“When subversion reaches the lowest point, releasing, quite literary, hell on earth, things immediately have nowhere else to go but upwards. Once the lie is absolutely realized, the ground falls out from under it – it can exist only as a parasite on the body of truth.” ~ Branko Malic for René Guénon

h/t Citadel Foundations.

Next on the neolib agenda – unbury the dead!


…Memphis Mayor A.C. Wharton wants to dig up the bodies of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife and remove them from a city park in the latest and perhaps most despicable example of the anti-Southern cleansing spreading across the nation.

“Which African-American wants to have a picnic in the shadow of Nathan Bedford Forrest?” Wharton said in a Thursday press briefing.

In addition to desecrating the graves, Wharton wants to tear down a massive statue honoring the Confederate general who was involved in organizing the Ku Klux Klan. The bodies of Forrest and his wife would be relocated to a cemetery.

“These relics, these messages of this despicable period of this great nation, it’s time for those to be moved,” the mayor said.

Honestly, even Neanderthals had respect for the dead and buried them with funerary rites.

R-types are literally lower than Neanderthals, who shouldn’t be classed as sub-human either.

shock horror wtf omg no denial signs

AC is quite correct when he points out how inhuman these people are, there is nothing behind the eyes; they will stop at nothing and keep sinking low until they’re in Hell. I’m not American and I feel strongly for you guys.

“Clever Sillies” (stupid liberals and IQ)


Bruce G. Charlton, Professor of Theoretical Medicine at the University of Buckingham and Editor in Chief of Medical Hypotheses, may have an explanation.  In his editorial (link is external) in the December 2009 issue of Medical Hypotheses, Charlton suggests that liberals and other intelligent people may be “clever sillies,” who incorrectly apply abstract logical reasoning to social and interpersonal domains….

It’s nice to see his work mentioned mainstream.
I keep thinking he’s one of ours as if he isn’t known.

Social metaphor: Liberals see everything NOT/Them, logically (¬liberal) as a nail and their solution is the hammer. Hammer for more public money, for more tax, for banning things and bleeding hearts. It’s like they’re all tuned into the same radio. It’s a form of maladaptive problem solving pertaining to confirmation bias and circular reasoning.

bored have you heard enough listening tired no please stop go Lestat IWTV

I happen to know sampling bias and self-report bias are also HUGE issues on these matters (the N of self-identifying liberals far exceeds conservatives), rarely corrected for because they need that sweet p-value.

Political correctness is practising autophagy


For years a few of us have warned that modern “liberals” would live to regret abandoning the principle that you should only censor speech when it incited violence. We would enjoy our vindication if the unravelling of progressive assumptions was not so extraordinarily menacing.

Political correctness is eating itself. It is abandoning its children, and declaring them illegitimate. It is shouting down activists who once subscribed to its doctrines and turning its guns on its own. Women are suffering the most, as they always do. “Radical feminist” is now an insult on many campuses. Fall into that pariah category, and your opponents will ban you if they can and scream you down if they cannot.

stop don't come back sarcasm no please go leave wonka

It is tempting to say “serves you right” or “I told you so” to the feminists on the receiving end of the new intolerance.

Abandon them to the jackals they fed.

But you will not understand how Western societies have become so tongue-tied and hypocritical unless you understand the human desires behind the feminists’ original urge to suppress, which now lie behind their enemies’ desire to suppress them…..

glare glaring stare no stop please wtf drinking tea disapproval forever
The moral high ground is the superior position to attack.
They call us evil, we have a free pass on being everything else.
Cultural Marxism is a cancer we must cut out of society.

also of interest;


The Japanese knotweed of ideologies.

Brainwashing has no need for critical thinking

Why do liberals love University and Muslims?

It sounds like a strange question at first, but think about it. There must be an ideological root in neoliberalism or progressivism.

I submit: Obedience.
The word “Islam” is never translated for discussion by English-speakers. Funny, that.
Islam = to submit.

h/t http://www.xenosystems.net/the-liberal-agony/

Naturally, the liberals capable of a modicum of critique are very confused by this expectation of blind, ignorant, bigoted submission when they discuss their own pet cause, atheism.

From https://richarddawkins.net/2014/08/a-hundred-walked-out-of-my-lecture/

I said ‘Excuse me, would you mind telling me why you are leaving?’ There was a long silence until one said, ‘You are offending us. We will not listen,’ and they left. Soon after that another bunch left, and then another.

These people are being given scholarships into the world’s best Universities. They should be banned from attendance, they are mentally incapable of doing the work. However, Education has long since ceased to be a place of reason.

…By the time I arrived at a slide calling religions (Richard’s fault!) ‘Viruses of the mind’, the lecture hall was looking rather empty.

You were lecturing to children. Neoatheism is itself, a cult. And an ugly one.
I saw feminists walk out of biology lectures on men and women. Same difference.
I once walked out of a lecture myself, where this piece of trash who couldn’t speak proper English began insulting men as the inferior sex (she was middle-aged and single), the country that took her in as evil and calling conservatives literally retarded. No one else batted an eyelid. It was on the exam.

This could be seen as a good thing: less truly intelligent people will go to University for brainwashing, the prospects are limited now degrees are plentiful. They will start businesses or go into a trade, something these people could never do. The Arab male equivalents of Paris Hilton will rot their minds, if they attend these politicized classes at all.

I called out to some as they left, ‘Can’t you even listen to ideas you disagree with? In Oxford, of all places, you should be open-minded enough to hear alternative views’. But no. They said I needed an open mind. This really got to me, raising painful memories of my early research on psychics and clairvoyants who said, ‘You just don’t have an open mind,’ when my careful experiments showed no psychic powers.

Who distorted the meaning of the term ‘open mind’ as a thought-terminating cliché? The psychics you blame? Wasn’t the right wing was it? Hoisted on her own petard.

I’ve noted a trend in education. Anything vaguely controversial has trigger warnings. Anything important but with controversial social policy implications is censored, run through edits before the lecture and there is literally a supervisor from a related department sitting in on the lecture doing damage control in case anyone clutches their pearls and threatens to sue. I have seen it with my own eyes. Ask if someone is sitting in.

Outside, some young Muslims were waiting for me. I was angrily told that I’d made them feel ignorant.

It’s gone. Centuries of great knowledge, gone. I hate to say it, but it began by allowing liberal women to go to these Universities, who promptly got everything they wanted. Prior to that, the liberal effete men were shouted down and standards remained. In future, we may divide education by political allegiance – until the conservative ones perform better. To make them “safe spaces”. You can tell these troublemakers were chronic whiners. They wouldn’t last five minutes off Daddy’s money, bring on the collapse and peak oil! She retreats in the foetal position of liberal white guilt.

I staggered up the High Street confused and upset – both at what had happened and at what I had said, and not said. What should I have done? They are ignorant aren’t they? Isn’t that why they’ve come to this city of learning, even if not Oxford University itself – to learn? Was I a coward to apologise? Were my attempts to be reasonable the best way of engaging them or just plain cowardice?

There is one solution: Let them leave – and never let them back. Disengage entirely.
She should’ve ignored them outside the lecture hall. Blanked completely. If they didn’t want to speak to her in the lecture about the topic, they gave up their chance.
Take a Game lesson. Someone deliberately causes drama? Show them the door, invite them to leave, call the bluff. Make it known there are no take-backsies. Lock it behind them.

She closes by unknowingly reflecting on the ruinous effect a liberal education has had on the young.

Walking miserably up the High Street I felt profoundly depressed at the state of the world. I could cheer myself with the thought that I’d learned something. I learned that Islam has yet another nasty meme-trick to offer – when you are offended put your hands over your ears and run away. This would be funny if it weren’t so serious. These bright, but ignorant, young people must be among the more enlightened of their contemporaries since their parents have been able and willing to send them on this course to learn something new. If even they cannot face dissent, or think for themselves, what hope is there for the rest? And what can I do?

Correction: the meme is kill what displeases you. Islam is spread at swordpoint. Those people are not bright, they are exactly what Universities across the West encourage students to be, mindless followers of rhetoric. Parrots of their teachers. Money =/= smarts. It’s the Middle Class myth.

Death to Urban Elves

As a LOTR fan, I disagree with the direction of this metaphor because the elves were superior to everyone else (in beauty, art, wisdom, power…)

Interesting thought experiment though, the soft-handed urban liberals will scurry from danger as the elves left Rivendell when Sauron closes in on everyone else (their former friends).


Spectator, 1828: The ‘Genuine Briton’ and the ‘Liberal’


I credit my love of the classics for being able to read this as easily as a modern broadsheet, but if you take it slow I promise it’s very funny.

” The disposition of a genuine Briton is to make

up his mind upon what he ought to do, and having once determined that, to adhere to his resolution with a fixedness of purpose, which more fre- quently proceeds to the length of obstinacy, than deviates into vacillation and uncertainty. Now this is a character quite opposite to that of the Liberals, and much to be preferred before it ; for while the Briton of the old school may possibly carry his principle to an extent which is not right, he of the new or Liberal school will most probably tumble through sheer weakness into what is wrong. In the Liberal there is a total absence of the sound healthy firmness, which is absolutely essential to eminent useful- ness – he yields this; he concedes that ; he compromises the other thing ; he

wi ‘nds, and twists, and hesitates ; and when he wants to accomplish a thing,

chooses rather to do it by a trick or stratagem, than by candour and plain dealing. You are never sure of him ; you are doubtful as to his object, and

quite uncertain as to the means he will adopt. Even his principles he yields

to circumstances, and lie is particularly deferential to a vague impalpable soMething, which he is pleased to call the spirit of the age,’ but which, on investigation, appears to be nothing more than the affected tone of the weak trash which the press pours forth in such quantity. Your Liberal has

no strong hold “f anything; he has cast away the anchors of the old law, and national feeling, and exclusive privileges of Britons, as mere prejudices, and useless shackles to his enlarged comprehension. He floats about upon the wide sea of the world’s opinion, and is blown hither and thither by every gust which may come from the various quarters of the globe. He neglects the interests of the people round about him, while he considers what may most promote the prosperity of the new kingdoms of the new world, and sacrifices the most important interests of his own country in a paroxysm of general philanthropy and universal benevolence. But in every thing he does, he is most anxious that he himself should appear ; he is not only of opinion that he knows better than all who have gone before him, but that the world should see that he is the person who has made the grand discovery that every one else was wrong ; and this he generally accomplishes, not in the ego hoe fe,,i fashion of Mr Cenning, but by getting some other disciple of the same schoe’ to beslobbei him with nauseous flattery, for which he on the next suitable occasion beslobbers his friend in return ; and thus, sickening effeminate praise: get forth into the newspapers, and these people get a name amongst the millmn. eta’, this time, however, no- thing solid is done ; your Lii.atral is the worst -tan of business in the world ; it is true. he seems busy, but it is in making speeches, and devising plans and complicated refinements upon what works well enedgh already. while the more arduous and important concerns of the State ate frequently neg- lected, because they afford no opportunity to display, or for shewing off the advantages of the new and improved system. To make amends. however, for the little he does, li^ is always ready to talk, or if you choose, to write you an essay, which is -nglish in nothing but its language, and not always even in that. His vanity is concerned in this, his name is in the mouths of men, as a speaker or an author, and his childish desire for popular at- .tention towards himself is gratified. * * * * The Liberals have sunk, we hope never to rise again…..’

Let’s ruin STEM by making them studying BS says liberal arts dean

You could wade through the bullshit. Wade, I tells ya!


“The idea that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students need to acquire additional skills—communication, project management, budgeting, and so on—in order to succeed in STEM careers today is widely accepted. But, according to Carol Colatrella, associate dean for graduate studies at the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, STEM students’ higher education should also include a field she believes will contribute substantially to effective careers: gender studies.

In the first place, “[i]nfusing the concerns of gender studies in STEM fields can boost placement rates for women in high-salary science and technology jobs and lead to improved work-life balance across fields,” she writes in an article in Academe, “Why STEM Students Need Gender Studies.”

But beyond that, gender studies courses sensitize both male and female students to subtleties of behavior and social organization that make a big difference in personal and professional interactions and career outcomes. “Although relatively few students at Georgia Tech minor or major in gender studies, [leaving me out on targets $$$] hundreds of students enroll in gender studies courses because they [have to, because they have to] value learning about how organizational environments incorporate or exclude individuals on the basis of gender, how stereotypes function in elite and popular cultural forms [useful, measurable], and how and why the political clout of women and men has varied at different times in history and in different cultures,” she writes. [because men and women are different ~ biology]

The recent, highly publicized finding that elite male scientists are less likely to employ women in their labs [REPRESENTATIVE!] than are female or less-elite male scientists seems a perfect example of the kind of issue Colatrella thinks STEM students need to understand. Perhaps some science faculty could benefit from those courses, too.” [brainwashing]

They’re science students; they’re not dumb enough to fall for that equality bullshit! They see the evidence! They can do maths!

Professor coins “liberal privilege”


“Far more pervasive is “liberal privilege.” The very people who accuse others of not being sufficiently grateful for their status are guilty of taking their own advantages for granted. Liberals do not seem to recognize the special treatment they receive. They actually believe they are nicer and smarter than others as a result of having been allowed to get away with this conceit.

Liberals, because they are liberal, assume they are more compassionate than anyone who disagrees with them. From elementary school on, they are praised for their concerns about the welfare of others — even though this kindness is only manifested in verbal declarations.

Likewise, from the earliest grades, their teachers applaud their superior intelligence. Since they agree with the principles they are being taught and regurgitate them on cue, they are regarded as unusually perceptive. Critical thinking, although orally encouraged, is, in practice, punished.

And so liberals grow up in a bubble of self-deception. Their self-esteem is grounded in conforming to beliefs that do not accord with reality, but which nevertheless earn them gold stars and certificates of achievement.

Then they enter the real world. Yet for them, it is not altogether real. The books they read and the television shows they watch confirm their special status. Liberal newsreaders and authors assure them they are better than their conservative peers. Clearly, they are more generous and insightful than these relics.”

“#LiberalPrivilege – Is OK with discrimination, as long as it’s against Christians

#LiberalPrivilege – They are for free speech – unless it’s something they disagree with

#LiberalPrivilege – They are against racism – but support affirmative action quotas based on skin color”

May I add having no valid opinion on crime because you live in nice neighbourhoods? Having no idea how the economy works because you gained your job through nepotism? Having no one gang up on you and slander your person for owning your opinions?

#liberalprivilege “When I do it, it’s different.”