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All You Edomite So-Called White Men Are Going into Hardcore Servitude

Like Dirty Harry said, a man has got to know his limitations, and I readily admit to being stumped by the power of Black Hebrew Israelite scholarship. As much as I have wished to convince myself and my readers over the years that there may be some glorious destiny awaiting the European peoples, Bible prophecy is unequivocal on the sad fate that the Most High has in store for us sons of Esau. As true Israelite evangelists demonstrate in passionate exhortations delivered on street corners across urban America on a weekly basis, the fact of the matter is that we have no hope but to bow down when these brothers come to our town.

As it turns out, America’s wickedness toward the true Hebrews and its sinful indulgence of transgenderism, RFID technology, and chemtrails will inevitably result in a Soviet nuclear strike on the United States that will lay the demonic achievements of Edomite civilization to waste, leaving the Hebrew Israelites in overlordship over the albino devils now in charge. Before we know it, the so-called white man will be going into hardcore servitude, his women headed into concubinage in a best-case scenario. The Hebrew Israelite exegesis on these matters is just too righteous to counter, I am afraid. At any rate, gentlemen, I enjoyed knowing you, and I keep you, your families, and loved ones in my prayers this holiday season, begging the Most High that no tree-chucking monster’s projectiles find us in the nuclear Apocalypse.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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72 comments on “All You Edomite So-Called White Men Are Going into Hardcore Servitude

  1. Arch Stanton
    November 23, 2018

    Are you really CI, or are you just being sarcastically cynical? Do you really believe in the Jews’ biggest book of historical Talmudic lies and insanity with its murderously psychopathic Jewed god YHVH? Do you actually put spiritual stock in books written by Jews, for Jews, about Jews? Do you really pray to a Jew god with hopes “he” will listen to a gullible goy boy who believes in him?

    Do you actually believe Jesus is/was the “christ” when he never claimed the title assigned to him later by the lying, conniving, Jew opportunist Saul/Paul? What about Matthew ten and fifteen, where twice Jesus specifically commands his disciples to stay away from the goy and concentrate on the “lost sheep of Israel*.” How do you explain the lying Saul/Paul going directly against his alleged master’s direct command to his twelve disciples? Who’s the real master in this Jewish lie anyway?

    *(that would mean Jews, forget the “Edomite” bullshit, because that is just another not-so-clever Christian attempt to redact and co-opt a thoroughly Jewish story. Here is a riddle. According to the not-so-good book, can you identify how many “Edomites” are found sacrificing at the first century Jewish Temple where Jesus spent his time railing against its administrative authority?)

    Do you actually believe Jesus was his own father and son? If so, then how might one define “father” and “son?” Can you explain the JudeaoChristian absurdity of the Trinity and its bizarre notion of the “holy ghost?” Are not ghosts spirits of the dead? Since “god” is a “holy ghost,” does this mean god is dead? Or is this merely another one of those tricky Jewed definitions, like “father” and “son?”

    Perhaps as (((they))) say, Jesus was merely the bastard son of a roman soldier who performed magic tricks with his dick, after all it IS (((their))) story.

    The “most high”? Most high what? Most high Jew shit, as (((they))) claim? So how do you feel about “believing” the earth is flat?

    My friend, me thinks you have taken up with the wrong god, a god that is nothing more than a Jewish whore, invoked with magical mumbo-jumbo to enchant and terrify stupid gullible masses into fearful obedience.

    Most surely this will lead down the roads of perdition and damnation, to that special place in Jew hell where ignorant, gullible goy minds boil forever in vats of hot, Jew excrement. It begins in this Jewish mental institution called America, where heretical, “anti-Semitic” thoughts are imprisoned in the mind.Thoughts like what those Jew gods are really about, while ignoring those Jewish men behind the curtain pulling their levers.

    By the way, what is a “tree-chucking monster” and what are its “projectiles?”

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    • dgaubatz313
      November 23, 2018

      They have Europeans saying their the Chosen and Negroes saying their the chosen. It’s all bullshit, that book is terrible. I can’t believe Europeans and Arabs have been tricked into following this Abrahamic bullshit. The Arabs are worse than the Europeans when it comes to being hopelessly enslaved by this Abrahamic cult, but it still affects many Europeans.

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    • A. Vickstrom
      November 23, 2018

      By the way, what is a “tree-chucking monster” and what are its “projectiles?”

      Sarcasm, irony, and humour really aren’t your strong suits, are they?

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 23, 2018

        Poe’s Law in action.

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      • Arch Stanton
        November 23, 2018

        Okay I’ll go with your idea this is “sarcasm, irony, and humour” – now what does it mean?

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 24, 2018

      @Arch Stanton

      Your screed in this thread, as most of your screeds, is out of place. AS is not particularly interested in Christianity and certainly not in your rather bizarre and derivative deconstruction of it. I’m probably the most familiar with the subject but I’ve long stopped being impressed by any analysis that doesn’t include Eisenman or Atwill, or at the least their predecessors from the 19th century. Any analysis of Christian origins that doesn’t include the Flavian dynasty, the three Roman-Jewish wars, or the Alexander family of Philo fame, is utterly worthless.

      Instead, like many narrow-minded fundamentalist Protestant “historians” virtually the entire analysis is based on the Biblical texts alone, ignoring the voluminous extra-Biblical literature (Maccabees doesn’t count) which gives the all-important context. It would be like riffing on Star Trek: The Next Generation without ever referencing Star Trek: The Original Series, or really any study of post-Tolkien “sword and sorcery” without mentioning Tolkien himself, or an ever greater crime, discussing Tolkien without ever reading medieval romance.

      The “historical Jesus,” to the extent he even existed, was almost certainly an ancient version of Meir Kahane, or even Osama Bin Laden if you wish. The idea that “Jesus” was some “reformer” fighting against a Jewish establishment who later had his religion hijacked by Paul who semitized it is virtually the exact opposite of reality. It was the historical “Jesus” and his faction who represented semitism and Jewish supremacy, it was Paul who was the Hellenizer and the Roman loyalist. Anything Western, Roman, and European about Christianity comes from Paul, not Jesus. The New Testament description of Jesus is a Pauline creation with the historical semitism and Judaism suppressed.

      Hence the modern American Protestant evangelicals that seek to find the “original Christianity” free of Roman Catholic influences are forced to first drop Paul, then Jesus-as-divine, and eventually embrace the Jewish version of dhimmitude, Noachide law, and as one prominent youtube personality “I Want To Be Jew” memorably wrote, be happy sitting in the back of the synagogue as a second-class “God fearer” until one of the rabbis finds you worthy enough to stick your penis with a pin and draw a drop of blood that officially makes you a “Jew.”

      If you’re really into ancient semitic superstition, just become a Muslim, it’s far less racist than Judaism and really, Jesus was closer to an iman than a rabbi anyway.

      In any case, I’m fairly certain that no one on AryanSkynet cares one tiny bit about your rather eccentric reinterpretation of Christian mythology. I’d suggest I’m the only one who even has the background to follow it, and from what I’ve read of your blog, you haven’t even done the required reading to make a sensible case.

      I’m sure you will suggest I haven’t read all of your blog, which I freely admit to not doing, so if you claim I have misinterpreted some particular aspect of it, I won’t argue. That, at the end of the day, is your problem. What you write isn’t worthy of attention, it hasn’t passed the threshhold of notability, and you’re just rehashing the same shit that people have been rehashing since the late 1700s.

      This quote is enough to tell me you’ve missed the point ENTIRELY:

      Do you actually believe Jesus is/was the “christ” when he never claimed the title assigned to him later by the lying, conniving, Jew opportunist Saul/Paul?

      It was Jesus, not Saul/Paul, who was the lying, conniving, Jewish opportunist – and fanatic. Paul was, at the least, (along others of his stripe such as Philo and Josephus) attempting to enlighten the desert-dwelling semitic barbarians with some Greco-Roman culture.

      Christianity wasn’t a Jewish “conspiracy” against Europeans. It was a Roman conspiracy against the Jews, that worked so well the Romans later used it on Europeans.

      Thankfully, the Reformation, leading to the Enlightenment, leading to modernity, leading to the Scientific Revolution, has made all of the Bible, and all of Christianity and “religion” in general, utterly obsolete.

      Hence, this thread and the hilarious monkey-shines of the “Black Hebrew Israelites” who are, in many ways, the true modern heirs of the Biblical tradition, utterly unsullied by the imposition of Western science, modernity, and the Enlightenment.

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      • dgaubatz313
        November 24, 2018

        This is what someone I follow said when I brought up Joseph Atwill:

        “Joseph Atwill is a Jewish fraud and very likely a C.I.A. agent. His conspiracy theory about the origin of Christianity is 100% false and implausible on its face. Atwill also doesn’t have the qualifications to write or speak about this subject. He doesn’t even know Greek, and his entire conspiracy theory depends on textual parallels between Josephus and the NT gospels, which are both written in Greek! Richard Carrier wrote a blog article dissecting Atwill’s conspiracy theory several years ago. You can find it on his website. (Also note how Atwill’s conspiracy theory conveniently blames Romans for the invention of Christianity, when in fact it was Jews who invented it. I don’t think that’s a coincidence.)

        If you’re interested in the Jesus myth theory and the origins of Christianity, I would stick with Richard Carrier, Robert Price, and Earl Doherty (the source of Carrier’s Jesus myth theory). Carrier and Price both have relevant PhD’s. Doherty doesn’t have a PhD, but he’s a knowledgeable amateur (unlike Atwill).”

        I have a lot of things I’m doing right now, but eventually I’m going to look at both sides and see which seems more plausible and make up my own mind. First I’ll look at Atwill and Eisenman then when I’m done with that I’m going to look at Richard Carriers articles I have bookmarked where he supposedly dissected and debunked Atwill, then I’m going to look at Carrier and Prices books.

        I’ve usually looked at several sides in the past when seeking truth. I don’t do it as much anymore, but I think this is a situation where I should look at several sides. Right now I don’t have enough knowledge on this to come to a conclusion.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        @dgaubatz313

        Joseph Atwill is a Jewish fraud and very likely a C.I.A. agent.

        The first sentence alone tells you all you need to know about your source. Atwill is not Jewish, and he’s not at all likely to be a “C. I. A. agent.”

        But it hardly matters, you don’t need anything Atwill’s ever written to make the case, as even if Atwill is wrong about every single unique thing he wrote, the basic outline was already discovered 200 years ago – long before “the C. I. A.” or Atwill himself.

        his entire conspiracy theory depends on textual parallels between Josephus and the NT gospels, which are both written in Greek!

        The textual parallels between Josephus and the NT gospels have been noticed and studied since before the middle ages, by people who did, in fact, know Greek.

        Richard Carrier

        I’ve read it, Carrier makes no points of substance whatsoever.

        Also note how Atwill’s conspiracy theory conveniently blames Romans for the invention of Christianity, when in fact it was Jews who invented it.

        It’s not “convenient” – it’s a fact. That is why it’s called “the Roman Catholic Church” not “the Jewish Catholic church.” Romans invented Christianity.

        I’ve read all of this stuff for 20 years and none of my personal “theories” rely on any modern scholarship at all. All you have to do is read the original writings, it’s blatantly obvious that Christianity was an invention of the Roman empire during the Roman-Jewish wars, along with their Jewish collaborators like Josephus, Philo, and the Alexanders.

        None of it relies on specific knowledge of Hebrew, Greek or Latin either. We have perfectly good English translations. The parallels and the history are not obscure or require any sort of elaborate deciphering of “codes” – it’s all there in black and white in plain human language.

        Also, virtually all PhD level Biblical scholarship is shite. It ain’t rocket science and virtually every one of them have a religious axe to grind.

        I repeat: these comical Black Hebrew Israelites are the true hiers of the ignorant superstitions of Biblical mythology.

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      • dgaubatz313
        November 24, 2018

        I have a feeling you’re right, but I’m curious and want to look at several sides. If you have anything or anyone to recommend besides Atwill and Eisenman let me know. I’ll get to it eventually.

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      • dgaubatz313
        November 24, 2018

        I just have one question for now, why did the Romans ban Christianity? Also, the hidden hand has been at it for at least hundreds of years.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        @dgaubatz313

        I just have one question for now, why did the Romans ban Christianity?

        Romans “banned” “Christianity” thrice. The original “Christianity” they banned was not really “Christianity” at all, but the religion of the “Jews” that they were about to engage in a war with, the Roman Jewish war. That would be under Nero.

        The second “Christianity” they banned would be the “Christianity” under the post-Domitian Caesars, because it was the cult of the previous dynasty.

        Constantine established Christianity, likely because he was almost certainly a scion of the Flavian dynasty, he at least carried the name and he did erect monuments to himself right next to the famous Flavian monuments.

        Julian the Apostate didn’t exactly ban Christianity, but didn’t like it and sought to discredit it by privileging Jews, likely for personal reasons, at least according to E. Michael Jones.

        I find it even more interesting that there is, in fact, a second “New Testament” that has been forgotten by history (I can’t even recall the name off the top of my head.) When the Romans were conquering the Germanic pagans, they wrote a second New Testament, where Jesus Christ was, instead of a Hebrew prophet, was a Germanic warrior. Just as the Hebrew Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of the conquered Hebrew religion and their prophesies, the Germanic Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of the conquered Germanic religion and their myths.

        It’s a pretty standard imperial practice. Even Gengish Khan did something similar.

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      • dgaubatz313
        November 24, 2018

        This is getting interesting. I might put some of the stuff I’m doing now aside so i can get to Joseph Atwill sooner. Does Atwill and Eisenman talk about what you’re saying?

        I looked up the CNN thing and seen Richard Carrier was given publicity on Huffington Post too.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        Just to put it out there, I’d really love a reason – any reason – why “the C. I. A.” would hire a retired computer programmer to write an all but forgotten e-book about obscure religious topics that virtually no one actually cares about.

        And if “the C. I. A.” were to – for whatever reason – want to “rewrite” the entire history of Christianity, why would they choose some non-specialist crank like Atwill, instead of the many, many underpaid specialists, toiling away in elite universities, who would do just about anything for attention?

        If “the C. I. A.” were, in fact, pushing this idea for some nefarious agenda, why is it that Atwill is relegated to public access TV shows that no one watches, as opposed to having his book placed on NYT’s bestseller list, complete with a book tour and regular appearances on CNN?

        I guess that would just be too obvious.

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      • icareviews
        November 24, 2018

        I’ve spent dozens of hours consuming the content of Jan Irvin and Joseph Atwill, and I finally came to the conclusion that they were just sloppy amateurs when it comes to conspiracy stuff. Both men have done worthwhile work, and I’ve quoted them in my book and some of my articles, but after a while I just lost interest in sifting through all of the errors and inanities to find whatever grains of revelation there are in their oeuvres. The last straw for me was when they endorsed every goofy elaboration of Pizzagate, right down to Fritz Lang revealing secrets of the ancient pedophile cult in Metropolis and hinting at the underground tunnels where children were literally cannibalized under Washington, DC, and when Irvin started pushing the narrative that William S. Burroughs was a Confessions-of-a-Dangerous-Mind-style hitman for the CIA or some shit like that, which, as far as I can tell, is based on nothing more than the facts that he once interviewed for a position with the OSS and later shot his wife. Musing aloud is one thing, but Irvin and Atwill are constantly guilty of asserting suspicions or hypotheticals as facts, all of which is made infinitely more embarrassing by their arrogant, droning style and frequent mispronunciations. I still think some of their earlier interviews with the musicologist Hans Utter were fun and somewhat insightful, though.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        @icareviews

        Atwill has the disease that is common among academics and non-academic cranks alike. They discover one interesting thing, then assume that their one discovery is the lynch-pin of all human knowledge.

        I suspect Atwill is mostly right about the parallels of Jesus’ ministry and the military campaign of Vespasian and Titus. He’s obviously correct about Jesus’ prophesy of “building a wall around Jerusalem” and destroying the temple being fulfilled by Vespasian and Titus – this is actually traditional Christian teaching and received history. Atwill may or may not be correct about some other specific things, like the connection between “fishers of men” and the sea battle, or the “comedy of errors” with the various Marys discovering the empty tomb. It is exactly the sort of black comedy that the Romans wrote about the primitive tribes they conquered, so I suspect Atwill is on to something there, but there’s no way to “prove” it of course. Other stuff in CM is a lot more speculative, of course, and can’t be “proven” one way or another.

        Atwill on Shakespeare is a lot less obvious. That could be the same mistake that Catholics make about the connections between Judaism and Freemasonry. Freemasonry is based on Christianity, which is based on the Bible, which Judaism is based on. So, of course, you are going to get a lot of parallels. I found Atwill somewhat convincing on Titus Andronicus, because the theme of cannibalism is very much present in both the Old Testament and Christianity and of course where Shakespeare got the name is obvious. It was a common tragedy during ancient siege warfare when the basic tactic was to starve the people in the walled cities. The Old Testament prophesies that the Hebrews will “eat their children” because they disobeyed God, and Josephus records a story of the Jewish woman in Jerusalem offering her cooked baby as a “sacrificial lamb” to the Jewish soldiers, and her speech is eerily similar to the Christian Communion invocation. Titus Andronicus may or may not be “Jewish revenge literature” as Atwill states, but it could very well be, say, “Anglical Freemasonic revenge literature” of a similar theme.

        Of course, at some point, asking if Led Zeppelin really did plagiarize “Stairway to Heaven” from Spirit’s “Taurus” is a speculative question, at best. Now, you can’t argue that Butthole Surfers came up with “Hairway to Steven” all by themselves, but suggesting that Beck’s “Girl” was influenced musically or lyrically by “I Saw An X-Ray Of A Girl Passing Gas” is probably far more of a stretch (my guess is no.)

        Atwill truly went off the rails with his theories about the pedophilic, Masonic and CIA symbolism in Catcher in the Rye. Jan Irvin is just a typical smart White guy who became an acid casualty by taking too much LSD. And all that stuff Allegro wrote about mushrooms is just Grade-A Horsepucky.

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      • icareviews
        November 24, 2018

        HR, have you ever looked into John M. Allegro’s mushroom theory and do you consider his work worth reading?

        I was raised as the militant, unimaginative sort of atheist and never had any interest in religion or Christianity. Back around 2000 or 2001 I decided I was going to read the Bible just for lulz and to see what the big deal was, but I was so bored I never got past the Old Testament.

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      • Arch Stanton
        November 24, 2018

        Christians can thank YHVH god people like you are here to enlighten the knaves and fools out here generally lost to brilliant, intellectual elites like yourself.

        It would be like riffing on Star Trek: The Next Generation without ever referencing Star Trek: The Original Series, or really any study of post-Tolkien “sword and sorcery” without mentioning Tolkien himself, or an ever greater crime, discussing Tolkien without ever reading medieval romance.

        How meaningful, how relevant, especially if one happens to watch TV and read trash novels designed not to inform, but to distract. This is the kind of piercing insight that “shivers me timbers.” I’m surprised Harry Potter or Batman wasn’t mentioned in passing. (As you can see, I’m not totally ignorant about “cool things” going on in this world)

        If only we ignorant fools understood the meaning of ever-so-cool phraseology like “riffing on Star Trek.” I can only imagine what might be accomplished were I to “riff on Star Trek.” Were ignorant readers of this comment privy to such meaningful jargon, no doubt they would be right up there with the rest of the towering intellects gracing these web pages.

        It is gratifying to know that at least you have sufficient background to follow my “screeds.” “No doubt you spent several of your precious moments studying the life of Jesus before arriving at your infallible conclusions on this matter. But dag nab it! I still missed your point entirely. But then, I only spent a mere thirty years of my moments studying the life of Jesus. That’s probably hardly any longer than you have been here gracing humanity with your august presence.

        How many souls might now be saved due to your perceptive views on Jesus, Saul/Paul and Christianity? How many were lost, but now are found because you were here to point the way for these poor, lost lambs? More importantly how, many Christians will awaken to their fallacious beliefs because the clear vision of great intellect explained those infallible truths surrounding these Christian myths. Countless numbers I dare say – countless.

        No doubt, somewhere in the crisp, clear future of your mind, those countless numbers of mistaken believers will applaud the fact you used your valuable time wisely, putting it to good use in pointing out and explaining their ignorance and stupidity.

        How did humanity make it this far without suffering your piercing insight and unwavering guidance? Keep up the good work. It lies so far beyond the usual hackneyed blog that meanders round and round, saying nothing and accomplishing nothing more than advertising one’s self-aggrandizing views of their self-assessed, incredible insights about this world.

        Surely, one must take a moment to ponder how truly rare it is to find such people among today’s youthful generations. Of course, most everyone eventually grows up to face the fact the universe actually has many other focal points, none of which include the egotistical self.

        One question that remains unanswered is, are you really clever enough to be a follower of the Christian Identity movement? At least they know Jews who wrote the book got their god all wrong. It must be greatly discomforting for Jews to realize minds like these represent the best opposition the white race can produce. Reading these pages, Jews must surely doubt their long sought future for the white race has any hope of coming to fruition.

        A question once arose as to the incorrect naming of this website. Perhaps “Aryan cesspool” might be more apropos, but why talk about “Aryans” at all? How about “The Clever White Boy Net – A Place For White Boys Who Know And See All.” Once The White Boy Net Goes Live, It Doesn’t Matter Who Pulled The Switch, All Will Be Blinded.

        By the way, has it ever occurred during a moment of reflection, that it is you who might be full of shit and little else? Didn’t think so.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        @Arch Stanton

        Star Trek is far more relevant to White people in 2018 than your ignorant and completely off base understanding of “Essenes.” Your bitter sarcasm doesn’t work becuase YOU are reading and posting on OUR blogs, and WE are not reading and posting on YOUR blogs.

        So your pretense at superiority isn’t going to work.

        BTW, your totally false understanding of Essenes is based on a bunch of 1960s tripe where they basically projected their own “hippie” nonsense on a militant, murderous cult of fanatics from 2,000 years ago. All this “Jesus was an Essene” nonsense was popular back in the 70s before any serious scholarship of DSS was actually released. You’re, like, 30 years behind the times, dude.

        How many souls might now be saved due to your perceptive views on Jesus, Saul/Paul and Christianity?

        Newsflash, dork. “Souls” don’t exist. It’s a metaphor. Grow up.

        are you really clever enough to be a follower of the Christian Identity movement?

        You’re kidding, right? Do you even READ this blog or do you just look at the titles and pictures and start typing?

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      • jamesjomeara
        November 25, 2018

        I’ve been planning to write an essay called “Saul of Tarsus Did Nothing Wrong” dealing with the persistent myth on the Right that “Jesus was actually an Aryan and Paul was a Jewish interloper who invented ‘Christianity,'” but this rant pretty well sums it up:

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  2. Boopedybop
    November 23, 2018

    Obligatory “Das Rite!!!!”

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    • A. Vickstrom
      November 23, 2018

      Da real Jewz be spreadin’ da word N’ fighten’ dem Edomite niggaz.

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  4. bob saffron
    November 23, 2018

    Totally based, caped-up Isaiah is what I heard:

    13:14: And it shall be as the chased roe, and as a sheep that no man taketh up: they shall every man turn to his own people, and flee every one into his own land.

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  5. bob saffron
    November 23, 2018

    “Roe” = “So-called whites”.

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  6. A. Vickstrom
    November 23, 2018

    @A. Stanton

    Okay I’ll go with your idea this is “sarcasm, irony, and humour” – now what does it mean?

    I don’t even know why I’m explaining Icareviews joke but here it goes: the ‘tree chucking monster’ comment is a shout out to the 1:50 mark of the last video where the NiggaWhoWouldBeKing says that Sasquatch is a powerful evil spirit who throws trees at people.

    Later he explains that the White Devils have created Wolf x Possum hybrids and soon there will be car sized mosquitos ‘eating your ass up.’

    It’s all very scientific, mate.

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  7. A. Vickstrom
    November 23, 2018

    Reminder: Ghana offers Blacks from America & elsewhere the ‘Right of Return’:

    https://www.afro.com/ghana-welcomes-african-americans-back-home/

    America’s Blacks can go back to their ancestral homeland and escape Edomite oppression anytime they wish.

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  8. bob saffron
    November 23, 2018

    I was hoping one of them would hit Ezekiel 25:17 but maybe that’s too hackneyed.

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  9. A. Vickstrom
    November 24, 2018

    @HR, regarding the idea that Paul was Roman and therefore European while Jesus was the Semite…

    I agree but feel the need to say that ‘European’ itself is a broad category. I’ve pointed out before that even in a small nation like the UK there are obvious differences between ethnic groups. I’m definitely not an Italian so the RCC just doesn’t feel right to me. I also just don’t ‘get’ the vibe of the Orthodox church either.

    For Western Europeans, there’s a wealth of 19th century ‘Romantic’ art & thought that could be the basis of a new religion. In Victorian England it was quite common for nationalist leaning people to fuse Enlightenment philosophy with indigenous myths to create the idea that the world we live in is physical – and therefore dominated by the laws of physics – but that there are other ‘dimensions’ of existence that we do not perceive. At the same time, there was an immense upsurge in Germanic paintings produced inside England. Arthur Rackham’s otherworldly art of Valkyries, Fairies, Saxon conquerors, etc. is an example:

    https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=3joFZWiz&id=42767986C964D3382C1E49D8D207FA5078F97AF2&thid=OIP.3joFZWizuMdCxbrlJ4b2qQHaEJ&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2ftimeslipsblog.files.wordpress.com%2f2015%2f06%2fhengist-and-horsa.jpg%3fw%3d714&exph=240&expw=428&q=hengist+and+horsa+&simid=608035439035418285&selectedIndex=2&ajaxhist=0

    Most of this was pushed out of the mainstream by WWI & WWII but you still see a bit of this in the popularity of Celtic songs & Arthurian legends.

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    • A. Vickstrom
      November 24, 2018

      So basically what I’m saying is that we have an immense amount of post-Enlightenment art, culture, philosophy, etc. that is often forgotten but which is absolutely beautiful and which could be critical to reigniting our people’s sense of who we are.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 24, 2018

      @A Vickstrom

      the idea that Paul was Roman and therefore European while Jesus was the Semite…

      That’s not what I said, exactly. Paul was likely some sort of half-Jew, half-Syrian, half-Lebanese (sic.) He was supposedly a Roman citizen, but that doesn’t mean he was European, he was presumably granted Roman citizenship because he was a loyalist of the Herodians who were employees of the Roman empire. What I’m saying is that Paul was Hellenized, thus, Romanized, and one only needs to read the NT itself, specifically, the letter of James and Paul’s response in Galatians, to see that James was the “Jew” and Paul was the “Greco-Roman.” You don’t need any special scholarship or foreign languages, the English translations are perfectly clear. The entire history of Christianity is this fight between James’ “Law/Works” and Paul’s “Faith/Grace.”

      Paul is most known for attacking the semitic practice of circumsicion at the exact same time that the Romans, and their lackeys, were trying to supress this barbaric practice of mutilating the genitals of children.

      An amusing aside, Counter-Current’s James O’Meara, like many others, likes to speculate that Paul’s anti-sex attitudes were indicative of him being a repressed homosexual, but that seems utterly unlikely to me, as that’s a very modern conception of “homosexuality” that would have made no sense in those days.

      However, at the time that Paul was fighting those “Christians” cum “Essenes” cum “Zionists” – their “sicari” were going around “forcibly circumsizing” the Hellenized “Jews” like Paul if they dared to mention Hebrew/Biblical writings. Paul’s famous “road to Damascus” conversion experience may contain a bit of dark humor. It may have been that Paul was “cut off” from more than just his foreskin. Like Josephus, Paul was possibly one of the rebels fighting Rome, then “converted” when he was captured or otherwise convinced the Zionists were going to lose.

      So Paul’s famous “celibacy” and hostility to sex – and his wish that “all others could be like I” – may have been some post-hoc rationalization for the fact he was forcibly castrated, by either the Zionist or the Romans (turncoats have a way of pissing off both sides, remember.) Origen was one of the earliest “Christian” heroes and he supposedly “castrated himself” for the cause. (Romans considered circumsicion to be the same as castration.)

      As for the thrust of your comment, of course I agree and have been saying as much for a few months now. It’s one reason I’m hostile to this “neo-reactionary Catholicism” and “go back to the original Bible” nonsense. First, it’s all stupid LARPing, no one actually believes any of those myths anymore. Second, it was always somewhat of a Middle Eastern imposition of Europeans – even Kevin MacDonald points this out about the Catholic church specifically.

      The problem, as we see, is that MOST American conservatives were brainswashed as children to believe in Jesus/Bible and can’t give it up emotionally. That’s why conservatives are a dead end and the actual future of White Identity is in the hands of liberals. Liberals, after all, are the REAL RACISTS.

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      • jamesjomeara
        November 25, 2018

        Whoa now! I don’t believe I’ve ever “speculated” that Paul was a repressed homo. As you say, it is a popular theory, so I may have alluded to it at some point. Paul really isn’t particularly “anti-sex” any more or less than a Jew of the time, or a Roman, for that matter. Paul only mentions homosex twice, once using a word no one actually understands, the other time in Timothy, which is forged anyway. (Jesus never mentions it at all, and his reference to the punishment of Sodom shows he agrees with Ezekiel,that the sin is in-hospitality)

        Paul seems to be exceptionally uptight about is in not being able to fulfill the whole law at all times, arguing that to break one law is to break the whole Law. Jews just shrug their shoulders at this nonsense.

        Where Paul Hellenizes is in combining Jewish Torah with Stoic natural law, so that YHVH’s commands are explained as “natural laws.” Hence the later idea that homosex is “unnatural”.

        What Hellenists really worried about was circumcision and dietary laws, which obviously and intentionally made assimilation impossible.

        Price and others now point out that the whole Protestant “i’m a sinner I can do nothing” bit is a complete misunderstanding of the James/Paul dispute, which concerns only ceremonial laws, not morality.

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  10. A. Vickstrom
    November 24, 2018

    @Icareviews,

    The last straw for me was when they endorsed every goofy elaboration of Pizzagate, right down to Fritz Lang revealing secrets of the ancient pedophile cult in Metropolis and hinting at the underground tunnels where children were literally cannibalized under Washington, DC,

    ^This happens all the time with conspiracy theorists – they take something plausible and then connect it to ideas that are so over the top (and lacking in evidence) that the end result is the entire theory gets shot down.

    I looked into Pizzagate when it happened and I think that something is ‘off’ about James Alefantis. The instragram posts, the hyper-sexualized bands playing in his ‘childrens themed’ pizzeria, the fact he owns several buildings off site, his connections to the Clintons, the weird emails about flying in hot dogs from Chicago and leaving handkerchiefs at people’s houses…

    My initial thought when I saw it all was ‘these people are smuggling cocaine’ and the emails were codewords for drugs. A lot of people thought similarly.

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    • icareviews
      November 24, 2018

      I tended to think that there was a germ of plausibility to the original insinuations about Alefantis and the Podestas – their aesthetic proclivities alone were scandal-worthy and politically useful – but the trouble was that YouTubers and bloggers almost immediately spun the narrative into so many hokey directions that any association with “Pizzagate” became synonymous with conspiratardation. Then, too, there was the shooter who was supposed to have been radicalized by the theory, which prompted the launch of the whole “fake news” controversy. I’m still not sure how many levels of op were going on with this whole sordid saga.

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 24, 2018

        100% agree & well said, mate.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 24, 2018

      Here’s how it became obvious that “Pizzagate” was bullshit within one week.

      1. Pedophiles exist and pedophile rings have been used by organized crime and intelligence agencies for blackmail purposes; this is documented historical fact.

      2. In post WWII America, it’s been the Republican conservatives, NOT the liberal Democrats, who are typically caught in these things.

      3. Pizzagate “exposed” all of Trump’s (thus, Roger Stone’s) enemies who all “just happened” to be working for the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton – making it utterly obvious that this was little more than campaign dirty tricks (from Roger Stone, who specializes in this stuff.)

      Of course James Alefantis is a creepy homosexual that probably likes teenage boys, just like 50% of Catholic priests. But everyone is forgetting WHY these creepy liberals like James Alefantis make dark “jokes” about pedophilia – it’s because they were all molested by their conservative priests.

      See Pedro Almodóvar’s La mala educación for how it typically works.

      The most infamous pedophile blackmail ring in modern US history was run by none other than Republican George H. W. Bush with help from the Catholic church in Omaha, Nebraska and – of course – conservative Republican and Trump mentor Roy Cohn. The most famous pedophile “caught” in the modern age “just happened” to be the longest serving Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives, conservative Republican Dennis Hastert.

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      • icareviews
        November 24, 2018

        Roger Stone didn’t invent Tony Podesta’s art collection, design Besta Pizza’s logo, or put children’s underwear in advertising for Buck’s Fishing and Camping. We can agree to disagree on this, but I’m still not convinced that Pizzagate was 100% bullshit. Even if nobody actually did anything to any kids and it’s only a matter of hipster pedophilia being a thing in creepy DC the same as hipster occultism in Marina Abramovic’s style, that in itself is sufficiently bizarre and upsetting to have been worthy of commentary. I’m sure pedophilia has bigger blackmail potential for conservatives or religious leaders than for Democrats, however, since liberals knowingly elect the likes of Barney Frank without batting an eyelash, whereas a few of Lindsey Graham’s more naive voters might actually be surprised if something came out about him.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        that in itself is sufficiently bizarre and upsetting to have been worthy of commentary.

        It’s no more worthy of commentary than thousands of other bizarre and upsetting things, the only reason “Pizzagate” was a thing is because it was a manufactured scandal to attack Hillary Clinton. It also, of course, helped cover up the actual, well known pedophile ring that both Donald Trump and Bill Clinton are a part of – that of Jeff Epstein’s “Lolita Island.”

        Neither Epstein nor Hastert got amplified by Roger Stone’s Israeli spam campaign during the campaign.

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      • icareviews
        November 24, 2018

        That’s actually not true. A lot of that old stuff got a boost in public interest as a result of Pizzagate. Search “Pizzagate Denny Hastert”, for instance, and quite a bit of material from late 2016 and early 2017 comes up in the results. See this:

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/erik-wemple/wp/2017/01/18/cbs-affiliates-big-question-why-no-law-enforcement-investigation-of-pizzagate-allegations/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.b30bac8b1b2a

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 24, 2018

        Have you read the pizzagate source material? It is far too disturbing to dismiss with a bit of ‘Republicans are the real perverts’ handwaving. If you are interested, much of the original info is available here:

        https://dcpizzagate.wordpress.com/

        Some of it can be explained away but most of it can’t.

        – James Alefantis posted photos on his own Instagram of Podesta’s statue of Jeffrey Dahmer’s victim. Why the hell do they both think that’s artistic?

        – There’s the emails with references to ‘playing dominoes on cheese rather than pasta’ among other strangely worded phrases. It is obvious this is code for something.

        – Alefantis post of a photo of himself with a boy and the phrase ‘chicken lovers’ (pedophile slang for an underage boy) is especially damning.

        – Alefantis invited the bands ‘Heavy Breathing’ and ‘Sex Stains’ (both of which include references to pedophilia in their albums) to his pizzeria.

        Just read through the whole blogpost, mate. At the very least I’d expect that he & his cronies were involved in drug smuggling. Possibly much, much worse things.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 24, 2018

        I read the whole thing, including a definitive debunking of Pizzagate that traced it to the very first two messages on reddit.com, which illustrated how the entire myth was created. I’ll debunk it one by one.

        James Alefantis posted photos on his own Instagram of Podesta’s statue of Jeffrey Dahmer’s victim. Why the hell do they both think that’s artistic?

        That statue had zero to do with Jeffrey Dahmer or any of his victims. It was creepy though. But that doesn’t even begin to point to a sex trafficking ring run out of a pizza shop in DC.

        There’s the emails with references to ‘playing dominoes on cheese rather than pasta’ among other strangely worded phrases. It is obvious this is code for something.

        It’s obviously not a code for anything. In context, the two brothers were big foodies and talked about food all the time. “Playing dominos on pizza or pasta” literally means playing dominos while eating pizza or pasta. This isn’t even slightly weird and the idea that this is code for “S&M sex games with little boys or little girls” is an absurdity that you have to “want to believe.”

        Alefantis post of a photo of himself with a boy and the phrase ‘chicken lovers’ (pedophile slang for an underage boy) is especially damning.

        He ran a restaraunt and posted numerous messages, in many different contexts, about people who like “chicken” – as in, the food. He may very well have been making a double entendre, which would be in very poor taste, but hardly different than a Louis C. K. routine on SNL. You didn’t mention it, but the infamous picture of the little girl with tape on her hands – you really have to have a perverted mind – or be primed to see something sexual by a Roger Stone type creating an elaborate conspiracy theory – to find anything even slightly unusual in that. No parent of actual children would have seen anything other than “kids playing” in that picture.

        Alefantis invited the bands ‘Heavy Breathing’ and ‘Sex Stains’ (both of which include references to pedophilia in their albums) to his pizzeria.

        Yes, the pizza diner had adult bands play at night and drag queen “performance artists” tell dirty jokes all the time. How do these people become so sexually messed up? They were molested by sexually repressed adults in denial about their own aberrant sexuality, and that is how they cope. It’s sad, but not unusual. It certainly doesn’t even begin to suggest that Hillary Clinton was running a child sex trafficking ring out of a DC pizza shop.

        As for icareviews:

        Tony Podesta’s art collection

        The most obvious sexual art that Podesta actually had was the ones of the little girls being spanked. Pretty disturbing, which is why it’s considered “art.” I’m not about to “justify” Podesta’s taste in “edgy” and perverse art, but it’s commonplace – a status symbol – among a certain crowd. It certainly doesn’t give anyone any reason to believe that Hillary Clinton was running a sex trafficking ring from a DC pizza parlor.

        Besta Pizza’s logo

        The logo is exactly what one would expect an undergraduate art & design student would draw for a few hundred dollars. It’s a triangle that looks kind of like a slice of pizza. If you want a conspiracy angle, I found it WAY more interesting that the FBI was creating official documents with such obvious nonsense about “secret pedophile symbols.” If there is a cover up of pedophile rings, the FBI is likely where they cover it up. Still, the most obvious explanation is that Roger Stone threw up a bunch of random bullshit to see what stuck, and this is what captured people’s imaginations – fortunately, for the Republicans – like bisexual swinger Roger Stone – who have been caught consistently in the last 40 years running these pedophile rings.

        children’s underwear in advertising for Buck’s Fishing and Camping.

        Don’t know about this one, but the Abercrombie and Fitch catalog includes quite a lot of “barely legal teen soft porn.” Again, this stuff is already out there in the culture, and Roger Stone was able to focus all that anxiety to his political enemies during the height of a campaign. I’m not suggesting that pedophiles don’t exist, nor that pedophile blackmail rings don’t exist – they obviously do. But “Pizzagate” was a specific thing and it was obviously complete bullshit made up to hurt Democrats – and draw attention away from Donald Trump’s close friendship with the actual pedophile sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein, who had a dozen of Trump’s private phone numbers and who Trump called “a friend” who “likes young women more than I do.”

        Pizzagate was perfect propaganda for conservative Republicans and helped them justify their support for a sleazebag, New York liberal Zionist lackey like Trump, because Clinton had some creepy homos in her campaign.

        https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2016/12/31/roger-stone-concocted-pizzagate-for-trump/

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        November 25, 2018

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      • icareviews
        November 25, 2018

        It isn’t unreasonable to suggest that the release of the scandalous content was strategically timed and selectively presented, with Democratic figures emphasized over Republican ones – just as Bill Clinton’s collaborator James Patterson stresses Trump rather than Clinton in connection with Jeffrey Epstein in the election season book Filthy Rich – but the shady provenance of some of the information doesn’t necessarily invalidate all of it, much of which was simply open source intelligence. Roger Stone didn’t force James Alefantis to host bands that reference pedophilia, nor did Stone likely hack Alefantis’s instagram and post a photo of a baby doll with a price tag on it, nor did Stone probably rig the selection of this pizzeria proprietor as one of DC’s 50 most influential people.

        Fitzpatrick is unhinged, by the way. “Perhaps Stone even came up with the ‘Alex Jones is really Bill Hicks’ meme…” Perhaps Fitzpatrick is a brilliant investigator – or perhaps not. Fitzpatrick also conflates CIA and Mossad, claiming “the real hackers … are probably operatives in the CIA, NSA, and Mossad” and that Wikileaks is “likely … a creation of the CIA and Israeli intelligence,” which I guess is why they share content like this:

        More entertainingly, Fitz suggests that “Soviet Russia helped Trump get elected” and that Alex Jones “may have been a Soviet asset all along” and poses the question, “Could Russia have used him all this time to divide, distract, and radicalize the American populace as a means of weakening it for a final Marxist takeover?” Color my mind blown, mates.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 25, 2018

        @icareviews

        That’s just my point. 50,000 emails, and you select 10 that – out of context – seem weird – then create an elaborate and false “code.” It’s pure selection bias. I doubt there’s a single homosexual out there that doesn’t make jokes that normal people would find “creepy.” I have no doubt that if you secretly recorded normal men at a bar over the course of a year, then selected two minutes of recording and presented them to their wives, you could likely cause a divorce. It’s just pure selection.

        “Pizzagate” was a thing – they claimed that the Podesta brothers had kidnapped a little girl in France, that the police sketches (of one person) were of them, that Alefantis had a secret basement to bury the bodies, and that the Podesta were using “pizza” as code for “little girls” and that Hillary Clinton was trafficking children from Haiti. That was the most “scandalous” part of Pizzagate, and it was all complete nonsense.

        Take that out, and all you have is that Alefantis, a sad, broken homosexual, makes some ugly sexual jokes and a drag queen performance artist make some disgusting jokes. That isn’t much of a scandal.

        The guy at IFPG has an even more thorough debunking of Pizzagate, starting from the very first reddit post, but he isn’t a “Holocaust denier” so he’s out too?

        If “Pizzagate” is just “John Podesta has some disturbing art” and “Alefantis is a creep” – that just isn’t really a big shock to anyone.

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      • icareviews
        November 25, 2018

        The stuff about the Podestas themselves kidnapping the little girl and all the hokum about the basement of Comet Ping Pong being a torture chamber leading to secret tunnels that form a labyrinth underneath DC and all of that was silly, as was the cannibal pedophile “menu” that somebody posted online and which many naive researchers swallowed. I’m not defending any of that stuff and I’m honestly not even making the case that Alefantis was running a pedophile ring. My point is that there’s enough that’s suspicious that I can’t dismiss the whole thing out of hand. I’m not as quick as you to dismiss the pedophile symbols (which predate Pizzagate by many years and which seem to occur in a confluence here). The term “cheese pizza” has even been acknowledged in an unrelated context by mainstream media as pedophile slang, and “chicken” has a history stretching back decades.

        The fact that Zionists were pushing the “birther” stuff isn’t in itself a proof that Obama was born in the United States. It could be the case that he was born in Africa and that the Israelis simply wanted to exploit that to damage his credibility – and were perhaps even willing to fabricate evidence to that effect; but the fact that Obama didn’t have the best relationship with the Israelis still doesn’t exonerate him.

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      • redarmyvodka
        November 27, 2018

        We’ve gone over this before simply knowing Epstein in rich people circles isn’t evidence of a crime. Epstein was also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Trump never actually visited his island. Bill Clinton however had a friendship with Epstein and worse than that visited him on five documented occasions without his secret service present. Trump by contrast kicked Epstein out of his club for bothering young girls and cooperated with the FBI investigation into Epstein. He even brought up the scandal a few times to attack the Clintons so I don’t know why you’re suggesting otherwise but that’s like going nuclear on them.

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      • redarmyvodka
        November 27, 2018

        There are a lot of real questions that need to be directed toward the Clintons, Podestas, and Comet Pingpong but it was obvious Pizzagate was a set up when the mainstream media began covering it. People on our side are really naive, easily manipulated, and need to learn the definitions of diversion/sabotage.

        The fake news smear was obviously designed for a Hillary Clinton presidency but lost its momentum pretty fast because reality was in conflict with the agenda. Trump has also used the term so effectively the people behind the hit job probably regret creating the term in the first place.

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  11. icareviews
    November 24, 2018

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  12. icareviews
    November 24, 2018

    DEVELOPING: Angel Sighted at Cowboys vs. Redskins Game:

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  13. A. Vickstrom
    November 24, 2018

    @HR,

    “Souls” don’t exist. It’s a metaphor. Grow up.

    Not to be nit picky but I think it’s a bit of a stretch to say with assuredness that souls – aka non-corporeal spirits – don’t exist. Keep in mind I’m not a Christian and am a fairly skeptical person (IRL I’m a biologist).

    The reason why I say this is that many people, myself included, have had experiences which can’t be explained by normal physics (hence the phrase para-normal). For example: at my old apartment I’d sometimes hear an orange hit the floor. I thought that there was a rat in the apartment until I saw what actually was happening. No rodent, just a small orange somehow roll up and over the side of a bowl.

    I tried experimenting a bit with the kitchen and put a plate of salt crystals out and within an hour a large amount of water condensed on the salt. There was no condensation elsewhere. I also found that batteries were frequently drained when placed in that room.

    IMO, there are definitely aspects of the universe that we don’t yet fully understand. This means that spirits may exist but what matters is that they clearly have little influence here.

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 24, 2018

      @A. Vickstrom

      experiences which can’t be explained by normal physics

      Of course they can be explained with normal physics, as a biologist, you are surely aware of how easily brains can be influenced via simple electrical signals and chemicals. They have even given people religious experiences via electrodes, and of course lots of people “saw God” by taking various chemicals in the 60s.

      I can say with absolute certainty that “souls” are a metaphor, so since metaphors are “real” I guess I was wrong, “souls” are real too.

      at my old apartment I’d sometimes hear an orange hit the floor. … just a small orange somehow roll up and over the side of a bowl

      That’s a garden variety hallucination, you may be schizophrenic. Nothing weird or paranormal about schizophrenia either, it’s caused by brain lesions, no different than a broken wrist really. You should see a doctor.

      Or, even simpler, you were just experiencing hypnosis, which is likely a similar neurological state as REM sleep, see this very funny demonstration:

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      • A. Vickstrom
        November 25, 2018

        Slow down there Baron Von AssumptionPants.

        That’s a garden variety hallucination, you may be schizophrenic. Nothing weird or paranormal about schizophrenia either, it’s caused by brain lesions, no different than a broken wrist really. You should see a doctor.

        Or, even simpler, you were just experiencing hypnosis,

        I have no mental health issues and neither does my roommate, who also had strange things happen in that room. You can say ‘ahh you might bothbe schizo and if your not then someone hypnotized both of you without your knowledge’ —– but that doesn’t explain why batteries were drained in that room but not in others or the odd salt phenomenon.

        Obviously I am not claiming to have proof that ghosts exist (that would be quite a stretch!) but I am saying that there are ‘unknown unknowns and known unknowns’ within the universe. IMO this means it’s best to strike a balance between open-mindedness & skepticism.

        I can say with absolute certainty that “souls” are a metaphor

        No, you can’t. There is no absolute proof that spirits do not exist and there is only very very very tertiary evidence (people claiming to see ghosts) of them existing.

        Agnosticism > Atheism. Every time.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 25, 2018

        @A. Vickstrom

        I’m “agnostic” about you telling the truth about you and your roommate having these weird experiences. You could just be pulling my leg for your own amusement. Maybe you two were just smoking too much pot.

        Souls are a metaphor – that’s a fact. Whether they are anything more than a metaphor may be an unknown unknown.

        But you can’t PROVE that there isn’t a teacup orbiting Mars either, so I’ll be “agnostic” about your weird experiences to the same level you will be “agnostic” about the teacup orbiting Mars. As in, “agnostic” in the sense I’ll just ignore your crazy theory and you’ll ignore my crazy theory about the teacup orbiting Mars, and life will go on.

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    • BMan
      November 25, 2018

      If people read Eph 3:5 and Acts 22:3 one will easily see that he doesn’t even read the shit he talks about.

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  14. A. Vickstrom
    November 25, 2018

    @Icareviews,

    the shady provenance of some of the information doesn’t necessarily invalidate all of it, much of which was simply open source intelligence. Roger Stone didn’t force James Alefantis to host bands that reference pedophilia, nor did Stone likely hack Alefantis’s instagram and post a photo of a baby doll with a price tag on it, nor did Stone probably rig the selection of this pizzeria proprietor as one of DC’s 50 most influential people.

    Exactly. Come on guys, Trump & the Clintons were friends for years. They were at his wedding. Trump & Bill C. both went to Epstein’s pervert island (as HR reminds us) – is it really that hard to believe that there was something weird going on at Alefantis Pizza shop? These people are part of the same perverse cliques. Mainstream liberals are just as hateful and perverse as neocons. These are the same damn people half the time.

    Of course this is bigger than just Alefantis (assuming he is into children – it’s possible he’s just a standard degenerate).

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    • Hipster Racist
      November 25, 2018

      is it really that hard to believe that there was something weird going on at Alefantis Pizza shop?

      Yes, I find it extremely hard to believe that anything weird was going on at Comet Pizza, other than it was a hangout for some creepy queers, including a drag queen that made some pedophile jokes.

      Famous “Alt Right” comedian Sam Hyde has made jokes just as tasteless. Is the Alt Right now a child trafficking ring?

      Once you take away the obvious nonsense, there’s just nothing to “Pizzagate.” In hindsight, it was an astro-turf campaign by the Trump people, likely Roger Stone.

      Also, seemingly obvious, why Alefantis was “DC’s 50 most influential people.” Almost certainly because he was a bundler/fundraiser that funneled big gay money to the Democrats. Also not really shocking.

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    • redarmyvodka
      November 27, 2018

      Most of what Hipster says isn’t true or is only half true and he’s a proven anti-Trump ideologue for some reason. I’ve suspected most anti-Trump critics on the right are simply well off enough not to be effected by the reality of modern America. This video is an excellent summary of all the events surrounding the Epstein issue covering the topic in a balanced and impartial manner.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 27, 2018

        @redarmyvodka

        a proven anti-Trump ideologue

        That’s an astonishing bit of projection there. I’m the opposite of an “anti-Trump ideologue.” I’m not an “ideologue” at all. My criticisms of Trump are based on his actions. Your shilling for Trump is based on his words. Words can be good, and important – as I’ve said, Trump has often used the bully-pulpit for good. But he hasn’t actually acted in a way that lives up to his words. The “ideologue” is you, as you’re a basic Trump shill. Why would I shill for Trump? He’s not paying me and he has already has a massive team of shills and spammers and even his own sites like Breitbart.com and even bloggers like “Pedophile Jim” (blog.jim.com) that call Trump the “God-Emperor” and want to make him an all powerful monarch – not a joke, they are serious.

        Trump doesn’t need little old me shilling for him. “We” are far better served to have some critics with a clear head.

        anti-Trump critics on the right

        Good lord, how many times to I have to explain this? I’m not “on the right.” I despise conservatives, I have never had a single good word to say about conservatives or “right wingers.” Conservative right wingers are the worst people on planet earth. What have I ever done to you to make you insult me in a such a vile way, accusing me of being “on the right?”

        In any case, I’ve met the people who first tied Epstein to Clinton at the behest of the Obama campaign, way back in 2007. So while you people only even heard about Epstein a few years ago, I was paying attention to how the Obama faction were using the Epstein story to attack Hillary Clinton a decade ago.

        I’m always a few steps ahead of you people, precisely because I am the opposite of a “conservative right-winger.”

        In any case, Trump spent the last 30 years in the public eye bragging about his liasons with “very young women” and generally being a creep. As Trump’s long time relationship with people like Roy Cohn and Roger Stones indicates, Trump’s probably not being blackmailed – he’s probably the one doing the blackmailing. Trump is, after all, a life-long member of the Deep State.

        People on our side are really naive, easily manipulated

        That is because “your side” is full of “conservatives” “on the right” – the stupidest people in the country.

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      • guest
        November 28, 2018

        The Z Man podcast: Our Conservative Enemies

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      • redarmyvodka
        November 29, 2018

        Where are you getting the idea that Trump isn’t delivering on his agenda? From a do nothing, chattering class, failure socialite like Richard Spencer? The mainstream media including the so called “conservative media” is anti-Trump. It’s also the nature of the media to engage in hype, controversy, negativity, and hysteria even when things are going well like in the 1990s. The alternative media/new media is pro-Trump but anyone with major reach and mainstream influence is being suppressed, defunded, delisted, deplatformed, and censored by Silicon Valley. I think a united front is important because the fight is far from over.

        The truth is Trump perhaps unlike any president before him is enacting reform/change from improving the economy, fighting crime, changing trade policy, securing the border, combating illegal immigration, and much more. Even anti-trust enforcement is being seriously discussed for the first time in a long time. These sorts of things send signals across society as well prompting more change. That may not seem like a big deal as it’s “part of the job” but literally nothing was being done for sixteen years on any issue of importance. Things had just been getting worse since 2001 onward with a few minor reprieves. Obama may have talked a good game but put little to no effort into fixing anything yet Trump has achieved more in two years than his two predecessors did in their entire terms.

        Even at the local level I’ve seen major improvements since Trump became president and its only the far left publications which openly acknowledge the reign of terror he’s unleashed on “people of color, undocumented immigrants, civil rights activists, criminal justice reformers, and welfare recipients”. They also frame a better economy for all as “tax cuts for the rich” and its only a “matter of time” until it ends but I can read between the lines.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 1, 2018

        @redarmyvodka

        From a do nothing, chattering class, failure socialite like Richard Spencer?

        Spencer is one of you people – he’s done little but shill for Trump. He’s also, like you people, “on the right.”

        The truth is Trump perhaps unlike any president before him is enacting reform/change from improving the economy, fighting crime, changing trade policy, securing the border, combating illegal immigration, and much more.

        That’s precious. You read like a press release from the RNC. Ann Coulter has a far more realistic take on what Trump is actually doing.

        Even anti-trust enforcement is being seriously discussed

        More words.

        Trump has achieved more in two years than his two predecessors did in their entire terms.

        Actually, that’s the problem. Trump hasn’t really “achieved” anything. Well, he did rename NAFTA – same substance, different name. He’s also just made it easier for Silicon Valley to import more immigrants on H1-B visas to take good jobs away from young White men, thus preventing them from affording to start families – that’s one of the most anti-White policies one can imagine. Black Lives Matter does less harm to White people.

        its only the far left publications which openly acknowledge the reign of terror he’s unleashed on “people of color, undocumented immigrants, civil rights activists, criminal justice reformers, and welfare recipients”.

        “Openly acknowledge?” Trump hasn’t “unleashed” any “reign[s] of terror” on any leftist, anti-white groups that you mentioned. Far from it, Trump hasn’t even cracked down on Antifa, which would be an easy, easy win. But he won’t do that, because Antifa are the shock troops for Trump’s boss, Benjamin Netanyahu.

        Speaking of which, Trump certainly isn’t all talk when it comes to doing what’s best for his Israeli children and grandchildren. Jews get action, Whitey gets words.

        Pretty much exactly what I predicted. It’s a burden being correct all the time, but somebody’s got to do it.

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      • redarmyvodka
        December 1, 2018

        By our side I meant nationalists/populists and like it or not liberals aren’t the real racists. Race realism of any kind is only possible on the right and that’s been true for decades going back to the GOP’s southern strategy. Clinton/Gore may have been the exception but SJW politics have a long history in Democratic circles. Cuckservatvism is a relatively new phenomena and has been strongly rebuked at least by the grassroots.

        Spencer was once your ideal leader for the movement but that flopped badly and you’ve since distanced yourself from him however he’s never been a true Trump supporter. His support or lack there of is dependent on the news cycle and the latest headlines. Serious people, organizations, and governments don’t change their views on the whims of the agenda driven press.

        Beyond Spencer my second guess for your cynicism would have been Ann Coulter. The last president to seriously oppose illegal immigration was Bill Clinton and she despised him. She shilled hard for a lot of bad stuff over the years/decades and only began to talk demographics after 2012. She also dates negros and people like Dinesh Tandoori so I’d hardly call her credible. Trump promised to build the wall in his first term and as far as I’m aware that’s a work in progress.

        For someone who loves the news you don’t seem to know much about what’s going on and its significance. The Trump administration is taking anti-trust seriously and has actively opposed the AT&T takeover of Time Warner. They lost the case but they’ve appealed it and the message is clear the Trump DOJ is going to be aggressive on these issues. Taking on the largest and wealthiest corporations in America like Google who have an army of high priced lawyers on their payroll also requires an iron proof case and those take years to build.

        Again for someone who loves espionage you don’t seem to know much about the US executive branch. The president is the chief law enforcement officer of the nation, commander in chief of the armed forces, and he represents the United States internationally. The Department of Justice, security bureaucracy, and the FBI are under his control. Trump is basically a policeman he doesn’t have legislative powers to massively curtail legal immigration. He can only combat illegal immigration and slow legal immigration which he is successfully doing. His attorney general Jeff Sessions was basically as far as WN can go in mainstream and respectable circles. He certainly unleashed a reign of terror I’m sorry to see him go and I’m concerned if the success will continue under a new AG but so far so good.

        The inauguration day protestors may have gotten off but many were fired from their jobs, suffered the stress of legal proceedings, and have had their records ruined. Antifa has also been labeled a domestic terror organization and the media no longer openly celebrates them for fear of being prosecuted as accessories. More progress needs to occur here and if anyone is protecting them within the DOJ its deputy director Rod Rosenstein the phony conservative who attempted to launch a coup against Trump and has been directing the Mueller witch hunt/coup attempt as well. I’m shocked he still hasn’t been fired but hopefully a new AG will clean up the department.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 1, 2018

        @redarmyvodka

        Cuckservatvism is a relatively new phenomena

        Literally cuckservativism was started by the same man who started the entire post-WWII “conservative” movement – CIA agent William F. Buckley. He was the first to purge “racists” and “anti-semites” from the right. Conservatives has always been cuckservative.

        Southern Segregationism was a different thing entirely, it was certainly not “conservative” in the Buckley vein. But Southern Segregation, which was openly pro-White, was completely destroyed thanks to Buckley and the formerly liberal Republican party. The “Southern Strategy” wasn’t all it was cracked up to be, either. The Democrats like to reference the infamous quote by Lee Atwater, but Atwater was saying the exact *opposite* of what the Democrats claim he was saying.

        Atwater was complaining that the Democrats used anti-“nigger” sentiment to get the Southern White vote, and his Southern Strategy *did not* – Atwater was, basically, the first one to say that “Democrats are the REAL racists” and that the Republicans were not. Unless you are a proto-SJW of the 1960s variety that believes that Richard Nixon, pro-Civil Rights Republican and the last True Liberal President, was really an Evil Bad Waaay-sis.

        Spencer

        You are actually trying to put Richard Spencer, a glorified blogger who did pretty ok for an ostensibly pro-White leader for all of two years, in the same category as Donald Trump, life long agent of the Deep State, billionaire, TV celebrity, and father-in-law to the highest ranking Mossad agent in America, Jared Kushner.

        And then tell us that Trump is more meaningful than Spencer? I’m not going to disagree. Forget Spencer, we had Steve Bannon for a while who was *this close* to being openly pro-White, but Trump fired him for being “waaaay-sis.”

        Ann Coulter

        The closest thing we have to openly pro-White in the public eye. I’m willing to forgive her for her disgusting attacks on the victims of the 9/11 attacks and her gross shilling for George W. Bush, but I guess she got religion during Obama. On the other hand, I’m never going to forgive Fucker Carlson.

        the Trump administration is taking anti-trust seriously

        Oh yeah, and he passed a tax cut too! Meanwhile, our entire nation is being invaded by foreigners – LEGAL and illegal – and Trump’s too busy sucking off Netanyahu and shilling for AIPAC. “The Wall” was always a stupid idea, we just need to stop immigration. That is the only important issue.

        Trump could shoot a guy on 5th Avenue, but if he stopped immigration, I’d vote for him.

        All your GOP hackery is just talking points, yet you’re trying to one up me on knowledge of “espionage.” It ain’t working.

        I gotta say, though, AS is a tiny little blog and I’m just a blogger who writes women’s erotica – yet apparently we’re so important we attract geniune GOP astro-turfers. We must be doing something right!

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      • redarmyvodka
        December 5, 2018

        I’m not even a registered Republican but someone has to give you a reality check. Can you point to anything Trump has done that is excessively deferential toward Israel and not in line with long standing US history? All I can think of are tearing up the Iran deal which was likely dependent on having a war in Syria. Moving the US embassy to Jerusalem is simply recognizing the reality that there will be no Palestinian state but that ship already sailed long ago.

        All in all the majority and especially the productive forces of society are satisfied with the Trump candidacy/presidency which has delivered on its promises and again proves the masses know more than the DC/Manhattan chattering classes and their wannabes in the blogging world.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 5, 2018

        @redarmyradio

        “Moving the US embassy to Jerusalem is simply recognizing the reality that there will be no Palestinian state but that ship already sailed long ago. ”

        You just answered your own question with that particular talking point lifted straight from the Hasbara playbook.

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    • icareviews
      November 25, 2018

      Yeah, Andy Nowicki did a video about that a while back.

      Abramovic is a sleazy creep but spirit cooking is probably the least of our worries, all things considered.

      As poetic recompenses for artists go, I’d probably rather see Quentin Tarantino bundled up and handed over to the Gimp.

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  15. gino
    November 28, 2018

    https://europathelastbattle.wordpress.com/watch/

    please see this documentary series on how europe was truely shaped. it comes in 10 parts but is exceptional.
    the creater has made it available for free. it would be great if you could share this with your readers.

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  16. james
    November 30, 2018

    Freaky.

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  17. Blackbird Art and Design
    December 3, 2018

    They’ve determined through DNA testing that the first Egyptians were white. As Egypt became non white the empire fell and lost the art of building pyramids.

    How could they be white if whites are indigenous to Europe?

    Why assume people in Lebanon thousands of years ago were Lebanese?

    There were Judeans and Judahites but never such a thing as a Jew until KJV.

    King Herod was an Edomite, this according to Josephus who knew him personally. Edomites were let into Judea by Hyrcanus, can’t remember exact spelling, and did what Edomites always do till they made it to the top.

    Circumcision was originally just a way of marking someone as being from the right race. No point when everyone’s doing it.

    One example of mistranslation – born again should actually be born from above. The bible is littered with mistranslations. Goy means nations, gentile from the Latin gentilus actually meant non Roman citizen. In Greek the word was ethnos meaning nation race.

    The Israelites were described biblically as an agrarian people who were to become many nations. The phrase ruddy in the face comes up a lot, including the Hebrew meaning of the word Adam.

    The Ionian and Dorian Greeks believed they came originally out of Egypt.

    The Phoenicians had a massive empire and made it as far as Ireland where they mined, I think tin.

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    • redarmyvodka
      December 5, 2018

      The Egyptians were Eurasians not really “white” and their system came from earlier civilizations in Mesopotamia and present day Iraq specifically Sumeria, Akkad, Assryia, and Babylon. Human civilization came from the middle east not Europe and even the famous European empires in antiquity like Greece/Rome had a strong eastern orientation. Later the monotheistic faiths began in Asia and the middle east as well. Even after the fall of Rome their eastern empire lived on for nearly a thousand years. I don’t know what exactly caused Egypt’s decline but they remained a major military power well into the middle ages and were the first state in history to successfully defeat the seemingly invincible Mongol Empire. They also defeated the crusaders and expelled them from the middle east once and for all. Egypt only ceased being a major power from the Renaissance onward and became a province of the Ottoman Empire until the 20th century.

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