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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Rules for Neo-Reaction


1. Patriarchy and families are the foundation of society.

2. The natural and unmolested course of selection and elimination must be allowed to occur in economics and society.

3. Hierarchy is the natural and right way for people to cooperate.

4. Different people are different. Equality is a lie.

5. Progressivism is an insane religion advanced by a hostile media/academic machine.

6. It’s not just “The Jews”.

7. Democracy isn’t going to fix these problems.

8. Merely denouncing those to the right creates a deadly signalling spiral, so no enemies to the right.

From More Right, and Bob Wallace. Also Jim's Blog.

8 comments:

Kakistocracy said...

8. Merely denouncing those to the right creates a deadly signalling spiral, so no enemies to the right.

Merely thinking that point after what preceded it must have triggered a Grand Mal of cognitive dissonance. Though perhaps the principle of non-denunciation has found some accommodating penumbras. Note the following excerpts from the same piece.

fanatically antisemitic right authoritarian racists...have accomplished not much

anti-semitic reactionaries and nazis

The fanatical antisemitism of the rest of the right is bundled with thought-stopping and repellent lunacy

a serious right wing subculture that can refrain from raving about the Jews, Hieling Hitler, calling people “Niggers”

it (us) has resisted dissolving into the usual cesspools that plague the right and repel interesting people.


In conclusion: We're fanatical about no enemies to the right!

I'm making no statement as to the validity of their denunciations or the obvious signaling embedded therein. Though to read an essay so well-marbled in both ending with "and so we don't do that" is really quite more than one should have to bear.

helvena said...

Sounds like a backdoor for the jews.

Toddy Cat said...

"The natural and unmolested course of selection and elimination must be allowed to occur in economics and society."

Also, if this means what I think it means, that is, let poor people starve, as a Christian, I can't go along with it. No state welfare, sure, no corporate bailouts, by all means. But if you're going to denounce Nazis on the one hand, and then start talking about "useless eater" on the other, you have a bigger problem than anything having to do with Jews...

The Anti-Gnostic said...

It's a pithy phrasing. I don't think anybody would starve to death in an advanced economy.

But public welfare is a greenlight to birthing bastards. And that warm, fuzzy welfare state ends (as it must) when the eaters outnumber the feeders. And then everybody starves.

So 'compassion' to me means no public welfare. It's like supplying heroin to a junkie. We are enabling the poor to have the vices of the Biblical rich.

Anonymous said...

I don't really understand this fetishism for "hierarchy" and inequality. Some people seem to be into that sort of thing, but I don't see why hierarchy and inequality, whether institutionalized or informal, are necessarily good or desirable for a right wing or any kind of society for that matter. That seems like a subjective value.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

It's why the military can be staffed full of gunslingers but we don't generally have coups and mutinies: men respect the position if not the man.

It's hard to think of a single form of human social organization that doesn't involve hierarchy. Social strife arises when hierarchy is removed, and then nobody knows how to behave.

Anonymous said...

We're not supposed to have a standing military. Coups and mutinies aren't as necessary when the standing military is basically a giant welfare and jobs program funded by taxpayers. They would only jeopardize this arrangement.

The fetishism for hierarchy and inequality seems to see them as ends in themselves or desirable for their own sake. That seems like a subjective value.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

Can you give an example of a single form of human society that operates outside of hierarchy?