The Reichstag is burning

The fake bombs were not sent through the mail, (no postmark on the stamps and insufficient postage) therefore delivered in person by an insider. Recipients did not act as if they feared the bombs were real. Therefore, the insider was recognized by the recipients.

Therefore recipients were complicit in a fake bomb threat – which is as serious a crime as complicity in a real bomb threat. The criminality of fake bomb threats is settled law and practice, and rightly so, for deadly threats are apt to lead to deadly acts.

The interesting thing therefore is whether settled law and practice gets applied to senior Democrats.

If Democrats get away with this, they can get away with similarly criminal acts of real violence.  If they cannot get away with this, it is the Reichstag fire.

If they cannot get away with this, then we are going to see a whole lot more people start hailing Trump as God Emperor Trump.

Although I have been referring to him as God Emperor Trump, this impious as well as optimistically premature. He is still merely a president presiding over a presidency that hates him, ignores him, and routinely defies him. If he does deal with those who set the Reichstag on fire, if the FBI chooses to obey him in and prosecute direct political crime committed by powerful people, then he has successfully brought the presidency to heel, whereupon a more appropriate name is Holy American Emperor Trump the First.

If he deals successfully with those who lit the Reichstag, I will then hail him as Holy American Emperor Trump the First, as is likely to reflect his real status.

If, on the other hand, the FBI ignores criminal acts by senior democrats, we have taken one more step towards Civil War II, but this time a rather large step, which will be in due course followed by even bigger steps.

196 Responses to “The Reichstag is burning”

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  2. Mister Grumpus says:

    > Therefore recipients were complicit in a fake
    > bomb threat – which is as serious a crime as
    > complicity in a real bomb threat.

    OK that’s the pearl in the oyster. That’s the gold nugget. I hadn’t comprehended that part. Thank you again. Now I get it.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      “We dare you to catch us doing what we’re obviously doing.”

      PDMH (point deer make horse).

  3. Mister Grumpus says:

    “…if the FBI chooses to obey him in a direct political crime…”

    I beg your pardon but I don’t think you meant this. I suspect you mean something more like:

    “…if the FBI chooses to obey him and actually prosecute a direct political crime…”

    (Either way feel free to delete this.)

  4. Mister Grumpus says:

    And finally a genuine question:

    What do you make of the “bombs” — and the whole operation really — being so blatantly fake?

    The un-cancelled postage stamps?
    The obviously insufficient postage?
    Nobody getting caught despite lots of these deliveries surely being on security cameras?
    Nothing even catching fire? Not even a stink bomb, or a ziplock bag full of dog poop, or a fuzzy snake that pops out of a Pringles can?

    Do you think the fakeness is accidental, or rather an explicit message unto itself, clearly communicated to the right people?

    (Of course I have my own guesses, but this is the wrong place to try to show off how smart I am.)

    • jim says:

      I attribute it to the fact that political correctness selects for stupidity, with the result that leadership of the Democratic party is composed of very stupid people. I think the transparent fakeness was shear incompetence, rather than point deer make horse. 指鹿為馬

      But if it is 指鹿為馬 blood will flow very soon.

      • Mike says:

        Hypothetical Jim, would you really be that pissed off if the bombs were real? Considering how much the Democrats threaten and commit real violence against Republicans nowadays, I honestly dont think I care if the bombs are real or fake. Either way, it further radicalized both sides and leads us closer to the general crisis.

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        “But if it is 指鹿為馬 blood will flow very soon.”

        And why do you say that? Because that would imply that we’re not up against dumbasses, but evil satanic super-geniuses?

        • peppermint says:

          Their worldview is built out of lies and since they started losing they’ve doubled down. The only question that matters in the election is if they’ll be able to cheat enough and no one knows if Trump and Sessions have done anything about that.

          Point deer make horse is what you do when you’re in a position of power and need to find and terrify who would oppose you. It doesn’t work if your enemies can form a political party.

          • Mister Grumpus says:

            So, PDMH means “blood soon” because PDMH, as a move, is only useful if it’s backstopped/completed with the head-chopping of those who said they saw a deer? Am I getting it?

            • jim says:

              Exactly so.

              The whole purpose of 指鹿為馬 is to see if you have enough power to kill anyone who notices the deer.

              And right now, it looks disturbingly as if they do. But betting against Trump has seldom been wise.

              • Mister Grumpus says:

                “The whole purpose of 指鹿為馬 is to see if you have enough power to kill anyone who notices the deer.”

                OK OK OK. So, it’s a (risky!) gambit to see if enough people are afraid of you, and FEW enough people are NOT afraid of you. Have I got it right?

                Like, if only a few Name Fags are out here calling bullshit on this thing, and everybody else — including Fox News, say — is too scared to say anything, well then they can know that their “terror power” is sufficient to do what they want to do NEXT.

                Have I got it?

                I got this far, BTW, by going back to remedial classes with your and Spandrell’s piece here:

                https://blog.jim.com/culture/yet-another-pc-outrage-again/

                • The Cominator says:

                  The closest Western equivalent would be the story of The Emperor’s New Clothes.

              • Mister Grumpus says:

                BTW, I just now realized that the PDMH meme explains — more clearly than anything else I’ve come across — why free speech and the internet are so dangerous to the powerful. Because it can spoil the PDMH move.

                And non-violently (less-violently?) to boot:

                When the Crown Prince says “Check out this horse”, and enough people just shrug him off and say “Dude no, I read the chans, and that ain’t no horse”, then that’s it, game over, and the Crown Prince knows it.

                He just kicks his dog, leaves his key in the door, takes his bitcoins to Macau, sees some shows, gets laid a few times, and closes out his years in uneventful luxury like Howard Hughes. No need for a Civil War or anything nasty like that.

                “Don’t go away mad, babe. Just go away.”

                • jim says:

                  I doubt it will be that easy.

                  But we shall see. We are in unknown waters, even though everyone pretends everything is normal, as they pretended everything was normal during the fall of the Roman Republic.

                • calov says:

                  I still think most normal people really don’t realize that everything is about to explode.

                • jim says:

                  When the Roman Republic exploded, most people did not notice it had exploded for centuries. Elections were still held, the Senate continued to meet, and all that, though the elections and the senate had become as irrelevant as the Queen taking a stagecoach to open the British Parliament.

                  When the Roman Empire in the West fell, most people did not notice it had fallen. They noticed goods stopped flowing and the roads had become unsafe, but did not put these facts together into a larger picture.

                • peppermint says:

                  To the normies, nothing that happens isn’t normal, by definition.

                • Frederick Algernon says:

                  Pepper: I get what you’re saying, I don’t like it, but I think you are correct. I wonder if there is some equation to describe how many times, or to how many people, or to which people, or where, any given type of incident needs to occur before de facto normalization?

                • peppermint says:

                  Grumpus says he wishes he could have some “power”.

                  Presumably he knows what it’s like to be taken seriously and respected sometimes.

                  There’s a reason the left uses the fake right to say that they agree the bomb hoax could have been a Trumpist trying to scare the targets or the synagogue shooter could have been an anti-Trump nazi, and it isn’t because anyone on the left actually likes the fake right or could arrange for an alliance if they did.

                • The Cominator says:

                  “or the synagogue shooter could have been an anti-Trump nazi”

                  Thats EXACTLY what the synagogue shooter was.

                  I agree the bomb story is bullshit but the synagogue shooter was exactly the anti-Trump stormtard moron he appeared to be.

                  I have no doubt government agents egged the dimwit on and probably did all the logistical work but I don’t think he was a government agent.

          • The Cominator says:

            Sessions is unfortunately compromised and useless. He’ll go down in history as one of the great traitors.

  5. Koanic says:

    Maybe the photos of the bombs were faked by the fake news, like they fake interviews with crisis actors for real events.

  6. Big Brutha says:

    This is patently transparent. This is a pretext for the D’s to try to show themselves as victims of DJT and try to use that to fan the flames of partisanship ahead of the midterms. Whether it works or not is a different question. But CNN is all in blaming the whole thing on the President and trumpeting that fact from the rooftops.

    Having to live with that half of the country as voters is like being shackled to a paranoid schizophrenic. The schizo hates it because the voices tell him you are trying to go in the wrong direction. You hate it because you are shackled to a schizo. When do we get to unloose ourselves from each other?

    Because if we cannot unshackle ourselves then the only option is to shiv the schizo and cut the body loose so that we are not constantly struggling to go in the direction of sanity and safety.

    • Koanic says:

      Why not convince the schizo to charge the guy with the gun trained on you to prevent you from knifing the schizo?

      All kinds of wonderful potential outcomes to that struggle.

  7. Henry Lee says:

    The bomb hoax is no less in-our-faces obvious than the laughable accusations against Kavanaugh. They seem to be daring us to do anything about it.

  8. The Cominator says:

    Very little chance that any action is taken against the Democrats until after the midterms.

    Jeff Sessions is a traitor (and that is how I knew Q is bullshit) and Trump doesn’t want to fire him before the midterms.

    • peppermint says:

      If Q is fake, why is he giving hope for a political solution to the TRS fans like CR who might otherwise be convinced to actually attack our enemies in self-destructive ways?

      • The Cominator says:

        I don’t know but if Q isn’t fake why did he provide political cover to a blatant traitor like Sessions with Q fans.

        • peppermint says:

          Q is a psyop by the Emperor to harness /pol/ into an intelligence agency, giving them a sense of purpose in this war.

          What role Sessions has in the Emperor’s plans is a military secret, but Sessions not being a traitor between 2006 and 2016 made His Majesty’s campaign possible.

          • The Cominator says:

            “Q is a psyop by the Emperor to harness /pol/ into an intelligence agency”

            /pol was behaving far more effectively as an intelligence agency before Q. I do not claim to be an “oldfag” but I was on /pol regulary from August 2015 until January 2017 (I took a long break after that).

            Q is a psyop but most likely a Brennan/McCabe psyop.

            • Steve Johnson says:

              That assumes that McCabe/Brennan respect the value that /pol can provide and therefore are worth the effort for a psyop.

              To be an effective psyop Q needs to make predictions but that means that Q is fatally vulnerable to Trump acting to falsify the predictions.

              • Rollory says:

                Q is a dumbass, or possibly several dumbasses, having fun seeing what they can get the suckers to swallow. Highly effective at it, admittedly.

              • John Morris says:

                Q explicitly predicted BOOM! for “Red October.” October is almost over, no BOOM! and if we are generous and assume it means “October Surprise” and thus before the election we can wait a few more days. So far it has been Blue antics, no BOOM, no big reveals, nothing from the Red team.

                If that is the state of play on Election Day we can close the book on Q and probably Trump. Since it is almost criminal the way the Repubs in Congress keep sitting on stuff that would have been explosive, would have not just changed the outcome of the election but, if mishandled, caused civil unrest it shows that the Republicans still want to lose the House. Or at any rate have zero desire to do the sort of things required to win.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Trump will be fine (though it will suck to have the Dems take the house if they do he’ll survive and be reelected) but Q ALWAYS has been bullshit.

                  “Trust Sessions” told you all you need to know. Trump obviously does not trust Sessions.

      • Steve Johnson says:

        Very clever peppermint – “fake” doesn’t mean “not on our side”.

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        “If Q is fake, why is he giving hope for a political solution to the TRS fans like CR who might otherwise be convinced to actually attack our enemies in self-destructive ways?”

        Thanks for that. It is indeed hard to tell the difference between “pacification” and “protecting the cause by keeping its more frustrated people from flipping out self-destructively.”

      • Carlylean Restorationist says:

        Peppermint slanders the alt.right as always:

        “If Q is fake, why is he giving hope for a political solution to the TRS fans like CR who might otherwise be convinced to actually attack our enemies in self-destructive ways?”

        I’m not aware of any alt.right folks who really believe Q. Many find the whole thing interesting but I can’t think of a single person of note who says “Q is probably telling the truth”. In fact Q is meticulously careful to direct people away from race loyalty.

        When you say “our enemies”, it all depends who you mean. If you mean the anti-white J-left then I don’t think you need to worry. People on the alt.right are more likely to get into bed with Jason Unruhe than they are to side with the J-left.
        If however you mean “those who would interfere with global capitalism”, well it all depends. Some of the time you may find us sitting on the sidelines: all depends where it lines up race-wise.

        The people you CAN depend on to defend global capitalism are the Lew Rockwell types, and many of THEM really do believe in Q.

        • Pseudo-chrysostom says:

          ‘Capitalism’ has always and already been global phenomena; there was a ‘world economy’ from antiquity to today, long before internationalists like Friedman wrote anything about it, or had any pretensions of invention, or had any great necessity on policies they propagandized.

          Therefore, people who talk about ‘global capitalism’, whether ‘for’ or ‘against’, are in fact disingenuously talking about some other thing.

          • jim says:

            “Global Capitalism” is an effort to get you to think past the sale – it presupposes capitalism is a system of governance. Which is the standard Marxist approach to persuasion. Instead of arguing for X, they purportedly argue some other issue in terms that presuppose X. Similarly troofers. Is any troofer going to provide evidence or argument that World Trade Center Building Seven fell straight down on its on footprint? Instead he will presuppose that everyone uncontroversially agrees that it fell straight down, rather than falling into the square to the south of it, as fire fighters expected it to do, and as videos show it falling.

            Carlylean Restorationist is always telling us that we believe such and such, where such and such presupposes the Marxist Theory of history, and that progessives have good intentions and are successful in giving effect to those good intentions. He is supposedly arguing about Y, in terms that presupposes X is true, that everyone knows X is true, and that we entirely agree that X is true, that we accept the Marxist theory of History, that we accept that progressives want to save African lives, and are effective in saving African lives.

            He does not argue that the Marxist theory of History is true, and that progressives are benevolent and effective. Instead he quarrels with us about something else, which something else assumes that Marxism is true and progressives are benevolent and effective, that we agree that the Marxist Theory of History is true, and we agree that progressives are benevolent and effective. Whatever is being supposedly debated, whatever he claims we are disagreeing on, supposedly involves both sides agreeing on Marxism and progressivism.

  9. pyrrhus says:

    The fact that pipe bombs normally detonate when one tries to open the package (thank you UniBomber) , and that CNN did so without any apparent fear, is conclusive evidence that they knew it was fake…

    • The Cominator says:

      I almost always avoid watching CNN (unless a pro Trump source says I should watch a clip) but CNN blatantly opened packages they said were bombed without having a professional bomb disposal person do it…

      Then yeah.

      • jim says:

        Therfore, CNN already knew what was in the packages, therefore knew who prepared them and how they were delivered.

  10. Neurotoxin says:

    Totally disagree about the importance of this. It’s just another false flag caper. The left does stuff like this all the time. See the vast list of “hate crime” hoaxes in recent years.

    So my take is that no one will be prosecuted over this, but it doesn’t matter. It’s just the story of the current microsecond.

    • The Cominator says:

      This is not an isolated case of “hey rabbi whatcha doin” or “hey Tyrone whatcha doin” making a phony hate crime. Its a conspiracy by the upper levels of the democratic party and the media. That is the difference.

    • jim says:

      Not some random low level leftist. The top of the media and Democratic party were in on it.

      • The Cominator says:

        What do you make of this apparently mentally deranged injun they made for sending the bombs?

        • jim says:

          Blatant setup. Joe random guy is not going to be able to make personal deliveries to senior democrats.

          He is being arrested for mailing the bombs, which, however, were clearly not mailed.

          • The Cominator says:

            Yes that is my take, the problem is somehow I think they’ll be able to keep a lid on acknowledging that these were never mailed even though these weren’t mailed the same way Paddock is still a “professional video poker player”.

            Trump needs to cut DOJ out of the investigation and have his own people (Erik Prince?) handle it.

          • Koanic says:

            Maybe they were mailed, and that idiot just put flag stamps on the inner envelope because he likes stickers.

              • Koanic says:

                https://www.abc15.com/news/national/serial-mail-bomber-everything-we-know-about-the-packages-sent-to-politicians-dem-donors

                I’d guess the photos of packages that we’ve seen don’t have their stamps canceled because they weren’t delivered.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  “I’d guess the photos of packages that we’ve seen don’t have their stamps canceled because they weren’t delivered.”

                  El-nutso. They cancel the stamps when the package enters the system, not right before it comes out… right?

                • Koanic says:

                  The packages are intercepted at point X and stamps canceled at point Y. You have no more information on the probability of X occurring after Y than I do.

                • peppermint says:

                  Dude lives in FL. Therefore he mails package and its stamps get voided.

                  If he lived in NY he could have dropped it off after putting stamps on it because he was putting stamps on all of them.

                  The bomb design is nonsensical and cartoonish. Fake bombs means you don’t expect to damage anything directly and are thinking about the larger consequences of your actions. Means it wasn’t a raging guy or a Trump guy or a guy with any masculinity at all which the public implicitly associates with Trump and Republicans.

                  The people hoaxing this should have used less cartoonish fakes, and the media should have kept the detail that they weren’t even potentially dangerous hidden.

                  They ran out of White men and their holiness spiral requires them to believe retarded nonsense and believe that everyone believes it, which means they have no idea what normal people are like.

                • Koanic says:

                  None of that answers why it wasn’t retarded gay filipino MAGA stripper acting alone. Unvoided stamps on packages that weren’t delivered because suspicious.

                  Maybe he’s an FBI sting patsy, but then I’d expect more realistic looking bombs, to avoid tipping off the retard that they’re fake.

                • peppermint says:

                  Why are you arguing like you think the possibility of an angry incel frogposter sending bombs to political enemies is still on the table when the bombs are obviously fake?

                  They think everyone will react like you, meaning they don’t even need realistic looking fakes.

                • Koanic says:

                  Because he’s the kind of deranged faggot who would send fake bombs to people he hates to scare them.

                  When Trump converts Democrats, crazy comes with.

                • peppermint says:

                  everyone, especially Democrats, knows fake bombs aren’t scary, they’re political moves

                • Koanic says:

                  I have had exactly one encounter with a potentially explosive object, and I still remember disarming it while speculating on the penetration depth of shrapnel into an abdominal cavity.

                  Civilians have major physiological stress response to being targeted by bomb threats.

    • Neurotoxin says:

      Whoever planned this, it will be a tempest in a tea cup. Lefties were already planning on voting Dem so it will make no difference there. Righties were already planning on voting Republican so it will make no difference there. The Great Unwashed Normies have almost no trust in the media and in any case are mostly too sane to buy the “We are beyond criticism! You must be silent!” of the media and the left.

      • Neurotoxin says:

        Just had another thought. The left’s pushing of early voting is obviously intended to facilitate electoral fraud. But it also decreases their ability to use propaganda stunts like this to influence voting.

        Such influence depends on the optimal timing of the propaganda. But more people have already locked in their votes. No doubt there are two or three cucky Goppers out there who could have been convinced to not vote, or even to flip their votes, with this cute little stunt… but they’ve already voted.

        • Mister Grumpus says:

          “Such influence depends on the optimal timing of the propaganda.”

          OK, well let’s “play genius” for a minute and assume that this is a plan that started with the “caravan of the saints”, progressed to the “fake bombs from Broward County Florida” thing…

          … and ALSO has two more WEEKS of scripted crescendo in store for us as well!

          Maybe they started the movie right on time, so that it’ll end at the right time as well, and we’re the unimaginative ones. If these people are evil geniuses, then the caravan and fake bombs would be the opening act, not the finale.

          My bomb shelter smells like popcorn already.

          • Neurotoxin says:

            “and ALSO has two more WEEKS of scripted crescendo in store for us as well!”

            It probably does, now that you mention it. But early voting diminishes its impact.

            And I really get the sense that they’re ad-libbing now. The caravan has very bad optics for them, as it makes it viscerally, visually obvious that we’re being invaded.

            The bomb thing seems like such a doofus move. (I mean, Robert DeNiro? Really?)

            I wish we could know how normies are reacting to all this. Can’t trust polls, obvs.

    • alf says:

      Well yes, stuff like this happens all the time, but if a restoration happens, has to happen by stopping stuff like this, and this seems like a pretty blatant example.

      If the left gets away with this, and probably they’ll sort-of get away with this, it’s not because it’s not important, it’s because the who-whom is still not in our favor.

      • Neurotoxin says:

        I think they probably will get away with it, but don’t agree that that’s any new cause for concern. We all already knew that the intelligence agencies are cesspits of corruption, so nothing new there.

        “it’s because the who-whom is still not in our favor.”

        It’s not the state, it’s the trend.

        Which is exactly why the bad guys are so desperate lately that they are forced to resort to Hail Mary’s like this little stunt and the “caravan” invasion.

  11. BC says:

    I’m looking at the van of the suspect. Looks very new, stickers all over it are brand new and clean, and the guy is a multiple felony/drugie. This is a setup.

    • The Cominator says:

      Normally putting Trump stuff on your vehicle gets your vehicle vandalized or worse. I don’t believe it either but I doubt we’ll hear otherwise… just like Paddock remains officially a “professional video poker player” when of course it is impossible to make money doing that.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      Not a single bumper sticker on that whole van. Just the blatantly illegal posters from Kinkos covering-over all the windows — from the inside — except the windshield. As if that’s street legal for even one second.

      And no video-frame of the license plate either. It’s occluded by that tarped-over bicycle/motorcycle/whatever on the rear rack thing.

      I’ll tell you what though. The chan’s are surely on fire with figuring out the make/model/year of that van, and correlating with registration records, and looking for some kind of match. If no one of that name has ever bought/registered that kind of van, WELL then, and I’m no super-sleuth believe me.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      Yeah man.

      Recently repainted for some reason. Dodge Ram. They stopped making those in 2003, but someone felt the need to make it look new.

      No windshield wipers. In Florida.

      No Trump bumper stickers either.

      But computer-laid-out Boomer Memes all over it, including rifle cross-hairs on Jill Stein. Jill Stein?!

      And they left it, with its old paint job, on some camera-angles, from some spots, on Google Earth from 2015 and 2016. Crazy.

      Chan’s are a national treasure.

  12. Rollory says:

    I predict no senior democrats will be arrested. Instead a disaffected somebody-or-ther with vague ties to being a loudmouth online will be stuck with it. No attempt to hold CNN (as an institution, nor any specific CNN employees) responsible for knowingly being complicit in propagating a fake bomb scare will be made.

    Then six months on the ratchet will go a little bit farther. And farther. And farther.

    What Trump has been doing has been good, but he has not been doing the things that would have been and still are essential in avoiding a Yugoslav-style crisis scaled up to the continental scale. We still have 2 to 6 years for him to prove me wrong.

    • The Cominator says:

      “I predict no senior democrats will be arrested. Instead a disaffected somebody-or-ther with vague ties to being a loudmouth online will be stuck with it.”

      They’ve already pinched an injun with a history of mental illness and threatening judges with some oddly pristine looking Trump stickers on his van.

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        Not stickers.

        Those were laid out in Photoshop, printed wide-format to the exact dimensions needed to fill each van window, and then taped to said windows from the inside. Which took more skill, planning and effort than making the fake bombs themselves, just about.

    • peppermint says:

      Any move by Trump now would either be denounced by the media, not without reason, as politics through lawfare, and scare the voters, or be big enough to topple the media, scare the voters, and render elections obsolete.

      As Neon Revolt says, there’s the Hatch Act to consider.

      Buy US stocks that aren’t social media and wait until after the election. Not like you weren’t going to do that anyway.

  13. pyrrhus says:

    Dems timing is seriously off, however. By the time college football Saturday is over, and it’s Sunday morning, everyone will have lost interest in the story….Not that this gay Filippino is likely to be promoted very hard.

    • Mister Grumpus says:

      My guess (or my hope rather) is that their side is splintering and/or infighting, which would “explain” their shit being all half-baked and retarded like this. This is not the product of cold hearted reptillian Bond Villian geniuses… I hope.

  14. glosoli says:

    Am I the only one who thinks the whole thing is a show? Trump, Hillary, all of it, the uranium, Iran, you-name-it, it’s all just a show to keep the peanut gallery entertained. Admit it, you’re entertained, me too.

    No one gets within a mile of the levers of power unless they’re bought and paid for. Trump will end the Fed, and that’s all part of the plan, as is US dollar collapse. The leeches have bled that system dry, and they have the next system ready and waiting.

    An historical example of the fakery: http://mileswmathis.com/putsch.pdf

  15. Calvin says:

    Jim, what do you think about the synagogue shooting? Seems that with Plan A such an obvious fake, this is Plan B.

    • BC says:

      More likely triggered by the bombing hoax. Public attacks tend to trigger more public attacks until the supply of on the edge crazies is used up.

      • jim says:

        All synagogue attacks in recent times have been false flag attacks. This one will prove no different.

        • Mike says:

          You gotta make an actual post on the attack, this is much more serious than the pathetic “mail bombings”. People in the reactosphere need the official opinion of our emperor Jim the First on these important issues haha.

          • Steve Johnson says:

            11 victims – it’s so serious that it’s more than a week’s worth of black on white murders.

            No need to worry about those though – those are just “random”.

            • Mike says:

              It’s serious because the news is talking non-stop about it and is using it as another Charlottesville to smear the right. Jim put out an opinion on Charlottesville, I think this one merits attention to. Plus it involves Jews, which is always interesting for rightist and leftist politics.

    • jim says:

      I know nothing of it, but attacks on synagogues are almost always fake. Why should this be different from all the previous ones?

      • Mister Grumpus says:

        Your confidence is reassuring.

        But boy was that fast. One night the anons are finding the Flippy Van on Google Maps with a different paint job, and the next day somebody shoots up a synagogue with real bullets.

        Or so I’ve heard!

        Anyway, we’ve got over a week to go still, and surely this wasn’t the last card in the deck.

      • The Cominator says:

        This was a real attack by a dumb stormtard. I hate stormtards.

        He was likely egged on by some glow in the darks but the attack was real enough.

        • jim says:

          1. How do you know he was part of stormfront?

          2. Supposing that he was part of stormfront, half of them are FBI

          And a significant fraction of neoreaction and dark enlightenment is FBI, but a much smaller fraction than stormfront.

          Back in the sixties, the communists used to joke that they knew who the FBI agents were because they were the only ones that actually paid party dues and had party cards. The real communist party had no name, no cards, its membership list was narrowly shared secret, and its party meetings were never called party meetings.

          • The Cominator says:

            I don’t mean literally stormfront (though he may well have been) but same ideology.

            Left wing ethnonationalist who hated Trump. “Screw your optics” etc. Hence dumb stormtard.

            I don’t think he was literally FBI but I’m sure they or some other intelligence agency picked this moron out to encourage him towards this action.

            • jim says:

              All Trump haiting ethnonationalists are plants, as near to all of them as makes no difference. They are NPCs running off a script, and when the script changes, their line changes in unison, revealing the existence of central coordination.

              • The Cominator says:

                Basically this.

              • ilkarnal says:

                Doesn’t scan. I’ve been watching the streams of ‘alt-right’ adjacent youtubers, and what I notice is small streams with people going 1488 etc. mostly preaching to a very small choir. Why would the feds waste their time with this? It looks to me like there’s an actual small community of estranged natsoc types who tend to dislike trump for being soft on the jews.

                • jim says:

                  Pretty sure that this is largely FBI agents preaching to FBI agents. They know the tune but not the words – nazism and all the rest have a fair bit of theory associated with them. If someone genuinely believes in this stuff, he believes in the entire idea system which makes it reasonable and consistent. By and large, Trump hating rightists and socialist rightists seem unfamiliar with the facts and ideas that would make their purported positions reasonable and consistent. For example.

                  Not only do they not know the stuff that would justify their supposed beliefs, but when someone explains why their supposed beliefs are justified, crimestop prevents them for comprehending what is in front of them, and they revert to repeating some irrelevant NPC script.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The FBI agents/glow in the darks call the tune but the stormtards dance to it.

                  As dumb as the feds are these people are too stupid to actually make the FBI. They can’t understand all of Hitler’s worldview because their average IQ is probably about 90.

                  Pretty sure the SA rowdies didn’t actually understand Hitler’s thinking about geopolitics and living space and the ratio of people and soil either (if they did they would also start seeing where Hitler made his mistakes).

                • jim says:

                  Your account of German Nazism is ill informed.

                  And someone who only knows what you know is not going to be a Nazi.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Ill informed? How so. What did I say about it.

                  I’ve read Mein Kampf, Zweites Buch, the Table Talks, Inside the Third Reich, Confessions of the Old Wizard (Hjalmar Schadt’s book), The Labyrinth (Schellenberg’s book), Nuremberg Diary. If I could read German I’d read Baldur von Shirach’s book but that never got translated into English.

                  I’ve tried to go through every primary source on the Reich that I can get. It was one of my spergish obsessions (not being a nazi but just studying the Reich) at one point.

                • jim says:

                  Nazism was not primarily about geopolitics and lebensraum, at least not when Hitler was campaigning for mass support and the holiness spiral was running.

                  After the Night of the Long Knives, Hitler lost interest in the Nazism that attracted the big crowds, and rather discouraged it, but if anyone is genuinely Nazi today, he is in it for the reasons that the big crowds were into it. He is an identitarian. You can be an identitarian without being a Nazi, but you cannot be a genuine Nazi today without being an identitarian.

                  And, if an identitarian today, he has account of what is happening today that is part of the identitarian story, which is substantial part the white genocide story. If he mouths the words “identity” and “white genocide” without seeing, understanding, and describing the world through that frame, he is not actually an identitarian.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Oh I quite agree. Hitler wasn’t into it for the reasons he sold the crowds on though (even though he DID mention some of his real ideas in Mein Kampf).

                  The modern neo-nazis don’t understand either set of ideas really, the extent of the modern neo-nazis thinking is “the holocaust never happened but it should have” and a few other slogans.

                • jim says:

                  Well, that is Nazism today as taught by FBI agents.

                  Pretty sure that my account of Holocaustianity would be read by them as “the holocaust never happened but it should have”, because crimestop would prevent them from reading what I actually wrote.

                  I am not a Nazi, or even an identitarian, but Nazism is not stupid any more than communism is stupid. Stupid people believe stupid things, but they believe stupid things that fit together. The FBI agent passing as a Nazi believes stupid things that do not fit together.

                • The Cominator says:

                  “Well, that is Nazism today as taught by FBI agents.”

                  Yes but there are also dumb stormtards who actually believe it is my point who aren’t themselves FBI employees and probably don’t have any kind of official relationship with the FBI (though they may have some kind of record for petty crime). And every once in a while the FBI (or CIA etc) suckers one of them into doing something stupid like this.

                • jim says:

                  I don’t think so.

                  Your account of stormtards is false.

                  And, in any case, the guy’s van got a highly professional redo shortly before the shootup, therefore not done by dumb stormtards.

                • The Cominator says:

                  I’m not talking about the van guy that is deep state/democrat false flag bullshit.

                  I’m talking about this moron who shot up the synagogue who is a Trump hating nazi. I doubt he was ever officially employed by the FBI and I don’t think he was capable of complex thought.

                  I am pretty sure an FBI agent or a spook egged him on to do this and helped him get the full auto though.

                  I’ll restate my position on Stormtards (this does not apply to “Austrian School” Hoppean Stormtards)

                  Characteristics of the Stormtard:

                  * Hatred or at least contempt for Trump
                  * Left wing views on things other then race
                  * Contempt for optics
                  * General stupidity
                  * Because of stupidity, contempt for optics, and contempt for the rest of the right prone to rash stupid and counterproductive actions like this especially if they individually feel they have nothing to lose.

                  These are the people handled by the FBI agents. You see them on a lot of far right forums. Some are literal FBI/government employees but probably most are suckers parroting their talking points.

                • jim says:

                  In order to parrot talking points, need a motive.

                  Which requires a worldview, a frame, that gives them a motive. If lacking that worldview, that frame, not a dupe of an enemy agent, but an enemy agent, an NPC giving us a script because it is his job to stick to the script, like a call center worker servicing an unhelpful help line.

                  If someone tells us he a Nazi, but lacks the frame that makes Nazism a good idea, he is giving us a script that was written for him by leftists.

                • peppermint says:

                  Pretending there are anti-Trump nazis is the same as pretending fake bombs are intended to inimidate and equivalent to punching someone. Without conservatives to say those lines, the liberals would never have gotten the gays into everyone’s faces and forxed the churches to assent to their holiness.

              • Mister Grumpus says:

                So if no one ever sees the shooter again, like if he escapes custody or “dies” in prison and is buried closed-casket, then holy shit.

                • jim says:

                  I don’t think they have thought that far ahead. They figure that after the blue wave, Trump gets impeached, his supreme court justices get impeached, and they are guaranteed to have the right people investigating matters and anyone who notices that the emperor has no clothes and that the horse is actually a deer kicked off the internet.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  OK how about this for a question:

                  Is there really no way they can just say “All right all right, you got us. It’s a deer. We lose.” Why is that so very off the table?

                  I’m pretty far from being a High Status Individual myself (how’d you guess?), so it must be that I’m totally alienated — I think that’s the right word — from the Loss that they must feel coming around the corner.

                  Can you (and the other guys too) comment on this? These people are doing all this crazy and dangerous and deadly shit because they’re really afraid and really angry.

                  Can you flesh-out for me what that must feel like? Because I just don’t get it.

                • jim says:

                  Their status, their power, their wealth, and their self image comes from their superior holiness, so each has to be holier than each of the others.

                  Holiness spiral. It has happened before. Happens fairly regularly.

                  Shutting down a holiness spiral always takes rather forceful measures. Usually have to execute at least a few of the alarmingly holy, often a terrifyingly large number of them.

                  Russia is am example of a holiness spiral being shut down with extreme violence. Stalin, being an orthodox Marxist Leninist, finds himself outflanked on the left by nutty heretical Marxism Leninism. Declares them “objectively fascist”, executes them.

                  On the one hand, shutting down a holiness spiral does not always require mass murder – Cromwell shut down his holiness spiral by moderate measures. On the other hand, if you don’t shut it down, it gets increasingly extreme, because increasingly dominated by the fanatical, the extreme, and the stupid.

                  The Khmer Rouge autogenocide is an example of the holiness spiral not being shut down. They killed about a third of the Cambodian population. Expired as a result of the Khmer Rouge torturing each other to death for insufficient holiness.

                  When we are in power, holiness spiralers are going to be our problem. Right now it is entirely a left wing problem. We have a few holiness spiralers denouncing Trump for Jewishness and capitalism, but most of them are obvious enemy agents. When we are in power, it is going to be a much tougher problem.

                • The Cominator says:

                  “Their status, their power, their wealth, and their self image comes from their superior holiness, so each has to be holier than each of the others.”

                  Some of them have been shown by the pizzagate evidence to be involved in very very unholy rituals to establish mutual blackmail as well. If normies became aware of it (and as Ben Swann pointed out in the segment that got him fired the pizzagate evidence is far far more compelling then the media gave credit… I was kind of sick after seeing it) witch burnings and lynchings would make a quick comeback.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  I confess that I’d love to know what that Holiness Status feels like, if only for a week or so. Because I just can’t imagine getting this and that just for SAYING shit. Too damn easy. Money for nothing and my chicks for free!

                  But then I’d get addicted too and wind up purged in a ditch somewhere.

                  We need to build underground railroads to help these people escape each other. For real.

              • The Cominator says:

                Lets looks individually at this idiot who shot up the synagogue.

                He didn’t have a philosophical worldview. He didn’t have a plan that people like us would consider a plan. His plan was “screw your optics I’m going in”.

                Do I think he was officially employed by the FBI or any other government agency? No. US government employees aren’t generally into suicide missions.

                Do I think government agents (FBI CIA I’m not sure) put him up to it with the motive of hurting Trump in the midterms. Yes.

                Do I think this dumbass was aware the people egging him on were government agents. No.

                These leftist nazi NPC groups are run by government, but they preside over some dumb NPC true believers.

                Richard Spencer and David Duke are government agents and always have been. Their idiot followers otoh generally are not.

                • jim says:

                  Maybe.

                  But seems rather too well timed.

                  I rather think that the plan is that there will be a blue wave, and after the blue wave, he gets memory holed and released.

                • The Cominator says:

                  Well I suppose they could have promised him plastic surgery lots of money and a new identity or something after faking his death but here is why I say not.

                  Hes not a perfect poster child for the left because he is on record as hating Trump.

                  If he were a true government operative he would have been record as fanatically pro Trump (the way the Injun patsy was supposedly fanatically pro Trump) and would have declared himself by saying “I’m going to do what the God-Emperor needs me to do but can’t express himself” or something to that effect. But since hes a Trump hater he was a dupe that got egged on by probable actual government agents.

                  Fedgov just isn’t all that competent if they were Trump never would have become President at all.

                • Koanic says:

                  The reason this stuff is happening close to the midterms is not a coincidence, but you’re attributing it to the wrong conspiracy.

                  It’s because both sides are going all out to raise partisanship to a fever pitch to energize their base for the equivalent of an electoral civil war.

                  The MAGA bomber and synagogue shooter are signs of the Red Wave, the foam of extremism cresting.

                  Frankly I look forward to the honest directness of open unabashed violence. It’s much cleaner than the charade of USSA.

                • greenball says:

                  Sure you do, horse-faced LARPer.

                • Koanic says:

                  So you have a small face, prefer lies to violence, and tend to project.

                • 69 says:

                  Where’s the lie,
                  “Koanic Soul”?

                • The Cominator says:

                  “Frankly I look forward to the honest directness of open unabashed violence. It’s much cleaner than the charade of USSA.”

                  Now this guy IS a Fed.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  I don’t know what it is about Richard Spencer that makes douchebags act this way. Maybe it’s how well presented he is or maybe it’s just how well read he is.

                  Either way, pack it in. There are plenty of pieces of shit likely to stab NRx filth in the back by siding with globohomo. Richard Spencer is not one of them and neither’s David Duke.

                • jim says:

                  Richard Spencer sure looks like a fed to me.

                  And whether or not he is a fed, he is a socialist and is at best purple pilled on women. The purple pill is just as toxic as the blue pill.

                  The true religion supports the rights of property owners, and supports their rights in the most important property of all: Women.

                • Mister Grumpus says:

                  “and after the blue wave, he gets memory holed and released.”

                  Speaking of which, where the heck is James Fields anyway?

                • Koanic says:

                  > Now this guy IS a Fed.

                  Uh huh. I live overseas, have no police record, and regularly insult the intelligence of people whom I could easily convince to dox themselves to me for a “physiognomy reading” if I would only use flattery instead of truth. I despise the cowardly paranoia of American men so frightened by the shadow of the FBI and the SPLC that they dare not exercise their First Amendment rights to advocate for violent revolution, the very reason that right exists. The Commies have more balls and deserve to rule you, slave.

                • The Cominator says:

                  “Uh huh. I live overseas, have no police record, and regularly insult the intelligence of people whom I could easily convince to dox themselves to me for a “physiognomy reading” if I would only use flattery instead of truth. I despise the cowardly paranoia of American men so frightened by the shadow of the FBI and the SPLC that they dare not exercise their First Amendment rights to advocate for violent revolution, the very reason that right exists. The Commies have more balls and deserve to rule you, slave.”

                  https://i.ytimg.com/vi/zfFNB4sx6BU/maxresdefault.jpg

                • The Cominator says:

                  Spencer and Duke are both clearly Feds. Spencer blatantly so, Duke its slightly less obvious but looking at his behavior pattern over many years it becomes apparent.

                • jim says:

                  Sometimes it is hard to tell entryists from holiness spiralers, their behavior patterns are rather similar, but right now our entryist problem is far more severe than our holiness spiral problem, because we are out of power.

                • The Cominator says:

                  I think anyone who is not a total idiot can tell Spencer is a fed just from the way the media treats him, his associates (he seems to know an awful lot of shitlibs who are not bothered at all by him being a nazi), his promotion of leftist identarianism, and where he lives (spook central Virginia)…

                  Duke you have to look at what he does, he endorses Trump RIGHT BEFORE the Southern primaries, the only point in the election where Trump has to worry that David Duke fans might be a factor so he tries to put Trump in a no win position. Those are the most blatant examples but sabotaging right wing optics is what Duke does.

                  He did the same to Bolsonaro recently and gave the leftist Brazilian media a narrative.

                  If you want a pro white guy who is actually on our side look at Jared Taylor.

                • horse whisperer says:

                  Look what you’ve done, Cominator. You made little horsey feel sad. Sad, sad little horsey. It’s not enough that he has to live in a barn and subsist on Vox Day’s excrement “directly from the source” – he also knows that nothing short of an intensive plastic surgery would ever make his “pretty” face pass for a non-equine countenance. So insecure is he about being a little quadruped that he came up with the convoluted explanation: “Guys, I am not a horse. Just a Neanderthal.”

                  https://kiwifarms.net/threads/edenism.13311/

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  While you idiots continue to punch right, you’ll never win.

                  The way you talk about Richard Spencer, as if saying ‘socialist’ is a gotcha (like he doesn’t know he’s a socialist, it was just an intellectual error lolololol), is how the Mises Institute talks about you.

                  You’re all ‘socialists’ for wanting closed borders and tariffs.

                  Meanwhile the ones you think of as genuinely, authentically right-wing will sell you out every step of the way.

                • jim says:

                  > you idiots continue to punch right,

                  Socialists are not right. People who fail to support patriarchy are not right. People who outgroup my ingroup are not right.

                  One way ingrouping is inherently leftist, because inherently entropic

                  The true religion supports the rights of property owners, and supports their rights in the most important property of all: Women.

                  You are left wing, because you support the Cultural Marxist account of “consumerism”, and because you support the Orthodox Marxist account of capitalism as Capitalist rule and as a very recent economic system, and Richard Spencer is at best a 1930s leftist and purple pilled on women, and at worst a fed commie NPC speaking from script.

                  We intend a restoration similar to that of King Charles the Second, which gave us empire, science, corporate capitalism, industrialization, coverture, and technology. If we are punching someone who opposes those things, who opposes coverture or corporate capitalism, we are punching left.

                • The Cominator says:

                  I have no idea what this kiwifarms forum is.

                • Koanic says:

                  > https://i.ytimg.com/vi/zfFNB4sx6BU/maxresdefault.jpg

                  Obviously the fact that I am noisy means that nobody intending to do illegal things should associate or interact with me, since I will attract attention. In that sense, sure, I’m radioactive. Solitude suits me; I am particularly happy to lose the company of cowards.

                • The Cominator says:

                  “The way you talk about Richard Spencer, as if saying ‘socialist’ is a gotcha (like he doesn’t know he’s a socialist, it was just an intellectual error lolololol), is how the Mises Institute talks about you.”

                  CR EVERYONE on /pol knew he was a fed the second the media proclaimed him “the leader of the alt-right” after the election when we basically never heard of him during the war at all. How come you can’t figure it out.

                  Scott Adams isn’t all that right wing but he had a far better claim to being our leader then Richard Spencer ever did.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  As always, you don’t address the content of what I said, you just carry on as if nothing happened.
                  It’s extremely depressing because if you nominally right-wing folks are like this, it’s quite likely almost everyone is.

                  I can only repeat what I said: the way you dismiss Richard Spencer for having deliberately left-wing economic views (which I as a former ancap 100% endorse without the slightest reservation, positive rights and all) is the same way that the Mises Institute people would dismiss YOU.

                  My point? That you should stop punching right and unpeg yourselves from this libertarian horseshit.

                  Sadly, you never will, because in spite of your token verbal gestures in the direction of hierarchy and stability, you’ll NEVER give up your addiction to economic anarchy because deep down you’re all egalitarian Whigs. You all believe that in a rather fundamental way, all human beings have certain rational capacities which oblige them to take a very high degree of self-ownership.

                  In spite of your continued claims that right = privatisation, left = economic collectivism, the truth is closer to this: right = acceptance of nature, left = dogma including but not limited to liberty, equality and fraternity.

                  Richard Spencer isn’t THE leader of anything except his websites, but he is definitely A leader because he brings clarity and focus to things that needed to be re-examined, economics being one, and that’s an incredibly brave thing for him to do because he knew from day one that every step of the way there’d be some libertarian faggot calling him a leftist for trying to undo the harm of the Whig revolution.

                • jim says:

                  > is the same way that the Mises Institute people would dismiss YOU.

                  The Mises institute, like yourself, fails to notice that legacy Americans are being displaced by a hostile outgroup, that white flight is defeat in the face of invasion.

                  The Mises Institute also fails to notice that the destruction of marriage is a denial of the freedom of contract that it theoretically espouses.

                  The Mises institute outgroups us as rightists, largely because we support the freedom to contract to Pauline marriage and notice white flight, and we outgroup them, yourself, and Richard Spencer as leftists.

                  Nazism is right wing only in that it is 1930s leftism, and leftism has moved on. We represent 1660s rightism: the corporate form and the scientific method.

                • The Cominator says:

                  CR I ADMIT I am to the left of Jim in that I only really want to go back to the mid 19th century on most things (with the proviso that nobody can agitate against the order of society without getting a helicopter ride and that I don’t like Democracy). I don’t want to bring slavery back for instance (men who can’t make it as free labor during times of full employment will just be sterlized) and I like general incorporation.

                  Why can’t you admit it?

                • calov says:

                  I know a guy who writes for/work[ed] for a paleoconservative journal/magazine…that I won’t name. But it’s a good magazine. He told me a story about how R. Spencer tried to worm his way into the organization and get control/change the direction of the magazine from paleoconservatism to his version of white nationalism. Definitely could be a Fed. He also strikes me as a little gay.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  Retard writes:

                  “Socialists are not right. People who fail to support patriarchy are not right. People who outgroup my ingroup are not right.”

                  “One way ingrouping is inherently leftist, because inherently entropic”

                  Why are you doing it then you pillock?

                  TRS gives plenty of air space to Chris Cantwell and Chase Rachels, who are both basically still anarcho-capitalists.
                  The more nuanced stances include Jay Oh de la Ray, who is still described by many as a ‘running dog capitalist’.

                  There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.

                  I would never have attacked you had you not started punching right, and I would not be here on this article unless Cominator had punched right towards David Duke and Richard Spencer, both of whom are to his right and both of whom are to YOUR right.

                  Rightism is a smell, a flavour, a sense. The kind of people who think Hitler was a leftist (such as you, Fukuyama and d’Souza) will also be lukewarm on race loyalty and super-cucky excusing the behaviour of total shitbag liberal capitalists like Bill Gates and Richard Branson. (As indeed you have been.)

                  If anyone’s a traitor and a cuck, it’s you, and if anyone’s practising “one-way ingrouping”, it’s you.

                  You’re just too stupid to realise it.

                  But but but but but right wing means fweee maaaaarkettttss…….. fuck you you cucky cunt

                • jim says:

                  If you cared about whites, you would have noticed ethnic cleansing.

                  That you found the proposition that the influx of hostile outgroups is causing economic distress unfamiliar and incomprehensible shows that you do not believe the things that you pretend to believe, that you are unfamiliar with the belief system that you pretend to support.

                  If you believed the things you claim to believe, you would be familiar with the reasons that these things make sense, familiar with the things that people who actually believe these things talk about and care about. You don’t know the reasons for the beliefs that you supposedly believe.

                  You are left wing entryist working off a script written by someone who is not terribly clear about the difference between “Muslim extremists” and “right wing extremists”, thinks both of them are very similar, both of them are motivated by shear evil, and that we will ingroup someone who tells us “Hey, I am evil also, in fact I am even more evil than you are.”

                • Koanic says:

                  > and that we will ingroup someone who tells us “Hey, I am evil also, in fact I am even more evil than you are.”

                  As the official campus conservative, I had this obnoxious hippie try to follow me around and inflict his presence on me. He tried pretty much exactly this with a convoluted handshake moment. At the time it made me wonder what was wrong with this disgusting person. They instinctively do what CR is doing, knowing themselves to be ghouls who drain life force by proximity.

                  Now I understand that what King David would have done is kill people like this, and that this sort of person is why Jesus always anonymously crossed seas on foot to escape the crowds. In the absence of a strong culling mechanism, civilization fills with human refuse and walking undead.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  1660s rightism?

                  Nope, you represent 1820s leftism.

                  Your position is that it doesn’t matter what capitalists do, they must never ever be punished.
                  That’s the 1820s leftism of ‘just leave them alone and let them work their miracles’, not the 1660s rightism of ‘I refuse to engage with any attempt to damage the social fabric of this great nation’.

                  You out-group anyone who wants to hold capitalists accountable for their crimes. You label them ‘leftist’.

                  So now Lew Rockwell, Hans Hoppe and Richard Spencer are leftists while Richard Branson and Jack Dorsey are rightists.

                  It’s just a pathetic joke. It’s not even offensive to me any more quite honestly. It’s just sad.

                • jim says:

                  The crimes you attribute to capitalists would only make sense if capitalists ruled, as Marxist theory says they do. You are arguing from within the Marxist framework that Capitalism is rule by capitalists, and Feudalism was rule by lords, therefore capitalism is a very recent system, which will pass in its turn. You don’t seem to be aware that we do not share the Marxist frame, and that arguing from within the Marxist frame is unpersuasive and identifies you as a member of a hostile outgroup.

                  Reaction 101: We are always ruled by priests or warriors. And right now we are ruled by priests.

                  We are always ruled by priests or warriors because these professions have an inherent tendency to organize themselves into big teams.

                  Priestly claims are more persuasive if we hear the same story from ten seemingly different sources, all of whom seemingly take it for granted, and warrior violence is similarly more effectual. Capitalists on the other hand inherently tend to compete, so we are never ruled by capitalists.

                  At some periods in history warriors have had the upper hand over priests, at other periods priests over warriors. But the other groups are what they fight over, not what they fight with.

                  If you have priests ruling, and open entry into the priesthood, you get an oversupply of priests, so the universities swell up, and use state power to insert priests parasitically into everything, thus HR, which is makework for the oversupply of priests, as are most government jobs. The oversupply of priests also drives competition to be holier than each other, and to get into everything and make it holy.

                  Obviously warriors need priests, and priest need warriors. So an army needs its own colleges, but it needs to keep control of those colleges, which it has failed to do.

                • benevolent object says:

                  >kill people like this, and that this sort of person is why Jesus always anonymously crossed seas on foot to escape the crowds.

                  So now you resort to calling Jesus Christ a fugitive murderer, huh, Beale’s Beta Butt-Boi?

                  They’re not sending their best.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  You’re hung up on theory, like all Whigs.

                  It has nothing to do with theory.

                  Actual people are doing actual real things in the real world. It has nothing to do with theory.

                  Bill Gates actually went to actual Africa and actually gave actual money that actually prevented actual deaths which led to those actually living people actually moving their actual physical bodies to actual places, namely real&existing Europe.

                  Harry’s Razors actually gave actual money to a real world project called the Bronx Freedom Project, which actually gave actual money – not in theory, not on paper, not by the Marxist view and not by the Jimian view, but in actual reality – to a nigger criminal in jail so that he could be actually released.
                  He then actually raped an actual real existing woman in her actual own actual home – not in theory, not according to Marx, but with his nigger COCK.
                  Harry’s Razors are actually still giving actual real world real existing money – actual money not theory money – to that actual real same identical actual organisation.

                  Eric Sprott actually gives actual real world real existing real money – not theory money – to aboriginal homeless charities – and we all know what THAT means in the real world – not according to Marx, not according to Hegel and not according to Nietzsche – according to what we can actually measurably see in the actual real existing real world.

                  It has nothing to do with theory.

                  These people are doing real harm in REALITY.

                • jim says:

                  > Actual people are doing actual real things in the real world. It has nothing to do with theory.
                  >
                  > Bill Gates actually went to actual Africa and actually gave actual money that actually prevented actual deaths which led to those actually living people actually moving their actual physical bodies to actual places, namely real&existing Europe.

                  No, the money Bill Gates gave did not prevent actual deaths, nor was it intended to.

                  Similar “assistance” given to Haiti caused enormous numbers of deaths, verging on genocidal. Similarly Ethiopia. I doubt that Bill Gates “assistance” caused famine, disease, and homelessness in the way that the very similar assistance to Haiti did, but if it did not, that reflects his restraint in the pursuit of status.

                  And the fact that you imagine that it prevented actual deaths reveals that you are a leftist, that you are from an alien hostile group that believes things different from what we believe, and is unfamiliar with our beliefs, that you believe that leftism is good and well intentioned, while we regard it as metaphorical demon worship with a significant minority of the highest status leftists literally worshiping demons.

                  It purchased him actual status by giving money to priests of the state religion (Which did a great deal more harm than keeping Africans alive would have.) Much as in former times, wealthy men made bequests to monasteries.

                  But if we were to institute a King that was the fount of all honors, mortal and divine, like Charles the Second, and like Charles the Second the King awarded status for doing actually useful prosocial things like advancing science, rather than for demonstrating superior holiness, Bill Gates would advance science.

                  When Henry the Eighth found that the Pope was hostile and was undermining his Kingdom in the service of an alien hostile King, he did not go after wealthy men who made bequests to monasteries, he went after the monasteries.

                  And when he successfully made himself the fount of all honors, mortal and divine, wealthy men then made bequests to his programs, instead of the Pope’s programs.

                • The Cominator says:

                  The worst thing CR has done so far is today and that is defend Spencer, someone who EVERYONE but him knows is a fed.

                • jim says:

                  There is a good chance he knows it also, and is sitting at a desk in the same office as Spencer, though Spencer seems to be genuinely American, and CR seems to be genuinely British.

                • peppermint says:

                  Richard Spencer could have recovered from his wife divorcing him and taking his trust fund, but he can’t recover from looking like a cuck in a picture with his new gf standing in front of a gay rainbow wall.

                  As for David Duke, he hasn’t exactly done much for us. Count up how he affected our restoration after we finish and he’ll probably merit being ignored.

                • pdimov says:

                  >Spencer and Duke are both clearly Feds. Spencer blatantly so, Duke its slightly less obvious…

                  To me, Duke is the obvious one. Spencer strikes me as “deep state”, of the “connected old money” variety. CIA asset, not FBI asset.

                • The Cominator says:

                  >”Spencer and Duke are both clearly Feds. Spencer blatantly so, Duke its slightly less obvious…

                  To me, Duke is the obvious one. Spencer strikes me as “deep state”, of the “connected old money” variety. CIA asset, not FBI asset.”

                  I would agree that Spencer seems more CIA and Duke more FBI.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  Selective censorship in order to promote lies.

                  Hmmmm who’s the leftist again?

                  I can do selective citation as well:

                  “When Henry the Eighth found that the Pope was hostile and was undermining his Kingdom in the service of an alien hostile King, he did not go after wealthy men who made bequests to monasteries, he went after the monasteries.”

                  And that’s why we must shut down the corporate chain restaurants and bookmakers.

                • jim says:

                  I censor you telling us what we believe, because repetitious, absurd, and a waste of space.

                  You think the Capitalist Class rules, therefore, if capitalism continues, King not ruling. Obviously, we don’t think that the Capitalist Class rules, so, comments that presuppose that we accept that the Capitalist Class rules and that progressives intend good outcomes for official victim groups will get deleted.

                  If you want to argue those things, argue them. Don’t assume that everyone accepts them as true, because I delete that form of argument as illegitimate.

                • Carlylean Restorationist says:

                  [*Repetition deleted*]

                • jim says:

                  Your much repeated positions presuppose that we agree with things that we do not agree with, and have argued against. You are unresponsive to arguments that I and others have made.

          • The Cominator says:

            Characteristics of the Stormtard:

            * Hatred or at least contempt for Trump
            * Left wing views on things other then race
            * Contempt for optics
            * General stupidity
            * Because of stupidity, contempt for optics, and contempt for the rest of the right prone to rash stupid and counterproductive actions like this especially if they individually feel they have nothing to lose.

            • Koanic says:

              Every war needs cannon fodder. You can’t make an omelette without breaking most of the eggs in your refrigerator. The real problem is that we don’t have more of these guys, like certain other countries. Talk talk’s overton window is set by war war.

              • The Cominator says:

                Shooting war may start but if these people can be encouraged by the left to do things like this especially before midterms then they are a huge liability. They also are fundamentally leftists no guarantee even in a shooting war they’ll be on our side.

                Read their characteristics… we’ve all seen these people online.

              • quotidian says:

                Spoken like someone who won’t be doing any bleeding.

                😉

                • Koanic says:

                  Yep. Like Moses I was too smart to get caught. Nobody over 2 SD ever does.

                • quotidian says:

                  Undoubtedly – right after you converted the Neanderthals to Christianity.

              • calov says:

                Moses had to leave the country and tend sheep for 40 years.

                • Koanic says:

                  Yes, because he showed his spine and promptly got backstabbed by the surrounding sea of cucks.

                  Never stand between a natural slave and his overseer’s righteous lash. Rather, replace the overseer.

                • cthelllectronic noumenon abomenon says:

                  Perhaps Mr. Koanic would like to explain why he persistently encourages white men to commit violent crimes – on Twitter, Gab, WordPress, Blogger, and specially on his own forum. Is he just another sociopath, a ticking time-bomb that will inevitably snap; or is there a method in the madness?

                  😉

                • Koanic says:

                  What do you mean, “perhaps,” you disingenuous twat? I obviously would like to explain why. I am always explaining why, at copious length. Can you not speak straight for two consecutive sentences, you passive aggressive untermensch?

                • nearby says:

                  Scampered overseas like a plague-carrying rat, but vociferously exhorts white Americans to launch, in his exact words, a “violent revolution.”

                  Q. E. D.

                • Koanic says:

                  > muh expats ran away

                  Ah, so you are an idiot. Allow me to you enlighten you. Expatriation is an extremely effective form of resistance against the USG; the most effective form currently avaialable to white American men, since it denies the USG our tax dollars if done correctly. That and Internet advocacy are the two best things one can currently do legally. I am doing both.

                  Illegal resistance has a self-limiting component in that it tends to get one caught. I advise absolute disrespect for the legitimacy of the USG and its laws, but due regard for its ability to apply force in the pursuit of tyranny. Don’t get caught.

                  I advocate that more people advocate violent revolution. When enough are doing so, we will know that we have critical mass, and go. Until then, don’t go early. That is a good way to get killed for nothing. If you’re doing a suicide run, you should at least know that and plan for it in advance. John Brown is hailed as a hero now, but he was an idiot who got his family killed.

                • peppermint says:

                  John Brown should have ended abolitionism as a cause and the last thing we need is a John Brown. However, when this is over, we’re going to put up statues of lots of people who were too stupid, misguided, and damaging to our movement to be considered heroes, simply to insult our defeated enemies.

                • pdimov says:

                  >Allow me to you enlighten you. Expatriation is an extremely effective form of resistance against the USG;

                  No.

                  I know that you need this to be true.

                  Still, no. Deal with it. USG is as bothered by you as it is by a fly.

                • Koanic says:

                  I don’t need it to be true at all. The specific is not the general, and in any case I have no problem evaluating most of my life choices as suboptimal.

                  Your reasoning is effeminate and illogical, and I rather suspect that stems from the cogdis of paying taxes to USG.

                • Freud says:

                  >the cogdis of paying taxes to USG.
                  >telling that to a Bulgarian in Bulgaria

                  Wew lad. You sound quite cathected with the urge to stir white men up to engage in violence throughout the country you abandoned, so much that you do so blindly, indiscriminately – a cannon as loose as your mother’s cunt.

                • Koanic says:

                  I don’t need to stir anyone up. The violence will come with the ethnic civil war, regardless of what I do. I am not even trying. I comment because I read actively; I don’t even bother to blog right now.

                  My position is my position. I defend it for practice. Later I will create a publicity machine for it; now I’m busy.

                  You observe that my attempted psychoanalysis of a random internet commenter was factually incorrect. Hence why I prefaced it with an “I suspect”. Whereas he prefaced his attempt with an, “I know”.

                  I am the product of an intact virtuous nuclear family – faithful husband, chaste wife, both with notch count of one. Isaac and Rebecca. That is part of why the human detritus snarling from the corners of the dark hate me so much. The bastard hates the heir.

                • quotidian says:

                  “P-please, leave me alone, I swear dat I didnu nuffin! I’m-a good boy!”

                  Keep flailing.

                • Koanic says:

                  Nonsense. I neither deny advocating violence, nor request that you cease your attacks. I merely correct your mischaracterization of my motives.

                  The more Millennials fall short of the mark, the better I look by comparison in Jehovah’s eyes. Fail on, I say.

                • NO U says:

                  Q: why do Beale’s Butt Boys always lie, project, and double down?

                  A: because they think everyone is as dense as they are, and won’t notice it.

                • jim says:

                  Vox Day is having enormous impact in the culture wars. His comics and books are selling.

                  Political correctness poisoned comics, prohibiting authors from writing stories that anyone is likely to care about.

                  So Vox Day stepped into the gap.

                • peppermint says:

                  The War between the States, the Wars in Europe, the Lindy Johnson’s gynocracy laws, Prohibition, FDR’s Social Security, and from 100 million men the best we can find and empower is our Emperor.

                  And the answer we get from our American historical view is more civil war, or race war disingenuously described as civil war, race war being only possible with the Chinese. Custer’s Last Stand was a colossal embarrassment and what kept Italy out of Abyssinia and Russia out of Constantinople was France and Britain.

                  What we actually need from a revolution is to replace the stupidity of war and anarchovapidalism with the Empire of Trump.

  16. chronic says:

    Koanic Soul must have a very convincing explanation why he doxxed himself as a “Non-Sapiens Neanderthal,” and why he has promoted violence on every platform he’s been on since 2011. We all want to hear it.

    • Koanic says:

      Because I was doing the same thing under my real name in college. Some men are not born cowardly slaves.

      • benevolent object says:

        Of course you did, bottom butt boy. Really puts the “fag” in “namefag.”

        People who advocate your hot-headed modus operandi are (invariably): mentally aberrant, federal agents, or perhaps mentally aberrant federal agents. Let’s leave it as an exercise for the reader to figure out which one is you.

        • Koanic says:

          There is nothing hot-headed about my MO.

          Those who are not willing to exercise the 1st Amendment for its intended function of advocating violent revolution, are also not willing to exercise the 2nd Amendment for its intended function of executing violent revolution.

          I imbibed American mythology with my mother’s milk. You are some sort of Euro-sodomite, and therefore cannot be expected to understand it.

          • A. Smith says:

            Hey kid.

            Wanna blow up a Federal building?

            • Koanic says:

              Hey moron,

              That is something one should obviously do by oneself.

              • Alrenous says:

                Hopefully, everyone above will mature at some point, and be extremely embarrassed by what they just wrote.

                • Koanic says:

                  Nice pose, like the cane.

                  I don’t have a problem with accepting legitimate enslavement. Joseph did so, and rose by merit.

                  However, the USA’s legitimacy rests upon a contradiction – a Constitution which it inverts. If the USA is legitimate, then I can exercise my #1A right to advocate violent revolution. If it is not legitimate, then I should exercise my #1A right to advocate violent revolution.

                  Leaving aside all the other reasons it is illegitimate, this paradox amuses me.

                  Don’t forget to thank McVeigh in your prayers tonight, for slowing the Clinton machine enough that Trump could win a semi-fair election and prevent the nuclear war. By the blood of the brave do cowards breathe.

                • peppermint says:

                  If the Constitution is sovereign, and allows cool enough people to plot against him, he is a feckless king and invites Jehovah’s wrath upon him and his people.

                • Koanic says:

                  Too true. Exercising my #1A right to advocate violent revolution is just a particularly pointed way of saying that the Constitution is cucked (and the USA blacked).

    • theshadowedknight says:

      War is coming. If not war, something very like it. When it comes, strength rules the day. If you want something, be ready to fight for it, or make a convincing demonstration to that effect. If you are not in favor of violence, then you have already lost.

      • jim says:

        We win by blackshirts, not brownshirts.

        Brownshirts are entropy, and with entropy, the left wins even if it loses.

        • Theshadowedknight says:

          I support organized violence, not outbursts of uncontrolled violence. Blackshirts indeed, but they must be ready for violence. Cannot have a pacifist warrior class. Ready and willing to apply violence, but not recklessly or carelessly.

          • jim says:

            Organized violence is one half of what state power needs. The other half is a synthetic tribe.

            A priesthood is a bunch of people who create and manage a synthetic tribe, thereby ensuring a large supply of reliable people.

            Hitler rode a holiness spiral to power, so had a large supply of nazis. He could put a nazi at the head of every boy scout troop, and promptly did so. Trump cannot even put a trumpist in charge of the FBI. Duterte has reliable and highly disciplined death squads, but still cannot bring the permanent government to heel.

            Perhaps Bolsanaro will be able to put a Christian at the head of every boy scout troop. We shall see.

            • theshadowedknight says:

              He lacks priests, which is true, but that is partly a problem of legitimacy. The current priesthood is doing their absolute best to delegitimize anyone that is a threat to their priestly power, which includes all Trump appointees, priest or not. In doing so, they are also destroying their own credibility and legitimacy, which works against them in the long term.

              It is a race to see if the permanent government can outpace their own delegitimization and act against Trump before their soft power collapses and they have to go for hard power. Perp walking Trump out of the White House versus the Secret Service arresting the judge that signed the warrant, the prosecutor, and the conspirators.

              Before you can use priests, you need warriors. Priests provide legitimacy to the rule of warriors. If we are to rule, and by we, I mean white male rightist warriors, then we need to have warriors. We can produce priests later.

  17. Calvin says:

    Hey Jim, you might want to do a post on Brazil’s new head honcho. Because the fire is rising pretty damn high down there.

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