Remember the concept of a ‘limit’ in Precalculus? I think there is a limit of human evolution–that altruistic personality traits will preside in deep evolutionary time. I see the (de facto) efforts of Antiracism to reward antisocial traits (identifying them by color), which would be maladaptive if it weren’t for the scaffolding provided by Antiracism,… Read More My Supposition of an Evolutionary Horizon of Colorblind Altruism
As many of us may have learned from our experiences getting embroiled in scientistic arguments with adherents of the mainstream Antiracist morality (all sociocultural structures predicated on the theory of racial blank slatism), belief does not follow from justification. Deploying logical or scientistic arguments in trying to persuade them that the theory of racial blank… Read More How to Argue for HBD
So, Tom Henry interviewed me. We mostly just sort of waxed poetic on how awestruck we are to bear witness to the turning of history’s engine–of the fact that the moral highground has been abandoned by our oppressors; how it now stands empty, waiting for us to occupy it. If I recall correctly, we also… Read More My Appearance on The Tom Henry Show
In this video, I critique Millennial Woes’ rejection of Reality Calls’ reluctance to advocate violence. Here is his video: One little thing I’d like to add is that, though I want to end Antiracsm and “save the white race”, I regard race as a mere proxy for traits. Moreover, I see the struggle against Antiracism… Read More My Response to Millennial Woes’ Faith in Violence
Aleksandr Dugin just posted a startlingly slowly-worded, type-cast “critique” of transhumanism. Now, I am not one to get caught up in the halo of vogue that surrounds the hip concept of “transhumanism” because, after all, it is by no means a new concept or trend. Some of you may know that I have little patience… Read More Aleksandr Dugin’s Low Fluid Intelligence
Brandon Adamson hit me back with a review of my poetry book LO! a racist exhile on ForceFields.NET: LO! a racist exhile is a poetry travelogue but not of the tourist brochure variety. Though the author was indeed traveling around the world while writing, the book is more of a meditation of his thoughts on… Read More Praise for LO!
Here is my review of the poetry book “Beatnik Fascism” by Brandon Adamson. It leads into a discussion of ideological differences. I discuss how the one thing we should all agree on (I believe Richard Spencer discusses it here) is the question of racial equality. There is, I believe, already a healthy consensus on this.… Read More Review of Beatnik Fascist by Brandon Adamson