Message from Convo in Vibrant Diversity #effortposting


2017-03-19 01:15:40 UTC  

@Convo looks like someone was watching

2017-03-19 08:35:33 UTC  

ie not chineese steel

2017-03-19 17:23:06 UTC  

a girl like MissAlice or KateeLife are fucking destroyed from birth
they literally cannot go anywhere without people offering them everything
there is no realistic way taht they can grow up as normal people
other than their fathers isolating them from the world
or there existing an aristocracy of affluent men that are at the same sexual market value as them that whisks them away(edited)
otherwise they just are totally destroyed
it's an extremely disgenic system

2017-03-19 17:23:21 UTC  

so we either need middle age tier patriarchy
or aristocracy
and I'd choose aristocracy, though patriarchy has more longevity
but tbh I'm gunna be in the aristocracy so I might be biased
I started thinking about this because Salty said "I hate hte idea of aristocracy because I am blue collar"
and I thought "well hey bud don't get ahead of yourself let's think about this for a second and not be biased"

2017-03-19 17:23:32 UTC  

aristocracy is de facto ruling class with power over regions
barons, counts, etc
we have gold calf tier aristocracy

2017-03-19 17:24:02 UTC  

in the form of celebrities, who really actualy have no power and can't enforce anything except through meme magic

2017-03-19 17:25:30 UTC  

also these celebrity aristocrats are way different from aristocrats of the past

2017-03-19 17:26:01 UTC  

since they're global aristocrats, they have no attatchment to their local area, whereas in the past aristocrats were bound to the land and interacted with a small county

2017-03-19 18:07:54 UTC  

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2017-03-19 18:07:58 UTC  

on a totally unrelated note

2017-03-19 18:08:16 UTC  

I was once told on /pol/ that natsoc is overly idealistic and not practical

2017-03-19 18:08:31 UTC  

but it's silly because the /pol/ alternative is ancap

2017-03-19 18:08:49 UTC  

I think that ancap is the most idealistic, and natsoc is hte most pragmatic

2017-03-19 18:09:14 UTC  

after all there has never been an ancap society, but the only natsoc society went from the poorest nation in the world to almost conquering every nation on earth simultaneously in eight years

2017-03-19 18:09:43 UTC  

protip: they would have easily done it if they hadn't been unlucky

2017-03-19 18:10:44 UTC  

1. Japan went full retard without consulting germany
2. The electromagnetic naval mine was about to be deployed in the english channel by the germans but an airplane transporting the prototype was shot down and england caught wind of how it worked

2017-03-19 23:11:43 UTC  

How do you know you'd be part of the elite in an aristocratic society when you're likely not part of the current one ? Do you just envision the value structures being different, and in what way ?

2017-03-20 01:19:29 UTC  

That's my vision. Aristocrats uphold Neo-Victorian values because they feel that it sets them above the commoner. The commoner, in turn, naturally follows the lead of the Aristocracy.

2017-03-20 01:50:50 UTC  

@Pathos - NY nah I meant I'll be an aristocrat because I am going to make a lot of money and I will need to wear nice clothes most of the time

2017-03-20 01:50:59 UTC  

that puts me in the aristocracy in my book, white collar instead of blue collar

2017-03-20 01:51:26 UTC  

@Nikephoros nah you've got it wrong
people follow aristocrats because if they don't they get killed

2017-03-20 01:51:33 UTC  

true aristocrats that is

2017-03-20 01:51:48 UTC  

at least that's historical precedent

2017-03-20 01:53:40 UTC  

I'd be interested to know what the historical analogue is

2017-03-20 01:53:45 UTC  

but I don't think it's simply along white / blue collar lines

2017-03-20 01:54:08 UTC  

I almost feel like anyone in STEM in modern times is already out of the running

2017-03-20 01:55:27 UTC  

like my vision of the modern equivalent are the connecticut families who send 2 douchebag kids to play lax at duke, get econ / business degrees, then work in investment banking

2017-03-20 01:55:55 UTC  

the type of money and status they have is ( like it or not ) on an entirely different level from somebody who works at google for 20 years