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Philosophy / Dreaming Of Your Love
« on: July 13, 2017, 08:50:52 PM »
Rare to find this level of complexity in popular music lyrics:

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Your soul is calling me
I see the full moon high above
I am closing my eyes
And I'm dreaming of your love

You're so far away from me
I am pain and agony
And you think that between us stands my belief
You're right with this, we're both alone
Tell me - what shall I do?
Forever I am Satan's son, forever I love you

I love you, I look up, see you in Heaven high above
It hurts, it hurts, I close my eyes
I'm dreaming of your love
Take me as I am
As I will take you as you are
Sign of your love, infinity
Waxing up in dark

My trial has been without success
Forever Satan's son
And you, daughter of God
In my dreams, we live as one

Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming of your love
I love you! I am dreaming, dreaming of your love
Dreaming, dreaming, dreaming of your love
I love you! I am dreaming, dreaming

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Politics / Extra-political Definitions of The Left
« on: February 18, 2017, 02:11:46 AM »
We know what Leftism is as a philosophy: egalitarianism, which rapidly branches into the subsidy state because egalitarianism does not work.

However, it makes more sense to take a Nietzschean view. The Left are people; these people have certain mental, social and biological dysfunctions that make them what they are.

A few general terms: carnies, neurotics, grifters, parasites.

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Politics / Staring down the barrels of collapse
« on: November 23, 2016, 11:59:44 AM »
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The theme that connects the projects is survival in a really dark world. Its a weird Hobbesian perspective about survival in a world that's out to crush you economically and mentally ; a world that wants to enslave you to your job, girlfriend, government, and church. All the bands I was in since Dawning are essentially about the dawn of a new Dark Age. Dawning and Pale Existence reflected the mystical side of descent. While Nothing Left and NGOP are more of the tangible side of societal decay.

This new Dark Age globally is something we have seen unfolding before our very eyes, as so much of the globe is currently descending into chaos and tyranny. Whether its in the Middle East with ISIS, and the Sauds pounding Yemen, or in the liberal ghettos of America with weird social justice riots every time you watch the news: dis-order and decay are taking precedent over renewal and advancement. My bands have been attempts to look at reality without a rosy lens, and free of any strict traditional ideology.

It actually wouldn't make sense spending tons of money to produce music about survival. That's like wearing really expensive designer jeans with all the holes in the knees tailored in. Survival is a mental thing that involves mind over matter. In reality you can build a clay shelter with a simple shovel and survive. Most of what society wants us to spend on is a result of being bred us as consumer/workers.

http://www.doom-metal.com/interviews.php?entry=1400

It seems to me this point is missed by many if not most Alt Right sources: our civilization is in a state of internal decline. This cannot be fixed with political action alone, but action in parallel across politics, culture and knowledge. Those can reinforce each other as well.

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Politics / Donald Trump Wins -- Now What?
« on: November 13, 2016, 09:01:21 PM »
I am glad that we avoided the Leftist criminal Hillary Clinton who would have immediately demographically replaced us, as well as the conservative cuckolds and the insane Bernie Sanders.

Trump is a symbolic victory first, in that European self-interest spoke its name, as it did with Brexit, and its supporters did not back down from the trained monkey Leftist cries of "racist," "sexist," "Islamophobe" and "homophobe."

The precious socially-correct types all lost out.

What Trump needs now is a high-power force behind him that pushes him toward greater degrees of extremity. He has Congress on his side, in theory, and a massive popular mandate for change.

If I had one target to point at, it would be affirmative action and similar non-discrimination laws.

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Politics / Varg Vikernes on Baby Boomers/The Me Generation/1968ers
« on: October 30, 2016, 11:34:20 AM »
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We no longer live with nature, but against it. I hope that I can learn enough to make a difference for my children, and that they will be able to read these signs that for all of my life were completely invisible. And they were of course because my parent generation, the Boomers, ruined everything and tossed all our knowledge, all our traditions, in the bin because they only wanted comfort to make more money.

https://youtu.be/M00hatCdNkk?t=10m18s

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Politics / The Alt Right (Alternative Right)
« on: October 29, 2016, 12:39:46 AM »
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The Alt Right rose, then tried to figure out what it was. It knew a general direction, which was that it said the stuff that the mainstream Right wanted to but could not and still keep its jobs, but beyond that, it was confused.

It arose from a mishmash of philosophies. The New Right, Traditionalism, White Nationalism, Paleoconservatives, Neoreaction, Nietzschean conservatives and Dark Enlightenment met in a blender.

http://www.amerika.org/politics/the-alt-right/

Hits all the major issues and cites enough stuff to keep you reading for weeks.

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Philosophy / Introduction To Nihilism
« on: October 29, 2016, 12:32:38 AM »
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Among the possibilities that scare humans the most, the potentiality of no meaning — no inherent values, no innate truths, and no possibility of accurate communication — unnerves us the most. It means that we are truly alone with nothing to rely on but ourselves for understanding this vast world and what we should do in it. This belief is called nihilism.

Nihilism rejects the ideas of universalism, rationalism and empiricism which have ruled the West for centuries. These ideas arise from our social impulses, or the desire to include others as a group and motivate them with what is perceived as objective truth.

Universalism holds that all people are essentially the same, and therefore that values are a matter of respecting the choices of each person, truth is what can be verified in a way a group can understand, and communication relies on words which have immutable meaning. Rationalism supposes that the workings our minds can tell us what is true in the world without testing, and implies universalism, or that the workings of our minds are all the same. Empiricism, now linked to its cousin logical positivism, states that truth is only found in observable and testable, replicable observations.

https://manticorepress.net/2016/10/21/nihilism-an-introduction-by-brett-stevens/

This address the confusion people have over nihilism, dark organizations and the black pill.

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Tobacco / The Metal Mixtures
« on: August 28, 2016, 05:49:12 PM »


Part of the journey into appreciation of the pipe as an activity — the familiarity, the rituals, the marking of time, the enjoyment — is to mix your own tobacco from pre-existing components. This can be great fun and a huge challenge. As part of that journey, I uncovered a number of mixtures which are both pleasant to smoke and economical. - The Metal Mixtures

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Culture / Cultural Revolution
« on: August 19, 2016, 11:35:28 AM »
A reader writes:

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I think there has to be some sort of cultural revolution too, which makes classical culture dominant again and turns it into the example that everyone strives to emulate.

That is the essence of Traditionalism: we are on an elevator, and we are either heading up or going down, and the elevator will not just stay paused at a floor.

We know what must be done politically, but this requires parallel revival in religion, culture and individual moral character. The question is what must be done first...

I suggest bootstrapping, which requires both an external and an internal force. We must decide as a culture that we want not only to fix problems, but to rise above the heights of the past, and also must protect this culture by gaining political control, which requires either abolishing the nation and seizing local areas, or seizing control of the nation -- which is ironically easier than the other option.

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Philosophy / NIHILISM
« on: August 12, 2016, 10:05:21 PM »
https://www.amazon.com/Nihilism-Philosophy-Based-Nothingness-Eternity/dp/0994595832

My first book, Nihilism: A Philosophy Of Nothingness And Eternity, has now been released. This consists of a brand-new series of introductions to heavily edited writings from the late 1980s through early 200s. It will be followed, someday, by Parallelism, a book of all-new writings on a comprehensive philosophy of transcendentalism and the Right.

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Tobacco / Pipe Smoking Is Not A Health Risk Overall
« on: July 25, 2016, 09:09:20 PM »
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A US Surgeon General report “Smoking and Health” (No. 1103, page 112) noted, “Death rates for current pipe smokers were little if at all higher than for non-smokers, even with men smoking 10 pipefuls per day and with men who had smoked pipes for more than 30 years.” On page 92 the report also stated that pipe smokers who inhale live as long as nonsmokers and pipe smokers that don’t inhale live longer than non-smokers.

http://www.seattlepipeclub.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=969877&module_id=17020

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Politics / The (((Echo))) Indicator Parenthesis Meme
« on: July 19, 2016, 11:59:28 AM »
From the credulous media as usual:

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It’s never happened to me, but as the New York Times’ Jonathan Weisman explained in a recent column, he got a tweet which read “Hello ((Weisman)).” It seems to be a way of saying something like “Ha, look at this Jew!,” and is often followed by a wave of the alt-right’s now-standard meme-drenched anti-Semitism.

As Fleishman and Smith explain, “The symbol comes from right-wing blog the Right Stuff, whose podcast The Daily Shoah featured a segment called ‘Merchant Minute’ that gave Jewish names a cartoonish ‘echo’ sound effect when uttered. The ‘parenthesis meme,’ as Right Stuff editors call it, is a visual pun.” As the Mic authors note, that same blog also explains on one page that “all Jewish surnames echo through history,” meaning that — and this is Fleishman and Smith again — “the supposed damage caused by Jewish people reverberates from decade to decade.”

http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/06/understanding-the-alt-rights-jew-parentheses.html

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Lifestyle / Updated Registration Agreement
« on: July 15, 2016, 12:12:19 PM »
I updated the default registration agreement that came with this forum to read:

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You agree, through your use of this forum, that you will not post any material which is illegal in your jurisdiction or ours. You further agree that you will not disclose your login information to any other party, nor post unsolicited commercial material.

We have one standard here, which is that all posts must be good reading, which means that they must be polite, civil, informative and relevant.

Please note that with each post, your IP address is recorded, in the event that you need to be banned from this forum or your ISP contacted. This will only happen in the event of a major violation of this agreement.

Also note that the software places a cookie, a text file containing bits of information (such as your username and password), in your browser's cache. This is ONLY used to keep you logged in/out. The software does not collect or send any other form of information to your computer.

The latter two paragraphs are standard, and the first two are (mostly) my writing. Big point is: do not do anything illegal, but you can express yourself freely; we remove irrelevant crap. This is both more anarchic and more authoritarian than the average forum but frees us from topic regulation of content and an obligation to tolerate blight at the same time.

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Alcohol / Beers that are not water
« on: July 15, 2016, 10:28:50 AM »

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Philosophy / My philosophy
« on: July 02, 2016, 08:13:32 PM »

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