"Pay my troops no mind; they're just on a fact-finding mission."

The Battle at Kruger

Showing the power of fanaticism, loyalty and guts.  A good video for nationalists.

8 responses to “The Battle at Kruger

  1. mindweapon September 4, 2012 at 2:14 pm

    This is THE video for nationalists. Adult whites are the adult buffalo, the baby is White children being preyed upon by the people who control mass media and junk food and public education.

    Our children are being destroyed by the System as surely as that baby buffalo is being torn apart by lions.

  2. Eric Patton September 4, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    I’m curious, both of you know about the inherent racial tensions humans have against each other. We’ve seen this behavior in animals and even plants, things with similar DNA usually give their own kind preferential treatment.

    We’re already blocking the creation of proteins by interfering with RNA, what happens when people start somatic gene therapy? We’re literally going to be creating new races, likely with even a larger skill divide than we see with any of the current ones. What happens then? Will you accept black people if they alter their genome or change protein synthesis, effectively becoming “white”?

    Also, have you determined any genetic criteria for figuring out who is white? Obviously you’re going to be using European Haplogroups, but which ones?

    • Giovanni Dannato September 4, 2012 at 3:45 pm

      From WN writings I gather someone tolerably “white” is someone who can be a productive citizen within a Germanic, Anglo-Saxon culture.
      I’ve never really seen them say anything bad about “model minorities” like East Asians unless they’re specifically brought in as foreign nationals to fill domestic STEM jobs. Indeed, they seem to admire the unity and homogeneity of East Asian ethnic groups.

      If black people became more productive within a social order they found acceptable through the intervention of genetic engineering, I imagine they’d have to revise their opinion because black people would no longer be “black” in any way they’ve come to understand it.

      As far as I know, and correct me if I’m wrong, gentlemen, WNs have no model so far as I know to deal with the obsoletion of a white race as we know it through the application of genetic engineering.

      The impression I’ve gotten so far: They can easily imagine a regression from a “white” Germanic civilization, but they do not readily imagine something better.

      There’s another thing I’m not quite clear on: where do millions of white lower proles who are very demographically similar to black people fit into the WN agenda? Do they? Are they in fact “white” in any meaningful sense?
      I’ve never yet seen any mention of them on WN sites except as potentially useful foot soldiers.

    • Ryu September 4, 2012 at 5:26 pm

      Ha ha. The eternal question.

      Many are wayyyyy too optimistic with genetics. Got a ways to go before those things become relevent. Unless the government is doing all this real biological research on the sly, which they probably are.

      That would make a great COC post – secret government research on human cloning, transgenics, designer babies and so on.

      We might put the same questions to the affirmative action, equal opporunity crowd, or perhaps the Indian tribes. Can I insert some Navajo genes, become a member of the tribe and get a check? Can I insert some Negro genes and get preferrential admission to med school?

      WN has a good distance to go before we need to get into fine arguments about who is white. There are many good WN geneticists who may spend their time on that when it’s proper. Until then, we’ll just say anyone who doesn’t get affirmative action, who isn’t preferentially hired by the US government, and if assaulted by a flashmob the story isn’t covered.

      • Eric Patton September 4, 2012 at 6:18 pm

        People are optimistic mainly because the technology is riding an exponential curve, the sequencing cost and experimenting costs are getting pretty cheap. Most of the growth is being driven by computing power, as well as new algorithms.

        The field of biochemistry/biophysics isn’t terribly large though and requires a lot of training. 25,000ish people for the general field, but the specialties are much smaller when you cut out people doing basic drug research and plant manipulation. Unless they have cradle to grave education facilities, I don’t see why word of advanced technology wouldn’t of spread around by now.

        Is affirmative action or medschool going to be relevant when we can accelerate intelligence and have access to all of their tools?

      • Ryu September 4, 2012 at 7:40 pm

        I’m not super optimistic on science anymore. I used to be; it was my religion.

        There’s a whole industry called “bioethics” which essentially holds back progress in biology. I’ve never seen so much regulation and if the computer industry had something similar it would never have taken off.

        I remember watching the Jetsons in the 80s. What a disappointment 30 years later. I remember the dreams of the 19th century – ending poverty, wireless electricity, world peace, eliminating hunger, etc etc. When the American Medical Association declared that anabolic steroids didn’t work. When the Chevy Volt disappeared.

        I believe in human nature and the dollar. I know about the singularity, Ray Kurzweil and all of that. Things always seem to take much longer than imagined.

      • Eric Patton September 5, 2012 at 1:30 am

        Quite a few people have been getting into AI for that reason, fewer rules so far.

        It’s not terribly difficult to get just about any common drugs you want, in any purity you desire through various channels. But that doesn’t cover all the new drugs we don’t see because they never make it to trials. Most of the official agencies are extremely risk averse, they aren’t built to look at the opportunity costs of not getting new drugs and treatments out. Mostly it means they have to spend more time looking for alternatives, like they did with the switch from embryonic stem cells to skin stem cells.

        Right now the goal is to try to simulate the interactions to avoid the legal issues:

        There’s a lot of different personalities in the Singularity social group, but distribution has always been Kurzweil’s biggest flaw. He’s good at getting close to the state-of-the-art, but that doesn’t always match price and performance to make it practical, like with Aerogel.

  3. Giovanni Dannato September 4, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    I thought from the title that this would be some kind of historical video about the Voortrekkers rather than a viral safari video. Hmmm.

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