They are not my people.

The Australian version of The Spectator has published a piece titled, The Identity Politics of the Lunar Right. Apparently those of us on the Nationalist Right who espouse views that would have been completely mundane and broadly accepted even 30 years ago are now so far on the extreme fringes of society that we inhabit the moon, in a figurative sense I presume.

The Spectator has now officially gone full monty cuck, and you should never go that far if you want to retain any credibility at all in the political spectrum of which you claim to reside. The reason for this is not just down to the fact that they have embraced the twin leftist ideological lies of multiculturalism and diversity. Behind all of this moral postulating is what I call the creeping horror of the Boomer generation. The Spectator is now almost solely written for Boomers, and not just any Boomers; conservative Boomers, or as I like to call them, Boomcucks.

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Helping friends with the red pill.

I received this email from a friend:

“Serious question: I have good friends who are now entering the red pill process I entered a couple of years ago.  How do you handle it, knowing they are about to enter a world of pain?”

My answer to him was brief and to the point but I will expand on it here. Firstly, you should be happy that they have made the decision to undertake such an important journey. The hardest part of the red pill process is deciding to begin. It can be frustrating if you are invested in your friends’ lives to the extent that their immersion in the world of the normies affects your friendships. You can’t convince them of the folly of their ways and they get pissed off at you for trying.

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Native Pilots.

Tim Newman thinks that Boeing is in trouble with its forced grounding of the 737 Max aircraft after two fatal crashes. Tim thinks that the fault lies with modern management.

However, a friend of mine emailed me with the following throwaway line:

“Seriously, what do the Boeing 737 Ethiopian and Indonesian disasters have in common?

Native pilots.”

I find it hard to disagree.

Low trust societies.

A nice quote from Armstrong Economics:

I have stated many times that while working around the world with major corporations, I have yet to meet anyone who is actually doing something in which they had a degree. Most CFOs seem to have engineering degrees. You cannot get a degree to be a hedge fund manager, President of the United States, a member of Congress, a state governor, mayor, race car driver, or CEO of a major company. There is not even a degree requirement to be a member of Congress. The real conspiracy is telling people they have no future life without a degree. This is the real scam: making money by burying the young in a lifetime of debt after paying for degrees that do not produce jobs.

The college admissions scandal does not surprise any of us who have been criticizing the entire university system for some time. What is surprising is that the Feds did something about it. The elites are supposed to be untouchable; that’s what makes them elites. It’s the reason that notorious kiddie-fiddler Michael Jackson was safe to pursue his life of evil in his make believe castle.
The Americans routinely disparage the British class system, but at least the British are open and honest. Americans claim to have no class system; the “land of the free” where everyone can have an equal opportunity. But their hypocrisy is now self-evident. A white guy trying to get into an elite college today has to stand in line not only behind women, minorities, and sexual degenerates; he also has to wait until the elite have had their picks of the remaining choice places.
America succeeded in part because it was a high trust society. The West is made up of all high trust societies, with varying degrees of success. Japan, South Korea, and Singapore are Asian examples of high trust societies. For the most part in Asia these societies are thin on the ground. In Africa and the Middle East they are non-existent, Israel being the sole exception.
Without trust, contracts cannot be honoured and investment is extremely risky. What happens is that the wealth ends up in the hand of a few at the top while they toss scraps down to their cronies. When they get thrown out then the next batch repeat the pattern. This college entrance scandal merely demonstrates that America is on its way to becoming a low trust society. The resultant economic consequences will follow. Demographics is destiny.
Nowadays a college is not for an education. It is a ticket into the circle of elite, but only if you go to the right college. Which means that just about everyone else are wasting their money. This is as it was intended.

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The war on protein.

When viewed in context, the last 40 odd years of government intervention in the health and in particular the dietary habits of the general population carries an ominous whiff of treachery. If you take the time to go back and examine this history, just about everything governments pushed was not only wrong but downright dangerous. The explosion in diseases such as diabetes, which was virtually unknown a mere 30 years ago, is a direct result of such meddling in the iceboxes of the nation.

Probably the most destructive recommendation was the push for people to consume carbohydrates instead of protein. Linked to this was the demonization of natural fat. So butter and lard were bad for you, but a chemical product such as margarine was somehow good. Under this regime heart disease didn’t just increase; it literally took off and soared to the heavens. The continual consumption of chemical foods, a daily assault on our bodies’ ability to break down what is ingested, has also seen a dramatic rise on all types of cancers, but particularly those linked to the bowel and digestive tracts.

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