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Interzone / Re: Global warming
« on: December 10, 2013, 11:27:00 PM »
Really?

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So you believe what you want to believe, especially if you think it is a good thing.

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Whether scientists have accurately done their research for global warming is a separate discussion. I have no idea whether the earth is warming,

In what way does this affirm a belief in global warming?

Also, "So you believe what you want to believe, especially if you think it is a good thing." has been used around here before as a legitimate defense for believing in God. How is it acceptable then, but not when I'm (accused) of doing it?
 
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You prefer to trust unknown hordes of people, via mass-media representation, over your own senses and powers of observation.

I am willing to consider scientists' observations as a supplement to my own.

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Metal / Re: What Band are you listening today?
« on: December 10, 2013, 11:12:56 PM »
I haven't heard them yet - I've only recently started to explore this genre.

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Interzone / Re: Global warming
« on: December 10, 2013, 11:06:55 PM »
When scientists the world over can report their observations to each other, aided by technological investigations of what is happening in reality, that gives a basis for a global conception of weather trajectory. It is different from a belief in "God". I have no knowledge of "God" and what "God" is up to; therefore I can't say, "God didn't make it snow today because of X"; whereas a scientific explanation can say "It did not snow today because of X leading to Y, which we can prove by showing data collected in the area over a certain # of years."

Alternatively, you can't see radiation either but you wouldn't want to stick your testicles in the microwave.

Whether scientists have accurately done their research for global warming is a separate discussion. I have no idea whether the earth is warming, but it's apparent to me that humans are in the process of inducing ecocide and any limitation on the modern technological state from the global warming hysterics crowd is probably a good thing.

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Metal / Re: What Band are you listening today?
« on: December 10, 2013, 05:52:12 PM »
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Hey, good to see another fan of these guys here. Amy's voice is kind of annoying but the music holds up with the best of crust/hardcore.

She's decent, but the female voice is inferior to the male for this type of music. The rest of the album is great except for the abortion that occurs during track 6.

Extinction is on par with Amebix. Their work afterwards seems uninspired.

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Interzone / Re: Global warming
« on: December 10, 2013, 05:40:46 PM »
How is an early ice storm incompatible with global warming?

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Interzone / Re: Who/What is Satan?
« on: December 09, 2013, 07:23:35 AM »
Broadly, it's the "will" part that makes me skeptical. You still seem to be describing an individualist system wherein Satan "manifests" according to each person's mental state. It brings down Satan as a tool to be manipulated by a practitioner, rather than as a superior being.

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Interzone / Re: Who/What is Satan?
« on: December 09, 2013, 05:41:15 AM »
Expound on how a LHP person could literally believe in Satan the way being described. I know nothing about the occult and its terminology, but in my experience people who describe themselves as LHP are religious hipsters who define their belief as a metaphor and whatever is convenient for them. RHP seems to refer to real religion, which is the position advocated in the quote.

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Interzone / Re: Big Brother vs. Terror
« on: December 09, 2013, 05:33:35 AM »
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So how much farther will this monitoring trend go?

Until the state is able to track you and your communication 24/7. Eventually the technology will be there to read your thoughts as well.

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Is it something to worry about or is it not really a big deal (unless you're a TERRORIST)?

It's up to you whether you care. What I would like to point out is that the definition of the "terrorist" is fluid and the day is fast approaching when people with views like ours will be guilty of thoughtcrime.

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Can we do something to fight against it besides throwing out our cellphones and permanently ostracizing ourselves from society?!

Individually? I would expect there to be a growing black market of jammers for this type of technology going forward.

Ostracization is probably the most certain solution.

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Interzone / Re: Who/What is Satan?
« on: December 09, 2013, 05:20:55 AM »
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I believe in a horned devil, a personified Satan. In my opinion all the other forms of Satanism are bullshit. I hate that some people think up idiotic ways of making eternal peace in the world and dare to call it Satanism, like so many do. Satanism comes from religious Christianity, and there it shall stay. I'm a religious person and I will fight those who misuse His name. People are not supposed to believe in themselves and be individualists. They are supposed to OBEY, to be the SLAVES of religion.

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 ;D I can support that. ;D

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Interzone / Re: AIDS: the benefits.
« on: December 09, 2013, 04:18:08 AM »
The main point is leaders who care about their country - America hasn't had that for quite a long time.

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Interzone / Re: AIDS: the benefits.
« on: December 08, 2013, 06:33:10 PM »
You're far more qualified to answer that than me, as you've put into practice a solution.

I still have no idea what I'm doing.  :(

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Interzone / Re: AIDS: the benefits.
« on: December 08, 2013, 06:17:51 PM »
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Here's a good reason for you:
Retiring to a farm is for eco-hipsters.
Retiring to a piece of land and then setting about creating a farm from almost nothing...
Now that's the way to do it.

Hipsters ruin everything. Time to stock up on seeds.

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A party with less extreme, but still very nationalistic, views, would have to gain ground slowly and make their opinions the norm among Americans. All of the barriers of political correctness would slowly have to be eroded until we could talk about segregation seriously again. Seeing as how this is happening in Europe (to some extent) right now, it may not be too much of a fantasy to imagine it happening here.

Making a party that's tolerable to the masses usually results in its spiritual suicide. Prime example: BNP.

Also, Americans are far less nationalistic than Europeans, due to a lack of a coherent identity even among white people. Tending towards higher "patriotism" is different and doesn't imply the former. I highly doubt this approach is effective.

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As for the ones that don't want to go: there would be plenty of people, especially a lot of whites, who would not want to live in a white ethno-state. Too many people are attached to their love of multiculturalism for them to give it up in favor of realistic solutions. They would just get a separate part of the country for themselves to race-mix and get all of the "cultural enrichment" that they want, away from the whites who want to separate,  And then we'd leave them be.

If you're willing to assert national identity, then willingly carve up your country to suit another group, that leaves me baffled.

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We forget about them after that. It's not our problem what brown people do in their own countries, unless the want to invade us, And then we'd deal with them properly.

This won't appeal to the people you're trying to appeal to. Even your Rockwell reference paid service to "deportation and aid".

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It really is. But if one cares about one's ancestors, and heritage, and this planet, one has to give any kind of fight they can. We can all jump ship and let the whole thing fail if the fight becomes completely hopeless and futile.

I suffer from the same impulse, however I'm increasingly growing convinced that the fight has been lost for a long time.

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What would replace it?

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Interzone / Re: AIDS: the benefits.
« on: December 08, 2013, 05:05:13 PM »
My current view is that America will continue to deteriorate with at least three possible futures, in order of decreasing likelihood:

1. America (and the world) is used as a slave labor colony for off-world elites living in artificial ecosystems.

2. Humans accidentally commit self-genocide through technological "progress".

3. The modern technological state collapses. Sane people emerge from the rubble to rebuild traditional civilization. Eventually entropy occurs and deterioration sets in again, three possible futures starts anew...

I have yet to come up with any reasons why retiring alone to a farm is not the best individual solution.

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