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R-Type Final And The War Against Degeneracy

“Scientists have often been baffled by the existence of spontaneous order in the universe. The laws of thermodynamics seem to dictate the opposite, that nature should inexorably degenerate toward a state of greater disorder, greater entropy. Yet all around us we see magnificent structures—galaxies, cells, ecosystems, human beings—that have all somehow managed to assemble themselves.” I was recently clearing out some old junk when I happened to come across an old Playstation 2 and a couple of games. In a more innocent time I, like many other men, frittered away countless hours playing video games, but one of the games …

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Disgust vs. Phobia

The left has a deliberately difficult time understanding the difference between disgust and phobia. For instance if you don’t like gays you’re homophobic. Don’t like Islam? Islamophobic. Are immigrants raping, robbing, pillaging, and exploding in your nation? Xenophobic. Don’t like men in dresses peeing next to your daughter in a restroom while whistling the theme to Silence of the Lambs? Transphobic. We know the drill.

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Expectations and Reality, r/K Fertility

If you ask women what their ideal family size is, you will get an average of about 2.1-2.5 children (trending towards the low side in the Western world). As previously discussed here, the decline in fertility among Whites in America is primarily among liberals, with White conservatives still breeding quite well. A variety of potential explanations have been put forward for why this is so. For one, a general decline in birth rates seems to be related to the difficulty in attaining the means to comfortably raise a family. In addition, some of the key qualities that differ between the …

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The Rabbit, the Libertarian, and the Wolf: The Truth about r/K Selection Theory

Sometimes a theory or model makes its way from one discipline to another. In some cases the “transplant” is successful, like the application of abstract algebra to DNA. Sometimes it is not successful, like the application of social evolution to biological evolution that gave us Lamarckism. Lately there has been an attempt to apply the evolutionary biological notion called “r/K Selection Theory” to political psychology, in an attempt to understand how and why people differ in political ideology. The conclusion of this monograph is that r/K selection can be used in that manner, but it is very susceptible to bias …

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The Fight for the Alt-Right: The Rising Tide of Ideological Autism Against Big Tent-Supremacy

The growth of what is termed the alt-right in recent months has lead to a growth of criticism and some debate over its meaning and scope. (We’re also on Wikipedia now). The “Alternative Right” is a 2010s political label with history I am sure most people reading this are familiar with, and if not it is beside the point. What I aim to discuss here is not so much alt-right history or criticisms of, but rather a survey of what basic tenets compose it now.

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The Army Sees The Apocalypse Written On The Wall

If you just extrapolate from now to then, in the context of an economic collapse, the outcome seems obvious: According to a startling Pentagon video obtained by The Intercept, the future of global cities will be an amalgam of the settings of “Escape from New York” and “Robocop” — with dashes of the “Warriors” and “Divergent” thrown in. It will be a world of Robert Kaplan-esque urban hellscapes — brutal and anarchic supercities filled with gangs of youth-gone-wild, a restive underclass, criminal syndicates, and bands of malicious hackers…

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Liberalism, HBD, r/K-Fertility

Table of Contents: 1. Where liberals’ hope exceeds reality 2. Liberals vs Conservatives on HBD 3. The problems we face: fertility and immigration 4. Family Values: Social issues and HBD 5. The evidence: a look at the GSS about fertility, IQ and political orientation 6. The Pioneer Hypothesis 7. Possible solutions

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Liberalism and Low Self Esteem

In this post I am going to argue that one important reason why many people adopt a liberal political ideology is that it boosts their self esteem by allowing liberals to view themselves as noble warriors in a great battle against evil. There is a good deal of empirical data which is consistent with this theory. But I will also be making use of some evidence which is purely anecdotal. I fully recognize the limitations of such data. But I am still going to talk about it because it adds something meaningful to this theory.

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Why A Decadent, Corrupt Elite Attracts So Many Gay Men

Whorefinder zeroes in on the reason why late-stage ruling elites mired in corruption and decadence are coincidentally so freaking gay. Gays are defective men, and their effeminacy leads them to value and excel in very female traits. What’s more, gays excel past women in these traits because their retained testosterone naturally makes them more competitive than women. Gays like careers where licentiousness, flashiness, graft, catfighitng and backroom politics rule the day, and not ones where team work, tangible-goal meeting, merit-based advancement and self-sacrifice are valued. Politics in decadent cultures is all about social manipulation and not about accomplishment. In non-decadent …

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r/K Selection – The Forbidden Theory

** Intro of the r vs. K concept r/K selection theory is an incredibly powerful paradigm, capable of flaying a liberal’s mind faster than any other concept on the planet. r stands for reproductive focus – the rabbit strategy of pumping out lots of cheap offspring and fucking whatever moves. It’s a response to overwhelming predation. K stands for competitive focus – the wolf strategy of mating for life and raising pups together, teaching them to hunt and integrate socially with the pack. It’s a response to selective pressure for individual excellence.

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The petty evil of William F. Buckley

Anonymous Conservative exposes the thought policeman of the conservative establishment to have been a malignant narcissist: Was William F Buckley a Malignant Narcissist? Well, you can never be sure at a distance, but I long suspected it. His face had a slightly shocked, frozen aspect, with glassy eyes, and an uncertainty at what he was seeing, even as he adopted a “devil may care” attitude. The picture below is a perfect example of what I look for in the narcissistic face. That is at President Reagan’s inauguration. Notice how the face is kind of a mixture of shock, horror, and …

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Immigration: The Only Thing On Which Jefferson and Hamilton Agreed

The feud between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton which began on George Washington’s Cabinet and continued until Hamilton’s death by duel is one of the most famous in American history. The feud was the first major conflict under the recently created government – indeed, the feud was over the new powers of that very government – and biographers have rushed to take sides, oftentimes projecting their personal politics onto their subject. The falling-out between Jefferson and Hamilton out resulted in the resignation of both men and the exasperation of Washington, but more importantly, represented wide and deep divisions among Americans – divisions which remain to this very day.

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