Western civilization needs a complete overhaul or it will fall apart one day or another. It has realized the most complete perversion of any rational order of things. Reign of matter, of gold, of machine, of number, it no longer possesses breath, or liberty, or light. -- Julius Evola, Heathen Imperialism
This quotation is closest to my belief. The rot comes from within, specifically the surplus of people with ignoble motivations. That is the problem to be fixed, and while it's harder than eliminating certain targets (USA, bankers, Jews, Scientologists, hackers, neo-Nazis, etc) it's the only thing that will actually reverse the problem.
Specifically, the surplus of people with ignoble motivations arises from doubt about the direction of a civilization. This usually occurs when enough of the population get fat and lazy by easy wealth or easy mental answers. That is the root of decay: no longer being concerned about extra-human reality or satisfying goals. When doubt arises, people turn on civilization, making the surplus which then band together into a self-reinforcing social in-group united in the idea of being opposed to the mainstream order.
The only solution is to restore reverence for values, transcendental notions of existence (origin of supernatural probability) and through that to create a heroic state of mind that transcends the individual.
The new research found that instead of engaging in civil discourse or debate, fully 16% of liberals admitted to blocking, unfriending or overtly hiding someone on a social networking site because that person expressed views they disagreed with. That's double the percentage of conservatives and more than twice the percentage of political moderates who behaved like that. - Investors Business Daily
Liberals are tolerant of what they want to tolerate.
"Pride in one's own race - and that does not imply contempt for other races - is also a normal and healthy sentiment. I have never regarded the Chinese or the Japanese as being inferior to ourselves. They belong to ancient civilizations, and I admit freely that their past history is superior to our own. They have the right to be proud of their past, just as we have the right to be proud of the civilization to which we belong. Indeed, I believe the more steadfast the Chinese and the Japanese remain in their pride of race, the easier I shall find it to get on with them." - An Unexpected Source
Much less selfish than I expected, and a useful endorsement for Black Power and Zionist movements worldwide.
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My virginity story can be best described as âdisappointing,â and putting virginity on a pedestal usually leads to this disappointment. My first time wasnât anything magical. But my first anal time was.
I didnât lose my anal virginity until years after I first had sex. It was a mix of passion, pleasure, and a dash of pain, all combining to form the statement âCan we have a round 2?â immediately afterwards. It was what I had wanted from my first experience; I canât do the experience justice with words.
Anal sex requires more intimacy than vaginal sex. A girl has to be able to relax and trust her partner, or else the sex is just painful. Because people think that anal sex is messy (itâs not), most partners only attempt it they comfortable with each otherâs bodies. And the guy has to know what heâs doing, and to remember to use lube. Many a friend of mine has described situations where men have tried it on the first hookup, without lube. This will be a trainwreck: Always use lube! Since not everyone keeps it on them, anal sex requires a bit more planning.
I donât always prefer anal sex to vaginal sex â the sensations are different â but at the very least it adds spice to the bedroom. Anal might never be as widely accepted as oral, but it is the one sexual act I have found that is worth the hype. - My anal virginity
Of all the things in life, that you do or buy, why do you need them in the first place? What do they achieve?
Hint: nothing is fun on its own; it's all context. Even drugs and sodomy.
As you probably know, I have friends of many stripes, and I don't discriminate on the basis of religion. I view differences as being primarily of vocabulary. If a Christian wants to talk about his transcendent reverence for God, I substitute "trees" and we understand each other just fine. To a philosopher, we are talking about the same topic. Ditto the Jewish moral imperative or the Hindu reverence for the pantheon of gods.
However, I'm also somewhat outsider in that I view the anus as being as holy as the mouth, and God being only as holy as Satan. The two opposites create the whole; there is no separation. There is no separation of heaven and earth, God and nature. All is contiguous and to enforce false separations is to enforce and project the human perspective in its most error-prone state.
Thus to me it is entirely logically consistent that someone might list Meister Eckhart and Anton Long as his primary influences...
However, people don't like this. They want me to cheer for one team or the other. They don't like my point that all I'm going to cheer for is the Godhead, which is the ground of existence from which thought and matter, good and evil, God and Satan, now and forever, etc. emerge. Or as they say in that cheesy but accurate-ish movie The Craft: "If God and Satan played a game of football, [godhead] would be the stadium."
This is the essence of all occult, Pagan and Vedic beliefs. We are not opposed to your God. We are not however going to drop awareness of all for just one God. And we will worship Satan as we worship blood, fire, death, sodomy and hatred, because without those things -- equal to flowers, cake, peace, love and kitties -- our world would not exist. You cannot have good without Evil. You cannot have God without Satan.
I imagine most people reading this will have their own equivalent - the film that first rocked their world, blew their tiny minds, introduced them to the all-consuming marvel of cinema. But Repo Man was mine. Squinting through a veil of cigarette smoke, all but pinned back in my seat as Iggy Pop's theme tune blasted tinnily from the Electric's speakers, I watched agape as the frantic title sequence of a radiation-green road map of the route from Los Alamos to California gave way to the opening scene of Frank J Parnell's stuttering drive across the desert: the first sardonic note of the film's account of a stolen Chevy Malibu with a secret in its trunk and, in its way, pretty much everything else besides. And something deeply significant clicked into place for me.
Given my age at the time, the strange thing is, having watched it semi-regularly over the last two decades, I still think the film's a stone classic. Still as fuck-you funny now as then; still as prescient in its fixation with conspiracies and coincidence; still as potent in portraying an LA (and by extension a world) at once feral and beigely-corporatised. Now, as an adult, I'm still glad it was the one that got to me first. And that in itself is no minor stroke of luck. After all, at 12, most of us are nothing if not insanely pliable, our formative influences ingested haphazardly, stumbled on by chance - and as I think of it now, a vast streak of my own tastes can still be traced back to that glacial night at the Electric. - "How Repo Man got my cultural motor running," by Danny Leigh, The Guardian
Worth noting. A true classic, alongside Apocalypse Now and Dr. Strangelove.
Tarak Nath Das, an Indian revolutionary, wrote glowingly of Fascist Italy in 1931: âItaly, under the leadership of Signor Mussolini, is roused to its very depths of national consciousness. It feels that it has a mission of introducing a higher type of civilization. It had the urge of becoming a great power again ... Italy must be great through her national power, achieved through the authority of an 'ethical State' supported by national co-operation and solidarity.â
Das added: âEvery Italian citizen must think first of his duty towards his self-development, [his concern for the] welfare of the state and society ... and [he must] make his or her supreme effort to attain the ideal. Class harmony must take the place of the ideal of class-war. So-called democracy must give way to the rule of the aristocracy of intellect. ... Some superficial and prejudiced observers of new Italy have spoken of 'Fascist tyranny' and condemned the Fascist regime. To me it is clear that the Fascist government or a particular official might have made some mistakes on particular occasions; but Fascism stands for liberty with responsibility and it is opposed to all forms of license. It gives precedence to Duty and Strength, as one finds in the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita." - IBT
We suffer under the tyranny of the lowest common denominator everyday.
This is majoritarianism, a subset of utilitarianism, both subsets of Crowdism.
You either look at the individual, or at the big picture.
If you look at the former, the latter suffers.
If you look at the latter, the former suffers -- to about the degree it always does.
Is it asexuality, or just waiting around for the elusive person you want to have sex with:
In the opening scenes of the documentary, director Angela Tucker asks people to tell her what asexuality means to them. "I thinkâ¦ moss is asexual?" one woman ponders, while another talks about tadpoles.
Listen to asexual people talk about everyday life and you realise they face social minefields that don't affect people of other sexualities. "Living in a world that holds the romantic and the sexual as the highest ideals possible is difficult," says Bryony, a 20-year-old biology student from Manchester. "The most pervasive effect on my life at the moment, as a student, is how many conversations revolve around sex and the sexual attractiveness of certain people that I just don't really want to join in with." - The Guardian
Sex may be most fulfilling when we're with someone who, if a pregnancy happened, we'd want to be more closely bonded to. We could see being a family with this person.
Most of the time, it's someone mediocre whose main attribute is a willingness to say YES. In our society, virginity is treated like a burden and constant propaganda to be having sex or in a relationship turns people into whores who accept second-, third-, fourth- and fifteenth-best in order to not be seen as losers, loners, or whatever meme-insult the media hive mind has generated this week.
Asexuality, also rising in Japan, is more a reaction to the consequences of sexual liberation instead of sexual liberation itself. Great: we can have sex with anything at any time. All that does is reveal how few of those we actually want to have sex with.
In turn that reveals that sex perhaps serves a lower function, not a higher one. We want to find the right person and have sex with them, not have sex with people and hope one turns out to be OK.
In a recent government survey, 61 percent of unmarried men aged 18 â 34 said they did not have a girlfriend. Half of unmarried women surveyed were single with most saying they were content with their status.
âBetween work and home, there are few opportunities to meet people anymore,â said 40-year-old Megumi Shiga, who attended the matchmaking event.
The romantic malaise isnât limited to adults. A separate study found more than a third of teenage boys aged 16-19 showed no interest in sex. - ABC
You either look at the world through yourself, or in the big picture.
The latter is for conservatives: we care how things actually work.
Liberalism, starting in 1789, has been a descent into human narcissism.
The world is turning right as we realize that democracy is a dead-end path to total Nanny State/Corporate control.
Who should rule?
The Highly Sensitive Person has always been part of the human landscape. There's evidence that many creative types are highly sensitive, perceiving cultural currents long before they are manifest to the mainstream, able to take in the richness of small things others often miss. Others may be especially sensitive to animals and how they are handled. They're also the ones whose feelings are so easily bruised that they're constantly being told to "toughen up."
Today, science is validating a group of people whose sensitivity surfaces in many domains of life. Attuned to subtleties of all kinds, they have a complex inner life and need time to process the constant flow of sensory data that is their inheritance. Some may be particularly prone to the handful of hard-to-pin-down disorders like chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Technology is now providing an especially revealing window into that which likely defines them allâa nervous system set to register stimuli at very low frequency and amplify them internally. - "Sense and Sensitivity," Psychology Today
Remember the wise words of Arthur Schopenhauer:
"Plato had something of the kind in mind when, in the fifth book of his Republic, he explained his plan for increasing and improving his warrior caste. If we could castrate all scoundrels and stick all stupid geese in a convent, and give men of noble character a whole harem, and procure men, and indeed thorough men, for all girls of intellect and understanding, then a generation would soon arise which would produce a better age than that of Pericles."
In another context, Schopenhauer reiterated his antidemocratic-eugenic thesis: "If you want Utopian plans, I would say: the only solution to the problem is the despotism of the wise and noble members of a genuine aristocracy, a genuine nobility, achieved by mating the most magnanimous men with the cleverest and most gifted women. This proposal constitutes my Utopia and my Platonic Republic". Analysts (e.g., Keith Ansell-Pearson) have suggested that Schopenhauer's advocacy of anti-egalitarianism and eugenics influenced the neo-aristocratic philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, who initially considered Schopenhauer his mentor. - "Arthur Schopenhauer," Crowdist Group Blog
The left got by for 200 years by calling us racist, elitist, sexist, etc. It was all nonsense.
Their fear is that the return of sanity will come.
A sanity which ranks some above others, and restores natural selection and a sanctity of life.
They fear it, because they are corrupt inside.
It's time to purge them and in their place, put a functional and realistic conservative Empire.
People always want to romanticize the underdog to show other people how they're NOT like the rest of us, who are perceived to be a cancer upon the earth. Is humanity a cancer? Most likely, in environmental effect; in everything else, not likely at all. Are we so horrible we must romanticize the primitive out of guilt for what we are? No, we're just trying to show others how open-minded we are. - "We romanticize the underdog because we hate ourselves," Penetrate
It's important to remember this comment about ironism.
People always want to prove they're different from the mass. It's an instant identity.
Unfortunately not a coherent one. That which is actually different is so in substance, not surface. It looks normal but thinks outside the box, bag, category, symbol, age and trend.
And that makes it hard to spot, at least for the 99% and their hipster/media lap-dogs.
If, in fact, the nation has passed the threshold where Americans can no longer shamelessly vent against a multicultural society, at least in public, then perhaps some attitudes need to change among those of us who do multicultural marketing.
If America has entered a new era, then it bids us, as multicultural marketers, to embrace a freedom that many of us never felt we had. We have permission to be bolder in our marketing. We have the license to develop campaigns that push the envelope, and support multicultural causes and concerns that may have made us timid in the past. What does this mean? For starters, more Hispanics, Asians and gays in mainstream ads. And let's not be afraid to show cultural authenticity. Our country, our customers and consumers are ready to see multicultural America as it really is. Let's show Hispanics speaking English. Let's depict African-American culture in a way that's respectful and aspirational, yet real. Let's depict Asian Americans and gays -- period. That's how we'll lead the way to portraying the American reality that Buchanan so much disdains.
The more I ponder the issue, the more I am convinced that Buchanan has served a purpose. As odious as I find his views, his firing is a wake-up call to multicultural marketers, to get energized, and to the rest of our profession to recognize the truth that multicultural marketers have been proclaiming for years: It is no longer business as usual in America. Rather, it appears to be a fait accompli that we have become a nation of different hues, not just in skin color, but linguistically, in our religious views, and in our choices of whom we share our lives with. - "Why Pat Buchanan Firing Is a Seize-the-Moment Opportunity for Multicultural Marketers," by David Morse, Ad Age
They want you to think it's a foregone conclusion.
Oh well -- no higher ideas exist, so let's get to selling products.
Note that this cheerleader can barely even work up the energy for a full plug. And he wrote a whole book on the topic.
If anything, what Pat Buchanan's firing says to a smart marketer is, "Stay out of this issue -- it's still hot."
Instead, he's decided to join one side and cheerlead to them.
I'll bet good money that this guy lives in a tightey-whitey gated community, and other than his one educated friend Dr. Huxtable, socializes mainly with white people.
For him, like all others, diversity is an excuse for profit.
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