The Fumigation Begins

Nick plans to fumigate his comments. Some observations: 1. The ZOG question. The problem with this is it’s a conversation killer. It doesn’t mean it’s necessarily wrong, but it attracts a conspiratorial element, which is something that could be counterproductive. 2. There is the concern that NRx is losing focus and or quality has declined.… Continue reading The Fumigation Begins

The Four Anomalies

A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 3f: The Crisis of the Cathedral and the Structure of the Imperial Information Revolution. 1: The First Anomaly is the contradiction between political form (democracy) and political reality (oligarchy or technocracy); a democracy cannot be a technocracy. Thus, the government is de facto illegitimate. 2: The Second Anomaly is the contradiction… Continue reading The Four Anomalies

How Did Jordan Peterson Become So Successful?

Jordan B. Person’s popularity has exploded since late 2016. He has transformed from being just a clinical physiologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, to a ‘culture warrior’ whose videos about philosophy, psychology, and politics have been watched millions of times over by thousands, if not millions, of fans from all over… Continue reading How Did Jordan Peterson Become So Successful?

Status, Universities, and the Elites

This article is going viral: The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans: Since 2013, the federal reserve board has conducted a survey to “monitor the financial and economic status of American consumers.” Most of the data in the latest survey, frankly, are less than earth-shattering: 49 percent of part-time workers would prefer to work more hours… Continue reading Status, Universities, and the Elites

Updating old posts

Things have been kinda slow in the alt-right-o-sphere. The alt-light is here to stay because so as long as they make money, they have no reason to go away. I don’t begrudge their success though. It’s a different business model than the alt-right. The alt-right needs a catalyst to keep going. IN 2014, it was… Continue reading Updating old posts

Neoliberalism and Capitalism

A 2013 article on accelerationism: The Accelerate Manifesto: The Core Assumptions of Accelerationism 3. Capitalism has begun to constrain the productive forces of technology, or at least, direct them towards needlessly narrow ends. Patent wars and idea monopolisation are contemporary phenomena that point to both capital’s need to move beyond competition, and capital’s increasingly retrograde… Continue reading Neoliberalism and Capitalism