I still can’t get my PC working. It isn’t recognising any of the bootable USBs at startup whether Manjaro or Mint. I’m struggling to see what I’ve done which could’ve caused this. Nothing is even showing up in the BIOS menu. I had it working — I turned it on and off three times to make sure that it booted properly and it did every time — until I hooked-up the harddrive to my netbook to re-import all of my files into the Home directory. After that, problems re-emerged; and I didn’t even change anything at a structural level or whatever else. For two days now I’ve been meddling with this machine and I simply can’t figure-out how to solve this problem. I’ll sleep on it, I guess, and do some hunting around on the web tomorrow for solutions (as much as I dislike doing so on this eight year-old netbook — that’s ancient for tech standards).
In other news there’s been some nonsense regarding my video and written rant on the decline of the Alt. Right. Millennial Woes (and others) mentioned and/or implied about me and my views over the course of lastnight to this morning. I’ve made everything on my end private because, in short, fuck off. Over five hundred views for an insignificant rant whereas top-quality discussions on my main channel barely scrape that nowadays? I prefer having a small audience of friends and comrades rather than a massive squabble of nobodies, but I must still say that it’s amazing — especially given that my second channel is exactly that: secondary.
EDIT: I’ve since made things public again.
Perhaps I’m in the wrong for moaning about that, but it doesn’t change the reality of many of the responses — not most, but around one fifth were disagreements with some of my implications. I can see why many in NRx will happily “divide and conquer” their readership considering some of the idiots who browse the internet. If you’re a white nationalist, go away. We have little in common and I care nothing for your perverse, inverted, liberal ideology. I won’t bother repeating the arguments Brett Stevens of Amerika.org has made, so if you wish to spew hundreds of words at me in oh-so horrific indignation, go there prior.
Being “white” (filthy American term that it is) is not good enough. What is your character? How much do you know of yourself? What is your intellect? While it’s true that one white man is worth fifty black men, one good man is worth five thousand bad men. Our crisis has nothing to do with Negroes, Muslims or Jews; they are but symptoms, symbols. The decay starts from within, not without. If you disagree with me on that, then it’s best you move on. You’re wasting your time both reading this and considering me at all in your life.
There isn’t much more to say on the matter that isn’t self-evident. Maybe I’m just in a particularly bad mood because I haven’t been able to fix my PC for two days (it certainly doesn’t help) but the point still stands: an increasing number of people in the Alt. Right are nothing more than racist liberals; they think in a modern way, they are essentially nihilists, they are materialistic and crude, they are vulgar and prideful and have overwhelmingly poor taste in their actions. And I guarantee I’ll be accused of snobbery or something equally laughable for observing that — simply more evidence of bourgies amid us. Into the trash you fuckers go.
I don’t care about making friends. I don’t care about making “allies” or not “punching to the Right.” If I disagree with something or someone, it can and will influence my decision-making. Any “infighting” I partake in stays to my own person; I don’t really name names or make personal attacks against anyone, because where’s the point? The only reason I’m writing this blog post is for the benefit of posterity — something de facto impersonal and indirect. I don’t speak to certain people nor visit certain websites etc., and that’s how it should be, and how a growing number within the Alt. Right refuse to act. A video I made about moral puritanism within the Alt. Right touches upon this. I make my own statements and act upon my own opinions in an indestructive way via their belonging to my own sphers; I don’t impose myself upon others or encourage “purging” and the like, but, rather, I do my thing and let other people do theirs — but that doesn’t mean I shan’t observe from afar and make my own judgements.
What the Alt. Right changing ultimately means is that its overall bent, its overall “feel,” moves to a more populist, demotic shape, instead of it being “led” by a select few intellectuals or specific forms of thought. If you think that’s a good thing, a change for the better, then what on Earth are you doing reading this?