Der Movement marches on.
Another rambling Costello piece. Is the picture accompanying the piece that of Jef serving breakfast to the Goddess and Lioness Mudshark Annie? That after she’s spent the night with Dinesh.
This Spencer piece was good until the end:
Trump seems unburdened by this political theology. This indicates that, despite his failings, he remains “uncucked” in his heart of hearts.
I was going to really blast that, but I see a commentator beat me to it:
Robert Bruce • 8 hours ago
Are you frigging kidding me? The guy says some nice words to placate the anti war paleoconservatives and alt right and his heart is "uncucked"? The guy talks out of both sides of his mouth!!!!!!! Please get real, and I would distance myself a tad from Trump. Haven't you already hurt your cause by joining yourself at the hip with him in the beginning? No more brothers wars huh? It looks like his group sure wants to take out Russia in the not too distant future. Talk is cheap, very cheap. The guy's main job is to keep everyone on edge and confused if he is the real deal or not, well he isn't. His job is to implode the GOP. I am embarrassed that I felt compelled to vote for this guy. The article was very good, except the ending. You can't really tell if this guy is sincere is my point.
This is a fundamental problem I have with the “movement” in general, and the Alt Right in particular: these guys never learn their lesion, and they have impaired judgment. How many times do you need to be smacked in the face by betrayal by your Man on White Horse before you give up on it? If some passing Trump rambling comments on the Civil War get you all worked up, I can quote Fat Don on denouncing “racism” and “anti-Semitism” and crying about the “Holocaust.” Does this guy Trump really have a “heart of hearts?” I’m beginning to doubt it. There’s no “there” there. He’s an empty vessel, nowadays mostly being filled up by Neocon drivel.
I’m not surprised that a “libertarian” promotes this absolute nonsense.
Putting aside for the moment whether Christianity can serve as today as a vehicle for racial interests, we can ask whether it (or any other religion) can serve as a basis for modern society. Are we really supposed to build a worldview on some Jewish myth about how Jaysus is going to save us, the “son of god” who rose from the dead? Wen Nietzsche said “God is Dead” that was meant metaphorically, that belief in Christianity was lost in a modern, scientifically literate, technologically growing age. Can educated people – ones who are not delusional of conformist cucks – really believe any of this nonsense? Are we supposed to believe in Daddy Sky God (Yahweh or Odin or Zeus or whoever) and his son (Jesus or Thor or Hercules or whoever) and take any of this seriously. Or, like an Amren Christian promoter long ago, do we tell people that they need to go to church and feign belief? That’s great – a society built on lies and fantasy that lots of people pretend they believe in. That’s the foundation for long-term stability, I tell ya!
All of that could even be stomached in Christianity served EGI in today’s age, but it does not. You cannot turn back the historical clock. In today’s globalist age, a Universalist religion now includes, practically speaking, all of humanity. And even if somehow you could turn the clock back and recreate a “muscular Christianity” is it worth the effort? After all that struggle, you’ll end up with a fantasy that educated and rational people secretly mock in their hearts, a religion with an inner core of universalism that always contains the danger of getting cucked again, a religion that always has to be controlled to keep its universalist elements restrained. How about just growing up, moving forward, and stop trying to revive dead aspects of a passing High Culture? How about planting the seeds of a new High Culture?
And, personally, I see religious Whites as being mentally weak; unable to face realty as it is, they need comforting fantasies, and unable to act as morally independent adults, they need Big Daddy and his earthly priestly minions to provide guidance. That may be suitable for the unwashed masses, but I thought that “truth-telling” racialists were supposed to know better.
Greg is correct about “trans” here. If someone has the delusion that they are Napoleon, the correct approach is to cure them of their delusion; you don’t send them put to fight the Battle of Waterloo.