Mainstream media misinformation about Berkeley

The fact that I needed to go and buy a respirator, a helmet, and a face mask to go to a political event in America just shocks me. I’m still trying to get over the fact that I just had to go and buy that stuff to go to a political event, let alone what actually happened at this event which is now making nationwide headlines.

— Lauren Southern

The real news.


Fake news: Alt Right ‘Proud Boys’ Declare Victory In Berkeley Melee

The core of being AltRight for me

It was 2003 and the US had just invaded Iraq. I like hundreds of thousands of others had protested against the war and had even been arrested and briefly jailed twice.

By Summer that year I had to move and ended up getting in my car and making a really long journey across the desert Southwest in what was insanely high heat that year. I remember one point when I was driving through Texas and my car – which had no AC because where I had lived previously the thought of needing AC never even remotely crossed my mind – it was so hot that my car was literally like an oven.

I never experienced that extreme level of heat ever. Before reaching Texas I remember going by meteor crater in Arizona – disappointed that it was not a free, national or state park I didn’t spend the money to get in – but that day the temperature was around 120 degrees F.

In Texas the highway just went on and on and on and I was burning up so badly that I had to pull off to seek shade. Except there was no shade anywhere. I was driving and driving and there was not even a tree or anything to temporarily park under. I was on the verge of going insane from the heat when I hunkered down. As a runner I told myself that this was just a physical challenge that I was capable of surmounting. I decided I was going to be stronger than the heat and after that I got my grip together and managed.

In Texas I stayed at a youth hostel for several months and I met a lot of really great people. One of the guys I met was this tall, thin, blond-haired American guy who I worked cleaning with at the hostel for several hours each day in exchange for free room and board.

I remember him telling me some of his stories about being in the service. I think he was in the air force or at least was involved with something related to flying.

This guy was the nicest guy. Just thinking that a person like him was in the service really meant something to me. It made me feel good to know that there were people like him in America. There are so many people who are people who serve in different ways and it seems that they are sometimes underappreciated.

Anyhow, some months later, I was in the deep South where my parents had moved. I stayed there for a while. One weekend night I went into the town that was near them and went out dancing. There I met some people from the town – a totally different culture than what I was coming from – and they were the nicest people. I think some of the guys I met were also in the service or had been.

It was my experiences traveling away from the insular West Coast and meeting people in other parts of America which awakened me to how many great people there are in America, and how insularized the West Coast is.

Many times over the years when I have read about people being killed in the Armed Services I thought about all those people I met and the light in their eyes.

I eventually went back to the West Coast. One time I went to this hot spring resort which was supposed to be like this healing center but I was not impressed with it. Rather than being some kind of world-class healing spa like I would have expected to be in Germany or Japan, it seemed more like a trashy trailer park with a decidedly creepy, somewhat gross vibe.

I was sitting in a hot tub and there was this guy next to me and I was just having small conversation with him when he said something like “This culture is only here and on the East Coast.” I sincerely did not know what he meant by “this culture”. I asked him what did he mean and he just evaded the question.

But I think I understand. It was a kind of arrogance on his part. He thought that the people on the West Coast, or “this culture” of the trailer trashy people at the spa resort, were better than the rest of people in the country.

I just found that really repugnant and shallow. I just could never think that way about other people.

This came up another time as well when I was talking with someone who was supposed to have a lot of spiritual experience. He just kind of put down people who weren’t “cool” or whatever you want to call it. I was actually defending southern culture to him and saying that sometimes it may be the people who seem to be the opposite to what you believe who in a real time of need would be the first ones to be there for you.

I really believe this. For example, “cool” people from the coast might put down people from Christian cultures, but then in a true time of need it might be that the people from the Christian culture are the only one’s there for you because the people from the supposedly more advanced culture don’t actually give a fuck and only care about themselves.

So basically I was learning about nihilism, decadence, and values. But even more deeply, I simply connected with different people and I think connection is the most important thing. When you connect with other people you realize that you have a deep bond that goes beyond whatver programming you’re led to believe about one culture being “better” or “more advanced” or whatever.

I just wanted to write this because, living in relative isolation back in a coastal area again, I still think about the connections to those people. I like the AltRight because I see it as a chance for different people across America to re-connect. Even though people are from different backgrounds, I try to appreciate everyone. When I see people online I think about how we are all from different places in America, and I’m glad that we can connect in our own ways and to me the AltRight is important.

It’s funny, because to me the AltRight is almost the exact opposite of what critics say about it: It’s about love, agape.

To me that is what’s so revolutionary about the AltRight: It is based on love and recognizing the dead end, the nihilism and decadence of mainstream culture that leads to nowhere and being stronger than it. I’m inspired by AltRight people who are standing up against the stream of nihilsm and waste that is afflicting our society. Even though it may not show, I think the attainments they realize are significant and highly important. I think that we are accomplishing something that is truly revolutionary and truly great that goes way beyond mere politics. It’s about reconnecting to a new ground for how we as humans are and that’s so important.

Retardedness keeps everything retarded

Retarded people keep other people retarded. Being around retardedness makes people retarded. Retardedness keeps everything retarded.

This is what society chooses. This is what America chooses. It doesn’t choose brahmanic cultivation. It doesn’t choose evolution. It chooses retardedness.

There’s too much profit involved in retardedness for it to change. Retardedness is the overriding agenda, because retardness makes money. It’s an industry.

In America you’re supposed to shut up and be damaged. Shut up and be happy for the “freedom” which is damage to others and abuse. Shut up and bleed.

People actually live in non-multicultural-fucked-up-hellholes!

There was not the slightest sense of menace or even wariness in any of this. Those of us with experience in multiracial societies know that being on guard while doing these things—or skipping them altogether—is one of the “benefits” of diversity.

describing life in Krakow, Poland Notes from a White Country, Part II

This is the way it’s supposed to be. This is the right, the entitlement you have which you relinquised and were told that it was for some altruistic good. The sacrifice of your happiness. Of your safety. Of your peace. Of your ability to enjoy where you live. Of the ability of members of your tribe to build centers of civilization and cultivation which truly are civilized, cultivated, and sustainably so in perpetuity for you and for your people.

This is what it’s like in a society that is not infliced with the disease of pathological altruism where the unending stream of victims’ blood which is poured is never the blood of the “humanitarian” leaders forcing upon their peoples invasion, displacement, victimization, and loss.

Because in a multi-cultural degenerate hellhole beridden with rampant crime, lawlessness, and despair you’re supposed to do one and only one thing: Shut up and bleed. Abdicate your right to a happy life, the life that was earned by the sweat and blood of your ancestors. Abdicate what is yours and bleed for the sake of multiculturalism.

America last?

Donald Trump campaigned on a promise of no more wars of choice: no military interventions to liberate other countries, to intervene in so-called “humanitarian” crusades, to force regime change, to coercively spread democracy, or to take sides in other people’s wars or civil wars.

In summation, our military would be used only in the defense of our own country or our closest allies. America Last?

The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.

Negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program will not solve Israel’s security dilemma. Nor will they stop Iran from improving the crucial part of any nuclear weapons program — the capability to enrich uranium. At best, the talks between the world’s major powers and Iran that began in Istanbul this April and will continue in Baghdad in May will enable Israel to postpone by a few months a decision whether to launch an attack on Iran that could provoke a major Mideast war.

Iran’s nuclear program and Syria’s civil war may seem unconnected, but they are. For Israeli leaders, the real threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is not the prospect of an insane Iranian leader launching an unprovoked Iranian nuclear attack on Israel that would lead to the annihilation of both countries. What Israeli military leaders really worry about… U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05794498 Date: 11/30/2015

Never enough blood of Americans to help piece of shit Israel. Fuck them. Fuck this shit. Same shit again.

By the way friends, it was the AltRight in front of the White House protesting against this shit yesterday.

And for the first time, Trump is being praised across the board for bombing Syria.

Wake the fuck up.

America first. Build the wall. Kick out all illegals (and their illegal, non-citizen kids). Fix our cities. And stop the globalist sellout of America and the fucking jews behind it.

It’s amazing how many worlds have opened

I just compiled and ran my first C# app. Just a basic “Hello world” app. It looks very similar to Java.

Recently I was also was looking at how to create a class with C++. I never studied C++ before but just because I’ve studied Java, PHP, and Python it looked familiar to me, like something I could grasp rather quickly.

It’s like new worlds have opened to me which I never before would have imagined just a couple years ago before I took my first modern CS course.

I basically understand programming now. Maybe not everything, but I know a good amount to be able to look at code and understand what’s happening.

One thing I realize is that programming is actually a huge, vast area with so many different areas of concentration. I don’t even know if it’s possible for me to even understand or know yet what area I would like to be involved with. So for now I’m just continuing to learn patiently.

I see now that programming is just like knowing anything else. People are wrong to think something like “some people program, others don’t”. Everyone can learn to code and enjoy it. It’s just like any other thing people do. If you want to learn to code just do it. You can create programs. Whatever you want. You just learn the tools and become familiar with the concepts.

The only thing that worries me is spending too much time doing it. Sometimes I’m afraid that I will spend too much time and miss out on life. On the other hand though, I’m really appreciative of this extremely powerful tool, something very new for humans. Only it’s very bittersweet to me because just as we humans have created such great technology, we’re totally fucking up our societies and our planet. It seems like in the end it’s all a waste because everything is going to burn up.

I really can’t understand how people who try to cultivate brahmanic energy, who follow brahmanic pursuits, aren’t pissed off at what’s happening, that they allow all this appalling shit to occur in society, to allow degeneracy and dysgenia and all the mass stupidity. The situation is really fucked.

Even though I enjoy programming I am losing interest in being in this sick, fucked up world. I guess I can take a philosophical approach to my own brahmanic cultivation. I can detach from it and allow it to dissipate into emptiness because what matters isn’t the actual subject of the cultivation but the cultivation itself. While it’s sad we have to lose this body, I believe that I am even more beautiful, more amazing than this body. My true home is the Cosmos. This is only temporary.

It’s good to be learning what I’m learning now, and to have learned what I’ve already learned. But what is more important is to learn about the Cosmic destiny of which I am a part.

I feel like I came to this world to dance, but this world didn’t want to dance with me. It’s ok, there will be other places to dance in the future.


units. Indispensible tool. Very, very useful!

$ units
Currency exchange rates from on 2016-06-21
2926 units, 109 prefixes, 88 nonlinear units

You have: floz(2)
You want: ml
* 59.147059
/ 0.016907011

Yes, 2 fluid ounces is 60 milliliters.

Brahmanic energy can save the Earth

There are some people who want to live like savages. They are not evil per se, but they are not stewards of planet Earth. They are not the same as people who attain advanced brahmanic states.

Some cultures have tended towards more and more brahmanic cultivation. Some cultures are stuck. They make advances but then collapse. Other cultures simply do not achieve it and probably never will.

Scandanavian countries were once at the forefront but are committing suicide. The United States has been stuck. Some parts of it reach high levels of advancement but then there are major issues that cause it to fall back.

Now what we are witnessing in the world is mass suicide as many cultures which reached levels of advanced attainment are literally killing themselves through pathological altruism.

If left uncontrolled, Earth will surely plunge into massive destruction and suffering.

Brahmanic energy can save the Earth. Failure to attain a state of advanced brahmanic cultivation will surely result in destruction.

Let’s be clear: What will save Earth, what is necessary to save Earth is evolution. Evolution means advancing towards ever higher states of brahmanic cultivation. Deevolution is the opposite: it is the degeneration into lower and lower states away from brahmanic cultivation.

To allow a country, just when it is reaching a higher state of evolution, to be flooded with vast hordes of high-breeding low IQ people is a sin against nature. It is the most ecologically destructive thing that can be done. There is nothing humane about it. It is stupidity at the highest level.

Evolution doesn’t care about bullshit. It only cares about evolution. If a society is to exist sustainably, if Earth isn’t going to be turned into a burned-out pile of shit, then evolution must occur. Since there is no longer natural selection humans must choose to evolve.

That means choosing evolution above everything else. Nature doesn’t give a shit about “being nice”. It doesn’t give a shit whether people want to feel good or not. All it cares about is evolution. Evolution is what it is, regardless of what shit humans do or say or fail to do or say.

Evolution, whether humans figure it out or not, has to be the goal if there is to be minimal suffering on Earth and maximal thriving, sustainability, and happiness.

It may take humans a very long time to realize this. It may never be realized. At the current rate it appears that it won’t be realized.

“…not to be celebrated in the presence of common people…”

The late 13th-century theorist Johannes de Grocheo believed that the motet was “not to be celebrated in the presence of common people, because they do not notice its subtlety, nor are they delighted in hearing it, but in the presence of the educated and of those who are seeking out subtleties in the arts.” Motet

Came across this quote today while reading.

“Seeking out subtleties in the arts”. I love it! Love it!

On that note, I was again reflecting today on the clash between brahmanic cultivation and decadance. One can witness how there are attempts to appropriate aspects of brahamanic cultivation yet these amount to no more than scheming since they fail to heed the ground of brahmanic cultivation. To put it more basically, people can lie for a while and make things which are ungrounded seem like reality, but eventually they collapse.

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