On my moral inferiors

Recently a regular visitor let me know by email that he was dismayed because of my wish to exterminate those who trade by skinning alive some poor animals. He merely wanted to close the Chinese factories that supply more than half of the fur garments for sale in the corrupt, deranged West. This is my response:

I am not the monster. Those who don’t harbor exterminationist fantasies are the moral Neanderthals compared to me.

Take as an example my recent posts on pre-Hispanic Amerinds. In the last one a disturbing possibility was raised by the author of an academic paper (take heed that this is an establishment source): Several Maya skulls show marks of sharp and unhealed cuts, particularly around the eye sockets, which suggests that some of these individuals might have been flayed before the sacrifice. The presence of women and children among these skulls mean that even they, not only mature men, might have suffered a horrible death, like what still happens today in the Chinese fur factories.

I usually don’t get comments on my pre-Columbian posts, perhaps because the unearthed data sheds light onto such ghastly history that it makes it difficult to digest. But if we dare to see that the same is happening today to some animals, the emergent individual who approaches these subjects can only see those who avoid it as intellectual cowards. Why? Because the whole subject of white survival depends upon regaining a self-image that puts whites above the other races from the moral—i.e., the development of empathy—standpoint, especially empathy toward women, children and our cousins, the animals.

After my previous post on Maya sacrifice I have read another academic paper in the book El Sacrificio Humano (28 authors), this one by Vera Tiesler and Andrea Cucina, a chapter with nine pages of bibliographical references of specialized literature. (*)

Tiesler and Cucina let us know that modern Mayanists are using, in addition to the Spanish chronicles and the iconographic evidence of pre-Columbian art, the science of taphonomy (analysis of skeletons) as tangible evidence of human sacrifice in the Maya civilization.


On pages 199-200 the authors mention the techniques that the Maya used in their practices, now corroborated by taphonomy: the victim could have been shot by arrows or lapidated, his or her throat or nape could have been cut or broken, his or her heart could have been extracted either through the diaphragm or through the thorax; could have suffered multiple and fatal lacerations, or incinerated, disemboweled or skinned or dismembered. The body remains could have been eaten or used as trophies, or used in the manufacture of percussion instruments.

The authors deduce this by direct, physical evidence of the studied skeletons (or other remains) and they also mention a form of sacrifice that I had not heard of: the offering of human faces in the context of the influence on the Mayas by the Xipe Totec deity, “Our Lord the Flayed One,” who was widely worshipped at the north, in central Mexico.

Tiesler and Cucina also point out to other kind of physical evidence in the Maya civilization (that I already had mentioned in The Return of Quetzalcoatl): many skeletons with sacrificial marks have been found at the bottom of the cenotes of sacrifice. On page 206 they include the illustration of some Maya dignitaries showing off on their “uniforms” inverted heads such as the one I already added in my entry on pre-Columbia Oaxaca. The news is that a skeleton has been found of an individual showing on his thorax a human mask that hanged from his belt when he was alive.

On page 209 the authors let us know that the Mayas even sacrificed animals, and include an illustration of a jaguar surrounded in flames. They don’t say if the animal was alive when sacrificed; and on page 211 they tell of “an elevated percentage of child, adolescent and female victims whose cadavers used to be, also, the object of ritual manipulation.” In the same page appears a Maya depiction of a decapitated woman, and on page 215 a photo is reproduced of a perforated thorax suggesting that the body remains might have been used as manikins “with the objective of a terrifying display of institutional power.” They also suggest that the sacrifices might have been still performed long after the Spanish Conquest, albeit “clandestinely and increasingly resorting to animal substitutes.”

This makes my point beautifully. If you forbid a barbarous practice in a primitive race the violence will be displaced, not eradicated.

The sacrificial victims are now the animals. Remember my entry where I mentioned the case of recent torture of bunnies in Mexico? The reason why I speak with haughty contempt of non-exterminationists (“my moral inferiors”) is because they are afraid of taking their premises to their logical, commonsensical conclusion. It is not enough to close the Chinese skinning factories or the Mexican slaughter houses. To put an absolute end to such practices with no further displacement you got to wipe out the entire psychoclass behind such cruelties. (Cf. my views on psychohistory to grasp the meaning of the term “psychoclass” and also the last pages of Pierce’s The Turner Diaries.)


(*) “Sacrificio, Tratamiento y Ofrenda del Cuerpo Humano entre los Mayas Peninsulares,” in López Luján, Leonardo & Guilhem Olivier (2010): El Sacrificio Humano en la Tradición Religiosa Mesoamericana [Human Sacrifice in the Mesoamerican Religious Tradition]. Mexico City, Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas. ISBN 978-607-484-076-6. OCLC 667990552. (Spanish)


  1. Keen incite Checar in the atavistic traits of Mexicans towards their domesticated animals and each other. However, I doubt that it would surprise many Mexicans today. Witness the brutal killings of hundreds of “aspirantes” found dead in San Fernando, Tamps. several years ago and the brutal sociopathic slayings of the illegal who rode the rails through the US murdering people when he would jump off the train and visit the nearest houses seeking victims. These traits are in their DNA! And they know it.

  2. A race of people is no better than the way it treats animals–dogs, cats, horses, chickens, geese–no matter the species. Kindness toward animals seems to be inherent only in the white race, perhaps because whites were the first to establish a friendship/partnership with the dog thousands of years ago. As to the Chinese and Mexicans, it is best to act so as to cut them off economically by refusing to purchase any goods from those countries when there is a choice available.

  3. Hmm I’m skeptical.

    I’ve seen the video of the Chinese skinning the dogs alive, but I’ve also seen a video of a baboon eating a gazelle’s leg while it was still conscious. Schopenhauer proposed that for nearly all creatures the amount of pain they feel over the course of their lifespan greatly exceeds the amount of pleasure, and that seems accurate to me.

    The ultimate move against suffering would be to poison the earth so completely that sentient life is incapable of surviving on it, with our race either living alone in mineshafts like in Dr. Strangelove or just saying to hell with it and dying from the fallout. Most people, however, want to abandon utilitarianism when it reaches that point.

    If the existence of baboons and gazelles is worth the pain their existence brings, might not this be true of the non-White humans as well? After all, even the bunnies kill and rob industrious plants without remorse.

    • I knew of baboons eating Thompson gazelles alive. Together with the group of orcas who hunt drown young whales only to tear their tongues off, those baboons are in my extermination list too (as are many arachnids, dangerous serpents and poisonous medusas in Australia’s beaches).

      Plants don’t have nervous system when a rabbit eats them: it is a total different reality.

      You also seem to be confusing the suffering by natural causes (disease, old age, death, the loss of the loved one, etc.) with the excruciating pain caused by Sadist cultures, like the Maya civilization.

      The only equivalent to what the Amerinds and other non-whites did are those serial killers of today who take pleasure while murdering their victims sadistically for no other purpose than causing excruciating pain. You don’t have to exterminate all the species of the Earth to get rid of the serial killers of today, or dispatching the Amazon tribes who still bury their children alive. Totally distinct kind of sufferings: natural and the one caused by the Sadists.

      The real paradigm is not Dr Strangelove but a novel of Clarke (the same author that Kubrick would also film after his Dr Strangelove). Before his film 2001 Kubrick read Childhood’s End where Karellen, a powerful space visitor, puts an ultimatum to earthlings:

      “Once and for all,” said Stormgren [Secretary-General of UN] angrily, “let me make my position perfectly clear. Karellen is working for a united world, and I’ll do nothing to help his enemies. What his ultimate plans may be, I don’t know, but I believe that they are good.”

      ‘What real proof have we of that?”

      “All his actions, ever since his ships appeared in our skies. I defy you to mention one act that, in the ultimate analysis, hasn’t been beneficial.” Stormgren paused for a moment, letting his mind run back through the past years. Then he smiled.

      “If you want a single proof of the essential—how shall I put it? —benevolence of the Overlords, think of that cruelty-to-animals order which they made within a month of their arrival. If I had any doubts about Karellen before, that banished them—even though that order has caused me more trouble than anything else he’s ever done!”

      That was scarcely an exaggeration, Stormgren thought. The whole incident had been an extraordinary one, the first revelation of the Overlords’ hatred of cruelty. That, and their passion for justice and order, seemed to be the dominant emotions in their lives—as far as one could judge them by their actions.

      And it was the only time Karellen bad shown anger, or at least the appearance of anger. “You may kill one another if you wish,” the message had gone, “and that is a matter between you and your own laws. But if you slay, except for food or in self-defence, the beasts that share your world with you—then you may be answerable to me.”

      No one knew exactly how comprehensive this ban was supposed to be, or what Karellen would do to enforce it. They had not long to wait.

      The Plaza de Toros was full when the matadors and their attendants began their professional entry. Everything seemed normal: the brilliant sunlight blazed harshly on the traditional costumes, the great crowd greeted its favourites as it had a hundred times before. Yet here and there faces were turned anxiously towards the sky, to the aloof silver shape fifty kilometres above Madrid.

      Then the picadors had taken up their places and the bull had come snorting out into the arena. The skinny horses, nostrils wide with terror, had wheeled in the sunlight as their riders forced them to meet their enemy. The first lance flashed-made contact—and at that moment came a sound that had never been heard on Earth before.

      It was the sound of ten thousand people screaming with the pain of the same wound—ten thousand people who, when they bad recovered from the shock, found themselves completely unharmed. But that was the end of that bull-fight, and indeed of all bull-fighting, for the news spread rapidly. It is worth recording that the aficionados were so shaken that only one in ten asked for their money back, and also that the London Daily Mirror made matters much worse by suggesting that the Spaniards adopt cricket as a new national sport.

      • I’d just as soon let the baboons and orcas be, and hold their actions on their own conscience; trying to be the savannah police sounds like it would drive us insane.

        The problem is that we can’t section off the non-White hominids so easily, barring the most primitive. We’ve greatly increased their numbers, and altered the nature of their societies. The Orientals in particular are unlikely to forget anything we’ve taught them, though at least they’re also the race most likely to see reason.

        I’d like to see some variant of Karellen’s method used in animal research. Not an entire transference of pain, but at least a fraction; maybe then people would rethink some of their brilliant experiment ideas. Part of me wants to ban the sale of meat entirely, but there would be a lot of complications to that.

        As far as plants go, I’d rather painfully kill a rodent than painlessly kill an oak (assuming I don’t need wood/fur). So I don’t discount them entirely, nor would I ignore living-as-such and consider only the experience of pain or pleasure to be morally relevant (which is probably why I’m anti-doomsday).

      • I have killed rodents myself and they did experience pain. And yes: I would put an oak tree far above a rat; but to experience pain is an issue if you fall in the hands of sadists like the Mayas (or if you are an animal, in the hands of the Chinese).

        Of course that Western animal experimentation should be forbidden (I’d also kill the perps). But the point is that animals die horribly in Mexico’s slaughterhouses compared to the slaughterhouses in the US.

        And I do predict a doomsday. My goal here in WDH is to prepare the race for the day after Mother Nature dispatches 5 billion of humans in the hope that Pierce’s dream of an all-white world will become a reality. That is: after 50 to 90 years of energy devolution and the subsequent death of those billions, the surviving whites will have already transvaluated the Neochristian values to the point of being axiologically free to ethnically cleanse the world from what is left on non-whites.

        That’s as bold a dream as Karellen’s hidden plan for mankind… But that desire reflects in absolute purity who I really am (in the sense of Desire, not of Power of course).

  4. “If you forbid a barbarous practice in a primitive race the violence will be displaced, not eradicated.”

    Very insightful. The same principle applies to certain individuals, and primitive pschoclasses in general.

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