How One Thing Leads to Another

Posted by Matt Nuenke on Wednesday, 17 November 2004 08:12.

A recurring theme amongst activists everywhere is “how do we meet our objectives?” Especially in eugenics, there is a great deal of angst about not being able to plan a movement and implement it. Therefore, I have spent a great deal of time thinking about how humans adopt their current ideologies and how to bring about change in the face of other activists pushing against our objectives. My conclusion is there is no simple plan of action, the best one can do is keep fighting for what one believes in, and hope for a break your way.

A new book addresses the issue of how change comes about: Critical Mass: How One Thing Leads To Another by Philip Ball, 2004 (available from Amazon.com for $17). Ball builds upon the field of emergence, complexity theory and self-organization. This field of research uses computer models, physics, and pattern matching to see if mathematical models can be used to tease out how cultural and political change comes about and how humans as well as gas molecules and snowflakes come upon taking on the patterns and shapes that they do. In essence, there are often times a hidden order, pattern, or mathematical model that underlies nature and human society. In understanding these patterns, as activists, we can better understand how change comes about.

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“The Nation Needs Her”, says Bush

Posted by leslie on Tuesday, 16 November 2004 22:45.

Transcript: Rice’s Testimony on 9/11

Thursday, April 8, 2004; 1:45 PM

LEHMAN: Were you aware that INS had been lobbying for years to get the airlines to drop the transit without visa loophole that enabled terrorists and illegals to simply buy a ticket through the transit-without- visa-waiver and pay the airlines extra money and come in?

RICE: I learned about that after September 11th.

LEHMAN: Were you aware that the INS had quietly, internally, halved its internal security enforcement budget?

RICE: I was not made aware of that. I don’t remember being made aware of that, no.

LEHMAN: Were you aware that it was the U.S. government established policy not to question or oppose the sanctuary policies of New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, San Diego for political reasons, which policy in those cities prohibited the local police from cooperating at all with federal immigration authorities?

RICE: I do not believe I was aware of that.

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Now ... let’s all sing along

Posted by Guessedworker on Tuesday, 16 November 2004 19:49.

No doubt the left looks with gloomy ingratitude upon the memory of A.C.Benson, who gave us the words for Land of Hope & Glory.  Likewise, Dr Henry Carey of National Anthem fame will not be admired among those who would prefer Prince William to marry an exotic flower of our, of course, always vibrant minorities.

As for James Thomson, his stirring Rule Britannia probably can’t be sung at all by anyone who has read as far as page 2 of Das Kapital.  Which isn’t all that many, actually.  I know.  I tried.

And, well, Russ Parker and Hughie Charles (There’ll always be an England) should be on Trevor Phillips little list.  Can’t say blacklist, of course, but you know what I mean.  A million marching feet … the Empire too, we can depend on you!  One must have been a fascist, the other a racist.  It’s perfectly obvious.

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Albion blocked

Posted by Guessedworker on Monday, 15 November 2004 14:00.

These are momentous times in Flanders.  My friend, Johan Van Vlaams, blogs below on the new beginning for pro-Flemish politics.

Meanwhile, I want to look backwards at the Vlaams Blok model.  Does it have a wider applicability?  What if any lessons does it hold for the benighted natives of my own country.  For the avoidance of doubt and in deference to my Scots friends I will restrict my observations in this respect to my own band of raiders south of the border.

The Blok took its character and drew its determination not from anything so nebulous as political ideals - or, God help us, values - but from the Flemish people themselves.  They are children of the North Sea coastal lands of Europe, cut from much the same cloth as the Anglo-Saxons, Danes and Normans who, with the Celts of the fringe, constitute the indigenous peoples of Great Britain.

But unlike us, the Flemish have, even under the multicultural onslaught and in the maw of the Belgian Establishment, retained sufficient self-knowledge and self-respect to found a liberation movement on national identity.

National identity in a European people, no less than any other, ought always to be contiguous with the nation state.  A discreetly related people is the heart and soul of nationhood.  But that nationhood is not merely diminished by the artificial conjunction of differing peoples with differing interests, it is permanently disfigured by the inevitable contest and still more inevitable one-sided outcome.

But there is an upside to this, too.  Ancient rivalries do speak to public feeling.  A people who suffer injustice are likely to be as mindful of their identity as any single-malt nation.  All too clearly, being gripped in the Belgian maw has served just such a purpose for the Flemish.  The Blok was all about that.

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Not just of Flemish interest

Posted by Johan Van Vlaams on Monday, 15 November 2004 10:59.

It was written in the skies that the Flemish political adventure which was Vlaams Blok would not end with the decision by the Court of Cassation last week. The Party Council, comprising delegates from one thousand local Blok chapters, voted at an extraordinary general meeting yesterday morning in Antwerp to disband their Party.  The next vote brought into being a new party: Vlaams Belang – in English, Flemish Interest.

The cost of this historical action is high, put at two million dollars by the old leadership.  But that is a small price for freedom of speech and thought in Flanders.

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Folly in Fallujah

Posted by leslie on Saturday, 13 November 2004 13:32.

“For an old bitch gone in the teeth,
For a botched civilization”

—Ezra Pound

“Freedom is God’s gift to humanity,” says President Bush.  If so, might God distinguish between a freedom for the Arab and that freedom for which the American army is fighting?  And might He, after Abu Ghraib, use some proxy other than the US military to effect Arab freedom?

The idea of God dispensing politics on the battle field is more redolent of Islam than Christianity.  Professing to be a religious man, President Bush ought to know that Christianity is concerned more with resisting temptation than crusading for “Democracy”, and the message about temptation is clear: resist it.  That goes for the sweet taste of dollar denominated crude - a mighty temptation, perhaps irresistible.  Like an apple.

Still, theology won’t deliver an American victory in Iraq. 

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The raw nerve of the liberal democrat

Posted by Phil Peterson on Saturday, 13 November 2004 10:11.

Steve Sailer has an article

at The American Conservative about how deeply Kerry was troubled by the information, statistically deduced by Charles Murray and Steve himself, that Bush has the higher IQ.

When Kerry insouciantly replied to Brokaw as if he didn’t care what he scored on a 90-minute exam 38 years ago, as if he believed that all that he had accomplished since then was the proper measure of the man, I was impressed.

But then Kerry broke the spell by quibbling about my research, “I don’t know how they’ve done it, because my record is not public. So I don’t know where you’re getting that from.” Evidently, IQ mattered to Kerry, too.

A few days later, Brokaw went on Don Imus’s radio show and revealed just how much it bugged Kerry that I had said Bush probably had a slightly higher IQ. After the cameras had stopped rolling, Kerry had rationalized to Brokaw, “I must have been drinking the night before I took that military aptitude test.” 

 

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Alberto Gonzalez and the new American Spoils System

Posted by leslie on Thursday, 11 November 2004 19:01.

The nomination of Alberto Gonzalez for Attorney General tells us much about the racial spoils system and the character of President George W. Bush.

In the old Republic federal jobs were filled by patronage, commonly known as the spoils system. Preference was shown to those owed favors or those with connections to elected officials. This system functioned openly, if not inefficiently, and with few complaints. British subjects may recall Prime Minister Palmerston effectively ran his government without a secretary. The spoils system ended when President Chester Arthur signed, in the year 1883, the Pendleton Act requiring merit as criteria for acquiring federal jobs.

Is today’s racial spoils system superior to yesterday’s patronage system?

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