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Anon wandering the wastes of modernity. Glory to God.
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Jun 19 11 tweets 4 min read
Quick 🧵: Bioleninism is an absurdist philosophy, a psychic parasite which digs deeper and deeper into its host (whether it be man or nation) seeding poisonous ideas and suicidal ideation. Its zombie-like nature spurs on a perpetual need to venture out in search of new hosts. 1/ Bioleninism creates a thirst for destruction of all things good, healthy and normal, spreading itself continuously like a germ to achieve this goal. No nation or tribe as of yet has been capable of inoculating itself from the deleterious schemes of bioleninist infiltration. 2/
Jun 14 12 tweets 4 min read
Quick thread 🧵: Notice the phrasing, "I'm confident in the way the court handled this matter". He has no sense of ownership or responsibility. This is symptomatic of the massification of society, and the destruction of human communities by managerial parasitism. 1/ Managerialism transforms societies into mass factories, things to be merely managed and maintained by midwits like Hagan, who are beholden only to their own desire to maintain or grow their position within the system. To mere managers, people become mere stats to exploit. 2/
Jun 7 13 tweets 5 min read
Quick 🧵: Auron is spot on. Society is in a footrace between
The Regime: in its efforts to, deconstruct, manipulate, recreate society in their unholy "image"
Dissidents: in their efforts to expose the destruction and amass enough true support to dethrone the Regime 1/ Trump is, in this case, the ultimate accelerant. The CURRENT gambit is not yet in dethroning the Regime, but in exposing its mechanisms and camouflage, helping dissidents pull the wool off the eyes of the people before it's too late, before the Regime cauterizes. 2/ Image
May 28 11 tweets 4 min read
Quick 🧵: It's easy to forget just how totally insane the COVID years were. Hallucinogenic brainworms like floydism and safteyism infected society and changed its very DNA. Cultural rot was magnified x100 fold. Unbridled Regime acceleration. Extremely radicalizing. 1/ There is an irony in the use of a virus and an RNA shifting pseudo-vaccine as a sort of Freudian slip. The left wanted to infect and forcibly change society at its core structure, by subjugating the human spirit itself. In many ways they succeeded...but they also failed. 2/
May 22 9 tweets 3 min read
Quick 🧵: Open borders is a policy of genocide against Americans, presented as some complex, unsolvable Gordian Knot to prevent its repeal. Many policies are presented this way; as unknowable, mysterious problems requiring herculean efforts to reverse or repair. This is a lie. 1/ Libs and their sycophants will say "Oh we can't do that because of Congress, can't do that because of the funding process, can't do that because of the courts, can't do that because we need to preserve the institutional norms", and then celebrate when another one of us dies. 2/
May 20 12 tweets 5 min read
Quick 🧵: No one alive today has lived under a constitutional "founders" government. These systems have become albatrosses, hung by the Regime and its sycophantic enforcers around the necks of their enemies, traping you with talk of "principles" while stabbing you in the back. 1/ The Regime violates these "principles" repeatedly, every hour of every day, and some "principled" people think that you should just let it happen in order to service their own sense of moral superiority and pride. This behavior is exactly what the Founders warned us against. 2/

May 14 16 tweets 6 min read
Quick 🧵: The "migration benefits the economy" myth is unraveling before our eyes. As the Regime importats endless foreign mercenaries, the migration farce will accelerate, revealing it as nothing more than a vindictive policy of ethnic cleansing buoyed by parasitism. 1/ The Regime has admitted to importing at least tens of millions, and that's simply what we know of. The real number is likely much, MUCH higher, and at least half that force does nothing but mill around feeding off the system. This is an incalculable burden on citizens... 2/ Image
May 3 4 tweets 4 min read
DOOMERS: "The campus is taken. It is over."

ANONS: "You said this campus would never fall while your men defend it. They still defend it. They have been doxxed defending it!"

[Shrieks from blue haired leftists echo through the doors. The normies and boomers on college campuses cower in fear.]

ANONS: "Is there no other way for the normies and boomers to get out of the universities?"

DOOMERS: "..."

ANONS: "Is there no other way???"

CAMPUS PD: "There is one passage. It leads into the sports complex, and out to Greek Row. But they will not get far. The obese protesters are too many."

ANONS: "Send word for the normies and boomers to make for the pass through the sports complex to safety in Greek Row. And barricade the entrance!"

DOOMERS: "So much Soros funding. What can men do against such reckless hate?"

[The protestors keep trying to pick the doors to the university library with their nose rings, unsuccessfully. They wail in frustration at the cold pizza delivered by their NGO enablers because it isn't vegan.]

ANONS: "Ride out with me."

DOOMERS: "..."

ANONS: "Ride out and meet them!"

DOOMERS: "...for death and glory?"

ANONS: "For white boy summer. For your people."

WHITEPILLERS: "The sun is rising."

[ANONS scroll on X as the feed refreshes.]

FRAT BOYS: "Look to my coming at first light on the fifth day. At dawn, look to the East."

DOOMERS: "Yes.... Yes! The call of the white boy shall sound in the deep... one last time!"


[Chants of "USA USA" fill the air. Fat Marxist protesters begin crying uncontrollably.]

DOOMERS: "Let this be the hour when we draw swords together."

[The party brandishes their cell phone cameras.]

DOOMERS: "Fell deeds awake. Now for wrath. Now for ruin. And the red white and blue dawn!!"

[The doors to the school library break open.]

DOOMERS: "Forð Eorlingas!!!"


TRUMP: "It's like in the great stories, let me tell you America. The best ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were, bigly. And sometimes you didn't want to know the end, no you didn't. Because how could the end be, happy? How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened, so much bad I tell you."

[The blue-hairs flee Ole Miss. The frat boys shout in victory about SEC titles. Slogan signs and cheap keffiyehs slide down the streets, washed away by spring rains.]

TRUMP: "But in the end, it's only a passing thing, this shadow, a little passing shadow. Teeny tiny. Even darkness must pass. A new day will come. And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer, the clearest let me tell you. And in that sun we will make America Great Again."

[Public opinion begins to turn against the Regime.]

TRUMP: "Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something, maybe not as much as me, I know, but still something. Even if you were too small to understand why. But I think, America, I do understand. I know now. Folks in those stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn't, no sir, they didn't, they could have, but they didn't. Because they were holding on to something."

AMERICANS: "What are we holding on to?"

[Trump starts doing his rally dance.]

TRUMP: "That there's some good in this world, that we will make America Great again. And it's worth fighting for."Image
@MiddleearthMixr I humbly offer you this post my brother, my captain, my king
Apr 29 11 tweets 4 min read
Quick 🧵: The institutions typically entrusted with the care of citizens at various stages of life have become openly hostile, incompetent, and dangerous. At its core, this represents resource competition between the Regime and oppositional elements within society. 1/ Our lives are built entirely around accumulating enough resources to escape the consequential carnage of the Regime's revolution, to insulate your family/self from it. Dumb doctors, tr00ns in school, criminal streets, racialized judges, faulty airplanes, lost knowledge, etc. 2/
Apr 28 20 tweets 6 min read
Quick 🧵: Replacing the entire population of a civilization with third world schizos who hate that civilization doesn't "save" it from ruin. It kills it faster. This is fundamentally a problem of the economic brainwashing of "numbers only go up". This is wrong. 1/ Low birth rates are indeed a crisis of epic proportions, and Elon is right to notice it. But he misdiagnoses the solution. We need to be figuring out the spiritual, cultural, environmental and economic conditions that are causing low birth rates and fix them from the inside. 2/ Image
Apr 24 16 tweets 6 min read
Quick🧵: When normies, moderates, GOPers, etc. notice things like the Columbia protests, it often feels like they never get the urgency. Dissidents sigh and go "we told you so". But remember that every time moderates are forced to see this stuff, they're further radicalized. 1/ They may not take the strongest action, or respond in the precise way we want them to, but they DO get further radicalized towards our cause. As a result, they're willing to dip their toes into right wing power and try new things, albeit often very timidly about doing so. 2/
Apr 22 13 tweets 4 min read
Quick 🧵: Libs have this religious need to live out their fantasy of being "Le oppressed resistance fighter taking on the man" (despite the fact they actually control all of our major societal institutions) so they conjure up insane scenarios to justify this fantasy. 1/ This is a pretty common dynamic in modern politics. As leftists have infiltrated and taken over major corporations, government agencies, schools, entertainment, the legal system, media and other institutions, they've naturally become more and more obsessed with power. 2/
Apr 19 11 tweets 5 min read
Quick 🧵: Kingdom of Heaven is such a fantastic example of how aesthetics, when done right, will win out every time in hearts and minds, and how artistic mediums such as film (like any art) will have its greatest impact in ways its creators often aren't able to predict. 1/ The aesthetics of Kingdom of Heaven are so well conceived and executed that they completely overpower the film's modernist subplot. As a result, it is remembered for these qualities, which undermine the tepid modernist messaging shoehorned into an otherwise compelling story. 2/

Apr 17 15 tweets 5 min read
Quick 🧵: This Speaker has been a classic GOP bait-and-switch. Comes in, talks a big game, immediately does a complete 180, starts funding Regime pet projects, warmongering with the Intel agencies, etc. Blackmailed maybe? Who knows. But let's talk about controlled opposition. 1/ First we shouldn't pretend Speaker Johnson was going to be some based populist. He's essentially Mike Pence in the House. These are not people from "our" movement. Rather, these are people who walk the same halls of power as libs and have been corrupted by their influence. 2/
Apr 16 12 tweets 4 min read
Quick 🧵: In many ways we already live in a 3rd world country, it's just isolated to certain pockets. Our entire lives are ordered around it. We spend most of our time working to accumulate enough wealth to escape it. This is the Regime's raison d'eter: "power and punishment". 1/ People choose en masse to endure the misery of long commutes for this reason. They spend all their money, and incur massive debts on overpriced homes in the suburbs, building castles far in the distance for fear of the insidious and infectious spread of Regime-enacted chaos. 2/
Apr 12 16 tweets 5 min read
THREAD🧵: It's not so shocking when you realize Democrats view student loan forgiveness as simple patronage. This essentially serves as a bailout and an excuse for universities to continue price gouging at the expense of tax payers and students through two avenues: 1/
Image 1) Price Inflation. This guarantees a steady price increase to help match the profit goals of the institutions. As people worry about attendance in schools, the schools make up the difference by increasing the price of their products. 2/ Image
Apr 5 16 tweets 5 min read
Quick 🧵: Since our economy has been transformed into a cartelized financial scheme rather than an open market, there isn't any true competition that can break this cycle of price hikes, lagging wages, shrinkflation, inflation, automation, sameness, and quality decline. 1/ All so-called "competitors" do the same thing because the economic competition isn't actually in the products themselves, which have been made into a uniform slate of false "choices", but rather, all competition is on the financial side: stocks and investments. 2/
Mar 30 19 tweets 7 min read
Quick🧵: libs think they'll just be voyeurs of whatever "happens", watching safely from their bug pods, with all the trappings of material consumerism, ordering Uber Eats and watching Netflix adaptations about diverse girl bosses outside slaughtering their enemies for them. 1/
Image Ever since @myth_pilot posted this it's been on my mind. We all feel something is coming, but we feel it in different ways and for different reasons. The right feels a palpable inevitability to the decline by having to witness things they once loved be repeatedly destroyed. 2/
Mar 19 8 tweets 5 min read
My Dune 2 Review:
What's so funny to me about Dune 2 is that the aesthetics of the film completely undermine this at every turn. People would simply rather have a purposeful life, believing in someone great and in some purpose bigger than themselves. It's also just cooler and way more fun. Who doesn't want to go on a holy war across the universe with their mates, to free their people from ancient foes?

Stilgar is happy to follow Paul, willing to give his life to something greater. And he's having a blast the whole time. Meanwhile, Chani just scowls the whole time. She's miserable, angry, petulant, and unsatisfied. She's empty. It's just more fun to ride with Lisan al Gaib and his merry band of destiny-believers.

The northern Fremen (with their narcissistic atheism and judgemental belief system) have waged a futile resistance for years. It isn't until Paul gets there and inspires belief that they actually begin to have real success and turn the tide. How is that not destiny? It proves the faith of the southern Fremen, who are judged and looked down upon by the northern brothers and sisters. It proves that belief is simply... better. It proves that purpose matters. While Stilgar is mocked at the start of the film, by the end you can't help but cheer and believe alongside him. The momentum gathers around the believers, not the faithless, who are quickly pushed into a supporting role.

The best part is, by the end of the film, you simply stop caring about Chani. She's reduced to a mere speed bump on the crescendo of the plot and the greatness of Paul's prophetic rise and acceptance of fate. She doesn't even matter by the climax. We're watching brilliant atomic blasts, skyscraper sized sand worms, and epid duels for the future of the universe, and we're supposed to care about her pouting? She believes only in herself. How timid and miniscule. Paul has grown beyond her perspective and her small mind. So have we, by the beautiful accident of Villeneuve's cinematic aesthetics, which prove there are things far greater than ourselves out there.

The momentum of aesthetics leaves the stand-in for modernity's narcissistic smallness, Chani, lagging far behind. The audience, like everyone else in the film, is caught up in the magnetic appeal of Paul's promised destiny. We cheer for the vengeance of the Atreides. We are thrilled by the downfall of the corrupt emperor. We are joyous of the victory over petty administrative narcissism. We are swept away by the glory of the coming holy war, and the implications of fulfilling a prophecy centuries in the making. What's more human than that?

Answer: absolutely nothing. That's why it's fun. There are no modern values, no judgmental superiority, no "progress" to be made that will ever top man's innate desire for adventure, greatness and purpose. And I think that it's pretty awesome that the film bears this out, even if it's unintentional. "Noooo! You can't like charismatic messianic figures!!! They're dangerous!!!"
What's dangerous is sitting around moping all day, believing in nothing, watching the world pass you by as your people are exterminated by the slow march of time and parasitic bloodlust of your enemies
Mar 17 26 tweets 9 min read
THREAD🧵: Sick of being told that these leeches are "desperately in need" despite all evidence pointing to the contrary. They consistently come to our shores, $1000 iPhones in their hands and $1500 parkas on their shoulders, seeking one thing: power. Let's discuss. 1/ They travel all this way not because they have to, but because they want to. These people are just parasites. Their angry lash outs and entitled attitude bear this out repeatedly. Their existing possessions prove they are anything but "in need". But that's the point. 2/
Mar 10 11 tweets 4 min read
THREAD🧵: Every action of this paranoid Regime hastens the death of the natural order. They scream about "climate" as a pretext to destroy it. They harp about "health" while poisoning us with chemicals. They preach about "tolerance" while ethnically cleansing their enemies. 1/10 They obsess about "pleasure" while dulling people's senses with frivolity. They lecture about "peace" while proudly courting war. They talk of "freedom" while imprisoning dissidents. They yell about "conservation" while chopping our pristine forests. 2/ Image