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May 17 8 tweets 2 min read
I don't think it is "mysticism" in the modern sense that is needed now but an actual glimpse of the divine. You have been trained not to see the order beyond comprehension in nature and to mock super-nature. But it's all there, just under the surface and habitual distractions. New discoveries of the last century make this more and not less poignant. You were taught that physical things can explain themselves and the natural world has no real order or purpose within it that we can glimpse but do not fully understand. But this is an absurd lie.
May 16 4 tweets 1 min read
Blatant rhetorical tactic in our sub-literate age is the retarded EXTREME-Blame game, over & over again:

“Their words are violence. Their words cause people to die. They are like unto murderers.”

No attempt to even pretend to argue a position in many years from these quarters. Facts obviously don’t matter to them. But what’s more troubling is that we’ve long since passed the point where the audience and the highly miseducated “elites” don’t even know what an argument is or even what it looks like. It’s a functionally illiterate society, of course.
May 15 4 tweets 1 min read
If hearing that *white Americans are decreasing as a proportion of total pop. due to influx of millions of illegal immigrants* + *elites routinely celebrate & welcome it* = true cause of deranged people going on murderous rampages…the media & Democrats hAvE BlOoD oN ThEIr hAnDs! Of course, I deny the premise. I deny the “If”. This is all disgusting. The response to demonic tragedy is disgusting. The immediately use of the same to attack specific individuals & entities is disgusting. We have entered the late stage republic. We’re a declining civilization—
May 11 9 tweets 2 min read
Apr 28 7 tweets 2 min read
What I can’t remember the feel of anymore is taking any of the system’s credentialing apparatus & supposed elites seriously. I partly never did—was always coming at it as outsider due to upbringing, political-religious beliefs, & trad education all the way thru. But I remember: Say, shaking Ed Meese’s hand in the halls of DOJ as a kid, awed thinking how he was in charge of this whole huge hallowed place. Reagan Revolution had already won and gone mainstream. But DOJ stood for something real and vital and noble.

Almost impossible to recall that feel now
Apr 16 15 tweets 3 min read
Sad how many otherwise capable people in our philosophically & theologically ignorant, primitive age have been so miseducated they’ve no idea what so many of best minds over 1000s of yrs have even said about Christianity & (at best) know a cartoon history. Psy-op works like this: For all the talk/worship of reason in our time, or science, note that part of its redefinition in last few centuries was claim: reason & science can’t prove or resolve anything related to morality or how human beings should act. Idea is that all philosophy/theology is bullshit.
Apr 15 5 tweets 2 min read
Mar 9 6 tweets 1 min read
We are starting to plan an event next year that won’t be a big, confused show like CPAC but will include all the groups and people who get it and are trying to actually get things done. Smaller. Focused. More like a trade show. Not fake and performative. Less pathetic DC types. Goal is simply to invite everyone who sees how bad things are and is doing something serious about it to come together to commune/discuss what they are up and what should be done. Event will be heavier on culture and activism and lighter on pols and faces your grandma sees on Fox
Mar 3 10 tweets 3 min read
What the Ds have latched onto is a ruling class claim that anyone that opposes them opposes democracy itself. Trump did not introduce this dangerous and divisive rhetoric. His existence as a populist candidate outside of uniparty control scared the hell out of the people who did. This reaction to political realignment is leading to cultural realignment, as people who find themselves called insane names for wanting normal things for themselves & their families increasingly don't appreciate being called terrorists & murderers of grandma and democracy, etc.
Mar 2 4 tweets 2 min read
Republicans need to understand this:

"If Republicans do choose another candidate, they must do so in full confidence that he will embody Trump’s virtues. If not Trump, his positive qualities must be the standard by which we judge other candidates."

americanmind.org/salvo/trumps-v… Read @TomKlingenstein: "This enumeration of Trump’s virtues does not fully capture his uncommon courage and firmness of purpose. Trump is the most towering political figure in living memory. He has, like it or not, defined the politics of our age."
Feb 26 6 tweets 1 min read
The performative love for Ukraine on the part of western elites is sickening considering that they encouraged Ukraine into this situation w/o ever intending to defend it. Much of what we see now is a derivative of guilt that they project into strained anger and lame empathy. The rank hypocrisy of their climate policies while clinging to Russian energy they can’t even consider giving up is disgusting. Trump, as in so many things, was considered a barbarian because he asked obvious questions about all this to their faces.
Feb 23 7 tweets 2 min read
THREAD.

Many of the good people organizing the American trucker protest may have a naive boomer mindset that will soon be radically altered given what is about to happen: they will discover soon how bad things really are. Facebook has already dislodged one of their first online groups and the narrative that their noble effort is “foreign interference” is already sown. They are being monitored by big tech & the feds: this will intensify into various forms of persecution before vehicles turn on.
Feb 22 4 tweets 1 min read
This is the central key to understand the unraveling of the western world. Without God or an understanding of the soul or human beings as ordered towards virtues that fulfill them and make them happy, there is no basis for “human rights” but will and power. And this is indeed the understanding of our elites, if they even think this deeply about it.
Feb 20 6 tweets 1 min read
There are no experts. There is only habit and art formed by experience.

In the old philosophical meaning of those terms, which our so-called elites don’t even know.
Feb 13 5 tweets 1 min read
“Our sacred democracy” is threatened to its core by a guy with horns walking around the capitol.

“Our sacred democracy” must be protected by powerful people spying on their domestic political opponents and running media ops against them with the power of the state. The “qanon shaman” will be behind bars for years.

The powerful people who spied on and vilified Trump with outrageous manufactured lies will not.

This is “our democracy” in action.
Feb 10 4 tweets 1 min read
The shallowness and the PR/painted faces version of even what passes for intellectual life in this era disgusts me most. It’s not just the degeneracy and the coming apart, but no depth in an ocean of shallows as far as the eye can see. Intellectual movements today—even the better ones—are memes marshaled by mind-celebs who happened to stumble into reading a few older books and can point even vaguely towards larger truths that have been concealed by the idiocy.
Jan 28 4 tweets 1 min read
You realize, of course, that in any civilization worthy of the name all adults never mind parents knew that anyone who wanted little kids to talk about their sexual desires was a dangerous pervert that must be kept the hell away from children. Now that’s your elementary teacher. And you’re too chickenshit to protect your kids from systemic curricular pedophilia. Grown adults letting these freaks systemically talk with little kids about the sexual “orientation” and introduce them to aberrant sexual acts as part of their “education.”
Jan 28 7 tweets 2 min read
If they keep doing this, I’ll have to, imma set their app on fire… You absolute pieces of tyrannical shit @uber
Jan 26 8 tweets 3 min read
One of the most interesting stories of the last 2yrs is how many artists sold off their catalogues and how many large entities bought them. It's an attempt on the part of the big dogs to consolidate power as the old media models (and the old media and its audiences) slip away. But as @Cernovich points out, while they still can those larger entities will seek to use the artists as pawns & leverage their content for political & business purposes against the new media now threatening them. Which is partly why the old media is dying in the first place.
Jan 14 7 tweets 2 min read
R running for President should say this: “I welcome the creation of a new unit in the DOJ to counter domestic terrorism. The Biden administration is right to define them as ‘individuals…who seek to commit violent criminal acts in furtherance of domestic social/political goals.’” “It’s also true as Biden DOJ official said recently that “Domestic violent extremists are often motivated by a mix of ideologies and personal grievances…We have seen a growing threat from those who are motivated by racial animus.”
Jan 6 5 tweets 2 min read
J6 Truth takes, with a nod to @julie_kelly2 and @DarrenJBeattie/@Revolvermag.

1) Republican leaders who said and did nothing about the obvious, widespread, and historic bending of election rules nationwide—leaving Trump alone to speak about it—are ultimately to blame for J6. 2) There are only a few shocking aspects to J6: the first js that our own government tried to instigate and direct it and killed at least one, maybe two unarmed people.