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Metal / Re: What happens to underground record collectors
« on: September 15, 2013, 03:59:01 PM »
We ought to maybe outlaw porn altogether .

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Interzone / Re: United States: World Babysitter
« on: September 01, 2013, 03:27:41 PM »
Also my European and American friends, where exactly do you think the human fallout of these actions will end up? It wont be the neighbouring Arab states/Israel. No, you are all going to get some Syrian neighbours displaced out of a war-zone; traumatized, violent and aimless. Not that there is anything wrong with that, diversity is great!

*explosion*

Very true, this aspect often gets overlooked.

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Interzone / Re: A way to save endangered European tribes.
« on: August 31, 2013, 03:23:33 PM »
Well.  I'm not Celtic, I'm Scandi and I can tell you that there are many organizations that link Norway and America.  There is the Norwegian American Genealogical Association, the Norwegian-American Historical Association at St. Olaf College, the Norwegian American Genealogical Center and Naeseth Library, Sons of Norway, and the Vesterheim Museum in Decorah, IA.  There are Syttende Mai celebrations, Nordic Fest and all types of gatherings with Nordic theme that happen in America, mostly midwest and northwest.  You can also join Bygdelag.  Bygdelag correspond to what fylke (or county) you ancestors came from in Norway.  I have recently traced several lines of my ancestry back to their farms in Norway.  And there is the Bygdelagenes Fellesraad the organization that encompasses all of the bygdelag together.  All of the bygdelag and the fellesraad have annual meetings.  Usually there are classes and speakers on rosemaling, hardanger embroidery, bunads (traditional Norwegian dresses) traditional dance and music, Stave style churches, mythology, the American frontier experience etc. etc.  It is my impression that although these subjects and organizations might not be particularly popular, the people that do get into it, really get into it.  They are passionate and when you get bitten by the genealogy bug you keep coming back.

SO...these things are out there!  They are NOT DEAD!  I'm not sure if other groups such as Celtics are this organized here in America or not.  I wouldn't be surprised if they are.  If you want a real angle, I would ingratiate myself into some of these organizations and go from there.  It might sound boring and you might have to socialize with old people, but this is the form that heritage takes.  It's kind of old fashioned.  It also strikes a good balance between "mainstream acceptability" and authentic heritage.

I see a real desire and interest in European heritage bubbling just below the surface everywhere!  It's just waiting to be unleashed!  Do some searching on the internet, put your nose to the grindstone, and ingratiate yourselves into this kind of thing.

What do you have to say to that, Dinaric?

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Interzone / Re: Trolling Hipsters on the streets of NY
« on: July 29, 2013, 02:42:40 PM »

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Interzone / Re: White Nationalism
« on: May 31, 2013, 07:06:39 PM »
Ask not what white nationalism can do for you, ask what you can do for white nationalism!

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Metal / Re: Emotions vs. the longing for them
« on: May 23, 2013, 03:42:21 PM »
I will always say that the best music, metal and classical, does not usually elicit much of an emotional response in me.  I would describe it as more of a mathematical satisfaction.  I get a sense of being beyond myself with little if any introspection.  When pop music attempts "profundity" it feels like I'm being manipulated like in a 'starving kids in Africa' sense, the only emotion I feel is justified contempt.

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Interzone / Re: White Nationalism
« on: May 23, 2013, 03:19:33 PM »
Maybe it's because there are essentially no charismatic leaders that are really getting out there in public and owning it.  It would help if you could identify one single leader only if just symbolically.  Like MLK Jr.  They would have to be good looking and exceptional orators.  A leader with the right look and the right sound would go a long way.

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Interzone / Re: Terrorism causes liberalism.
« on: April 26, 2013, 09:34:12 PM »
And those dipsticks better stay in Syria or they'll wind up looking like this guy



Nice scarf, fruity.  See you tonight at the poetry slam?  We'll grab a frappachino, k

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Interzone / Re: Terrorism causes liberalism.
« on: April 24, 2013, 10:30:25 PM »
The one guy said he “couldn’t relate to Americans.”  Thanks for the cliché you emo.  Terrorism is a gesture of impotence and it goes hand in hand with the equally impotent emo-therapy multi-culture.  They're two sides of the same dull coin - rage and submission.  Neither can think beyond their own immediate needs, discontent and "feelings."

I agree with your characterization of the terrorist attack, but the statement seemed to be pretty matter-of-fact (I have no American friends because they have nothing in common with me and that's great). The elder was nearly a prototypical alpha male, and they were both probably quite social and materialistic. Material hungers are not paramount for human beings though, they need a spiritual sustenance as well. Terror attacks when wrought by muslims who are either born or spend a lot of their formative years in the west seems to be an almost nihilistic response: Everything here is meaningless and I am pretty much a part of it (addicted to the material) so might as well make a loud bang as I go. Plus strict suicide is expressedly forbidden.

"Then in January, he challenged a preacher who praised the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.: Tsarnaev "stood up, shouted and called him a 'non-believer'; said that he was 'contaminating people’s minds' and began calling him a hypocrite," according to the statement."
http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-boston-bombing-suspects-prayed-at-cambridge-mosque-one-disrupted-services-20130422,0,3771340.story
Oh yeah, but it is still a cliché.  Almost Pavlovian in fact.  If I could only think and express myself in terms of clichés I might blow myself up, too.  He had more in common with Americans than he cared to admit or perhaps even understood.  It’s quite probable he was deceiving himself.  He couldn't relate to Americans but Americans can't relate to Americans, he was a dime a dozen.

“Congregants urged Tsarnaev to leave, and once the service was over, he was told he was not welcome to attend the mosque if he continued interrupting services. He attended prayers afterward and remained silent, the society said.”

So he had a tantrum, disrupted a service, but then came back and remained silent like the obedient dog that he is.  This all gives me an idea. 

People say the cracks in liberal democracy are showing.  I say the cracks in terrorism are showing.  We’re going about counter-terrorism all wrong.  Rather than try to keep terrorists out and play wack-a-mole, we should gladly accept them and get them hooked on Americanism.

Give them twitter accounts, give them youtube accounts, give them B-grade American chicks and A-grade cannabis; tell them MLK Jr. is on par with Mohammed.  They’ll be so annoyed, distracted and pacified that they’ll forget all about glory and destiny.  It will break the will of even the most rugged Chechen alpha males.  It’s worse than water boarding.  If it wasn’t for Islam this guy would be on Jersey Shore.  We deserve better villains than this.

If they had stayed in their caves in the mid-east they might have been forced to use their imagination and discipline to carry out an awe-inspiring coordinated attack.  Osama bin-Laden scoffs at these unsystematic twerps.  Now that was a terrorist you could set your watch to.  The terrorists are getting soft.  They’re a bong hit and an iPhone away from abandoning their mission.  One day Islam will submit to Facebook.

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Interzone / Re: Terrorism causes liberalism.
« on: April 24, 2013, 02:37:16 AM »
Maybe these two just hated marathons?  Occam’s Razor, guys, Occam’s Razor.  Personally I’d rather lose a leg than run in one, myself.

Perhaps terrorism has no motivation or aim beyond general fucking mayhem?  On the surface it doesn’t appear these guys were actually that alienated.  One had a wife, they supposedly had friends; they lacked nothing in a material or superficial sense.  Hell they even had twitter and youtube accounts like a couple of modern day faggots.
 
The one guy said he “couldn’t relate to Americans.”  Thanks for the cliché you emo.  Terrorism is a gesture of impotence and it goes hand in hand with the equally impotent emo-therapy multi-culture.  They're two sides of the same dull coin - rage and submission.  Neither can think beyond their own immediate needs, discontent and "feelings."

This terrorist act was the best they could do for "self-actualization."  I have a wife, a kid, friends, a roof, food, all my material needs have been met, gee whiz, nothing left to do but blow myself up I suppose.

I don’t hate these two guys ‘cause they’re violent or evil or they killed innocent people.  I hate them because they’re typical, uncreative, modern day gay-rods with backwards hats, twitter accounts and pedestrian goals.  They probably called each other "bro."  They hardly deserve to be called Muslim terrorists.  These guys aren't an insult to Islam, they're an insult to terrorism.  When I was a kid terrorism meant something!  These guys were amateurs.  I’m not impressed.

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Interzone / Re: Investor: billions to die over short time frame
« on: December 10, 2012, 06:35:57 PM »
So basically the key to the future is cow manure.

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Interzone / Re: Favorite killer/serial killer
« on: December 10, 2012, 06:30:59 PM »
NOW we are having fun!

I can imagine writing a story about a serial killer who does not have his own signature.  Instead, each killing is a tribute to other famous serial killers.  One he does Ed Gein style, the other Jack the Ripper, the next, he leaves a Zodiac note.  He would be like a serial killer hipster!

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Interzone / Re: Favorite killer/serial killer
« on: December 10, 2012, 08:39:35 AM »
You guys scared of the boogey man?  By 'favorite' I mean 'most interesting.'

username brings up an interesting angle.  At this point I will mention 'From Hell' by Alan Moore.  A speculative comic book epic about Jack the Ripper.  'From Hell' is what got me interested in William Blake as he makes a cameo.  By taking out prostitutes, is Jack the Ripper acting righteously and in accordance with natural law?

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Metal / Re: First metal album
« on: December 08, 2012, 09:33:41 PM »
Not that I like Ozzy, it was just obvious the band was falling apart on "We Sold Our Souls...."

??

We Sold our Souls for Rock and Roll is a compilation of the first 4 Sabbath albums.

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Interzone / Favorite killer/serial killer
« on: December 08, 2012, 09:31:23 PM »
Inspired by Deeds of Flesh - Mark of the Legion

My pick is The Zodiac.  They never caught him, he had a lot of flair and he may have been controlled by the tides.  He may have been one of the most intelligent serial killers of all time as evidenced by the fact that it took forever for them to crack his codes.  He obviously enjoyed the whole game of it more than the blood and guts.  He used a gun and didn't mutilate.  Contrasted to say, Dahmer, Zodiac didn't seem to get off on the gory/sexual aspect of the whole ritual.  The codes, themselves, were ultimately kind of a waste of time because they didn't really lead any where.  It was all very elaborate but it ultimately didn't mean anything.  I think the indirect lesson is that it's less about what something means, in and of itself, and more about what meaning we impute.

Honorable mention goes to the Black Dahlia Murder.  I think they say this may have been a tribute to Surrealist art.

"Is killing wrong?"
"Killing is killing."

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