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Interzone / Re: Mystical Thinking.
« on: March 01, 2013, 11:09:32 PM »
I don't like the use of the word "thus," I think...

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Interzone / Re: Totalitarian humanism rewards criminals
« on: February 28, 2013, 02:15:48 PM »
Either ones debt to society is paid off or it isn't. If we are going to shackle the convicted to entry level work for the rest of their lives after release, we should consider either: never releasing them, or sending them to the gallows.

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Interzone / Re: Amerika
« on: February 23, 2013, 05:56:50 AM »
...why do you.... fucking.......write like this.......?

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Interzone / Re: Deskjobs 140 times dirtier than kissing your toilet seat
« on: February 16, 2013, 06:55:24 PM »
I'd rather be sailing.

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All hardcore progressives are eunachs. For the average progressive, a dollar bill possesses sufficient surface area to cover their phallus and then some. An elastic band is all that is needed and can easily be provided by UHC.

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Interzone / Re: Could it be..?
« on: January 18, 2013, 06:25:19 PM »
Consider the leftists who consistently buy Fair Trade products, who consistently indulge in a vegetarian lifestyle, who consistently send money to poor countries. They most certainly practice what they preach.

These are token gestures. A way of appearing to right the wrongs of the world (without realizing liberalism itself is the prime cause thereof). I've got no doubt they might put unparalled energy into practicing what they preach, and may even be good natured people, but there is a natural order that pervades all things and I don't think liberals can stomach it. Their thinking becomes an anti-ideology. A maladaptive reaction based on fear of the hardships of reality.

That being said, I also don't see the value of making an enemy. There is variable potential for change in people though I personally see helping them as a task beyond my capacity.

The problem is, you've already been made an enemy. They will slander and defame you as they have done to their opposition for centuries.

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Metal / Re: Black Metal with Death Metal vocals
« on: December 28, 2012, 02:51:08 AM »
beherit is an obvious one.

Not exactly black metal antiquity, but Void Meditation Cult have a beherit thing going on with their music that is most compelling as a whole.

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Interzone / Re: baroque composer recommendations
« on: December 17, 2012, 09:01:05 PM »
Hadyn, even though he is at the beginning of the Romantic style.

Try his first cello concerto, absolutely brilliant music.

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Interzone / Re: Alexander Dugin on the Fourth Political Theory
« on: November 30, 2012, 04:21:55 AM »
And embrace what?

Embrace Rank, duty, honor. Hail Prussianism!

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Interzone / Re: Save the world
« on: November 27, 2012, 06:27:13 PM »
Besides, the slaves are easily manipulated into uprising. Especially from outside influence.

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Interzone / Re: Biological explanation for Liberalism.
« on: November 23, 2012, 04:03:35 PM »

I tend to agree; as the eventual results of such a system can only lead to large-scale destruction of environmental resources, which, coupled with ongoing population hyper-expansion won’t be able to sustain itself.

But if a new order is to arise out of the collapsed remnants of another, won’t this eventually collapse too. And if that is the case, what is the point?

The point, perhaps, is conservation. To hold onto wisdom such that it will not have to be re-learned.

I think liberalism is a one off. Before it there was only a gradual progression of a natural order. ‘Conservative’ and ‘liberal’ are modern definitions given more or less equal standing but in reality, one is to continue in that natural order as opposed to a complete derailment.

I'm willing to accept the one off nature of liberalism. I submit this hypothesis: The discovery of fossil fuels has gradually given man tools which have provided the illusion that he is free from the bonds of nature. Liberalism is the philosophy of the industrial age.

I still suspect that liberalism is an ethos that exists throughout history. Industrial society created the security & prosperity necessary to make it a global force of decay, rather than localized to a single empire.

I'm torn between the two.

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Interzone / Re: Biological explanation for Liberalism.
« on: November 21, 2012, 04:02:22 PM »
If all existence is a war of ideas, then the law of causality dictates that an idea must manifest into the physical realm where it fully resolves itself. Liberalism is one such idea which lays out (biological/ sociological/psychosocial) conditions, such that it may exist (physically) and reach resolution, simultaneously.

Do you mean to say liberalism is a process that will inevitably end? One thing I have noticed is that most liberals I talk with hate the concept of history as an ongoing struggle of elemental forces and especially sayings such "well, you know, nothing lasts forever (including liberalism ;))". Their conception of history seems to be one of man existing apart from nature or of becoming enlightened and overcoming nature rather than finding balance with it.

Yes. It is self negating (evil), but will return, perhaps under a different name, when the stars are right again......

If the universe is ordered, it is probably more likely to assume that human history is order arising out of collapsing order, rather than order arising from anarchy. Recorded history seems to confirm this hypothesis.

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Interzone / Re: Biological explanation for Liberalism.
« on: November 20, 2012, 11:12:25 PM »
If all existence is a war of ideas, then the law of causality dictates that an idea must manifest into the physical realm where it fully resolves itself. Liberalism is one such idea which lays out (biological/ sociological/psychosocial) conditions, such that it may exist (physically) and reach resolution, simultaneously. 

I don't think it is purely a lack of masculinity due to the comforts of industrial society.

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How one views the prince is dependent on one's lens. For the western man, intellectually and culturally, all is viewed as a projection of the self. Objectivism is better stated as narcissism. The Objectivist does not actually transcend morality, he believes deeply in it. Rather, his moral code is constantly being amended such that he never will feel amoral in his action.

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Interzone / Re: Drugs are for depressed people, period.
« on: November 19, 2012, 03:23:54 PM »
Compton is a horrible metric because it is primarily consisted of subsidized blacks. I think Amsterdam is a better frame of reference for a more civilized drug utopia. I know little about the place, just rumors, I'm sure it is an armpit.

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