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Messages - Archidamus

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Interzone / Re: "The poor": kill them
« on: November 22, 2011, 06:35:43 AM »
"You call yourself a nihilst but you have no understanding of social/human realities - that human beings might have evolved to be compassionate.

Now i don't really care about the poor, but If you think everyone who cares about the downtrodden are 'stay-at-home useless persons' then how do you explain bill gates, mother teresa, ghandi, jesus, fuck me... this list goes literally on and on. You are literally useless compared to these people, whether you agree with them ideologically or not they have done and will most likely shape the world with their wills to heights that will stretch into space compared with you."

Active nihilism cuts through the social realities that humans create based on what they think reality should be instead of what it actually is. Misguided compassion is socially retarded in that it slows and reverses intellectual evolution, and has little to no place in a world of conflict and will to power.

Gates: Compassion earns social points resulting in increased sales.

Gandhi, Christ: Equalitarian fucktards who defended useless people who couldn't get their shit together.

Teresa: Probably the type of person, few and far between, who had genuine compassion.  I’m indifferent, as long as her type isn’t politically active.

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Interzone / Re: Conservatives overcompensate for their 'short stature'
« on: October 12, 2011, 12:50:36 AM »
Can we throw liberals around? They're mental midgets.

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Lemme guess, conservatives cut back on government spending, and the dissatisfied poles gave in to an open border policy in return for a 1.3 billion stimulus without realizing an influx of third world immigrants will cost them more in the long run than a conservative monetary policy and bribes they received from their socialist overlords.

I swear if I was Asian, I would be convinced that whites have the lowest racial IQ.

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Interzone / Re: False Enlightenment via Academia
« on: September 10, 2011, 06:19:34 PM »
Just about everything else under the liberal arts umbrella are non-issues, i.e., gender and minority studies, the bulk of psychology and sociology, etc.


Don't know what you mean here. The history of both psychology and sociology can't simply be regarded as "liberal". There are important schools that are rather conservative, in fact, a good deal of classical sociology is a reaction against the Enlightenment.


I wasn't referring to either subject's history, but what the universities turned them into.

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Interzone / Re: False Enlightenment via Academia
« on: September 07, 2011, 03:04:15 AM »
Liberal arts assimilated into a neo-liberal framework. Be an expert of the liberal paradigm and its delusional, ivory tower theories, or get left behind.

I am trying to avoid this and use it for my own ends. My school is a great place to delve into linguistics for example.



That wasn't a suggestion. I was merely pointing out the attitude of the majority of liberal arts professors and society at large towards students who are attaining a higher education. We share the same end in this regard.

My advice to anyone who is looking into a liberal arts school is go to a small one located in a conservative community. Also, don't rely solely on your classes for education. You can learn just as much on your own time.  



there is one area not directly related to my majors that I believe some people (Anus types) need to familiarize themselves with and that's economic theory, while keeping an eye on what's happening in the economy.

[/quote]Agreed. It is my view that economics are as important as values, because in a lot of ways, values can little more than channel commerce. That is to say, there are certain elements of commerce that are intrinsically attached to human behavior. Additionally, I am interested in the limits of modern capitalism and the way perceived value is used as an objective criterion.

I have been hesitating to post economically-related material here in Chasm.
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Please do.

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Interzone / Re: False Enlightenment via Academia
« on: September 07, 2011, 02:56:07 AM »
Charles Murray wrote a book that has material related to this subject.  It's called Real Education.

I have very little personal concern for or opinions about the liberal arts, as I'm a student of mathematics and science.  Sorry I can't add anything significant to the discussion.

A book is significant.Thanks.

http://www.amazon.com/Who-Killed-Homer-Classical-Education/dp/1893554260/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1315362842&sr=1-1

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Interzone / Re: False Enlightenment via Academia
« on: September 06, 2011, 04:38:44 AM »
Liberal arts assimilated into a neo-liberal framework. Be an expert of the liberal paradigm and its delusional, ivory tower theories, or get left behind. It's become dumbed down over time and hasn't maintained its original purpose because of a degrading society's influence on it and its influence on society. Keep in mind the purpose of liberal arts has always been suspect since it helped usher in the Enlightenment and has consistently questioned social order from the Renaissance to now.


slightly educated in multiple fields.

I read just as much if not more outside of class than attending class. My area of independent study is narrow, however, there is one area not directly related to my majors that I believe some people (Anus types) need to familiarize themselves with and that's economic theory, while keeping an eye on what's happening in the economy.  Just about everything else under the liberal arts umbrella are non-issues, i.e., gender and minority studies, the bulk of psychology and sociology, etc.

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Interzone / Re: Hispanic nationalism
« on: August 31, 2011, 10:02:42 PM »
Great, a bunch of gorillas with a collective I.Q. of 87, fueled by racial resentment because they fail at life, running around on crime sprees while the federal government denies there's a problem and half the white population cheering it on.

No nationalism here, just war to take from others what they don't have.

Napalm them all.

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Interzone / Re: Not good enough
« on: August 08, 2011, 04:33:35 AM »
I feel "uncle sams" are often tempted to give in to the resentment of the thugs and bruddas
I'm pretty sure the term you were looking for is Uncle Tom.

Heh, my mistake.

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Interzone / Re: Not good enough
« on: August 07, 2011, 10:44:35 PM »
She would probably suck his dick too like the little attention whore she is if she was sure everyone would give her a pat on the head: "Good dog. I'll be sure to add you as a friend on Facebook".

I think some black folks should know better, however. Saying otherwise further encourages them to think of themselves as victims. I feel "uncle sams" are often tempted to give in to the resentment of the thugs and bruddas, which works against their best interests by being dragged down to their level, hence the guilt they're expected to feel for being uncle sams and succeeding in a Western framework. What most people don't understand about "uncle sams" is if given a chance, they would succeed anywhere: Japan, an Eskimo tribe, planet Thundera. Their productive roles aren't the result of Western brainwashing, but good genes.  

In a way, I'm thankful for actions like this. It further polarizes loony liberals/social opportunists and sane people who will in the future take a more active role in segregating themselves from each other.
 

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Interzone / Re: Thus passes the great hero Anders Breivik into martyrdom
« on: August 06, 2011, 06:16:38 PM »
Sane and constructive thoughts from elsewhere:

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The most adaptive course for Westerners is to find a way to restore a sustainable birthrate and ethnic consciousness within the framework of the Western tradition, which forms the vital cultural aspect of our identity. That cannot be achieved if we misconstrue the content and nature of Western cultural identity, as does Stephen Walt, or if we apply military tactics to what is an intellectual, cultural, and political problem, as did Anders Breivik.

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2011/08/does-the-norway-atrocity-make-nationalism-illegitimate-a-reply-to-stephen-walt/#more-9588

I'm not so sure about the last thought of that quote anymore. Western people are surrounded by enemies who are out for our blood and land. It's getting worse with all the flash-mobs and Mexican cartels' assaults on Americans in the S/SW. Breivik probably should have targeted minorities or liberal universities and other pro-globalist institutions if he had to go out with a bang. I don't want to have a militant "vangard" attitude, but the pressure is on. I agree that Westerners desperately need to work on self-identity and creating a better culture in the meantime, but we should have the attitude that violence is ultimately a push forward to meet our ends.

Wouldn't this simply cause the same sort of backlash that Breivik faced in Norway? If we are going to use violence as a means toward our goals, it should probably be applied after a much greater sense of self-identity has been achieved. We need people of this mindset to come together first; allowing them to establish a fledgling society and it's goals. These people would probably have violence towards foreigners/invaders of any sort which could function as a central tenet of society. Forgive me if I misconstrued your post, it just seems that instantly jumping to violence would be a hasty decision.

Indeed. The use of violence in this phase stems from emotions and resentment, not enacting a plan to better organize society. Violence takes two steps back because it gives liberalism a stronger footing at a time when more sensible people are finally coming to see liberalism as parasitical. I disagree with Breivik’s actions because they take the focus of sensible people off of liberalism’s blunders. If manifesto types feel they must go out with violence, they should target liberal institutions and talking-heads.
Liberal regimes cannot sustain themselves because it’s in their nature to make increasingly higher demands on people to progress, making evident their totalitarian policies and unachievable ends. When liberal government eventually collapses, I don’t believe it will be an apocalyptic event, but I think it will leave a small window of anarchy. This is much needed for people to organize and regain autonomy. It also requires people who identify themselves as citizens of one country under one law and culture to strike at the “citizens of the world” who will refuse to comply with their autonomy.

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Interzone / Re: Thus passes the great hero Anders Breivik into martyrdom
« on: August 06, 2011, 09:22:14 AM »
Sane and constructive thoughts from elsewhere:

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The most adaptive course for Westerners is to find a way to restore a sustainable birthrate and ethnic consciousness within the framework of the Western tradition, which forms the vital cultural aspect of our identity. That cannot be achieved if we misconstrue the content and nature of Western cultural identity, as does Stephen Walt, or if we apply military tactics to what is an intellectual, cultural, and political problem, as did Anders Breivik.

http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2011/08/does-the-norway-atrocity-make-nationalism-illegitimate-a-reply-to-stephen-walt/#more-9588

I'm not so sure about the last thought of that quote anymore. Western people are surrounded by enemies who are out for our blood and land. It's getting worse with all the flash-mobs and Mexican cartels' assaults on Americans in the S/SW. Breivik probably should have targeted minorities or liberal universities and other pro-globalist institutions if he had to go out with a bang. I don't want to have a militant "vangard" attitude, but the pressure is on. I agree that Westerners desperately need to work on self-identity and creating a better culture in the meantime, but we should have the attitude that violence is ultimately a push forward to meet our ends.

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Interzone / Re: "Lost Boys" - men who do not grow up
« on: July 05, 2011, 12:34:20 AM »
Feminism has nothing to do with under-achievers.

This man-child needs to be grounded in a feudal system for personal stability.

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Interzone / Re: Suffer the Little Children
« on: May 24, 2011, 09:58:50 PM »
Making issues out of what should be non-issues; when will Westerners realize they're bored out of their minds?

I hope one day that dress-up princess boy realizes he had a disturbing childhood and calls his father a faggot and decks his mother. He should change his god-awful name too.

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