Twenty years on from 9/11, the ‘War on Terror’ has morphed into a ‘war’ against the West’s own populations by [deleted] in politics

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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E-7BNocWUAQuLkl?format=jpg

Apparently a lot of people were calling it back then.

Intersectional feminism is failing Indian women by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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For example, I have nothing against regular indians, but there are some--what they call the lower castes I guess--who make children just to sell them into slavery at the earliest opportunity.

Indian "caste" is complicated because the word encompasses two separate concepts in their culture, varṇa and jâti. Varṇa is more of a religious categorization of different occupations while jâti consists of the hundreds of endogamous groups in India.

I would say that the worst places to be female in India include northwestern states like Haryana, which has one of the lowest female:male ratios in the world, or in one of the BIMARU states. Haryanvis tend to have an elevated proportion of Indo-Aryan Steppe pastorialist ancestry compared to people from less brutal states like Kerala, so they're more related to the people who likely contributed to the institution of varṇa in the first place.

Funnily enough, a lot of Indian liberals like to attribute Indian misogyny to "Brahmanical patriarchy" while OBCs/SCs/STs and "oppressed" groups like Muslims get a pass for almost anything. You might not have anything against "regular Indians", but it seems like some regular Indians do.

Edit: Messed up phrasing.

Intersectional feminism is failing Indian women by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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Honestly, I don't think we can talk about prostitution and surrogacy without also adressing class, ethnicity and imperialism because it's the more oppressed women who are more likely to be affected by them.

Most leftist causes -- anti-imperialism, anti-racism, anti-homophobia -- are really males being upset they're being relegated to female status, and anger at the fact they are not able to oppress females as effectively as the 1%.

I was never a radical feminist but Andrea Dworkin really understood that the left is not our friend.

An honest question to the pro-vax people on this sub, why do you trust the state on the vaccine issue? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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DDT has been banned in the USA since the 1970s and is not commonly used in most countries around the world. Nonetheless, the substance has been detected in Antarctican penguins decades later: https://www.vims.edu/research/topics/global_change/ts_archive/ddt_ice.php

There's also some concern that glacial melting in Antarctica could release large amounts of this xenoestrogen into the environment.

Intersectional feminism is failing Indian women by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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They claim it is necessary to include other axes of oppression like caste, class, ethnicity in the analysis of “gendered” oppression, lest feminist analysis becomes limited to upper-caste or white women.

Anti-racism was a MRA movement all along. Left-wing MRAs say that racism is really just covert misandry. What that really means, though, is that prejudice is the only way males can admit male defects. Rape is only a problem to males if they can accuse other groups of males that they don't like -- Syrian refugees, Catholic priests, and so on -- of being rapists.

If males were not racist to each other then they would mobilize against females as a class. I never cared about racism but now I care even less when I realized that. Racism is one of the few ways I can make myself socially superior to a male, not to mention racist comedy is pretty funny.

Edit: Wrong word.

The suffragettes were rabid eugenicists by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Despite opposing trans ideology, they still deny fundamental sex differences.

Whenever radical feminists mention fundamental sex differences, it is usually to assert that males are innately depraved while somehow females are "socialized" into being cowardly and credulous. At least most of them are more rational about Islam than liberal feminists. But they still make the mistake of believing Islam is uniquely degenerate. There are violent societies in the Amazon that make the Saudis look like a bunch of lesbian separatist cat farmers.

China moves to cap the cost of renting a home in cities by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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A solution would be for the state to bar banks, institutional investors, and foreigners from the real estate markets and create separate banks for housing loans that can't be traded on the open market.

A land value tax could also motivate people to maximize the utility of their land holdings rather than engage in speculative hoarding.

Was the car a positive or negative development for society? by Ponderer in debatealtright

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This sounds like the ideal world. I could see some speculative fiction examining a society that works like this, where communities themselves are completely walkable, and only use cars to travel between them.

One of my main reasons for reading alt-right forums, other than keeping my finger on the political pulse of the West, is because I like seeing discussion about building a better society. Many ex-socialists claim that innate human selfishness was their motivation for losing confidence in that ideology. So what would society look like if people were grouped with others that they fundamentally trust and empathize with more? Sometimes I think the existence of different cultures/races is necessary to function as an Other, which strengthens the cooperation of the in-group.

Anyway, regarding urban planning. Maybe some sort of matrix can be created to determine approximate land size/composition for certain community specifications. You could plug in metrics like population size, desired industry composition, climate, etc. I've been thinking about natural patterns of settlement growth, and whether there are any universals for industrial development. Like most communities would be primarily agricultural up to a certain point, and after a certain population size it is almost inevitable that they would have at least one local IT company or food manufacturing plant to serve the community's needs, or something like that.

There are probably also optimal ratios of different industries to each other, e.g. maybe the medical sector in one settlement is too large compared to its agricultural sector. And skewed ratios between specific occupations in themselves definitely exist, e.g. too many nurses compared to doctors in a hospital or too many bakers compared to butchers in one town.

(By the way it appears I've neglected to focus more on the class aspect of cars but it was pretty obvious anyway. Poor people are very disadvantaged in the USA because of the urban structure, emphasis on cars, and generally abysmal public transport in many cities. And there's obviously people flexing on others and the possibility that people can get discriminated against based on the vehicles that they drive. It's still a cool technology though. I think there needs to be greater activism for the right to repair and people need to be more wary of excessively complicated newer models that are much more difficult to repair while not being significantly more useful.)

Edit: Typo.

Was the car a positive or negative development for society? by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Far greater freedom of movement for the average person

You've probably seen the point raised by a lot of traditionalists that the normalization of cars as a means of transport causes urban places to be built with the assumption that the average denizen can drive. Which often shuts out young people who can't drive yet, the elderly, and the disabled. Obviously every community should be built so that employment and essentials -- such as schools, shops, medical services, and the like -- can be found within walking distance of one's residence. But cars will still have significant utility as individual transport between settlements, and hopefully there will be developments in sustainable transport in the future.

Biodiesel in particular can be produced from sewage sludge or waste vegetable oil and certain blends purportedly have better fuel efficiency. Apparently over 60% of biodiesel production originates from Europe. Locomotives of the British Royal Train have managed to operate on B100 with success, but one of the major downsides is that it is vulnerable to gelling. It doesn't function well in cold climates and can be destructive to certain materials.

Taliban Breaks Up Mob of Unhinged Whores Making Outrageous Demands! - Daily Stormer by Tarrock in politics

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Religious conservatism doesn't necessarily stop females from being academically successful. This year, the top scorer for Afghanistan's national university entrance exam was female. Her name is Salgi -- pronounced Sal-gay, "ay" as in "day" -- Baran.

Yet there is something preventing females in developed and liberal countries from creating an autonomous separatist society.

Edit: Removed unverifiable link.

Dutch cities want to ban property investors in all neighborhoods by Pis-dur in WorldNews

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Implement a land value tax.

Afghan man in Germany stabs woman because she was working by jet199 in Europe

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This women was probably a mother type figure to him age-wise so similar feelings might explain the overkill.

It's a popular trope that violently misogynistic males have bad relationships with their mothers. But the real blackpill is that many rapists and femicide perpetrators have sociopathic mothers who enable them. For example, Ted Bundy might have felt resentful about his mother withholding information about his parentage but she still doted on him and defended his innocence until her own death. "You'll always be my precious son."

Even that is not an especially atrocious case when you consider all the mothers out there who outright know, and admit, that their sons have committed heinous crimes against females but continue to feed him tendies through prison bars. Sociopathic mothers are the real problem here. Especially in countries where females have total control over their reproductive rights. Any female in a developed country who has ever been hurt by a male, should know that it could have been prevented if a female sociopath just closed her legs.

So it's funny to see feminists engage in a gender-flipped version of "nice guy" rhetoric when the problem is evil females messing it up for the rest of us. The real problem is that we're not nice. There is not even female solidarity when it comes to rape. Female Russian soldiers delighted in and laughed at the suffering of German females during WWII and Turkish females partook in torturing Armenian females during the Armenian Genocide. Many such cases. It actually seems like the average female does not care much about other females being raped or killed, so MRAs against "rape hysteria" are, ironically, the real hysterics.

The vaccine is probably the bioweapon that's meant to thin the population by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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But then why are the essential workers the ones who are the most pressured to get vaxxed? Besides Pol Pot's Cambodia, I've never seen a regime trying to kill its own doctors and medical staff.

Medical staff can be replaced by training part of the remaining population. It's not that difficult to get an undergraduate degree in Nursing. The real problem would be trying to replace neurologists, cardiologists, anesthesiologists, otolaryngologists, and so on.

The Afghan “Refugee” Racket—Latest Excuse To Dispossess The Historic American Nation. James Kirkpatrick (who seems to be hardening) by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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Even economically secure people in developed countries fabricate hate crime hoaxes.

Yet it is inconceivable to some, that people from one of the poorest countries would stretch the truth in order to live in one of the richest countries.

And it is even harder to imagine, is that some Sikhs in Afghanistan would refuse India's generous offer to repatriate them, despite their supposedly desperate conditions. But then it makes sense when you consider that Canada has offered to take them instead. It looks like they would risk being stranded in Afghanistan to go to Canada or the US, rather than return to their religious homeland.

Now there are also Taliban supporters who say they are fleeing the Taliban, when in reality they just want to move to a prosperous country. Conditions for scamming a free ride have never been so good.

Edit: Typo.

Bacha bazi - abused children by Cass in GenderCritical

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Now that I am an adult I understand my mother was deeply wounded herself, and didn't know how to care for herself either.

I'm sorry to hear about that. Hope you are well nowadays.

I like radical Islam. by Nayenezgani in BPF

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This was a joke post LOL. I'm living in a Middle Eastern country at the moment and it's relatively peaceful here.

The Taliban is unpredictable and untrustworthy, but I have female contacts in the country who say people in their particular town/city aren't being enslaved and they aren't being forced to wear the burqa for now. It's a low bar, but the Taliban is still more tolerable to live around than 18th Street or CJNG. At least the Taliban has, or at least pretends to have, some sort of religious or spiritual pretext. Gangs in Central America (and Mexico depending on whether you count that country as "North American") are in a race to be the most openly evil. These people are truly demonic.

She Wrote Fake News for Cosmopolitan and Now Regrets Misleading Women on Feminism. The goal? To sell women on the idea that sexual liberation is the path to the single woman’s personal fulfillment. by Chipit in propaganda

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They lived out their freedom in an open relationship, which included seducing, sharing and discarding young women, among them de Beauvoir's high-school students.

Funny because most feminists would do the exact opposite and claim that an old male dating any female under 30 is pedophilia.

Vladimir Putin says he’s not allowing Afghan refugees into Russia by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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Good. Afghanistan has been hemorrhaging skilled people and capital for decades. Many Afghans who applied for asylum in the West fabricated stories of oppresssion by the Taliban or other groups. Some instances were so ridiculous that even European lawyers had a difficult time believing those claims.

Good news for Russian women.

I see a lot of feminists suggesting that developed countries accept female refugees only. But if we do view the situation through a feminist angle, Afghan females often enable the oppression of other females and are more likely to ally with their aggressive male relatives or mates instead. There was a certain Grauniad article being shared a few days ago, supposedly it was about a divorcée's fear of the Taliban but it also describes how her own mother rejected her over the divorce. If we don't want to import Afghan misogyny then neither gender should be given asylum.

Bacha bazi - abused children by Cass in GenderCritical

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Abused children, boys and girls, grow up to become broken adults.

But how often do adult female survivors become aggressors instead of simply reliving their trauma or languishing in learned helplessness? It seems like suffering just lowers compassion in general regardless of gender or type of abuse. A lot of people think of submissive people as overly caring, but the opposite is true -- they don't care at all that they are being treated unfairly because they lack the concepts of respect or dignity. This is especially true for submissive/masochistic females.

I notice a lot of sadists are also masochists. Submission and/or masochism are really symptoms of feminine psychopathy. They should be considered to be just as pathological as dominance.

As Afghan refugees flood into the West it is well to remember Europe's experience by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Afghanistan really needs educated people in the country right now. The situation isn't as bad as Western media is portraying it.

Also the link notes that there were "refugees ... charged with war crimes" that "evoked a great deal of unrest and fear among the Netherlands' Afghan community".

The US has literally spent more money on Afghanistan than it did on the Marshall Plan by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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It does seem like he enjoys handing out things. The Wikipedia article states that "[w]hile on the Appropriations committee, Wilson increased U.S. aid to Israel to $3 billion annually", and that he "ceaselessly championed for the individual's rights, especially women's and minorities' rights". He also "directly influenced the level of United States government support for the Afghan Mujahideen".

Sonita (girls being married off to strangers is not new in Afghanistan but no one cared about it last week) by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Do you think these people are plants

No but clearly you are a vegetable. If you actually watched the video then you will see there is no footage of people being sold, and hilariously the formerly CIA-managed and CIA-funded RFERL (which is possibly inferior to Fox News in terms of reliability) even admits that they "cannot verify these people's accounts" at 1:00. Here: https://invidious.hub.ne.kr/watch?v=pY2jBV8WpHo

What is the motivation? To make the U.S. stay in Afghanistan for the oil?

This is an aggressively retarded question. The USA has been interested in the mineral resources of Afghanistan for decades but dropped the ball as you were certainly dropped on the head as a baby. You may not pay attention to the news at all but you should be aware that even mainstream news sources in the USA are reporting that Afghanistan could hold approximately 1 trillion USD worth of minerals: https://edition.cnn.com/2021/08/18/business/afghanistan-lithium-rare-earths-mining/index.html

Bold claim. I don't think so.

You have not demonstrated any ability to think at all, and are clearly not aware what happened. Iran was caught in an imperial struggle between Russia and Britain, had Mosaddeq deposed by CIA because he was wresting control of the oil industry away from foreigners, and then had a repressive USA-backed monarchy imposed on them. Islamic theocracy was how the people reasserted their sovereignty, supported by many rural people and even some women.

Do you genuinely believe that? There have already been reports of Afghan women being forced to marry fighters and being publicly flogged.

Do you genuinely believe those reports? The Taliban have officially denied that anyone is being enslaved and there is little evidence of public flogging. Meanwhile many people in Afghanistan still suffer PTSD from the atrocities they endured under the former government and from occupying USian soldiers.

You would definitely have been duped by the Nayirah testimony too, if you would have even cared to pay attention to some small Middle Eastern country you couldn't even locate on a map.

That's because in the Middle East, there is forced marriage.

This is almost non-existent in some Middle Eastern countries. Are you perhaps confusing the Middle East with South Asia? Forced marriages occur in Africa too, and in the Americas.

Women have many more rights in Central America.

Voting is meaningless in Central America because everything is controlled by the oligarchs and the police are useless, not to mention they are often culpable of the same crimes they were supposed to deter. There are countries in the Middle East that are much safer and offer more comprehensive rights for women that are actually enforced.

And if you really think Afghanistan is recording every single femicide, then I don't know what to say to you.

If you understood anything about the world outside your special needs classroom then you might know that femicide is deeply underreported in Central America too. I am tired of your idiocy so I will pass you back to your special needs attendant. Farewell.

Edit: Word.

Edit 2: Superfluous clause.

Thoughts on a new religion - crossposted from /s/altreligion by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Species extinction affects human food chains, the depletion of fisheries and bees for example.

I forgot to respond to this appropriately. I meant that cultural leftists are delusionally fighting against natural processes when they try to preserve some of its products artificially, death is just a part of life. I don't care for most polytheistic gods but Chinnamastâ does represent what nature really is: ecstasy and horror inextricable from each other. Death and life cannot be separated.

Nowadays I eat a lot of meat but if the food sources I depend on were to go extinct, that's just how it is. If they had awareness they would probably prefer non-existence than to continue being a slave species. We're projecting too much of our own psychological processes onto animals when we pretend they are having fun most of the time.

I started agreeing with Kaczynski and Linkola pretty quick at that point.

You might like Ellul too, some of his books are on my list.

Thoughts on a new religion - crossposted from /s/altreligion by Ponderer in debatealtright

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I'm no philo-Semite but I don't care for mentally quarantining myself from people I don't agree with.

Why is a weak man who killed because of his mental illness more respectable than a strong man who killed for his ideals?

I don't respect Randy Stair at all but it's hilarious that he brings out immense rage in people who claim they are against picking on the weak. It's like female SJWs who unintentionally reveal they love White males.

Species extinction affects human food chains, the depletion of fisheries and bees for example. Climate change makes it harder to live as humans. Even if you have zero empathy for animals there are practical considerations.

Indeed, though I just feel complete calm at the prospect of my own death.

Thoughts on a new religion - crossposted from /s/altreligion by Ponderer in debatealtright

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This is why women are not allowed any position of real leadership.

It is impossible for us to assume leadership according to the laws of nature anyway. Ironically the vast majority of straight women adore nature, which is probably why they also love serial killers. Sometimes I think MGTOW is right about straight women chasing all the bad boys. There's no reason to like nature unless you are a sadist, masochist, or male.

Thoughts on a new religion - crossposted from /s/altreligion by Ponderer in debatealtright

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That bear looks delicious.

Vile “feminists” use collapse of Afghanistan as an excuse to insult trans women online by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Let's troll harder and push trans-racialism. (I think it's kind of funny that Oli London is getting backlash because he went too far and explicitly said he identifies as Korean, while Korean plastic surgeons have been trying to give their clients European features for a long time.)

I'm in favor of it because making trans-racialism mainstream will also force society to examine a lot of neuroses that SJWs (and others) have in regards to race. Let's be honest, non-Europeans can be even more European supremacist than the average European.

Check out this story of a neo-Nazi mulato who tortured and killed ethnic Europeans: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Arklöv

Mental.

Thoughts on a new religion - crossposted from /s/altreligion by Ponderer in debatealtright

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One interesting concept from NRx is the entity of "Gnon", an anagram of the acronym for "Nature Or Nature's God".

As a girl I feel nothing but infinite contempt for nature and cannot comprehend why moronic feminists claim to love it or are so fascinated by animistic faiths. Nature is nothing but rape, murder, abuse, torture, starvation, disease, and agony. Only the enslavement of nature can provide a foundation for true civilization.

If (this type of) God exists, he shall have to beg for my forgiveness!

Anyway, there's something I noticed about people in the true crime community. I feel like they despise the weak, resentful incel shooter much more than the competent normie killer. Look at the reaction to Randy Stair (effeminate, jejune proto-tranny whose favorite films were Inside Out and Frozen) in comparison to someone like Anders Breivik. Randy Stair only killed 3 people but people rage at him like he is Hitler. They really want to put him in his place but don't say much against people like Anders Breivik unless it is to express dismay at his "evil". I guarantee that so many regular people, even those who claim to be against racism, would rather flay an irrelevant incel like Randy Stair than someone who wreaked significant damage like Anders Breivik.

People who watch nature videos are the same.

Video where someone hunts a polar bear: https://invidious.hub.ne.kr/watch?v=VvqtprAz7fM

Video where hungry polar bear tortures seal to death: https://invidious.hub.ne.kr/watch?v=tyyoYPma-Qo

The first video is massively disliked with a like:dislike ratio exceeding 1:3. Meanwhile commenters seem to be extremely supportive of the polar bear in the second video, with some saying that they enjoy watching the polar bear torture a much smaller and defenseless animal because it is "nature".

Some women are so stupid that they think climate change or species extinction is a bad thing. Those types of people don't even deserve Islam, or Haredi Judaism, but some obscure Melanesian cult where unwritable things happen.

The Tonight Show audience cheering at white population decline by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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When I interact with African or Asian SJWs, sometimes I feel like they are the incels of race. Hate Europeans (and think they're inferior) but want to mate with them.

Sonita (girls being married off to strangers is not new in Afghanistan but no one cared about it last week) by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Much of Western coverage of the Taliban takeover purposely decontextualizes social issues that have been occurring for a long time before Kabul was captured. Afghanistan has not been so united for decades. This must be what the 1978 Iranian Revolution felt like. Both events were the inevitable response to Western interference.

And males who pretend they care about imperialism when they are actually celebrating the supposed deterioration of women's rights will be quite dismayed to know that there is currently little evidence girls are being enslaved and in addition the Taliban has expressed an interest in incorporating women in their government. (All of the supposed video evidence I've seen of girls being sold were clearly not taken in Afghanistan.) Capital punishment is considered an acceptable response to rape even in Afghanistan while USians are campaigning for rapists to be let into womens' prisons.

To oppress women is not to restrict women, but lift all restrictions on males.

Like in El Salvador, which has the highest rates of femicide in the world. Latin America in general has one of the highest rates of single motherhood in the world, second to only Africa. Many of those situations were nonconsensual and/or caused by child molestation. Sometimes I pray to a God I don't believe in that incels never discover how much more atrocious it is to be a woman in Central America than in the Middle East.

Religion: paint-by-numbers misogyny.

Atheism: freehand misogyny.

Don't worry about the Taliban ladies, just stop identifying as a woman by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Western retards.

The Taliban has denied that they are enslaving women and girls. Usually I wouldn't take such statements at face value, but women have been allowed to continue working in healthcare in Kabul (for the time being) and they are encouraging women to join their government. Furthermore many people in Kabul are rejoicing because they are finally cracking down on crime that has plagued the capital for months.

Without God there can be no moral society by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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What's the left's motto 'It takes a village'? Have you noticed how the left is always favouring experimental familial forms?

Not surprising that many of them also advocate for lowering the age of consent or normalization of pedophilia.

I guess in Christianity you have a happy balance between the two where the ultimate transaction has already taken place and you don't have to keep appeasing God with blood.

Some polytheistic gods are like mercenaries that will prostitute their supernatural abilities if given the correct payment. The NT emphasizes proportionality of sacrifice (Mark 12:41-44) and moral restoration/transformation (Luke 15:31-32, Matthew 18:12-13), which suggests that (1) altruistic intent matters as much as or more than ability, and (2) the bad can become good. Maybe Irenaean theodicy is a cope but the concept does mirror biological evolution. Mitchell Heisman covered similar topics in his suicide note, haven't read all of it but some people might find it interesting if not insane: https://legacy.gscdn.nl/archives/images/suicide_note.pdf

A racialist would probably put that down to racial degeneration with the blood of the Indo-European conquerors eventually becoming too intermingled with the Dravidian stock of the Sub-Continent. I'm absolutely no expert on that but I did read a really interesting piece about how modern molecular genetics is pretty much confirming the old idea that the caste system at least originally was set up as a way to maintain the separation of the 'Aryans' from the locals.

I've seen a study suggesting that jâti-based endogamy solidifed during the times of the Gupta empire, maybe contemporaneous with the early stages of the Byzantine empire. The regular usage of "caste" in the English language does not allow for adequate distinction between jâti (tribe or micro-ethnicity) and varṇa (social classification not based on ancestry but vocation). Over time new communities of ambiguous affiliation can form (e.g. the Rajputs) while some jâtis are inextricable from their religious designation (e.g. the Saraswat Brahmins). There are hundreds of these.

A prevailing view in the archaeogenetics community is that modern Indians are a composite of ANI (Indo-Aryan Steppe migrants + IVC) and ASI (IVC + AASI) in varying proportions. The inhabitants of the Indus Valley civilization were technologically advanced for their era -- private latrines that were flushed, complex urban structures, utility systems -- and yet some of their remains indicate significant proportions of West Eurasian ancestry from Iran and smaller portions of DNA that seem to be related to Southeast Asian hunter-gatherers.

The Indian cultural complex is like a reverse Bermuda Triangle where you can find basically anything. It defies classification and is full of contradictions. Perhaps many of those odd behaviors originate from AASI-skewed populations? The AASI do seem to have some distant genetic affinity with the Andamanese, who also appear to have diverged from the same basal population as Oceanians (not Polynesians but Melanesians, Papuans, and Australians) and East Asians. I'm very curious about this group because I wonder how the current inhabitants of North Sentinel Island got there when they do not appear to have fully grasped firemaking in modern times. Possibly the Tasmanian effect if they descended from a larger population. Speaking of Australia, there does appear to have been some contact between Australians and Indians several millennia ago: https://theconversation.com/study-links-ancient-indian-visitors-to-australias-first-dingoes-11593

One thing the article doesn't mention is how retroflex consonants are an areal feature in India, but are also somehow rather prominent in Australian languages? Then again, it could be a coincidence since they do appear in some singular languages like Swedish.

That was longer than I intended, I don't pretend to be an expert but the chaotic complexity of India really fascinates me.

It begins. Afghan "refugees" now showing up. Canada already accepts 20,000 of them. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Women are basically pets in Afghanistan. Though I would say Western pets enjoy significantly better welfare.

Without God there can be no moral society by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I've really enjoyed your posts so far -- recognize your name because it's quite unique.

Thanks! "Slayer of enemies", a Diné/Navajo deity.

I've been thinking, was monotheism overtaking polytheism always inevitable? (Like how there tends to be greater diversity after a mass extinction event but then the species inevitably stabilize according to their ecological niches. Just like the post-biological realm where earlier models of electronic equipment and vehicles are usually more heterogeneous before they converge into a particular standard. And there is a similar uniformity between most unrelated cultures where everyone eventually comes to an agreement on basic tenets of social conservatism and proscribing certain actions. Though monogamy itself is abnormal, I wonder if it would become standard on a sufficiently long time-scale due to its positive effect on social cohesion.)

It seems to me that most monotheistic religions associate mercy and justice with their god, whereas many polytheistic traditions have transactional rituals and imply that the only thing that matters is power. Were I to be alt-right, I would be wary of adopting any form of neo-paganism which does not seem to differ much in terms of morality from the various other primitive cults that can be found in Africa, Asia-Pacific, or the Americas.

In Hinduism I can see the evolution from primitive and arbitrary worship, to philosophical sophistication and cultivation of virtue, before sinking into the bog of cultural savagery as it synthesizes with various aboriginal traditions. India is known for its poor fecal management but not so much for its sanctification of cow urine: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-india-cow-urine-pa-idUSKBN2110D5

Anyway, on the topic of convergence and cultural immobility, Paul Skallas has been documenting some examples of what he calls "refinement culture": https://paulskallas.substack.com/p/refinement-culture

Part 2: https://paulskallas.substack.com/p/refinement-culture-c1b

It seems ineluctable.

Without God there can be no moral society by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I see. I'm not really familiar with anyone here.

Without God there can be no moral society by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Without God, there can be no moral society. I used to be a cringe atheist but i’ve regained my belief in the almighty after realizing this fact.

It begins. Afghan "refugees" now showing up. Canada already accepts 20,000 of them. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Males are the least negatively affected in this particular scenario.

It begins. Afghan "refugees" now showing up. Canada already accepts 20,000 of them. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Years ago, Afghan refugees were explicitly banned from some Iranian provinces and not allowed to work in various high-skill industries: https://www.dw.com/fa-ir/%D9%85%D9%85%D9%86%D9%88%D8%B9-%D8%B4%D8%AF%D9%86-%D8%AD%D8%B6%D9%88%D8%B1-%D8%A7%D9%81%D8%BA%D8%A7%D9%86%D9%87%D8%A7-%D8%AF%D8%B1-%D8%AF%D9%88-%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%A7%D9%86-%D8%A7%DB%8C%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%86/a-16097951

Here is a map of where they have been banned from: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afganos_en_Ir%C3%A1n#/media/Archivo:Afg_mamnu_dar_iran.png

Though it would make the most sense for Iran to field them now. At least it has a better healthcare system than the USA and even used to subsidize food and secondary education for Afghan refugees. If progressives care so much about the environment, why aren't they against using emissions-intensive transport to bring them to Western countries?

Afghans didn't even want to put up a fight against the Taliban?

Afghanistan is simply too decentralized and fraught with ethnic/religious hostility. Which just validates the opinions of sane people about multiculturalism.

Daoud Khan was Afghanistan's last chance to avoid the following decades of misery, but he played his hand quite badly -- antagonizing local ethnic groups and bordering countries -- and was assassinated by the same organization that put him in power. If that didn't happen then a religious uprising would have occurred during his lifetime. Islam was never negotiable, thus Islamic socialism might have been the only way to bring people together and neutralize religious disruption of economic reforms. Later stages could have been funded by their mining industry. Now it's just a smörgåsbord for China.

The Black Call for Separation, Unz.com. A hilarious read. by Fitter_Happier in debatealtright

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The Black Hammer Organization has already attempted this. Most notable for their attempt at building a separatist commune on infertile land in CO, but I think their trolling of Anne Frank's legacy is one of their crowning achievements: https://www.opindia.com/2021/05/black-separatist-group-black-hammer-acquires-200-acres-of-colorado-land-to-create-communist-ethnostate/

"Anne Frank’s father participated in an imperial army that went abroad & killed African people everyday, but we’re supposed to cry for the bleach demon 🥴"

Anyway, does anyone find it weird that the BLM riots, CHAZ/CHOP, and the McGirt v. Oklahoma decision happened within a pretty short time span of each other? Don't think of this as merely a racial thing. Justice might be privatized (for poor people of all races) in the future. People like Cori Bush (D-Mo.) are campaigning to defund the police while using their own campaign funds to hire private security: https://www.kmov.com/news/the-height-of-hypocrisy-missouri-ag-responds-to-cori-bushs-private-security-spending/article_af678f4c-f63d-11eb-960b-fb4e8be91f81.html

And there's already a theoretical legal loophole for crimes committed in the Zone of Death in ID.

So now that the integrity of the USian state is more tenuous than it seems, what do people here think of bioregionalism? I don't think much will happen in concrete terms but I'm curious about your perspectives on the Cascadia secession movement, and other political phenomena of a similar nature.

To what extent should govt meddle in the free market? by la_cues in debatealtright

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Worker cooperatives can co-exist with a market economy. Most of the successful ones (e.g. Mondragon) are operated by ethnic Europeans and tend to have superior longevity and productivity. Might be something that certain people want to get involved in, if they want to build a self-sufficient community within a broader hostile society. And in different circumstances, state guidance will complement this form of business organization.

To what extent should govt meddle in the free market? by la_cues in debatealtright

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The more I think about the philosophical basis of right-wing libertarianism, the more insane it seems. If we were to take the concepts of voluntary association and individualism to their logical conclusion, then why don't we all stop being heterotrophic multicellular organisms? Lack of consent is also the rationale of some people who embrace anti-natalism. Remember this person who wanted to sue his parents for giving birth to him: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-47154287

Regarding mitwit theory, retards are so lacking in their adaptive faculties that running on the bare minimum can only work if they were instinctually right. I think the Lindy effect might be applicable here. The longer certain forms of retardation persist, the longer they may be expected to thrive because of their proven durability.

Having kids isn't a political solution and is no viable strategy to victory by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I meant in terms of inducing social/economic conditions that enable anti-natalist mentalities or force people to limit reproduction.

When it comes to media, traditional media is obviously unviable but social media can work in the future since third world access to the internet will increase eventually. On the internet, most of us people from non-Anglophone countries have some proficiency in English. As for the most natally problematic region on the planet, Africa, the majority of people there who can access the internet will most likely speak a colonial language like French, if not English.

Even developing countries like Brazil and Bangladesh have sub-replacement fertility rates.

Having kids isn't a political solution and is no viable strategy to victory by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Actively trying to spread anti-natalism in third world countries also helps.

Do you support the Taliban? (Not a fedpost) by Noloben in debatealtright

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They kind of remind me of my own culture. Mountainous terrain, nosy neighbors, Sunni Islam, decentralized and clan-based social structure.

Do you support the Taliban? (Not a fedpost) by Noloben in debatealtright

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I detest the Varg Vikernes mentality of determining race on the basis of phenotype; Europeans have various historical achievements and cultural attributes they could base their pride on instead. It is odd for some esoteric nationalists to identify with various Iranic and Indic groups due to a cultural/genetic link that is thousands of years old, when what arguably differentiates Europeans from others developed much later in the Middle Ages.

But they're not even the worse offenders. Some Indians seem desperate to associate themselves with Europe when even Obama is more European than them. You don't see the same sort of mentality with Iranic peoples despite their greater genetic affinity, but they have a certain thing that some Indians lack: pride.

When I observe Pakistani-Indian disputes, Pakistani nationalists boast of their aesthetic superiority while Indian nationalists fantasize about colonizing Pakistani women and girls.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I live in an area (outside the first world) where the black population is almost nonexistent. They will be mostly staying off my lawn while I (hopefully) get to reap the benefits of doing business with them in the future. I know that compassion is alarmingly disjunct from intelligence, and my cynicism compels me to believe that most stupid people would apply genius in malicious ways if they had it. Dumb psychopaths occupy prisons while smart psychopaths occupy, heh, Wall Street. It seems to me that most people only think of two things when they consider others: 1) Is this person useful? 2) Is this person willing to be useful to me? The stereotype content model is probably one of the most succinct descriptions of human interaction. The basis is not love/hate, but admiration/pity/envy/loathing.

And those who are worthy of admiration are so abnormally few. I think the alt-right could be more aggressive in competing for their support. Make them an offer they can't refuse. Someone on your side needs to research and draft functional policies down to the most minute details, no AOC-tier vagueness. I think you might have heard of John Coster-Mullen, the truck driver who somehow reverse-engineered Little Boy and Fat Man as a hobby. Imagine that dedication invested into drafting a hypothetical model for universal healthcare or something. Most people who would respond to the type of discourse here are probably already in the movement, show society in general a good alternative to the current government. I don't have skin in the game but I would support anyone who could produce a technical plan on how to restore social and economic equilibrium to the USA, even if they are a group I would not like to associate with normally.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Unfortunate, and yet not exceptional. I'm too blackpilled regarding nature/environmentalism but in normal circumstances I would have regretted what occurred in Eastern Europe under Communism. Though, I do imagine West Africa could have been a significantly better place if Thomas Sankara wasn't assassinated. I don't care that much about black people either way, but it seems like a lot of people in alt-right communities just want to recycle the same conversations about racial differences in IQ for the sake of their own ego. Same thing that alienated me from race-realist communities even if it does seem like the subject matter is valid. Why would I care that much if a certain race had a lower IQ on average?

Thanks again for your comment.

No problem.

The last country with high fertility aryan peoples is...Afghanistan? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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It's funny to me because of how the lyrics imply some sort of similarity between two archetypes often construed as polar opposites in Western popular culture. The bitter incel, and the basic woman who "lives life on easy mode". F the world, because I love it? The incel is compelled to hate because he can't have what he wants, but the Midwestern Christian Becky just wants what's best for you and is only upset that you won't be godly. It feels like a reference to the passive-aggressive Protestant Christian admonishment that one must "hate the sin, not the sinner". Though the Church is only one of many institutions that can claim to be doing something for your benefit when they are in fact hurting you. (And a certain type of USian Christian has a victim complex, just like incels!)

But, it sometimes also reads like it is drawing a contrast between the superficial, hypocritical modern Christian and earlier stages of Christianity (by demonstrating the similarities, you see the differences clearer). Both Biblical -- God destroys time and time again as vengeance for misbehavior, and inflicts suffering as a trial -- and Gnostic, Catharist in particular. Rejection of the material world as evil, yet respectful of life in that they abstained from consumption of meat or dairy. It's almost like a ... Trinity, of opposite yet similar constructs. Which fits the overall tone of love-hate.

The music doesn't agree with me sonically, but Dorian Electra's latest album is reaching a new level of satire that I haven't seen in earlier works. And how many artists can have "(feat. Village People & Pussy Riot)" in their music video titles? She/they even made a song with Rebecca Black. I'm mostly interested in the drag king aspect though. It seems like drag culture has become popular, especially with women, for all the wrong reasons, and has lost its original ironic intent. Which used to make some feminists angry because at the time it was seen as a mockery of femininity. But, the magic of drag/camp is that it is simultaneously a criticism and a celebration of its subject. What Susan Sontag calls "a good taste of bad taste". "Pink Flamingos" come to mind.

Anyway -- "Can't get laid"? Clearly Midwest Becky can if she wants, but there is humor in how the lyrics construe a false affinity between ugly, hopeless incels and a woman who thinks she's too good for anyone but Christian Chad. Note the attire -- jeans, originally designed for miners, now entirely ornamental on a person who is also entirely ornamental, appropriating a serious religion as something entirely ornamental. Or maybe I am just schizo.

Edit: Grammar.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Sure. I'm not even disputing much of what OP suggests, but what I was commenting about -- dearth of concrete details or depth -- was also observed in socialist communities.

As a former socialist, I was primarily irritated by dogmatic adherence to ideology (when two of the most successful Marxist-influenced regimes tailored their policy to their respective pre-regime conditions), and how the discourse was centered on goals rather than how to achieve them. I still support universal healthcare (and so should the private sector since it efficiently maximizes workforce productivity), but it was difficult to even find left-wing people with solid ideas on how the funding model should work. Does a single-payer or entirely tax-funded healthcare system suit the US, considering its history and political structure? Many European countries opt for a mixed-funding model involving private and public entities. Not to mention basically all Western European countries are much more centralized and have a significantly smaller population, which makes it so much easier to implement universal healthcare. + the USian healthcare insurance industry was instrumental in preventing universal healthcare legislation in the 1990s, even when many US citizens supported it.

Now I am more influenced by non-fascist variants of "third way" economics (French dirigisme, East Asian state-sponsored capitalism). Clearly the free market is not sufficient to determine optimal resource allocation, though it should also be noted that Communist regimes in the 20th century had more irregularities with economic production. Not to mention that onerous production targets encouraged a culture of exaggerating output and cutting corners, which was partially responsible for the stigma that Chinese-manufactured products had. I feel like some Communist governments in Eastern Europe focused too hard on certain industries (which also wrought significant ecological damage). Part of their downfall came from their inability to technologically pivot and catch up to the West in the latter half of the 20th century.

What alienated me from the most successful fascist regimes were privatization and rewarding private entities on the basis of prior collaboration, when economic output and international competitiveness can be improved by supporting businesses that are already successful in exporting internationally.

I'm not really ideological. Perhaps you may call me center-left. I focus on strategies with proven successes, though obviously there have to be historical failures to learn from. You can see the differences in social outcomes between Pakistan and India, when the latter had a much more comprehensive land reform while the former still has a semi-feudalistic social structure in some rural areas. I suppose some of the more traditionalist people here will be interested in distributist and geoist ideas. (Topical due to BlackRock, but also eternally relevant. Land and natural resources are the basis of everything.)

Land allocation, energy policy, and universal healthcare are my main priorities. Not really GDP, but I think it would make a good case study if a socialist country dominated a capitalist country in economic competition, though there would inevitably be international manipulation and sanctions. It would be an epic refutation if a socialist nation could beat the capitalists at their own game. Also I feel like people don't explore market socialism enough. + a lot of universal healthcare advocates should also promote preventative measures, since the diet and urban environment of the average USian is greatly detrimental to health. There also needs to be labor reform, good labor conditions > better health > better labor.

Final comment, I am not a libertarian but we should work harder on efficient government design. It needs to be streamlined and there are too many gay tax laws (and laws in general) riddled with loopholes, which the rich often exploit.

Edit: Typo.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Why are you taking this so personally? I am just saying that fascists shouldn't expect to be successful if they have no realistic plans.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Socialism however, would and has completely failed in the middle east and Latin America.

Your CIA niggers were responsible undermining socialist movements across the world and eliminated people like Allende in order to install right-wing dictators like Pinochet. I am holding the USA responsible for the destruction of Project Cybersyn.

Also, if I were European I would not care much for the alt-right because barely any people are economically literate. There are no realistic and comprehensive economic programs being advocated, only vague notions that things will sort themselves out once racial demographics are adjusted. Much like how delusional first-world Marxists think we only need to vote in socialist government to achieve economic justice, or Trump supporters believing everything will be alright once the swamp is drained.

Even when I delve into fascist theory, there is a lack of clarity regarding economics.

1 in 3 households in the US grow food by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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My guess is each person will require 1 hectare (or approximately 2,5 acres) of farmland, minimum. Not even factoring in meteorological perturbations, soil quality, or radiation in a hypothetical post-nuclear scenario. Aquaponics, hydroponics, and vertical farming are going to be more popular in the future as agricultural techniques develop and the human population increases. If African overpopulation isn't going to impact the community where you live, it looks like a good business opportunity.

In developed countries there tend to be complex laws regarding building specifications, taxation, and such. You would have to get creative regarding the classification of certain buildings, and adjusting to individual living quarters around 9 sqm. Not to mention that going off-grid in cold climates complicates everything. You will have to alter your gun care routine, buy snow equipment for your vehicles, insulate pipes, generate significantly more electricity for heating, etc.

Some very encouraging demographic data from Anatoly Karlin by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I don't know European history well.

If you're a European nationalist, shouldn't you? My knowledge is much less than what I would like it to be, but I'm not European.

Regarding the 1970s, you might have seen this website: https://wtfhappenedin1971.com/

It's quite a coincidence that I have thought that most pictures made after the 1960s were not worth watching, ages before I came across those statistics.

Some very encouraging demographic data from Anatoly Karlin by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Plus, East Germany has a higher birth rate than the west and its more than 90% German. Remove Berlin and East Germany is as white as Poland.

"Kevin ist kein Name, sondern eine Diagnose." Overall, East Germany continues to have worse social/economic metrics than West Germany. You can see the same pattern between Czechia and Slovakia, where there was unequal development during the Communist period. But if the entirety of Eastern Europe continues to experience demographic decline, then that's just a good opportunity to buy cheap property in the future and relocate if you want. The most talented people tend to move abroad which means lower economic competition.

India too is seeing a rapid decline in Birth rates.

As we all know, there is a disparity between different demographics and regions. Jain and Parsi birth rates are abysmal, and Muslims are one of the most fertile.

Watching China: Anatomy of a Suicide by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tang_ping

China's own wave of social/economic withdrawal like what has been observed in Japan many years earlier. Though I suppose there are gendered variants in the West, mostly social movements like MGTOW.

"Lying down means never falling down."

Chinese people are not as robotic as sometimes stereotyped.

The last country with high fertility aryan peoples is...Afghanistan? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Radical feminism is not as radical as you might think; it has basically accomplished nothing for women or against males. Totally harmless except for a few verbal barbs. I've been looking for girls and women who can build an undergound society for a while and have ultimately come to the conclusion that the people most likely to accomplish such a task will not be found among feminists. Because if males are that bad, then surely we should be trying harder to be independent? Or the lackadaisical attitude of feminists is warranted, which therefore means that their hatred is not. I have too much on my plate to bother with that level of anger against an enemy who does not motivate me to separate.

It seems like any feminist identifying as "blackpilled" is not actually cynical enough about males to take the necessary measures, but "blackpill feminist" is an oxymoron in itself. It doesn't stop radical feminists on Twitter from appropriating that identity though. My guess is that it's just going to devolve into shallow anti-handmaiden spite (like a mirror of MRAs against "simps"), with no deeper analysis of female behavior. A more profound blackpill is that women are almost as awful, but the blackpill means most things seem like a choice between bad and worse.

And speaking of oxymorons, I don't believe women can literally be incels if they are under 50 years old. But I quite enjoy the irony that their hatred of males makes them so much more like actual misogynistic incels, whose hatred is like desire that has expired or rotten away. Dorian Electra made a song about this mentality: https://tube.cadence.moe/watch?v=aLnVLo6uxqo

The visuals are definitely an integral part of the humor. I feel like there is a massive difference between formal music and vernacular music, but not in the way that some pseudo-intellectuals think. Both are important and valid art-forms in different ways. Formal music, to me, has always been sort of a mathematical exercise. In the Middle Ages this was implied in the quadrivium: geometry was number in space and music was number in time. Whereas vernacular music was very culturally situated; and a lot of its meaning was derived from the persona of the artists and the visual accoutrements.

The last country with high fertility aryan peoples is...Afghanistan? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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This sub is more radical feminist than BPF is blackpilled, and that place is mostly abandoned now. It is my regret that I did not realize that earlier.

I'm not familiar with that community. Moid is a word of uncertain origin, personally I prefer something like "rape ape" or "nYgger". I'm guessing the "femcel" or "TruFemcel" idea is that they're all the same (like how b!tch and c@nt are etymologically different but convey the same emotion). By "all the same" I am referring both to the slurs (in terms of meaning) and how "TruFemcels" might regard all of your gender.

I like the thought you put into your comments.

Well, thank you.

The last country with high fertility aryan peoples is...Afghanistan? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I don't think profanity is necessary. And why not both? I have plenty of reasons to be against both Israel and the USA. Which is not to say that other manipulative political entities in the Middle East are excusable, but it seems to me that Israel is more dangerous than Turkey or Iran.

Would you consider commenting more outside of BPF?

I'll think about it.

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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That's what I was referring to, thanks!

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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Yes. Funnily enough I felt like there was a major male presence here over a month ago, but it wasn't her.

I don't agree with everything she says, but many people here are not realistic about things like the GMVH or the necessity of stereotypical masculine traits like mathematical aptitude. If we were as talented as scrotes, why would they even continue to exist?

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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So many people bullied La Polaca because they thought she was a male troll, but she's one of the most blackpilled posters around here. I guess she would be getting harassed over there too if she joined.

The last country with high fertility aryan peoples is...Afghanistan? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I'm not from Afghanistan specifically, but I don't really cotton to you folks trying to co-opt us Middle Easterners on the basis of phenotype. My people are even closer to Europe than Pashtuns or Tajiks are, and we have no interest whatsoever in identifying with European civilization. You shouldn't forget that many hold a grudge against the West because of the USA's disastrous foreign policy. Have a good day.

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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Thanks!

I was thinking more along the lines of economic/political ideology. Despite its meme reputation, libertarian is just as utopian as socialism. After all, if humanity could achieve optimal economic/social/moral outcomes with minimal governance, what need would there be for communism? Or rather, wouldn't communism organically develop in such a society anyway? It appears to me that the essence of a good society lies in the characteristics of its individual constituents than any institutional ideology or political system -- the latter is downstream from the former. Just like most women can't overcome their biological programming, degenerate societies can't be elevated with mere policy.

But this topic has been on my mind lately because of how doomed our economic future is. If it's pathetic that women can't transcend their own weakness or fight back against oppression, then what does that imply about people around the world who refuse to do anything meaningful against the oligarchy? We just complain on the internet and on the phone, post memes, and continue to buy things from Amazon. It would be nice to get in touch with blackpill socialists.

Edit: Grammar.

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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She's probably focused on real life or mostly interacting with BPF posters privately. I don't think it's much of a cause for concern because we tend to recycle the same topics sometimes. Though after being blackpilled beyond what most people would ever find acceptable, I still feel like we still have further to go. Eventually we might venture beyond anything resembling female-centered discourse, but the ultimate blackpill is that it is hopeless for everything and everybody. It encompasses all.

I have a strong feeling that the bpf sub on the pinkpill site is going to slowly turn into another normie/radfem space. Bpf is doomed either way. by [deleted] in BPF

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There are probably more people on this planet who qualify for My 600-lb Life than people who qualify as genuine BPF. I don't think feminism is a useful term to describe this ideology anymore. Feminism became obsolete to me before I even discovered this community, but what would be an apt term to replace it? Blackpill sociology/anthropology? Because blackpill efilism is somewhat tautological.

There must be other blackpill variants of various political groups too. Blackpill socialism is obvious enough even among and beyond their adherents, and there is something of a discourse regarding afropessimism. I'm really curious, however, to know what a blackpilled manifestation of a right-wing ideology would look like.

If scrotes didn't exist I wouldn't mind being homeless. (Though I concede it's partially because I don't have any medical conditions and can live without modern medicine.) by Nayenezgani in BPF

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My favorite part would be sleeping under the stars on a clear night. Naturally we can do that on a balcony or in a backyard -- and I try to do this as much as possible -- but it doesn't really beat sleeping in an open field.

I like radical Islam. by Nayenezgani in BPF

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Mostly, human lives were sacrificed in the name of anti-Christian persecution. They just won the conflict that the pagans started, and once they became the new cultural authority they introduced the concept of human rights to the Europeans (which is the reason why Europeans even pretend to be civilized today). But their largesse extends beyond race (much to the chagrin of certain people), and Catholic missionaries were known to be defenders of indigenous rights in South America. In Europe, Christian influence was responsible for spreading literacy, hygiene, charity, and scholasticism far beyond Rome.

There are less than 90 countries that even have billionaires, and the USA has the most in the world. But it's not just the billionaires themselves. It's the institutions and corporations they create to enable large-scale economic exploitation and surveillance. The USA simply won nature's game of being the most competent psychopathic entity this time, but it is only a matter of time before the next technological rupture enables them to permanently be on top. It's in the interest of humanity to sink Silicon Valley into the depths of Hell. I would sacrifice the entirety of womankind to obliterate FAANG. Even if the Catholic Church was a terrorist organization, it would not compare to the USA.

Edit: Typo.

I like radical Islam. by Nayenezgani in BPF

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That may be partially true because many pagan societies never accomplished much of value or left literature of note. We do, however, have archeological evidence of human sacrifice and ritual torture from pre-Christian Europeans. Clonycavan Man might have liked pagan society even less than I do. And I'm sure those pagan societies didn't like the cultures that came before them either. Were it not for Christianity, Europeans in general would have retained savagery on par with ancient Romans and early modern Mexica to this very day.

It's not just that women are too accommodating, frankly that would benefit me too, but that many of them actively love being humiliated and degraded. And scrotes are more than willing to indulge them. Though Bergman had the cinematic talent of a head amputee, he was quite right about society: "[t]o humiliate and be humiliated ... is a crucial element in our whole social structure".

Incels are only going to grow in numbers while social relations decay. Their ideas will permeate into mainstream consciousness just as the concept of inceldom did in the past decade. But being ugly has never stopped Weinstein or Epstein from wielding great social power. Most such people reside in the USA, in fact. Within that country live the most powerful people on the planet and some of the most miserable. And many outside the USA have a grudge to hold because of the countless atrocities that have been perpetrated against humanity. Many countries in the Americas have had their sovereignty abrogated in order for the USA to install right-wing dictatorships. After decades of being molested by Uncle Sam, people around the globe want vengeance.

Edit: Grammar.

I like radical Islam. by Nayenezgani in BPF

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Christianity was the best thing that ever happened to Europe (and European women). Most early converts were women! This was quite a feat to accomplish in the Roman Empire, where female infanticide was common and male overpopulation was even more severe than reported in modern China. Around 130 scrotes to 100 women at some point, according to some sources (Russell). Christian women -- or really, girls -- married several years later than their pagan female contemporaries, and the institution of nunneries in later history afforded women a socially acceptable means of opting out of reproductive exploitation. Thus, Christianity improved both marital and non-marital prospects for women.

Of course, female acceptance does not always imply optimal female self-interest. After all, most British converts to Islam are women too. But even Islam is better for women than parts of pre-Christian Rome, where women had negligible property rights and widows were even fined for not remarrying expediently (during the reign of Augustus). The Catholic Church increased marital stability for women, and today they're one of the major contributors to social services and poverty alleviation in the USA. What positive thing have pagans ever accomplished? If it were up to me I would have gone Tiananmen Square on them and exterminated them completely.

Being true to the original tenets of BPF, 99% of women are not salvageable and we should not mourn them. There is no mainstream neutral/positive situation for women in the future, so if we are going down then we might as well take some with us. So not only was 9/11 justified, it should have happened repeatedly in the West followed by an enormous volley of ICBMs until the USA is one gigantic parking lot. After all, the USA is the epicenter of incel culture and therefore must be deleted expediently.

I like radical Islam. by Nayenezgani in BPF

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Obviously you don't have a single Muslim in your life or you would know that most of them disavow Islamic terrorism. Which is not to say that they endorse West-compatible values, but Muslims are the primary victims. And as one of the largest religions, Islam is affiliated with more terrorist attacks and terrorist organizations in absolute numbers. Do you also want me to summarize why it would be a futile effort to encourage Jain terrorism? Even in your sheltered world, you can't even name five Christian terrorist organizations.

My post is unusual here because I'm the only person advocating for actionable solutions, rather than repeating the same anti-male diatribes over again or posting fatuous fantasies about female communes. If you think getting a gun or training in martial arts will do much to keep you safe in the future, you are already dead meat. We need door armor, bunkers, gas masks, grenades, tanks, electric fences, etc. Most of all, we need a sure way to kill ourselves if scrotes breech all our external defenses.

The reason why I'm not advocating for women to commit terrorism in the name of feminism should be obvious, but it looks like I am going to have to do all the work again (like I probably would if I had to live in a commune with the people here). Simply, women are inept at politics and war. It is better to let our enemies neutralize each other, which is why I support both the alt-right and genocidal black nationalism. And if one were to be anti-Islam, the logical thing to support would be Muslims killing each other instead of allowing them to play moderate respectability politics while insidiously infiltrating non-Muslim institutions.

A poll, kinda by [deleted] in BPF

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Chimpanzees are stronger than humans in absolute and relative terms. Should one envy them, or want to be them? The answer to this should be the same as the answer to OP.

Animal abuse by Throawayz in BPF

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Yes, but at the same time scrotes value the lives of their own companion pets over women.

Do you perform femininity? by [deleted] in BPF

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I used to have a job where having someone put makeup on me and dress me up (sometimes in heels) was part of the deal, beyond that I never bothered with makeup and don't really care whether other women do or not. Even if they are pick-mes, should I really be nitpicking their grooming habits when they're wreaking so much damage in their other behaviors?

The one thing that I do care about is epilation, but it's not about femininity. Islam is right about scrotes too: armpit hair should be removed. It is disgusting on all genders. I'd rather that most scrotes shaved their legs as well, one of the things I find truly revolting about the average European scrote is how hirsute their legs are. There are better methods than waxing though.

Nails should be natural, even if the products weren't toxic I find nail polish to be just as trashy as tattoos.

Looks like Billie went full eMpoWerEd retard by fckoffmale in BPF

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Scrotes only supported feminism because they thought it would get women to give them the milk for free. While the failure of this expectation has driven them to oppose feminism, they hate traditional patriarchy even more because it requires them to do something in return for sex. Not only that, but they cannot ogle attractive women in extremely conservative societies.

Remember, seeing scantily-clad girls and using a tool both activate the same brain region in scrotes: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/bikinis-women-men-objects-science

If women's power originates from their sexual desirability, why don't scrotes try to empower each other by being gay?

"The only reason I couldn't be gay is, because I could never f@ck a man, because I could never f@ck something that I respect." - Jim Jefferies.

Edit: Typo.

Maybe I am psychopath but I don't have much sympathy for women who were with psychos for months even years and they didn't left them immediately. by [deleted] in BPF

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It would be just as grim if they were handsome. I've personally seen women come to PPF/BPF, understand male depravity, and then return to hooking up with random attractive scrotes. If I could implement one single rule for our spaces, it would be to undergo a test of mental fortitude against "HVM". No woman is truly free unless she is immune to all scrotes.

This brings us back to a discussion a few days ago on BPF: many radical feminists are just bitter. Not because they were physically harmed, but because there's no "HVM" in their life at the moment. We are fighting a million year war, and women defect to the other side by default. This is also why I don't believe in proselytizing, because any woman who is worth it has already figured it out on their own. The vast majority of women I see around PPF/BPF spend decades tolerating abuse from scrotes, and then suddenly decided they hate them after joining some echo chamber on the internet. If they couldn't draw the obvious conclusion from their own observations, then they had years to understand male behavior on a scientific level.

As for het women's preferences, I think it's partially a matter of age. Girls like pretty emo boys, older women seek brawny patriarchs. I honestly can't imagine getting to the point where I would begin to be attracted to hairy musclemen, but I'm bored of heterosexuality nowadays. Even trying to imagine a scrote with whom I could have a female-tier emotional connection feels more inauthentic and cringe than the average Reddit moid pretending he isn't miserable.

"Cis white women are a safe option. They are just as much the default as the white men they replace." https://archive.is/Q5vSD by _Moon_ in BPF

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Scrotes hold an ample amount of loathing for women regardless of race, but there's a certain undertone of incel bitterness when it comes to White women. Now there are multiple reasons why that is, and one of them is that they prefer White women but can't have them.

They are not alone, however, and I sense that erasure of White women from popular media was partially designed to placate the egos of non-White women. It's partially why non-White female SJWs revel in the "Karen" meme: they were always regarded as inferior to the archetypal blond cheerleader in high school, and it must be soothing to imagine her drained of all her erotic capital.

Tell me how to be happy as a woman if most women are opressing themselves, perceiving eachother throught the male gaze, being ageist(i swear most women are...) and subject us to the patriarchy by tech9kkk in BPF

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Pick-mes are the wall between us and scrotes. It might be embarrassing to be associated with them by gender, but they will buy us some time.

When outrunning a bear you don't have to be the fastest, just don't be the slowest. This applies to most situations in life. When I was a child I was always the shortest, weakest, slowest, and certainly the poorest. There's always people serving a function like this in complex societies. They take one for the team, and lower the standards of competition.

I know that eugenicists don't really want to distribute desirable genes to all future members of society. They blather about genetic/racial differences in IQ to feel better about themselves, but if everyone was smarter then those people would have much more difficulty succeeding in life.

do the women on ovarit ever realize their being infiltrated by far right men? by randomuser123 in BPF

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It's both. 4Chan scrotes are watching feminist spaces, and even if they didn't share an anti-tranny agenda with radical feminists, they would not pass up an opportunity to troll women.

It honestly feels like scrotes are here too.

I don't care if male children take estrogen because it'll lower the male fertility rate and make them weaker by kurlatake in BPF

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Depending on certain physiological variables, castration of scrotes prior to puberty can also caused increased height in adulthood. That doesn't mean they are more dangerous because the male physical advantage is based more on upper body strength rather than height alone, a short scrote can usually beat a tall woman in a physical confrontation. Even between scrotes, a shorter one can sometimes win against a much taller one (cf. 6'0" Fedor Emilianenko beating 7'2" Choi Hong-Man).

Even if hormonal manipulation might not necessarily make them less powerful, maybe high-status scrotes will have another outlet for their depraved desires rather than solely targeting women.

Do you like lockdown? by radicalhell in BPF

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Parody leftists' idea of agitating against capitalism is inadvertently accelerating the creation of an anarcho-capitalist dystopia. They don't understand the ramifications of defunding the police. The rich can arm themselves and hire private security, but the poor will be left with nothing. If you want to seek closure on a case, you will have to hire a private detective. That's how justice works in parts of South Africa. You must pay, but it's really the lower classes that pay for everything in the end.

Dismantling private prisons won't even be a permanent solution even if the parody left could figure out how to do it, because civilian workplaces are just becoming more prison-like. Crime is rising, and people's antisocial tendencies will become more bold as we see the end of policing as a public service. We will be basically living in an open air prison in the end.

Also I guess the general racial demographics of the United States might look more like prison racial demographics as time goes on.

But it's funny how much of this can happen under the guise of supposed racial justice. Take the McGirt v. Oklahoma decision for example. Parody leftists will celebrate the increasing autonomy of indigenous peoples, but anti-racism is really just allowing minority sacks to be anti-woman. Amerindian scrotes hiding under tribal law is nothing new, and this is how they got away with abusing Amerindian and non-Amerindian women alike for decades.