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Davis M.J. Aurini
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NatSoc is an attempt at recreating monarchy through demorcracy.  A monarchy reaches towards the divine as the source of societal order - the monarch is subject to God, and so-on down the hierarchy.  Each person is trying to emulate their betters, to become better themselves.

NatSoc aspires to the ideal of the ubermensch, but inevitably - because it's foundation is based upon the democratic vote - the ubermensch must be a figure which the proles can understand.  Look at the decay within our own culture; The Ten Commandments had Charleston Heston playing a true alpha in it, while the "alphas" we have today are cartoonified versions of what a real man looks like.

The proles don't have the capacity to truly understand their betters, anymore than a dog can understand its master.  When they become the arbiters of culture, the culture inevitably declines into base masculinity masquerading as true virtue.
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And that is really sad. I just watched in Holy Week some Jesus and Moses movies, namely the Passion and Ten Commandments. Jesus and Moses both portrayed as real men. Sad nowadays that this is no longer the case with modern cinema. We got funny guys, tough guys, nice guys, playboys, but not real alpha men. They now mistake alpha males for the jock or coach who abuses his team in sports when they screw up.
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Lol yup. Bryce Laliberte, Moe, Jokeocracy, AntiDemBlog, Free Northerner, Assimitov, etc. Surprisingly active community, had to take a break because... life. Could spend hours talking with those guys about structure, theory/fact etc.
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I'm back with a new podcast; you can be whatever you want to be, folks:
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The French Revolution marked the beginning of the reign of the psychopaths.
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"Evolve or die." Did get tired of the same whining articles. The Rational Male and Bachelor Pad Economics though are great book takeaways from following the movement alongside political lines.
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I guess I was more of a man than my spouse. I grabbed my things and left his drunk, abusive ass with the house and all. No, I'm not a whore. I'm not for sale and cannot be bought. But, just a question; have you ever been married?
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The podcast's late, but twice the length, with @jordanowen42: Leaving Babylon
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I checked this Knox lady out. She does have serious issues. She needs to stop doing porn and see a therapist as quickly as possible. Her experience was extremely demeaning, especially the comment on her scars. Im sure, given enough time people will regain respect for her, but she has to start putting in the effort to improve herself and process her pain and get over her negative self image. Feminism is not going to help her and neither are her so called "sisters" who allowed her to go do this without protest. I am also laying blame in her parents as well. Even with that, she should make better choices regarding her name and identity and who she associates with. Sexuality will only take her so far in life and given her relative inexperience, she will be taken advantage of and probably not realize until life has taken a heavy toll on her in lost opportunities or other negative aspects. She can start by releasing an article saying she is accountable for her actions and she will be checking into a therapist as soon as possible. I am sure the university has resources to help her at reduced cost. I hope she does not throw her life away on this stuff, she still has time to turn her life around if she takes accountability and gets the help she needs with her issues.
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