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Interzone / Walk > Talk
« on: April 09, 2012, 04:27:13 AM »


Rather than sitting on his ass, Anders killed nearly 100 Norwegian traitors. What have you done?

Ideology matters. Writing, discussing, and introspection are crucial to discovering the truth of our modern situation. .
Then what? Are you just going to blog your nation's problems away? Are you just going to join some obscure third party and hope people will hear you?

Face it: You can't convince the masses quickly enough, and most of them are too inadequate to not put their heads in the sand. Sometimes, you have to be the villain. The people are committing wrong, so naturally, being right puts you in a situation in which you are labelled "insane", "evil", or "hateful". As a result, you will be expected to be complacent, so you cannot make anyone feel uncomfortable. In my country, America, the people have aptly demonstrated they will throw away their own children's financial future without a second thought. Ignorance and malice produce the same results. If a good person does bad things, they are still a problem and a danger to others.

The only thing Anders did wrong is not getting others to help him. Maybe that nearly-hundred could have been 500.

Otherwise, you are just dissecting society and bemoaning the ills of your time for your own amusement. You don't care to fix it, making you the very people whom you detest.

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Interzone / Sociopaths are fine.
« on: February 29, 2012, 09:17:23 AM »
There is no inherent issue with sociopathy. Sociopaths simply embrace that they lack empathy, require more stimulation to make up for creeping anhedonia, and therefore, tend to take advantage of those around them. So what? People deserve to be manipulated.

This topic mainly goes out to those of you who dislike sociopaths. What's so bad about them?

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Interzone / Trollsk!
« on: February 23, 2012, 10:28:44 PM »
Some friends and I are going to hit this place: http://www.allmetalforums.com/forums/forum.php

It's full of Chuck fanboys, Pink Frothy AIDS-philes, and idiots who like both Roots and pre-Arise material.

Best part? No admins. They pay the server bills, but don't moderate. It's still an active place, nevertheless. One of the first results on Google.

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Interzone / Black Women Less Attractive.
« on: February 22, 2012, 11:38:39 PM »
Today, Science is under scrutiny by political correctness. Unless a study confirms widely held belief systems, then it will be shut down. Satoshi Kanazawa was fired for publishing his findings on African-American women: They are less attractive in the eye of other races, due to the increased testosterone levels of Sub-Saharan African peoples. 

His article was quickly removed, and Pyschology Today apologized, before posting a "new study": http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/beautiful-minds/201105/black-women-are-not-rated-less-attractive-our-independent-analysis-the-a

BuzzFeed captured some screenshots of Kanazawa's original article: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/why-black-women-are-less-physically-attractive-tha

Being "Aryan/Anglo-Saxon", I usually find women of my own ethnic group to be the most attractive, along with East Asians and Slavic women. The ones with good hygiene usually have an elegant look about them--something I find highly desirable.

Am I a racist? Can science be racist?

Obviously, liberals are telling you who you should find attractive, and that preferences are indicative of racism (a term simply used to shun and guilt others into new behaviors). They want to tell people how to breed.

Obey or die.

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Interzone / Respecting Authority and Convention
« on: February 17, 2012, 04:56:33 PM »
I usually find myself drawn to ideologies that involve respect towards order. This means that authority and social convention must be respected. However, as I look at myself, I realize that I do not respect authority at all. Additionally, I only follow enough convention so that I do not make life harder than it should be (weirding people out has its consequences, since climbing up the rungs of society involves sucking someone's dick from time to time).

I even believe if I were to live in an "ideal society", I wouldn't respect authority and convention any more than I do now.

Is anyone else like this? If so, do you consider this a negative quality?

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Interzone / Atheism rules.
« on: December 17, 2011, 04:16:28 AM »
Modern religion is dumbed-down, self-esteem-appeasing dribble for the crowd who have some weird obsession with death and/or a high capacity for believing everything they hear. As an atheist, you've gotten away from that, just as a fit person escapes fast food. It's the same concept. Any questions?

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Interzone / Experience: Excuse to claim "wisdom"?
« on: December 11, 2011, 06:51:06 PM »
We hear all the time that through experience and age, people get wiser. Often, wisdom (a rather abstract, intangible construct) is conflated with intelligence. Therefore, people often believe that as they age, they become wiser, and are therefore more intelligent than younger people. Additionally, they believe that their future self is more intelligent (or "wiser", as they like to say) than their current self. During arguments between a younger and older individual (I am not speaking of fruitless parent-child bickering.), the older individual may simply discount the former's opinion, because he is too young. "You'll understand when you are older."... "How old are you?? 18 (with an IQ of 140)? HAH!"

In my opinion, experience, in and of itself, is neutral, though, still a positively-affecting variable. Experience can condition people to act intelligently (defined as using one's faculties to efficiently acquire a personal objective) or irrationally. Additionally, proper knowledge is more important than experience. When combined with experience, quality knowledge on a subject creates an adept quality within an individual, or even expertise. In fact, a college undergraduate who has taken a couple of psychology courses in a quality institution is better than a public school teacher, who with a degree in education, has taught psychology out of a high school textbook for 35 years. The experience, in this case, did not assist the public school teacher. The coursework he teaches was covered in the first two weeks of the undergraduate student's intro class.

This concept can be applied to choices as well. An intelligent person doesn't need to live through idiotic experiences, only to find that their choices led them there; they understand the relationship between cause and effect. People who tout "experience" and "wisdom" would claim that their poor experience with their first spouse (who showed signs of Borderline Personality Disorder--any layperson can detect signs of borderline psychosis) taught them a life lesson. Indeed, they shall never make that mistake again! Someone who is smarter would have ended the relationship, because such a person understands that short-term feelings are not worth future, long-term stress. Cause and Effect.

An intelligent person lives life more efficienty, as they do not have to waste many hours partying, only to realize that the partying detracted from their studying--thereby depleting their grade averages, which depletes their total GPA needed to get that job they wanted. An intelligent person sees the "roadmap" or "layout" of each situation before them. People who waste time with experience end up wasting their life, whilst LEARNING NOTHING. Such a person must live through each bad experience to learn from it, whereas a rational person would have made the correct choice beforehand.

It is a cultural norm to believe that "wisdom", "experience", and "life" are tangible, objective qualities. It seems that many older people use experience as a guise; they like to believe that they are more intelligent than they are. Perhaps, even then, the idea that experience = wisdom = IQ increase is a byproduct (or, even product itself!) of a rationalization: telling oneself that he is smarter than he was "before", because he is older.


tl;dr version: Idiots r idiots 4 lyfe

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Interzone / IRL Trolling
« on: December 06, 2011, 09:26:09 PM »
This guy did this on live television:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=860c9b9f3b

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Interzone / ANUS: The Movie
« on: November 20, 2011, 01:17:29 AM »
ANUS: The Movie (At the time of release, renamed, Rampage in America due to the lewd title.)

Scene from the movie: Revenge at Starbucks

Central Theme: For generation upon generation, homo-sapians have conducted a moribund symphony, who continues to thrust its tasteless music into the supple rectum of mother Earth. In order to delay the day in which Earth will eventually retaliate against her aggressors, a lone hero decides that he shall rise above his ape-like brethren and combat humankind's true enemy: The proles who mindlessly destroy their children's futures.

This is the movie who inspired our Norwegian hero, Anders Behring Breivik, to achieve the world's greatest shooting spree (also known as "killing spree" to video game fans). To this day, Breivik's high score of 77 kills is higher than that of Bill Williamson from Anus: The Movie, whom Breivik praises in his manifesto as "an iconic motivator". This commendation leads experts to believe that if Rampage/ANUS: The Movie had never been released, then a few more liberal shits would have survived on the day of Breivik's Ut°ya Ultrakill/Oslo Jihad.

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Metal / The Mac-like Hipsterism of Guitar Amplifiers
« on: October 07, 2011, 01:01:43 AM »
Behold!

Who the fuck buys that shit? You can get equal sound out of a V3 (850 USD), 6505/5105 (1000 USD), or Fireball (1400 USD) -- all of which are hand-made in their nation of origin.

As for guitars >> what Pink Frothy AIDS plays

lol @ the admins' censoring of 0p3th

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Metal / Guitar Gear/Rig
« on: October 04, 2011, 03:10:39 AM »
METAL DISCUSSION ONLY. Refrain from posting gear related to jazz-playing, for example.

Which guitars do you prefer? Which amps? Pickups? Etc.

Also, what are your thoughts on the 6505 1x12 combo? For the price, it seems to be a steal. Just replace the speaker with an Eminence Legend, and you have a metal beast.

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Interzone / Let's Destroy Facebook
« on: October 04, 2011, 12:49:43 AM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2042573/Facebook-privacy-row-Social-network-giant-admits-bugs.html

Facebook "accidentally" tracks your browsing. Of course, no one believes this was an accident. It's far too lucrative.

Spread the word. Start petitions. Create groups for collective account deletion. Overthrow Zuckerberg, and cost him millions upon millions of users (dollars). He may get away with this legally, but that will not stop us from raising our swords!


Seriously, though. Hypothetically-speaking, "the people" could migrate over to Google+ en masse. Stick it to Zuckerberg. All it takes is a tidal wave of awareness and catchy mantras to rile up the masses. Let's dethrone this devil (not a Jewish slur).

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Interzone / A theory on hogging
« on: October 03, 2011, 10:03:54 PM »
Hogging
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Hogging refers to the practice of groups of men who target overweight or obese women, typically for sexual encounters.

Unlike fat fetishists, men who participate in hogging are not necessarily sexually attracted to obese women's bodies; they aim to take advantage of a female's stereotypical low self-esteem or to provide comedy to themselves and their friends by engaging in sexual activities with women who are overweight. In fraternities, hogging refers to a game which is won by the pledge who returns to the fraternity house with the "fattest female who can be found."

Is hogging more common than most people realize? Is this merely a symptom of Western depravity, or will it become a trend? I find it odd that such a sexual practice exists. I bet this is the first incarnation in history, as most ancient societies probably steered clear from such turpitude.

Thoughts?

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Interzone / A theory on zoophilia
« on: October 03, 2011, 02:55:21 PM »
Zoophilia
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My contention is that due to cultural relativism, it is neither good nor bad to copulate with the beasts. For some people, it is psychologically healthy; for others, it is nigh insanity (or an indication thereof). There are much more people in the West --who are not even subjected to Japanese tentacle porn-- who would enjoy bestial-human voyeurism if given the chance.
Also, this should be a recognized sexual preference. According to a lot of people, zoophilia is just a lifestyle choice.
Thoughts?

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Interzone / Action or No Action. What will it be?
« on: October 02, 2011, 09:18:13 PM »
The masses put false leaders in power, and no one really knows the "truth". We citizens are expected to be cogs in the machine. We may not criticize anyone. Otherwise, we are deemed "antisocial". Surely, such an awkward empire is not the best we can do. After all, we are already seeing the shortcomings of maintaining the modern world of enlightened freedom (e.g. demagoguery, wealth at the expense of others, moral bloviation, unstable economics, psychological degeneration, et. al). It seems as though we cannot ascend our fear of tyranny (which occurs anyway) and sensuality (a necessary fallback, but not a goal). Some sort of secession or revolt is in order. What are you doing to redirect the world to greener meadows?

As for me, I do not have any goals. I honestly find my life to be mundane, so I seek out art, video games, and other means of distraction (for sanity, obviously). I have noticed that the masses will do anything for a little more technology and promise. The future generations will be expected to pick up the pieces of any failure, since the masses only become engaged when disaster hits them square in the nose. Even then, they will turn to their gods and politicians, neither of whom will help them. In other words, humans want to fail.

This thread is for personal, honest convictions. No internet tough guy bullshit. Succinct ideas for improving the Western quality of life are welcome.

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