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#111494 - 02/23/17 05:00 PM The Collapse of the Modern World.
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These are dangerous times. Climate change, mass migration and corruption are many of the issues that have a lot of the worldwide population thinking that the end of the modern world is near. But is it?

In light of this, there are people who promote a return to traditional living, with traditional family (father, mother and children) as the foundation of society and self-sufficiency as way of living. There are those who see this decline as a chance to resurrect old regimes (Fascism and National Socialism), riding the wave of general discontent to wash away everything they deem as "degenerate."

Are those people right? Is it time we embrace the old or do we let things run their course until there's none of us left? Are we indeed seeing the end of days or will humankind find a way to keep going forward?
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#111495 - 02/23/17 06:09 PM Re: The Rise of The New World [Re: Sargeist]
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It's always Armageddon. The world is always succumbing to degeneracy.

The crux being along the lines of, This makes me uncomfortable so I'm gonna withdraw into a nice zone where godless values and the erosion of gender roles won't hurt me.

"Anti PC" is a convenient motivation, but it's just a part of the many ways nomos is rewriting itself *and* the resistance that always happens when people are persuaded how to think in a way that's adverse to them.

Here's some foreshadowing though: The degenerates will win and then people will adapt.

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#111511 - 02/25/17 12:15 PM Re: The Rise of The New World [Re: CanisMachina42]
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Re: Canis

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Anti PC" is a convenient motivation, but it's just a part of the many ways nomos is rewriting itself *and* the resistance that always happens when people are persuaded how to think in a way that's adverse to them.

Agreed. Use your PC facade and SJW front around those whose politics are their religious dogma. Go home and bone the old lady and tell her how simple LBM and a little psyhcology allows you into the confidences of those you wish to crush and/or co-opt. Finally when that becomes nomain/nomos switch it up and become a rabid SJW PC line toeing ubermensch. Fuck you SJW's, you're the new Jehovah's witnesses. Use any and all options to not be a pawn in another's ploy for glory and notoriety, possibly using a passive aggressive stance build up said person and when most convenient, and amusing to you, drop your "superior" on his head. Because screwing with a djinn is some kind of sin.


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#111514 - 02/25/17 11:51 PM Re: The Rise of The New World [Re: duhsquidbilly]
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What concerns me is the Veruca Salt nature of millennials. I'm afraid the extent of the ubermensch SJW is to piss themselves with idle bitching until they lose interest when a more shiny cause comes along.  It's just a lot of noise, and I think the "superior" is the NON-GMO project.

Most of them are harmless broken invalids still pissed off about high school.

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#111520 - 02/27/17 01:36 PM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: Sargeist]
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Inherent to nature will any animal, when faced with danger, opt for a protectionist and closed stance.

The current political evolution, the current "shift" in attitude, has to do with people generally pulling up their walls because they see the danger heading straight for them.

We're in a period, after 2-3 international economical crashes, where people wake up and start seeing the flaws and weaknesses in the established order. The modern world is putting up its walls to strengthen itself. Hence the reason why (alt-)right is gaining so much momentum worldwide. It offers a protectionist stance that promises safety (the fulfillment is a whole other thing).

We'll survive. Such shifts happen regularly. It only has been a while since the last one occurred.

Just be sure you have the skills to safe your own skin... it shouldn't be that hard when walking down this particular path.
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#111532 - 02/28/17 03:24 PM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: Sargeist]
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 Originally Posted By: Sargeist
But is it?


Yes. The end of one thing is always the beginning of The Next. The Wheel turns irregardless of you or me. This is Satanism in a nutshell, my friend.

Ain't no sech word as irregardless. Muhfuh.


Edited by Fnord (02/28/17 07:31 PM)
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#111542 - 03/01/17 09:52 AM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: Sargeist]
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 Originally Posted By: Sarge
In light of this, there are people who promote a return to traditional living


I think the real question to ask yourself is how much if/any influence do they have over your perception?

Do you really see the world as a dangerous place? Or do you long for shit to pop-off?

Another thing to consider is this: Get out from behind the apron of your family to see what you're really made of. Then, and only then can you determine how much danger you're really in.
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#111567 - 03/02/17 05:49 PM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: SIN3]
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People are tiring of the "progressive"(lol) left and all the hippy dippy touchy feely goo that comes with it.

Of course the only logical reaction is PANIC.
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#111570 - 03/02/17 06:55 PM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: Dan_Dread]
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I've always seen the world as a dangerous place. I grew up with not much stability or security and always felt vulnerable. But! This also led me to vigilance and to strengthen myself.

I still see the world as a dangerous place. But I also trust in my ability to survive, so am less afraid (a little fear keeps you vigilant).
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#111679 - 03/09/17 05:59 AM Re: The Collapse of the Modern World. [Re: ShadowLover]
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 Originally Posted By: ShadowLover
I've always seen the world as a dangerous place. I grew up with not much stability or security and always felt vulnerable. But! This also led me to vigilance and to strengthen myself.

I still see the world as a dangerous place. But I also trust in my ability to survive, so am less afraid (a little fear keeps you vigilant).

Pretty much, same thoughts here.

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