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The neoreaction / dark enlightenment
11-22-2013, 02:45 PM
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The neoreaction / dark enlightenment
A diagram of the network.

I have been involved in the neoreaction for several years, but my only knowledge of the CT community comes from this board. I am surprised by the many parallels between the two movements--e.g., what the CT community calls "the NWO" the neoreaction calls "the Cathedral"-- and believe that many of you will find the following blogs interesting.

In matrix terminology (which is quite common in the reactosphere):

Blue pill: Democracy
Red pill: Neocameralism
Principle blog: Unqualified Reservations

Blue pill: Feminism
Red pill: Game / PUA theory
Principle blog: Chateau Heartiste

Blue pill: Anti-racism
Red pill: Human biodiversity (HBD)
Principle blogs: Steve Sailer, Gene expression

Blue pill: Holocaustianity
Red pill: Judaism as group evolutionary strategy
Principle blog: The Occidental Observer

Blue pill: Blank-Slatism
Red pill: Evolutionary psychology, congitive biases
Principle blogs: Overcoming Bias, Less Wrong

Blue pill: Keynesian economics
Red pill: Austrian economics
Principle blog: von Mises
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11-22-2013, 02:49 PM
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RE: The neoreaction / dark enlightenment
yes. I think CTism is just reality observation using non-jargonistic terminology.

so you're basically showing the 2 poles of the hegelian dialectic with the blue/red pill thing right?

CTists are very familiar with the Hegelian control model. as long as you are extreme they like you. I actually think some far right movements are covertly funded by the establishment left.
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11-22-2013, 02:54 PM
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11-22-2013, 03:04 PM
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RE: The neoreaction / dark enlightenment
(11-22-2013 02:49 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  yes. I think CTism is just reality observation using non-jargonistic terminology.

so you're basically showing the 2 poles of the hegelian dialectic with the blue/red pill thing right?

CTists are very familiar with the Hegelian control model. as long as you are extreme they like you. I actually think some far right movements are covertly funded by the establishment left.

Yes. I was going to write thesis - antithesis, but opted for blue pill - red pill because of the implication that the blue pill is deceptive fantasy, whereas the red pill is true but disturbing.

The matrix seems more appropriate than Hegel for these ideologies. Either Chinese are genetically better at math than blacks--and men better at math than women--or they are not. It is a religious dogma of the Cathedral that they are not, but the truth is that they are. We do not arrive at this truth through synthesis, but by rejecting the lies we are subjected to from birth.
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11-22-2013, 03:09 PM
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I am reading the intro of Bryce Laliberte's book now.

He starts off with:

"the history of the world is the history of catholicism"

yep at least for a large part of the world this is true. this is why I talk about catholicism. people think it's weird but it's true. you cannot understand the world without understanding Catholicism and the heretical movements that sought to undermine it.

I think Catholicism is one of the most flexible religions out there and is actually the most open to criticism.
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11-22-2013, 03:15 PM
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this is a very good definition of catholicism.

Quote:The missionary history of the [Catholic] Church clearly shows her adaptability to all races, all continents, all nations. In her liturgy and her art, in her tradition and the forming of her doctrine, naturally enough she includes Jewish elements, but also elements that are of pagan origin. In certain respects, she has copied her organization from that of the Roman Empire, has preserved and made fruitful the philosophical intuitions of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, borrowed from both Barbarians and the Byzantine Roman Empire—but always remains herself, thoroughly digesting all elements drawn from external sources...In her laws, her ceremonies, her festivals and her devotions, she makes use of local customs after purifying them and "baptizing" them.

it is the ultimate synthesizer.. it takes everything in without being a hodge podge or gumbo.
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11-22-2013, 03:18 PM
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(11-22-2013 03:09 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  I am reading the intro of Bryce Laliberte's book now.

He starts off with:

"the history of the world is the history of catholicism"

yep at least for a large part of the world this is true. this is why I talk about catholicism. people think it's weird but it's true. you cannot understand the world without understanding Catholicism and the heretical movements that sought to undermine it.

I think Catholicism is one of the most flexible religions out there and is actually the most open to criticism.

The fact that the Cathedral / NWO constantly attacks Catholicism convinced me that it is worthy of support. Mencius Moldbug's (author of "Unqualified Reservations") thesis is that modern progressivism is a form of protestantism which evolved to a non-theistic form in order to spread more effectively. The competing thesis in the reactosphere is that it is the result of Jewish ethnic activism. In this case, I believe that Hegel applies: the truth lies in the synthesis.
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11-22-2013, 03:22 PM
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A prominent CTist called Kerry bolton said that the pre vatican 2 catholic church probably holds the keys to counteracting the NWO.

no Ctist is worth taking very seriously if they don't bring up the Catholicism angle.

that is my opinion.

the catholic church is the old world order.. if you claim to be against the new world order.. you at least would have to be sympathetic to some aspects of the old world order.
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11-22-2013, 03:26 PM
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(11-22-2013 03:22 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  A prominent CTist called Kerry bolton said that the pre vatican 2 catholic church probably holds the keys to counteracting the NWO.

no Ctist is worth taking very seriously if they don't bring up the Catholicism angle.

that is my opinion.

the catholic church is the old world order.. if you claim to be against the new world order.. you at least would have to be sympathetic to some aspects of the old world order.

What is your opinion of the Eastern Orthodox church? To me, they seem less corrupt and more demanding / hardcore than the Catholic church.
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11-22-2013, 03:27 PM
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Quote:thesis is that modern progressivism is a form of protestantism which evolved to a non-theistic form in order to spread more effectively.

this is true. Martin Luther was an occultic rosicrucian. THe liberals and protestant christianity have a lot of similarities. John Gray's book "black mass" goes into this.

Protestants , just like modern day liberals both are aligned in trying to take down and subvert the catholic church.

protestants are also aligned with Zionism and Freemasonry.
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11-22-2013, 03:31 PM
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I think modern day liberals are just atheistic versions of protestants. they lost the faith in god, but sublimated that radical proselytizing fervor into human rights, feminism etc.

like protestant missionaries, they seek to convert others and are dogmatic.

i have been approached dozens of times in my life by protestants.. not once has a catholic tried to convert me.
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11-22-2013, 03:32 PM
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(11-22-2013 03:26 PM)KötGödel Wrote:  
(11-22-2013 03:22 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  A prominent CTist called Kerry bolton said that the pre vatican 2 catholic church probably holds the keys to counteracting the NWO.

no Ctist is worth taking very seriously if they don't bring up the Catholicism angle.

that is my opinion.

the catholic church is the old world order.. if you claim to be against the new world order.. you at least would have to be sympathetic to some aspects of the old world order.

What is your opinion of the Eastern Orthodox church? To me, they seem less corrupt and more demanding / hardcore than the Catholic church.

i also think they are more legit, however they lack the sophistication of the catholic intellectuals. also they seem less interested in power politics than the Catholic Church.

but yeah I like Eastern Orthodox.. i put them in the same anti-nwo group as preV2 catholicism, Confucianism etc.

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11-22-2013, 03:35 PM
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Quote:Blue pill: Keynesian economics
Red pill: Austrian economics

yeah. socialism for the masses.. free market for the rich.

both poles are useful for the elite. this is why they keep both of them around.

westerners tend to extremity of thought. the only western types that don't do this are catholics.

that impresses me. they are matching with the asian mind.
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11-22-2013, 03:42 PM
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(11-22-2013 03:35 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
Quote:Blue pill: Keynesian economics
Red pill: Austrian economics

yeah. socialism for the masses.. free market for the rich.

both poles are useful for the elite. this is why they keep both of them around.

westerners tend to extremity of thought. the only western types that don't do this are catholics.

that impresses me. they are matching with the asian mind.

In the universities I've attended, multiple courses were offered in Marxist economics, but none in Austrian economics. You were an economics major--did you observe the same? The establishment goes out of its way to blacklist Austrian school supporter Ron Paul and ridicules anyone who questions the utility or consitutionality of the Federal Reserve. Do you believe that the establishment intentionally keeps the Austrian school around?

From what I've observed, they would end it in a heart-beat if they could.
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11-22-2013, 03:46 PM
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I believe some schools cover something like the austrian side like the Chicago school.

of course UCB leaned heavily towards Keynesian.

i believe they cover the socialist side more because more people need to be indoctrinated into it.

however they keep austrians/chicago school around as well.. Chicago is where a lot of the policy makers are from.

i believe it is an intentional extreme left/right dialectic.

the catholic church is slightly left on economic issues and slightly right for social issues. this is absolutely the most dangerous for the controllers. at the same time.. they are the spiritual protectors of capitalism.. capitalism is aligned with free will.. god cannot judge mind controlled marxist lackeys.
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