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An Old Post of Mine

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

I stumbled upon an older post.

It’s a good reflection. This is at the point where I rejected “mainstream politics” (for some reason I thought Chaim Ben Pesach was mainstream) and supported what I called “Third Positionism.”

But knowing what I know now, it’s not “Third Positionism,” it’s become full blown Marxism.

“In many political movements, there is a debate between extremists and gradualists. The same debate occurred with the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks within Marxist circles for example. The strategy being advocated here is an attempt to infiltrate the system. I personally disagree, the system should not be infiltrated, it should be crushed, and I personally do not believe in gradualism. It’s not enough to support conservatives over liberals. Conservatism is liberalism in the greater scheme of things, and the debate between the two sides is internal to American politics. Compared to the Taliban, the Nazis, the Communists, the Fascists, the Monarchists, The Feudalists, The Ba’athists, etc, the Republicans are basically liberals too. In my opinion, an entire third positionist constitution should be supported, and the entire system of government should be rejected. Race realism should be part of any intelligent government (but I do not label myself “white nationalist” because my understanding of race is more influenced by Coon and Dienekes than by Taylor and Duke). But to work within the system is to submit to the system. In my opinion, a solution has to come outside the system.

However I wish you luck with your approach, it’s just not my approach. Conservatives think the greatest virtue is to wave an American flag and everything would be fine if people from every race were doing that. I deny this, arguing that the very American flag that conservatives wave is responsible for the liberal imperialism that is destroying ethnic nationalism. I realize my views are controversial, but I do not believe in gradualism, so they are supposed to be!

-Metal Gear – 9/20/2008

The White Proletariat

Sunday, December 6th, 2009
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A photograph of me, John Paul Cupp, founder of the European-American Socialist People's Front

In the face of a conspiracy for genocide and the humiliation of the White proletariat, simply proclaiming your White identity in the US today, while not the revolution itself, is a revolutionary and defiant act, and a necessary condition for socialist construction. It is a will to live. My organization, the European-American Socialist People’s Front, calls for a patriotic front which closes ranks with our people and nurtures their resolve, while struggling among them for a correct line that brings forth the resistance option: White Power in form, national democratic and communist in content.

Within the context of our European-American nation, the redneck is not without a great many self-defeating flaws, namely vulgar anti-intellectualism, a lack of scientific class consciousness and geo-political international understanding and a fully distorted view of the nature of true patriotism, but the proletarian redneck remains the heartbeat of our people. The redneck is more than an impoverished but proudly self-reliant Southerner dawning mossy oak long after deer hunting is out of season or a Midwestern farm boy in a long sleeve flannel shirt and blue jeans whose reality is corn and football, but the best organic project the popular classes of our people have against assimilation, liberalism and a world that despises us as “backwards White trash” and wants to eventually kill us after it is done forceably ducking our heads in a mud puddle. In a broad sense these cosmopolitan times treat all of us like we are rednecks, “White Supremacists” or “White trash” whether we work in an office or a foundry, whether we hail from New Jersey or Oklahoma, South Carolina or Washington if our completely natural and healthy desire to preserve and enrich our ethnic character becomes too visible. Any White European-American who thinks and feels White, who wants to stay White and a build a future for White children, and wants to define and come to grips with our reality on our own Eurocentric terms receives the haughty mockery and disdain directed towards the redneck today. For that reason, the Confederate Battle Flag, a symbol hated and feared by anti-White cosmopolitans, belongs to all of us and is more than a symbol of regionalism today. Our motto: This multicultural politically correct Kosher world can kiss our collective White ass!

While I am not without a great deal of criticism of my current experiences in the rural South, one of the things that truly delights me is that to a certain degree, White people still are White. Jews, Hollyweird, liberal cosmopolitanism, and corporate globalism still stands out as alien foreign elements, despite the idiotic hours our people spend in front of their big screen Talmudic televisions wasting their lives away on football when they should be preparing for a guerrilla war. We define what it means to be attractive according to our own standards. A beautiful lady is a lady that reminds you of your mother and sisters or the neighbor lady or school teacher you had a crush on as a small child, not a bimbo celebrity dancing around to hip hop. Keep in mind, if Marilyn Monroe were born today she would be too fat and earthy for the mega sex symbol which has come to traumatize both White and non-White girls alike. Judaized Whites could never understand how gorgeous and divinely feminine Patsy Cline was or appreciate our tens of millions like her today, women who now think they‘re naturally ugly and starve themselves while being doused in Jewish whore paint to avoid being paralyzed as they walk out the front door. David Lane taught us to admire the aesthetic beauty of the White woman so much that we are willing to go hog wild as we kill and die for it. In such a spirit, a fight has to go on today for just what White masculinity and femininity means according to our own terms.

That said, being close to the enemy has its good points and far away its bad points. A genuinely White person in New York and California knows exactly what it means living under the tyranny of Jewish domination when Shylock shorts you on your paycheck. Experience teaches them that multiculturalism means having to get up in the morning and beat the holy hell out of immigrants and lumpen gang bangers who want to rape or rob you on your way to work as the government’s goons turn their eyes the other way. One doesn’t see the gigantic shrines of Jewdom and corporatism in healthy towns of the rural areas and traditional states. The enemy that wants to exterminate us and controls every aspect of our lives today seems more abstract. It seems easier to focus on local short term realities and hate the degenerate lumpens from below who rob our paycheck while ignoring the far bigger monster which constitutes the true power structure.

We need to quickly turn what is left of White reality into base areas, and dynamically redouble our commitment to on-the-ground organizing. That means starting off with a fishing trip, a couple of beers or coffee with family and friends or a simple chat in the break room at work. Yet it needs to be more than that, much more. We’re making up for decades of lost time today, and the enemy definitely controls the momentum. We need a revolution, and while the material conditions on the ground are in our favor, both time and the ideological and military preparedness of our people are greatly working against us.

We need to stay White by being White culturally and spiritually, but let us not abandon our scientific class analysis nor ever forget that we’re going to have to strap bombs around ourselves the way Palestinians do before it gets better rather than worse. After that we intensify the class struggle towards socialism, but not before. You can’t build White European-American socialism without White European-American people when they no longer exist. I guess you could say that we need redneck Maoism.

Liberal Democratic Capitalism is a failure

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Libertarianism is an unquestionable failure. The economy and country has been ripped to shambles by outsourcing, uncontrolled immigration, poor loan policy, greed and a government that enables it. Globalization has created a system where each country cannot be self-sufficient and political correctness has completely destroyed this country socially. If one country crashes, they all crash. The government “solution” of bailing out the same people who caused the recession is an unquestionable failure. Our system of economics is far behind computer networking, as good networks are designed to be fault tolerant but our economy is not. Only the people who screw things up get bailed out while other people never get a chance to even start their careers.

Americans should get more militant if the government doesn’t cooperate. We’ve had enough of being bounced between a facade of two similar parties like pinballs and we’re not going to waste our lives away decaying under this system. Both parties serve the same elite and both hate communitarian nationalism. We’re not as dumb as the government thinks we are. If there is no light at the end of the tunnel, you can count on anti-government action and feeling escalating.

An Open Invitation for Bill O’Reilly to convert to fascism

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

-You attack not just “terrorists” but Theocratic regimes in an existential sense and speak of “burning them to the ground” rather than “democratizing them” like a patriotard. In other words, your strategy would be more like Dresden and the Atom Bomb than it would be like Vietnam. You were wrong to oppose the secular Saddam Hussein, but when you become a fascist, you will support him (even though he is dead).
-You want to militarize the border and talk about the left wing using illegal immigrants to build its power base. You speak of a conspiracy to flood America with immigrants. A strong state would fix that.
-You make fun of religious minorities. But you should make fun of Christianity too. Then you’d be a real fascist, and completely and totally worship the ideal of a powerful state like I do.
-Your free market stance will dissipate when you realize that your nationalism is irreconcilable with your capitalism (on many different levels). It is irreconcilable with having a national self-interest and it is irreconcilable with doing what it takes to cut down unemployment for populism. You have to pick one or the other. Either you are for a corporatist authoritarian state, or you are for a free market.

Lynching of Cynthia McKinney urged by ‘journalist’ trained and paid by FBI

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

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Cynthia McKinney joins Bay View publisher Willie Ratcliff at a,
gathering Friday, Aug. 21, at the Black Dot in West Oakland
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Lynching of Cynthia McKinney urged by ‘journalist’ trained and paid by FBI

Hal Turner called her ‘a violent, black, racist, bitch’ whose lynching would teach other Blacks that ‘white people are tired of your bullshit, behave or die’

by David Swanson

Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney sent an email around on Sunday in which she wrote:

“It has just now come to my attention that a ‘journalist’ who suggested that I be lynched was actually being paid by our own government to say that. Now, when I reported it to the FBI, how in the world was I to know that he was at that time on the FBI’s payroll?”

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McKinney wrote in her email: “Interesting that charges stem from his comments against Connecticut lawmakers and Illinois judges, but not from the threat made against me, a sitting Member of Congress at the time!” And apparently the threat against McKinney was made when Turner admits to having been on the FBI payroll.

Link to sfbayview.com story here
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This is clearly a Civil Rights violation. The FBI should be investigated to determine exactly what part they had in this unethical, racist attack on Rep. Cynthia McKinney.

*special thanks to Chapaev for the heads up on this story

On Democratic Elections and Contemporary Society

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Elections are not major change agents. The point of an election is not to substantially alter the ruling order, but to pacify the masses. This is true from America to Iran to USSR under Gorbachev (it was military generals who really made the change). The election is an opiate, not a change agent. Real change is made when contingent forces that prop up society are altered.

I will write more about these forces later, but military force is the root and all establishment institutions are merely secondary. Elections are merely tools to pacify the masses to serve the establishment. They do not remake society but preserve it from real change.  A new candidate elected within a regime is like a new winner in a WWE match.  It is not credible to begin with and Vince McMahon is still in charge.  Real change is a change in institutions.

Don’t Hate the Player – Hate the Game

Monday, July 27th, 2009

The moral power of the exemplary person is the wind; that of the petty person is grass. When the wind blows over the grass, it will surely bend. – Confucious

Strike the Shepherd and the Sheep will Scatter – The 48 Laws of Power

Those who most successfully play the game of death – success in the free market, should not be blamed more heavily than the unlucky and weak. They may not be conscious allies, but they serve our inegalitarian interests. Analogously, Dennis Rodman cannot be blamed for the invention of basketball and gangster rapers cannot be blamed for the “harsh reality” of society or for profiting from the liberal capitalist system. Directly blaming the bankers and business men? Get real! The blame should be placed on George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama and the architects of society…the politicians, the military, the constitution. NOT the businessmen who happen to be a bit more “crafty” than their opponents. Do not blame Wal-Mart. Blame Washington DC. Let the behavior of Wal-Mart (shipping jobs overseas for low pay) expose Washington DC.

Don’t hate the player who plays the game. Hate the game. Until the military force that controls society is altered, we all play the game. Yes we would like to switch from one set of rules to another set of rules, but do not be jealous and hypocritical. Reject the two party system. All energy and focus should be in redirecting society collectively away from the ruling order, instead of trying to rehabilitate and tweak the regime without the necessary adjustments.

Don’t hate the player. Hate the game. It is not morally or strategically justified to blame the player.

Ideology Simplified

Friday, July 17th, 2009

As a writer, I am particularly known for giving sophisticated and detailed attention to ideological questions. Some people prefer the short route to the scenic route. My ideology can really be described by the Anton Lavey quotation below in a form that resonates better with those who prefer to keep it short.

”It’s too bad that stupidity isn’t painful. Ignorance is one thing, but our society thrives increasingly on stupidity. It depends on people going along with whatever they are told. The media promotes a cultivated stupidity as a posture that is not only acceptable but laudable.

Stupidity should hurt. Liberalism should hurt. Putting full trust into the “democratic process” should hurt. Opposing cultural degeneracy but not the society that enables it should hurt. Worshiping free enterprise to the exclusion of all else should hurt. Being religious to the point of denying science should hurt. Denial of national characteristics should hurt and seeing Jews and Communists behind every tree should REALLY hurt. Denying the existence of human biodiversity should REALLY hurt and gerrymandering it into false categories should hurt just as much. Belief in equality between religions, ethnic groups, nationalities, sexes and individuals in general should hurt. Belief that gun control “makes you safe” should hurt.

Stupidity should be painful.

Gorbachev on Second American Revolution / Perestroika

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?disc=35812;article=46639;title=Iranmehr

Years ago, as the Cold War was coming to an end, I said to my fellow leaders around the globe: the world is on the cusp of great events, and in the face of new challenges all of us will have to change, you as well as we. For the most part, the reaction was polite but sceptical silence.

In recent years, I have often told listeners that I feel Americans need their own change – a perestroika, not like the one in my country, but an American perestroika – and the reaction has been markedly different. Halls filled with thousands of people have responded with applause.

First Gorbachev articulates the need for change. I agree, there is a need for a change. Much to the consternation of the Marxist-Leninists on this website, I believe USSR needed change too (but went too far). In his contingent historical time, Stalin advanced industrialization, but the conditions that existed while Stalin did no longer exist. Marx, while a good thinker for his time, is even further outdated than Stalin.

Our perestroika signalled the need for change in the Soviet Union, but it was not meant to suggest a capitulation to the US model. Today, the need for a more far-reaching perestroika – one for America and the world – has become clearer than ever.

Gorbachev here makes it clear that while he intended to revise the Marxist line, he did not intend to embrace the Reganite line.

But then came the economic crisis of 2008 and 2009, and it became clear that the new Western model was an illusion that benefited chiefly the very rich. Statistics show that the poor and the middle class saw little or no benefit from the economic growth of the past decades.

The model that emerged during the late 20th century has turned out to be unsustainable. It was based on a drive for super-profits and hyper-consumption for a few, on unrestrained exploitation of resources and on social and environmental irresponsibility.

This is very true. The economic crash definitely strengthened my position that in times of struggle, populism and authoritarianism are necessary. On some level, I have always admired authoritarian regimes, but now I swear by them.

But if all the proposed solutions and action now come down to a mere rebranding of the old system, we are bound to see another, perhaps even greater upheaval down the road. The current model does not need adjusting; it needs replacing. I have no ready-made prescriptions. But I am convinced that a new model will emerge, one that will emphasise public needs and public good, such as a cleaner environment, well-functioning infrastructure and public transport, sound education and health systems and affordable housing.

Gorbachev must be reading Free Media Productions!

The time has come to strike the right balance between the government and the market, for integrating social and environmental factors and demilitarising the economy. Washington will have to play a special role in this new perestroika, not just because the United States wields great economic, political and military power, but because America was the main architect, and America’s elite the main beneficiary, of the current world economic model. That model is now cracking and will, sooner or later, be replaced. That will be a complex and painful process for everyone, including the United States.

I couldn’t agree more!

13 reasons to not support democracy

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

http://www.politicsforum.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=95651

1. Corruption – politicians receive large sums of money from businesses and other special interests (e.g. unions) in exchange for implementing specific policies. Politicians depend on such contributions for campaign funding.

2. Lack of accountability – because any given politician or party has such limited power for such limited periods of time it is difficult to evaluate their impact. Power often oscillates from one party to the next such that outcomes can easily be attributed to the party currently in power or, similarly easily, to the party previously in power. Power is divided between various branches and levels of government and among numerous politicians such that responsibility and accountability are dispersed and confused.

3. Incoherence – the division of power, both between different levels of government and within each level of government, can lead to an assemblage of policies that are inconsistent in terms of there objectives and implementation.
Example: Division of power requires compromise between those who support the complete ban of a substance and those who favor no restrictions. The compromise reached is to criminalize the production of the substance but not its use, thereby allowing unfettered demand to combine with exclusion of legal production to produce a huge market for organized crime.

4. Gridlock/delay – disagreement within government and so-called “checks and balances” delay the implementation of much needed policy changes. Consultation of “the people” takes time.

5. Fuzziness of the concept – the very meaning of democracy is unclear. Whether a given system of government is more democratic than another is frequently disputed among proponents of democracy.

6. Corporate (etc) media influence – much media is delivered by corporations with their own interests that could influence their reporting. Media depends on advertising for much of its funding and could be compelled to report in ways favorable to current and prospective advertisers. Such reporting heavily influences the voting public.

7. Lack of effective/powerful international/supranational government and impracticality of its formation within a democratic framework – practically precludes comprehensive, substantial, global cooperation and coordination to solve problems.
Example: Two states share a border. One of the states implements a strict ban while the other does not. Consequently, the state with the ban has much greater difficulty enforcing its ban.

8. Instability – governments and policies often change frequently resulting in wastage of resources from starting and undoing programs and lack of sustained long-term policies/projects. Incentives become less effective due to uncertainty.

9. Political myopia – campaigning focuses on short-term goals, accomplishments, and results. Politics becomes overly focused on shot-run outcomes.

10. Superficiality/triviality – voters are unwilling and/or unable to dedicate much time or effort to investigate or analyze political issues. Consequently, politics becomes focused on rhetoric, emotions, trivialities and is overly simplistic. Policies and candidates are selected within the context of the aforementioned state of political discourse.

11. Division/partisanship “democracy fosters division along party lines” people are expected to adopt particular ideological identities (opposition vs government etc) – unity is precluded (granted, Russia may be an exception).

12. Democracy allows good governments to be voted out of office.

13. “Human rights” often promoted as essential components to democracy. Many of these “human rights” interfere with the implementation of good policy.

Readers, I direct you to an interesting discussion taking place on “politics forum” which is a high end political discussion forum.  Feel free to add your opinion if you would like to.


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