorehead-throwing-a-public-tantrum/?singlepage=true

Blogger EscapeVelocity May 19, 2016 3:35 AM  

#125

These people think of themselves as so intelligent.

But they cant puzzle out the benefits of Christianity.

Blogger vashine May 19, 2016 3:36 AM  

"Everything is on the table now and anything can happen."

This.

Take control, take responsibility, start taking names, and do not apologize. Millions of innocents will suffer untold suffering if you do not. Evil people, evil communities and tribes and gangs and religions will take control if you do not. You, yours, and your progeny will suffer horrendous things. You will face an angry, righteously pissed-off God if you do not move and act, now.

Do it. Do not hesitate, there is no doubt about who holds the moral and intellectual high ground, who the real producers are, who the real, responsible, loving, and moral adults are. There is no doubt that the governmental and economic systems of the West are broken and 95% a complete joke. The other side has been plundering for years already. They have been ignoring all laws for years now. And then scolding us all for daring to break one tittle of the law. There are no real laws anymore, just influence and leveraging of power, productive resources, manpower, and the media.

Unless you're truly adding to the conversation in an important way, and not merely parroting what others in the alt-right are already saying, or if you're not using the internet to organize others into TAKING ACTION out there in the streets, the cities, the communities, aka the real world, then you need to get off the blogs and the computer and start moving. Especially if you're a Boomer and you're wealthy, but with precious few years of physical energy left. Use it, the money and the energy. Starting taking control, building relationships and infrastructure, and start smashing the enemy in the face in every way you can.

Check in every once in a while for some updates, check the pulse of the world, engage in some occasional, focused, and effective trolling, as per the orders of Our Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil... and then be face-to-face with people. Find the boys, girls, men and women desperate for leadership and a rational voice in their lives. People are awake and waking up. They just need leaders, and to pool resources and efforts effectively. Organize them and show them how things have changed, how their community is theirs to claim and lead. Show the cucks, SJWs, and musloids that the winds have changed. Do it publicly, openly, with bravado. Inspire the others to do the same and take back control of the public spaces.

Trump is proof that such people are in high, high demand. 90% of the people in the world do not buy the bullshit, do not buy the PC and Musloid bullshit. Even those who wield it as a weapon do not believe it, they merely understand that it is a weapon that works beautifully and effectively against the stupid, naive, weak Whites. They openly CANNOT BELIEVE it actually works, and laugh their asses off about it. But they use it ruthlessly and without apology. Because, pure evil. Because they are weak and LOVE the power it gives them over others. And because they have quite literally met ZERO resistance, until now. Vast swaths of humans on this earth have never, ever seen what resistance to their PC bullshit looks like. When they do, even in ONE man or woman on the street, it shocks them a bit. On a large scale, many of them will scatter like cockroaches. The others will blindly double-down and line up for their doom. Easy pickings.

50% of those cucks and SJWs will go completely silent or change their tune almost immediately after meeting more than one shitlord man or woman who publicly shames and mocks them on the street, at a party, in a class, at work, anywhere. I've seen it, heard it. Their shrieking is short-lived. They have no courage. None. And we know they have zero solid arguments for their beliefs. They became who they are because they just follow. They just follow fears. They are the sheeple who will always be sheeple. So scare them into shutting the hell up or falling into line. They will.

Face-to-face. On the streets. If it's not there, the rest doesn't matter.

Blogger Desiderius May 19, 2016 4:07 AM  

Clay,

"Declare it, and get it over with. I've seen you claim this & that...but, what's your deal.

Finish it. Within about 20 words."

Whatever he is, he's unlikely to respond to demands from the likes of you.

Blogger Avraham May 19, 2016 4:10 AM  

One comment said: "European Christendom has a right to exist and to defend itself and promote it's interests."

I would agree with this.

Anonymous Cheddarman May 19, 2016 4:12 AM  

Perhaps we should believe in fairy tales about race and iq

Blogger Jon M May 19, 2016 4:27 AM  

Clay, what are you, illiterate? He said plain as day. From the OP:
Is it really that hard to say "Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil" or "bestselling political philosopher" or even "right wing radical"?

Okay, that is 24 words, but you get three actual identifiers. Happy now?

Blogger ray May 19, 2016 4:50 AM  

#37 -- 'The Left should have kept singing the Lullabies to keep the Giant asleep. The Cuck chorus chimed in. He is awake now'


Yep soft sirenage could have extended the trance mucho. But wicked things only sound beautiful for a spell. Unsustainable. And Sperm Wars Cuckosity re-asserted, caving the ribs of atlas. You can take the load off Fanny, you can put the load on me, or the boys, but you can't create careers from it afterwards, and giggle and backslap at the meal you made of us.

Now it's Unmitigated Shit time and the desperation of the OP article cited shows it. How does it feel to be one of the unbeautiful people?

Blogger Ahazuerus May 19, 2016 5:05 AM  

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11641381

Trump says "rape" in discussion of Clinton and her difficulties with duality.

One gets the impression that the bizarre psychological dissembling, that's been effective for her in the past, just isn't working any more. When asked for comment on Trump's allegations, she said told reporters:

'she had "nothing to say" about Trump "and how he's running his campaign." '

So she's going to campaign for the presidency by pretending she doesn't have a competitor, and doesn't have anything to say about how he's doing his job?

Good luck with that. Because I'd bet he's going to have quite a lot to say about how she's been doing hers.

Blogger Desiderius May 19, 2016 6:21 AM  

intuitivereason,

thx.

Makes sense.

Blogger James Dixon May 19, 2016 6:48 AM  

> Actually, that looks like it is the answer. ... http://www.unz.com/article/the-iq-gap-is-no-longer-a-black-and-white-issue/

All he's discovered is that various African tribes have been selectively breeding for intelligence. And yes, it's inheritable, as long as they only breed within their own group. How do you think we got all of the dog breeds we have?

Blogger intuitivereason May 19, 2016 7:08 AM  

Desiderius wrote:intuitivereason,

thx.

Makes sense.


Not a problem.

Blogger Rusty Fife May 19, 2016 7:48 AM  

James Dixon wrote:All he's discovered is that various African tribes have been selectively breeding for intelligence. And yes, it's inheritable, as long as they only breed within their own group. How do you think we got all of the dog breeds we have?

I.e. 'African' IQ isn't normally distributed. There are multiple modes. Much like speed or height isn't normally distributed in the sub-Sahara.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man May 19, 2016 8:40 AM  

"Unless you're truly adding to the conversation in an important way, and not merely parroting what others in the alt-right are already saying, or if you're not using the internet to organize others into TAKING ACTION out there in the streets, the cities, the communities, aka the real world, then you need to get off the blogs and the computer and start moving."

Outstanding, Vashine! We look forward to you posting your real time experiences in going out on the streets and making a difference!

Because that's what you are going to do, right, as proof of your dedication to the cause?

Blogger Sheila4g May 19, 2016 10:30 AM  

@125 SciVo: "@ kurt9: HBD does suggest relevance of race (cognitive ability and executive function. However, it is not clear to me why the "islands of competence and prosperity" need any particular religion, for example, Christianity.

Right, our success is just a coincidence. Or maybe there's something about it that resonates with high-trust culture and reinforces teamwork."

Substitute "White people" for Christianity in the first quote, and you have my 24 year old libertarian son's argument. He admits that the majority of these "strong, innovative, independent persons that cooperate in networked communities of a resilient and anti-fragile nature" are likely to be White Europeans, but doesn't see the need to restrict such communities to exclude the occasional Asian or Negro outlier. I attribute this to his (relative) youth and remnants of youthful idealism. For those who don't see the necessity of Christianity, I suggest a genuine historical ignorance of Christianity's true power in shaping and nurturing modern civilization.

Blogger DBSFF May 19, 2016 11:49 AM  

Immigration not even mentioned once in the piece.

Anonymous Gen. Kong May 19, 2016 12:05 PM  

Paradigm:
They're using up all the adjectives in the book. If Plan C shows up, they'll have nothing left to say. C'est damage.

They'll like Plan C even less, for a time. Until it morphs into a choice between Plan D and Plan K.

Anonymous patrick kelly May 19, 2016 12:08 PM  

@68 SQT:
SQT wrote:@27 Thanks for pointing that out. Gotta stop referring to the "feels."

You know, like, it feels as if you shouldn't feel the need to be overly apologetic.

Embrace the taunting and teasing of the ilk, it will make you stronger, or at least entertain you. Also inspires me to enjoy more gunz'n'whiskey.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 19, 2016 12:35 PM  

@133 vashine

I had a dream of what you are describing a couple nights ago

Blogger RobertT May 19, 2016 1:29 PM  

Was the "pickup-artist" or “seduction community" the birthing ground of the alt right. Me thinks so.

Blogger kurt9 May 19, 2016 1:33 PM  

For those who don't see the necessity of Christianity, I suggest a genuine historical ignorance of Christianity's true power in shaping and nurturing modern civilization.

Civilization is indeed built by those with cognitive ability and executive function, which can be defined as an amalgamation of future time orientation, self-reliance, delayed gratification, impulse control, etc.). Presumably, you are suggesting that Christianity is useful in promulgating these traits. Lets say I buy this argument, I can come up with two other possibilities.

One, HBD, which is the one of the foundational tenets of alt-right, presumes these aforementioned personality traits to be innate rather than learned. Would this not reduce the importance of any particular religion in fostering such traits?

Two, supposing we come up with a new meme, like say some variant of libertarian transhumanism for the sake of argument, that does an even better job at promulgating the aforementioned personality traits (IQ and executive function) as well as innovation, entrepreneurship, and overall productive accomplishment. Would not that new meme be superior to Christianity and thus its logical successor?

I view the alt-right as one of several different concepts for building societies based on competence and prosperity. Of course there are others. I'm not convinced that the alt-right is the single best approach. I'm not convinced that there is a single best approach. I can tell you that the alt-right is certainly not the best option for myself, although I am sympathetic with it.

Because that's the way humans, as a group, are and no man, no matter how competent, is an island.

If you read carefully, you will note the mention of networks in my posting. Of course no man is an island. The "islands" network with each other and, thus, are not truly islands.

Because Atheists, when they consider themselves elite and put themselves in charge, always wind up at mass murder. Perfectly predictable to any Christian, but somehow always a surprise to Atheists.

It seems to me that any meme that does not recognize individual self-ownership and autonomy has the potential to degenerate into mass murder. I have always held that the notion the individual does not own his/her own self and life is the philosophical root of all tyranny (and by extension mass murder). No one has been able to challenge this assertion.

Blogger RobertT May 19, 2016 1:34 PM  

“The alpha does not qualify himself to women, ever. He expects women to qualify themselves to him.”

This may come as a surprise, but they willingly do. Women have an innate need to qualify themselves. One utterance is all it takes. Just keep your mouth shut and watch them dance around like a bug on a hot stove. Too many men are deathly afraid of silence.

Blogger RobertT May 19, 2016 1:36 PM  

"Trump and the alt-right want to break everything and watch the world burn..."

OK. I can go there.

Blogger RobertT May 19, 2016 1:43 PM  

Believe it or not, and some times it's hard to accept, but there's no such thing as bad press. Living in Italy makes you relatively insulated against U.S. bad press, so it's even less of an issue for you. But if you want the notoriety and they don't name you, then it's up to you to hang your name on their utterances.

Blogger Were-Puppy May 19, 2016 3:56 PM  

@152 RobertT

One utterance is all it takes. Just keep your mouth shut and watch them dance around like a bug on a hot stove. Too many men are deathly afraid of silence.
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So true. I often get the question - "Is there any reason you are not talking to me?"

As if I could get a word in edgewise, if I tried :P

Blogger James Dixon May 19, 2016 7:59 PM  

> They'll like Plan C even less, for a time. Until it morphs into a choice between Plan D and Plan K.

Plan D/K is followed by Plan 9 from Outer Space. That will have them begging for mercy.

Anonymous George of the Jungle May 19, 2016 11:58 PM  

There is a logical rationalization for every evil under the sun, and leftists know every damn one of them.

Anonymous Bo Sears May 21, 2016 10:42 PM  

For the fearful that Trump will seize and abuse power extra-Constitutionally, all we have to notice after his inauguration is that he will rescind all of Clinton's, Bush's, and Obama's extra-legal executive orders, notices, and guidelines. That simple act of rescission will be itself the seizure of an enormous power and authority by setting his own precedent for extra-Constitutional acts. He will not only have Clinton's and Bush's and Obama's extraordinary acts to demonstrate his own powers, but he will be able to build enormously on his own extra-legal acts by rescission of all those orders, notices, and guidelines. (It is a little bit like the passive-aggressive nature of Madison v. Marbury.) Talk about handing power over, Trump will have a field day. Hope he has a notion of restraint tucked in there somewhere.

Blogger Akulkis May 23, 2016 12:26 PM  

"And regardless of who wins, a Civil War is never happy for anyone."

If we have a civil war, I won't be happy, but I *will* get satisfaction. There's more than enough deserving targets around here.

Blogger Akulkis May 23, 2016 12:42 PM  

"Plan C is going to be wild. I don't look forward to Plan C."

Plan C is I expend every round of ammo in my posesion, on every liberal/progressive/communist/otherwise-corrupt politician in the area, and their voters, until I have no more ammo, and can obtain no more, and then I continue on, using mounted bayonet.

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