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Pretty Wotan: Doing Das Ooby Dooby with Goy Orbison of the Houston Goylers

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Aryan Skynet is prouder than a Proud Boy to present this dynamic duet with Twitter titan and Houston Goylers Co-Founder and Chief Propagandist Goy Orbison, a.k.a. OrbiSon of a Gun. Topics covered include the Jewish Question, Trump’s loyalties, Pizzagate, the golden age of American rock ‘n’ roll, gays in the Alt-Right, the 9/11 attacks, and more.

RCvK: Introduce yourself. Who are you and what are you doing on Twitter?

OrbiSon: Howdy. My name is Goy Orbison and I am one of the co-founders of a local pro-White meet-up group known as the Houston Goylers. We originally coordinated on the TRS forums and after starting initially as a group that met up at bars to shitpost IRL on the weekends, we’ve gradually transformed into a more productive outfit, having quarterly meetings, weekly hikes all over town and regular trips to the range, along with occasions of political activism through fliering campaigns, counter-protests and general outreach and networking among like-minded individuals.

As far as Twitter is concerned, it was initially just a hobby and a way to blow off steam in reaction to the endless stream of happenings that seem to occur at an exponentially increasing rate. After gaining some steam off of appearing on various TRS podcasts, Red Ice and other livestreams, my following on Twitter expanded, particularly among pro-Whites but also surprisingly also among normie-cons. Unfortunately, my first account was shoah’d so I’ve spent a bit less time on Twitter, although I still use it to network and push our particular brand of propaganda.

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RCvK: You have a number of normie followers. Describe your strategy with regard to those users not necessarily literate on the Jewish Question.

OrbiSon: There’s a tendency among a lot of WNs and pro-Whites to write off normie conservatives because they’re not far enough along in our direction. This is understandable to a degree, especially with cuckservatives; the types who would rather die than be called a mean name like racist. But I think there is a difference between normie-cons and cuckservatives and that can be seen in the profile of typical conservatives (especially after the Trump campaign): pro-family, pro-gun, pro-tradition, God-fearing, anti-degenerate folk. It’s my contention that these people have naturally good instincts but for whatever reason never made the time to investigate the hows and whys of the problems that plague our people.

Some of that can be chalked up to intellectual laziness but a lot of it is the fact that they, naively so, put trust in the “leaders” who are supposedly on their side and will accept the commentary of the Rush Limbaughs and Sean Hannitys of the world because they simply haven’t been made aware of our views, or at least haven’t been presented them in a way they would be receptive to. Fortunately the internet has given us a platform to push these people further in our direction and the brazen anti-white politics of the Judeo-left give us golden opportunities on a daily basis to wake people up to the reality of the situation. Of course this doesn’t apply to all of them, but I’m only concerned with the ones I can make headway with, not the hopeless causes that will just waste everyone’s time. There’s a lot of dead weight out there so you only want to set your sights on the ones who will either convert and actively contribute or at the very least will be sympathetic to what you’re doing.

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These people are largely aware of the problems our country is facing: mass immigration, lawlessness, cultural decay, anti-family/anti-Christian (and by proxy, anti-White) politics, the lying press, etc. Now we all know that there is one group that is largely overrepresented when it comes to pushing all of these agendas. Unfortunately, naming them is still taboo, although over time it is becoming less and less so, particularly with the rise of what’s been called the “alt right”. One tactic I use is to break it down in terms they understand, particularly attacking political correctness. It might seem cliche and hacky, but it’s a good way to ease people into the JQ. After all, as E. Michael Jones would say, political correctness is a “Jewish speech code” (or as JeanEBraveaux called it, “Jewish sharia”). Even when I was more of a leftist, political correctness was something I always despised because of its patent dishonesty. And by pointing out its roots and the people involved in formulating and promoting it, you gradually start to paint a picture and they begin to connect the dots.

Another thing I’ll do is indirectly name the Jew. I’ve found that seeing the “J” word in text can scare off normie-cons by eliciting the conditioned response of shutting down when they see it, but for some reason if there’s something in the picture that says it or alludes to it, I can get grandmas, people with puppy photo avatars and middle-aged Boomers with “Deplorable ____” as their handle to retweet messages about Jewish Bolshevism, the Frankfurt School, the kosher push for rapefugees, etc. with minimal resistance. Having a sense of humor in your allusions also goes a long way too. I’ll say things like “these people all seem to celebrate the same holidays”, make references to dreidels, yarmulkes, and other Hebrew paraphernalia, and other comical ways of basically saying the same thing. I’m sure it’s lost on some of the thicker among them, but from private conversations with these people, quite a few are being brought over to our side. If I were smarter, I would’ve made an account with an American flag background and been more subtle about it, but that’s not really my style. Plus, by pushing these tweets about broader subjects like PC and the insanity of the left, my hope is that these tweets will prime the people for the other more hardline messages on my timeline and they’ll be more likely to at least think about it without resorting to shutting down or running away. And I know for a fact that it’s worked in quite a few cases.

RCvK: Did you vote for President Trump?

OrbiSon: Yes, I did. It was the first election I’ve ever voted in and while I’ve always generally been skeptical of the political process, this election really did seem to be different. There were too many things that made me believe it was worth it, even if it was a shot in the dark: the fact that both the NeoCohens and the shitlibs hated him; the constant the lack of concern he showed for the accusations of racism, anti-Semitism, despite the endless kvetching from the Lugenpresse and demands to disavow his racist supporters. Unfortunately, at this point in time, it’s become quite clear that those of us who voted for him were the dupes of a bait-and-switch.

RCvK: What is Trump’s most noteworthy achievement thus far?

OrbiSon: This is a cliché answer at this point, but I think it’s true that his initial disdain for political correctness has opened up a lot of his more normie-con supporters to rhetoric from our side, now that they’ve been given permission to laugh off and dismiss the name-calling from leftist tattletales and other cowards in our society. Also, the reports of him supposedly claiming that the vandalism of Jewish cemeteries were false flag events, and then being proven right, were hilarious. Personally, I find the Trump cheerleading (especially from Boomer douchebags like Bill Mitchell, who offers nothing of substance) cringeworthy and dumb. Now that he seems to be going down the path of being another Jew puppet, we can also use him as a foil to differentiate what our side has to offer from the awful future that ZOG is working towards. Also, with the fact that the left already hates him and most of the pro-White right that voted for him is publicly voicing their buyer’s remorse, we can potentially bring over some of their ranks, permitting that they are just misguided leftists and not of the hostile anti-White variety. I guess if anything good can be said of him, it’s that he will be the final nail in the coffin of democracy in this country, at least as far as whites are concerned. No more outsourcing our destiny to people that don’t care about us. Only we can save ourselves.

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RCvK: What is most objectionable about Donald Trump?

OrbiSon: Obviously, the Jewish connections are no good. The pro-Israel and anti-Iran (and now, anti-Russian and anti-Syrian) rhetoric is very troubling. The pro-fag signaling is annoying and completely unnecessary in my book. A big problem is that even if he were really as “red-pilled” as some of his supporters want to believe, there’s so much bureaucratic muck in the way that it seems highly doubtful that he’d be able to change things even if he genuinely wanted to. It’s a bad enough situation as it is, then add Jews to the mix and what do you get? And now with all of this horseshit he’s pulling overseas in Syria and the rest of the Middle East, it looks like we have a business-as-usual candidate. It’s a shame, although I suppose that’s what we get for believing in (((democracy))).

RCvK: By naming his rockabilly label Sun Records, was Sam Phillips slyly signaling a forbidden affinity with pagan European sun veneration as visualized in the solar cross and the swastika?

OrbiSon: I doubt it since, from what I’ve read, Phillips literally picked cotton with blacks and was a big (((civil rights))) advocate. It is interesting to note the difference between the symbols of faiths and ideologies Whites flock to use sun symbolism, whether Christianity (Light of the World), paganism (black sun), National Socialism (swastika), etc., versus the nighttime imagery of our opposition, namely the crescent moon of Islam and the Six Pointed Star of Remphan that the Jews refer to as the Star of David.

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RCvK: Was rock and roll music stolen from blacks?

OrbiSon: Probably. I used to always say we stole rock music, they stole basketball. Not to mention for all the accusations we get of “cultural appropriation”, these dummies would be sitting in a mud hut with bones through their noses if they didn’t have the modern convenience our people gave to them. Pretty fair trade for not waking up with flies on their eyelids and having us subsidize they seventeen chirrens while the best many of our young people can hope for is growing bald and sterile with a tattooed woman on anti-depressants, getting Netflixed to death with no lineage to speak of apart from her “fur babies”. But I digress…

RCvK: You tweet a number of memes associated with European nationalist movements of the twentieth century. Do you consider yourself a fascist?

OrbiSon: Unfortunately I lack the discipline to be a fascist and I wouldn’t want to besmirch the names of the great men that fall under that label by lumping myself in with them. But I do take a lot of inspiration from their lives and from reading their quotes and writings, especially Hitler, Degrelle, and Codreanu (using “fascist” in the broader sense of the term). I find that their worldviews line up a lot closer with mine than the typical American conservative, neoliberal and other generic American viewpoints. As far as I understand it, it’s basically adherence to hierarchy and the laws of nature along with sacrificing selfish individualism for the greater good. I’d have to do more research on the subject, but I also like a lot of what I read about the Third Position and social nationalism.

They also have some pretty catchy tunes. Check out FascistBall IV on Youtube. Beats the shit out of Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith.

RCvK: Esoteric kekism – meme magick or sideshow?

OrbiSon: I wouldn’t trust a god I’ve only heard about on the internet. I do think meme magic has some bit of truth to it. For instance, Jews have been using the media to pump out images of white women with black men ad nauseum. And while no amount of programming is enough for most white women to move past their primal disgust, coal burning unfortunately does seem more and more common. Like they’re willing it into existence. It works the other way, too, though. The Jews have been endlessly talking about how racist and anti-Semitic white people are and how if we’re allowed any spaces and organizations of our own, it will lead to another shoah. Clearly this isn’t the case with many whites, who are much nicer than they should be due to ignorance of history, but the more they repeat it, the more it looks like it will become a self-fulfilling prophecy. :^D

RCvK: Are you a Russian agent?

OrbiSon: Yeah but don’t tell Louise Mensch.

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RCvK: Is the investigation of topics like Pizzagate a worthwhile use of identitarians’ time?

OrbiSon: Coming from a conspiracy background, this kind of stuff (and this case in particular) was intriguing to me and I certainly believe there’s something shady going on. It’s a real “where’s there’s smoke there’s fire” situation and I would bet my bottom dollar that a lot of the suspicions floating around would be proven true if a proper investigation were done. Unfortunately, that’s one of the major problems with conspiracy theories in general. No matter how true and valid the theories might be, and no matter how airtight and bulletproof your case is, there are major roadblocks that get in the way of the findings being put to any practical use. Even if you had these guys dead to rights, who are you going to take your case to, the police? The court system? An investigative body within the federal government? Nearly every conspiracy theory out there relies on the fact that we have a corrupt government that either is looking the other way when it comes to these things or is actively participating in them. It’s frustrating, I know, and I hate to throw in the towel and say it’s hopeless but the only way anything can really be done about this is if righteous people are in power and we haven’t been in a world like that for a long, long time.

So to answer your question, while I think there is merit to these investigations, I think the fact that there’s not really anything we can do about them means our time and energy is better spent elsewhere. I’m not telling people to stop looking into it completely, but I question that anything tangible will come out of spending so much time investigating these things.

RCvK: What is the nastiest thing the KGB has ever asked you to do for Comrade Vladimir Putin’s greater shirtless neo-Soviet glory?

OrbiSon: I had to go deep cover in Branson, MO, to watch a Yakov Smirnoff live performance and forgot my emergency cyanide capsules.

RCvK: Which Roy Orbison song bet captures your feelings about the white race’s prospects – “Rockhouse”, “In Dreams”, “Uptown”, “Only the Lonely”, “Working for the Man”, or “You Got It”?

OrbiSon: I’d say “Working for the Man” because it’s going to take a lot of work and all hands on deck to (maybe) succeed at this. A lot are too ZOG’d out in sportsball-and-Netflix land and won’t make the cut, but the upside is the whites that do make it will generally be of a higher caliber: hard workers who are smarter and free of the naiveté that has plagued so many of our people; some real mean sonsofbitches. And they’ll get to take over the franchise (or company, using the song’s analogy) of whiteness from the cowards currently at the helm.

RCvK: Should the Alt-Lite be tolerated and is it ultimately helpful?

OrbiSon: To an extent, sure. Everyone needs a conduit to these more involved ideas and not everyone’s going to be able to read Culture of Critique or understand the dynamics of WW2 right off the bat. But of course these alt-lite con-artists need to be smashed as soon as they start leading people astray or bashing us for being pro-White. And pied piper types like Shabbos McInnes need to be called out when they lead their fan base off track with pro-Israel nonsense, making out with AIDS patients, and shoving dildos up their asses. Not to mention the Proud Boys logo is literally a black cock (rooster). Disgusting. You can tell Ezra Levant is having a good laugh at the degrading shit he can get these dumb goys to do and how this group is taking potentially effective individuals and neutralizing them by steering them into the curb. With that said, there’s still potential gold to be mined from these groups. They’re the remedial red pill class and we’ll poach the smarter of their followers.

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RCvK: What do you remember about your experiences on 9/11 and during the days immediately following?

OrbiSon: This is going to make me sound terrible, but that day I was in school my social studies teacher ran out of the room crying after getting a phone call. This teacher hated me and was always trying to get me in trouble despite the fact that I really was a good boy who dindu nuffin, so I was pleased because I thought she had personally received some bad news. But it turns out that it was the 9/11 attacks.

At the time I was somewhat shocked, although I don’t think I really panicked or anything. There was an assembly that day and I remember talking to my half-Asian friend about it. He was an intelligent kid for his age and very steeped into leftist politics even then, talking about Noam (((Chomsky))) and probably (((Zinn))), too. We were into punk rock and he was a big Anti-Flag, Dead Kennedys, and (((NOFX))) fan while I was listening to a weird mix of (((Bad Religion))) and the Romper Stomper soundtrack. [One time I remember him hanging out at my house and playing The Michael (((Savage))) Show, who I thought was pretty edgy back then.] I was probably more politically aware than other kids, too, although I was still a dumb kid and thought that Muslims and Islam were two different things. We talked about it a lot and over the next few days we were bracing for more attacks that never came.

RCvK: How has your view of that event changed, if at all, during the intervening years?

OrbiSon: I had watched all sorts of online conspiracy documentaries about it back then, from Zeitgeist to The Ring of Power and so on and so forth. Also read Dave McGowan’s writings on it. Interesting stuff but it becomes confusing after a while, especially since it’s hard to verify a lot of the claims, many of which were dubious. At the very least it’s clear that this was allowed to happen. Then you have the dancing Israelis, Larry Silverstein, and other cohencidences, and it’s too much not to think the chosen noses were involved. It’s not like false flags are anything new to them, what with the Lavon Affair, the USS Liberty, and other shenanigans they’ve been behind. But like I said, since I can’t spend my time being a detective and cracking the case, I find it easier and more worthwhile (at least for what I’m trying to achieve) to look at what events like this are used for: the (((neoCohenservative))) push for war in the Middle East and the War on Terror, which seems to be a win-win for the elites by fulfilling the Greater Israel/Oded Yinon plan for the Jews, a way to give the greedy, traitorous white (and Jewish, too, of course) capitalist pigs as well as the military-industrial complex big, endless contracts and access to natural resources, and sending the goyim off to die. Also, the Israeli military benefits since they can stay home and don’t have to spend as much money on diapers for their soldiers.

RCvK: Why are so many trannies and homosexuals involved in the Alt-Right?

OrbiSon: Honestly, to me this seems like a trope that doesn’t ring true. Unfortunately, there have been queers & other deviants that pop up, particularly online. In those cases it’s probably that since the internet has a low barrier to entry, and this is still more or less a fringe movement (plus the anonymity factor), you’ll get all sorts of weirdos coming out of the woodwork. Our group doesn’t have that issue because we do have barriers to entry, one of which is no fags allowed. No matter how you slice it, whether from a religious perspective, a moral or a scientific one, it’s just unnatural behavior and if someone can’t get that straight, they’ve got something wrong with them. I don’t understand how someone can claim to be for the 14 Words when they’re engaging in that disgusting deviancy.

Another issue could be since “alt-right” is kind of a vague term, it can be (and has been) twisted to mean whatever someone wants it to mean and the parameters can be adjusted by whatever shyster so they can market it to their fanbase. So despite the jokes and the sarcastic allusions that get made, it doesn’t seem to be as common as some make it out to be. I’ve met probably around 100 or so pro-Whites and nationalist types that would fall under the Alt-Right umbrella in real life and not a single fag (and definitely no crossdressers) among them. Autistics, sure. They’re probably overrepresented. Although in that case I think it’s a generational thing. Not sure if there’s hard data to support this theory, but I think most millennials are at the very least somewhat on the spectrum. And I mean that generally speaking, not just in the Alt-Right.

RCvK: Do Roy Orbison’s more tender ditties ever make you cry?

OrbiSon: No.

RCvK: The song “Oh, Pretty Woman” strikes me as a rather disturbing depiction of a highly unstable and desperate individual who seems to attach an instantaneous intensity of emotional connection to a perfect stranger he meets on a street. What is your interpretation of this signature song of Orbison’s and do you condone the practice of publicly snarling at beautiful women?

OrbiSon: Orbison was not a classically handsome guy. Kind of a goofy-looking bastard, actually. If you see him without the sunglasses, he looks like he could definitely be on the spectrum and, taking that into consideration, making animal noises at a woman is not the worst approach a guy like that could do. Also, ninety-five percent of his catalogue is about crying, being blue, wearing sunglasses unnecessarily, etc. He strikes me as a manic depressive, so maybe he was having some kind of manic episode.

RCvK: What is your position on Trumpian pussy-grabbing?

OrbiSon: I’m a firm believer in “kino” but this might be taking it too far…

RCvK: What are a few of your favorite songs or albums from the golden age of American rock and roll?

Orbison: Johnny Burnette – “The Train Kept a-Rollin’”; Elvis – “One Night of Sin”; Curtis Gordon – “Sitting on Top of the World”; Joyce Green – “Black Cadillac”. I’m not sure if that era had many full length albums that were good the entire way through, but a cool thing about being in the digital age is there’s a million great compilations that bring these songs all together. Some good examples are Rockin’ Bones, Born Bad, Like Nothing Your Ears Have Ever Heard Before, and The Rarest Rockabilly Album in The World Ever. You can find most of these on YouTube, which has many of its own solid compilations. Not worth desegregation and the repercussions of the sexual revolution, but still, I guess the future isn’t all bad.

RCvK: What are your feelings toward the fifties and early sixties generally? Was this really a time of pristine and halcyon innocence?

OrbiSon: Certainly not. While the Allies were off slaughtering the men defending Europe and in the process making the world safe for communism and world Jewry (but I repeat myself), the Frankfurt School and other kosher parasites were spreading their poison over here. So, by the time the fifties rolled around, the rot had already taken root. And that’s not to say there weren’t problems here before then, but that was when it really started to accelerate downhill. Social engineering was wreaking havoc on the country, breaking up white ethnic Catholic neighborhoods, loosening up sexual mores, etc. Also, materialism became prevalent, cementing itself as the new religion of America and the West in general. When people get nostalgic about that era, much of it is ignorance about the bad shit that was happening but some of it is legitimate. It’s just that it’s in a relative sense, as in, although I can say there was all of this bad stuff going on, it’s still in a lot of ways better than how it is now.

RCvK: Is your nostalgia pure or ironic and hip? What is the usefulness, if any, that nostalgia offers?

OrbiSon: I don’t know if you can have authentic nostalgia for an era you weren’t alive during, but I do enjoy music from that period and certain parts of the style from back then. Early rock music wasn’t the most lyrically substantive genre of all time, but the vibe and the style is enjoyable to me. And it’s possibly the last time popular music had white men that weren’t effeminate long-haired nancy boys, mopey drug addicts, or wiggers.

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Like many other things, nostalgia is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it does give people a skewed perspective on historical events and eras from the past which, particularly if you didn’t live through them, would give people the impression that things were better than they actually were. And you don’t want people living in the past and fooling themselves because they look at things with rose-colored glasses. But on the other hand, it accentuates the positive and that can be a good thing. For instance, it can be a powerful motivator. Take the right for instance. You have people posting pictures from various eras, whether it’s the Third Reich, the suburbs of the fifties, Renaissance paintings, and things of that nature. This stuff speaks to people because it reminds us of what we once had; a quality of existing that we no longer have in the current year but would very much like to regain. And while there is no way we can ever return to the Third Reich or the nineteen-fifties (as people generally imagine it), there are certain aspects of life during those time periods that we can replicate or at least work towards. And it won’t be perfect, but it will certainly be an improvement over where we’re headed if we sit around and do nothing productive about our current predicament.

RCvK: What would Roy Orbison do?

OrbiSon: Probably cry.

RCvK: Any parting remarks for the readers of Aryan Skynet?

OrbiSon: The internet is a powerful tool and can be used for all sorts of constructive things, but don’t fall into the trap of letting a screen suck away all of your time. The real world is where it’s at. If you don’t already have a group of like-minded people in your area, start looking. Chances are, unless you’re in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere, there’s at least one other person who thinks along the lines that you do. Find them, talk to them online for a bit, arrange a meet up and, if it goes well, try to make a regular thing of it and expand. I know it seems hopeless at times with the sheer amount of lemmings that give you the fluoride stare when you try to talk about anything other than Netflix and monkeyball, but don’t lose hope. More and more people are snapping out of their trances and are looking for a more fulfilling existence than what ZOG has provided us. The powers that shouldn’t be want us all atomized, sitting behind a computer all day and keeping us in a little playpen. They don’t want us forming communities because they just want us to sit down and shut up while they rob us of our birthright; the life our ancestors struggled and fought to provide for us and the future that belongs to our posterity. I’m not going to sit here and tell you I have it all figured out, but I do know that the first step is getting together with people that are on the same page and coming up with something better than just reacting to news stories and commenting online. The potential one white person alone has is already amazing, but when you have a group of them exchanging ideas, coming up with solutions and putting them into action … the potential results are almost unimaginable. Get out and get organized. Hail victory.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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91 comments on “Pretty Wotan: Doing Das Ooby Dooby with Goy Orbison of the Houston Goylers

  1. icareviews
    April 29, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. bob saffron
    April 30, 2017

    See? TRS is doing good work in facilitating these real world affiliations among disaffected men, married or single. Most of the shows they host I’m not familiar with (only Beyond the Wall, Rebel Yell, and TDS), but the chaotic, anarchic blooming of different offerings seems a good sign of a genuine platform.

    I don’t know this guy but approve of his approach to 9/11. Uncommitted but healthily suspicious.

    Thanks for doing the interview.

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    • Hipster Racist
      April 30, 2017

      I don’t really expect anyone to get into the 9/11 thing if they don’t want to, it’s orthogonal to White interests. But what I’ll never understand is the rejection of high school level physics, which is all we need to understand that it was an “inside job” – literally, “inside” the WTC.

      I always said that I thought Enoch came across as a good guy on his radio show (and he has a great voice for radio too.)

      I also notice that this guy seems to be a former “leftist” and is familiar with Chomsky, etc.

      While conservatives often time get things right because they just have “good instincts” your basic bitch conservative never gets into “institutional analysis” or how things like “structure” works. People who are a little bit smarter than average tend to get caught in “liberalism” or “leftism” because it’s the smarter people that are more policed intellectually and of course it takes a good education to believe the nonsense the left puts out.

      But take someone who went through a “leftist phase” in their 20s and they tend to make the best “right wingers” when they get older.

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      • icareviews
        April 30, 2017

        Don’t leave out libertarians. I continue to maintain that a number of them are ripe for conversion. Spencer has talked about how so many of the people in the identitarian movement today are people who have gone through a libertarian phase. Like liberals, they tend to read more and are often highly intelligent, if in an “autistic” sort of way.

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      • bob saffron
        May 1, 2017

        Sure, I’m a libertarian, and most of the TRS crowd seem to be disenchanted Ron Paulistas.

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      • bob saffron
        May 1, 2017

        There’s a lot of anti-Israel sentiment amongst libertarians (Jews excepted, naturally), even those who profess to be racially daltonic. Many, such as myself, will end up confronting the JQ after critically evaluating the Holocaust narrative.

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      • bob saffron
        May 1, 2017

        Affirmative Action, or indeed any restriction on the right to associate or disassociate, is abhorrent to libertarians.

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      • bob saffron
        May 1, 2017

        Apart from Enoch, “Marcus Halberstram” (Fash the Nation) was the stand-out, a real natural. Not for nothing was that show the highest rating of the TRS portfolio. After the blow-up he disappeared (apparently Wifegate took him by surprise), but will be returning.

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  3. bob saffron
    April 30, 2017

    If you’re casting around for Alt-Righters to interview, try Southern National “Musonius Rufus”:
    https://identitydixie.com/contact-submissions/

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    • bob saffron
      April 30, 2017

      “Southern Nationalist…”

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    • icareviews
      April 30, 2017

      I’ll check it out.

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      • bob saffron
        April 30, 2017

        I’d be surprised if you didn’t warm to the guy. He’s a scholar and a gentleman.

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  4. bob saffron
    April 30, 2017
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  6. Hipster Racist
    April 30, 2017

    Come on you didn’t even ask him about the whole Enoch thing?

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    • icareviews
      April 30, 2017

      I was honestly more interested in finding out whether or not he cries when he listens to Roy Orbison.

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  7. Hipster Racist
    April 30, 2017

    it’s basically adherence to hierarchy and the laws of nature along with sacrificing selfish individualism for the greater good.

    The Southern American tradition is, of course, all about “adherence to hierarchy and the laws of nature” and “sacrificing selfish individualism for the greater good.”

    No need for the xenophilia directed toward a dozen year span 75 years ago in middle Europe.

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    • icareviews
      April 30, 2017

      I support white xenophilia, which – particularly given our idiotic tendency to fight wars with each other – represents a step in the right direction. You’re right, though, that obsessing over European nationalist movements to the exclusion of homegrown nationalist precursors is silly. My point: why can’t people like Charles Lindbergh AND Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera? Acknowledging that the latter or Oswald Mosley had some things to say that are worth considering today doesn’t necessitate that we dress up in costumes.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 30, 2017

        I think we’ve banished the costume clowns altogether, I don’t think we really have that problem anymore.

        As I said on altright.com recently, I just don’t see any need to posture as “far right” in any case. I’m a moderate, a centrist. This whole thing in Berkekely is an example of the Far Left Zionists (Antifa) and the Far Right Zionists (Proud Boys) fighting each other – it’s a family feud.

        I’m taking the middle ground between the two Zionist extremes: White countries for White people.

        I also don’t think something like WWI or WWII could happen anymore. Too much integration between Europe and America. Also WWI was the first war which was totally dominated by industry – the Poles were still using horses. It was the first war when the old styles of warfare proved just ludicrously suicidal. Americans like to talk about how Washington used guerrilla style to fight the old fashioned British still lining up in formation, but that allowed the British to still posture as somehow more heroic and gentlemanly.

        But of course lining up and marching into machine gun fire can’t be considered heroic under any circumstances.

        Also the World Wars were products of the mass media, and I doubt you could even organize Americans or Europe on that level these days. After they dropped nukes on Japan, the calculus of war just changed.

        Everything after WWII has been super-limited and extremely unpopular with Americans (and Europeans.) Fascism proper was just a product of its time and place and circumstance.

        Although I will admit that “ur-fascism” is sort of a basic human instinct. There was an old saying among certain circles that “fascism is just when the Mannerbund decides to rule directly.”

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  8. Unassuming Bigot
    April 30, 2017

    The comment system here is annoying . I can’t always reply to people I want to, since it doesn’t always show the Preply option.

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    • Unassuming Bigot
      April 30, 2017

      *Reply

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    • icareviews
      April 30, 2017

      To whom did you intend to reply, and what was the comment?

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      • Unassuming Bigot
        April 30, 2017

        I was actually trying to reply to you, on libertarians and how they’re ripe for pro-white views. The reply button for your comment wasn’t there.

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      • Unassuming Bigot
        May 1, 2017

        The comment to be exact, was agreeing that libertarians, such as those on Zero Hedge are ripe for the picking. Their general stance on nationalism and Jewish issue is much closer to us than Conservatism.

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  9. Goy Orbison
    May 1, 2017

    Thanks for having me on, Rainer. I’ve enjoyed this site ever since I saw it posted on MurderByMedia. Interesting takes that you don’t see very often on this end of the political spectrum. Hope to collaborate with you again in the future.

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    • barnyardboss
      May 16, 2017

      This is absolutely the BEST thing I have ever read on this site. I will share with my tatted up grand-nephew who may be the same age as you, and very JQ-aware. unusual for his age in this neck of the woods. Thanks so much, Rainier for this interview.

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  10. guest
    May 2, 2017

    Happy annual jewish American heritage month everyone!

    Are we having fun yet?

    I hope Ramz does a video on this, he could pull a Biden on purpose.

    “This month, I (Trump) celebrate with my family the deep spiritual connection that binds, and will always bind, the Jewish people to the United States and its founding principles,” the proclamation said. “We recognize the faith and optimism exemplified by American Jews is what truly makes America ‘The Golden Country,’ and we express our Nation’s gratitude for this great, strong, prosperous, and loving people.”

    Does gold trump great?

    “The Jewish people, said Trump, “have left an indelible mark on American culture,” adding that “today, it is manifested in the towering success Jewish people have achieved in America through a unique synthesis of respect for heritage and love of country.”

    This is beyond parody.

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  11. Sam J.
    May 3, 2017

    Damn his face looks FU.

    From a site I haven’t seen by supposedly a guy from the Abel Danger task force. Looks good as he’s all 100% Jews did 9-11 and doesn’t seem to be too crazy.

    http://www.abeldanger.net/2017/04/trump-controlled-by-mossad-part-ii.html

    Alex Jones is picking up the Netherlands banker story with Satanic worship and sacrificing kids. Uh-oh. Makes me hesitant to believe the story now. I wonder if this banker who supposedly couldn’t kill children is a Jew. If he is then we know the new story is now to blame all problems on Satanist and…cough…White people who are Satanist.

    They’re saying it’s the Illuminati that are doing this and my question every time anyone says the Illuminati is doing anything is how many TV stations do they own and why are the Jews covering up for them?

    Both these guys have slanted foreheads and frequently you can’t trust people with slanted foreheads.

    You asked why we couldn’t get a handle on the Jews. This is one reason. They lie so much and have so much money to promote so many lies that it’s like picking up a 200 pound bag of snot. It slides out of your arms no matter how you grab it.

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    • bob saffron
      May 3, 2017

      https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/

      – has been posted here before.

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    • icareviews
      May 3, 2017

      This Trump stuff in the link is mostly info that had already appeared at Aryan Skynet. I was the first to write about Glassner’s connection to 9/11.

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        In case you’ve not seen, Fitzpatrick Informer has just put up an interesting article on the Epstein affair.

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      • icareviews
        May 8, 2017

        I’ll check it out.

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  12. Sam J.
    May 3, 2017

    Maybe this is why Trump changed his mind so quick, if he ever was of a mind to save the country at all.

    Katie Johnson court filing, April 26, 2016

    http://radaronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/jeffrey-epstein-lawsuit-docs-signed.pdf

    I think we’ve been totally had. It’s frightening as they do this kind of stuff and have no fear of any backlash at all.

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    • bob saffron
      May 3, 2017

      There are ten of millions of net beneficiaries of the System. One guy is nothing. Even if his hair is real.

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      • bob saffron
        May 3, 2017

        Kennedy had a great head of hair and still…

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  13. Unassuming Bigot
    May 4, 2017

    Welp, I’ve seen it all. Apparently a Brony(I shit you not) is writing an article on the unconventional anti-nationalism of “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid” , which is some anime series. Some excerpts:

    [blockquote]As the series progresses, a wider cast of “dragons” are introduced who are mostly female and well-endowed in the breasticle department of their pseudo-human forms. The dragon-ness of their personalities is bleached out to nothing and they fade away into a background hum of ordinariness. Jokes about dragons having no comprehension of how a microwave is operated fade away as the cast become more and more attached to living life small. Like Syrian refugees with huge tits and Kawaii outfits, the dragons attach themselves to humans of no blood relation and become pseudo-families[/blockquote]

    [blockquote]This dragons-on-vacation type of parasitic self-abasement continues all the way up to the latest episode (thirteen), where the Emperor Dragon, Tohru’s father, makes an appearance to restore the natural order of things and drag his unruly daughter back to the “other world.” Ha! Resistance is futile, old man! Don’t you know that diversity is unquestionably good, and that all you need to overcome racial barriers is a big heart, a lot of tolerance, and a willingness to adopt a cosplaying reptile?[/blockquote]

    [blockquote]Coexistence requires repression, abnegation, and self-loathing. It’s been foisted on us from elsewhere by those scared of our power, who want us neutered and harmless, willing to be “civilized.” We have been manipulated into self-destruction through being told suicidal tolerance is “human decency.” This enfeebling, false morality feeds on self-doubt and existential ennui. It’s time to snap out of our shells of technical tricks and pretending and go back to be being dragons.[/blockquote]

    I think future article should focus on the subjects such as : “Is Pokémon Implicitly White?” and “DBZ: Its parallels to the Mexican invasion”.

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  14. Sam J.
    May 4, 2017

    This interview was great. This picture triggered me.

    This has got to be some of the most effective propaganda possible.

    I’ve posted all kinds of stuff on 9-11 and building 7 but the most effective is you must point out that the the building fell the same speed as a rock dropped in air. Now some will still not get it so you add that there’s only TWO variables in something falling. The field of gravity and the density of air underneath the object falling. Since the building fell the same speed as the rock ONLY AIR HELD THE BUILDING UP. We all know that’s a lie.

    I think it’s important to point this out as people have a subconscious belief that bigger, heavier things fall faster than smaller things.

    Here’s what I usually post please feel free to steal any portion in any way.
    “…

    There is no way possible that building #7 could have fallen the way it did without some type of demolition. I will explain. On 9-11 Building #7 fell the same speed as a rock dropped beside it in free air for roughly 108 feet. This means the building had no resistance to falling except air. Impossible without explosives.

    All materials fall the same speed in a gravity field disregarding air friction which I don’t thing we need to worry about for a building falling. So the speed of our imaginary rock falling next to the building is just gravity related. The speed of the buildings falling, the exact same as the rock, is just gravity also. This means that there was NOTHING to slow the fall of the building. The density of the material under the imaginary rock falling was air. The building fell the same therefore the density of the material under the building was also air. We know this is not true. Building #7 was not hovering in the air. The lower portions of the building were demoed out from under it.

    It’s makes NO difference how big the fires were. The buildings density never reached the same value as air! The fires did not boil away the building structure where it was light as air! All the talk about damage, fires, this, that, all bullshit because the building fell with all four corners almost level the same speed as a rock in AIR. If a building falls as fast as a rock and the rock is falling through JUST AIR then the building is falling through JUST AIR also. Simple equivalence. 1=1, 2=2, big rock falling in air=small rock falling in air=building falling in air. One problem is people sometimes believe that a really heavy thing will fall faster than a lighter thing. Not true. Look at this video of the Apollo astronaut dropping a feather and a hammer on the Moon. They land at the same time.

    This is one of the best videos I’ve seen on the building #1 and #2. It’s by a Mechanical Engineer. It’s very interesting by itself even if you don’t believe in any conspiracy, it’s shows the towers, how they’re designed and there’s no hold your breath type speculation stuff.

    …”

    The above is impossible to argue with without some serious lying and make believe that can be called out easily. It immediately goes to the root of the problem, and avoids all the other fireproof passports and all the other stuff that could be argued about. I’ve only found one Jew that would argue about the above and that was Jim at Jim’s blog. Made me happy because everything he said just dug the hole deeper. The rest usually shut up immediately when I post the above about building 7. Smart because there’s no argument around it that I’ve found.

    I add the last video because it’s really good and it ties in building 7 with the other two towers quite nicely.

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    • bob saffron
      May 4, 2017

      Hmm, I don’t know whether I’d be using the faked Moon landing footage to prove my point about gravity. We can, after all, create a vacuum in the lab.

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      • Sam J.
        May 7, 2017

        I’ve never seen any convincing information that says the Moon landing was fake. I’ve looked at a lot of it and I’m hardly the guy who believes everything the government says.

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      • icareviews
        May 7, 2017

        I like Dave McGowan’s essay on the subject, and some of the photo and video evidence is fishy, but I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t have the scientific evidence to be able to judge these events at the most authoritative level.

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        Go to an X-ray/CAT-scan lab and try on one of the lead aprons. Now imagine how much lead you’d need in deep space. Von Braun’s thoughts on the matter are instructive. Astronauts in low-orbit report seeing stars with eyes closed on account of high ambient radiation, and that’s only a few hundred miles above the Earth.

        Alternatively, go out in the sun in summer without a hat for several days and see how you feel about passing through the Van Allen belts.

        The Moon story is risible.

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      • icareviews
        May 8, 2017

        Also, that Moon lander vehicle just looks like a cheesy sci-fi movie prop at this distance, with all of that gold foil goofiness on it.

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      • Hipster Racist
        May 8, 2017

        I used to go to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum every single summer as a child and saw the Lunar Lander up close and personal. I was always unimpressed even as a child – the airplanes were far more impressive. At first I was under the impression that it was the actual lander they took to the moon, later that it was one of the backups, a few years later it was a replica. Then one year they just took it down. Who knows? Maybe the kids were asking too many inconvenient questions.

        McGowan suggests that the story has a limited life span. It’s been 50 years, no one even talks about sending humans outside of low earth orbit much less to the moon again even less to Mars. I was a child when the Space Shuttles were around and remember how disappointed all us kids were when they told us it wasn’t going to the Moon, or Mars, just flying around in low earth orbit.

        So 50 years from now when we’re all in the old folks home are we still going to believe? All that Moon business happened before I was born, I only saw the TV show and admittedly it wasn’t particularly impressive.

        I have to wonder what our grandchildren are going to think when we tell them, “100 years ago Buzz Aldrin went to the Moon, drove around in a Moon Buggy and played golf!” Will they think we’re just senile?

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        Like the Holocaust, the onus is not on skeptics to disprove the Official Story but rather its proponents to prove it.

        Oh, that’s right, I saw it on TV!

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        I seem to remember this was not bad (though I’d point out that the beginning comment about the Titanic‘s sinking is wrong; it was sister ship Olympic which went down.)

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        Here’s another:
        https://nomoregames.net/2012/08/08/moon-dust-rocket-engines-and-nasa/

        For true believers, I’d be interested in availing myself of some of the air-con technology that worked better (and was less bulky) fifty years ago on the Moon than it does in my place today. Suggestions?

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      • bob saffron
        May 7, 2017

        Skip the first 12 minutes of the video and go straight to the radiation discussion.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        Just for amusement, go to 28:00 for the nervous hands. A lot of pen-wrestling, ha ha.

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      • Sam J.
        May 8, 2017

        The comments on the page linked about the Moon landing cover how he’s wrong fairly well. The radiation part is fairly easy to explain. There is a large amount of radiation but all of it is not of the frequency(speed) that interacts with human tissue. It goes right through you. Now a large amount of time in this environment would fry you but they weren’t in it for along time. Also the VARB are low energy,”…Very low energy particles cannot penetrate the skin of a spacecraft, nor even the skin of an astronaut…”

        http://www.wwheaton.com/waw/mad/mad19.html

        As for the lander being tin foil looking yes it was but that’s the outside solar shield. Look at this construction picture.

        As for the dust you make a big deal of it not being blown away then you have a fit that none of it stuck around to get on the legs. Which is it?

        Dust and dirt after millions of years will compact just through electrostatic attraction. There’s no gasses like on Mars to stop the interaction. The dust cover will only be from recent asteroid strikes.

        I’ve looked at a bunch of these and I’ve never seen any criticism that couldn’t be easily explained and if you know what I’ve posted over the years, blindly believing in the government is not my strong suite.

        I’ve seen the lander copy and the buggy up close. The buggy was super light. It looked much like a glorified lawn chair.

        I think the reason we never went back is it’s super dangerous and a hairy risky thing to do. We had one that almost didn’t make it back even with all the work they did. It was just a matter of time before we stranded them in orbit or on the Moon. Big publicity failure, big. I believe we should send some remote control robots and do some serious mapping. There’s a lot of pictures of what seem to be huge structures on the Moon. Maybe it’s all lies and photoshop but if it’s not I’d like to see what’s up there. You could do that with a solar powered rover with a small remote tethered to the buggy for power in the dark spots. It would only run every other month when the Sun was up but you could cover a lot of ground it you just kept at it for years.

        I must admit I’m much more skeptical of the recent Mars program. There’s lots of stuff on the pictures there that I can’t explain. Stuff that looks like spark plugs and ground squirrels. It could be that we automatically see objects familiar to us in random pictures because our brain just works that way. Like elephants in clouds. If they are faking the Mars mission they’re idiots.

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      • Hipster Racist
        May 8, 2017

        There’s a lot of pictures of what seem to be huge structures on the Moon.

        That’s the glass beads from the Scotch-lite rear projection screen 😛

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      • icareviews
        May 8, 2017

        “Also the VARB are low energy”

        That’s Trump the Science Guy’s story and he’s sticking with it.

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      • Sam J.
        May 8, 2017

        “…no one even talks about sending humans outside of low earth orbit much less to the moon again even less to Mars…”

        Not true. Even remotely. Elon Musk must talk about going to Mars at least once a week if not more. Not only that but he’s building the rocket to do it. Here’s a picture of one of the tanks they built to test for the Mars rocket. It’s awesome.

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      • Hipster Racist
        May 8, 2017

        I mean actual serious proposals. Elon Musk tells us the entire universe is actually a computer simulation – even rich people smoke pot.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        “There is a large amount of radiation but all of it is not of the frequency(speed) that interacts with human tissue. It goes right through you. Now a large amount of time in this environment would fry you but they weren’t in it for along time.”

        Because we don’t put people to death by radiation, our information on how precisely massive radiation from different parts of the spectrum is patchy. Of course radiation goes right through you (and the spacecraft), hence the lead apron in the CAT-scan or X-ray lab. And yes they would have been in that Van Allen belt for a relatively long time. Just think how brief the exposure is to X-rays in a lab and how dangerous that can be. I mean they even banned radium in watches.

        For punishment you are to stand in the sun all day in July with no hat or sunburn cream and then write an essay “Brief Exposure to Low-level Solar Radiation: Effects on Human Tissue”.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        I still want some of that air-con technology. It’s a lot hotter on the sunny Moon that in my place and yet look at their tiny air-con modules. I want one! Tang, ball-points, not interested. I want NASA’s refrigeration know-how.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        Errata corrige:
        “how precisely massive radiation from different parts of the spectrum [affects human tissue] is patchy”

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        Sam,
        You’ve seen those goofy space suits, surely. Forget for a moment all the radiation issues. How about the particulates that travel space at enormous speed, meteorite dust, etc.? Wouldn’t a shard of something traveling at tens of thousands of mph just puncture ye olde canvas space suit? Hell, it might even be a speck of kryptonite.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        The Mars fantasies are a logical progression from the Moon-landing lies. More ways to extort money from taxpayers for the benefit of various agencies and contractors.
        “Oh, what a tangled web we weave…when first we practice to deceive.”

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        Your tax dollars at work!

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      • Sam J.
        May 8, 2017

        “… It’s a lot hotter on the sunny Moon that in my place and yet look at their tiny air-con modules…”

        Sunlight in a vacuum can be reflected with just white paint. Very little is absorbed. Vacuum is a great insulator so actually they needed more heat. Remeber the cold in Apollo 13?

        Look I gave a link that had lots of explainations about radiation and you ignored them That’s ok but don’t then ask me questions that are already covered. It gets kind of complicated and it’s more than I’m willing to track down. Let’s leave it at you’re not going to convince me Apollo was a farce. I’ve seen tons this stuff already and I have also seen lots and lots of stuff refuting it being a farce and I’m satisfied with the, it not being a farce argument.

        The radiation that they got was somewhere around 2 rems. A years worth. Not good but not anywhere near fatal. Not even close.

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        “Sunlight in a vacuum can be reflected with just white paint. Very little is absorbed. Vacuum is a great insulator so actually they needed more heat. Remeber the cold in Apollo 13?”

        Sorry, Apollo 13 is just a Hollywood story aimed at reviving a flagging public interest in the Space Race. It’s not a scientific argument.

        Now, for the science. White paint reflects whether in a vacuum or not, that’s a red herring. The critical point is that it absorbs all the radiation that it doesn’t reflect (silver obviously offers more protection), and the amount of radiation on the Moon surface is enormously greater than on Huntington Beach. Now my face is white and undoubtedly reflects more radiation than Morgan Freeman’s, but does than mean that I’m less likely to get sunburned than him? Of course, not.

        The cold argument is just as fallacious. If NASA can’t rig me up with a super-cooler, then I’ll take their super-heater. To create any sort of massive heat differential requires enormous amounts of energy. Sunlit moon > 200º F, dark side <-200ºF. Body temperature 97.7- 99.5 °F.
        Pack sunglasses or a thick sweater!

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      • bob saffron
        May 8, 2017

        To the obvious objection, “Why didn’t the Russians talk?”, the answer is probably fairly prosaic. The military-industrial complex in the USSR had as much to gain from the Space Race as NASA and its contractors. A mutually beneficial silence detrimental only to John Doe and Ivan Ivanovich, the eternal suckers.

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      • icareviews
        May 10, 2017

        The U.S.S.R. had greater economic ties with the West than most people realize. The Soviets imported a lot of technology from western countries.

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      • Sam J.
        May 10, 2017

        “…Elon Musk tells us the entire universe is actually a computer simulation…”

        Uhhh…that’s not what he said. He said that there’s one possibility that this is all real but there were a vast number of possibilities of having it be a simulation so the odds favor it being a simulation.

        I believe this to be a goof and either he’s trolling us or you have a direct example of why really smart people believe in stupid stuff like Communism.

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    • bob saffron
      May 9, 2017

      “Keep it up!”

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      • bob saffron
        May 10, 2017

        More interesting perhaps that the “Moon Landing” itself is the insight into how heavily politicians, who live knowing that Washington is built on an unstable foundation of lies, invest in their historical legacy. Such is their ego that they agonize over tomorow’s revisionism (eg. Eisenhower’s “industrial-military complex”).
        https://skullandbonesband.blogspot.com/2011/08/what-former-us-president-bill-clinton.html

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      • Hipster Racist
        May 10, 2017

        @bob saffron

        I’ve read Bill Clinton’s book “My Life” – it really takes an effort to NOT read between the lines when the only thing he mentions about the Moon Landings is the guy who told him “them TV fellers can make stuff look real that ain’t.”

        We’re talking about literally the Most Important Event in Human History – Man leaving Earth, touching the Heavens, and landing on the Face of the Moon (traditionally, the Goddess.) This event has Religious Significance, it’s virtually Man Becoming A God.

        And President Bill Clinton dismisses the entire thing with a throw away line about “TV fellers” pulling one over on the public. Now the line is “we lack the ‘national will’.”

        Again, when the baby boomers die off I wonder how many people will even mention it anymore. I’m certainly not interested in “proving” or “disproving” anything – this stuff supposedly happened before I was born and it’s clearly a part of the past, not the future. So to me it’s a big “meh” – saw the TV show, looked kind of cheesy, I don’t expect to see any reruns in my lifetime.

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      • Hipster Racist
        May 10, 2017

        @bob saffron

        For more fun, watch President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore giving some sort of “Lifetime Achievement Award” to Neal Armstrong. Clinton has a hilarious shit-eating grin on his face, Al Gore just looks uncomfortable, and poor Neal Armstrong looks like someone is holding a gun to his back.

        It reminds me of George H. W. Bush at Chief Justice Warren’s funeral, laughing at the podium when he mentions the “crazed gunman” that shot JFK and how no one believed the “conspiracy theorists” because everybody trusted Warren.

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      • icareviews
        May 11, 2017

        It was Gerald Ford’s funeral:

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      • bob saffron
        May 11, 2017

        Yeah, I’ve seen that Bush valedictory but my pick is this:

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      • bob saffron
        May 11, 2017

        Thanks. I’m just watching that Clinton, Armstrong thing now. Actually, I’m surprised to see Armstrong smile before the formalities began. He always looks so grim.

        That anecdote in the Clinton autobiography was just so corny it could only have been included as a wink to future generations. I mean no small amount of effort and ego would have been poured into such a work.

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      • bob saffron
        May 11, 2017

        Gore:
        “millions of Americans have admired you not only for your achievement but for the quiet dignity with which you have conducted yourself and represented not only our country but human kind, ladies and gentlemen, Neil Armstrong.”

        Love these guys!

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      • bob saffron
        May 11, 2017

        “Meh” – yeah, I’m not too heavily invested in the whole saga. Nevertheless it does amuse me when I they run scare stories about sunburn, holes in ozone, and skin cancer at sea level. Armstrong racked up three score and ten plus change.

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      • icareviews
        May 12, 2017

        Imagine how much skin cancer has been precipitated by inculcating racial self-loathing into whites, who allow themselves to be convinced through media manipulation that they somehow become more attractive by subjecting themselves to “tans” (i.e., radiation burns).

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      • bob saffron
        May 12, 2017

        (Beltway guys, to be clear).

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      • bob saffron
        May 12, 2017

        That presentation features Armstrong’s cryptic comment about removing “one of truth’s protective layers”

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      • bob saffron
        May 15, 2017

        It would, of course, be naive to imagine that high-level collaboration between MSM and Washington to shape a narrative using outright visual trickery doesn’t continue right up to the present day. The big lie is the defensible one.

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  15. guest
    May 5, 2017

    I’m still hoping for RCvK to interview HR, and then vice versa.

    Or mindweapon!

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    • guest
      May 6, 2017

      Angrywhitemen seems like a counterpart to Tyrone Trump.

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    • Hipster Racist
      May 6, 2017

      It’s rather amusing how utterly predictable they are. As Steve Sailer said, they just “point and stutter.” “Look, these people are talking about the interests white people. They say that ‘Jews’ are ‘anti-white’ and they use terms like ‘anti-white’.”

      Point, sputter, sputter, point.

      I mean, yeah, and? Thanks for quoting us I guess. The fact it’s so triggered about Jews getting mentioned and it uses the (((echoes))) meme means it’s likely a Jew. So it’s a Jew that instead of doing some tikkun olam on its own community it decides to point and sputter at OTHER people. Do these Jews have any capacity for self-reflection? You know, what’s the saying, if someone thinks you are an asshole it might be them. But if everyone thinks you’re an asshole, it might be you.

      So, they are “tracking the alt-right.” It’s apparently a hobby with these people. On reddit they have like dozens of subs dedicated to “tracking anti-semitism” and they do the same thing. “Hey look these people criticized a Jew, or Jews, or Jewish cultures, or Israel, or the religion of Judaism, or said that Jerry Seinfeld wasn’t funny. NAZI! Donald Trump is LITERALLY Hitler amiriteguise? Oy vey it’s like the Holocaust in here, meshugenuh!”

      What the hell is wrong with these people? Do they not have a life?

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      • Unassuming Bigot
        May 7, 2017

        I really think if all White Nationalists dissapeared off the face of the Internet the SPLC would have to create them. It’s funny how they seem to want to understand our memes. “Look! The White Nationalists are using Pepe again. Better right an in-depth article on it.” I’m exaggerating, but it’s seriously funny how much energy they put into it.

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      • icareviews
        May 7, 2017

        Yeah, I read through that Angry White Men post, just waiting for the author to get the point, only to realize there wasn’t one. Just a series of quotes from the interview. Anyway, thanks for the publicity, Angry Jew Men.

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    • Hipster Racist
      May 6, 2017

      Look at this:

      https://angrywhitemen.org/2016/05/23/4chan-trolls-once-again-fail-to-trick-feminists-with-noequalitynoshower/

      Apparently this is a celebration of feminists not being tricked by evil trolls trying to get them to not take a shower in some sort of fake protest.

      Wow you can’t get anything progressives!

      Apparently there are no commenters on the site likely no readers either. It’s just point and sputter. OMG OMG OMG someone has opinions that are different than the left!

      It’s also apparently a feminist site so the whole “angry white males” thing is a real example of projection. I’m guessing the author is like literally an Angry Jew Woman.

      I mean I can’t even. I’m like literally it’s the Current Year.

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      • Unassuming Bigot
        May 7, 2017

        Haha I know right. They jsut present articles like “this is so evil and bad, Whites having identity. It’s the Current year!”. At least that’s the tone I get.

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  16. Unassuming Bigot
    May 7, 2017

    Yeah, there are hardly any comments on there, which was a bit surprising. I guess it shows you that the SPLC has the market covered on “point and splutter”.

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