Briefly checking in here. I probably won’t have regular internet access until this weekend. I’m literally in the heart of the beast here in the capitol of this great society, Libria, uh, I mean the United States. It is a long story. If I get the time, I will update this post later.
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Can’t believe you moved right in the middle of the “Snowmageddon”! Rotten luck. Hope it all went as smoothly as possible for you!
Stay warm. 🙂
Hunter,While you are gone, meditate on this curious solution to some of our European problems.
I won’t link you to the site — just search — but I came across a crypto-WN group that is recruiting people to convert to Judaism, and then pushing to universalize the religion.
It’s a rather small group and I’m not sure how influential it will be, but Judaism is ripe to be ethnically universalized. As we know, in the past a number of people have converted to Judaism to take advantage of the privileges and social networks — but, this is not the primary point. The point is it to do to Judaism, as the Jews did to the West — to liberalize it and make it an open religion. Once all people can be the chosen people, in the tradition of propositional peoplehood — Jewish ethnopolitical activism will have been neutralized.
Again, I don’t imagine that it will have much influence, but it’s an interesting idea.
HW, if you are in the DC area to live, you certainly are in the belly of the beast now. DC is the heart of occupied Amerika, (Noo Yawk is the diseased brain), a Negro hunting ground without warning signs.
Not only are you in the ‘belly of the best’ up there in DC, but as you well know it also is one of the largest and most sprawling suburbs in the history of the world. Just wondering what made a stridently anti-suburban person like you choose to move to one of the world’s largest suburbs? The suburbs of DC seem to go on forever, and the DC metro region is the beginning of a massive chain of (incredibly unsustainable) suburbs that stretch from just south of DC all the way up to Boston (500+ miles), interspersed by true urban areas here and there along the way of course. DC is less is a city-proper and more of a huge conglomeration of suburban sprawl, though there are of course some walkable neighborhoods here and there in the more inner areas.
If you have moved there to pursue better opportunities in terms of education, jobs, networking, and so on that is understandable. Best of luck to you.
Next time I’m in or around DC I’ll make sure to give ya a holler.
The suburbs of DC seem to go on forever, and the DC metro region is the beginning of a massive chain of (incredibly unsustainable) suburbs that stretch from just south of DC all the way up to Boston (500+ miles), interspersed by true urban areas here and there along the way of course.
Let’s not exaggerate. There are rural areas in there as well, in northern Maryland, eastern Conn., and Rhode Island.
Though the following comments aren’t directed specifically at Hunter, I ought to take this opportunity to write a bit about the major ‘brain drain’ that has been occurring across the USA in the last few decades.
As more and more of this nation’s best and brightest leave America’s rural areas, small towns, medium-sized towns, and smaller cities and move to mass-anonymous cities like DC, NYC, LA, Chicago, Houston, etc, they are basically forever condemning the areas they leave to flounder economically, politically, socially, etc if they choose to remain in those areas permanently.
A large percentage of the people who high-tail it to DC after college or whatever think they are going to set the world on fire with their ideas, or be the next hot-shot Senator, or Congressman, Supreme Court Judge, or even President. Obviously that isn’t going to happen (but at least they have the personal ambition and drive to try, I suppose). NYC is a similar draw for artist and writer-types (or bankers), just as LA is for the wannabe actors and filmmakers, Seattle or Portland for leftist-greens, etc.
As these indigenous elites leave their native areas, the rest of America (‘Flyover Country’) is being deprived of their abilities as they leave the areas of their birth and pour in to the mass-anonymous cities filled with endless numbers of non-Whites of every kind as well as endless masses of sociocultural degenerates: Jews, Blacks, Hispanics, Asiatics, huge numbers of crazed feminists and decadent gays, large numbers of criminals and rip-off artists, and so on.
Perhaps the mass-urbanization of a race’s or nation’s elite is a natural process of the evolution of a high-culture as it declines in to the ‘civilization’ stage (as Spengler though), leaving the so-called ‘Fellaheen’ behind to rot, or maybe it is related to the current economic-technological arrangement of our particular White nation(s) — that much is up for debate.
Most of us here agree that decentralization is better than centralization, especially the undue and damaging centralization that is currently occurring in terms of the economy, the media, politics, and so on. And this exodus of America’s ‘cognitive elite,’ or political elite, or economic elite, etc in to the mass-urban areas is only contributing to communistic centralization of the USA even more. Just as some often say that ‘demography is destiny,’ geography plays a huge part in the destiny of a race and nation as well.
As I’ve spelled out before, I think that the only way to reform American society at large is to decentralize power and influence, and we cannot do that by crowding around the money-printing and mass-media controlling Jews who control many of the major urban areas.
But I suppose to some it makes sense in these trying times to crowd around those with all of the power and money — the fact that America’s main monetary printing-presses are located in DC means that the area will never lack for ready cash to supply all of the humans running around up there like chickens with their head cut off trying to ‘change the world.’
The Chronicle of Higher Ed had a recent article on this topic some of y’all might enjoy – http://chronicle.com/article/The-Rural-Brain-Drain/48425/
ben tillman:”Let’s not exaggerate. There are rural areas in there as well, in northern Maryland, eastern Conn., and Rhode Island.”
True, but not many true rural areas are left there; pockets of semi-rurality are left for sure, but not wide and expansive ones — most everything has been paved over. In the event of a serious emergency (such as an energy crisis, plague, some kind of civilizational breakdown, etc), how are the tens of millions of people who are tightly crowded in to that stretch supposed to scratch a living out of the pavement that surrounds them virtually everywhere?
Also, when I said that the stretch from DC up to Boston was basically one 500 mile long suburban conglomerate, I was primarily referring to the I-95 corridor or course.
Just a final thought for now — I remember someone in a previous post referring to DC as an “anthill.” Indeed it is. It boggles my mind how humans (not insects: humans!) could live in such a chaotic, alienating, and impersonal/depersonalized environment like that for any long length of time.
And I just happened to see that the father of sociobiology E. O. Wilson (he’s from Alabama and is of course well regarded by many racialists) is releasing his first novel soon about ants and ant-colony behavior entitled, appropriately, ANTHILL: A NOVEL; recent interview with him about his upcoming novel @ http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2010/01/wilson-interview.html
“…(Noo Yawk is the diseased brain), a Negro hunting ground without warning signs.”
You mean ‘Noo Yawk Shitty’???
The rest of the state ain’t all that bad.
I hope your move went well.
Hunter’s from the Deep South and attempted to move into the biggest blizzard in DC history. It’s safe to assume that he probably slid his car off into the Potomac or thought that DC negroes have the same deferential manner about them that they have in rural Alabama and got thrown in a snowdrift.