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___ -- () ^ () THE IDENTITARIAN PUBLICATION () ^ () -- ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ {{ written by wirespeak, late sept. 06-early feb. 07. abridged version of original manuscript. best viewed with firefox }} _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ + Babel of Conscience + _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ << I. t h e a f t e r p a r t y >> Section 1 - Beginning, from a Personal Standpoint . . . Section 2 - Domino Effect of Stress . . . Section 3 - Planned Education . . . Section 4 - Cycle of Revenge and Retaliation . . . Section 5 - Foresight and Hindsight _______________________ << II. t h e p a r t y >> Section 6 - What is Meant by Self-interest? . . . Section 7 - Regarding My Self-interest (^Culture^ Commentary) . . . Section 8 - Incentive . . . Section 9 - Criticism of World War V . . . Section 10 . . . Section 11 - Political Violence . . . Section 12 - Identitarianism and the World . . . Section 13 - Self-interest and Incentive Summed Up _______________________ << III. t h e a f t e r - a f t e r p a r t y >> . . . Section 14 - Where the Self-interest Model *Actually* Came From . . . Section 15 - Defending the Marilyn Manson trilogy . . . Section 16 - The Fascism of Sexuality . . . Section 17 - The Fascism of Ideology . . . Section 18 - Just This (Defining Foreign Policy) = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = < < < I. t h e a f t e r p a r t y > > > SECTION 1 - BEGINNING, FROM A PERSONAL STANDPOINT Don’t worry if you’ve stumbled upon this page. It's all good. Unless you really HATE reading well, my regrets. (+ + _ _ _ _ _ HINT: Too much to read? Skip to the very, very end _ _ _ _ _ ) I have no one to talk to, so public statements are made here. And you can think of me as either A) a weirdo/sick-and-perverted/mentally ill person or B) at least a MySpace member who's different for a change. ~~~~~~~ Identitarianism did not drop out of the sky one day. I had alllllll summer to develop and hone my skills. It just happened I created a MySpace presence some time ago. More edits are still to come. And Identitarianism is not "Wirespeakism"; I am in no God's way forcing ANYONE to embrace even a single MINISCULE of the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC. Or that "juvenile vulgarian" Fred Durst. To answer that MySpace blurb "About Me", I can say my life is governed and lived by a system I have created. All on my own. Identitarianism is a certain form of ~individualism~. = = = D E F I N I T I O N It's just a blueprint for how you should *buy* things and how you should ^work^. A certain type of lifestyle. = = = About likes... and dislikes. Love ... and hate. Now my tastes have changed-- from reading about sports to terrorists to the Catholic Church (as I once considered the seminary, i.e. the Benedictines). From listening to Tupac Shakur and Nirvana to fishing and playing “Soul Caliber.” Very gradually through out the 2000s, I’ve built my likes into what they are today. I'm not here to be a missionary and force YOU to think: what Wirespeak likes is supreme and all other cultures, whether it be Death Cab for Cutie or Kanye West, should be ethnically cleansed like Kosovo. Or that playing beer pong, going clubbing, buying a Nintendo Wii, clothes-shopping should be sent to Kukes, Albania. That's what I THINK, not what YOU THINK. It's up to YOU to do whatever YOU want to LIKE. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 2 - DOMINO EFFECT OF STRESS Living in the interconnectedness of capitalism means a person who's stressed out puts stress on another person to release that stress. Being connected to banks, creditors, health insurance rates, friends, family, and so on. Stressed out people at work watch entertainers for relief and the celebrities get swarmed by the paparazzi. I can't stand VH1 in 2006. Of all the channels I'm boycotting, that one is maybe no.1 on my list. But I realized I couldn't blame them-- they had to switch to their all-tabloid format in 2002 because of ratings. Princess Di's death in 1997 was a Neville Chamberlain moment for this problem. For instance, why did Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa in 1998 get front page attention and coverage on the homeless or health care or African debt didn't? You know the answer, and I was getting bored and sick of those Monica jokes too. Desperate Americans and escapism. Why do Americans move into those ridiculous McMansions? Those houses with too many bathrooms in the exurbs? To enjoy the weekend as much as possible and get away from reminders of work. The weekend is becoming more and more treasured as the office experience gets more dreaded. Common sense. But don't tell the Mexican migrant workers that they have more lumber to work with (and less time to build a family in America + make sure Mexican youths don't resort to crime). Don't tell the cable company that they to spend more time so the household gets 200 channels on their TV. _____________________________________________________ ______ Don't tell the teenage grocery store workers that their shifts are extended and they have less time to hang out because all the households need to provide for their grocery bills. I know these scenarios are bit of a stretch + may be *exaggerated*, but I think I get my point across. Fundamentally, experiences at work or school drive tastes in leisure or free time. Here's a short way to put it. If people's experience in work and at home were different, there may be a different demand for paparazzi publications as a stress-relieving escape. But in a broader sense, the more interconnectedness between people, abetted by improved technology and communications, the more easily and readily stress can be ^spread^. ~Increasing~ the amount of contacts will make more negative interactions, disillusionment, hostilities, and war. In those interactions, wanting to impose views and not accepting sensitive differences in others is intolerance. One bad action, a *sin*, by a person upon another makes that victim want to relieve his pain by using someone else. And this continues ever so more for humanity. That species has come a long way from being the most remote and disconnected of hunter-gatherers, as humans had been for almost all of their time on Earth. From spears and rocks in a village to nuclear weapons and plane hijackings around the globe. And as technology changes life, it also changes tradition thus destabilizing what is identity. Some interactions may be positive, but if you have more marriages, you have more divorces as well. Now there is progress in life, but work still needs to be done. There are no lows but not yet highs. Regarding the economy as a whole, the GDP economic growth rate, the level of wages in America have neither went through the roof or have sunk to low levels in the 2000s. Job growth rates since the 2001 recession have stagnated, been practically the same. How long we will keep experiencing the economy as "the new normal?" Meanwhile, the cost of health insurance premiums have yet to have been abated, and the questions of Social Security and Medicare + their weight of the budget continue to be ^unresolved^. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 3 - PLANNED EDUCATION . . . What was on Gutenberg's or Zheng He's resume? What extracurricular activities did Isaac Newton do? Did Dante or Akbar of the Mughals get inspired from studying mid-term exams? Theodore Kaczynski had this good-- even with advances in technology and medicine, I think a God-fearing (and I God-fearing if you were either a Christian or a Muslim in medieval times), productive life of 30 years in the Middle Ages can be better than a make-sure-it- looks-good-on-the-resume-study-for-the-exam-or-meet-the-work deadline-and-have-a-nice-WEEKEND life of 100 years that the 21st century can offer. And don't forget your Botox so you recapture your younger years while living in a post-industrial economy . . . This past July I started to read Kaczynski's work, but I think the problem with his theory is that if we rejected all technology, then we would all be hunter-gathers and fisherman. I believe there is still a place for doctors, lawyers, truck drivers, etc in this world . . . On speaking out on the Unabomber and his Luddite anarcho-primitivism. [Anarchism Worldliness Anarchist] Is that offensive? After all, the 1st Amendment allowing sex and violence in the media created an atmosphere of people tempting me to use alcohol and to party on the weekends growing up. This experience drove me to the brink of insanity as teenager trying to resist those trends from 1996 to 2000. _____________________________________________________ ______ So the 1st Amendment contributed to my pain in the past, now I have the right to use it for my gain for the present . . . The best things of the Industrial Revolution were advances in communication and the exchanging of information so I can learn about the world and experience human emotion without even leaving my home. But these tools should be used wisely. As for better medicine? Well, we all have to die sometime. So it's all about expectations. Dying before 35 is unthinkable now, but some thousand or so years ago, that thought would not carry as much psychological anguish . . . I recall once seeing an Islamic bumper sticker preaching to "worship the creator, not the creations"-- boy did God Himself make that *hard* to do for mankind when the Lord created the Industrial Revolution . . . Identitarianism is on a person by person basis, it's not imposed by a government from the top down but rather by the individual from bottom up . . . it's good to know about science. Like for instance knowing that the introduction of the transistor in the late 1940s and later on integrated circuits help make computer microchips and cable television to be possible for the 20th century. Did 12th grade physics or any college course teach me this basic concept? No, I learned that from a "coffee table" book about the 2000 millennium . . . After all, you take a course from August-December 2006, and when the class is over, you're not supposed to worry about that subject manner anymore for the rest of your life. The performance for school is all for show! To learn from college or high school is to carry out communist Four-Year Plans of fulfilling quotas of exams and essays. But I worked with this very educational system up until I broke out of my teens at age 20. I was indeed a faithful believer in learning from high school and learning from my first 1-2 yrs of college. When I realized learning is meant to be done by one's self, not by somebody else, then the change occurred. So what you do outside of the GOSPLAN is the black market--that's what this is! I have ideas that can improve planned education, unreformed since the 1830s of Horace Mann, but they are too different and out of place from the rest this publication to list. For now. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 4 - CYCLE OF REVENGE AND RETALIATION ___ ___ ___ TIME: You talk a lot about your leadership style, setting the goal and following through. Is there something about that style that is naturally dividing people? BUSH: I guess we'll find out, won't we, in November? But I don't think it's an issue of style. I THINK IT'S AN ISSUE OF THE CULTURE IN WASHINGTON. It's a kind of place where if you are seen trying to reach an agreement with a Democrat, or vice versa, you've betrayed your party or betrayed the cause. Hopefully, it'll change in the second term. - From Time magazine, Aug. 29, 2004 ___ ___ ___ Moving along, I should also mention the 2004 election of REVENGE and retaliation. The system made the Republicans became too *emboldened* in November and thus dropped the ball with Social Security and Terry Schiavo in the spring of 2005. Because of the clear-cut, up-or-down decision making nature, Social Security and Supreme Court justices were two things that the President DID have a fair amount of control over and responsibility for. (By the way, there's more about what politicians have "control over" later on.) What if Bush had just focused on the solvency of Social Security instead of going right ahead with the personal private accounts? But no, he couldn't have--he had to use up his post-victory political capital before the momentum would disappear. On the other hand, the Democrats became too ^revengeful^ and just let Bush sink in quicksand over gas prices in 2005 while not coming up with a gameplan of their own. Reagan stepping out of the spotlight unleashed the bickering of Robert Bork and Bush-Dukakis in 1988, and politics hasn't been the same since. You don't think capitalist society, i.e. the machine or the system is to blame? For every Obama that comes along, there will be another conservative blog to attack in him in revenge. That's what the capitalism through individualism creates. When will the cycle of partisanship end? The war in Iraq keeps rolling-- both Baathists and American soldiers are war-weary and tired. No decisive winner after 3.5 years. Iraq is of mathematics: the technology prowess of the Americans cancels out the cheating tactics of the insurgents, thus no fundamental, *decisive* gains have made by either side since the spring of 2003. Of course, Americans have no choice but to ~retaliate~ for 9/11, and the response for 5 years have enraged Arabs, seeking revenge in the Sunni Triangle, and making it harder for a MLK or Ganhdi liberal democrat to emerge to counter Egypt's Mubarak or Hamas's Haniya. Who's gets the most blame for this policy, the Dems or the GOP? Nobody--it's the system that causes this to happen. Before capitalism morphed into its post-industrial state in 1970s, Middle Eastern terrorism against the West was a faint cry in 1950s and 1960s. Dubai, Baghdad, and Riyadh were just shady backwaters in the 1940s before capitalism connected them and thus clashed with the centuries-old values of Islam._____________________________________________________ ______ Capitalism came a-knockin' to the Mid East with the craving for oil that came from the growth of the post-WW II economy, middle class, and suburbia in America. Before, the head of the snake of America's enemies were based in Berlin, Tokyo, or Moscow. Now since the 1970s, it's been so *hard* for a side in any post-industrial conflict to ACCEPT defeat!! Speaking of the 1970s, that time period can be thanked for introducing: --> The first silicon microprocessing chip [most important event --> the opening up of China [2nd most important] --> the rise of fundamentalist Iran /Sunni Islamism and hyper-nationalist Saddam to avenge the 67 defeat of nationalist Arabs to Israel --> the rise of evangelicals [Time mag went from “God is Dead“ in 67 to putting the evangelicals on the cover in 77] --> "Jaws" as the first blockbuster --> the Sagebrush Rebellion setting the stage for GOP conservatism, --> HBO and TBS as the first cable TV stations --> the settling down of rebellious young baby boomers --> the end of Black Panther separatism and the rise of the black middle class --> the migration to the Sun Belt --> the replacing of Europeans by Mexicans and Asians as the top source of immigrants to the U.S --> According to the World Economic Forum, 10 percent of the world's poor were African in 1970; by 2000, that figure had risen to 50 percent. At the very beginning of the 70s, many Americans had the same blue-collar factory job, same 3 channels on TV, same segregated schools that their children attended. Cultural balkanization would follow though. And the concept of a services-based "post-industrial" society emerged. The decade was the soap-box, experimental-transitional era that set up the peace and prosperity of the ensuing 1980s and 1990s after the turbulence of the 1960s. ___________________________________________________________ ____________ So the %point% of all that 70s talk is that no one person or party can do enough to change the world. For the world changes by itself. Not even President Bush can do too much--he can't reign in Foley, Abramoff, the lobbying culture (the GOP Congress leadership is supposed to do that) he can't control job numbers or the money supply (the Fed. Reserve chairman does that) nor can be authoritize the budget, as this is a duty of legislators. His critics speculate about gas prices "magically" going down to benefit the 2K6 election, but what could Bush do when the market price of capitalism kept them high back in 2005? And could the al-Qaeda fighters and terrorists in Ramadi care less who is the next Secretary of Defense, thousands of miles away in Arlington, VA? Bush did well in the first part of the war in '03 for it was fought on American's terms (with U.S. tanks and airplanes in a offensive-invasion mode against a poorly-equipped defender); Bush did bad ever since because the war is now fought on the insurgent's terms (with U.S. Humvees and patrols in a defensive mode against a sniping, sneak attack-style enemy). So the President of the United States is ever more a figurehead in a globalizing world, just look at Clinton getting high poll numbers simply because of him being a figurehead at the RIGHT time and the RIGHT place (the economy, et al). Basically, George W. Bush in a way serves the role of a celebrity, a larger-than-life figure average Americans in the post-industrial economy are intrigued about. It's similar to the tradition of Brad Pitt, 50 Cent, or Jennifer Aniston. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton too. Hey, I said before about the unique relationship between celebrities and average Americans in Section 2A! These people are just used for water cooler chatter, they give something bloggers like the DailyKos, Instapundit, or Gawker to rant about, or they help fill in the pockets of the Time Warner, NBC/Universal, News Corporation, or Premier Radio Networks/Clear Channel (Rush Limbaugh's boss). Capitalism just changes by itself, especially after the events of 1968. _____________________________________________________ ______ Today both Republicans and Democrats, Islamists and Arab democrats, the middle class and working poor, are just **cogs in the same machine**, and the machine has taken over the entire world by globalization. So why try any other system? I only know Identitarianism. But I'm just 22, so I must be lacking a number of things in my thinking. Now, the cycle of revenge and retaliation stays the same but one thing doesn't--technology. What will happen when the bureaucracy of campaign advisers, first described in Clinton's 1992 run "The War Room", create ever-more technologically sophisticated rapid response and attack ads in 2012 and 2016 and thus increase partisan resentment? When will Islamist ideologues be able to use technology to better communicate among sleeper cells, set off more advanced I.E.D.s and even break the codes of Russian and Pakistani security measures and acquire loose nukes? And how will today's problems be resolved? Look how long it took for the slavery issue to be taken care of? And when it *finally* did, look how much technology had progressed to give us the ~slaughter~ on both the Union and Confederate sides? All the American battle deaths combined of two storied centuries still falters to the body count from just those four years. Thanks to the railroad. For each culture clash, abortion and immigration, the winner is emboldened, and the loser gets more pent-up vengeance. So the TRUE winner is today; tomorrow will just inherit the excess of tensions + pay for the bill. And when will the war on terror come to an END? There's no wall to smash down in Cairo, no surrender ceremony awaiting in Riyadh . . . I didn't come up with this Brezhnev comparison in the past hour out of nowhere. I have had this thought since March 2006, I combined the Encarta biographies of the current American president and the former Soviet caretaker, and I was surprised at some similarities. My thinking is that Pres. Bush and General Secretary Brezhnev were not the most to blame-- they were just inherited the same system without change. If Sens. McCain, Clinton, or Obama succeed the Texan, they are bound to be compared the Soviet leader, too . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 5 - FORESIGHT AND HINDSIGHT Yet no one person, country, group or force can control the global economy. Even the might of the United States is dependent on the Chinese purchasing of treasury bonds to keep itself out of debt. True, no one country can shut its economy off from the world. But what about the domination of the English language and American popular culture spreading over the world? Does the cultural interconnectedness of globalization mean that every person out of 6.5 billion in the world is entitled to his or her *American dream*? Personally, I don't want Polish, the unsexy yet 1,000 year old language of my immigrant parents to capitulate to the spreading of English. I'm not good at memorizing, but I hope one the day the language will be fully preserved. And ask the people in Orania, South Africa if they feel the same way as I do. It would be nice if we had more Ben Bernakes around the world to help insulate and save us from the whims, the ups and downs of global capitalism! I'm only a 22-year old, I didn't come up with Neo-individualism to be a graduate school thesis. I created it because it's all about adapting to change. An adaptation to change not directed from Washington, London, Moscow (they were under the command of Marx), Fallujah or Beijing, but carried out on a voluntary, individual by individual basis. The Identitarian thinking is to be *more* ECONOMICALLY (by each worker's input of labor) involved in globalization but more, even to the point of secession, ^less^ CULTURALLY tied to the global economy. Now whatever happens to this system, I don't know. Whatever people think, that's their problem. I’ll just live my own life in the 2010s, thank you very much. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ O B J E C T I V E But for now, I just hope Identitarianism can cut me off somewhat from the interconnectedness of globalized capitalism and avoid the "domino effect of stress" and the "cycle of revenge and retaliation." But I still use the interconnectedness of capitalism as way to divide the world into two sides. That's an incentive for work will be explained later. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Just let Identitarianism be practiced the magic of supply and demand do its work. Now, I've said Identitarianism as being a form of individualism. And individualism is the building block of capitalism. Capitalism is the LAST frontier of humanity, and through globalization EVERY person on Earth will affected by it. Communism tried to reform the abuses of capitalism--like poverty, alienation, stress, overcrowding-- but it failed at a collective basis. How about trying it again on an *individual* way? = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = < < < II. t h e p a r t y > > > SECTION 6 - WHAT IS MEANT BY SELF-INTEREST? Let's start off with this. In studying capitalism one will learn about elementary concepts such as the competition of firms, private ownership of capital and the means of production. But what basically moves the system is that each person works and buys things for ^his own personal good^ -- and if you've at least taken ECO 101, then you know that's called "self-interest." THAT'S where communism, the only system created to cure all the ills of the Industrial Revolution, missed its mark. An in-depth profile on communism by Time magazine bluntly put it that Karl Marx erred when he took individualism, free enterprise, and private property as "root evils" in creating a system of egalitarianism. Each man was to surrender part of his identity for the good of the state-- do you like having the same toothpaste, health insurance, pension plan, and chicken soup as mine? Don't forget that when everyone gets a fixed amount, every person works to a fixed degree-- and those quotas brought stagnation and breadlines from Moscow to Havana. Now we know how *that* system ended. The Time magazine piece, written about a decade before its actual funeral, delivered the verdict for communism: "Quite simply, Marx misread human nature." Capitalism through globalization as we know it became "the end of history" for the 21st century-- or did it? If human nature was the reason of communism’s collapse, why not change human nature? - - - - M A I N P O I N T Each person’s life ^literally^  is Milosevic-ruled Kosovo (1987-1999). The things you LIKE, whether it be friends, music, foods, a house, etc are the Kosovar Serbs (each 10% of the population). EVERYTHING else is Kosovar Albanian—which means you give all the power, money, and attention to the 10% of your life and with your imagination, you discriminate, attack and deny power to the 90% of your life. (( Existence (i.e. things, people, thoughts, behavior) = Ethnic groups. )) You could well say that you hate EVERYTHING and EVERYONE.___________________________________________________ ______ By spending as little money as possible, you’re basically “boycotting everything”. And Identitaranism comes from spending money on things “integral” to your IDENTITY. Or this term could deal more specifically with the Latin word "idem", which the word "identity" is derived from. "Idem" meaning "the same", or what things constantly appear the same and DO NOT CHANGE in a person's life. Why did the Republicans win in 2004? Because they took positions on terrorism, Iraq and the economy that STAYED THE SAME. Look what could happen if people used an Identitarian self-interest. Some industries heavily dependent on consumer spending like retail, housing, tourism businesses could go BANKRUPT, and all their HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS of dollars in liquid assets could be eventually reinvested in areas that people NEED like health care and education. With all your unspent money, an income tax hike (+ a sales tax decrease) could be used to solve the budget deficit! Now this is all merely consumer behavior, so the "bankruptcy" scenario I described may be wishful thinking. And pretty amateurish. But an Identitarian self-interest is still basically intended to get as much money + capital + investment + jobs to flow towards the most *necessary* places possible. Make their stock prices go down. And so on. The ^least^ necessary get nada. Zilch. This whole subject is COMMON SENSE, everybody. Also, if the wants and desires of sexual intercourse were not integral to one’s identity, then he could have an arranged marriage and choose a mate specifically for intelligence or skill. Stupid people would be forced to marry and breed stupid children. Then you could have a race of intelligent-only people and the race of stupid people would DIE out! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 7 - REGARDING MY SELF-INTEREST (^CULTURE^ COMMENTARY) . . . And nobody "betrayed" the boy-band or rap-rock industry and sold it down the river in the 2000s. I think (in a very broad way--I'm don't want to stereotype or generalize every person) people were all overwhelmed by the new, globalizing trends of the trends that began in the late 1990s and came about QUICKLY (like the dotcom boom), destabilized society, and made people desperately looking for a cultural release. And it is a release that may look ridiculous 8 years later. But look at it from a different perspective. Over the course of human history, white people have stolen things from other people like gunpowder from the Chinese, algebra from the Arabs, the potato from Native Americans, and finally at the end of the 20th century, rap and R&B (think New Edition and Boyz II Men) music from black people . . . This whole culture of 1999, sports entertainment included, was so manufactured, so shiny, shallow and full of crass + it exemplified Greenspan's "irrational exuberance" description of late 1990s so much that it acts as free-market capitalism's cultural answer to the Socialist Realism of the USSR. The point of this section is to understand one's self-interest. Understanding the core of Neo-individualism. So playing Devil's Advocate helps doing that. Why do you like your boyfriend/girlfriend? Why is this your favorite food? Why did you choose this house to move into? What purpose do these things serve? And if wasn't boy bands at the time, the girls of Gen Y were made to watch "Titanic" 10 or 15 times!! And if wasn't the girls, then the guys wore all those "South Park" T-shirts in 1997-1998. Does "Borat" embodify the 2000s like Green Day's "American Idiot"?. And before My Chemical Romance and the crunk rap of the current decade, there were the antics of Blink-182 in 1999 and at the same time, the soulful, soothing deliveries of DMX. And why did all those guys stop dying their hair blond? Was it because Eminem started to "slow down" in 2002 after the sensationalism he unleashed with his two albums in 1999-2000? Those 2 LPs are not rap-metal, but they are worth a mention for this section. Maybe he slowed down *too much*-- from "I don't give a fuck/God sent me to piss the world off!" to a "Curtain Call" after only 6 years. Baby boomers still have the Rolling Stones to open their wallets to after 40 years; why won't Eminem be able to do the same when Generation Y, the Echo Boomers, Millennials, what ever the hell they're called goes into its golden years? ___________________________________________________ ______ The Dylan cliche of the boomers "the times' they are a-changin'", maybe they are now a-changin' *too much* with fickle consumer tastes and shifting identities. Plus people in the 2000s continue to be stuck in debt, marrying later than ever (from age 21 in the 70s to age 25 now), and taking longer to graduate college. Just one difference between teen pop in the late 1980s and the late 1990s-- there was no pervasive tabloid industry and uber-hip producers (think Pharell Williams of today) to help reinvent the fading careers of Debbie Gibson or Tiffany when Nirvana came crashing. Plus does anybody remember the ecstasy-fueled "rave" culture, ecstasy, and Prodigy's "Breath" + "Smack My Bitch Up" (still to this day, the video for that song is the most *controversial* ever to be played on MTV) and the Chemical Brothers coming out of nowhere to get mega popularity? That type of culture wouldn't have gone mainstream in the United States in 1995. One reason for the decline of the culture of 1999 was target audiencing. You have to be either syrupy and overtly sentimental or ballistic and hotheaded to reach an either male or female demographic. You basically become a cartoon or a caricature of one emotion of yourself-- when everybody has a multidimensional, diverse personality. The emergence of Napster in the late 90s to the iPod in 2001 is another story for the changes that were made. But I use the stresses, tones of voices from the rapcore (not Nu-metal, the genre played by KoRn and System of a Down when they both were in their prime) and PME songs along with the  wrestling promos for my dialect I speak with my sister whenever she's in town <<2010s information current events>> . . . I would actually prefer new people to do rap-rock and boy-band music in the future to "pass the torch." Yet for myself, when I was in elementary school in 1994 or 1995, as a beginning preteen, I could never imagine how life would be like a mere few years later. Oh well, the revolution has become the establishment. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 8 - INCENTIVE Okay, so a person hates everything and goes to live in a trailer or lives like a monk. If he has so few possessions to pay for, why work very hard? Answer: He needs a new incentive, besides the usual wage/salary. And the name of it is WORLD WAR V. What? Was I smoking something? No, well to start, WW 3 is the Cold War and WW 4 is the War on Terror (al-Qaeda will be defeated before me and my peers develop gray hair, I figure). Recall the interconnectedness of global capitalism I described through all of Section 2. No more wars with bullets and bombs. Every nation is going to be a DEMOCRACY sometime (I know Iraq is an exception, but think about world democracy by the year 2050 or 2075), and democracies don't fight each other. Even if democracies did want fight each other, a number of them each have nukes, which would deter a limited war. Yeah, I know North Korea and Iran but working class people will be fighting those conflicts if they occur, so what war can the middle class fight? So this conflict has no shots fired. It deals with the rising powers of today— China and India are working to the make the 21st Century the ASIAN CENTURY. But those countries earned their power peacefully, through the opening of markets and the embrace of global capitalism. For the first time since the Renaissance and Columbus, people in Asia and elsewhere are able to COMPETE on a equal basis with Europeans and Americans. Or since at least the Industrial Revolution. _____________________________________________________ ______ The West has been the dominant force for centuries, but through capitalism, Japanese (East Asian Tigers), Brazilians, Russians, South Africans (BRIC) have cut into the lead the U.S. has. And this lead will get smaller and *smaller*. Only MILLIONS of people working together in the West can make it a better civilization compared to rest of world. Similar to it is said about Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace" that history is made not by figures like Napoleon but by the actions of extremely large numbers of ordinary people living their daily lives. No politician can control the global economy (Did Clinton deserve credit for 1999 stock market boom?). And don’t worry about the IMF, World Bank, WTO or G8: this war is about SOCIETIES not STATES or governments. = = = = = = = M A I N P O I N T It's not just competition over sci. and tech. but competition to see who has the better culture, medicine, philosophy, education, law, banking etc. Who has a better civilization? Globalization makes every person in the world compete in the same arena of capitalism--- it's like the Olympics! World War 5 is between the BLUE TEAM (570 million Westerners) and the RED TEAM (everybody else in the world). = = = = = = It is like a *mash-up* of “The World Is Flat” and “Clash of Civilizations.” You are probably on the Blue Team + your labor makes them stronger. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 9 - CRITICISM OF WORLD WAR V Critics say this "war" won't have a *single* chance of changing the world, but it’s something to help you keep your eye on the ball at work. Like if I’m at home off task and goofing off, then the Blue Team concept makes me practice writing more. Maybe I'll be motivated to read Scientific American or study metaphysics. If you SLACK OFF, the Chinese and Indians will keep building more skyscrapers, opening more Starbucks, graduating more engineering students, and gain more power. And they will attract more foreign investment and intellectual influence. 100 years ago, in 1906, Britain was the No.1 power in the world. By 1956, that country suffered two brutal world wars and the surrender of its once-proud colonies. How will it be like to be an American in 2056? How about your children and grandchildren? Will the Blue Team-exclusive problems of Social Security, Medicare, gas prices, immigration, get worse? Is political polarization ever going to go away? Especially for times when leadership and unity is crucial? The U.S.'s rivals are playing the SAME non-violent game (which was before WW 1 and WW 2) as we are playing. Going back to the self-interest model, Serbs valued the Kosovo province b/c Kosovo was at the center of the Serbian empire in the 14th century. After the 1389 Battle of Kosovo, the Serbs would become colonized and never reach that same amount of power again. Now you could say to someone in 1966 about how best times to an American were in the 1950s--kinda of like how "American Grafitti" was intended for its audience in 1973. So we'll see how future decades end up. But is 1999 (i.e. low unemployment, low inflation, high stock market, wages highest in 25 yrs, no foreign crises/terrorism, less partisanship, low gas prices, excitement over the dot.com boom + new millennium [And oh, I even forgot the budget surplus, social trends like low crime rates and teen pregnancy occurrences were at new lows compared to the 1970s and 80s} the high point of the American empire that will be never reached again? . . . ___ Did anyone expect peer review and academic debate for writing on this topic? And because I never could get a lot from years of cramming through high school or college, I sought after philosophy topics from Buddhism and Plato to Nietzsche and Sartre on my own. With existentialism. My sister went to Georgetown, so I guess I'm the black sheep of the family. Identitarianism is a Molotov cocktail of Confucianism, peoples! . . . . . Identitarianism is also known as Neo-individualism. See this page's blog, photo (that part is *very* informative), and video section for more details. Also recall a small series of MTV commercials stating "RIP Bling-bling 1997-2004". If you're not going to listen to me, then how will the "bling-bling" era be put to an end? When is your Nirvana going to come and kill off all these trends of the hair-metal world we live in? - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - @ # @ When one world ends something else begins i d e n t i t a r i a n i s m . c o m but without a scream just a whisper i d e n t i t a r i a n . c o m because we just start it over again ... Who I'd like to meet:
Who I'd like to meet: Someone I can lecture to, annoy and waste their time % misanthropy consumption monasticism materialism nihilism %_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 10 – Ask Wirespeak for more!  Only losers get to deserve the worst end!

______________________________________________________________ ______ SECTION 11 - POLITICAL VIOLENCE Now, just how did I end up with this concept? . . . It was a process 8 years in the making. If I came up with the term "Popular Music Entertainment" to describe the music played by 2ge+her and Mandy Moore, then what I did with all these 20th and 21st century (the Industrial Revolution) rogue states, terrorists, and dictatorships was study the term I know of (for the Post-Industrial Revolution) as "political violence." From one being shot at in Dallas to a million shot at in Siberia. From the CIA's anti-Sandinista campaign to Laurent Kabila in DR Congo to British crushing of the Malaysian insurgency. Identity of a nation state = identity of an individual . . . Do not focus on the victims of each rogue state I looked over. The point is hate—- it just shifted from place to place since my adolescence began 9 years ago. / / / Now some Americans are infatuated w/ serial killers like Charles Manson or Jeffery Dahmler. Admit it, I once was too. It's all outsourcing, I swear--other people are committing violence so we don't have to! Where does charisma and rebelliousness flow from? Being nice to people? Well, if not spree murderers, then at least gangsters like Al Capone, the mob, the Hell's Angels, or the bloods and crips. And certainly movies like Scarface or Natural Born Killers inspire many. You can basically thank film for blessing the holy union of American entertainment and violence that was Warren Beatty's shoot-em-up "Bonnie and Clyde" in 1967. Plus Halo and similar video games. What will the PlayStation 3 serve up for the next round of violence and culture? We could go on and on and on with this topic. I finally switched my reading habits from all those dictatorships to social sciences and current events . . .  _____________________________________________________________ ______ SECTION 12 - IDENTITARIANISM AND THE WORLD If you know wrestling, what would have happened to the WWF and WCW if they never used ECW as a ~template~? I think it's useful for individuals, to have rogue states as a template. Find any philosopher that describes man as flawed and imperfect. You'll have a field day. Homo sapiens could sure use some help. That way we make sure our money goes in the right places and the economy gets stronger. What, you thought after the Berlin Wall fell that us people in democracies are picture-perfect and authoritarianism should be buried in its grave forever? We should use a template to prepare for the challenges of the 21st century. Like Iraq, life is too prosperous with iPod-like technology and the suburbs and no one wants to enlist or get drafted. 2,700 deaths in Iraq is too high for this generation but in the 1940s, when individualism was weaker and people were poorer, 2,700 deaths were typical for ONE MONTH. Even the baby boomers put up with MUCH higher casualties in Vietnam than in the War on Terror. I don't think this society can win unless we do something with reforming the American dream and individualism. And how about the increasing prosperity in the form of "democratization of consumer goods" that were once for the elite now made for the commoner. Remember how many people owned cell phones 10 yrs ago? Or think about JetBlue, Godiva chocolates, and BMW convertibles that sell for $25,000. Could this trend of "power to the people" make a bird flu outbreak, instability of Roe v. Wade being overturned, or an attack on the NYC subway even *more* painful? I'm aware of the current MySpace-held concerts for the victims of the Darfur tragedy. Very commendable. It's such a pity that 3,000 deaths in a developed, first-world country like ours is a horrible, unthinkable nightmare but 3,000 dead in the middle of Africa is routine business for the people there. Remember 9/11, but genocide elsewhere is just page A10 filler in the New York Times. If it could only be like how Marilyn Manson described in his Rolling Stone essay on Columbine: "Isn't killing just killing, regardless if it's in Vietnam or Jonesboro, Arkansas?" But not all violence is suffered equally. The proletariat has to shut up when he’s suffering-- since I'm a member of the bourgeois, I can at least TiVo all the pain-free moments. THAT'S *the problem of prosperity*. Another example, one not about terrorism that hits closer to home? Does a certain, widely known study by Harvard professor Robert Putnam ring a bell? . . . ____________________________________________________________ ____ Every person is a sinner. Bush and bin Laden are sinners. There is a devil in every person, hence Marilyn Manson (****** the rock band is the other amplifier to help Serbian dominance in Kosovo  ******) having the last name of a serial killer. Manson stating this naming was “based on Nietzsche's ‘will for power,’ the idea of Satan and God being two words like Marilyn and Manson, describing sides of your personality.” As for me being God, I’ll just say that I’ve incorporated ideas on morality from the Islamist Sayyid Qutb as well as the atheist Mr. Manson (who also goes by a name of Brian Warner). And the Southern Baptists growing up in North Carolina plus monastic Buddhism more recently. So I don’t hesitate to borrow ideas from people for human life and Identitarianism, but when regarding the final judgment over who is right on religion, I’ll just look to Benedictus PP. XVI. >> << Remember man's inherent tendency to do evil in Section 2. Manson, another product from the late 1990s. And as for the victims in Yugoslavia, , well they sacrificed themselves --- without their suffering and pain, there would be no Identitarianism!! THEY DIED SO THAT CAPITALISM COULD BE BETTER OFF!! The victims are just actors in a movie, it's just the bad guys got the lead role.Hitler mainly hated the Jews only . . . And I'm boycotting as many things as possible!! Like going on hunger strikes in order to deny money to the grocery store. Now I know the term "practice what you preach" is everything to the world for my critics, but I've had some experience with this plan since February. Since February, I always seem to have a steady supply of Nature's Own Wheat Bread. Since June or July, I've stopped buying peanut butter and jelly. And you can figure out the little improvement in taste that come when spreading butter (which is more appropriate for baguettes) on a slice of the wheat loaf I keep buying. Hmmmm. NO, I'm not going to be the next Bobby Sands, I can relapse like anybody, but this plan *will* be conducted in the future at certain dates and times. _____________________________________________________ ______ Hating food is an effective way to combat obesity, a notorious and widespread trend of post-industrial capitalism. And Identitarianism restricts human consumption, sprawl, and the sucking up of energy which in turn is good for E-n-v-i-o-r-m-e-n-t-a-l-i-s-m . . . boycotting non-wrestling TV in order to drive down all their ^ratings^. Here's away to approach red state/blue state partisanship: to all the anti-Bush people, anti-Hillary Clinton people, anti-Fox News people, anti-NPR people, anti-Michael Moore people, anti-Rush Limbaugh people, well anti-people now you've gone too far here's your ANTICHRIST SUPERSTAR!!! When you think this way, you make it that ideology isn't very important in your life. I know sometimes you have to take sides in politics. But as Manson said in New York (go watch the video!) that "we shall no longer be oppressed by the fascism of Christianity and beauty", I think we should no longer be oppressed by the fascism of ideology. Plus no more oppression by the fascism of suburbia (wanting to have a McMansion + 2 car garage). And the fascism of sex (the desire to get laid). More can be added . . . Oh, here's one more fascism. I’ll just put this way. From that 2000 smash hit, the one that used to terrify me in 2000 while hearing it played from the cars in the junior parking lot (Dr. Dre w/Eminem’s "Forgot About Dre", that bassline I can still recall by heart). That was then, this is now. Today, here’s my response to the fascism of celebrity, as detailed in the “The Way I Am” by Mr. Mathers: "But at least have the decency in you / To leave me alone, when you freaks see me out / In the streets when I'm eatin or feedin my daughter!" + + + _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 13 - SELF-INTEREST AND INCENTIVE SUMMED UP – Dictatorships are obviously horrible for society, but they are right and justified for the individual. You can't just say "hate everything" or save money and "be frugal". You need a model for anti-consumerism, which is Kosovo and Marilyn Manson amplify the hate. Like for me, a house is Kosovar Albanian, so it's good to buy a trailer + deny as much money to the housing industry as possible. Now I myself know a thing or two about small homes. Suburbia was my first main conflict, and I well remember and hold dear the escape I had from August 1999 to March 2001, living in a $600 a month apartment right on a bustling city street. My parents couldn't wait to move back into a cul-de-sac, but I was a truly ecstatic 14-year old to be able to secede myself from 2,000 square foot homes, having too many bathrooms, excessive and unused yard spaces, and car-friendly sprawling strip malls. Plus the people that lived in suburbia ... well, I counted on poorer people to be friendly than the popular people, preps or jocks, or whoever. That was really, big teen angst. But I learned as an adult that people, whether they be white or blue collar, are still the same in Identitarian thinking. >><< And the war-- just intend your work and studying for the good of Western civilization! ((Or to answer the critics, it can be called Blue Team vs Red Team, the Red-Blue Olympics; see the blog for more)) Because the West is not as dominant as it used to be (going back to the year 1500) and it needs help! Life would be better off in the U.S. in the 1920s, 1950s, or 1990s. Now the cool place to be in the 21st century is in Shanghai or Bangalore. The real enemies of the United States, to its supremacy, will *ultimately* be not militants in Ramadi, Waziristan, or Esfahan, but office workers in Jakarta, Tokyo, Johannesburg and Rio de Janerio. China was the world's powerful country 600 yrs ago, they felt held back + now it's their time "to take what's mine." So prevent an Asian century! = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = < < < III. t h e a f t e r - a f t e r p a r t y > > > SECTION 14 - WHAT THE KOSOVO MODEL *ACTUALLY* CAME FROM - . . . To tell you the truth, the secret of my "self-interest" is Asberger's Syndrome. Having fixed, intense interests, and keeping to one’s self. Which I have. For the topic of self-interest, I don’t know about other people having so-called fixed, intense interests. Or whatever things they like. That’s their problem. But actually, I really believe one doesn’t have to be anti-social with Neo-individualism . .  So it’s all about valuing people. For me, talking is a great feeling. What’s the point of reading facts and information? So they can be used in talking with people. I wrote 14,456 words here (you can dismiss my discourse as one full of trivial Forest Gump-style ramblings, but I beat Marx's manifesto in wordcount!!), but I always put my thoughts into conservation or debate with my sister + her friends. I never used writing. I used talking; yet with the number of MySpace friends I have, you can tell I don’t get to do a lot of that. _____________________________________________________ ______ When you’re with humanity you can interact with it, but at the end of the day, I just don’t have value in people. I love talking, but I could go forever without a conversation. That’s how it’s been for a decade and I guess it’ll keep being that way. () “The idea of Antichrist to me is an element that is in everyone's personality. It's the part of you that no longer has hope in mankind.” – Marilyn Manson () . . . I don't really want friends in the purest, most traditional sense, like people have a spouse and a circle of friends. I'd prefer to work hard all day, and come home and be completely alone. I want CROWD REACTION, attention, a pop. How about applying this motivator to the problem described in Section 3? It’s a concept from professional wrestling; the purpose for a face wrestler is to get the biggest cheers or for a heel is to get to draw the most boos. Winning or losing a match isn’t that relevant. I'll say things to get attention like PT Barnum, bad business is better than no business at all. One day in my forth year of high school, at Model UN (2002-2003 was the only year I joined a club I joined in 5 years at HS), the leader of the group talked about going to a brothel for a field trip. I raised my hand and asked, "What's a brothel?" Laughter and laughter. I remember that one moment pretty well. But I don't care if I'm *hated* or *loved*, just reaction, the adrenaline rush I get...it's better than sex. Yes, they are important, but I don't get my most GENUINE amount of satisfaction from getting a grade, A or D, or getting a paycheck . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 15 - DEFENDING THE MAR1LYN MAN5ON TRILOGY . . . If you don't like Manson's music of the post-industrial age, then go spend hours reading through all those old Nietzsche texts. You can call it "teenage angst" music all you want, that's not what I think at all. And by the way, after sooooo many bands listened to and sooooo much time spent on music, I believe this. Manson’s partner Nine Inch Nails, or any other musicians like old school Metallica, Tool, Rancid, and other thrash, punk, underground, etc bands do not contribute to Identitarianism. Only Manson does. But for a brief channel surfing time in Sept. 1998, I saw him performing at the MTV VMAs. What did I do, sitting on my bed in my room, in the 8th grade? I threw pencils at the TV screen. I'm not making this up, that's how my memory works. So, the things I like are old, but my attitudes have ^changed^. Don't worry about religion-- the music is a just a piece of CD plastic/something on a music player. That's all. No religious talk here when I'm conducting a critique of capitalism. The music should be appropriate, though. To me, Manson's music is not really about *religion* + spirituality + the heavens but more about life on PLANET EARTH. He was asked about devil-worshipping in a 1996 interview (at the release of best selling-ever record) with CNN, and *this* was his reply: "the church of Satan is a lot like a modern version of a philosopher like Nietzsche. A lot of people confuse it with devil worship. But as the Beatles were bigger than Jesus, Marilyn Manson is bigger than Satan …”_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _SECTION 16 - THE FASCISM OF SEXUALITY (Be patient, this is not purely me delving into my private life) . . . Yes, woman are attractive . . . For the record, I am capable of bisexuality . . . I can't rule out falling in love in the future + I know I used to get excited when a girl would just talk and look at me in past years. I can still have those feelings. But I'm not intending to pursue a relationship . . . Relationships aren't for everybody. That "arranged marriage" remark I made in Section 3 may be my most *outrageous* comment, but you should recall that marriages before the Industrial Revolution were not based on ^pleasure^ very much like they were they were today. How were the divorce rates before the 19th century in the West and the rest of the world? You don’t even have to go pre-Industrial to see how much the fascism of sexuality has changed. What ever happened to pre-World War II parental guided COURTSHIP instead of today’s concept of hooking-up dating? And if you're screaming and fissing about SOURCES, well, they're scattered across too many Microsoft Word documents to count. I picked up the arranged marriage comment off a non-newspaper article from a Yahoo search. The article was copy-and-pasted onto one document located on a external drive next to my father's computer . . . So for now, sexuality is not integral to my identity. Only unity can save the Serbs. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 17 – THE FASCISM OF IDEOLOGY . . . As a Time magazine subscriber, I had the benefit recently to dig into the online archives of Time to study how the South Carolina primary in 2000 between McCain and Bush led to the rise in conservatism to the mid-2000s. But one thing, at time of the January 2000 primary as a 15-year old, I didn't give a *pindrop* about the event. To me, well you may think differently, but I don't really think anyone is BORN liberal or conservative. Once again, it is true that people have to take positions, that indecisiveness in politics can be bad--- Rove took the initiative in putting gay marriage on the ballots in several states in 2000 while Cahill (I had a hard time recalling that name) or whoever was running the campaign kept Kerry in a revolving door of hunting outfits and campaign slogan changes. Sometimes you have to take sides. I said that already. But today, as an American citizen, on choices like Iraq, gas prices, etc, I think it's best just to DEFER my opinions to people who are more impassioned, enthusiastic, and above all most knowledgeable about those positions. I had a plan, it was in the spring/summerish of 2K6 to make the U.S. government and all governments around the world to be run by a clique (like in MS/HS) of "popular people and technocrats" and thus dissolve all ideologies and political parties. Why cliques? _____________________________________________________ ______ Because ideology doesn't really *exist* in middle school or high school. And political parties didn't really function before Industrial Revolution (the GOP: formed in the 1850s, the Dems: I know Jefferson was before industrialization but Andrew Jackson helped make the party what it is today in the 1830s). Before the lobby-ridden, billion-dollar fundraising machines involved with the left and the right, there was just merely "faction" in politics, as critically put by none other than the framers of the U.S. Constitution and the anti-party George Washington. This idea would maybe have like a Politburo in D.C., but the politicians would of course be still democratically elected. But if this can't happen immediately, then here's the more gradual procedure. As described earlier, individuals would defer political decisions to the technocrats who know more. Why, these people could be like modern day philosopher-kings of Plato's Republic. Ideological distinctions could diminish and fade away. Instead of being full-blown partisans on political affairs, engineers would stick to engineering, doctors to medicine, teachers to teaching. And so on. Everyone from the lobbyist to the shoe-shine boy has a role in a Blue Team civilization. Again, the "quick way" with political parties. I was going rinse, lather, and repeat with the dissolving the ideology of al-Qaeda in the Middle East. Or just plain tell the 1 billion Muslims in the world to do things the *Identitarian* way: you hate everything and ideology is NOT going to be integral to your identity. I can elaborate, I think we'll end up with a traditional "spreading democracy in the Middle East debate" but I'll stop here. And okay, that idea sounds like a stupid joke like Geraldo looking inside Al Capone's crypt. _____________________________________________________ ______ Anyway, the Arab World is TOO complicated (Islam has a long and interesting history of 1,000+ years) to just dissolve ideology there and make everybody happy. So you didn't get to really hear much of that in this publication. . . . But realistically, what politics affects me in the suburbs? Maybe during the New Deal, legislation and policy had an impact on me a lot, but it's the 21st century now. What SPECIFIC legislation, FEDERAL or STATE, has had a DIRECT impact on me in 10 years? The "No Child Left Behind Act"? The 2001 tax rebate so you could buy more things from Home Depot? I think the red state/blue state thing is done to make Americans feel better. To some extent. So at least one purpose of watching either FOX or CNN, of supporting the Dems or the GOP. I have a comparison for that-- *finally* I get to throw in a quote from that pro-Identitarian film, "American Beauty": Angela Hayes is told this about her relationship with Jane Burnham "She's not your friend. She's someone you use to feel better about yourself." = = = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ SECTION 18 - JUST THIS (DEFINING FOREIGN POLICY) OK. Have to get technical. Take a pillow, this may put people to sleep. I said about “Existence” is Section 6. So apparently,  Kosovo is domestic policy. But what happens outside of these countries? What are their foreign affairs?To begin, I want to say that knowing things like political, diplomatic, or economic matters are ^totally^ irrelevant for one’s imagination. Just the violence in those places . . . The KLA and NATO, though, weren't exactly two peas in a pod. Going back to that province, Serb police and paramilitaries plus the Yugoslav Army were targeted by NATO bombing in the spring of 1999. As for the rest of country, the U.S.-led alliance focused on destroying infrastructure such as bridges and power plants that hampered communications and the flow of supplies to the embattled and technologically overwhelmed Kosovar Serb forces. _____________________________________________________ ______ Don't forget the occasional “shock and awe” attacks on downtown Belgrade. All in all, the United States intended to break the will of the Serbian government and get them to withdraw its killing machine from Kosovo + make that place run by international peacekeepers. So the successor to the Section 3 equation starts with this: fate – A force assumed to cause events that cannot be foreseen or controlled; luck ~~~~~~~~~~~ And my own statement, which of course varies in degree, it's in the eye of the beholder --> Luck, fate, destiny, karma, act of God, chance, inevitable, fortune = NATO target hit (bad luck) OR NATO target missed/plane shot down (good luck). () () () () What it is: NATO (cruise missiles, fighter jets, stealth bombers, et al.) AGAINST the Serb air defenses (SAM launchers, using decoys + fake tanks and bridges, and above all, hiding and being concealed from U.S. pilots). Both are operating invisibly and undetected. They can’t be seen, felt, heard, smelled, tasted, or thought in present tense. In sum, there is good fate in Yugoslavia, bad fate in Yugoslavia. % % % This allllll exists somehow, someway. In the secular and the sacred. Called whatever people want it to be. Albert Einstein himself had an idea for it: "Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for insects as well as for the stars. Human beings, vegetables or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper." ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ______ * SUMMARY: What IDENTITARIANISM is all about . . . ___________ ________________________________________________________ ___________ TAKE the RED PILL --> WHEN YOU THINK of ^the THINGS YOU LIKE and BUY^, IMAGINE that the WORLD is MILOSEVIC-ruled KOSOVO ((before Iraq, do you remember the NATO bombing from spring 1999?)) . . . and YOUR LIKES and CONSUMER GOODS are the SERBS ((who are 10% of the region + are swamped by the Albanians, who make up 90% of Kosovo)) . . . LIKE a THIRD PERSON SHOOTER VIDEO GAME --in your HEAD--, the SERBIAN SECURITY FORCES ASSAULT the MAJORITY ALBANIANS ((who represent the ~rest~ of consumerism, the world, your thoughts, behavior, and basically your whole blue pill existence)) . . . FIGHT the KLA TERRORISTS, SHELL your STRESS!  . . . PLUS MASH-UP the MAR1LYN MAN5ON TRILOGY with the 5.5 FILMS of 1999! _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ QUESTION: SO if YOU HAVE so FEW THINGS to PAY FOR, then WHY WORK VERY HARD? _________________________________________________________ ____ ANSWER: WHEN YOU THINK of ~WORK and EDUCATION~, THINK of YOUR LABOR CONTRIBUTING to WORLD WAR V ((the societies of the U.S. + rest of Western Civ. [Blue] VS China + India + Brazil + Russia, and the rest of planet Earth [Red])) . . . this WW V INCENTIVE, it's like CONFUCIANISM or the PROTESTANT WORK ETHIC . . . CUTTING into the WEST's LEAD --> BLUE vs RED is to see which CIVILIZATION is *BETTER*, through POLITICAL, ECONOMICAL, MILITARY, CULTURAL, etc indicators. . . NOW, if the 1ST RED PILL PART is about the "SELF" + ONE'S MIND then the INCENTIVE DEALS with "OTHERS" and BEHAVIOR in the OUTSIDE WORLD . . . that "CROWD REACTION" PURPOSE DESCRIBED in SECTION 14 is USEFUL, so with the BLUE CIRCLE BRING OUT the BEAUTY in OTHERS-- look closer. ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ _____ E V E R Y T H I N G I S N O T H I N G All in the publication. . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ () red state-blue state partisanship () the rise of China and India () suburbia () consumerism () sexuality () education () obesity () the environment * human nature in general!!. . . All in the name of violence _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ^ Plus something called "the domino effect of stress." ^ And what is the "cycle of revenge and retaliation?" + = + Spark Notes isn’t enough. Only 14,455 words can take you. Where no user-generated site has gone before! () idEnt () N O T H I N G I S E V E R Y T H I N G ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ __ !!! Copyright 2008 by Chris K. Anyone can use any -content- of the Identitarian Publication for other Internet sites, and for public + private areas. BUT anyone who does that and claims ^the creator of such -content- is someone other than me, Wirespeak^ is liable to copyright infringement. Thank you, and God bless America. !!! ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ _____ Questions? Comments? Send Chris a message. () Not the biggest friends space / comments-wall in the world, but . . .