In der news.
THE TIME has come to stop focusing on what Trump, Biden, and all the crooked Republicans and crooked Democrats are doing as they try to grab the wheel of the sinking ship in Washington.
Yes, let’s blithely ignore the consequences of increased political persecution of the Far Right and ignore the consequences of further suppression of free expression.
Instead of what they’re doing, let’s talk about what we are trying to do.
Yes, we’ve been waiting for that for a long time. I suspect we won’t get any specifics though.
When I say “we,” I mean the men and women of the National Alliance.
Both of them.
If the current leadership of the National Alliance wants to garner support they need to first generate at least some successes that they can point to, with the resources they already have at hand, and they need to describe, at least in general terms, the strategic approaches that they are going to take to achieve their goals. Merely reading the writings of a man who has been dead for close to twenty years does not suffice. Invoking the names of “The National Alliance” and “William Pierce” are insufficient incentives to attract quality followers, as opposed to all the other activism going on (or pretending to be going on).
Read this. “Social science” (sic) marches on.
This article is being retracted at the request of all of the authors. The first author of the paper, Abdiel J. Flores, contacted the journal on his own initiative to inform it that he falsified data in the paper. He altered specific data values in Figures 1 and 2 and associated analyses that resulted in incorrect and misleading results on the effects of SES identity threat on cardiovascular challenge/threat reactivity and on mathematics performance. Because this data manipulation invalidates the findings, the entire article is being retracted. Mr. Flores informed the journal that he takes full responsibility for alteration of data; none of the co-authors participated in or had knowledge of the first author’s actions. Mr. Flores self-reported this matter to his institution, Columbia University, which is handling it in accordance with institutional policy and procedure.
Why hasn’t this bizarrely alien turd been thrown out of his PhD program?
See this. Well, not Counter-Currents or Brimelow/VDARE to start with. Probably spend some on legal defense, starting independent media – probably a good idea to invest a good chunk of it into dividend funds, and use the proceeds (not the principal) to find full-time REAL activists, not gifters.
The essence of Trump in one tweet. Add another option –
“I’ll get back to you; I’m busy golfing.”
Flubro retardation marches on:
Diversity Heretic says:
For those of us who remember the 1976 swine flu vaccination fiasco…
Which I remember as well, and it was indeed a fiasco.
…the concept of mass inoculations with a minimaly-tested, rushed-to-production vaccine for a highly contagious, but not particularly lethal virus is very disturbing.
And the fact that it isn’t only a new vaccine, but a new type of vaccine that uses messenger RNA (whatever that is)…
“Whatever that is.” You know, if you are an ignorant moron, and also can’t be bothered to look up terms that you do not know, then probably you shouldn’t be commenting on the subject. Idiot.
…makes me even more uneasy. (I’ve read that it actually makes a person a genetically modified organism, but don’t have the scientific expertise to evaluate such a claim.)
What an idiot. By golly, imagining getting another organism’s nucleic acids inside your body. Horrors! Good thing you don’t eat organic material and that your body is completely sterile and contains no microorganisms whatsoever!
The riposte to me on that would be that the mRNA vaccine is of mRNA not typically found in a human body and that it will be translated into protein. So? The specific viral antigen will be produced, you will have an immunogenic reaction to it, and then the mRNA will eventually be degraded.
Big deal. No, you are not going to be “genetically modified” in any real sense. No, you are not going to be the first transgenic retard.
There’s a reason that vaccine development often takes a while, such as evaluating the long-term side effects.
And then the anti-vaxxers still won’t take it.
This vaccination program has all the signs of a major health disaster.
Letting Chinese live on the same planet as humans has all the signs of a major health disaster.
I’d prefer to take my chances with the virus and I’m in my seventh decade.
Let’s hope you contract it.
Johnson in his latest livestream commented on Donovan critiquing his past association with WNs – “well he was never a WN.” True, but Donovan sure received a lot of (undeserved) positive attention from “White advocates” and other WN-oriented people, didn’t he?
Apart from Donovan’s and Pilleater’s shared, err, “interests,” here is a question – what do Donovan, Pilleater, and Jorjani have in common?
1. They were showered with positive attention by various factions of Der Movement, particularly the Alt Right, and were taken seriously as important figures – Donovan and Jorjani more than Pilleater, but Johnson definitely took Pilleater seriously as well. Indeed, Johnson was associated with all three of them.
2. All three of them were critiqued here at EGI Notes, and I strongly disapproved of the fact that Der Movement took them seriously; my opinion was that the “movement” should not have had anything to do with any of them.
3. In all three cases, things went badly. Donovan denounces his past links with WN, Jorjani did the same, and we know how the Pilleater-Johnson association ended up.
It’s almost as if – gasp! who knows? – Sallis’ judgment about people is better than that of Johnson or that of any of the other affirmative action “leaders” of the “movement.” Paging “Lovecraft’s Cat.”I make an analogy to running a business. Imagine you are the owner of a small business in a very volatile market with much larger competitors who want to drive you out of business. On the one hand, you want to grow your business and try to grab a larger market share, but on the other hand you have to be very careful, very prudent; you would need to avoid any serious errors. In this scenario, you have no leeway for large error, as you are on the edge of success vs. failure. Der Movement is in that position vs. the System/Left. Every serious error runs the risk of being devastating.
So, Pilleater was an obviously bad investment with no real upside. Jorjani was a highly risky investment with limited upside – I would never have bothered with him (I don’t trust NECs and my scientific background allowed me to recognize Jorjani’s silly pseudoscience – “the spectral!”). Donovan may have been a bit less risky, with some more upside, but again, from my perspective, still not worth the risk. If the “movement” wants to take any prudent risks in order to achieve growth, there are better options than those three.