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The internet allows types of people to find one another and gather wherever they’re from. Always before, people have assorted by families and clans they are born into, by ethnic groups and race.  These groups have always been bound by certain limits of geography.

The information age has revealed there are very finite limits to traditional social organization.  Families always have black sheep who don’t fit in.  Races and ethnic groups are most meaningful in contrast with alien peoples.  The average person of an ethnic group competes at least as much as they cooperate with their own people.

Worse, families, clans, and ethnic groups are complete ecosystems with predators, prey, and parasites.  Even siblings ruthlessly compete for resources and the runt of the litter gets thrown out in the cold.  Modernity could not have been so divisive so quickly if a multitude of people did not wish to escape from the equilibria they were born into the instant they had the hope of a better option.  This is why restoration of an older order is hopeless absent some kind of cataclysmic collapse that takes billions of lives with it.

The answer to modernity is neuro-tribalism.  The black sheep and the runts of every litter of similar breeds find one another and form associations.  People come in a range of neurotypes and certain people are simply on the same wavelength.  They think in a certain rhythm, see the world in a certain way.  It’s almost like an extended mind that for many even an extended family has never offered in this atomized society.

Even on perfectly anonymous internet forums, one cannot fake their personality for long.  Any woman who goes into the manosphere lasts maybe a few posts before everyone knows she’s a woman, even though they’ve never seen her.  Patterns of writing and thought betray sex, race, and class as readily as a picture of one’s face.

An aethereum of written words alone can lead to face-to-face meetings and these meetings further distill new identities of compatible types of people.

While the internet is new, game-breaking revolutions in communication are not.  The printing press and mass literacy doomed the old order of hereditary aristocracy and the entrenched clergy.  The telegraph, railroad, radio, telephone, and finally the television made larger nation-states and larger wars possible and doomed the last trappings of the old world.  The internet makes our present aristocracy obsolete, a reality that is in the process of making itself felt.  Banning and censorship were tried during previous information revolutions with much more vigor than now, but it never quite worked.  There were always at least a few elites willing to defect for the chance to screw all the other elites.
Hence, we had noblemen who were willing to shield Martin Luther (a result of a critical mass being able to read the bible for themselves) to further their own geopolitical interests.

The secular state religion is much weaker than Christianity ever was and will shed followers at the slightest sign of weakness.  It seems indomitable now but is in danger of falling apart forever in a few short years after just a few decades of predominance.  Those who revile Nazis as the devil in their religion will no more have a thousand year rule than the Nazis did.

By Giovanni Dannato

In 1547 I was burnt at the stake in Rome for my pernicious pamphlet proclaiming that the heavens were not filled with a profusion of aether, but rather an extensive vacuum.
Now, the phlogiston that composed my being has re-manifested centuries in the future so that I may continue the task that was inconveniently disrupted so long ago.
Now, I live in Rome on the very street where I (and others) were publicly burnt. To this day, the street is known as what I would translate as 'Heretic's Way'. My charming residence is number 6 on this old road. Please, do come inside and pay me a visit; I should be delighted to spew out endless pedagoguery to one and all...

3 replies on “Neuro-Tribalism”

They have some portions of this now or are working on doing so right now with various rates of completion. Much more functionality is coming. One of the best uses of your dollars and time might be to give money to these to push them forward. Not necessarily in any order.

I2P Invisible Internet Project

Slow but with very good security. Useful now. Messages passed will be almost impossible to find who sent them. You can put your own site online on your computer and serve it and it would very difficult to find where it was and who’s site. It has a GREAT BitTorrent system that while slow,(it doesn’t have near as many people as a normal torrent), it is great for TV, music, books, Movies and etc. It has a permanent storage system kind of sorta like zeronet but it really a pain in the ass to set up. There’s talk of using zeronet and IPFS in I2P. That would be a huge winner I think. You could have an anonymous site totally encrypted. I wouldn’t say no one could ever find where it was but it would be extremely difficult and would take big resources.

So even if they try to stop the free speech unleashed by the internet…it’s not going to work. The internet is routing around them. It”s going to take a while before these things are really easy to use. Most have a few steps to set up but as they come online they will get better and better.

It spreads a website, file or whatever you upload across several computers like torrents in BitTorrent. It works now. I’ve looked at it a little and most seems to work ok but I haven’t figured it out completely. It has (TOR) a anonymous layer that you can add on so that you have a good deal of anonymity. I wouldn’t plan a military action on it but it fine for discussing most things. The good thing is each person using a site can “pin” it. This means it saves the site to their drive and you will become a server to many others. With a lot of people servinga site it can be SUPER FAST. Much like BitTorrent a bunch of little servers all spread out can be way faster than even the best big monolithic server serving web pages or other information. Far faster than a normal good server. We can’t then be turned off unless they kill the internet altogether. Our servers will be faster than the big companies because they want control in one spot. This applies to most all the services I’m listing.

Inter Planetary File System

Sort of like zeronet. Not as far along as zeronet. I like this one. It’s a basic system that can be extended. It’s also somewhat like I2P in that it’s a replacement for the basic internet we have now.


Like IPFS but much, much more ambitious. It is a combination of a network like IPFS but with encryption and their own currency system, sort of like bitcoin to finance it. It’s an all up solution that has a network like IPFS but IPFS concentrates on just the network and leaves add-ons to others MaidSafe or the safe network has all in one basket encryption, file sharing and a lot of other stuff all together.


The first. Slow, very slow, (gets faster over time), but you can anonymously put up a web site and if people like it it will be continuously saved. Hard to find who put what up or whose reading what. Not impossible but very difficult.

There’s also quite a few more of these that do various things these I listed do.

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