As I’m planning to begin tackling Heidegger’s Being and Time over the next several months, I found this interesting:
But if the change we desire is already on the way, does this mean that we can simply sit back and let history do our job for us? No, because some of us are not just called to dissent, we are called to fight. But we go forth into battle with the assurance that the change we fight for is already in some sense real, and it is coming to meet us.
I agree with that assessment...or sentiment.
I have some concerns here about this:
In Year Seven, John Morgan of Arktos Media came to work with me full time at Counter-Currents.
...but everyone does their own thing; I have no say on how Counter-Currents is run, so good luck with all of that. Of course, the “back story” there may inform the recent flare-up of the Johnson-Spencer-Friberg/Arktos feud, but what do I know?
Note that as regards bison, phenotype/morphology/phenotype is not enough – the actual genome matters. Durocher seems to support that view. Very well. Sound familiar? I’ve been preaching the priority of genotype over phenotype nearly my entire time online and writing for racialist journals. It is of course common sense and biologically reasonable and consistent with adaptive fitness. Of course, when I do it, I’m labelled “crazy “and with an agenda. Perhaps Durocher will have better luck- the fact that he specifically mentions Northern Europeans may make his comments more palatable to a “movement” that sees no difference whatsoever between Southern Europeans and Africans, or Eastern Europeans and Asians.