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"Living? Our servants will do that for us." Paleocon, writer, and host of Restoring Order. Words in @ChroniclesMag @theamgreatness @NewAtlantisSun.
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Apr 15 4 tweets 1 min read
The internet is not real life. There is no real world "alliance" against Zionism involving Muslims and Christians. Israel is still well liked by conservatives. The idea that you need to first convince everyone to hate the Jews in order to, say, limit immigration is delusional. In order for this to be disproven, Muslims and Christians would need to begin voting similarly in the West. There would need to be political parties representing their interests. This is unlikely to happen because Muslims and Christians do NOT have shared interests.
Dec 2, 2023 19 tweets 8 min read
The NYT reports that in FY 2023, there were 503 air traffic control lapses categorized as “significant” – up 65% (!) from last year.

NYT cites overworked employees as the cause but leaves out the ongoing and dangerous agenda in the FAA to prioritize diversity over merit.

🧵 Image Previously, the FAA’s CTI program worked with 36 colleges to educate future air traffic controllers. These colleges offered 2 & 4 year degrees requiring courses in air traffic control and aviation administration.

It also employed a rigorous skills test.…
Jun 16, 2023 25 tweets 13 min read
The Post-Liberals

A cadre of conservative intellectuals who advocate for the "common good" have gained influence in recent years.

But since they’ve argued for vax mandates, fed infiltration of “conspiracy groups,” open borders, and "anti-racism," we should be wary of them.

🧵… ImageImageImage Let’s start with Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermeule.

Vermeule converted to Catholicism in 2016 and is a leading proponent of integralism, which seeks to integrate church and state. But his politics differ greatly from the reactionary Catholicism some on the right adhere to. ImageImage
Jun 15, 2023 4 tweets 1 min read
Hilarious how after Twitter began showing a tweet's view count a bunch of "serious" conservative pundits claimed they were getting throttled. No, your content is bad, you have no organic audience, and you only have a large follower count because you've been promoted by Con Inc. I have plenty of friends who went for the more conventional political route and are doing good work on the inside, so to speak. There's nothing wrong with that. And there's far more to politics than social media. Still – it's obvious the dissident right's energy is unique.
Jun 11, 2023 4 tweets 1 min read
Conservatives are correct to be outraged by the Pride flag being displayed centrally at the White House. However, as gross and ridiculous as these LGBT displays are, demographic change via mass immigration poses a far greater threat to America, as it is far harder to reverse. We can talk about both issues. The dissident right certainly does. But exclusive focus on the gay stuff often occludes the demographic/racial problem—or gets conservatives to conclude that we need mass third world immigration to make us trad again. Delusional thinking.
Jun 11, 2023 4 tweets 2 min read
“One ticket to the accelerationist meetup please.”

“I don’t see you on the list. Are you here to support the acceleration of technocapital?”

“The industrial revolution was a mistake.”

“I’m afraid you might be in the wrong place…”

“I am transgender.”

“Right this way.” ImageImage In all seriousness, Land’s writings on technology and politics surpass anything Kaczynski wrote. Clearly the more serious thinker of the two.
Mar 9, 2023 26 tweets 13 min read
Thousands of protestors and rioters have taken to the streets in Tbilisi, Georgia this week in opposition to controversial bill that would have cracked down on foreign influence.

Are these protests organic? A Western color revolution? Something else?

🧵 The bill in question was withdrawn by Georgia's ruling Dream party after days of unrest.

If passed, it would have required NGOs and media receiving more than 20% of their revenue from abroad to register as foreign agents – or face serious penalties.

Sounds reasonable to me! Image
Jan 25, 2023 5 tweets 1 min read
On behalf of everyone on Twitter, James, I am begging you to stop using the term Gnosticism as a catch-all phrase for everything you disagree with Gnosticism refers to a number of Christian heresies which generally view the material world as evil and the creation of a malevolent entity. Stating that man’s ultimate end is Heaven isn’t Gnosticism, it’s Christianity. Lol
Jan 20, 2023 6 tweets 2 min read
The people who read the NYT like trash like this. Their opposition to conservative media (whatever its faults) is mainly ideological. They'd take low brow lib media over high brow con media. Question worth asking is how leftism became high status -- wasn't always the case! Image Leftism isn't inherently high status. It is high status now because leftists took over institutions. Leftists haven't always controlled institutions. When conservatives controlled institutions (not just WH), successful people gravitated toward conservatism.
Jan 3, 2023 6 tweets 1 min read
I'll confess that the speakership debacle has largely escaped my attention. What are the odds we end up with a worse speaker? I get McCarthy's bad news – most of them are – but worse options of course exist. Not saying I’m against the McCarthy opposition, just wondering if any superior/realistic alternatives are available and if so who
Jan 3, 2023 5 tweets 1 min read
Crazy how Christians got it all wrong for thousands of years and needed secular liberals to come along and give us the "real" Christianity, which coincidentally is indistinguishable with liberalism The argument that "real" Christianity was historically suppressed by the cultural norms of Europe – and that the "real" Christianity is *finally* manifesting today since those cultural norms are eroding – is farcical beyond belief.
Nov 29, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
Believe it or not, America was far more socially conservative in the 19th century – yet the government was smaller. You don't need a massive bureaucracy to ban obvious evils like "trans youth" and critical race theory. You can wield state power without wildly expanding the govt. In fact, much of what we're against could only be created through managerialism. A healthy culture rarely needs an ever-expanding bureaucracy to maintain. It's instead those who seek to subvert the national order who require an army of bureaucrats to accomplish that goal.
Nov 4, 2022 32 tweets 11 min read
Who is Harley Pasternak, the man whom Kanye West has accused of trying to institutionalize him, drug him into oblivion, and take his kids away?

As it turns out, this "personal trainer" is connected to psychological operations, the Canadian military, and other strangeness...

Image Finding information on Harley has become complicated by recent events. For some odd reason, his Wikipedia page was altered after Kanye's tweet. I wonder why?

On the left is his current page – on the right the archived version from earlier today.

Notice anything missing? ImageImage