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Alt-RINOs, Those Who Incur the Wrath of Kek


International criminal and third world advocate Hillary Clinton gave a speech recently denouncing the Alt-Right, in which we were painted as a part of a vast right-wing conspiracy of klansmen, water filter salesmen, and Russian agents working together to elect Donald Trump. Unfortunately, I am yet to receive a suitcase full of money from Vladimir Putin. Instead I am seeing people all over the Internet claiming to be Alt-Right who I’ve never heard of before, but more importantly, a number of them aren’t Alt-Right. Read More »


Colin and Andy discuss Hillary Clinton’s recent speech attacking the Alt-Right and attempting to link us to Donald Trump. Have we really taken over the Republican Party, and are we part of a “vast right-wing conspiracy.” involving the likes of David Duke, Nigel Farage, Alex Jones, and a large green frog — all controlled by Vladimir Putin?
What does this say about the state of Hillary’s campaign and her mental health? Is she really looking to start WWIII or is she merely trying to reach out to a few cuckservatives and neocons by using Cold War and McCarthyite rhetoric?

Memetic Monday: Alt-Right Pepe Storm

As we all know the Alt-Right is the main story and it is important to strike while the iron is hot. This is the time to lead the masses to our ideas, for they are far superior to anything that the Lunatic-Left could ever propose. This is clear and (((they))) know it, it is why the (((Guild))) is terrified now that we have disrupted Spice production on Arrakis. Read More »

The Death of Libertarianism & the Rise of the Alt Right

“We are, in a way, breaking a glass ceiling this year,” says Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee William Weld. It’s s-l300-260x251appropriate Weld uses a feminist metaphor. Like feminists and other Cultural Marxists, the Libertarians are masquerading as opposition to the System while functioning as an indispensable support. And though the Libertarian Party appears to make the greatest electoral gains in its history this year, it has never been less relevant in terms of being a meaningful force for change.

As this is written, LP Presidential candidate Gary Johnson is polling near double digits, suggesting he may be included in the presidential debates. He also will likely secure federal funding for the party by polling above five percent. But just as the question “is the Pope Catholic?” is no longer rhetorical in the Current Year, it’s a real question whether the Libertarian Party candidate is actually a libertarian. Read More »

Just You And The Universe


One of these Friday nights, you will find yourself in the Texas hill country, looking up at a vast black sky speckled with stars. At that moment, you will understand the essence of the human condition: total, complete and all-encompassing isolation.

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Smart and SeXy by Roderick Kaine

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by Roderick Kaine
244 pages, Arktos, 2016

Some books open vistas of thought. Smart and SeXy may challenge all of your conceptions of gender, but it will not do so in the trivial way that mainstream media does, but instead will encourage you to look inside the theory to see what resonates.

Half science paper and half policy paper, this book lines up theories of genetic sex differences and draws connections between them in a way that opens possibilities for further exploration. Fortunately, the author chose to avoid two extremes of style — dry science and popular science-ish writing — that could impede the communication, and so it is written in an erudite but practical style which flows easily across the page.

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Cool = Cuck


How did modern society become so cucked?

The root of cuck is that you see something that you should care about, and notice that it is being savaged, and do nothing about it. You humiliate and abase yourself to avoid noticing what is wrong because noticing things that are wrong will interrupt your personal individualism, or desire to put yourself before all else.

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Collective White Suicide

It’s 8:47 on a Saturday morning. I’ve taken my pull at the front of a paceline with my heart rate zooming up to 187 BPM, now I’m waiting near the front of the peloton again for another turn in the wind. The group is full of incompetent novices, with the entire line of riders moving like an accordion, when suddenly the rider in front of me slams on brakes. I veer around him on the right, my front tire making that horrible tell-tale squeal one hears right before a crash, and I go down hard on my right side at 23 MPH. “I’m alright,” I say in the tone of someone ready to murder another cyclist, and I start fixing my road bike. Bruised and filthy, I get back in the saddle and both my legs seize up in debilitating cramps. The next few miles are a litany of pain, but I finally pedal out of it and get back into the aerobars to chase down the groups I had just passed a few miles before.

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GOLD & DEBT: The 1929 Great Depression vs The Next Great Collapse

The situation Americans face in the future will be nothing like anything they have experienced in the past.  While we have seen old footage and heard stories about the Great Depression (starting in 1929), we have no idea how bad things really were during the 1930’s.

At that time, approximately 25% of the American population were farmers.  Thus, when things really got bad, folks in the cities could move out and stay with their families or relatives on the country farm.  This is not an option for most Americans today as only 2% of the population are farmers and ranchers (source). Read More »