Friday, March 30, 2018

"Does Writing Have a Future?" [unfinished draft]

What is the difference between watching a video and reading a book or article? What is the difference between learning from the two mediums?

D.W. Grifftn once said that film would replace the written word and libraries would be on-demand computers where film would be at our disposal. Yes, we now have YouTube.

But have people learned anything from these formats? I causally watch youtube from my iPad, and have I retained much of the images I passively observed. In fact, what is the information I am consuming?

I was at my community college library signing up for Japanese 101 again, and I grew a nostalgic feeling for the library that I was in. I remember I use to spend my study time getting lost in the library and avoiding homework. It was almost like a “live-action” internet website. I remember trying to get into Arts and Letters daily, but it turned out the entire website is for baby-boomer professionals. In the library, I could just pick up the latest issue of National Review, read H.L Menckens diary, read a collection of Issac Asimov stories, or discover a new book that might spark my interest. I remember reading a book about Richard Wagner’s antisemitism while my friends would talk to me in the library. Those were good days of my youth, where I took care of my brain and spent my time in education wisely. Now, I have graduated, and I earned the shallow piece of paper degree, “English and Communications.” If there was one thing I did not pick up when I ws 21, is that knowledge is not an accomplishment. It is a struggle, like lifting weights to grow bigger muscles. My parents told me nothing about this. My brother didn’t know either. It’s like I spent five years of my life locked up in a prison sentence full of knowledge that could benefit me. But did I learn any wisdom from this? No. I had to learn wisdom from social outings, which college does not give.

Much can be said about reading books. I am losing my vision as I grow older. Books do not help my vision, but hurt my eyes. Smartphone technology is smooth on the eyes, and encourages better readers. I am in favor of education liberation across the internet. It’s true that the internet has replaced academia. Liberal society realizes an “educated” mass of people cannot enlighten society. Some values, like book culture, vinyl culture, and steampunk fashion is becoming obsolete. Post-postmodern society is accelerating because technology is making our lives more progressive.

But back to the real question, I should I spend my time reading more physical books than viewing youtube? Already I spend my time writing, making music, and listening to great albums (like movies without visuals). If I took time out to read a book a month, or two a month, could I gain some new perspective in life. It’s just not possible to read every single book out there. Henry Rollins once said he was angry he could not read every book he saw at the book store (what a flaming liberal).

Not everyone is an “intellectual.” Liberal society wants to “uplift” every individual to the standard of a philosophy professor. Already we see anti-SJW Youtubers and the skeptic community. Academia does not control this. At the same time, normal people with no intentions of aiming for anything greater in life, become ideologues for the cultural marxist regime. They get out of college with a degree in English and work in a cubicle for Wal-mart. Did reading Derrida liberate their existence? No.

There is the normie class, and there is an elite class. Intellects are born, not made.

Normies still have the audacity to role-play their degrees (girls do this a lot). This is the superficial nature of our society. The youth has been corrupted.

…So should I read a book? it’s a maybe. I will pick one up and scan the words. There are books that have changed the way I think about things. I am looking to read a book that could change my perspective on life.

I may have an IQ limit. I’m not so sure that I could gain more knowledge as I get older. Maybe that is wrong. I could possibly learn a new language within a decade. …But then there’s atrophy.

If school taught me anything, I was looking into a mirror that looked right back at me. I am alone. And this society lies to me that I should be dependent on others. I am in my own jail sentence without my will. There is no outside help that can get my out of this prison. So like many other suburban millinials, I suffer. Where should I go?

No one told me rules about life. My parents have failed me. This society is becoming more transhumanist as we all plea for help.

Is anyone out there?

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Queerness, Homonationalism, and Post-Liberalism

There are a few individuals in the far right that are gay. All of them are quiet about it. Milo Yiannopoulos once stood out as being the alt-right faggot. Not anymore.

Gays in the far-right are an extroverted class. No one online proclaims themselves as “the gay alt-right guy.” But when you meet these guys at weirdo events, I’m sure they are happy to tell you how gay they are (and how cool it is).

Personally, I have met five closeted homos in the far-right sphere. Note: not “alt-right” scene. Right-wing gays are perhaps the most intellectual of all right-wing thinkers. It’s like being a monk. Women are sexual demons, and these sensitive men are favoring the bond of intellectualism.

Alisdair Clarke was one of the only esoteric gay people in the far-right, and did a good job fighting for a new Männerbund homosexuality. I will repeat, there is an esoteric reason for being gay in the far-right.

Death in June anyone?

But let’s get to the bottom of this. You are a snowflake for being in the alt-right.

I don’t want to hear how cool you are for hanging out with James Allsup, attending Unite The Right, and keeping up with the latest Murdoch Murdoch cartoons. Chances are, you’re a special individual. You’re a typical millennial. Your life depends on being special.

And that’s exactly what queerness is about.

Being “queer” does not mean having a deviant sexuality. A few decades ago, if you were some avant-garde beatnik into Ellsworth Kelly and Richard Williams, you were strange. You had feelings against the “squares” and the normative society. If only things were more about freedom of expression and complete liberalism.

The next thing you know, NAMBLA supporters, promiscuous flower children, and punk rockers all hijacked the word “queer.”

Face it. You are in the alt-right because you want to be strange yourself. It’s what empowers you. Your life is like a Steven Universe drama. This is the true meaning behind queerness.

Yet some have the audacity (and stubbornness) of thinking that being homosexual and associating with a movement that would literally throw them in an oven is not wrong at all.

…I know all you fags love the attention. You love this paradox. It makes your traumas more justified and your personality spicier.

Keith Haring would once plaster New York with his “Go Home Clones,” graffiti, because he believed there were “clone” gays and authentic ones. He apparently believed he was the authentic one (or so he thought).

Young people are in a high-school preening contest. And all of you homonationalist want a world without globalism just to sound cool. You know that being gay is a white virtue. You don’t want black cock, small Asian cock, or foreign cock that is scary (It feels like rape, I know). You want nice, ethical and charming white cock. You know if there are no more white people, there is no more gay culture. You are homosexuals that discriminate in favor of daddy rape fantasies, dressed in Nazi uniforms.

You get high off this stuff.

…But you’re also an anti-liberal.

We can all agree we hate SJWs. We hate our baby boomer parents. We want a world without public education teaching about the holocaust. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

So that is the narrative for all normies in the alt-right, isn’t it?” You see, the glacier gets deeper.

The left is all about progressive stacking, that is, letting the black tranny speak first. And how ironic is it, when the new “based” gay guy will make a new progressive stacking technique for all the far-right to see. “How about we let the cis-gendered white man speak first! Then let us cool faggots speak at a private invite-only freemason event. You wouldn’t think of us as normal gay people, because we are all about making society normal in favor of protecting our own queerness!

Blaire White, a right-wing tranny, is only saying the things he says for fame. Just like how XXXtentacion, Lil Pump, Liluzivert, Slim Jesus, and other Soundcloud rappers get into their own drama.

Google forces us to appreciate some bizarre artist every other day on their front “Google doodle” page to make even the dumbest normie feel enlightened. Some on the esoteric far-right are hard at work trying to dig up snowflakes that have been buried in the past for being too fringy (Miguel Serrano, Savitri Devi, Julius Evola). Is this good? Or is just another hipster outlet of finding “that really good record?”

Imagine one day, in 2050, when the new elite have Camille Paglia as a Google doodle.

If the millennial generation is defined by a trait, it is that we are a generation of hipsters, whether we admit this or not. Young people only care about impressing their social peers. It’s cool to be the black guy, asian girl, tranny, or gay guy in the far-right.

Oh well, Orwell! What have we gotten ourselves into?

I strongly believe that there needs to be a party for open far-right homosexuals. They have remained in closet because it is now actually “cool” to be a closet faggot again. However, it’s only “cool” to let the normie white guy speak, and ironically let the underground gay guys be hipsters again. Gay people always feel like outsiders (just like you, dear reader). This is the snowflake mentality.

I dare you! Take a step out of the closet and create a gay party for the far-right. Identity politics is inevitable. If human bio-diversity and the philosophy of Martin Heidegger is to flourish, then I suggest we end all white lies (pun intended). Truth lies in authenticity. Inauthentic people beat their wife and cheat on them (Matthew Heimbach).

The far-right in the coming decades will morph into cultural fascism, and all inner city hipsters will create a new “fashy” subculture. And it will be full of “poz,” contradicting that the introverted alt-right hates.

We can keep our unique homonationalism, but let us admit to the fact that we are all queer people, wishing to overthrow the neoliberal elite. If you can imagine a right-wing version of The Wild Boys: A Book of The Dead, so be it.