Coronascam, high-T leftists and royal tik-toks

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Welcome to Alfnews.

Today on Alfnews: how the coronascam is hurting American president Trump, Dutch high-T lefty journalist shocks country by existing, and Dutch princess lip syncs to ‘n*gga’ on tik-tok. This is… Alfnews!

In international news, while corona-related infections and deaths have dropped like a stone since their flu-level peak in April, the American opposition has resorted to a full blown corona panic assault against president Trump. Among their communist tactics is turning president Trump’s own success against him: testing has increased a thousandfold in the past two months, prompting the opposition to claim infections have also increased a thousandfold.

While such lies are obvious, egregious, and disrespectful, president Trump is having trouble fighting back, as evidenced in this recent interview. We turn to our corona expert, Xavier Pert. Mr Pert, in your opinion, what needs to be done?

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Mr Pert: ‘The left pushes a narrative of corona as the bubonic plague, sweeping over the world, killing millions. The actual data meanwhile tells us corona is a heavy flu. Even better: a flu season that is almost over. President Trump needs to get this message across, and to do so, he needs a health expert he can trust, someone who can talk to journalists on the topic on his behalf.’

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A spicy take indeed. Thank you, mr Pert.

Moving on to Dutch news. Here too, the corona scam is in full swing – on TV, the opposition talks of a second lockdown, ostensibly to save lives. The numbers, however, tell a different story: while April saw a daily hospital admittance of 57 corona-related patients, the Netherlands currently experience a whopping 6 corona-related admissions a day. The corona crisis is over, but clearly, nobody has told the experts.

In other Dutch news, lefty journalist Sander Schimmelpenninck, editor of Quote500, has caused uproar when in his podcast he ranked the three royal daughters in attractiveness, concluding that Alexia (on the right) is the ‘hottest’. When challenged by right-wing sweetheart Eva Vlaardingerbroek to debate his sexist locker room talk, Schimmelpenninck responded that he was looking forward to a ‘date with that candy of the week’. No one seems to have informed mr Schimmelpenninck that his toxic masculinity does not seem to align with his political ideology, but we’ll be sure to find out where this ship strands.

Finally in Dutch news, Alexia, hottest middle of the royal daughters has caused minor uproar when she went viral in a since deleted tik-tok, in which she is seen dancing with friends, lip-syncing to rap songs including lyrics as: ‘they didn’t raise me so f*ck they opinion’, ‘I don’t think that’s a n*gga that you wanna keep’ and ‘I beat up the p*ssy like Rocky’. Her mother responded as saying that teenagers make mistakes and that’s part of life. We turn to our royal expert, Patrick Rofessional. Mr Rofessional, do you think Alexia’s actions undermine the standing of the royal family?

Mr Rofessional: “Well obviously they do not reflect very well on the young lady, but then again, who can blame her? American culture glorifies black rapper culture, so naturally a young girl living in an American colony is going to glorify it too, be she a princess or not.’

I see. But don’t people have higher expectations for the sister of the future queen of Holland?

Mr Rofessional: “To be fair this seems to be kind of in line with expectations for the sister of the future queen. Her father, king Willem-Alexander, has a reputation for being somewhat overly agreeable, so I do not think people are surprised by a daughter rebelling. Mostly the Dutch are just happy that Willem is not as bad as prince Harry ‘the simp’ Windsor.

Shots fired! Thank you mr Rofessional.

And with that concludes our news broadcast. For the weather you may check your smartphone you lazy bastards. Have a great day!

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How cheating works

Maybe my last post was too cryptic. If I’m to contribute to the fight against civilizational decay, best to keep it as clear as possible.

So I say the leftist is a communist is a cheater. Commies cheat. How does cheating work? That’s actually a very relevant question.

Cheating in games
It is easy to understand cheating in literal games. For instance, in a board game like colonizers of Catan — no one looks, whoop suddenly I have two extra resource cards and whaddya know, they’re exactly what I needed to build that city! Did I cheat? Did you observe the slight of hand? Probably you did not — likely you trusted players to play fair and did not feel the need to observe the card pile with eagle eyes. So I’m just gonna go ahead and put that city on the map. Who knows, might even win the game because of that! Occasionally, cheating in board games works.

Of course, time goes by, and people notice you strangely always having the right cards for the right situation. They get angry, accusations fly, and the game is ruined. What can they do?

The answer is obvious: they put a non-cheater in charge of the game, entrust him with the card pile: the game leader. This works relatively well; cheaters may still cheat in minor ways, like dropping an extra street from their own stack on the map when no one is looking, but the sting has been removed, so to say. The resource cards are out of his reach. What does the cheater do?

The game leader is the obvious weak point; either the cheater bribes the game leader or bamboozles him, but that is easier said than done. If your game leader is halfway good at its job, cheaters will suddenly find they have to play fair, or what tends to happen; they stop playing that particular game. Congratulations, you’ve beaten the cheater!

This simulation of game, players, cheaters and game leader holds true for any type of game. See video games such as first person shooters: cheaters use stuff like aimbotting and wallhacking to bypass the rules of the game. Here the game leader are the developers of that game. If they do a decent job, cheaters are spotted and banned for good. If they suck at their job, the game is overrun by cheaters and is ruined.

Cheating in life
And that is also the way it works in real life. Naturally, the rules of real life are not as set in stone as the rules in a board- or video game, but it’s the same principles really. Just, stakes are higher.

On second thought, that the rules are not as set as stone is relevant. That is why cheating in real life is a notch more effective than cheating in video games; we say that Gnon is the ultimate arbiter, the ultimate game leader so to say, but Gnon likes it when some of his rules are bent. Which rules get to be bent and which don’t? Only Gnon knows, and man interprets. But it is in that gray area that cheaters find fertile soil.

Of course, pretty much everyone still recognizes a cheater. Cheaters who cheat in the gray area also tend to cheat in black and white areas.

The lowest form of cheating is of course a simple scam: ‘hey, you don’t know me but I’m a trustworthy guy, give me a hundred dollars and I’ll double it for you’. It’s a one-on-one scam, which works because it bypasses group defenses and forces it’s recipient to be his/her own game leader. Not everyone is good at being game leader, so the scam pays off.

People hate these kind of scammers, with good reason. It’s an obvious lie: the scammer promised to return the investment with interest, but he didn’t. That’s cheating! However, the scammer is also relatively powerless; if caught red-handed, he is always humiliated. Because the scam is small in scale, it’s potential to do damage is limited.

Cheating in groups
So even though our scammer finds a decent amount of juicy situations without game leaders, he is humiliated every now and then for mediocre awards. That cannot do. What can he do? He can expand the scale of his scam, of course! This means: find a group of scammers to cooperate with, and find a bigger playground to operate your scam. A bigger scam means bigger pay-offs! For instance, the recent twitter ‘give me 500 bitcoin and I’ll double it’ scam. The scammers cooperated, hacked the game leader (Twitter HQ) and, pretending to be trustworthy twitter personalities, scammed people out of a ton of money. Mission passed!

But still, this kind of scam tends to be a one time thing, as you are inevitably found out and will probably not succeed again (not with twitter, at least). So if you are a scammer, you usually want more worth for your money. What do?

Well, from our scammer’s perspective, the main problem is that people dislike our scams and call us out for it. If people would just stop doing that, we’d have no problem. Scammers always mitigate this risk by disguising their scams as righteous. This part tends to throw honest people off: ‘how can you not only lie through your teeth but also pretend like you are doing those you scam a favor!‘ Well I mean, that’s just scamming 101. If you were being honest about your lies, you might as well not lie at all. I, for one, respect a liar who lies till he dies.

But acting righteous only takes you so far; it is after all a front, a potemkin village meant to sell your scam. So inevitably, if people start prodding your scam with a stick it comes falling down. You want to prevent people like me from pointing out your scam.

What is the solution?

Getting to the game leader
Well, the bottom line is this: you need to get rid of, or replace, the game leader. That is all it boils down to. Get your coalition of scammers to become game leader, and the sky’s the limit. You could literally burn people’s businesses down while telling them it is for their own good! Beautiful.

So first you need to get rid of the old game leader. If you have a long line of game leaders, this part tends to get bloody. But it has to be done! Need to get your hands a bit dirty if you want to get anywhere in life.

Now, if you’re lucky, there might not be a long line of game leaders in charge. Hell, you might even live in a democracy in which the game leader is designed to be weak! Great! A democracy lends itself to cheaters naturally; just put your most charismatic liar in charge. Make sure he understands his task as a PR figure head pretending to be game leader, a task which of course receives good rewards, and boom: the Bushes, Clintons and Obama explained. It really is that simple.

Now with your scamming coalition having replaced the game leader, the possibilities are endless; you have pulled off the ultimate scam, and when someone calls you out on the scam, you can use force to humiliate him. Great! Of course because you’re a coalition of scammers you have to keep the pretense of the scam going on, so you can’t exactly start to rob people at gunpoint, but you sure can sue people who defend their home from robbers.

So now we’ve entered the highest stage of scamming, the power scam, the scamming suprême, where not only do you scam people, you take away their power to resist the scam. How do we call the type of cheater that pulls of these kinds of scams? We call ’em leftists, progressives or commies.

Evolution selects for group scammers
My take is that commies are evolutionary optimized for these kinds of scams. Essentially, all they do is run giant ponzi schemes meant to scam as big a crowd as possible, be it a family, a village, a country or an entire empire. You’ll always see the same themes: a scam dressed up in righteous clothes, that if prodded falls apart, thus they try to stop you from prodding it. But always will there be a trail of lies and cheating. There has to be, because as we see, the whole thing from the start was engineered as a scam. Which is why whenever you prod a climate commie or prog you quickly discover he has no interest in the truth, besides trying to convince you that he has immense interest in the truth.

Thing is, you can dress up a lie as colorful as you want. The more you talk, the easier it is to hide something. The best lies always have a kernel of truth to them — take global warming, which takes the truth to heart that we simply do not know all the inside outs of planet earth, so it’s entirely possible that industry changes climate. Of course our current observations point to industry having a not so large effect on climate, but already in that nuance lies the potency of the lie. Progressivism, same story: racism exists, it’s a remarkably small problem, but it exists, and progs blow that up. Leftists are good at pulling off stunts like these.

That commies are good at pulling off stunts like these might be a surprise to some. I recognize a cheater when he tries to sell me insurance, I’m sure I’d recognize a cheater in the white house!

Well, sometimes yes, but sometimes no. To dismantle a cheater you need to hang with him personally, get to know him, see him respond in unfamiliar situations. You don’t really know any of the presidents. You’ve likely never even met them. Your interaction with them is entirely one-way, through hearsay, video footage and media snippets.

All these channels of information can be manipulated, and commies know this very well. It’s what they’re good at. Take the following example by reactionary hero Lee Kuan Yew. Young Lee’s fighting the communists in Singapore, right? Commies were popular in twentieth century Asia. And their popularity was intimidating, to Lee also, who at political rallies noticed pro-communist proposals getting louder applause than usual. Guess the people really want communism huh? That is, until Lee noticed certain people were always in the crowd. And moreso, these people only clapped during pro-communist proposals. And moreso, they only clapped when given a signal by a handler! Lee was impressed. A typical commie stunt.

Now imagine if you will, what kind of commie stunts you can pull off if you have near full control of the media. The possibilities are endless! I mean sure, with the free internet your scams tend be exposed a tad quicker, but notice how that video is on youtube, and it might be removed for ‘inciting hatred’ any day. Truth is, mass media offers countless possibilities for cheating, and just as many ways for shaming people who even in silence call out your scams.

No honor among scammers
Of course, a scam is still a scam, and eventually, give it years or decades, people catch on. Obama was the lightbringer in 2008, who is he now? Surely a shadow of his former prophet status.

But you get my point right? While scammer A smiles in front of the camera, scammer B pressures a bakery to ‘bake the f*cking cake bigot’. That’s the power scam, the one-two. Scammer A plays game leader providing cover to scammer B, who in turn pays respect to scammer A. One person distracts the crowd, the other steals their wallets. That’s all leftism is.

And that’s why it all breaks down in the end. You think scammer A and B like each other? They know the nature of their relation. They trust each other as far as they can spit! The situation might be mutually beneficial to them, but the moment their scams run out is the moment their friendship runs out and they turn on each other. After all, none among them took the title of game leader serious in the first place. Hence, leftist singularities.

Back to a good game leader
Luckily, the solution is now obvious: re-install a trustworthy game leader. Trump is solliciting for that job. We are in a historically unique position, since Trump is only partially game leader; like I said, democracy ensures weak, temporary game leaders by design. For Trump to become a real game leader, he has to break out of the democratic mold. He has to become king, as reactionaries call the game leader, or dictator, as cheaters call the game leader. Naturally, Trump would be a good game leader; he has a knack for calling out cheaters (#fakenews).

But the level of cheating is unprecedented; any good scammer worth their salt is making a career in politics. It’s just where all the scammers end up; good people tend to steer clear from democratic politics, because why would they want to join a scamming coalition? So Trump has boatloads of shit to deal with.

For instance, as a final case study in scamming: the corona scam. The corona scam very nicely follows all the rules stipulated above: it is a lie with a kernel of truth, that kernel being that COVID-19 is a real virus, it is contagious, and it is slightly more deadly than the flu. The lie is of course that it justifies shutting down the economy and hurting Trump and his voters as much as possible. It doesn’t. It’s not nearly as deadly, and at this point has also burned out. The corona pandemic is over. Yet the corona scam is in full swing: first the WHO was appointed to game leader, but when they did not spread enough panic, dr Fauci was appointed to game leader, who somewhat understands that the point of the scam is to undermine Trump by spreading as much panic as possible. We might never be able to touch another person again! It’s just the new normal folks. Wear a mask for the rest of your life.

Trump, were he a fair game leader, should have called out the corona scam for what it was. Then again, would he have lost voters over that? Tough to say. Gnon’s grey area. Sometimes the scammers get their way.

Communism, leftism, progressivism, climate communism, all same energy

For a long time Moldbug has made a good point that I am only now getting. His point was: America has a solid communist tradition. As in, all the cool people in the twentieth century were leftists. As in, communist gatherings were hot and happening. And it has been like that for a while. Communism is as American as apple pie, says Moldbug.

It is an excellent point. Really, I think the same goes for Europe. I’m no historician, but I look around and I just plain see people having communist sympathies. Not the majority, but a decent minority. Some people are just naturally into that stuff. Whites are decently communist.

What does it mean to be a leftist, communist or progressive?

The correct definitions are as follows. Communism, like progressivism, is a subset of leftism. Leftism defines itself in mainstream discourse as something like ‘caring a whole lot about everything.’ Reactionaries however correctly define leftism as ‘pretending to care a whole lot about everything.’ A wide range of definitions for leftism is given by various reactionaries, all amounting to the same thing:
Molbug – leftism is rule by scholars; rule through religious scheming and walks through the garden of betrayal.
Spandrell – leftism is psychopathic status maximization; those seeking power for the sake of power, see Hillary Clinton
Jim – leftism is knocking over apple carts as to steal apples; climate commies don’t care about the environment, they care about carbon dioxide taxes.
Me – leftism is cheating by any means necessary. If you say you care a great deal about people far away, you can use that to screw over people nearby.

Like I said, pretty much different definitions of the same thing. Leftism is an ancient phenomenon, a side of humanity we’d rather ignore but can’t because the grander a civilization, the bolder its leftism grows. Leftists are the reducers, the parasites, bacteria and funghi that consume the dead and weak. With the industrial revolution came lots of wealth came lots of opportunities to loot that wealth. What cements Nrx’ place in history is that Nrx was the first internet intellectual fashion that correctly called out and defined this phenomenon.

With leftism defined, it becomes much easier to define two of its subsets, communism and progressivism.

Everybody knows communism. Jim’s definition is excellent: communism is the commie convincing the farmers with one cow to gang up on the farmer with two cows. Naturally, once they kill the farmer with two cows, the commies kill the farmers with one cow, and in the end kill each other. A very typical ending for any form of unchecked leftism.

Everybody nowadays also knows progressivism. Spandrell’s definition is excellent: progressivism is communism based on genetics instead of wealth; biological Leninism.  Instead of hating the bourgoeusie, progs hate white straight men (although being leftists, plenty of hating the bourgeousie).

Progs have not yet killed as many people as commies, but it’s exactly the same energy. The point of central planning was never to plan better, it was to loot and destroy natural production. The point of diversity was never to end racism, it was to loot and destroy Christian society. Just like climate communism never intended to promote nature and beauty, it always intended to loot and destroy civilization.

Call it socialism, central planning, anti-capitalism, equalism, feminism, progressivism warmism, regulationism, bureaucratism, communism, or leftism, whatever you call it, it’s all different faces of the same thing.

Which is why at a certain point we’ve said everything that is to be said on the subject. Leftists of course love being the center of attention; hate ’em or love ’em, just don’t ignore them. I mean, I get it, the West is composed of leftist institutions, the deep state is deeply leftist, so all the talk of the day will inescapably center around the latest progressive madness.

But it gets boring.

That I think is all it boils down to. I myself have been blogging for, what, six years? I get the jest of what is going on. In order for any sense of sanity to return to public debate we have to re-establish what everyone once publicly knew, what they now only privately mutter: that some people are cheaters, rotten apples. If no one calls out the cheaters, the cheaters wreck society. Voila, our current predicament summarized.

Generally it is fairly easy to recognize a cheater. I’m sure you know at least one: he’s the guy who just talks out of his ass. Everyone knows a guy like that. Individually, their scams are perfectly manageable, sometimes even funny, but in groups, in power, they scam society. If Hillary was a suburban mother of one, she’d have told suspicious but harmless stories at parties about how she was under sniper fire during her last holiday. Hillary as a former first wive however…

Same with Dutch ex-minister of foreign affairs Halbe Zijlstra. Were he, I don’t know, a highschool teacher, he’d have told his pupils strange stories of how he shared a Datsja with Putin once where Putin said he intended to conquer the world. Suspicious, but mostly harmless. Make the same guy an important politician, and the stories become suspicious and harmful.

You talk to your neighbors, they agree with that. But turn towards any piece of information that has the state’s seal of approval, be it newspapers, academia, radio, politicians or even controlled opposition, and you will find an absurdly tilted ratio of cheaters telling you a never ending stream of lies.

So, turn it off. It’s repetitious and boring. They hate you and they hate me, and they can come up with a million reasons to justify their hatred. I get it. I will not pull a Moldbug and tell you to bend over backwards for power, but I do not see the use of needlessly provoking power either. Let them stew in their own soup.

We live in an era where cheaters have risen to the top echelons of power, because the generations before us were too busy smelling the roses. I don’t blame ’em: in our forefathers’ place, we’d have done exactly the same. Unfortunately, because there are not so many roses to smell nowadays, we are getting the short end of the stick, and the stick is getting shorter year by year. And that’s our current situation.

So we have to rediscover how to maintain a healthy society, and discover how to pull that off in a post industrial-revolution society. Can’t do the opposite of what the progs do, because the opposite of gobblygook is still gobblygook. So I think (I think!) we have finally reached the end of our leftism analysis.

You have the right to be unhappy

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Where were we? Oh yes, Christianity and Trump. I fully support the right of Christians to support Trump. Similarly, I support the right of non-Christians to support Trump. Smart choices all around. But, I also support the right of non-Christians to oppose Trump. It’s like, your life man. If you choose to be unhappy, you can be unhappy. People have the right to be unhappy.

Rights are a funny thing. Kind of obvious that the judicial system, build around rights, is stupid. Why is it stupid? Because you cannot force a positive right on someone. You cannot say: you have the right not to be poor. Of course a person has the right to be poor! Leave that person alone! Rights only work when they are negative: you have the right to be left alone. A right the government is violating harder than a fourteen year old’s virginity.

Talking about fourteen year old’s virginity. Another touchy subject best to stick a pin in. Men tend to be blind when young women’s sexuality is concerned. Like, if I had a daughter, would not send her off to whore school (aka university). No sir, I know what happens there, no daughter of mine will be involved. But for the overwhelming majority of fathers, apparently no problem at all. ‘Off to whore school with you sweetie, daddy loves you!’ OK, sure, you have the right to be unhappy.

Females just don’t tend to do well with complete sexual freedom. For whatever inexplicable reason, they end up with badboys that dump them. Lots of tears, lots of crying, and then they do it again! It’d be funny if it weren’t so sad for the parents waving goodbye to their chances of becoming grandparents. But then again, the parents were probably the ones to send her off to whore school in the first place. But what did they know? Life’s full with little pieces of sadness…

A man conquers a woman, and a woman want to be conquered in the right way. That’s the human courtship ritual, and that’s all there is to that.

Another thought: what if priests outrank warriors after all? Genghis Khan’s empire fell apart right after he died, Jesus Christ’s empire grew for hundreds of years. You might argue that Genghis had many descendants and Jesus didn’t, but at the same time you’d expect Jesus belief systems to be advantageous to people with similar genetic make-up as him, which makes Jesus have a millenia-long advantage over Genghis. Would explain why there’s so many priests. Life is pretty complex, just whacking a stick at things does not work so well. Need to find tricks and smart stuff, at which priests excel. A warrior may be a better fighter, but the priest ties the warrior’s arms around his back. A warrior guy I knew from high school now live with a full-time working woman who refuses to bare him children. But it’s OK, because he has convinced himself he doesn’t want children either. Ah well. The right to be unhappy.

Moldbug is right – if anything, communism is as American as apple pie. In the same vein, communism is as European as immigration. People seek opportunities, leftism is full of opportunities. Taking advantage of opportunities is cool! Wasting an opportunity is uncool. Which is why all the cool people of the twentieth century were leftists, and why the right just can’t seem to catch a break.

This is also why Trump is having such a rough time. Opportunism runs deep, and Trump is basically saying: let’s stop cheating and play fair. To which hordes of leftists respond: f*ck you orange man, we’re not cheating, you’re cheating! What, you didn’t expect the cheater to cheat so to hide his cheating?

Of course, unbridled opportunism always ends badly, just like never stopping with drinking does not prevent a hangover. Venezuela started with pulling down statues, ended with major food shortages. Remind me of what’s going on in our lands again? Didn’t we say what would happen? And now what’s happening? Exactly what we said would happen. I’ve been doing a ‘told you so’ dance for a few years now. Of course my dance is not as grand as Jim’s told you so dance. Isn’t it nice to be right?

Well, just because you’re right does not mean you get your way, even if Gnon tends to give you a minor thumbs up. I hope Trump wrests control. Would be about time; let’s have some peace! But just because Trump deserves to, does not mean he’ll get it. And just because Trump needs a friendly religion, does not mean he’ll get it. Christianity, Christianity, Christianity… In white pill news, the Dutch Christian party seems be pivoting towards a new leader who ‘can not reconcile open borders with islamist extremism.’ Seems good.

Of course I’ve given my final take on Christianity. I say Christianity as interpreted by Jim offers some protection, but if we’re using Christianity as interpreted by Jim it’s not really Christianity anymore innit? Might as well call it… Never mind.

Thing is, at the end of the day I’m a Jimian. I’m not with the Jesus is lord thing, but in all major aspects of my thinking I’m Jimian. It’s just the most useful frame to view the world with. Jim’s a smart man. Did you catch his comment on Scott Aaronson? Jim said something to the extent of: ‘Aaronson is a quantum physicist, but not as good at it as he thinks, because I am only interested in quantum physics as a hobby and understand it better than he does.’

Oh no you didn’t just pull an ‘I dabble in…’ 😂

So what can I say? Let’s see how Jim’s 5-D chess will work out. For now, I feel free as a bird once again. See if we can still create the occasional spicy content.

It’s ok to make mistakes and other random thoughts

What was I going to say again? Unsure. I feel like I have a lot to say yet nothing to say. Just a random bunch of blurbs, I guess.

First of, everything that is broken is always broken in the same way, while everything that works works in its own unique way. Consider: in what ways are iphone or android different? Doesn’t matter if the smartphone is broken, matters if it works. Tolstoy had the amazing talent to be very precise in minute ways, very wrong in big ways.

Next, on making mistakes. In Prog world, there is little room for mistakes. It’s like with the commies: the feedback system of good and bad is seemingly arbitrary. Hard to say what you do is right and what you do is bad. John Kerry lying about his war experience was no problem, wanting to do your job as a cop is. Holiness is a fickle thing. Being holy is hard work, and once you are unholy, whoo boy you’re going to lose some sleep at night.

Truth is, it’s OK to make mistakes. One of the reasons Avatar the last Airbender was so nice was because Aang made plenty of mistakes, but it was all good in the end. You learn from your mistakes and that’s it, you move on.

But to do so, have to exit the temple of holiness. You work for the state? Well shucks, you’re stuck in the temple of holiness. You work for a company bigger than a hundred people? HR tentacles drag you into a temple of holiness. And of course even small business is not fully protected, see the ‘bake the cake bigot’ incident.

But the further you step away from the epicenter, the less reach the Cathedral has. And besides, fear of reprisal tends to loom larger than the actual reprisal. Much to be said for the Vox Day method of dealing with things; one of the very few namefags who seemingly says exactly what he wants to say.

I think I’ve come around to embracing the ‘no central conspiracy’ crowd more. As in, there are central conspiracies, obviously, but they are not as powerful as they portray themselves to be. Hillary has no clue what’s she’s doing. These people have no plan besides wringing their hands and imagining how powerful they’re going to be just after this next heist.

Leftism has become boring. Power by itself is cool, and the power to simultaneously lockdown your enemies while your allies loot and burn cities is pretty cool, but it really feels like the jig is up.

Progressivism is a subset of leftism, and leftism at its best is a bank robbery — sure you’re stealing stuff, but at least it’s cool. Leftism at its worst is a bum robbing you with a rusty knife. We’re kind of approaching that point.

At the end of the day, the whole point of Progressivism was to loot the treasure made by Christianity. Well, most of the treasure has been looted; not so much left. Normies are done with it, rightly so. The fire will get worse before it gets better, but everyone’s hoping it gets better.

Do I have anything else to say? I’m sure I had more… I dunno. Just thinking about some stuff.

‘Peaceful protesters’

I’ve done some more thinking on the religion problem and I think it’s time to stick a pin in it.

I feel like the point is made, and the point is valid. No religion is permanent; stories stick around for a while, until they grow outdated and are replaced by new stories. From a programmer’s perspective, which I am totally not, you could say a religion is a program for social technology: use this program and succeed. Of course, a successful program attracts hackers and free-riders. Takes a lifetime to build something, takes only one successful attempt to steal something. To counteract this, you patch your social technology. You add new lines of codes to better protect the old ones. In Christianity, the third century added trinity is a typical patch example.

But patching only takes you so far. The program is at its core still the same, and eventually patch safeguards will be bypassed as well. You can add even more patches, but at a certain point you’ve passed the point of diminishing returns and you are better off implementing an entirely new version of the program.

Regarding Christianity, we have passed that point. Selling Christianity at this point is the story of the salesman selling a soup-making stone to an old lady: ‘just add a bouillon cube, chicken and some vegetables, and this stone makes the best soup in the world!’ It’s a tough sell. So that’s what I think about Christianity.

HOWEVER, however.

Have you perchance checked the news lately? Shit’s getting crazy out there. Corona has been literally thrown out of the window in favor of burning cities. Trump’s enemies are descending into madness. It’s a total mass psychosis.

First time I heard about George Floyd my first thought was: ‘Really? We’re gonna do Trayvon Martin again? Some lowlife criminal scum got into a fight, it ended badly and we’re supposed to show empathy?’ So I did some reading, and sure enough, George Floyd turned out to be lowlife criminal scum, whose criminal record included armed house robbery. That fucker tried to rob me at gunpoint I’d wack his head in with a baseball bat or die trying. God damn. Dude was also an alcoholic who scammed shop owners with fake money. How the hell is anyone supposed to empathize with this guy?

Of course at this point the left is so frothing mad that they’ll literally take anything as an excuse for chaos, hence ‘George Floyd the hero’, which is just as ludicrous as the ‘peaceful protestors’ going out in his name. I mean, c’mon. Talk about suspension of disbelief. Have you seen what is going on? It is back-to-back black looting and antifa violence. It’s an attempted US color revolution, y’know, where the progressive elite sends out the mob, says ‘wow these people have legitimate grievances we have no choice but to remove Trump as president’ and tries to do so. It’s so fake and lame.

Luckily we have Trump. Damn am I happy we have Trump. You know what Trump did? He teargassed the ‘peaceful protestors’ in front of the white house, reclaimed the park they were destroying, and, I kid you not, walked through the park to stop in front of a church where he held the bible high for a few minutes. Even my girl, who maintains a healthy skepticism of all this dark enlightenment talk, was impressed – perhaps Trump reads Jim after all?

Anyway, the whole display was thoroughly impressive. Trump restoring order in the face of chaos. What a hero. And really, that’s the important thing right now. I can go on about needing a new religion all day, but at the end of the day, Trump is fighting the most important fight, and what he needs is most important. Either Trump quells this and we get order, or he loses and we get chaos; I don’t really believe there is an in-between option at this point. That is the most pressing issue at this point.

The good news is that, when comparing the situation with past leftist singularities such as the French, Russian and Cambodian revolutions, in every case the monarch preceding those revolutions displayed glaring weakness. You can plausibly say it was Louis XVI, Nicolas II and Norodom Sihanouk’s own actions that lead to their demise. Trump is not displaying weakness, none at all. So from a historic perspective, that’s a good sign.

But it also means Trump needs a unified priestly backing. So, here’s what I propose – Christianity is dead and beyond revival, I don’t care what Jim says. But Trump holds up the bible, signaling he wants a unified priesthood. What I can give is historic Christianity: that all that is good and beautiful in the West is owed to our forefathers being Christians. I interpret Trump’s bible not as a sign that we should convert to Catholics, but that Trump wants the same peace, prosperity, law and order as we had during the height of the Christian West. That, I can fully support.

So I’ll stop my resurrection heresy talk. Probably return to Jim’s place eventually. The points have been made, the battle lines have been drawn. Deus Vult, long live the God Emperor!

 

Bonus: how to discuss racism with your wife
A major power vector of the Progs is the gynocracy – that men are not allowed to lead their women, and that women consequently turn to big pimp daddy the state. Although it mostly takes testosteron to peel away women from big pimp daddy the state, some tact and charm helps. So, how to discuss racism?

Well, first-off, George Floyd is obviously not about racism: it’s about white men using blacks as a meat shield to advance their own agenda.

OK, but racism is still real right?

The honest answer is: yes, it is. But here’s how it works.

Racism is when I am being an asshole to someone just because I hate the color of their skin. It’s unfair. That is racism, it’s a vice, and it exists.

How much does it exist? And I don’t mean how often does it exist on social media, we all know experiencing racism is holy so on social media everyone experiences racism five times a day. I mean, how often have you seen racism happen with your own eyes?

Me, I’ve never seen it. Not once. My girl has seen it once; moved a black woman to tears. So, how big of a vice is racism in society? It’s a minor one. One the same level as people not paying their bills. Are people burning stores and throwing bricks protesting people not paying their bills? Not in a million years. So you can see how absurd the whole situation is.

Christianity vs new religion

Let’s talk about my disagreement with Jim.

Most of it has already been said over at Jim’s. The basic disagreement is: Christianity or a new religion? Jim wants Christianity, I want a new religion.

I feel that Christianity at this point is what Sol Invictus was at the time of Roman emperor Aurelian – dated social technology, used only because there is no apparent alternative.

What is Sol Invictus you ask? Sol Invictus was the Roman continuation of the Greek pantheon; Zeus became Jupiter, Ares became Mars, that stuff. Aurelian, who around 270 AD impressively re-united the Roman empire, needed a single narrative to unite his lands. The tried and tested Sol Invictus was his natural choice. But although we learned in history class that Jupiter and his buddies were the Roman choice of religion, we also learn that religions die and disappear. Sol Invictus was already dying at the time of Aurelian, and Aurelian did not save it. Barely fifty years later emperor Constantine chose Christianity over Sol Invictus, and the rest is history.

The parallel with Christianity in the twenty-first century seems apparent to me. Now, instead of Sol Invictus, Christianity is the dated religion. I don’t want to side with a religion that has peaked. I want to be cool and stuff.

But okay, okay. Let’s back up for a second, take a look at Jim’s point of view.

The issue at hand is that we are looking at a rather bleak future. The progressive utopian future has at this point been completely debunked; instead of self-driving cars, we get state-imposed paralysis, where no one is allowed to build anything. Instead we are looking at the reactionary pessimistic future; that of a collapsing society. There has been debate as to how dramatic the collapse will be. The basic divide on this was: ‘it’ll stabilize and limp on’ versus ‘it’ll be French revolution bad.’

Seeing how the left is losing all control of its constituency, it seems that the ‘French revolution’ side has the slight upper hand. This happens to very much be Jim’s side, who is fond of repeating that democracy is over, we just haven’t realized it. Basically, if you think things have escalated quickly in the past few years, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

So that’s bad news. Even moreso for our good friend Trump. In Jim’s world, it is either do or die for Trump. Either he rules or he is killed (a sentiment shared, tellingly enough, by George Soros in an interview I can’t trace back). The situation will continue to spiral out of control until someone forcibly puts a stop to it.

From this perspective, Trump needs something now. Not in twenty years, definitely not in fifty years, but now. What could that be, what does Trump need?

Well, considering his main enemy is the progressive religion, and considering you need fire to fight fire, Jim’s answer is: Christianity! After all, there are still many Christians, many Christian communities, and to appeal to them is a lot easier than to build up something entirely new.

The idea is not to convert Christians to a different kind of Christianity, but to permit them to say out loud what they already know: that the gay priest in their church preaching the virtues of feminism is not Christianity at all; it is the devil wearing a Christian skin suit. Christian churches have been to the brim infiltrated by demons wearing Christian skin suits, and the Christians know it. If, Jim argues, they are willing to act on their disgust and exorcise those demons, well, then suddenly we are fighting fire with fire.

Naturally, I have some reservations. If Christians were willing to exorcise their demons, why haven’t they already done so? Christians are sleeping. Are they secretly resisting? Are they waking up? I don’t know. I am not seeing much of it.

But what do I know. I am not a Christian. Which, I think, is in the end what settles our disagreement. A Christian accepts Jesus as his lord and savior. I don’t accept Jesus as my lord and savior. Well I mean, in a utopian Christian society I’d have no problem saying that I accept Jesus as my lord and savior, but privately I wouldn’t, and since we don’t live in a utopian Christian society, I am free to publicly say I don’t accept Jesus as my lord and savior.

I tried praying at dinner, but it just doesn’t do it for me. I found myself praying to Gnon instead of God, and praying to Gnon felt silly because neither I nor Gnon cared about me praying. I’m not a Christian, I’m a post-Christian.

Some will say that doesn’t matter; that doubt of faith is as old as time itself. Man up and play the part, they say. I disagree. Conviction of faith is crucial, for some men at least. I count myself as one of those men. If my heart isn’t in it, not gonna do it. And my heart is not in Christianity, so not gonna do it. As simple as that.

But of course, that means I no longer have any sort of solution. I’m out, sort of. Leaving Christianity to the Christians. So, Jim’s plan it is. And in all fairness, Jim’s plan is better than no plan. We’ll see if Christians have any fight in them left.

How did they do it!?

Alf:      Welcome ladies and gentlemen to a brand new episode of How did they do it!?, the spectacular show in which famous guests take us behind the scenes of some of the greatest events in history. I am Alf, your host, and let’s get right into a very special episode!

On tonight’s episode of How did he do it!?, oh my dear audience, we have quite the doozy. For this evening our guests will be none other than the men, the myths, the legends: the four apostles of Jesus Christ himself! We’ll have a dandy talk about what really transpired during those magical years so long ago… May I please­ have a big applause for Mark, Matthew, Luke and John!

 *Mark, Matthew, Luke and John join on stage, take their respective chairs*

Alf:      Gentlemen so great of you to come. Truly an honor it is.

Mark: Thank you for having us.

Alf:      A pleasure. We have quite some ground to cover so let’s get right into it. Tonight we’ll be doing something I’m sure many people are excited about: we’re going to take a trip down memory lane and discuss the top eight miracles performed by Jesus Christ, and..

*turns to audience*

..once and for all answer the question,  say it with me now: How. Did. They. Do it!?

Number ten, by popular demand from the audience, is none other than:

*cutscene to snazzy video that visually accompanies below text*

  1. the virgin birth

“An angel of the lord appeared to Joseph and said: ‘Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife, for the child conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit.” Matthew 1:20-23

*end cutscene. Every number countdown on the show has similar accompanying snazzy video cutscene.*

Alf:      ‘Gentlemen, I think it’s safe to say that Jesus had the most extraordinary birth, with his mother being a virgin and all. How was that possible?

Matthew:        ‘Hahaha. Naturally, people were right to be skeptical about this one. You must understand that we wrote the gospels years after events transpired, which gave us some leniency. On this one we took the easy route: we lied.’

*audible shocks from the audience.*

Matthew:        ‘Haha, I mean, what did you expect? Couldn’t have been the son of God if he was the son of Joseph. Worked well enough I’d say. The only thing I felt bad about was Joseph: inevitably haters circulated rumors that Mary had cheated on Joseph. But let me clear the air: Jesus clearly was his father’s son. Same eyes, same mannerisms, the whole shebang.’

Alf:      ‘My God that is quite an interesting start to this countdown! Moving on…’

  1. water to wine

“When the steward of the feast tasted the water now become wine, and did not know where it came from (though the servants who had drawn the water knew).” John 2:9-10

Alf:      ‘Turning water to wine, quite the party trick! I think everyone could use a Jesus at their parties..’

*winks to audience. Audience laughs.*

John:    ‘This was a good one. We hadn’t planned on anything – it was just a wedding party. But people had a good time and they ran out of wine. But we knew a guy next door who had plenty of wine, so Jesus starts smiling and tells us to get it without telling anyone. So we did, and it turned out he had told the servants to fetch caskets of water. We pulled a switcheroo, and bam: party of the century.’

Alf:      ‘My my what an unexpected turn of events! But didn’t the neighbor tell everyone what happened?

John:    ‘Well of course, and rightly so. But by then the magic had already happened, y’feel me?’

Alf:      ‘I feel you.’

  1. splitting bread and fish

“he took the seven loaves and the fish; and after giving thanks he broke them and gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds. And all of them ate and were filled; and they took up the broken pieces left over, seven baskets full.  Those who had eaten were four thousand men, besides women and children.” Matthew 15:32-39

Matthew:        The big lunch was pretty much a better rehearsed repeat of the drunk wedding. We knew there wasn’t enough food and had made arrangements. So when Jesus asked for empty caskets, we actually gave him filled ones, and he made a small show out of it. Naturally we sat closest to him, and we made sure any view that revealed the trick was obscured. Worked like a charm. The seven leftover baskets was of course a wink to the actual total amount of food we actually made appear.  Four hundred people, four thousand, what’s the difference?

Alf:      I must say, quite the feat still !

  1. healing the sick

And, behold, there came a leper and worshipped him, saying, Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean. And Jesus put forth his hand, and touched him, saying, I will; be thou clean. And immediately his leprosy was cleansed. Matthew 8:2-3

Matthew:        How do miracle healers heal the sick? Kind of the bread and butter for every prophet no? It just comes the territory. But I guess you want an explanation anyway. Well, basically it’s a mix of things. You have a script, but every time you use different tricks, improvise differently. Our go to was of course our ‘sick’ friend who was suddenly healed. We’d give him a temporary skin disease with poisonous plants, or he’d play a blind man. Later on we had to rely less on such tricks; our collective presence was enough to drive out the inner demons of those seeking our help. It wasn’t much, but it was honest work, y’know?

Alf:      But surely you had to deal with disappointed customers?

John:    Disappointed customers?! *John has an angry face*

Mathew:         No no that’s fair. How does any miracle healer deal with disappointed customers? They come and go. Some were touched but fell back into illness. Some had unrealistic expectations. But many people were touched by Jesus and healed for good. He was a healer, he really was.

Alf:      Fascinating.

4. walking over water

When therefore they had rowed about five and twenty or thirty furlongs, they behold Jesus walking on the sea, and drawing nigh unto the boat: and they were afraid. 20 But he saith unto them, It is I; be not afraid.” (John 6:15–21)

Mark:   Can I take this one? It’s a special one. Naturally, we made up the whole thing about Jesus walking on water. But it’s a good metaphor for what had happened in the group. At this point we had attracted some attention. We were uncertain where it would lead us. We had some in-fighting; that’s the storm. Jesus saw what was going on, and calmed us, calmed the storm. We sorted out some stuff. So the story is really just a respectful nod to that.

John:    Well said.

3. making a tree whither

When evening came, they would go out of the city. As they were passing by in the morning, they saw the fig tree withered from the roots up. Being reminded, Peter said to Him, “ Rabbi, look, the fig tree which You cursed has withered.” Mark 11:19-21

Mark:   Yeah this happened. This was in the later days, when we started receiving a lot of pushback from the religious authorities. Jesus pointed at a tree, said it was like Israel: looked fine at first glance, but was actually rotting from the inside. We thought he was being dramatic, but he was actually right; the tree turned out to be dying. Sometimes Jesus would do stuff like that; he had an excellent eye. 

Alf:      Sounds like quite the character!

  1. raising of Lazarus

Jesus called in a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out!” The dead man came out, his hands and feet wrapped with strips of linen, and a cloth around his face. Jesus said to them, “Take off the grave clothes and let him go.” John 11:1-44

*John laughs*

John:    Yes this was a controversial one. So at this point we were really hitting it off as a group. Everywhere we went, people came. People told us stories about ourselves that we would not have dared to come up with ourselves. Women spontaneously fell to the ground saying Jesus had healed them. And of course, the priestly elite was vehemently debating how to deal with this ‘king of the Jews.’ It was quite the happening. Jesus recognized that he’d either have to flee or face the state religion. He decided to face the state religion, and perform one last miracle. But in order to pull that off, he wanted to have a practice run. That run was Lazarus.

Matthew:        Lazarus’s sister was completely in love with Jesus. Lazarus was too much of an alcoholic to take the whole thing serious, but he liked a good gag. So they pretended he turned ill, then died and had him ‘buried’. Jesus shows up at the grave, says the magic words and boom: alive Lazarus. But Lazarus was known for causing trouble, and he was a bad actor. The story was kind of a failure, which is why most of us didn’t include it in the gospels.

John:      Without that story we would not have had the experience to pull off the resurrection.

Luke:      That story almost gave away our plans for the resurrection!

Alf:       A touchy subject! Since we’re alluding to the number one miracle anyway, let’s make it official!

  1. the resurrection

And as they thus spake, Jesus himself stood in the midst of them, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. But they were terrified and affrighted, and supposed that they had seen a spirit. And he said unto them, Why are ye troubled? and why do thoughts arise in your hearts? Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have. Luke 24:36-39

Luke:                ‘Yeess the big one! So amazing how that turned out. Man were we anxious about that. The big problem is that we had no control over what they’d do with the body. He was in enemy hands. And with the whole Lazarus thing, we were scared they’d take precautions. But they hadn’t. So with the help of Joseph we paid off the bodyguard, took Jesus’ body and buried it elsewhere. Boom, Jesus gone!’

Alf:      ‘Impressive! But that does not explain him returning from the dead.’

Matthew:        ‘Are we spilling the beans? I guess we are spilling the beans. It was simple, really: we knew a guy in a traveling circus who resembled Jesus somewhat. A good actor. But most importantly: for some past crime he had been nailed to a cross. Still had the scars to show. We offered him enough money to make it worth his time.‘

Alf:      ‘Dear lord. But that wouldn’t hold on closer inspection no?’

Matthew:        ‘Which is why Jesus resurrected in Emmaüs, a village where few had seen him, and even those few had only seen him once or twice. They heard the stories though. Imagine: fifteen exhilarant men all surround a man, and all of them act as if there were not a speck of doubt in their minds that that man is Jesus. It was the climax to everything we’d done so far. It was crazy, you should’ve seen the looks on people’s faces. Word spread like wildfire. So obviously, ‘Jesus’ only stayed with us for a few hours, then left. But, those few hours were enough, you know? They were enough.’

Alf:      ‘And the rest is history. Amazing, truly amazing. I’d like to thank you for your time gentlemen, it has been a blast of an evening. Dear audience, thank you for joining us, tune in next time when we’ll have Lenin and Stalin discussing who gulaged whom. Have a wonderful night!’

 

Cooperation breakdown

It is ironic how in the same month I write a post about cooperation, I pick a fight over at Jim’s. My thoughts on the topic are still on-going (I have re-written this post multiple times), so I’ll keep it short for now.

The crux of the issue is that Jim wants Christianity as the new state religion, while I much rather keep open what we call our new state religion. This is a breaking point, because priests need to agree on a common story, and our story is not agreed upon.

I was angry about this at first. Now, I’m not sure.

My biggest problem is that Christianity isn’t cool. And I don’t think it will be cool. Some people say: ‘power dictates what is cool’ but I say cool also dictates what is power.

Faith cannot be faked.

Well, to an extent, it can, obviously. The logical inconsistencies in Christianity are almost as old as Christianity itself, and Christians for a long time have been able to solve it by basically saying: we don’t discuss it. Christianity worked, so why take risks. I believe this summarizes Jim’s take.

But I think some risk has to be taken. Christianity has become anachronistic, a victim of the knowledge it’s peace has brought to mankind. These days everyone’s carrying a camera hooked up to the internet. Are we really going back to believing men can wave their hands and heal the blind? It’s bad roleplaying, ergo not cool. I mean, when the coolest Christians are Justin Bieber, Roosh V and bishop Don ‘magic’ Juan, it seems to me you’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel.

Humanity is still young. About 6,000 years of civilization young. Stories will come and go. Just because a story had a good run does not mean it is the only story and it has to run forever. I feel like that guy/girl in the ‘leave britney ALONE!’ meme. ‘Leave Jesus ALONE!’ He did his thing, his thing was awesome, and now we move on.

So, then what? Well, considering my prototype is Jimianity, and Jim’s prototype is Christianity, it’s fair to say any proposal will sound insane until it proves itself otherwise. But I’m pretty sure the right road is in there, somewhere. We’ll see.

Cooperation

OK, here we go. The big cooperation post.

Why big? Well, because cooperation is the one thing that gets you ahead. If you can get a group of smart men (and their wives) to cooperate, sky’s the limit. Cooperation scales like nothing else. Cooperation is apex power.

So, how does cooperation work?

Well, obviously I have not figured it all out. But if any reactionary principle really worked wonders for me, it’s cooperation. My take used to be the lone ranger take: you do your own thing, make sure it works, and then you don’t have to worry about what other people do. I still like that take, but doesn’t work as well as cooperation. There’s a hard limit to what you can do alone. Consider the expertise problem: I like DIY and I can do basic repairs, but if I’d want to renovate the bathroom the learning curve would likely be too steep and time-consuming to pull off nicely. There’s simply not enough time to be good in everything. Which is why we have division of labor. Hey ho capitalism!

But money is just one form of cooperation. Many more forms which all melt together: for reproduction, for power, for life! Cooperation is the peak of human experience.

Now, I want to back that up, make sure we understand each other. Let’s look at David Dobrik.

David Dobrik is a twenty-something Los Angeles based youtube star. Arguably the most popular YouTuber, surpassing Pewdiepie. How did David do that? Well, check out his content.

 

So even if you only understand twenty percent of what going on, the vibe is obvious: these are the guys you want to be friends with. There’s free cars, there’s Snoop Dogg, there’s dancing and girls… It’s party all around.

How many parties do you throw? And if you’d throw a party, who’d show up?

I mean, just try and count how many people feature in his vlog. And consider that about fifteen of those are regulars.  It’s ridiculous. Compare with Pewdiepie, who sits behind his pc and plays games. Well I mean, Pewdiepie collabs, but can’t compare to David Dobrik. Nothing beats cooperation.

Now you might say: ‘pffoei, that stuff is all scripted anyway!’ Yes, much of it is scripted. What did you expect? We are all dancing monkeys, performing our dancing monkey dance. But you try to write a script everybody can agree on. It’s hard. It’s like… I dunno. A combination of freeflow and vision, of allowing people to completely being themselves while simultaneously nudging them in the right direction. You can’t keep a group of people around for years without giving them something they really want.

Now you might say: ‘pffoei, Dobrik’s life is the degenerate LA life.’ And you’d have a point. I mean, of course he’s living the LA life! If he’d be living anything but the prog party life, he would not have made it in LA.

But that ties into the point I am making: you work together with the people you encounter. Dobrik’s vlog is the best type of cooperation you could pull off if you want expensive cars, college parties and celebrity connects.

But of course, we are looking for a non-degenerate, child-filled way of cooperation. We want cooperation between men with wives and children. Family based, patriarchy based. The stuff great civilizations are made of. That is the most wholesome, most effective form of cooperation. It is of course currently also the most illegal form.

So, where to start?

Well, wherever you want to start. Here’s some thoughts of mine.

I think a männerbund is a good base. If a group of men feel connected to one another, share common hobbies and/or interests, already ahead of the curve. A männerbund of ten men can out-cooperate a group of fifty atomized men.

Männerbund cooperation automatically scales to include women. This is of course where it gets even more illegal, although if it is pulled of the right way, creates an oasis of peace and calm. People at a very deep level crave to be part of a group. Women especially so. Of course, being women, they’ll test first if the men are really as tough as they front. Pass the shit-test, which is to say, impress upon the women that the group has its own internal hierarchy, irrespective of outside forces, and women will turn happy and cooperate among themselves.

As I type this I realize that I take familial cooperation, between man, wife and children, for granted. But here, same principles apply: if you make a good team with your wife, you’re already miles ahead. Many couples floundering. While it can be such fun: a well-owned woman blossoms like a flower, becoming outgoing, radiant, bubbly, internally serene and outwardly energetic.

Cooperation requires a certain amount of kayfabe, which is to say, you play a slightly exaggerated role. Different people have different roles, and the trick is to allow people to play their preferred role in a way that benefits the group. This is where reactionaries shine: many political factions trying to cooperate, but all of them have self-defeating quirks that prevent cooperation. Leftists for instance cooperate in a race to kill each other. Cucks cooperate in a race to rat each other out. Ethno-nationalists cooperate in a race to award themselves victim status. We however are free to cooperate in whatever manner works, because our perspective is to do what pleases Gnon, and successful cooperation does exactly that.

I think of cooperation as a bunch of people standing on each other’s shoulders, building a human pyramid. How high does the pyramid go? Well, depends on how well the people cooperate. One person can only be in one place, so in order for the whole pyramid to function, everyone needs to know their place and how they function within the pyramid. If you build a big pyramid with lots of people, changing its structure becomes hard, even impossible. It becomes big, starts to sway beyond the control of any one of its members. Which is why you need what reactionaries call social technology: a bunch of tricks and shortcuts to keep the pyramid stable. Which is why we like the bible, which is filled to the brim with social technologies.

Consider our current elite, which is rapidly losing its ability to cooperate. It’s the mightiest pyramid, but oh boy is it swaying and dropping off people right and left. The unsolvable problem the progs face is that cooperation requires politically incorrect traditions and the whole thing about being a prog is that you stay PC. The more you stick to the actual progressive doctrine, the more impotent you grow, which is why leftist men no longer attract women. Progressivism is in this sense also a relatively ‘benign’ ideology, as it promotes the incompetent, not the malevolent.

I put benign in quotation marks because when power is concerned, little stays benign. I do not know exactly what happened on St James island, but it is obvious that Jeffrey Epstein was a facilitator of cooperation between the elite. The reason Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, prince Andrew and who not associated with Epstein was because through Epstein, you had access to a network you’d otherwise have not. What specifically did Epstein provide that made him so effective? I don’t know, but judging by his arrest and subsequent murder, it was illegal. Probably involved teenage girls. Here’s a wild speculation: what if Epstein promised reproductive success? Like, you could select your own dream girl, impregnate her, and Epstein would take care of the rest? I dunno, I’m just spitballing.

What I’m saying is, if cooperation among the elite breaks down, murder is where we logically end up. And since cooperation among the elite is breaking down, murder is likely where we will end up. So let’s see if we can come up with something better.