Tuesday, November 25, 2008


Indispensible material:


Obviously biased, but worth watching:

Monday, November 24, 2008



Take stock of how many people around you would be dancing at the end of a rope when Helter Skelter hits. The chances are high that family members, friends and co-workers would fit the bill, as it is difficult to completely insulate one's self from the deracinated rabble. They are almost ubiquitous.

It is an important step for one to detach himself from any feelings whatsoever now, not later when a moment of hesitation could be deadly and counterproductive.

In an anarchic situation where there is no "law," one would only be prone to the law of the jungle--kill or get killed. There would be none of this half-way, feel-good bullshit. It'd be all or nothing. Shit or get off the pot.

When Helter Skelter hits, you'll find that the only person you can really trust is yourself and there can be no quarter for traitors. Feelings will have to be put aside and hard choices made.

This won't be the century of handholding, group-hug nonsense and forgiveness, I'm afraid. It'll be the century of the Brutal Gardner--and he might have to slash and burn and salt the earth.


One of the labels attached to Obama is "socialist," yet I am certain that most people have no idea what Socialism is. Socialism was a uniquely German way of life that perished from the earth in the mid 20th-century. Conflating Obama with Socialism is about as stupid and misinformed as conflating Bush with Fascism.

Perhaps reading Spengler will clear this matter up, but I doubt the silly appeal of saying "socialist" over and over will keep keyboard warriors from misusing the term:


Friday, November 21, 2008


One of my main criticisms of Libertarian thought is that the State is portrayed as unnecessary and a roadblock to freedom rather than an enabler and source of freedom.

It is this simple.

You cannot have "rights" without a State to enforce them for you. "Rights" are just as arbitrary a construct as "ethics." They only work when a stronger force than yourself props them up.

For instance, right now, what do you think is keeping you safe in your home, neighborhood, and, on a larger scale, the nation in which you reside? Is the goodwill of mankind? Or is it the protection money you pay the State in the form of taxes? I'd argue it's the latter.

You may be able to protect yourself against criminals with guns and various other means, but imagine a scenario where the buffer (the State) was completely removed and anarchy was allowed to bloom. The few instances where you were self-reliant and able to protect yourself would be meaningless in the face of the masses trying to loot you, kill you, rape you and do whatever harm they may. The State serves a floodgate to keep you from being completely drowned in anarchy. It's not perfect, but it is the least worse scenario available.

Now imagine not having a buffer to OTHER STATES that could be WORSE and impose HIGHER TAXES and STRICTER RULES upon you. All of the sudden you are wishing for SOMETHING, dare I say a STATE, to stop this incursion upon your "rights."

You see, you had jack shit to begin with. You were born with the right (in the true sense) to kill or be killed or pay money to someone else to kill for you. That's the whole structure of civilization, genius. A group of clever people got together and said, "Hey, we're really tired of sleeping with one eye open worried about being killed in our sleep. I mean, we barely had time to invent the wheel with all of the rampant clubbing and our women being drug off to caves by their hair to be raped. How about we set up a violent money-operated structure and offer a protection racket to those who live in the area? Those who pay will be within the "State," those who don't will be dead. This way we would set ourselves up as the masters and have lots of time to invent stuff."

In sum, you cannot have civilization without Tony Soprano. Get with the fucking program.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


"Gold and Economic Freedom" is an essay by Alan Greenspan in which he makes a convincing argument for a gold standard.


Tuesday, November 11, 2008


A popular canard is to trot out Switzerland in defense of multi-culturalism. However, multiculturalism is not the issue. Multi-racialism is the issue. Switzerland is comprised of mostly white Germans, white Italians, and white Frenchmen. It's demographics break down as such:

  • German 65%

  • French 18%

  • Italian 10%

  • Romansch 1%

  • other 6%

It's religious picture is:

  • Roman Catholic 41.8%

  • Protestant 35.3%

  • Muslim 4.3%

  • Orthodox 1.8%

  • other Christian 0.4%

  • other 1%, unspecified 4.3%

  • none 11.1%

So, we have a largely white German Catholic population in Switzerland. Switzerland has a population of 7.6 million people. Contrast this small homogeneous population with the squabbling tangle of nationalities in America.

America has a population of 303,824,640. Of that 300+ million population in America, the demographics break down as such:

  • white 79.96%
  • black 12.85%
  • Asian 4.43%
  • Amerindian and Alaska native 0.97%
  • native Hawaiian and other Pacific islander 0.18%
  • two or more races 1.61%
  • 15.1% of the total US population is Hispanic

As you can see, the difference between America and Switzerland is that America is multicultural and multiracial, whereas Switzerland is multicultural. Of those different cultures in Switzerland, all are European and have a common bond. The differences are linguistic or religious in Switzerland. The differences in America are linguistic, religious, racial and, in some cases, loyalty to the homeland (as is seen in Jews and Mexicans who openly profess loyalty to foreign nations over loyalty to America).

In the perspective of the numbers, the different languages and religions of a white Swiss citizenry is a better trade than the trouble brewing here in the U.S.

We're not all going to get along in America.

There is no common bond other than mindless consumerism and the leftover empty slogans of the Enlightenment.

There's simply no comparison between the rosy situation the Swiss find themselves in and the shit-hole we have here in America.

So when we talk of multi-culturalism let's not skirt the real issue of multi-racialism.