On Yellowstone fantasies

I recently said that I would no longer visit racialist sites because they do not honour Uncle Adolf’s memory. But that doesn’t prevent me from clicking on those who link this site, generally the comments section, to see if they are not saying something false about me.

Recently, in a Unz Review discussion thread, an anon from Tennessee tagged as ‘scum’ Hitler’s fans who comment on that webzine. It is unnecessary to link such a comment but I would like to clarify a few things.

If the white man does not resurrect his old archetypes and memory of their heroes, as the Nazis wanted to resurrect them, he is doomed to extinction. And that means honouring figures who fell in the fight, like Leonidas, Hermann and Hitler, not just the winners.

The admins of the white nationalist sites I no longer want to visit are not resurrecting those archetypes. On the contrary: they are possessed—remember that Jung said that archetypes can take possession of the human soul—by a Semitic archetype, the Jesus who preaches universal love.

The last time I checked the WN sites, there was a debate between two sides: those who are in favour of the covid-19 lockdown for humanitarian reasons, and their libertarian opponents. I said that this discussion strikes me as Byzantine. The former follow the archetype of the loving Jesus who doesn’t want anyone to die, not even the white trash of today. The latter believe in lunatic conspiracy theories, and have not realised that the Americanist cult of individualism is directly related to the darkest hour in the West.

Do these misnamed white nationalists honour representations in their homes of Leonidas and Hermann, or do they have representations of the crucified rabbi? And if they don’t honour the fallen Aryans of the past but this fallen Jew, how will they have images of the heroes who still lived when my parents were children?

The Jews honour their heroes. But many Aryans who comment on Unz Review and other racialist forums apparently hate them. No wonder old Sebas Ronin dreams of Yellowstone exploding as the only way for these Judaized Americans to rethink their ways…

Covid-19 vs. the 1st Amendment?

Further to my previous post. As Tucker Carlson said yesterday, big tech companies are using covid-19* to increase their censorship power over the American population. The First Amendment is no longer fashionable. I don’t know if the two books I mentioned a couple of days ago will no longer be available through Lulu but, as I said here in the comments section, we need our own publishing house.
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(*) My take on the Chinese coronavirus is that I disagree with the lockdowns. All people should simply wear facemasks on the street and at work, as in Czechoslovakia.

Published in: on April 29, 2020 at 10:08 am  Comments (7)  

Prognosticator extraordinaire

Or:

Winter is coming

I have said that I would not visit the forums of racialist Americans who fail to condemn what Uncle Sam did to Uncle Adolf the century they were born. But that doesn’t mean I am prohibited from seeing what Sebastian E. Ronin said today on his Facebook page, as this German-speaking Canadian does condemn what Uncle Sam did. This is what Ronin said today about covid-19:

The highest cases per one million is registered by Spain at 4,367. Amerika, by comparison, is at 2,475. Herd immunity would require 80 percent of any given population, i.e., for Spain roughly 37 millions, for Amerika roughly 260 millions; global 6.2 billions. Precautions are slowly being wound down. The second wave, whenever it hits, will be vicious, as was the second wave of the Spanish Flu.

It will be funny to see how Reality hits the racialist flu bros next winter…

Published in: on April 22, 2020 at 5:36 pm  Comments (6)  

Lady revisited

If there is something that draws my attention from the pundits of white nationalism it is that they make reviews of recent films omitting that, unlike the cinema of yesteryear, they are pure poison for the white race. For example, in this quarantine millions of whites are actively poisoning their souls with Netflix and few complain.

In contrast yesterday I finished watching, once again, My Fair Lady of which I had already written something on this site in 2013.

Like classical music, it is a type of cinema that the younger generations of white advocacy are not only incapable of watching on the big screen, but even incapable to appreciate if they obtained the DVD to watch it on their televisions.

The disconnect between the pundits of the alt-right with the traditional legacy of the seventh art is so enormous that, when they opine about an old movie, they can say things that only reflect their ignorance. Not long ago, for example, commenting on my favourite film 2001: A Space Odyssey, in a conversation with Richard Spencer a certain Mark, a Hollywood expert, interpreted absurd things about the intentions of Kubrick. I know they are absurd because I have studied Arthur Clarke’s philosophy since the 1980s and read his biography, and Kubrick’s too, so I know the message of his most famous sci-fi novels thoroughly. (I even exchanged correspondence with Clarke in the 1990s, who was very impressed by a journal I sent him as it mentioned the obituary of a certain Benson Herbert, whom he had not dealt with since before World War II.)

But I wanted to talk about something else. One of the reasons this site doesn’t talk about news is because after a few days the media sometimes picks up info that the most radical bloggers had already said on their websites. For example, some of my recent posts mention that the Chinese virus may have come out of a Wuhan lab. I didn’t imagine, when I posted it, that Hannity would talk about it on Fox News soon after, inviting senators who also show their outrage about how these revelations change our views on the pandemic. I could have kept my policy of not talking about that kind of news. But the thing is, I never expected the MSM to bring up the lab scandal so soon. So I generally prefer to talk about things that won’t be said in the mainstream media.

What I experienced these nights before going to bed, for example, watching some minutes of My Fair Lady every midnight until after a few nights I finished it, is a subject not only that won’t appear on MSM but also on racialist forums. And it’s important to talk about it because in these times of lockdown racially conscious whites could try to start getting acquainted with the old cinema that contained good messages (recently I was talking about the movie Shane for example).

If there’s one thing I liked about My Fair Lady now that I saw it once more it’s that it reminds me of the days when men were men and women women (when Hollywood and TV now re-enact older times they put women as early feminists). Ever since I saw My Fair Lady as a child I have loved the idea of learning to speak English—real English—through phonetic exercises: the passion of Professor Henry Higgins. The original musicality of Shakespeare’s language should be a goal to be achieved in the ethnostate, in the unlikely event that Anglo-Saxons save their stock from extinction.

Published in: on April 17, 2020 at 10:44 am  Comments (10)  

What a beast!

1) Even Fox News is now saying that covid-19 escaped from a Wuhan lab.

2) Instead of clinging to libertarianism, the flu bros, who increasingly resemble the 9/11 truthers, should listen to today’s episode that Chris Martenson titled ‘What a beast!’ referring to the virus, who also talks about how the economic damage has really just begun.

3) This English doc isn’t race-wise and suffers from out-group altruism, but he still gives sound prophylactic advice against the virus, already mentioned on this site. Whoever doesn’t want to listen to the whole video of the old man can only watch the first couple of minutes, when he summarises his advice.

Published in: on April 15, 2020 at 10:07 pm  Comments Off on What a beast!  

Wuhan, two years ago

First and last paragraph of today’s article ‘State Department cables warned of safety issues at Wuhan lab studying bat coronaviruses’ on Washington Post:

Two years before the novel coronavirus pandemic upended the world, U.S. Embassy officials visited a Chinese research facility in the city of Wuhan several times and sent two official warnings back to Washington about inadequate safety at the lab, which was conducting risky studies on coronaviruses from bats […].

“I don’t think it’s a conspiracy theory. I think it’s a legitimate question that needs to be investigated and answered,” he said. “To understand exactly how this originated is critical knowledge for preventing this from happening in the future.”

No, it isn’t a conspiracy theory.

Published in: on April 14, 2020 at 9:16 pm  Comments (3)  

Covid-19 attacks our immune system!

Recent findings say that, like HIV, covid-19 also attacks the T-cells: the cells that protect us against viral invasions. Definitively, this is not just the flu. This is what Chris Martenson says today about this new research:

The covid-19 virus, while incredibly tiny, continues to confound researchers with the myriad ways in which it can wreak havoc in the human body. Today’s surprise is that the virus may have a completely second pathway, separate from targeting ACE2 receptors, for attack. New research indicates that, similar to HIV, covid-19 compromises the immune system’s T-cells and “turns off” their protective function, allowing the virus to replicate without interference.

What I find most intriguing is the open question if the virus was deliberately synthesised in a Chinese lab. What I fear is the coming winter, as the coronavirus seems to like cold weather and sooner or later people will have to break the quarantine looking for jobs and food. Those who the McSpencer group criticised yesterday are saying that people are overreacting to a non-doomsday event. But a convergence of catastrophes—this HIV-like virus and the possibility that the economic crash also occurs in winter—could be a game changer.

Whatever happens to the economy, if covid-19 attacks the T cells as HIV does, this sounds like an engineered bio-weapon. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck… As a commenter of Martenson’s video said: ‘Wuhan Institute of Virology: “Lets take SARS, hybridize it with a bat-only SARS-like corona virus which is more durable, add in some HIV receptors and we’ll call it “vaccine research”, yeah, that’s what we’ll do’.

Now comes to my mind the first days when this exploded in China and the virus had not reached the West. A news item that I didn’t understand then is that the Chinese were treating the virus (not yet called covid-19) with AIDS medication.

I blame Christianity for the pandemic. Those who have seen the videos that I have been linking will remember one that I put in ‘A Chinese Dr. Peters?’ The report openly spoke of the tremendous help the Chinese received from Western laboratories for a mysterious investigation they were doing in Wuhan. As Mark Brown said on the Martenson Channel, ‘Here are millions of taxpayer dollars to help your research, China’.

A few months ago the subtitle of this blog read: ‘Christian love is murdering the white race’, and I think it would still be a valid subtitle for the POV of The West’s Darkest Hour. Compared to the JQ, out-group altruism is the real killer: it directly targets whites’ immune system leaving them helpless against malicious non-whites, be they Jews or Gooks.

McSpencer and conspiracies

The Eye of Providence, or the all-seeing eye of God,
seen here on the US$1 bill, has been taken by some
to be evidence of a conspiracy involving the founders
of the United States and the Illuminati.

It is generally boring to listen to the McSpencer Group. But in their podcast yesterday, starting here, they talked about the mental illness that has been plaguing the dissident right. What Richard Spencer says about Rush Limbaugh we could apply to Ramzpaul as well.

Speaking about the covid-19 conspiracy theories, after the 21st minute Morgoth and Spencer observed how the most obvious contradictions among theorists don’t seem to cause in them any doubt. For example, they are not bothered by the discrepancy of some of them saying that no one is infected with the coronavirus with the other theory, that twenty million Chinese have already died. What they cannot tolerate is what is said in the media (see this quote from Hunter Wallace).

This reminds me of the controlled demolition theorists on 9/11. They are not at all bothered by the other theory that competes with theirs: that the twin towers were toppled by lightning bolts fired from the stratosphere from machines. Likewise, those who promote this nutty theory are not bothered by the competitive theory of controlled demolition. Laser beams from space that look like a science-fiction tale are acceptable. Osama bin Laden as the most parsimonious explanation? God forbid!

After the 24th minute Spencer observed something typical of conspiracy theories: the belief that the elites are omnipotent and almighty (this is common in what we call paleologic thinking). The message from the McSpencer Group podcast appears to be that the libertarians’ allergy to the state clouds their view of the facts. But then they started answering the superchat and the discussion got boring.

There was an exception. After the 55th minute Spencer once again talked about conspiracy theories and said that people like Alex Jones overestimate the elites, as if they were perfect chess players who have everything under control. After the 57th minute Keith mentioned the conspiracy theories about 9/11 and Morgoth also mentioned theories about the JFK assassination. They, along with Spencer, also scoffed at the conspiracy theories about the aliens controlling us.

But after 1:19 Spencer is ignorant about the coming economic crisis. He is right that what happens in his country will affect the rest of the West. He is also right, as he said after 1:25, that the power of the American hegemony lies in NATO, the interventions in the Middle East, and having the dollar as the reserve currency. But he ignores that, after the recent events, the days of his reserve currency are numbered.

Ten years ago Spencer used to listen to Austrian economists. He no longer does.

Published in: on April 13, 2020 at 11:51 am  Comments (5)  

Quote about covid-19

‘As for the Dissident Right, it seems that some people have adopted the irrational position of always taking the exact opposite position of anything the media says, which is just as dumb as believing the sun is brightly shining outside because the news says that it is raining’.

—Hunter Wallace

Published in: on April 11, 2020 at 11:09 am  Comments (6)  

Greg Johnson on the coronavirus

Ferdinand Bardamu’s long and important essay on Christianity appears in The Fair Race. On the coronavirus as a subject, of the in-depth articles that have been published to date in the racialist forums, I only recommend the article by Bardamu on The Occidental Observer, and the one that Greg Johnson published today in Counter-Currents. Johnson wrote:

Extreme classical liberals don’t believe it is legitimate for the government to do anything for the common good, because they don’t believe that collectives exist or have interests that are legitimately pursued by the state. Thus their reaction to the globalvirus is the same as their reaction to any other collective problem: simple denial. Denialism comes in two flavors: vanilla economism and tutti frutti conspiracy theories.

Since we have a Republican administration, when intelligence reports about the globalvirus outbreak in China started coming in as early as November, they fell on deaf ears. Apparently there was not a single populist who cared about the American people anywhere to be found in the Trump administration, just business boosters who wanted to protect the economy from people who feared drowning in their own bodily fluids. And, because Republicans are not just greedy and stupid but also cowardly, they were well aware that any attempt to restrict travel from China would be decried as “racism” by the Left. Hence they decided to go with the “It’s just the flu, bro” narrative.

If Hillary Clinton were in office, the result would have been exactly the same, because she is 100% owned by the oligarchy. Her rationalizations would simply have put greater emphasis on anti-racism.

However, the criticism I made of Bardamu can be made to Johnson as well. Bardamu and Johnson are well aware of what the virus earthquake means, but neither is aware of the economic tsunami approaching their beaches: the real killer, as unlike the virus it will affect the hundred percent of westerners.

This is unsurprising. Hardly anyone in the racialist forums has followed Austrian economists closely, whose message I have been promoting since 2011 on this blog, and more so now that their predictions have finally begun to come true.

The only content creator I know who masters both topics—the coronavirus and why cash will become trash—is Chris Martenson. While Martenson’s latest videos are all about the coronavirus, there is also the older ‘crash course’ videos on his channel. For a brief intro to the course see, e.g., here.