Where we are now

A survey of the talking heads talking about the fall of Kabul confirms that our major military objective in Afghanistan was to teach nine year old girls to put a condom on a banana.

I am happy about the fall of Kabul, because Afghanistan is the graveyard of empires. It is where empires go to die, but don’t make the mistake of thinking that the enemy of your enemy is your friend.

We face two live faiths that hate us and want us to die, progressivism and Islam. The Taliban hates you and wants you to die almost as much as our government does. In this case, the enemy of your enemy is definitely not your friend.

Then there is Xi thought, the Chinese state religion. It is walking dead, like the faith of the Soviet Union after Stalin, a zombie, irreparably rotting and falling apart. Xi is trying to revive it with an infusion of Marxism, and is currently allied with progressives in America against Americans, while at war with their muppets and sock puppets closer to his borders, taking advantage of disunity and corruption within the American elite. At the moment, the left that is in his pocket is in the saddle within America, and is comfortable letting the American empire fall back. But the left that is not in his pocket is getting steamed about the collapse of empire.

I hope that Xi will turn right to Confucianism. Trying to revive Marxism as the Chinese State Religion is not going well for him. It’s dead, Jim.

In Russia, protected by Putin’s nukes, Christianity is returning from the dead. It is good at returning from the dead. But while no longer dead, is not altogether alive yet. Still has merely the aliveness of a mustard seed.

Holy war is coming, and you need to take a gun to a gunfight, and a faith to a holy war. Our best prospect for winning is the Christianity that is barely beginning to show tiny shoots of green in Russia.

Old Type Roman Catholicism is alive, and I wish it well, but the Pope is a heretic, an apostate, and a pagan, and the Vatican is in the pocket of the lavender mafia. This is a fatal weakness for a supranational centralized faith. It is a fatal weakness of supranationalism, universalism, and centralization. Always rots from the head down.

Worse, even Old Type Roman Catholicism is fatally blue pilled, and has been ever since it capitulated to the Troubadours. We need a state religion that is compatible with elite fertility, or else whites will disappear and the remnants will be wiggers.

Orthodoxy has the great advantage of being a coalition of national faiths.

When the Tsar conquered some place X that was not orthodox, he would install a King of X, and would send a Russian Orthodox priest from Russia to X to run their state religion, who would give a quick touch up spray paint job on the existing state religion of X to make it orthodox, declare himself X orthodox instead of Russian Orthodox, and fiercely defend the national prerogatives of the distinctive and significantly different national X Orthodox Church (The touch up job was seldom very thorough). The King of X installed by the Tsar would take orders from the Tsar, and the Russian priest installed the Tsar would take orders from that King, rather than directly from the Russian Orthodox Church in Moscow, but Russian Orthodoxy and X orthodoxy would remain in communion.

We have to replace our existing universalist state religion of progressivism and woke with a national and nationalist state religion, and Orthodoxy fits the bill better than old type Roman Catholicism, which is fatally and inherently blue pilled and fatally supranational.

Empires go to Afghanistan to die. They die not because Afghanistan is a tough nut to crack. It is easy to conquer Afghanistan. It is not very hard to rule Afghanistan. Imposing your State religion on it, is, however considerably harder, because you have to intrude the state into every nook and cranny, which is, in Afghanistan, extremely difficult. Successful governments in Afghanistan kept order and safety on Afghanistan’s primary asset (the crossroads of central Asia) and let the rest slide, relying on the roads across Afghanistan as their primary, and often their only, source of revenue, and political and economic power. Unsuccessful empires in Afghanistan went there to impose their universal state religion, and forgot about the roads linking central Asia. In our case, forgot about the roads, pipelines, internet, and electricity grid linking central Asia.

Defeat in Afghanistan was foreshadowed by the fact that the Afghan internet is an outlying branch of the American internet. A competent empire would have made it the central node of the central Asian internet so that it could spy on the network traffic. If the war had been run competently, everyone along the roads linking central Asia would find themselves with good internet connections, and everyone near the roads would find a good internet connection on their cell phones, with a short ping time to all of central Asia.

Keeping the roads open, orderly, and safe is the sort of thing that empires are good at and can easily do. Getting nine year old girls woke is pushing muck uphill, and empires go to Afghanistan to die because they are pushing muck uphill.


1,075 Responses to “Where we are now”

  1. […] This is a clearly true statement about the priesthood. However, the problem is not limited to the priesthood, as a casual glance at the political environment in 2021 reveals. Thus I disagree with e.g. Pooch at https://blog.reaction.la/war/where-we-are-now/ […]

  2. Pseudo-Klausius says:

    In the solid Orthodox churches, marriages are still quasi-arranged, and if the father is absent or too much of a pussy to do the arranging, then the parish priest (almost always himself a married man with children) will take on the role of father. So indeed, I would say purity in both young men and women can be practical in the Orthodox Church. However, unfortunately, even the Orthodox have a real problem with over-educating their daughters and delaying marriage. Here’s a relatively liberal priest’s wife commenting on the problem:


  3. […] as I was drafting this post I came across some comments in a similar vein at https://blog.reaction.la/war/where-we-are-now/ from August […]

  4. The Cominator says:

    Its clear to me that the Democrats and the oligarchy and their mockingbird media now want Biden out in favor of Harris sooner rather than later.

    We should not want this… Harris is lucid enough that she can actually be blamed personally for awful decisions. Biden is clearly so far gone that normies are going to blame not a senile old man but the regime behind him. We need to try to keep Biden in as long as possible.

    Most of us have moved to red states… I’ll be calling Skeletor and gay fag RINO Rubio’s office to tell them to vote no on impeachment for Biden himself (and why I oppose it as a right winger) should it come up for all the good it will do…

    • Pooch says:

      The President is a figurehead and has no power. Replacing Harris with Biden isn’t going to mean much pragmatically speaking. What it represents though, is the beginning stages of the white governing elite being replaced by black sheboons which I welcome. An elite of DMV ladies is not going to need much to eventually defeat.

      Most of us have moved to red states… I’ll be calling Skeletor and gay fag RINO Rubio’s office to tell them to vote no on impeachment for Biden himself (and why I oppose it as a right winger) should it come up for all the good it will do…

      Don’t waste your time. The time for political solutions has passed.

      • The Cominator says:

        Biden is an OBVIOUS figurehead who can’t make decisions… that is what is great about him. When he fucks up the whole Cathedral regime looks bad.

        Kamala all the loathing can be put onto her personally.

        • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

          Yes, the discussions I am having are that the government is responsible for all this mess, not Biden. Only one guy is even trying to blame Biden and he is getting a lot of pushback. Everyone else looks at it as the government as a while fucking up. Plus, the longer that McConnell et al ignore Biden’s obvious cognitive collapse, the more they look complicit. The whole system is losing credibility.

          • The Cominator says:

            Which is why we want Biden to stay in as long as possible. Not the obvious lightning road Kameltoe.

            • pyrrhus says:

              I think that was always Kemala’s purpose…No one in either party wants her to be President…

              • The Cominator says:

                They do now.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  I think you’ve made a pretty good case for Biden staying in office, but I also think that Harris is actually, objectively incompetent. So while the dynamic may change, given that Shaniqua always gets a free pass, it will not stabilize the image of the Cathedral as competent manager. I know we all have different positions on means, ends, and responses, but I think we can all agree that so long as the Mind and the Voice keep screwing the pooch (sorry Pooch), we will keep finding more and more willing ears, hearts, and minds. I for one welcome Prezzidant Shaniqua, and I hope she pushes the Stunning and Brave to 11.

                • Pooch says:

                  Exactly. Accelerate. When the stabilizing brake of the Republicans and “moderate” Democrats come off, we will really see people start waking up.

                • jim says:

                  No we will not, and it does not matter anyway.

                  A majority of Republicans have woken up, in that they realize that elections are rigged, and only enemy entryists in the Republican party can ever be elected.

                  Real waking up consists of despairing for the restoration of the Republic and looking for Caesar.

                • jim says:

                  Acceleration is not a good idea. There is no relationship between how bad a holiness spiral gets and how soon it is fixed, and it can easily go all the way to everyone tortures everyone else to death for insufficient holiness, leaving very few survivors.

                • Pooch says:

                  Real waking up consists of despairing for the restoration of the Republic and looking for Caesar.

                  Agreed and I am still not seeing that as long as we still have what appears as an opposition party, even as fake and performative as it is.

                • Pooch says:

                  There is no relationship between how bad a holiness spiral gets and how soon it is fixed, and it can easily go all the way to everyone tortures everyone else to death for insufficient holiness, leaving very few survivors.

                  Requires white competence to torture everyone to death for insufficient holiness. Our holiness spiral is rapidly turning into the Africanization of the regime. The South African government is not scaring the Afrikaners that have chosen to stay. They can barely feed their own soldiers. I welcome that here in America.

                • The Cominator says:

                  We don’t want further acceleration we want elite disunity and further appearance of ridiculous weakness and incompetence for the government as a whole. The longer Biden stays in office the better.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  White competence is not a prerequisite for a Cambodian Memeplex. It may even impede it. Regardless, as cucked as Republicans™ are, there are a ton of fence-sitters actively ignoring the obvious. As Cathedral wallows left and smashes right, there fence top becomes ever more narrow. To cry out in desperation for Restoration, they need to be certain of inevitable desolation. While you may be correct, Jim, in the lack of correlation in speed of spiral and emergence of solution, I can’t see how you’re sure. There are so many people who just want to be left alone. If they are forced to confront the inevitable reality that they won’t be, isn’t it better if that it happens dramatically, so they don’t have time to instantiate a new normal kind of acceptance? Like, if USG had gone full bore Coronatarianism rapidly, instead of gradually, is it reasonable to believe there would have been a lot more resistance?

                  None the less, I think Harris is actually far more incompetent than Biden. She does not have the deep well of DNC operatives willing to carry water like Biden does. The anecdotal evidence from campaign staff is that she is emotional, vicious, shortsighted, and obstinate. If you listen to her speak, she is as gaff prone as Biden, maybe more so. I think her ascendance would continue to transmit holistic incompetence, as well as increase racial tension.

                  All of this sucks. I’m not an accelerationist. But I do like it when the enemy is tireless in sending balls at its own goal. I think our best chance of avoiding Pol Pot 2: Mulattess Bugaloo is for an increase in naked incompetence.

                • The Cominator says:

                  You miss my point

                  Fuckup by Biden admin: system as a whole is blamed

                  Fuckup by Harris admin: she is blamed

                  Neither are competent but Harris is plausibly actually making decisions, Biden is not.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  No, I get your point. I just disagree. But as I said before, you make a good case. I just think Harris will continue the process.

      • Kunning Drueger says:

        The time for political theater has passed, but the time for political solutions is rapidly approaching. Political power comes from the end of a gun, which is to say it comes from force. Organized force trumps disorganized force in the long run. Organization requires coordination between high trust individuals. High trust relationships are fostered through repeated mundane interactions. Eating dinner, getting drinks, chopping wood, discussing topics and texts.

        In this regard, I’m starting a book club in my area. I plan on developing trusting relationships with guys and gradually exploring Jimian Christianity as a framework for interaction, discernment, and decision making. Unavoidably, this begins as an act of political organization, but my goal is to advocate passivism, considered withdrawal, and hyper-focus on the Character of Man. I’d greatly appreciate any advice, text recommendations, or guidance people might offer.

        • Guy says:

          I recommend you are extremely selective with who can join. Kick anyone out who wants to do more than go to the range here and there as far as guns go. The government very much does not want you to have a book club, they will go to crazy lengths to destroy your book club unless it has drag queen story hour as a central feature. They don’t want any networks at all, if you are successful, and don’t go down the wrong paths, your group will likely be taken over by entryists anyway and anything bad they do put on you as much as possible if you’re still involved.

          The best networks are families, if you don’t have one make one, recruiting people to create a community is dangerous and usually going to attract feds and homos anyway.

          • jim says:

            This is overly pessimistic.

            Feds glow in the dark. Easy to keep them out. Demon worshipers stink of sulfur.

        • Pooch says:

          Get to know your neighbors. If they aren’t people you could depend on in a nigger riot, move.

  5. Aidan says:

    I have a question for jim, though others feel free to contribute. I’m finally biting the bullet and learning to code. Shockingly, I actually enjoy it and have a decent natural talent. (I really see how it appeals to nerds. For a certain subsection of low-status young men, writing a script that actually does something is probably the first time in their lives that their will-to-power had an actual material effect on the world. Which is sad, but no wonder some spend their lives behind a keyboard.)

    Since I’m kind of a blank slate right now with no preconceived notions or experience, and could go into anything, I’d like to know which area of specialization jim thinks would contribute most effectively and materially to, y’know, Restoration. I need to secure the bag first and foremost, but I also want to help.

    • Fëanor says:

      Not Jim, but know a thing or two about programming. Probably the biggest material contribution programming could make to restoration is via cryptocurrency and any other decentralization tech that people can think of. On the other hand, this assumes existing infrastructure will survive what’s coming, something I’ve always been sceptical of. I suggest focusing on getting the bag first, then storing your bag somewhere very thoroughly offline.

      I also have some more general opinions on programming education, which mostly boil down to the fact that Western science has been in decline since 1972 and this doesn’t entirely exclude programming. A lot of software exists now that didn’t exist then, but the software that did exist then has mostly been replaced by things that are worse. Nearly all advances in languages and tooling have been intended to bring programming to a broader but stupider audience. This doesn’t necessarily make them useless, but its effects have been predictable. If you can understand C, you can understand anything; not so the other way around.

      Watch this, if you get the chance: https://youtu.be/ZSRHeXYDLko. Not really intended for programming novices, but it isn’t really technical, and the speaker is someone who seems to be gradually inching closer to being on our side.

      • Fëanor says:

        Also, learn peripheral skills. How to use a command-line shell, source control, at least one terminal-based editor, etc. I was shocked by the number of times I had to teach this sort of thing at a remedial level to people who were a few courses away from having a degree in computer science, just to be able to collaborate with them on projects at all.

        • Aidan says:

          Learning the Linux shell and vim was literally the first thing I did lol. I can’t imagine doing it the other way around.

          • Fëanor says:

            You would be surprised—most university CS students, at least those with no prior experience before going to school, seem to learn exclusively using IDEs on Windows, which renders them completely incompetent at real-world tasks even if they technically know the languages quite well.

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            Smart move, A. There’s a guy on YouTube called Mental Outlaw. His catalog is good for introductions into topics. Let’s talk more about it soon, but check out overthewire.org . Not my up of tea, but I hear it can be rewarding…

      • jim says:

        > Also, learn peripheral skills.

        Yes, everyone who programs should be able to bring up a server and so forth, or else he is dependent on infrastructure someone else provides – albeit sysadmin is a bottomless pit, and becoming an expert in it locks you into our existing massively penetrated infrastructure. Before you do anything on a cloud server, make sure it goes smoothly on a local vm image of that server that is running within reach of your hands.

        C is the foundation of everything, but these days the answer is rust, albeit rust is likely to be hard to understand if you do not understand C, and it is hard to get rust jobs, also hard to get rust programmers.’

        You need a foundational language, such as C or rust, and a scripting language such as javascript.

        C is the foundation of everything, but most of the C that matters is running on servers in the cloud executing scripts.

        • notglowing says:

          I agree with Jim on Rust. It is one of the greatest advancements in programming languages of the past two decades. It’s one of my favourite languages now.

          I don’t recommend it to non-programmers. It’s difficult to understand rust without understand the problems it solves, and understanding the problems it solves when it’s your first language is impossible since you never even encountered those problems, and everything seems very abstract, every error very arbitrary and frustrating.

          Personally I found learning it to be a great experience.
          But I would still recommend python as a beginner language. C is not practically useful for many applications you’d actually want to build today.
          Python is well designed for what it is meant to be, although I no longer like dynamically typed languages (but there is a static typing framework)
          Typescript is also useful.

          For Android apps, Kotlin.
          My overall recommendation is to start with a project and learn what you need to learn to complete it, not the other way around.

          • A2 says:

            I would add that you will need to learn to use an editor and the ‘shell’ on your system so you can edit and run your programs. Later you will realize you need to learn more, of course.

            I would also recommend that you find a small program that does something interesting (with source code available) and modify the source code to do other interesting things. It’s usually easier to start fiddling with something that works instead of a blank page.

            • Chad says:

              For the peripheral skills, check out a guy on YouTube called Luke Smith. I think he is quite big now.

              (He is based and redpilled, and often talks about Moldbug, orthodoxy, Latin, etc. in his livestreams. I am confident some of his followers hang around here too. He also did a podcast way back in the day with some social matter people about tech and the restoration IIRC. Its been taken down when the rest of SM went down, but I have a copy if anyone is desperate to listen.)

              He is not a full on programmer but has a heap about Linux, setting up webservers, vim (text editor), command line, privac, free software, and so on.

          • jim says:

            C will teach you the problems that Rust solves.

            Python is easier because it automatically solves those problems (very badly) and hides the solutions from you.

            Going from Python to Rust seems like it would be difficult, while going from modern C++ to Rust is easy.

            Python is a scripting language, and people who have spent too long scripting are apt to find Rust mysterious and arbitrary, and are apt to misuse its solutions to solve the wrong problems in inappropriate ways.

        • Fëanor says:

          My comment was in the context of collapse and restoration, in the context that the cloud belongs to our enemies, and the script interpreters that run most of the world’s software are already beginning to suffer from bitrot due to forced diversity and will get much worse over the next 10-20 years.

          I do like Rust, but everyone else is right that it should not be anyone’s first programming language, and also I distrust anything coming out of Mozilla because the company itself is pozzed in the extreme. It also makes the mistake of using a central package repository, which combined with the above is a security risk. Nonetheless, those problems could be mitigated.

          OTOH, I work for a 100% white 90% male startup, probably one of a minority of software enterprises with a positive innovation-to-bullshit ratio these days, and we are switching everything over to Rust and hiring Rust programmers, so it is probably indeed the future whether that’s a good thing or not.

          • jim says:

            > It also makes the mistake of using a central package repository, which combined with the above is a security risk.

            The rust packaging system is practically designed to be a security hole and a central point of failure.

            How should package distribution work?

            The obvious solution to me is Git submodules and subtrees. For no particularly good reason I use submodules, despite no end of articles on the internet giving lucid explanations of why submodules are a bad idea. I just have not looked into the alternatives. For me, submodules just work. So, alas, do packages. Central repositories tend to be dangerously convenient.

            What are your solutions?

            The solution needs to be a decentralized git solution.

            And git is fatally flawed, because its hash algorithm is vulnerable. To use it securely, need to use its gpg integration, and pgp is flawed because its identity model is built around email identities and human memorable passphrases. It assume your root identity is your email reputation, rather than a strong master secret, and the SSL name system is completely insecure to anyone who has one of a thousand certificate authorities in his pocket, so gpg is broken at the bottom. In consequence, whenever gpg is used for software distribution, which is its main use these days, it is always used in a completely insecure manner. Our experience with crypto wallets shows that the root of identity has to be a strong master secret. We need ssh secret keys to have Zooko identities attached to them. (Which they already do, but no software uses or supports those Zooko identities.) You normally commit software over a ssh connection, and those commits should be automatically signed by the Zooko identity of the committer’s secret SSH key. Unsigned commits should get a pushed-by signature the first time they are pushed over ssh.

            We need a git upgrade that uses ssh rather than gpg identities, and which uses a strong hash that has not been touched by the NSA – meaning Blake.

            If we integrate ssh identities and strong hashes into git ssh, everything will just work, and no one has to learn anything new, other than that they had better enter a more meaningful Zooko name on their private key. At present the name defaults to whatever ssh-keygen issues.

            (Not that sha256 is insecure, but if you use it, you wind up connected to the NSA software ecosystem, which is insecure. If you use secure software that has been contaminated by the NSA, you are going to wind up using insecure software that has been backdoored by the NSA. If you want to stay clean, don’t even go near sewage. The backdoors are for the most part not hidden in the algorithms themselves, but in the apis, and if you use NSA’s secure algorithms, you are apt to find yourself using their insecure apis.)

            • Fëanor says:

              My solution is the solution that existed for years in the Linux world before things like cargo and pip came along at all: package management is the responsibility of the operating system, not the programming language. You have a central repository, but which central repository you choose to trust is a choice independent of all others, and there is a lot of competition, so maintainers have a large incentive to remain trustworthy and can do relatively little damage by defecting.

              As for actually keeping software cryptographically secure from author to user, I don’t know enough about cryptography to know what would work here. Curious, however, as to what NSA APIs you consider backdoored. Are you talking about, like, OpenSSL? The shasum command on my Linux box?

              • notglowing says:

                There’s a good reason why rust doesn’t use this model, because it was a terrible idea, and barely works for this purpose.
                C works that way, and managing dependencies in C or C++ programs is absolutely awful. It is easily the worst thing about using either language.
                It’s worse not just during development but makes deployment and/or distribution more difficult. With Rust all of this is trivial, and just works.

                The operating system should not be your package manager for a programming language, they are different things, and package managers for the operating system already in themselves are flawed enough.

                Having choices doesn’t solve any real problem, if you have 10 broken package managers, you don’t have a good package manager, *and* now everything is less reliable because everyone needs to consider their specific system incompatible with everyone else’s.

                JS/NPM (only when the libraries are well maintained), and especially Rust with Cargo actually work reliably using their own package managers. It is a pleasant experience to use cargo, and dependencies aren’t always broken. When they do break, it is almost 100% of the time because there is a C++ or C dependency that is not compiling correctly, or missing its own dependencies, which gets us back to the previous point. I have never had to struggle to get rust code to compile that wasn’t linked to C++. Cannot say this about either C or C++.
                There’s a reason why header-only libraries are popular, they eliminate these headaches.

                Further, packages need to be per-project. It’s the only sane way of managing development. That is the great innovation that NPM brought, and Cargo adopts for its own purpose. You cannot have one global store of packages where different projects use incompatible versions, every project should define its own packages and versions, and handle them independently.

                This is both to allow one to work on many different projects, and in order to allow other people working on the same project to get the same reliable environment, which is predictably recreated using files that are in source control.

                You do not have this ability with OS level package management. You just have a giant mess. OS level package management already existed before these package managers were made, we got them over time because it was not convenient or reliable.

                The way we solve this is by making package managers more secure. They should be trustless, only trusting the developers of individual packages, and not accepting binary blobs. Signed packages, directly corresponding to git commits.
                This is not impossible to do with relatively basic cryptography today.
                And the more mechanical part of distribution can easily be decentralized with IPFS.
                Avoid relying on too many packages (as JS developers tend to do), which is encouraged with a good standard library.

                • jim says:

                  > There’s a good reason why rust doesn’t use this model, because it was a terrible idea, and barely works for this purpose.
                  C works that way, and managing dependencies in C or C++ programs is absolutely awful. It is easily the worst thing about using either language.
                  > It’s worse not just during development but makes deployment and/or distribution more difficult. With Rust all of this is trivial, and just works.

                  The problem is that C and C++ use the operating system ad hoc as the package manager.

                  Surely we can integrate package management with Git subtrees or submodules, rather than using a central point of failure or doing it ad hoc in an environment dependent manner.

                • jim says:

                  > The way we solve this is by making package managers more secure. They should be trustless, only trusting the developers of individual packages, and not accepting binary blobs. Signed packages, directly corresponding to git commits.

                  Exactly so. In which case the package manager is not a central repository, but rather the development environment’s integration with git submodules or subtrees, or some similar git thing created and maintained by the development environment.

              • jim says:

                > My solution is the solution that existed for years in the Linux world before things like cargo and pip came along at all: package management is the responsibility of the operating system, not the programming language.

                This solution sucks. But centralized package management is dangerous, granting far too much power to unknown people. Surely we can make package management not the responsibility of the operating system, but of the development environment’s integration with git submodules or subtrees.

                The way to go is to fix git so that every single line of code is signed by someone, with the Zooko name associated with his ssh key, whom git-blame will identify for any problem related to that line of code, and your package management rests on those signatures, rather than the mysterious authority of a central repository.

                • Fëanor says:

                  In a trust-free environment it might indeed be a good idea to have the package manager as part of the programming language ecosystem; as things are, however, I appreciate the separation of concerns. I want to be able to use a good programming language like rust without worrying about the agenda or trustworthiness of the maintainers. I do have to worry about these things with my distro maintainers, but switching distros is a much lower cost than switching programming languages.

                • jim says:

                  Trouble is that packages are profoundly untrustworthy. We are working in a hostile low trust environment which is rapidly getting less and less trustworthy.

                  The official IETF release of the IETF variant of ChaCha20 has an api which you are unlikely to use in a way that is actually secure. DMARC in theory provides security against spearfishing attacks, but evidently the actual implementations have an unknown and mysterious hole in them that allows some spearfishing attacks that it should be able to stop through. Some of the cryptographic algorithms used by SSH are known to be backdoored by the NSA, and most of them are suspect.

                  I routinely disable all cryptographic algorithms in ssh except for
                  ciphers chacha20-poly1305@openssh.com
                  macs hmac-sha2-256-etm@openssh.com
                  pubkeyacceptedkeytypes ssh-ed25519

                  I repeat, we need a git with a secure hash, routine automatic signing by ssh keys, and a package manager whose root of trust is those signatures, not a central repository operated by no one knows whom.

        • Aidan says:

          Thanks- I prefer learning things from the foundations up so it looks like C.

    • Humble Acolyte says:

      Crypto is good obviously. Hacking is also valuable as the intersection of CS and war, plus it is under-invested by our guys relative to crypto.

      • jim says:

        Zero days are costly to find, and require social engineering to exploit. You find some software the enemy is running, which requires inside information, you find some zero days in it, which takes a lot of work, then you spearfish hostile data to an instance of that software running as root behind their firewall, and you own their network.

        Doing hacking that is useful and profitable is a lot of work.

      • A2 says:

        Security and related fields is a good choice IMO, though some of it requires a bit of lateral thinking etc. Which overall is good for you.

        Then again, the state of the art is still abysmal in much of IT. (“oh no, our 100m-customer database is for sale on the dark web, how could this happen?” – T-Mobile ten days ago, “oh no, 250 government agencies just got hacked” – Solarwinds) You don’t have to be a genius to do well.

        • A2 says:

          As an example, you could get started as a script kiddie by getting some security scripts and running them. Best to do this on your own LAN.

          For instance, you could first run then write a program yourself that finds all devices on your LAN and scans them for vulnerable ports. Requires some networking background to know what this means, of course, but you will have to learn that eventually.

          This is a useful example yet not so difficult to get started. Start by writing something simple and specific and make it more and more general.

        • Aidan says:

          I’m a little iffy on security. Jim notes that a lot of times a system is going to be designed or implemented with a subtle flaw intended to allow the feds in, making the security team the fall guy. And I’d primarily be responsible for fixing the damage that results from Shaniqua clicking a link promising her a lifetime supply of powdered milk and grape soda. On the other hand, less disastrous failure of projects caused by Shaniqua on the team.

      • Pooch says:


        This looks like something our guys can take advantage of. ‘DROP COLUMN vaccineStatus’ would be fun.

        As more and more diversity hits, the regime’s ability to enforce tyranny, covid or otherwise will suffer and will be easier to exploit.

        Observe that covid passports are not a problem for white South Africans. Not because it isn’t being mandated, but because it’s a laughable concept to implement with black competence.

  6. ExileStyle says:

    Hm, do we have some high-profile readers here? That laughing Taliban guys video I posted a few days back (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II5CGK8NzVA) ended up in Trump’s latest (and pretty devastating) campaign video, via Scavino’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1430371533671829511

    Views on the video were also about 7k when I posted it. Over 140k now. Interesting data point.

    • Fireball says:

      More Trump? The american empire and the rest of the west really needs younger leaders.

      Btw anyone knows what is the average age of the talibans?

    • simplyconnected says:

      Hm, do we have some high-profile readers here?

      Probably, but that video had circulated widely before being included in Trump’s ad.

      • ExileStyle says:

        Ah, got it. Definitely not a bad sign, or maybe even a good one. It would be nice to stay out of the direct line of sight of the Apparatus, or at least only have a couple H1Bs working on us rather than dozens. (I’m sure Jim has is aware of audience and reach, but I admit I have no sense at all.)

  7. Shitpoaster says:

    I recall Jim saying something like that when you look at mortality rates from social security statistics, they spike at the beginning of wuflu when NYC was killing people in old folks homes and with ventilators, and then they level out to about normal.

    I am looking for these statistics but cannot find them. Can anyone point me to them?

    • S says:

      Take the social security payments by month for multiple years. Pick a base year; subtract everything else by that year. Plot the years against each other. The example was in excel, but anything with similar capabilities work.

      Where lines depart from the monthly trend you have excess morality.

  8. info23 says:

    What are your thoughts on the Kurdish women warrior phenomeon?

    And this is the video description:
    “The fascinating story of Jiyan, a female guerrilla fighter who devoted twenty years of her life in the Kurdish militant struggle, reveals women’s determination for freedom not only against another oppressive regime, but also against the patriarchy.

    Jiyan Tolhildan is a young Kurdish woman living in the Kurdish region of Syria. After years of oppression by her family, her teachers and the society as a whole, Jiyan decides to go to the mountains to join the Kurdish struggle for freedom.

    When the Arab Spring breaks out Jiyan and her friends decide to go into the cities in Syria to join the protests. They also set out to educate Syrian women on women’s rights in the Rojava region. Now, six years after the Arab Spring, Kurdish forces have a semi-autonomous region in Syria. For the first time in history, women have an autonomous political organisation and an army in Syria. The women named creating this organisation “the women’s revolution.””


    • nope says:

      Some women prefer to live in the comfort of a harem. Others don’t mind hardship so they can go live with the sexy alpha rebels and larp whatever they want them to larp as.

    • jim says:

      Totally fake – manufactured by the kurds to suck up to the Cathedral. The kurds where not stupid enough to put them into positions where they might shoot and get shot at.

      • Allah says:

        They are, actually. We’re recovering a lot more female corpses from clashes and airstrikes and they’re announcing a lot more female casualties recently. It seems the ratio of womyn warriors increased in the last few years. I think they still want to keep it at a statistically insignificant number, they know demographics is destiny.

  9. Varna says:

    The Japs just discovered metallic particles sensitive to magnetic fields inside the Moderna vaccine.

    A batch produced in Spain. Putting my tinfoil hat on I’d hypothesize the dagos screwed something up and molecules of nano crap begun combining into visible size before they should.

    • The Cominator says:

      Japan and South Korea are the only two countries where you really can trust the scientists. This means absolutely don’t get the Moderna one.

      • Alfred says:

        I have to wonder if that if vaccines themselves can no longer be produced safely in the west.

        A lot vaccines are put together by low IQ morons in the west.

        • Varna says:

          Trad vaccines against the rona are being produced not only by players like India and China, but also by Turkey, Kazakhstan, Cuba, Iran, and the like. In this sense the west can probably produce fifty different vaccines tomorrow.

          Which begs the question why is the west so determined to neither produce trad vaccines, nor import any? Why is there even no discussion of this anywhere ever?

          Why are the neighbors of the west all across its periphery (South America, the non-EU eastern Europe, North Africa, SEA) using all types, but the west itself is so super determined to neither make one, nor import one, nor even mention out loud the possibility of this choice in the first place?

          Quite baffling.

          • Varna says:

            Here is the vaccine use by country
            Aside from the west and its immediate vassals, everybody else uses a mix that always includes trad vaccines. Everybody else. But not the west, not Israel, not the Arab allies, and not the East Asian vassals.

          • Alfred says:

            >Which begs the question why is the west so determined to neither produce trad vaccines, nor import any? Why is there even no discussion of this anywhere ever?

            Every person harmed by the Toxic Spike Protein Cocktails is a human sacrifice to the COVID demon. The more people have to suffer from the vaccines the holier they are. I’ve heard many people talk about their suffering from the second shot of J&J or Modern and how that just proved the holy vaccines is working. There’s always a cast in the west where the slightly less dangerous vaccines like J&J are considered less holy. Vaccines that actually work well and don’t cause a lot of harm like traditional vaccines are considered unclean.

          • Pooch says:

            Read Jim’s comments for why NASA put wings on the spaceship.

          • notglowing says:

            I mentioned it before but the Valneva vaccine is traditional and it seems the UK is buying 100 million doses.

            • Varna says:

              Interesting. And I just saw Fauci recommend alternative ways of dealing with the corona.

              I would a great shame of they are allowed to simply reverse the narrative without getting called out, and most importantly made to pay.

    • Guy says:

      What’s interesting to me is that this will give more credence to the most extreme theories regarding the vaccine and how it will be weaponized. Most antivax people I know are not political or conspiratorial at all and just think the push is too fast and creepy. They are skeptical of anyone trying to make them do something and not answering questions, or they just think covid is overblown.

      I am more thinking lowered fertility, a modest death rate from the vaccine itself and another control tool are the problems/elite goals. This is going to make the COVID5G / Nanobot people think they were right. Is that the goal? Reuters could have just killed that story, like the media kills every story they don’t want out there. Just like they go out of their way to let us know that car accident victims and ladder falls were actually COVID deaths. They could have said they were just adulterated and left it at that. Somebody could have killed the investigation in Japan in it’s cradle

      Afghanistan and the potential narrative shift on vaccines/COVID further the discrediting of government (as did the trump hysteria and Iraq War narrative shift), which is another possible goal. Both left and right are on the same page when it comes to hating American government now.

  10. Kunning Drueger says:

    Jim, this might not be something you’re into enough to want to expound upon, but is there a trustworthy rubric for interpreting terrorist incidents, shootings, and attacks? The Colorado shooting earlier this year, the one that was fully covered until the identity of the shooter leaked, then was completely forgotten. The infrastructure attack in Tennessee during Christmas that was so portentous and is now completely forgotten. Going further back, there was an attack on an airbase in AFG that occurred after base security had been handed over to the Brits (very interesting case, worth looking into…), generated a lot of training info, then disappeared. The Mumbai Hotel attack(s) from years ago (lashkar-i-tyba sp.) and the correlation to the distributed Paris assault, both casually memory holed.

    Maybe it isn’t worthy of a standalone post, and it could definitely lead to some of the Bros here saying stuff that isn’t well thought out (me being one of those idiots), but we are potentially entering a phase of direct action on the part of the IC to control narratives, and I have to assume there is a deep pool of “””unstable individuals””” with CIs dripping poisoned honey in their ears. So it might be helpful to have a set of iron laws and maxims to go through before rampant speculation does the enemy’s work for xer.

    • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

      >is there a trustworthy rubric for interpreting terrorist incidents, shootings, and attacks?


      As always.

      • Kunning Drueger says:

        Can you elaborate further? I know that was Lenin/Trotsky/Stalin comment on Marxism vs. Capitalism and the inevitable outcome, but I guess I’m confused because in the end, Capitalism was subsidizing Marxism and the Communists were just LARPing as the second world. This may be terribly obvious, but I’m not getting it.

  11. Pooch says:

    So what’s the correct take on this obvious false flag attack in Kabul?


    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

      Is it a false flag? Are we sure anyone is in control of anything there right now? It seems like everything collapsed, and all the puppets and partisans are doing their own fucking thing. It just makes things look even worse for Biden, unless that is the plan.

    • jim says:

      The attack was foreshadowed. Since ISIS security is pretty good, and it is not hard to keep such an attack secure, it does suggest a false flag attack by instruments of the USG.

      Supposedly the USG is looking for the bombers 24/7 – which would be rather hard to do since US troops are no longer free to move around Kabul.

      But to what purpose? Probably some purpose too stupid and insane for us to fathom.

    • neofugue says:

      Justification for launching air strikes against captured American military equipment and providing CAS to the Panjshir rebels. The pro-war faction of the Cathedral wishes to punish the unbelievers who failed to appreciate their efforts. We will find out which side wins when Biden delivers his response.

      • Pooch says:

        Right you are.


        President Biden on Thursday said he has directed the Pentagon to develop plans to “strike” ISIS-K “assets, leadership and facilities” in response to the Kabul airport bombings.

        • Pooch says:

          Sending energy to the Talichads.

          • Bilge_Pump says:

            Honestly can’t say I feel bad for them and think they kind of deserve to be blown up, just for being a bunch of retarded goat fuckers.

        • jim says:

          Ah, now I see.

          They want to resume bombing anyone who fails to submit to globohomo.

          • Karl says:

            Is that the same “they” as those who decided to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan?

            Or is it the faction in the US government that never wanted to withdraw from Afghanistan and would very much like to resume the endless war?

            • jim says:

              The USG is less and less a single entity. A fairly large faction wants to continue the forever war, re-invade Syria, and liberate Russia and China.

              I was worried that they had the upper hand, but it is now apparent that they do not. Instead, the woke factions wants to make war on whites – with no Jewish exemption. We are on the race war path, with a high likelihood both sides want to genocide Jews. The left has been mounting escalating physical attacks on Jews, primarily as a result of their program of importing Jihadis to attack whites – they find it hard to believe when their pet Jihadis turn around and attack Jews and are refusing to acknowledge these attacks.

              • Karl says:

                Does the woke faction who wants to make war on whites consider Afghans as white?

                That would explain any plans to resume bombing Afghanistan including a flase flag attack in Kabul.

                Afghans often do look very European, so it is not unreasonable to consider them “white”, but culturally they are not.

                • notglowing says:

                  > Afghans often do look very European
                  It’s because of their Iranian common ancestry

                • Pooch says:

                  The woke faction does not see Afghans as white, otherwise they wouldn’t be flooding every western country with refugees right now. They see the Taliban as masculine and not gay though which is reason enough to want to resume bombing them.

  12. Encelad says:

    Kyle Rittenhouze’s lawyer is apparently on ventilator for china flu. Should we be paranoid about this?

    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

      He has a bunch of lawyers. Anyone in specific that you heard about?

      • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

        If you are talking about John Pierce, he is a scumbag grifter and serial thief that is trying to rob Rittenhouse. Hopefully the left kills him. It would solve a lot of problems.

        • Encelad says:

          Yes, him. Don’t know him, just read on the news. Is he a conman? Good riddance then?

          • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

            Barnes described him as the Michael Avenatti of the right. He fucked over Kyle, tried to rob him, fucked over a few of the Capitol protesters, and is on the run from what seems to be a couple dozen creditors. He is no great legal mind, he is just a crook who the left is allowing to run around practicing law because he is grifting off rightists. If he dies in the hospital it is a good thing, because he cannot prey on gullible rightists anymore. He should have been disbarred and imprisoned long ago, but he is politically covered as long as he fleeces the enemies of the establishment.

            • Mister Grumpus says:

              That lady lawyer who was going to “release the Kraken” after the election. Anything bad happen to her?

              Anyone sue Richard Spencer yet, for that matter? No “investigations” into his preppy ass?

                • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                  The only lawyers to escape the post-Trump attacks were Jon Pierce and Lin Wood, which goes to show their allegiances.

                • Pooch says:

                  I believe Lin Wood is getting sanctioned with Powell if I’m not mistaken.

              • ExileStyle says:

                Quick reminder that Sidney Powell *did* release the kraken, i.e. a ton of compelling evidence of election fraud across multiple states, and was subsequently deplatformed and is now defending herself against a literal billion dollar defamation lawsuit by Dominion. She seems to be holding up well, though. She doesn’t deserve mockery – that’s when I realized Ann Coulter was a useless hack, when she started mocking Powell about her “kraken,” which she never bothered to even look at.

                One does have to give to Coulter, though: she’s good at detecting which way the winds are blowing to avoid getting deplatformed (and publish another bestseller).

                • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                  She was talking about gunfights in Germany to control servers and dead-to-rights proof that the vote totals were hacked. Really sensational stuff, wonderfully sexy and attention grabbing. And then she failed to produce evidence of that.

                  There were a lot of really mundane explanations for the cheating. The AZ audit and the GA videos show how it was done. Mass mail-in ballots were sent out, chain of custody was broken, then the bad actors used that to scan ballots multiple times, drag in late-night vote dumps from their ballot snatchers, etc. Not sensational, but easier to prove and stuff that will hold up in court.

                  Then Powell and Wood and a few other turned it into a circus and gave everyone a way to ignore it. Barnes was talking about that. He was making headway until the nonsense talk started, and then people stopped working with him. It gave them a plausible reason to cut off any election verification until it was too late. Powell did not help the Trump cause, she hurt it. She did good work on Flynn, but she should have stayed out of this one. She got duped by Q.

                • Pooch says:

                  Barnes is quite the competent lawyer, but no army of competent lawyers was going to beat the election fraud. The only way to beat the fraud, then, and now is an army of men willing to use tactics the NSDAP and Caesar employed to win elections.

                • Pooch says:


                  Sidney Powell, if I recall, was the only lawyer calling for solutions resembling just that.

                • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                  I think there were a few pushing for armed action, and Barnes was not one of them. However, it was largely Wood and Powell that turned the discourse on the election into a farce. It drove off a few Republicans who did not want to ride the crazy train. If she had kept her head and talked about what they could prove and the need to act fast and sieze the evidence to preserve it, it might have gotten more traction.

                  Instead she went off about absurd fantasies that only would have happened if Trump had a serious force of armed men at his command, which would have allowed him to react on Election Day. This destroyed her credibility and made her suggestions to start arresting people the talk of a crazy woman. It meant that the very wise advise to act quickly and stop the steal before it was solidified came from people who were making ridiculous assertions.

    • Pooch says:

      Rittenhouse is likely fucked and going to prison no matter who his lawyer is.

      • A2 says:

        If so, storm the Bastille.

        • Pooch says:

          Except we are not leftists like Revolutionary France. Any storming of the Bastille from our side is going to look like and have the result of January 6th.

          • A2 says:

            Kill the chicken to scare the monkeys, as some have put it.

            Then again, while the unjust treatment of Rittenhouse stirs my blood, this is not the place for such talk and I shouldn’t discuss it. We don’t even have an FBI in my country.

      • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

        Yeah, the only way he gets any sort of justice is if the DA bites it. Even then, it is an unsure thing. They might just send in another rabid leftist DA, to ensure he goes down. It might turn out like the McCloskeys, where they paid a trivial fine and had a misdemeanor conviction for a few weeks. I just would not bet on it. Not enough, at least, to risk jail by knocking off the DA.

        He is going away, and self defense will become effectively illegal. At which the best course of action is to kill everyone in the vicinity and then ambush the police when they show up. Train the police not to show up at a shooting until all the shooting is long over and witnesses and evidence are gone. You want justice? It is not going to happen unless you know the kind of people who can whack a judge or a DA. Avoid the legal system at all costs, because it will be used against you to destroy you.

        • Aidan says:

          You’re veering a bit into fedtalk here imo. Self-defense is already ambiguously legal in many places; duty to retreat clauses mean that any act of self-defense can be prosecuted as a murder, but a cursory review of case precedent makes it seem like the authorities are very reluctant to use their theoretical power to make self defense illegal.

          Right now, only self-defense against politically motivated attackers is illegal. Thankfully, “protesters” tend to announce where they will be, so you can stay away from them. Holy activists doing holy violence cannot be interfered with legally. But at the moment, the nog trying to grab your wallet or carjack you does not enjoy the same protections. If that changes, and all self defense against all minorities becomes illegal, then is the time for what is essentially guerilla warfare, and you will be safer at night when nobody is watching than in a crowd with smartphones everywhere.

          • Pooch says:

            South Africa is showing us our future in 50 years where huge nog mobs steal, loot, and burn anything they can get their hands on and non-black communities put up barricades blocking entrance backed by men at arms.

            When the incompetent black police eventually show up to take down the barricades to let the looters through, they are threatened to be shot and killed by the riflemen so the barricades stay up.

          • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

            I mean going out fighting if you get mugged, carjacked, or jumped, not that you should go out looking for trouble. In case it was not clear, the first few men to pursue this strategy are going to end up dead. They get to choose between going out with a bang or going to jail for who knows how long. I would choose a glorious death surrounded by my enemies than rotting in prison, but that is a choice every man has to make for himself.

            If there is a protest, be far, far away from it is my advice, and seal up your house the best you can if it is coming to you. There is no sense in going looking for trouble. Dead neoreactionaries are not going to be of much use in safeguarding knowledge or rebuilding. Better to keep your head down as best you can and have as many kids as you can.

            If it gets to the point of guerilla warfare, I am coming to join up with whichever of the commenters here wants an extra gun hand nearby. I have no illusions about my ability to operate on my own. We will have to set up some sort of communication and verification, but if it is a war, we will have to band together. Let us pray it does not come down to that.

            • Pooch says:

              Like the Afrikaners, we welcome diversity to run it’s course through the entirety of the government security forces and it is no longer able to project competent violence.


              The based Afrikaners are showing us the way forward. Outward facing “Civil Rights” and trade union harmless front groups that in reality are setting up parallel institutions (universities, schools, etc) and training and equipping its members for community self defense networks. This is the way. The Afrikaners are a whitepill for the Amerikaners.

              • A2 says:

                And for some historical reading, see also the (also SA) Broderbund.

                • Pooch says:


                  Interesting. I wonder if Afriforum is the natural evolution of the Broederbond.

                • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                  I am familiar with that organization. It came up a couple weeks ago and I did a brief dive into Afrikaner culture. Interesting stuff, and it mirrors so much of what Jim has talked about. The font of honors is what killed the Broederbond. They looked to the Anglosphere for their honors instead of their own, and it has nearly destroyed them. I think if the Afriforum is the evolution of the Broederbond, it is only in the sense that the former arose out of the failure of the latter to secure the Afrikaner.

    • Alfred says:

      >Kyle Rittenhouze’s lawyer is apparently on ventilator for china flu. Should we be paranoid about this?

      Only as much as it clear they’re trying to murder people with ventilators. I’m seeing nothing about using oxygen to treat people who have COVID in the US these days.

      • Dave says:

        Whatever happened to hydroxychloroquine? Seeing as the Gamma and Delta variants originated in Brazil and India, where HCQ is sold cheaply over the counter, my guess is that it’s pretty much useless now.

        • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

          I think they still work. Delta is the response to the cheap and plentiful drugs. Become a sickness that most people never notice, and they will not take drugs to kill you. It is why it is a milder, less lethal form of the original covid. If original covid was a bad flu, delta is a mild cold. That way it spreads and survives.

  13. I normally don’t follow the news but this caught my attention.

    Surely the cathedral is ”seeing” a growing nexus between what they claim as “white supremacy” and Hindutva/Hindu nationalism.

    Is there an attempt by the cathedral to sow distrust between these groups by using shills to poison the discourse?

    • jim says:

      The linkage that they give between white “supremacy” is true enough. White nationalists think that America should be a white Christian nation, and are apt to draw the obvious implication that India should be a Hindu nation.

      We are seeing a lot of fake white nationalist shills who think it is horrifying that Israel should be a Jewish nation, but are strangely unable to notice what George Soros and Victoria Nuland have been up to in white nations. Perhaps they will soon be joined by fake white nationalist shills who think it horrifying that India should be a Hindu nation, but I am not seeing those yet.

      • Surely there are a lot of western cathedral educated intellectuals who are horrified that anybody is attempting to forge a bond of common Aryan roots between white nationalism and Hindutva. The very mention of Aryan ancestry and its link to Hinduism seems to trigger a lot of people. In fact it appears that they cannot properly acknowledge the level of crime think (even the opindia piece I linked to is extremely apologetic, and incapable of crime think).

        Now you and I may differ on what extent aryan blood runs in my veins and yours, but to them the very topic brings out screams of rage and holy indignation.

    • Oog en Hand says:


    • Aidan says:

      I do not know if you live in the US or not, but if not, let me explain the situation. The Cathedral chose to import a lot of Indians as enforcers, not literal muscle, but to staff corporations and the bureaucracy. Indians in the US tend to be very outwardly conformist to Cathedral views, but in private, they hold nationalist and traditionalist beliefs and are very clannish. The Enemy may not have realized it at first, but maybe they do now. They are saying “we butter your bread, and your private beliefs which you still hold are unacceptable”. It is about trying to keep the Indians (lol) on the reservation, because they ended up importing a group hostile to their own program, and are afraid that it will rebel. An Indian in America will say something like “America is a country where everyone belongs, so we shouldn’t discriminate, but fuck the muslims in India, they should be whipped through the streets like the dogs they are.” The enemy is scared that Hindus in America will apply their nationalism to American nationalism, because it is not a huge leap.

      • Pooch says:

        Sounds very much like the Jews in America. Not uncommon to hear an American Jews to say the exact same thing about the Arabs in Israel.

        • Kunning Drueger says:

          Sowell has a very informative chapter in Black Rednecks and White Liberals that address merchant/mercantile minorities, specifically Ashkenazi Jews, Diaspora Chinese, African Lebanese, and Gujaratis.

          [Warning: PDF]


            • Kunning Drueger says:

              Sorry about that mess, and thank you. Jim, feel free to delete my mistake.

          • That article is a good read and confirms that the Brahmin/Kshatriya alliance in power in any empire is always suspicious of Vaisya interference in their domain.

            The very existence of “middleman minority” as observed in that article is nothing more than a particularly cohesive Vaisya group that seeks upward mobility. Of course, historically the Vaisyas are often of different ethnicity/religion/race in the place they do business because Vaisyas have always been mobile, by nature of their Varnashrama dharma.

            The issue of hatred of the “middleman minority” is exacerbated when successful Vaisyas actively aspire to Brahminhood, and they are seen as dangerous rivals and enemies by the establishment Brahmin/Kshatriya combine. When a particularly successful Vaisya or group of Vaisyas tries upward social mobility to challenge the ruling Brahmin or Kshatriya, he or they becomes the target of the ruling elite’s anger who turn the Shudra/Proles against the Vaisyas.

          • Bilge_Pump says:

            I can’t take anything he says seriously, after reading “Economic Facts and Fallacies” and finding out he believes that American Southerners invented racism. Apparently no other society ever was racist ever.

  14. Cloudswrest says:

    More “collective self defense against minorities is illegal” news. Although the fine seems trivial (my daughter got a speeding ticket with a bigger fine), which seems to implicitly recognize the *real* situation, it establishes more precedent. Note, bench trial, no jury, and judge is a minority.


    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

      Requesting a bench trial from a black woman was retarded. His lawyer was a fucking asshole.

      • Alfred says:

        His lawyer was working to get him convicted.

        • jim says:

          This is absolutely routine. If you get the wrong lawyer, he will feed you to the sharks to earn brownie points with the sharks.

          Getting a lawyer who is on your side requires money, charm, and good ability to judge people.

          Money, substantial amounts of it, are necessary, but far from sufficient. Often the CEO is lumbered with enemy lawyers because he has a lawyer on the board, who, no matter how lucrative the company account is, will find it even more lucrative to sell out a company with deep pockets.

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            You’re not wrong, but the mistake he made was living where he did. Lay with dogs, wake with fleas.

            • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

              He is/was military. Probably did not have much of a choice on where to live. Poor bastard is almost certainly going to get hung out to dry by his command, too.

    • Alfred says:

      I’m still surprised people haven’t gotten smart and started hiring Spic gangs to deal with predators like this.

      • Aidan says:

        For one, the spics don’t trust us, and it’s sometimes hard to tell who has organized crime connections and who doesn’t. When I was working blue-collar I knew a guy, but now I don’t, and when I have a home and kids, probably even less likely. Also, asking for a bandit’s protection is the same as handing them sovereignty. Soon you’ll have an Aztlan gang running your town.

        • Alfred says:

          This is a good point. I watched LA go from a nigger infested shithole to Mexico thanks to spic gangs. It was a big improvement, but clearly not ideal.

          • Aidan says:

            I live in a fairly unique place where the old type Italian mafia seems to get along pretty well with all the beaners. And it’s so far avoided turning into Guatemala like the town a few minutes away. But it’s hard to tell which places have the remnants of white organized crime, because most of them have gone 90% legit, embedded in formal institutions with probably a lot of informal under-the-table dealing, with the little crime that remains organized around avoiding the regulatory state and what seems to be neighborhood watch-type stuff where the cops look the other way.

            If you want to find a neighborhood like that, look for places with a lot of cash-and-carry businesses still owned by whites, and plenty of recent Irish or Italian petty-burgher immigrants. Italians do not come to America and just set up a tobacco store or auto garage or landscaping company. They had well-connected friends or family in town who helped them.

            • The Cominator says:

              It’d be nice if we could find places where the Italian mafia run things (most of them were fairly benign Roy Demeo types were an exception, and their neighborhoods were nice places) but the government destroyed them. I’m sure Giuliani probably regrets his big part in doing that.

              • Pooch says:

                The mafia still has a lot of power in Southern Italy. Being over there as the American Empire gets more insane may not be so bad. I would guess getting a covid passport could be easily obtained through the mafia-controlled black market.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The Italian mafia in Italy (and there are a couple of mafia organizations) is a much much nastier organization than the Italian American mafia which for all the occasional bad things it did can sort of almost be described (compared to how nasty the government and all the rival gangs were) in the way Vito Corleone described it… just simple men who didn’t want to live life as virtual slaves “I refused to be a fool, dancing on the string held by all those big shots”.


                  But hell maybe you need a nastier organization to keep the evil at bay… but I’m not sure they could stop the lockdowns throughout Italy and all that.

                • Pooch says:

                  I have no intel at all (although I’ve been to Naples and it was a lot nicer than I expected), but I have read the local police had a tough time disrupting the black market in Southern Italy/Sicily pre-covid.

                  A huge percentage of the work force is employed by the black market, so I would think they have ways around the lockdowns/covid passes.

                • Alfred says:

                  >I have no intel at all (although I’ve been to Naples and it was a lot nicer than I expected), but I have read the local police had a tough time disrupting the black market in Southern Italy/Sicily pre-covid.

                  From what I’ve read, and I have no personal experience with it, Italy is more like 5 separate nations forced together but each region pretty much run according to the sorts of people who live in the area. There’s no sort of allegiance to the centralized government.

                • Pooch says:

                  Confirmed Green pass is a joke in Italy.


      • Pooch says:

        The fool lived in a 48% black county. You are asking for anarchy-tyranny doing something stupid like that, at least while the local government is competent enough to be tyrannical.

        • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

          As I mentioned above, he is/was in the military. He does not get a choice of where to live.

          • Pooch says:

            Being forced to live near diversity is likely to be fatal as we get closer to singularity.

            • Alfred says:

              Very much so. Even the local news is massively under reporting black on everyone crime and people need to get the fuck away from black areas as fast as they can.

            • Bilge_Pump says:

              There are a fuckton of Blacks and Spics in the US military, so I think the advice would be to just straight up not join.

              • Pooch says:

                Between that and the CIA bombing you, probably not the greatest idea in the world to join.

  15. Alfred says:


    Hospitals have been ordered to kill as many people as possible.

    • Pooch says:

      At this point, I’m not sure I would trust a hospital with delivering my child.

      • alf says:

        I already don’t. They are way too easy on the painkillers, synthetic oxytocin and caesar sections. Heavily overmedicalized, and it shows in the post natal damage many women have.

        Of course hospitals still save lives with abnormal pregnancies. AFAIK incubators and the right Caesar section are life saving. But if healthy pregnancy, stay away from hospital. We’ve had our labors at home. 10/10 would recommend.

      • Karl says:

        Alf is absolutely correct. Finding a midwife might be a problem though.

        • alf says:

          Round these parts a home labor is as culturally accepted as home schooling is in the states, so yes, that was not a hard problem for us, but might be elsewhere.

      • Mike in Boston says:

        I hate to be a wet blanket with this but be careful. Had we tried a home birth with Kid #1, wifey would have been well on her way to bleeding out postpartum by the time the ambulance arrived. If you have choice available to you, ask around and choose a good hospital and obstetrician.

        • Karl says:

          Post partum bleeding is not that rare, but easily stopped with an injection. Any midwife should have in her bag what is necessary to stop post partum bleeding.

          Was there no midwife present?

          • Mike in Boston says:

            We were in the hospital and had the obstetrician (a woman who delivered a bunch of friends’ kids) present. Maybe a midwife could have handled it, of course, but being in a hospital felt like a good way to eliminate tail risk. Mind you the hosptial and doc were quite accommodating of wifey’s desire for a natural birth; YMMV.

        • Aidan says:

          It is quite possible to find an amenable hospital and doctor that will let you do a “home birth in the hospital” with medical intervention only if absolutely necessary. Of course, they will still try to push bullshit onto you, but I am confident in my ability to charm, intimidate, and threaten the doctors and nurses into getting my way.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      I wish that were true, because it would expand the divide and hasten the day. Unfortunately, hospitals are being ordered to save every life with the magical power of superior holiness, and it seems they are going to comply, and that happily.

  16. Calvin says:

    China smells the blood in the water. Wouldn’t be surprised if they make a move on Taiwan in the next few months:


  17. A2 says:

    It seems we have interesting readers.

    In the more interesting parts of the blogosphere, is often called Gnon, an acronym for “Nature or Nature’s God,” and that is what we shall call it.


    Essay on Gnon follows. I quite liked it.

    • Aidan says:

      I think that bro used to follow me on Twitter, or maybe he was a commenter on my site. Is he big now or something?

      • Kunning Drueger says:

        He doesn’t look big, per se, but from my (admittedly midwit) perspective, he’s on point, on message, and pretty good at simply relating concepts. I think there’s probably a lot of worthy writing on substack of late… so I expect a shoah is not far off.

        • A2 says:

          Not big yet but with definite potential to become big. A fine writer in the old intellectual style, of which we all need more.

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            That’s quite the compliment. I’ll read more. It appears to me that the writing of Today is hyper-relevant to the moment and practically useless later. It is just some slightly different version of what everyone else is talking about. Good writing, like James Anthony Froude, can be highly topical, but the beauty/truth immutability shines through. Froude is a rarity though, and most of the best writing is timeless in both style and subject.

  18. neofugue says:

    Is this realpolitik or a sign of moderation?



    Of course it is necessary for the Taliban to form an inclusive government with the various ethnic groups of Afghanistan. The “shift” in feminism comes across as realpolitik in an attempt to carry favor with Russia and China and to prevent NATO retaliatory air strikes. The Media seems to concur, but could this possible shift be similar to what happened in Iran with a nominal conservative Islamic government adopting a degenerate female education policy?

    • jim says:

      Could well be. But the Taliban is famous for taqiyya, so I would not be too worried just yet.

      • neofugue says:

        Skimming through these propaganda pieces, it seems American nation building did not interfere with much of the Taliban’s initial objectives. Afghanistan has two education systems for women, one Islamic and the other Western, with the Taliban tolerating the latter in maintaining the status quo until the regime becomes more stable.

    • Alfred says:

      They’re worried about air strikes until those Russian AA defense show up. It’s to buy time.

    • Karl says:

      Would a “shift” in feminism carry any favor with Russia and China?

      I don’t know much about Russia and China, but I had assumed these powers to be pragmatic and not to care how a governement treats its own subjects.

      • neofugue says:

        Russia and China are feminist countries who refused to recognize the Taliban 20 years ago, and the Taliban needs to curry favor with them in order to survive economically as well as militarily.

        Seems the Taliban wants Western aid:


        • The Cominator says:

          Russia is probably the least feminist white country there is.

          Putin needs to consider optics himself but he decriminalized “domestic violence”.

        • jim says:

          The Taliban finds itself in charge of cities were everyone is living on western handouts. When these handouts stop, it is likely to face problems.

          It appears to have shut down the money printing press, which is an interesting move, for such a move requires gunmen occupying the press: it has to be deliberate. As a result, suddenly everyone is without money, because the money had value only because the US taxpayer purchased it and incinerated it, and now it has value only because the Taliban has, for the moment, chosen to restrict the supply. But it is under extreme pressure to re-open the tap, which would swiftly result in hyperinflation.

          In Jalalabad, it has taken action to restore the normal entrepot and craftsman productive city economy, which did not really exist under the American occupation. Likely it will undertake similar operations in all cities – it has had Jalalabad for rather longer.

          On roads that it has held for a while, it has taken successful action to revive the silk road network, which the US occupation shut down. The silk road really requires the services of normal cities of craftsmen and stationary merchants manning entrepots.

          Looks like a conscious effort to revive the traditional Afghan economy, which the US destroyed, replacing it with the economic order of the Covid demon. (Same economic order, but different rationales. The Green New Deal is yet another rationale for the same economic order, only with worship of Gaia the demon in place of worship of the Covid demon. Pretty soon that economic order will be justified by the diversity Huītzilōpōchtli demon, who requires human sacrifices to be rolled down the steps of pyramids and eaten by the congregation.)

          These are strangely sophisticated moves, beyond the mental and organizational capability of our current elite.

          It also proposes to replace central banking with old type correspondence banking, the Hawala system, which horrifies and outrages western elites.

          As goods go through the crossroads of central Asia, money has to move in the opposite direction, which, if the plan is implemented, will mean a huge rise in Hawala, and a significant decline in (((central banking))), A certain hysteria is afflicting certain central bankers. They are excreting bricks.

          These are astonishingly subtle and sophisticated moves, that if successful strike at the beating heart of US power.

          If the Taliban succeed in reviving the Silk Road, this takes away US sea leverage over China. If they greatly expand the Hawala network and use it to provide money counterflows for goods moving along the Silk Road, this cuts the feet off central banking.

          • Pooch says:

            May god grant the Talichads the strength and foresight to see this through.

            • The Cominator says:

              Lets not simp for Muslims, Muslims are at least in the long term enemies.

              I like them trolling and humiliating the Cathedral but never ever think that Muslims are your friends.

              • Pooch says:

                I have read the transcripts of their press conference. Maybe not my friend, but not talking like my enemy. They seem to sincerely only be interested in ruling their own.

          • Mister Grumpus says:

            I’m suspicious that the occupation government only ever recruited, only ever met at all, the dumbest and crookedest and shittiest Afghani men. Like those guys who couldn’t figure out jumping jacks.

            Everyone worth a damn over there, no one from Globohomo ever even laid eyes on those guys. They all hung back and made plans for today. Plans like those you outline above.

            The Taliban has a smart fraction too, after all.

            • jim says:

              I was startled to find that Afghanistan’s central banker did not realize Kabul had fallen until sometime after I posted “Kabul has fallen”. Dumb as a post.

              • Kunning Drueger says:

                I am looking forward to the deluge of books and papers about the whole thing from State’s and the NGO’s perspective. I know it will be mostly lies and BS, but it is still info and valuable data always leaks. Pentagon made sure the tactics and logistics were doomed to fail, and State made sure that no possible autonomy or sovereignty grew, both for roughly the same reason: actually winning in AFG would have spread through the warriors and back to the priests, and actually running their country would have instantiated a patriarchal society almost completely immune to globohomo.

          • Rnadom says:

            @Jim could you go into more depth on why the rise of Hawala would cut the feet off central banking? Or do you mean central banking within Muslim countries?

            • jim says:

              Lots of people on the bloody borders of Islam use Hawala. It probably has more Hindu and Buddhist users than Muslim, and it has a very substantial number of Christian users. If lots of Chinese goods start passing through the silk road, which China very much wants in order to reduce its dependence on routes vulnerable to American action, a lot more Christians are going to be using it.

              When third worlders send money home to countries that use Hawala, it is usually cheaper, easier, faster, safer, and more convenient for the recipient, to send it through a first world financial institution like Remitly that is plugged into the Hawala network, than to send it through Western Union. At the same time, in a lot of south east Asian countries, the Hawala network is getting plugged in to crypto currency. So it is big, getting bigger, and has interfaces the west through financial institutions like Remitly, and through the Crypto Currency exchanges.

              If China gets their overland silk road going, chances are that in a couple of years, when you pay for a dozen Arm based Chinese made CPUs, your payment is going to pass through the Hawala network.

              Their latest CPUs are looking pretty good:

            • A2 says:

              Hawala is basically the old school version of SWIFT, isn’t it.

              Western banking has turned into an authoritarian mess, starting with Obama strangling the offshore industry, then FATF and pretend-panic about money laundring etc. Next step seems to be moving to an entirely managed electronic currency with all transactions going through a central broker. (Dark side of ledgers, if you will.)

          • A2 says:

            The ultimate troll would be for the Talibans to instead introduce a hard currency, based on let us say gold since muslims love gold.

            • jim says:

              Gold is obsolete. The future of physical money is coins containing secret that can only be read out by destroying the coin.

              • Karl says:

                As long as collapse is in the cards, gold is not obsolete.

                A gold coin is still an asset even if there is no electric power nor equipment available to check the validity of a secret-containing-coin.

                • f6187 says:

                  Karl says:

                  “A gold coin is still an asset even if there is no electric power nor equipment available to check the validity of a secret-containing-coin.”

                  That’s how I regard the value of various assets: not as an all-or-nothing proposition but rather valuing each asset based on the features it has and the features it lacks.

                  Line up BTC, gold, USD bank deposits, USD cash, and other assets in a big table with the columns representing features. Put a dot in the cell where an asset has that feature. Depending on the value you subjectively place on each feature, you may find that some of those assets complement each other nicely.

                  The BTC maximalists and the Gold maximalists tend to place zero value on certain features, as is their right. I just don’t think it’s realistic.

              • Mike in Boston says:

                On the Gold vs. Bitcoin debate, I think Mark Jeftovic’s take has a lot to recommend it (Part 1, Part 2.)

                • jim says:

                  Mostly he is right, but on one big thing he is wrong.

                  He correctly predicts that governments are never going to surrender and hand the financial system they have created over to crypto currencies

                  He incorrectly thinks that this is going to make a difference.

                • Karl says:

                  Why do think that it won’t make a difference if governemts declare any crypto transaction illegal?

                  If it were illegal, how could I buy crypto?

                  Sure I could pay cash in person to a dealer I trust, like buying drugs, but that would be a real hurdle. Especially if large cash transaction are also illegal.

                  Buying crypto by transmitting money to a specified account anywhere in the Western banking system would only be possible if a plausible cover transaction is involved, like an invoice for goods or services that will not be delivered or are stated on the invoice with an amount that is much higher than the value of goods/service such that there is a tacit agreement that I also get crypto for my payment.

                  Of course, people could first get an account with a financial institution outside of the Wesern banking system, e.g. Hawala, but the government would surely make having such an account also illegal.

                  If crypto is illegal, any transaction involving crypto would carry a risk. Some people who are heavily involved in illegal trade, e.g. drugs, surely won’t mind, but out side of such circles? Who would be willing to risk having all his assets (except crypto of course) sized and be imprisoned for something like 5 years?

                  Crypto is anonymous, but the side of the trade where cryto is used to pay for goods delivered to you or where you give something to receive crypto will involve a substantial risk.

                  Did I overlook something? I do not understand your confidence in this respect.

                • jim says:

                  > Why do think that it won’t make a difference if governemts declare any crypto transaction illegal?
                  > If it were illegal, how could I buy crypto?

                  1. Soon you will be earning crypto, not buying it for federal notes.

                  2. No one wants to fill out the intrusive id required to legally purchase crypto, but somehow. strangely, they manage to purchase it anyway.

                  > If crypto is illegal, any transaction involving crypto would carry a risk.

                  Everything is illegal. If you create value, you are committing several felonies per day, each of them with several years potential imprisonment. The laws are impossible to comply with. If you work in regular employment, you imagine yourself to be insulated from the fact that your employer is breaking no end of laws, but theoretically you are not, though in in practice they will ignore you to go after the deep pockets.

                • Karl says:

                  I see you point, but some laws have always been more strictly enforced than others.

                  If people are paid in crypto the government’s ability to collect taxes is severly reduced. Every government employee will quickly understand this and there give enforcement of crypto related laws a very high priority

                • jim says:

                  Every government employee will quickly understand this and there give enforcement of crypto related laws a very high priority

                  Normalcy bias.

                  Law are enforced to the extent that they can be easily enforced, and that enforcement of ridiculous or impossible to comply with laws do not result in a well connected interest group screaming.

                  Thus, for example, enforcement of the laws to shut down western connections to the Hawala network died as a result of ngos, aka the state department, screaming when they found that they had no way to pay local employees for anything that actually produced value (since most third world banks are only in the business of transferring stolen money) As a result, you can still easily pay people with US money through the Hawala network, even though it is seriously illegal and there is erratic and unpredictable enforcement.

                  And very few laws are harder to enforce than the existing crypto currency laws. They are going after the low hanging fruit, and show absolutely no interest in the high hanging fruit. This is unlikely to change.

                • The Cominator says:

                  If our government were competent China… maybe it would make a difference.

                  The government of the botched Afghanistan pullout will try to stop a transition to crypto (or as a last ditch try to create a mark of the beast currency), but it will fail.

                • Joe says:

                  Here is a basic rule for dealing with such things:

                  Everyone really is as stupid as you think they are.

                • Mike in Boston says:

                  I am glad to hear Jim’s and everyone’s thoughts on this. To me, it seems obvious that the U.S. dollar is headed the way of the Hungarian pengő– but what comes after it may be on the other side of a singularity, and hence unknowable.

                  I have some gold, some Asian currencies, and not enough bitcoin, but maybe on this side of the singularity the best store of value will be ammunition.

    • Fred says:

      Why would Russia and China care about female empowerment? This is some combination of:

      a) Taqiyya; or
      b) Taliban: From Feared Islamist Menace To Toothless Neoliberal Cucks; or
      c) Part of their agreement with their handlers in the US (CIA, etc).

      My bet is on b) – what’s the over/under on when the gay parades start?

      • The Original OC says:

        They’re both left wing states with empowered women themselves. Sure they’re less crusader about it but Taliban is way outside of norms in either country.

    • INDY says:

      Could it be a troll like the staged flag raising picture?

    • p says:

      Easily explained by the theory of Taliban being a USG/CIA front for destabilizing China. E.g. https://cabond.substack.com/p/the-afghan-withdrawal-from-a-jouvenelian

      • jim says:

        Which theory is as insane on its face as trooferism.

      • Aidan says:

        Substack is annoying in its lack of a comments section, or I would reply to Bond there.

        Bond assumes a level of competence that the NOG no longer possesses, among other issues. Although to be fair, I can imagine some bugman neocon wonk at rand or whatever giggling to himself thinking that the Taliban will attack China to save their fellow muslim yoghurts. But if that is the plan, it will backfire.

        The retreat of US forces from Afghanistan was fast, chaotic, and terrified. Even the generals were shocked, confused, and in denial. Does not speak to it being planned 4d chess.

        He assumes disorder will result from Taliban control. I expect the exact opposite.

        He expects that the Taliban will do as USG expects, but USG is notoriously vulnerable to taqqiya.

        He expects that China will not be friendly with Afghanistan, but China is being very friendly, and the Taliban just a little less in response. Clear that China really wants a friendly Afghanistan, and clear that it is in Afghanistan’s best interest to be friendly with China.

        He, or at least USG would, assume that the Taliban is resisting foreign influence in Afghanistan in general, when they were resisting condom on banana, and China is smart enough to leave sharia alone.

        Bond says that China wants to be a sea power and would hate to have to pay attention to its western borders, but if Jim is right, China does not want all that much to be a sea power and would love to focus on its western neighbors, which until recently were dangerously close to US military bases.

        Also very hard to imagine that the status damage to the US Empire is worth even an insurgency in Western China, if it somehow materialized. The US getting mogged out of Afghanistan by a bunch of goat herders makes China look like a more attractive suzerain. US media has already pulled the Hitler card, already accused China of death camps and genocide, and China just shrugged it off. I can’t imagine that China fighting a jihadist uprising could be used as a cassus belli if “literally hitler” didn’t work.

        • p says:

          I don’t think these counterarguments amount to much. The plan to use the Taliban to destabilize China may be stupid, yes, but this doesn’t necessarily render it nonexistent. Bond doesn’t argue that the plan isn’t stupid, just that it exists.

          The withdrawal was obviously botched, the idea was for the “Afghan army” to put up a few months or at least weeks of fight for saving face, instead of folding in hours. Again, this doesn’t preclude the transfer of power (and weapons, and money) being planned.

          I do think that China wants to be a sea power. Its long term plan is, in my opinion, to somehow get access to the Indian ocean. (Short term is of course take Taiwan and rule the China seas.)

          • Alfred says:

            >I do think that China wants to be a sea power. Its long term plan is, in my opinion, to somehow get access to the Indian ocean. (Short term is of course take Taiwan and rule the China seas.)

            China doesn’t seem that interested in it or they’d be spending a lot more in developing a Navy. What they do seem interested in Space power. Weapons systems from Space would obsolete every capital ship in existence.

            If the FAA shuts down Elon Musk, which I think is more than likely he’ll head to China and give them complete space dominance.

            • p says:

              “In 1988, Deng Xiaoping and Liu Huaqing set three governing goals for the development of the PLAN:

              1. By 2000 China would develop naval forces sufficient to defend its maritime interests out to the First Island Chain, which runs from the Kuril Islands through Japan and the Ryukyu Islands, down through the Philippines, and ends in the Indonesian archipelago;

              2. by 2020 China’s maritime interests would be secured by the PLAN’s capability to command the “near seas” out to the Second Island Chain, which runs from the Kurils through Japan and the Bonin Islands, then on through the Mariana Islands, Palau, and the Indonesian archipelago with the likely embrace of Java, Singapore, and the Malacca Straits; and

              3. by the time the PRC celebrates its centennial anniversary in 2049, the PLAN would be capable of deploying aircraft carriers with battle fleets and realizing China’s national interests on a global basis.

              China’s naval modernization and military deployments in its near seas show that the Deng-Liu strategy remains the conceptual basis for the development and practice of Chinese sea power.”


              “China’s armed forces comprise three major organizations, each with a maritime subcomponent that is already the world’s largest such sea force by number of ships.”


              >Weapons systems from Space would obsolete every capital ship in existence.

              Space weapons are like electric cars. Doable, but not an improvement over what we already have.

              • jim says:

                Hypersonic missiles, however, are a major improvement on what we have – and China has hypersonic missiles.

                A hypersonic missile goes up to the edge of space, and though it has less than orbital velocity, not a lot less.

                Hypersonic missiles obsolete aircraft carriers.

                • pyrrhus says:

                  Hypersonic missiles are revolutionary because they are relatively inexpensive and they turn any large military platform or device into a mere target…So the future of functional militaries will be much smaller, much less expensive gadgets where the economics don’t favor missiles…The MIC is going to hate this….

                • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                  The next notable tactical development will probably be portable fire control systems. Ie, things such as millimeter wave radars like hellfire seeker heads, or shoulder/helmet mounted IRIS-T’s that can detect drones or other objects, can be multiply linked with other squadmate’s POVs for stereoscopic range finding without emissions, with targeting trajectories plotted on their eyepiece or smartpad that can be mounted onto their standard service arm, which will be around the four bore or two bore size range, like the XM-25 or QLU-25, firing explosive shells with proximity or variable time fuses, making every footmobile into an area defense system.

  19. Anonymous says:

    I’v previously called out another commenter.

    “Calvin”, eh? Interesting name. Eye-raising names are a common occurrence with this commenter. (or “these commenters”. not entirely sure.)

    I planned on calling in some favors with friends in high places in order to bring this person (and this person’s associates and also some other creepy crawlies) to y’all’s attention, but no plan survives contact with the enemy.

    The usual shill tests will prove ineffective against this Antagonist.
    (And I could have said so when I called out ntglwng, but I knew y’all would try a shill test eventually and I wanted to see the response.)

    • Anonymous says:

      “Miserius” is also a very interesting name.

    • Anonymous says:

      Jim’s perceptions of “Calvin” are correct. Especially the “Demon Worshipper” thing. Calvin does worship demons. He worships Cthulhu.

      (If it were up to me — it aint — I’d ban notglowing, Miserius, and Calvin.)

      • The Cominator says:

        Cryptically saying you know who people are IRL is supicious in itself though.

        I do not recall much about notglowing but despite a suspicious name I don’t remember him being particularly bad.

        • notglowing says:

          I’m none of the people he’s listing, nothing I say resembles what they say, the guy is simply insane and “called me out” in the linked post by saying he knows who I am in real life, which is highly doubtful, but constitutes a veiled threat against my person nonetheless. And that is after a weird post where he simply wrote “wat” 20 times.

          I don’t know what he’s “calling me out” for, considering how incoherent his posts are, but if someone has an issue with me, and think I should be banned, they should spell it out.

          Vague threats and passive aggressiveness are unbecoming and so is trying to sow distrust with no actual reasons to back your accusations.

          As for my name, maybe I asked to be suspected by adopting such a silly name, but it’s simply a moniker I came up with in the spur of the moment the first time I posted here over a year ago, most likely “glow in the dark nigger CIA agents” was a topic discussed somewhere in the comments that day, or it was just in my mind.
          If I was a government agent I would not adopt a name that attracts attention towards it.

        • Anonymous says:

          Cryptically saying you know who people are IRL is supicious in itself though.

          But “person” not “people”, ’cause the “i know u IRL” thing only applies to/for ntglwng.

          I said the thing about “Calvin” and Cthulhu, because anyone who willingly consumes the red pill and then afterwards consciously decides to vomit it has chosen to worship Cthulhu. Don’t have to know much about “Calvin” to come to that conclusion.

          I didn’t bother to read even half of the discussion with “Miserius”. I trust Jim’s verdict. (Kinda suspect the purpose of that was to wear down Jim. Generating bullshit is easier than filtering it.)

          I do not recall much about notglowing but despite a suspicious name I don’t remember him being particularly bad.

          I don’t know/care what ntglwng is up to. Coulda said nothing, but I left a comment as a sort of beacon. A “hi y’all, remember this guy from earlier?” kind of thing.

          And I admit I’m paranoid. Has served me well! Very well! Very useful!
          (And can you even blame me. I think paranoia is just what the doctor ordered.)

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            If you are seeking to defend B.J.C from enemies, speak plainly. State the truth and let the men decide how they feel, and the king decide what to do. If you are acting in good faith, by your fruits we will know you. Keep up this reddit tier riddlesmithing and I’m inclined to believe that you are guilty of that which you accuse, as in wasting time, wasting space, and creating mistrust and dissension.

            • Anonymous says:

              I apologize.

              But just as before a major battle one checks and double checks one’s armor and weapons, I need to take some serious precautions before confronting this adversary. (Will refrain from commenting until then.)

              • Kunning Drueger says:

                After unwittingly participating in brigading the Hindustani faction, I feel gun shy. I’m not a mod, or anything remotely like that. But I care about this place and I want to defend it. I’m not telling you not to participate, but I encourage you to be manly in aim and delivery. Our enemies are snakes and they want us to slither like them. But GNON calls us to be lions.

      • neofugue says:

        The shill tests detect Feds who have someone looking over their shoulder, not genuine enemies operating independently. Were it not for my scrutinizing of sources miserius may have gotten away with demoralization.

        Progs do not ask honest questions; leftist arguments are variations of “you are bad, I am holier than thou, I will crush you.” Demons do not care for logic and consistency, thus the way to handle them is to call them out and provoke a response. As a result of my name calling, omega male miserius posted a fake quote of a saint from an enemy website, thus revealing his true intentions.

        Leftcaths are evil, but leftorthos are much worse. Remember the self-castrated Origen was the first post-Christian universalist long before the Puritans and the Unitarians came about. To me, it is neither surprising that Russia underwent its revolution nor is it unexpected that demon worshipers have found their way here. Expect more enemies in the future.

      • Calvin says:

        You want to ban me for asking questions in a way you don’t like? I’m not an Orthodox, I don’t claim to be and I never have. What I am is concerned that people who are will sell put white civilization because they think it’s their religious duty.

        • jim says:

          Christianity has a whole lot of potential for holiness spiraling – this is a valid criticism.

          But if holiness spiraling is off the table, if it does not get you nice benefits, there will be very little holiness spiraling.

          The key problem you are pointing at is universalism. It is a lot cheaper, easier, and more convenient to care deeply about strangers far away that you have never met, and hope never to meet, than it is to care about kin, friends, and neighbors. Which makes it easy to “love” them a whole lot more than the guy who borrows your lawnmower and does not return it till you knock on his door.

          If, however, universalism is a bad career move, instead of an essential career move, we will be seeing very little of it.

          • Calvin says:

            Ok, seems like a valid solution if you have a suitably competent sovereign and grand inquisitor.

  20. Talking of refugees


    India is allowing afghani Hindu and Sikh refugees to board flights back to India while being highly vague about whether all afghan refugees will be admitted. This is how it should be. As usual the prog media will scream about the poor afghani girl who cannot return to school under Taliban but we should not be concerned about that.

  21. Pseudonymous Flake says:

    Afghanistan is central to world geopolitics and has been so, and recognized to be so, for centuries. Failure to acknowledge this fact is negligence at best and malice at worst.

    “The Great Game began on 12 January 1830 when Lord Ellenborough, the president of the Board of Control for India, tasked Lord William Bentinck, the governor-general, with establishing a new trade route to the Emirate of Bukhara.[2][3][7] Britain intended to gain control over the Emirate of Afghanistan and make it a protectorate, and to use the Ottoman Empire, the Persian Empire, the Khanate of Khiva, and the Emirate of Bukhara as buffer states blocking Russian expansion. This would protect India and also key British sea trade routes by stopping Russia from gaining a port on the Persian Gulf or the Indian Ocean.[2][3] Russia proposed Afghanistan as the neutral zone.[8] The results included the failed First Anglo-Afghan War of 1838, the First Anglo-Sikh War of 1845, the Second Anglo-Sikh War of 1848, the Second Anglo-Afghan War of 1878, and the annexation of Kokand by Russia.”

    But you are an Anglophile and a one-man Antlanticist PR operation, so of course you speak in nonsensical riddles about condoms and bananas. You and that British general who got on television to demand that alleged American president Biden be “court-martialed” both, for different reasons but in equal measure, deserve the oven.

    • jim says:

      Bothering to notice small shreds of sanity in an incurably insane opponent is a waste of time and a distraction. The madness is where danger and opportunity is.

      America had a small shred of sane purpose in occupying Afghanistan. By blocking the Silk road America made sure Chinese trade was dependent on sea transport, thus America held the threat in its pocket of cutting off China from the world. Which threat is about to fade, which may well result in Taiwan falling.

      But this small shred of sane purpose was vastly overshadowed by the vastly more important insane Cathedral purpose of exporting Globohomo to the least receptive soil in the world, which insane purpose was the cause of the ensuing defeat.

    • Contaminated NEET says:

      > Afghanistan is central to world geopolitics and has been so, and recognized to be so,

      Oh fucking please. Afghanistan is a backwater wasteland of barbarians, dust, poppies, and dancing boys. If it’s so hugely important, why wasn’t the world thrown into chaos when the Taliban ruled it back in the late ’90s. I remember the late ’90s. I only ever heard about Afghanistan in lame guilt-tripping chain emails that female college students would send, complaining about women’s rights and the Bamiyan Buddhas. Nobody noticed or cared that the silk road was closed or that Russia did or didn’t have access to the Indian Ocean.

      >nonsensical riddles about condoms and bananas

      The meaning of the condom on the banana is not mysterious in the least. It’s a synecdoche for the globalist feminist pro-sodomy godless hedonist utilitarian worldview. It symbolizes the nameless religion that the US government was trying to convert the Pashtun to.

      • Kunning Drueger says:

        We probably agree that OP is a fag. But I think Jim is pretty on point in his response; Afghanistan is massively important because of geography. It isn’t surprising that media was uninterested in the 90s, but that doesn’t mean it is/was unimportant. Your post planted a thought in my head: what if bleeding heart manufactured concern was actually a sort of mystical red-flag for where the eye of sauron is looking? It is far too much work for me, but I wonder what kind of interesting data points could be amassed if one were to collect and correlate all the BHMC initiatives based on who had them/funded them as well as the movements/attention of Blue Empire in the form of UN and State Department/NGO interest/policy/working groups.

        • Contaminated NEET says:

          >Afghanistan is massively important because of geography

          I still don’t buy it. If Afghanistan is this world-strategic linchpin, then why don’t we see more of history rotating around it? It’s known as the graveyard of empires because empires dumb enough to mess around there are empires on the way out, not because failing to control it fatally compromises the empires’ strategic or economic position. What great power succeeded brilliantly because it controlled Afghanistan? What power failed because it didn’t?

          • Alfred says:

            >What great power succeeded brilliantly because it controlled Afghanistan?

            Mongol Empire, Timurid Empire, Mughal Empire. It was part of the silkroad. Taxing Merchants coming through is a great way to fund an army. When China went into decline it became less important and when European traders and warriors made the world safe for long distance sea trade places like Afghanistan lost it’s importance.

            Sea trade is vastly superior to the silk road but as empires crumble land routes become easier to secure than sea routes.

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            I was inclined toward your line of thinking because as a heritage American I have a very top-down, blue water navy perspective on geo-significance. But Jim has pointed out how BRI is an end run around the maritime trade routes. So it isn’t that AFG is some crown jewel to be possessed. It is very valuable to any entity that has valuable shit on either side of Eurasia.

            • jim says:

              The Taliban have been doing a good job keeping the roads open wherever they could control a road going all the way through. A merchant paid a reasonably moderate tax going in, and a reasonably moderate tax going out, and if anyone with a gun in hand asked the merchant for some more money in the middle, that gunman died.

              The American sponsored government has had random government thugs randomly shaking down merchants so as to make it impossible to move goods through government controlled Afghanistan, with the result that the entire government controlled economy was shut down and everyone was entirely dependent on US handouts, which have suddenly ended.

              This does not imply that the Taliban will succeed in restoring the Silk Road, but it does imply that they will try. If they succeed, China can do what it likes without worrying too much about America cutting off their trade.

        • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

          The most notable thing about Afghanistan is it’s unnotability. There is practically no place on earth that is inhabited that has less to recommend it. Not africa, or central america, or siberia, or elsewhere.

          It is not like places like the sahara, or arctic tundra, that are simply completely barren; there is one thing afghanistan has that those places don’t, which is *people*; and it is ultimately this that triggers monkey instincts in ways such other places don’t.

          It is inhabited… but not *aligned*; blank space on the map, which draws in powers like a moth to flame… or air into a vacuum. They simply cannot help themselves. Lack of greater establishment making it *more* attractive to waning powers, not less. That powers eternally shuffle around it like a ‘great game’, is an ultimate expression of the fact that they *can’t* make any establishment in it.

      • p says:

        >Nobody noticed or cared that the silk road was closed or that Russia did or didn’t have access to the Indian Ocean.

        If Afghanistan actually granted access to the Indian Ocean, it would have been extremely valuable not to Russia, but to China.

        But it doesn’t. (And the silk (rail)road already works since 2016.)

  22. jim says:

    Recapping the discussion with Miserius, which is now over:


    Christians are always saying X.


    What! No they are not,

    I have never heard a Christian say X.

    Link me to a website run by Christians saying X.




    You are still not linking me to a website run by Christians saying X.


    It is in scripture, and in the writings of the fathers.

    By which he refers to the scriptures and the writings of the fathers quoted on hostile anti Christian websites.


    No it is not.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      I maintain he isn’t a shill, but I also think he is Glennfilthie reborn. For newer folks, Glennfilthie was a fucking boomer-tier moron that got run off for excessive stupidity.

      There was something malevolent about Miserius. Can’t really put my finger on it. In any case, a reminder that our enemies are multitudinous, so shill tests alone are not sufficient for gatekeeping. More and more, maintaining a blog seems very similar to gardening.

      • jim says:

        He is not a shill, in that he is clearly has not been sent by the Cathedral and is obviously not drawing a paycheck.

        But he is using the debating methods of shills and entryists, which are harmful to discussion and group cohesion.

      • neofugue says:

        This guy?

        Glenfilthie is a boomer moron; on the other hand, Miserius is intelligent and evil.

        > There was something malevolent about Miserius. Can’t really put my finger on it.

        The Antichrist is not to be found in the overt deniers, but in the small affirmers, whose Christ is only on the lips. Miserius is a servant of the Antichrist.

        There are many evil people in Orthodox Christianity, and Miserius is one of them. LeftCaths are demonic, but LeftOrthos are something else. While they seldom attend church, there is a palpable air of death that surrounds them. Perhaps as a Progressive being surrounded by evil on a daily basis has given me the ability to detect the subtle ques, but there have been numerous instances when my gut raised alarm at seemingly nice people only for me find out later they were demon worshipers.

        Commies hate monastics and express a special type of derangement towards murdering them. There is something about a Holy ascetic life that bothers the demon worshiper, although I left Progressivism before I reached that stage.

        • The Cominator says:

          I think monasticism has a place for men… though perhaps like Peter the Great it should be restricted to men 40 or over. On the other hand I don’t think it has a place for women… Luther was right about nunneries.

          I think the Orthodox are better about this as Orthodox nunneries were not encouraged as excessively holy.

          • Alfred says:

            I don’t grasp the point of nunneries.

          • Karl says:

            Monasticism is a place for men who do not deserve killing, but can’t be allowed to be unsupervised or can’t manage to live unsupervised.

            Some for women, although there are usually far fewer women can’t fit into society outside a cloister

            • The Cominator says:

              There have been monks who have made intellectual discoveries… certainly a life of disciplined meditation contemplation etc has its appeal at times.

              But yeah i see no point to nuns or nunneries. Women are to serve men period… nothing can be allowed to be holier than this.

              • Alfred says:

                I can see one case for this. I have a relative who suffered an injury as a child that prevented her from having kids but didn’t discover it until after several years of trying to have children with her husband. She eventually adopted a girl from overseas which worked out horribly with the girl rejecting her after college as such adoptionees tend to do today. Only close relatives should be adopted.

                She got married and divorced a couple times but late in life she became a fervent leftist wack job. The whole thing Jim says women become evil and insane when they don’t have kids? I see it in her. She’d send my entire extended family to deathcamps if she knew we all voted for Trump. All she has left in life is her insane religion to the point where no can stand to be around her.

                She’d be a good candidate for a nunnery just to stop her from making others lives miserable.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Leftists other than fertile age women (or who are otherwise very useful somehow) get the helicopter en masse.

                • Karl says:

                  Cloister were there to make people useful that would not be useful outside of cloisters, but did not deserve killing.

                  We all know that your standard of who deserves to be killed is much stricter than that of any medieval judge. Although it has to be noted that cloisters were only an option for Christians who noone wanted outside of cloisters and progressives are no Christians.

                  I’m not sure what medieval judges would have done with some who was not Christian. My guess is they would have allowed conversion (reconversion?) to Christianity so that cloisters would be an option.

          • neofugue says:

            Monasticism is a path for people who cannot deal with the struggles of life. There is a small percentage of the population who are unable to function in which monasticism provides them an appropriate venue.

            Personally, were it not for my desire to have kids I would become a monastic. Life is too difficult to justify not having children.

    • Calvin says:

      Repeating a question I asked about Christianity below but seems not to have been noticed.

      What if the problems are intrinsic to Christianity, though? If holiness is defined by loving everyone as yourself how do you stop that from spiraling into “give everything in your country away to the four billion niggers pouring across the border because God demands it”? It seems like it could be made to work in a era of small populations with lots of space and limited communications, but how do you get it to function when every parasite on the planet can see the riches of your society and wants a piece of it? How does a good Christian bring himself to machine gun hordes of screaming foreign women and helpless babies crying for mercy and food, as will be necessary if any white society is to survive the coming storm?

        • Calvin says:

          What do you do when hundreds of millions of Africans, having inevitably exhausted the carrying capacities of their native lands, come storming to your borders, pushing women and children to the fore, demanding to be let in and fed? That post doesn’t answer that. It seems to me all any progressive need do is wave the verses about “doing unto the least of these” into the faces of the border guards and any sincere Christians among them are at the very least extremely reluctant to do what needs to be done to preserve their homelands. The image of being sent to hell for gunning down thousands of genuinely destitute and desperate refugees seems hard to overcome, but if you don’t there goes any white society anywhere.

          • neofugue says:

            > The image of being sent to hell for gunning down thousands of genuinely destitute and desperate refugees seems hard to overcome, but if you don’t there goes any white society anywhere

            The image of a 17 years 11 months old non-virgin getting married to an older man 4 years her senior she no longer has the gina tingles for seems hard to overcome, but if you don’t there goes any white society anywhere.

            Sink the ships. Europe has a refugee problem because the European nations have traitorous elites. No one has the right to immigrate to a Western country, and using one’s own women and children as human shields for an invasion is despicable.

            • Calvin says:

              What do you say to a genuine Christian soldier who has read Matthew 25 and is really worried that by gunning down refugees he is gunning down Christ?

              • neofugue says:

                Quoting you from threads involving Miserius:

                > a pacifist faggot who lets himself get beheaded and his wife raped by durkas is holier than a sane man who fights back


                > the idea of monks completely disconnected from the world is itself a major incubator for holiness spirals and generally quackery. People need normal social interaction to remain sane

                Assuming monks do not have social interaction

                > Christ was accused to being a drunkard and glutton because he enjoyed normal earthly pleasures so often

                No Christian believes this, we call this blasphemy

                Are you a sock puppet account of Miserius? Calvin is erecting a Progressive straw man of poor innocent refugees completely helpless at the mercy of the evil white man being gunned down by vile racists. If refugees wish to flood into western countries, they will be turned back. The question is dishonest, manipulative and unresponsive.

                • Calvin says:

                  No, I am not with Miserius. I am not and have never been an Orthodox Christian, frankly I am not sure of what to believe in religious terms. I do know some people who are “refugees welcome” on religious grounds despite being otherwise fairly red-pilled on subjects like the woman question and am just trying to puzzle it out. If jim wants I can take a shill test, but I’ve been here longer than Miserius.

                • jim says:

                  Sounds to me like you, Calvin, are a Demon worshiper who just wants all Christians murdered, and wants to take their guns away so that he can do it itself.

                  You sound very like Miserius, but Miserius could pull off the superficial pretense of Christianity better than you can, also he sounded more Jewish than you do, leading me to suspect yet another Indian working for the Cathedral shilling operation on an H1B visa, so time for the affirmation and the shill test.

                  And your questions incline me to doubt that you know any Christians, let alone Christians red pilled on the woman question. They are questions from within the bubble.

                • Calvin says:

                  Also, regarding that first quote it was explicitly a hypothetical.

                  In regard to the second, I think isolation from the world and celibacy are both bad for human psychology, and I stand by that.

                  Finally, I didn’t say Christians believed Jesus was a glutton or drunkard, I said that his enemies accused him of being one for eating and drinking as he did. Which is just true, they did do that. I did not say the accusations had weight.

                • Calvin says:

                  I will take any shill test you wish to give, Jim.

                • jim says:

                  If a long time reader of this blog, you know the shill test and the affirmation.

                  Just commit heresies against the Cathedral that would get you fired, and, since you are telling us what Christian doctrine requires, affirm the basic tenets of Christianity.

                  Waste of electrons to discuss what a Christian’s duty is with people who hate Christianity and Christians. They will always put the most hateful, evil, moronic, stupid, and wicked interpretation on any Christian words they can use against Christians and Christianity, and it just wastes electrons to debate such interpretations as if they were serious, honest, sincere, and well intentioned misunderstandings of Christian doctrine.

                  When a non Christian tells a Christian that the bible and the Church fathers command X, it is very rarely the case that the bible and the Church fathers command X, and explaining what they do command is a pointless waste of space.

                  When Christians tell non Christians that Christ commands the Christian to do X, usually the truth as they understand it. When a non Christian tells a Christian what Christ commands, it very rarely is and discussing the matter rather than simply denouncing the conversation is apt to be a waste of time and electrons.

                  The good Samaritan did not take the man set upon by thieves into his house, still less into someone else’s house. The problem is that the violence of these people is driving us out of our cities.

                  Your interpretation of the Good Samaritan story has the good Samaritan helping the robbers settle in someone else’s house.

                • Calvin says:

                  Women are inherently attracted to antisocial behavior and given the chance will often prefer waiting for a booty call from Jeremy Meeks to a proper marriage, destroying any chance of stable or growing populations. Female sexuality must be controlled by males in order for a functioning society to exist. Female consent is irrelevant to whether or not sex is moral, consent of her owner is what matters.

                  Race matters. There are inferior and superior races, and the superior races will inevitably be disproportionately represented in all fields requiring discipline, intelligence, and forethought. Blacks are inferior to whites in all three of these things.

                  And, again, I’m not religiously affiliated myself, but here goes on those basic tenants: Jesus Christ is Lord. Born to the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem, was crucified, died, and was buried. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven. He will return to judge the living and the dead. He is fully God and fully man. God is three and God is one.


                • Calvin says:

                  Uh, Jim, did you see my response to the shill test?

          • Contaminated NEET says:

            I have to agree with you here, Calvin. Gunning down hordes of unarmed, desperate, poverty-stricken women and children looks and feels extremely bad, and it’s going to be very hard to get guards of any faith, but especially Christianity, to do it.

            However, this Green March/Camp of the Saints scenario, while a good metaphor for what’s happening, doesn’t happen literally very often at all. The answer is not to mow down the migrant mob, but to prevent it from forming in the first place. You firmly control the border in the times and places where your guards can actually manage the situation, which is the vast majority of them, and you arrest, deport, and turn away the migrants. Internally, you severely punish anyone who employs an illegal alien, you do not give government benefits to illegal aliens, and you swiftly send any illegal aliens you catch either back home or to an unpleasant holding camp on a remote Pacific island. Weakness invites predation, strength deters it. Follow these common sense prescriptions, and you’re not going to see howling mobs rushing your hapless border guards’ machine guns.

          • D Brinn says:

            For the modern Christians who demand that we take care of every invader at the gates who claims hardship back home, Hell has nothing to do with it, because they don’t really believe in Hell. They do it because they want their friends to think they’re kind, generous people. In their world, the more charity you do with other people’s resources, the better person you are.

      • jim says:

        > If holiness is defined by loving everyone as yourself how do you stop that from

        Not how holiness is defined by Christianity. That is how holiness is defined by Globohomo.

        See How to genocide inferior kinds in a properly Christian manner.

        • Calvin says:

          How do you square that with Jesus’ order to love your enemies, not just those who love you, or Paul’s rather more specific command that if your enemy is hungry, feed him? I don’t think the latter ever imagined that there would be billions of hungry enemies and a few hundred thousand believers, but the command stands regardless.

          • jim says:

            Saint Paul most certainly did imagine the situation where there would be far too many hungry people looking for a handout, and gave us specific, detailed, practical, useful, and sensible instructions on how to deal with the issue.

            Which instructions can be summarized as tough love for useless people, and tougher lover for enemy useless people. The point most relevant to our current crisis being that any young women currently receiving Aid to Families with Dependent Children need to be shotgun married.

            • Calvin says:

              Hmmm, I guess you could call it tough love, to force people back to their inevitable deaths due to their own incompetence and overpopulation, but it just seems like a stretch. I just have a hard time seeing people that were not desperate and starving themselves taking that interpretation over and against the progressive one that you should let them in. It just seems like by the time anyone would think that way it would already be too late.

              I could see it being plausibly Christian if you added something like the ability to help said people in the afterlife, by prayer or something, once they’ve been safely ejected from this world. Would that work? I don’t know, but I know some Christians pray for the dead so maybe?

              • neofugue says:

                > tough love, to force people back to their inevitable deaths due to their own incompetence and overpopulation

                There is plenty of passive-aggressive snark in this comment. Arguing in bad faith is not going to go unnoticed here.

                There is neither male nor female; thus, we should have state-sponsored sodomy, tranny story hour, drag queens, pride parades, gay adoption of young boys, and so on and so forth.

                Just as the Pharisees obsessed over ritual contamination as a justification in killing and stealing from Greeks and Romans, Progressives obsess over holiness-spiraling Christ’s commands in destroying those near to them. Of course, Calvin would not give up his own house, car, savings, et cetera to strangers, he only wants to help the innocent poor refugees:

                “no I’m not a christian and I have nothing but contempt for your backward religious beliefs so yeah, this argument wouldn’t work on me but maybe if I use it on you, you’ll do what I want

                • Calvin says:

                  What are you talking about? I explicitly said that the reason the Africans will die is because they’ve bred well beyond their carrying capacity and are not smart enough to come up with any technological solutions or control their own population.

                  I don’t want white Christians to cuck to the rapefugees, I want you to do the opposite of that and am worried that when push comes to shove a lot of you will not. It only takes a few reluctant border guards to let in a swarm hundreds of thousands strong. I’m questioning how many of you have the resolve to do what must be done to preserve our peoples and how you justify doing it in the context of your religion.

                • jim says:

                  Well that is a legitimate question, but who is it that supports open borders in a hostile world? I don’t see Christians supporting open borders other than the gay marriage LGBTQDFHFDKJH single mothers are heroes drag queen story hour season of singleness brigade.

                  Which is certainly a mighty big brigade, but I doubt they are too worried about what Jesus said. They would think he was just a first century Jewish community organizer, so what would he know? He did not even drive a Prius.

                  That is the relevance of the demon worshiper test. I don’t think you will find too many Christians who can pass the demon worshiper test supporting open borders in a hostile and dangerous world.

                  The typical good Christian who actually is Christian may offer a homeless person a meal on the porch, but it will be on the porch, not the kitchen, and she will be packing heat. Actual Christians who worry about doing good to people in need tend to be very aware that they are likely to be not helping the man setupon by robbers, but a robber who setupon the wrong victim.

                • Calvin says:

                  Sorry about the duplicate comment, Jim.

                  And to answer your question, I know some personally, including my dad. He’s had a long and fairly traditional marriage, gave good advice on women, but also supports taking in just about the whole of South America on the grounds that we need to save their souls and how would we like it if we had to show up at someone else’s country fleeing war and they slammed the door in our faces? It’s a real phenomenon.

                • jim says:

                  Give him the demon worshiper test and get back to me.

                • Alfred says:

                  Faggots and Calvin need to be tossed from a high building as a warring to others. But I repeat myself.

                • Calvin says:

                  He passed the demon worshipper test pretty easily. Still thinks we need to absorb every single person from South America.

              • Kunning Drueger says:

                Calvin, you’re full of shit. It’s time to stop posting.

              • 7817 says:

                Schmitt’s friend/enemy distinction is an extremely powerful tool for detecting shills. Very glad to have learned it.

                Anyone that thinks we should never turn any away and just let our nation be overrun isn’t just an enemy, they are anti-christ. This person wants me to take my children’s bread and throw it to the dogs.

                Fuck off with your moralistic posturing. No matter what the shill test says, your christianity is not the same as mine, and you worship a different jesus.

          • Aidan says:

            I wouldn’t be too hard on Calvin; he sees cucked Christians today, who have holiness spiraled “love thy enemy” and correctly wonders how a Christian state religion is going to handle that holiness spiral in the future. Not that Jim and other commenters have not already addressed it, but some people are new and haven’t read the seminal posts. Still might be useful to have a copypasta to address the oft-raised concern of holiness-spiraled Christian pacifism.

            I do not know the Greek, but the Latin Bible makes a firm distinction between ingroup and outgroup enemies, the neighbor with whom you have a zoning dispute and the enemy besieging your gates, and the word used for “love” is quite a bit different than the modern meaning of “love”.

            The word used for “enemy”, inimicus, evolved etymologically into the modern english enemy, but “enemy” has acquired the meaning of the external foe making war on you- the original Latin is closest in meaning to the slang term “beef”. To translate it into something moderns can understand, Paul’s commandment would be “if that nigga you beefin’ wif hard up, give ‘im a hand, then you ain’t got beef no more, you got a homie”.

            Because of massively centralized police state, modern whites cannot understand living in conditions where serious and potentially violent disputes with fellow members of your tribe are likely, but that is still the reality for urban blacks, so if I translate into their language you might be able to understand it.

            The word “diligere”, translated as “love”, but became “diligence”, is best translated as tough love, or respect/honor, and it was taken for granted that a man would give himself tough love- restraint and self-discipline in self-interest. When you love your enemy as yourself, well, you need to be pretty hard on yourself to be successful and competent. It’s not some gay hippie self-love shit. The stuff in the bible about enemies is not advice for a state dealing with hostiles (hostis), it is advice for getting along with troublesome neighbors, advice that ancient people very much needed, if you read about blood feuds in the sagas or observe the modern black ghetto. Ancient people understood this implicitly, but the restored Church will need to explain it, and we need a proper translation of the Bible.

            • alf says:

              I know a guy, Christian, big countryside family, takes sunday rest very seriously, the whole shebang. Yet regularly invites refugees over to his place because that’s what good Christians do. So yes, the complaint does not come out of thin air.

              But seems to me the matter can be easily resolved with a refugee shill test, something like: ‘what happens to a nation if it lets in masses of faraway refugees?’
              A) given enough time they mostly assimilate into our culture and copy our norms and values. That is after all how integration works.
              B) they take their unique perspective with them allowing for cultural enrichment. Multicultural societies have always driven innovations throughout history.
              C) it is a sign that the nation is in decline and no longer defends its borders. The refugees act as conquerors, and the natives as if they are defeated. Not to mention diversity + proximity = war.
              D) they often come from poverty- and war-struck countries, and it is our moral duty to help them. Perhaps they will see the light and convert to our faith, but that is up to them —- our task is merely to help.

              • jim says:

                It is not Christianity that is the problem. It is holiness spiraled religion.

                Obviously holiness spiraled Christianity has pathologies particular to Christianity, and these are indeed its pathologies.

                But the underlying dynamic is independent of what is being holiness spiraled, because it always converges to a religion optimized for taking power, and thus a religion optimized for bringing out a mob to smash stuff, and thus always becomes recognizable as twenty first century leftism, regardless of the starting point.

                • alf says:

                  But the underlying dynamic is independent of what is being holiness spiraled

                  Well I mean, yes and no… Yes as in if the death star did not have the thermal exhaust port, chances are the rebels would’ve found another weakness. No as in there’s no reason the empire couldn’t have plugged that g*d d*amn exhaust port.

                  But it’s hard to say. Maybe you can and should stop a holiness spiral for the sake of it being a holiness spiral. The idea is certainly appealing. Cue people holiness spiraling the stopping of holiness spiraling ^_^

                • Guy says:

                  My understanding of your position Jim, and correct me if I’m wrong, is that Islam is not agreement capable because of its historical traditions and the behaviors of its adherents, backed by the predominant interpretations of its holy texts. That Christianity is more desirable for a state religion because it’s troublesome textual sections are rebutted or expounded upon by other books or quotations that rulers can choose to emphasize to neutralize the bad effects any particular quote might be bring about in a society ready to go through a holiness spiral.

                  What, if anything, is different about Islam to cause this? Do the bad parts of the Quran outweigh the good moreso than in the Bible? Is it just a matter of their population building up too much baggage around it? Could Christianity eventually get to the point where too much time has passed since it was effectively wielded as a state religion to being it back?

                • jim says:

                  Holy texts are not infinitely elastic. You are always stuck with the basic nature of your state religion. The holy texts of Christianity are eminently rational, sane, pragmatic, and practical, it is just that there is a whole lot of potential there for holiness spiraling, which has to be firmly and vigorously squished.

                  The holy texts of Islam actually have less potential for holiness spiraling (not that that has stopped them) but the trouble is that while the holy texts of Christianity are aimed at high internal and external cooperate/cooperate equilibrium, the holy texts of Islam expect and intend a state of permanent and continual war and betrayal. They are optimized for defect/defect.

                • Pooch says:

                  Open priesthood is at the roof of the holiness spiral problem. A theoretical perfect religion will still inevitably get holiness spiraled to demonic levels with an open priesthood.

                • Pooch says:


                • Calvin says:

                  I have to disagree with you regarding Islam’s potential for holiness spiraling, Jim. It looks to me that Islam, with its open priesthood and subjective requirements for a caliph is just as vulnerable to holiness spiraling as Christianity. It’s just it’s holiness spirals tend less toward self abnegation and more towards murdering everyone else for insufficient Islam.

              • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                What happens to a people that permit mass alien migration in to their holdings?

                A) Given enough time they mostly assimilate into the native culture and copy their norms and values, which creates the ground for productive civil society. This is after all how the melting pot of integration works.
                B) They take their unique perspective with them, which must be preserved in their new homes, allowing for cultural enrichment. Multicultural societies have always driven innovations throughout history.
                C) It is a sign that a nation is in decline and lacks the will or ability – which is the same thing – to defend its territory. The migrants act as conquerors, and the natives act as if they are defeated. Diversity + proximity = war.
                D) It is our moral duty to help them, especially if they are impoverished and war-stricken people fleeing from impoverished and war-stricken nations. Whether they adopt our ways or not is up to them, but it is not the important thing —- our task is merely to help, one way or another.

            • Anonymous says:

              > Because of massively centralized police state, modern whites cannot understand living in conditions where serious and potentially violent disputes with fellow members of your tribe are likely

              That’s why the massively centralized police state is a good thing. I don’t want to live around white niggers, I want to live around people who are similar to me.

              • The Cominator says:

                Bro you know what I’m saying is you’re fucked up, you talk like a fag and your shits all retarded.

              • Aidan says:

                Violence is not bad. Failure to cooperate with your ingroup is bad. The problem with niggers is not that they are violent. Before the cops, white communities solved crime with huge levels of violence. We’ve had judges for as long as we’ve had kings, but getting the crook in front of the judge is your problem, as it should be- if the suspect resists, you whack him with a stick until he stops moving, and if he runs, he gets declared an outlaw and men were expected to kill him on sight. The problem with niggers is that they can’t achieve cooperation, which makes the places they live into ugly wastelands. If you want to live near people like you, i.e. pacifist beta males, move to Sweden.

              • The Original OC says:

                Central police states are at most 200 years old in the West, overlapping almost exactly the time of ‘wiggerization.’

                To keep proles in line, you need personal authority. For a well-ordered society, you need personal authority exercised by good men incentivized to act rightly.

                • D Brinn says:

                  > you need personal authority exercised by good men incentivized to act rightly.

                  Right. My town is 95% white, so crime is very low, but there’s a growing drug problem. One motel is ground central for it, and everyone knows it. A dozen armed men stationed around it, three shifts of four from dusk to dawn, could end the problem. But that would be illegal and get them arrested. So people complain that the cops aren’t doing anything, and the cops get defensive and say they can’t do anything until they’re called to a specific crime, and the cop-defenders wave their Back-the-Blue flags and say how dare you, and so it goes on.

                  Now concerned citizens are gathering evidence of zoning violations to try to get the place shut down that way. Anything to deal with the problem without just giving good men the authority to deal with it directly.

      • Yul Bornhold says:

        > If holiness is defined by loving everyone as yourself how do you stop that from spiraling into “give everything in your country away to the four billion niggers pouring across the border because God demands it”?

        Has anyone on Jimblog noted that the lefties who “love” dispossessed Africans and Adidas-iphone Arabs are in fact full of hate? Scott Alexander, of all people, noticed it. His librul friends got all upset because rednecks rejoiced over the death of Osama bin Laden. “No one should be happy over the death of another human being!” Then they threw a jubilee when Margaret Thatcher died.

        1 John 4:20: “If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?”

        Likewise, if a man does not love his neighbor, next to whom he lives, how can he love some stranger on a distant continent?

        There’s something deeply pharisaic about taking the command to love your neighbor and turning it into a performance show wherein one pretends to love strangers, while openly hating his actual neighbors.

        From Mark 7: “He answered and said unto them, Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hypocrites, as it is written, This people honoureth me with their lips, but their heart is far from me. 7Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. 8For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do. 9And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition. 10For Moses said, Honour thy father and thy mother; and, Whoso curseth father or mother, let him die the death: 11But ye say, If a man shall say to his father or mother, It is Corban, that is to say, a gift, by whatsoever thou mightest be profited by me; he shall be free. 12And ye suffer him no more to do ought for his father or his mother; 13Making the word of God of none effect through your tradition, which ye have delivered: and many such like things do ye.”

        I’m not entirely sure how to put this into words, but Orthodoxy is well insulated against what you call holiness spirals. One of the most important concepts is not to judge others.

        Matthew 7: “Judge not, that ye be not judged. 2For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. 3And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? 4Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye? 5Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.”

        This isn’t interpreted in the demonic sense, that “you can’t form a moral judgment of drag queen story because don’t judge lol.” It means rather that you shouldn’t let the sins of others blind you to your own sins, which is the universal human tendency. You’re not supposed to flaunt your holiness in comparison to others, which is the central mechanism of the holiness spiral.

        Cathedral spirituality is, of course, the demonic inverse of Orthodoxy. To them, holiness exists only when displayed and in comparison to others.

  23. Shooter McGavin says:

    Was thinking about my debate with Jim on the trinity. I realized that my own theology required that Christ have a divine nature. His human nature is born and dies, while his divine nature must be eternal. His divine nature, as well as the Father and the Holy Spirit, are eternal and therefore inextricable. The Holy Spirit relating between the Father and the Son as Aquinas believed and of which I am convinced forms the consubstantial trinity. Therefore, God is three and is one.

    I would only remark that I believe you are doing yourself a disservice by leaving the trinity in the mystery box.

    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

      It has to remain a mystery, because it is part of that which is beyond us. Any time someone come forward and says, “I have fully understood God,” that man is either lying or a fool. In either case he is dangerous. Some things are beyond us because they are greater than what we can perceive. We should be glad there is still a little mystery in the world.

      • Shooter McGavin says:

        You are conflating my understanding of an important doctrine with a complete understanding of God. Was Aquinas wasting his time when he tried to rationally explicate the doctrine? What about the whole tradition of theology? If Christian doctrine is always left in a shroud of mystery then atheism will always appear as the more rational and scientific worldview. I don’t think that this need be the case since it surely has and will lose many potential converts.

        • jim says:

          There are no end of questions in mathematics that are unanswerable. There are rather more unanswerable questions in life. We can live with that. We are frequently unable to live with people who claim to have the answers, and a great deal of blood has been spilled over this.

          • Shooter McGavin says:

            Trinitarian dogma is itself a requirement that one should have the right answer and that anything else lands you somewhere that has demons. Vox never claimed that the trinity is impossible, only that he refused to positively affirm a belief in something which he did not know, i. e. the connections between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. How is this not the same respect for mystery?

            • Kunning Drueger says:

              In one sentence, explain to me why trinitarian dogma is important to building the man, the family, the community, the nation.

              • Shooter McGavin says:

                The precepts of Christ become divine commandments for all men if he is divine, otherwise, they are merely an interpretation of the ceremonial laws by a radical Jewish prophet.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  You sound like a candidate for the monastery. You can spend your days reflecting on the divine, internalizing the precepts, and weeding the potato patch.

    • jim says:

      That the Trinity is beyond human comprehension is long established doctrine, and people who think that they comprehend it are often up to no good.

      • The Ducking Man says:

        I am not christians, never went into sunday service, but I’ve done my attendance is bible study seminaries (both offline and online) which later turned me into huge OT/Torah believer. So I’m talking from frame of Torah believer who only reads Matthew and Book of Revelation.

        Even in my days of listening bible study almost everyday I still cannot grasp why all of sudden people need to accept trinitarian doctrine to be God believer. In my understanding in the old days of Isreal the criteria seems a lot simpler.

        1. Do this if being told directly by God
        2. Don’t blaspheme God
        3. Don’t do this list of things (seems like a lot until I realize it only fills 2 4A paper on 12 point font)

        It seems like people in Torah only shocked when hearing Word of God, but the one that instill primal fear is only God’s direct presence.

        “The word of God which has been with God since the beginning which later on became flesh and called Jesus Christ” – I can understand and accept this part.

        Should I confuse Jesus as true God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob? I don’t think so.

        • Alfred says:

          Even in my days of listening bible study almost everyday I still cannot grasp why all of sudden people need to accept trinitarian doctrine to be God believer.

          Because when you allow for one Son of God who can change the rules, then you end up with a never end stream of Sons of God each claiming total religious authority and before you know it your religion has gone to shit. However if that one Son of God, who’s really just part of the Triune God and there won’t be a second one because God is 1 and God is 3, not 4 or 5.

          Mohamed said he was the last Prophet of Allah because if he wasn’t, there be an unending stream of Prophet’s of Allah who came after him creating endless disunity.

          • The Ducking Man says:

            >Because when you allow for one Son of God who can change the rules

            But people under monotheism never have rule changes because that authority to change law is only by Supreme God on heaven. No mere mortal can propose rule changes.

            If Israelites doing bad thing, that was them backsliding, the law still stand firm.

            On the contrary, christianity is the one having rule identity crisis. One good christian is chowing bacon for breakfast but his neighbour only eat clean food following Letivicus.

            >because God is 1 and God is 3

            My problem with triune god is you put Son of Man >Mohamed said he was the last Prophet of Allah

            But Islam.have 2 God, Allah and Muhammad because moslem prostate to both.

            Muhammad was not just prophet of Allah, he is a God only very slightly below to Allah, Muhammad is present in daily prayer always proceding Allah.

            Moslem won’t admit it, but their prayer is self-evident on this truth.

            >there be an unending stream of Prophet’s of Allah who came after him creating endless disunity

            No need for new Muhammad, scholars are creating disunity among moslem. Sunni Shia divide, even among Sunnis the 4 schools of Sunni disagree on a lot of things, so they don’t mingle.

            Moslem are forbidden to marry moslem from different schools of Sunni (I know it first hand).

            Moslems are always a mess because they have 2 Gods on almost equal terms, further fueled by scholars never agree on almost anything.

            • jim says:

              > But people under monotheism never have rule changes because that authority to change law is only by Supreme God on heaven.


              You guys reinvent Judaism every few years, and have been reinventing it every few years for six hundred years.

              You reinterpret the rules to make them stricter in a holiness spiral, then the congregation groans, then you invent some loopholes, magic spells to excuse people from doing stuff, rinse and repeat.

              Judaism is the youngest religion of them all.

              How far back does the prohibition against taking babies for a stroll on sabbath go? How old is Hanukkah?

              How far back does the business of separately cleaning plates used for cheese and plates used for meat go?

              Your religion is the fastest mutating religion of them all, ever running in circles.

              The laws get re-interpreted, re-reinterpreted, re-re-reinterpreted, then magic spells are invented to evade them.

              The laws on sex and marriage keep going out of date, and reinvented out of thin air to accommodate the surrounding culture – you don’t even pretend to re-interpret them, you just pull them out of thin air de-novo.

              The Puritans got upset because Saturnalia was made into Christmas sixteen centuries ago, but Hanukkah is younger than I am.

          • The Ducking Man says:

            >because God is 1 and God is 3

            My problem with triune god is you put Son of Man><Holy Ghost on equal terms. When clearly God of Abraham have accute God Complex. God of Abraham never accept having equals, He is the supreme being.

            He thinks His status is so high no random Israelites can give service to Him.

            I'm puzzled by christian having random white people titled pope claiming to represent God, random people burning incese, random people giving Sunday service. It's not random people's job, that is Levites' job.

            Jesus performed miracle to signify he is Son of Man, but God of Abraham's grandiose is whole new level. Abraham instinctively prostste when he knew God personally came to him, Lot and his daughters shat their pants when God came to Sodom and Gomorrah, Israelites feel they were almost dead glimpsing God.

            All in all, God of Abraham wouldn't like hearing triune gid because his God complex is just so severe.

            • info says:

              “Jesus performed miracle to signify he is Son of Man, but God of Abraham’s grandiose is whole new level. Abraham instinctively prostste when he knew God personally came to him, Lot and his daughters shat their pants when God came to Sodom and Gomorrah, Israelites feel they were almost dead glimpsing God.

              All in all, God of Abraham wouldn’t like hearing triune gid because his God complex is just so severe.”

              Abraham will fall prostate before Jesus Christ because he is the same God that appeared to him in his lifetime.

              As for the miracles to prove he was the “Son of Man” its in reference to this:

              “9As I continued to watch,

              thrones were set in place,

              and the Ancient of Days took His seat.

              His clothing was white as snow,

              and the hair of His head was like pure wool.

              His throne was flaming with fire,

              and its wheels were all ablaze.

              10A river of fire was flowing,

              coming out from His presence.

              Thousands upon thousands attended Him,

              and myriads upon myriads stood before Him.

              The court was convened,

              and the books were opened.

              11Then I kept watching because of the arrogant words the horn was speaking. As I continued to watch, the beast was slain, and its body was destroyed and thrown into the blazing fire. 12As for the rest of the beasts, their dominion was removed, but they were granted an extension of life for a season and a time.

              13In my vision in the night I continued to watch,

              and I saw One like the Son of Manb

              coming with the clouds of heaven.c

              He approached the Ancient of Days

              and was led into His presence.

              14And He was given dominion,

              glory, and kingship,

              that the people of every nation and language

              should serve Him.

              His dominion is an everlasting dominion

              that will not pass away,

              and His kingdom is one

              that will never be destroyed. ”

              The Son of Man is the Son of God. And who in the Book of John and the Book of Hebrews clearly proved to be God in the Flesh.

              God-Man, Homo Deus.

        • jim says:

          Take a look at the list of things that are supposedly not to be done.

          And reflect on the events that led to the Jews being expelled from Israel.

          How is the last of the ten commandments featured in that list?

          And, answer me how the important commandments on men dealing with men feature in this list, and I will then answer you on the triune God.

          You will notice that most of the things that you were supposedly told to do or not do directly by God are silly, arbitrary, and irrelevant to the human condition. Yet the ten commandments are sensible, not arbitrary, and are relevant to the human condition. At what stage between the ten commandments and today did God start to sound like a lawyer? Can you give me a rough date?

          And, it has been a long time, words shift in meaning, particularly when lawyers and priests are up to no good. There are a lot of incidents in the Old Testament where people are contaminated by blood. How do those incidents shape up with the pile of legalese you have now?

          If you have a bunch of laws issued by God, you are going to have a bunch of lawyers Jewing God. So what should God and or man do about this problem?

          • The Ducking Man says:

            >How is the last of the ten commandments featured in that list?
            Are you referring to “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s”

            I don’t understand this question because children of Israel didn’t just broke 10 commandment, they broke all commandments equally.

            God already put disclaimer “you broke the law, you out of the land”.

            To put in perspective, in Sodom and Gomorrah and Tower of Babel story, people need to fucked up real bad before being punished by God.

            Coveting other people’s wife (king david) only result in life-long suffering. Children of Israel fucked up READ BAD that modern people don’t have a clue who they are the same way we don’t have a clue who are people in Sodom and Gomorrah and Tower of Babel.

            >answer me how the important commandments on men dealing with men feature in this list

            Commandments on men dealing with men is just portion of law people need to obey. “you broke this law, God will ensure karma will come and get you”, amazingly I’ve never seen it fails.

            • jim says:

              > I don’t understand this question because children of Israel didn’t just broke 10 commandment, they broke all commandments equally.

              They did not break them equally. They broke some of them rather specifically, and broke them as a collective group, not just individually. There was a direct relation of material and effective causation between breaking certain commandments as a group, as a religion and a tribe, and getting expelled, because certain commandments, when you break them, you piss other people off.

  24. Chad Boomer says:

    Gather round spergs. Wanna tell you how things were back when the based boomers roamed the earth. There was no such thing as NEETS and boomers spent their weekdays at something called “jobs” where they earned money and status and created useful things. Of course there were no smartphones, Internet, or social media. When boomers socialized, they did it face-to-face like men. Computer types were scoffed at as nerds or social retards.

    Now on the weekends, boomers liked to party. The would go to places called “clubs” were there were boomer chicks (probably your mom) and they would socialize, dance, and drink till the early morning hours. They never feared catching a cold or flu. Often times the night would end with heterosexual activity. Boomers called it hooking up. Boomers never got confused about their own gender. And homosexuals were despised and made fun of by all. On Sundays, boomers would go to church and confess their sins. Even though they were human, they never lost site of God.

    Here we are today. You millennial types don’t know crap! You think you’re edgy and hip but you’re all a bunch of INCELS hiding in grandmas basement. You know most boomer men today even in their 80s can knock a woman up while you millennial types don’t even know what gender you are and can’t even get it up.

    Stop being a pussy. Stop eating soy and drinking from plastic. Eat steaks, exercise, get out in the sun and socialize with people in person. Get a damn job and a haircut. And shave that stupid beard off.

    • The Cominator says:

      Hooking up isn’t a boomer term you fake boomer.

    • jim says:

      I was born and raised in a little enclave out of time of old type culture, and my fellow boomers looked mighty emasculated and blue pilled to me. Things back then were not as bad as they are now, but they were pretty bad. The rot was at the core of the tree.

    • neofugue says:

      > On Sundays, boomers would go to church and confess their sins. Even though they were human, they never lost site of God.

      Boomers send their daughters to whore schools, seems like they lost sight of God a long time ago. To be fair, they did not pass the Civil Rights Act 1964 at 14 years of age, Hart-Celler 1965 at 15 years of age, nor Roe V Wade 1973 at 23 years of age, so the rot existed long before they came about.

      > The would go to places called “clubs” were there were boomer chicks (probably your mom) and they would…

      Your mother is a whore. Most of our mothers are whores and most of our children will have whores for mothers; however, there is no reason to brag about it.

    • Guy says:

      Boomers would be the ones in power now and at least somewhat responsible for the recent faggotry, inevitable as it all may be. They’re clearly lashing out as their power fades.

    • Aidan says:

      Okay, I’ll bite the bait because it’s funny.

      Shut up you old fag. Go back to eating your 11 daily servings of grain, then wash it down with margarine and budweiser while you wonder why your gut is growing and your cock shrinking. Even though you were raised and expected to hate fags and love God, you by some demonic inverse miracle grew up to be even less based than the generations raised to love fags and hate God. I think you need to check your credit card statement and think long and hard about why your wife booked a two-week vacation to Cancun right at the same time the landscaper and pool boy that take care of your McMansion decided to take time off. As a consolation prize, you can whack off while I give your daughter shrieking, bed-destroying orgasms within earshot- that’s just hooking up like you used to do back in the day right? I won’t be around to look you in the eye during breakfast tho, cause you wake up at 5am and shamble off to sit in a little box in traffic for three hours every day on your way to another little box where you push papers around under the glassy sapienceless eye of Shaniqua; gotta pay off the 200,000 you dropped on giving your daughter a chance to meet guys like me after all.

    • Bilge_Pump says:

      4chan-tier faggot post. I don’t want to read anything you write ever again.

    • Anonymous Fake says:

      Christianity isn’t a community so much as it is a ritual tradition. Dating and career progression for Christians is based on schools as much as for anyone else, although schools are far more strict about heterosexual interactions than they used to be. People hook up on Tinder because the schools are afraid of lawsuits and aggressively regulate romantic interactions between students, especially private schools. Businesses are the same way.

      People usually become Christian in middle age after securing a career and spouse in the secular sphere. Islam is a young person’s religion, ironically, when you think about it.

      • neofugue says:

        > People hook up on Tinder because the schools are afraid of lawsuits and aggressively regulate romantic interactions between students, especially private schools.

        True, but moreso about coeds being sluts than anything else.

        > People usually become Christian in middle age after securing a career and spouse in the secular sphere.

        My parents attended the local Presbyterian church in order to get asked to join the nearby country club. No one at church took it seriously; it was about socializing with others at coffee hour while having one’s children undergo basic religious education.

    • neofugue says:

      western education is forbidden

    • Alfred says:

      Why would you post a Cathedral propaganda mouth piece article?

      I grew up in the American Christian church, I know how bad the rot is and that article is one slyly celebrating the Cathedral’s triumph over the church. Any girl sent to school is going to become a whore. Any girl who isn’t married off early is going to be become a whore.

      • neofugue says:


        The Progressive state relies on holding a monopoly on all social organization, and Miserius was sent here to dissuade people in Western countries from joining churches, whether Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Protestant. Ecumenism is the sin of phyletism, and many apostate cradles hate the idea of their adult after-school club being turned into a real church. Most apostates attend church infrequently or not at all, so fear genuine Christians joining.

        In order for reactionaries to win, we must organize and network through religion, for our words on this blog are meaningless without action.

  25. Euranon says:

    Hi Jim,

    I live in one of the EU countries (my country being somewhat corrupt) with a covid vaxx pass required to visit many places. Obviously, as time goes on more and more places will be excluded to unvaxxed people, and eventually grocery stores may even be, in the not too distant future.

    Because of this, what do you think is my best course of action? Obviously not going to take the clot shot. In my opinion, people buying black market/fake paper covid passes are asking for massive trouble, as if or when they get caught the book will be thrown at them for not taking their vaxx-sacrement. So I don’t want to do this in an amateur way. Hypothetically, I think my best course of action is to offer a doctor a small fee in exchange for putting me in the official database. Would you agree? Do you have any idea on the best countries in the EU to do this at? I probably cannot travel outside my country unless getting the vaxx pass at the destination is a sure thing. Am I better off going to a rural vaxx clinic or a corrupt large city? How much money should I offer to show I am genuine but not a glowie? Or is there a better way to avoid the covid pass entirely?

    I know it is very hard to offer advice without knowing my situation intimately, but I would appreciate your answer as this is quite worrying to me and I want to get ahead of it before things really start holiness spiralling badly.

    • jim says:

      You are over estimating the efficiency of enforcement. Complying with obnoxious laws is apt to be amazingly complicated and difficult, and ignoring them amazingly easy and safe. For most obnoxious laws, they really never get all their ducks in a row about enforcement.

      But clearly, the best way is to find a friendly doctor, or even a friendly nurse, who will allow you to fake inoculating yourself, and pretend to not know. I would not offer any money directly but I would go to an unreasonably expensive clinic, where the staff tend to be more helpful and more “helpful”. If you are already paying through the nose, confident and pleasant interaction will get you quite few little extra benefits. A female staff member is apt to comply with any reasonable request, and also to comply with quite unreasonable requests.

      • Euranon says:

        You are probably correct that I am over estimating enforcement efficiency, although I have seen some Anglo countries successfully fining individuals thousands of dollars for the most minute amount of disrespect to the covid regime, making me think that enforcement efficiency is not as weak as you suppose either.

        Regarding self-injection while the nurse looks the other way, what would be a reasonable excuse for this? I can’t imagine a nurse going for this, regardless of expensiveness and pleasantries.

        Also, do you think this is even worth the risk of being reported, or do you think I should simply not comply and hope covid pass restrictions don’t further tighten/wont be enforced efficiently?

        • jim says:

          I can imagine nurses doing all sorts of things. Your respect for authority is excessive.

          People are being made an example of, because they stuck up obtrusively against the covid state. Don’t do that, and you will be fine.

          Ask yourself what would Sean Connery or Hans Solo do when interacting with the nurse.

          Chances are that the Covid state will be endlessly tightened, and will be enforced with less and less efficiency.

          It is too soon to know if simple noncompliance or fraud, is the best option. Start with simple non compliance, and after a while the fraud and conscientious objection paths will become clearer.

        • The Original OC says:

          “although I have seen some Anglo countries successfully fining individuals thousands of dollars for the most minute amount of disrespect to the covid regime”

          Did you hear those through personal contacts, or from media sources?

          My belief is that they have performatively given unreasonable punishments to a tiny number of people and then broadly publicized this tiny number of cases to give the appearance of strict enforcement.

          One hears from the television of old women being fined for walking alone in empty fields, and one hears from friends that it was possible to walk through the middle of London, past police, at the height of the lockdowns.

        • Dave says:

          The problem with being a sperg is that cops all think you’re a criminal and criminals all think you’re a cop.

        • Encelad says:

          What do the people think about the Pass there? If countries start deploying these passes, I am not excessively concerned about the government authority itself, but rather about the zealot normie nextdoor. The celerity with which the hatred against dissidents, instilled by the Cathedral, spread among population started to worry me. There seems to be just too many people, “normal” people, too eager to inflict whatever misery they can to “anti-vaxxers”, and it is quite clear that “anti-vaxxer” is just a codeword for “non leftist”, as the MSM keeps repeating over and over that objections to the holy vaccine all come from the “far right conspiracy theorists” and such.

          • jim says:

            I have confidence that a great deal of that holy zeal is fake. They promise to enthusiastically support the inquisition, in the hope, which in the end is likely to prove deluded, that the inquisition will not come for them.

            But if they actually get enforcement more organized and competent, then it is time to take the path of fraud.

            Or, go for religious exemption.Russian Orthodoxy has saved one commenter’s ass.

          • Karl says:

            Germany already has vaccination passes. If you want to enter a restaurant, a hotel, a gym, etc. you are legally required to either have a vaccination pass, a certifacte that you recoverd from covid or a negative test result not older than 24 h. And of course, you are required to wear a mask, unless you have a medical exemption.

            People stop caring. If you confidently walk into a shop or restaurant, chances are staff will simply assume that you have a medical exemption. The more expensive the restaunrant, shop, hotel the better your chances.

            Likewise with your papers. You’ll have an excellent chance that staff will assume that you have the necessary papers and not bother checking. Funny thing is that they are legally not required to check your papers. It is legal for them to trust your word and your are (presently) only risking charges for misdemeanor.

            • Pooch says:

              Have you been personally barred entry or booted from a business for not having the pass, Karl? I’m curious what enforcement is like in Europe.

    • Varna says:

      Saw a new NSFW term for the clot shot today–“kike spike”.

  26. Alfred says:

    I’m assuming the end of the J6 narrative has something to do with the power struggle between leftist factions?

    • Pooch says:

      Yes. The Republicans are not all the way on board with it.

    • Pooch says:

      Looks like not the end of the J6 narrative with the charging of Owen Shroyer, the Infowars host. Tucker surmised the FBI shutting down the organized plot narrative was simply to protect the feds who actually did organize the breaching while continuing to politically prosecute dissidents.

  27. Kunning Drueger says:

    I want to start by saying I am not a scientist and I have only a passing vocabulary for discussing physics or chemistry.

    I think the Cathedral is a society level structure that defies bright lines and clear delineations. It is inherent to the construction itself, that being a distributed memeplex that is inherently invisible to itself. I think of it as a sort of astrological entity that is so large there’s no telescope or position wherein it could be seen completely. We can see stars (Harvard, Hollywood) and we can detect localized effects (Antifa being released, 1/6 participants being tortured) and we can even make some fairly accurate predictions (Jim on the fall of Kabul, Jim on the Red Wave/Blue Win), but we cannot, at this time, accurately map it out. We also seem to have issues with establishing the network of causal relationships, for instance is CNN a star or is it a localized effect? Is Tucker Carlson a member, agent, or dupe?

    Pooch and Ducking Man have made assertions with which I disagree (Congress members as power holders and Elon Musk as member/agent respectively), but while I feel as if I argued against the former effectively I have a harder time articulating a riposte to the latter. While I disagree, I think they both are being logical and reasonable and I see why they say what they say. Am I a part of the Cathedral? I’ve worked in The Voice, I attended a University meaning I helped fund it as well as participated in more than a few events, conferences, etc. I was a voice in opposition many times and exposed a few people to Antiversity-esque ideas, but we know from the Uniparty concept that opposition within the official acceptable framework is a fundamental part of the continuity and coherence of the Cathedral.

    Is it possible to map super-systems like the Cathedral, USG, or the State Department? What intellectual language should be used to articulate the mapping? Is there a utility to establishing if certain people, groups, or associations are explicitly part of the Cathedral?

    • The Cominator says:

      I think most Senators and a very few House members (Pelosi) have real power over it.

      McConnell and Schumer certainly have a bit of real power…

      Hillary also had a lot of power as a rogue operator not because she was liked all that much by the ruling social network (I don’t think she was) but because they were afraid of her because blackmail files and willingness to kill people.

      But puzzling out the executive command and control ie who the voting and leading members of the social network are is almost impossible.

      • Pooch says:

        Yes I agree. There are back room meetings and deals that we just can’t see. The back room meetings and calls of the Congress leaders and military leaders on 1/6 was a window into that back room.

    • The Ducking Man says:

      >Is there a utility to establishing if certain people, groups, or associations are explicitly part of the Cathedral?

      Do you want THE GOOD life?, becoming object of jealousy, shielded away from reality of life, becoming people who can say “the world is my oyster”.

      If you do, better start working for people (or a person) with actual power (even tiny bit works too). Agent of cathedral is good master to work for.

      Don’t believe me?, just browse people who used to work for Elon, I can count at least 3 who now works as CEO now. Getting into MBB also works (basically csthedral’s priest in business world).

      • Dave says:

        I don’t know, people who worked for Hillary had a strong tendency to off themselves.

        • The Ducking Man says:

          Good point.

          Though you know what people say “no pain no gain” “big risk big reward”, it just seems like people in Cathedral is taking these saying to the extreme.

          I think you can still find it on YT, there is this Dutch former banker who used to work for Cathedral saying “all my coworkers are probably dead by now”.

  28. Cloudswrest says:

    Looks like OnlyFans isn’t suppressing “sexually explicit content” out of the goodness of their heart. They’re being threatened with cancellation by the payment processors.


    • The Cominator says:

      Obviously not a voluntary business decision, the question is who gave the order and why?

      • Cloudswrest says:

        Wait ’till we get to the point where it’s not even some real woman behind the camera. Instead a virtual woman, eg S1mOne. Or perhaps a “hybrid” “woman”, i.e. a virtual trans where you’re really interacting with some dude whose image and voice are dynamically digitally morphed in real time that that of a woman! See this short Nvidia clip.


        • Fëanor says:

          There are already open-source AIs that can generate human-fooling images of faces. Don’t expect that generating porn would be harder. Anyone with moderate coding skill and a beefy GPU could probably set up multiple fake camgirl streams and make passive income. I don’t endorse this idea but it would work.

      • Anonymous Fake says:


        • jim says:

          I am not continuing this conversation.

          You are not engaging in honest debate, merely endless repetition.

          Honest discussion of where and why the change of policy on onlyfans and the like came from is welcome, and it is perfectly obvious that the crackdown is against disintermediated whoring. And is therefore relevant to dangerous centralization of the internet.

          And your solution to every problem, not matter what the problem, is to put everything under centralized priestly control and crush capitalism.

          We want a decentralized decentralized internet, decentralized national capitalism, a radical reduction in the priestly class, including the journos, who need to be replaced by disintermediated journalism, and the judges, who need to be tarred and feathered and dragged through the streets, and we propose to crack down on whoring at the whore level, not the pimp level, by marrying off the whores, making capitalism irrelevant to the whore issue.

          • The Cominator says:

            Whats your theory on why the order was given to onlyfans?

            • jim says:

              They don’t like disintermediated whoring. It is not that they don’t like whoring, it is that they don’t like disintermediation. Same as the effort to regulate crypto currency and crypto.

          • Anonymous Fake says:

            [*deleted for misidentifying enemies*]

            • jim says:

              As always, the bad things you point at are really bad, which bad things we are rightly indignant about, and then you point at bad people implementing those bad things, who are very bad people whom we rightly hate, and then you point at the supposed power behind the throne, the faction or group, that supposedly commanded those bad people to implement those bad things, which supposed power behind the throne is always some group that is utterly out of power and being ruthlessly crushed, and urge us to support the people in power who are crushing those out of power people, but need even more power, money, and status, in order to crush them even more thoroughly.

              Tired of this discussion. Not allowing it to continue.

          • someDude says:

            Haha, Takedown of shills is one of the highlights of this Blog.


      • Fred says:

        My usual first suspicion, whenever it comes to sex-related things men want being strangely exempt from cathedral pro-degeneracy, is women banning the competition, but the most obvious culprit here is anti-disintermediation – the porn industry doesn’t want to be cut out of the loop.

    • Cloudswrest says:

      Right after I posted this I see that The Cominator already started a thread on this.

  29. The Cominator says:

    Curious as to your thoughts Jim on the Cathedral strongarming onlyfans to become tame and vanilla.

    I have half a theory that the Cathedral’s shock that nobody was willing to fight in Afghanistan for faggotry and women’s rights is behind it. Onlyfans gives whores an alternate source of income besides fucking men.

    Did the Cathedral just make the radical decision they need to solve the incel problem soon or they may be swinging from nooses in a few years ala their Afghan collaborators? I recall you said that 1920s early feminism was crushed after Hitler came to power on the fear they might have to fight another war and that a bunch of bitter angry sexless more effeminate men couldn’t and wouldn’t fight.

    • Alfred says:

      They’ve neutered a bunch of major porns sites by reducing new content to almost nothing. Bunch of redditors were grumbling about it along with the Only Fans stuff.

        • The Ducking Man says:

          I remember when Pornhub got purged to delete hunter biden’s sex videos. Can hardly find any new true amateur videos on pornhub since.

          Oh wait, isn’t holy star prophet elon made his first fortune selling paypal. So now that paypal part of cathedral.

          Now the question is, “is elon originally part of cathedral?”

          My vote is resounding Yes.

          • jim says:

            Obviously he was part of the Cathedral, and still attempts to pass. Has to be acceptable as a Nasa contractor. But I am pretty sure he no longer is.

            • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

              Very soon after the range officer refused to take his calls, Musk started to talk up China. What a great place it was, how they helped him build his factory, etc. Team Red was horrified. “Muh human right, muh freedumb,” but it was Elon being Elon. A not-too-subtle reminder that if he cannot build his rockets in America for Americans, he will build them in China for the Chinese. Ad Astra!

              I believe this shows that the Cathedral at some level considers him an enemy, but not universally. The high-level board that does command and control is either undecided, split, or indifferent, but lower-level Cathedral operatives dislike Musk. I sort of expect him to split from the Cathedral at some point, just out of necessity to get into space. That will be an interesting fight to watch.

              • James says:

                They are definitely chafing with Elon, but it’s kind of hard for them to just jettison him.

                Even prog white techies like him, because on the surface of it, he has nothing against trans rights, women’s rights, the fight against global warming, or globohomo. The issue is just that he’s a white male who wants to actually get shit done, and while that’s an aesthetic the left hates, the faction of the left currently in power can’t quite afford to openly say they’re anti-getting-shit-done. So Elon currently has them in a bind.

                How long that lasts remains to be seen. I’ve noticed that non-white (or at least less white than a typical castizo) techies *do* hate him, and I’ve learned in the last couple of years that with enough media attention, they seem to be able to make almost any insanity fashionable. Anti-space advocates could become big in the coming years.

                • James says:

                  That said, if Elon got pissed and ran for office, he’s the only person I could see becoming our Stalin, freeze leftism at ~2010 levels, and bring in a decade or two of sanity. I don’t think I see anyone at all who will be able to hold together America for longer than that without a genocide.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Anti-space is already a thing on the left.

                  Musk is the eventual target but lefties were seething that Bezos was interested in trying to get into space too. They were all saying that the money should be used to give Shaniqua a raise.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  Elon Musk’s transcendent purpose is to bring in the One World ISP, Starlink. Starlink will “connect” everyone and everything on Planet Earth. Starlink is critical to the Internet of Things agenda, which is to say, the adtech-ification of your psychical environment, which is to say, total surveillance of you everywhere for all time. As it turns out, they weren’t really opposed to “collect it all” mass surveillance a la NSA, they were mainly incensed that they weren’t doing it themselves. Finally, an Internet of perfect earthly coverage is necessary for CBDC.

                • jim says:

                  Musk’s purpose is perfectly clear. To make humanity multiplanetary.

                  Mars, being an even harsher environment than the lands where Aryans originated, will bring forth a new race, and a new civilization, should the earth self destruct, which is on the cards in a holiness spiral.

                  Since Martians will be in direct struggle with a harsh environment, they will have no room for Globohomo. Put women or blacks on a high tech team, the project fails. On Mars, the high tech project is life support. If the progs manage to found or take over a habitat on Mars, it will die.

                  If progs manage to take over SpaceX, SpaceX will fail.

                  Because progs are not in charge of SpaceX, they hate Musk, hate his rockets, and hate his goals.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  Elon Musk’s purpose to himself is to make mankind multiplanetary. This is a laudable goal. I won’t be going, myself, but I support your going. But that is not why Elon Musk is useful — the transcendent purpose of Elon Musk to his deep-state backers is to be the world’s most effective advocate and obsessive driver of certain kinds of technology that reinforce their national-security interest. DARPA created the Internet; the Internet created Elon Musk; now Elon Musk is busily creating the One True ISP on the back of Literally Rockets. This is not an accident, lol. It would not be happening without the backing of a dominant faction of the MIC. And obviously it’s part of the Democrat complex. This is easy to see: Elon’s brother lives in Boulder and the Republican-ish NASA/Boeing/… people absolutely hate Musk because he has completely destroyed their aerospace cred and caused them to lose face.

                • jim says:

                  > But that is not why Elon Musk is useful — the transcendent purpose of Elon Musk to his deep-state backers is to be the world’s most effective advocate and obsessive driver of certain kinds of technology that reinforce their national-security interest

                  A better internet and better rockets are not a national security interest. They are in the interests of individual humans and of the human species.

                  > people absolutely hate Musk because he has completely destroyed their aerospace cred and caused them to lose face.

                  Corruption and incompetence that destroyed their aerospace cred caused them to lose face long before Musk. The problem was that NASA was losing the capability to build rocket engines even as they started the shuttle project.

                  They put wings on it because they were having increasing difficulties putting engines on it, so they decorated it with entirely useless wings to create the appearance of progress, when in fact there was regress.

                  Rockets and long range artillery were one of the first areas of technology to be devoured by the priesthood, because it is the area of technology most closely linked to the state, which is the source of the priesthood’s power. Back in those days it was not Shaniqua yet, but it was academic pseudo engineers replacing actual engineers, it was academic accreditation that destroyed rockets.

                  The decline of rockets and long range artillery is most definitely not in the national security interest. Those who actually care about national security love Musk, hate NASA, and are none too keen on large elements of our national security apparatus who have lost interest in national security and are primarily interested in national delusion.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  [*deleted for presupposing that technology causes the holiness spiral*]

                • jim says:

                  Technology is a sword, cuts both ways. I wield the internet for freedom. Right now, it is mostly wielded for tyranny, but the Khmer Rouge did a fine job crushing freedom by bonking people with a shovel.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:


                • jim says:

                  I would be happy to debate those claims, but fans of Alex Jones and the like find confident assertion to be sufficient. I don’t think Alex Jones is a shill, but he is an idiot our enemies find very useful.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  Offer accepted. a) [*censored*].

                • jim says:

                  That was not the offer. You and Alex Jones can make dozen ridiculous claims in thirty seconds, and regularly do, which claims would take hours for me to rebut.

                  The offer was that you should provide actual evidence for one of his ridiculous claims, so that I could rebut that evidence for that one claim.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  The sitting POTUS was ousted by tens of millions of fake votes, overt coordination between every major tech company, and every major country is blatantly implementing the same policies in accordance with the same edicts promulgated by the same groups, first among equals the U.N., down to specific catchphrases (“Build Back Better”). I call it the transnational financier-spook cabal and it’s what I want to talk about. Meanwhile you deny that this power structure even exists??? How???

                • jim says:

                  The widespread zeal against straight white males generally and Trump in particular is obvious and widespread, the desire to oust Trump by any means necessary was obvious and widespread, and you deny it exists?

                  We are combating an enemy religion and enemy priesthood, not an enemy business. In so far as businessmen are involved, they are, like Zuckerberg, weak and terrified, or like Bill Gates, aspiring unsuccessfully to be allowed to pass from the low status role of mere billionaire, to the high status role of priest, and being treated contemptuously by the actual priests.

                  In the financial network you speak of, Zuckerberg and Gates are on the outside, not the inside. If they are on the outside, who is on the inside?

                  The likes of Fauci and Hunter Biden are on the inside.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  [*misinformation and irrelevancies*]

                • jim says:

                  Not going to debate bullshit. Waste of space.

                  Your accusations against Bill Gates are nonsense, but I don’t want to discuss them because then I would be defending Bill Gates, who deserves condemnation for entirely contrary reasons. You are trying to force fit Bill Gates into capitalism as Marxists imagine it to be, and make up a Marxist backstory for him.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  bro, it’s just a coincidence, bro, pay no attention to that man behind the curtain


                  trust me, I’m a doctor

                • jim says:

                  They are not behind the curtain. Their names are listed right on the link, and I am well aware that they are paying no end of money to co-opt and backdoor digital ID, private messaging networks, and the crypto currency ecosystem.

                  No curtains, no cover story, I am having a discussion (under a slightly less radioactive identity) on a mailing list with one of their guys, who is completely up front that he is planning that everyone like Jim of Jim’s blog to be sent to the gulag and is considers it completely horrifying that people can use bitcoin to buy domain names.

                  Or rather he thinks it would be fine so long as the blockchain connects every transaction to a code that links to your your health records, injection records, bank account, financial loans and assets, shopping, events, travel visas and so forth. He does not seem to be aware that anyone might disagree, so opsec does not even occur to him.

                  He confidently believes he is working on privacy and secrecy technology – but obviously no one wants to be private from legitimate authority, do they? Except for Nazis and criminals.

                  A conspiracy has opsec and the curtain for the man to stand behind. Not a conspiracy, because no curtain, and completely worthless opsec.

                  Some of his (in)security design is quite good, and could be used for another purpose. A sword cuts both ways. The technology is neutral, it is just a tool that can be used by bad people for bad purposes or good people for good purposes. He says he is working on privacy and secrecy technology, and in fact he is. His code cannot be used except for his purposes, but his design can be used for purposes that would horrify him.

                  Black pillers want us to abandon swords because our enemies wield swords.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The media and tech financiers obey the spooks who obey the ruling social network whoever they are exactly.

                  The tech and media moguls don’t give the marching orders they take them.

                • The Cominator says:

                  I’m not sure this guy from what ive seen should be treated as a shill…

                  What he says is mostly true we can debunk the little bits of bullshit which may be genuinely believed by him.

                • jim says:

                  He is black pilled, and is full of shill memes, but I am coming to think he might be shilled, rather than a shiller.

                • Pseudonymous Flake says:

                  no, you don’t understand. the tech companies are not ordered around by the (Civilian) Intelligence Agencies, the tech companies ARE the (Civilian) Intelligence Agencies. that isn’t “black pilled”, that’s TRUE

                • jim says:

                  I got directly ordered around by people who acted like they were being directly ordered around. I don’t know how they talked to the boss, but it was obviously not his own idea. Maybe he was happy that important people gave him the time of day.

                  Private companies act as arms of the state, but I can directly see the hand of the state. How the state applies power I do not know, but I can see it applying power and directly making decisions. There is a hand inside the muppet. Maybe they eagerly volunteered, but they are not making decisions.

          • George Wilson says:

            The attack on the sex industry through taming onlyfans and pornhub could be the jewish pornographers trying to keep their power. notice what content they attacked: for onlyfans it was whores who had no (((managers))) and for pornhub it was mainly amateur content.

            • The Cominator says:

              Pornhub as far as I could see was responding to holiness spiraling on supposed women trafficking and it was a joke because the other big porn sites didn’t follow suit. When the government wants something done all the major providers “independently” decide to do it at the same time. Like banning Alex Jones. Since they did not the directive did not come from the government directly.

              Onlyfans is more difficult to puzzle out.

            • Pooch says:

              Makes sense. Only fans takes their cut away so they got pissed about it and decided to crack down.

            • Varna says:

              I think the coomers won and the onlyfans thing isn’t happening anymore.

      • Bilge_Pump says:

        Lol of course Redditors would be complaining about a lack of porn.

    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

      It might be where the anti-sex types and the worried establishment types find common ground. Ban porn, so that the glorious lesbian revolution can begin and so that the incels do not turn into an army. Most of the social media comments on Taliban “abusing” women have been along the lines of, “if she didn’t want to get beat by the Taliban, she should have stayed in the kitchen.” How much is irony and how much is truth in jest is another question, but it might be worrying them. I know I am worried about what is happening, and I am not the one responsible for it.

      Banning OF could be a sop to the people they consider Y’all Queda, but it is hard to tell. I know OF was working on this for a while, because service restrictions were starting to bite them. It’s been in the news before, but this announcement could be timed to placate the incel mob. Either way, it is going to be fascinating to see how women react to this, and how OF dies without porn. Clearly it’s not a business decision going on here, or if it is, it is some Harvard MBA-level stupidity.

    • Karl says:

      I don’t think the Cathedral can make radical decisions to solve any problem. It can only go ever more leftwards. There is neither will nor consciousness in a holyness spiral. It just happens, like a stampede.

      • Yul Bornhold says:

        Yes. This sort of thinking is political animism. Moldbug’s main point, ten years back, was that the Cathedral acts out of collective unconscious yearning for power, not out of any reasoned movement towards a goal. This is the understanding that divides reaction from normie politics, qtardism, conspiracy thinking and pretty much everything else.

        A state governed by the *will* makes sense. A state governed by the will is natural. Monarchy works because the king is an exalted alpha and our brains understand alpha. Real democracy with real elections sort of syncs with the human brain. “The will of the people” is nonsense but “the majority” is real, if transient and unstable. But we are under neither of these systems.

        The Cathedral is a collection of processes. No one is in charge. Even that mega Zoom call that triggered the “fortifying” of the election was only the spark that started a process. Once they begun the process, the participants couldn’t possibly halt the steal if they’d wanted to, even though it was months away. The “fortification” itself wasn’t even their idea but rather inspired by the media’s blathering about Hitler-Trump and the Mexican holocaust. The media, in turn, got their idea from Harvard which is fueled by envy, not by rational planning.

        If someone says the Cathedral “decides” to do something, he’d do well to point out where in the vast organism these decisions are made and how they transmitted from that point.

        • The Cominator says:

          At lower levels it works more like hat.

          But the fact that narratives can turn on a dime suddenly and that they can speak with one voice and decide for instance to go 24/7 orange man bad strongly implies command and control at the higher levels. Zuckerberg did not want to affiliate but was strongarmed, who strongarmed him.

          He gives orders who can enforce those orders, who could strongarm Zuckerberg? In my opinion the social network that controls the security state.

          • Karl says:

            A school of fish can also turn on dime.

            Of course some people have influence. Sometimes influence is enough to trigger a turn of events or to cause a stampede in a given direction. That is different from control because there are always only a few directions to escalate holiness. As soon as someone has control, the holiness spiral is stopped

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            This makes no sense. Karl pointed out schooling fish, and I think that single argument guts the C&C paradigm completely. There are dozens of extant biological models that reinforce the axiom that coordination does not imply command and control. Believing that there is some control group out there, pulling strings and making decisions, sounds like hollow conspiracy theory. I want to be clear, I’m not invoking that term to quash dialogue. I genuinely think that the idea of a C&C entity is a deliberately propagated falsity.Crowds are an example of what we’re dealing with. Crowds can be led, they can be planned and coordinated and used. But they don’t have to be. An entity can arrange factors to generate a crowd, but that doesn’t mean they control it.

            What substantial evidence can you provide that points to some centralized control of the Cathedral?

            • jim says:

              The school of fish may change direction suddenly, but every fish is perfectly aware that it is changing direction, and its neighbors are changing direction.

              With schooling fish the school makes a simple, somewhat random, decision to go one way rather than another way.

              Suddenly agreeing on a new story is more complex, and thus more indicative of command and control. The new story is adopted without debate, without coming from any identifiable source, and without anyone acknowledging that it is a new story.

              Female fashion changes are sudden, and a result of distributed consensus, but everyone can see a fashion change and everyone points at the fashion leaders who were influential. When the Cathedral changes line, the change is not only abrupt, but conspiratorial. Every single academic in the entire American empire claims that they always thought what they now think. Every single one. That yesterday they thought the opposite goes down the memory hole, while with a new women’s fashion, every woman says “Look what I am wearing now.

              There is not a single article in the literature that acknowledges that the line changed on Lamarck, and when I bearded an individual academic on the topic, he would not acknowledge it either.

              There is not one academic discussing the matter who will say “Well we used to think X, then suddenly everyone thought Y, but now some people are saying X again.”

              • Karl says:

                Progessives are always toeing the party line, unless they are trying to be to the left of the party line. Admitting to a change if opnion implies that one has been wrong before. That is somewhat enbarassing, especially for progressives. So it is not done. For progessives it is always year zero and they are used to the fact that some thing must not be mentioned.

                So I do not think that central command and control is necessary to prevent progressives from admitting the story has changed.

                Moreover, how could central command work? Sure, some key people could be ordered that they are to tell a new story and if they do not obey they are punished. But then why does even un unimpotant junior progressive also change his story and forget he ever had a different opinion? Difficult to assume such perfect control that even the junior progressives are ordered and coerced to obey. Much easier to assume that progessives are conformist by nature and change their opinion with their environment.

                Then any influential person might succeed changing public opinion. It is very much like fashion, but with the difference that noone will acknowledge where the opinion came from because everyone pretends that he always had that opinion

                • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                  >Moreover, how could central command work?

                  How else do you think commands are issued in a theocracy? Through the preachers, of course. The same op-ed in the NYT is copied in ten thousand other letterheads.

                  And where do preachers get their sermons from? Some, many, make them up themselves of course, but where do they get the idea in the first place? By what criteria do the vicars allow this preacher but not that preacher to proselytize their message on their platforms, to begin with?

                • Karl says:

                  Pseudo-Chrystom, what you describe is influence. The op-ed might work to change public opinion or it might fail. Many influential groups can issue such commands, but none of them reliably prevails. Otherwise, we’d already have a Stalin controlling everything.

                  Either there are different groups inside the cathedral that are competing for control or there is only one central command. If there are different groups, noone is in control until a Stalin takes control. If there is just one group, then the leader of that group is in control, like Stalin and he can crush anyone who tries to take control from him. If There is a Stalin, there is no further drift to ever more crazy left. I still see ever more progressivism, don’t you?

                • jim says:

                  The leader of that one group is not in control. That is not how priests organize. That is how warriors, and to a lesser extent, merchants, organize.

                  The leader of that group is riding the tiger, and until 1936 or so Stalin also was riding the tiger.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The orders are probably issued by representatives of the security state to the “owners” or commanding managers of big media outlets and big techs. The outlet owners then give orders to their subordinates. It works via influence from NYT CNN and WaPo sometimes but other times more direct orders on narratives are given to.

                  We’ve seen this happen, Conrad Black and Zuckerberg initially told the people who gave them their marching orders to go fuck themselves, then things happened to them. Black remained defiant and despite his wealth connections and being a peer of the realm he ended up in jail on a minor paperwork technicality.

                • Pooch says:

                  The entrenched elites in Congress are the command and control. The institutions then figure out the details.

                • jim says:

                  If the entrenched elites in Congress were in control, we would see them busy controlling stuff. Rather, they engage in empty meaningless rituals of power while courting people full time.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The elites find it important enough to control the Senate, but the elite is more than the Senate.

                • jim says:

                  > Admitting to a change if opnion implies that one has been wrong before.So I do not think that central command and control is necessary to prevent progressives from admitting the story has changed

                  Your argument would work for Trannyism, but progressives acknowledge the story on trannyism has changed. Maybe the progressive you are talking to believes he always had the right opinion, but will forcefully say that lots of people used to have the wrong opinion. Now we are smarter, wiser, and more virtuous he tells you.

                  Your argument does not work for Lamarck. That ever single academic everywhere in the English speaking world fell into line instantly and uniformly and firmly believed we have always been at war with Eastasia, that the change was, and still is, unmentionable even though it has kept on changing, fails to fit your model..

            • The Cominator says:

              I don’t believe a bunch of seperate organizations are like a school of fish, they lack physical proximity and your dealing with distinct compartments of priests. Sometimes you’re even dealing with foreign media (media in different country).

              I can give evidence against school of fish and for command and control, Conrad Black and Mark Zuckerberg. Neither of whom wanted to tow the Cathedral party line and wanted to run their own companies as independent fiefdoms for profit (and in Conrad Black’s case because he thought the Cathedral narrative was insane and wanted his papers to tell their own narrative). Things happened to them.

              I obviously can’t prove school of fish false completely and I can’t prove where the command and control is, but I believe in command and control at the higher levels not school of fish.

          • Yul Bornhold says:

            Can’t think of any narratives that turned on a dime, though, admittedly, I don’t listen closely to Cathedral propaganda.

            Trump appeared in the election of 2015. Previously apolitical, he ran in the hated redneck party. To make matters worse, he openly denied the holiness of immigrants and Muslims, which the cuckservative candidates did not. Orange man radiated “enemy” signals to Cathedral receptors. Of course it hated him. The cells of the Cathedral, the professors, the reporters, the teachers, the normies, all *believe* in the elections and the elected government. They don’t understand the real government is the agencies. They thought he was going to take over the real government. They thought themselves existentially threatened. How could they not go 24/7 orange man bad?

            Zuckerberg was converged to the 24/7 orange man bad campaign. He couldn’t help it any more than all the businesses which fly the fag flag. The Cathedral is a river. He got in its path and he was swept downstream. Don’t see any need to ascribe it to a central and rational intelligence.

            • Guy says:

              Narratives that turned on a dime include the following off the top of my head:

              Iraq War was actually bad, no WMDs
              Masks good/masks bad during covid
              The oftmentioned Lamarck /Darwin changes Jim always mentions
              Gay marriage not even a debate
              Hackability of American elections
              Everytime global warming narratives change

        • Cloudswrest says:

          “If someone says the Cathedral “decides” to do something, he’d do well to point out where in the vast organism these decisions are made and how they transmitted from that point.”

          You might as well say the same thing about the human brain. There’s no point localized homunculus in the brain deciding things.

    • alf says:

      Smells like just another holiness spiral.

    • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

      Feminism always had a strong puritan streak to it. ‘Sex positive feminism’ is still too close to a litany of things the gnostically-minded hates, like allowing anything in the market that might satisfy the tastes of men.

      Happenstances such as this are basically the ‘destroy beauty standards’ fat genderfluid blob faction triumphing over the others.

      • The Cominator says:

        Radfems (the Cathedral backed faction at least since the 1980s) are a bunch of man hating dykes who view anything sex industry as a tool of muh patriarchy. In a weird way with true whores they are right, the more open competition regular women face from true whores the better they would be as compared to current circumstances. But I don’t consider camgirls real useful whores…

        The sex positive libfems tend to be a bunch of amiable whores and nymphomaniacs (actually self identified women of this type tend to be amiable and not fat or unattractive either, before I learned there was two different types of feminist I was generally shocked when these type of women said they were a feminist because they are night and day from the other type). I think they dislike muh patriarchy mainly because they like having the ability to cuck their boyfriend at will.

    • Leon says:

      Doubtful. They probably just strangled only fans because men enjoyed it and women who couldn’t compete with it hated it. Leftists can’t think long term anymore.

      • The Cominator says:

        Not sure what % of men really liked it. I like whores in the flesh but I consider onlyfans simps to be pretty pathetic.

        • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

          They also paid cash money for the privilege, which is pretty strong evidence that the patheticness was in line with their preferences.

        • Bilge_Pump says:

          Alright so help me out here. How do I find a genuine cash-for-sex hooker, and what should I be aware of / look out for when doing so? I know you have to be aware of being ripped off, rules about being alpha still apply and she’ll milk you if she can.

      • Guy says:

        I see the nbc article on the subject claims conservatives and bigots pressured the financial institutions, which I read as them trying to lie about the motives, which I read as meaning the motives are protecting the porn industry from a disruptive element that eliminates the middleman

    • Fëanor says:

      At least some part of it is lobster-boiling of the simps to see how small a crumb they’ll buy. First they replaced actual whores with porn, now they’re getting rid of porn too. I suspect, though, that the “men” who are responsible for most of these whores’ income aren’t going anywhere. IIRC, Belle Delphine actually lost subscribers when she started going hardcore porn.

    • notglowing says:

      Something a lot of people discussing this are missing is that they are not banning *pornography* at least for now, they are banning *sexual acts* on their platform.
      That was the language, and nudes are still allowed.
      I haven’t used OnlyFans, but from what I know about the websites it was mostly girls selling pictures of themselves, some nude, some just risqué.
      I would not be surprised if hardcore porn is much less common than that.

      There’s a lot of that elsewhere on the internet, but the reason why this site had such success both with girls and simps, is that it wasn’t quite that far, and allowed the men to have this kind of parasocial relationship with them. For the girls, it didn’t feel like they were whoring themselves out since it isn’t straight up porn.

      It’s different if they have sex on camera, just like simps freak out if e-girls have boyfriends.

    • Nicodemus Rex says:

      OnlyFans was a way for whores to make money off simps easily without fucking them. Now its a way for whores to make money off simps without fucking them or fucking *anyone* (but they can still be nude of course). Shouldn’t be surprising.

      • Alfred says:

        I’ve never used any fans, but I’m assuming the real money is with their streaming stuff similar to Chaturbate, IE lots of sex toys pretending to get off due to the men sending money and texts.

        This article bears that out somewhat:


        With Chaturbate the most popular rooms are are all solo shows, men want to pretend they’re the ones fucking her and having another man fuck her is a buzz kill. Most porn is shot to avoid showing the man’s face as much as possible in order for men to pretend the are the guy doing the fucking. As such, it’s more interactive than porn which is probably the big appeal. Nude pics isn’t going to cut it.

  30. Axe says:


    • jim says:

      Whenever someone tells me what true Christianity is, I am apt to suspect I am hearing demon worship.

      Before you tell us “Hail fellow Christian, I am more Christian than thou”, affirm that Jesus Christ is Lord, born in Bethlehem, died in Jerusalem, and is, is from before the beginning of the world. fully God and fully man. God is three and God is one.

  31. The Cominator says:

    I don’t like Islam but they are apparently troing the Cathedral hard on the woman question.


    Apparently some actual Talib made this meme to troll western feminists lol.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      Hello, I am Ivan al Totallymuslim. Check out this dank mem. Either way, hilarious.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      A lot of false-flag trolling incoming, both hilarious and touching, by our guys pretending to be Habbibi and pushing the deep buttons of real and secure family formation that almost no Gen Z’s have ever known they even had.

      Great Awakening brought to you by TalibAnon. Watch these nutty geniuses even break post-pubescent “pedophilia”. Through the looking glass, lads, we’re breaking the conditioning raaahhhhhh!

      • Fëanor says:

        If the actual Taliban has any sense, which they may or may not, and care about converting people to Islam, which they presumably do, it won’t be all false flags. They could convert a lot of white western young men just by advertising that what they do when they win is go door to door rounding up all the unmarried fertile age women and assigning them to their followers. To win we’ll have to compete with that.

        • Mister Grumpus says:

          “They could convert a lot of white western young men just by advertising that what they do when they win is go door to door rounding up all the unmarried fertile age women and assigning them to their followers.”

          They’ve already been converting women who want to cut the line, don’t forget.

          My point is that this is Thoughtcrime-level stuff. Top floor. Red phone. The final boss.

          Cathedral vociferously denies that these desires, in both men and women, even exist at all, and thought until recently that it had Predator drones and working nukes to make sure that no one noticed the truth. But these are the very desires that the Taliban is trolling us with right now. Or maybe ourguys pretending to be Taliban. Who cares.

          The memes that work point to the truth.

          So Cathedral will need to censor the shit out of them, but also won’t be able to, because Brown Man Good, and especially Brown Man who Wins. It’s all about awakening real and honest desire, in an uncensorable way.

          • The Cominator says:

            I don’t honestly care that much if they are real Taliban or not.

            Ever seen the movie Mother Night, I don’t care if its part leftist propaganda about evil Nazis… it has a great scene as the Reich is falling where his father in law (also a high ranking Gestapo agent) tells him he always hated that his daughter married him he wanted her to marry a German soldier and always wanted to prove he was a spy. But he then tells him he now doesn’t care if he was a spy, that the best “Nazi Memes” he ever got came not from Hitler but from him.

            Its also the only movie that ever accurately describes what real despair feels like…


    • pyrrhus says:

      Epic based meme…more please!

    • Fëanor says:

      The account is an actual Taliban fighter, but the screenshot is fake.

  32. Calvin says:

    Literally took less than a week for them to officially surrender Taiwan lmao: https://mobile.twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1428451668287438850

    • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

      Pretty impressive how fast the empire is ungluing.

      But honestly, when this is the image the imperial stormtroopers projects, it’s not hard for anyone else to think they can test their luck

      • chris says:

        Check out how they advertise becoming an army ranger. (see the army ranger family photo).


        “You too can be a cuckold if you become an Army Ranger!”

        • notglowing says:

          That’s incredibly brazen.
          Of course whoever made it would probably claim the child is adopted and you are racist for thinking otherwise.

          But what could be a more obvious way of showing that someone is a cuck in a picture, than his baby being of a different race. There’s no other way you could show it more clearly, and considering how often army men get cucked, it’s a very relevant association.

        • Calvin says:

          Less normal, well-adjusting fighting men in the cathedral’s armed forces can only be a good thing for us. I hope they continue until they ban every straight white male from service altogether.

          • Pooch says:

            Agreed. The acceleration to a full blown sheboon fighting force for USG is a possible way through the holiness spiral for us.

      • Bilge_Pump says:

        lmao look at that those poor fuckers saluting the sheboon. And that dude standing at parade rest while captain faggot twerked for tiktok. lol

        • Bilge_Pump says:

          The dude who was forced to suck the dildo probably lost a bet, he looks hesitant

          • Kunning Drueger says:

            As usual, the cock sucker is the symptom, the adoring crowd is the sickness.

  33. Need it for school says:

    Religious exemption: granted.

    Now to actually become orthodox; I can imagine having to do a lot of these exemption forms in the future

    • ExileStyle says:

      Congratulations. What kind of documentation, if any, did you need to show ultimately?

      • Need it for school says:

        I used this document: https://mega.nz/file/IVh2FASR#lfRzS_U77sRjgZpVsH8ojpXKiR1kGIGPPXej4w99hoU and also included my transcript. My attached statement (submitted as part of a form so I can’t share it verbatim) basically said I’m orthodox, I oppose “benefiting from abortion” on the basis of my faith, and so I can’t get the vaccine because I would be profiting from sin. I also pointed out my excellent grades & track record, as a show of loyalty in part.

    • alf says:


    • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

      Probably a sign that the administrators are drinking their own kool-aid; ‘haha those dumb fundies, not taking the Safe and Effective vaccine so they can just get infected by the Deadly Omega Variant, i cant wait to see their faces!’

  34. Mister Grumpus says:

    Critique please:

    Kabul is not like the of the fall of Saigon. It’s more profound, more “off axis”, more Thoughtcrimey.

    Saigon was the Cathedral’s/Blue Empire’s “good guys” winning, plain and simple. “The Commies were rough around the edges but their hearts were in the right place.” Like Castro & Che or the Khmer Rouge.

    Kabul is different. Neither Blue Empire nor Red Empire claimed the Taliban. They’re not even the “bad guys” anymore because they won. They blew up the game and changed it to a different sport entirely.

    OK shoot.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      I think you should include the fact that Vietnam was a big deal to Hollywood and the Media, but completely small potatoes in terms of the Cold War. Afghanistan was the whole war, Iraq was a distraction, and Nigeria, Mali, Somalia, Philippines are contingent.

    • ExileStyle says:

      My sense is that the ideological shift since ’75 has been deeper and more fundamental than that. Back then, the press still (nominally at least) cared about the Silent Majority and what it thought about the world. Most of the mid-career men writing in the newspapers had grown up on a diet of anti-communism, whether of the Eisenhower or Kennedy variety. The Critical Theory or “New Left” people who started colonizing the universities around the time Saigon fell (who have in turn trained our generation of mid-career journalists) were and are as opposed to old-school leftism as they were to old-school rightism (because Old bad, New good), neither of which cared at all or even ever thought about “justice” for people who were not working men with families, or men who wanted families.

      What we are seeing now is rather the complete burying of that old generation, and its replacement by New Left Thought (and its blowback, Us). Their work in undermining (allegedly) universally-acknowledged political standards has ironically led to half of the Western world looking on in sympathy at the Taliban, with the other (New Left) half unable to say anything because “vive le différence,” cultural respect, etc. (and some souls such as myself just straight up rooting for them, because they’re men acting honorably and with remarkable self-control in a world historical moment).

      That’s also kind of a white pill thing as I see it. All of this hysterical respect for “differences” (best seen in western tranny worship) means that no one really cares about Afghan women anymore, or is even allowed to care, lest they appear Islamophobic, or worse, admit that women are different than men, or that brown is different than white, or Islam different than any other way of seeing the world.

  35. Alfred says:

    Sounds like Biden’s going to have be removed soon rather than after the midterms. I wonder what President Cunt is going to be like? It sounds like she’s allied with the insane left.

    • jim says:

      Figuring out what is happening among our rulers is as opaque as kremlinology used to be, but the tensions are rising, and it may become clearer soon what is going on. The Woke Critical Race Theory left is feeling its oats, and likely to make a move before long.

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        It makes the Biden-Cunt ticket make so much sense now, doesn’t it? Establishment thought they were getting Their Guy, but what they really got was a Fall Guy.

        That Cunt is going to rip, slash and slay like nothing we’ve ever seen before.

        Someone smarter please comment with an anecdote about how the Mensheviks thought they were humoring and using the Bolsheviks by keeping them as junior partners.

        • yewotm8 says:

          If Trump had no power, Biden and Harris have even less. They exist as vehicles for their handlers to exert some policy in a certain direction, but not nearly as much as they’d like. I don’t see The Harris Administration being much different from The Biden Administration.

          • jim says:

            But which handlers? There are rather too many of them. A power struggle is under way. It will end only when one man becomes dictator and puts an end to further movement left.

            Movement left ended rather suddenly in Germany and England, but in Russia and China, nearly reached the everyone kills everyone else for insufficient leftism phase. In Cambodia did reach the everyone kills everyone else phase. In Shaanxi province. reached that phase and killed everyone. Only a tiny handful survived.

            • Calvin says:

              Judging by the miserable route of its forces in Afghanistan, the cathedral’s ability to kill everyone seems to be waning rapidly. Now just hope they don’t pull us into a nuclear war with China and our people may yet survive this debacle.

              • Yul Bornhold says:

                Don’t read into the Afghan withdrawal too much.

                The Cathedral doesn’t consider Taliban the real enemy. The real enemy is 90 year old bible thumping grandma in Tennessee. The Cathedral will be ruthless against grandma rebellion in a way it wasn’t against Taliban.

                • Calvin says:

                  But who is going to be willing to actually fight and die on its behalf? The ANA’s collapse shows that fancy toys don’t mean anything if no one is ready to actually risk their lives for you. The military only loses espirit de corps the more woke it gets. Who’s left to fight a serious war?

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  Never underestimate the dangerous capacity of low IQ proles with minimal training that live paycheck to paycheck.

                • D Brinn says:

                  Take troops from New York and deploy them in Alabama. Deploy troops from Alabama in upstate New York. Tell both groups they’re there to root out a dangerous pack of child-molesting, drug-dealing terrorists. Back that up with media propaganda. Wipe out the targets with overwhelming firepower so the troops don’t face much risk and you leave no witnesses or evidence to disprove your lies, a la Waco.

                  It wouldn’t work forever, but it would work for a while.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  How many boots on the ground did the Holodomor really take? I have no idea, but we might be surprised how few.

                  There’s just so much damage to be done by “remote control” via brownstuffing suburbs and schools, media, education, finance, electronic payments, vaccine passports, email sniffing, etc. It doesn’t have to work well, just rack up victim quotas. The party grows stronger as it purges itself.

                  I also agree that the KGB and Stasi didn’t have Shaniqua working for them, and that matters too. Cracks are showing in South Africa that aren’t showing in Australia, for example.

          • James says:

            The Harris administration will be radically different from the Buden administration because as a nonwhite woman she has a near-complete biological incapacity to understand the constitution. Similar to nonwhite female judges, she literally will not even be able to understand the idea of being impartial, let alone implement it. She will shit test the nation by shitting on our basic freedoms, and half of the nation will cheer in response.

  36. Alfred says:

    Will they reverse course on the woke military? It has to be dawning on them that they’re no longer going to powerful with a military that can’t fight.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      How can they? To do so would be a tacit admission that their whole program is a sham. I think it is going to actually increase. “Racist white males are why Afghanistan was such a disaster. We need more stunning, brave, and diverse soldihers!”

      • Alfred says:


        • Kunning Drueger says:

          Agreed. It is actually kind of uplifting to think about: if they actually slow down, stop, or reverse, the cracks will be undeniable, and inevitably the Midwit Mafia (Carlson, Shapiro, etc.) will begin hammering them. If they carry on, opposition and resentment will continue to grow. If they speed up (my wish, GNON forgive me), so many fence-sitters will be forced to our side of the table.

          • Pooch says:

            If the woke military accelerates to an all sheboon military fighting force, a few white farmers with pitch forks will be able to defeat them with no elite backing.

            • Kunning Drueger says:

              The Camp of the Saints by Jean Raspail a book worth reading. While I completely agree that a Woke Military is a joke military, it does not require an amazing fighting force to suppress and starve a nation. After 2020, I have serious doubts about Amerikaner capacity for self defense and organization. Hopefully, they keep a steady pace of suppression, cancellation, and spiralling. If we can get to 2026 on Slow Burn, I think there may be an optimistic future. I worry that we, Americans, are too Europeanized and will gladly trade sovereignty for hedonic excess. Maybe I’m just a bit blackpilled, but I am utterly convinced that there’s no possible opportunity or good turn that can’t be bungled by Conservatism™.

              • Alfred says:

                > After 2020, I have serious doubts about Amerikaner capacity for self defense and organization.

                We need a religion before we can fight a holywar. We await Cesar or a prophet of Gnon.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  We have the prophet. I’m not convinced we need the Caesar, or even if we want one. Not because I’m opposed to the concept, but because of what Caesar was: a very experienced, successful, and old man. Do you catch my meaning? If Caesar is just a boy now, there is a lot of bloodshed and hijinx in our future.

                  Whatever the case, I think we need to git gudd, and that is incredibly hard to do in isolation and fear. I lack the wisdom and IQ to prognosticate effectively. The next few weeks will be Interesting Times.

                • Alfred says:

                  >We have the prophet.

                  The time is not yet right for a Prophet of Gnon. The only Public Prophet I know of is the Holy Star Prophet(PBUH) Elon Musk but his ministry is that of taking mankind to the stars, not establishing the righteous rule of Gnon on earth.

                  When the time is right, we will have a Prophet.

                • Mike in Boston says:

                  > After 2020, I have serious doubts about Amerikaner capacity for self defense and organization.

                  We need a religion before we can fight a holywar.

                  I share those doubts, but it seems to me that the problem is not necessarily the lack of a unifying religion. Granted, a shared religion is necessary to fight a holywar, and holywar allowed the Taliban to create regime change. But the Nazis did not require a new religion to do so. They just needed a replacement state. As Hitler later said:

                  it is not enough to overthrow the old State, but that the new State must previously have been built up and be practically ready to one’s hand. … In 1933 it was no longer a question of overthrowing a state by an act of violence; meanwhile the new State had been built up and all that there remained to do was to destroy the last remnants of the old State — and that took but a few hours.

                  It seems to me that as USG becomes more and more dysfunctional, some new state would be able to step in. The question is, what would that new state be? And how could one be formed without FBI entryism? Maybe there will just be secession and the governors of Texas, Florida, and Alaska will lead the new States?

                • jim says:

                  > But the Nazis did not require a new religion to do so.

                  The Nazis were just the usual. Movement ever further left, resulting in dictatorship. The dictator sees that continued movement left will kill him, puts an end to it. Same story as all of the others.

                  The Nazis were just the next move even further left, until the night of the long knives, and everyone saw them as movement ever further left.

                  Everyone on the left figured that movement ever further left would continue forever, and positioned themselves to ride the next movement even further left into power. But Hitler had other ideas. Same as always.

                  Right now we are in a phase that corresponds to the constitutional monarchist phase of the Russian and French Revolutions or the last days of Weimar. It will not last. Things will take a turn for the considerably worse quite soon.

                • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                  Building a replacement state without infiltrators will be hard, but Jim has showed us the way. Aggressively test shills and exclude those who fail. Orthodox Christianity as the religious base, and a core of true believers that can filter out shills and feds. I would even, as Jim notes, consider letting in feds to turn them as our own double agents. Continue the organization until it is called upon. Unfortunately, I am not a leader, so I cannot do it, but I would absolutely join if someone had a chapter near me.

                • alf says:

                  I am not a leader

                  Chapters, mannerbunds, cooperative ventures come in many forms, most of them off the grid, and most of them need leaders. People suffer massive normalcy bias, not just in the political sphere. They are under the impression that property rights are magically permanent, that children and families spontaneously materialize out of no where, and that you can do whatever the f*ck you feel like with little to no consequence.

                  I at this point have little faith in official proud boy-esque, hestia-like secret societies. Keep it informal, like the sicilian maffia. Merely allowing for honest conversation, as happens here, does wonders.

                • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                  Cesar was old and established – but his nephew Octavian, was not.

                • Pooch says:

                  Right now we are in a phase that corresponds to the constitutional monarchist phase of the Russian and French Revolutions or the last days of Weimar. It will not last. Things will take a turn for the considerably worse quite soon.

                  These were all rising and developing societies. I am not convinced they are the most accurate comparisons. We are a decaying and declining society like Republican Rome. Unless the crazies take over the House and the Senate, the current old aristocratic regime is not on the verge of being replaced. The Senate is solidly old regime and the House, although the crazies have a solid foothold, is also solidly in control of the old regime.

                • jim says:

                  > Unless the crazies take over the House and the Senate

                  Normalcy bias. The activities of the House and the Senate resemble the Queen going to Parliament in stagecoach to open parliament.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  This may be a point of honest contention between factions here, but I don’t honestly think House or Senate has any real power. I think the staffers do, the think tanks do, the bureau and administration chiefs do, the DNC/RNC donor class and bureaucrats do. So in my mind, the question is how likely are each of these groups to be infiltrated and/or influenced by the crazies.

                • jim says:

                  > the question is how likely are each of these groups to be infiltrated and/or influenced by the crazies.

                  Normalcy bias.

                  What always happens is that the group with the best cohesion, the crazies, makes deals with each of the other groups, which deals consist of each group shafting all of the others, except the crazies. And then they all get shafted, except the crazies.

                  If this goes all the way, each of the groups you list is going to die. And it is not going to stop until one man seizes absolute power and stops it.

                  And the further it goes, the deadlier the means that that man will need to use. And if he is a true believer, he is not going to stop it.

                • Pooch says:

                  Who has the power? Those with the money or those who simply stick their hand out to take it?

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  I am positing that the power is hideously fractured across a staggering number of offices, institutions, bureaus, agencies, schools, associations, and formal/informal groups. I base this on anecdotal experience, organized academic study, Jimian Frame, and Yarvin Frame. Elected officials can’t dress themselves, literally, without input. There isn’t a power behind the throne for there is no throne.

                • jim says:

                  Quite so. And within each group the crazies are plotting with all the other crazies in all the other groups to destroy the group to which they belong.

                  They are probably not drawing up the death lists yet. Wait a few years and they will get onto it.

                  Power has been divided into a thousand bite sized chunks. But it is the nature of power to cohere into fewer and bigger chunks, and the nature of a priesthood to organize that by consensus.

                  As the process of building consensus becomes more and more deadly, warriors will start to matter, and it is the nature of warriors to cohere behind a leader.

                • Pooch says:

                  Normalcy bias. The activities of the House and the Senate resemble the Queen going to Parliament in stagecoach to open parliament.

                  Who is ordering the torture of the 1/6 prisoners?

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  The same people who ordered the MSM to shit on Trump 24/7. Which is to say, no one did. They did it based on an assumed consensus predicated on a completely subjective set of expectations deemed reasonable. No one tells everyone to listen to [particular slut pop artist]. Certain groups and organizations have a kind of potentiality they can attempt to unleash to get whichever Satan worshiper they prefer to go viral, but it is no certain thing. It is some kind of emergent political principle, or principles, that is ubiquitous in all late-stage materialist oligarchies, clerical or otherwise. No one is in control and there are far too many people who could be. Imagine there is a room with 10 locked doors in a hidden location. Inside is a lifetime fortune for 100 people. The first 100 people to enter the room die. There are 10,000 people who know where the room is, and another 100,000 people who have a key to one of the doors.

                  “Society” demands the 1/6 terrorists be tortured, and they will be, until “society” demands the release of the 1/6 heroes.

                  I know you’re asking Jim, not me. I just found the subject matter very compelling.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The orders are given by those who can enforce them, whatever social nerwork has enough sway over the security state to strongarm the media and tech moguls

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  Convenient timing: https://youtu.be/x-4IVYYMgPw

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  > We have the prophet.

                  I want to point out how effective the Ayatollah was with his (non digital) “cassette tape revolution” from Paris in the 60s and 70s.

                  Also note Trump’s reach and effect from his Twitter account, especially before his election.

                  That is to say: No secure crypto-tweeting, no prophet. At least we can express it as an engineering problem. As soon as Gnon gets his own megaphone, holy shit.

    • Pooch says:

      Absolutely not. The regime is gay and retarded.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      “Will they reverse course on the woke military? It has to be dawning on them that they’re no longer going to be powerful with a military that can’t fight.”

      Why is a woke-weak military a problem for the far left? Who cares? Seriously. Tell me.

      That doesn’t stop the money flow, and the only enemies they really have anymore are stranded Amerikaners who aren’t allowed to fight back anyway. No Afghani or Iraqi or Somali ever got cancelled for giving DC the finger. So much demoralization is possible by remote control now too, through TV, censorship, education, vaccine passports and anal sex story time.

      So the dollar goes to junk because the Gulfies feel safer with China than with DC? That’s good for them. That means even more economic chaos at home, which justifies liquidating the Kulaks even faster. Liquidating Kulaks is the whole fucking point, remember?

      If they kick White Christian men out of the military, and keep them out, then that means no White Christian men are getting military training moving forward, or meeting and learning or trust each other in battle, or getting retirement pensions later.

      So tell me. Why is a woke-as-fuck military not obviously attractive — to them and at present — in the ever-lefter-ever-faster-can’t-stop sense?

      Jim’s right that they’re eating their seed corn and cutting off the branch they sit on. But these people don’t understand that because they haven’t lost in decades (at least), and those who do understand this are shutting up and/or getting out while they can. I’ve met these shut-up-and-get-out future-former-greengrocer people, and frankly probably am one.

      We’re finally seeing the ugly flip-side of being “safely” bordered by two oceans, Mexico, and a few moose and faggots. Vietnam and Cambodia couldn’t finish their Year Zeros because China and Vietnam were right next door and ready to roll in, respectively. Even East Berlin had West Berlin and a huge NATO army right next door. We’re an isolated off-world kill box compared to them, which reminds me of South Africa now that I think about it.

      • Kunning Drueger says:

        My opinion, so take it with a grain of salt: oftentimes, your comments have a strange, stream of consciousness neuroticism element I find frustrating. You also self-deprecate excessively. But I want you to know this comment, especially the last paragraph, shows some very profound insight. I’m no leader and I am learning to accept that I’m a midwit, but I do read and write enough to recognize progress, so if you were looking for some feedback, I wanted to let you know that you gave me a perspective I hadn’t really contended with before and I think you should self edit a bit more judiciously because I bet you have a lot of profundity to offer if you can cut away the cruft.

        It’s a terrifying thought seeing our geographic barriers being turned into the walls of a Gulag. I can see in my mind’s eye Mexican soldiers walking through deserted cities as Canadian relief workers broadcast messages over loudspeakers to the ghost of a country that couldn’t save itself from itself. But that’s just fiction, because the Left never stops; its trigger finger just gets tired.

      • LuminousPill says:

        You are forgetting that the bloodthirsty cartels are already making inroads into US states. The Mexican government is already a hollowed out farce propped up only to appease international goons, the same will happen here. It will happen at an accelerated pace as the nominal order collapses.

        Such actions and success inspires imitation. In the case of a dysfunctional national guard, you will have an absurd number of ethnic and not-so-ethnic gangs vying for power; just as they already do so in major cities. The government could not even build a website, but you expect them to coordinate an effective genocide against people that the grunts do not want to fight, against people holding an insane geographic advantage? Quit jacking off to fear porn, make some friends and get ready to ride the wave. Totalitarianism is over and dead, the coordination technology has been lost. There’s only banditry now.

        • Kunning Drueger says:

          As fun as this picture seems, I don’t think it tracks well with reality at all. I agree that certain regions of the US could go that route, and I genuinely hope they do. But the Cathedral is failing abroad which is maybe, possibly, hopefully going to shake loose some opportunity at home. This is no guarantee, and while there are some shithole cities with collapsing societal structures, there are far more cities being gentrified and compartmentalized. This means obedient serfsoomers with sections of militant diversity ready to be unleashed on disobedient denizens.

          More to the point, the greatest and most favored weapon of the left is targeted or rampant starvation. You don’t need big brain operator legions to control the food supply.

          • Cementmixer says:

            Speaking of food supply, I’ve heard some rumors that the US department of agriculture is currently paying farmers x1.5 the value of crops to destroy them which is caused by the Biden administration trying to create a food shortage.

            Has anyone any intel or thoughts regarding the reality and feasibility of such a plan?

            • The Cominator says:


              • Cementmixer says:

                Just something I heard from a friend who heard it from a friend. He saw it on facebook in a tiktok compilation of farmers blowing the whistle, and that it was for “environmental reasons”. But facebook appears to have taken it down.

            • jim says:

              I have read people who claim to be witnesses.

              I don’t think it is a coherent plan. It is just that our masters regard any production and any productive activity as hateful. They think everything was stolen from the brave warrior women of subsaharan Africa and just want it destroyed.

  37. The Cominator says:

    What will be the economic impact of the chinks taking Taiwan if they restrict exports of computer chips?

    I think Taiwan could fall within the next few months?

    • Alfred says:

      Almost every computer chip we use is made there. I can’t even guess at the level of economic destabilization from it.

      • Pooch says:

        I would think the CCP would not want to hurt that gravy train tho.

        • Calvin says:

          Never estimate the ability of the CCP to shoot itself in the foot for no real reason. This time they actually have a reason (dominate the regional seas, hit the US where it hurts).

          • The Ducking Man says:

            Exactly what I’ve been telling in this blog.

            Will China start a war?, Jim said they won’t because it’s extremely stupid on their part (if they do) and because China has this silk road master plan.

            I beg to differ, one scenario I can think of is, the PLA being incompetent but very proudful army will in one flick of unintentional accident will do something stupid that give precadent to make war because the allies has been taunting PLA non stop past few months. Xi and his cronies not knowing that PLA is incompetent will declare war because they think they can win against US and whatnot. Afterward only time will tell.

          • The Ducking Man says:

            Exactly what I’ve been telling in this blog.

            Will China start a war?, Jim said they won’t because it’s extremely stupid on their part (if they do) and because China has this silk road master plan.

            I beg to differ, one scenario I can think of is, the PLA being incompetent but very proudful army will in one flick of unintentional accident will do something stupid that give precadent to make war because the allies has been taunting PLA non stop past few months. Xi and his cronies not knowing that PLA is incompetent will declare war because they think they can win against US and whatnot.

            • Adjudicator says:

              So basically a Mukden / Manchurian incident done by the prideful PLA, (Or its naval arm, involving the contested islands?) which will drag the rest of the PRC into a protracted war?

              • The Ducking Man says:


                The tensions is building up, recent allies naval mititary mission in south east china is evident, they call it “keeping international water true to it’s identity” or something like that. Though really other nations are just taunting PLA and CCP non stop.

            • Karl says:

              What does in your opinion indicate that the PLA is an incompetent army?

              • The Ducking Man says:

                Oh man, where do I begin.

                1. China has 3 airship carrier, with 3rd unit slated to be nuclear power with electromagnetic propulsion system, and of course it will be their biggest carrier yet. It looks good on paper until you realize that PLA only have J-15 (chinese bootleg SU-27), 27 units or so of china’s original SU-27 is not carrier spec’ed, J-18 and J-20 (bootleg F-22/F-35) is not ready for production.

                So in short, PLA has very expensive sitting duck target slated to roam south china sea with Allies roaming around.

                2. PLA submarine is known to be detectable from INTERNATIONAL WATER of all places by UK’s naval ship, and then have the nerve calling out UK.

                3. Also the story of PLA warded off by Thailand’s tug boat.

                You need to youtube PLA and their embarassment time and time again.

                • jim says:

                  China does not need aircraft carriers, nor want them.

                  Aircraft carriers are for projecting power to far away. China wants the South China sea, and has therefore built a mightly fleet of unsinkable, but entirely immovable, aircraft carriers in the South China sea.

                • The Ducking Man says:

                  Jim, you are talking like camry/accord owner, “surely people only stick to what they really need, and of course people don’t need anything more powerful than this Camry”.

                  But Jim, CCP (and even by extension Chinese people) are aspiring Lamborghini/Ferrari owner.

                  “Do CCP really need top of the class carrier just to conquer south china sea?”, of course they don’t.

                  “Do CCP really fascinated about having carrier like US?”, it appears to be resounding yes with 4th and 5th carrier already planned ahead.

                  “Wait, why do they need it so much?”, because they are dick, but their neighbor already knows best.

                • Karl says:

                  Items 1 and 2 efer to eqipment. Useless equipment is not incompetence. Incompetence is about skills.

                  Item 3 might indicate incompetence, but I’m not familiar with that incident. Anyway, it did not lead to war with Thailand and so does not support your idea that incompetence of the army might lead to a war.

                  We’ll know about the PLA’s competence or lack there of as soon as it goes to war.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  China absolutely needs a global fleet if it wants to maintain its globalized economy. As it stands now, China is completely reliant on the US and others keeping trade lanes open and safe. If the US stopped guaranteeing the high seas trade network, piracy on a level unprecedented in the modern era would explode almost overnight. This would be amazing, especially if BAP is not just a talker but a Doer.

                  The discussion about aircraft carriers and their efficacy is always so strange. They clearly matter to many governments. They clearly have usefulness in extending the threat and application of force. We don’t know how they will perform in a defensive capacity in the Advanced Jet Age (probably not well), but as it stands, the main reason the US is relevant on the world stage is the blue water navy.

                  PLAN just ran an exercise with a 10,000 ton class civilian landing ship. I don’t know if it was a RO/RO or something like that, but it is purportedly the first time they’ve drilled with something that big. It is quite obvious that they are just rattling Taipei’s cage, but if they ever do want to perform amphibious operations, their impressive shore based arsenal isn’t going to cover that effectively. So the question is, from my perspective, does China want to project force outside of their core and proximal periphery? The answer to that, again from my perspective, is does China want to maintain the trade status quo? These are, in effect, the same question. China doesn’t have to answer it yet as the US Navy is still actively guaranteeing global maritime trade. But they planned carriers seems to indicate that yes, they do want to project force because yes they do want to maintain global Chinese trade and they think the US cannot or will not continue to be the guarantor.

                • jim says:

                  > China absolutely needs a global fleet if it wants to maintain its globalized economy.

                  No it does not. China needs the crossroads of central Asia, Afghanistan, open for business. (Keeping Afghanistan closed was the one small shred of sanity in our Afghan war. As long as Afghanistan is closed, America holds the leverage of the threat of shutting down Chinese trade.)

                  China is at present keeping the seas open by bribing our hopelessly corrupt and disunited political elite. This is far cheaper than aircraft carriers, but it is a lot more fragile than aircraft carriers. They are too corrupt to stay bribed.

                  However, the modern solution, which China is working on, is not aircraft carriers, but hypersonic missiles, which make aircraft carriers obsolete. And China has, or appears to have, long range hypersonic anti carrier missiles, which America does not.

                  What is really needed is long range hypersonics with a relatively small and rapidly re-usable boost vehicle, so that you can shoot and shoot and keep on shooting. That, at present, no one has. If the Cathedral shuts down Musk, he may well have another customer.

                  At present Chinese boosters seem to be fueled by dinitrogen tetroxide and udmh, which is not what you want if you want to launch one hell of a lot of hypersonic missiles using re-usable boosters.

    • Kunning Drueger says:

      Taiwan is a tough nut to crack regardless of American involvement. If China invades in a traditional method, the losses would be atrocious just getting to the coast. Then they’d have to occupy the island and pacify resistance. They’d have to balance losses at home as well as external probing by competitors. I think they’d avoid this if possible. It might be better to foment a civil war then sweep on to “restore order,” but even that would be tricky.

      • hcm says:

        *If* they have any will to fight. Doubtful.

        • Kunning Drueger says:

          Do you honestly think there is no one on Formosa willing to fight for their autonomy, no matter how contingent?

          • jim says:

            What autonomy?

            Who will fight for Harvard and Globohomo?

            • Kunning Drueger says:

              I think much of Europe, modern Africa, much of South America, and much of the Indo-Pacific. Of course, they don’t see it as fighting for Harvard and globohomo, but they will answer the call. Look at how many Amerikaners fought for Harvard and globohomo in AFG with only the most shallow reasoning constructed for GWoT.

            • James says:

              Sadly, in Taiwan, quite a few people. Similar to hong kong, there are plenty of cucks willing to fight for globohomo. Except they have a real military and an entire hollowed out mountain range full of SAM missiles. Little need to actually fight in the traditional sense to inflict enormous losses.

            • The Cominator says:

              Would Taiwan fight.

              Under normal circumstances ie if Xi was like Deng, Jiang or Hu then no.

              Xi however is something of a real Marxist control freak faggot and he might inspire some of the Taiwanese to fight for that reason.

    • Pooch says:

      I still think we are ways away from the CCP taking Taiwan, but I could see both the CCP and Russia making a deal to simultaneously move on Taiwan and Ukraine, seeing the American regime as weak as it is, thus giving credence to Jim’s theory that we may have some combination of multiple simultaneous wars abroad and domestic.

      • chris says:

        No real reason for Russia to take Ukraine. They have Crimea, and the rest of Ukraine is poor and would be full of partisans. They just want it to not join EU/NATO, and they can achieve that without having to invade.

        • jim says:

          A clear threat of invasion has so far been amply sufficient.

          • The Cominator says:

            There would no economic impact of Russia taking Ukraine unless we do something really really stupid in response (which there is a good chance of).

            Taiwan Semiconductor and its 10 billion dollar four years to build (and you also need very smart non woke device physics and electrical manufacturing experts) factories are far far more important.

            • nils says:

              smi conductor fabs are easy, taiwan has them because they are illegal here. loosing the electrical grid, missisipi river and all international trade is absurdly more damaging then loosing taiwan industry, if america goes to war with china it has fuck all to do with chips

              • Kunning Drueger says:

                Disagree on the International Trade point, it is barely represented in GDP. Otherwise, excellent point. Might actually be a very good thing to happen; more pressure on the industrial/manufacturing sector to admit Shaniqua and Gay Raymond suck at their “””jobs.”””

              • jim says:

                They are far from easy when you have to include Shaniqa on your team.

                If you have one dud working in your team on a high tech project, the team fails.

                If one team fails, the project fails – which would be easy to fix if someone could name Shaniqua, but they will not be able to, because not inclusive.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Couldn’t the dud just be assigned to get coffee and such and given no real duties?

                • jim says:

                  been tried: Sexist and racist.

                  What we did is put all the women in the art harem, but after a while, HR got wise to that. They also wondered about the fact that the art harem was as far away as possible from the actual engineering team.

                  They seem perfectly happy with the principle that one drop of black blood is sufficient for a black engineer, but one drop engineers are in high demand.

                • Alfred says:

                  >Couldn’t the dud just be assigned to get coffee and such and given no real duties?

                  Nig Nogs are never happy unless they are center of attention.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Could they been given duties they have no desire to actually do with someone else “assisting”…

                • jim says:

                  Maybe. Sounds like a plan. I have seen that done with a black engineer, but there were problems. I don’t know what the problems were and I don’t know if they were caused by the black engineer. Women tend to not like being “assisted” because they don’t like beta males around. The assistant would have to be personally alpha to them regardless of his formal position, and these days alpha male engineers as women perceive alpha are in short supply. Women like the art harem solution, but HR does not.

                  What you are asking for is an “engineer” of the correct race, sex, and sexual preference, who is in on the red pill conspiracy. But since the red pill conspiracy is unspoken, or spoken only as significant silences and exaggerated facial expressions, it is hard to organize even among straight white males.

                  It is kind of hard to run an engineering project as a revolutionary plot against the regime, though these days any successful engineering plot is run as a revolutionary plot against the regime.

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  There is no place for a useless team member that doesn’t detract from the overall output.

                • Alfred says:

                  >Women tend to not like being “assisted” because they don’t like beta males around. The assistant would have to be personally alpha to them regardless of his formal position, and these days alpha male engineers as women perceive alpha are in short supply. They seem to prefer the art harem solution, but HR does not.

                  I generally take over and tell women what do when “assisting” them in software development. I should probably try to be more alpha in my behavior with them. I really need to think this one over.

                • D Brinn says:

                  > Could they been given duties they have no desire to actually do with someone else “assisting”…

                  Companies try that at first. But eventually the worthless employees pull in more worthless employees, and the “assistants” spend more time cleaning up after them than doing anything productive.

                  There’s a meme called “Changing the Face of Coding” that portrays it perfectly, with 5-6 diverse women who do things like redesign the company web site or ensure the ethnic variety of the cafeteria menu, and then one white guy named Chad who writes code.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  “though these days any successful engineering plot is run as a revolutionary plot against the regime.”

                  Someday someone is going to spill the beans on how the heck Tesla and SpaceX are keeping their stuff together even as well as they are. Did you see that AI Day video? Incredible. How dare they!

                  Maybe one reason aerospace projects always relocate to far-flung exurban places is that there are so few POC’s around to complain about not getting hired there. No POC resumes, no problem. Easier pickings in town. I see this manifesting internationally at Rocketlab, where the stock is at NYSE but the labor pool is in New Zealand.

                  So much plausible deniability going on out here.

                  I’ve also seen chickstuffing going on with positions like “project manager”, who maintain the charts and Microsoft Exchange macros but don’t have any power.

    • someDude says:

      Taiwan falling in a few months. Is that a question or statement?

      • jim says:

        Taiwan could fall in a few months, but chances are it will take considerably longer.

        The current Chinese strategy is to slowly escalate the military pressure while pursuing a “peaceful” solution in which Taiwan “voluntarily” accepts a one China policy. Basically the same policy as the EUs “ever closer” (and ever less democratic and ever more centralized) union. Takes a while, but that way they get Taiwan intact, rather than ruined.

        Or it would be the EU strategy if they could defeat a band of boy scouts. The EU’s hilarious performance during the breakup of Yugoslavia and the similarly amusing performance of the British in Basra gives me optimism that a relatively small band of Amerikaners will soon be able to defeat the Pentagon. But right now, no way.

        • Kunning Drueger says:

          This is probably too optimistic, but a Texas Split, or some other kind of seni-balkanization, would be an incredibly good sign. Like, a governor basically asking, very politely and calmly, for all federal infrastructure to vacate the state. No statalizing, or seizure of property, just forcefully purchasing BLM land, buildings, and equipment. Is that legal, or even possible? South Dakota seems like a good candidate for fefederalization and statalization.

        • Anonymous Fake says:

          Taiwan is in a state of population collapse and they want to rejoin China to replenish their demographics, because following the Western model and importing masses of Indonesians and Filipinos is insane to them. Any “conflict” between the two is going to involve a lot of winks and nudges and the ultimate goal is to trap America in a Chinese handcuffs trap. The ending is already decided, and all that is in question is how much damage they can do beforehand. Probably a lot, because America’s elites are either gullible or not gullible but wish to harm America.

          South Korea will quietly accept juche and slip out, too, for the same reason, reuniting with North Korea rather than becoming replaced. But when Japan goes, the American empire will be officially over.

          • jim says:

            You speak confidently of matters of which you know nothing. No one wants ethnic replacement – it is always a plot by treasonous elites against the near enemy, their own people.

            China is an empire, and is dominated by a particular ethnic group, and within that ethnic group, an ethnic subgroup. China is multiracial, as empires tend to be, and the ethnic groups in other places, let alone the ruling elites in other places, have no desire for domination by ethnic group dominant within China. A policy of ethnic replacement always hopes to import inferior people incapable of functioning as members of the elite. One of the ethnic groups inside present day China, the minority with which I am most familiar, has Chinese faces, but bigger and less childlike faces, and are about white size and strength. They are also better at the kinds of engineering that most Chinese engineers are not very good at. That group is very pissed with dominant ethnic group.

            • The Cominator says:

              “and within that ethnic group, an ethnic subgroup”

              What ethnic subgroup dominates the CCP? I was unaware the Han had subtribes and that one dominated the CCP?

              Taiwan has a big Han group but also another Asian group correct.

              • jim says:

                My knowledge of Chinese ethnic groups is based on the spoken word, and I do not know the corresponding written word, or if I even know the spoken word rather than a collection of misheard chinese curses and ethnic slurs. It is not something that people are apt to commit to writing, except in a most indirect and flowery manner.

                • neofugue says:

                  > One of the ethnic groups inside present day China, the minority with which I am most familiar, has Chinese faces, but bigger and less childlike faces, and are about white size and strength

                  According to various Korean and Japanese friends, ignoring small regional minorities there are the Northern and Southern Chinese. The Northern Chinese are descended mainly from the Jurchens and to a lesser extent the Mongols and are tall and handsome, while the Southern Chinese tend to be shorter, ruddier and more neotenous. The Southern Chinese have a reputation among Koreans and Japanese of being dirty and gross. My uncle visited China in the 80s before Deng and he said the wet-market he visited in Guangzhou was the most disgusting thing he ever saw. The heavy intermarriage between the Manchu and Han peoples were enough to eliminate a formal ethnic distinction but not an informal one.

              • yewotm8 says:

                I know of one Chinese man like Jim describes (even as far as being the only competent Chinese engineer I have ever met), but his family is from near the Mongolian border and he claims to have largely Mongolian DNA.

                • neofugue says:

                  Back in High School I worked with a student from Harbin on a resolution for a Model United Nations conference.* He came across differently than most other Chinese I have met; his characteristics and demeanor were consistent with the traits Jim describes.

                  *For those unfamiliar with the American higher education process, one needs a holistic list of activities on his application in order to get into a “good school.” While I did not recognize it at the time, Model U.N. doubles as a “holy” option.

                • alf says:

                  You got MUN in Europe too. I never liked it. Something about the disconnect between students in serious suits and the actual content of the simulation, namely those same students going around like Jehova’s witnesses asking you to ‘please sign this resolution on saving the baby seals!’ I’d rather play Diplomacy.

                • neofugue says:

                  MUN was about having fun, making friends, attending parties, and fooling around with girls on the dance floor. Schools such as Dalton go to win awards, and foreign students attend as part of a vacation. It is great for learning group dynamics and overcoming one’s fear of public speaking.

                • alf says:

                  I caught on to the ‘MUN is not about MUN’ thing way too late, although I’m pretty sure it’s still not my crowd.

                  Cathedral prestige programs have for a long time had all the pretty and smart girls. The EU Erasmus programs for example are also not about the Erasmus programs.

          • Calvin says:

            Taiwan wants to solve it’s population problem by hooking up with the same people who made China’s fertility crisis one of the worst in the world, or flat out the worst if you believe some estimates?

            • Mister Grumpus says:

              Xi has the whole world on a platter if he can just drop the Marxist stuff and switch to something that works, like Jim’s Confucianism suggestion.

              They can take down stealth bombers, but can they take down ‘dem hoes?

              Hoes. The final frontier.

              • Miserius says:

                They know what they’re doing. They still draw their legitimacy from Leninism. If they could make a switch to Confucianism it would be dangerous. As long as they are officially Communist, their legitimacy cannot be questioned. If they switched to Confucianism, they could be subjected to criticism, because Confucianism says that legitimate government is only that which governs well. Confucianism grants subjects the right of rebellion.

              • Calvin says:

                These are the same big-brains who spent decades gutting their own population growth with a completely unnecessary and counterproductive policy of sterilization and forced abortions, who hold the world record for the most people killed in a single man made famine, and who tore apart almost all of their nation’s cultural heritage in a fit of leftist insanity. I wouldn’t count their ability to foresee problems.

      • pyrrhus says:

        Very unlikely, because China can largely control Taiwan without bothering to take physical possession…Xi is usually a patient and calculating guy, having wisely hidden out in caves to avoid the Red Guards, and yet ultimately ending up on top..

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        I expect Taiwan will cry out to Beijing to save them from being used as a human shield by the Weak Horse Hostage Taking Uncle Sam. Someone will force a plebiscite and then that’s it, the people have spoken.

        Especially if Xi gets smart and helps Chinese incels get dates.

        Change My Mind.

  38. ERTZ says:

    Neither the US-withdrawal nor the quick take-over by the Taliban were surprising for any major power, instead were planned for and expected for over a year ago.

    The media propaganda of a fleeing US military is propaganda.
    Nothing significant unexpected or unplanned did happen.

    Large amounts of weapons and gear (all the non-high-tech stuff) has been orderly left deliberately for the Taliban to find and use.


    • jim says:


      Look at their faces. This totally discombombulated them. This was shocking to them, though completely predictable and much predicted.

    • The Cominator says:

      What makes this implausible is the lack of a damage control narrative and how embarassing this is for the woke religion.

      BAP’s podcast last night just likened the American ruling class to a retarded three year old with nukes. This is not a good look for them.

  39. Mister Grumpus says:

    They did it because:

    Strong dick brown man good (passes shit tests), cucked white army man bad (fails them)

    Humiliate and purge the non-desk military (I repeat myself)

    Pack the refugees into red states before 2022 and 2024

    (I want to vomit, so it must be working.)

  40. Mister Grumpus says:

    Holy fuck. The continents are shifting and The Great Heartening is underway.

    Seven words that won me over to “Jimmism” from bitter (and incompetent anyway) MRA/PUA-hood were this “verse” of his, refrained verbatim for years now, in reference to men and women in frustrated and “modern” Defect-Defect Equilibrium:

    “No one gets what they really want.”

    Got that? OK now let’s listen again to a clip of Tucker’s monologue from just yesterday (and not needle on his use of the word “neoliberal”):


    “So maybe it’s possible that we failed in Afghanistan because the entire neoliberal program is grotesque. It’s a joke. It’s contrary to human nature. It answers none of our deepest human desires.”

    Jim also reminds us that politics is well downstream of fashion, and fashion is downstream of… violent power. For example, how gay marriage is “downstream” of the fact that gays, today, can find you after work and straight beat you up, while everyone watches, and then walk away and get away with it (and muslims, and negroes, etc.):

    Tucker again:

    “It’s ridiculous, and ideas that ridiculous can only be imposed by force, only with armed men at gunpoint. The moment these ideas are not mandatory — the second the troops withdraw, in fact — people tend to revert to the lives they prefer to live. That may be the real lesson of Afghanistan.”

    The real lesson, of Afghanistan, for…

    • Anonymous Fake says:

      The most effective violence occurs at the point of maximum plausible deniability, but with a hint of potential legitimacy. The Taliban can get away with guerilla warfare because that’s what’s normal in the third world, with the only restriction being one cannot get away with outright genocide. Usually.

      In the first world, the violent sweet spot is usually based on threatening children with bad grades in school if they don’t obey the Cathedral, and that this would affect their ability to secure a career that could provide for a family. Rural bubbas thinking they could play Taliban, or street theater, completely miss this sweet spot and their attempts at political violence are suppressed laughably. But professors are absolutely feared, or at least were…

      American decline isn’t a result of the bubbas doing anything right or wrong. It’s a result of the loss of leftist violence with that ideal mix of credibility and deniability, the power of grading in school. So much of GenX and Millennials are un/der/employed at least compared to Boomers, despite being the best educated generations in history, that GenZ is no longer intimidated by the school power. They don’t care about COVID either because they’re still young and invincible. And they grew up completely with the internet and smart phones.

      • jim says:


        No one cares about school grades. The left does not care, because they know school grades are blatantly fake, and conservatives care that they are blatantly fake, but correspondingly pay no attention to them when hiring.

        The left burns cities, the left videotapes and widely publishes attempted murder, and you are talking about school grades?

        School grades are a reflection of the power of the left, not the source of its power. The source of its power is state violence and nominally private, but state approved violence, as we saw in the Stonewall riots and burning of Kenosha.

        Mao said power comes from a gun. In America, it comes from breaking heads, but they are starting to use guns. Been a lot of Epstein’s lately.

        It is not the grades that matter, it is essay topics where one has to affirm loyalty to Globohomo. You don’t get into a good university without writing suitably pious essays and a history of leftist activism, though the best university entrance high schools have organized clubs for faking up a history of pious left wing activism.

        The top universities pretend to still care about school grades, but every day the pretense gets thinner.

        Grades are like the rituals the monasteries were supposedly conducting before the dissolution of the monasteries. Supposedly shifts of monks kept the rituals going 24/7 to keep their minds focused on the God and the next world, but after a while, no one was bothering to show up.

        • Anonymous Fake says:

          [Deleted, because too silly.]

          • jim says:

            The burning issue that the right should campaign on is that students should be given even higher grades for even stupider inanity?

            • Anonymous Fake says:


              • jim says:

                All your comments are the same comment. All the bad conduct of the priesthood is caused by merchants, conservatives, and families, and can be fixed by giving the priesthood more money, status, and power.

                I am tired of this argument, and am just not going to argue about it any longer.

        • Pooch says:

          It is not the grades that matter, it is essay topics where one has to affirm loyalty to Globohomo. You don’t get into a good university without writing suitably pious essays and a history of leftist activism, though the best university entrance high schools have organized clubs for faking up a history of pious left wing activism.

          Jim, was there ever a period where getting into and graduating from good universities was a reflection of actual intelligence and competence, or were they always just mere indoctrination centers for whatever current year leftism was at the time?

          • jim says:

            Universities were always, and should always be, indoctrination centers, should be run directly by the official Church, and always have been run directly by the official Church. The path to skilled jobs used to be, and should be, apprenticeship. A University degree should only be for state and quasi state jobs where loyalty to the official state religion matters.

            But to 1875 they doing their best to recruit the very smartest people. After 1875, their focus on recruiting smart people began to decline. Until quite recently, a university degree was an indication of intelligence and competence. This became significantly and seriously less true around 1975, though the rot set in far earlier. But after 1975 it started to become a serious problem, which problem has been getting steadily and rapidly worse.

      • Joe says:

        The most effective violence is as that of God Himself: a attack without warning that dissolves into nothing of a hand unknown, against which retaliation is impossible. A bolt of lightning, if one could be harnessed, would be the perfect attack.

        • jim says:

          Rods from God. Very small hypersonic missiles.

        • Cloudswrest says:

          Re. “A bolt of lightning”

          I’ve actually thought about using a stimulated bolt of lighting as an assassination method.

          Assuming your target is in the vicinity of a thunderstorm.

          1. Fly a high altitude drone above the target.
          2. Shoot a UV laser at the target.
          3. At the same time shoot a rotating UV laser into the thunderstorm.

          The UV laser ionizes the air forming a higher conductance path for static discharge.

          • jim says:

            I think it would take a remarkably powerful laser to get enough ionization all the way up and all the way down. An ionizing UV laser does not penetrate air very far at all, and weighs as much as a small truck. You are looking at an eximer laser, and those things are big. And big though they are, they still don’t penetrate air very far at all.

            • Cloudswrest says:

              I would think you don’t have to cause much ionization. Even a little bit will cause lighting to start to send feeders causing positive feedback.

              • jim says:

                The problem is that UV frequencies capable of causing ionization cause a lot of ionization, with the result that the beam is stopped by a few inches of air.

                To get just a little bit of ionization, you need high X ray frequencies, which lasers cannot do, or a relativistic electron beam. (Which requires a building sized generator, and can only be rendered mobile by an aircraft carrier sized ship)

                • Kunning Drueger says:

                  Seems unreasonable, but it would be awesome to have an assassination ray called the Thoughts & Prayers.

          • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

            Frying someone with an electrolaser already looks a lot like a lightning strike. You could perhaps drone them during a thunderstorm for ‘what a coincidence’, but not necessarily an express necessity.

            In any case though there is a lot of cool shit that could potentially be done, but can’t enter the realm of possibility until USG stops artificially preventing human civilization from advancing to the next step on the Kardashev scale by making 60 year old technology illegal (man scale nuclear drivers for machinery).

            • Pooch says:

              until USG stops artificially preventing human civilization from advancing to the next step on the Kardashev scale by making 60 year old technology illegal

              *until USG is no longer able to enforce it’s laws competently

              • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                *until men cease their affrontery to Gnon and live in greater accord with Divine Law

                There, spiral successful.

  41. Calvin says:

    Apparently the US took their military dogs off in planes while leaving Afghans behind. At least we did one thing right.

  42. Varna says:

    Gag from the Ruski internetski:


    “Catholicism in the 21st century,
    Protestantism in the 21st century,
    Orthodoxy in the 21st century”

    • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:


    • Alfred says:

      This shit is awesome.

      I’m going to have to check out my local Orthodox church.

      • jim says:

        Greek Orthodoxy has a based faction, but is almost as powned by Globohomo as Catholicism. Russian Orthodoxy, protected by Putin’s nukes, is based.

        Orthodox Churches in the west tend to be based, but not all of them. As I said before, the nearest Orthodox Church to me, which is unfortunately a long way off, has a website that nearly qualifies as a reactionary blog.

        • INDY says:

          Attended a G-O wedding..you would’ve appreciated the vows.

          The marriage, however, has proved modern and fruitless.

          • Alfred says:

            >The marriage, however, has proved modern and fruitless.

            I grew up in a homeschooling group who had a very large christen family(9 kids). They were super traditional but they sent their girls to college. They have zero grandchildren. Everyone got married but no children were produced from the marriages as all the women involved couldn’t be bothered with children.

            Boko Haram.

        • Oog en Hand says:

          Thanks to nukes, supplied by Julius and Ethel Rosenberg…

          • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

            As funny as it is, those two traitors may have done more good than harm in the long term.

            • jim says:

              You have not seen what comes next.

              • Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

                Is it better that Russia have nukes or not have them? I have a brief idea of what it turns into, and it is not good, but I still think we are better off with Orthodoxy growing in the shade of Putin’s nukes.

                • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

                  Bergsteins gave nukes to commies in the 50s, not orthodoxy today.

        • Pseudo-Klausius says:

          The churches in the Anglo-sphere under the omophorion of the Patriarch of Moscow are generally solid. With parishes under other jurisdictions, it is very much hit and miss. There even were some solid Greek parishes (a good sign is if they have connections to St. Antony’s Monastery in Florence, Arizona), but Elipodophoros, the head of the Greek Orthodox Church in America and a potential future Patriarch, is almost as bad as Pope Francis. I will not be surprised at a reunion between Constantinople and Rome in the next ten or twenty years, which will cause a schism within Orthodoxy that will make the ecclesiastical crisis in Ukraine look trivial.

        • Pseudo-Klausius says:

          I’ll add that unfortunately, even in Russia itself, Orthodox people are still rather blue-pilled about the education of women, and I have to constantly push back again this in my family.

          A conversation with my half-Russian and fully-Orthodox daughter last night, after reading a footnote in a historical novel that women were not allowed into universities until the later 19th century:

          Klausiovna: That’s not right.

          Klausius: Why?

          Klausiovna: Well, women are more important than men.

          Klausius: Why?

          Klausiovna: Because only women can have babies.

          Klausius: Yes. And that’s exactly why women shouldn’t be wasting time in university.

          Klausiovna: …

  43. ExileStyle says:

    Some Taliban men are asked by a beautiful brown woman whether people will still be able to democratically elect women to office under their rule:


    Is that one definition of a band of brothers? Men to hold you up as you fall down laughing?

    • Pooch says:

      Pure alpha confidence in the face of stupid female shit tests.

      • Alfred says:

        The closeness between the men in quite striking as well. Men in America couldn’t be that affectionate without being thought of as gay.

        • Pseudo-Chrysostom says:

          Which is the precise utility of throwing gays off a roof and it being socially understood that any man who was gay would have been thrown off a roof – the possibility of deep bonds between men; and bands of men with deep bonds between them are the most potent force in the world.

          A ruling class that mandates acceptance of homosexuality makes bonding between men impossible.

        • wtf says:


    • notglowing says:

      The comments on that video are great. Most agree with the Taliban

      • bomag says:


        It’s been a bad few months. I just got done rooting against the US women’s soccer team, and now I’m rooting for the Taliban.