Deprogramming Note: A Word About CH Patron Shiv Michel Houellebecq

S.S. wrote a review of Michel Houellebecq’s latest novel, Submission. Le Chateau was kindly linked in the review. I’d like to issue a small correction. Michel Houellebecq wasn’t so much a “major influence” on this ‘umble reatalk retreat as he was a kindred spirit. The Houellebecqian and Heartistian worldviews happened to align and that is why he was granted shivhood by this blog, but in point of fact CH wasn’t aware of Houellebecq’s oeuvre until late in the game, long after similar themes (and coy conclusions) were explored here.

CH themes and observations were culled primarily from the field; if those T&Os resemble Houellebecq’s sharp scrawls, then that is evidence Houellebecq knows of what he writes.

A quibbling quibble. Houellebecq, along with Tom Wolfe, are the greatest novelists of our age and, not coincidentally, they are also alt-right, neodark, reactoshivvian crimethinkers and sexual market surveyors of unparalleled keen perception.

The Left’s causes are exhausted, and their art reflects that. The Right’s causes have only just gathered strength, and their art is ascendant. Rebellion has always been a friend to expression.





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  1. Witness. Commenter “Thursday” as well as I brought up Houellebecq in the comments here well after this site had already hit its stride on game/hypergamy.

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    • Scrolling through personal archives and came across this piece, maybe it was by you, PA? Anyone someone on here (Arbiter too perhaps?)

      Perhaps we should take this opportunity to remind ourselves of the truth about black people:
      Gentle peace loving nature
      Strong work ethic
      Respect for other races and and their cultures
      How property prices rise as they move into an area
      The responsible attitude to birth control
      How predominantly black schools score much higher academically
      The respect for law and order
      How well kept and safe predominantly black areas are
      Taking responsibly for their situation and actions.
      Never blaming their short comings on long past history
      Openly admitting the truth of Africans selling other Africans into slavery.
      No chips on their shoulders
      Committing less crime than any other demographic
      Low rates of alcohol and drug misuse
      High I.Q.s
      Did I miss anything?

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  2. […] Deprogramming Note: A Word About CH Patron Shiv Michel Houellebecq […]

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  3. “The Left’s causes are exhausted, and their art reflects that. The Right’s causes have only just gathered strength, and their art is ascendant. Rebellion has always been a friend to expression.”

    I like this. Well said, and very true CH.

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    • on November 3, 2015 at 9:54 pm Field Marshall Sir James Hope Grant's great great great grand-nephew

      “The Right’s causes have only just gathered strength, and their art is ascendant. Rebellion has always been a friend to expression.”

      A great example of this is Roosh’s fiction, which is outstanding. A collection of his stories — he needs a few more — could be have an outsized impact.

      http://www.rooshv.com/category/fiction

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    • You can fight a mighty invading army on your borders; but you cannot fight an idea whose time has come
      Victor Hugo

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    • Man, I went to the symphony when I was just in Mexico City a weekend ago, and they played “modern” composition.

      Shit you not, the violinists were scratching their bows on their music stands as part of the “work.” It was garbage. Marisol Jimenez was the “composer.” I didn’t even applaud.

      Modern art, composition, is utter complete dogshit. They played a full set of modern stuff, some of it, the composer was just struggling to let the music out only to break back into shit that was utterly discordant. It wasn’t even music. They seemed to want to try to make every instrument out of key. Seriously, it sounded like the high school band class warming up and tuning up before class. A bunch of disconnected sounds, no theme, no…overture.

      The heartening part was how well-supported the arts were in MC.

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      • Trav, I don’t know how you sat through that but yeah, contemporary or “modern” compositions are too abstract in my opinion not very agreeable to the ears.

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  4. I’ve had my issues with the host, but I’ve got to agree with him on this one. You’ve forged your own path and I do not think that enough recognition is due to you.

    This isn’t an arse-kissing exercise but honour to a man who has delivered the goods. Kudos Sir.

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  5. on November 3, 2015 at 2:34 pm Laguna Beach Fogey

    Houellebecq was an important influence on my Red Pill awakening in my mid-20s.

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  7. Platform, Lanzarote. I read them, in fact they have the same template.

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  8. on November 3, 2015 at 3:20 pm Each Pond Gone

    Anyone who pompously writes Houellebecq off as a nihilist or, worse, “end of the line” thinker just doesn’t get it. He gives reality long looks right in her clashing eyes, which not only takes aesthetic skill, but a certain courage. I think someone like Blaise Cendrars would be producing a similar kind of novel had he lived in this era. If the times seem to call for it, a kind of misanthropy can be entertained toward a kind of redemption that says yes to life.

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    • Astute comparison to Cendrars. I’d have said Céline, but he lacked the former’s poetic brio. But I don’t get nietzschean affirmation from Houellebecq at all. He likes teenage girls though, so whatever, I affirm that.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 8:38 am Each Pond Gone

        I think it’s an affirmation that Friedrich would have appreciated as fiction had he instead been basking in the asylum a century later. A back road to affirmation

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  9. on November 3, 2015 at 3:20 pm Sean Fielding

    Franzen’s ‘Freedom’ is definitely a self-aware effort to extensively explore Evpsych’s cad-dad theories in literary form, and also contains some jabs at NPR-land and its Keillorite kapital in Minnesota.

    IMO, ‘Freedom’ is largely successful in that exploration, though Franzen is far from being ‘one of us’ – at most, he’s a man of the Left who has become skeptical, is aware of the artistic power of Evpsych, and has some ability to insert our ideas esoterically into fiction that the reading classes will, well, read.

    ‘Purity,’ his most recent, is considerably less successful in this regard. It’s essentially gynocentric and progressive in its message, although it has its moments, and there is some good analysis of the cynicism of East German Marxism and the Left, and some tribute to the ability of alpha Game to thrive in any political environment (as it should, since archetype transcends ideology).

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  10. “Houellebecq, along with Tom Wolfe, are the greatest novelists of our age and, not coincidentally, they are also alt-right, neodark, reactoshivvian crimethinkers and sexual market surveyors of unparalleled keen perception.”

    Having studied literature in the leftist halls of academe, I cannot begin to describe how much Tom Wolfe is despised in those precincts. They consider him crass, and declasse.

    But he is heir to the great novelistic tradition of Cervantes, Fielding, Dickens, and Trollope. At turns parodic yet penetratingly realistic, his work will be read long after lightweights like Toni Morrison are gathering dust.

    I saw him once walking on streets of Manhattan –cape, white suit, fedora, dark shirt with upright color in the early 20th century tradition. The guys is a peacock in every sense.

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    • on November 3, 2015 at 4:01 pm The Spirit Within

      Tom Wolfe is absolutely brilliant, I’ve read all his work (multiple times), and the day that I learned he was shunned by academicians was the day I knew I wouldn’t be an academician.

      N.B. He considers himself an heir to Zola and Balzac. I’d recommend Balzac in particular to anybody who likes this blog.

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      • These days there are about 14 liberal academicians for every 1 conservative academician.

        Would that not have been like heaven to you ?

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      • Bonfire and Back To Blood are great reads… So red pill and so before the times. Bonfire easily top 10 20th century works.

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      • Met Wolfe once in the Ritz Carlton bar in Buckhead. Was in full uniform. Very pleasant. Sitting alone having a drink.

        If you have the opportunity to stay in better hotels do take it. You meet so many interesting people.

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      • on November 3, 2015 at 9:27 pm The Spirit Within

        I’ve always enjoyed his early journalism, The Right Stuff, and especially A Man In Full. That last one, actually, should be required reading in the manosphere… dat title. I have a signed first edition.

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      • Good author recommendations. They’re far better in French than in the English translations. They make me wish I wouldn’t have skipped French class as much as I have.

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    • Wolfe’s okay, so far as it goes, but “greatest novelists of our age”?

      He takes a backseat to John Gardner and John Fowles… which is no shame.

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      • You left out Cornel West.

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      • On the bus of literature, your West doesn’t even get a seat in the back… when it snows, he runs like hell and attempts to boot-hop the back bumper.

        But another name I did forget was Ken Kesey, who also shades Wolfe.

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    • Steinbeck over Wolfe any day. Steinbeck sort of an anti-peacock player with moments of intense Dantean vulnerability. Also fairly skeptical of America’s direction and man’s fate in general, cf. ‘Log From The Sea of Cortez’.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 5:29 am Captain Tautological

        Steinbeck was a hopeless tool of the Eskimos – just like Hemingway and Sinclair – completely malleable and compliant and dutiful under their tutelage. ZERO ORIGINAL THOUGHT – all just second-rate regurgitation of Eskimo propaganda.

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      • Wow. What a totally original thought. You never disappoint with your thoughtful analysis of all things you dislike leading inevitably to the same source. Bravo.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 9:36 am The Spirit Within

        Captain, get back in your cage.

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      • Go away, Eskimo breath.

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      • Steinbeck and Hemingway WAY overrated, for obvious reasons. Not that they weren’t talented, but they weren’t anywhere near where they were made out to be.

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      • I don’t see anything obvious about Jews being behind every author someone here happens to dislike. Whatever though. I’ve read all these authors, and the only one to turn out anything remotely “timeless” are Steinbeck and Hemingway (though I completely dislike the latter). I mean Grapes of Wrath is essentially Camp of The Saints but with Okies and Californians. I think all these authors have their beautiful and poignant moments though, so I’m not about to put anyone down because I prefer this one to that. Cause that’s retarded.

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    • on November 4, 2015 at 9:37 am Doctor Emmet Brown

      Great Scott gentlemen, I just got back from the future, 2050 to be precise. These are all fine authors you mention, but I wanted to find the pre-eminent minds of days to come, to understand the fate of the Caucasian race. So I visited the prestigious Hustlaz gone Hustle University, on the former site of Harvard, Massachusetts, where I consulted with Dr Shank Twizta, author of the widely acclaimed “Dem Hawnkiez Sho’ Murked Dey Selz: Sheeit, dey mommaz musta raised sum dayum foolz.” (Deez Nutz Publishing, Detroit). Dr Twizta has a PHD (pretty huge dick) in Looting, as well as having served as advisor to numerous Crips’ project block Rock Slangaz. He said “ah allez said, iffen de black mane holla ‘Pimps up Hoes down’, 1st bitches on dem poles be dem wyte gurlz! HooWee. Know ah’m talkin’ bout? Ain’t no major mystery why dem crakkaz deader than a muh’fukka, an dats coz dey ain’t mane enough to put an ayuss whuppin’ on dey bitches, undastayund cuhz? Sheeit, a winner never quit and a quitter never win, in Sh’a Allah”.
      It seems as if the academic I.Q continuum has been disrupted at some point, leading to this dystopian outcome, gentlemen. But what could it have been? Whoah, this is heavy.

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  11. on November 3, 2015 at 4:15 pm Godemichet Lempereur

    We need an American Houellebecq.

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  12. on November 3, 2015 at 5:03 pm Les Saunders, Protestant

    I came across, and read, “Bonfire of the Vanities” thanks to a commenter extolling it here on this humble blog. One of the best books I’ve read.

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  13. on November 3, 2015 at 6:35 pm Captain Tautological

    German official says Merkel’s open door migrant policy will lead to ‘civil war’ after thousands march through one city holding crucifixes during anti-Islam protest http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3302015/Thousands-streets-Pegida-anti-immigration-rally-Germany-group-s-founder-investigated-slander-comparing-justice-minister-Joseph-Goebbels.html

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  14. Hey CH,

    OT, but good grief, in the past few months many of the guys at my gym have started wearing tights under their shorts. And the common denominator among them is that all of these dudes are poster children for that ‘Don’t Skip Leg Day’ meme. It is sad. Reminds me of chicks with fat asses that always try to cover them up with a sweater tied around their waist. Is this happening anywhere else.* Disclaimer*- I did buy some lycra tights back in the 80’s from the back of a Joe Weider magazine. Once I got them and tried them on, I threw them away I looked so damn gay. Why would men believe these are acceptable now? It’s so out of the norm that it actually draws your attention to their little chicken calves.

    [CH: yeah it’s impossible for a man to not look gay wearing lycra undershorts. however (looks askance at judgmental crowd) if you wear loose-fitting gym shorts, you’ll encounter the problem of flashing your junk or your tighty whities every time you lay flat to do an exercise. i suppose your choice would depend how much you care if the gym sees your spiderman briefs.]

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    • Dues? You want him to pay dues? The boy can’t even afford pants.

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    • Arnold said that calves were the hardest of all muscle groups to develop, so maybe they’re not complete losers?

      The best thing about the gym would have to be material for posting.

      All the best people are riding winter bicycles, is that cool or now is it gay?

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    • As always, we boxers are the tits.

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    • on November 4, 2015 at 7:22 am Laguna Beach Fogey

      And the goys who wear the tights are usually the ones with man-buns.

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      • hahaha yep this is happening. Man bun plus spandex pants with the fucking lumberjack beard. I weep for the youth (but profit from their ineptitude)

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    • I used to wear tights at the gym…Hotskins are great and very comfortable. But I was free squatting 405 and leg pressing 1250 for 12-15 reps in those days.

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    • I wear Lycra shorts under my shorts when I workout. It’s more comfortable than a jock strap.

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    • TLM, I’m more of an outdoor athlete than a gym goer, but those athletic tights have a valuable function: after lots of running in a pair of normal shorts, the bottom of your shorts will chafe against your inner thigh to the point where every slight brush will be painful. I ran two marathons like that, the second with Vaseline smeared in that spot in advance; never again.

      On a bike you don’t have the risk/annoyance of baggy pants bumping into your bike chain and getting filthy. And in the winter you need something longer than shorts.

      Really, there’s nothing gay about form-fitting male clothing, particularly if it’s functional.

      (OK, I’ll concede one thing: no pink. Dark, solid colors.)

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  15. Welsh novelist Tessa Hadley writes some fascinating fiction. Her novels tend to be somewhat episodic, like short story collections tenuously strung together, but there are some magnificent anti-feminist insights in them.

    Her third novel, “The Master Bedroom”, portrays an early-40s Jewish literature professor’s midlife crisis, trying to seduce a married old flame while his son horndogs after her. The old flame’s current wife is an elementary school teacher and SJW maniac, whose long mental breakdown begins with her storming out of a Handel recital because Classical music is, according to her, “evil”.

    Hadley’s use of musical tastes for psychological profiling is of immense interest. Her debut novel “Accidents in the Home” has the late 20s, PhD candidate and cohabiting mother become obsessed with snagging the club promoter boyfriend of her childhood BFF, a fashion model who wears a lip ring. On family holiday in Ireland, she sulks around alone, takes up smoking cigarettes and listens nonstop to techno mixes on her headphones, self-consciously profanating her mind and her middle class existence, longing for a cold slick world of postmodern emptiness, fantasizing about the promoter’s apartment full of cold chrome fixtures.

    Fay Weldon’s late novels, like the horrific “She May Not Leave”, have turned into delirious anti-feminist satires. Weldon’s actually a better writer than Hadley (more energetic and more rabidly funny), and her Conspiracy Theorist’s Tale in “The Spa” is a full-out anti-Cultural Marxist manifesto.

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  16. We don’t have a Houellebecq because we don’t have enough in common, perhaps?

    Tom Wolfe was the last closest thing a “voice of a generation”?

    Tom Wolfe versus Bob Dylan, discuss. Who was the last voice of a generation?

    It was still talked about as something to strive for, to write the “great American novel”, in the 80s amongst certain sets of high school kids. Those same kids 20 years later wanted to make documentary films. And now those kids probably want to be internet celebs?

    But the great American novel never got written. But it will be. This experience that gets talked about around here, which is about young adult men who have struggled in their quest to become. Their quest to become.

    As you all know the recent NPI fucking thing, “Become what we were meant to be” er “Become who we were” which is well titled, and it gets to the point of how the lost souls of this lost generation is looking for its identity, and where is it?

    But they (er, we) get criticized for looking into race as the underlying basis of that identity. The criticism is that only lost people who are confused need to look there! Well, duh.

    I didn’t go to the meeting, did they have any answers? Is there a quest for identity that is going to be forged, uh, in common?

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    • John Berryman of Minnesota had a few proto-Houellebecq’ian moments. Here is his Dream Song #4:

      Filling her compact & delicious body
      with chicken páprika, she glanced at me
      twice.
      Fainting with interest, I hungered back
      and only the fact of her husband & four other people
      kept me from springing on her

      or falling at her little feet and crying
      ‘You are the hottest one for years of night
      Henry’s dazed eyes
      have enjoyed, Brilliance.’ I advanced upon
      (despairing) my spumoni.–Sir Bones: is stuffed,
      de world, wif feeding girls.

      –Black hair, complexion Latin, jewelled eyes
      downcast . . . The slob beside her feasts . . . What wonders is
      she sitting on, over there?
      The restaurant buzzes. She might as well be on Mars.
      Where did it all go wrong? There ought to be a law against Henry.
      –Mr. Bones: there is.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 5:47 am Captain Tautological

        Uhh, Hank Williams? Johnny Cash? Jimmy Webb and Don Schlitz and Bob Dorough? Brian Wilson? Don McLean? Don Henley? From Minnesota, Terry Gilliam? Not to mention Terrence Malick and Billy Bob Thornton?

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    • on November 3, 2015 at 8:22 pm Each Pond Gone

      Beneath the plastic chaff, America is always kindling masterpieces. Stemming from how America began, we remain front runner when it comes to imagination. The Great Work will appear, just give it time.

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    • on November 3, 2015 at 9:30 pm The Spirit Within

      The Great American Novel is a chimera. A ghost. It doesn’t exist, never has. The reason: America is too damn big to be contained within one novel.

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      • As I said in a previous post, Wolfe is the greatest American writer of the late 20th Century. “Radical Chic and Mau-Mauing the Flak-Catchers” is as good a distillation of liberal white guilt as you will find, and it was written 45 years ago. The Left hates Wolfe because he understands them so well.

        Wolfe’s particular genius is his prescience. He is grounded in the classical tradition, but looks at the future unflinchingly. “Bonfire of the Vanities” continues to define our collapsing civilization, albeit from a late 80s vantage point that in retrospect looks increasingly like paradise. “A Man in Full” presents nothing less than a new (or, rather, old) post-christian ethic for men in a feminized world; “I am Charlotte Simmons” deftly shivs the contradictions of that world. “Back to Blood” heralds the tribalism that will define our future.

        And “The Right Stuff” is a virtual training manual for Alphas. Ever wonder why all airline pilots talk like they’re from West Virginia?

        The next great American novelist will combine the artistry of Houellebecq with the perspicacity of Wolfe. And he will be hated by all the right people.

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      • “The next great American novelist will combine the artistry of Houellebecq with the perspicacity of Wolf.”

        Yes.

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    • Hunter Stockton Thompson (may he RIP) understood a lot more than he ever could explain.
      So, he had no choice but to create a new literary style; if not a new language.
      On the other hand…
      He alphaness was so utterly natural that it was the one thing he never got around to writing about. He really was stuck at: “Dont all of you guys already know this?”

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    • Those things are always exactly the same: KMac on the Jews, a European or two on the glories of western civilization, that dumbass from the band Changes, Jack Donovan extolling his own virility, and a sorry mob of old dudes with about 10 women.

      Ideological commonalities just don’t matter in a world with doubling populations.

      As for writers … Henry Miller and John Fante.

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  17. Wolfe’s I am Charlotte Simmons-even the church girls get hypergamy. Charlotte has spergy SJW Adam in the friend zone, longs for ZFG uber-Alpha Hoyt, and is an alpha widow notwithstanding snagging JoJo the basketball player (her beta bucks). So much sad truth in that one.

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    • Great scene in Man in Full where the proper Ms. Starling is “practically raped” on her living room floor on her first date by the super Alpha football player protagonist’s caveman game. While her roomate listens in. Her first time and first orgasm… She marries him and is his alpha widow… For a while.

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  18. on November 3, 2015 at 9:11 pm gunslingergregi

    course CH is a monster day in day out
    always grinding

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  19. on November 3, 2015 at 9:29 pm Gulbrand Akselsen

    Immigrants in Denmark to be taught about sex

    Hoping to combat the disproportionate number of rapes committed by immigrants and their descendants, a number of political parties are pushing for sexual education to be included in the Danish language courses provided to foreigners, Metroxpress reported.

    Between 2013 and 2014, 34.5 percent of all individuals convicted of rape were immigrants or their descendants despite those groups only accounting for roughly 12 percent of Denmark’s total population.

    from “The Local”

    http://www.thelocal.dk/20151028/denmark-to-teach-foreigners-about-sexual-morals

    With independent, daily reporting from around Europe,
    The Local is a window on life in other cultures.

    Daily news is the glue of society, defining the issues we care about as a community. We capture the essence of nations by finding the stories that tell us who we are (and who those other people over there are), breaking down barriers and bringing us closer together. Our entertaining blend of daily news, business and features has made The Local the largest English-language news network in Europe with more than four million readers every month.

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  20. on November 3, 2015 at 9:36 pm The Spirit Within

    The Twitter stream is back up??? What the…

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  21. on November 3, 2015 at 10:03 pm Gulbrand Akselsen

    This study finds that 92% of biracial children with African American fathers are born out of wedlock and 82% end up on government assistance.

    The results of this study make it very clear that biracial children with African American fathers are fatherless on a scale much larger than the public may realize.

    From

    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2625893

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  22. on November 4, 2015 at 12:36 am Mean Mr. Mustard

    Off topic …. have a look at the shenanigans at the Melbourne Cup (Melbourne, Australia).

    http://www.news.com.au/sport/superracing/woman-who-pushed-over-a-police-officer-at-melbourne-cup-has-been-charged/story-fnjsiw2w-1227594883778

    It should be noted that in the 155-year history of this horse race, a female jockey rode the 100-1 shot, Prince of Penzance to victory.

    Yayyy …. girlpower.

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    • Women are not fit to vote, serve on juries, be the President, or be a judge or mayor, or CEO of any company that does not involve either assembling pre-made plastic shiny things with holes in them to make necklaces or baking and selling cupcakes or cookies.

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  23. TW has been right for so long

    “He picks for his Ph.D. dissertation topic the Communist influences on American writers, 1928–1942. From their response to it, the Yale professors, who would have approved the topic in advance, had no idea of the spirit in which Wolfe intended to approach it:

    “Dear Mr. Wolfe:

    I am personally acutely sorry to have to write you this letter but I want to inform you in advance that all of your readers reports have come in, and … I am sorry to say I anticipate that the thesis will not be recommended for the degree…. The tone was not objective but was consistently slanted to disparage the writers under consideration and to present them in a bad light even when the evidence did not warrant this.” [Letter from Yale dean to T.W., May 19, 1956.]

    To this comes appended the genuinely shocked reviews of three Yale professors. It’s as if they can’t quite believe this seemingly sweet-natured and well-mannered southern boy has gone off half cocked and ridiculed some of the biggest names in American literature.”

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  24. OT, wonder if anyone can help…

    Quoted this from a past post from CH on hot/cold behaviour…

    “The more astute readers will notice that the hot/cold/hot/cold routine is frequently and instinctively deployed by women when they are in the early stages of dating a new man, and need to test him for alpha male congruence.”

    My question, what is the best strategy for when she goes cold?

    Silence is golden?

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    • on November 4, 2015 at 4:48 am Captain Tautological

      Don’t worry about strategy. In fact, stop worrying altogether. ZFG isn’t your friend; ZFG must be your very nature. Always concentrate on the big stuff – YOUR INTERNAL FRAME – and never sweat the details, like tactics, or even strategy [there’s always something slightly more clever you could have said, or some slightly more devious sequence of events you could have arranged – but who cares?]. YOU ARE THE PRIZE, not she, and if she f*cks up her chance at landing an Alpha stud like yourself, then that’s a mistake which she’ll have to live with for the rest of her life. Your model is always The Gipper himself, who was abandoned by Jane Wyman, yet shrugged it off and went on to become the most important & powerful Alpha of the second half of the 20th Century.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 5:02 am Captain Tautological

        Also, many of us in the Dark Enlightenment come from STEM backgrounds, and our mothers and sisters are probably rather High-T and relatively lower-Progesterone and lower-Estrogen and even fairly analytical vis-a-vis the female population at large. Whereas out in the Real World, you’re going to cross paths with Super-High Progesterone & Estrogen [especially in your Cluster B nutjobs, and especially with your BPDs], and as they move through the various aspects of their 28-Day cycles, they’ll go from ripping your clothes off and [email protected] you during the upswing into [email protected], to throwing iron skillet frying pans [filled with boiling hot grease] at you during the downswing after ovulation. ZFG. ZFG. ZFG. Just wait patiently until she [email protected] again, and then f*ck her brains out [and be sure to rub her cl!t so she gets lots of [email protected]].

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      • This here about high progesterone girly girls and PMS induced psychosis is spot on Cap!

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 9:59 am mendozatorres

        Good shit, Cappy.

        never sweat the details

        My Achilles heel, but screw that noise. ZFG all in!

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 10:35 am subway masturbateur le pinko

        The great thing about cap’n taut is the interaction of hypomania, paranoia and and sort of a erotic fixation on Jews.

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    • what? women play hot/cold/hot/cold?

      I guess I never noticed. Early stages of dating is…after I bang them or before?

      So, when they go cold, think of it this way- you can’t make her respond. So why try? Hit her up a few, couple times then u stop.

      Man, if you see what typical guys do, wtf, they text and call a BILLION times. It’s actually…embarrassing.

      But one thing I realized is that I think I am being a nuisance if I send 2 or 3 txts in a row, even if part of the same thought. I have been told I was so laconic that I seem totally disinterested.

      So, the conventional wisdom from the PUAs isn’t totally accurate. A little more persistence would have behooved me but I refuse to be that guy who chicks are showing off a txt monologue to some other dude and laughing about. But on some girls I circled back to after a year or more, and I was like wtf the previous time, some pillow talk with them after I hit it, and they say oh you didn’t persist, you barely txtd, blablabla…this was even after I sent 2 or 3 over the course of a couple days without an answer. The conventional “wisdom”

      Women have fked up perception, so don’t beat yourself up over it. Like the others say ZFG. Do what YOU want. Let the chips fall. The thing is, an alpha who txts repeatedly…it’s like if they were playing cold on Tom Brady, they WANT that attention. If it’s a beta, one txt is too many.

      Another example, I just roll up on a chick and start talking to her and sometimes they are totally quiet, they blow me off, I find out afterwards they were “so into me, couldn’t i tell I was totally staring at you, I was intimidated,” whatever. My recollection is that this chick is totally NOT into me but somehow after the first meeting, I circled back successfully and their perception is 180 degrees away from mine. This is why I have to self-counsel and counsel others, DON’T OVER ANALYZE what a chick does. She’s an analog machine operating on neural synapses firing feelings. HER perception of an event will be miles away from yours and will make no sense to you.

      Another data point- chick I banged a couple times, moved away, she’s in OK now. Hitting her up on FB, she was always kinda aloof with me, wouldn’t hang out, called me “playboy” and stuff. I asked her when can I get that again and she says i shit you not “you can’t. I was in love with you and I can’t go down that road.” LOVE!?!? I mean yeah, she loved me…NOTHING this girl ever did even remotely suggested she had those kind of feelings. Ever. Didn’t have the slightest inkling until she told me yesterday.

      You may think a chick is cold and disinterested and she’s sweating you like bullets. Or she may despise you. Both in this minute. Don’t bother worrying about it, it’s like the fuckin weather during monsoon season, all you know is it’s gonna be hot as fuck and it’s gonna rain like fuck. The details are unknowable.

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  25. I read Wolfe’s Electric Cool Aid Acid Test which is not fiction though it certainly reads as if it might have been. All about Ken Kesey; I met a guy who knew Kesey, but that was a long while ago.

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  26. Slightly off topic but take five minutes to watch this video and see your understanding grow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDLyKSYRqXM

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  27. Great American novellist? Matt Bracken!

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  28. on November 4, 2015 at 7:10 am Gulbrand Akselsen

    If she has grown cold and then sees you with an attractive female “friend” and you are laughing and having a good time this won’t hurt you

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  29. Is there room in this discussion to mention a rather juvenile yet still entertaining writer?

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  30. Imagine your future… no actually this is the present.

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  31. on November 4, 2015 at 10:27 am The Spirit Within

    Trump shows his pettiness: endless whining, in a nationally broadcast interview, that a reporter didn’t give proper coverage to the length of the line for his book signing in New York. Complains about the reporter three times in twenty minutes, attacks her professionalism, then ends the interview by saying, “I don’t really care.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/erik-wemple/wp/2015/11/04/donald-trump-reaches-new-level-of-absurdity-on-media-criticism/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-a%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

    This comports with other stories I’ve heard about him. Outrageous petty narcissism. He’s all attraction, zero comfort. That kind of alpha doesn’t win elections. He probably doesn’t even win Iowa.

    [CH: the washingtonbeta being, of course, an unbiased third party. NOT.]

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    • on November 4, 2015 at 10:37 am Laguna Beach Fogey

      Trump is a busy, successful alpha man. He has no patience for the media whores buzzing around him like gnats.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 3:09 pm The Spirit Within

        No, you have it exactly wrong. A busy, successful man *shouldn’t* care about something as fleeting as one reporter’s coverage of the length of the line at his book signing. And yet Trump can’t get it off his mind.

        Think about it: A BILLIONAIRE wringing his hands and publicly rebuking one tiny reporter’s coverage of one tiny event. Of all the things he could be talking about, he goes off message for THAT?

        That’s what narcissism does to a person’s worldview. There’s lots more moments like these to come outta his gob.

        [CH: trump’s off-the-cuff ad libbing is great. the people are crying out for a candidate who isn’t a preprogrammed PACbot following a tight, focus-grouped script. can’t stump the trump!]

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      • @ spirit, white men are very, very angry about having a secret war waged against them (and our women and children) for 100 years. You really don’t get it yet? yeah right. get out, pussy.

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    • Spirit Within, you jelly?

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    • Neither the Washington Jew nor the Jew York Times are credible sources of facts or news. At all. But we know that you know that, plant. 😉

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    • E-ric Wem-YKWple. lzozlzloozo shut up fag. You know good and well we are tired of your schtick.

      The Jew media whining about criticism of “the media” at this point is laughable, and they’d be embarrassed if they were biologically capable of feeling embarrassment (Jews are not).

      We know now. Get it yet?

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    • Trump is a real person with real flaws. Narcissism works for some people. It often goes hand in hand with accomplishments and power and charm. Criticism Trump for narcissism is facile. A stupid bitch can be criticized for narcissism. A billionaire with his own plane, a beautiful wife, and financing his own campaign and leading the race for president, if he is narcissistic, it’s working for him.

      As far as his narcissism being “petty” – is it not relevant that his support is underplayed and mis-represented? Of course it is relevant. The extent and the quality of his support is the meat of a political campaign in a democracy, and for anyone interested in politics to pretend that a concern with that is “petty”, is disingenuous. Uh, duh, yeah politicians are concerned with how they are portrayed.

      He’s all attraction, zero comfort.

      That is an interesting phrase, i will give you that. But isn’t comfort what appeals to women and fags? I am not looking for comfort, i am looking for someone who is willing to tackle the issue of immigration. That is one of the two issues that matter, and Trump is the best on that one. Whether he pans out on it or not, …

      The other issue is how our society is supposed to downscale into a contracting economy that is based on depleting resources. I don’t think that any candidates deal with that. But life in such a situation will be better if on top of it all there is not a scrambled mess of ethnic foreigners.

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      • on November 4, 2015 at 3:03 pm The Spirit Within

        I’ll take a real person with *different* flaws. Like a lifelong need to serve, to put other people above himself. Trump literally thinks other people exist to serve *him*. He can’t conceive of a universe where that doesn’t happen. That’s not democratic.

        Trump’s skin is so paper thin to criticism that I shudder to think what would happen to him, psychologically, if he were to assume the Oval Office. Bush used to complain about all the middle fingers he saw from his presidential limo. Trump would face much worse criticism, and is worse equipped to handle it. He’d explode into narcissistic rages (Google it) at a level never seen before in the office of the presidency. Like, holes punches in walls, people fired at the drop of a hat (he already practiced doing that for years on his idiotic fake show). His White House would be beyond dysfunctional with someone like that at the wheel.

        Your opinion of immigration is irrelevant. Let’s focus on mass opinion. Because the masses vote exclusively on character (never on policy), the masses demand a human story from their presidents. They need to feel authentically connected to the person. That’s comfort. Trump can’t deliver that–not at all.

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      • We currently have a president who can’t handle any criticism. Who sqawks back at the slighest insult and does his best to control the media. Trump isn’t perfect but he stands up to the bullying of the liberal media and so it’s his way of making sure he doesn’t get pushed around. So far he’s handling them pretty well I’d say, considering they’re coming at him from all angles.

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      • You are pedantic and daft at the same time. Funny how those two characteristics often go together.

        I offer my opinion on immigration not because it’s worth more than one vote, but because that opinion is shared by 100% of his supporters and it is the reason that he is in the lead.

        You and those like you want someone to comfort them, but plenty of people are seeing that for the BS that it is. His supporters are impressed with his character, quirks and all.

        As for the contention that he isn’t fit to lead because he can’t handle criticism. There may be something to that point. But still Trump is vastly preferable, and there is no contest. He is a populist leader, a man of the times.

        And whatever Trump is or is not, it is what it portends that is significant, it is what it represents and who supports him. Whatever flaws he has, that support and the groundswell is the VOICE of Real America, white America.

        And in this regard it is your opinion that is insignificant. People like you will try and manage it, we know that, here on this blog. Whether or not you are official or just a happy extended phenotype, it matters not.

        The time for White America to have its say, is on its way.

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      • As for the contention that he isn’t fit to lead because he can’t handle criticism. There may be something to that point.

        In this day and age 90% of the negative criticism from the main stream media is directed at right wing candidates/politicians.

        Trump is justified to be angry and to complain, because the very liberal main stream media is extremely unfair to the right.

        There is an ongoing witch hunt on right wing heterosexual white males, is it any surprise that occasionally one of them bites back ? ( for lack of a better expression )

        I wonder how Obama would handle it if 90% of the media was saying bad things about him and disrespecting him every f*ck’n day of the year as they do with Trump ?

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      • This is how Dem politicians spend taxpayers money, trying to get Trump dis-invited from hosting SNL.

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      • We need someone who can tell the “masses” to go f themselves.

        Trump is the guy for that.

        Democracy must go with the communists.

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      • We need someone who can tell the “masses” to go f themselves.

        Trump is the guy for that.

        Democracy must go with the communists

        Yes. Karl Marx believed that Democracy was the road to Socialism and was not shy about stating this belief. And he was right.

        Whenever the shitlib media bloviates about Democracy, what they’re really talking about is Socialism.

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    • Ready for Hillary? Bend over you fucking anti-white faggot.

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  32. CH lzozlzlzlozozoz on the manspreading twitter logo.

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  33. It’s been said that the state of a society/culture is reflected in the artwork it produces. Western societies and cultures have gone to shit, if this is the case.

    A contemporary author everyone here should look into is Jim Goad. He’s a tegular contributor to Takimag and author of such favorites as The Redneck Manifesto and Shit Magnet. Some will consider him too degenerate and you might be right but he’s an excellent writer and a nice guy. Also known for his ‘zine Answer Me! which is worth a look.

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  34. Trump has allegedly reached out to Sheldon Adelson: http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/11/04/donald-trump-is-said-to-have-reached-out-to-the-megadonor-sheldon-adelson/

    If this is true it’s extremely disappointing. Just a few weeks ago he had that great line about Rubio being Adelson’s puppet.

    [CH: i wouldn’t read too much into this development. trump is playing the long game, keeping potential foes off-balance so that it’s harder for them to mount a coordinated attack.]

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  35. Lmao the right’s art is ascendant? Name one conservative musician who’s made an album worth a fucking damn since 1960. The left will ALWAYS produce better artists for the exact same reasons the right always produces better families. Keep it real bud, shitfo posts like this are a waste of your time, stick to game.

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    • Oh, so they CAN make good albums just NEVER after 1960 for some reasons.

      Do us all a favor and don’t embarrass yourself further with your lame attempts at free thought.

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