Saturday, March 28, 2015

The War In Yemen Could Cause WWIII


Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it; such has always been the case; the Germans attacking and invading the the Soviet Union during the second world war, a bit like the ill-fated attacks of Napoleon, only to be driven back by attrition rather than the foe itself, stands as an example of this.

Apparently nobody wants to take a look at the blood-smeared history of how the first and second world wars started, because right now they all seem more interested in a depressed pilot crashing his plane than two particularly foreboding, ever-increasing threats currently raging; namely, Ukraine and Yemen.

When the archduke of Austria was killed the first world war began; what could have stayed a small conflict over diplomatic integrity and nationalistic pride spiraled into an all-engulfing conflict because of the intricate web of alliances which existed at the time. "Never again!" shouted all participants, as they stupidly, and uknowingly, seeded their own eventual doom with the Treaty of Versailles and a new, larger web of alliances practically guaranteed to eventually case a second round of butchery.

Fast forward to the days of Hitler when his mustache was still black and he was still able to get a full night's sleep. The crushing of the German economy via Versailles could only feed nationalism, and when Hitler rose to power, nobody did a thing until he attacked Poland; it was then that what would have been a fight between just Germany and Poland (in which at the time Germany merely wanted to reclaim land that was "theirs" prior to the loss of land courtesy of Versailles itself) spiraled into the second world war. Again, as before, alliances prolonged the peace between fights, but ended up making the eventual fight far more long and insane.

In the wake of this sorry period in our history the alliance grew even larger and culminated in the cold war, whose first round ended when the USSR finally collapsed. However, the alliances are now so large as to envelop most nations in existence; not just NATO versus Russia and its allies, after all there is also a reciprocal treaty in the Americas, and mutual defense treaties between the US and parts of East Asia. As to Russia, their lukewarm Chinese backers have their own formidable capabilities and their own small but lethal sphere.

So when Saudi Arabia (a US ally through oil monies) and Iran (A Russian ally for its fuel resources and strategic location) look about ready to come to blows, I can only envision the situation ending badly; over Yemen of all places, an area no more important from an economic standpoint than Serbia prior to WW1 or Poland prior to WW2, except for its location with regards to oil movement. And when Russia eyes Ukraine, seeking to grab a bit more land, and the US is already arming Kiev with military goods, and Russia arming the Donetsk rebels, I can't imagine that's a stable situation either.

We have to prepare ourselves for the possibility (not yet inevitability) that one of these two situations could end up starting a larger conflict- say, Eastern Europe against Russia, or the entire Shia world against the more powerful Sunni states. Either would be a disaster since both regions occupy strategically important trade routes and are of vast military significance overall to both the US and Russia. The idea that the US would abandon Saudi Arabia, Egypt, or especially Turkey (which is in NATO) should any be assaulted is ridiculous, and the idea that Russia would allow Iran to be assaulted without responding equally so- even attacks in Syria could alarm them enough to get a response, how much more then Iran, with its far greater resources and strategic value?

The US has just tested several minuteman missiles. Putin claims he was prepared to go to full nuclear alert over Crimea last year. It seems our politicians on all sides after all are as ignorant of history as those right before world war two who failed to notice the alliance web that would eventually doom them to fight.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

4chan's /pol/ Begins Censoring Politics

Click to enlarge the rage.



Those of us who have used 4chan long enough to remember the bad old days of shitposters from board to board were slightly relieved when the site finally began cracking down on some of the less helpful content; /pol/ had become nothing more than a cesspit of flame wars and shilling, but the moment moot "retired" and trolled us all by fucking with his site for a few weeks there was a bit of a ripple of fear running through the veins of those who make use of the site to actually speak freely- something most websites no longer really allow.

Now, it seems the moderators have begun (in moot's supposed absence) to censor material being posted on the site, regardless of its adherence to actual rules- /pol/ is of course the reincarnation of /news/ and serves as a politics and current events board- but I caught them archiving (read; disallowing responses to) one of the threads that was on the front page at the time I first saw it, and which had far too few replies to be eligible for pruning off the site.

Discussing world war three, I'd think, is politics related- perhaps some moderators don't agree with this sentiment though. I made sure to screencap the post and make a new thread, just to see if I'd be banned; of course I was. For those of us capable of comprehending the act of changing the MAC on our router this itself isn't a problem, but it does show the moderators there are no longer interested in actual political material. I'd challenge any of them to justify a belief that such material is "not related to politics."

What a sad day, moot abandons the site and censorship immediately begins. If I had to guess I'd say he was leaned on by some government entity (not necessarily even one from the US- Russia is notorious for "urging" sites to self censor) and fled so he wouldn't have to deal with an impossible legal situation. Now, the moderators are a bunch of loonies with no common sense who have bent over backwards and begun sucking someone off- whether it's an American cock or a Russian cock or an Israeli cock makes little difference- it's still a cock.

Thanks mods, I'll be back... over and over and over, and there's nothing you can do about it.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Brian Williams Memories


Brian Williams recently recanted his (false) memory about Iraq- having said he was on a helicopter that took fire and was forced to land; no such event ever took place, and it's not clear why he reported such a thing. In the last 24 hours though folks on twitter have graciously supplied the amnesia-stricken Williams with other memories he apparently forgot.

First we learned that he reported live from the moon- he also took out the second gunman at the grassy knoll and thought briefly that he stormed the beaches of Normandy, but remembered he just had a friend named Norman.

He spent most of the late 1800s hanging with Theodore Roosevelt bunging around the Amazon but later came back to pay the bus fare of Rosa Parks.

Williams is also known for his merciful and beneficent ways. He shot the sheriff, but when he found the deputy cowering in fear at his greatness, he spared his life.




Friday, January 16, 2015

Obama Wants to Muzzle the Press: Here's Why I Don't Care



Obama is widely known for his antipathy directed at the constitution; he's also now well known as being aloof and distracted, seeming not to particularly care about world issues. Oddly, his approval began rising about a month ago on strong economic reports, while it subsequently fell again because people's concern for the economy was replaced by concern for foreign events, which Obama is seen as particularly weak on.

Now he has the crazy idea (related through the white house press secretary) that the first amendment doesn't apply to reporting which "might encourage jihad" (apparently, by publishing material antithetical to islamofascist beliefs.) This is of course prefaced by its connection to the recent Hebdo events in Paris. Obama and his smug-faced secretary seem not to understand the rights of the media.

But I don't care.

I don't care, because in this day and age more and more people are seeing that the mass media is so easily muzzled and now get their news from underground sites, blogs, forums, chatrooms, small media sites, upstart organizations, and even from one another. All you need are a handful of such sites to keep up to date, and even better they aren't bought and paid for by cronyists connected to the political elite or some corporation!
Of course, some are; Gawker infamously got embroiled with its connections to certainn feminazis recently and is currently withering and deflating because a lot of its sponsors withdrew. Grassroots raids and email drives were sufficient to cripple their influence, showing the net still has a bit of the "wild west" vigilantism that was its hallmark to begin with; this, we must viciously defend against intrusion by interventionism. Meanwhile, Facebook recently forsook this appeal and bent over backwards for our old fried Vlad Pootin, who wanted them to remove pages dedicated to one of his political foes.

I don't care because I don't use mainstream sources anyways; they're less interesting than smaller sites, they're more opinion and less news, they refuse to cover many of the events that matter, and ultimately they're just bloated platforms for a bunch of opinion analysts to spew their nonsense on behalf of their chosen parties and religious groups. I don't particularly care if they cower in the corner and refuse to call out islamofascism for what it is; I don't care if they don't publish muhammad cartoons; because I will, and many others will, and there's not a fucking thing anyone can do to stop it, because there are so many tens of millions of individual bloggers, forum admins, and small sites dedicated to just this kind of stuff. If Obama, or any other out of touch statist, thinks muzzling a few news sites will do anything other than make the material more popular amongst those still capable of critical thinking, then he might be more popular and well liked amongst those who favor Kruschev or someone like that, than those who actually care about liberty.

So let the mainstream media get censored; their sites are dying because they cracked down on public commenting and TV news has never been less popular than it is now. More and more people all over the world now realize they're basically just being lied to every time they turn on CNN or BBC or RT or Al Jazeera or FOX or any other large site- even sites that used to be "cool" and "underground" like RT and AJ are now falling out of favor precisely because people realized they were pushing propaganda and that it was only the propaganda that changed, not its frequency of use.

I don't care, because it will have absolutely no effect on my life whatsoever, and those it does affect are already so mind numbed that it hardly matters if the TV lies to them.


Apparently putting your shoes on the kabba like this is enormously disrespectful in islam- good, I hope it pisses a lot of people off.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies


For those who were blissfully unawares, Peter Jackson's final treatise re; The Hobbit has now been released in theaters. I was originally worried that it would be a slight let down, after remembering cynically that the ending of the third installment of "Lord of the Rings" was about 25% ending, with multiple scenes which dragged on and were almost a movie in themselves.

Much like that same ending of the former trilogy, Jackson appears to have pulled out all stops with the animation, and barely a half hour into the film we're treated by a battle between Saruman (who at this point is still a "good" guy) and Lady Galadriel, aided by Lord Elrond, against the nine- to say the battle was well animated and intense would be the understatement of all understatements. Subsequently, Sauron makes a brief appearance before apparently possessed Galadriel sends him firing across the landscape while Saruman's eyes melt into shadowy, empty sockets. The distortion applied here makes it look more like a scene from "Exorcist" than the Hobbit (which some of us remember as mostly a cheerful adventure tale.)

However, prior to this we get an all-too-brief battle between Bard and Smaug; it was beautifully animated (as Jackson's work has been since he first began with Fellowship of the Ring) but I was left surprised at how the dragon sort of melts into irrelevance once Bard kills him- this wasn't a bad thing though, as the entire third installment here dwells on essentially two chapters of the actual book.

Most of the movie revolves around the epic battle of five armies- it has it all; orcs, dwarves, elves, men, all we're missing is a chained-up enslaved balrog smashing cities with fiery fists. Again, the animation shines through.

Now, to the acting; it's just as solid as it was before- and here I must remind all-too-critical reviewers that talk about how the movie is too cliche, or too soft, or too "dreary-lite"- read the book folks, "Hobbit" was ALWAYS more light hearted and less openly horrifying than the madness of the one ring we see in other works.

I'm substantially impressed especially by three individuals as far as their acting; Evangeline Lily (Tauriel), Ken Stott (Balin) and Luke Evans (Bard.) I would not be the least bit surprised to see Evans picked up as a sort of ever present facet in future works on the power of his display here. This shouldn't be a surprise... he also played as Dracula last year.

I think we might have been seeing a little frustration with rulership and power as well in the interplay between "The Master" and Bard.

Overall, I'd give this a 4.5/5. I know a lot of people are cutting it down in reviews, but really most of these people are judging it without, apparently, ever having read the book (or reading and forgetting.)

I waited years for a real Hobbit movie, and here it is.

Je Suis Charlie: My Muhammad Cartoon


I do not have to respect your beliefs, when your beliefs are stupid.


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Friday, January 9, 2015

The Occult Basis of ASMR: Now Available!









For a long time ASMR has remained little more than an interesting phenomenon and "parlor trick" used as a sleep aid and a discussion topic in insomniac forums and new age circles. From this strange tingling phenomenon, I have derived a set of correspondences with the occult itself; not from any particular path, but multiple paths.

Indeed, the phenomenon known as "Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response" appears awfully similar to several discussed even in antiquity; to the serpent fire (in a sort of reversed form) as well as the use of sonic magick- further, into certain allusions to the astral or etheric world supposedly above ours as so often mentioned within Theosophy and other circles.

With this in mind I crafted this fairly short work; a 39 page booklet giving some detail on the connections I have seen, which are fairly numerous, and occasionally remarking or giving suggestions as to how they could be perceived. I went to great lengths not to let my own (obvious) spiritual bias inform the work very much- and it would be remiss not to notice the similarity to certain pentecost-style phenomena as well.

Anjem Choudary Drinking and Partying

Anjem, who responded to the latest attacks in Paris by denouncing "islamophobia" (as though it existed!) has apparently reacted badly to these images so I figured it was good to post them here. Shaytan akbar, Iblis be praised, Islam is a load of steaming pig anus. Free speech motherfucker.





Everyone's favorite islamofascist/ taqqiya using faggot has reared his hideous, porcine face once again to denounce islamophobia- a nonexistent condition he imagines to afflict everyone who ever noticed the quran was full of bullshit and violence, or who wisely observed that most of these continuous terrorist attacks in the entire damn world are perpetrated by people who all have their cult in common.

This time though Choudary appears to have stepped in the proverbial pig shit, because images of him have emerged from his college days where he seems anything but halal, drinking alcohol and apparently enjoying girly magazines. Ooh la la! I wonder how many stinking gobs of haram sperm came shooting out of his purple chode looking at that very magazine!

Choudary is a true goofball, and he will never get his wish- because his god does not exist (allah is a lie!) and because the western world will never bow before his weak, gay-ass retard deity or his hallucinating SOB prophet fuckwad.

Choudary imagines himself to be a pure aryan fagwad with his brown nipples and bedraggled pirate beard; in the words of Bruno (the fictional character of course) "Your king Osama looks like a kind of dirty wizard or a homeless Santa." Hopefully some retard Boko Haram africa islamist destroys him for having sinned in college. And as always folks, remember that islam is not a race; it is a choice people make and thus subject to any and all criticism. Fuck yourself Choudary. Hail Satan.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Nazis, Commies, and Terrorists: How the Western World Became what it Once Fought



What do the Third Reich, Soviet Russia, and Osama's Taliban have in common?

They all affected our western, democratic culture.

In this work by yours truly, I try to describe exactly how our western culture has been inextricably infected with the same toxin of statism which accompanied each of these three foreign groups, and how the modern left wing, unconcerned with its anti-establishment former views, has corrupted itself and been drawn into the same toxic mainstream it once so bitterly fought.

Far from the days of rabid pseudo-anarchists or flower children, the modern left has become what it most hated- a group concerned not with bringing people together for a higher moral purpose, but with splitting them up as any statist movement seeks to do; this is not entirely the fault of the left itself, but its mantle of liberty and tolerance has been transmogrified into a hideous shield for the racism, sexism, and totalitarian leanings of its self proclaimed leaders, while that same, original mantle, is now held by groups those same "liberals" find abhorrent.

Buy your copy now; and remember, my writing (and possibly, in the future, music) is the only legitimate way to financially support my work; I refuse to enable adsense or anything similar, and will never take charity for any reason.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Yes, The Links are Down

It's easier to roast crustaceans than to get a file sharing service to remain usable

For those who have used this blog for its extensive archive- yes, I know that both links on every download are now not working anymore. Rapidshare, it seems, decided to become a paid service, and effectively said "fuck it" to people with legitimate out-of-copyright uploads.

I am not as easily dissuaded from my goals as some- I can remember that when megaupload got fucked up by the FBI years ago, a lot of blogs which had been dedicated to hosting underground black metal and esoteric music went belly-up and gave up at archiving music that the bands themselves had given permission to host. The same tends to be true of occult texts- a lot of them are so old they're under no copyright at all, and some appear never to have been copyrighted in any legal sense to begin with. The rest are all out of print and rare anyways, and the copyright standing of those works is in question.

As such, I'll be seeking out at least two new file sharing services to continue hosting the archive- I still have backups of the files and always will, so at least I don't have to go back and begin scanning and reformatting again. The occult archive will be restored (this will take some time.) I may attempt to standardize the entries and just delete all of those that are here currently, pacing myself and uploading perhaps one file per day, or I may pull an all-day task and try to get them all up at once.

For anyone following this blog with any regularity, who may know those interested in masonic, esoteric, and other similar works- please do spread word, the blog is not dead and never will be, although it has been in hibernation because I had nothing new to upload.

In time, this will change, and the archive will grow- while it's slower than I expected, I see bright things ahead.