by Neil Vodavzny
As you may gather from previous instalments, any alternative to a trillion dollar social-gadget-heavy future is likely to be more of a retro-futurism. The future as seen through the eyes and techniques of the recent past isn’t blindly led by the pied piper of virtual technology. Instead, it’s an artistic vision which, for reasons previously discussed, is truthful to our subconscious drives and what you might call “prejudices”.
There are some who call Zuckerberg a superman (or zuperman) for the times, but the will to succeed should never be confused with the will to power. An underlying problem is that humans tend to become too “attached”. I happened to get a box-set of the first series of The Outer Limits (1963) and the first instalment, The Galaxy Being, features a being from Andromeda composed of light-waves who is attracted by a frequency of radio-static emanating from an inventor’s shed. By some means he is materialized, but has to return to face the music (a transgression of Galactic protocol). “End of transmission” he intones, and blinks out. Replace the static with a time-machine peering into our future, and the same phrase might apply to switched-on Facebook drones.
The Twilight Zone (1959) and The Outer Limits came out of EC comics’ line of horror/weird sci-fi titles that were so influential, a commission on morals in the comics industry , led by the ludicrous Werther, found them pernicious. Hence we get the comics code authority and superhero explosion. The EC formula was faithfully followed by TZ and OL, with dark but truthful morality – no Hollywood endings. In The Man Who Was Never Born, the future may become “A dark and empty road” unless love conquers … and loses. The Bellero Shield is stylized and suggestive psycho-drama, seemingly written by a fan of Ibsen. A laser invention acts as a signal to another world. “I called it our Bifrost, our bridge to another world – and it is!” Ambitions are invariably thwarted by “The Human Factor”.
by Neil Vodavzny
I see steam-punk and pulp-fantasy as alternative futures to the bland tech-visions of silicon-valley. There seems to be some inherent dehumanising effect to a cyber-verse. I was looking at 2001, A Space Odyssey (1968) the other day, and realized all the space-ships were models and Bowman’s psychedelic trip through the Jupiter “stargate” was done by photographic effects. Checking with youtube confirmed it was an archaic slit-scan technique whereby a camera dollies towards a slit beyond which are slowly tracking matt jel-patterns. As the commentator says, it’s a spatial/temporal illusion that fits the journey.
This real, visceral quality is sorely lacking in CGI, which always looks like a very good fake. I’d go so far as to say the best sci-fi is retro-futurism , not where we seem headed for, but the future as seen through the eyes and techniques of the past. The awesomeness of 2001 is almost all visceral – the 18th century drawing room where Bowman’s pod alights, the geometrical floor seemingly suspended in space, the monolith you can almost touch.. You almost get religion.
The closest filmic approximation might be Watchmen, also a retro-futurism set in the cold war era, where Dr Manhattan becomes a simultaneous space-time entity, as apparently does Bowman (Starchild). Snyder’s film version’s OK, but doesn’t have the Moore/Gibbons comic’s fantastic sense of hyper-realism. It seems to me, old-fashioned craftwork always has the edge owing to the artist’s ability to physically render and manipulate materials – it’s real, basically. Comic books are perhaps best served by CGI if only because it literally transcribes what’s on the page, so for a fan it’s a fair deal. But the original creative impulse comes from the traditional craftwork – the new X-Men mega-buster Days Of Future Past is born of a mere several issue series by Claremont/Byrne that caught the imagination.
Stop the NATO warmongers!
Against the background of the escalating situation in Ukraine and the growing threat of a military confrontation on the eastern flank of NATO, the NPD [National Democratic Party of Germany] calls responsibility of the Union and Western influence organizations in memory. Considering a more than twenty years of subversion of the West in Ukraine and a a multi-billion dollar support for pro-Western and anti-Russian groups, the Western warnings of further escalation are pure hypocrisy.
While the mass media and established parties in unison exacerbate the line against Russia and threaten with sanctions, the NPD as the only real opposition party in the Federal Republic calls for an immediate stop of Western meddling in Ukraine and further provocations to the address of Russia.
NPD´s vice-chairman Karl Richter declared: „Against the background of another Syrian-type crisis provoked by the West, the NPD calls on all responsible citizens of our country to raise their voice now against NATO´s blatant and unconstitutional war policy, which Germany, too, directly exposes the danger of a military threat. With this, the NPD is positioning itself once again as the only credible peace party in the Federal Republic. As German patriots we say ´No´ to Intervention and destabilization of NATO in Eastern Europe! The reminders of the West to the address of Russia are hypocritical and mendacious – since the end of the Cold War, it is primarily the U.S. and its vassals who regularly kick about the national sovereignty and territorial integrity of other countries.
The fact, that the German Federal government is following the war course of the U.S. uncritically and makes Germany knowingly the deploy area of Western forces shows the world once again that the Federal Republic is occupied territory without national freedom of action. We demand the withdrawal of all Western forces from German soil and an immediate halt to any Western intervention in Eastern Europe!“
Munich, 4 March, 2014
Pretty odd title for any utopia, no doubt, seeing as utopias are seemingly perfect. Luckily this is no utopia, more of an alternate vision to the one dreamt-up by silicon-valley. There is a school of thought that the perfection sought by Apple’s philosophy is doomed to failure because not only does life’s interest lie in its imperfection, but its essence. Without the Dionysian urge, the creative spirit is dulled and the body languishes in ennui.
Such an ethos is often most apparent in pulp fantasy (of the 30s on). Men and women truly thrive in the maelstrom of epic struggle, roaming through quaint kingdoms and fantastic islands. Whilst reality can’t hope to compete with such exotic vistas, there is a sense in which the worlds of romantic dreamers have far more in common with history and prehistory than our own. The societies of heroic sci-fi/fantasy are real in the sense they pit people against people, ethos against ethos, in fully-imagined landscapes of group-oriented settings, whether it’s Heinlein’s hippy-ethos (Stranger in a Strange Land), le Guin’s pastoral Earthsea, Howard’s Hyboria.
Essentially, any society is group-oriented, neither wholly individual nor wholly egalitarian. This never is a conflict-free zone, since obviously that would be dullsville. More to the point, in order to have any group dynamic worthy of the name, instead of just individuals in a melange, societies have some autonomy. That’s obviously why heroic fantasies imagine city-states, unique tech-design, rural resources. Imaginary societies are very well put-together whereas real-life present-tense ones aren’t.
Anti-Racism is not innocent, far from innocent, it is prejudiced, it is hurting and it is killing people. It is an impossible, pure Cartesian ideal, prohibiting necessary social perceptual grouping and accountable discrimination accordingly.
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 03:02 AM in Activism, Anti-racism and white genocide, Genetics & Human Bio-Diversity, Linguistics, Marxism & Culture War, Social Conservatism
I thought it would be fun to highlight this liberal media shambles:
Nick Grimshaw is a BBC Radio One DJ. Radio One is the the BBC music station aimed at the teenage demographic. He took over the premier slot on the station, the breakfast show in 2012 and the BBC have relentlessly pushed him as a ‘star’ to a degree I’ve never seen before with R1. However the net audience has crumbled during his tenure:
One obvious problem, which the BBC cannot address, is that he is openly gay. The primary target of the station is teenagers/young adults. And teenage boys really don’t like to be seen endorsing that sort of thing. So that’s a major portion of the audience alienated right there. In effect they’ve thrown away any serious audience among normal teenage boys below the age of about 18. Thus Grimshaw could never succeed in his mission.
Not content with this Grimshaw has now entered a Twitter war with a member of boy band du jour One Direction and by extension their fans - overwhelmingly teenage girls. (See first link) And they represent the other major slice of his intended audience. Grimshaw (and the BBC?) seem to think this spat with hormonal teenage girls can be won by whining about ‘homophobia’. Well done Nick and well done BBC!
It’s always amusing for us to watch the main liberal players in these events twisting and turning, caught on the hook of reality.
by Neil Vodavzny
In these post-Enlightenment days the signs are ominous, regardless of facts A to Z. Nowhere is this more apparent than with theory-mongers of Anthropogenic Global Warming. I intend to bypass all that rigmarole and cut to the chase.
In order to make sense of the weather, we know it’s divided into 4 seasons. We also know there are 2 equinoxes (day and night of equal length with sun crossing the equator) and solstices (sun furthest from equator). We know there are longer cycles that precipitate glaciations.
I jest; the odd thing is each side thinks they’re right for the reason they’re so clever at sorting through all the noise to get to the “real” information that tells them sunspots, AGW, capitalist conspiracy ... are to blame.
I happened upon this BBC page the other day:
Halfway down the page is a ‘case study’.
Leaving aside the obvious statistical reality that teenagers are always a minority, Becky knows that most teenagers are regular, well behaved people. Which tells us she knows which teenagers are not. So, Becky, fancy posting in the comments here at MR and telling us precisely which members of the teenage demographic are responsible for the stabbing, the hoodie or gun crime that’s always on the news.
Reports of the grave escalation of violence in Kiev’s iconic Independence Square, the Maidan, have contained references to “hard-line” and “neo-nazi” nationalists manning the barricades against assault by the riot police, and acting as the military wing of the protest. These guys are operating under an umbrella group named Pravy Sektor (Right Sector). Nationalists in the West have become accustomed to viewing Putin’s Russia both as a bulwark against the expansionism of the European Union and a proponent of traditional Russian values against the bromides of Western liberty and decadence. But Ukraine has its folk memories of the decades of Soviet rule ... of the Holodomir ... of the young men conscripted into the Red Army to be cannon fodder for the Wehrmacht ... of the arrests and deportations and disappearances into the gulag system ... of Chernobyl. The nationalist movement wants neither a Ukrainian future in the arms of Russia nor the European Union, and it is supplying men to fight for that right now in the Maidan at the cost of their liberty and, for some, their lives.
In no particular order here are a few passages from press articles that have appeared over the last few weeks about these “hard-liners” and “neo-nazis”. Their thinking seems clear and their instincts pretty good to me.
From The Guardian:
by Neil Vodavzny
… says Gerald Warner (prev), and the question is what does he know, what secrets is he privy to? The answer is he’s saying what his ideology is telling him, namely that through investment in technique human life is made cosier. Thus does social capitalism trample everything underfoot in its pursuit of comfort. Unfortunately, the natural order is not built on comfort but on antagonism – predator-prey relationships, harvests, seasons. This is the world of action.
It’s worth pursuing this dichotomy. In comments to the recent piece on the new hostility evident in the Daily Telegraph editorial line, DanielS asks where are the true Right? (when you need them). Civilized living indeed is cosy, no more so than at royal courts. Prince Charles sometimes gets criticism for his eco-centric values for speaking from a life of privilege. In that link to the Telegraph, they have in ‘parenthesis’ that William and Harry had returned from a wild boar hunt in Spain, implying some degree of contradiction.
Why? Because it’s not a comfortable or cosy thing to hunt down wild beasts (not quite Atten-bore). Prince Philip in a recent interview with Fiona Bruce, when asked why he was a conservationist but not a Green, referred to “fluffy bunny huggers”. He was clearly thinking game-keepers and grouse-shoots on Scottish heather. King Juan Carlos is in perpetual sin-mode for his hunting safaris – how sickening to slaughter such proud beasts (not the royals, the buffalo etc), que no?
by Neil Vodavzny
We are told by no less an authority than Jeremy Warner, the Telegraph’s business editor, that:
They’ve been telling us that since the Luddites were displaced from their spinning-jennies. By relating this mantra to the Mad Max franchise – and specifically Beyond Thunderdome (1985) – I will endeavour to show that the machine-age generates conspiracies by virtue of the fact that it displaces peoples into a no-man’s land. The habit of the mind is to plant seeds of doubt to occupy the negative space.
This has already partially been approached in “Mythical Action” (and sequels). That is to say, myths are predicated on action which is antagonistic, involving predator-prey relationships, harvests, seasons. A world without action (in that sense) has no myths and therefore in the mythical sense doesn’t exist.
However, myths belong in a fantasy-world, which is why I’ve argued that superheroes are more real than reality in that sense. They have the moral authority notoriously absent in conflicts of unfathomable motivations where the action we see are not morally comprehensible in the sense of good versus evil, fidel versus infidel. A lot of this is down to social capitalist ideology crawling like an omnivorous slug round the planet, leaving a trail of destruction wherever it roams. Meaning, the global money-machine that tramples traditions, and I suppose doesn’t generally benefit living systems, as opposed to monetary systems. How can the moneys invested in such a desolate cause be put to any moral use?
This paradox is indirectly the subject of the third instalment of Mad Max – second only to Planet of the Apes (1968) in the sci-fi allegory stakes - set in a de-fosilised steam-punk dystopia where machines have run silent since the last saurian carbon-reserve was consumed. Exactly what powers the renegades’ gambling-den of Barter-Town is succinctly put by Tina Turner’s Auntie Entity:
There is a common perception among participants in the thread wars at the Daily Telegraph that an era of some fairly rich pickings is at an end. The editorial line is moving inexorably leftward. The moderation is becoming obsessive and has nothing whatsoever to do with house rules any more. Genuinely right of centre bloggers are leaving. Absurdly leftist academics and outright anti-racists are being provided with platforms.
A number of things could be going on. For one, there is a new American boss who is expected to deliver some exciting and hitherto undreamt of digital future to the Telegraph Media Group. And that is notwithstanding the fact that the Telegraph, probably alone among nationals in Britain, delivers a healthy £60 million profit, mainly from its print titles. Apparently, Jason Seiken is very keen on bottom-up revolutions – meaning it’s the troops who have to come up with creative suggestions for their own areas of activity. Whether the collective stampede to the left is a nervy reaction to that one cannot say. I guess it is more likely than a top-down directive to take the paper to the left, given Seiken’s dislike for that kind of management.
On that basis, Damian Thompson’s truly pathetic mimicry of the lower end of UKIPer commentary does not bode well for his understanding of what the word “creative” might mean. It was Thompson who invited the Hope Not Hate sympathiser Matthew Goodwin and his pal from Manchester, Robert Ford, to begin a blog titled UkipWatch. Two more petty academics have now joined Ford in a polling blog, evidently for the run-in to the May elections.
These creatures aside, the rest of the writing slate is looking markedly unTelegraph-like. Liberal leftists and outright socialists now jostle with goody two-shoes Tory boys. Readers are expected to regard Douglas Carswell and Daniel Hannan as anti-Establishment figures. It’s all a long way from the promise exhibited by Ed West a couple of years ago, and by Delingpole til the present, of course
Added to this, the switch to the full DISQUS format has entailed more intrusive word-blocking. The moderation has become very tetchy (with some hyper-sensitive protection of the Chosen by, I think, one moderator – a single frank sentence will earn you a ban). I have the feeling that a fair number of nationalists working the DT threads have given up already, and repaired to less problematic sites. There is quite a bit of talk among anti-AGW types today on the final Delingpole thread of giving up on the DT and leaving it to its two AGW fanatics, Geoffrey Lean and Jenny Jones.
It may be that we are victims of our own success, and the shift leftward represents an angry turn against discourse the liberal mind simply cannot deal with. I guess we must have seriously pissed off a lot of people who thought they had control of the ideology, and would never be challenged. How much we have changed reader perceptions I cannot begin to say. Probably very little. There is an argument that newspaper threads are not as useful as propaganda tools as we might like to think. At the same time, we don’t have anything else.
So what to do? Well, carry on for the present. But keep a watching brief on the unfolding hostility of the DT editors and mods. The story might change after the elections, if UKIP don’t do well as expected. If they do, of course, we can expect the panic at Central Office to reach down into the house magazine, and life to remain difficult for the foreseeable future.
by Neil Vodavzny
I’m replying to comments indirectly as there’s a lot of ground to cover, some of it left-field (my favourite). It is remarkable the number of similarities between Apocalypto (Gibson) – set in a re-imagined Mayan kingdom at the time of the Conquistadors – and the original Conan film of 1980 (Milius), based on Robert E Howard’s prehistoric Hyborian age of bejewelled kingdoms and barbarians.
Apart from the visual resemblances which I’ll get to, they are worlds of spirits and living gods. Over the course of Apocalypto, Jaguar Paw becomes imbued with the spirits of the jungle, enduring swamps and racing through greenery, his naked skin changing colour accordingly, using mud, hornets’ nests, poison toads, blow-darts as weapons to defeat Zero Wolf and his henchmen. He calls on the forest to give him strength, which it does.
Conan may be of a less superstitious bent, but when the ‘living god of Set’, Thoth Amon, tells him, “I am your father, you are nothing without me”, his resolve is almost fatally compromised. Milius’s theme is that his belief in the power of his sword-arm is stronger than the superstitions of Set-worshippers, but without his belief he is still nothing.
Both heroes are primeval, in living close to nature and relying on their wits. In other words, they are savagery personified, highly intelligent and resourceful, almost the Superman of Nietzsche’s poem, physically and mentally coordinated with surroundings, mind attuned to a pitch of keenness unknown to modern Man.
You really have to have read Howard to get a sense of the zest. These men are the best that nature has to offer, irrespective of race or creed. They are warriors born, and you get the same feeling from Braveheart and Spartan epic 300.
All of these societies, of whatever era, are tiered. So you have peasants living with the land, aristocracy or Squires (landowners), kings or rulers. This is very apparent in the look of both films, obviously with hamlets and hovels dotting the landscape. The journey through ford and forest to the great Mayan city is a ferocious contrast, a pell-mell fandango of fantastical body-ornament, dancers, drummers and pitiless crowds, through which the hapless sacrifices are led up the steps of a giant pyramid to where the demi-god sits, where their living hearts are dutifully torn out by the high-priest of Kukulcan.
Along with White Leftism, The White Class and other useful theoretical tools that Jews abuse and obfuscate as they direct White identity into the foibles of the Right.
This discussion will have a fringe benefit of provoking and flushing-out those who are not truly concerned with our people.
This essay is to be something of a summing-up and clarification:
“You alone are uncontingent my friend. I would counsel epistemic humility”
Thus, in background to this essay:
Posted by DanielS on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 07:42 PM in Activism, Anti-racism and white genocide, Awakenings, Ethnicity and Ethnic Genetic Interests, European culture, Far Right, Genetics & Human Bio-Diversity, Immigration and Politics, Journalism, Liberalism & the Left, Race realism, Social Sciences, The American right, The Proposition Nation
Continuing our emphasis on myth, here is Tom Sunic speaking at the last London New Right forum last Saturday. Religions and hoaxes, liberalism, holocaustism, Georges Sorel, gods and Titans ... it’s all there. He is introduced by Jez Turner.
by Neil Vodavzny
Democracy, as everyone knows, is a Greek invention. Nevertheless, their societies were just as much under the influence of the irrational as was medieval Europe. Signs and portents (check comic-book film 300), Delphic oracles, patron spirits and the gods themselves gazed with disdain on Man’s attempts to establish rational civilization. To counter the Apollonian light was Dionysian superstition and revelry. To the Greeks, pure order and rationality was not in the way of the divine muse. This also was the view of Christendom – until the Enlightenment. So, in fact, all societies bar our own recognize the irrational nature of being.
The more Talking Heads try to rationalise cyber-culture, the more irrational forces accumulate. Conversely, an irrational belief-system may create common-sense, simplified societies that may appear fairly rational (to an alien observer). See also this:
Why is this? Partly because information is tending towards the same cyber-flows, whether it’s genetic, global-markets, social-nets, advertising – it’s all information. Reality in essence is antagonistic, so the way to construct a sensible order is to recognize it and make sense of it via poetry and myth (or religion, which is a similar thing).
by Neil Vodavzny
By dint of a being a long-time comics fan (as well as a failed writer, though I do a fine-line in comics-themed mosaics if anyone’s interested), one gets imbued with the virtues of simplicity, not only in storytelling but more everyday things such as racial stereotyping or, as I prefer to call it, ethnicity, since that can apply to way of life, history, origins..as with Scottish dialect, say.
Even language is simplified if it’s dialect – Moira MacTaggert of X-Men just has to say the odd “och” or “dinna” and the art and story do the rest (past master John Byrne still hasn’t been bettered for taut line-work, by the way – nothing to excess). Actions are simplified, even if words aren’t. If words get complex, it’s often not clear what if any action or event they refer to.
The press are wont to say suchlike as, “There’s been an increase in anti-English racism in Scotland” – what does that mean? Both countries are relatively interbred, so the word race is just a redundant usage by the anti-racism establishment. In this case, anti-English means precisely what it says – mode of speech and possibly of exchange! It’s very clear what that means and anyone with the slightest imagination could conjure-up a mind’s eye picture of the interaction (or headbutt, Jimmy).
The first chapter of another of my books that will never be written. A fiction today. But one hopes that one day the important parts of it will be fact.
“The Court will hear your opening statement if you please, Mr Truscott-Brown,” announced the presiding chief justice in perfectly fluent but by no means native English. For that was to be the only language spoken in the room during the next three days. No translators would be whispering into microphones, no one in Court would be hurriedly adjusting his or her earpiece to catch some mangled phrase. This was an entirely English, or British, affair except that it was taking place at the Hague before one judge from Alsace, another from Heidelberg, and a third from Uppsala, all of whom had forgone the privilege of hearing the proceedings in their native tongue.
“Thank you, your Honour,” came the reply in ringing received pronunciation. George Truscott-Brown QC OBE, lead advocate for the plaintiff, eternal renegade and inveterate fighter of lost causes, peered over his glasses at the unknown quantity which was the bench. He steadied himself inwardly and, with a final, ever so slightly uncertain pat of the neat rectangle of papers on the table in front of him, began his work for the day.
“Learned judges will be fully aware that this is a complex and, in some quarters, controversial action which presents a number of tests for the 1948 Convention. If the plaintiff is successful at this review, a subsequent plenary hearing may set precedent in several areas of high significance for the jurisdiction and practise of the ICC and to future interpretation of Article 2.
“Mindful, therefore, of the profound responsibility which would weigh upon the trial judges, it is our intention, at the kind invitation of the Office of the Prosecutor, to present you with the greatest possible wealth of evidence and legal argument within the time available to us. It is our firm belief that all of the former will be ruled admissable and the latter applicable, and that your Honours will be led to the only possible conclusion that the Court must grant the Prosecutor leave to investigate the complicity of those individuals named in the Court papers.”
A-Symmetry as Semiotic of European Evolutionary Advance
His colleagues noted that some species of crabs have asymmetrical appendages, one being larger than the other, but when one of the pair was lost, another grew back in mirror image to the other. To this they were disposed to ask, how did the crab gain symmetry?
Through the extended analysis, Bateson hypothesized that his colleagues had been asking the wrong question. They should rather have been asking, “how did the crab lose asymmetry?”
It was in fact, in the course of this very investigation into the biological laws of symmetry that William Bateson first coined the term “genetics.”
The rule by itself is not of particular relevance to our concerns for European ontology and nationalism. However, steps taken in ecological and cybernetic analysis and arrival at Bateson’s rule of morphology do have significant implications, suggesting hypotheses for semiotics of ecological (and ontological) correction - including of human ecology.
Posted by DanielS on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 06:29 PM in Activism, Anthropology, Anti-racism and white genocide, Art & Design, Conservatism, Demographics, Environmentalism & Global Warming, Ethnicity and Ethnic Genetic Interests, Genetics & Human Bio-Diversity, Origin of Man, Social Sciences, The Ontology Project, White Nationalism
by Neil Vodavzny
Lest anyone thinks I’m a one-trick-pony, or some sort of idle dreamer, let’s get a bit more pragmatic, namely democratic. Behind every good democracy is an idea, whether it’s Israel – the chosen place, if not race – or the US ideal. Behind every bad democracy is a heavy machine of idle bureaucracy – men of inaction and fewer ideas.
Speaking of which, did anyone catch this in the Telegraph by Tim Stanley on Theo Roosevelt?
Tim must be a straight-A student because this is an exercise in misdirection on a cosmic scale. First of all, statements like, “I don’t go so far as to think that the only good Indians are dead Indians, but I believe nine out of 10 are, and I shouldn’t like to inquire too closely into the case of the 10th“ are par for the course. Which was how the west was won. Chief Seattle wasn’t yet recognized as a prophet for nature’s poison trail. Indians lived with nature, the white man lived against nature, so the one was obviously stronger than the other. Such anachronistic sentiments reflect nothing on Theo. Moving on to his power-mania, “I believe in power… The biggest [presidential] matters I managed without consultation with anyone, for when a matter is of capital importance, it is well to have it handled by one man only… I don’t think that any harm comes from the concentration of power in one man’s hands.“
Jimmy Marr hits the headlines again:
Diversity is anti-white?
Celebrations of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in Springfield and Eugene had big turnouts today, but it looks like you can’t celebrate MLK without a racist-type or two showing up. A bagpipe-playing kilt-wearing couple serenaded Springfield today while wielding a sign saying “‘Diversity’ is a code word for white genocide.”
EW has heard allegations that this is the same man who hung the banner over I-5 in Springfield in September 2013 that read “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white” and that the man in question intends to run for mayor. Anyone know if those allegations are true?
Golden Dawn New York’s website has a post of video interviews with Greeks at a Golden Dawn food distribution in Athens (before Christmas, by the sound of it). It is humbling to hear their righteous anger and expressions of faith in the only party that is fighting for them.
by Neil Vodavzny
Non-cultural signs apply to nature, and are found in myth, ie, mytho-culture
Example from folk lyrics of ethnicity with non-cultural signs
There you have blood red, moon, sea and land (antagonistic opposites), storm, all non-cultural signs with mythic significance. The moon is often associated with the chaos of a storm, or in Joseph Campbells’ terminology a cosmic serpent (incidentally, the Odyssey must contain many such signs and portents). That implies all myths have non-cultural signs, which is why they’re iconic in an absolute sense and not the relative or conventional one of language and culture. This is what I call mythic-culture, being common to all cultures so, in a sense, outside culture.
John Shotter’s “Social Accountability and the Social Construction of ‘You”
Posted by DanielS on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 09:15 AM in Activism, Awakenings, Education, European culture, European Nationalism, Free Speech, Political Philosophy, Popular Culture, Psychology, Science & Technology, Social Conservatism, Social liberalism, Social Sciences, The Ontology Project, White Nationalism
White Genocide Project
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Two critical questions that remain unanswered:
1) How does one come to identify with a group?
2) What are the environmental triggers of oxytocin?
“Ethnic identity” predicts experimental pain sensitivity. Make that racial differences.
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