• TommyJeff's Avatar
    09-11-2017, 11:23 AM
    Is this a question?
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  • TommyJeff's Avatar
    09-11-2017, 11:16 AM
    This isn't all that easy of a question and there very well might be a need for some give and take, but a few questions for those on here that might care more about personal privacy more than other places..... Which internet browser do you use? What about for email....do you use anything to encrypt your emails? Are there any other areas which deserve focus....I welcome comments and questions. thanks
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    09-03-2017, 09:33 PM
    Private states have existed throughout almost all of history and exist today. A monarchy is a private state. If you want a more modern example, Singapore and Liechtenstein are both reasonable facsimiles of what I'm talking about.
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    09-03-2017, 08:34 PM
    There are certainly systems where that's conceivable, but in addition to franchise restrictions, there should be heavy restrictions on what can even make it on the ballot to be voted on in the first place. Group A votes to benefit themselves at the expense of group B all the time, so that's an argument against voting as a whole. That's why we should scrap the concept entirely and replace democracy with a private state.
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    09-03-2017, 08:21 PM
    No... Not sure how you got to that conclusion.
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    09-03-2017, 08:15 PM
    If voting happens at all, it should be restricted to the property owning classes.
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    09-03-2017, 08:15 PM
    Power is fundamentally always concentrated. Constitutions and voting don't limit state power in any discernable way. Good, efficient, limited government is achieved by having the correct incentives in place and the correct dogmas believed. If it's an inevitable feature of civilization, then it doesn't matter if it's right or not, it needs to be dealt with. It is all of the worst political philosophies that choose their theory when said theory is tested against reality. There must be. Leadership (good or bad) takes certain qualities, that not everyone has. Human hierarchies will always reflect this. The issue at hand is to engineer a system where the rulers err on the side of more liberty, not less like in today's world. That is simply a falsehood.
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    09-03-2017, 04:49 PM
    I live in LA. This leftist concept of "black and brown unity" (against whites, of course), is a ridiculous fantasy. I doubt there are any other two racial groups in the US that hate each other more than blacks and mestizos.
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    09-03-2017, 04:41 PM
    Dark Horse is far superior these days, with Marvel doing everything it can to alienate its core audience and pander to SJWs who don't buy comics.
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    09-03-2017, 04:39 PM
    Symbolism is not an objective science. Symbols mean different things to different people. Do bigots use the flag for distasteful reasons? Sure. Does that mean it's a bigoted symbol? No.
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    09-03-2017, 04:36 PM
    Ye Gods, your lack of self-awareness is astounding. This statement demonstrates that you have no understanding of power. What you just said is the most jejune kind of pro-democracy talking point. It would be totally at home at a Bernie Sanders rally. Power always concentrates into few hands. Man is a hierarchical animal. The liberty of the populace needs to benefit the aristocratic class, otherwise, liberty doesn't exist. This is why democracy (and yes, republicanism) always erodes liberty and why monarchy (or other forms of private governance) is the only way to create and maintain it. The incentive structure must be aligned properly. Dementia has taken what little was left of your mind, I see. That's the only explanation as to why you'd be bringing any of this up in this discussion, which has nothing to do with neo-nazis or communists. Yes, let's hear your brilliant strategy on how to get a populace who despises the very concept of liberty to "nurse the tree". You are incapable of a cold, rational power analysis, all you can do is spew platitudes and insult your betters.
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    09-03-2017, 02:17 AM
    I hate this city...
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    09-03-2017, 02:13 AM
    Whether it's a proper strategic move remains to be seen, but Rand is totally incapable of winning the presidency and so is any prominent libertarian. The libertarian movement, and indeed, the entire right wing needs to be torn down and rebuilt, but only after the leaders and devotees study and understand power. No one seems to understand power less than libertarians, and until the root is torn out and replanted, the tree of liberty will always be diseased and malnourished.
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    Just took a quick look here: http://neorxn.com/introduction/ I'm intrigued to keep looking. I'm disappointed that he tries to tie theonomists in with kinists, a lot of theonomists view kinists as heretics (not that I expect you to care as a non-Christian, just sayin' )
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    Ethno-nationalists are one of the biggest problems in the theonomy movement, BTW. Most non-kinist theonomists tend to ban kinists (ethnonationalists) from the theonomy movement. I'm told they're more dangerous than they're willing to admit to in public.

    Good stuff, BTW. I'll take a look.
  3. As for which blogs, Mencius Moldbug's Unqualified Reservations is probably the best place to start, if you can handle his seemingly endless verbosity. He' the Neoreactionary Marx (in terms of scope and influence), so it's best to start at the beginning. I'd also recommend Nick Land, Michael Anissimov and Vox Day. The Right Stuff has some good writers, but they dip into antisemitism far too frequently for my liking; I am pro-Christian and pro-Jew (t least in some cases).
  4. The other two wings are techno-futurism and ethno-nationalism. Admittedly, this is something of a simplification. You could break them down into different groups, and debate where one group ends and another begins, and who belongs in which camp. It is a pretty decent description of the biggest trends in NRx though. I'm of the techno-futurist persuasion, with some flavor from the other camps thrown in for good measure. Here's a more complex breakdown of the major Dark Enlightenment players:

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    And yes, I hate modernity as well

    Do you have any particular blog you'd recommend?
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    What are the other two wings, just out of curiosity?

    1. Yes, you could leave for any reason.

    2. I would. I can't speak for anyone else. THough admittedly there is the question of how big it would have to be exactly. If you had one random household say they "secede" but they're engaging in homosexuality I would think they could be punished. If they want to start their own society the next county over, be my guest. Most recons are decentralizationists and I am too.

    3. Unfortunately if enough people conspire its hard to do anything, but there is a law allowing you to challenge a witness and if the witness is actually a liar they receive whatever penalty they wanted for you. But its true that if both witnesses and court are corrupt I don't know what could be done. I want to learn more about this.
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    Honestly, from what I remember from your posts you're probably closer to what I believe than most other people here. You'd probably want to run a different type of society in part of what we now know as "The United States" which I'm fine with. I've only briefly read on Neoreactionary but from what I've read I'm pretty much in line with the general idea. And a lot of people at the supposed ultra-conservative Patrick Henry College DO NOT like my positions... oddly both for being too authoritarian and too libertarian at the same time.
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    OK, so if you can actually find a quote (not a wikipedia article that doesn't actually quote him) saying that Gary North wants to stone people just for being unbelievers or that he wants to impose a global theocracy by force (key distinction, believing a global theocracy will eventually come about BY EVANGELISM is obviously very different) let me see the quote so I can denounce him. I definitely don't support that, and I don't know of any other theonomist that does either.
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