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    01-14-2019, 08:56 PM
    This will play very well toward his working-class fans and the bourgeois naysayers will just end up looking like snobby assholes.
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    01-14-2019, 06:33 PM
    Holy shit. This is like the coming of a Woke Capital singularity.
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    01-14-2019, 06:30 PM
    Is it? Of course, I'm in favor of more competition and lower barriers to entry, but I'm not convinced that's a solution to Woke Capital. Gilette has plenty of competition. More than ever due to companies like Dollar Shave Club (which is an excellent company for the record, and sponsors anti-SJW content on YouTube). Game companies have a metric shitton of competition and that doesn't stop them from being absolutely infested with progressivism, perhaps worse than any other industry. Competition doesn't seem to create conservative or even just non-progressive cultural companies.
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    01-14-2019, 05:29 PM
    I'm glad this was posted on RPF because the forum can now be introduced to a concept that is going to be very prominent in the coming years; Woke Capital. Major corporations are among the biggest pushers of progressive social attitudes. Everyone from movie studios to game developers to car companies to now fucking shaving firms push SJW leftist propaganda. There's a Woke Capital twitter page and the guy who runs it claims that there is exactly one multinational corporation who hasn't started pushing these narratives. The question of corporate power both politically and culturally is going to be the most important question of the early 21st Century and boilerplate libertarianism has no remotely interesting or helpful answers to what's actually going on. BTW for those interested https://twitter.com/WokeCapital
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    01-11-2019, 03:02 AM
    I actually drove by the protests the other day. Rather sizable, surprisingly. I hope they continue. Though I doubt this guy is a murderer, just a degenerate who parties too hard with his sexual conquests.
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    01-07-2019, 03:45 PM
    Tucker is interesting and right about much, but he's incorrect about the teleology of technology. Nick Land is far closer to the truth of technology, the market and the macro-intelligence of both than Tucker Carlson is. Luddites are paper tigers.
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    01-07-2019, 03:41 PM
    No, they wouldn't since you have to replace the elites with someone or some group of people. A society without elites is a leftist utopian pipe dream. There is simply no one on the dissident right who is capable. The mantra of "become worthy, then lead" is a good one, but I see very little of that happening. The leader figures who have emerged are totally ineffectual fools.
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    12-30-2018, 08:17 PM
    Culture is, in part, genetic. How could it not be? Where does culture come from, if not the interaction of genes and environment? This is the first law of behavioral genetics.​
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    12-29-2018, 11:11 PM
    This is exceedingly simple: -The property owner has (or should have) the ability to throw anyone off of his property. -An employee does not have this ability unless he is specifically told by the property owner that he can exercise that kind of discretion. Considering his firing, it's pretty clear he doesn't. The idea that the employee has every ability the property owner does at their discretion if the owner isn't there is ridiculous. It takes about one second of brain power to think up plenty of things that an employee has no right to do, that an owner does.
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    12-28-2018, 07:04 PM
    "Sudden illness"? Hmm... Curious.
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    12-28-2018, 03:19 PM
    The sad part is that there's plenty of folks who will reflexively be on the side of this thing. Any abuse inflicted by the "marginalized" is justified as a response to oppression or some shit.
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    12-24-2018, 10:28 PM
    The progressive coalition will inevitably fracture. The right should seek to speed up the process.
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    12-23-2018, 04:07 AM
    You can find all sorts of correlates, but international happiness comparisons between first world countries say far more about something inherent in the nature of the population than any particular state of affairs within the country. Japan is supposedly significantly happier than the US, but their suicide rate is double ours, even though suicides in the US have been increasing since the dawn of the new millennium.
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    12-22-2018, 04:40 AM
    Without significant immigration enforcement and deportations, there is never going to be another conservative president, let alone a libertarian one. Forget having a president like Ron Paul, we'll never have another Ronald Reagan, or anyone remotely close to him. California used to not be an electoral lock for the Democrats, but now it is. Immigration and low white birthrates are the culprits.
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    12-20-2018, 12:50 AM
    For a civic national identity to have any hope of working, citizenship needs to be something one works for. Birthright citizenship is a disaster that is hastening the destruction of multiracial and multicultural societies.
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    12-19-2018, 09:17 PM
    Trump has looked very weak recently with his inability to build the wall. I think it's likely he gets re-elected, the way things stand now, but the lack of a wall really derails that possibility.
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    12-19-2018, 09:03 PM
    Is there evidence for this? I wouldn't even call her an SJW; she isn't even that interesting. Check her Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigbadwolfhuff?lang=en Spencer's new beard, I mean girlfriend, is really just a basic bitch progressive who tweets about how Trump has "small hands". And she's a fucking schoolteacher in a "diverse" part of the country. Spencer's life is in a sad, sad state. Now, maybe I'm a little hypocritical since most of the women I've dated have been on the left, but I'm also not the public face of a dissident movement. I hope she understands what she's getting herself into; her life is going to be very, very different and not in a good way.
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    12-19-2018, 03:09 AM
    No, I don't think so. He is from a very well-heeled and exceedingly wealthy family with many powerful political connections. There are pictures of him with Laura Bush. You might think that points to something, except all he's done, is squander them and is now crowdfunding money to pay his legal bills. Either he's incredibly cheap or just blew his fortune. The way I read him, he was told since birth that he was a great man, he would lead people, that he would have power someday. He got into white nationalist thought, became a figurehead and tried to finally grasp that power he was told he would inevitably possess. Except he couldn't, he simply didn't have the skill or strategic acumen to pull it off. It's funny how dead certain the alt-right was of their impending victory in 2016, and of how Spencer would skyrocket to national stardom and influence. The guy who allegedly claimed to be an FBI asset was (former?) libertarian-turned-white nationalist Chris Cantwell. Though that doesn't seem to have lead to anything. Cantwell is a totally deranged individual, former meth addict and alcoholic, with no control over his emotions. Exactly the type the alt-right attracts,
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    12-18-2018, 11:15 PM
    Spencer is very effeminate and swishy, but he's (supposedly) straight. His ex-wife recently accused him of being an abusive alcoholic. Maybe he hit her because she was a few inches short of what he really wants.
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    12-18-2018, 11:13 PM
    Nah. He's just a guy who vastly overestimated his skills as a political leader. There are clips of him in his own words talking about how he believes himself to be a member of a natural elite, who was born to lead. Carlyle's great man, who will awaken the race. This is a delusion. Any movement lead by a man with such a total lack of self-awareness is bound to fail.
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    12-18-2018, 09:40 PM
    The Spencerian alt-right is dead. He killed it through sheer incompetence.
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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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