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Happy Easter.


1. i’ve been pondering the function of Q Anon since i began following his 8chan posts a few months ago. At first i was unsure if he really was a high-level Trump insider, a bad actor, or just a LARPer; but the globalist propaganda organs ¬suggest Q is indeed a patriot, and the proofs of Q are statistically striking; for example, it is difficult to believe that even a well-informed layman would post:

Nov 14 2017 21:25:29 (EST) Q !ITPb.qbhqo ID: wmN+33xv 149467690

Why do D’s push for gun control ‘directly’ after every tragic incident?
Why is this so very important to their agenda?
We, the people, are who they are afraid of.
We, the people, are who they fear will one day awake.
Our Father who art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us,
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.

Three weeks later, “Pope” Francis announces he wants to change the Lord’s Prayer. There are many such Q-incidences. So, my understand of Q – mostly just from reading his drops and thinking, and also reading selected blogs (at least one of the commentators, i think is also in the Q-aligned Deep State):

2.1 At the time of the supposed end of the world, December 2012, a number of patriotic Deep State officers (Military Intelligence, FBI, CIA, NSA, etc.) realised that the next four years of Obama weren’t merely going to be a bit of a swing to the Left, but a preparation for something like Mao’s China or Stalin’s Russia – perhaps unfolding over the next decade, inaugurated with either a Hillary or Bush/Cruz victory. More foreign wars. Mass immigration. Crackdowns on the native white population. Take away guns. Execute or imprison Christians, Europeans. Mass propaganda and “re-education”. Why would they want to do this? Why did Mao? Why did Stalin?

Imagine how 50-something Intelligence hands would feel; men like this:

Think Charles McCarry’s Old Boys. They had gathered evidence of crimes, atrocities. They realised that as the organs of the State were being taken over by genuinely evil men (and women), they could retire to their Martha’s Vineyard mansions and try not to think about, well, the destruction of the West; or do something and either prevail & eventually die with honour on Earth, or be assassinated à la Seth Rich and have honours in Valhalla.

2.2 The Q-org plan was: a military coup, Pinochet-style

or a political solution. i think they approached Trump, because he had talked about possibly running for the Presidency and he is curiously both closely associated with scum like Jeffrey Epstein and the Clintons, without being implicated in their misdeeds, e.g. he apparently barred Epstein from Mar-a-Lago after Mr Lolita tried to get a bit kinky with an underage girl. Although Trump likes to roll the big dick swagger i think he’s actually quite normal – he likes women with tits and ass, by God, grown women who look capable of dishing it out, and he likes to be genuinely adored (sans coercion). So, no 5-year-old boys on the menu – not even 65 thousand dollars’ worth of hot dogs & pizza.

2.3 Q-org most likely includes Mattis and Pence. They began planning probably in late 2012, early 2013. They established what Kingsman 2 calls an independent Intelligence agency. They attacked the principle funding sources – the Saudis (c.f. Robert Baer). They orchestrated a quiet coup in Saudi Arabia, and severed the vast money funnel running from Saudi Arabia to the US Deep State.

SA, freed.

2.4 Next, North Korea. Trump personally meets the Chinese brokers and Kim in secret:

then the disarmament talks begin. CIA (clowns) are removed:

 Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 27d57d 594016
Thank you Kim.
Deal made.
Clowns out.
Strings cut.
We took control.
Iran next.

2.5 North Korea has been knocked off the chessboard. i hope that Iran next doesn’t mean war – it means removal of certain elements; it means peace.

2.6 Presently, i imagine the Deep State and the globalists are rather in a panic. Trump is eating steak with ketchup, insulting assholes, making spelling mistakes on Twitter. The New York Times and CNN and the Washington Post are attacking him & shrieking about Russia. All the usual suspects in California and New York sneer at him. Surely he is a lame duck…?

It’s art of the deal. He and Q-org began this in high secrecy probably in late 2012. They most likely already have invisible networks in place. And so, why are they posting their intentions on 8chan? So, my suggestions:

3. It is a political marketing campaign. The many decent Americans who would be tempted to dismiss Trump after his Syrian missile strike and his bumpstock ban can read Q Anon and think, The God Emperor is distracting the Enemy, but he is still on our side. i would say this is still a probable motive: whether Trump is indeed going to open the door to an assault on the 2nd Amendment, Q at least reassures the red-pill base that they should keep the faith. So he can betray his base for a while, in this reading.

4. To prepare the citizenry for mass arrests, military tribunals. i hope this will happen: nothing would make me happier than to see Obama, Clinton, the entire Bush family, all mainstream/State journalists led away to Gitmo in orange, but i am not naturally given to hope.

5. Military communications. Judging from marginal news stories and Q it seems that some hard boyos are at work, cracking skulls and smashing mountains; if the bad guys are trying to identify and isolate the good guys, perhaps it makes sense to communicate via 8chan rather than through supposedly secure comms.

6. Crowd-sourcing intel: Q poses questions not to make people think, but to gather possible ideas, intel solutions:

 Q !xowAT4Z3VQ 462
Why did Kim travel to China?
Why was travel impossible in the past?
What changed?
What constitutes the need for a F2F meeting v. secured call?
What US publicly traded co. previously entered N. Korea to establish comms?
Think logically.
Who is Sergey Brin?
Where was Sergey born?

Hundreds of high-IQ individuals with time on their hands can investigate each. False leads will be disproved in the ultimate marketplace of ideas.

7. Last: it is a message to the Enemy. It says: we know who you are; we know where you live; we know what you plan; we can take you whenever we want, Sea to Shining Sea. It is intended partly to disconcert, to alarm, to force the Enemy to hasty & precipitous action; and since many in the Deep State are complicit but not actively malevolent (i.e. not paedophiles, murderers), it says, We are here. We know you. We have been watching you for years. We are taking out your organisation, piece by piece. Repent. Turn. Sing.

 Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: b086d2 739690
Big meeting.
Cell phones left at door.
5 political
1 former intel dir
Mask & Spin
IDEN friendly ‘insiders’
MSM support +talking points
Shift narrative
We hear you.
We have the algorithm.
Thank you @ Snowden.
Learn chess.
Down she goes.
Nobody escapes this.




8. Things have now moved beyond a certain point. Trump and his family will be killed if Q-org does not prevail; not to mention Mattis, Pence, probably every Libertarian or true conservative in the West. This is killing ground: you will survive if you fight with utter ferocity and speed, you will perish if you do not (Sun Tzu).

If this sounds crazy, how do you suppose the truth would have sounded to the average Russian Christian in 1913? Or how would the blue-haired Social Justice Warrior and shrieking menopausal Cat Ladies have struck a normal American in the 1990s? The Leftist agenda – a boot stamping on a human face, forever – was entering its preparatory phase in winter 2012 and had Trump not won i think America would now be either in a gun-grab-phase prior to mass extermination, or (more likely) Q-org would have arrested Bush/Cruz/Hillary and virtually everyone in the CIA and FBI would now be in Gitmo, the paedophile rape gangs would be tried and the most hideous evidence would be shown, revealing the Clintons, Obama, Biden, many in the Democrat & Republic parties, to be child rapists, and perhaps the bad actors would be now inciting North Korea to nuke America as distraction. Marines would be gunning down shrieking pussy-hat Feminists on the streets and journalists would be summarily executed as traitors, and things would be pretty grim. Instead, things look to be unraveling both rapidly and slowly, depending on one’s perspective.

9. My feeling is that the Left were partly right when they accused Trump of cheating, of being a Russian spy etc. i don’t think he cheated (if anything, the Democrats probably gained 1+ million votes illegally) and he’s clearly not working for Russia. But i think he is, in a sense, working for someone – for America. Not the America of the shrieking feminists, or Marxist college professors, or illegal immigrants from Honduras and Mexico, or for menopausal cat ladies who hate the white race. He’s working for pre-1965 America, a safer, better, more nationalistic and prosperous America. i’ve lately wondered if Q had been preparing the way before 2015, if e.g. True Detective was a psy-op (but then, with great moments in history, there are typically artistic vortices and coincidences which nobody planned). Certainly, however, whoever Q is, the Enemy (the Clintons, Soros, the Deep State bad hats) are most likely not too dissimilar to the King in Yellow and the “big people” who Rust and Marty don’t catch:

Whether someone in Q informed Nic Pizzolatto or whether True Detective merely picked up on certain past and future cultural forces, when i read this:

Jan 22 2018 21:47:32 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: b189f8 130638

We haven’t started the drops re: human trafficking / sacrifices [yet][worst].
Those [good] who know cannot sleep.
Those [good] who know cannot find peace.
Those [good] who know will not rest until those responsible are held accountable.
Nobody can possibly imagine the pure evil and corruption out there.
Those you trust are the most guilty of sin.
Who are we taught to trust?
If you are religious, PRAY.
60% must remain private [at least] – for humanity.
These people should be hanging.

i think of this:

i believe in evil, both human & universal. As do others.

Evil exists. But it provokes goodness, in many; even in surprising men – one does not need to be a saint; it is enough to be ordinary and to care about your people, and to want to be remembered well in a thousand years. By the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, things may be clearer, the men and women of true evil dead or wearing orange.



1. Did yet another edit of Vocations and The Better Maker this week, hideous labour so when i absolutely couldn’t take any more i read The Genius Famine by Bruce Charlton and Edward Dutton. It’s an excellent work. Charlton/Dutton observe that we no longer live in an age of geniuses, but rather of minor talents, men and occasionally women who tinker with ideas & inventions of a vanished age.

The authors define genius by: intelligence, intuitive creativity and long-term self-motivation. Real intelligence (correlated with reaction time) is diminishing:

…there has been a large and important decline in the average intelligence of Western populations over the past century and more. In every day terms; the academics of the year 2000 were the school teachers of 1900, the school teachers of the year 2000 would have been the factory workers (the average people) of 1900, the office workers and policemen of 2000 were the farm labourers of 1900, while the low level security guards and shop assistants of 2000 were probably in the workhouse, on the streets or dead in 1900.

The substantial long-term unemployed or unemployable, chronically sick or physically/ psychologically disabled, dependent ‘underclass’ of 2000, simply didn’t exist in 1900.

The obvious cause is mutation accumulation, as reduced infant mortality and sub-normal fertility for high-IQ women results in a dysgenic, Idiocracy-style survival of the dumbest. In addition, there are cultural forces – the genius is characteristed by an endogenous personality type:

The genius must combine the inner orientation of the contemplative – in order to find his own problem, the problem he is destined to work on; with an inner motivation towards action directed to solving this problem. He must desire to translate understanding into engagement; not just to contemplate reality, but to ‘solve’ reality.

So, something deep within the genius – and not the promise of an external reward – makes him want to fully comprehend or improve or express the nature of reality. Because his motivation comes from within, and he is focused upon a problem which also comes from within, the genius is not easily discouraged; his drive will enable him – will indeed compel him – to keep pushing and pushing, even when support is withdrawn or he is met by discouragement and failure.

Our society changed at some point in my early years, so the endogenous, self-motivated personality came to be regarded as freakish and abnormal; the exogenous is the norm and indeed the only acceptable personality type, what Charlton/Dutton call the Head Girl:

The stereotypical Head Girl is an all-rounder: performs extremely well in all school subjects and has a very high ‘Grade Point Average’ as it is termed in the USA. She is excellent at sports, Captaining all the major teams. She is also pretty, popular, sociable and well-behaved.

The Head Girl will probably be a big success in life, in whatever terms being a big success happens to be framed (she will gravitate towards such aspects of life) – so she might in some times and places make a good marriage and do a great job of raising a family; in another time and place she might go to a top-notch college and get a top-notch job – and pursue a glamorous and infertile lifestyle of ‘serial monogamy’; with desirable mates.

But the Head Girl is not, cannot be, a creative genius. The genius is pretty much everything the Head Girl is not. He (or she) is lop-sided in his abilities – truly excellent at some things or maybe just one thing, he is either hopeless or bored by many others. He won’t work hard for long periods at things he does not want to do. He will not gravitate to the prestige areas of life and cannot, or will not, do the networking necessary to get-on.

The Head Girl can never be a creative genius because she does what other people want by the standards they most value. She will work harder and at a higher standard in doing whatever it is that social pressure tells her to do – and she will do this by whatever social standards prevail, only more thoroughly. Meanwhile the creative genius will do what he does because he must.

The reader may impatiently ask, Is not the world a finer place with Head Girls? Is it not better without men like Conrad, Nietzsche, Blake, Joyce, Yeats, Dickens, Milton? – without Einstein, Newton, Faraday, Tesla, Mendel, Pasteur? Charlton/Dutton however argue:

In the face of a potentially fatal social problem an individual with the Endogenous personality offers the possibility (but of course there is no guarantee) of a novel ‘breakthrough’ answer. For instance, in the face of the prospect of annihilation by the environment, or by another group – a situation in which the group is doomed unless there is a breakthrough; perhaps some new technology, some socially-unifying art or form of religion, some way of extracting more resources per unit area, some new weapon or defence. For this kind of creative solution, a genius is needed.

If a whole society was composed of genius-type people, it could not function – indeed it would not be a society. But if it altogether lacked Endogenous personalities, then it would only grow very slowly (perhaps by incremental trial and error – which doesn’t always yield an answer to novel problems) and would be at greater risk of being wiped-out by natural forces or group competition.

The minor talents of today seem to largely tinker and occasionally hit on solutions by trial & error; the genius foresees an otherwise unimaginable solution. In Schopenhauer’s terms:

Das Talent gleicht dem Schützen, der ein Ziel trifft, welches die übrigen nicht erreichen können; das Genie dem, der eins trifft, bis zu welchem sie nicht einmal zu sehen vermögen.

Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see.

And this brings us to the cultural problem, a kind of Baldwin effect: as genius wanes, bureaucracy waxes, and the bureaucrat is always inimical to the unexpected and the excellent:

Modern society is, of course, run by Head Girls, of both sexes (plus a smattering of charming or charismatic psychopaths), hence there is no assigned place for the creative genius. Modern colleges aim at recruiting Head Girls, so do universities, so does science, so do the arts, so does the mass media, so does the legal profession, so does medicine, so does the military. And in doing so, except insofar as they make errors, they filter-out and exclude even the possibility of creative genius.

The more e.g. universities trumpet their century-old alumni and research, the less they would be likely to give such alumni the time of day, the more likely that a 21st-Century Newton wouldn’t even pass his undergraduate degree, let alone get a teaching/research post. That is i think fine for literature or philosophy but it’s hard to imagine a modern scientific genius finding the time or resources to achieve much after working all day at minimum wage data entry, which is all he would be likely to be able to do.

Charlton & Dutton sketch out a framework within which – even if mutation accumulation is unlikely to reverse – geniuses could at least be selected rather than spurned & persecuted:

The framework is that talent-with-potential (typically, high technical ability in a context of the Endogenous personality) is being discovered then developed to a point where the talent can take-over its own development. The apprentice would need to find, and trust, a Master (who would himself need to be an Endogenous personality). The Master would need to want to find, and work with, the best apprentices. And the Masters would be in control of the system (not Head Girls or bureaucrats or committees). Because only the Masters can perceive what is going-on – can perceive the difference between mere high ability and the potential for creative genius. But aside from that, there is no ‘system’. No formal requirements. No standard progression. No accreditation of any significance.

This is more or less how things worked in the past, e.g. Bertrand Russell & Wittgenstein. It was clear to everyone that Russell was highly intelligent & educated, and at least in 1910 a man of genius; and so he had the power to patronise a 22-year-old Austrian aeronautics engineer who was interested in philosophy. Neither Russell nor Wittgenstein would have a chance today. As Charlton/Dutton conclude:

The above may sound all too privileged for the already-privileged, terribly elitist, very esoteric. It is a statement of the need for special treatment for special people. And it sees talent and the potential for genius as essentially innate. If you haven’t got it you can’t do it; and even if you have, you probably won’t. It asks for everything that modern culture despises, and indeed regards as immoral.

Furthermore, this is anti-democratic, anti-popular, and aristocratic. High intellectual ability is itself very rare, but high ability in the context of an Endogenous personality is rarer still. The process of finding Boy Geniuses is about searching for a very few diamonds among great heaps of (useful) coal – but with a distracting and deceptive proportion of gaudy ‘costume jewellery’ (pretend diamonds, pseudo-geniuses) taking the form of un-creative skill and fake creativity.

In conclusion, if modern society was concerned with its own continuation – which very clearly it is not, being instead self-loathing and covertly devoted to its own extinction – then something of this kind would need to occur to locate and empower sufficient numbers of geniuses to maintain the frequent and relevant breakthroughs necessary to enable continued growth in efficiency and capability.

But, overall, it seems that we have to accept that Western civilization will decline. It is, essentially, inevitable. 

2. About ten years ago i noted that as technological civilisation developed, people became more barbarous, more stupid, more degenerate and incurious and primitive. Earlier this week i taught at an engineering company that is experimenting with AI, and we discussed self-driving cars and an automated society. More & more of our civilisation is run by computers, by advanced technologies; and meanwhile fewer & fewer people can maintain, let alone fully understand or develop these technologies. The collapse of the diversity bridge is a good symbol for our times. If the God Emperor indeed sends the US Army Corps of Engineers to shift from Greencastle Indiana and construct the Wall, i imagine it will stand up to a fair bit of burrito barrage & taco tornado.

But i digress. Varg has repeatedly prophesied a total collapse: because so many today are almost wholly reliant on high technologies we are largely incapable of understanding, we will indeed swiftly perish if there is a “reset”. i’m not as gleefully gloomy as Varg, but in truth the situation does not look good: as technologies become more extensive & pervasive & ubiquitous, and increasingly complex, and real intelligence declines, and genius disappears completely, it is not difficult to envisage a situation where almost nobody can maintain our technological systems, but we can’t live without them. Imagine a future where all non-self-driving cars are banned, no one knows how to drive, where you need a Government-approved license to take public transport, and all buses, trains, trams, are operated by a computer – and then something goes wrong because the complexity of the software surpasses the competence of the programmers.

3. In a previous life i was lucky (i suppose) to know several geniuses: they were then more easily located in certain institutions. i was thinking of one of these the other day, a young man when i knew him – he had a (to me) overwhelming sense of being driven, pushed on by a kind of spur; he had a restless energy and commitment to what he was good at. In this life, i’ve met many highly intelligent & talented people but almost no one with that drive. At university i met people i thought could be geniuses, but none have come to anything – they all lacked what Charlton/Dutton call the endogenous personality, the drive i recall from the young man i knew in my last life. All the talented people i’ve known in this life are the kind who pick things up, toy with them for a while, then get bored and forget about it.

i don’t know if that sense of being perpetually spurred on is genetic, or if it is purely cultural. Probably a mixture of both; today, one needs incredible adversity and/or some kind of appalling lengthy breakdown (what Woes calls the Abyss) to persevere on one’s path. This serves as an initiatory ordeal, as in the Grímnismál; there is a certain personality type which results: it can be highly aggressive & sensitive, but has a core of stubborn individuality.

4. If there are geniuses alive today, i can’t think of any. In music, i have liked some individual songs but they seem broadly dispersed so one band will have a couple of good songs then fizzle out (compare with the Rolling Stones, Beatles, or Bob Dylan in the 60s/70s). In literature i still think Blood Meridian and the Border Trilogy are great but the last is now 20 years old; i liked Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient but everything he wrote after that is disappointing. i can’t think of a poet in my lifetime i would hold up to Yeats or TS Eliot. i gather there are some modern philosophers but doubt they could compare with Camus or Wittgenstein or Heidegger. The exception is cinema and TV, for example True Detective (Season 1) struck me not merely for its technical competence but for a quality that distinguished it from even great series like The Sopranos, Deadwood, Twin Peaks: a compression and exactness and sense of utter fusion of form and content, as with The Waste Land – it was hard to imagine it being created by human beings with cameras and a script and sandwiches; it seemed somehow foreordained, to have emerged from the universe, whole & just so.

That is the mark of real creation; the unprecedented, that which one cannot imagine otherwise. In a sense, it is no catastrophe if we have no more great art; we would always have the past – but if things continue on our current path we will have a future where almost no one can even comprehend the past, where almost no one can read, where classical music is perceived as random noise; and then, finally, a “reset” as civilisation collapses and almost the entire human race dies out in racial conflict and famine and disease.


1. i suppose that until very recently society was mostly worker drones, some middle class, with a thin slice of aristocracy ruling by “divine right” in Christendom, or just by custom & force elsewhere. Certain bloodlines would protect themselves. Dissent popped up from time to time, but normally i think only when the ruling class were of a different genetic/cultural lineage, as with the Robin Hood mythos (Normans vs Saxons) or when the ordinary oppression became unduly severe.

In our times, in the West, we have no rulers; we have democracy; we are free.

Oh wait.

2. Human societies are inherently hierarchical and as we see with Xi Jingping, those who hold power don’t like to relinquish it, especially if they have made enemies and don’t want to end up detained like Sarkozy, or hanged like Saddam. Cincinattus is of legendary status because such men are exceptionally rare. Any government will tend to protect and enlarge its purview, to dominate and suppress those not within the government – Orwell’s 1984 is not merely a timely treatment of Communism: it is in a sense the end goal of all governments & bureaucrats, everywhere.

In Christendom, the Church no doubt acted as a counterweight to the State, and the State itself was more of a Game of Thrones-style shitshow of competing families and individuals; also, while the rabble lacked the means to spread their opinions, the State also lacked the means to systematically oppress (hence vagrancy laws). In addition, i suppose that for all the corruption of the Church, most people vaguely believed they would be judged after death, and so your average baron might be less likely to savagely oppress the serfs, or he might at least feel a bit guilty afterwards, maybe.

Under democracy the ruling class are bureaucrats, who however are generally manoeuvred into position by globalist financiers. The bureaucrats are largely ignorant, witless showmen like Tony Blair, Obama, etc. – they regard the population as an expendable resource. They will always aim for more power, to expand the reach of the State.

In days of old, the barons said “God has appointed us to rule you” – if they felt it necessary to say anything at all; perhaps they believed it – probably they did, since people like to believe that which justifies their actions. In the last few decades, the rulers say “you have appointed us to represent you” – but as Q puts it:

They think you are STUPID.
They think you will follow the STARS.
They openly call you SHEEP/CATTLE.

The true rulers are the globalist financiers who own most of the world’s wealth. They look like this:

and this:

Look at who and what they fund.

3. The ostensible rulers – the Blairs, the Bushes, Obama, Clinton – are wholly opposed to the peoples they supposedly govern. Their goal is to weaken those who elect them: in America, by erasing the Second Amendment; in Europe, with mass immigration and “hate speech” laws.

On 20 March, The Scottish Youtuber Count Dankula was convicted under the Communications Act (2003), for being “grossly offensive”. He made a humorous video in which he attempted to train his girlfriend’s pug to raise a paw upon certain commands. As best i can judge, he could face up to 6 months in prison. Meanwhile, another Muslim rape scandal has emerged – up to a thousand girls raped by Muslims in Telford since the 1980s, each case covered up by the police. Another load to add to Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Newcastle, Bristol.

The police and judiciary have been infiltrated and taken over by the Left, to the point where – as with academia – the decent men are bewildered that they can no longer do their job; child gang rape is apparently fine now, as long as the perpetrators are brown. The organs of the State no longer exist for their ostensible purpose; they exist to destroy the native population, and expand their own powers; thus apropos Count Dankula’s video:

Mr Brown [Dankula’s lawyer] said there was no evidence of a complainer in the case, adding Police Scotland was not contacted by anyone who found the video “grossly offensive or menacing.”

He said: “The complainer would appear to be Police Scotland.”

4. i note that Count Dankula will be sentenced on April 23. So on Shakespeare’s birthday and deathday, on St George’s Day – the patron saint of England – Count Dankula will be punished by the rulers, for making a joke. The rulers are fond of such overt symbolism – it seems a bit childish to me but there it is, i’m not a billionaire. i would add that St George was the dragon slayer and a patron saint of the Order of the Dragon, whose ranks included the father of Count Dankula Dracula:

His name had its origin in the Romanian sobriquet of his father, Vlad Dracul (“Vlad the Dragon”), who received it after he became a member of the Order of the Dragon. Dracula is the Slavonic genitive form of Dracul, meaning “the son of Dracul (or the Dragon)”

The order’s symbol

looks, well, a bit like a




Mar 10 2018 14:49:25 (EST) Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: ff7ea4 614954
This is not about religions or party affiliation.
EVIL is everywhere.
There are no drawn lines.
No boundaries.
Good vs Evil.

Interesting little elven man. My feeling is, Sessions isn’t explicitly part of the Q-org, he’s rather an honest old-school functionary, a terrier you can unleash on the rats and trust him to sniff them out, and methodically destroy them. Timing is on the patriots’ side, just about – though the Obama administration tried to drive such men out, enough are left.

At my university, i heard that the older generation – the academic version of Sessions – were grumbling about the new breed of ignorami and the increasing & killing influence of the bureaucracy. The academics’ solution was to take early retirement and shake their heads sadly; only a few even said they should have done something about it when there was still time. The truth is, i think, such a last stand could only have worked if it had been a massive concerted rebellion across all departments at the same time – highly unlikely and now too late, as the men and women of principle have mostly left or fallen into silence.

The difference here is that academics are not disposed to action. Intelligence and military officers are, and so i wouldn’t be surprised if, at some point, they began to do more than grumble about the corruption of their service (and the fact that Q is talking about JFK suggests this corruption was already established when Obama took power).

i’m reminded of Charles McCarry’s great novel Old Boys, incidentally the book which introduced me to Laphroaig. America isn’t my country but nonetheless it’s hard not to hope that, e.g.

 Q !UW.yye1fxo 458
How bad is the corruption?
FBI (past/present)
+29 (16)
DOJ (past/present)
STATE (past/present)
Removal is the least of their problems.
Twitter Bots>GOOG operated (not Russia)/Narrative & Political SLANT
Who knows where the bodies are buried?
Election theft.
Last hope.
Congressional focus.
They think you are STUPID.
They think you will follow the STARS.
They openly call you SHEEP/CATTLE.
 Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: b02328 702000
USMC activated.
US (3).
will lead to something worthy of the popcorn (and Laphroaig).

1. Re-reading my Envy post it feels appropriately mean and dessicated, but then i was in a grim and misanthropic mood. i would say, Toddball is prone to envy and violent resentment but he has many complicating virtues; most importantly for me, humour and a reckless generosity. Some people are generous as a substitute for human understanding; that is, because they lack empathy they like to give presents – if you understand nothing of another person, you can always just give them things, as a substitute for genuine human contact; others see weakness as an opportunity for domination by apparent charity, and impose their wrong-headed advice and help, then become enraged when their target baulks – i once called such folk, the Kindly Ones as they present a fair face, with talk of compassion and fairness, until the victim says “i don’t want to do that” or “i already tried that and decided it’s not for me” – then their Medusa face is revealed (for they are always women):

2. Toddball’s generosity is not of this sort. He is a careless man, who loses or breaks everything, lives in a 5-second timeframe – in political terms he is an absolute sheep who believes whatever he’s just seen on CNN; in the last month he has posted the following two gems on Facebook:


…without irony, he simply believes whatever is presented to him by any suitably Left-wing source (his other posts are New York Times, CNN, etc. articles about how Trump is literally Hitler).

But he has his virtues: though he is bedecked with grudges they rarely last more than a few weeks, and he has a very old-fashioned feudal sense of generosity and personal loyalty. i don’t know how this jibes with his propensity toward envy but i guess they both proceed from the same crystalline centre. Perhaps i could say, that just as he hates and resents those above him, so he feels a certain protective care for those below, or more or less on his level. Thus, his generosity to me – i have considerably less work and hence less money than him, much much more debt, and his wife has a good job and so they can live in the centre of Munich in a flat several times the size of mine, and go on holidays and so on.

3. i’ve known Toddball for nearly 7 years and so as with Juniper and the Viking (my two closest friends) i perceive his vices, his failings. A twofold key:

i) One’s own failings and vices, as counterweight – all have fallen short;

ii) Vices and failings are often connected to virtues.

Juniper’s vices are quite limited: nagging, Germanity, being a woman, being a race-mixer and a bit of a man-hater.

The Viking’s are endless and complex: deviancy, beard-stroking, frivolity, tendencies towards Calvinism, autism, child-like insanity, uncoordinated spasms, sexual perversion of the highest order, alcoholism, inability to smoke pipes or cigars, fondness for rosé wines, blondness, aversion to black magic and voodoo, shabby trainers, receding hair, giggling, Chemistry, paunchy, middle-aged, enormous and daily consumption of mashed potato, etc.

3. Someone recently expressed amazement at the company i keep. It’s partly that when i talk about people, it is usually to analyse their failings & sin (more interesting than the obverse), partly because i like talking shit about everyone; but in truth most of my friends have little in common with me, and are to boot degenerate criminal Christians, because normal people bore me and nobody is like me, and if i met someone like me, i dare say he wouldn’t like me, nor i him.

To put it another way, i respect self-discipline, learning, thought, civility, courtesy, but i also love music like this:


Maybe i’ll get into the habit of posting a banned video every week, since every week there’s something. The latest:

Some amusing moments

1. Some players typically open with something like “anyone from XX here?” in their own language:

2. i got destroyed by an opponent with an amusing name.

3. Discussion of appropriate drinks for tank combat.

4. Inexplicable but amusing abuse from team mates.

5. i destroy two tanks with my KV-1 after two gin tonics.

6. Theological differences

1. i had cause to teach the same word twice this week – both times my students were describing unpleasant colleagues and said “I think it is Neid, what is that?” – and i, “envy”. If narcissism is the human condition, envy is like malaria in the Congo – far from a rarity, and one would not be surprised to find those it has utterly consumed.

It has probably been thus since Ugg came home from the hunt with a particularly splendid buffalo over his shoulder, and the berry-pickers bared their breasts, and Grug thought, “Ugg only get berries because Ugg get buffalo. Ugg only get buffalo because Ugg is bad. Grug kill Ugg and take buffalo and berry-pickers. Grug deserve it because Grug good Grug.” It was, i suppose, commonly understand as a human motivation when Genesis was composed:

But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell. And the Lord said unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance fallen? If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door. And unto thee shall be his desire, and thou shalt rule over him. And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. (Genesis 4.  5-8)

My guess is that in the past envy was actively discouraged, and so it was more of a perpetual, weak grumbling that it’s alright for some innit and so on, among the weak & malcontent. It was in Christendom a cardinal sin; Dante devotes a terrace to it in Purgatorio (Cantos 13 and 14):

They appeared to me to be covered with coarse hair-cloth and the one supported the other with his shoulder and all were supported by the bank. Just so the blind who are destitute take their place at pardons to beg for their needs and one sinks his head on another so that the people may be quickly moved to pity not only by the sound of their words but by their looks which plead no less; and as the sun does not profit the blind, so to the shades in the place I speak of heaven’s light denies its bounty, for an iron wire pierces all their eyelids and stitches them up, as is done to an untamed falcon when it will not be still.

Dante converses with one of the penitents, who relates:

Sapient I was not though I was called Sapia, and I rejoiced far more at others’ hurt than at my own good fortune. 

2. In social psychology terms, the envious are obsessed with their status in the hierarchy, and do so by considering those above them with anger and resentment. It would make no difference how high they rise – they would always envy those who have more (the Satanic impulse). It is an increasingly normal attitude today; so for example i accused Toddball of being a thief and he responded: “What the fuck man, there’s all these rich fucks and they got all this fucking money and fuck yeah I’m gonna take it, I’m fucking robbing from the fucking rich ‘cos they’re all fucking douchebags. I don’t steal from fucking people I know, or from mom and pop stores, I fucking steal from the rich, ‘cos they got too much and they don’t fucking deserve it.” He has, in the time i’ve known him, stolen:

i) A book that a colleague unguardedly left in her file in the McLingua teacher room.

ii) An expensive lighter from a drunk guy at a bar.

iii) A bicycle he found unattended outside a shop in Munich (he rode it around then threw it in the river when he was done).

iv) The Sour Elf’s Red Pill cup.

i’m sure there are many more examples. He steals anything he can find and doesn’t care who from. In his view, if anyone except him has anything, they deserve to lose it because they only got it by being fucking douchebags. Envy is like a persistent malady in his psyche, so when he’s feeling jolly it is little more than a background tinge; and when he’s drunk, high, or pissed off it dominates and drives him.

He is a lifelong Democrat and Leftist, with characteristic motivations; for example he used to hang out with California Jesus, till McLingua offered a contract to the latter: at that point, his view of CJ became coloured entirely by invidia and he refused to talk to him. A few years ago one of my groups gave me a bottle of Laphroaig, and he snarled, “What the fuck man, why these fucking Germans always buying you shit?” i know that if (extremely unlikely) i sold The Better Maker for a few thousand euros, he wouldn’t say “well you’ve spent hundreds of hours over the last 16 years writing and editing it so that’s only fair” – no, he would feel hard done by; he should have got that money; i took it from him, somehow.

In Toddball’s world the very worst thing you can be – worse than a child rapist or murderer – is rich.

He’s not a bad person by any means, it’s just that his natural tendency to envy has been encouraged by, for one thing, growing up in Democrat Chicago (his father worked in the public sector); but more importantly, being born in the latter half of the 20th Century.

Envy has been encouraged, given a political platform, weaponised against the West. Because there will always be some who have less than others, and always those susceptible to resentment due to their personal defects, the Left will always have a huge voting block – and the more they try to sweep low IQ groups into Europe, the more strife and hence envy and hatred they can engender. The adolescent sense – that the Man (e.g. parents, teachers) is oppressive & wicked – has become generalised to the population at large, and given rise to varieties of ghetto art, characterised by violent resentment, deliberate ugliness & primitive, bestial aggression – by an embrace of the cardinal sins.

Of course this cannot continue indefinitely.

3. i’ve rarely felt envy; the closest i’ve come is baffled self-pity that despite all my important bits of paper i’ve only ever done minimum wage work and can find nothing better. Years ago, i came to the conclusion that i simply don’t belong in this world and have nothing to offer anyone – that, after all, makes more sense than assuming the world is wrong and i’m right. i can’t envy e.g. a fellow English Lit grad from Durham who i met at an Alumni party in 2006 in Leeds – he got a 2:1, was utterly bland and unexceptional, and had effortlessly drifted into a job making more than twice my highest salary; he belonged in the world, i don’t. Envying him would be like envying the eagle because it can fly.

But then, perhaps nobody really belongs in this world. Earlier this week i got my JobCentre class to read parts of Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction aloud, for pronunciation:

From this the poem springs: that we live in a place
That is not our own and, much more, not ourselves
And hard it is in spite of blazoned days.

i only feel this alienation among people and their cities; perhaps i don’t belong among humans; perhaps i could envy unimaginably strange creatures, in some other, non-human world.

Brittany Pettibone was “detained” for 3 days by the British authorities for trying to conduct this interview with Tommy Robinson.

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