Category: Majority Rights

Defamation and Evolution

A two part post.

First, defamation:

Relevant to thissee this (emphasis added):

What is defamatory?
Defamation is all about reputation, and in particular about statements which damage others’ reputations. The English courts have not settled upon a single test for determining whether a statement is defamatory. Examples of the formulations used to define a “defamatory imputation” include:
an imputation which is likely to lower a person in the estimation of right-thinking
people;
an imputation which injures a person’s reputation by exposing him to hatred, contempt
or ridicule;
an imputation which tends to make a person be shunned or avoided.
A statement that a person is an adulterer, a gold-digger or a drunkard may be defamatory, as may an allegation of corruption, racism, disease, insanity or insolvency

Therefore, injuring “a person’s reputation by exposing him to hatred, contempt or ridicule” by an imputation of “insanity” can be considered defamation – assuming that the person in question is not deemed clinically insane.

Also, see footnote 149 here (emphasis added):

Social Aversion. A communication may be defamatory of another although it has no tendency to affect adversely the other’s personal or financial reputation. Thus the imputation of certain physical and mental attributes such as disease or insanity are defamatory because they tend to deter third persons from associating with the person so characterized.

By the way, calling someone “insane” is not the same as calling them “fucking crazy,” which has been deemed not to be defamation as it is an opinion expressed as “slang.” Insanity on the other hand is a legal and medical term indicating a disorder associated with diminished behavioral responsibility, and hence is not merely an opinion when expressed as a fact.  

Thus, calling me “crazy and bitter” is not defamation. Calling me “fucking crazy” or a “lunatic” or any other “slang” pejorative is also not defamation (as has been legally established by precedent), since it is understood that the accuser is not talking literally using medical or legal terms. “Insane” and “insanity” are medical and legal terms with a specific meaning.  Calling someone “insane” as a statement of fact, in the absence of supporting evidence, is therefore defamation and is legally actionable.

Based on the above, there seems to be at least some legal theory supporting the contention that Johnson’s tweet is legally actionable defamation.

Rank-and-file activists should carefully consider the judgment of a “leader” who would expose themselves to liability via reckless, defamatory tweets.

Second, evolution:

The “Majority Rightization” of Counter-Currents continues apace (perhaps it is therefore appropriate that “Silver” rears its head again). One of the characteristics of Majority Right’s rapid decline phase was the long, turgid, barely comprehensible essays of Daniel S that took thousands of words to express an opinion that could have been more effectively and efficiently summarized in one short paragraph. We are getting newer “writers” at Counter-Currents who mimic this style, hiding intellectual vacuity behind unnecessarily dense and wordy prose (good ideas are instead typically associated with clarity and elegant expression). The main point of one such pseudo-intellectual vomiting is thus (emphasis added):

The value system of this narrative seems to subordinate peoples of European descent to their technologically progressive destiny. Indeed, the main focus of attention appears to be the relentless drive to the beyond, a self-justified virtue, which just happens to be contained within a vehicle we call “white people.” Articulating this telos demonstrates the similarities between the “march of the Titans” narrative in the Dissident Right and the maligned “conservative” value set typified by American Baby Boomers. Both views of historical meaning hold technological progress, which is to say, the manipulation of natural forces, above the preservation (or at least recognizable continuity) of European descended peoples. The two views seem to differ only in their preferred time frames. This observation invites a disturbing question. What is the difference between a future in which European-descended peoples have converged and transcended themselves to the inevitable point of unrecognizability, and the new post-ethnic man at the end of the Left’s mission to converge all humanity through their ideology of cosmopolitan progress?

Let’s for the sake of argument agree that these are the two possible outcomes of an anti-traditionalist “progressive” view.  What’s the difference?  The first (consistent with Pierce’s cosmotheism, by the way) is a higher path, an upper path, European man on the road to godhood, achieving an understanding of the universe and actualizing opportunities for creative activity on a level analogous to that separating modern man from an insect.  The second path is a downward path of devolution, an end not a beginning, The Last Man, a mongrel creature capable of nothing except mere existence, with all avenues of higher evolution, of higher creative activity, of higher understanding, closed off. True enough, both outcomes would diminish current EGI and both would by necessity negatively affect the value system of strict preservationists who fetishize certain phenotypes.  

But obviously there are other paths. If we accept that populations of evolved organisms will not be static in any case (because of genetic drift if for no other reason, but there will always be selective pressures, although if undirected by racialist concerns we certainly would not like the outcome), we can use science, and our understanding of ultimate and proximate interests, to direct an upward path while at the same time preserving as much of our current fundamental essence as possible for as long as possible.  We need to understand that there is no pure static preservationism in evolution. If change is inevitable, it is incumbent upon us to direct that change in a manner that is optimized to our ultimate and proximate interests, to our culture, and to our aesthetic sensibilities.

Gaslighting Anti-Vaxxers

How come I’m not surprised?

The scheduled blog post for today has been postponed in order to bring you the following public service announcement.

It makes sense that the anti-White, pro-HBD, pseudoscience site Counter-Currents promotes anti-vaccination propaganda from scientifically illiterate, paranoid retards.

Once again – vaccines are not dangerous for 99.999% of people, they prevent terrible diseases, and no, “Big Pharma” really doesn’t make their “big money” from those dastardly scary needles. They instead make their real BIG MONEY from all those nice pills and syrups the peanut gallery have no problem with. Want a real scandal? How about telling Americans that they all have to be on statins and blood pressure medication and metformin, instead of telling them to stop being fat bastards?  How about telling students that they have the drug-requiring diagnosis of “attention deficit disorder” instead of being honest with them and telling them they are dumb and lazy and thus unsuited for academics? How about generics from Asia that are, literally, poison?  But, no. Those scary needles are sodomizing our babies, tainting their precious bodily fluids and given them autism, and we can’t have that. Let’s all get measles, whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria instead.  Good clean fun!   What about polio?  Bring back the iron lung!  Smallpox!  Rabies!  Enjoy!

Greg Johnson is not only a gaslighting, panhandling turd, he’s now revealed to be an evil gaslighting panhandling turd as well.  For all his faults, he’s educated and, presumably, has a triple digit IQ. He has to know better. But I suppose this is all part of the “big tent” approach of “reaching out to” all sorts of “communities” to “spread the message.”  That he likely thinks it will bring in more supporters and hence more “D’Nations” doesn’t (to his:”mind”) hurt either. Of course, he doesn’t realize that for every “Stan the Man” and for every “if I got bitten by a rabid animal I wouldn’t get the vaccine” Stronza he loses, alienates, and disgusts, educated STEMers. But, hey, it’s Der Movement, and there’s a reason why the Quota Queens require a strict ethnic affirmative action program to keep their positions of “leadership.”


The mindset of some of these nitwits is similar to that of the tragicomic conspiracy theorist “J Richards” at Majority Rights who peddled “moon landing hoax” theories on the premise that “if we can convince people the government lied to them about that we we can convince them the government is lying about race as well.” Just substitute “moon landing” with “vaccines” and you understand the (truly psychopathic) mindset there. The actual truth means nothing.  What these retards fail to understand is that the converse is more true – once people understand that Der Movement lies to them about moon landings and vaccines, they’ll suspect that Der Movement is lying to them about race as well (and to some extent, they’ll be correct).

This is real science.  There’s a reason why educated, rational scientists support vaccination – people who have no vested interests in “making big money” off of vaccination. Vaccination saves lives.  It reduces morbidity and mortality. It is a great invention of Western science – Jenner and Pasteur.

I’m not getting any money promoting vaccination. I’m not a MD or a member of “Big Pharma.” I AM someone who had various childhood diseases now preventable by vaccination and the thought of shitfaced scumbags promoting the spread of disease, among others, because of their self-righteous ignorance or rent-seeking grifting, is sickening. Anyone who gives these retards a platform to, essentially, spread disease and sicken White men, women, and children is a turd of the first order. That means you Greggy. Unfortunately, there’s no vaccination for stupidity or mendacity.

And the Far Right is never going to expand out of its Nutzi Retard ghetto if it continues to be a embarrassing, and-scientific, irrational gaggle of tin foil hat imbeciles. The Right always acts the fool, and the Far Right is the worst.


One sane comment:

OrcishPosted February 4, 2020 at 3:34 pm | PermalinkI wouldn’t listen to all that. Vaccines were considered a major public health breakthrough before “big pharma” existed. if the formulations in use were dangerous competitors would be all over it making safe ones.

And as I’ve written before, unlike all those nice little pills and flavored syrups the fat bastards consume as they roll along the ground, American-used vaccines are manufactured (so far) either here or in Western Europe, not in India or China. Granted, once vaccines are manufactured in India and/or China, then I’ll agree that they then would be manifestly unsafe, just like all your wonderful maintenance medicines are. But not now.


Now, are vaccines 100%, absolutely guaranteed, harmless for every single individual who may take them?  Of course not.  In biology, nothing is. Among the hundreds of millions of vaccine recipients there may be a few whose genetic background, immune systems, etc. are such that they’ll have a bad reaction. There is always some risk in life (autism in children from MMR NOT being one of them) – that’s balanced against Smallpox, Polio, Tetanus, Measles, Rabies, etc.  Is this actually a serious conversation?  Were Jenner and Pasteur “psychopathic” “Jew doctors” working for “Big Pharma?”  Stop the crap already.


As I’ve written before, the fact that objective facts about medicines manufactured in Asia are ignored in favor of tin foil hat conspiracy theories about vaccines demonstrates that anti-vaxx hysteria has it ultimate genesis in the pills vs needles dichotomy, and the psychosexual anxieties weak-minded hysterics have about being “violated” by being “forcibly injected” (“sodomized”*) by the “scary needles.”


There’s also the SJW-like ignoring of science and the smug self-righteousness of anti-vaxxers whose personal identity is wound up in their belief system. Thus, they label everyone who argues in favor of vaccination as “psychopaths” who are part of a “Big Pharma” conspiracy.


Excuse me now as I rub my hands together, cackling insanely, as I await my Big Pharma compensation check for promoting autism among vaccinated children.


Idiots.


*By vaccines bad.  My flirtatious Alt Right meeting attendees or by Mannerbund colleagues good, good, good!

Hainan at Home and Jeelvy

Chinatrix calling Whites “foreigners”…in America.

Read here. Emphasis added.

Thus, when, a week into the crisis, it looked as thought the U.S. was going to stand firm, I got into a spot of bother with my suggestion that perhaps George W. Bush should counter the Chinese demand for an apology by demanding an apology from them. After all, I pointed out, the U.S. plane was over international waters, and the F-8s must have been flying awfully close for the accident to have happened — close enough to fairly be accused of harrassment, whatever the precise details of the mishap.

Rosie: “Nonsense! China give an apology to America? You’re mad! What was that plane doing so close to our shore? Spying, that’s what! You foreigners think you can just do as you like in China! …” In less time than it takes to hit the MAYDAY button on an EP-3 control panel, we were into the Opium War and the suppression of the Boxers. Dialectical Materialism may have passed undigested through Rosie’s alimentary canal, but the xenophobic stuff went direct into her bloodstream.

Keep in mind that “Rosie” was living in the USA at this time (as she does now).  If I am not mistaken, “Rosie” is now a “American citizen” who votes. “You foreigners,” indeed.  Thanks, Derbyshire.

It’s OK. In the style of Mao Tse-tung, who was fond of comparing crises in the Party with earthquakes, this is no worse than a 4 on the Richter scale. It certainly doesn’t compare with last August 6, a Sunday, and a day that will live in infamy, when I woke early with the horrible realization that it was our wedding anniversary, crept out of the house, spent a frantic hour trying to find a card store that was open, and got home … too late. Harmony will re-assert itself. I just have to follow the President’s example: be patient, and do some measured grovelling.

The last five words = the role of Whites in the “Arctic Alliance.”  And also a summary of HBD.

The ethnocentrism on display here is also reflected in all the spying scandals involving ethnic Chinese living in America spying for their ethnic homeland, reflected in the mind-numbing knee-jerk hatred of Whites and of Western civilization, and is also reflected in networks of ethnic nepotism, including in the professions. Keep on groveling – in a “measured” fashion of course – Whitey.  Kneel down in abject subservience before the Altar of Asia. Hail HBD!


No Nut Jeelvy!


Pathetic. Jeelvy:

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard by now of No Nut November, which is a challenge for all who take it upon them not to commit the sin of Onan – i.e., masturbation – in the month of November. As it happens, most of the people taking the challenge are young men, most of them white and, if not quite on the Right, then at the very least not allergic to our ideas. Of note is also that No Nut November has been countersignaled by the smut merchants at VICE, which I consider to be a glowing endorsement.

I am glad to tell you, my friends, that I have passed this challenge. My mind is at ease, my soul feels clean and pure again, and my body is a weapon fit for the Archangel Michael. I could also offer you details concerning some of the other psychosomatic effects, but as Counter-Currents is a highbrow webzine, the traditional Slavo-Mediterranean braggadocio about sexual prowess and genital size should be used sparingly.

I’m no stranger to addictive behavior, or to the cessation of addictive behavior. In my life, I’ve been seriously addicted to three substances: risperidon, nicotine, and sugar. Two of those I’ve completely dropped, while sugar I’ve learned to consume in moderation. I’ve also had my fair share of problems with video game addiction…

Isn’t this the guy with the fist-sized-breasted wife?  So…what?  He was masturbating regularly before “No Nut November?”  Yes sir, that “traditional Slavo-Mediterranean braggadocio about sexual prowess” really fits when a married Millennial finds it necessary to pull a “no nut.”  Counter-Currents is really hitting new heights of “highbrow” erudition with the new crop of writers Johnson has pulled out of the Alt Right sewer.

As someone who used to write for both sites, I have to say that there are some remarkable parallels between Majority Rights and Counter-Currents. In my opinion, one major reason why Majority Rights declined is because of Guessedworker’s inability or unwillingness to exercise quality control over his site, to realize what is or is not appropriate for the site. While Greg Johnson, unlike Guessworker, actually moderates the comments section of his site (too much in my opinion), apparently he is not exercising quality control over the actual contributors to his site (Jeelvy being a perfect example). And thus, the sad decline continues,  Remarkably, the “movement’s” marching morons continue sending in the “D’Nations.”

Odds and Ends, 10/22/19

Counter-Currents.

Listen to this.

So, Antifa gave two weeks’ notice that the meeting would be disrupted/stopped, and gave details on where they would meet to organize their terrorist activity, and the organizers just went ahead without planning effective contingencies.

And there is way of identifying leaks – I’m not going to discuss this publicly; you would assume that all of the high-IQ big-brained northern hunter gatherers can figure out the obvious themselves, particularly as it is a well-known tactic in counter-intelligence that even has its own Wikipedia page, for godssakes.

“Let’s not be big about this, get angry, protest, etc.”  Yes, that’s right, Greg, that’s why I protest against Der Movement.  “We shouldn’t be easy targets…” That’s right, White ethnics are not going to be the easy targets for Der Movement, Inc.

A revealing Counter-Currents comment (emphasis added):

Packelberry
Posted October 21, 2019 at 3:08 pm | Permalink
How droll.
Thank you for the non-answer to my question. It was almost like you were attempting to draw up a theory that explained politics at a particular level or something.
Into the museum no less…
Sigh this site really has gone down hill.
I am just here for the Batman reviews.

Yes, with the likes of Jeelvy leading the way, Counter-Currents is well along on the road to MR-style irrelevancy.  Why idiots keep on sending “D’Nations” though is beyond me.  Well, there’s a sucker born every minute, as they say.