Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Twitter has begun a kind of purge against alt-right accounts on the popular social media hub. Some normies seem to think it is counter productive to silence dissenting views because we should challenge ‘racist’ and ‘intolerant’ attitudes.

That’s a nice thought but it’s based on the idea that what these people are saying is obviously repugnant to average White people. The truth is that most of it is not. And these alt-right people are pointing out some of the anti-White, hateful and generally crazy stuff that leftists say. It is incredibly easy to find quotes from man-hating feminists (which is to say all feminists), ‘anti-racist’ activists and professors that reek of the worst kind of contempt and malice for White people and specifically White men.

People talk as if this is a bad move by Twitter and they may lose investors money or be abandoned by users.

Hollywood could have made millions and millions of dollars from Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, but they walked way from it. They knew they were walking away from massive profits and they didn’t care. I guarantee you, they didn’t even argue about it.

That’s how these people think. They don’t care about Twitter. They will run it into the ground if they have to. Nothing is worth allowing the revolution that they fear to be unleashed. And by the way, if that revolution does come, they know what it means for their potential future profits. It may not seem like it, but they are making the only sound business decision they can.


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The 20th Century Media

I’ve heard a number of names for what has historically been called the ‘main stream’ media (MSM).

Lugenpress (which was a term used in Germany in the 20’s meaning ‘lying press’).

‘Lame stream’ media.

‘Legacy’ media.

This guy likes ‘Yellow stream’ media. A little too scatological for me.

Unless someone comes up with something that I think is better, or if no other term catches on, I’m going to call it the ’20th century’ media. People haven’t yet started thinking of the 20th century as something old and no longer cool. It’s been 16 years, so it’s still new, but I think many things will happen very soon that will make the 20th century standard seem out-of-date. 3D printing and automation to name a couple.

My point with ’20th century’ media is not that CNN and company are smaller or less influential. They are completely obsolete.

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Feminism is often spoken of in terms of ‘waves’ (I think the current manjaw variety is technically 3rd).

I think we may be seeing a ‘1st wave’ of White/American/European nationalism right now. This may be partly due to people being generally fed up with globalism, and certainly I think it is a reaction to mass 3rd world immigration. In particular, the massive numbers of migrants that Merkel brought in. But the main force which is driving this political change is that the internet is coming of age and is supplanting the old 20th century media as a place where people go to get political information or social commentary.

The brand of nationalism we are seeing from Trumps election is more of a civic nationalism. But, in my opinion, like all forms of civic nationalism, it is a little disingenuous. What it’s really about is a resurgence of White ethnic interests.

Despite what the paranoid SJW’s said, Trump ran a very inclusive campaign. He reached out to Latino and Black voters and appealed to the self interest of all Americans. I think that this election as well as the muted references to immigration as an issue in Brexit are part of a soft 1st wave of White nationalism.

I do believe that the economic fundamentals of Western society are throughly fucked, and that prosperity and social cohesion will deteriorate over the coming years. As this process continues, and the coming demographic apocalypse (not just non-white immigration but also our own low birthrates) stares us in the face, we should see more angry and less inclusive ‘waves’ of nationalism in the future.

The speed and force of these movements should only increase as the internet rises as the real driver of political and cultural rebellion.

Bacteriologists have worried about antibiotic-resistant strains of e. coli or avian flu. The new strain is here.

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