[Long Read] Andrew Joyce reviews Josh Neal’s new book, 'American Extremist' by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: Until I read this review I confess I was unaware of the work of Josh Neal or the drama surrounding his doxing. Joyce's praise for American Extremist, my distrust of psychological theorizing notwithstanding, suggests it would be a useful addition to the nationalist library:

Josh Neal’s American Extremist is a vast, wide-ranging, nuanced, and incredibly thoughtful treatise on the decline of American society and the rise of political extremism. The book is a product of a tremendous amount of study and effort, and it will require a similar level of study and effort from the reader if the fullest extent of its wisdom is to be extracted.

It’s a book to be read and re-read, and I believe that, since we unfortunately may be shackled to neoliberalism and its ideological poisons for some time, it will continue to be of the utmost relevance. Its author is to be congratulated and thanked in equal measure.

Neal also discussed his book with Keith Woods.

I haven't listened to it yet but the comments are positive.

France Cracks Down On Generation Identitaire, And Creates A New Star (With bonus video) by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: A further report on Generation Identitaire, this time from VDare.

I am making a new post rather than adding this to u/lolhedabbin's post as I wanted to draw attention to the video which shows activists symbolically reasserting the border between Spain and France at the Col du Portillon in the Pyrenees.

While blogging, producing podcasts, and writing articles are important, it is great to see people standing up and asserting themselves.

Despite the non-violent and symbolic nature of the protest it has clearly rattled the French authorities which are using it as the rationale, to dissolve the organization.

Coca-Cola Gives Employees a Course on How to “Be Less White” | Anglin knocks it out of the park with his critique of critical race theory. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: A longer article that usual from The Daily Stormer in which Anglin points out the ridiculousness of critical race theory and also how destructive it is to people's sense of well being.

I am enjoying watching Anglin mature as a writer. On a good day he can be extremely funny and he has a sharp eye for satire. At the same time he has an ability to express complex ideas in simple terms. I notice that he is now being published on The Unz Review and hope that this will encourage him to produce work of a higher quality.

TN 384: Talent on Loan from Yahweh, Long podcast on the (((Sackler))) family and the opioid family by SecureTheInevitable in debatealtright

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For some reason the OxyContin scandal really upsets me. It is sheer the ugliness of seeing people use their medical training (and status) not to help people but to enrich themselves.

I am incrediably grateful for the dissidents who document this abuse and also for Kevin MacDonald for providing them a platform. I really admire their courage.

Ultimately we need to move beyond documentation to redressing the harm the system has inflicted. What path that journey will take is difficult to tell.

TN 384: Talent on Loan from Yahweh, Long podcast on the (((Sackler))) family and the opioid family by SecureTheInevitable in debatealtright

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They should interview Eric Striker: he did an article about the Sackler family a while back. He also did a podcast with David Duke on the subject; it seems however to have vanished from the Internet.

For those who like reading, The Occidental Observer also had an article containing a number of useful links.

The Occidental Observer:

The undeniable fact is that [the people dying] have been mostly from the white working and lower middle class from rural and deindustrialized regions. The governing elite and oligarch macro-decision makers have quietly dismissed this sector of the country as ‘surplus’.

The victims or their surviving family members have no chance of redress for the widespread malpractice and greed that led to their addiction or death. The government as a whole and the oligarch-controlled mass media have deliberately failed to document and investigate the deep causes for the epidemic, except to spout the usual superficial ‘clichéd explanation.' [Cont...]

Reading this, I am appalled by the chain of corruption that runs from the Sacklers themselves to the so called "doctors" who regard their patients as nothing more than a means to enrich themselves. The fact there is no legal redress also shows how broken the system is.

Edit: More articles on the opioid crisis and the Sackler family's complicity at TOO

Edit II: s/TheRightStuffBiz is a dormant sub but people sometimes post links to various podcasts there — It is worth checking out.

In South Africa the whites-only town of Orania is booming. (Article is from 2019) by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: It is easy to romanticize a place I have never visited but I always enjoy reading about Orania and the ability of a group of Afrikaners to defend their traditional way of life in the teeth of both national and international opposition.

More information on Wikipedia.

The french state in the process of dissolving Generation Identitaire by lolhedabbin in debatealtright

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Jared Taylor discusses the proposed ban in his latest podcast. His comments on thei situation in France begins at 42:45.

Help Save Generation Identity:

Jared Taylor calls on European listeners to attend a rally in Paris this Saturday to protest the ban on GI. Taylor also talks about foreign aid, Laura Loomer, Larry Krasnor, Proud Puffs, Vice Chancellor Nishan Canagarajah, and three unspeakable murders.

Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70 by cisheteroscum in debatealtright

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I try hard but can't think of a single boomer conservative I respect or agree with. All they seem to do is shill for corporations.

Sadly I am not sure if the current generation of politicians is going to be any better. I feel we are entering a dark age.

Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70 by cisheteroscum in debatealtright

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Counter Currents has obituary examining his legacy from the perspective of the dissident right.

Counter Currents:

You can know a man a lot by his critics. Liberal publications shrieked in unison that Limbaugh made America and conservatism worse on his death day. They complained he was too racist, sexist, crude, bombastic, and even entertaining for them to respect.

[Snip...]

This universal opinion is why the Dissident Right should respect Limbaugh. Millions of our people turned to him to escape from mainstream media programming... He didn’t necessarily direct his listeners in the right direction, but his message was far better than CNN.

[Snip...]

Limbaugh offered them an alternative... For millions of Americans, Limbaugh was the first person to tell them that immigration threatened our country and demographics matter. He told them to not trust the mainstream media, which is a virtue in our age of hate hoaxes. Just think of how many people would think Trayvon Martin was an innocent boy if it weren’t for conservative media. [Cont...]

Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70 by cisheteroscum in debatealtright

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The comments thread is, as always, worth skimming for content. This comment by John Regan (comment #145) summarized my own feelings about Anglin.

Unz:

The way I see Anglin, his history and his own writings show that he is an erratic and unstable fellow at best, with a complete disregard for human decency and truth. A lone wolf, and a loose cannon. On the other hand, he is also a propagandist of genuine genius, with a crude but shrewd sense of humor, and his very contrariness and anti-social fearlessness at least sometimes paradoxically coincide to make him one of the most effective truthsayers in this age when the lie has become established convention.

In pop-culture terms, you might say he is somewhat like what the Joker would be if he lived in the world of 1984. Only since Anglin is an online personality, he can be much more over the top than a cartoon character like the Joker, who has to stay somewhat vaguely realistic and plausible for the readers to accept him.

Which is to say, I wouldn’t want Anglin in any sort of position of real authority over me or mine, but I could recognize him as the iconoclast and firebrand he had found his proper niche as circa 2016. (Cont...)

I often wonder if the erratic quality of Anglin's content isn't due to overwork. Hopefully more mainstream exposure, if Unz.com can be described as that, will encourage him to produce more nuanced content.

A Great article for anyone homesteading or living on a family farm by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: My father always maintained that Rome declined when the aristocracy, disillusioned with the complexities of civic life, retired to their country estates to live out lives largely devoted to self interest.

This article, largely a review of Victor Davis Hanson's The Other Greeks, The Family Farm and the Agrarian Roots of Western Civilization, provides a useful corrective and shows how homesteading, from the Greek period onwards, played an important role in forming Western identity.

Euro Canadian:

It was the phenotypically white Greeks in ancient times who originated "the idea of a privately held plot of land attached...in perpetuity to a single farm-family or oikos." Independent farmers were the ones who brought (at the beginning of the polis period) "a transformation in the mind, a radical change of attitude, as farmers learned to invest their efforts in the land in an entirely novel way."

It was the yeomen farmers who brought an "alteration in the Greek mentality [which] involved a new ideology of work derived from land ownership... an idea that manual labor, time spent on the soil, was both intrinsically ennobling... [in contrast] to the well known aristocratic dislike of manual labor and widespread presence of chattel slavery." Having ownership and control over one's land encouraged individualism and free will in the sense that farmers were responsible for making their own decisions and initiating through trial and error new methods of farming. [Cont...]

As my country (New Zealand) is transformed through immigration civic engagement becomes less and less appealing. I can see the attraction (felt by the Romans) of retreating to the hinterland.

Ireland needs four million migrants to sustain State pension system by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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Keith Woods discusses Ireland's enthusiasm for neo-liberalism in the video below:

He argues that the colonial legacy left a society that lacked confidence and thus is always attempting to define itself by outside criteria; first the English, then Catholicism, and now multiculturalism.

Angela Nagle makes a similar argument in her article:

Ireland needs four million migrants to sustain State pension system by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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An excellent article on the transformation of Ireland here. The focus is on the role Jewish activism plays in ensuring Ireland becomes "other than white" but Andrew Joyce's description of the destructive effects of multiculturalism and the collusion of MSM are also worth reading.

The Occidental Observer:

Between 2002 and 2016, the proportion of the Irish population born abroad rose from 5.8% to more than 17%.[2]

Given the relatively small population of Ireland, if the current pace of immigration persists, the Irish stand to be overwhelmed in their ancient homeland in the coming decades. The biggest increases have come in the form of growing numbers of Pakistanis, Romanian gypsies, Afghans (an increase of 212% on the previous census), and Syrians (an increase of 199% on the previous census). Ireland has also become home to a large and rapidly growing African population, which has been described by University College Dublin academic Philip O’Connell as being mired in “exceptionally high unemployment rates.” [Cont...]

The links in John Derbyshire's post are also instructive:

Looking for online link to video, White Rabbit's "In their own words, White Genocide is Real" by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Incredible.

It is mostly consists of footage taken from the MSM although there is some raw footage of the aftermath of several of the Muslim terrorist attacks that occurred within Europe. It's not even really a documentary, more a useful collection of clips that could be used by anyone wanting to illustrate an article or make their own video.

Supressing any mention, or discussion, of the ongoing destruction of Western culture isn't going to make the problem go away — it's only going to exacerbate it.

[Podcast] How Did Things Get So Bad: Explaining the decline of the West | Guide to Kulchur, Mark Weber as guest (02:04:00) by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: Frodi Midjord discusses the problems facing contemporary Western society with the historian Mark Weber on his popular Guide to Kulchur podcast.

Most of the subject matter covered will be familiar to members of this sub but Mark and Frodi are eloquent speakers which makes this podcast worthwhile.

Further podcasts can be found here:

Mark Weber's organization, Institute for Historical Review also has an extensive archive of audio material.

New Murdoch Murdoch- Guardians of the Rune by ifuckredditsnitches_ in debatealtright

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Murdoch-Murdoch.net is also up again:

So it turns out Gamestop shares were over issued. Additionally APMEX has shut down silver trading (oy vey let us get into our secure positions first goys!). AND....Story Time... by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright

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Various people are suggesting one of the reasons the industry has been so determined not to let the public profit from GME is that Wall Street has been caught counterfeiting shares which (like counterfeiting money) is extremely illegal and would mean that, if prosecuted, some major industry players would be on the hook.

Counterfeiting Stock:

Illegal naked shorting and stock manipulation are two of Wall Street's deep, dark secrets. These practices have been around for decades and have resulted in trillions of dollars being fleeced from the American public by Wall Street. In the process, many emerging companies have been put out of business. This report will explain the magnitude of this problem, how it happens, why it has been covered up and how short sellers attack a company. It will also show how all of the participants; the short hedge funds, the prime brokers and the Depository Trust Clearing Corp. (DTCC)—make unconscionable profits while the fleecing of the small American investor continues unabated.

Why is This Important? This problem affects the investing public. Whether invested directly in the stock market or in mutual funds, IRAs, retirement or pension plans that hold stock — it touches the majority of Americans. The participants in this fraud, which, when fully exposed, will make Enron look like child's play, have been very successful in maintaining a veil of secrecy and impenetrability.

Congress and the SEC have unknowingly (?) helped keep the closet door closed. The public rarely knows when its pocket is being picked as unexplained drops in stock price get chalked up to “market forces” when they are often market manipulations. [Cont...]

This and further evidence was detailed in a WSB post yesterday that laid out the fraud. It made it to the front page of Reddit; and would have been seen by hundreds and thousands of people, including anyone who was on WSB at the time, as well as members of the MSM where on the site. Wall Street's crimes are well known, whether anyone will do anything about them is another matter.

"The White Scare" speech by Mike Peinovich by user2321 in debatealtright

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He is certainly a more rousing speaker than POTUS

In case you missed the GME drama that is going on at the moment here is a video explaining how r/WallStreetBets is taking millions of dollars from an aggressive (and unethical) hedge fund. [25:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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LOL The Financial Times just linked WSB to the alt-right in an attempt to discredit them.

It would be hilarious if the alt-right really were taking down Wall Street (like a Murdoch Murdoch meme writ large) but WSB is fiercely apolitical. It is probably more libertarian than identarian.

In case you missed the GME drama that is going on at the moment here is a video explaining how r/WallStreetBets is taking millions of dollars from an aggressive (and unethical) hedge fund. [25:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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It is class war: The poor eat the rich (if only a little)

(Link is to a WSB post in which a Redditor explains why for him it is personal)

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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After reading this thread I went down an Internet rabbit hole. Through pure synchronicity I came across the following paragraph in an article on mountaineering of all things.

Planet Mountain:

[Democracy] requires an educated and informed electorate which is not only absent in all Third World counties but the United States as well. The United States was conceived as a republic, but public opinion mostly believes we are a democracy. "Democracy is an ideal, it is not a product of evolution and therefore has certain dangers, which are: 1. Glorification of mediocrity. 2. Choice of base and ignorant rulers. 3. Failure to recognize the basic facts of social evolution. 4. Danger of universal suffrage in the hands of uneducated and indolent majorities. 5. Slavery to public opinion; the majority is not always right." The citizens of a nation are a product of that culture and the moral values of that society. No civilization has endured which abandoned its moral values except for the adoption of better and more fit customs. [Cont...]

The Great Dr. Kevin MacDonald In A Discussion With Two Jewish Partisans. by literalotherkin in debatealtright

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I wish MacDonald would have simply asked Spiegler why he thought that Jews needed be the 'chosen' ones to unite the world

My thought as well. To be fair it is a common religious trope. The Buddhists talk about "saving all sentient beings" while Christians are fond of "being a light unto the world." Like much religious teaching it probably has an esoteric and exoteric meaning; the esoteric pointing towards becoming one with the Godhead while the exoteric leads sometimes to compassion and kindness but often to meddling.

I am not sure how many people seriously practice the Kabbalah. I know Madonna got into it for a while. I imagine like many purported ancient practices much of the purported tradition has been invented recently. I don't know how much influence it has on Jewish culture or if the people who believe in it are regarded, like Madonna, as new-age kooks.

Wikipedia link if anyone is interested.

In case you missed the GME drama that is going on at the moment here is a video explaining how r/WallStreetBets is taking millions of dollars from an aggressive (and unethical) hedge fund. [25:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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LOL. That will red pill thousands of pissed off Redditors — They couldn't be more obvious if they tried.

The comments over at Sailer's blog are absolutely hilarious.

Unz:

Billy Bunter’s father was a stockbroker, and at home in the holidays Bunter often beard of bulls, and bears, and stags, fearsome creatures that haunted the purlieus of Throgmorton Street. Exactly what the difference might be among “bulls,” and “bears,” and “stags,” Bunter did not quite know—but he knew that Mr. Bunter was sometimes a bull, sometimes a bear, and at odd times a stag, changing like a chameleon according to the state of the market.

“Last hols, I heard the pater say it was going to be a bear market, and he’s a bear,” went on Bunter. “Well, when you’re a bear in a bear market, you make lots and lots of money. You see, you sell a lot of shares you haven’t got, and then you get—.” “Run in ?” asked Peter. “No, you silly ass !” roared Bunter. “You get the profits”. — Billy Bunter's Banknote (1948)

Ghislaine Maxwell demands judge drop ‘mishmash’ case against her, arguing grand jury pool was too white by Drewski in news

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r/Epstein for anyone interested in an ongoing source of detailed information in this case.

s/Pedogate for those of a more conspiratorial bent.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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And Britain declared war on Germany. The German people were also unenthusiastic about WWII.

Also the U.S. was de facto in the war already thanks to its supply arrangements with both Britain and Russia. If they had wanted to stay out of the war they probably could have.

You are correct though. Hitler's declaration of war on the U.S. always seemed incredibly reckless to me. I am not a historian but a recent book suggested that he was more concerned with American money power (which he saw as Jewish) than conventional historians had thought previously.

DW:

Brendan Simms summarizes his main thesis: Hitler's driving force in domestic and foreign policy was born out of a love-hate relationship with "Anglo-America." It was not the fear of communism and the Soviet Union that led him to war and destruction, but rather the struggle with Great Britain and the United States and the fear of international capitalism.

[Snip...]

According to Simms, even Hitler's anti-Semitism did not arise primarily from a deep hatred of Jews, but secondarily, from a competition with "world capitalism" based in the US, where Jews were sitting in positions of power. [Cont...]

The book is controversial amongst court historians — Evans politely says it is dishonest rubbish— possibly because it accords with some of the views of the alt-right. It also, given the social turmoil in Germany during the 1920s, seems ridiculous Hitler wasn't concerned with Soviet power.

My own view is that history is open to so many interpretations, especially when it comes to matters of emphasis and nuance that it becomes a form of myth making — a means by which we interpret our current circumstances despite it being rooted in objective fact.

In case you missed the GME drama that is going on at the moment here is a video explaining how r/WallStreetBets is taking millions of dollars from an aggressive (and unethical) hedge fund. [25:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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I'm not that interested in the stock market but there is a certain sense of schadenfreude in watching a predatory hedge fund overreach while attempting to bankrupt a company and then (possibly) get knocked out of existence by a group of unemployed Redditors. Black Rock — an amoral company I absolutely despise — is possibly also on the hook for a huge sum of money.

I am also interested in the media spin and if Wallstreet will actually pay up. The system is rigged and it is satisfying to see people who have had so much money taken from them (or some of them anyway) get the upper hand for once.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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I still get depressed when I think about it. I sometimes wonder if our culture isn't suffering some sort of post traumatic shock as a result.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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Or both world wars — probably almost all of them tbh.

The Great Dr. Kevin MacDonald In A Discussion With Two Jewish Partisans. by literalotherkin in debatealtright

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It's great to have these sort of discussions but I find conversations between scientists and religious apologists to be fairly pointless as the two parties have so few referents and simply talk at cross purpose.

It would be more interesting to hear Kevin discuss Jewish history with an actual historian, sociology with a sociologist, or the relationship of Isreal and the Palestinians with someone like Robert Spencer.

Laitman would be more interesting to listen to if he was talking with a Christian 'holist' with ideas similar to the late Thomas Berry or his non Christian disciple Brian Swinne. I don't know if any cosmotheologists still exist but it would have been fun to hear him debate William Pierce.

One very obvious rebuttal to his argument is that systems theory shows that, almost by definition, integration requires differention of the component subsystems and that strong boundaries are necessary for greater interaction. Rather than devolving into the world into a grey goo — the dull vegetative state that Goebbels predicted — my hope is that all cultures can work out their unique destiny.

The Great Dr. Kevin MacDonald In A Discussion With Two Jewish Partisans. by literalotherkin in debatealtright

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I admire his courage.

He began his research as an evolutionary biologist and despite ostracism from the academic community, and overwhelming hostility from the wider society, continued with his work. From what I have heard he was utterly unprepared for the invective he received which initially he found very difficult.

Sadly young academics seem to be far more captured by the system.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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I made similar points in a Reddit comment. I've copied it to this thread.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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In a democracy, the the state is expected to do whatever the people want.

In theory yes, but democracy has now simply become a fascade for a hostile oligarchy. Policies are rammed through against the publics interests; public opinion is massaged and shaped by the media — witness the hysterical attempts to meme right wing terrorists into existence.

A few years back there was a study done that looked at the legislation being passed in the US. Not suprisingly policies that favored the very wealthy where quickly approved; more populist demands, such as curbing immigration, were simply ignored.

I can't find the link. If anyone reading this knows of it, maybe you can post below.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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Which culture offers its citizens a better quality of life— Brazil or Scandanavia?

Different ethnic admixtures mean that certain cultural patterns predominate. If you like living in an egalitarian high trust society then it's advantageous to have a relatively homogeneous European (or East Asian) country.

In the absence of any cultural commonalities the only way to get a group of disparate people to cooperate is by force. Diversity by definition leads to authoritarianism; we are seeing the beginning of this with the loss of free speech rights, and weapons confistication.

Also diversity means that because citizens no longer feel they have nothing in common there is a reluctance to spend money on social programs — it is difficult to maintain high levels of social welfare and high levels of immigration.

Lastly you may not feel particularly ethnocentric but as history shows the immigrants themselves may have different views especially if they are hostile (or indifferent) to Western values.

Here's a comment which sums up the problems inherent in multiculturalism.

The Occidental Observer:

Brazilianization (= Lost Angelization) means:

  • A racially extremely diverse population;

  • A high level of ambient racial tension;

  • Extreme economic stratification, with a small, wealthy elite, a large underclass, and essentially zero middle class;

  • Concentration of wealth in the hands of certain ethnic groups;

  • Extremely high levels of street crime, including violent crime;

  • A police force that is both brutal and impotent in dealing with crime;

  • A weak public sector, with all amenities functioning inefficiently if at all (packed buses, filthy streets, etc.);

  • Chronic, severe corruption at all levels of government, to the point of dysfunction;

  • A pervasive mistrust of the government, indeed, all activities in the public sphere;

…and…

  • No reason to think that any of the above can be changed by any available political means.

All of this will of course be accompanied by a lot of left-wing treacle about democracy, equality, progress, etc.

I hate to say it, but I think Brazilianization will be our future.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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I posted a link earlier to a review of a book by a liberal Harvard Professor which attempted to identify unique aspects of Western culture. I've reposted an edited version of my submission statement below.

[According to Henrich, Westerners] exhibit a far greater "neurological and psychological" set of capacities for:

  • trust, fairness, honesty, and cooperation with anonymous others

  • patience and self control

  • time drift and hard work

  • reduced in-group nepotism

  • free will and the capacity to make its own decisions

  • analytical over holistic thinking

  • impartial principles and objectivity

  • original and nonconformist thinking?

[Snip...]

Here is the gist of his thesis: the uniqueness of the West, its attachment to the rule of law, its representative institutions, its scientific predilection for drawing distinct categories and assigning objects with properties to account for their behavior, its intense attachment to the rights of individuals, are products of the unique ways in which the brains of whites came to be wired in the High Middle Ages. It was not that whites were accultured to think in a WEIRD way after they created modern liberal institutions; it was, rather, that they first began to think weirdly when the Catholic Church destroyed their kin-based organizations, their extended families, clans and lineages, and prohibited cousin marriages and polygynous marriages, in favor of nuclear monogamous families. [Cont...]

This explains why multiculturalism is such a threat; it destroys the high trust societies that Europeans have formed that benefit their particular way of thinking and operating, while simultaneously opening them to abuse by low trust, clannish, and nepotistic groups. Ironically the immigrants become a protected class; my own country now has entire government agencies that cater exclusively to third world immigrants at the expense of the original inhabitants.

The government, of necessity must become more authoritarian and little we start to resemble the third world.

The comments section in below the original article is also worth reading.

What are your best arguments against multiculturalism? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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Those are excellent arguments. I'm going to start using them.

New Murdoch Murdoch- Guardians of the Rune by ifuckredditsnitches_ in debatealtright

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That got removed fast.

Thoughts on religion? by WeastGang in debatealtright

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Paul Waggener and Greg Johnson discussed books which had influenced their thinking about religion in a recent podcast. Paul's father was an Anglican clergyman who converted to Orthodox Christianity in order to find a less corrupted faith

It is somewhat tangential to your question but it was an excellent list. I intend to listen again and write down the titles.

A post we need to intervene on by Nasser in debatealtright

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I guarantee the decisions they make in their daily lives that show they are fully aware of racial and cultural differences. Even Barack Obama didn't want to live in a black neighborhood.

A post we need to intervene on by Nasser in debatealtright

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I think Redditors are beyond saving. As an academic exercise it might be interesting to tally up the comments and see why the posters are so thrilled to see their culture replaced — I am sure the most outré examples could be made into a meme or two.

A quick browse and I found this post which is even more depressing.

Ron Unz — The Disputed U.S. Election by Jacinda in politics

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I am a fan of the neo-reactionary term, the cathedral, which in a term for the nexus of corporate / political / academic interested which drives the official narrative, determining in turn public belief.

Chomsky wrote about it in Manufacturing Consent.

How's all that diversity working out anyway? BLM rioters in Belgium attack King Phillipe's car during violent unrest by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: I often wonder what it must be like to be a member of the elite when the policies they fight for for, and impose on the rest of us, turn around and bite them. Do they begin to question their values and the effect they have on the rest of us, or do they simply brush it off and carry on as usual.

One thing I have noticed talking to people with left-wing sensibilities is how blinkered their views are. The idea that mass immigration might possibly not be of benefit to the host country is considered a truly 'wicked' thought.

Edit: Related essay.

*https://www.eurocanadian.ca/2020/10/why-american-ruling-class-betrays-its-race-civilization.html

Ron Unz — The Disputed U.S. Election by Jacinda in politics

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SS: Ron Unz summarizes the disputed U.S. Election and its aftermath. He points out that Trump 'lost' by less than 0.01 percent, an extraordinary low margin, and that quite apart from the problems of purported election fraud the MSM played a major role in determining the election by impartial coverage.

H.R.221 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Act. Trump signs into law yesterday, putting his last days to good use. by iPhone666 in debatealtright

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You might enjoy this.

VDare:

Most Disloyal Man in History Finally Finds a Cause Worth Fighting For — Anne Coulter

Why, in the last 12 days of his presidency, did Donald Trump suddenly become the authoritarian of liberal fantasies? He sure wasn’t an authoritarian for the past four years—he was a spineless wonder.

When it came to the wall, bringing the troops home, ending hedge fund managers’ tax loopholes and other campaign promises, Trump backed down to everybody: district court judges, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, the de facto president Jared Kushner, trusted Goldman Sachs alumnus Gary Cohn, useless donors, or any two people raising an objection. (Cont...)

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Kerry Bolton makes the same points regarding New Zealand in his article Imposing Aroha. He points out that the only organized 'terrorist' activities have come from Muslims and the left, yet it is an extreme left wing organization that is helping the government with its guidelines (while also receiving funding to do so).

European New Zealander:

The Establishment answer to Maori and Muslim radicalism is to incorporate it into the system; their answer to that of Rightist dissent is suppression and what might be called ‘re-education’, with nothing accredited to any right of ‘white identity’ (or ‘Give Nothing to Racism’ as the Human Rights Commission euphemistically calls one of their banal propaganda campaigns). (Cont...)

Personally I miss the old days when such acts of folly were treated with good humor (and a bit of gentle ridicule) by the populace — at the time there was enough social cohesion that no-one really got too upset at self styled anarchists or Maori separatists firing guns and throwing Molotov cocktails in the mountains.

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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IDK, he's got himself wifed up with a trad-Cath woman described as a white nationalist Barbie. That sounds pretty good to me.

Huey Long (1985) - PBS, Dir: Ken Burns | A biography of the pre-WWII, Louisiana, populist whose programs brought real benefits to his constituents but grew increasingly corrupt and dictatorial as he rose in power [01:28:00] • /s/Documentaries by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: After the discussion of the benefits (or otherwise) of democracy I thought it would be interesting to revisit the career of the original populist — and potential American dictator — Huey Long.

Unlike Trump, Long was a consummate politician whose programs inspired the New Deal and brought tangible benefits to his downtrodden constituents. Like Trump he was a demagogue who sharply divided the country. To his followers he could do no wrong; his detractors claimed he was profoundly corrosive and only in politics for himself. He himself claimed — not without reason — that the only way to break the stranglehold of vested interests (such as big oil), and deliver a larger slice of the pie to his voters, was to resort to extra-legal means.

PBS:

He was a populist hero and a corrupt demagogue, hailed as a champion of the poor and reviled as a dictator. Louisiana’s Huey Long built his remarkable career as governor and U.S. Senator on a platform of social reform and justice, all the while employing graft and corruption to get what he wanted. Long’s spellbinding personality and political machine might have taken him to the White House had he not been assassinated in 1935.

This finely crafted film by Ken Burns reveals a complex and comprehensive portrait of the man and the era, his politics and the power he so obsessively sought. Extensive archival footage and recollections by Louisianans who knew Long are juxtaposed with candid contemporary interviews with historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.; the late journalist I.F. Stone; and the late author Robert Penn Warren, whose magnificent novel All the King’s Men was inspired by the rise and fall of Huey Long.

A really well made film that looks back at a rough period of American politics. It's inspired me to learn more.

Huey Long (1985) - PBS, Dir: Ken Burns | A biography of the Louisiana populist whose programs brought real benefits to his constituents but grew increasingly corrupt and dictatorial as his power grew by Jacinda in Documentaries

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SS: Oops... Forgot the time stamp damnit. This movie is [01:28:00] long.

After witnessing (from afar) the extraordinary phenomena of a reality TV host and real estate investor ride to power on a tide of populism, gaining more votes than any other Republican in history, I thought it would be interesting to revisit the career of the original populist — and potential American dictator — Huey Long.

Unlike Trump, Long was a consummate politician whose programs inspired the New Deal and brought tangible benefits to his downtrodden constituents. Like Trump he was a demagogue who sharply divided the country. To his followers he could do no wrong; his detractors claimed he was profoundly corrosive and only in politics for himself.

PBS:

He was a populist hero and a corrupt demagogue, hailed as a champion of the poor and reviled as a dictator. Louisiana’s Huey Long built his remarkable career as governor and U.S. Senator on a platform of social reform and justice, all the while employing graft and corruption to get what he wanted. Long’s spellbinding personality and political machine might have taken him to the White House had he not been assassinated in 1935.

This finely crafted film by Ken Burns reveals a complex and comprehensive portrait of the man and the era, his politics and the power he so obsessively sought. Extensive archival footage and recollections by Louisianans who knew Long are juxtaposed with candid contemporary interviews with historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.; the late journalist I.F. Stone; and the late author Robert Penn Warren, whose magnificent novel All the King’s Men was inspired by the rise and fall of Huey Long.

A really well made film that looks back at an even rougher period of American politics

Biden nominates HBD true believer (Melanin Supremacist subtype) to head DoJ's Civil Rights Division by Jacinda in Bidengret

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SS: I get the feeling the coming Biden administration is going to be a prolific (and reliable) iSteve content generator.

Kristen Clark also attempted to cancel VDare. Needless to say she isn't very popular over there.

VDare:

Kristen Clarke is head of the far-Left Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, which is a weird name for something that concentrates on violating other peoples' free speech rights, helping illegal aliens to vote, and protecting the "right" to riot.

As noted above, she specfically targeted VDARE.com's domain registrar. in an attempt to silence us, but has also attacked other dissidents and people she considers "White Nationalists". (Cont..)

[Book Review] The Blackening of Europe by Clare Ellis | The transformation of Europe as an elite project by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Yet so few people are concerned. You would think at least a few people would be complaining about high house prices, low wages, and social atomization or worried about what the country will look like in one hundred years time.

I feel like a kiwi Cassandra these days. Not a single politician campaigned on immigration despite it obviously being an issue.

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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That's the narrative that the NZ government is trying to gin up despite being unable to find a single right wing terrorist.

Undeterred they are now setting up a government department to investigate right wing extremism.

European New Zealander:

While hundreds of law abiding citizens were visited by police following the Tarrant murders (including this writer) and the media-most-stupid let loose in a barrage of hate and damned poor journalism against a perceived ‘Far Right’, including an Asatru group driven to extinction as the result of ‘hate speech’ by the media, the outcome of this witch-hunt was that no evidence of any ‘Far Right’ terrorism was found, nor any associations whatever with Tarrant. Regardless of this Prime Minster Ardern apologised to Muslims for the security focus having been on Muslim terrorism rather than on mythic ‘Far Right’ terrorists (Cont...)

Unlike the U.S. there is limited protection for freedom of speech here. Also, we are a consensus society which makes it difficult for people to speak out. You can read more about the travails facing the dissident right in the article, Imposing Aroha.

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Probably the most disgraceful one on the list -- aside from Sellner of course that goes without saying -- is the Buddhist from Myanmar

They are obviously going for 'diversity' with their list.

[Book Review] The Blackening of Europe by Clare Ellis | The transformation of Europe as an elite project by Jacinda in debatealtright

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It's astonishing how fast the transformation is occurring. The official statistics seem to bear no reality to the lived experience. I assume it is simultaneously occurring throughout the Western world.

My black pilled moment came a couple of years ago when I visited a supermarket and with the exception of one cashier, appeared to be the only European there. I don't know if a whole lot of workers had just got off their shift or the local refugee resettlement centre was taking people shopping but it made me wonder about the sort of future our government is creating.

The frustrating thing is New Zealander's are so keen to appear open and 'not racist' they pride themselves on their acceptance without thinking of the very real problems we are storing up for the future.

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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I think groups such as Counter Extremism to a certain extent manufacture their 'extremists' — they rely on public (and private) funding so the more conspiracies they can claim to uncover the better their fundraising will be.

The trouble is that the information they supply flows through into Wikipedia, is picked up by the credulous media, and is endlessly re-quoted and eventually becomes 'the narrative.'

The government then uses the information they have sponsored to enact policy. It becomes a hall of mirrors.

Martin Sellner now listed amongst the world's top 20 extremists by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: Maybe I have missed something but I thought Sellner campaigned on immigrant issues. Even Wikipedia, which is never wrong, says that his group is non-violent. The talk section is, as always, worth visiting.

Wikipedia:

There are reasons to question the insane mass immigration policies of the Angela Merkels and the groups bought and paid for by George Soros that do not make one "FAR RIGHT".

Sellner has suggested recognized authors on the subject of immigration who have conducted extensive studies on the effects of placing large and different ethnic groups and cultures together in a short time.

When mass immigration is placed in juxtaposition to job offshoring and the gutting of the middle classes in Western countries, there is reason to be concerned that the charges of racism and all the various ill-conceived phobias that are attributed to these "FAR RIGHT" thinkers are not informative at best and are in fact nefarious at worst. (Cont...)

I would probably use more temperate terms but the comment is essentially correct.

Biden: "This country is doomed" by Jacinda in Bidengret

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It's complete moral turpitude.

Blackpilled did a short video on why the elites favor mass migration. It's worth watching.

A more scholarly examination is The Blackening of Europe by Clare Ellis, a book that grew out of her PhD work on the subject.

Biden: "This country is doomed" by Jacinda in Bidengret

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SS: It is astonishing that Joe Biden can be so forthright about the effects of replacement immigration on American culture and get so little push-back from the MSM.

Many of the comments are worth quoting but this one (comment no.4) summed up my thoughts.

NJ Transit Commuter:

It’s gonna be a fun four years…

Sleepy Joe was never much for spouting PC platitudes, and now cognitive decline means he has that senior thing for not being able to filter his words.

Fun to think about how Trump is a racist Nazi, but Biden just literally said America is doomed because its white population is declining. That’s David Duke level. Can you imagine the firestorm if any Republican had said that?

One final minor point. It’s gotta be at least a mesoaggression for Biden to use black dialect when speaking to blacks, but not other races. Biden is not a southerner and never says y’all when speaking to other races. No ones gonna call out Joe on that?

More comments by the President Elect on white demographic decline here

Toronto School Children Before the Great Replacement — 1859-1975 by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: A photo essay showing Toronto school children prior to the current period of mass immigration. It is poignant to look at these photographs and realize how much has been lost. At the same time they are a reminder of how great an ethnically homogenous culture can be.

The media abhors pictures in which everyone is happily and healthily White. The images you are about to see are of children now identified as members of a "white supremacist culture", a "homophobic," "sexist", "patriarchal," "bigoted," "xenophobic" and "narrow-minded" nation. Don't let them trampled your history and ancestors. These pictures were from a time when Canadians had far lower per capita incomes than today; and yet what stands out is how sensible, happy, and stable the children were, and how sane and rounded the education was.

The thing that never ceases to astonish me is why there hasn't been more outcry about demographic decline, especially as so many people have memories of life when the West was implicitly European. If they are not concerned for themselves, you think they would be concerned for their grandchildren.

The other thing I constantly reflect on is how much this mandated diversity is costing us.

Ron Unz speaks with Fróði Midjord on his Guide to Kulchur show by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Thanks for posting. It is the first time I have heard Ron Unz on a podcast.

I am a fan of Guide to Kulchur and Frodi seems to find guests who for various reasons don't appear elsewhere. I enjoyed his discussion with Andrew Joyce about The Protocols of Zion a couple of months back. For some reason, despite his scholarship, he is another person who doesn't get much air-time.

Down the memory hole: Wikipedia editors are now deleting content from the talk pages by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Here is an article excellent article in VDare about the Wikipedia, how it influences culture, and how it is being colonized by dishonest actors. It is worth reading in full.

VDare:

In the ongoing war between reasonable people and Leftism, there is a vital battle being waged on Wikipedia, which, like it or not, is a latter-day oracle of information. Control the fourth-most popular website in the Western world (according to Wikipedia itself) and you, at least partly, control the Western mind. For this reason, online skirmishes over Wikipedia’s non-PC topics are particularly vicious, and the murky manipulators prepared to devote their time to the struggle take fanaticism, and even insanity, to levels that defy belief. [Cont...]

[Podcast] Apart from the obvious choices, are there any podcasts that you enjoy or find informative? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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The Z Man is always good. I have just finished listening to his take on the dissident right. It is a good introduction to anyone new to the subject.

Z Man:

This week I thought I’d try something different and do an entire podcast on just one issue, rather than pulling segments together from stuff that caught my eye during the week. The reason is mostly variety, but I’ve also been seeing the phrase “Dissident Right” turn up around the internet. Before some millennial tries to define the term into some bespoke sissy philosophy, I wanted to put some markers down about what the term means. [Cont...]

[Podcast] Apart from the obvious choices, are there any podcasts that you enjoy or find informative? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Will check it out. Thanks.

[Podcast] Apart from the obvious choices, are there any podcasts that you enjoy or find informative? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Thanks for that list. With the exception of Myth of the Twentieth Century the rest are new to me.

[Podcast] Apart from the obvious choices, are there any podcasts that you enjoy or find informative? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Counter Currents radio is something I listen to consistently. Often Greg's guests have shows of their own which are also worth following.

[Podcast] Apart from the obvious choices, are there any podcasts that you enjoy or find informative? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Guide to Kulchur

A channel run by Frodi Midjord. He has a variety of interesting guests who discuss cultural issues (and review movies) from the perspective of the right.

Is this tweet legitimate? by Nasser in debatealtright

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Yes.

You are correct. It needs to be verified. When overstayers in my country (NZ) are facing deportation, one thing that is invariably mentioned ia how much money they have borrowed and thus how much suffering their deportation will cause. It is inevitable that as mass immigration proceeds ad hoc arrangements will get turned into a formal market.

There was a great article in VDare (which sadly I have been unable to relocate) pointing out that some countries (Pakistan and the Philippines were mentioned) run remittance economies, with the governments there dependent on the money immigrants send back to their communities while at the same time sending citizens abroad alleviated social tension. This meant that the governments had policies (and departments) that encouraged emigration. the training of nurses in the Phillipines with the expectation they will work in the West would be one example.

Is this tweet legitimate? by Nasser in debatealtright

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For me the most sinister example is the use of micro-finance loans, obstenively developed to extend credit to poor farmers and other impoverished individuals, being used to fund immigration to the West.

Looking for someone to read my writings for Youtube by [deleted] in debatealtright

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Depending at what level you want to pitch it one important factor will be access to a professional microphone (maybe someone can borrow one or they will have access to a studio).

The quality of recording has really picked up over the last few years. I have noticed that Jared Taylor's podcasts, for example, now sound raspy because the lapel microphone he uses has been superceeded by the high end gear podcasters are now using.

Can someone make a video archive of this Youtube video? by Nasser in debatealtright

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It's an excellent video and should really be translated into Japanese so they know what the globalists have in store for them.

Ruination Media already has a Bitchute channel:

I'm surprised he still has his channel on YouTube tbh. It's the most overt white nationalist material I have seen posted there.

The Australain government is also keen to stamp out any nationalist / patriotic sentiment and unlike the U.S. free speech is not regarded as a right.

Based German guy makes an excellent case for nationalism rebutting both the left and marxnats by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I thought it was an excellent comment. Given that it is such a broad topic, as you said, it would make a worthwhile post.

Broken: A Highly Recommended Podcast Examines Jeffrey Epstein and His World by Jacinda in pedogate

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SS: I searched the sub and I don't believe this podcast has been mentioned yet. It is a high quality, albeit mainstream account, of the Epstein affair that manages to be informative without being salacious. A quick search will turn up Broken on the podcast platform of your choice.

For those interested the subreddit r/Epstein is a good source of ongoing information. Searching the site will turn up numerous interesting posts. The people there are also prepared to answer questions and welcome new information.

[Meme] Hellscape? | great works of literature as envisioned by /pol/. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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It was certainly my impression of America (and Australia) growing up. I am sure Canada was like that as well.

I was taken by the picture because the house and the family reminded me of my cousins who used to live in a small town. The father was a small time business man who made enough money for his wife to stay at home (although she did a great deal of community work) and also to pursue his hobby of flying small aircraft. that sort of lifestyle wasn't exceptional at the time.

I recently drove through there and the place was awash with immigrants, apparently now has a meth problem, and there is urban sprawl everywhere. As I had such fond childhood memories, and have ancestors buried there, it was incredibly distressing.

Even worse is the fact this is happening simultaneously all over the Western world. Every small town is being degraded and wiped out — if not through immigration, then through the massive consolidation of industry and services brought about through the demands of capital.

I am glad these photographs and movies exist, they are like looking back into a fictitious landscape, but it wasn't all that long ago.

[Meme] Hellscape? | great works of literature as envisioned by /pol/. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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David Cole is particularly scathing about the Jewish (and leftist) ability to argue for conditions that inevitably lead to their destruction (as white flight to conservative areas in the U.S. indicates).

Stop With the Golems Already:

[Snip...]

In a perfect world, these rabbinical Rain Men would finally get the fuck over the Holocaust and end their war of hostility against the West. They’d see that whites are no longer the enemy, but indeed the opposite. They’d see that importing foreign mud to mold golem after golem in traditionally white regions of the U.S. is bad strategy.

But the world isn’t perfect, and Jews are our dumbest geniuses. It’ll take a lot more than one or two Ilhan Omars to make them rethink their views. Hell, if the exodus of French Jews from a France now infested with immigrant golems hasn’t altered their thinking, nothing will. [Cont...]

It's a reoccurring theme of his. I couldn't find the article I was looking for but the following also make the same point.

[Meme] Hellscape? | great works of literature as envisioned by /pol/. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: /Pol/ had yet another of their threads where they envisioned classic works of literature designed to appeal to their members. Amongst the dross were some cover designs (and titles) that are genuinely clever.

As well as the OP, I particularly liked the Mussolini cover, Unity, with a bundle of spaghetti acting as a stand in for the fasces, as well as the Kaczynski book, Living Off the Grid.

I have often thought we need the equivalent of a Museum of Modern Memes to capture some of this ephemera. s/DebateAltRight possibly isn't the best place to post this but I enjoyed it so much I thought I would share.

You can try your hand at generating your own Penguin book covers here: