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Messages - Saif al-Malik

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Interzone / Re: What is your political viewpoint?
« on: March 29, 2014, 02:43:22 AM »
I generally shy away from political discussions because I find that my views are concerned totally offensive and vile, but I view that as good because the Traditionalists and other like-minded folks predicted the inversion of values in our time.  To discuss it much in public settings will prevent me from gaining the professional stature I need to have the income needed to provide for a family in the traditional fashion.  However, many people will agree with you if you can find the proper words to describe your vision to them in person.

Generally, I try to sow the seeds of:

Aristocratic Meritocracy - The best are the best.  Intelligent and noble people born should be given an opportunity to rise above their circumstances or meet their circumstances depending, but this does not mean that society should be egalitarian at all.  Nevertheless, as part of raising the whole society to a higher level, certain standards and respect must be universal and enforced.  Good manner and behavior should be common.

Gradual Eugenics and Selection - Extreme forms of eugenics and measures like those of failed states seem to have been influenced by ideas of egalitarianism within a race or misguided ideas about genetic inheritance.  Encourage and help the intelligent to have children and pass on their genes and skills.  Those who are retarded due to nature's action do not need to be disposed as such because they generally do not have children, rather it is the average that are forming an underclass to be dealt with.

I have other views, but I save their elaboration for discussions with traditionalists.  They include moral conservatism, environmentalism, and a reasonably just market system.

Interzone / Re: Woman With Broom.
« on: March 22, 2014, 08:55:06 PM »
Words of truth and beauty. You do our site credit.

I communicate what seems a good idea at the time, even though despite me young age, I feel like a fossil.

Interzone / Re: Woman With Broom.
« on: March 22, 2014, 07:34:08 PM »
I wasn't initially talking about sex, either. But you know how deathmetal sites are.
If it's not death, then it's sex, and if it's not those, it's outrageous rudeness and barbarity...
That's humans for you.

Master Crow,

I have found that sex and death, and life and death are intertwined.  We can both find and lose ourselves in potentially annihilating acts like sex, prayer or meditative reflection, grieving, and our own departure from this life.  A little roughness is a good thing if tempered by nobility in action because it is symptom of not being pretentious.

"He's a motherfucking good guy, or an awesome son of a bitch."  This is really heartfelt love and sentiment which may be profane, but it reflects something which can be beautified.  That is up to the person expressing such to work to that end, but we cannot expect every man to be an intellectual, but we can help them to be men, or to be women, to express the noble and high ideals even if they use baser language.  It would be a more crude outcome, but it provides a foundation.  After all, the strongest buildings across the world were built with days of hard labor and frustration, curses and profanities, but these sing praises to a great reality in which all can come to ascend.

I can say of myself that I desperately want to have love, before anything else.  Other people say they want the physical first, and then love.  If they can make it happen, so be it, even if we disagree with the method their wanting to achieve it may be fully within the law should they care of such.

Interzone / Re: Woman With Broom.
« on: March 22, 2014, 05:21:49 PM »
I prefer something with a little more sexual symbolism: a paddle, cane, belt, or riding crop.

Well, I was not thinking about sex but rather the will to discipline unruly children when the time calls for it.

Interzone / Re: Woman With Broom.
« on: March 21, 2014, 03:59:30 AM »
A woman in touch with femininity and with good conscience imbues every action of hers with beauty.  I have found that my own personal attraction is to a woman who approaches with determination and walks with a serious but sinking relaxed gait.  Her character must be modest but powerful with good qualities and self-worth.

And she must now how to use a broom, or how to hit me with a skillet.

Interzone / Re: Crimea 2014
« on: March 17, 2014, 04:20:02 AM »
They voted secession from Ukraine. Are they going to be a new nation or a new state in Russia? If they're going for independence by way of the ballot then it would seem very odd for the democratic countries to talk about economic sanctions in response.

The population is mostly Russian to begin with, but I think that they may devote an area for the Crimean Tatars as they have done for other ethnic minorities.  It does not mean much in practice, but I think that this is not going to be just the end of it all.  The Ukrainian government may cede the territory, but there has already been a call by radical religious forces to flock to Crimea from the Middle East and neighboring areas.  One can only hope it does not turn into a repeat of what happened in the Caucasus.

Interzone / Re: Crimea 2014
« on: March 16, 2014, 04:02:08 AM »
Ukraine gave birth to Russia.  There was a state called Kievan Rus for a reason.  While Belarus is not so distinct from Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and Hungary are very much distinct and share common ties to non-Slavic nations by either inception (Lithuania is Baltic, Hungary is Magyar), or by ancient relations as Poland and Ukraine were very much attached to Germanic peoples even though many of the people were Slavic.  Such a truth may upset nationalists and pan-Slavists, pan-Germanists, and pan-Turanists, but it is the reality.

There's a flux to human nationality. Migration, colonialism, imperial expansion, slavery. All these mechanisms ensure that nationality is a fleeting thing.

Yes, but in the case of these nations, their cores remain despite losses of territory.

Interzone / Re: Crimea 2014
« on: March 16, 2014, 04:00:38 AM »
Fuck Russia. 
Every Ukrianian I know wants them out of their country.  No matter what you intellectuals say about their roots the fact of the matter is Ukrainian people want their country to be free.  The fact that their government has been ridden by corruption and always influenced and sabotaged by Russian power and other foreign forces is a different matter.


They sure look like they hate those awful, imposing Ruskies.

Ethnic Russians are the majority in Crimea.

Interzone / Re: Friendship.
« on: March 11, 2014, 01:42:25 AM »
I know what you mean about cats and people. Recently I've had some massive losses, not that I'm one to put it out there but it truly was remarkable just how many 'caring' people were revealed not to be. The cats on the other hand seemed to see right through everything. A shaved head after so many years - they didn't even notice (you are NOT your shaved head!).

May you be honored for your love of cats.

Interzone / Re: Friendship.
« on: March 11, 2014, 01:39:08 AM »
Almost anybody can be my friend. As long as they are friendly.
I have almost no friends.
In fact, it is my very friendliness that ensures that this is so.
It scares people off.

I often see people 'acting friendly', but if they are to continue in this acting-out of friendship, it is required of those to whom this acting-out is directed, that they vocally display the 'right' attitudes. Usually political ones. In fact, a visible and vocal display of 'nice-ness' is required, in order to win this 'friendship' which is actually nothing to do with what it purports to be.


Animals, birds, trees, even insects, along with my wife, like me and befriend me, and I them.
They are able to detect my friendship, whereas the vast majority of - almost all - people, are not.

Many people due to their hypocritical nature cannot be true friends and are distrustful of the truly friendly.  They regard hospitality and generosity as a deceptive measure of enslavement.  They disdain wisdom and authority of character even if they have to live and work in a hierarchical structure.  Friendship is a sacrifice and gift that can be frightening to those who do not understand that it is an ultimately altruistic exercise.  I gain nothing materially, socially, or psychologically from my friendships, and I do not expect to.

I do not know if you have experienced this, but many people I know have refused water and food from me even after knowing me for years thinking that I would leverage such against them, yet these same people enter into contracts with require the sacrifice of honor and dignity such as sex and "love" in exchange for free rent or a need for receiving attention or help that they so believe is the "essence of love."

I guess I'm just a dinosaur that I think that a guest or friend is a gift from God.

It seems as well that many people fear a magnanimous and chivalrous personality because of their own desire for anarchic atomist sensibilities.  Such can strike fear into a baser person.

Interzone / Re: Crimea 2014
« on: March 11, 2014, 01:26:13 AM »
Ukraine gave birth to Russia.  There was a state called Kievan Rus for a reason.  While Belarus is not so distinct from Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and Hungary are very much distinct and share common ties to non-Slavic nations by either inception (Lithuania is Baltic, Hungary is Magyar), or by ancient relations as Poland and Ukraine were very much attached to Germanic peoples even though many of the people were Slavic.  Such a truth may upset nationalists and pan-Slavists, pan-Germanists, and pan-Turanists, but it is the reality.

Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 01, 2014, 05:46:38 AM »
Currently, I am conducting genomic and metagenomic analysis of local water samples to test for invasive species.  The method we are using is a "barcode" method based on the presence of cytochrome oxidase I which is small enough to be sequenced easily, but large enough to show significant differences between organisms.  By taking such an inventory, we can try to find ways to deal with the problem.  It is easier said than done since they are too small to be appealing.  The blue crab can deal with them well, but we have yet to find a predator that can live in the local ecosystem without becoming dominant due to lack of local competition.  Some solutions have arisen as how to stop their spreading, however, but that does not address those already established.


Interzone / Re: What is love?
« on: February 06, 2014, 02:31:53 AM »
Love is many things and exists in many categories.  Is your love one of reverence and devotion?  Is it zest and joy?

Metal / Re: How do people exit metal?
« on: February 06, 2014, 02:24:29 AM »
It seems that few here have left metal, rather we may be too discriminating or busy with other things to be immersed in some of the less flattering parts of the metal underground.

Being that I live in an outpost of Brazil in the United States, I am aware of their problems, but they are not all degenerate thieves regardless of whether they are mixed or not.  The issues that saturate Brazilian society go beyond government corruption and popular complacence, as indjaseemun has very well mentioned.

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