Monsters and Heroes

A common plot for a heroic tale is one where a people are under threat from a supernatural monster or maybe a person possessed by great evil. The king is either unable or unwilling to defend the people from the threat, so a great hero emerges to do that which the king is supposed to do. The hero then goes off to face the threat, defeats it thus saving the people and writing his name in the book of heroes. Probably the oldest existing version of this is the Old English epic poem Beowulf.

Now, more sophisticated versions of this plot will bring the king into the story line by exploring the reasons he cannot or will not defend his people. Maybe the king is playing a double game, where he hopes to summon the hero, who he sees as the greater threat, in order to get him killed by the monster. Alternatively, the king is weak or incompetent, thus he represents failed leadership. His character in the story is a reminder of the risk of to a people tolerating bad leaders.

Now, with that in mind, fast forward to the current age and consider what is happening in American public life. For starters, we have an economic system that cannot be described as anything but predatory. The issue has become so acute, even The Wall Street Journal has had to take note. The reason for the collapse of the America middle class is well known. The active efforts to suppress wages, while maintaining a usurious financial system, is draining the life out of the middle-class.

Again, the reasons for this are fairly well understood and, more important, we know who is behind the policies causing it. People have been writing about the financialization of the economy since the 1970’s. Way back when Wall Street convinced Congress they should auction off the manufacturing base, analysts on the Right and Left identified the prime mover behind this phenomenon. The monster that is savaging the people is well known, yet the king does nothing to defend his people.

Concomitant with the financial collapse of the middle-class has been the spiritual and cultural collapse. Probably the most symbolic aspect of this is the opioid crisis, which has put its icy hand on every shoulder of society. It’s not just an urban thing like prior drug epidemics or a class thing like crime. Look at the number of high profile people who ended up in a rehab facility after getting hooked on pain killers. Every week, the nation’s obituaries are full of stories about opioid related deaths.

Again, this is not some great mystery. On the one hand, you have people like the Sackler family who basically got a license to kill. They used it to flood the nation with legal drugs and induced doctors to hand them out like candy. Similarly, the flood of fentanyl from Mexico is well understood. We know who is doing this to the American people, yet the people in charge barely acknowledge it. The monster that is savaging the people is well known, yet the king does nothing to defend his people.

We have spent three years being lectured by our betters about those clever Russians and their Facebook ads, threatening our democracy. It was a giant hoax, of course, and we know why the hoaxers perpetuated it. They were covering up a seditious plot to subvert the 2016 election. The fact that it was a hoax does not mean there are no threats to the political order. We know, for example, that the tech giants are deliberately trying to subvert the democratic processes.

Again, this is not some mysterious thing that is just coming to light. It has been happening for a long time now. Here we have Silicon Valley trying to bully British media outlets to not interview Farage. Here we have a former Google exec explaining how his former employer interferes in elections. What’s happening with these tech oligopolies is not some great puzzle that has just coming to light. The monster that is savaging the people is well known, yet the king does nothing to defend his people.

The pattern is unmistakable. Time after time the people come under threat from a well understood enemy of bourgeois order and time after time the people in charge do nothing about it. Only the most naive think the Epstein affair or the massive corruption in the FBI will be addressed. At this point, everyone knows the plot. The flow of stories will slow to a trickle and then the whole thing will be forgotten. In time, Epstein’s plotters will be partying with the FBI plotters at Lois Lerner’s Vineyard mansion.

The people are under threat by a variety of monsters. It’s not just Grendel, but Grendel’s mother and the whole extended family. The people in charge, whether out of fear, avarice or degeneracy do nothing about these threats. People thought the Orange Knight was the hero, who could slay the monsters and bring peace to the people, but thus far he has remained under his desk, posting insults on Twitter. In fact, the king sees the hero as a greater threat than the monsters that savage his people.

If our version of this tale is to be recounted in future generations, the plot will have to take a different turn. Ours will have to be the version where the people, seeing the king undermine and plot against the hero, finally realize that the real monster vexing them is the one who rules over them. Every society is under threat from monsters, often ones they created or allowed to develop in their ranks. The people who survive are those who figure it out and either find a hero to slay the monster or do the job themselves.


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ReluctantReactionary
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Steinbeck named the monster, “Well, it’s too late. And the owner men explained the workings and the thinkings of the monster that was stronger than they were. A man can hold land if he can just eat and pay taxes; he can do that. Yes, he can do that until his crops fail one day and he has to borrow money from the bank. But—you see, a bank or a company can’t do that, because those creatures don’t breathe air, don’t eat side-meat. They breathe profits; they eat the interest on money. If they don’t get it, they die the… Read more »

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It seems to me that the relationship between monster and ruler in our lives is one of appeasement, where the monster slowly devours whatever he desires from the people so long as the rulers are safe and living it up in the castle, and the people are dependent on whatever the ruler can give because they’re defenseless against the monster. The hero of the story must be someone who forces the enemies to show their hand and reveal their true relationship. We saw glimpses of this with Trump, where he would say “This is what is happening, its disgusting and… Read more »

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Your last sentence begs the question: Who are Trump’s people?

Ursula
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Ursula

Turns out Trump’s people are the Israelis.

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A nation gets only so many heroes before the supply is squandered. We have now become a nation for sale. The highest bidder will win.

Ursula
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Ursula

And the least tolerant people who most protect their beliefs will prevail culturally. Unless white people get it together, I can see Middle Easterners, Chinese, or maybe Indians coming out on top culturally, with a broad vague sense of Latino culture in the background of the whole U.S.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

It’s hard to know if you are leaving out counter evidence intentionally, or through not being aware of the bigger picture. Google is being devoured from within, by rabid SJW’s (and non-SJW leakers). Many children and grand children of the “elite” class are dying of fenatyl overdoses — along with the poorer victims. The university scam has been exposed and a counter reaction is occurring. The MSM has lost all credibility, and therefore its power to deceive. Kamala the Court Whoore was dressed down by a senior citizen in a rest home, about her plan to take away private healthcare.… Read more »

Irishfarmer
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Irishfarmer

But how do you really feel?

John Smith
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Karl is correct, after a fashion. Whenever the Left takes over an institution, it invariably fails. As he notes, the mass media is dying. So it goes for the other institutions: the schools are cranking out SJWs and Marxist morons like they’re sausages, The courts and judiciary are infested with them. Law enforcement can’t even protect a key witness like Epstein who is in their custody. Entire generations and communities are addicted to welfare. That’s why I get impatient with the Trump bashing. People whine and cry for the President to fix all that – when we were the ones… Read more »

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The MSM is almost as powerful as it has ever been. They can still take people out and the elite are their eyeballs. The audience the media has been losing is the unwashed masses who have no power. All of the deplatforming over the past few years have been initiated by the MSM.

99 Year Blues
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“The issue we face today is we have zero representation in the ruling class.” Absolutely correct, spot on 100 per cent. The other thing is, you can’t vote your way into the ruling class. It exists, but it’s not a thing that is, say, denoted in the Constitution. The ruling class is organic, and has a life, a purpose, and has a set of folkways of its own. It is extralegal, but it winds up making the laws. Never forget the great Lee Marvin’s maxim: The thing to remember about the Bad Guy is, the Bad Guy never thinks of… Read more »

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There was also a BBC sketch one time where some Waffen SS soldiers were talking about their “Death’s Head” insignia and one of them finally aska, “Are we the bad guys?”

Anon
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Anon

Mitchell & Webb, “Are We the Baddies”.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VImnpErdDzA

John Smith
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With respect, boys – hogwash. If Hillary had won the election I might agree. But – we are now talking about walls, borders, and immigration right now. That alone is worth the price of the ticket. Other prohibited Red Pill subjects are coming up in every-day conversation now. I dunno about you, but when I see the mass media whining about layoffs, downsizing, and demanding bailouts – yeah, boys – there are so reprisals for crapping on your readership, and the slob journalists are reaping what the whirlwind. They are becoming more irrelevant every day. I’ve been a regular reader… Read more »

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

Since the 2016 election, millions of people have learned who really runs things and how they go about it.

There is that.

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉
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Yes thank you John Smith. Everyone look where we were 3, 5, 10 years ago and look where we are now. In a better and clearer place. We just can’t expect Victory/Survival (same thing) by voting every 2 years and posting, tweeting, talking. Talk only persuades talkers. The men who remain silent but who quietly listen are the doers who will save us. Save us they will, saved we will be. Just not by talk. That doesn’t mean stop talking or stop voting. No. It means stop being depressed – and depressing – when talk isn’t enough. Of course not.

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Compsci

Hope you’re correct about the people and the media, but I have my doubts. Just today, I’m listening to the conservative(?) talking heads and of course, the discussion is on the death of the elites’ favorite pervert, Epstein. Basically, they were re-reporting the media’s publishing of the autopsy report indicating a probable strangulation which would indicate he was murdered. Of course, they were all beside themselves. Fine, but immediately after they started up on any number of news reports concerning Trump goings on and pointing out how the MSM reporting in these matters was fake news. Seems the “Gell-Mann amnesia… Read more »

Jack Dobson
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Jack Dobson

Epstein is very significant is another way. Literally no one believes the official version, and even the propaganda organs have to adjust for that reality. Again, that represents a remarkable victory in a short period of time.

Billhilly
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Billhilly

Well, there needs to be some reprisals for them to fear then.

Anin
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Anin

More represantation than youd think. As a prof at one of those ivy ish colleges there are a few of us. But hard to know how many because youll lose everything talking to the wrong person. Just being unembarrases about my christianity is socially uncomfortable.

c matt
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c matt

Law enforcement can’t even protect a key witness like Epstein who is in their custody.

Can’t, or won’t? If Epsty had the dirt on Trump, would he still be alive?

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

c matt said: “If Epsty had the dirt on Trump, would he still be alive?” Personally I wouldn’t buy Donny J a cup of coffee. But as long as the great orange wind tunnel is driving my enemies crazy, he’s my guy. And as far as this Epsty crap goes. I don’t care if that prick offed himself, or sombody shoved him out the door. It’s just one more drop in the f**king ocean.

Exile
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I see Epstein as an (((intra-Tribal))) casualty. TDS w/Ryan Dawson from Monday did a great breakdown on how Epstein was tight with the Ehud Barak sub-Tribe while Trump’s tight with the Bibi Nethanyahu faction, and Trump & Epstein had deep personal hatred. PervLizard tried to humiliate Trump as a business failure & Trump stumped him on buying property. The fact that someone who’s so Mossad-connected he glows in the dark like a menorah got re-pinched after cutting his deal makes it pretty certain that only intra-Tribal shenanigans could be involved. Epstein was far too well connected to be the victim… Read more »

Alien
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Alien

Epstein “Had the goods…” absolutely. “Well-connected…” Maybe. One might ask “well connected to whom?”

But….there’s weakness afoot from The Exalted; were Epstein sufficiently well connected he would never have been in that jail cell to begin with. On a very remote corner of someone’s island somewhere perhaps, faced with being anonymous for the rest of his existence, but more likely, he would have simply been quietly disappeared. “Anyone seen Jeffrey?” would have been a permanently unanswered question, interminable searching leaving no solid hook for conspiracies to hang on.

That he wasn’t demonstrates there are limits to power.

Gene Kronberg
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Yes. Trump does not have the power and access to the resources his enemies have.

david
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david

Agreed. Tens of millions are turning to independent influencers for their news. Media confidence is at an all time low, as well as cnn ratings. Trumps destroying their credibility and shitting on political correctness, which has been more dogmatic and antiscience than any other religion. The rest is up to us.

miforest
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I do not think any of this means anything karl. the SJW’s Rule the tech industry that controls the flow of all information now. Is google going to be replace anytime soon by a more rational company? , are they losing their power? . what about facebook ? twitter? youtube? Hell, tucker Carlson is soon going to be out from Fox because of the tiny amount of red pill he gave his audience. they will probably replace him with the reprehensible Been shitpiro. you are missing the fact that if you have a monopoly on the flow of information and… Read more »

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

Google is about to be broken up and regulated, same for Facebook.

Exile
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Exile

Even more wishful thinking (wipes a tear from his grey beard, takes another shot of whiskey as he awaits further girlish name calling…).

When Sundar & Zuck are ritually sacrificed by the God Emperor to bless the 2500 mile long wall he executive ordered on January 20, 2021, you can call me every kind of phag imaginable.

miforest
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miforest

gettin that from Q are you? tell me when it happens . It will probably be right after Brexit.

Yves Vannes
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Decay isn’t defeat. We don’t have the luxury of letting this go a bit at a time into whatever nadir it descends to. The most important things we can do now is to organize in small groups (a bowling group not Ruby Ridge)of people we can depend upon in planning how to survive a turn for the worse. Then develop a network of these groups. And a little subrosa monkey wrenching to keep the “white panic” going. We need to swell our ranks… and at least for now it’s our enemies doing this for us. We shouldn’t interfere while they… Read more »

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

It’s worse than you make it out to be because their program can potentially succeed in destroying us through inertia alone.

It’s not enough for people to stop believing in the system and become apathetic towards it; it’s rolling downhill now.

Something has to produce an upheaval that would dramatically change current trends.

Otherwise, we may well lose… or only survive in a very degraded form.

Member

I enjoy reading optimistic posts occasionally, then I go and check the weather forecast and the lead article is how Minneapolis is banning drive-through restaurants to combat climate change.

“Here’s the impact the ban could have on our environment:” I kid you not. Clown world.

Exile
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Exile

I’m Karl’s Jr. McHunger-ing for more burger nat optimism. Keep serving up the hot takes, McTrusty. Boom!

Official Bologna Tester
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Official Bologna Tester

Karl McHungus said: “…maybe get out into the rest of the world where the pendulum of history is moving in a very positive direction.” Sweet! “The pendulum of history.” Wow, I really love that. Excuse me for a second while I tattoo that on my ass. Karl McHungus said: “Many children and grand children of the “elite” class are dying of fenatyl overdoses — along with the poorer victims.” Holy Crap! That pendulum is a motherf**ker. I don’t care who’s kids they are. The fact that more children are dying of drug addiction is not actually good news Karl. Karl… Read more »

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To use another metaphor, we hired a High Plains Drifter to settle our mess even if we didn’t really care for him or want him near us. What we got was what we feared, an egotistical blowhard. Our salvation can’t come from the ballot box but even if a good percent of us are willing to be your hero, what is the course of action? A new Tea Party, ballot initiatives that get struck down, what? A Randian strike with withdrawal from societal obligations would be nice, not that any of us have the cajones for that. “The monster that… Read more »

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What we got was a High Plains Grifter.

Exile
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Exile

Well played, sir.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

said the sock puppet to the hand

Member

You are the one favorably quoting Johnny Lennon.

PortMoodyKid
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PortMoodyKid

Not only prescient, but clever.

Exile
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Exile

“A Randian strike with withdrawal from societal obligations would be nice, not that any of us have the cajones for that.” Some of us do. That’s 5PT. Ultimately we’re looking to build a “grey market society” inside the wire (for now), Soviet dissident style. It doesn’t necessarily require full-blown off-the-grid prepperdom, you can help out in other ways as well. Right now we’re just looking for the people who’re willing to put some level of skin in the game and forming the physical communities needed to operate from. It’s a multi-generational project by necessity, contra those who insist that “time… Read more »

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As for operating within the system, what do you think of the use of lawfare to advance the cause?

Exile
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Exile

I work in CA law, totally endorse it.

Member

Were you pleased with the verdict in favor of the family who sued Oberlin College?

Exile
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Exile

Hell yes. The devil lies in the remittitur though – the infamous “3 million dollar McDonalds case” got an almost 2.5 million dollar haircut on appeal.

Member

Is it possible that the hero will take the form, not of a Beowulf, but of a Bonaparte, or a Pinochet, or even colonels in sunglasses?

Ajclement
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Ajclement

Don’t count on it. If it were going to happen it would have already. If it happens at all it will be by a SJW in heels saving the republic from the NAZIS.

Marko
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Marko

If we go down the Brazil path, which I think we are, then yes, we can expect a Bolsonaro (at best) and a Pinochet (at worst). However I do think if we get a funky Colonel, he will be white or near-white. I don’t think 55% or even 45% of a future white population would follow a Colonel Sanchez, much much less a Colonel D’Antonio.

Saml Adams
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Saml Adams

Don’t sell Mi General short. After doing business over the years in Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Chile…I’ve decided Pinochet got it right.

Member

He didn’t kill enough academics.

TheLastStand
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TheLastStand

Maybe there is a cunning warrior out there biding his time with ambition to make us great again. If he appears, I will give him my allegiance.

In the meantime, I will focus on my community. I may not be Aragorn, but I will not let my version of the Shire be corrupted.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

Augustus Caesar

TomA
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TomA

To speak that which must never be spoken. All living things are creatures of habit. Habits rarely, if ever, can be changed (evolutionary biology). To expect the elites to change their habits via persuasion is idiotic at best and suicidal at worst. Criminals are incarcerated because of this. And affluence enables the compassionate isolation remedy. Napoleon was banished. However, in the Old West, horse thieves were hanged promptly. Just sayin’.

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Just to stir the pot…

The story of King Saul, David and Goliath predates Beowulf by about 1,000 years

99 Year Blues
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And the story of Oedipus the King is this: the kingdom of Oedipus is stricken by a terrible plague (viz. the Monster). He is told by the priests and prophets that the reason for the plague is that there is a great Sinner in their midst. As a good King, he is determined to root out and identify this Great Sinner, so as to spare his people.

Turns out the Great Sinner was himself, and he had no idea.

Not intended as a Trump commentary; after all, we don’t have a King, but we do have a Ruling Class.

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Saul is one of my favorite historical characters. He was reportedly tall and good looking and probably not a bad king, especially since the books of Kings and Chroncles were written by priests who didn’t like the monarchy in the first place. He lost his kingship by failing to destroy the Amalekites livestock, after he had killed all of the Amalekites, which seems to be a pretty reasonable decision. He then finds that his most successful military commander is a bosom buddy with the heir to the throne. The empire of David and Solomon, in any event, was actually quite… Read more »

Member

” historical characters.”

I do like your sense of humor.

Member

People who bet against the historicity of Biblical events keep getting proven wrong, but by all means, keep doubling down.

Apex Predator
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Apex Predator

And in ~2800BC Gilgamesh overthrew the worthless King Agga as monsters ravaged the kingdom and roamed the lands, later becoming King himself. So a bunch of wandering (((desert nomads))) ripped off a story from some other desert people that were a thousand years older than they were. Then people ripped off those people with the same hero myth, over, and over, and over…

WTF was your point exactly other that LARPing as having a modicum of intelligence?

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Fear the Apex Predator…

Exile
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Exile

There are good reasons why modern Biblical studies date/place the actual authorship and/or compilation of the Torah/Old Testament in the Babylonian Exile. Adam & Eve, Noah, Sodom & Gomorrah, and many other stories are undeniably pastiches and plagarisms of Sumerian, Akkadian, Egyptian and Babylonian stories. The Quran is lifted almost entirely from the Torah and New Testament. There is a big advantage in getting your new religion off the ground by tweaking existing mythology. The most charitable interpretation is that the themes they address are universal in a Jungian archetypal or “Golden Bough” sense. The more cynically inclined see more… Read more »

SidVic
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SidVic

apex is cranky.

Dr. Mabuse
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Dr. Mabuse

Geez, lighten up. What’s wrong with adding to the harmless stock of public knowledge?

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Felix_Krull

But the stories of Saul, David and Goliath are not true.

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Doesn’t that make them a good comparison to Beowulf, or is that historical? I’m confused…

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Felix_Krull

Not at all. Beowulf is a true story.

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Ahhh… Just so!

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Felix_Krull

Yes. How else would you explain that nobody has seen Grendel since the fifth century?

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Q.E.D. 🙂

Vegetius
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Vegetius

A practical point: heroes strike monsters, not innocent bystanders.

Desert Rat
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Desert Rat

Yep. In all these shootings that thing that stands out most to me is that the wrong people are being shot.

Exile
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Exile

Orwell warned us about both the dangers of euphemism and censorship. I place some of the blame for these nihilistic, vastly net-negative shooters on the destruction of the meaning of the word “terrorism,” and with it, any meaningful distinction between combatant and non-combatant targets. There is no way to eliminate all violence. We’ve all expressed some preference for “organized crime” over “disorganized crime” at some point because organized crime, at least in the past, established a code on its lawless members (don’t kill family members, keep the blood among “made men,” the Commission, etc…*) When governments removed the distinction between… Read more »

Rod1963
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Rod1963

Even if they did it would take at least 3% of the male population to rise up in a similar to effect change

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ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

It will get no play in the MSM. (They were captured long ago.) Who ever suspected that we’d be ruled by the Mafia? When we never discovered the payouts Congress made to settle various harassment suits . . .

Ursula
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Ursula

If you haven’t read Ron Unz’s piece on organized crime yet, it’s a must. Fascinating, chock full of goodies. Unz is a brave man.

http://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-the-power-of-organized-crime/

Vegetius
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Vegetius

I am not looking for tales of woe or any signaling, but how many here have had an immediate or extended family member (uncle/aunt, cousin, nephew/niece) die because of opioids?

I have.

I forgot
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I forgot

+1

DLS
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DLS

+1: Co-worker.

DraveckysHumerus
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DraveckysHumerus

My sister hasn’t died from drug abuse yet but it has literally destroyed her heart and mind. Today still a methadone addict. A former tea totaller until her 20’s, she began using after pregnancy-induced “fibromyalgia” diagnosis by her small town quacks. She got hooked on the Sacklers’ goodies, jumping from MD to MD to obtain continuing prescriptions, and transitioned to the street stuff, now back to the docs after her heart melted down. Sis was a beauty queen, a hard 9+/10, and now looks like a raisin at 50, the walking dead. I wish this would stop for others but… Read more »

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
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Nunnya Bidnez, jr.

Ex girlfriend from high school.
the most beautiful and smartest one there.
went to med school.
became a pediatrician.
became an alcoholic & pill popper.
worked while high, sold pills, lost her MD license.
killed herself at her father’s house.

DraveckysHumerus
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DraveckysHumerus

Addiction and its associated behaviors can happen to almost anybody, even to experts on the subject. I sincerely used to believe addiction reflected poor character and then I actually came face-to-face with it via good and strong people I knew and realized I was mistaken.

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
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Nunnya Bidnez, jr.

Good luck to you and yours.
sincerely.

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

You (and family) are in a very difficult situation with regard to your sister. Never let go of hope. Remind her that people care about her, and are pulling for her.

Exile
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Exile

Multiple family members in OH are either dead or well on their way. The American Sardaukar Appalachian Scotch-Irish seem prone to opiods and weed abuse ala Indians with whiskey. I loved some of Z’s earlier podcasts and some posts where he went hard at what the drug culture did to Whites starting in the 60’s. Would like to see some more of that.

ReturnOfBestGuest
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ReturnOfBestGuest

No. But I read the obits, and it’s heart-rending. I live in Essex County, MA. We have a school for addicts: “Recovery High” with a so-so record.
Lots of times these kids whose deaths I read about have a complicated survivor network: Ma + Ma’s partner. Dad + Dad’s partner. Innumerable half-siblings, pets, and a host of people who loved them, and yet no feeling of community support.

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Vegetius
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Vegetius

I hope it stays that way.

miforest
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miforest

For a huge chunk of our population, they now worship the monster and cheer as it savages them , chanting “no trump. no wall,no USA at all ! ” .
Many modern people seem the have the same reverence for government bureaucracy they used to reserve for the religious priesthood of their society.

Member

The frenzy of the modern-day version of the Bacchanal.

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

On the scale of 1-10 Oy Veys, today’s column rates a Six Gorillion

Friendly Fred
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Friendly Fred

I recommend the Argonautika, by Apollonius of Rhodes.

Drake
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Drake

Trump isn’t the hero. He maybe the court jester who gets the monsters to reveal themselves, speaks at least some truths, and mocks them continuously. But I have no expectations that he (or anyone else in the government) will really do anything about the monsters.

Dutch
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Dutch

Trump did help pull back the curtain, and he kept Cankles from the Oval Office. That’s two good things. I’m not so sure there will be a third good thing from him, though.

Member

Don’t pay attention to [Bibi] behind the curtain.

DLS
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DLS

Exposure is half the battle. The other half is up to us and providence.

Member

What to do? We the serfs of America are limited. We are punitively taxed. Forced to fight with one hand tied behind our backs. Attacked without mercy by leftist progressive communists. Is it any wonder the nut jobs in desperation shoot the place up every other weekend? Those who can drop out after they have tuned in and turned on. Knowing what can be changed and what cannot be tells us all we need to know. Heroes? There aren’t any. Tyrants and despots are the order of the day. The tree of liberty needs fed.

beau
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beau

the real enemy is within and shows itself in various ways daily.

JR Wirth
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JR Wirth

Another great one this week. One addition is that the drug war was lost early on, as the libertarian sovereign man concept took root in the 1970s baby boomers. A sovereign man has the right to debase himself in any way he sees fit. From pornos to drugs. This is one of the few, if only, examples of libertarian success, self debasement as a right. So the broader culture sees the drug war as a pointless exercise and even the bad guys in not letting people live the way they want. Notice that many many other countries still put bullets… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

There’s a new drug, the worst yet: White Supremacy.

Good thing we criminalized those terrible crosstops in 1980, eh?
Now we have the tools to go after the Supremacist gangs.

(My answer to Vegetius was a yes- the great-grandbaby got into the bag of fentanyl.)

Brad
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Brad

“…the people, seeing the king undermine and plot against the hero, finally realize that the real monster vexing them is the one who rules over them.” It’s a huge white pill for me to see more dissidents waking up to this reality. It doesn’t matter if Trump was sincere or not when he first talked about building the wall and cutting illegal immigration. What matters is that he hasn’t fulfilled that promise and deflecting blame to congress or the courts is nothing less than insincere. While it would certainly ruffle some feathers in the media and cause some violent left-wing… Read more »

Ursula
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Ursula

Yes, after all these recent shooting events, at this moment it’s more difficult than usual defending the 2nd Amendment, which is exactly why those of us who believe in 2nd Amendment need to stand firm and not budge a millimeter on guns rights. Now is the time to hold up the bulwark of resistance. If something is to be done, how about enforcing the existing laws? This is not the issue to compromise on so Trump has a little win on his board for election season. No.

sirlancelot
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sirlancelot

And exactly what dragon is the President suppose to slay ? The DC swamp ?

Are you kidding me ? They just whacked their biggest liability. Couldn’t have been any more blatant if it had been on live TV.

No thanks. The President has done a fantastic job exposing fake news, speaks the truth and is letting our enemies self implode.

For a guy that’s a multi-millionaire, President of the United States and has a smoke’n hottie for a wife i’d say that’s not too bad for a “clown”.

Exile
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Exile

The Battle Hymn of the MAGARoastie…

Rich + trophy wife + Empire social status = f*ck you proles, he’s great!

#MoarWinning #MuhTaxCuts

Normie
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The Clown Emperor can no wrong… #sad

DLS
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DLS

We need a president who will do to the government what Kenesaw Mountain Landis did to baseball. Trump is a first step. Likely though, we will revert back to sociopathic posers.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

Re: The opiod epidemic

If you don’t have at least some measure of personal responsibility – then you have nothing. In fact if you refuse to consider that personal responsibility is a major component of getting rid of the opiod crisis – then I believe what you have just admitted :

The left is CORRECT – and people are just cattle to be herded in the direction they want them to go.

If we can’t even convince white men to stop drugging themselves up – then we’re going to lose this fight.

Apex Predator
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Apex Predator

“If we can’t even convince white men to stop drugging themselves up – then we’re going to lose this fight.” What should they be doing, pray tell? Your industry was sold off at least a decade ago to the highest international bidder. Your town has been strip mined of everything of value at least twice. You are told by the media and academia you are human garbage who was born with both Privilege and Original Sin, neither of which you can ever wipe away from you. Your suggestion stinks of Boomercuckery- “Come on son! Just pull yourself up by your… Read more »

Compsci
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Compsci

Here, here. Drugs are an escape from a bad situation. Improve the situation and you eliminate the desire to escape via drugs.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

Pretty much every response here can be boiled down to:

” we’re expecting this situation to be resolved from salvation from on high”

What are you going to do when it doesn’t arrive?

Because it’s not going to.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

LOL.

So the solution to being told you are human garbage – is to engage in behavior that proves the point?

How do people who have nothing even afford drugs in the first place?

You’re offering up excuses for people who would rip the vinyl siding from my house so they could set it on fire and get high from the fumes – and then yank all the copper pipes and wiring from the walls so they could go buy more crystal meth.

Apex Predator
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Apex Predator

I rarely say this to strangers but it is my -sincere- wish that one of your children or a loved one becomes hopelessly addicted to drugs. Only when you have personally experienced this demon will you even begin to unf-ck your 1950s POV about this epidemic.

Vegetius
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Vegetius

I think the stern moralizing is one thing when it comes to keeping people away from drugs. But for dealing with an addict it is maybe the worst approach imaginable. Anyone who claims otherwise either has zero experience with the phenomenon, is simply an asshole, or is holding onto denial like a life preserver. In a way, addiction is a little bit like the JQ or race realism, only more so: you really don’t get it until you get it, and once you got it there is not going back. This said, in a world in which candidates for high… Read more »

Normie
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Plus 100…

Calsdad
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Calsdad

My mother died from addiction. So you just got your wish. I’ve never seen a single case in my entire life where the addict was “cured” – without finally taking on some responsibility for their addiction and working to get themselves right. Or by recognizing where they were headed – and then avoiding the entire problem IN THE FIRST PLACE. Which is why I say the issue boils down to personal responsibility. There is simply no way to stop somebody who is intent on destroying themselves. The whole ” my life is shit so I’m going to become addicted to… Read more »

Friendly Fred
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Friendly Fred

Try a little harder to suppress that irritating tick. It ruins (((your))) writing.

SidVic
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SidVic

well cal i would soften your view a bit. If you are chronic pain it is very 10x easy to get hooked. the oxy was marketed as safe. alot of naive people fell into addiction. My mother was hospice nurse. I heard the refrain “nobody should be in pain nowadays” True if they riddled with cancer Not true if they a construction worker with a bad back. Pain is often a better option. Many naive people assume that if doctor prescribes it is safe and good for you. Not true, many prescriptions are powerful and addictive psychotropic drugs that one… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

I worked in CA personal injury law for years. The number of doctors who were pushing every form of unnecessary and/or net-negative drug and quack treatment on patients for shekels was “Legion.” They were indeed monsters. 20 years ago the Pajeets were outnumbered by the Tribe in this, but from what I see of the “injury industry,” thankfully from arm’s length nowadays, Brahmin and Arabs have overtaken the Levites in helping the goyim go to the Big Sleep without fussing over their wrecked nations, cultures and lives.

Friendly Fred
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Friendly Fred

You sound like a nattering NAM with your pathetic bullshit about “goyim”, Mr. personal injury lawer, esq.

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3g4me

I used to share your view, Carlsdad – but while I’m still big on personal responsibility, I now recognize and accept that we all have our different weaknesses and excesses. Because we need and want a functional society to live in, we must help protect those less able to cope. To me, this does not mean bankrupting your family to send a kid to drug rehab for the 10th time, but a strict “tough it out” attitude won’t work either. There will be that 1or 2 percent who cannot or will not be helped and must be written off, but… Read more »

Maus
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Maus

In my experience working as a prosecutor in a drug court setting where the judge, attorneys, probation officers, social workers and mental health professionals worked collaboratively to apply case-specific carrots and sticks, the numbers were actually reversed. Maybe 5% could reach and maintain sobriety after two years of intervention. The other 95% failed repeatedly. The only solution for them is incarceration or death. The life story of each individual is a tragedy. But collectively, the growing cohort of the 95% is a policy failure that can only be managed with drastic interventions that require one to set aside the emotional… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

Maus, in my experience, the moment of transition from a controlled environment (the 12 step house or other facility) to the outside world is the moment of truth. The world inside is completely focused on discipline, guidance, and inspiration. The outside world doesn’t give a damn, and relapse is the more typical response, right from that moment.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

You see…… now we’re right back to why I call this a matter of personal responsibility. If you completely lack the ability to discipline YOURSELF – then (as you and Maus point out) no amount of outside discipline is going to work. I was familiar with the 5% / 95% split that Maus pointed out BTW. And have come to the same conclusion: pretty much the only solution is death for the 95% that simply won’t come clean. All the people getting all butt-hurt about my personal responsibility comments act as if the men who make up elite military units… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

The idea that all social problems are mostly the result of lack of “personal responsibility” is one of the most poisonous and pervasive mind-altering ideas that libertarianism smuggled into our culture, hidden in the saddlebags of frontier independence and self-reliance.

Puritan Horatio Alger and (((Alisa Rosenbaum))) wrote fiction, FFS. The last man without sin was Jesus. Who in your own personal life is an epitome of “personal responsibility?”

Teaching the masses to first blame themselves and treat massively-funded and institutionalized corruption as “excuses” for cultural decay is the Devil’s latest best trick.

Educated.Redneck
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Educated.Redneck

Addiction is an issue of hbd. If you don’t think a 120# 19 year old girl can haul a combat load through the streets of Kabul with the rest of the menfolk, why do you think addicts can do the equivalent?
‘Muh personal responsibility,” like all tunes commonly played on the lolbertarian clownhorn, is a lie by the Lord of This World to make you rejoice in the rotting death of your own community.

Moran ya Simba
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Moran ya Simba

Re drugs it seems to me that Carlsdad is taking an ideological position whereas Z’s and others’ is more empirical. There is a lot to be said for personal responsibility. But we have a people to save and frankly, if they need a hard hand to be saved, so be it. The British used opiods to keep the Chinese giant asleep in the 19th century, today there actually is a speculative Chinese connection to the fentanyl crisis. People who are not ready for crisis mode do not understand how serious the situation is. Kill the drug runners and king pins,… Read more »

c matt
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c matt

TPTB have done a fantastic job of destroying the support systems that would mitigate this crisis (Family, Church, Local Community). Personal responsibility requires constant support, which has been yanked out by the roots / undermined for most of these unfortunate souls.

Chad Hayden
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Chad Hayden

What about the personal responsibility of those selling highly addictive substances. You’re mis-applying a correct principle here.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

I have no problem with applying responsibility to those who sell and market addictive substances. Even up to and including measures as extreme as what the Chinese have employed (death). What I have grown extremely tired of is listening to all of the whining and excusing away the actions of individuals who take take drugs and become addicts. The fact of the matter is that it takes BOTH sides to create the problem. If nobody took the drug dealers up on his offers to sell product – there would be no problem. The demand from users has been proven to… Read more »

Rod1963
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Rod1963

Feh. Sorry excuse for not going to war against big pharma for flooding the country with drugs and murdering our people not to mention shutting down trade with China that is pumping massive quantities of Fentanyl into the U.S. It’s so organized I can order synthetic opioids from Chinese websites

Even better I can order Carfentanyl that is so toxic it qualifies as WMD from China.

Guys like you don’t see the elite and China have declared war on us. Instead you just blame some schmuck who got ass raped by globo-homo-shlomo and has no future.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

LOL.

So I can apparently just order Carfentanyl and synthetic opioids online and get them delivered to my house.

I guess you got me. I suddenly can’t stop myself from emptying my bank account and bringing in a few pounds of shit that I’ll pump into my veins as soon as it’s delivered to my front porch by UPS.

All you just did was prove my point.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Well, much of the population considers us the monster – a monster in need of slaying.

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

This is an important point that we all need to internalize.

To the Left, we are the disease. Trump is just a symptom.

It will be us that they seek to eliminate, not just Bad Orange Man.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

It’s getting more overt. For the other side, the logic is clear. Racism is a deadly problem. Whites cause racism. Therefore, whites are a deadly problem.

What do you do with a deadly problem? You eliminate it at best, lock it down at worst.

The Dem presidential leaders are now openly talking about racism as the key rot in our society. Step one. The next step will be talking about the root cause of that racism: Whites. Step two. The final step will be policies to protect society from our racism. Step three.

Member

And Trump is falling into their trap.

Ajclement
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Ajclement

This is the reality we face today

Dutch
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Dutch

Not to start off a JQ thing, that’s beside the point. We are the new Jews in a fascistic culture. Learn from the past and set your plans, your behavior, and your expectations accordingly.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Yeah, I remember reading about Germany in the 1930s in high school and wondering why more Jews didn’t move. Even if it cost them everything, they’d still be alive. I mean, they had to see the writing on the wall.

Well, here I am.

That said, the Nazis were were a very organized, very capable and very homogeneous group. Our opponents are none of those things.

Dutch
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Dutch

Appearances may fool you. The panopticon will compensate for a lot of bureaucratic ineptitude. Assume for less than the worst but plan for the worst.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Agreed. I think that anyone not considering a way to 1) move to a much whiter region of the country or 2) move to another country (not that many white countries aren’t infected) is blatantly ignoring history.

I plan on doing what I can, but I also want an escape hatch.

Dutch
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Dutch

Citizen, normalcy bias and slowly raising the temperature of the lobster pot are very powerful.

George
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George

But there are more of them

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

It’s more like we’re the new kulaks in a neo-Soviet culture

We don’t have any of the advantages that Jews had.

We might have other, different advantages.

Dutch
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Dutch

There are quite a few of us, that’s for sure. We have that going for us.

Exile
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Exile

The Iliad provides some inspiration for modern day Myrmidons warring on behalf of corrupt, selfish and vainglorious Agamemnons. Helen is “Liberty,” the beautiful statue-poem for whom the grunts killed and plundered, when in fact they’d been shipped to Troy so Agamemnon and his Achean apparatchiks could cash in on Priam’s nautical tax-farming stranglehold over the Dardanelles. Greek paganism, unlike the Abrahamic faiths, didn’t award ultimate “Good, Right” or “Justice” to the Greek cause and could present the Trojans as noble foes, often nobler than the Greeks, in the Greeks’ own national hero-epic. Likewise, White Nationalists don’t claim the sanction of… Read more »

Whiskey
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Whiskey

Ivanka Trump is pushing hard for a total gun ban.

Men with daughters are natural cucks. And nice White ladies are the mortal enemy of the White man.

Exile
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Exile

Only in their feral state. Tamed, they are the best the world has to offer. Thankfully, Heartiste (heartiste.org) has returned to the front and resumed obedience training school.

Ajclement
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Ajclement

Link please?

Apex Predator
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Apex Predator

You don’t want it. The site is not real and the guy himself has said he has nothing to do with it. It could be a honeypot from TPTB for all I know but go there at your own peril.

George
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George

Yes. It seems that all it takes is for Ivanka to cry an daddy will get her a pony.

JescoWhite
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JescoWhite

Men with only daughters should realize they are not passing on their most important chromosome that defines our European race and cease helping our enemies by supporting feminism. If you force people to only have one child they will naturally kill the females until they have a boy because the Y chromosome is not being passed on. Another problem is that sweet sixteen is not supposed to be daddy’s little girl birthday bash. It is the right of passage to womanhood and when the women should be married off. It’s the “Sweet spot” in terms of age for female procreation… Read more »

SidVic
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SidVic

I’ve been shocked and truly shook watching the opioid crisis unfold. opioids are insidious. highly, highly addictive, produce an amazing euphoria, and no hangover. I can’t imagine what kind of sociopath one would have to be to push these on a population. The medical establishment has much blood on its hands for this. The “doctors” running these pill mills should have been drug into the streets and summarily executed. The pharma companies 10x. I wouldn’t inflict opioids on my most hated enemy. At one point a pain clinic was recruiting my physician wife. Good money, good hours. To her credit… Read more »

Crud Bonemeal
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Crud Bonemeal

Dr. Richard Sackler, Raymond’s son and a Purdue Pharma board member, told a 1996 OxyContin launch party to “imagine a series of natural disasters: an earthquake, a volcanic eruption, a hurricane, and a blizzard,” according to the New York State Attorney’s lawsuit against Purdue Pharma.

“He said: ‘the launch of OxyContin Tablets will be followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that will bury the competition. The prescription blizzard will be so deep, dense, and white…’”

Veth
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Veth

Opiods are necessary until such time as we have non physically addictive pain meds. Two very tough men in my family with severe back pain, long term. 24 hour a day pain that keeps you from sleeping properly, that never goes away. Both of them used opioids to stay sane, and even then life wasn’t all that great. Thanks to back surgery and nerve burns, they’ve gained quality of life again. Never underestimate the power of 24 hour grinding, non-stop pain to wear a man down. While I wish there were alternatives, those drugs were life savers at the time.

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

Amerkia always needs a monster or boogie man. It’s part of your national cultural psychology. And what’s really interesting is Amerkia always goes looking for a Grendel, Grendel doesn’t come looking for Amerika. And, as your president Bush once said, “You’re either with us, or against us”. So anyone who doesn’t sign up to fight your Grendel du jour, is somehow unamerikan or unpatriotic. But oddly, when you do you find it, you encourage it, you embrace it and if anyone actually tries to destroy it, you convince everyone the hero was misguided fool. By the way, Grendyl is also… Read more »

Exile
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Exile

In our wiser pre-Second Founding era, J.Q. Adams warned us about “going abroad seeking monsters to slay.” Unfortunately, at practically the same time, he was telling New Englanders to literally genocide the South b/c Texas statehood = SlaveryHitler. We’re of two minds on this, one our own, one more (((foreign-influenced))). As a presumably-Based German, you might be familiar with this dichotomy. If you can avoid confusing our entire national psychology with that of the minority of neolibs and cucks who’ve self-appointed to permanantly megaphone for us, I’ll refuse to believe that the majority of Germans are deracinated cuck drones led… Read more »

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

The real lesson is: don’t be our Grendel, because we will fuck you up 🙂 How many German have a Russian grandfather? [hehe]

Karl Horst (Germany)
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Karl Horst (Germany)

In case you didn’t notice, you have a German president running Amerika now. Funny how that worked out. 🙂

Prussian
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Prussian

The West was far healthier when they were warring with each other. The struggle carries with it virtues, as people are impelled to strive upward from materialism/hedonism to Duty and sacrifice, and brings people in closer connection to the state of nature and the true reality of man and the world. The problem is that America and the West generally have been warring for greater liberalism, as a moral imperative that all must kneel before, and as a means for the liberal Money elite to expand their plantation, and with it their power and wealth. The spread of America is… Read more »

Calsdad
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Calsdad

Not for nothing – but in THIS country (doesn’t really apply to others) – you have an actual amendment to that Constitution document thingie that is supposedly the foundational legal document that undergirds the nation. That amendment is supposed to be there to protect the means to correct all the problems you’re writing about in this column. When you appeal for your betters to fix the problems that your betters have created and are benefiting (immensely) from – I’m forced to think: ” doing it wrong”. Somewhere in my travels on the internet – I read a commentary by a… Read more »

Prussian
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Prussian

The same Enlightenment that killed God also killed the ties of ‘blood’ (in a non purely biological sense), and enthroned in its place liberal “individual rights” and “individual freedom”. It’s individual versus society, freedom versus obligation, rights versus duties. What focus on social duty exists now is universalistic, since humanity is just so many individuals “created equal”. It seems to me that while the “Right” is still mired in individualism, the Left is directed toward universalism. As Spengler wrote long ago: “…the Jacobins had destroyed the old obligations of the blood and so had emancipated money; now it stepped forward… Read more »

Al from da Nort
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Al from da Nort

Preus; Excellent points. I’d say that the monster Z Man is looking for is actually Utopianism and those who use it for their own benefit. IOW, it has spiritual dimensions. It is a most ancient heresy that smart people can achieve heaven on earth through using their special knowledge. Tikkin Olam (?) is the Jewish version, Gnosticism is the early Christian version. The spiritual antidote is Biblical Christianity. Whatever flavor doesn’t matter so long as they accept and proclaim the reality of human depravity. This doctrine has the absolute *most* historical evidence in its favor of any doctrine of any… Read more »

Prussian
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Prussian

I agree, but I think the origin and power behind that left-liberal utopianism is the will to power of Money, it is a mask for pursuing their interests, which even fools themselves to a large extent. The propaganda they send downward to society captures many whites and makes them True Believers in the crusade as well, although their interests are ultimately massively harmed. The problem with Christianity today is that it has been heavily infected with liberalism and steered toward a near total universalism, leaving the “ties of blood” behind. It has thereby become co-opted by liberalism, and by liberalism’s… Read more »

Moran ya Simba
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Moran ya Simba

One problem, as some have also mentioned, is that there is no consensus on who are ‘the people.’ To SJWs everyone, maybe except whites or white males or white straight males, are ‘the people’. To us whites are and have to be the backbone or core of ‘the people.’ That is one very fundamental divide that I don’t see how could be overcome other than with one side vanquishing the other. And I do not have some weird fetish for civil war. If it comes it will be hell, it will really be hell.

Tekton
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Tekton

Writes Z: “Probably the oldest existing version of this is the Old English epic poem Beowulf.” Um, no, that would be the account of David and Goliath in the book of Samuel. Your opening paragraph is in fact the EXACT storyline, word for word. However, your analysis of our ‘usurious financialized economy’ being the hub of the wheels (which are about to come off) is spot on. The “king does not defend his people” because he’s himself a part of the hustle. I’d think by now the mask has slipped enough that no one but a functional retard can’t see… Read more »

Guest
Guest
Guest

“Way back when Wall Street convinced Congress they should auction off the manufacturing base, analysts on the Right and Left identified the prime mover behind this phenomenon”

Can someone expound on this or point me towards reading material?

Lance_E
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This is all well and good, but one thing you keep overlooking is that we have no king. This kind of mobile banditry is precisely the reason more civilized societies *did* have kings.

Known Fact
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Known Fact

It may not be Beowulf and no one took it seriously, but one thing I learned from watching The Wild Wild West as a kid was that the monstrous threat roaming the countryside — be it a ghost, a dragon, sea serpent, deadly curse or whatever — was usually not real but an illusion created by the elites to intimidate and swindle the innocent. And 50-plus years later here we are

Maus
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Maus

Indeed, there are no monsters, only creatures that are more or less difficult to kill. But with sufficient courage and skill, man can kill ANY such creature. Some circumstances require collective action. As has been commented repeatedly, Our Thing must form mannerbunde.

Wan Wei Lin
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Wan Wei Lin

The ‘people’ are their own monsters. No one makes borrowers buy $500k houses or $70k cars they can’t afford. The middle class in many ways has hollowed out itself by eating its seed corn.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

You believe that the main enemy that white Americans face is irresponsible financial choices?

Wan Wei Lin
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Wan Wei Lin

To a point. Financially irresponsible citizens elect financially irresponsible representatives who then legislate CRA and other such crap.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

So, the fact that our elites are committed to massive immigration, outsourcing, affirmative action, and anti-white ideology is less important?

Wan Wei Lin
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Wan Wei Lin

I agree with you on the elites commitment to destroying the nation through immigration and anti-whiteness which has mostly been accomplished via legislation. We elect these bastards. So who then is responsible if not self-destructive citizens? Not all of us vote for scumbags, but a lot of parasites are more than happy to vote for a sugar daddy. Those parasites can be elites or welfare class dirtbags.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

I agree that many white people have been gullible and lazy, but who could they have voted for that could have prevented our current situation? Pat Buchanan, Ross Perot…?

The potential candidates are pre-selected by our enemies by the campaign finance process to ensure that they win.

While I agree that many whites have made poor choices, I don’t blame them for living in a world largely controlled by our enemies.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

There’s that nasty personal responsibility thing rearing it’s ugly head again. Be careful – the lefties will get mad if you say people do stupid shit to themselves and therefore deserve to suffer the consequences of their actions.

Jack Dobson
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Jack Dobson

Slightly more than three years ago, most were blithely unaware there even was a monster so I have to disagree with your overall premise, Z. You acknowledge the thematic flaw with “when history is written,” which undermines much of what previously was written. The propaganda outlets have been castrated, the Deep State remains entrenched but exposed and reviled, the controlled opposition has been reduced to rubble, and despite their convergence the corporations are on thin ice and subject to harsh regulation if not outright nationalization in the near future. Everything has changed and it ain’t coming back. Trump wasn’t a… Read more »

vxxc💂🏻‍♂️😉
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Great Grendel Line. Extended family etc.

Yes every generation of men must struggle to survive or be enslaved or exterminated. We were enslaved, awoke and so face extermination.

I wouldn’t write off Orange Disappointment Man. As it turns out he didn’t have an army just voters and that’s not enough. Mind you 3 things 1) we were spared Grendels mom as President,
2). He has unmasked the conspiracy
3) He moved the ball and Overton window.