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I'm trying to figure if that's an ironic shirt or not
Oh, this isn't the actual Trump shop
would be great for a singalong
anyone know how to play harmonica
they sing it here too
Don't watch past the song...it's triggering to say the least.
YOU ALL HAVE TO GO BACK
I think it would be a great idea if some musicians produced quality identitarian music.
its ok, its their turn. we owe it to them after all the horrible stuff we done
and just imagine all the good falafel we will get YUM
The Swedes and other Scandos will prove to be a powerful, pragmatic force in reclaiming the White patrimony. Once they make up their minds, it's the Thirty Years War all over again.
oh yeah... muh food choices. my 🅱
@John Riggs there's quite a few musicians in IE, myself included. Depends on what genre you mean though?
Not sure we want another thirty years war fam
@OMGDwayne If there are any Swedes left for a 30 year war...
@Kingfish I see no other course if they don't remigrate all the invaders in the next few years.
Japan is known for having the most michelin star restaurants in the world and amazing cuisine, but they are an ethno state. I wondered how that worked. Seems like diverty is not our strength when it comes to stuffing our face
No we don't want another fractracidal war. But you have to admire the Swedes, um, effectiveness in that conflict. Polish, German and Czech mothers still invoke the horror of the Swedes when their children misbehave.
Would need good singers though.
There is not going to be a conventual warfare between Europeans and Muslims
bad voices together still sound good
Listen to spiccato movement by T I D E #np on #SoundCloud
@John Riggs das ist mein soundcloud
We have some bands already making recruitment videos...sorta like NBC and their "hit piece": <:teehee:381917632359563264> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hES9IBTPbcw
dammit...that thumbnail <:really:453005408064241674>
its supposed to be mocking the alt right, I think
it is, but its really ineffective
and hilariously so
my favorite part is "we love God, we love our women, we love tradition, we love kin"
thats what i mean...who is against that???
I cant argue with that
the comments for that video are all saying, "thanks for the recruitment tool"
making fun of people for being normal is the new norm 🤡
Top comment: "When you thought you were making a song to bash the Alt Right but end up making a recruitment video, That's Amore..."
when the song stays in your mind, That's Amore~
the like/dislike ratio on that vid 😭😭😭
>stray from the path
I'm not sure if I should thumb up or thumb down the Bad Religion video. 🤔
Ah yeah I remember that one
Ahhhh...we love aunt Lana
I cant find the orginal song video, but gavin mcinnes talks about it herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vAlys5SRjs
@Finn McCool lol, Styx is the top comment: "So, if I'm understanding this correctly, this is not self satire and is actually meant to have a social message? That makes it funnier than self satire."
These people are so clueless.
@Nutter Butter I hear perfectly normal people making fun of normal people. Why is it not obvious to them that that is utter madness. These people feel guilty about living a prosperous, moral life. They try to pay their debt by voting for Blacks, Mexicans and (((others))).
Let's just hope they don't procreate...
That one kinda stung because I used to like a lot of bands on sumerian back in the day
still kinda do
I don't hate the music, but the message is cringe and those little punks wouldn't do a thing to most right wingers unless they are in a pack of 10:1.
sumerian had some prime bands m8
And that was such a cartoon version of the "far right" 🤡 🌎
Rebel son is pretty degenerate imo
I agree but not all songs
they have a few that are great but most are degenerate
Yeah he’s got a few good ones
@Nutter Butter A New Yorker Dixie posting, ahhhh. God Bless America
I mean one of his album covers depicts him railing some girl from behind while drinking beer
@Finn McCool I still like a lot of bands that I now realize are nothing but Trojan Horses for the Leftist pathology. And my music history goes back to the early 60s when I discovered the Byrds. But anyway, I hate, and have always hated, about 95% of the music I've ever heard. My iTunes list has about 250 songs on it, and really I only like about half of those. I now understand why our ancestors used to despise and mistrust ALL entertainers. That is a pretty good policy. But since about the 1920s, entertainers have become our new priesthood. Ugh.
Big iron is the only song you need
Yeah, I always thought Bards were a joke back then...but musicians are like Gods now. Basically any entertainer is. <:sad:366743316475281408>
I like soundtracks from games or movies b/c there is no lyrics
@Finn McCool By the way, that is an awesome nick you've got there.
I wish this song had an english version:
so no message
Yeah, if you're the type of person that listens to the words in songs, you'll hate most music today.
I think it’s important to separate our politics from some things. We can be political and it’s important to be passionately political, but separating yourself off from all aspects of social culture referred to as “normie” stuff is unhealthy imo
I hate everything besides rap 💩
rap is the thinking mans music
Imagine thinking you can manipulate culture without being fluent in it first.
Not saying you should engage in decadence or cultural subversion, if you’re the guy rambling about degeneracy and subversion 24/7 in front of every day people because they like something it might not be too productive
Browse /mu/. There's so much good music being made right now that you wouldn't ever hear of if you're only paying attention to what rises to the mainstream
Don't EVEN say that.
Oh he SAID that
@OMGDwayne thank you, Fionn mac Cumhaill seemed like a bit much 😂
he dun sed it
get the guy!
@Finn McCool Ha ha. I recognized it immediately, and I'm not even Irish. I'm from the oppressor class in Southeastern England.
I don't know nothing about no >/mu/.
my ancestors oppressed anglos and celts
all my ancestors oppressed all my ancestors
yeah I can say with relative certainty that my ancestors came to blows on an international scale
My ancestors were thrown out of windows
Dublin was founded by Norwegians
^true if big
york isn't actually an English town name 👀
the Scottish highlands were a part of the kingdom of Norway until the 1300's
I saw an interview on Red Ice the other day, some female politician from Northern Ireland.... She was still harboring that grudge.
Damn Ppl, we gotta let that go.
Was she a separatist or loyalist?
We’ve got uh. Bigger fish to fry at the moment for sure.
@NateDahl76 The Scandos were pretty hard guys to reason with. No pity. No mercy. "Let's float down the Russian rivers and destroy the Khazar Kingdom." It amazes me that our ancestors used to think nothing at all of signing onto an army or a fleet of ships and heading out to an extremely dangerous world that would almost certainly kill them. They would be gone for years and years. There are stories of soldiers in Europe who fought for 20 years in Spanish, German, English, Scottish, etc. armies and when they mustered out with their massive back pay, they had no idea how to find their way home. Think about these guys taking off into the wild blue yonder with a crowd of hardened killers to "seek their fortune." It boggles the mind. I am attempting to read the English translations of Simplicius Simplicissimus: a first-hand account of the Thirty Years War. These were tough, tough people. And yet they had a fine appreciation of spiritual and artistic achievement of the highest order. We're living in the ruins of their world in spite of technological and material progress.
That was flippant. I apologize. I am actually very interested in how your ancestors came to the good old USA.
I've never played football
Of course you know it was the Czechs who threw the Hapsburg legates out of the window onto a strategically-placed pile of horse shit.
They came to USA to farm, not sure why they left
@Kingfish I largely agree, but it depends what the alternative is. If you're going to replace political culture with media that glorifies drugs, crime, hook up culture, etc, like many young people do now, it's not worth it. But we should absolutely have hobbies.
Also, the problem with the term "normie" is it implies we're not normal, and connects us to /r9k/ culture. It would be nice to have a term to differentiate people who are into this stuff vs people who aren't into this stuff, but that probably isn't the best one.
@John Riggs A lot of people left the Hapsburg Empire back then. They were not totally thrilled with fighting the Hapburgs' wars, plus the dramatic population increase made acquiring a farm very difficult. My own family left England for that very reason. There were also from French Protestants in that mix. They were farmers in Virginia until the Revolution, and many of the younger members who had actually been soldiers were awarded land in Northeast Georgia. Huge numbers of their descendants are still right there. They had HUGE families. My own grandfather, who was born in 1875, was on of 13. Their family photos look like a high school graduation picture. Except that the ancient parents are front and center.
@Jacob yeah I'm not saying go to raves and do drugs, I'm saying the people who sperg out when football is on and such
oh I know
I don't want it to seem like I'm accusing you of that
No I didn't take it that way at all
@Jacob Maybe something like "the innocently deluded" might suffice. That kind of describes my wife. She agrees with me on every single individual issue, but she still votes Democrat. A lot of my friends complain about the same division in their marriages. Keep in mind that I am 63 years old. I have very little idea how younger couples are trending. I do have some very young cousins and both male and female are crazy Right Wingers. I love to hear it from these young people.
I'm just saying... we need to be careful. It can be tempting to want to "fit in" and do whatever it takes to get there.
I had a phase it middle school where I was obsessed with being "cool" and it was pretty cringe
Yeah there’s a balance between standing out and blending in
Just gotta find it
@OMGDwayne Interesting. I've talked to some people about our ideas who don't dispute any of the premises, but still won't agree with me.
@John Riggs It's a stereotype admittedly, but the fact is that many Polish and Czech kids were very large and strong. You see a LOT of those names in football rosters as nose guards, center linebackers, pulling guards, etc. The Atlanta Braves have a big kid of Czech ancestry whose last name is Duda. He is huge. They use him mainly as a pinch hitter and utility man on defense. He is a VERY powerful hitter.
@Nemets ya a group of all white guys that big is pretty "weird" in this society
Most second generation Polish kids are a bit spergy from my experience
@Jacob A lot of people are simply afraid. They don't want to admit that we are in serious trouble and that the nonWhite alien presence is the primary reason or maybe symptom. Symptom because we have allowed and welcomed that very problem. It's like dreading the giant black cloud on the horizon with multiple funnel clouds twisting out of it. It won't blow over and everything won't be alright. But many, many people just simply will not see what is totally obvious. OO. I just thought of a great song.
A lot of it is probably just social pressure, honestly
I'm not sure how many of these people really think it through
There is some truth to the NPC meme
Here is a song by the great Mose Allison that could be an anthem for us. Relaxed and with eyes wide open. I saw this guy live in 1972, which was just about when this song was current on the radio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJJAd5wDpDY
You know I don't worry bout a thing because nothin's going to be all right.
Playing Sinatra earlier made me think of this article about a movie Frank was in in 1945. Shows the beginnings of our current problem with diversity messages in mass media. This stuff was even happening back then https://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/jamesedwards/house-sinatra-lived/
@VinceChaos Excellent point. In the war movies back then every unit was composed of all the ethnics that had immigrated in the previous century. "We're all Americans here." Which we weren't even then.
I just remembered something. The lady interviewer Patrick was talking about, I talked to her. at the end of our chat, I mentioned that "Its so good we have people in the media who are on our side, like you"
and today, that came true
And then in the 50s there was a spate of movies about noble, morally-superior Blacks. I remember as a kid seeing these things on TV in the 60s and knowing as a matter of fact that they had got it all wrong.
Wrong on purpose of course.
@Nemets Hollywood has been the greatest carrier of the Leftist pathology. No doubt. As soon as the New Left began going mainstream, Hollywood decided it was totally safe to demonize Whites. Hollywood is the rectum of the world.
Now here's an interesting song. When I was a kid, my parents owned this album. It came out in 1958. As a kid I liked it. Now I see that the song is absolutely disgusting. It glorifies the "beautiful loser" and the "Rebel without a Cause." But the performance is totally old school. I have very powerful mixed feelings about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6MG2abVe6g
Yes! IE song!
We need more songs to sing, for real
Really do have to go now, dinner is getting cold haha. Have fun guys
I decided to contact the media about my stickers, and these were the responses I got
lmao this reporter trying to dox me
I should give the wrong intersection to waste their time
wow, chad is not so chad
@NateDahl76 Dammit Nate, I was just about to post that exact same thing.
Now I truly love the great Norman Blake. Georgia's own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Krey-_0-TA
@Nemets Materialist decadence. Revisionist Backsliding. Hedonist self-indulgence. Very pretty though. It makes me yearn for my very own misspent youth.
Here's an innovative White man with a creative idea about activism. "Hey, what happened bro?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NX9wHZSRTl0
We respec wamen
@Nemets Just kidding. I loved that video. It just goes to show you. We are all to some degree torn between the current madness and what used to be and what could be again. You have to admit though that the video about the Stun Gun Bike Seat is extremely inspiring.
I've heard about this NPC controversy, but what does NPC stand for? From what I know about it, NPC has my complete support. But NOBODY will spill what NPC stands for.
god. get with the zoomer-lingo
I'll be nice since I will someday ask for you on graphic design advice
it refers to AI's in video games that are incredibly simplistic and predictable @OMGDwayne
ironically, the NPC meme came from a study that people thought meant 70% of the population didn't have an internal monologue
Non-Player Character. Like in gaming? A hapless civilian just drifting by while the Battle Tanks dig in to destroy the lovely city?
sounds about right
or like the one npc who only has 3 lines ever
patrick casey is an alleged NPC
reliable sources are reporting
I have heard him repeat certain tropes before in firesides... 🤔
@Salo Saloson Yes, I've been in graphic design for 35 years. I worked for newspapers for most of that time. They sent me out into the howling wilderness in 2014. Imagine my relief. So I'm retired and doing freelance. Living way, way out in the country.
I usually have one going on, ruminating away
I only touch art because I figure us filthy right wingers need it
my head never shuts up
and because the avant garde is how I got into art
@Nemets I have a very, very strong internal monologue. It's one of my favorite things. It is supplemented by my almost obsessive reading. I've recently discovered Counter Currents. That is a beautiful place.
don't need a coordinator if there's nothing to coordinate yet
@Nemets honestly it's like another person in your head is talking to you, but it's you, holding a conversation, with yourself. uhm
@Salo Saloson In 1987 I took Amtrak to Philadelphia to participate in the 100th birthday celebration of that arch conman Marcel Duchamp. I enjoyed myself immensely. I had an elderly uncle living there, and I took him along one day to see the Duchamp exhibit. He looked at it thoughtfully, and asked (like you would ask a question of a moron), "Do you have any friends who share your interest in this bullshit?" I agreed with him then, and I agree with him now. But it was a LOT of fun.
@Nemets well, it's not like I'm saying, "hey how are you?" I'm just talking about things... and there's usually another part of my brain controlling the music in the background
@Nemets Everybody has an internal monologue. Some people don't see it that way, but all it is is a debate with yourself about what is right and what is wrong. No one can escape that resposibility.
do you hear a voice when you read?
And I must admit that a lot of my internal monologue is about how I would do things different. I have many, many regrets. My brother has told me he feels the same way. Sometimes we sit around talking about all the shitty things we did. It's funny, but we seriously regret many things.
Assuming @Nemets is anything other than a hyper advanced AI capable of fooling even the most thorough of Turing tests.
if so we should be fearful
@Deleted User When I read I hear the voices of the characters and/or the narrator. It's a little jarring when the movie version comes out and it's different.
if I feel somethings off, It doesn't need to manifest in words really.
its like an overlay to general feeling?
I imagine it must be hard to grasp
@Deleted User Something in our lives is always "off" I think. Of course the present situation in the West is so "off" that only a complete idiot is unaffected.
7 hour >nap
@OMGDwayne I think ones ability to recognise the offness is directly correlated with their happiness
>tfw voice chat is comfy but you have nothing to add
or maybe I have it wrong... It's kind of like the thing where the more intelligent people are the more likely to be depressed?
Come on fellas. Surely when you wander through life you have thoughts crowding in that must be categorized, judged, and either acted on or not. And there are those thoughts that are simply entertainment. I sometimes try to imagine what my illustrious ancestor, Archibald Burden, must have experienced when he came down the Great Wagon Road from Virginia to Georgia in 1787. With his wife and six children. And then in Georgia they had three more children in the howling wilderness. Were they happy? Were they proud of themselves. It's hard to glean from the old letters and occasional newspaper articles. They were super determined though, and they had plenty of work to keep them busy.
funny how people were just listening
Oh yeah my mind runs 100miles an hour. I am incapable of meditation. Modes are "frantic autism" and "sleep"
I learn alot with open ears😉
Lord, make me an instrument of your will. Where there is injustice against my people may I bring right. Where there is error may I bring truth. Where my people despair may I bring hope. Grant that I may comfort my people rather than to be comforted - to serve them rather than to be served. For it is by putting the needs of my people before my own that I may best serve to secure the existence of my race and a future for White children. Good night, and peace be with you.
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN I'm definitely an Aspergers case. It hasn't hurt me too much, but there have been the occasional disasters. My wife taunts me about this.
Good stuff. I'm really interested in getting this women's stuff rolling solidly, would be great for IE
I am very excited for Denver, hoping to meet friends I will have for years or life.
wish I could be there with you guys, make us all proud
Yeah I wish I could. positive i'll be able to go to the conference though
@NateDahl76 Yeah I would totally support Femininity Evropa Twitter account. And it is kind of a meme but Lauren Rose has expressed normal person ethnonational sentiment.
again, why isn't she in IE
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN I don't nothin' bout no big brains. I see some space fellers with some pretty big heads though. They like southern BBQ, but they suck it in through some kind of snout that comes outta their ugly faces. Good guys though.
Aliens are future soy boys: change my mind