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Interzone / Re: Tips for a classical newbie
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:10:28 PM »
Solti's Wagner is intoxicating and ambitious, and Bernstein's Le Sacre is simply the best ever recorded.

I disagree. If you want simplistic renditions of great music, definitely try those conductors.

Interzone / Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:09:05 PM »
Also there's the possibility that the strongest ones will prevail upon the stupidest ones. no?

Not really. Smarter people have things to create, but dumb people have nothing to do but lie in wait and try to steal.

Think about it: the best peoples originated in areas where they were hard to reach.

They ran away from the masses so they could exist without morons stealing, lying, raping, cheating, and being otherwise parasitic.

It's easy as hell to live near the equator. Great civilizations arising there are few and quickly degenerated.

Interzone / Re: alien origins of scandinavian metal
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:07:14 PM »
Any civilization advanced enough to fold space is going to have a method for measuring, at very long distances, the degree of organization of electromagnetic spectrum near any given planet.


Interzone / Re: IQ
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:05:59 PM »
Then to me seems there's not much difference between some of you and the emo guy you probably just saw walking in the street.

You're yelling at people on a forum, and trying to generalize them all. That's defensive and pointless.

High IQ means intelligence potential, or the raw computing power necessary to think. If their character is bad or pointless, high IQ means little.

I'd rather live among the high IQ types however as among them, there is more consensus of what is good, and the people of low morals stand out, especially over time.

Interzone / Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:04:14 PM »
None of them are needed, just like religions are useless and/or any other form of mass belief.

Some form of shared values system is always needed.

Without it, you have anarchy, which allows those with the stupidest beliefs to prevail.

Interzone / Re: School shooting in Finland
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:02:34 PM »
I find it curious that people who get outraged at allowing morons to vote don't mind these same halfwits carrying firearms.

The problem is that those halfwits will always be able to get their hands on some kind of weapon. Allowing the smart to be armed evens the score.

Interzone / Re: Proof of Survival After Death
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:01:48 PM »

We don't need this. Live life well, then worry about death when you're dying. It will forever be an enigma and wasting air over it is pathetic.

Interzone / Re: IQ
« on: November 29, 2007, 07:01:02 PM »
The idiots are already dead men walking, they just don't know it.

What's important is that smart people breed. Find an intelligent man/lady, look at their good traits, recognize that all people have limitations, and work up your will to love them.

Start a family, live apart from the masses, tell every smart person what truth they can handle.

Never do anything to prolong the lives of punjis.

Do everything you can to encourage the smart, noble, beautiful, good...

Don't own a TV. Don't go to movies. Read books. Play outside. Make close friends, have adventures.

When the time comes, you'll need to start up new communities as the rest slowly lapse into third-world irrelevance... I'm not talking about race per se here, but how they downgrade themselves in caste. Maybe it is race, but maybe that's a separate issue entirely.

Never tell idiots what you actually think.

Don't break laws stupidly and destroy yourself. Avoid alcohol and most drugs. Don't buy stuff to feel happy. None of that crap works.

Avoid stupid nationalist organizations and bad music, hipsters and corporates, whores and liars. They are the majority. You can find those anywhere, or get yourself a dog and train her to suck cock for hamburger meat. Most people behave that way.

Do not directly confront the enemy. The enemy is a process, not a group or person...

Take yourself seriously, but recognize that you're nothing to the universe but a tool, and all that matter is that better designs (designs of music, designs of civilization, blueprints for brains and bodies) succeed over designs that aren't as good.

Don't be an egocase and start your own stupid failing band, your own stupid failing blog, your own stupid failing zine. Join with others and make a real difference.

Log off and go do something, get off the couch, stop caring about what you desire, and do what's right.

The rest is empty talk by pointless doomed people. Fuck you.

Interzone / Re: Listen to less
« on: November 29, 2007, 06:55:11 PM »
I'd explain, but you're too stupid to understand.  So why waste the time?

There's truth to this in some cases (I don't know who you're talking to here) but then why bother responding?

Try these two words:

"It's esoteric."

If they can't google that... well, then they found out what you were saying all along, didn't they.

Everyone else will already know.

Maybe we can keep the plague of ego-drama out of this forum for a little while longer...

Interzone / Re: Tips for a classical newbie
« on: November 29, 2007, 06:53:32 PM »

Why bother with Prokofiev? I found him empty, along with many of the other classical pieces suggested.

To prep yourself, pick up some short classical pieces. I suggest ones from the Romantic era, including Brahms, Schumann.

Start with some Beethoven.

Move on to Debussy (everyone has afternoon of a faun), then some Bruckner (#7), maybe some Respighi.

Pick up a later symphony from Mozart.

Then try Brahms #4 and Schumann #1.

Go back to Bruckner; #5.

Taste some Bach.

Listen to the best, forget the rest. Trying to find classical that's like the mainstream music you've been hearing is a stupid quest. You don't want more of the same old shit, unless you're afraid. You want to taste the real difference classical makes.

Get a good conductor, avoid Bernstein and Solti and anyone born in the USA.

Interzone / Re: Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
« on: November 29, 2007, 03:41:54 PM »
Which one's the best?

They're all the same.

Metal / Radio Nihil: Metal and Culture War
« on: November 29, 2007, 03:39:30 PM »

All about

I. How our current society failed
II. What we can learn
III. What to do as it collapses

Those who cannot act are obsolete.

« on: November 29, 2007, 04:31:33 AM »
Primitive Reaction ( http://www.primitivereaction.com/ ) have made a license deal with Spinefarm Records, and are now releasing the catalogue on vinyl.

There's a short live recording from SWRI SHAMAANI available for a perioid of time at http://beherit.fi/swri/laitama.mp3

Metal / Re: Sacramentum - Sedes Impiorum for sale
« on: November 28, 2007, 01:41:36 PM »
It means people whine like Bourdeaux but don't back it up, then blame others for their failings.

Metal / Re: New Immortal Song Clip
« on: November 28, 2007, 03:35:03 AM »
Not really impressive, since it's more of the same, when they need a new direction.

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