Society is a racial construct

No amount of social change is going to change the nature of races. Egypt has had racial mixing for several thousand years and blacks have always been criminals, servants, and slaves.

But change the race, as is the policy of the permanent and unelected government in every formerly white country except Iceland, and you will change the society.

In a few white countries the merely elected government is resisting the policy of the permanent and unelected government. In Australia, the merely elected government has the support, loyalty, and obedience of the military, and is prepared to use it, so, despite a continual storm of attacks by the permanent government, it gets its way on this issue against the will of the permanent government – until the next election. The elected government is only temporary after all, and so, from time to time, will yield to pressure.

What has happened in every white country is that the merely elected government has laws limiting illegal immigration, and limiting benefits received by illegals. And in every white country, those laws are not enforced.

Asylum laws are knowingly and intentionally abused to bring in people persecuted for ordinary non political crimes, and for such political crimes as terrorism. Many recent terrorist incidents in white countries have been committed by terrorists who gained asylum on the basis of persecution resulting from crimes of terror or from ordinary non political crimes. The permanent government wants an underclass, and it wants the worst possible underclass, the worse the underclass, the better it can be used as a weapon against the former majority. Hence the active recruitment of terrorists and criminals, and the use of the school system to indoctrinate the new majority with hatred against the former majority.

38 Responses to “Society is a racial construct”

  1. Alan J. Perrick says:

    I don’t agree with the ethnic conflict model that “Jim” and “Horus” suggest; this malevolent manipulation to ensure stability at the top.

    Ref: http://whiterabbitradio.net/audio/FTWR-1.mp3

    Rather, my view is that the anti-whites throughout are incredibly sick, who are especially myopic in their psychopathy. Tying this into Neo-Reaction, this is what all pagans look like to a Christian – animalistic individuals chasing their lusts unto damnation. Weakened canon law and failure to establish state churches, something which is natural on the Republicanist path, have allowed sick individuals to rise to the most powerful positions in society…

    This Republicanist degeneracy also extends to de-emphasis on martial virtues like honour and loyalty; a sure sign of this is, at least in the 21st century environment, general officers not moving regularly and with celebration into high prestige positions in their country’s civil government. The pitting of the Pentagon versus the State Department (as exposed at this blog) is a dysfunction, but apparently typical of a late-stage republic. Does anyone believe that shameless bureacrats have what it takes for high-pressure, low time-preference decisions? The polarisation caused by The Cathedral looks like a really weak chink in its armour…

    A.J.P.

    • peppermint says:

      George H. W. Bush was the last decent President. Slick W. Clinton was chosen because he was blackmailable. It’s not just individuals chasing their individual lusts unto damnation. Crooks are chosen because they are crooks.

      • jim says:

        There have been no decent presidents. The rot set in with George Washington putting down the whiskey rebellion.

      • Alan J. Perrick says:

        Avarice seems to be lust of power and material wealth. That’s going to be inherent in those with low character and it’s going to be enabled by other some-ones who are also intent on using first some-one for their own lust, not love – high time-preference, not low-time preference.

        There could be an argument that loving money, even on a longer time scale, could be an evil unto itself, but loving power on the longest time-scales shouldn’t lead to negatives but should lead to things like appreciation of tradition.

        A.J.P.

    • peppermint says:

      I mean, think about the incentive structure. There are two kinds of people who have an incentive to act collectively in a democracy, crooks, and Jews; and it is through collective action that these groups punch well above their weight, while everyone else bickers endlessly.

      • jim says:

        Progressive Jews are not in fact cohesive.

        Nor are crooks.

        Observe the financial crisis. In so far as it was the result of collective action, the problem was progressive policy of attempting to make blacks and mestizos into middle class by giving them free money. Various crooks intercepted this humungous stream of free money in various ways, but each crook did so for himself, not as part of a big plot.

        • peppermint says:

          How did the British government become a nest of pedophiles? Why is the age of consent to buggery in Britain 16? Is this related to the silence regarding the Muslim rape scandal?

          Why did Prince Andrew defend Roman Polanski? Well, until recently, everyone thought that Alan Dershowitz defended Polanski due to the ‘do not publicly humiliate a fellow Jew’ rule. But now people have heard of Jeffrey Epstein.

          When you’re a crook, you don’t only not blow the whistle on the other crooks, your fortunes are tied to theirs. This replaces the loyalty from martial values that AJP mentions.

          • Alan J. Perrick says:

            L.O.L.

            You missed my point. I’m against an Inquisition for “heresies” against the The Cathedral’s religion of Political Correctness. But, you seem to find its advocacy quite naturally “Peppermint Papist”.

          • Mark Citadel says:

            Britain has been pro-sodomite for a long time. Now you have all this Alan Turing BS being churned out. Nobody mentions Ernst Roehm though. I wonder why…

        • cledun says:

          you are mistaking a lack of intellectual cohesion with a lack of tribal cohesion.

    • Pepperdork says:

      Pure jibberish. Fascism for the concave-chested nerd.

      LOL your dork-king looks like a stiff wind would blow him over. It makes sense though– yet another sexually-frustrated, failed artist turned fascist!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aa2UJX_EpQ

  2. Mark Citadel says:

    “We must be open and tolerant towards Islam and Muslims because when we become a minority, they will be so towards us.”

    – Jens Orback, Minister for Democracy, Metropolitan Affiars, Integration and Gender Equality ~ Sweden

    How is this different from any other affirmation of the intention to genocide?

  3. Just sayin' says:

    “Society is a racial construct”

    yes, Dawkins calls it the extended phenotype

    (he doesn’t talk about it with regard to humans, but there is no conceptual barrier to doing so)

  4. Zach says:

    Specificity needed.

    Society is not *only* a racial construct. Quite obviously it is also a sexual construct.

    The list goes on…

    • peppermint says:

      you miss the point. Races co-evolve with cultures. Sexes evolved once long ago and much of today’s variation in sexual strategies is racial.

      • Zach says:

        But… but… semantics are so unboring!

        Jim’s posts make perfect sense in and of themselves. But from post to post, they tend to weaken because of lack of consistency. But I may be reading too strict and remembering too long.

        Probably am.

        • jim says:

          Inconsistency?

          Give me some examples.

          • Zach says:

            If I put the time in will you?

            Don’t fuckin’ do your thing where you answer the post by not answering but instead giving a historical example which loosely correlates.

            A little sample – see our last conversation. Make laws to fight the natural. WUT?!

            Okay sure. That is part 1 of 1000. And if you just fap to porn a few times a day and just fuck around and do your thing, I’ll see through it.

            You take my evidence seriously, or fuck off. So you call it. 😉

          • Simon says:

            Zach, that is Jim’s shtick. It’s part of his argumentative strategy. When someone raises a valid point, provide vague loosely correlated example to defeat said point and act like it is a devastating critique. He’s not going to change that, mate. It works too well.

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  6. Zach says:

    “What is natural is feral behavior. Natural law is those restraints that are natural to impose on feral behavior – we are disinclined to tolerate predation on people like ourselves, or parasitism on people like ourselves.”

    BEFORE THE EM DASH!

    WTF?!!!!

    So I suppose to do deals is unnatural?

    • jim says:

      If we make an agreement with each other to suppress certain undesirable behavior, we are socially constructing law or society, because we could quite easily have made some different agreement. Hence socially constructed. If we spontaneously are angered, disgusted, or frightened by some bad conduct, without consulting each other, then when we suppress that behavior, whether by killing people who perform it, or merely by declining to associate with people who engage in it, then natural law, in that the law against that bad behavior is spontaneously enforced.

  7. Zach says:

    John Candy = all knowledge
    Steve Martin = Obama and Jim

    (John Candy is so underrated it makes me want to not pet my dog)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFh5FzXIeBg

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  9. Bloodwyrm says:

    Society is also a gender construct, but feminists want to deny that as well.
    Consider the source, I suppose.

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