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Fake News, Pizzagate, Trump Cabinet Picks, and More: Rainer Joins Nick for Circus Maximus 12/16/16

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David Lipman in his role as “The State Senator from New Jersey” in The Exterminator (1980), a film referenced during the show. The Senator appears here in a scene in which he indulges his “chicken” enthusiasm.

nickSkynet‘s Rainer Chlodwig von K. speaks with Circus Maximus host Nick Spero about “fake news”, Hollywood pedophiles, the state of the Pizzagate citizen investigation, the relationship of Batman to vampires as parasitic Jewish archetypes, Trump’s cabinet appointees, Putin, Nikola Tesla, the trial of Dylann Storm Roof, and more. Listen to this thrilling program here.

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26 comments on “Fake News, Pizzagate, Trump Cabinet Picks, and More: Rainer Joins Nick for Circus Maximus 12/16/16

  1. kerberos616
    December 17, 2016

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  2. icareviews
    December 17, 2016

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  3. Hipster Racist
    December 17, 2016

    These things go in cycles. Reading ancient literature one can be shocked at the blood and the gore and the sex. Ancient stories are full of degenerate sex and morbidity, cannibalism, torture, you name it. The central icon of Christianity is a man being tortured the death – idealized in the art as transcendent. (See Roger Scruton.) Public torture and execution were common in Roman times. American used to publicly lynch criminals and people would bring their families out to picnic.

    When I was young, the heavy metal style of pop culture had degenerated to the point that the bands were all but cross-dressing transvestites and the women in the videos were essentially strippers. Motley Crue’s “Girls Girls Girls” was literally a song and a video about real life strip clubs.

    Then, “grunge” hit. All of a sudden the sex was toned way down. The men didn’t wear makeup anymore. I remember at some point in the 1990s when the girls started wearing … shocking! … modest, feminine dresses again. It became a style. Variously called “alternative” it had two interesting qualities: very, very implicitly white and rather sexually modest.

    But then when the rave culture hit, the girls starting wearing “babydoll dresses,” pigtails, and sucking on lollypops – all very blatantly “sexy schoolgirl” bordering on pedophiliac.

    I recall an article from the Catholic journal First Things about the priest abuse scandal. The mentioned how mainstreaming pedophilia had been promoted by the left since at least the 1970s, if not longer, but when they had a chance to attack their old enemies, the Church, all of a sudden they all turned on a dime and were shocked and horrified. Which turned out good, it basically stopped that trend dead in its tracks. E. Michael Jones’ book about horror movies as the repressed reaction to the sexualization of the culture and pornography itself is quite interesting too.

    Salon had an infamous article not long ago promoting … of all things … analingus. The reaction from their left-wing commenters ranged from rolling their eyes to outright disgust. I remember one saying, “ok yeah you’re all liberated and everything but let’s not put people at risk of hepatitis please.”

    CC had an interesting article – consider that “Golden Ages” happen when the culture has been destroyed. You can really only see the “Golden Age” in hindsight because it’s the cumulative effect of people creating the new culture out of the ashes of the old.

    The video by the long haired Gen-Xer about the generation theory plays into this. Gen X reacted against their liberal baby boomer parents. They mentioned the theory about the four-generation cycle.

    It’s always been about building, then breaking, the rebuilding taboos. The only thing linear is technology.

    Human bodies have not changed since the dawn of civilization, so you can be sure that everything sexual has been tried. Every kind of awful torture and violation has been done. What these creepy “artists” are doing at their “Spirit Cooking” things is indeed gross and says something about the mindsets of these people.

    But it ain’t shocking at all – it’s just the same old stuff we can see in primitive tribes. Cannibalism? That’s hardly new. Baby blood to give eternal youth? That’s an ancient horror story. The whole “Satanic” angle? Good lord Anton Levay (nee Levenstein) was doing his “Church of Satan” carnie act back in the 1960s.

    The worst crime of these creepy “artists” is how utterly derivative and hackneyed they are.

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    • icareviews
      December 17, 2016

      I don’t think it’s simple as cycles. Some of that goes on – tail ends of centuries are famous for decadence, I understand – but is there really a cyclical precedent for pozzing, sex change surgery for children, or furries that doesn’t resort to some comparison to primitive people sticking bones through their body parts? It isn’t a natural, organic cultural process that’s led so many people my age, for instance, to start sticking rings through their noses (which is something people until recently associated with literal livestock) and getting tattooed all over. Europeans seemed to have ditched that stuff for good until the Jewish engineering of mass culture came along. The cyclical approach to cultural change fails to account for race and racial interaction, the ethnic makeup of the culture, for one thing; but, more importantly, fails to recognize premeditation in the creation of culture for purposes of ethnic subjugation and demoralization. Part of the problem is that so many of these pop products aren’t really examples of western civilization anymore. Twerking and all that, for instance. White girls twerking in the twenty-first century isn’t a cyclical manifestation of some recurring thread of European civilization so much as an indication that the Europeans themselves have abdicated their own culture in favor of alien imports.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 17, 2016

        Blacks and their cultural were in America before the Jews (yeah maybe Jews ran the slave trade but still.) Rock and Roll was “jungle music” and the blackification of youth – just like twerking. Transgenderism isn’t new at all – just the surgery, which is technological. Even furries have their ancient counterparts – animals costumes are not in the slightest bit new at all.

        Of course Jews use the cultural to demoralize and subvert the larger culture – no question. They do in purposefully, no question. In many cases it’s driven by subconscious rage.

        But at the end of the day they are not literally children of the devil – they are just Jews. They have a huge chip on their shoulders because they were promised to be an elite yet Aryans are far better looking, far more creative, and Jews don’t even like each other – they all want to marry a shiksa or a rugged WASP. Judaism is an awful, horrific religion – basically a cult.

        Some old saying “each culture gets the Jews they deserve.”

        Europeans themselves have abdicated their own culture in favor of alien imports.

        Well no disagreement there.

        My goal is demystification. The Jewish “magic” used to subvert our culture is not particularly difficult to understand. The techniques aren’t new. The taboo breaking isn’t new. It’s all old hat. Just like financial manipulation is old hat – sure it’s done via derivatives and an Excel spreadsheet now, but printing up more coupons than you have gold is an old trick.

        As a matter of fact, it’s interesting that even as the technology changes, Jewish subversion just uses the new technology for their old tricks. They couldn’t even be original with all this new technology. What did they use the internet for? Porn – just like they used to be brothel keepers back in the day. What else? Propaganda. Monopoly of information. Advertising – hawking other people’s products.

        Even the ultimate modern Jewish internet company – Google. What is original about google? Pretty much nothing. Linking to other people’s work and some shitty replacements for word processors and spreadsheets. Self-driving cars? BMW already has them.

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  4. Hipster Racist
    December 17, 2016

    Also, I lolled at the Howard Stern impersonation. I never understood why that guy was popular.

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    • icareviews
      December 17, 2016

      I’m ashamed to say that Stern played a role in shaping my sexual fantasies as a teen in the 90s. Funny how lesbianism actually seemed interesting and sexy back then.

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  5. Hipster Racist
    December 17, 2016

    Also, about the symbols of evil being transformed into the symbols of heroism. Two sort of things going on here.

    Nolen discusses “power worship” as an effect of “narcissism.” She mentions an Orwell essay bemoaning that stories for boys had stopped lionizing the police and were becoming “Americanized” where they would lionize gangsters. He mentions cruelty and violence being used for excitement value.

    Boys will worship power at whatever level they understand it. So they may lionize an athlete or a wrestler – or a powerful gangster.

    In professional wrestling, there are “faces” and “heels.” The audience cheers for the “faces” and boos at the “heels.” At some point, the “faces” turn to “heels” and vice versa.

    In women’s fiction, like the old fashioned soap operas, quite often the “good guys” turn into “bad guys” – and back again – over the course of a story arc. At no time are these men no longer sexy and desirable. This simply represents women’s evolutionary experiences. Men can be tender lovers and abusers at the same time. Rollo discusses the “war bride dynamic.” If Germany had won, those French women that married German men would have blended right back into society, perhaps as the mothers of a new elite.

    In Dirty Harry, because society has become corrupt, a corrupt cop becomes a hero. The reversal of male and female roles is a similar type of “cultural magic” that in pre-Christian times had an important place in religion.

    There’s another form of reversal. Imagine I am telling you a story about a visit to a farm. What would you expect me to tell you about? Cows, horses, pigs. But what if instead I told you about cockroaches, squirrels and birds? They are all on a farm as well, but they aren’t “farm animals.” So I can take what is important and make it trivial, and what is trivial and make it important.

    The Jewish woman who wrote “The Red Tent” did a masterful version of this. She took the Rape of Dinah and made the women characters – mentioned only briefly in the actual Biblical stories – and made them the center of the plot. She made the “pagan” aspects of the women’s religious sentiment the “good” part, while denigrating the “patriarchal” Yahwey cult as the “evil” aspect of the men’s religious sentiments.

    Really, this is what art is made of.

    True Blood – easily and obviously a metaphor for homosexuals. They basically bashed you over the head with it – notice the “Fellowship of the Sun” run by the televangelist couple that are anti-vampire.

    To really understand Hollywood, remember it’s not run by Jews – it’s run by *gay Jews.* They are doubly alienated from the larger society.

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    • Hipster Racist
      December 17, 2016

      Cly discussed the first “bodice ripper” – the Flame and the Flower. The hero begins the story by raping the heroine – then over the course of the story they fall in love and marry. This story arc is expected in women’s fiction, despite the fact that both feminists and conservatives would find the implications horrifying. But it accurately represents women’s evolutionary experiences.

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      • Sam J.
        December 23, 2016

        “…The hero begins the story by raping the heroine – then over the course of the story they fall in love and marry…”

        I believe something very politically incorrect. I think over 10’s of thousands of years of Men raiding other villages and hauling the Women off as booty that Women who had the capacity to fall in love with their rapist, or at least tolerate them, survived to have children in vastly larger quantities than the ones who would constantly fight and try to kill their captors. I also believe this is the root of Women’s rape fantasies and submission to the right Man. If you look at anthropologist accounts of hunter gathers in the Rain forest this is just what they do. Kill off the Men and haul away the Women.

        I think that genetics can account for a much great deal of human behavior than most people are comfortable with.

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    • icareviews
      December 17, 2016

      You keep giving examples of Jewish pop culture, though, as if these are indigenous manifestations and continuations of European cultural currents. What we’re seeing with transgenderism and all that isn’t some rebirth of ancient pagan peculiarities; this is weaponized culture designed to degrade the smarter and potentially more threatening goyim into reproductive and nationalistic irrelevance. True Blood, by the way, stirred a bit of controversy by having some of the vampires speak an ancient Jewish language in one episode. And, in the abstract and very real political sense, gays function as proxy Jews, let’s face it.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 17, 2016

        Isn’t the guy who did True Blood both gay and a Jew?

        I’m not denying that these things are being promoted, by Jews, in order to undermine the culture. I’m just suggesting that it works because it’s part of the human experience already.

        Jews are like the ugly girl that out of jealousy for the pretty girls, starts some new trend, to take the focus off of how she’s must less pretty than the other girls.

        As far as I can, transgenderism is a “real thing” – it’s a real dysfunction, almost certainly caused by a brain disorder or some sort of hormonal problem. It may very well have environmental causes. So I don’t think that Jews are behind the phenomenon. Apparently in Iran it’s accepted as real and sex-change surgeries are an accepted treatment and I don’t think we can say that Jews run Iran.

        But of course Jews will use it in such a way as to undermine the host society.

        I mean, just look at Justice Kagan – she has to be one of the most androgynous women alive. Woody Allen is not exactly Brad Pitt.

        I don’t think the Elders of Zion are having a meeting in Hollywood saying, “let’s promote transgenderism to undermine goyim fertility.” I think they have having a meeting saying, “let’s push this stuff down the throat of those flyover country Christians just to piss them off, because Sally Sweetheart (or Wally Wasp, as the case may be) rejected me in high school, those nazi bastards!”

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      • icareviews
        December 19, 2016

        “I don’t think we can say that Jews run Iran.”

        Or … can we?

        “Nasser Makarem-Shirazi, one of the Shia Grand Ayatollahs, who is close to the government, had Jewish ancestors. He is now known as a radical cleric. The Asgaroladi brothers, influential figures in the Islamic Republic, are also of Jewish descent. Habibollah Asgaroladi has for years been the secretary-general of the powerful Islamic Coalition Party. His brother Asaddollah is a powerful merchant, who is also the head of the Iran-Russia and Iran-China chambers of commerce.”

        https://iwpr.net/global-voices/sad-fate-irans-jews

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  6. rudolfalbert
    December 17, 2016

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  7. Hipster Racist
    December 17, 2016

    Are the free trips to Israel honey traps with bugged hotels and the like?

    Well of course, certainly. But that is their least interesting function.

    The kind of politicians that falls into honey traps are likely easy to spot. I mean, really, you’re a rich and famous public official, and you really think you can get away with schtupping some local on a trip to a country as hot of a flash point as Israel? Not even to mention doing anything as scandalous as a call girl – or a call boy? Those people are walking disasters and likely known about way early on.

    The real problem is making personal connections. You may turn down the short-term favors of a local, but if she decides to come to America with you, maybe even marry you and bear your children? That goes beyond just a honey trap. That’s a long term civizational strategy. But it most certainly does happen. Some people don’t realize just how opportunistic others can be even about stuff like that.

    Something Ciphel level is likely easy to arrange however.

    But forget the sex – you meet a bunch of nice friendly Israelis, and they tell their cousin in New York what a great guy you are, and you get donations to your next campaign, maybe a business deal for your district. Favorable press coverage of course.

    Just like “mind control” – sure, there are drugs and hypnosis. But that flashy stuff is ultimately less effective than some very obvious – and very banal – techniques.

    “How to Win Friends and Influence People” is probably far more effective of a strategy than almost anything else.

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  8. bob saffron
    December 19, 2016

    HR:
    “Just like financial manipulation is old hat – sure it’s done via derivatives and an Excel spreadsheet now, but printing up more coupons than you have gold is an old trick.”

    But in times past these title frauds would be swiftly followed by a corrective phase, the run, in the case of a bank, or capital flight and collapse in the case of a country (eg. pre-Revolutionary France and their assignats).

    Since the gold-window was closed in the seventies, monetary discipline has dramatically eroded and money supply grown exponentially in all countries. As the Weimar episode shows, hedonism and nihilism become the ethos when the time-horizon shrinks under hyperinflation. All parsimony and discipline – represented by the middle classes savings – was shown to be worthless. Youth took the message to heart. Dance halls were packed, cocaine and booze flowed freely. Inflation encourages financial speculation and emphasis on the short-term and discourages the careful saving and planning that underpin respectable, middle class values. Life for today, then, as now, became the Zeitgeist.

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  9. bob saffron
    December 19, 2016

    Erratum corrige: “Live for today!”, then, as now, became the Zeitgeist.

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  10. bob saffron
    December 19, 2016

    High average time preference characterizes unsound money.

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    • icareviews
      December 19, 2016

      Thanks, mate. I’d been hankering for some gay euro-disco pop all night and just hadn’t realized. Really hits the spot.

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      • bob saffron
        January 4, 2017

        My pleasure! Knowing your tastes makes it so much easier.

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    • Hipster Racist
      December 19, 2016

      I’m more of a libertarian than you are. The concepts of “sound” and “unsound” money have virtually no meaning under a system of fiat, centrally controlled money. You really mean “savings” but that is different than “currency.”

      Why is it libertarians understand the concept of inflation, but not deflation? Deflation leads to lower investment in the future and more passive savings – passive saving means NO INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE. Digging a hole in the ground and burying gold does what exactly for the real economy of goods and services?

      How can compound interest exist in a system with a fixed monetary supply?

      How does the random distribution of a worthless element, gold, in the ground – and how fast labor can be corralled to dig it up – have anything to do with the amount of money in a system needed for the real economy of goods and services?

      Explain even simple interest – much less compound interest – and how that is supposed to correlate with the real economy?

      A simple question no libertarian goldbug/hard money advocate can answer: how much money should there be, in total?

      How much gold should there be, in total?

      Even with paper money – ok, fine. How many dollars, in total, should there be in the system?

      It’s like a weird religious cult. Why should money be “sound” anyway? Why should the first guy who buys a piece of land with a gold mine be the one that determines how much real goods and services should cost?

      Keynes was right – in the long run, we’re all dead. The economy is supposed to serve the people – the people should not be hampered by some abstract math formula – even LESS, the specific amount of pretty precious metals our grandfathers were able to dig out of the ground.

      Why not a copper standard? Copper is way more useful than gold in the age of electricity.

      “Money” is just trading scarcity. Why should bitcoin have an upper limit anyway – so it can crash into a deflationary spiral not long from now? What about etherium?

      Libertopianism is just letting autistics (suckered by Jews) run the economy.

      Kill it with fire.

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      • Sam J.
        December 23, 2016

        Agreed BIG TIME.

        I believe money should be expanded at a rate sufficient to an agreed price point of inflation that is tied to a basket of goods value. We could kill almost all taxes and have the government spend money to reach this value. No debt to the Jews. As long as you don’t over print it you can have an agreed amount of inflation or none at all. When asked what it’s based on just say the land and productivity of the US economy. Which it would be.

        The best solution is to tie the inflation point to readily available goods that can be easily measured and seen by all. Now debt is piled on to the breaking point and then collapse comes. If everyone could see the inflation month per month immediately then it would be much easier to correct imbalances. It’s also possible to make a case for imbalances if the economy is hurting but the case would have to be made publicly and if it proved to be bullshit it could backfire quickly. This is good because it would force quicker corrections.

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      • Sam J.
        December 23, 2016

        I forgot something. I’ve often thought “KiloWatt hours” would make a good currency. Usually the higher the economy the more energy used. We could put pictures of Watt, Maxwell and Tesla on currency.

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      • bob saffron
        January 4, 2017

        No, I think you’re wrong. Of course, a universal centrally-controlled fiat money system will work until a hyperinflationary event. No doubt a while away, but inevitable at some stage (the alternative meaning massive debt defaults).

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  11. Hipster Racist
    December 23, 2016

    @Sam J

    I forgot something. I’ve often thought “KiloWatt hours” would make a good currency. Usually the higher the economy the more energy used. We could put pictures of Watt, Maxwell and Tesla on currency.

    The whole “global warming” thing appears to be an attempt to base money on energy, “carbon” being a proxy for energy and a scarcity substitute for gold – which if you think about it makes far more sense.

    Your “basket of goods” idea is basically what we have now, a sort of Keynesianism.

    I think of it like Godel’s incompleteness theory – any attempt to create an “ideology” around basic human truths will itself create a paradox. If I were more learned in theology, I’m sure I could find some religious explanation for this.

    “Economics in One Lesson” is an amazing book full of completely true arguments about economics. But trying to systematize this into an “ideology” that will fix all human problems always leads to failure. The end result of “libertarianism” is “praxeology” – a theory of “human action” that is essentially a substitute for religion.

    This is always a dead end. The Catholic thinker, E. Michael Jones, does a great job explaining this stuff. At the end of the day, economics is a moral problem, and good luck trying to find some abstract, “objective” definition of morality.

    As a non-Catholic, I take a much more pragmatic – and naturalistic – view of things. I think we have to root things in biology, but we cannot allow biology to limit things. We certainly cannot “systematize” biology to therefore create some sort of “ideology” that will answer all of our problems.

    There is no “objective” “ideology” that will substitute for the hard choices and human judgements we have to deal with every day.

    It’s like a substitute for God – we’re always searching for some algorithm or some “ideology” that will spare us the burden of making choices. It never works.

    And libertarianism is just a particularly pernicious ideology that appeals to Whites because it seems so “fair” and “objective” – frankly, it seems to be an Anglo thing. An Anglo thing that was weaponized by Jews, not coincidentally.

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  12. Hipster Racist
    December 23, 2016

    @Sam J

    Also, the stuff about women and rape fantasies – I agree wholeheartedly.

    I’ve written about BDSM very, very often, because I think it’s one of those things that illuminates some politically inconvenient truths we aren’t supposed to know. The manosphere writer “Rollo” calls it the “War Brides Dynamic” which I think is a great term.

    If you go to Google images and search for “BDSM” you’ll be greeting with horrific images of women being tortured. This sort of thing appeals to a minority of men but not generally women. It’s a trope – true, but simplistic – that men are more aroused by visual imagery, while women are more aroused by “narrative.” Men’s porn is, well, porn – videos of fertile women having sex.

    But women’s porn is “bodice rippers” and “romance novels.” If you read women’s erotica – it’s virtually always full of BDSM themes of some kind.

    I became interested in BDSM after being asked, for perhaps the thousandth time, to do some sort of BDSM thing by a girlfriend. When 50 Shades came out, a woman I was dating was all into it, and I figured I should figure out why the hell women are so crazy and want you to do all this kinky shit to them. I had watched the movie “Secretary” – which I loved – a decade ago, and remember reading the Ann Rice novels which are hard core BDSM erotica.

    One you see it, you can’t “unsee” it. I suspect it’s basically the core of women’s sexuality. It all makes perfect sense in the context of evolution.

    It also explains why young women, often just discovering their own sexuality, get all conflicted about “rape culture” and become feminists. I’m writing something about Cassie Jaye’s film titled “The Red Pill” – it’s just a confirmation of everything I’ve always said about these issues.

    As I said in this thread previously, I’m all about demystification. I think a lot of “issues” we deal with have some very obvious and basic biological causes, but we’re not supposed to speak them out loud, because they are “taboo.” But as men – and White men – we sometimes have to break the taboos and speak clearly, despite the fact it might make some people uncomfortable.

    There’s a recent article in the left wing media about how the “manosphere” was used to “radicalize” young White men. I wanted to raise my hand and say, “me, me I did that!”

    I was always quite open about what I was doing – I was using sex realism to “red pill” young White guys about race realism.

    In fact, I was doing such a fucking awesome job I’ve been banned by virtually all of reddit, most of the manosphere, and half of social media precisely because I was so damn effective at it.

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