April 7, 2014
Maybe We Don’t Need to Win, Just Have Our Own Vine and Fig Tree

Maybe We Don’t Need to Win, Just Have Our Own Vine and Fig Tree

A few days ago I made some future references, quick comments and excerpts on others’ posts and ideas that needed fleshing out. The problem is that in the meantime more ideas and posts come down the pike from the many fine bloggers and commenters around the NRx. It’s like drinking from a fire hose, eating an elephant, among other tired cliches.

Then one swallow/bite at a time. Free Northerner gave…

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April 4, 2014
Future References

It’s a bit disconcerting, but also enjoyable and encouraging, when I have a post idea in mind and before I find the time to execute it…someone else does it, or something similar.

Examples:

I haven’t seen a lot of material in the NRx blogs about guns, and how they’re going to be the difference-maker down the road, when the (hopefully Velvet) Great Divorce happens, in the U.S. The disarmed states,…

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April 3, 2014
Neoreactionary Rock

The NRxsphere (awkward!) could use some lightness of touch occasionally, even…humor?

Due to my encyclopedic knowledge of rock I can usually come up with lyrics that are appropriate to describe some occurrence or news item. But a real challenge would be coming up with Neoreactionaryrock. Considering the total prog immersion of most of these folks, it seemed unlikely. However, a couple came to mind:

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April 2, 2014
Dark Matter Journal, Nick Land and Space Colonization

Dark Matter Journal, Nick Land and Space Colonization

As noted yesterday, there are a number of important sources and resources yet unlinked here.

We continue to rectify this today with Dark Matter Journal. Bookmark it, link it, contribute to it.

About:

Dark Matter collects the best essays from the “neoreactionary” sphere and publishes them in an edited form. Original articles are also published. Content in the journal ranges widely, but its primary…

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April 1, 2014
Henry Dampier and a Better Alternative

Henry Dampier and a Better Alternative

I have been remiss in not including everyone I should have on the blogroll. I’ll be expanding it properly over the next few days. One such is Henry Dampier; this has now been corrected.

Here’s his foundational post:

However, this blog will not be operating on the assumption that increasing the knowledge of the readership will magically halt the degenerative ratchet. We don’t put much truck in the…

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March 28, 2014
Strangely, My Comment Was Not Approved

Strangely, My Comment Was Not Approved

After I posted about White Nationalism I noticed Word Press had some suggestions on related topics and posts, and had a look at a few things. This caught my eye:

Fairy tales for privileged kids: “the anti-white racist”

Well, I think we know what’s coming, do we not? However, the opener was exceptionally…amusing:

A disclaimer before we begin: what I’m about to talk about here are facts. This means…

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March 28, 2014
Nationalisms, White and Otherwise

Nationalisms, White and Otherwise

In the comments to my Alaska post there is a link to “Pioneer Little Europe” (PLE) provided by Alan J. Perrick. As promised there, I’d like to expand on why I don’t consider myself a “White Nationalist”; simply linking to Moldbug’s massive essay is not explanation enough. As usual, MM allows his sense of play and irony to run in this piece; it’s not like one could somehow give the sense of it in…

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March 21, 2014
Review: “What is Neoreation?”

Review: “What is Neoreation?”

What is Neoreaction: Ideology, Social-Historical Evolution, and the Phenomena of Civilization by Bryce Laliberte

“History since Christ is the history of Catholicism.”

With this opening statement Bryce Laliberte, the AnarchoPapist, lays down a challenge. He tells you, explicitly, that he is imposing a narrative, that all narratives are imposed.

This extensive essay (really, a short book, but…

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March 11, 2014
Possible NRx Territories: Alaska

Possible NRx Territories: Alaska

(The first of a series; places that are the most likely to be congenial to the establishment of a more or less neoreactionary regime).

I have lived in Alaska for many years, and have grown to appreciate some reasons it may be a congenial place to establish some type of sovereignneoreactionary order. These same reasons apply to certain other parts of the U.S., and other parts of the world, which…

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February 27, 2014
The Pause That Refreshes

The Pause That Refreshes

After my 12-day trip through Alaska, I began working on a post about how Alaska, or a piece of it, may in future make a likely place for a Neoreactionary State. I also have some ideas about other territories and areas in the U.S. that show promise as a place to put NRx theorie into praxis.

As I tapped keys, however, it occurred to me that I needed this bit of information and that, and shortly I…

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February 25, 2014
Kipling, (Neo)reationary

Kipling, (Neo)reationary

Oft times we make the error of assuming that everyone knows the same things that we know (and the converse).

When Free Northerner posted Kipling’s “If”it reminded me of another poem, one that says so many things I believe, things I want you to know, says them better and much more succinctly than I could say them. At least a few of you may never have encountered it, so it’s certainly worth posting…

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February 21, 2014
Hotel room Fairbanks AK

Hotel room Fairbanks AK

February 18, 2014
Power: How to Get It, How to Use It

Power: How to Get It, How to Use It

I’m on an extended business trip and in Fairbanks, Alaska, where the temperature is -16 F and it’s absolutely beautiful. After some weights and a sauna, walked outside in my shorts with a towel around my neck and saw the aurora borealis. I didn’t feel cold at all. For a few magic moments there was a sense of balance, of equilibrium. 

Flying long distances gives one a chance to read uninterrupted,…

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February 16, 2014

Anonymous asked: I posted a question to noir-realism, but it was unanswered (old post anyways). Do you see any difference in our present/contemporary world culture that would lead to an expectation that the historical cycles of power structures is going to undergo some kind of transformation or even just a 'hiccup?'. In other words, or as a for instance, might there be a new form of nation/state power structure that arises due to the influence of the new media technologies? A Dic-technocracy? A Tech-Monarchy?

Yes, but I just borrowed it from Neal Stephenson, is all.

February 16, 2014

Anonymous asked: what's your name?

My name, my name is, my name is The God of the Copybook Headings.

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