Category: free speech

Spencer vs. Coulter

Spencer is right.

It’s the Goddess!  It’ the Lioness!  Hear that Lioness roar!

Cue all the thirsty betas in Der Movement defending milady Mudshark Annie (“one of the gals”) and sweatily writing about how they want to serve her breakfast in bed or some such thing (you  know who I’m talking about here, eh. Jef?).

No, Jef – she’s an aging, race-mixing conservative turd who – like other women on the “right” – is elevated beyond their station because of white knighting betas desperate for any XX chromosome person espousing views to the right of Obama.

She’s pathetic and her admirers are more pathetic.

Der Movement in Der News, 2/7/17

Several items, the last one being the most important.

Reynolds on free speech.

That’s all good.  And I’ve hears Mr. Dilbert is cutting Berkley off – Whites should put their money where the mouth is; that’s good as well.  But, you know, God Emperor Trump – Roissy’s wet dream – is now President and he as the power to take action in this direction.   But so far it seems he’s more interested in tweeting about SNL and Celebrity Apprentice. We must have our priorities!

A good movie review.  Indeed, I remember some Negro activist on a PBS news program openly scoffing that anyone ever did actually land on the moon (sort of like Der Movement’s conspiracy theorists) – enraging a White astronaut (Aldrin?) who was also a guest.

I don’t want Iranians in Der Movement, but I also don’t want the typically stupid “movement” dogma either.  Take a look at this nonsense from AltRight.com:

That Iranians could in any way contribute to Western civilisation is simply not true. In Sweden, their overrepresentation in crimes such as gang rape, the drug trade, murders and assaults are profound. They are parasiting on a host civilisation they cannot aspire to ever embed themselves in. The avg IQ of Iran is 85 vs the European avg IQ of 100. Any claims of close genetic relationship must also be disputed, the typical Iranian DNA contains large amount of sub-saharan haplogroups, something which led to the medieval Persian reversal after the extensive sexual mating with black slaves, and since it has been a culture in apathy and permanent decline. They are just a bunch of mongrels. President Trump’s branding of Iran as enemies to the USA and Western world at large is apt and to the point. Altright should endorse this view point and disengage from this sandmonkey,

Where did that “IQ score” come from – Tricky Dick’s “work?”  If Iran really had an average IQ of 85, we wouldn’t be worried about them developing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.  And don’t give me the “outliers on the bell curve” nonsense – do any of Der Movement’s Nutzis believe that “American” Negroes, on their own, could develop ballistic missiles and atom bombs?  Please.  Now, true, Iranians obviously aren’t as bright as North Koreans (“muh HBD”) – the Koreans were able to develop plutonium implosion bombs (technically more difficult but easier to obtain the fissile material), while the Iranians are seemingly stuck trying to develop the technically simpler uranium gun bombs, which require the purification of high grade U235 – all those centrifuges and the like. But, hey, as the HBDers tell us, we all can’t be as big-brained as dem dere Northeast Asians.  This whole idea of past Aryan glories ruined by “Black admixture” leading to absurdly low IQs is another of Der Movement’s Ostara-like fantasies.  I don’t believe Iran has an IQ of 85, and I don’t believe that they were ever “Aryans” as Der Movement envisions them (e.g., Dolph Lundgren as Cyrus the Great).  

The issue with Iranians is not with their IQ or haplogroups or anything else like that – it is instead that they are a NEC people from Asia that have been enemies of Europe since the time of Ancient Greece.  They are not only not “us” but have actually been historically opposed to us; indeed, Stoddard identified Iran as the spiritual center of “Brown Man’s Land” – an identification with merit. Who are, after all (stupidity such as the comment above aside), the most intelligent, most militant, and most technically capable of the NECs?  The answer is obvious.  The long-term solution is the same as for “Yellow Man’s Land” – peaceful coexistence and peaceful competition.  The various Civilizations can progress in parallel and each can achieve its own specific destiny.

But this goes back to the whole madness of having a representative of this anti-European people rising high in the councils of the Alt Right.  And this is a perfect example of why I’m not a fan of the Alt Right, and why I object in the strongest possible terms to any identification of White nationalism “being the Alt Right.”  White racial nationalism cannot be held hostage to the whims and poor judgment of the Pepe-Kek-Undercut-Millennial snark crowd.  To the extent that the Alt Right is its own separate group/groupuscule, I don’t care what they do.  But you know that’s not the case.  They have delusions of grandeur and illusions of subsuming the totality of (at least American) White racial nationalism, and the general public shares the perception of those illusions.  Therefore, it is incumbent upon non-Alt Right WNs to speak out against Alt Right error for as long as the idea is peddled – by both Right and Left – that the Alt Right and WN are synonymous.

Some Roissyism in the News, 10/8/16

A rather Roissyian entry.

First, two links brought to our attention by the King of Pussy Pedestalization:

Trump: Hey! I thought that “alpha males” – never mind “God Emperors” – never apologize.

What happened? What will Pepe think? Oh Kek!

Say it ain’t so, Don! After all, “Chelsea may be in the audience.” [note: whiteknighting]. However, let’s state the obvious: this release of Trump’s old comments was meant to throw Trump off for the upcoming debate; let’s see if he is focused or acts like a baited bull. Oh the humanity! Better yet: Oh the Kekmanity!

Roissy asserts:

Here’s a clue, cuckryan, reverence has to be earned. Being born with a vagina doesn’t automatically qualify one for championing…

I wholeheartedly agree. But I go further. Being born with a vagina doesn’t automatically qualify one for having men modulate their every word and action to please you and try and get you into bed.

By the way, Roissy exhibits disgust toward Paul Ryan. I agree again. But who, my dear Roissy, keeps on electing that Eddie Munster-faced turd into office?  Der Movement weeps.

Reynolds Has The Bunker Syndrome

Big talk, little action.

Now, I have sympathy for Reynold’s tweet.  In a sane and just world, protesters blocking highways would be dealt with, legally and justly, like this.  But we do not live in such a world. Just talking about running down precious pavement apes, much less actually doing it, brings down the fury of the System.  It is just Blowhard Bunkerism, folks letting off steam without actually doing anything politically useful.

Hey Reynolds, are you a White nationalist?  Have you read On Genetic Interests?  Do you promote Salter’s work?  Are you working behind the scenes to get pro-White candidates elected? Are you actually doing something to actualize a reality in which the simians will be swept away like trash they are, or are you just doing the equivalent of Archie throwing things at Walter Cronkite on the TV?

These Bunkers who always have to apologize or resign because of ill-advised tweets have it all backwards.

They mistakenly believe that they need to use their (non-existent) freedom of speech to gain power and change society.  In reality, they need to gain power and change society in order to have true freedom of speech.

Do they really need a dumb swarthoid to tell them something as obvious as that?

Crack Those Pots

Free-riding anti-vaxxers.


Speaking of herds, I knew that the great reduction in diseases had a good deal to do with clinical vaccinations. I just thought: “Let someone else take on the risks of vaccinating.” It was a very selfish viewpoint because I had the best of both worlds. I knew that my daughters had a low risk of contracting vaccine-preventable diseases — precisely because vaccination is effective. I had faith in herd immunity while questioning its very existence.

Devlin on Brandolini on Refutation

Something to consider, emphasis added:

F. Roger Devlin
Posted June 15, 2016 at 9:01 pm | Permalink
It is dispiriting to observe how many people can be taken in by disguising partisanship as neutral expertise. Nearly every so-called expert on “right wing extremism” or “white racism” is an example of this.
Your essay puts me in mind of the famous observation of computer programmer Alberto Brandolini that “The amount of energy necessary to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it.” By the time you have produced a cogent refutation such as this piece, Timmy will have come up with five more lies or fallacious arguments.
That is why it is important to emphasize that he is demonstrably dishonest. Once you understand the well is poisoned, there is no need to examine every bucketful drawn from it.

Looking at this from another perspective, this is why I believe that blog comments (*), particularly unmoderated ones, are worse than useless – actually destructive.  It doesn’t take much effort for idiots, trolls, Nutzis, etc. to spew “bullshit” on a comments section.  After which, you have  a choice. You can either leave those comments unanswered, which third party observers can see as a tacit admission that those comments are correct or that at least you are unable to mount an effective riposte to them, or you can answer them, expending that “order of magnitude” more energy (and time) doing so.  And the time wasted could have been better spent on other things, for example, on new blog posts.  Moderation of comments helps, but also takes time and energy.

This is not a free speech issue; if the trolls, idiots, and Nutzis want to set up their own blogs and spew their “bullshit” then they have that right.  But freedom of association means that no one is obligated to host the “bullshit” on their own forums.  And all the self-described “political soldiers” out there should take their own self-description seriously and consider all of this as memetic warfare, not as a polite debating society.

But, of course, don’t listen to Brandolini – he’s not “one of the boys.” Who cares what that negroid kebab has to say, right?

*But, hey, isn’t Devlin’s comment an example of a useful blog comment? Yes it is, but, putting aside the fact that Counter-Currents has a moderated comments section, we must consider the signal-to-noise ratio.  Looking at the entire “movement” blogosphere, for every useful comment, there is a large number of stupid and destructive ones.  The best option is for a thoughtful commentator like Devlin to have his own blog.