Messages from @bobbymichael (Discord ID: 284883902718541825)
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ah damn. I'm just peeking in for the first time. And yea, I'm American. Where do you live? Russia I assume?
Yea, I live at ground zero, California. Or I did until a year ago
Brittany Pettibone huh! If she's popping by here then she must be as red-pilled as I'd hoped. Its important to have beautiful women like her as figureheads.
Hopefully Lauren Southern keeps sliding towards us
Yea, California is trash. i moved to a nearby state. The amount of people I have run into that have "just moved from California" (they're running) is insane. They always follow it up with, "O, but Im not one of the Liberal Californians."
Until we regroup in a half century or so XD
As Vox Day says, historical trends are clear. I expect the U.S. to break up into different states. I think partition is inevitable.
But people are waking up quick to a lot of this stuff. I mean hell, did you see Gavins new clip. LOL
he is, but as they say, he is a straight shorter
I've always liked him degeneracy and all. He was one of the few people to give Richard Spencer a fair interview. Even after Richard said there wasn't a future for non-whites in America, he didn't openly start maligning him and continually pushes against infighting among the Right, even against people like richard.
but he has plenty of redeeming features, particularly how he tries to keep the peace, and doesn't punch right. (usually)
On that note, I was happy to see Lauren Southern leaving Rebel Media and going independent. I hear she said that Ethno-Nationalism makes sense for Europe on Rubin Report. I need to verify that.
This is why we dont purity spiral with the New Right. Be friendly and engage them and they'll start to come around.
however, their ideas cant hold a torch to ours in debate, so, when possible, merely engage them civilly, and they will end up looking stupid. Vox Day's interview with Jack Murphy I felt was a good example of this. Of course if they resort to rhetoric...
Ah, I'd give him a bit of the benefit of the doubt. I don't know how much of him you watch, but I watch nearly all of his videos and he knows whats up. It is very evident however that he seeks to convince people over to his side by recognizing all available means of persuasion. Therefore, he doesn't focus a lot on the ethnic-nationalist stuff explicitly, however, its all there. He recognizes that diversity destroys social cohesion, he recognizes race realism, he has STRONGLY hinted that the Jews run everything, he agrees that interracial relationships are not preferable. He is sutle about it, but all the right messages are there. He just doesn't state it explicitly. At least not often.
I don't blame you, that's a lot of viewing time.
Definitely. It feels good to finally plant your feet firm on a side.
To a degree I disagree, but to a degree I don't. In a perfect world, a free market place of ideas would ensure that the best ideas get to the top, ie. our ideas. However, the existence of the media has precluded this, because whoever controls it holds control over how people think and what is hegemonic. I would like to get them out of the way and restore a real "free market", but even then I recognize that many would still disagree with me, at which point I simply demand separation. But I could also just take control of media and as they have to me, use it to make them think like how I want. In that way, I suppose Im not so much a fan of the free market of ideas. I know the vast majority of people are simply programming, and so I just want the means to program them correctly.
As I said, the sad fact of the matter, is that people by and large think what they are taught to think.
So, it then simply becomes a war over controlling what is implanted into peoples heads.
Strong tribal identity is important to be imbued. As well as an concomitant sense of honor and loyalty to that trive
you really should watch the end of that molyneux video by the way if you havent
He has exhibited extreme intellectual integrity. If the evidence says it is the case, he begrudgingly comes to accept it.
This is rare in someone who also possesses such a strong sense of humanitarianism and morality such as Stefan. I respect him for this immensely. He's a softy, but he has the will to accept hard and often illiberal truths.
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