The ‘infinite human potential’ and ‘slavery/colonization was what kept you down’ myths were the West’s strategic response to Communism — it was how they took the ball from the USSR’s otherwise strong appeal. And so — the general populations of races had to be made the same. To call antiracism, which evolved into anti-whiteism, the… Read More My Diagnosis and Recommendations
“If the evolution of [an] ideological pattern does not keep pace with the growth of knowledge, with social change and the march of events, the [ideology] will increasingly cease to satisfy the multitudes seeking assurance about their destiny, and will become progressively less effective as a social organ.” – Julian Huxley We did not choose… Read More What are These “Legitimate Grievances”?
I have long puzzled over why arguments against race realism and racial hereditarianism are so often little more than strongly worded injunctions against daring to ask such questions. “Why is this a verboten topic?” I have always wondered. The obvious answer is that it is a reaction against the horrors of WWII. As somebody who… Read More Kant, the Enlightenment, and the Post-War Dilemma of Difference
Ashley Messinger just wrote a great article over at Brandon Adamson’s AltLeft.com: This article is about 1) how a taboo against incestuous reproduction could be used to make the political mainstream comfortable with (explicit) eugenics, and 2) other ethical considerations surrounding human genetic enhancement – in that order. One must differentiate what I call implicit and… Read More “The Accidental Eugenicist”
As most of you are already aware, I almost never discuss the “Jewish question” (“JQ”). The reason for this is that it generally bores me. This does not mean, however, that it is itself a boring question — it is anything but boring. It bores me in particular because I settled it for myself so… Read More The Jewish Question (and My Jewishness) Finally Addressed
I also want to write similar missive, but digging deeper into the question: “Why do you believe that all races are the same, or at least interchangeable?” Lastly, take a look at this event at Rutgers in three weeks:
A few years ago I was at a Rainbow Gathering in Lithuania. I met a nice Australian guy. He was very princely and Anglo-Saxon, and was very much a fan of nature, botany and ecology. I remember he had a habit of tasting every piece of vegetation he found to check if it was edible.… Read More Why Multiculturalism is Colonialism