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Up the Rabbit Vortex: An Interview with B.W. Rabbit

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B.W. Rabbit, a writer for many years, currently blogs at the white nationalist site Xenophobe.net [now AltLeft.com] and can be found on Twitter @cisrabbit [now @Alt_Left]. In this candid interview, he speaks with Aryan Skynet about blacks, Jews, the cultural context of his developmental influences, 9/11, Glenn Close, and robots. His answers are always engaging and – this writer admonishes – sure to cause controversy among our readers. Enjoy!

RCvK: How did you come to call yourself “B.W. Rabbit”? Is this intended to convey common cause with Horus the Avenger?

Rabbit: “Rabbit” was an early moniker I used on the internet starting around 2001. It was named after the character’s from John Updike’s famous novel, Rabbit, Run. That has always been an important book for me, and I’ve read it several times (including once when I was recovering from scrotum surgery.) There is a little known 70’s film version of it featuring James Caan, which was what originally inspired me to read the book after it aired one time in the middle of the night on UPN Starlight Theater in 1997. It’s also a reference to the “White Rabbit” from the 1972 movie version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland which starred Fiona Fullerton. This used to air a lot on HBO in the early-mid 80s, possibly coinciding with Fullerton’s re-emergence in the spotlight as a Bond girl in A View To A Kill. Also, I do use it to some degree show some solidarity with Horus the Avenger from White Rabbit Radio. He’s into some weird stuff, but he’s a good ally, extremely talented . . . one of the best we’ve got.

RCvK: Is Xenophobe.net your first blog and is “B.W. Rabbit” your first online incarnation or have you previously written under another identity?

Rabbit: Xenophobe is not my first blog, not by a mile. I’ve been a prolific blogger and internet writer since 2001. I started out writing poetry in the summer of 1995 and mailing it out to literary magazines(the old school way of getting something published.) I had some  obscure stuff get accepted into some national “artsy” kind of magazines like Plazm (a mag which is still around!) Anyhow, nearly 20 years later, I started Xenophobe.net because my other writing started to become more popular and I wanted to voice my opinions on more controversial topics without having to be cryptic. I also wanted to take more of an active role.

RCvK: How did you come to be – as the saying goes these days – redpilled on race?

Rabbit: I never really had a “red pill” moment I don’t think. It was a slow transition mostly from growing up at the height of the 1970s-80s multicultural window, when most of us believed we were working toward a “color blind” society. Over time I began to realize that very few blacks or Hispanics were interested in a color blind society and that only whites were the ones trying to view people by the content of their character. Despite having been a skater in the 90s and aping many elements of black culture to fit in, deep down I always hated it and wished I didn’t have to associate with any of it. Even in 1992, I was nostalgic for 1983 white culture. The difference was that visibly apparent already. Moving to Los Angeles in the late 90s was the closest to a “Red pill” moment I ever had. It was a completely third world situation, with a few pockets of gentrified gay neighborhoods and ultra-wealthy show business enclaves. It was totally depressing to see how a once great city had been ruined by third world immigration and feral blacks. In my head I thought, “We can’t let this happen everywhere else. We have to stop it!” That is still a thought I have to this day. Our cities keep falling, but somewhere we’ve got to hold the line against these barbarians.

RCvK: Is Xenophobe.net now your blog exclusively, or will Mike Donovan be writing more posts in the future? What is your connection with Donovan and what can you tell us about him?

Rabbit: Originally, Xenophobe was going to be a group blog. I had a partner that I know in real life who is a rather prominent person, but he wanted to post as a fake “radfem” troll author. He just kind of got busy with other projects. I’m hesitant to let people write on this site, because it’s my own distinct brand . . . and if you don’t know someone personally in these circles you really have no idea what kind of psycho you might be dealing with and what kind of drama you may be inviting. Donovan helps to promote posts and stuff through Twitter, but I’m not sure if he plans on writing. He’s a shock troop of the resistance. Nothing more.

Whassssuuuup?

Take me to your community organizer.

RCvK: Xenophobe.net appropriates science fiction imagery regularly and you frequently draw on this genre for references and inspiration in writing your essays. Is the idea to approach white nationalism as a futurist trend rather than as a dusty traditionalism?

Rabbit: Strictly speaking, I’m not a traditionalist. I find that a lot of hardcore trad conservatives and reactionaries long for some kind of eternal, “Oregon Trail” society. Everything I admire about Europeans has to do with their incredible technological achievements and pioneering spirit. Some people want to harness that spirit by actually going back to a kind of homesteading, literal pioneer lifestyle. I call these types “Little House On The Praireactionaries” or LHOTPR for short. I’m more into national futurism or reactionary modernism, where we retain the mindset of older times, but have it manifest within a highly technologically advanced and civilized society. I use a lot of classic science fiction references, because I believe in bold visions of the future, and the golden age of science fiction is where they can be found. People like Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, etc., were visionaries way ahead of their time and apparently, ours.

Metal health'll drive you racist.

Metal health’ll drive you racist.

RCvK: Simultaneously, you evince a great deal of pop culture nostalgia. Are nostalgia and identitarianism intimately related phenomena? What is your favorite decade and why?

Rabbit: Yes! One of the problems I have with ethnats is that they tend to use all this strange and creepy imagery that almost no one except total freaks would identify with (though it can be fun to throw down a swastika every now and then for a bit of horrorism.) I use a lot of nostalgic pop culture stuff, because I want to demonstrate to people that these things we cherish from our childhood are part of “white” or European American culture. Most people don’t associate shows like Hart to Hart and Charlie’s Angels with white identitarianism, but they should. I want to open people’s eyes that everything they love about their past, their childhood, their cultural identity, etc., is going away or in many cases is already gone. It was all so innocent. Even if we tend to over romanticize the past due to nostalgic biases, the stuff that is replacing our culture really is shit. Like shittier than the worst 80s cock rock music video.

RCvK: Where were you on 9/11 and what do you remember about that day? What, in your view, is the significance of 9/11 for whites specifically and for pro-white advocacy as a movement?

Rabbit: On 9/11, I was actually watching reruns of America’s Funniest Home Videos (Bob Saget version) on the WB. For some reason, they never interrupted the programming. I didn’t find out about it until much later in the day when I attempted to go to the mall, and it was inexplicably closed. Then I went to another mall, and it was also closed. I stopped into Cousins’ (a sub sandwich chain) to get something to eat before work that evening, and the teenage employees were listening to the news on the radio. I asked them what was going on, and they told me about the attacks. I was glued to the news for months after that. The most significant thing about 9/11 to me was the lack of will to rebuild the towers, and the reasoning people gave for not rebuilding them was pathetic. Had we just rebuilt them quickly, it would have exposed the terrorists as being a mere nuisance, like taggers whose graffiti masterpiece was painted over the next day. We didn’t do that though, so it is what it is.

Precious 9/11 memories

Precious 9/11 memories

RCvK: How far down the rabbit hole is too far for you? Are you open to the interpretations of twenty-first century history offered by such figures as Christopher Bollyn, Victor Thorn, and Michel Chossudovsky? Would white nationalists do better to distance themselves from such controversial areas of investigation? 

Rabbit: No, I’m not into trutherism. I’m generally skeptical of conspiracy theories in general. Conspiracy theorists tend to hang out in their own circle jerks. Their videos and claims seem persuasive when examined uncritically, but much of it has been debunked if you dig around and seek out the counter arguments. Conspiracy types don’t do this though, because they’re not really looking for “the truth.” They’re looking for a “bombshell reveal” and strain to position things to fit their narrative.

I used to be heavily into researching the Zodiac killer case. There were so many people who, once they had found their “pet suspect,” they would literally try to twist every tiny piece of evidence to point to their suspect being the killer, no matter how far fetched (Gareth Penn was a great example of this.) One should look at facts and let those lead you to the suspect, rather than have a pre-ready suspect and try to make the facts lead you to it.

[Rabbit suggests readers visit debunking911.com]

One of the reasons I’m hesitant to call myself a white nationalist is because I have trouble taking people seriously if they believe this stuff . . . but an ally is an ally. One doesn’t have to believe Israel was behind 9/11 to recognize they try to manipulate us into getting involved in their wars. They do it right out in the open. There’s enough material to convince rational people without resorting to trutherism.

RCvK: What is the single most powerful force shaping global events today?

Rabbit: I would say idiots being allowed to have children as well as the third worlding of formerly advanced civilizations. Globalized capitalism is a large component of this as well. The willingness of Western elites and their well meaning subjects to sacrifice their culture in the name of both superficial greed and pathological altruism is destroying everything I find worthwhile in humanity.

RCvK: Are capitalism and communism fundamentally distinguishable systems, or are these ideologies, as Yockey suggests, merely two sides of a single materialistic coin?

Rabbit: Don’t know really. My biggest issues with communism is that the newer communists aren’t racist enough, and also that they have a tendency to idealize a primitive society of peasant farmers and what Heinlein referred to as “back to nature cults”. It would seem to me that if commies wanted to oppose capitalism and promote a “living wage” they might be more active in stopping immigration, but noooooo.

RCvK: Rate the following women on a scale from one to ten:  Marine Le Pen, Greta Van Susteren, Glenn Close, Elizabeth Warren, Sarah Palin, Connie Chung, Susan Sarandon, and Joy Behar.

9

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7

Glenn Close was bangin’ in the 80s especially in Jagged Edge and Fatal Attraction. I remember when I saw Fatal Attraction, I was like “Man, he should just leave his wife to be with her. She’s psycho, but she’s hot and obviously way into him. He’s already cheated anyway.”) The rest of those broads are all ones in my book.

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RCvK: What is “orcbrand”/#ORx, and what is your affiliation with it?

Rabbit: OrcBrand is made up of some of my AltRight friends online. It began as sort of a shitposting group but has almost evolved into an actual thing, much like ColorCabal. Internet movements begin in strange ways.

RCvK: In your review of Starship Troopers (1997), you make a dismissive reference to “creepy Hitler worship” and in “Postcards from Xenophobia“, you express frustration with “real life neo-nazis” who attack you because you “don’t openly embrace Hitler and nazi symbols” (italics added). Do you privately embrace such iconography? In “Reactionary Pinball“, you say of National Socialist nostalgia, “I’ll admit it’s growing on me a bit.” Please clarify or elaborate.

Rabbit: When I first took the Nestea Plunge into Ethnat circles, I was totally freaked out by Nazi imagery . . . and I was already pretty racist to begin with. People are so conditioned to find that stuff abhorrent, that it even affects race realists like me somewhat. I’ve gotten used to it though and even embrace it to some degree. I prefer Italian Fascism and Futurism (though definitely with the German military.) I admire a great deal about the Nazis. I think they could have built an incredible civilization had they focused outward into space rather than trying to conquer half the world. It was perhaps the biggest waste of talent and intelligence the world has ever seen.

RCvK: What is your stance on the Jewish Question?

Rabbit: About twelve years ago, I was huge neocon. I didn’t really become Jew-wise until a few years ago. I have worked for a lot of them, and it’s amazing how true the stereotypes are. They really are the shrewdest, sneakiest negotiators. It’s just like you see in the memes. “Oh you’d like a quantity discount? I’m sorry the price just went up actually, but I’m feeling generous so I can still give you the old price.” That’s a majorly Jewish tactic, to act as though they’re paining themselves to do you a favor or give you a great deal, when in reality you’re being had . . . seriously I once had dinner with a friend and his Jewish wife, and she made a huge deal about being overcharged 25 cents on the bill! (the menus hadn’t been updated to reflect the new price of the item.) She actually made the waitress remove the charge from the bill. It was really embarrassing for me. The whole time I was thinking “Really? Could you be any more stereotypically Jewish?” They love to do the divide and conquer as well, promoting multiculturalism every chance they get. I can’t say that I hate all Jews, though. I mean c’mon, Peter Sellers was great! I also maintain friendships with a few AltRight Jewish people. Some of them are pro-white, and they don’t even really realize that they’re “Jewish” in the way that we see them. They’re not conscious of what Jews do, so it’s tough to fault them for it. Some of them genuinely want to be our allies in the battle against barbarism and they’re really not aware of these stereotypes. They are surprised to enter reactionary circles and find themselves despised. It’s their first exposure to it. What to do? I don’t have an answer except to be vigilant when dealing with them and watch for any tricks or fast moves.

Konigsberg's Secret

Konigsberg’s Secret

RCvK: What is Neoreaction’s utility to pro-white advocates? Does this movement, to the extent that it can be characterized as such, have a productive future ahead of it?

Rabbit: Too early to say, but I think at the very least Neoreaction will hopefully produce a body of thought that will influence a future society to become something more pro-European than the current one.

RCvK: Which participant in the broad field comprising the New Right, Neoreaction, Dark Enlightenment, or Alternative Right is doing the best work and the most good for whites at present?

Rabbit: All of them really. To narrow it down, I would say AltRight publications like TakiMag are the most effective because they are attracting fence-sitting conservatives and peeling them away from the establishment. People don’t just go from 0 to 14/88. There are levels. Black rioting and behavior in recent years has done more for the cause of white separatism than any of us ever could have. It sure makes our job easier. All we have to do is say, “My God! Look at them. Do you want to live in a city filled with people doing things like this?”

RCvK: Briefly, what are your feelings toward Alf, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Madonna?

Rabbit: Was never a big fan of the show Alf. If we’re talking 80s shows then Hart to Hart and Magnum PI are where it’s at. Netanyahu is a leader for his people, but he is sneaky and always trying to con us into fighting his enemies. Thanks but no thanks. I’ve been hearing that Iran is six months away from getting a nuke for the last thirteen years. I still don’t give shit even if it were true. I can sing along with Madonna’s 80s jams like “Borderline” but the newer stuff I can’t stand. Most of the music I like is older than that. I prefer more of the quasi-communist music of 60s and 70s. I’ll take Claudine Longet over Madonna any day

RCvK: Who would win a no-holds-barred cage match: Daily Stormer‘s Andrew Anglin or Johnny Five from Short Circuit?

Andrew Anglin: ready to rumble

Andrew Anglin: ready to rumble

Rabbit: Johnny Five, especially if he had his laser. Never bet against a well programmed robot. Forget Short Circuit, though. If we’re talking killer robot preferences, I’ll take Hector from Saturn 3 . . . Yul Brynner’s character in Westworld was pretty badass . . . I suppose a proper Neoreactionary would choose the Black Knight from Medievalworld. But I’m a little too modernist for that. I mean, I love abstract art even.

RCvK: The Aryan race thanks you for your time.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

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33 comments on “Up the Rabbit Vortex: An Interview with B.W. Rabbit

  1. icareviews
    April 28, 2015

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  2. Hipster Racist
    April 28, 2015

    Their videos and claims seem persuasive when examined uncritically, but much of it has been debunked if you dig around and seek out the counter arguments. Conspiracy types don’t do this though, because they’re not really looking for “the truth.” They’re looking for a “bombshell reveal” and strain to position things to fit their narrative.

    It’s non-arguments like these that lead me to characterize 9/11 truth as a “taboo.” He says “much of it” has been “debunked” but it hasn’t, he is simply ignorant of both the official narrative as well as most of the evidence collected by the truth movement – most people are. I’m sure he couldn’t even name anyone prominent in the 9/11 truth movement.

    Typically, someone sees a video, then looks for “debunking material” – which is as voluminous as it is unconvincing. He has cognitive dissonance when confronting how unscientific and non-factual his received 9/11 narrative is, thus goes to “debunking” material to find that “bombshell reveal” – a “debunking” of some trivial speculation on a website somewhere – that eases the cognitive dissonance. Since some trivial detail on some website was “debunked,” he has no need to actually look at the evidence.

    [Rabbit suggests readers visit debunking911.com]

    An entire website full of strawmen. Why not actually read the real claims of the 9/11 truth movement first?

    http://www.ae911truth.org/

    Anybody can do what debunking911.com does – find silly crap like Judith Woods or some website somewhere and “debunk” it – meanwhile, actually ignore the real evidence.

    Good god, I wouldn’t mind if people just admitted they “don’t know.” Just stay neutral. This pretense of people pretending to know what they are talking about when they clearly don’t is obvious and maddening.

    The reality is, serious, educated, well informed people have put their careers and even their lives on the line to lay out the facts of the 9/11 false flag. Dr. Steven Jones, Dr. Neils Harritt, Dr. David Ray Griffin, architect Richard Gage, Presidential Medal of Science winner Dr. Lynn Margulis, even high levels members in the US military intelligence establishment, such as 30 year NSA veteran William Binney or Lt. Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, former U.S. Air Force Director of Advanced Space Programs.

    All these people are usually ignored as faux-skeptics read some “conspiracy theory website,” find some incorrect speculation (of which there are many) then the “debunking” material that eases their cognitive dissonance.

    Also, in sociological terms, it’s typical to try to find some group that you can feel superior to: “racists” “anti-semites” “conspiracy theorists” etc. Amren feels superior to the “anti semite conspiracy theories” while the “no such thing as race” crowd feels superior to the “scientific racists” of Amren, etc.

    My teenage niece is convinced that the “reality shows” are “real” because she can’t tell the difference between improvisational acting and “real life.” In a similar fashion, most whites cannot tell the difference between “reality” and “TV news.” In fact, this has been studied, and I learned the trick in high school – use fewer cuts, swipes, technical events, and people no longer believe they are watching a “tv show” thus think the news is “real.”

    That’s why The Onion is so funny, it plays on this line.

    Whites have been selected for gullibility, that’s why they believe nonsense such as “there’s no such thing as race.” It’s why political consulting firms can pretty much predict exactly what a voter will vote for. Hilariously, those who consider themselves skeptical often are the most gullible and the least skeptical. Most people’s reality is socially constructed, this has also been studied by neurologists.

    Ah well, it’s somewhat hopeless. I don’t really expect Whites will survive as anything other than a rump population anyway. I’m not doing this out of hope, merely for my own amusement.

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    • icareviews
      April 28, 2015

      I was disappointed in Rabbit’s answer to that one, obviously, but to be perfectly honest I was more aghast at his inexplicable dismissal of Susan Sarandon as a “1”.

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    • B.W. Rabbit
      April 29, 2015

      The thing is, I have read a great deal of the truthers’ claims. I simply don’t find them persuasive. There are counters for every single one of those videos. Instead of calling someone ignorant because they didn’t reach the same conclusion that you did, just accept that they didn’t reach the same conclusion. I’m not emotionally invested in who is at fault for 9/11 one way or the other, so I am able to examine it without any bias. 9/11 truthers start out with the conclusion base on how they already feel about the suspects. That’s not how it’s supposed to work.

      http://skepdic.com/911conspiracy.html
      http://www.911myths.com/index.php/A_truckload_of_explosives

      It also doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Why would they blame the attacks on Saudis, Egyptians, etc… our allies rather than actual enemies they would have wanted to star a war with? What a waste! They would have done it in a way that made Iraq or Iran or Syria look responsible. So you’re asking me to believe they pulled off this massive secret operation, but failed to incorporate the most basic logic. Why would Tower 7 even need to be bombed at all? No additional effect was required at that point. It would have been completely pointless and an added risk.

      This is why people don’t take trutherism seriously, because it doesn’t withstand scrutiny even at the surface level. I’m not going to go as far as to say I think it’s impossible. I just don’t find anything I’ve seen remotely persuasive, and it’s not for lack of looking. When you see the remarkably unscientific methodology used by truthers(ie. youtube videos as “proof”) it sets off alarm bells.

      However, our disagreement on this issue does not particularly concern me much, since our policy prescription is probably the same anyway. For what it’s worth HR, your blog is the ONLY truther blog I like.

      Sorry I had to disappoint you, but I mean…I was asked about it so I responded honestly.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 29, 2015

        9/11 truthers start out with the conclusion base on how they already feel about the suspects.

        That’s the thing, conspiracy theories are like any other theories. All are false except, at most, one. In fact, the link you point to, about the reports of a truck full of explosives, is such a great example of phoney “debunking.”

        There WERE reports of a van full of explosives. There WERE reports of a van that tested positive for explosive residue. There WERE “retractions” later. All that is true.

        That is a tiny piece in a massive amount of evidence. The actual truthers, like David Ray Griffin, have documented those exact claims, including the retractions. But you’ll notice these debunkers aren’t arguing with Griffin, it’s unnamed “websites.”

        Therefore, some unnamed website only mentioned 2/3s of some subplot, therefore “truthers” have been debunked.

        It doesn’t even rise to the level of an argument, and it’s a rejection of the Principle of Charity which indicates these “debunkers” aren’t interested in establishing truth, it’s merely an exercise in propaganda.

        OK, you saw some videos, but you almost certainly have never read the actual case, such as David Ray Griffin’s work, or even read Bollyn’s work, correct?

        So just admit it, “hey I watched a few videos and read a website or two, wasn’t immediately convinced, and didn’t look into it further.”

        That would be truth and honest I suspect.

        It’s like an anti-racist saying, “yeah I read stormfront and it said all niggers are retarded, then I read a site showing some intelligent black men, therefore race doesn’t exist.”

        Why would they blame the attacks on Saudis, Egyptians, etc… our allies rather than actual enemies they would have wanted to star a war with?

        They blamed the attack on Osama Bin Laden and his Al Qaeda network, and invaded Afghanistan – which they had been preparing to invade since the first day of the Bush administration. “Since this, why not this” – it’s all a bunch of speculative bullshit by people who are clearly not actually familiar with much aside from the “debunkers.”

        Just say it – “I don’t know much about 9/11” – that’s all you have to do. There no shame in not knowing.

        This is why people don’t take trutherism seriously, because it doesn’t withstand scrutiny even at the surface level.

        No, that would be false. People don’t take “trutherism” seriously because they are ignorant of the facts.

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      • icareviews
        April 29, 2015

        “Why would Tower 7 even need to be bombed at all? No additional effect was required at that point. It would have been completely pointless and an added risk.”

        One motive would be that Tower 7 contained Giuliani’s Emergency Command Center on its 23rd floor, which some suggest may have served its purpose on 9/11, providing as it did a perfect view of the day’s action through bomb-resistant windows.

        Another and arguably more interesting motive might be suggested by the following:

        “Large numbers of case files for ongoing investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) were reportedly destroyed in the collapse. The Los Angeles Times reported that ‘substantial files were destroyed’ for 3000 to 4000 of the SEC’s cases. The EEOC reported that documents for 45 active cases were destroyed. 3 Before the attack, SEC investigations of corporate fraud by companies such as Enron and Worldcom were the subject of many news reports — reports that virtually vanished in the wake of the attack.”

        Still a further motive is that “WTC7’s developer and lease-holder, Silverstein Properties, and WTC7’s mortgage-holders, the Blackstone Group, Banc of America Securities, and General Motors Acceptance Corporation, received a Court-awarded amount of $861 million dollars from Industrial Risk Insurers in February 2002.”

        http://911review.com/attack/wtc/b7.html

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      • clytemnestra57
        April 29, 2015

        I think it’s a si following the money and asking oneself, “Cui bono?”

        The person most which comes to mind as benefiting is Larry Silverstein in what is a most spectacular example of “Jewish Lightening” in history. On July 24, 2001, Larry Silverstein bought three buildings that would have incurred great expense for asbestos eradication. He obviously was aware of the World Trade Center Bombing of 1993, so it only made sense for him to insure those buildings for terrorism. And I’m sure that it was just an amazingly lucky coincidence that his wife had scheduled an appointment with his dermatologist for him the very morning the attacks on September 1, 2001 occurred. I wish I could get him to pick out my lottery tickets for me.

        The hold-up on rebuilding was actually Mr. Silverstein haggling with the insurance companies over payout. Silverstein wanted double 7.1 billion (double the payout the insurance companies were willing to give, because he maintained there were two attacks while they were trying to say it was only one). They reached a compromise agreement of 4.55 billion.

        Can’t say for sure that FEDGOV was in the planning stage of what very much reminds me of the controlled demolitions of the old casinos in Las Vegas, but they wasted no time in pronouncing it terrorism and exploiting it with the Patriot Act and attacking Iraq.

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    • oogenhand
      April 29, 2015

      “I don’t really expect Whites will survive as anything other than a rump population anyway.”

      ANY race can be gutted by slave morality. Look how Christian Arabs and Christian Africans are genocided by Muslim Arabs and Muslim Africans. If ISIS succeeds in eradicating Christianity, Christians will be forced to give up their pacifism, or disappear. In either case Whites will get their hands free to follow their survival instinct.

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  3. Hipster Racist
    April 28, 2015

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    A decent interview marred by the typical faux-skepticism of the intentionally ignorant.

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  4. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog
    April 28, 2015

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

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  5. sonofeurope
    April 29, 2015

    “I admire a great deal about the Nazis. I think they could have built an incredible civilization had they focused outward into space rather than trying to conquer half the world.”
    I stopped reading there.

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    • icareviews
      April 29, 2015

      Yeah, some of his answers are weird for a self-professed white nationalist, but he’s an interesting writer and I find his occasional essays worthwhile.

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      • sonofeurope
        April 29, 2015

        I hate to come off as rude or condescending, but damn. Read a book nigga!

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      • icareviews
        April 29, 2015

        Preferably not one published by Jews.

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      • sonofeurope
        April 29, 2015

        That pretty much goes without sayin’!
        😀

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    • Hipster Racist
      May 2, 2015

      >I stopped reading there

      NAZIS IN SPACE!!

      Don’t you see how much this NAZIS IN SPACE!!1 ,,, on MARS … is so much more serious than those TRUTHERS??

      I mean really, Nazi in space – that’s the real shit.

      Did you notice than a “NRx” blogger said he was the only “non-retard” … something.

      This blogger distanced himself from “Aryan Skynet” but was all about “homo sodomites” and “NRx” and “totally non-retards like 9/11 truther retard fags.”

      Cause we need to go back to 1200 AD before the Protestants and the Enlightenment because homos and 911 truth.

      Right? Right guys? Totally right guys?

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      • sonofeurope
        May 2, 2015

        LOL!
        I remember watching a youtube video once that claimed the nazis colonized the moon back in the 40’s. Wish I had the link for Mr. Bunny, but I forgot the title.

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  6. sonofeurope
    April 29, 2015

    I’m pretty much with Hipster Racist. It’s perfectly OK to admit you don’t know very much about a certain topic.
    In fact, that’s the best thing to say if you are largely ignorant concerning it.
    Professing to have examined it and dismissing it as without merit is the most harmful thing one can do if it is an important topic.

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  7. Ryu
    April 29, 2015

    Good interview. He’s an interesting guy. I like Zodiac too.

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    • icareviews
      April 29, 2015

      Thanks. I’ve never really delved into serial killer lore, but I did like the Zodiac movie that came out a few years ago. That’s about all I know on the subject. I’m assuming, by the way, that when you say you “like Zodiac”, that you mean to say you have an interest in the investigation and not that you like the actual guy 🙂

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      • sonofeurope
        May 2, 2015

        How could he like the actual guy when no one knows who he is?

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      • icareviews
        May 2, 2015

        Maybe HE knows.

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      • sonofeurope
        May 3, 2015

        Someone told me the zodiac killer was black.
        Remembering the details of the case I highly doubt that.
        Whoever it was wore a pretty freaky costume and I don’t think negroes sew very well. I don’t think the males even sew at all. Even the gay ones.

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  10. ascomanni
    May 9, 2015

    Great article. Thanks!

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  11. ascomanni
    May 10, 2015

    A couple of thoughts:

    “I’m generally skeptical of conspiracy theories in general.”

    In general I am too but the Dancing Israelis and all the other Israelis hovering around the incident are no “theory.” And building 7 looks more ridiculous every time I look at it.

    “I have worked for a lot of them, and it’s amazing how true the stereotypes are”

    I have worked for four of “them” in my life and every one of them fit the stereotypes to a tee. It’s really uncanny. I’m actually grateful for the experience. I would have never believed it otherwise.

    “When I first took the Nestea Plunge into Ethnat circles, I was totally freaked out by Nazi imagery”

    I’ve heard it said that Americans will never vote communist but if you call it “liberalism” they will vote for it in droves. I think something similar could be said about National Socialism. We just need to figure out what to call it.

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    • icareviews
      May 10, 2015

      “Identitarianism” is a good, respectable-sounding label, I think. The only trouble with that one, though, is that the average run of folks aren’t going to want to bother with trying to spell or pronounce it.

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