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I'm a Mississippian in need of a ride. Anybody relatively close?
@ElderGrim What town? I might can meet and ride from there
@Radical Agenda Make it a surprise, goy
@Hand Banana Fuck marching let's get drunk and eat chicken fingers
@Evan Thomas I'm coming from MS and we might have a seat. DM me
We could blood dope him like Lance Armstrong and put all the surplus in a Super Soaker
This is off topic but we need to make sure we don't have people waving swastikas at our future events. That was terrible for PR
Think about how Tucker Carlson would've been received 5 years ago
Y'all ever get on Facebook and just give IE a search? It's great. Their reaction to Project Siege would be appropriate for an actual siege
By they I mean shitlibs of course
Some Mississippi delta for y'all. Something worth our perseverance
I have a friend who does it and loves it. Only took 6 months of training too
It's a lot of traveling though
Knowing how to work on them is very profitable though
There was some blatant lying in there
The President’s building at Mississippi State. More spread around heavy foot traffic areas on campus
If you want to boost your t levels long term just do large muscle group exercises. Like deadlifts, pull-ups, dips, etc
Was just perusing this feed and noticed that a bunch of people in here don’t know much about heavy weight lifting—which is, of course, okay. But I’ll throw a few tips to help you get big fast. First off, don’t go to the gym and just do whatever workouts you’re feeling. Hit one or two muscle groups with 3 or 4 different workouts—2 if you’re short on time
... For each of those workouts, you should do 3 or 4 sets. If you’re a beginner, don’t over exert yourself—this will sacrifice your technique and end up injuring you or making your body disproportionate. Always isolate the muscles you’re working (watch videos on this, it’s a lot to explain—but for instance, don’t arch your back when doing shoulder press; hold your elbows in place by your sides when you’re doing curls)
Figure out the max weight you can do 10 reps of without sacrificing your form. Try to do 4 sets of 6-10. When you’ve perfected your form and gained some strength, start doing what they call the reverse pyramid method: more weight and fewer reps for the first set, adding reps and removing weight with each set (for instance bench press: set 1-185lbs—4 reps; set 2-165lbs—6 reps; set 3-145lbs—8 reps)
When I started doing that I was going up in weight literally every time I went to the gym for about 2 straight months
And it’s good to eat protein, but it’s most crucial to eat protein as soon as you get home from working out. Your muscles get the most benefit from protein within 30 minutes after you finish your workout
I could add more but my fingers are tired. These are just some basic concepts to use as a bedrock for your daily routine
Might be good to just not do that for a week and see how it feels at that point
Anybody know anything about the future of ethereum? Trying to figure out if I should sell or hold tight
This book is full of observant, provocative, and punchy essays. I agree with nearly everything he says. I think he puts the burden of guilt on Christians too much in his essay Why Christianity Can’t Save Us but it’s still a thought provoking one. His essay, A White Nationalist Memo to White Male Republicans is brilliant and a great piece of literature to make your more rational normie-con buddies read. I’ll post it in <#393247992939020288>
That’s an essay from Gregory Hood’s Waking up From the American Dream. This particular essay, as I was saying in <#393251613839589405> is a good one to turn normie-cons. It’s also a good one to draw arguments from in order to defend your positions
You should push yourself to read the forward and intro. All those references in the forward are great for research and the intro is basically the thesis of any book—really helps you in grasping the whole thing
@everyone Since Ethereum has crested $1000, are y’all planning to hold on to it? I’ve been sitting on mine for a long time and was planning to sell at $1000 but I kind of want to let it ride
Most of the passages that nationalists gripe with (like “there is no Jew or Greek”) are taken way out of context
The thing is poz has slipped into many factions of the church and are teaching those scriptures incorrectly in order to push their inclusive agendas
Wow dude you missed out on the good stuff. Men in suits or khakis/dress pants and women in dresses. That was my childhood
Most mainline Protestant churches literally have officials on the Soros payroll.
As far as church history though, I’m not an authority. If you want to go back to the time of Jesus though, Josephus wrote a good book on that era. Just look up Josephus
I read a book on body language called What Every Body Is Saying. Can’t remember the author’s name, but it’s a good read. It’s helped me do everything from detecting lies, to winning at poker, to picking up women
@HernanCortes That’d be a fat ass series my dude
@Tyler0317 Stair machine, dude. Or walk on the treadmill at 4-4.2 mph at an incline of 5-10 for 10-15 minute increments. It’s intense
@StrawberryArmada I’m a student of history but unfortunately have not had the luxury of going to a school with a good classics program. For simple biographies on Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar, what books would you recommend? I’ve been scared to buy one and it end up being revised by modern (((academia)))
@StrawberryArmada Thanks for the info. I’ve become more of a modern Europeanist. Currently starting a 30-50 page essay on Pan-European nationalism
@StrawberryArmada I know I’ve been Mosley-posting lately, but his autobiography, My Life, has a lot of great reflection on the greater Fascist movement
That’s one. He also wrote The Greater Britain which gives a pretty good outline.
@Nemets Be careful when reading Alan Taylor, he’s a narrative manipulating subverter
@Deleted User Depends on what you’d like to know. I like starting from a figure’s point of view, so I’d read his books The Greater Britain and My Life (autobiography). A really well detailed biography of him is called Blackshirt, but Stephen Dorril, the author pulls the whole “muh racist bigot” pretty often. If you’re used to digging through bs it’s a good read though
Just throwing this out there, I’m a grad student of “modern” European history, so if any of y’all are ever curious about anything (especially regarding the prototypes to our movement and inspiring ideological, political and philosophical figures) just give me a shout. If I know the topic you’re curious about I’ll eventually get back to you. I love discussing the stuff so it’s no obligation to me
@Deleted User He was an amazing orator. Probably the best of his era in Britain. When he was in parliament in his twenties, everybody (including his fellow politicians thought he’d eventually be Prime Minister.
That’s until he gave himself fully to his convictions of course and ZOG turned against him
@Nemets I’ve only read his book ~American Revolutions~ back in my senior year of undergrad. I dont remember specifics at this point but I remember putting down the book and just thinking “fuck this guy” multiple times. Take it from a guy who’s read a way more “scholarly” history than he’d prefer, any academic historian who’s widely respected by his colleagues is a narrative-pushing culture distorter
@Nemets If they don’t get shit talked by the academic establishment on a regular basis, they’re probably not worth reading. Unless you just want to get that deep in the mind of your ideological enemy
@Nemets One thing Ive learned through reading all these sorts of books is that there’s good information you can glean from all of them as long as you understand what’s really going on. I just don’t think they have as much net value as a lot of other books. The best thing about them is the bibliographies. You can usually find great primary sources in those
@Gaius Mucius Scaevola I wish I had a good answer for you
@CarletonJ Glad to be here. If anybody ever has any questions about anything relevant to this channel, feel free to ask. My specialty is history, obviously. So, if you have any questions about modern European history or the development of the worldview of our movement, holler at me. Or if you just want to talk about it, I’m down for that too.
This is the conclusion of a book called Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke. Since it’s a “scholarly” work published by New York University Press, I was puzzled to see that he was treating many of the figures he addresses like Julius Ebola and Francis Parker Yockey with a good dose of objectivity. Usually any historian with a PhD will smear the subjects of their books with pejoratives and phrases like “but he was apparently crazy because he was a racist”. I got to the conclusion and now I’m thinking this guy might actually be on the level—woke, as they say.
He’s at least Molyneux-level woke. Anyway, the pages I posted are worth reading, and, for those of you that are into some of the weirder esoteric origins and trends in the greater White Identity movement, this is a good read. One of the only “scholarly” works that is moderately fair.
I’ve never read the entire thing, the parts I’ve read were really insightful
If anybody is interested, I’ve been reading a lot of German/Austrian intellectual history from 1750-1970 the past few months.
If that interests anybody, just ask me for suggestions
Been reading lots of history of the Space Age recently.
Hit me up for book suggestions, if the subject interests you
@NateDahl76 Could you elaborate on what you mean a little bit?
Right. Was just making sure we were on the same page
It’s not an identitarian book, but I recommend everybody read The Crowd by Gustave LeBon.
It’s really dense, but it’s a great primer on group psychology and how to manipulate (or win over) mass groups
American Identity is Puritan universalism
Oh shit an enclave for trad white kids!
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