See at end.
According to Tacitus’s biography of Agricola, the Silures usually had a dark complexion and curly hair. Due to their appearance, Tacitus believed they had crossed over from Spain at an earlier date.
“… the swarthy faces of the Silures, the curly quality, in general, of their hair, and the position of Spain opposite their shores, attest to the passage of Iberians in old days and the occupation by them of these districts; …” (Tacitus Annales Xi.ii, translated by M. Hutton)
Jordanes, in his Origins and Deeds of the Goths, describes the Silures.
“The Silures have swarthy features and are usually born with curly black hair, but the inhabitants of Caledonia have reddish hair and large loose-jointed bodies. They are like the Gauls or the Spaniards.”
An ancient European tribe with those physical characteristics? Not Moops or Nigerians? No, no, a thousand times no! Tacitus – liar! Jordanes – liar! I suppose this all explains why Tom Jones was described by fetishists as a “Silurian type.”
Light reading for when you’re snug in your hobbit hole. Type I fairy tales, indeed.
Scalia was obviously a full-blooded Negro, without a drop of European blood in him.
I’m sure the gamesters will tell us to eat more meat.
Bur (sic) inexplicably, President Trump is on the wrong side of this race—evidence that his unquestionable transformation of the GOP into a National Conservative party still has a long way to go, not least among his own advisors.
Yeah, real “inexplicable” and all. Or maybe Trump is just a fraud, like EGI Notes has been saying since 2015? And what’s with “Bur?” Is Brimelow not getting enough Shekels to proofread the articles going up on his site? Do the writers not use spell check? Was that supposed to be “But” or maybe, hey, Aaron Burr is making a political comeback? Inquiring minds want to know!
Both sides are wrong: Zimmer is a pedantic fool, missing the forest for the trees, while Sailer is ignorant of basic science.
Early Thursday morning this was posted at EGI Notes; later that same day:
Greg Johnson says:
October 18, 2018 at 1:27 pm
I want to thank Richard McCulloch for this thoughtful and gratifyingly positive review. As for the issue of the timetable for creating the ethnostate, that is a minor point of disagreement. As for my response to his criticisms, I can’t improve on Rob Bottom’sstatement above. Once again, thanks Richard.
“Thanks for giving me a positive review of my own book…”
And then, predictably, Silver re-emerges with his usual shtick:
Having Silver and Sunic in the same comments thread is amusing to any Majority Rights graduate with a long memory. Silver defamed Sunic as an example of an “unassimilable” Balkanoid. Meanwhile, the truth is that Tom is fine man, a good activist, as White as anyone else at TOO, and why he wastes his time associating with those people, I don’t know.
Anyway, what with all this mutual love-fest (excluding Tom of course, who isn’t “one of the boys”), none of these paragons of racial virtue and wisdom have yet noticed that the past 50 years of “movement” activism have accomplished nothing but failure, and all the rounds of mutual self-congratulation cannot alter the fact that their model of activism has failed, and their dogma is repulsing people, not winning “hearts and minds.”
This is the reality of life in America after 50 years of your activism.
“Most Whites have no racial identity…” That’s their own friend Taylor saying it.
Winning hearts and minds!
Try something different? Tap into different talent pools? Not when it threatens egos and income!
Case in point: Der Movement’s cordon sanitaire around EGI Notes. After all, Breezy Steve struggling with meiosis is of course more useful for activism than, say, a scientifically informed debunking of Lewontin. After all, Sailer doesn’t threaten the status quo, or the flow of shekels, and that’s what’s important.
Note to rank-and-file: if your leaders really cared about “the White race” then they would make use of relevant material regardless of its source. But they really don’t give a fig about the White race, and you and they really know it, don’t you?
So, I issue a challenge to the likes of Johnson, Spencer, Taylor, McCulloch et al. How about penning a post telling us two things:
1. What significant and concrete accomplishments toward society-wide White racial awakening have your efforts accomplished, and, similarly, what are the accomplishments toward that end achieved by other “activists” who share your ideological vision and overall approach?
2. Going forward, how do you expect continued efforts of your type to achieve your ethnostate/racial preservationist goals? And for this, please don’t give vague platitudes or hand-waving about “metapolitics,” but instead a realistic and comprehensive appraisal for your optimism and your adherence to your specific approach. And, while you are at it, please explain why your approach is superior to alternatives.
I’ll give your essay a fair hearing here, and will dissect and critique it (as I’ve been critiquing the “movement” in general here) – unlike your own (dare we say cowardly) ignoring of the critiques of your approach heretofore published here at EGI Notes (never mind your pathetic “banning” of critics from your own blogs).