Stonehenge: No, No, a Thousand Times, No!

In der news.

Read this; excerpts, emphasis added:

Researchers compared DNA extracted from Neolithic human remains found across Britain with that of people alive at the same time in Europe.
The Neolithic inhabitants were descended from populations originating in Anatolia (modern Turkey) that moved to Iberia before heading north.
They reached Britain in about 4,000BC.
DNA reveals that Neolithic Britons were largely descended from groups who took the Mediterranean route, either hugging the coast or hopping from island-to-island on boats. Some British groups had a minor amount of ancestry from groups that followed the Danube route.
Although Britain was inhabited by groups of “western hunter-gatherers” when the farmers arrived in about 4,000BC, DNA shows that the two groups did not mix very much at all.

I guess the “high trust hunter gatherers” weren’t that “high trust” after all.

The British hunter-gatherers were almost completely replaced by the Neolithic farmers, apart from one group in western Scotland, where the Neolithic inhabitants had elevated local ancestry.
Genetic analysis shows that the Neolithic farmers, by contrast, were paler-skinned with brown eyes and black or dark-brown hair.

No, no, a thousand times, no!

Towards the end of the Neolithic, in about 2,450BC, the descendants of the first farmers were themselves almost entirely replaced when a new population – called the Bell Beaker people – migrated from mainland Europe. So Britain saw two extreme genetic shifts in the space of a few thousand years.

Well, they’re certainly undergoing an extreme genetic change right now.  Anyway, at least they got rid of those swarthy Neolithics – except of course for Tom Jones, very “Silurian,” he is.

Der Movement’s reaction to this news.

In Trump We Trust!

Hmm...read this.

In 2015 and 2016, we won enormous victories by attacking the enemy’s weakest points from a position of strength. In 2017 we suffered enormous defeats because we thought we could attack our enemy’s strongest points from a position of weakness. These defeats were entirely predictable, but the wrong people were making decisions.

Indeed, wrong people just like Greg Johnson.  Affirmative action cases, Quota Queens, wholly without merit.  And what were those “enormous victories” of 2015 or 2016?  Answer: None.  Nothing. This is wholly a figment of the Alt Right imagination.  As and far as “entirely predictable” goes, it was Sallis who predicted it, while Johnson and all the rest were firmly on the Alt Right bandwagon.

Since then, the consensus has been to return to what worked: metapolitics, which includes community building, online propaganda, and Identitarian-style activism, which aims to maximize impacts on the public mind while minimizing risks and costs to activists. We can’t outgun the enemy. We can’t outspend them. But we can out-argue them. We can be cooler, cleverer, and funnier.

You can be, but you’re not.

White Nationalists win every fair debate.

Except against Sallis. Indeed, Johnson is so good at debating that he “bans” people from his blog for writing things he doesn’t agree with. And as regards the Alt Right as a whole, certainly, screaming “Pepe! Kek!” is a debating style that rivals Lincoln vs. Douglas.

Second, the only way the establishment could censor and deplatform us completely is to shut down the internet…

Nonsense.  China doesn’t “shut down the Internet” but they do a pretty good job of stifling dissent.  Oh well, don’t worry about it…just send in those “D’Nations.”

How’s that Arctic Alliance coming along, Derbyshire? I mean, outside of your bedroom.

Listen to this. I like the part where Kersey says that “White nationalism” shouldn’t be used because it has been demonized.  We need a new label!  As if any term you come up with wouldn’t also be immediately demonized by the Left. 

An online comment to Durocher from a self-declared  “empathetic” minority –

I’m just a random nobody minority that likes to see what White Nationalists (whom I empathize) and White Supremacists are talking about, and one thing I find curious is how enthralled some are by Nordicism. Even the non-Nordics and overall “Euro-mutts” have this fantastical Nordic vision, which is really a channeling of Hitlerism (can’t even call it Nazism because it goes beyond the politic surrounding Germanic Nordicism, but pure obsession with what’s believed to be Aryan – and Hitlerism because he’s the closet to the ideology that most are familiar with).
It’s funny how a certain group of whites have committed to reducing anything good about white people to Nordics.

It’s more funny that lunatics like the plagiarist Andrew Hamilton actually declared that a “movement” fundamentally based on Nordicist doctrine is somehow “anti-Nordicist” (and I suppose the ADL and AIPAC are anti-Jewish).  Meanwhile, sane observers note that Der Movement and Nordicsm are virtually synonymous, and even Patrik Hermansson observed that HopeNotHate leveraged “movement” obsessions by choosing a Swede to do the infiltration. By the way, it was my pointing that out (and my call for accountability for failed “movement” “leaders”) that got me “banned” from Counter-Currents, in case readers of EGI Notes are unaware of that.  You can find that at the comments thread here.  Johnson cannot “fairly debate” that the “movement” got hoist by its Nordicist petard.

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