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Metal / Post-INRI Sarcofago
« on: August 04, 2010, 10:53:55 AM »
I think the INRI by Sarcofago is the most severe Metal to come from South America ever, I was curious what men of discerning tastes think about post INRI Sarcofago because as far as I can tell from a cursory listening of Rotting it sounds like a watered down INRI but maybe there is some sublimity to the music I'm not seeing. Is anything else by them worthy?

Metal / Re: "Be open-minded"
« on: July 17, 2010, 04:31:27 AM »
Bolt Thrower to me has held the majority of their career in the Death Metal genre. For that reason I'd consider them on this list. Also because Bolt Thrower slays harder than anyone really. Just throwing that out there.
I think they get called Grindcore mostly because of the fact that they are from England and have leftist political views, as well as their first album being vaguely metal-like Grindcore. I agree that Bolt Thrower have been getting closer to Metal musically, with their last few albums being more or less mainstream metal.

Interzone / Re: Alternatives to mindless pleasure
« on: June 27, 2010, 02:13:48 AM »
* Have not been in a sexual relationship for over four years (what the fuck?)
All of that list applied to a lot of friends I had in High School except this one. Most of my peers had excessive sex with people they barely knew.

Metal / Re: Ildjarn: Last Man Standing
« on: June 26, 2010, 10:24:50 PM »
I know and agree with what you're trying to say but few people are going to be convinced with that attitude.

Interzone / Re: Rotten.com
« on: June 17, 2010, 04:32:19 AM »
The articles of the library are indeed pretty polemic, but many of them can make you think(and that is the presumable goal of the authors instead of directly proposing solutions). As for the "juvenile" content, it's good to remember that ANUS has a long tradition in trolling.
It's not the juveliness that makes their writings loathsome, it's their bad attitude concerning leadership and authority.
I don't see how the site's views are liberal at all, but then, I'm discovering that they aren't really right leaning either
I'm sure they wouldn't describe themselves as liberals, but they are libertines who host pornography and believe that caste, race, and religion are outdated anachronisms.

Interzone / Re: Evolution
« on: June 16, 2010, 01:43:27 AM »
Average human life span was 20-30 years for a very long time
Even then, the average human was a peasant. In ancient Sparta for example the Helots always outnumbered the true Spartans. If you read the biographies of the more noble individuals of those times you will find that it wasn't terribly uncommon for them to live into their 60s and some were fortunate enough to live past 80, even.

Interzone / Re: Rotten.com
« on: June 16, 2010, 01:34:13 AM »
I don't think the editors of that website are necessarily complete imbeciles, but I really don't think "the additude and viewpoints of the articles are similar to ANUS", because after a cursory reading of a few controversial subjects in their library, namely: Untouchables (the Indian caste), Max Hardcore (a pornographer), Adolf Hitler, Osama bin Laden, virtually any article I could find on Christianity, Holocaust denial etc. I have to say, regardless of their wit, they more or less follow a liberal democratic agenda and have a juvenile grudge against authority in general. Not to mention such degenerate sections as "Pornopolis", "Famous Nudes", etc.

Interzone / Re: multiculturalism = oppression
« on: June 06, 2010, 06:03:37 PM »
A threat to our species? The children they rape aren't getting pregnant, so it's not as if they're passing on their rapist genes that way. And here, they get killed - before going to prison, or once they're in. So they're really just a threat to the members of the species that share their own culture, no?
Is rape not threatening?

Metal / Re: National Day of Slayer
« on: June 06, 2010, 05:50:54 PM »
I can't believe nobody has brought up HAUNTING THE CHAPEL while we're talking about appropriate albums to blast.


Interzone / Re: multiculturalism = oppression
« on: June 05, 2010, 08:56:31 PM »
Nice false dichotomy.
What do you mean? Do you think I was being sarcastic? If you think there is something wrong with what I suggested say it straight.

Interzone / Re: multiculturalism = oppression
« on: June 05, 2010, 07:51:13 PM »
^or, instead of ignoring what the OP is saying, you could just keep Somalians out.
...further punishes innocent citzens who did not want the immigration by taxing them for this hapless guy's lifelong upkeep in our liberal democratic dungeons.

the problem with the OP, in addition to being some of the most liberal propaganda I've ever seen posted on here, is that it opens up the door to moral relativism in the courtroom.  you can then start arguing that socially and economically disadvantaged groups should be tried differently because either (a) they're ignorant to many of the laws; (b) poverty has forced them into crime; (c) certain crimes are not considered crimes within a culture (i.e. I killed this guy because gang initiation required it).  and ultimately you could end up with a sane person's version of an insanity plea.  the idea of keeping Somalians out sounds good to me.
How about conquering Somalia and exterminating all of them to make more room for more intelligent and honorable people? Does that sound good to you?

Metal / Re: What Metal is not
« on: May 15, 2010, 10:16:42 PM »
Why are people so against Death Metal and Thrash in favor of Black Metal because it's more spiritual (I'm not singling out anybody)? Could it be that these people are unwilling to face tangible realities and would rather hear to hear the often (but not always) fantastical Black Metal? I wouldn't be surprised if these are the same kind of Hessians who disparage hardcore punk music.

Interzone / Re: Learning to meditate
« on: April 27, 2010, 09:48:46 PM »
What I meant by "Indo-European" are all the nations that belong to the European (usually called "white", a loathsome term to any historian or anthropologist) cultural and racial group, including tribes usually not seen as "white" by the uninitiated such as the original unaltered Persians and the Aryans of India.

Is Buddhism originally an Aryan tradition? Perhaps I spoke too soon, please tell more or tell me where I can learn more.

Why would I want to use an "Asian themed" sanctuary to meditate if I can meditate in the wilderness? Of course, if I were in a busy city in China and the only quiet place to meditate what a Buddhist temple I wouldn't object to using it for that purpose.

You have an extremely nuanced view of what determines whether something is worth doing or not.
What do you mean by that? Should I not practice the traditions and rituals of my tribe and my tribe alone?

Interzone / Re: Learning to meditate
« on: April 26, 2010, 03:22:05 AM »

Find a local temple and practice with them every morning. When you are ready participate in a "zen night" (about 6 hours of meditation usually until early in the next morning). I guarantee that you will not regret it.
Why should an Indo-European adopt mongoloid Buddhist meditation rituals? Are you a multiculturalist or are you a north-east Asian? Those are the only possibilities if you are practicing such forms of meditation.

Interzone / Re: She-Christ impaled upon fleshy meat cleaver
« on: April 26, 2010, 02:45:21 AM »
This story is really fucking depressing.  Usually these types of incidents wake people up, but I guess we're entering an era where people become totally and irreparably brain washed.
No reason to be depressed, a slave has been raped and used it to play victim and promote her repulsive cause, but I guess we're entering an era where such people become totally and irreparably removed from the gene pool.

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